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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 22, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00344
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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.' ",,<; .;".."'1'"f .)T- i m :S* 4"*. r :/Inter ia of the state ofFlorida Transpiring About:Ton r Blankets and comforts at an unusually Mlle as They Come ud Go .
........; Y < .t-'it; "',o> ..': .'h,.,,::_ -:'- : low price $&50 all wool blankets silk .
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a, j. { '-" i"" "' :1DMt'. "ia .. Relating That WhIch Helps To line I comforts at a special price of$t.l9,
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;f;>!:<_? plt'ldtdti' ; Pies: FrPans;;GudWsi .It; IBbackieford, 'all of the others concurring Gardners red handsome a big lot designs of them this colors white or ispositively Photo and Postcard Albums,Gardner's. .. '

fi J gi1woriYmen'e .clothing .and ,.nsunely, Associate. Justices W. Special prices on'Jno. B. Stetson hatsat'K1ine'L' worth $2.50 ,at a special garment priceof Boys' and youths' suits at greatly reduced
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"j4.; AJ' era jt BtilNtl'ot:;.Orlando,was iD town die- Mrs. Whiting, of Melbourne, paid thecounty Ready made tow sheets and. pillow cases at Miss Annie Jones is at borne from Stetson !
,.t'i ..\.bi'; tt of the' kw' # qnalifled, and Chief Justice F Taylor seat a visit Wednesday afternoon. an unusually price.Ladies'readymade :
':";f wt ., made to spend the holidays.Dr. .
<;_.... = '';1 a -' "K. ;.:C .;; --.- -- night gowns .
Y:7 .. 'b4pubiia iehoo t cloeea'.today.for the ezeosed "becacee. local-'. Interests i. involv-. Typewriter for sale cheap. First class up of an excellent quality of cambric Houghton is expecting Mrs. Hough 4 ,

V neck, worth $1.50 Monday only, '
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_ ; ?--'i.eh-!'" ..,.. 111"i sxUng..'a up, ,., inMonresidents. Chang. of,Schedule STAR office. 88 cents. afternoon. 'I

'b.Ji;; .'da-1U.!. "' ;''' .)"1- A change of schedule in the F. E. C. The new pump house ia being builton Infanw long coats, made of fine qual ,Mr. D. S. Hatchmson,,of Yardville,N. -
q' ,It : ail the: of the main line of the railroad just ity of Bedford cord, trimmed with two.
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IiI.al&at. place today,' southbound rows of lace and ribbon and lined with who is spending! the winter at Shiloh, Iwas
,;:- t Y iiitt4 ot'Ci y".Point-and Sharpesfcm trains now arrive at Titnsville at f2:48 p. north of the water tank* 'I mercerised sateen worth $3.50. special in town last Saturday.Be -:!

,. ? been In Itosvf1.this week doing.. m. and 10:36"p. m. Northbound trainsarrive Capt C. F. Fischer resumed the carrying -: $1.79. sure to call at the Novelty Store :;
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: e: tohilq botidiJ., ilioppii... ><,, at lt1'L m. and 2:08 m. The of the mails to Artesia Tuesday for White table damask, every thread linen and see the Christmas 51
.,$:w--"'(' : p. 64 inches wide, worth 75 cents a yardat goods, Books
): t; #. ':,"' !JWIi saeGaeta. "' .Gudaer's. train on the Sanford branch leaves 7:00 the first time since hIS recent severe i ill a special price of 49 cents Pictures, Games. Dolls and Toys of all

:r't 'XrL'8-Q;tSp&rtIDlD and .baby, .of a. m. and arrives at 1:50 p. m. Two White mercerized table damask 74 inches kinds. c-

< .t? No; ardred:the.fiMof ,the week on a additional trains each way between ness.apt.. H. B. Shaw, of Ormond,baa been special wide price, worth of 79 cents.$t 25 per yard, at a Miss Ethel Wilson arrived home from

,-t : 1t z t#; dilNtmothe, Mae.: Kate Myers, Jacksonville and Miami will be put in ordained in the ministry and has accepted All linen dinner napkins, worth $2.00 Tallahassee last Saturday. Her parents _
< :i1.f.t; 'f,,,.;.. -..,. price are as yet undecided as to whether she -
./f' :4lD: dlilb&er.rried at the home ofiMf Ormond. i Ladies' mercerized underskirts with will return to the Florida
h ,. raffles and in black College for
accordion pleated
'f. t.': ; ;od ?t1q *1**", Monday-a HIM Annie P 4diaon. to Be. Harried Mr. Jos. Mendel, of LaGrange, one of only, the material in this skirt could Women, in the Capital city, or not. '

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'jf: _tron ly Pi'io4.ol.: Mother,and baby are Tituaville, daughter of Capt. and Mrs. R. very ill this week, but was better at. the special price of $1.29. Writing Table, Sideboard, Gardotr' .

__ ,, '' .4olng" Cd nicely. -.,-i'l', "a'i p.,Paddiaon t of Point Caewell,';N..a, will last reports. who We need will good make shoes.a special Ladies'sale for low all shoes those Col..C. P. Horton of Bourne Mass,,

'\;,'w' :!' /There. -'., will'be grand. bail.in the Titoate be married on Wednesday ned, Dec. Cap and Saucers,Shaving Mugs,Gardner's worth $2 aDd'-$2.50, made of the beat arrived Sunday afternoon to spend the '

_ >.:;\,, ',.. .QppntHootia'next' .Monday, Christ 27tb, to Mr.' Joel Cook Pretlow. Mr, and Mr. C. H. Racey, of Jensen, arrived in quality vici kid,excellent styles for$1.59. balance of the season at the Canaveralclub -
We have olladles'
Mrs. G. M, Bobbins expect to leave the about 100 pairs oxfords
(1. tnasnightwhichpromisesto. be a moat coming town Wednesday to spend a few days at and high'shoes which we will sell at house. He is generally one of the
first of the week be present
% r\, '(.jabIe''tffs.Lr ititaaY.ill orchestra. ,will to at this place and bunting with his friend less than it costs to manufacture them. drat of the club members to arrive and ,
_furnish#the.moaic: the marriage ceremony Mi t; Robbins being Dr E. E. Rollins. Ladies' tan oxfords made in blucher about the last to leave.
the sister of the bride. Miss l4ddi.on'e style, the well known Krippendorf&Ditt-
'f; ,I ,Cad ,"lf+4TSilvttwritc, ; many friendson Indian river send congratulations Messrs. F. N. Hitchcock & Co. are in- man brand, worth every bit of$3.00 at The auxiliary yacht Unadilla,of New

f SU__UESS ...: Novelties' Gardner's. I 'I in advance. stalling the new Bridgeport motor this $2.29.Ladies'. York, arrived here Tuesday her way
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-ttoo paiveislty'at DeLand offers week in E. B. Wager's catboat. The rig patent leather blucher oxfords; to Lake Worth with Capt..Fen and wife
,' : ..: shoo Coming will be with for the latest style $3.50 is the regular price of of Sheepshead Bay board also
dispensed present. on Capt.
:' !free tuition,.'fjre ; room .feD'- and_a di,.- this shoe, our special price $2.49.

ib'. count on the regular rite of boatel to sll14w The Sun Brothers' New Railroad Shows, Mr. J. T. Knox has been placed in Ladies' white linen oxfords, with large Piereon master. The yacht is a cabin
wide silk laces usual launch 41 feet with 16 h. motor.
Florida school teachers in the spring term Trained Animal Exposition, are comingand charge of the Southern Express' office at eyelets clearance $1.75., price $2.50 p.

r : -'16 get'them ready for the county exam- with them the grandest array of talent this place to relieve Mr. Howard, who Monday's Our ladies' kid gloves, have no superiorand The steamer St. Lucie, which formerly
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'. i< inations.Mr.. ever seen or brought together. Aside has been granted a vacation on accountof no equal. We have 'them in black, plied the waters Indian river, arrivedat

'- .-and 'Mrs' W., M. Brown arrived from the educating and entertainment illness. tan, white and gray all sizes. This glovewe Miami last week and daring the first

I New"York last and carnival and valuable positively guarantee, Monday's special of this week carried Mr. Flagler and a
Jlome from Saturday grand menagerie, Germantown Shetland Floss, Gardner'sThe $1.19.
f 11;. Brown -to Miami Sunday night. the of the party of the F. E. C. officials on a tour of
;i.e went aggregation presents cream launch Columbia Capt. Weller Also we have another lot in black and
-.j:1 f :It is given bat that be expects to move acrobats, tumblers, aerial artists and educated and party of three or four friends, is here tan only, worth $1.25 for 98 cents. inspection of the Key West extension..

. : his family to Miami about the first of the horses. Lack of'space prevents an from and will houseboat to Splendid sale of magnificent dress Mr. E. W. Eastman and wife, from War-
tow
a Daytona a goods, $1.25 for $1.75 quality
yard
R per ren, N. H., were the arrivals in
month. extended
Doming! account of the sterling attractions among
\; (, :\ Daytona that Mr. Rowe bought from of broadcloth 54 inches wide in all the
W'? t'- Mr.,L. 0,. Branning and wife left Sunday to be seen only with the Sun Broth- Capt. Nelson here. new fall shades also in black, this gradeof town last Friday and they expect to
.! V i.-J *., ers' New Railroad Shows, but among goods is seldom offered at this prior. spend about four months here Mr. Eastman
; \ :. Palm. Beach. Mr. Phil Wright them may be mentioned the marvelousHill Mrs. Deianer and her little grandsons Imported Sicilians In all fall weightsand having accepted & position under
't'': of "f; will hesitation,ageotfor the F. E. C. at Frank and Fred arrived highly lustrous finish, made in Great
DeCourcey,
: six in number the leaders Mr. Bast at the Indian River hotel as
f this place ,,his\winter, ,and Mr. W. T.k1 Family, Britain, in all the leading shades includ-
i home last from Jacksonville
of refined acrobats and Friday night assistant in the office force.
posers pyramid- ing black and blue and in plaids, 44 inches
fills ,the fraigh
Winterhsger position
' :} where have been visiting relatives
the little Madam they wide, worth $1.50 yard at a '
ers; cute riding pony per Games Dolls Toys Blocks
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;; vied Mr C. E. King who is station-
ageot ,
.jJi .. for the four months.apt of 98 Gardner
,. .: Nita 18 Garde and her team of Arabian past special price cents. Balls, Banks, Handkerchiefs,
edMPalm Beach with Mr. Branning. We have jut received a new linen of .
J beauties; the Hardell Bros. in their sterling P. Nelson of South Titnsville ribbons in all widths and colors, taffeta
l ;j. .., Sectional Bootfam,Collar and Cuff Boxes aerial acts; Prof. Aahburn and his left with his launch last Saturday for and satin taffeta. Large Shipment

}. .tit:;.. '&.* Toilet Sftt leather. ., Gardner'sMr. school' of six trained ponies; those Mar- points down the river accompanied by JULIUS Kuxz, Of boys'& overcoats just received by '

\{ 9 and! Mrs. L. H. Brace, pf Chicago, ion Boys and their performing donkeys his family. They stopped at several places Titusville, Fla.Church Penney Branninz.

'_ ..\ and Mrs. W;'H,.McFarlind are stopping their score of beautiful, intelligent horses on Merrills Island and on the west shore Pineapple Grower Encouraged .

' ':': 1 le ,.. at the Indian River hotel, arriving here and .the crowd of comical,clowns, jesters going as far as Melbourne, returning Notices
':'''r. the latter part of last week. Mr. Brace buffoons and pantomimists. These are a home Wednesday.Mr. Sunday Dec. 24th, 1905. At a recent meeting of the directors of .

'ia having his launch. prepared for hunting few of the attractions, but only! a few. Cocoa-St. Marks church, celebrationof the Indian River & Lake Worth Pineapple ,
E. M. Goodall left yesterday with Growers' association held at Weet
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expeditions. Mr. McFarland is expected Two performances daily, rain or shine, the holy communion 10:30 a. m.
his launch Nemo for Daytona Beach. Mr. Palm Beach it shown that the
t* &T'rp. to arrive here from Peru, Indiana 2 and 8 p. m. Watch for grand free street Titnsville St. Gabriels church, special was acre -

,t.t'r some time in the,first part of January. parade day of show at 12 o'clock noon. Goodall has been at Daytona since the evening service and Sunday school Christ- age of pines will not be diminished, although -
18th of October spending the time up to some old fields which have out-
fr ; We learn that Mr. L. W.Haile has disposed Call at Once now with his mother whose health has mas tree 7:00 p. m. Rev. Millidge Walker. lived their usefulness have been aban
Melbourne-Holy Trinity churc!lmoro-
; of his interests in the Eureka Fish not been the best. The Nemo will now doned. The acreage of the new fields
And see the fine line of boys' overcoats ing prayer 10:30; Eau Gallie, St. Johns
to Mr. Terry the president of
r company be in commission for of monthsat this will than
received & a couple planted summer more over-
just by Penney Branning.Cuba' church evening 730 bible class at
prayer ;
of Columbia S. C. The
that company, ,
IIP; least. balance those that have been abandoned.
."f business of the Eureka Fish company of 3:30 p. m. Rev. John W. Walker. i One and
Tomato Crop Damaged exceedingly important pleas.
Drums Trains Tool Chests lan- ,
Magic
which Mr. Haile was the is at Christmas Day Services. '
manager
Jd Thos. J. Peters writes from Guines, terns, Steam Engines, Guns,Toy Pistols, ing fact was demonstrated and that is the
fe present charge of Mr. Fonda Reed, the Cuba on the 4th inat., that heavy rains, Roman Candles, Sky Rockets, Gardner's Melbourne-Holy communion 10:30 a. prices which the shippers have been receiving -

: change taking place the first of this week. beginning l last week still continue. Growers m,. Rev. Dr. DuBose, celebrant.Eau for their fruit in face of the Cu.

v ii Mr. Haile.may decide to etan"op in the admit that the onion, potato and, advance Four of the members of the Canaveralclub Gallie-Morning prayer 10:30, Rev. ban competition. Fancy Red Spanish
!' business himself.'Christmas crops of tomatoes are damaged. returned yesterday to their homes Walker
fish John W. officiating. have been the
pines netting as
.t.\ f Drainage to tomato crops will likely be to spend Christmas. There were Dr. C. growers
.;' 'i" : New Year u elSou"ds, balanced by heavier shipments late in the G. Weld and Messrs. R. Morgan F. H. Titusville-Holy communion 10:30 a. high as $:J SO per crate while some extra
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ji> Fancy Stationery, Fountain Pens, PaperKnives season. m., Rev. Millidge Walker, celebrant fancy ISs and 24s have brought the growers -
Ink Veils, Gardner's Stone and Robert Gaston. The l last three
i.Jl; There will be preaching at the First $1.50 to fo.OO per crate. The smaller
'fV Call at Titusville Livery, at rear of will not return, but Dr, Weld expects to
t i'. Do You Need Any Furniture Robbins law office, for stylish rigs. come back after the holiday season has Baptist church, Titugville, Sunday, Dec. I sizes, notably 42s, have kept up wonder-

.. orders: for hauling, both dou passed. 24th both morning and evening by Rev. fully in price and in some instances have
t.t Titusville Furniture Leavt\Jour
The furniture.company Don't J. M.Osban, proprietor W. McCall, at 11 a. m. and 6:15 p. m. brought 13.50 per crate.
to buy
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..xJ!Jl purchase elsewhere until you come and at Baptist All are cordially invited to attend. The pineapple growers are very much
'ft'.!?:-!: *seem. When yon look you will buy. Auto Sparker For SaleA church next Sunday evening, Dec. 24th, encouraged not only because of the high

1tJ: We' carry everything in. the furniture magneto that needs no batteries. will be.'as follows: Music by Sunday Have You Seen prices that their products are bringing

:-f line and the' low prices and easy payments Brand new and will be sold at wholesale school choir, duet by Freda and Hans Those boys' overcoats at Penney & but the condition of their fields are such
f break the record. Mail orders asp Inquire at THE STAB office. Branninga? They are winners.
a price.
: Walker, sermon by the Rev. W.
.\.t.-t < ialty. Freightjpaid on all orders. pastor, that give promise of a mutt excellent

1J'. .H. E. OINEB, Manager. A Bargain in Beal Estate C. McCall, especially the young peo- Wood For Sale crop of fruitWeakened
ple, topic: "The Millenial Menagerie." Pine or oak, any length. See or address -
if't DUCK DCMT1NQ.M. FOR SALE-An old pioneer grove, one The evening service will begin promptlyat J. W. Jamison Titusville, Fla. systems need a mature

.t M. I.Peacock,at Titnsville, is prepared mile river front, 290 acres land, 25 acres 6:15 o'clock. Everybody cordially invited FOB SALE CHEAP :FOB CASH. wholesome, mellow liquor-that's I. W.
in in good condition fine
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f..\1.:. .. -to reasonable take parties rates.'out Correspondence for duck shooting solicited at very grove best of land for celery farm. Three, I to be present. About 88 acres of good high land on father Harper used.Whiskey Sold the by R.kind L. Motlow your grand-andF. i i

.- crops of oranges would pay for the place. the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat A. Losley.
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...x. .' Will sell for 1 leas than value of improvements HENRY B KJSCK -CUNS REPAIRED the Narrows, described aa follows: Lot

P- VorSala purchaser thereby getting land I Specially made gun springs warrantednot No. 3, section 35, also lot No.. 3, section Jtt'ESERY STOCK FOB SALE. '
i' free;better than homesteading no incum- to break. Every one carefully tested. 36, in township 31 south, range 39 east.
:;\ .tA Cottage with four rooms 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 pine land.
slt in a large lot under good: fence comprising blacksmith shop all /go with place.W. ard's hardware store. cated. For further particulars address Indian River Nurseries, established 1826.
\1 T. five town lots. Also good mule for R. SAXDSSJ H. BKXECKE, E. M. Low, Send for catalogue, Toledo and Vest '
:f :sale. Address H. care STAR office. Indianola, Fla. Box 121, Titusville, Fla. Brockton Mass.V Palm Beach, FU.
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'o'... -: 1t 9. IIIt" ,.""". w.'"pastry;In'the .shortest:time, concerning the. four.. and twenty black 'oskeittk.d4&nel '" f. .. _
k llll> 1f ..;": : '......: ..... l- eetac teeth. 'and tops'only, wlaa &:'priie0f '' birds baked ,In .a ple-1rIlll't\hat' ; -a'' 'iiPiiiiiI ,-

; j"" Wit 1i. r" wae"tort while'the losers have thecooaolatioft pretty! 'dish. to set before the,long r!: r :

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:fK iT2.; SY 'ff. ti; 4Si3g>* S% :;: place; where ,tha Wit,_. bi
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of.tb*:ship te likely' to:Had'himsett ;,. with"My paralysis in her suffering'arm when: I years,waa existing:coDdltton ot: UwIs eft......law: '' :

:confronted' with a,:deputation' ot.tllee.wpreeeatinrrt persuaded-:neo Ballard'f Snow L'm- Justly open to. critieJaeai. naea. ?, O of, ti e_' ;.
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;:who have bTnftactiotis'ot went, which cured. her all right I.have safeguards .which'samjeed> poesaaa accused :
'
.disblpline .Incurred. demerit also used it,for old 'sores, frostbite 'and, of crimes having had..$eAr w* taInx ,
-' ; warkj- carrying pail- of slacked skin'eruptions. It does the work".25c, conditions' loaf sfeee passed &**?. .;
E lime."and water: and a: whitewash 5 :
bfttfb :mutely pleading that their sins'washed and EauGallie Pharmacy EautiaJHeFIv si federal i
: oral office should be,regarded a f
ire out In honor of the'day.. The offense. ) J

tea Iff usually effectives f
?; a : : .Cur. For Monty Rte. -
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: The distribution of Christmas mall Ti EXECUnVE
., following- the" athletic 'programme, 1 I The annual report of ,gecretajg of "
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takes; ,the place,of the distribution,ofgiftat : the Treasury \ :empbas&at Mg- ,
w; h ,home. The farther from"God's Comptroller| Ridg iya'... gestion .for an elastic pen-eftey: by rj t

:::country* the, ship happens to Comptroller of the Currency RIdgelyin erring to the recent,Wg*>,ret a f g <*J*

be the greater the'Interest In this 'ceremony. blat annual report, finds fault' with money as compared with the t tHW*r

.? ;Much of the. mall may' have the present bonk examiningsystem because low ,rates prevailing: lei laidsBoacr.:
been ;posted by dear ones at ',home' it is helpless in"preventing fail His remedy to permit national but .
many' weeks before Christmas;'but the to issue a volume of additional pfta
outside
ures. And,he doubts if any supervision -
letters'aDd'packages bear the Inscription -' can prevent such, failures. ment guaranteed currency: eq c1 laShaw's

,;K ;:mot "Not to be' opened before ChrIst.. He askt congress to repeal the limitation amount to half of their.Deed.s '
Baa" and the officers lee'that the Injunction of circulation retirement to$3,000,? currency subject tea tax.of"5 or 8

$ to not disregarded., .Often:the 000 monthly .foe the sake of, greater per cent until radeemed,by the llspiit
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;r seal of sacks known to contain Christmas -, elasticity,and' favors the raising of'the of a like amount to the tr eseury.' The

mall are not broken until the time loan.limit to, 10.'per cent"of. the unimpaired tax; he thinks: would cover the rtefc.
comes for. ,its diatributloD.' that the recipient capital and surplus.Bonapart of the government In g. tra fttef redemption -
may derive the greater pleasure This expedient;wea& not
from their treasures by enjoying them Against,Larger Navy. be adopted until, interest rates stead

In common., Secretary' of the Navy' ,Bonaparte's ed 6 per: cent. The wcretwy r port

: / '. The officers have their dinner in the annual report takes the ground>> that that the deficit of the last fiseaL'year- -

_ iy ; .:: evening.. The day'baa very likely beena our navy, according to present .conditions was $23,004,228, ,based on''receipts of

t. ;. .,. ..... lonesome one.' in the. wardroom. ,for ,.is "sufficient .1>rovlde:f r any fOOT,101.270 and expemiltur of flI9.
if the ship is on'a home station all the contingencies. within the limits of probability .105,488. asernarkbIE

officers :who can 'get: away and who. ," Ibis does.not mean, however, <' $'

have families spend the day* ashore.At that the building of new veseela should Core.

., ..ck- night,however they" return,. bringIng cease, as many are obsolete; hence his '"I was much afflicted with salatioa
; .\-. .' :" :i4' ;. ::, ,. : their"s ethearts and wives" with would" substitute five battleships writes C. Nod loff&ville SeJgwicfc
w programme Ed. ,
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;,i.J: < :;ii; ." ", ;: Ignoring the very existence of the.oldest. vessels of'this,type now in suffering a deal of pain. I was indaeed to

_ women permits them to dine aboard use-and five 'more battleships for the try Ballard's' Snow Liniment' ., which.

? ship on Christmas day-and few "navywomen" coast, defense, vessels of the monitor relieved me. .
"I used three 50c bottles..It is the SK&*
fall.to take advantage of such type. This programme, he-,thinks, est liniment I ever used; bate teeommended -
a privilege. A good part of every offi should be. carried,out within the next ii to a number of -

BA TLES31P1t 4NE DEOyRATED ,KOHbarbor ;. HBt1 31ABr cer's December pay Is ;exhausted In six years and that the present congress preea! themselves as being pally.

.. .', .. ",k,"" ,' ; "..'" ".1.,'';:.w_ the Interests Yuletlde'-cheer and no should authorize two new .battleships, I now walk without crutches able to perform -
.1' 'l' > -" pgaioaigeen .peu.dder.'mince plea, guest baa ever hesitated to pronounce two scout cruisers four destroyers, a great deal of light:labor on the
of some home port,'where proximity bananas the wardroom's. Christmas banquet an two submarines or submersibles, one farm. 25c, 50c and 100. SoW by RedCross
assorted, cakes, oranges apples,
to t short iusntee an. abundance ': unqualified success.. Still It sometimes gunboat and two river gunboats at a Pharmacy. and Ean6liiePharnscy
coffee '
nuts, .raisins, candy, '
EaoGallie Fla.
of:Qte usoal accesaortesv Caristmas on happens that the enlisted men have cost of 123,300,000.Moedy's i

;.Aboard a:"masotwac.)%,90 essentially cigars and cigarettes.The a better dinner than their superiors, ''
Texas at, the New York Rebate Remedy.In .
=y dif erent, -from.th holiday of tbe,.landlubber was: for the able seaman Is an early bird, For Ova ility TMTS.
I yard, to be sure,, but her relatives hIs annual report Attorney General -
navy
,yt \ n-: on,the foreign stations, and where supplies are limited he may Mrs. Winalovs1 Soothing Syrup bait --
.and especially these In' 'oplc'.".,mss, in the'navy'wbo passed the day corner the. ,market. before. his officers Moody deals with the railroad rebate been used for over sixty years by millions $;
In foreign ports probably fared quiteas' > evil by suggesting- that power'begiven of mothers for their children while teeth*
;r tnat, ;?acky baa to exercise .bis welt know what has happened. The crew
3 ;known','ingenuity,,to'' create a hrlat'ttqu"atmosph@r weD.thoup'their.,: crews may have of a man-of-war on the Asiatic .station to some administrative body to lug] with perfect sores e.: U tf&bt then
had substitute; some other bird for fix a future maximum rate, and upon child, softens the gums, alUys all pain
*. On battte- some bought all the
: many a years ago up
the turkey.. The tars of foreign fleets in and Canton and proof of a lower rate being given to cures wind colic, and is vb> cast needy
ails and/crrtMfTJhave bamboos ydone turkeys Hongkong
diarrhoea. It will renege the
for
welcome, an .American ;warship to an the officers of the would have been some preferred shipper that the lower poor
ship
duty aa Oirittmas trees, banana,.leases lit tie sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists -
4 as.hoUy and<< cactt as table decorations.Many anchorage alongside on Christmas day, put to it,to find a substitute had not rate should then become: the maximum in every part of the world. Tweoiy-
.Gbineae for they know what Yankee hospitality the sailors taken them and rate for all railroads. Be thinks sucba
a. pheasant or ,other pity on five rents a bottle. Be awe od Ilk for
'c1 beatnen:!bird has masqueraded: at the .means.' Seldom does a, crew of an given up some of their spoils. course could not be regarded as "Mrs. Win o.1' Soothing Syrup," and

'x C&rlstniaa dinner aa a North American American vessel: ,on service beyond the The cla)'. *celebration ends with a confiscatory or unjust and that the take no other kind.

r turkey seas sit down' to Its Christmas dinner concert by the ship's band or a minstrel railroads themselves would see to it

!Tne navy's. Christmas realty begin* alone.' While' he may not be'so generous show, with sailors and marines' that reckless discriminations were not

: at noon Dec.i24. After that hour discipline ,' as to call in. the...lame, the halt In burnt cork performing all manner made. Sunshine in your

.r;' Is relaxed and aU hands are an$ the bUD"wo'war's men from of "stunts" and cracking many an excellent -. The attorney general thinks there Is .
p
piped to the, work ,of preparing for more: than one imperial battleship or Joke at the expense of the officers a great and growing embarrassment In Home

; .'\ the morrow's festivities.. The sun mat royal cruiser have occasion to remem. who always take the Jests In the administration of the law from the

t not rise 'oft' masts or yardarms naked bar with infinite regret- the. grub of'the good part International complications Inability of the federal government to .

of Christmas green, and.all: night the Yankee'sailor: famish plenty of themes for clever bring an offender indicted for an offence -
timea is ueured
witticisms and sketches, in which the against the United States to the Fifty-two a year
= cook's galley ;fires :are. hotra.;special After dinner general leave Is granted
concession from the "old man"-baklng and in home ports many of the sailors men often show much dramatic abil- to yen if you et r

l 'p. 'and"cakes InnUD erable. go ashore to visit relatives and Thousands Have Kidney Trouble

On'Christmaa 'morning the usual routine friends. Most',of the men, however, and Don't Know it.

x Is :omitted. Daring the forenoon and on a foreign station practically all, Bow To :Find Out. READ The SUNThat

w religious services 'are held on vessels remain ::Ion, board, for the, sports-to Fill a bottle or common glass with your ty

on which there are chaplains. Other which the afternoon Is devoted. Bowing water and let It stand twenty-four hours; a
SF ; wise'the sailor man is left to his own Is the most common feature of ; & dI sediment or set illustrated weekly paper

}zb,= devices until: noon. then come :the these contests, and where two or more 9' tling indicates a& printed in Jacksonville and

event. of the day Chdstwaa dm vessels are gathered together.there are i unhealthy condo published everywhere. '
k I tion of the kid-

.J.P-J... "::.,:'.,: .. .c .. neys; if it stains
... your linen It is
-[;c. evidence of kidney A. K.
.': Taylor
..., a. trouble; too t

f'IF'l frequent desire to .
f'1"1 s pass It or pain in the 1
( -. -- the back is also Make the cartoons and all Eli
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,""-, "". convincing proof that the kidneys and blad- other pictures.
t"H I I Iw Iz der are out of order. 1'nL
: What to Do.
,' <> ..' .There is comfort in ml! iuowledge so ::
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.ft;I\'t -Q often expressed that Dr. '-- .t'* Swamp- Claude LEngleIn

. I'Y Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every t
4 '.!. : '" R's wish In curing rheumatism, pain in the
"
., .' back, kidneys liver bladder and every part pungent editorial paragraph
< 12.". .. of the urinary It corrects inabilityto
"' passage. looks after the that
things
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hold water and scalding pain in passing
:<< l\\ .'" ,t : /i It, or bad effects following use of liquor, need attention.
wine or beer,and overcomes that unpleasant
fi necessity of being compelled to go often
! ., 4M wJc during the day, and to get up many times WARM BRIGHT, FACDUTXNGLY
"' ':;..,...,.:*. the The
's '1 '*" x during night. mild and the extra- CLEVER 1
.J' e
.ij } ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon
.7 realized. It stands the for'
'f highest its wonderful *
:. "-. cures of the most distressing cases. t
J :i ; : 'c' If you need a medicine you should have the That's the Sun I
: <' OXR8 roe THB soar BKHOTD THX OXJH.tty. : best. Sold by druggists in 50c. andl. sizes. '

.y '< r ., Last year the Panama incident You may have a, sample bottle of this ; I
was very 'creditably ""worked up" on wonderful If you pay to read this paper you

; one battleship. This year the Russian and a book dboYeIY. can read THE SUN too
about it,
y.M';, ', ''3. and: the; J'P.w11\: have to take their absolutely more WITHOUT EXTRA EIPENSI@
turns as targets for the minatrels'merry
address Dr. Kilmer & fro a .quips."The ., Co., Binghamton N.Y. When writing mention -
L .Star Spangled Banner," the reading this geaerousoffer in this paper. Ask us or writs us and

1... ... -ft t. ,. -: marine amen puts the official benediction Don't make any tui ;lIk
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you
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'iI'. Y that,the report. meant:flfteea,e,Dt"eot-, .: follow Ws_track.that the expeditions.
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J' -to .,. tA t -i of Sir.John:Franklin was'tost In 1S45., ,

? i? 'rt A Receiver:For,C. H. and D. LOw ir{Photographs of Liars.. t 1Fsk ?

/WM'. Q ltI.'ii.i ',1be'. sequel to the turning OTerot: the :Professor Percival Lowell'has ,.now.
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f mt, s # s. i i's "" "" t 'i +: s Cincinnati Hamilton aDd Dayton purchase toy in"an irtlcle for"Popular Astronomy -'!

I r' Aht.#, tJ t ,:1"I.M"'" J......... .t', ,'", ,lrr y,1 far .IIIsj. by the Erie to"J..T\ Morgan.o0eltrredat my ,;now atv last be. succeeded,,,'afterfour

lf Cincinnati wben on motion' of ; years'. effort. an: "getting photographic ,
'vifJ.ir:iIfV ;
: Waiter B. Horn of New York; acting; pl&tea"ot the.. canals 'ot the 3

i.tk. IN.Ii' '.. for Mr. Morgan, former'Attorney General ":planet Mars.. .!The two principal diffi rinI.t' .I
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'.r: .> .'h-_ ,,8. ... of that road'and also of the Pere Marquette the Insufficient: speed of. photographic .

,'. which" was;taken,over by" theO plates Prof essorJUwell therefore,hada

a and. D..1.In;190L; Outstanding .camera .made on' the. pattern.'of a

'; I debts: amount to., over f4.000.000.out bloacopio film= in which'many 'successive .

$ x M1 side. of current, debts and the payroll pictures could be: taken' rapidly
4 n Judge-Harmon auU1 ie4 control Immediately He also used.a diaphragm instead, 'ot. ;
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r $ upon his appointment' with power the full 'objectiye, thug' getting better''eftnltioo.

5 to operate the' system with a View ,' He .says. .. ,that, c.}tbese' negatives .-
;gzieft to-effecting a sale within six'months.Mutual thoroughly confirm the eye in"

.Reserve Oft Gridiron.The .. showing not only thV extent of the'
the canals, but the fact that they are continuous -,
affairs of Mutual Reserve i
linesand not the synthesis of ; r:
.
1t a Life Insurance "c company were again other markings ,* i
< aired with some astounding results by

1' cS the New :York. legislative Inquisitors. An Emergency Medldne -

St,. 5- .5 5 f. ftSS Horace ,Brockway: 'proprietor of the For sprains, braises, barns, scalds and f'
Ashland House and a'director of the similar injuries,*there is nothing so. good

S company, declared 4 that be was carried as Chsmlwrlain's Balm..,: It soothesthe

on'the payroll at pO'a week and that wonnd and not only' gives instant relief ,,

? Yi tie had given $6,000 to resldent Burns from pain, but causes the parts to
heal in about one third the time requiredby
yi eiR'34i
P ham because the'latter'WaS a good fel
the usual treatment Sold by. Red .
low. This $6,000,'however, was believed Cross Pharmacy.

to confirm the statement made by

=fib former Vice President Wells before the Cl
WfCTW??!!?? Canadian senate's committee in 1904- 'Last' .Christmas In London. It was ,

namely, that Hurnham bad borrowed quite the thing to giveCbristmas giftsof

c brhj.ratI money from Brockway order to pay radium. Of course only an infinitesimal

-1?{ .l v Superintendent of Insurance_ Pays, particle of the precious substance ti

#*, $40.000 for a specially favorable report. was included in the present and.even t
George D. Eldridge vice president of then the gifts cost all the way from

: : i ib. Ch141 dMn.t the Mutual Reserve, admitted that the $10 to $50. An Instrument. the :

company had paid J. T. Patterson a spinthariscope, which consists of a

fj/anffj manger sbrhler former.employee $5,000 to discontinue small case about the size 'of that containing

; N:5 S .5 his, attacks against the company.. It a finger: ring, contained the ra-

55 ; ; was shown that the' manager of the dium particle;'which was placed under .

Mutual Reserve's New York agency In a small lens like a microscope By

k bat Iouj d., s lie ,1.1 "reijn began one year bad got commissions amount- taking,the contrivance into a darkened

ing to $97,000. Officers of the Provi- room and looting through tbe eyepiece
; rl a edt/x: .nIta..1 ma dent Sayings Life and the SecurityLife one could see varying: lights flashing.

''4 s .il 'iy lodt. 'Illumed he h on mind companies were put on the stand Fta
and admitted various Irregularities. The Key that Unlocks the Door Ito Leaf

j r ..it dlf n, bud sotijbt s e e etude 1o find. The Equitable received the resignationof Urine '
.
Senator Depew as a director and The men of eighty-five and ninety years

elected four new men. President Mc- of age are not the rotund well fed, but ,

Call of the New York Life declared thin, spare men who live on a'slender
i --wlitJi orjllt r tffer be iiet. Be as careful as he will, however, .-
i1h5SJ ht to a oods that he would not resign, but that
a man past middle age will occasionally
4 'be rrl4osa le h .rtjab aims lr ewer I lib Wrong: George W. Perkins would give up the eat too much or of' some article of food _: -
: 'k' : office of vice president. Thomas F. not suited to his constitution, and will

: ....,.. Ryan told of his purchase of the Hyde need a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach = sand
s 'fat hki .dam not applnur, .rbould be c itant aim* controlling Interest In the Equitable for Liver Tablets to cleanse and invigorate

and said his was to his stomach and regulate his liver e
4e and $2,500.000 purpose
And t s he interned o7e ces r fame*
: prevent a financial crash, that he hadarranged and bowels. When this is done there is + =

to trustee the control pen no reason why the average man should
1 : 'as not live to old age. For sale by Red
petuity. He refused to answer to k.,
Cross
E. H. Harriman's effort to share thePUl'ChU Pharmacy. ,
If "A 4'1d. .tut bob :a stttrctchtd \ a wfty mighi jhme 4
y #. and steps were taken to-com

:- 5 4n4 ruind'li ,, rue' a and of dk'ine; pel him to answer.
f e
; tHe l Chamberlain's
$ : ia jhifU lows jh It our heart, ''a d eciitttde life's plan; =
,; !,'..' "- I INDUSTRIALErie ,,1

He: ;tavjhl .vj 1 KindneJ proclaimed; fB b erhocd of man.e .

"- Sterilizing Through Trains..

,. .. The Chicago Limited over the Erie s
'
.
CQPJ/'fC'GHT.. JriE.IL 'HACflOJliAL7J railroad is now leaving Jersey City
: !;flLrno : ;! every day rwith every part of its Interior -

j xz
sterilized by means
r thoroughly
_.
of a deodorizing apnaratus perfected 1
'f bS;: -, ---yfrFOiREIG.N.- -. separation of'church-and state by voting sailors approximated at '$75,000,000.For by Chemist Landon of the mechanical '
j
:f! ':"t 188 to 102, the result being announced the payment of debts incurred hi department. This Is the first eastern

;tJ- s., \ ,. amid cheers and loud cries of the war $55,000,000 annually. is- pro road to anticipate the passage of laws
.. ,
c r
': Sucoeed Balfour.. "L, nj jure; the 'M>,ubfel". aDd'"Long vided.Gtrmany. requiring sterilization such laws already -

t t mt rmaa Balfour of. England's con- live! llbertyP The law became effective Conquers H.r.ro.. existing in several western and

.Jtj';.:.;F MTVttlve,Premier.and ;Liberal-Unionist minis I Dee:!' T,' oil being promulgated.left The German consul general at Cape southwestern. cities.' Cough Remedy l
of administration
: The ,details are Town that the resistance of the
Third Rail
try, which resigned reports For Standard
..
the council of state. One effect will
> to .
The
.
Children's Favorite
Dec. 4, rebellious'Hereroa in German Southwest The New York Central railroad has
":1" }: : .X be the immediate reduction in the gov- -.CUBES--
Africa has ceased and.that military -
was succeeded to induce all the
started movement
Itti:-t., t' ernment expenses, as the salaries paid a Coughs, Colds, Croup and
Sir- Henry operations nave been suspended.Assassination eastern of the '
by railroads in the part
ri the' clergy are Ito be gradually diminished Whooping Cough:
bill had Answers' Repression. country and especially those entering .
This
Campbell-S5 until they, cease. This remedy farnoux for lt tree over
: passed the chamber of deputies July 'While the telegraph and postal strike New York and .Jersey City to decide Urge part e f the drilled world. It cad F {
f'-- always be depended It contains
.... :>: : eral leader. It 3 by a vote' of-341 to 233.. It sweeps was still in force throughout Russia upon a uniform third rail for general opium or other harmful upon drof and ffi&j BO be
> > < : was understood cutting almost the entire country off adaptation. This action seems to an- (Inn M cnn&dontl/.baby M to an add
the old system of state religion,
f: :,:::'_";. t athat, a broad dating away front 1801, 'when 'the concordat from the rest of the world and paralyzing ticipate the eventual general introduction Price 25 eta; Large Size, SO eta. ti

t ,and comprehensive Was signed by Pius VIL and Napoleon, what was left of the internal Industries of electricity as a motive poweron i

! .:.- :y measure. oft making the churches."government prop- and commercial Intercourse all of the great railroads. !

l *\'self government erty,_and the clergy.. salaried .employeesof.theatate. General Sacharoff, former minister"of St. Paul to the Pacific. f'i, !

::\3';:*r:: for, Ireland f *. *% war was assassinated while trying to The directors of the Chicago, Milwaukee j
would be the suppress the agrarian disturbances in have authorized the tRRY'SBepreaent
I' I S With Turkey. and St. Paul
feature Agreement assassinwas !
Si leading the province oMSaratoff. His construction of an extension from
S of the minIstry's It was regarded u practically certain to'the revolutionary -
belonging
new a woman
: .oj -- 7' that the ntroerBl'-between the Evarts. S. D.. to Tacoma and Seattle
:"' "' Henry CajspbellBannerman. ; -. pro-' ( movement, who called, at the Wash. Work on the extension is to
and .Tarke:1OU1d be settled SEEDS
.
'; .. gramme..' It is powers house of the governor, where the general Immediately; It involves the
<; .that will. without further tesort'ton.forc' The entertained. She asked begin .
Liberal remain ; was being
eipected the party
building .f from 1,2OO.to 1,500 miles of th.llUTtralo'&M attack We
... II office but a abort time and that sultan bad agreed...to. -.accept the/modi-- for an lDterview'and upon being ad- Dare become UM Iwiest MIld DOOM In tbe f
and work will be started .
road
tied proposals for 1t1a. ftundal control new world became our MIdI are better tbano'bem.
parliament and general mitted shot the general three times. Do 1rIIJa the '
.a di 8oiutiouof 'p. frod both ends.Latest JOG to grow mart :;
of Macedenla. y" { beaattfal aoweee and lbs anent vese j ,
occur The serious mutinies at Kiev
inJanuaryor military
.
election,is;likely ;Ita. ; V lAbleaT I'IantUWklSMedl-FUI7'. I
February. Balfour had served asprimeminUter Present. to JapantM'fFighters., and Yeronez were'ltlll far from quelledat Towing Cables. Ida Seed AMM rM to *n ,f fappibala.

{.,face. July,1wi The; proviafonse1.-< .' ::tie-' -:Japanese last'accounts, and tears ,were expressed The Roebling company of Trenton N. r ,' ;

Itudget Include the wHWrawsl of the that tide.,,army i revolts would J., has just completed the largest towIng D. ..'IIRY & CO., : :;
.French S! !t4 Far Separi i on. cables made. They are to be Detroit, Mich.
army In Manchuria at a cost of $190-. spread'to: .all sections. i-M.mir'about ever
After"S fn fitended debate Dec. 6 the t (!@o+and gifts to the.soldiers 'and ':70 mutinous ld1 wewrkflled and. used in towing the dry 'dck Dewey ,

4$':' ,J'reAck\l8Pta. .. : t adopted.. the .bill,, forSir ; ...."'-- -.' -- ._--, ,_. --.,...,----- a

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.tA-,"')j i t"w:.._-L.idt t ierie: _"pttl, "L etc "- .,ill';nMBbered< M alphabeticalshqwtni The:8L,Lude. lathe. first of a.number The- SMUttouI Care .f Mrs.CaMwel j; :, I I to PemnK,Hundred' of thoo' ad 'owe

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"':f'.fYji.;::. ," of CbrlstmM is evid i. ,fvwy,.. whwe, een '.uncoupled_ since: leaving the the, P.. E. Ry. r. for use' in -- pr -' "
'tJ.iI1JJ!, ,OafBtorea ire ftUed;sail : ; building. of the exteJ8l0Dand whichare : state 6t the TJnios.
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': > yowfao yards of" them ,__; .High .Mr*. Ida Caldwell, tiO6'Peirl street,
: 'whO route here: from -Mobile 'Weha'fe.m&n1 of.'Iatte
; ,, are alike hapfy aod iojona planafasg $prl>> Hornet., .now' en Sioux City,Ia.;'Yioe.Preddent.Ordei. of "
:; 1',<'rte _b saikiotber'btto'Tbe:% vir1oao; : 1), an4 other, ports on the gulf coast.The Washington writes:: from asethemispnbUo.prfftLWl grateful women,wftlt 'kI@.
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.$' :. :? }r. .;ogarclisy=Y and;Swd 'seboola:hive:tip ;. II'rogrPte8'! tug t DannUeaa5left last night for Mobile ; "I,suffered ,with' cstkrh-ot the>r.ptRWlf.orgw i- never to be used tor want of a,eoe.Csbrrh c<' .

i tided 'PO>n"".'hei ""-: i irer jibe following> musical prograinmes to to: convoy' 'a fleet:;of six of- these off and'oh' for" the laeSthree W"O.J4 aof h. wait -* ..*

/ iieeewMch;; dLDe1mdamaoaiseeiehe be rendered'duringthe 'holiday 'festival steamers:from. there, here; and if. the' yean ;:until ;thought it. ma hi tide ooantryUthepeQN. .

i-",",:. ,'J.,;fJ 'where. in'these. ''columnar. -gf:, f' ..;t-au i, :p.. -s.*,; ,' -- sad1,had to the greatestcue .
'11'"'. use u.bd
ti $p. .. t iI' once bprwrtatllftsi c
publuattioa in-Tu ST1B by the J aat of next week.
'- <. fI :' .: "":" '!: : :_-." ." : .. not to expo** myself to chilly air tag aroa& ...rttsfsuytto,:',

'The New Yak World ways that lho revolt .BAPTIST CHUSCH-Soaday Horning I -or dampness MitlacmsMray troubles, U yoa. coffer ,from ctwrh, bay P -
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;Z againstJohn' William, the Captain,, Munro .of the British ship "Mybhytkbartrhed me to the
J arp Preluda-Melody. in F BabinsteinMrs. '' try* Tuna today,toy:Sj day SrMasi oa
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.1115 'leader of the ibpocaUc muooritytjn the DenLan* Canada, in harbor at Pensacola, load change climate, but I w** Unable to enemy; catarrh, 'mestES. '* dy. neue,

z house. (repreeentotiyea,.,U'tM product Old Hundred Congregation ing lumber, for ,Rio Janeiro_ .died. of lon'tq tuIJIT.Alarmed. Routing ot toe woo'* recovery. S .
derfal by Perm, 1
fever Wednesday. i both We have on Ale thocsaad ts s Mmonialj -
it! 'oiadefiuitephupQathep.rtbolf6e; j Hymn 107 "Hail,'the Xong-Expepted'Jesus" typhoid, bought many

"",."" -ciahstic. 'elements:. 'in |be Democratic. .part ,Choir. and Congregation>> ,Tone Harwell Ernest; A. Bessey of Nebraska, a I "Itw* wfhhegreatestadsbicUoathat ; like the one given' here Weotasonly

:_..;ii ,to gain control of the minority-derahip.i ; (Chorus "Oomo and Worship"'' *' Dreoler pathologist in the Bureau of' Plant lloUlldlt the one medicine among give our readers'* slight gliAfSf
The 'ia not whetherMr. WU Choir with Violin Obligate them att which cored me I was relieved of the yaat array of unsoyeitad snder.s.'
question Industry of the United States Department three meats
within day and after two we are receiving. No other physician
1"j.f' liama ia a wue and prudent. ; leader, but Hymn,Choir 104 and, "Aa Coagregatioa With Gladnea Tone Hen of Dix Old". ''1 *of ..Agriculture, has gone to months and. a,half the irritation Warn in the world has received such avoluaieofeathnriastiolettersof

1-tt f1 'f 'whether.the' 8dsheta, ,who call them-, Miami to succeed Prof. P. H. 'Rolfs gone;my lungs perfectly healed and my. : Utsnfatas. ,
Soprano Solo-Long Ago a Midnight Stain"Mn.Denham
: ;'1 aelvea'Democrat*, are to,,' doauinateu. director of the sub-tropical labora health'restored.!=Ida..CaldwelLAsk .Dr. Hartman for Feruna,.

"._ ;, .tk Democratic minoryk Hymn 1O& "Joy to"the World, the Lord is tory.. 'Prof. Rolfs is to take chargeof your druggist for free Peruna Almanao for' 1906. :

. -t 3,1{ '. ". ........ ::- .Come-Choir Congregation Antioch the' Florida State Experiment. : .
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'< Another atroeiout :mnrdeif; hat 'been Postlude-Joyeoae From Op. 538,Battmann tion. :..
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rli1J ". committed with a
Ore f..iQ11. the:county Beat of D&da:' 'Ira Soprano: Mrs Denham, Mra Wilson, Miss Mr. Stewart of'our Mel: 4
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Kate Stewart, Mice Fannie'Blldge. -

'\;:,:: yet killing less in than the six'niontha"DavU i I ilyoccurred since the double within -Contralto Tenor t EeL: Mias W.F.Mamie Allen.Bart S E E DTIMEexperienced .bourne Furniture office,is creating"qur Ii I
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two miles. of this.m'fbnl deed. Surelyrs' Bass: Bev.'A. D. Penney. x, < Department 4it
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.;. .the antboriUei off Dade county must Organist:Mrs Denham. meet the genuine wants of ,

.: ",., arouse themselves to'tbeeigencieeof the Violinist: Mr. Winterhager.: the people, and he now

p.: :.. situation.. :This state.of affairs:is horrible .Accompanist: Mr. Wager. claims to have the, most "'

to contemplate,.,and, Dade ,most,, hunt At night, Special Children's Service, at&13 I complete line of House Furnishings -
: down the guilty parties whatever: .cost. ,

I!Hf ,Her,reputation is a law-sbiding'oomwu.: ANNUAL CONCERT T2& farmer ever seen on the \

,pity; is at stake. .By Indian River Band on Band'Stand has learned that, some, river.' 1
Christmas Morning at 9 o'clock grains require far differ- P.

-.- OVCBTU218, .: ent soil than others ;* 1m Our prices are ,right and
t:1t= :t The Madison New,Enterprise takes the Encore Eiefer I
some crops need differ- 1 we take all kinds of pleasure -
h1' ", Mine position,as THI:..STAB iq: regard to Impromptu Dalbey enthandling than others. in quoting them. YOU WILL ENJOYany
., Browsed
,the following "Governor in WALTZ He knows. that .a great of oar popular brands of cigars. We
ffl::{." the course of his article. in the San*, took Thelma.with Baritone Solo Janet deal depends upon right You have heard of Angle receive them fresh from the manufacturers

t ',"'\ occasion. 'to remark.. tb.t'Flor1da is 'af.. Lily of the Nile Berliner planting at the right Lamps Some people call and that's why
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'.\ flicked with asprjoMioff oi edaortl who ItAXCHKS' time, and that the soil them Angel Lamps. Writeus THEY RETAINTHEIRFINEFLAVOR
: sell editoriak for to much. inch
eentiment
,; : an : enriched.No .
American must be
kept
Jockey
Hoist
,x and will tell the L and uniform in
': tttrowa: ; iol This is pretty serious Lieutenant Santelmann's of we you are quality. Our cheap
t BoeenkranaUncle use complainingin
Mme'$ : charge"for tbwfovernor 'to make- :jfilnsta Sammy\ HolzmannLaurendeaa summer about amis- joke on Mr. Rockefeller. ones cigars bought smoke elsewhere.Utter than Well most'made expensive cigars -

class of useftJ dtiiens, and lest all suffer Anniversary take made in the spring. from selected tobacco well cured

*c by bDPticatio'be governor ,should U Decide before the seed FEE & STEWART CO. makes an exquisite smoke. 'We have

c more specific and give names of any METHODIST CHRISTMAS TREE is planted. that kind.

whom he may.know to be..addicted to atnnprofeeaional Tuesday Night IPI Melbourne and Fort PiuccLA RED CROSS PHARMACY,
'U e best time to reme
' and pernicious habit" allegretto
Haydn
dy wasting conditions in TITUSVILLE.J. .
Soprano For Christmas"Solo with Chorus-"King. the Loud Bells the human body is before r

to -- The Strain Proves Too Much Mr. Wilson and Choir the evil is too deep

u John A.. Moll, president of the New Violin le1eetiou-The Palms Faure 'rooted. At the first evidence POSADAA L. MOBLEY,

' York Life'Insurance company, is ill, his Mr. Winterhager of loss of flesh I TITUSVILLE, FLA.,

', ailment being pneumonia'' 'It is' known Duet-'"Angels Hans From and Freda the Realms Walker of Glory" Scott's Emulsionshould Pleasant Family Hotel 'Contracts for all kinds of Fainting, Kal-
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thai Mr. McCurdy, who until a few days Florida somining, Staining, Finishing and Paper
: St Augustine
Lecture, by the Pastor Rev W. F. Allen Hanging, at the most reasonable
Mutual taken imme- price
w ;: ago was. president of the Life, is be
Violin, Selection-Last Hope Gottschalk Convenient to Union Depot consistent with good workmanship
There is nothing
so ill from nervous prostration that his diately. i
Mr. Winterhager and to all of interest
.\ friends are.not permitted to see him, and that will repair points Work anywhere on the East Coast

,. Mr. Alexander an'U'I't'Untly president Recitation. Mn. Bollins s Selected wasted tissue more Beautifully Located and Open AIltheTearBATES Specially solicited. Let me know what

: ";.'. .of the Equitable is confined to a sanitarium Soprano Solo-"Christian Awake" with Violin quickly or replace lost : you want and get my estimate on it.

:', :..' which it is thought 'he will not Obligato E. Marzo flesh more abundantlythan $1.50 and 12.00 per day Prompt attention given to all work.

fi, ?-- )leave alive. At the beginning- the legislative Mrs. Denham and Mr. Winterhager Scott's Emulsion.It Special rates to families

:;{;::.' ,.-:- investigation of,the life insurancecompanies Chorus-"It Came Upon the Midnight Clear" nourishes and builds and permanent guests.... NOTICE TO XOH-BE8IDEMT.

;. "' 1t : of New =York a few months with Soprano,Obligate Sullivan' up'the body when ordi-. Mrs. C. Gould, Proprietress TN THE CIRCUIT COUBT IN AND FOR
.1. ''I--' Sopranos: Mn. Denham\Mrs. Wilson, Miss foods the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, in
i the foregoing gentlemen were be nary absolutelyfail
< : ago and for Brevard
c .. Kate Stewart, Miss Fannie Budge. County-In Chancery.
: presidents of the biggest three life insurance
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'4- Contralto: Miss Mamie Bart EAST COAST MEAT MARKET E. D. Mitchell
".. ;_4 ...>it companies in the' world. Mr. Alexander Tenor: Bev. W. F. Allen. Wt teOttndyoa M unfit(ru.. VI. } Bill for Divorce.
-:""1-C'::" 'f-..., resigned just Before: the investigation Bass: Bev. A. D. Penney. G. r. DUBEB Agent, Elsie MitchellTo

11'.......;i'. began Mr. McCurdj resigned afef Organist: Mrs. Denham. Be sure that this Essie Mitchell, Residence unknown:
days and it has bean said that Violinist: Mr. Winterhager. picture in the form Florida and
y..x s + ago of a label is on the You are hereby required to appear to the
'.;..- Mr. McCall will resign at the April Accompanist: )(r. Wager. wrapper of every Bill of Complaint filed herein against you in
bottle of Emulsion the above entitled cause on or before the 1st
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I :ft?: meeting of the directors, of his company. A Bad Scan 'S you bay. WesternMeats day of January, l00 .
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h r It is safe to sty that the WneN ofall of Tax: FLOBIDA STAB is hereby designated!
S'' them is doe to the strain to which theybafbeen Some day you will get a bad scare, SCOTTC& as the newspaper in which this order shall be
; when yon feel a pain in your bowels, and BOWNE published once week for eight coasecnUve
subjected in connection, with fear[ appendicitis.1 Safety lies in Dr. King's weeks
tha'VUvestigstiona 'of their respective New Life Pills, a sure cure, for all bowel L. l CHEMISTS Witness my hand and teal of said court this

a;.'>. 'companies." All are well 'along toY life, and biliousness stomach diseases, such as headache, 4 409 NEW Pearl YORK Street of all iadsr the[EZALJ 2nd: day of- November A..,A.A..STEWART D. 1005. .
costiveness
: stand':the unosoal burden ; etc. Guaranteed Clerk Circuit Court
aonlda't
aDd at Bed Cross Pharmacy, only S5c. Try 5QC. 04
.w 4 By 0. A. Stewart, D. C.
: theinl.x :- all draff;
suddenly thrust opon them. TITTSVILLE, FLORIDA.
Iii so F.J. Webb, Solicitor for Complainant
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.. -' C$",..4f.,; : >t 4BdW1A'iC. ; D ..uabiJ.aY''p ,,., :!70-j'Jd. :omobileyesociatioa... "JI a .the- iaeeting.Tuesday, night, llfl \ .\
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<; .. j! '."''''Q 1 :-has::been given.:'>a?life sea' beea'p: .ted 'to meetJther: covatycommiiaioners Ci .;frown''. 0 ,; Kith.aecustomed energy" I .!' \ .' ,.
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.....-.... .'. 'fP." .. ": "t ,..J'i- :' '. : 'it a siteLa contribute the saccesa.ctthe : ,_ ."'
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;\: ;1 y T''m p*. .Coedith: 'ihe..';.murderof' 4:. :she eteiit t'the;.roa i; id is 'one; to. tecur'e tbrutga.' Coagress > :Chapitt and 'Mardell Trio: a .
: session
tAe'niiaily now in the passage of
Aeu.Pian bunt tbakTorhwraCld two
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: ,'l- ;hproits> t' \ Catytr.,, OOo Trip,"Horimntal Bar Expertii Introducing Difficult Double Somersaults and Fly! 1 Overs **\ ,'yamX .
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.. '' -' <- '' '\... b. ; '- : years:. and I4wort'.about{IW.OOO. a .bill appropriating S5O :' for the ;
et'ufwae: befit'poat-. ..., ; ;
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:' "" {f!."t'i4;::4 ---f 1oae,,,. ""ml." ';'J&D" '\-A irY, ; .r, Whle'atPlant..: :; '.'.", ...'" :;KeyjTuesda.TlorningJA 'With this.commendable end,In viewCot MADAMjE WITA; LE GARDEAnd ? 'J

)' c tf" ,It Ie Ion ) :,'the.".Qrian&::,snb'". j \;.'%i udllary"; ,-- 'lChooul'K ,Brown 'leaves, i(Saturday'night Her. Bewtifnl'High; School. Horse. "Virginians". .. . .;. '* *. <'
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1 :,, FloitIdaEutyCOUtfRailway '
; perml : 1 < - -- -, -- -
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; 'on6canto,',borrow'' iDfte1.f,' ,oai ;: !; was totally Tallahassee,he will secure from Gov. Wonderful. Hill\ 'Family Society AexabatsCix ,.
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;t. thIes'schoolbudding, resulted In'Y destroyed.dy'the; explosionlbf -
.. ;:-i Broward, a proclamation e&1Img'upon ;
lfirtb e' >> :two, hundred gallons of;gasoline in t Nnmber, Introducing;.allthes,Li.teeUariDIr Sensational Tricks '''.
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., piopoe1tioa"and similar _
,,,,, President Roosevelt to issue a .,.. .. -- '.. __'
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"". fF rv.>><: .. .. ,..I,I.J;j'd L'$ ', '':.; ..'.\ ,the tanks at the timewerebelai proclamation,to the'authorities of foreign the Most Wonderful Mula in the World '
< COmmodore
.. '4. > tfllled.The. .membert
7..J1' ,,.'.' "ofeVcrew .,
. .Nt %-U f.k ;..LI........ ,'....:, ,' i 1iesro... ,. MIMI. i eenys : countries. to .hare'::inch,countries.
: .,4.-' = ".d. -hX '1" f :? T5 1 t1 ,; reie, blow ftnto, the .wateraad.A' Performs Remarkable Feat of Walking Tight Bppe in Mid Air. $1,000; for hia Equal
.iSf. ....qe( _. u... J ea""w>Locke represented at the, exposition: which ;

fr 50/iJf''I...:, : : .eepiped, serious.. injury with Roosevelt will doubtless -
Court President
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\ + t.1J b rlit i: #J1im t"peD: 'tei ti&.. 1. .who-.,::.was r.:badly. burned. t -, Upon. arriving Washington Coi Principal Jockeys and,Two Horse Equestriennes ,

,::.r_.} ,, ," )."" XAt... _.., ...'..:.:"t.'oounterfeitinfiT'eb The' naval. 'stores plant. includingthe ., Brown wllflmmedlately hold a conferenCe : "
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',4, .{.'t&ii! "y >ilidini" r.weett4." some ,earl '',turpentine.still and accessories with, the Congressional. rep* WALTER OF PERTOBMIMR' EIEPHAUTS
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; itNi Corot Ba1t < ; A Co. of
.l.y: yEa$;: Bons
. rJt.- *! < In His Den Ferocious t
: .. .5'" 11tys4ist11i1plW tats'tobe' ; raopenedestd1uednpwithmodern view.' ,were. ..burned." < ..pearly: Thursday the .presentation of'a bill appropriating H, E R. R KLOTZ. >, of and Performing Wild Animals.; _

1ii.a1: ;; appliances morning.> Considerable f", gum and the above amount with .the Inten- ...... _.. .1.. a

:1'eJ.kj :'i.. P.UUe4..:.urya: !' hospital;tor the mck' scrape was on the platform, and'this tion of having it presented after the 1 Host Happy lirtu-ProioiiBg festers, PantomimIsts and Knochlioat Cloms =S '

!f1r ;? ; ', i sad :mep" who,may come from was. also ,lost; with about 80 barrels holidays. ThIs undertaking may And other acts'and novelties too numerous to'mention.This '' '

if4 '" .>"-.:theeitenslon ..work of the. road.-- of. rosin which was under the shed. seem to some of such magnitude!: as to is surely the beet, greatest and grandest all feature show that will. visit your
.-,: ; ., .... SUN BROTHER'S BIG SHOW OF,THE WORLD
this .
-' } ,. All the of be of the air-castle order, but to thoso .city season "
Ji'1;"':1!}. '..'>' .1 ..- -JOam1aecoru"- .' saved. spirits turpentine was who are in touch with'the situation it The GKAN, PICTURESQUE STREET PARADE takes place at 12 o'clock noon J
When
the
t- .; ': : Flogd.. .Green of .Pine: :LeveL near fire :was' first observed is not In speaking of the matter Col. Two Performances, afternoon and evening, 2 and 8 p.m.

','" 'I\'Aroa4Ja. 'was c.nm.ready ,last Wed"nesday everything was on fire from Doors one hour earlier
Y Brown said: open ?
I. "
.
'
the_ gum platform to cocker shop: .
., with
rabbit hunting awhiI
> q' to,
go .
: "I believe this is the grandest opportunity -
. $.: r : "t .' .' -- i.gun' was accidentally which gives rise to the belief that country on the globe to which the A NEW INDUSTRY.
of and if
Tampa's
, : history,
the
a fire
of origin.
was Incendiary Mr associations will not
:, \: .' _. : the:_ contents. striking rebuild persistent effort will win success the. various press .:
.
:;;;:;;.:: "' ::j'&i' 'Miss;May:;Myers;in the head. killingherInstantly Savage will'. as early as possible degree of success 'desired Is already carry the news of our undertaking, Dade County Rock With Cement

c..>';6:", '. .'f.. '. "" ,'!>t'She:was 17. years old I achieved. No movement'of. public. interest and even if we 'do not secure the appropriation Makes Good. Brick I' F -
A-\ '
\ ;;'i k :-'.snd'hoq'ofyoung: : ; Green, who isigyeani Mr. W;. F.' ,Comstock, of West Virginia today so occupies the attentionof other countries will be (Miami. Metropolis.) -

' ''i 3'C'+,h'"" ".$r. t._= ,:-.Q:..ld. % i and Judge Martin of this city,-. ,the world and in view of the fact asked to participate and we will hava ItS reliably stated though the .

- ? r- i:(" ', ':Dom'J ranv. 'f aftenion, ride Monday are perfecting arrangements. to plant that Tampa is the. nearest -t;>Ort -to thousands of visitors from all sections names of the ,promoters are withheld-

fcwFit,.: .:'. !(f. Lee,Wllsoa of Wllllston and Miss out a 25-acre pecan ,grove on the Panama the eyes of the world are, or I of the world."I for the present, that a brickyard wflf

"Irrinei Justice north side of. Lake Highland, beyond should be centered our city., if sincerely hope and believe that =E
'i f ..,LucHe Joaet_c( ..visited on be started in or near Miami at an.
: V : married. the water works. This Is a move in not it duty to bring this movement will meet the aid and
they ,
; : smitoZ,11rflelt: and were are Js oar early date and that the products will?

883T-: 'They then"returned to .the home of the right ,direction. In the mad. rush about this stote of affairs. approval of ever; public-spirited citIzen be shade of native rock blended with
)
fif.: ; j5y&4 .;- -. ,the:' >ride's; parents. and .informed for immediate profits the planters of "In addition the building of this of Tampa and: Florida but wish a certain proportion of cement to

ld\ ? '.': :thern ot:their), n rrtue.. The happy several years ago overlooked. the great caUl U the special hobby of to impress upon all the Importantfact make the article soluble and firm

greater .prospect and profits "of the President Roosevelt and the entire that now is the time for action.
fl couple?left late_In :the afternoon for The practicability. making brick
.
& >- ,"" ',Wimstwa. will reside. future. Had they planted pecans In Republican administration and I sincerely That Florida's progressive representatives -
.P. .,. .:, .. .. ,where. they from the native stone has long ,,8mee. (
Jvi1r.Ti.i"fi- : will aid the movement In
those days no freeze, white or
fly believe that the administration not
: ;,' ; been declared possible, but it was

=' ( : ,# assessment rolls as compiled other calamity .would have overtaken with the Democratic members. every way possible, there Is no doubt until recently that the matter'wu.. v

y ;? :The city them. The opportunity Is still withus the Senate and House of )Representatives and equally vigorous. support can be serious consideration. If.appears
: given Now
-il. ; ,by City Clerk and Collector M for only a'few far-sighted expected from the representatives of
,men will'gladly take advantage of that certain parties of this
: and Just competed fewdys '
R Kellum a
:; will be wise enough to plant, intending many other States.
any opportunity to celebrate the
; city Wnkingfavorably of the project
Ca
agoahows'theF.. : E. C. Ry
t" "" 'v... .' to reap a crop in yeans to come. event-and Tampa should by ail
.,;t'tft" and'Its.holdings In Miami consisting The Week Weather. sent away recently a quantity of the
?.c : Orlando Reporter.The means be the scene of such a celebra native rock'to brick to
' *; I ; of',hotel water: works electric lightpleatsadall'other The following is the weekly weather a manufactory
State Board of Control has tlon. In connection with the Stats be tested and made into brick. The '
.l !: property amounts report sent out by the Florida section
tc' "- to.' $283.160 and ,on'c which the railroad awarded the contract for the erection fair work I had the pleasure of conversing at Jacksonville: rock was pulverized and ground Into

of one college building and one briefly. with President, Roosevelt a stiff substance like clay, 'a certafiramount
I: : will pay a total tax of 17,648.04 The week averaged about 4 degrees
: : dormitory for ,the University at on several occasions' during his of cement added and brick
year-M1ami.Metropolis colder than
this the normal with freezing
I"i; Gainesville to W. T. Hadtow of Jacksonville visits to Raleigh Atlanta, and 'Jack turned out without trouble.

i':::. The, Daytona-Halifax Journal pub, The' material to be used sonville. I took advantage of the opportunity conditions during the first few days The result Is said to have beeot

llshes'a ,list of:more than one hun- of broaching this important over. western and. extreme northern '
.
will be brick and McCarroll stone, most satisfactory and the article far-
& : building erected in 'Day subject. to him, and he voiced his counties, and light frost over the
_;. re4.11e", : which1 will make a handsome effect superior to the clay brick. It iso

t$; tea*' ,duriag..theyear. According toY The college building will be 300x60, approval of the idea. President more northerly counties of the central harder and apparently more substantial .

!'i :"Y: the, ? Jwnialv .the 1'. total value of .theiuilotafs three stories, which will afford ample Roosevelt. owing; .to his stirring experiences district. Light frost formed also .than any other Florida product; .J 1I..

i .. erect .in:'.1WS was 159. room for the :next tea years. The in this city during the over northern counties on the last of the kind on the market. .1-,

' *'" -r 760., Last it was $!23,830, and Spanish-American War is a day of the week with about freezing ;
SSSrt/--; year dormitory Ipeet catloU. provide fora pronounced Outside capital, it Is said, has become c.

vthls 'yea?! it .has-lumped to ,$282,205, building 240x60. 'three; stories high and emphatic friend of Tampa conditions over the western district interested and will be here la ,

: : And 'as'hereue :this, year over1904Charles which is calculated to provide accommodation and I believe will do everything Tender vegetables were killed in a few days to look over the field a&& :.i'
in his western counties but no serious dam- .1< !
fIii of $58,371. for: the matrons and 150 power to promote the movement put up a plant for the manufactures "

ii<,,<,, 'H.,Brown,' president of the students. The contract provides Further than this our city age occurred over any other sectionof of this article of brick, which the '
and have the State. Copious showers to
: First National Bank ,of Live Oak that the college building must be State most certainly won samples show can be put on the !!laP'L i

11i iy:y and Interested in.several large tracts completed by August 1, and the dormitory the admiration of Hon. Leslie M heavy rains prevailed over all districts ket at a profitable price of $7 anf:7( : f 'f
Shaw of the State. Precipitation was .
of
Secretary the Treasury andI
,z s of turpentine land throughout the by September 1, 1909.When per thousand. The Metropolis wSI" .
.- '; ..believe we will find a staunch supporter particularly heavy In Brevard and ,-:
State,. J&u.lOld.. .his turpentine interest '. tell more of this venture as soon a* Ii
:
ill,__ A taIa Curs.. In him too. Dade counties, where vegetables on .
<7!! oip it has t :
near Live Oak to Lee Byrd also I assumed more definite propor .
"It Is my earnest belief that low lands offered to some extent; I
we
e of that city. Mr. Byrd.also purchased a cbiM shows symptoms of & &
croup there is no time to.experiment can follow up the success of our State local high winds caused some slight :
from Mr Brown at the same time his
with new,remedies no matter bow highly fair of the present and coming year damage to citrus fruits In Dade i In the office .
which of the Duval
interest iu' tie Ethel' Hotel county
they be recommended There la
; may with an infinitely greater undertak- county. Elsewhere, the weather during ;
b will be 'enlarged and improved. one preparation ,that can: always be depended circuit court Monday, the praeaclpe '
lug and furthermore the week was ideal for the
> I believe thst improvement -
It-has for "
mating npoo. been m'.for summons In the case of the Cedar E
It'll 'possible that a sugar' many yean sad baa.never been knownto an appropriation from Congress can of oranges. General farm Key Town Company
mill to cost a quarter of a million fail, vivo Chamberlain's Cbngb'Reme- b But work such against the Sea.
L; Mjeured. ; what if It is not securec as. plowing in oats and board Air Line
adolLra nay be erected in the sugar- d y. Mr. M.:;,F. Company. of Market ?, : Railway Company was
Our.efforts; at rye, was fairly well advanced.
it will
securing Shipments
of filed. The suit
s' of and Texas;says it. "I have used Chamber., is an action on contract .
'cue, .growing country Georgia Iain's Cough Remedy in,:severe cases 01 do more_to.advertise Tampa and the of vegetables were light The to recover

Florida. Capt D 0. Purse of 8avainaX croup with my children and can truthfully State; *et Florida than any movementever week closes fair and colder than. the of 200000. damages in the sum I '. ., !',;:i I,

'who>> to active to the project say It always gives prompt'relief"For tinaugs rate&, There is: not a normaL j

:has received a,fetter from Mr. .R. C. sale by Bed, does ..Pbarmacr.c '-,: '

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4 Kn. B. Ai 500 CraIg ;
'ii tTemuf writes:? *!iEre been trying theJjathsof

i! Hot Springt .. for'sdatic'rheumatism, but X

'.I get more.relief: .Ballard's Snow Liniment

::1 ,.'.., .. ; than an medicine or anything I have ever tried

: -Inclosed find postoffice order for&00., SaId as f. Ii
;. $ il I large bottle by Southern Express." .J

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THREE 'SIZES: 25c 50c :AND $1.09
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BE' lURE'you..ort THE GENUINE

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,,,, i f' ";' ..::. of .the;rest of the,world;aretar instinct
< "..,.."S. :"man7t.itwotdditeemMtIk ; '. : ] output ,The maternal ST. LOUIS U. S. A.

.'.-_-.;.,%" t''i '!_ ;.real. ....'home.. 'crf.Bruita'Claua,'.the''' i I 'from. '"Cfn1at.W.Vfionneberg has;noof la universal among- little girls, of # ,

L. ':!! f1!'-f; .;<",'to 'Pl&- ; .6------2-..:,1118 _"JIIII1J...". r others ,ilkemannfact>:rp whatever nationality. i -

.,.' i.;; ..ii].[h stn ma1e.ia: :!ne1W, ', oya,43adnstthan and tbf entire popnlathm is on aver, 2,000 women and girls act as v.F;

',.. \:.ts"",.ti1'tt.h.: e4,.'.:..tr... ""'wtol_ f. (..tor. ;": [ w itClaos'spigroll.UOf; \ one kind, ofdcihilone dressmakers for the dolls., Some of the

:* ;et: where have dwelt so. m TtiiAta; ( Sonnebergmakes: 2,000.000 a toilets. .are .very:;:elaborate and followthe'prevailing SOLD AND, RECOMMENDED BY i
year;tsnd;the. total'ChristmM ,tradeMdngs if i:
closely
:" !;r.(1t dwarfs andtalries.lTilrts toonsaftd_ i styles as as IEJfClOSS'PBAUACy'ttrnsmLB. and EAU GAUJE PHiESAOT, ElU GALLS5
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:,' !...- ".i"aie btwyall throtyh Wei J8II1:. :, : ito-the Sonnebergers' 16,000,000 they were made'for. 'duchesses or'reigning
'):[nR; SaDt-' Clau'ddef wtroeialbop i't.. .
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: i -J i W- RailwayI
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'' T .l.'ic. icfas ** -.t-i,
.;>,, .: \ ,il'c TampaVCIjHf.- ._... Industry.Foilowing .' :' 'i tTralrKill ClBqrI ., K."Barton. of Jacksonville ,representative

"'.- ,,';"' -a' --.it''" :'Ii't I je of Merry. day & Col, 'crate EFFECTIVE AUG. (S. 1905.
.
;are interesting;, 'excerpts The early train .Thursday. '.morning <<' INoSO"

':.J ;j from ,thea_ '" ",.J; of/" the;localt.corn I'brought 'in'a large." black bear,' whichhad'met'hls manufacturers, of .Palatka, spent NO M Na36Dy. i
: ; tletwe.n JseksonvWe and N.w York. Nof
#;J.J"\'; '!'apoadentTheYNevToikcTgbica'a J ; death "Wednesday' night- Thanksgiving Day In Fort Pierce, at Dailv. j Dany. -
"
m:: the Stetson House. Mr. Barton Is 750'') p-9 10 a Lv Jacksonville &..___..80. Ry. Ar. 'iOO a == 8 20
...f .f. thelast\lssue:: of-that' : :exceUeitirOurnaii' in a-collUlon with afreight twelve 1215 a ._____ 120 P Lv.l3avannah. .._._.__- By. Ar. 4 ao a .011 pp ,
::.'.i',.,:, J.4 .,' '.S1 v' :'_. .:"" ,. n'ineotith-oi':Ocala. The bear was well known among the
-..:<:;-4f-... .:..;i1, -,:.CJgMs.: dgars.-cigarsi .'WelVfthlsTampaHaTaMdgar a' large':one,- weighing' between three the East'Coast, having been selling 642 p _____ 668 a -Ar. Richmond Va____...__.. &y. Lv. 11 SO P == 11 ao <

? (;' ; '- __ '" rate' to them ,for the past fourteen 950 SO .Ar. D. c.-----80. LT. _
'::,t 1' ,fnduatrJ..Is via in and four, hundred pounds and'attract.. a Washington By 1061 I t ao p
$ 1125 5n a Ar. Baltimore Md..o.P. R. R Lv. 612 .. 8 ae r
He Is'a careful observer of -.7. J
,!? deed-i- nnitielowjand far beyond ed considerable. attention. The ursine years., J S p..9. pAr. Philadelphia Pa,.... :._P. R. R L,. 333s. -.. I AI P
-
'f. f -" i crops and conditions and reports that 6 30 : p Ar. New York, N.Y.-----.P. R. R Li'- UO __ 1215-
.. ,tbB;fondest'dreams (the courAgeous tragedy;ocurred In'. ,hammock. The ,
the pineapples are in fine conditionfor
Jl ,:., pioneersiwho'planted.the, :'in- exact reason why,his lordship should Nos. 33 and 34"Sew York and Florida Express." Daily Pullman Drawing Boom
., the coming Large sales of
-b>'fiij'l; crops. Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. ,
." "dustry in Tam L"; 'For a,number or remain/on the :track and allow' a
: : "
crate :material have been made this Noa. 29 and "Washington( and Florida Limited. Daily Pullman Drawing Boon
...'t&J/r.;;; :-weeks 'afcipmeirji'of, .. h,cigars, t;from, freight-train'to. hit, him' Is a' questioniihichwili Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. '
r- already in of last
season, excess year, -
.: 'i ;rthe Tampa .-factories',haTe;na ub to probably, never be solved.Although .. No. *B
Mr. Barton expressed' belief thatno of the "
Dais 1'hroagh"Tb.Land
.! ,over.-,thousand.:, ':cases* ,i week"and :there.are a good many bears Sky D ty.

"' '5';;''''' -;- dose" on totiDeadre1pkagesofs ; Ih'the*State jet t,thin is"the first time enterprise is based on any firmer 755p" Lv. Jacksonville Fla,-----..--...._.__....__.._._8o.By. Ar. "'a OOalUa

,< <, ; ___ = i foundation than the pineapple Indus 18 15 a LT. Savannah Ga.,-.-...-....-..:_' ..._._._._..__....80. By Ar. .410 a
t'>' c: r .-.r....-_ ,4" -,., ft of i 'cf that-'one. has.beeJi..kDowu, to. .be,:so In'all 6 CO a150p Ar. Columbia,8. C....__.___.._...._...__...So. J]'. LT.
.:y t There- arc:;six,points l' ,where these careless as to a1lcnr .BUell an- acidentto try. his fourteen years dealingw4h Ar. AabevUle. N.)C-.....___..;..____._.__.._-So. By, L",, 415 p
our growers losses on tad. accounts 237p800p Ar. Hot Sprinp. N.C-----....-...._.___.'Jo. Ey. 1.\0, 12 U &
;) '' .receiv oc -A.'J..Thayer, Jr.. will mount than Ar. Knoxtlle.Tenn,......................._.____..,..80. By. LT. aM a '
<,G r -t z ed'snd.pnfaboird'thetrtln, : :; .two, cf the skin,',which .an'unusually;: beautiful have been less one-half of 8 15: a Ar. Cincinnati Ohio..._.._..._..__._.______________._-Q. A C. Lv. 8 tl p
-
'" 1 Cent.
per and on last year's accounts
'
/!:. which are the oiDoeeand'store rooms one. This. ie' indeed.'s most remarkable Not 29 and -Pullman Drawing Boom and Buffet Sleeping Can between Jacksonville and

'. l of .the Southern 'Express.' ''The :Atlantlc : occurrence, all the more so not' a dollar, remains'UDPald:- St. Louis, daily.
record that is
a unsurpassed and prob-
3* Cast: Line and the'JBeahoard that It should occur, & the oldest settled f
I ably UDlaralleJed.-Fort Pierce Trib- No. IS Bet..D.JaeboDTW..Dd&h. north sad Wut. No.14
,
t'it' "" haveeach: ,a .depot in.-.Tampa proper State'In the Union. Never was I
; une. -.._._ -74 P Lv. Jacksonville, 80. ______..___........_.._.. -t 8 a :.
: and in:Ybor .City. At ,the close of such an occurrence known even in the _..._ 800. Ar. Macon. 80. Ry------.._....._...._..Lv. IU a .L...

's the.day'when;.the towering loads'of comparattrely new States of the wlid ....._._ 620. Ar. Atlanta, So By---------------------_..._.Lv 150 p?.-:.:.. "
COMIIISpen Caused Death .__.___ 945 Ar. Chattanooga, So By.__._____.__.__.._.._.Lv. .U ___ .
'F cigar cases "come, In, for the nightfrerghts I andwooly West,such as Colorado or "Harry Dock well, aged 25 years choked ______ 740 P AI' (1.5ncianati Queen&Creecent.___._...._....Ly. 830 aI840 -.._

the, jcjerks are., just about Montana-Bt Petersburg Times. to death early yesterday morning at == P Lv.Cincinnati: Big Four Bol1te---L 1 O ___

-.,m' driven to 'desperation,, for 'the cigars his home in the presancu'of his wife and _______ 710. Ar. Chicago Big Four Route_______________...Lv. ao ..-.._

must: go." Jobbers haTe wired the Huge ,Task child. He contracted a slight cold a few -. -M P Lv.CIDCinnati. Penn. Unes---_._.......-......Ar. 645 .. -.__
.....___..________
days ago and paid but little attention to a Af. Chicago. PenD. Line .Ly. 840 _.._
*'mend'u8 It hnsre task nndertake the -------8-
factories to cigars! WeS was a tn
I of it. _Yesterday morning he was seized 43 P Lv. Cincinpati C. H. &; D.-Mouoo_____.__. .Ar. 740 a ..._
each bad
Wsnt'them, Quick!? Saturday is the cure that of C. a F.'Collier case of of kidney Cherokee.diseaseas Is. with a fit of coughing which continuedfor _._..._ a Ar. Chicago. C. H. k .- _________ ." IOS ...__

great shipping''day-:", sooieof. the' bat Electric Bitten did it. He write,: some time. His wife sent for physician == 9..45 P Lv Cincinnati C. H. & D.-I ch. Cent-...._..=-Ar. 700 11(==
.-, work hat before he coald arrjve, another coughing .___... S 20.. Ar.Toledo Co H. t; D;Mich. Cen&--LT. 11.0 p __
.r i depots' the. ; 'Is not -completed. un. "M/ kidneys were so far gone I could spell came on and Duckwell died r..___ 7 25 a Ar. Detroit C. H. k -Mich. Cent---_.._Lv. 1000 ___

tin long ,fitter, midnight, so .great is, not sit on a' chair whhont a cushion; suft'OCIition.8& Louis Globe Democrat -.....__ -8 SO P Lv. (Cincinnati Penn. Lines.--__.....______._.Ar. I SO a _-_

the'rnsh.at the end'of the'week. and headache suffered and from, dreadful ion. In backache Electric, Dec. 1st. 1901. Ballard's Horehound ___.... IS M a AI' Pittsbnrg. Penn. Lines..._...___.....__...._ 8111 ...._.

z =' The factories' turn.' dfp..s Syrup would have saved him. 25e. == 930 P Lv. CincinnatI, Big _..______..............._ 650 a==
k Tampa are now : Bitten, however, I found a cure, anti Sy 50c and 11 00. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy I 45 a Ar. Cleveland Bill Font.___...._...._....___Lv. 9 30 p -
them restored health ==== =
'ins'out. more ,than a minion cigars a I recommend was this to perfect and Eau Gallic Pharmacy, Eau Gal- ______ 5 SO P LT. Lexington, So Ry-_____..____.__._._.......Ar. 1045 a .......
;c v' day:;' The pay roU'Is $600,000 it great medicine to" lie, Fla. ___:__ 810 pAr. Louisville, So Ry.________...._...._.._..Lv. 7 40. __
F" all with weak kidneys, liverorstomach. ....._ 7 32.. Ar St. Louis So. Ry_..__...................__. -L:. 1010 It--
month. ,There has,been ,shipped from Guaranteed at Red Cross Pharmacy, price
,y the Tamps factories'since' January 1 ,60c. In Nassau N. P., they are talkingof Nos. 13 and 14-The Florida Limited." Daily Solid Vestibule Train Through Day

-'y,. to, 'November 11,- 185,355,000 cigars, !Ic I having ,wireless telegraphy, electric Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati

Weekly Crop Report. lighting .of streets, more shade a
thsa
: just 19,100,000, more were sent No. 5 No. 13 Between: Jacksonville and Kansas City. f No. 14 No b
) the'' & The following is the weekly crop report Wee, telephone service and otter

'dot during. same'c"; period of last sent. out by the Florida Section up-to-date modern improvem. nts.- .______ 745 p Lv. Jacksonville Fla, So. By---__._._......_. -Ar 9S5aHWp __

t',' year. For'the, week., ending November ......_ 520. Ar. Atlanta, Ga., So. BySo. ____.____.__.____....LT..LT.. ...._
11 the' shipments amounted tot Bureau at Jacksonville: Miami News. _____..12 01 a Ar. Birmingham Ala. By________._.._...... 405 p ..._
"Although there were several days .______ 805 P Ar. Memphis. Tenn., Frisco.----------------.LT.ILT.. 8 15 a _....
B.035,000, cigars.. ,nearly, .,a. million a ______. 940 a Ar. Kansas City, Mo., Frisco___________.___. flSOpNos. __
when
the temperature was below .normal
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day. The entire output last.1e&r was
; 13 and 14-"The Florida Limited." Daily.
the ,week as a whole, averaged
'' 167,630,000 cigars. _Marreloufudus- JuSTONE
R EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE.
than the normal sections
warmer AU
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: try and wonderful growth! J. C.LUSK DUtrlet FawenKer Al'ent.l08 West Bay St"M'.Ja.ekaoatiU..11aoC.

t Think,what H means'tn,movements pf the State received fairly well distributed : ) H.TAYLOK.O.P.
HARD WICK,P. T. M. BROOKS G.tN.A. G.P.A.
rains the greatest amounts it. H.
: WORD Out word bIt
of-the hands .to cut. twIsX, shape select ,

: band, inspect, pack aVd box the occurring over southern ant western
districts. Although rains will do Tutt's
qtr xIx 1St''.355,040. cigars.... which ,haTe.. been ,
r Bent ,to-, the, smokers, -, of the country much good the long drought has caused refers Dr.Tutt's Liver Pills and The "
Bridgeport
a serious delay and shortage in
% this year to date! It has,.been found CLEANS HEALTH.Are
' c ier nt'hands winter vegetables. In the extreme .
that: 120 actually you constipated?
'' I s- touch aileaf",of tobacco-' in.its course south, portion, of the State vegtables Troubled with indigestion?

have >pushed forward on the low Sick headache?
"The Motor that Motes"Simple
:% j from 'the> tender' ,, .sprouting plant to lands. Vlrtigo?
They have: suffered seriouslyon
the Bilious?
the.cigarwhich" lights to
uplands throughout the State. Citrus a Insomnia? -
enjoy and all I for .a "good,smoke.", ANY of these symptoms and many others
,fruits are being shipped in large Reliable Durable
.. A mint.of_ .money for .the Cuban tobacco Indicate inaction of the LIVER.
J. quantities The fruit ,is booming ex STou. NeedTutt"sPi Guaranteed to run
:.. growers oil dealers; millions
: eu.ent,1nJavor. The last of the corn and glee satisfaction
z of dollars for,the..labor,In making Into
crop was housed and much activity Makes motor-boating a pleasure
cigars; bank vaults depleted to '
continues_ in syrup ,m k1ng. At the lls I Makes working-boats increase
purchase, ,the finished product of the
close. of the week the weather was '
', 'Tampa factories, and much of the profits
fair and cold
over all districts except
'small.change in the pockets of the Study our methods of construction
the extreme, south, where rain was Take No Substitute.
20,000,000" or, more smokens throughout and you will discover why
.... falling. .
the country is what this Tampa
"THE BRIDGEPORT"
Isa =
s clear Havana cigar industry meansto Heart Flattering '

Undigested food and in' the term Whited Co. r otor.thd Motes"
Tampa'and the country generally.TampavTimes. gaa Stomach I

.: located just below the heart presses LOUISVILLE, KY.LI.Mi f ...

j against it and cause, hart palpitation. ............>../..un.
'Clear thinking; decisive, at;ton, vim When your heart troubles you Jn, that ......... BRIDGEPORT MOTOR CO. inc

and vigor of body and mind, t&nkrt. }.. i way take Heroine for a few days.You FURS i#
F rt--r -all' who noe Ifi'Ueri will soon be all right. 50c a bottle. Sold by Bridgeport Conn.F. I
of life, cnmeatn j Red Crocs 'aid Hld s. Iftk Tw',aau lk,. 4 j ,ttractlen ,
and
''Rnckt- Monntain Tea. 35 ivnS rt$ or Pharmacy, Eau'Gallie ...... j ,' ,
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L : Ait.:wbea. .,.an appeal: ;taken .
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e ee of ties ; ;aunt-aiudtr the'sentence of cry and:corruptioa ia poetics if to_be AGENTS:. .' -:. '. '

tWo"... .7e&r1. ;:. the'former;"bat mist etches afinnf. 11cateYeiae'atTlcoart7o .< definitely out of tiTa attar Jan.'1 with. 1" : ,
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.:1'o- ;: : : holds it: least 'f Vh=.lJIi ctf'l'o.Tne 4 BRADYdt. BRO, Titusville .. '
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A ii: _....Y.n tr..1D. that:tbe7appellantby prosecuting=snappealwatvei'aU Pennsylvania: announcement- that ':
-.rte January:," He 'fPta'aga1nlt'b IDt af ter that date no free"panes over any ;JOS.PAXTON. i Eockledge : -

R: ;>' '4..lt$UrtdistmguishottK. ,. placed'Wce In jeopardy for:the suns of its toes,will be Issued except.to actual I.. 8 ARDEBg Coco -- : '" y. :
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-, .' .. fed:from"_ -: Offense?and that.the entire case Is sub employee of the:cocapenyPne: : ,. .... ..

_. ,.I..:,: er 'bj' '';.P;' ject'tojreYiexr This will,'affect Indirectly ident Caasatt. and his adnsers. roused 'E. B..MTBCSBonaventureBEEGMANN; < T u .
.!.. criminal practice In the state the 6d ,the .rate .
.:"). 't '\jparei,' wearing I tie by ;general agitation 8.. Kerritt' ; .
.-. '-J: ,' > t4 J an;=;so1d1tub- fronts aa'.well, and the'result Is likely legislation question. evidently are en- ;
: Tt.mt.t Atonedclaw* i to be fewer:appeals for purposes of de deavo/tng to take the,bull by the horns>>: '0 y )

':x> -> ? ; "bummer coatI lay;: The case involved Is that of timeFlllplnoawho and lead.the way to'a general. 'discontinuance r yR ;

;}i WW TC t;tMcy reatf :Bingham-:ofl 'badc'been: convicted of of.the piss policy which has W

,,:. ', >snMjliiirtav. .< however; sWl. *Jiasl the murder" ;ta the second de ne"bj' 'the cost-'the railroads such.vast sums. and
", !':. oaogoa l..titOTingth6'oatfrtoTtheMloct lower court and :of homldde by thePhUfpptnisui has worked so much.injustice to" the '

'r ;ilp ":.Mtef::by"reason of',longest! ; 'eme'court. public as .a .whole. Thia action was ,

-., entmt>wiservk:: .:f,lTather.. of: the ,.Thaabea: Private- ButintM.TheNew .., followed 'with similar announcementsby .
i
'..,'", ;8 He iiie.'! .[ '-;:1'f' ,'W; ,,..''' ',York:court of'appeals decided. the 'Beading. Jersey Central- and .L BRADY & BBO, .'t,. ., : .
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r Tht' ..fret"h'0" nnmbeeof bUlil .'In r a test ease to the effect that New York Centrallystems.. mK

,-' w .the house>wasXadmjtt" th &ta>.tlcbt speculators have: no cause Groceries Hay Grain and all Food Products!* 1

.a .. ; Pklahoma, and. Indian,. of.action: for damages through: being I ART LETTERS I ,

:.::t.:,f' ,' '_' _.,,one state.. F0ttier measures"exceptional prevented- from"selling ticket taTfront We handle produce of all kinds.. We ire afents for Mipe Fertiliien. We deal exclusively .. is y t
,: ,, eCyo te} 'lnte est''wbicltbitwtgelaelntoahe of, 'theaters. The' court 'regards the in th .i bore lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consnmere. Write as for prices OBGrab. '' s I. # : )

'. :legislative.hopper .theater as a private business.; Winner of Big Art Scholarship.. ...nd all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L.BRADY &; BRO.. ,Th'ullY aU...* Fu. _
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;1: 5m 'Vas's Philippine,tariff bill,, ad- >Horrors of the Oyster FleetTheTwprst Paul Chalfln of.New York is the artist j, 4. s
x, ; ; podurt8.tree \DID1IIIi: of crime and cruel to whom the Lazarus scholarship, 15,
.1. stories ",AGONER CO.
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'', >'"_;oz>i">_ .*'r tobacco. -1ff' .. "aiid''sugar.'. slavery on board the "Chesapeake baJ consisting of $3,000 a year for' three !)

""' tJi7:25. per',cent:of: the oyster! boats have been"oDJlftD ),bl years and' traveling expenSes' to Europe Hay grainFruitand -

iti c1It1t.flliam..free" ,tradewith the cruise.of the revenue' cutter Wln-: has been awarded. ,Heia thirty Staple and Fancy Groceries ; ail Hiude, *- a
r "1 PlilJltplne. and: freer trade"'TvithllCanida dom by order of the president More one years old and a student at the National ,

.1t :;a.:dozen' or* noN bills for the than .100 boats were boarded and Innearly Academy of Design. VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY it;

: -, a:.Ot;jaltroid, 'ratesIncluding, .every case It was found that Mark Twain' Birthday Party.' ,
f;; .,...<"..n.. gpared ty:Mesfrs Bsch> and' the crews had been shanghled or deceived Samuel Clemens, the world famous Titusville. a I Florid.a. #

?TowgNOrlimd-the"bill'making i.n'ap- ,Into' going on board. The ar American; humorist, better known as .

._ tIaD.. t'luoo.OOO.for_. work on tides" of agreement':whleh they had Mark, Twain 'was seventy years old .

,F _o Panama anaJ;:,- signed stipulated the payment of blood Dec. 5, and the occasion was celebratedby .

i: T'bieeutal. lippropilaco'aiter be- money to.the crimpers,'or agenbvwho .a banquet at Delmonico's, New
Send Job to The Star Office a
.I"'f xe..:Itnc; ,};e.;..|i6i:?$..,000, .. >0p0.' 'was.'rualred! rounded up the'victims from among the York with Editor George Harvey as your Printing .i. *-

t.;. .)tIaroaIk.finch a special rule, The sum unemployed of Philadelphia.: Baltimore the host and 170 friends .and fellow j; f

H:- propdated. is to be reimbursed to the. and other eastern cities. The bugeye craftsmen in literature as guests, including .
{f7.-;tmswy oat f of'tbe.sale. of'c canal bonds'- Sadie K:Gibson, on which McCabe and manJprominent .

{:aattttrUM. | lader:ti e_Spooner. -act;' ,,and. Clarke' were shanghled, later to be f s' women .

4....r ;," ;; bonds; tare(placedw. on thee found dead on Devils island was over- _._45 writers. A SAN MATED CIGARS


N t fhe gbvfrnment-gl, ; detailed statement placed under surveillance. Captain f from .

l a .'ehtIe penditures for,the.canal: is totelftrngrcmlBimuaJly Muir of the bugeye John B. Bobbins President Roose- The success of, the San Mateo Cigaris

,' 1' y 1 !made, : on the was arrested on.the charge of beating velt was read, one of the greatest triumphs .,, t

\,.:1I> dp .the?session.. .Opposition George Smith a Philadelphia boy. Another 'end W. D. How- of the East Coast since the freeze. 1
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+ iet'eleir apea, on both sides: of .the.tgpa4beGtOtheiiecouattng'made cruise of the revenue cutter IB ells, the veteran

by under way. ,novelist proposed it
_" !ffih'commisslon' because large ** the healthof Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula! of Florida and the j i
adrertislagand The Town Topics Boomerang. Twain as a Island of Cuba can produce, and wrapped with the rich, flUky leaf grown on East t
acme'
Moped inderfrelg4 ,
-t<'f yeere The libel charge brought by Editor "who first Coast plantations, the cigar industry of the world has never produced a better article. 1\' '; .,
j g\% : -others charges :without Mann of Town Topics agalnsjt the editors man For sale by all the' leading hotels and clubs and by the Union News Company e \
.. :-lI ftffldent details to;nitethui 1Dt ll1. of all had the
"; and proprietors of.Collier's Weekly on every train entering Florida. -
friendship of the
'1ib1 .
at New York has proved a boomerang Mark Twain. t

!+it::.senate"The mor4.twportant'new.bUIs were Porakert,rate bill m, McCumbera tile- thus far counsel in the hearing.for Collier's, The has examination and then. in a peculiar whole degree world, the, Manufactured by s. W. ROWLEY, San Mateo, Fla. .. > '
by "-
rti : food adulteration bill, Gal- friendship of a few." He read a son 4
Inside
flood of light on the
thrown a
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; -,.\Unger's$'IbIp subsidy 'bill and Culber- workings of the society paper in con- net to the American Joke in master '. i a t't'
J n bill to the giving of camby mood ending with "Mark Twain mademe. 4
ton a prevent nection with the book publishing t.
;' In responding Mr. Clemens madea
1:<: 'palgn ,funds. insurance .companies schemes known'as Tads and Fancies"and
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speech full of wit and pathos ostensibly
or,,otneii corporations. Smart Set" Incidentally '
i "America's teach others how to live be ;
to to
.r. 'S fMit, ..n't lerneNgata.Banks.ri the connection of Justice Deuel J
.. -- + seventy. He told facetiously of his The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Go.
./ On ',motion! of Senator, Tillman of with these shady enterprises has been humble birth his early poverty, his ae
:..?\ South Caroilna,the aeoate.called on the brought Into prominence. Letters signed passion for tobacco and the Irregular 'I. ,

ecretary! .of the treasury for Information by Mann and Deuel were put in evi regularity of his habits." He said of
;l! as twhat nationai banks, if any. dence disclosing the methods of appeal? late he had stopped frolicking with MACHINE SHOPS r

!t ;had made contributions to the' cam lug to the vanity weakness of rich men mince pie after midnight(he had always -

t x ; :pilga'ttladoot. political_ parties. In bis who like to see their names 'and pictures believed it wasn't loaded) and

7 8PMd1 it.zTlfln i referred to the recent hi print One letter from Justice that .he had, made it a rule to never L
n j teat_.7jQ ;5enator;Tlatt'con- Deuel to Mr. wooster" the solicitor for smoke more than one cigar at a time. Plumbing and Metal Work +;. t
r and Fancies on his way to
MnBallej
jernti Issuance donation "Fads
.i- His serious point was that "we cau't
t- sited lithe., contributions hadr Palm Beach. FUu, ,expressed the hope reach old age by another ,man's road,1" *
% wturaed by the Republican committee that the people at Palm Beach wouldbe
.. .b4 ; ;1 ". like "David Crockett's C OD-allyou i Humpwdinck In America. BUILDERS' HARDWARE, PAINTS & OILS,

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need'to do is to point your gun and Engelbert Humperdinck the famous

every high toned desirable dtisen at composer of Germany, has recently
I LEGALCRIMINALTlviee I Palm Beach may tumble instantly into been the guest of Germans at New Agricultural Implements ii

your basket"Dr. York, where be came to superintendthe -

f Murder.... MoLeod.Acquitted.. introduction of his new opera.
6int ne* 'LaW7er.AlbtrtT.. Patrick, who.,for Dr. Percy D. McLeod was found not ,
two yean has been confined in the guilty of the charge of being an accessory Grip Quickly Knocked: Oat T 1

f T .Ceath.house at Sing Stag awaiting his after the fact to the crime by "Some weeks ago during the eevrr
; fate in the electric chair for the mnr4i which Susanna Geary the Boston winter weather both my wife and myself *

:der: of William U. Rice, his wealthy chorus girl met her death, as the testimony contracted severe colds.which speedily
' UC1'eeceutdt cltent, eta lbrOupt before of Hunt and Crawford, who developed into the worst kind of)la trips>e

,the New X*k'dieme courtto pleaded guilty to being accessories, with all its miserable of pympton?," pay The Engine is the Heart of the Boat
Mr. J. & Egleeton, Maple Landing,
the as un
discarded by Jury
resentenced the court'of appeals was
he ;
pwe.. "Kuees and joints aching muscles
.having decided against his various motions worthy. The latter two were sentenced sore, head stopped up eyes and nose \ Don't have a good boat with 4

t for delay and tetchy, Although to not less than six and not more than running, .th alternate spells of chills and a bad heart Don't spoil a va I''

I pretested',by tcounjel, : Mr; Patrick seven years in state's: prison.POLITICAL. (ever. We began using Chamberlain's cation or a cruise because of a t e {.

; natotei ill addressing the court in his Cough Remedy, aiding the same with a poor, uncertain engiae. Regal ,

p 4 own. behalf,"saying that that,'the he had evidence new I L I dose Tablets of,Chamberlain's and by its liberal Stomaeh use soon and Liver com marine engines are four cycles
absolute
and proof "
pletely knocked out the grip. These automobile type with jump .t1t
mannfac-
wii false and .
against him fixed J or.the La Follctt,'. Last ,.....8.. Tablets' promote a healthy action of the spark ignition. Rated 1} h. p., F_
"tared. execution .
His waai bowels, liver and kidneys which is always
Governor La Follette of Wisconsin 3h.p.and5h.: p: in tingle cylinder '
; week of Jan.7 22. beneficial when the system is congested
Mr. RAMMM'Kx Mtlte4s went before tho' Wisconsin legislature by a oold or attack of the grip. 8 b. p. and 15 b. p. in

) to death- in person and read his annual message. For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. double cylinder! and 30 h. p. in e'
fie ,waa pot
Mrs $lart,8ogtrt announced that some
In which he time four cylinder engines.
state's.
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y: m the Vermont $Qu. ..n-oJ
fcy,hanging during the session he would resign the Ui.a d
.prison, Windsor, ,Dec a after extraordinary } governorship take,his seat in the RIcky Mountain Tea NuggetsA -Yrtto far )swat tsetL- s

'i :*':' .efforts of attorneys and sympatalsers failed-.,J United States senate to which the legislature Buy Mtdiaiu 6r fcuy PeopU.Eeabb ,Deal makes say kIn! ol trraj ;. { '

'J, to obtain reprieve had elected'him'last January. His Brisp Ooldm ud &entwtd Tigcs ..at abort ta IIIW nUl ; e, t:
to'move Governor Bell. The governor A fpeeifle for Cboatlmtiaa, Indiwtiom Lire .
asks railroads be .
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message that.the you MM otr etixlogsa. '
public sentiment hi Termont o Kfcteer TraobtM.nmpto. Eczema,Import
:*" declared that compelled to keep account of all business pfr sad_ Bratfe. Shunrteh Bowels, HwdactaaaftBackacbR. '
.ui against interferenc withk1..thet ItlsBoeky Maintain Tea to tab Gasoline Co.: Coldwater Mich. .. '
; done In separate from Engine .
Wisconsin
Regal .
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.... of "' taw, .fttlUo"i1Woir fifiud < let t form. 8S cents bor. GeBuIDemMa toy .
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:: nl' ohStod ,, jaccounts :of' basinets done U other HflMjam Dam CMTAX' Madtaou,wla.
bf Also aaiafaCtBrers tie fuumi legal Stattoaary Englaei.
-. hates and also submit a statement: of MUCH HOGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE ,
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i.tit : ;MreBracdidge: i.Tbe'Ldie'j Aid"Society' met at".thehomeof The funeral services were held Wednesday :

-t- ;/iI*ngMrsJemeeL.Orswfordbutare: : :: : : MriC: Frank:Hatch on .Thursday 'afternoon'and the body. laid.,to rat. $1. O 8 '. '{ > 'if '.. .:
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.ss....., :'sister" 1 t months" yi nlee refreshments of.tea;cake and' wafers { Mrs. Arnold was a' good Christian I 1;;;CLAPP'S a'j l'f. .

-' ';: ; one :bar been bnsy> shipping were_.,served,,by. Ms. hatch. .Q I woman, a devoted wife and mother' and : ., 10 '11iE&JI"
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: .-oranfw and tangerines: ep ciaulf-Jhe ;" "" ; ever ready, to minister to the sick and '..

;-r' Cht stmu"markets, bat .now will.,rest Hollieter'a i RockvMountain Tea is aim- needy. We join' with many" .friends. in to $t,b 9, "
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,}"Jj', ;; : Gotahal left for hiaDortherntMondajr''to streagthandnew':viffor. It makes you ,

-:-1'1-.:' r'. -hoete ,bringcus| ..wIfi< .";: .end.ehtldreo. well and druggist.keeps yon well. 35 cents; .AskS Shoes iI,I&tlIM ..ifr .

.._. ;t. ., jifll .';that acbool': l5 opened you t Dyingof.l'amIae *, $5 O to J3.iif; .
: :the( 'l lerGtAiaccompanied i contiaaetheir'studies.# Is in its torments like of ,
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Tltawville Monday:snd.'wh'de >bett-tb "When I had consumption in its first .. .

:..it Q ,; ;;1>later was: initiated .into the, m Leaof Don't'forget the Christmaa'' tree at the- stages;; writes Wm. Myers, of Cearfoer, Complete line'of everything that men and bojs,wear i- i < C
: Md."after trying different medicines anda
ti '4 y -Woodcraft.' v It R.-icb-onlhe..25'h. instJ We sell the best that can bay ,'.
money
':, {>:'ti' good doctor;in vain, I at last took Dr. yAH

,\; '1ii';; 4ire: Janaes 1*; .Criwford ;'returned to:. ,.'Bi: dopes" of"iHorti, .is' finishing hislianhTln King's New Discovery,".which quickly goods marked in plain figures,'strictly. oa jwice t0&11r1XA .

-Irt :Scranton:to'spend Chrretmaa'but, will," 'Hodgson'Bros.' boat-.yard this and perfectly cored me. cols relief if-
and sure core for coughs sore .'
1 %La OB.DEa&: A sPEOJAMES : = T 'rx' -
'*. family ,Inditnola aboot the week.
her to ';
: :Arinf : throat, bronchitis, etc. Positively prevents r' ;r ,
'11f-.r. :fleet of January, tlwi winter home being vMore shell is aniiollor the streets of pneumonia. Guaranteed Red .
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in ordotto atart'housekeeping.., ," Cross Pharmacy, price 50c and flOOa. PBITCHAKD. W.M..BiOWN,VIW.." .it ;
::2.S ;. # Eau
,-,.:. Gallie. This town shows a marked bottle. Trial bottle free WINSTON 8.
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% Many little card parties mark the open. Aealdy W.sthar Bcport.u. INDIAN
."Sir.m :; the launch ccIA>oieii' to' meet Miss San ,
log ot.&be:winter season. They are much .a.OXPAXTXIKT or AQBICCLTUU WXATB ;
.t : -deraoa and,her.' friend Miss C. V. Wbitiig MBUtlAU.Jcrrru < a m.i
,, enjoyed by those,present. COUNTY' DEPOsrroa-r. ,
who.U 'atod.inc'It Stetaon, They I
: ; ;, FLA. Dec. 19. 19Oa.' .
The J. F. of Melbourne J. F. Powell Authorized Capital___.$100,000.00 '
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writ spend the holiday vacation.,at Bamboo Comparative statement of temperatures Paid np Ca ltal.-1 25,000.00 i
:,1I\'j.: -. Lodge "* of Waukegan, WIS., ,owner, was onHodgeon and rainfall. for the week ending 1904 Tuesday Average Deposits-1200,00000

'a ways ,this week, being over .1905 TRANSACTS A ;
,The Hotel ,Indianola is now ,open for DATE.Dec. HAT. MIH. ...X. MIS.

i"'-'".r:'' .the season' and the following, are: ,.registered hauled., ". 14.13.. 77 77 71 65 78 73 60 53 General Banking Business..

; 'ed at this 'popular house: )Ir. M. A. The 'launch Crescent, of the Florida 15. 76 70 78 58
i\i; May and'wife, Dr 'F. 8.. 'May, wife "and Fish & Produce company, is in Ean Gal 44 16. 73 62 63 47 Largest and Oldest -1I :
17. 69 55 71. 50 i Bank the Hirer. '
j child, Mrs. Mary,,St ben, Mr. ,Clarence lie to be hauled' out on Hodgson's marine tt 18. 6i 49 62 43 on __
t Robert, Mr. W. 'A. Brown):wife, _daugb railway., 19. '71 50 70 46 Exchange Bought and Sold on All -1i-- s
'- Total rainfall for the week 1.49 inch. Foreign Countries. t
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ter son. .
A Christmas-tree is shown in
: pretty Departure rainfall for the week plus 0.86 Patronage appreciated. Prompt service,
; above party are from:Birmingham, ,Abu, tWhen the windows of the West End Pharmacy. inches. polite treatmentand every favor consistent :
b --- This : Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, plus with conservative banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS .
is decoration for
a pleasant laxative a very appropriate 7.19 inch.
want a
F take Chamberlain's yon Stomach and liver the I ea on.' -- ,H.Official P. HABDIIT in Charge., Empire Trust Company. N. Y.: narida. > .,f \- It J

Tablets., For sale ,by.Red. ': Cross Pharm-. The Misses Anna and'Minnie Danforth Bank &Trust Company Jacksonville t ,. : d j

may.a returned to Ean Gallie on' Saturday last .;-'"
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
OOOOA. after a week's pleasant visit at Melbourne Get Ready For Christmas !II! -:.- !

_ftcj Beach the of Admiral and Mrs. f''t .f
I Our town is a busy place with shoppers as guests r t

V And the tourists flitting here1 and there. J. H. Gillia. \ a SCREENS", .1. .' ? l

returned from Mima Alex Near returned to Eau .Gallie this \'s\ i
its .CapLCojigin has t -
N r kMI t I. week after completing his Fort Pierce "
.bere'he has been busily engaged shipping -
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bin'crop of orangee.&r contract Mr. Near will now drive a well For doors and windows :

for P. A. McMillan, owner and proprietor
_ Maurice Weinberg and bride .reUirned of the Inn. i covered with any wire. 'i
hut week from their wedding to rand
# home Palmetto avenue. The superintendent.of the M.'E. Sabbath .
are at on EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY co. .
school, W. R. Roesch, is sparing no ==.. ,
Mr. Casey is having k club' 'house, pav- I pains to make the children's tree: the suc- Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material., ,

ilion and"Idock built- on Dixon's: point. cell that it always is. Come early if you Eau Gallie Florida.

'It.commands. a fine view of the river for want a comfortable seat Christmas eve- ::1

miles. ning it the M.JL church. J.JL WALKER. H. B. WeE.
,_ .The turpentine still and camp of G. E. ,

r 4 I 'Pritchett, at Delespine, will shortly be Beautifying methods that injure the ttf)(...,.( JOHN R. WALKER & CO.

saved to the.new location .southwest ofehis skin and health are dangerous. Be beautiful
r, place. without discomfort by taking Hollis- Send your orders for Holiday Titusville Fla.
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ter's Rocky Mountain Tea. Sunshiny
Goods to
... Mr.and Mrs. C. E. Mormon, Master faces follow its nse. 35 cents. Ask your

R- Eugene H Morrison\ and maid, of Philadelphia druggist.
R. L. MOTLOW
1 ,'are located in North Cocoa for .. DRY GOODS

the winter. aEO---. Titusville and Cocoa. .

"It ..Mr. and Mrs. Delos Blodgett, ,of, Daytona Too much rain for the crops on the low

spent several day ',here last week ground, but perhaps not too much for the CLOTHING

visiting with Mr: and Mrs. E. P.. Porcher, high land.

j these. two ladies being sisters.. It seems that several people who spend ,

their winters in Georgians are expectedhere
GENTS' FURNISHINGS
: t in a few days. Some are on their
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way according to reports and are likelyto M

.. Be Sure to Use reach here this week. y 4i .; SHOES

In the shipments vegetables there i j

}I Only seems to be quite a variety of the stuff i ii i }

going forward to market and from certain '

sources later on there will be a greater : t

variety soon in the vegetable line. !.; lr t MILLINERY 4
!f.{ Cream of Tartar /, .
Many are holding back their fruit taking h

chances from possible cold weather, eI- Fires usually do occur in t\r\ wee ema'

Powder pecting a better market. Certainly the hours when everyone is wrapped in slum- FURNITURE.
Baking island has the advantage over most other ber. But why haven't you aFIRE

& \ sections-less damage from frost or freezes KSOR1HCE

over other portions of our state. -
policy? Some time ago you said you .

!'Food made with alum It now seems, according to the daily would think the matter over. Are you We want '
I still thinking? Better come to a decision your patronage.
press from nearly all sources, that the 'pretty soon. The season of overheated
Jj:' ., iaking powder carries alum present administration at Washington Is ;chimney flues is here and your house is Our aim is to please YOU. '0f

-i' the Stomach ;after the railroad violators of the law as !no more fireproof than your neighbor's. .
w k to unchanged. New, Up-to-Date Goods in every
it now stands not waiting on congress to PERCY G. WALTON, .

K t Scienti&s' have positively make new laws, which no doubt they Successor to Morgan & Walton, Line.

will do, as the people all.over the nation eMail
r.\ .demonteted jhi$ and that demand protection from extortion and TrrrsraLx:, FLORIDA. orders receive prompt: and

:' h '. such: food is partly indh wrongs they have endured eo long. Moetof careful attention. .

a* us.feel that a remedy is needed to give n,
*"f'Ftible:wad unhealthful. the average man an1 equal chance with arroa. IIasB '

vk- '. ,the rich. The present congress will needto BwtmCo tdt JOHN R. WALKER & CO TitnsYille Fla. / .!!
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