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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 29, 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: UF00075901:00345
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Y- .3M- 'SfiyPotThe'Days; $: III:lot*yPortiihi f,fats anything'you'want ht'the"way of dress Something:About .'.P ple.o-Titis., : {' ,. -

cr ;pfei: '1.4"--. T i': *"' Roods-all the. leading materials and '
z = iiGbristrafts| waa eiumont"i ,'thoroughlyobwryedjn Transplriflg! .About toil. colon: : Tilla. as They Coins v and Go'k

t the,history of Titusville than ;Eiderdown, in aircolorSt! at 'a ,special

SIP U -r Iroe'toe. ',... ys,Q| its .obWrv* IN SOCIAL. AFFAIRS OF LIFE price' of 35;cents per yard. MAKERS OF SQKIHIEREST, 4" ,
rises werinameroae, baui conaonance Outing flannel,again we have:just received '

With the.'.idetfoi.many.. .., .as 10',the'propermethod Relating Tiat Which lelps'To like: a about 15 new pieces._of,'the:well -
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rifttlils of j>,oelebt s.the'djiy, varying known Amoskeag make velvet finish, at Little Happenings' That Help, to Hate ?.

i :** < 3 c fro be:churchsmice f andChristmas -Tow'Pleasant and Limy vMK a special price of' 10 cents per yard. Up the Weekly leispaper .

ties nd carols! to tiie hant in the woods Hack towels, good quality,' 88 inches t.
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tiotnisr utiiod last ftnd to the noisy:and,promiscooua exploa. 'Wesley Joyner spent ''.Cbriitml8Wltb' i tone,-at a special price of 10:centa each, Miss Lena Mendel lag',. home from..

.loci ol4reWOiti. "' hia" sister,'Mrs: Hindle,"in Cocoa, or 1:00 per doaen:( Dayton* to.spend Christmas, week. '

flu ;Snnday's:disagreeable 'rdrtetorm'andwind ,Good. quality: wbite flannel. at a special
1 Ulidy Mr. Pasco Monroe is hereon a visit to < Mr and "
Mrs W. N. Hendry of :Fort
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"promWOl anything hot cents ,
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"gave price of 85 yard r _
; his sister, Mrs. A.A.Monroe this present per .
brig '"and 'cb erfG Christmas oat'of seek., Bleached. sheeting' 10-is, excellent. Pierce,,spent Christmas, with- -their ,'rela: :
lives in Titusville ;
doorsi.but this disappeared:\o the night CoL and Mrs. J. H. Hogan:made their quality, only 20 cents per yard. to a ai

3atetLt'U end. fns", way to gjonoua... hofidsy_ .weather. first visit to Titnsville from Artesia this Gray blankets, ll-4s, extra heavy half !Mr. H. E. Oxner was called to Jacksonville -
of Fort Pierce, the air jazt 40ol to make'lifetborooghly on business matters on Wednesday -
with enough,, week in considerably over a year. wool, worth |2.50, special price $1.70 '
hem with*bis consand pfewanConly; to.,be followed per'pair.. and returned home last night. a
Walker, Mr. Ilsgy'sboy was badly cut in; the
Geo. again;Tu esdeyiiternoon'bj another slow Plush buggy robes, finest made, colors ,The installation of, the. newly'elected "

$ietieit, AHirifrd.bicyelet bat inoss-ani f fall of rain.. lasting until way face a few days.ago by a bottle thrown at black, garnet and tan,' worth 13.JO: :for officers of Indian River Lodge ,took place 1 tin
teic lioaeef+or obr in the night sme.; / him, by some one near the city .harf. '
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r I' $1.08. i the Masonic Temple Wednesday. ,.
boy Notirithstandfag'the pouring 'rain of Mr. and- -Mrs' ,'John C. Jones,of Klon + Ladies' union suite, half wool, worth All the teachers "of TUosville public : Ir j
z r. < i+ y: = dike are Christmas here' with I
L siitt ct in Suadaytand. Tnesday, St 'Gabriele' church 'spending $1.00 a suit, special.price 69 cents.Ladies' school are at Miami this'week attending ,

r! 7 # =seboblatprPierce,; arrived 'was filled. ;to0verflowing'' Sunday night Mrs. Jones' father and. mother, Mr. and shoes the well known, make of i the state teachers'.' association. 'Whichcommenced

: ref 00*vWt hersister,Mrs. L and the .Methodist- chorch. .. the. same on Mrs.E.W.HalLDr.; Krippendorf& Diltmann, at a special re I in that city on.Tuesday.Mr. ,
to retain to Fort Tuesday, 'night.A .. J.; M. Dixon, of Jacksonville, stop daction. S '
.and Mrs. G. M. Bobbins and M..
fseaa&8SS&&ar beautiful. Chriitmas 'tree,,at ,night, ped off, here Wendesday to attend the ,JuiirsKusi,
Titnsville, Fla. ter,George left for.Point Caswell Sunday '
loadedwitb nnmeroaifirdeomepreeenta Masonic installation, and from here wentto ,
hlroechef arrived last v '
; borne to be at the' Pretlow-Paddiaon
T.r '!R rx, t trbereehe: and decked with tinsel and vornatfienU of City Point yesterday to visit bin aged i present
$ J Special Sale Popular r Music wedding on ''IWed esdai. Tbey are expected t
the various.kinda, all resplendent to the eye !mother. His many friends in Tituaville '
.,,, t: vaaidoc iP1in public left the u ore'by,,th _':beightenlog'-ettecta: of were glad to see him: During the next ten, days, Indian" River tobome&odayor&omorrow. i

Iolfdsy electric Iii that Music House, Titnaville, will sell its stock A heavy rainstorm .with terrific wind
lights picture
nnroerooi G, J... Zehnbauer, .Jacksonville, ,for-.
delights the sense;of the older folk, how I merly claim agent for the F ,Eo, p. rail-: of popular music, all last year, and this from the northwest yesterday afternoon #
very aractire.tbesti most it be td the little. year copyrights, at the, special low priceof drove the people from'.under 'the circus '
died a few days He was well
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.J* g M sssass zed ;Master; Rnfns ones; and the trees at'these.wo''churchwereeighta .' way known up and down the:east coaat of 4 pieces'for 60 cen"Tbis is way below tent, fearing a collapse of the big'canyll, fs

fis ; ;EebWft* arrived honw'from Rollins. .Col--; of delight& to the'hearts of all. Florida and had warm friends in first cost consequently the sale will and they were drenched. This 'was tbe"greatest

s rl eFerYWinter'Psil+i;, d flse+7ttwkie! The celebrations at tbe.variona. church state.He many not last Ion*at such a sacrifice. Remem- downpour'einC8, 1 list,.summer..
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this leaves wife' and 'three
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,&$& gw s W1?;Joeee hs AcademrSt;! es commenced. :Sunday .and, ,lasted until daughters. this is all 50 cent up-to-date music and Mrs. T. Blake Walker, of Jacksonville, { '
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i tbo: iater rtoi last, week to ,
4 AfD 'Tuesday night.' The Baptist'charch had cannot be had elsewhere at- any such arrived last week to spend a few weeks
.. Mr. and Mrs. Uri of St.: Andrews '
a Clapper,
rtAi DoUasiiaa Send in quick.
t special musical program fgr the Sundaymorning prices. your orders with her father and mother, Cap: and
: Fla. arrived, in Tituaville Saturday
; ,'$psrkalaar drbr sad pab r'iCe'wiCl( special':address: Mrs. Pritchard, and Sunday her brother
of on a visit to Mrs. J.-Wager and Its BILL
4 oltd"Ada.e6fromP delivered by Rev W., C. McCatt for 1b CLARK INTRODUCES .. and aster, M '.and Mrs. F.: T.,Badge and :
E. J. their cousins. Mr.
Clapper, Clapper ..
y.antes yta'Titusville, with Sunday school entitled the "Millennial three daughters, of Miami, arrived to'
spent a few days in Tituaville last In Congress To Stop Selling LiquorIn
sift uid baby'; :who are visiti Then ,
Menagerie. came the regular spend Christmas, Mr. Budge returning to _
winter and well pleased with
44fkUr&:;hate; :M7er8 fojk i few weeks asv evening prayer services, and the Christ was so our Dry Counties.I Miami Tuesday.Mrs. .
hie
that be has returned with
;: -/SbtioDed inTEBSTAR last week. IOU tree and singing of carols etc., at St. town Congressman Frank Clark,.who in several -. F, H. Houghton was among the
wife.
We conclude
hope to remain
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!>. .; G.Howard's m brother arrived Gabriels' church.. Sunday night,'also the here permanently. (wet'and dry elections in Florida arrivals in Titosville last Friday, coming :.

+ 1rrmd jfjrttt avanhah on account of the regoJar'.Sanda1.nfazbt, service at the Bap- counties championed the cause of the from her northern home in Westerville,
t: A fisherman by the name of Spiers was has introduced bill in l
'Z ii >t fness and is.,stopping at the tint church. The Baptist Sunday scflbol prohibitionists : a Ohio, where she spent nearly six months
.y taken dangerously'ilJ from the effects of
had their Christmas tree Monday afternoon congress which, fit passes, will put a
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} iver, hotel for ft few days. .Mr. past. Dr. and Mrs. Houghton spent
'at 3:30.. The,Methodist Christmas blood poisoning Tuesday of last week, stop to"blind tigers" in the dry counties (
vJfjsxpects to leave for Savannah in : Christmas with friends at Melbourne and
L originated first, by the bite of a cat on the
real in those
and also
t Afewdayakpinga change will benefit tree, with special musical program was give prohibition they expect to be located in Daytona for ,
; thumb of his.'right hand, producing a counties where the have
"drya"
won a
held Tuesday night. '
c l is health. the winter in a few days.
,$ k All the occasions above mentioned were slight wound which was probably inoculated victory. The heading of the bill readsas

The St. Augustine Redid of last week moat eagerly anticipated by the membersof by the,poison through the handling follows: Little Parkhurst Brady bad a very '

:in an account: of the storm that visited the various Sunday'schools and their ot fish. On Saturday and Sunday this "A hill to prohibit internal revenue narrow escape from being seriously hurt 1

; F 7 that,city said: Robert Raneon tvi a the friends. man-1''' very ill and had two quite se- officers from receiving special taxes from on Tuesday. While turning a corner on f

: t greatest sufferer by the storm of Wednesday The singing of Christmas anthems, vere spasms. Dr. Wilson, the attending any carrying person on,of firm the or business corporation of a brewer for the, his new bicycle; a Christmas present he i 1

k <..+; t, afternoon. His new home, which hymns, solos, etc., were all selections of. physician, says tnatnt will be some time manufacturer of stills, rectifier of distilled lost. control of.his.wheel, and collided. with. .
was in;course of erection on South Charlotte a high order, showing that music ia now, before he will recover the full use of his spirits wholesale or retail dealer in a dray, the wheel of-the wagon breakingthe
completely leveled. Not spirituous vinous or malt liquors in wheel of the Fortunately t
street, was arm : rear .bicycle. -
it has been attractive featureof
aa ever an communities where the carrying on of
.a Umber :'was left standing.. The frame religious devotion. Mr. E. W. Amaden, state representative such business is prohibited by local laws, I the little fellow had presence of

of the building was upland carpenters The successful rendition of.the music of the Davis Acetylene company, of and to prescribe punishment for its vio- mind to clear himself from the bike be- '

- nailing_ ... on the weatherboarding... The and singing at the Baptist and Methodist Elkhart, Ind., Walt in town Tuesday and lation." fore it passed under the dray, otherwise

:,: ,house was a. torfstrac'are and of churches was due to the capable leader Wednesday, and while here closed a con As not punishment l legs than$100 for nor every more offensea'fineof than $1,000or he might,have been seriously injured. L

: considerable 1 1L,1& had not been roofed ship of Mrs. C. J. Denham and her choir tract with Mr. G. E. PriLchtf' for installing imprisonment for not less! than six

and was sided only a few: feet ao that the of well trained voices. The singing at a 50-lb. plant for lighting Mr. Pritch- months nor more than two years is im KURSERY STOCK FOB SALE. fcsV

3;t,' wind had a clear:sweep inside. St. Gabriels church' was rendered by the et '8 new residence in South Tituaville, posed. Indian Citrus River stock Nurse 'on established high pine land.1886. y i

.. throughout with acetylene Mr. L
and Sunday school assisted by the regular gas. Church Notice Send for catalogue, Toledo and West
Circus Menagerie also has his home already
Pritchett new
with Miss Palm Beach Fla.
choir: Daisy Brady as organistSpace ,
which wired for electric rights' he will Sunday, Dec. 31st, 1905.
.- The Son Brothers' Shows' arrived will not permit of individual so I
[ r. here yesterday morning on their mention of the various selections or names be indeed well lighted.. From here Mr. Rev. M. Walker will officiate as follows: Dr. Porter Resigns }
:; .way' to their winter quarters in Savannah St. Marks church, Cocoa, morning prayer a '
Amsden went to look after in '
Vii; ; i.'" gave two exhibitions afternoon and of those who made these Christmas occasions prospects 10:30; St Gabriels church, Titusville, The resignation of Dr. Joseph Y. POI- e
evening, which, notwithstanding the tremendous such a success, brightened as they Lake county. evening prayer 730. ter, as state health officer of Florida, has 1
of rain all the after been tendered to the state board of
&i ; downpour were by the decorations'on the sparklingtrees Rev. J. Walker will officiate as follows: health. It written while Dr. Porterwas I
was
0'8 o'clock, were fairly well at Boarding House Reopened
noon np Holy Trinity church, Melbourne, morn
and the children's gladsome faces. duty in Pensacola in October
,
\ on
tended. )The acts were excellent but Mrs., Deisner will l open her boarding ing 10:30 St. Johns church, Ban ra
: somewhat limited in number at the evening Christmas day Rev. Millidge Walker prayer ; but President Hendry of the state boardof t
house for the season on the first of Jan. Gallic: bible class 3:30 p. m., evening
health did not make the matter public
exhibition. The trained horses were held morning service with celebration of
" 7:30.
prayer and it not laid before the board ;
; a specially pleasing feature, while the W. K. Wood Married In was
} 'z slack wire work and tumbling were really the holy communion at St. Gabriels Chicago.The Monday, Jan. 1st, Festival of the Circumcision until the special meeting of the board -

;; !I excellent The show has had the misfortune church at 10:30. Chicago Tribune, 'of December St. Marks church, Cocoa, holy was held in Jacksonville Tuesday of last
: to'play during rainy weather ever Indian River band gave their regular 17th, contains the following paragraph: communion at 10:30 a. m. week, when resolutions were adopted 1.
since they struck the state, and no doubt from the band stand "Announcement ie made of the marriageof Services will be held by the pastor in which show the high esteem in which -
; they will gladly welcome a rest from the annual concert Mr. William K. Wood who came here the Methodist church. Tituaville, next Dr. Porter is held and the views of the
, road. commencing at 9 a. m., the programme recently from Boston, and Miss CatherineA. Sunday, Dec. 31st, at 11 a. m. and at Cocoa board in regard to his great work during lethe
....-- lasting for nearly ah hour and a half. It Macdonald of Boston. The ceremonywas at 7 p. m., this being a fifth Sunday. past summer. !
Tomato Wraps was generally commented that ,the band performed last Monday evening by All are welcome.DUCK. '\,
the Rev. H. J. Ronemus. Mr.'and Mrs.
Large ShipmentOf
for lowest UNITED acquitted themselves with great credit and "
\ Write ns prices on Wood will reside in Chicago. BUNTING.
TOMATO WRAPS. others said they "did not know when Quite a number of residents of THuayille M. L.Peacock,at Titusville, is preparedto boys' overcoats just received by ,
& Branning. ky.
EAST COAST LUMBER& SrI FLY Co., they had heard the band play su well." will remember :Mr. Wood. He resided take parties out for duck shooting at Penney y
+ Ean Gallic Fla. in Titulyille some fourteen and solid
Business houses were closed throughout years ago reasonable rates. Correspondence r
I returned to his old home in Massachusetts ited. Weakened systems need a mature,
i Do You Seed Any Furniture j the day except during the early morning from here and engaged in floricul wholesome, mellow liquor tbat'a I. W. t '
I hours to permit customers securing ture. He is now western manager of Have You Seen Harper Whiskey the kind vour grandfather
The Tit yUlo Furniture company supplies} from the grocery stores. The Florists' Exchange.Call Those boys' overcoats at Penney &; used. Sold. by.R. L. Mellow andF.
4, .. is the place to buy your furniture. Don'ipurchase I Brannings? They are' winners. A. Losley. I
r elsewhere until yon come and. At night there was a grand ball in the at Tituaville Livery, at rear of .

wens: When yon look you will boy. Tituaville Opera House at which there Robbins' law office, for stylish rigs. Wood For Sale A Bargain in Real Estate : f.

We'-carry everything in the furniture was ft very large attendance. The dancing our orders for hauling, both dou- Pine or oak, any length. See or ad .t'
< line and the low prices and easy pay i started promptly at '8:30 and ble and single. J. M.Osban, proprietor. dress J. W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla. FOR SALE-An old pioneer grove, one '
was .
a meats break the record.- Mail orders a.. np mile nver front, 290 acres land, 25 acres "
,tip .'qt .specialty. Freight paid on all orders. kept np until the' midnight boor, music Auto Sparker For SaleA FOB SALE CHEAP FOR CASH. in grove, in good condition, fine dwelling, 1"

H. E. ODD, !. Manager.I being famished by the Simplex piano : magneto that Deed no batteries. About 88 acres of good high land on very best of land for celery farm. Three a .

, I. player. The very cool and bracing atmosphere I Brand new and will be Old at wholesale ,the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat .I crops of oranges would pay for the place. i
., REPAIRED. Narrows described as follows: Lot Will sell for less than value of improvements '
WRY BEMBCKE-OTN8 caused the dancers to thoroughly price. Inquire at THE STAB office. the i
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warranted : No. 3, section 35, also lot. No. 3, section I .purchaser thereby gettinv land 't,
Specially made gun springs enjoy this For Sale free better than homesteading incutn- '
36, in township 31 south, range 39 east. ; ; no '
t not to break;. Every one carefully Pritch tested. :' Cottage, with four rooms in Tituaville, This land is unimproved but finely lo brance; titles perfect; farming tools vehicles .,'r. 'ji

t. t. ..ard'a-Guns hardware stocked. Leave your gun at .Call at Once' in a large lot under good fence comprising cated. For. further particulars. addressE. I blacksmith shop,-all go with ulace. 1,1)

# store.H.. BKXECKE, And see the fine'line of boys' overcoats five town Iota Also;good mule for M. Low, W. R. SAXDEES t.l'

tsi = Box 121, Titusville,'Fla. just received by Penney 4 Branning. I I I sale. Address H. care STAB office. Brockton, Mass. Indianola, Fla. t' !

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f .Jo; t ..' voyage that had culminated to success. 'farmer who will.wnte us for.them. + ; it
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fO'itf'h $r..g i, : .:f.. by 1"lt"-without' .. observance.iron'tbejlrtdar; 'of:'January;. '' .. bdi j itiat. tttt aw*** him.,Tbe: fn-j .begin wholesale martial repressive law measures pease of Itt mall matter. Various literary prize wa* ate$ ) to Senkiewics .
throughout '
;;1i 'l- ':146Q ; ;' 'true'wu aUroieate.-., :had :dlscov--, by authorizing economies In the rural delivery service the Polish not eliat, t1'
toQ' that.Columbus met
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.f Ray .. ered.tbe western way to theIndles; he Russia and,the arrest of M. ,
\ ;\ .,;the sovereigns of Spate,;TerdlnaaA; and ; are suggested, Including prerequisite, Cockran'e Curr Far BwUnvlInian
\' ',' 'J would return and Und gold, and,hence. the adored leader. of the workmen's. alliance of 100 families on a twenty-four mUe
f j;; 'Labella. .and.concluded=:with them the"contract address at New Boc&eBe, N-t
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"" : > his.ioyige' { forth, ,fame' and fortune...ahoulfb.. blebThe 'embracing all the organisedworkmen route and a restriction ot services, to that P&: k
of explorationand
for. Ccwfertn
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.. : .'feast:which'the:.Spaniards .had of the country, followed'closeon not,more than one delivery and .collection -
ri'g; It'l cr'dI cOy i7\ t'mlilit'be'calledi& -'. ocratic government had not eslsted ia
that New eariday'in'Gndrico; was heels of sensational
the news
i Another reform proposed
daily.
lfil":. .: "i:the'.Initial. ;New"Year's. thoogh;.It,ins something novel'for' Enropean'palates. large cities iIo; more. than ,t g e a.tion. .
{"l-.1 :r.;:; s. : -, 'of'prophecy that a complete provisional government Is a simpler classification of all mall :
,. not spent In America It was a sort City government Had beonre-
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' h" --- First there,was:breadmade of Indian, bad been established secretly, throughout matter as follows: First, letters; second
Tt. ,: as .it vwere,Vof..109daj tbat duced'to boss goTtrnment'totii die-
(; :' mute over .Columbus.; constitution.
or corn, which Livonia under a new printed matter; third, merchan
.4'.r-... :;>; :.,.:: was to be spent' -in..the< then, midjUicovered'country grew enthusiastic that he carried a All communication had been stoppedby dise. tatorship of a party ,manager. Ass
'
:: :v '. : ufW'Aaguit' __ :". quantity of the,graln back 'to ,Spain. telegraph or rail and the,troops ordered remedy he proposed to imitate the fed
'J:$"1'l'&i: # ",It, was not' that the Another, .form of Indianbread was to the revolting province,had no Leupp's. Indian Policy.Commissioner government In:,the e1t1e1-that is,

iit $bl':. :three'ships got.under'way Then'they. made from a tuber called manioc.' The trains at their service. The Insurgents of Indian'Affairs Francis to give to: every locality cofitral of

- .' '. : sailed >into:new",seas:in/search of: a white'men' were'also Introduced to'the In the great city of Riga had captured E. Leupp has outlined anew Indian those things which/most: concern it.

!. 14.j. '., 'continent.that,had bed hidden from west i Indian -" epper pot".which ,Is'ItUJ the fortress there and the governorwas policy In his report to J the presidentHe He.would divide the city Into small HIt

ti:; + the;knowledge,of manTall.thrbngh, ,,the highly''esteemed. Then they were .a prisoner.. < .Separation of the says that the commonest mistakeIn governing districts so that no mad

Wr'. ;.y,.:,, 'ancient and middle":.. But Columbus asked to try a'condiment called "aje," Lithuanian people from the Russian. .dealing with the Indian is the as* should be allowed to vote on a question

1 ..<. : did not know'that' 'win to find, Which,proved too strong even for .the empire had been declared. ,sumption "that he Is simply a white which be could ignore tn his daily life.

t fim" -.4' such' 'continent' .: was'seeking a. seasoned stomach of a Spaniard. There With the arrest and imprisonment of man with a red skin",and that the next The policeman on post woulff live lathe
: <.western route to India and died in,the commonest mistake the assumptionthat whlcb Ids beat
tr: : were meats as well made from a sort Krustaloff the strike became more determined neighborhood in :

;f!t-''',.{,,,,=-. belief that the. land' he\found.- :was. apart of rabbit, a "dumb dog" a lizard or iguana than ever. .Panic prevailed'on because he was. He thought,that'at present peov

t. '. ofrAila., He accomplished* more to,say.nothing of boiled parrots. the bourse and numerous business and Is a non-Cauca pie know so little'of the men elected

tft' )A': ;.than "he knew; ,'the rdivmlty* that There.were also fruits 'and"'vegetables bank failures,were report & The gov- stan he Is to that It would be better to choose city .
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; : :L"\ shapes .our ends"''wad.. kinder to .him in such quantities.that Columbus wrotein ernment's firm .:resistance of the tele- be classed Indiacriminatelywith- officers as jurymen/ire chosen by lot

;:,I' :: r thanbla own prevision ,_ his journal was the most protracted graph strike was contrary to the -advice "Better pure chance," heJ4ded.regulated than
r. Across the'unknown: ocean l e'a ed'I. feast he had e enjoyed:: of business men. Thus Count 'other non-Can- chance." -**
',,::.>.. until almost,'beca shed::.In:::the' tropic < "like
:: ,' It is also narrated that after the Witte was between' two fires Another casians, .

._...;'t teas,-each:of:,his Vessels';wauke'. feast the Indians.smoked. the delicious massacre of Jews was reported Dec 14 the negro, for Remarkable Core

"''4<. .'::<<","., f. 'palnted.ehlp upon'a. painted ocean.". It at Turisk Volhynla. instance." He "I was much afflicted with eda\leI,1t
a. was then that the crews well nigh mu q regards the Indian writes Ed. 0. Nod. Iow vilJe, 8edgwick
."
; ."C tidied Only the Indomitable and :The New British CabinetThe f as havinga Co. Kan., "going about on crutches and

courage of Columbus, :. kept.,them upon makeup of the new Liberal min- distinct individuality snflering a deal of pain. I waa induced to

--- ._ their. way. At :last floating, seaweed istry of Great Britain is regarded as \ which try Ballard's Snow Liniment, which

w : > and 'flying1 birds"told Of approaching strong because of Its representative % '\ must be measured relieved me. '
character. For the first time a representative 'I used three 50c bottles. It is the greatest -
land. By following the flight of the by Its own ,
'of organized labor Is Included liniment I ever used; have recommended -
.
birds the new,shore.was sighted..'America standards. The
it to a number of ail
John Burns being president of the Francis E. persona; express
LeIiPp.
wa*.discovered, and a new era was I development of themselves as being benefited by it..

opened In'the history of humanity.:, .,I local government board. James Bryce character in the'Indian Mr..Leupp'regards I now walk without crutches, able to per*

4: It:War: In October' that. the landing the famous author of the "American as more important than the mere form a great deal of light labor' on the
made. The ,accom-c Commonwealth," who is said to under- farm." 25c, 50c and $1.00. Sold by Bed
was thing. was ,, acquisition of learning. He would give ,..
pUshed,* or,. Columbus thought, it..accomplished stand American institutions better than the Indian boy a simple English education -: Cross Pharmacy' and EaoGallie Pharmacy:

of which he had dreamed.I %' many American statesmen becomes but beyond this attention should EauGallie Ra. k '
from Through poverty neglect.I I s chief secretary for Ireland. A place Is .,
4 youth be paid to training la mechanics, agriculture '
I found for another distinguished scholar for Over tizty Mari T ,
ridicule:and rebuffs he had lOught'aU and domestic sciences. First ofX11

*, through Intervening years for people tin Ill t+ 't. :. and literary critic, Augustine Blrrelle the Indian must be taught to work Mrs. Winslows' Soothing Syrup bas
; being made president of .the board of been used for over sixty by millions
years
of means .who would take Interest and be held accountable for the responsibilities -
his education. John Morley, the distinguished of mothers for their children while teethIng *
.
In dream. So great was the stress of life. '
home ruler, becomes secretary with perfect success. It soothes the
of hie'soul that had White ;
i he. gone ? -- ,
I I ;at 'and'now far of state for India, Sir Edward Frey More Naval Cadet Hazing. child, softens the gums allays all pain,
headed be *
thirty, was 'r
wind colic and
beet
foreign affaire,. Herbert Gladstone home .A new case of brutal hazing came to cures isjhe remedy,
past forty. 'But he had 'been' faithful for diarrhoea. It will
1tr ) telieye the pociUUle@offerer
in the Naval at
light academy Annapolis
affairs Richard Burden Haldane war
,
and his reward had
w' to his vision come. immediately. Sold by druggists -
> Sir Robert Reid lord chancellor. Her- when Admiral Sands suspended in of the world.
From island ,to island the voyagers every part wentyfive -
:-;' 'a pawed.until" Cuba'.Was reached, and bert Henry Asquith exchequer Earl Midshipmen Coffin of Nevada and Van- cents a bottle. Be awe and ask fOr

then Haiti;where the discoverer's flag of Aberdeen lord lieutenant of Ireland deveer of New Jersey for their connec- "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
minor besides the tion with the hazing of Klnbrough of take other kind.Sunskine.
ship ,was\W etfd. The natives, who. and several places no.
premier, Sir Henry Campbell-Banner- Tennessee, who had been compelled to
,; were: delighted With'the visit of the
FEOM ISLJUTD TO ISLAND THB TOTAOKB8PISSED. stand his head until be was uncon.sClous
man, who also baa the treasury port on .
! white ni helped; him save his wreckage .
and cared for him and his crews folio. The omission of the former Lib- and had to be taken to the hospital in
West Indian tobacco and invited the your
eral premier Lord Rosebery, was ex
until he was ready for the return voy- '
whites to do likewise but this was too
I It was Christmas morning when pected. Battleship Louisiana 0. K.
tap.
heathenish a custom for the dons. So Home
Columbus landed at Guarico and It China Fer Chin.... On her four hour speed trial over the
tobacco was a luxury unknown in Eu
.t r< was Jan. 4. 1493, when he'oned' away rope till Raleigh started it on its way Since- the conclusion of the war a New England course the battleship
.j:: 'JJ for Spain. So the New Year's day was definite expression of the policy of Louisiana made an average of 18.823,
'to make Incense around the world. > iifty.two'times is assured
spent among the hospitable Haitian na China for the Chinese, which means her contract requiring eighteen knots. a year
id Columbus left'part of his crew, but
..:. tives. oJE.v. they treated.the trusting natives in so organized' resistance of all foreign Influence She Is regarded as the best of her to you if you
birth of 1906 :marks the four the class.
The prevails among ruling
map
Spaniardly a fashion, if the term
-, hundred and thirteenth anniversary of class. The chief of this change
be used, that the red men turned cause Battleihip Idaho Launched.The .
.. the day since then,'a very brief. time in about and murdered the entire outfit It Is believed. is the effect of Japan's successful launching of the battleship READ the SUNThat

J' the life of the World, but a very':long It was here in the West Indies, by the defeat of Russia. Other causes are the Idaho came off at the Cramp

!;J time in the annals of 'progress. Thefl way, that the great discoverer was afterward Anglo-Japanese alliance protecting tie shipyard, at Philadelphia, Deg 9, the
'from .which 'Christopher Columbus ... illustrated weekly paper,
Spain placed in chains by some titled integrity of Chinese territory the vessel being christened by Miss Louise

c*'.* ,: sailed has 'passed into eclipse. nobody WbO',88 sent over.to represent fluence of Chinese students educated in Goodlng. the thirteen-year-old daughterof printed in Jacksonville and

-" the Spanish king. It is not alone re- we tern'countries and the attitude of Governor Frank Gooding of Idaho.SOCIOLOGICAL published everywhere.

i'iIt publics that are ungratefuL the United States in the matter of exclusion
!
? f t
< L t-, But the memory of that initial New laws. .

v, ,:\?"f ... Year's which was also the first day I I A. K. Taylor

*' of a new epoch in the history of mankind I EXECUTIVEReport I

,.will be cherished along with the Nobel Peace Prize to a Woman.

"'f fame of. him who drew the yell from : The award of the annual cash prizes Hakes the cartoons and all the

!: two continents and made It possible for on Immigration. founded by Nobel, as announced at other

:: the weary world to look Into a later Commissioner General Sargent of the Stockholm, gave the peace prize, val. pictures.

,
s'". golden age in another Atlantis. immigration bureau reports that 1,020- ued n$40,000, to Baroness Bertha von

;., -. 4 490 persons arrived from foreign landsto Suttncr, an Austrian writer and the

.,r 3.;." AB Emergency Mrdlcine take up their residence in our country editor of the magazine named Down Claude L'Engle

. For sprain tmiistfi., >>nn
f'ff.',, similar injuries, then i4 nothing so good increase of 213,629 over the precedingyear. organ of the In-
Chamlierlain's Pain Balm. Il soothes In pungent editorial paragraph?
r as He thinks that the chief sourcesof ternational peace
the wound and not only gives instant relief -
"'" future Immigration will be Russia bureau in Bern. looks after the things that I
from pain, hut Cannes the parts to
.,'
I.,'" heal in shoo one third the time required and Austria-Hungary During the six She was born need attention. ,

;1'.,. tiG by the u+aal treatment. Sold by Red months ended Oct. 31 the immigrants 7 in 1843, is the
' Cross Pharmacy.. numbered '145148. The emigration daughter of an

,'.. '. : from Russia continues to Increase rapIdly -. Austrian field WARM, BRIGHT, FACCUTZXQLT ;i

Tfce Wee.U* Toad marshal and CLEVER j jJ

J.:, In the ancient churches of the Tyrol Postmaster General's Report. now lives with !J

J.t. the sacred edifices are kept securely Postmaster General Cortelyou In his her husband

:'.- : closed on the'evening before the new annual report takes the stand that in S Baron Suttner Tkat's the SunIf !

> year and the people of that romantic all grades of the service merit must be !, In Castle Har-
; z aaDme or coI.v [ 1 ,:raoM AV OLD.While !:r.
J'i.: : ;IP4 Mw.rBorr. ., district are firmly convinced that at the controlling factor In appointments J. mansdorf. lower ,
\ this, time. when no one Is present, a and promotions. Consequently fourth \': .ff Austria. It Is a you pay to read this paper-you t
the lands.n? "discovered supportnations'that before the altar class be rule of the Nobel
and hereafter
{ .. huge toad.Ct'&wll postmasters must re- can read THE SUN too,
}.,. are.In the" *:morning.tplendory .- prays,. weeping bitterly.These toada tained during satisfactory services. In # ; prizes that

,: of a better age.. are supposed to.be the reincarnations the case of presidential postmastersthe Suttner.candidates be WITHOUT EXTRA FJ3JE NSB.
oeremonles Baroness von
attending
Whatever .the formal of Christians who have failed to make rating will be a guide In making proposed a year

the first New;: Years. day ia a pilgrimage, and 'no one In the Tyrol recommendation' The merging of in advance and the idea is quite gen- Aak us or write us andWe'll

i the western hemisphere -Its notability ever molests' m.as they go hopping third and fourth class mail matter at eral that President; Roosevelt will be

p r li:not.lessened.: That Columbus and aboot;,)"striving perhaps, to find their the rate.of a cent for two ounces is the recipient of next year's peace prize.

his coed toot'some note of its passage way,to.shrines which have long since urged but not a separate parcel post Three other prizes were awarded to tell how.
Even in a time '' you
goes. without saying. ceased to exist The abolition of the franking system I i German professors, 'Koch getting the

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'.:r* a S'tkv'iilii': ., w-FIOW&&IIIU&:;i.'ir: :- "' ; "_ "' ,. '. has been rare. In' the Mann .
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jt' "; ,Camartshing. :out to: bbc the car '
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li; : ';' : I' .LEGU kATis VE equal In reckless extravagance and senator was not draped; according to O,.. on' New Senator: diet. Be as careful as he 'will, however, I

&': 'm;i>'... < '. ..... 9," '#. exorbitant salaries to 'the' first three custom. John McDermot Gearin of Portland a man past middle age will occasionally teat
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.piJ... !;j;''F'" .:..":, Williams -thorasa minor of Oregon as United States not suited. to his constitution, and will
t ?? .. ,... man of:South Carolina unsheathed his I POLITICAL I '
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senator to succeed the late John H. .
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,' .6-iill r tattent::: oit to a".newspaf salaries as are paid to canal officials." and bowels. When this is done there is -

'.''-:'," .'. si- and Shackle- The finance committee reported its I By a plurality of about 8,000 ex-Con views of President Roosevelt as to con- no reason why the average man should t

"t,:;.{}: ..- .', ,f.-,that- substitute for tbe bond provision of the gressman John Fitzgerald has been trol of railroads and trusts. He Is fif not live 'to old age. For sale by Red .
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'f"'. :. f.4.: of. ,Missouri ty-four years old and has been for 3ross Pharmacy: '
oi- -- off Panama canal bill It gives the bonds elected mayor of Boston, Frothingham

'-*:: ';. .,' the'commerce had been left to be used tor the canal construction the candidate of the Republican andCitizeDs' years a prominent lawyer in his state.having 3 tChamberlain's

: f read law la the office of Mitchell
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'>o privileges .of reduced taxation 'when second Dewey
party coming ; <
',j'-jI.<;f., ., ..committee because & Dolph, both of whom went to the
; they had used for national bank circulation. The the people's candidate third and

,; '- jailed. to bill was passed without opposition. Watson' the Municipal'Ownenhlp senate.
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.W,' .:. *tla. caucus ul's1 First Rate Dtbate. In Sonate. man; with only .615. _:vot.i. 1> Oregon to Vote on Suffrage.The .

''; 1I the railroad rate The discussion, of ,the railroad rate No New., York CIt;.Recount. woman suffragists. are..Jubilant

'i.. ''. bill last session. question was precipitated the senate over the news from Oregon that the
.J'f", '"" ".i The New"York court of'apPe.Jhall \
"&< ;, ', UIIIAMUIIOUS con by Tillman's Introduction of a decided that the ballots cast in the recent -: women have succeeded in obtainingthe
.,, .....s signatures of one-tenth the regis-
bill empowering the commerce cVmmlssiba York
sent was neceesr New city elections snail not i
: tered voters to a petition for, the submission -
=.- 'sary for Lamar'a: to fix a.maximum rate on thirty be recanvaased the return'of'the election -!

::i ': _" speech;and Williams days notice. Tillman referred,to what board being regarded ,as valid. of an equal amendment to pop-
ular vote under the Initiative and refer-
-; .' objected he called the*fiasco of appointing Harmon Two judges dissent from the opinion. endum law. lt1

.;' 1;'';':'":'''",. '__ saying: It was hi and Judson to prosecute the' Santa he.Judges deem It?an..unwise interpretation

,d L:-".. ,. J" ,the Interest of Fe. The discussion wound up with of the law for the Judiciaryto No Paeeee, Franchise.. '

{ 'John Sharp Williams. Democratic harmony legal argument between Bailey and review the work of; election officers, A ring of Pittsburg councilmen Is

t,. Democratic linen Foraker on the right of a state legisla- said to have served notice on the Pennsylvania -
'.:} :: not .to iraab as tending to encourage contestants
:0.1;'d '. for the amusement of the RepublicansIn ture to delegate the rate making powerto and 'to delay*the prompt:"placing of Baltimore and Ohio and Wa-

': h In:the house.... N rt.day.. however Lamar a state cemmisslon.L: Knox of_ Pennsylvania electoral responsibilities. This will bash. officials that all railroad legislation Cough RemedyThe

.:_ ,.,. ,' renewed the attack. In reply came to the front as the ad- clear: the way for the certification and will be blocked unless the regularfree 0
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'wo11ld: 1paN'per- ministration's spokesman and cited passes are forthcoming. The councilmen Children's Favorite r
'h inauguration
5lj': Williams said of-Mayor McClellan, but CORES: ... .
A_< 4 thai the removal precedents to show that congress had claim that their re-election Is -
the Hearst lay"that
-i :.' aacalIus, but people ,their fight Coughs, Colds, Croup and
: delegated power to e commission to fix will conditioned upon their ability to extend S
. m.trom.\tthecomm1ttee and It
:r>::, cf the two:, go-on, la understood that Whooping Cough.'
inspired1'by uD1tJ' to Hearst administrative rules, although he ad- they wW el1deavor to have the legislature passes to Influential citizens.
::' was Thai remedy famoun for tee cnrw over
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: mitted It could not delegate legislative ,' which meets' In January, pass a. Socialist Paper's Big; Claim. Urge jUohhe ciriUzed world. It can
Incidentdeclared Foraker then said that an aIn,. be depended upon it coua1D1IaO
: : :> powers. setalbwauthorizing. ; a' recanvass. Last week's .issue of the ,Girard opium or other harmful drag and may be ,,
; :t- tired of the BepubUcaa party andafraid'oftnej administrative I' commission *as precisely They evidently count on the support of (Kan.) Socialist organ known as the siren w eonflduntly to a baby M to an ado*

e.f"':$;." : party the what he wanted. ex: overnor Odell and his friends to Appeal to Reason Is claimed by its editor Price 25 cte; Large Size, 60 eta. ;

::;o tear being for Just such exhibitions asbad the New House Committees. that to have. 3,000,000 paid circulation, Lif

".. occurred.. ,- Speaker Cannon announced the membership New National Reform Party. constituting the largest edition ever

; Canal Bill Peases S.nat& of standing house committees on 'fbe'men who were prominent in the issued by ,any periodical in the'world.

11.000iOOO approprtath Dec. 11' the prominent chairmanshipsbeing Municipal; It was a-'special number, which Social-
Ownership in the :
t TIle emergency league recent
which u follows: Ways and means, ists in all parts of the country bad is
..::.;/ hUl.fortthePanania'canal: New, York'dty, campaign, eroding -
.'" reported' Payne of New York; appropriations, '' been asked to circulate by wholesale
l tad passed the house, was .Hearate Btbkes, Shearn, Coler, F
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from the com- Tawny Minnesota; interstate and orders In advance. The main points
Seabury others have I
fanrfabJl toifte senate and reorganizedtheir
:I. .." .nltale-appropriations the.amount foreign commerce Hepburn of Iowa; forces'under .the name of the Independent made by the editor are that the trustIs -
> affairs t Illinois naval >' here to that it cannot be '
of the appropriation ,being! unchanged.l foreign ; league which baa been duly stay regu- +
{ referring to Panama affairs FOBS of Illinois; Insular affairs, lated or controlled, because the men Q- '
ut the sectloa Incorporated for.the purpose of absorbing
Chairman AIDJ Cooper of Wisconsin; Judiciary, Jenkins who own the trust also own the men
j bonds being omitted. societies sad associations favor ,
of Wisconsin; military affairs who run the government, and that consequently .
;" tai explained; .that.,this would be. covered big the application of public propertyto
\ Hull of Iowa banking and the trust should be owned
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. ,,< committee." "debate.Morgan Fowler of New Jersey; merchant marine ship of public utilities which are nato collectively and managed by'all the
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.: .of'Alabama:. predicted that at the'extravagant Grosvenor of Ohio; territories raj monopolies'and to establish branches people, "which means.Socialism"
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_: rate.In.which the canal work Hamilton of. Michigan; postal Over- ; throughout' the state of New: York I Mr. Walsh of Cluca t sticcwded in fur

.had beeLbegnn. the. ,.cost. of.it comple. street of_ Indiana, ; public lands Lacey aid the United States.:'The new league; fishing his paper t\ith -GIUP.live news. 4
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!+ ,! ; f ,-111t.IUI......:.;' ynoyel.ie..Near,. f--:YOrk.ttnt.. > ,'-diij '. bat It'will be diff ftfi';:from'no won, and j. e1up.1n' despair. .

:i ,,tJf.? ;. theme,"pdntocracy"I" 'tridti' emegacp.' ";'-,.. it aU',came. :aboat". by the;arri"t ,hew of .... \J : co14CQDtlDueI1 tO d iad.lke s .
4; l' i AEthe; outset tbe"autbor' Isb grows wone. l'_ :
quoteaSB .JI departnienwho .
.
.k.3. : : i. an inspector of tbetreasnry _
l called'fc to
tie U OfiJf
'
,. doctor
-J!! : n ; .. _
'"1. 4.'''. >: ;opv8ary,-.,...>: otteraa.eaytneFthatlbtw 'has taken It'upon himself V to notify Tef that the paRetit is te' 9,4

"''t>-.<:,.1' ''.".:-';., ,.,Asst C" ,. ,comer to,these:ta>sores could" tbe1t. all launch'owners and masters in a rather of eansnmPU* .' _

:n,;}.; :' ', come ,back.today,and lee,the m wnerithe nice "bat';;at the;same ,time' impressivemannHrthat :.,,u.jut In this 'my hat 1 at .
... ('l;" - .
, -,.-', J. ice ndanto.would, "thInk'., themaelTea. : baz test for:them ;to 'shpply lights, whistle 'caught a oold'aa4':not. eoni4eiIg: J.. "
.
t a
. : ? tLondon in ':the: e.of Charles, 'thi e Mrious, neglected its thlatlag u <
:: ; ;., and bell without'd lay"' thereby'putting :
< '"n1 er&D oD rcl," or7 to Versailles in themselves in i good 'standing with Uncles ro & otheri do,ihaUhro\1ld" t6f9ff.
'
'rf.fl the time'of Louis'XI V..' J c(while dlsaenting 'and his navigation, laws.' However it clung to her. tOUWleaatl '.
.,..l ehe'toarul
in two bu.headtth
weeks
; ; :' 'from.the bishop's conclusions, "
e .! ; "'Although- the above Jaw affecting a serious oondUl L ePortunatelyPerunabidbeen
'
' i v 4-:: ,:" .proceeds''to.help the moralizing dominie launches has been in vogue for a,longtime :

ft( 4 k.; : : :to make' ood':with.his descriptions.Farther if is"just now) being generally- her notice, and she took; .a cosec of

!.f:';' J ''onf"Hri' 'RjilUpa .saya1 in this forced and while a number of .local 'qr remedy before it WM too late.

: _4 ,. book"The d igeris;! that lest they yachtsmen', especially' those operating P : a week the congb;and eoidtreft
who harej not with their. own and a three weeks tiemtese $ -
.seen
with the
>. : larger boats, had complied provisions '
"'1 'may; refuse to believe that men restored bee io health.
eyes the smaller craftsmen .
: by necessity,
1:--.1i-' ,'and 'wotri n-:'caa'be .born' under 'the considered w' ? ,y ThialawhatPexunsuii doing aH
that it ,
was .unnecessary.
.
{ American 'flag wild:enough..to;,indulge. Not a dl'l'anrJ probably not sit ;
;;;i\t for them to 4 do so and 'as a result the a paasea in which some one does not
f and .
.....s. r ; In:such prodigality and pretense agent, Mr. Ballantine,.caught them napping : ; ; ti similar experience' .with ? FBfia4Core : Y
.,.;"-n,1"'f'l but took other thanto ,. .
: 'ff According .no advantage eft the, SHht Colin .sad Ate.
to this. New Yorkcity
'b :.. author; JI' explain to them just:what they:: most Consumption -

'J.-. ."w.: haf ,'1,0110'' .. iaiinionairea. whose', do in the premises.Si.i C
! "= s ," '" __ The first step toward. eoanuapUon.l!
Over *'- !T
1 wealth la I$ .OO ,OOO. or; more. ( ( ( cold. The&extstepisafaUnret

\{: '" one-fourth' /of"the: pjnionaires own ,.: ;One and'May ALL you, have, .aHappy V promptly";The, third step is the de

;gJr ;5: more than;$10,000,000. and'"forty-eight and prosperous.New Year. 'of catarrh, which gradually
. j 1 t,' .' 'posesfoetnnes; of over,$40,000,000 Souvenir Cards of ; chronic. The fourth step, the

;:. while.a'score and a half,of them range. Titosville for sale. begins to spread from the head

,. f 3 ;, ,in ,weaJtl1bQtween. / ; ,VrS,00. ,OOQ.ana the' Cbaa.-'A.'Gardner,' ,Titnaville, Florida.. the throat, then to the bronchial

, 1 g t.'" t :|7 >,ooQoooY>of1JQhn.-- ; ,DEockefeUer. ,, \ 'MELBOURNE.'Hotel I- V ., and ftn&1l1.1Dto,the lung usa -

whose Income.alone'is placed.,at,,|45000,000 ,-: IIl consumption in the first stage.At .
\: Bellevoe will be ready for winter any time during the progress of ca

\i} '. a year. iTbese millionaires andmnlttm11ionatrea'drrell guests'January,the 1st., I I Ia l from the first onset of the cold to
- and
:: \> in palaces Ir
The large addition to Mrs. Edgar Jones' final settlement in the lung,Ferana
t1.y;:: .m palatial, apartment' houses and hotels house is being rapidly pushed.Dr. ; be relied upon to atop the d&eate.
v )::" WhiCh 'hs. >e.'COst from $2,000,000 to. youbave.takeu.cold, toy ,Ycrana
L. A. Peek has men at work building : .
r' '.' N $0,000,000, ,and' the details of ,theh : delay. One bottle in; the be
y.
: :'::1 uariryidTbigluxury; teaching" lives a Dew 'office near bis home on New: ;: will do more good than a hall
'
; are given Vt length. ,A family :with an Haven avenue. bottles afUf .the catarrh' hu
lt. Mr. John_B. Lee, of Chicago, will soonbegin Itself on the lungs,'
: Income 0{$ .500,09.0 supports .a $2, 00-
the erection a handsome large Thousands of Testimony
000 house in town, $250,000 cottage
;. ; J winter home New Haven avenue.Mrs. We hare on file thousands of teati
: : Idlrondacks on .
p'& I by the'sea, with a "lodge" In the -
. M Nicholson 'Miss Mollie Nicholson & from people who have beta
s *
{.\ ,Vyacht'andji: raring stable. ; Miss Lillian,Powell, : Aurora. ,'Ind.,writes:..
., and Mr. John Nicholson were' the of catarrh of the lungs by oruns.
1., .. servants of ;the family'number cold from : ;
> The "Last spring caught* severe out readers a alight
give only
;M, guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. a Nicholson oath the rain and la* day 1 bad most can
,/i : seventy-nine,,and,they",have sixtyfourhoned of the:raat array of npsoHeited
'? ;' and thirty-one wagons; and.car. on Christmas thinking would soon Leave me. Bat tt bong \' menta we' are" Tecdring every
Me88 Wm. Frank Gibbe /felt something mast be doneas my j
Gibbs and.
.I 1 riages.. This family,;:.man,' wife and ul bad beard so much about Pemoa and In / ( 'No other physician in the world
t' : .and the of Bayhill, and Miss Helen. Miller,'.of 'received such yolume'of, eathu.
children,. with.:,their,servants and began taking It regularly. I was gratified a
t guests they t entertain/,.drink' and Titnsville, were the guests of Dr.and Mrs. cold and cough was broken up, and three '.Lr..L"e.\ & letters of thanks Dr.Eartcua

emoke up $135,000: 'year, The luxurious Peek the past week stored IDJ'usual good health.-UUlanPoweU. ( PeTun&.

#w r, surrounding of these people, their Master Fraiser Campbell, .our young

of violinist, rendered two nice solos at the for anaefor 1906.
,dress and, Jewels' .,'recall'' t. descriptions' Ask your druggist 1
M. E. church Christmas which were great-
before the fall
Home,_ _
'1,1 This reign,of wealth, Mr. Phillips'declares ly enjoyed by many.

c? is;.breeding? a ,spirit of aristo. Mr. Allen Campbell came up from their; pretty Christmas songs and' recita- \
to spend Christmas with his tions. A beautiful Christmas 'tree'wpJ) ,
crane cant.which causes Europe'to Rpseland ,
,
.
loaded with gifts for and old \\'I'S
folks Hotel Bellevue where the usual young CIGAR \
at
_! laugh at, but not to fear America. But I ,
the main attraction for the little folks
old English dinner served.
good was
cc the author does not agree with the European -
notion that democracy America Mr. S. T. Middleton, of South Tacoma, who were all made happy. ; .

is a'failure, as.shown by "the reign Washington, arrived lately and is a welcome -

-' 'of gilt" 'It' will .take 'time, he says, visitor to Melbourne. He is among EAST COAST MEAT MARKET I ...
t the at Hotel Carleton. Mr. Middleton meet
for the 80,000,000. of' Americans, surcharged guests t

with democratic Ideas,' to hopes soon have a handsome home G. P.DUBElf, &geit, fill the '

welgk measure and judge When that built on his property. i1 j

:< 'r time conies European caste must stand Hon.! 'Geo. R. Lyon has moved intohis Florida and h :

,from under. ',Universal:free. .education handsome new home,on the bluff. t
ti
'
is "dennocricy's'dynimo" and our national No! prettier spot on the East Coast than 'WesternHeats 1-I I

._ 'safeguard against foes within his; being so prettily located on this fill b ..

'and foes' without the realm. The author's high bluff with a fine view Indian river ll A""
; YOU WILL ENJOY
descriptions are eloquent 'and and surrounded with beautiful palm
JJ I we of our popular brands of civii. We T
mprei tve.: The vanities and extravagancies irange and other tropical trees and fruits. them fresh from the nw,nfactu- 4

;'??,- ,which he'usa11i-.are real, but Melbourne is steadily advancing. This of all Kinds ure and that's why *

: plutocracy, being only a phase and little town is one of the healthiest, spots RETAIN THEIR FINE FLAVOR *

If ;:S !withal. a local phase' instead of tbfI an the earth. If our doctor had to dependon TITTJSVILLE, FLORIDA. are uniform in quality. Our cheap $

'.i' whole of American life e n'perish his income from our town's people he II smoke bttter than moat expensive T
:
elsewhere. Well made cig
L under the:weight of.its own corruption. would starve to death,as few of them get F bought
.
from selected tobacco well cored v
yet the'mighty,fabric of American sodety'wlII rick. Good fishing here all the year i us I an exquisite smoke. We have :

. ,:. stand unshaken. round; splendid sport bird hunting just STEVENSWHENYOUSHOOT joke kind.

west of Melbourne and a trip to the St.lohns RED CROSS PHARMACY

Recently 'a .common' vagabond and prairie by wagon is one of. the great y Y J FEE TITUSV1LLE.

eel, jailbird who posed as. a mysterious ittractions.

-:. = traveler from some unknown land and Christmas was as usual in Melbourne a
h LA POSADA
called himself the bewitching name quiet but enjoyable one to most of our

"Bita Amor" was detected In Paris by people. On that day Hotel Carleton I r A Plauut h.II11J i...

: a thumb,imprint. Rita spoke a language furnished a good Christmas dinner to her 4 ;. Augustine, Florida

which punled philological ex; (guests and, friends; The Brown House Convenient to Union Depot

n perts and no wonder for It watt a Jar? ilso was well prepared to entertain all V }( and to all point of interest

gon formed of the syllables of three who went there. In the evening the bell Located ad ill-tl-Teir
I Ton want to HIT what JOG are liming atI Opt
patched together., Faddists f the M. R church called IN THE
languages > together manyf I -be it bird beast or target. Mate your the BATES:

i***as*- ,*--i r paid a, high price for admission to see oUr people to spend a pleasant evening 1 sbou For' count by STEVENS shooting the ARMS STEVENS.have and for 11,50 and 12.00 per day

{ and hear the impostor until the thumb in hearing the children .sing and recite carried 41 off yean PREMIER HONORS for AC. Special rates to families
E. D. }
marks cut snort the stances. and .landed CURACY. Our line: vs. } and permanent guests.
Dying of FamineIs
the fellow la:jail Essie Mrs. C. Gould ProprietressJ.L.MOBLEY
in its torments, like dying ofconramption. Rifles Shotguns Pistols ,
rr't The progress of consumption, To Essie !
When President Eliot of Harvard torn the beginning to the very end, is a Ask yes nnialaSeed 1 dS.1a stamps

preaches. "the simple life he tnowMrhatbe on* torture, both to victim and friends."When'I silt nr..caa.at.btata ca the STKnN5.. for complete spare output Cawoc, \ Bill You of are .

S? la talking about Throughout the had consumption in its first we, lliip dirt tr \\'a1uahlcbookofJe the above TITUSVILLE, FLA.,
: J 'u'yt ar4 IIPOII ace for JIRIt1II and.ecdptafcaklloep.ice
writes W .
of Cearfoss.VIA.
itages m. Myers, !
day of
., passed at the head of pOcpeetin shooccn.&autiful
thirty-five years all kinds of Kal-
., "after trying different medicines and THE : for Painting,
the onivjwsfty' .haa.had BotUog to a good doctor, in vain, I at last took Dr. three-color Aluminum Hanger will as the Staining, Finishing and Paper
'
K. .. ." do'wfflL the attainment of weilthhv JI e king's New Discovery which quickly be forwarded lot io cents in stamp published $ ng. at the most reasonable price

; stands straight despite his ;seventy md perfectly cored me.u Prompt relief J. Stevens Arms &.Too! Co. weeks.Witness with good wotkmanthip.
7'", eats :and sleeps',V well' tad 'issi and rare care for coughs, colds, sore the 2nd anywhere on the East Coast
hroat,.bronchi eta Positively P.O.Box40MCBXCOm
;
uwtiea' bo [SAL] cially\ solicited. Let me know what
: after toowleflfe
eager *, ante pneumonia. Guaranteed at pre-I FALLS JUU..U.B.AJ .
Harvard student tliq-slr price 50c and f want and get my estimate on it.
> sY entered .as a WB Pharmacy,
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all
tottle. Trial bottle free. F.J. attention, given to rk. .: i iII
jean ago.su

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-' : : -v- : ""-': 't. --? U :bro Cht.' tPa'night ;:' "f" -
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\ murdtarof: and .
: ., {(: (c 4:1. MoDdaTaight; within :> >-; .
: ... < '. \>:p.o ,' .. the deal :Of. 6- ld:" "'
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1 -t*-q );_ ._ Y >"" ,_ J>o. <. !,l! .. fortnight urI thereafter; a'?vicious. Too- ''' j ,1- : ?"' :
( :::: Paii.5"&P1W_,060.00,1s :-,:.. > .. ;-';. coJ0re4.b07andbl"a1moawe&dep. : h- : ; = e
,Iaoeepessatea.. .. ..c'o.. ,. ._.0' attack;inn made"Mint Daisy' Carpenter : _"' !/ bid ,,.::.: .:", ,'.t,;" "",, .-- '..' <,' .'" .. '.-"' '' ': ;:z.TbI ? owns x k.:land*, ..,. ; _-..: _.Mf.AUo Wef;,: .,who. .' .J h!'f!;: ,;,>
'..; ? 11II '" company oj a .well ,known lad ather feted..,,eboutthn: V small.boatTampa; ., ;;;, 0r4 .
.. .>, 'i.i... ,,."<: ,In ..Indian River Coon-. : 'younr- : \
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< ;ir'> .,.< }{% + 1(: ) i.W. t: .: ..,.. 'itrr.. ,' on the 8t Lucia River,".. .own home :tin', _Cocoanut GTOh Bay, JJ..dn i g.theternoon.o. W edi'l :-t t
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I'I.l tS. r. .' ;; at New Ri'ferIUMI.n. Bisj :: nesdayv. .In,.a .small. ..boat.they'werebringing : iV -, _'. ,:t
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: ... Wednesday: evening: >: 'r .
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,'" ,,, f_ .j eayne Bar.!' r.t. 'a load of fish,totlia Tampa 't ". x(j
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....... <;..' 4 :" '.(."."..'?..i3fI' -' '1W"\'-'"', V.-<" -A ,
"'"_'.. .. J ..-_ .. : 1U ., ; ; Sperrpand; were
'D'B PRICES: SUIT iXY
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.,' =. .:w. .._".,.;;:, .','to-- '>; { t ,- 'F back'porch_ of.'xthe residence. .,, she caught\in a gale, which ,filled their
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; :'- 'I:1.xt ; 7t. > g nd for Uud list.AY .; paused, a moment and ,was alarmedto little with.''water. The. 'j- _.

:; ....., '. >.' "' .'". ..,.....l.---''''...+. ?><.;,:Ji., 1-'fRP.1i'f'f'01t' ". ont U !...< s .e'a man step.' from" behind,. :a tree, ;'I.; furiously :avept.. them about. and ;
._ '. it a
: broke the
boat
_ is3 Ts4'ifS over : until the boy,. j,
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_Ol-&t; pia cold ID single ittJ1' r JfTAMT.* not ten -feet from W11 re' 8he"fwas ,
.
:> .,' ,.,,- ...1t'I. ,.-I ;Jl: u8JILLE: AST). unable.to stand the buffeting :wajters, : ., !
., $" < t ,->$. rdt ogibroncsprevents:, standing..Before died" of. '
-! ; :.> >! 1t t ':' : Inithe arms' his companion .j

.' ""t. ..,' ...... "" ...-:.; -... ., pMUffioait;: Physicians hind tdyteeptrentstokeep -: -MARKED' IMPROVEMENTS" she 'could' 'utter..a. sylable or West,' who, though. almost exhausted i :% ,:

.-.. ..... r:'y. ... ',,"';-">,"''eoal'': '> .,,;-"''.'t'''' Ji' p 8.: ': T,",.' i.-j 'bx-z-i-v' T- mo Ito* iey'eeabyt n :: : -;" -='... can. put, .the. man aeIzad her and attempted himself. ,. clung; to the boy's, 'bodyto, '
:- <'M ......' s."i'ieispde 't/.ft t m + Shown In:the ShrfpmenUOi .Florida .
;''' '!'''. ..=.. := r Fur lb.eouRMaf'eo.ldpeP to"'drag her off the'porch. safe it from''belng :washed .ove -; s i
'''-: :: ->: d 1M bererM ; .
Y .. ._ ,, .'tt.-< ...;..tJ..coaY1ct ;oil.. r".l:.t--v .' SKULL,y 8aratop.iiWi .lm4: .Orang .. At'.this ,she' .Y.,screamed' ,and'' hermather.and board. '.Wesfis, strength was".fast. giving z :
J 7 ".< <1lt 'i 1:&J! ; ; 1' ; fM: ( .fJ.* ; Lcamta: (N. Yi Fruit Trade, Journal) out" when tha [Manatee, about S ,' '!
1
,A.- ,} { '"" 'J. ..""t r"" 'fob 1.owell. )f.... sister who, .were within, : -.19l
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"1111 Of.48enatot;=nnlknef : There distinct ,and welcome o'clock at 'nIght, was lighted. and, ,
"",. -' was a the house. and:only a few feet away: .

'<. .i.'",," ?; -- '.:"'"* deitioyoA'hy;.,? ....' .. .'. fire' ,Th"-- rent; t turigs improvement; 'In the Florida orange came to her rescue. hailed by the. plucky' fisherman. The *l j

.:.,'.. < .l...r!w.-!;.fi"4...., $ !f.-8" ..' .ft'J o. ..". :.-...>- ..."" situation. this ;week. ,the feature of the 'The scoundrel, In the meantime, steamer put ashore, and picking up ''
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.r 'R'I.1i r.1 Iadle6la' j 1TJI'' ... ";;;;;.;.::.';.";.CioPanyfr' AyefiPRto greatfy aid the Cherr trade being i that stock arrived in. bet; had pulled her a.few: .fee,away from the nearly d)1ng.man and, .his dead, 4 j
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<:'.;"" ;'if ".iba4'en'tncatlpoirated' jvlth Pectoral. .. .lay. br. afcina ,up f a COM,. tei condition. .This,. coupled with an the house and In the struggle had burden, brought them too/this city-
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,," --'if.: ;- increasingly aetl'fe'demand, and diminishing West, when. hauled onto the steamer
1: :.j'-'i: .
_'?-: if r 000"tt. : torn the sleeve of her waist and-almost
:' :t !'!' I r: I: I" ., AccordiagftW a:ireportv Issued;:bye the supplies, resulted In an ad fell to the,deck from exhaustion; but
demolished
_ .. that
__. ..,-.....,r : 4"' h 1!,". ,'",<-,..,......ate!;.. ,.n"'l1,,:' r.'frOb-'r,AI!; State. 'r-"Boatel"of ,.He. 'a1th. '.the-:cost: to. thStatet.olI'l '! vane 'of.'fully. 25 cents'per, box on Hearing the approach garment.of ,her soon recovered sufficiently: to relate ,

-"F, ff .:s;I' '" -\>:....:>.2.V3";.' .; -1 'Seaward..... '' ; UngUart'lsummer'iB. outbreak alf grades towards .the .end of the the exciting eXperience' he had gone.
mother' and sister the fled
vlUian .
.....,,,,.p'iirt:'wJl: ; "..-:.;.,;..{,.., '-s.' III"(1.,,<<'' :r'f1 .. .of.;,yellow fever was: ,Z,108)f! week,' ,with'.the market closing .firm through,with during the afternoon." :::s

"'. ...sn.., '. 4-- ,, rnfahba. t"1I"tJ. {:; Of. : Ta.'a.. for ,Tampa$2919916 ,forPensacoja and ,an ,excellent outlook Dor" next through the orange ,grove and die
': 1'J'> : : appeared I
_ ""M-t.: 'i F! 11rl6 u ice s forpn tftUI" :plana tos4d00e'buUding a ndT,81i,366.62'Sor4he: : :State'at larp] week. The',holiday demand began to Slept Under a .Tent :a '
t' .' v severe :
'<-k. ;r.,:ki.1 $, ; a'totaiofrti erics; : y ,be felt;last week,.and,at the--close- of Miss Carpenter suffered a '(MIami News.) .Ic: i
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"' .t ":' \ -1---.J : i. ; W shock from the ordeal and finally .
...... --.F.t.. Coast The work ofaompletlpg the.dredge last; 'week, sound stock .of good to : '
,""'... ; ..>;' ;.Floflda"Tart" ; :. collapsed from the nervous ececta News 'comes from the keys of an { '
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.f.i1..,.,::.;Ji.j':1_: :-.j.-\,. ;.ro..,.AI........oIi-, ........H..ttJ"f- ,.'4...,.v... "' ..1<.Pa1m'at' "> ........1., 1. .c'Ot;;sins'ricer the- twenty!from'Jackioffato 'fo "ViBhanniBlJiflthe But fancy the' quality, dftficuity was was in active that :the request trade of the fright received.A interesting episode In connection ,: '

; :? ,,_ .; :.. Saturdayti .. with the visit of' the Florida East i
._ '.''.'. .JJ. !' '''', ,. .. -'.<'","-.."" '!...." ,C", .,..- \he'aea.hasbeen'. could .not 'get enough stock which posse has been out, hunting for
ff """ ;;'fI successfully aecompUahedaud'from'
.'t<; f!:"'";;; .*",*..: <, ..t}:* .> a r.,....r.. wassatisfactory.;- This also has bean the aasafiant but he cannot be Coast Railway officials, to. the scene.. ,.
ft w
";*"*ij/s>.j 3viN thedredges' ::
&t nereihatbee'conaiderable| stir I 'now on ; found '. of operations on ,the ,railway exient' -
.. certain thus
..., < tn /to a extent week, -
wnt"b remodngshoals
engaged in 1
[ ? i'ia -pier 1D---'Ferimdlna. no. less'vesiela ,
= J; ; ph ; ,. . ., have continued to stop to Key West. I
many
as
af $ ifc : ** .-- 4)rldeD oranges
:';..v.,',!,.t"'"' ..*,than i iiijnte4li" | -1 being.:' in-, portfaijonMimeoasf .. : ng the:channel' arrive In' a wasty and irregular condition Telephone'Line Very: Handy The party spent,.Saturday on Key

-.';lTI :",,.",..>,:...,,, ,,.,., .. : .... week.jjbdxes.. .. Automobiiing at .gay Palm:Beach ]a } and buyers :were afraid,,to take Th3*new telephone line .from Kis- Largo and while there .It became -
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., &ri'"{t4. .:. : <' t.vmtthonsand;: Mi.t'" 'f ,='- : of oranges destined ,.to prove a popular* feature, hold of?: fruit which might'no "stand slmiree to Narcoossee and Intermediate necessary to send the steamer .St..

''f.'jf'J- f' as no spot in the country'can furnish points came In very handy for Lucie which the ,party is''travel-
*;; Mi"v: :OMnpoiwd, one'friilt' shipment 'on the.Iastgttip up" over night. The. trade was discouraged on

; t) .-.-.r -"C, -_in. Jacksonville,' ofCI7de more. desirable. or interesting driveways by fruit which, .when sold Mr. D. N. 'Floyd Peghorn last'Tues.day lug,' 'to some other ,point.for some

.i .i:<::...iI.th te 2 ::Una- .steamer i'Arapahoe.I. I and. too, it'proba y means appeared to be sound but went to night. Ike Peterson and Jim and purpose or other.Something .. -,
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: t-t,The*-record rtmd81i' .catch of theseason'W miles,-of hl.rd'roads viI 'be 'buyt. on this week,' a,"great deal of stock Tuesday and had imbibed a little too and 'she did not .return to.KeyLargo: r

. j-J.; : !" c m&de'.f.; mf Saturday the peninsula and throughout this en showed twenty-five; per,cent,decay on freely, and'upon their return to Peg- Saturday' night. Mr: Flagler and. his '

.f S"?. ..,. i .;bl,: :eloopiniacka: 175 0t:these 'gamefishbebg.bindedindmarketed tire section ofthe east coast country arrival,' and after: being here..two or horn decided that It would be the friends, however, were' comfortably,

.' ':.'.; "' from. ." ,..- three I days, showed 40 per cent, rot. proper thing to "shoot up the town. provided for. They were' sheltered '
; .J. .
"',"">> -" <4".;f. ::.t,: that' c L: There being only one store' there it
'''\. .. .!: ."fl. : a .Bon:. Hugh Archibald' McBachern. Some think this condition has been by a large tent and were provided __

_ <.F ;i1... ;fe-atill''a'' >possibility. .that:the due to last winter's freeze coupled drew. their entire fire ,artillery. Infantry with cots on whtch.they slept There ,

.. ..:?,:t,&t.109. .*uhoteI:at'West Palmhave Jack-Till with:warm rainy weather in Florida; and gatling guns. Amid the of to rea\' Including -
R; :;? : ae f reh'steps i the' stock fusillade Mr. Floyd thought of the. recently was plenty something "- \
.. ',4. ..fig$euh.1fba baulk i lie was 'identified with the big naval but coming in last fall at fish' fresh from the..water, y
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: .. ; ;; the orig&m the installed telephone ana throughits .
fiib8en'.taktecLrrrithreugh : this time was In pretty much
,J., ; : stores concerns and was also a director and the experience was rather enjoyed .
... ;,'j'. ... .. .; "' n.- .". same condition, although ,it had had aid he had Sheriff Walker on hand .
" /1>"".J : ='. .. C.Ywykpli .;...s...... .. ..AJL of.the Florida Bank.and ,Trust by4he entire party.
authorities no freeze the preceding winter. But inside of two hours who arrested ;
:< ._ So tar the:police) have_ Company'and president of the Jacksonville 4
no matter what the (and it is them and .broughtthem to town. The
cause
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successful1
tot been in running,down
.F i. j. Development' Company. The Thomas Grice, a- negro has been '
; believed the rot has now about Grand Jury being still in session took
1-.i.t:: :she. murderer: : Mrs. David Suggs interment took place.Sun 1y in Ever. I found guilty at.Pensacola of the mur-
: '' stopped), the trouble began in Flor up the case on Wednesday and ren- .
: .. .. .,.i the woman. who;wasp,beaten. to death green Cemetery, Jacksonville. dered true bills against them and they der of Leon Hicks. also colored. He-.
ida. A shipper wrote from Tampa
C5ocoanut Grove: In Dade count -
fii'f.ii near. ; : : *
> will have to for their mis will receive a death, sentence. .
1.1 ;: ',' .'. ac The case of the State vs. Cannon that oranges which had been sent answer e #

"'i"-itt: '.0' "!. et al ..the Orange City election there for shipment from a few miles deeds to Circuit Court-KIssimmee .

. ''.7 .. '.. ..-".Maurice'R. Johns., of Stn&rt'a' memo fraud case, was finished at noon Saturday distant already were beginning to Valley Gazette. I

:4 <. f her=,of tthe,Board'itf County Commissioners at DeLand show and
, ., Judge Shayior decay, it looked as if the
F L f ,. .of:' Dade'.county, has been adJud .- charging the Jury at noon, and in ten stock was affected when packed. Need Deep Water. ConsumptionThere

s / :'O" 'Jlnsane'lindlhas! been removedtpthe"statetosane minutes. verdict of not guilty was This tendency to decay, has made Messrs. Melton and McCoy will r

I .; >, ." ::Jiyium: at Chat returned. The defense put in no' it necessary to sell the fruit quicklyon l'ave tomorrow for Tomoka..jivqr,
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> ...-....,.; .;",, <. .tahoociyelr c -- .i ik '. ..... evidence at all. for the State was unable arrival, and partly for this reason where they will lay out a channel. is specific for '
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'k-; :;: : 'TW'commUslonera. 'of Dade.county to prove that: more votes were the auction offerings'have been heavier At the intersection: of the Halifax no

M; ': hale" enterea suit-againstthe city of cast for Alexander for Congress than than usual. and wasty stock sold and Tomoka rivers at times the water consumption. Fresh air exercise

ft'1: :.:: .MlilO'epmpel: the payment of'ifJJr. the-returns showed. low.As has been so low that boats could nourishing food and !

: "; '. Ooo: .'. leatfthe'city's share of the now coming, the oranges are not enter and this has happened at Scott's Emulsion will come

i 'i :,, .w.:,cost'ofthe .DeW. ,,bridge across theJOaml'riVer Mr. H. L. Beeman is & receipt of a giving better satisfaction and the the busiest times' during the season pretty near curing it, there. E

j'M1" : ;-.:'" .. /* letter from Mr. R.Hudson Burr president feeling of the trade is one of con it is the purpose to dig out the channel is anything to build on. Mil

t of the Florida Railroad Commission fidence. This week's receipts showed so as to have a depth of water ,
.. ; is arranging to lions of the :
W Blqunt people throughout
J.i ? ;; in which he that the meeting .
; : says improvement as the week advanced. about four feet, Instead of twentyfiveto

J\. rebuildoathe site of. the large: blockrecentlyHestroyed which was called for December18th The supply was liberal, .on Mondayand thirty inches wnich Is now prevalent world are living and in good
Y" by'fire In Pensa- '
: '" at Orlando, to consider the mat Tuesday and"the condition Irregular health on one lung. !
:t' r purposes .to erect a
-';! -1 .;; COl&8: noW. foffice building ter of better train connection 'between but since Tuesday the conditionhas The managers of the Hotel Or. tj From time immemorial the

;,. '; ;f'l. seven'. -story fire pcoo R the Florida East Coast Railway and Improved considerably; and the mond are pushing the scheme and
doctors cod liver 'J
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: coef$100,000Mw prescribed
. '" ? to : the Atlantic Coast Line Railway at demand increased. Not only was the they are of the opinion that they

:,' )':" ;.";' 1..... .: .. ; Ellen Calf' Long daughter of Orange City Junction and: Sanford'. holiday trade more active but scarce- should have the hearty cooperationof : oil for consumption. Of ,: ;

f;: a;' ':": >"Z' former: Governor Richard Keith Call and which was postponed until a ly any California oranges were sold all the boat owners in Daytona. course the patient could not .

p.t.. died in Tallahassee Sunday, aged 80 later date, will be held on January this week, and the trade all turnedto take it in its old form, hence .

:-4 ii .'' yew The deceased,had the dlstlnctton 3, 1906 in tills city at ,10 o'clock a. Floridas. These being in lighter Important Injunction- Suit. it did very little good. They. .

( O at;being the first white child nx, at the San Juan Hotel.-Orlando supply were cleaned up so fast that Subpoenas were served Friday on can takeSCOTT'S .

born Tallahassee.., Reporter. they did not have a. chance to go to i the trustees of the Internal Improvement
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:fit E:* > ,A charter from the State of Florida pieces on receivers' hands. Fund In an Injunction suit : ,

ta.< rnaa 'been granted to WnllamMiF Body Becovered After Six Month As last week's auction offeringswere brought against the trustees of the

and Jas. After having been in the water for heavy, aggregating over 14,000 Internal Improvement Fund of FlorIda -
Heim, Melville F; Spencer, ;
six months the body of Engineer boxes. Including a small supply of by the Tallahassee Southeastern i'
Beach forming EMULSION
:, :;5': Holly 'of' West. Palm grapefruit took wide :
and Elijah Pate of Albany Ga., who was prices a range Railway Company which seeks to enjoin -

'1Z-- ..v the American Cylinder Brace killed at the Columbus (Ala.) draw- as to .'Quality and condition of stock. said trustees from disposing of,
Tool Manufacturing Company. Some stock, showing much and tolerate it for a long iJ.
f. bridge on the night of June 20, has waste paying out or otherwise appropriating I

..Yf--p ::":, Then: jury to the' Simmons- 'murder been recovered at Apalachlcola. went as low as $1.45 to $1.75; whileat any money now in their custody or time. There is no oil, not :

.-f.: trial at Jacksonville. ,' has found Tom 'There were three 'men on the engine the other extreme fine large control arising from the sale of about excepting butter, so easily ,. !

';.a. ?.?.: JHisler guilty: with a recommendation which went though the open bright and pineapple oranges sold at 110,000 acres of land situated In the digested and absorbed by the .

-t, to mercy. He will be sentenced drawbridge into the Chattahoochee $3.35 and $3.85 respectively. There counties of Taylor and Lafayette and system as cod Ever oil in the -It
dyer The remains of Fireman Bates were not enough pineapple oranges to '
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> : to.imprisonment at hard labor for'th sold by the trustees to the Tallahassee form of Scott's Emulsion j
and Supernumerary Engineer Dobbins count and large sized' fancy brights
'rlbr of his natural life.an Southeastern Railway Company and that
.:. remainder were recovered after 1few were very"scarce.. is the reason it is so ,.
,.l ,: \ deeds being placed in escrow in the
.' 14..,.. Gen. Francis, P. Fleming commanding weeks, but the remains of Engineer Practically sound stock wef. colored helpful in consumption where .1/;
First National Bank of Tallahassee.The .
the Florida Division United Pate drifted to the sea, where the and .of desirable size and maturity its use must be continuous. r

: : Confederate Veterans, has appointed body was found. It has been positively fetched $2.60 to $2.70 per box defendants are required tq ..
. show cause on the 23d. day of January tj We will send 11
a
;3s. adjutant by the carload you :
and $2.55
., ; Comrade. B. J. MagUl, as identified. to $3 by
., :. general and chief of staff with the the lot. Any fruit in such condition 1906, before the Honorable John sample free. .:, ,

E':;:. 'rank of colonelto: succeed Cot Fred. A CeHafai Cue for Cmp that it would keep for the Christmas Malone, Circuit Judge at Quincy
: u Robertaon.the retiring adjutant- When a child shows symptoms of trade was in active demand. Fla., why the injunction as prayed picture in the form of .1
L. there is time to 10'
no experimentwith
:. croup should not be granted.-Tallahassee a label ii on the .;"" ;1
;- general new remedies, no matter bow highly Grapefruit is in small supply and wrapper .. :.J&
1, of bottle of .
." they may be recommended. There is considerably ,higher.; Good stock of Capital. every i.
The Palm..Beach .Life, a new society one preparation that can always be depended desirable sizes commanded $4 to $5.50 Emulsion you buy. .". f'
I'i
make its It has been in for A Bad Sean '!
lij- weekly, will appear upon. use per box. Scott Sown ..
'.if': ance at Palm Beach ,early In Jan- many yore and has never been known Some day von will pet a bad scare, "
:: to fall vix: Chamberlain's Cough Reme- chemists'I
when you feel a pain in your bowels and lJ.
) ,!' ',- nary for the season. J. Herbert Welch dy. Mr. M. F. Compton, of Market, Beautifying methods that injure the fear ap nlticli.is. Safety lies in Dr. King's 409 Pearl Street ._

\-: arid 1": .0.: A. Laurence are the editors Texas, says of it "I have used Chamber. skin and health are dangerous. Be beautiful New Life Pills, a sure cure, for all bowel .
tt and publishers. Mr. 'Welch was Iain's Cough Remedy in severe cases of without discomfort! by taking Hollis- and stomach diseases, such as headache New York -

t'1t- Palm Beach croup with my children, and can troth tera Rocky Mountain .Tea. Sunshiny biliousness; costiveness, etc. Guaranteedat joc a&J fij&U in;{tat i
.formerly .editor of the folly say it always gives prompt relief. faces follow its use. 35 cents. Ask your Red Croee Pharmacy, only 25c. Trythem .. $*

& DiilyN wm. For tale by Bed, Croes Pharmacy. druggist. .1<
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.if.. ;:, :;.r M <"' t ::.: ''; ::. . ": .;:.t:' : A :...: .tltt.i Mabel-how:.tt.gait.feie.pslmase :bewuito''endure'thisfac.thli4"dsJi'Se'coukl: ,' bel took'from herppcketboofc an advertisement ,
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,:t, t;!" ',,",* of.tbe..OIt, .jcomjiarabls llq-, ,,' : the alcohol habit .C U1d 'be'placed:.secretly
,",; ;'i" '',''',",'' ;'- -' dawn upon hto Out'Mabel.was right; {
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.: <;;,, '" 'j' Out he really,1U.the refined drnnkardshehaAbintedkat. :
Ji'4'C : {,<,;..-.-.._.....- ?of. ,.oak ;'.' 'Sweetheart.. :5yonrglass < sweetheart and that he'would then'
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_w _' at: ppceltetoRobertWnf ;, will is responsible for his reformation ,
;"\\. 11 be # .' night.:where the physical action renered' Sol LOSS OP,VOICE ,LOOSENS THE PHLEGM AND USU
"'% < = sliaeed 6ttebSnd,1abrmotber'afa ,, : Mabel oqu1zed. :
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--h. ;" i max; assumed that look'of IEIPECTORATIONTHEALSTHELUNGS.', !
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'"4 1ff "M i'T Z'earl J.1:;_cannot?"Join; you!. in. ous :prostration'.and.heart failure the quiet exult).don which the faces' of all Endorsed' by leading :physicians as the!' BEST remedy.fo? :

>: Ws r f drinking.7 Vhisky BpbertVbut JOQ mows doctor called it. All ha needed'was abe good women wear when their Uttlheels' I Children's Croup'and Whooping.Cough becayw? f

-5M:'i 1': f .{1DJ Jaorror' of iriai teofcolMy: wd; be'dielof Jather iri a% Uttle>brandy.; 'Robert said.no, would have' crushed the beadV.V.. serpent it contains NO OPIATES. The'action Bollard's Here f
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.alit. L ;.y.o"; my uncle' : shot'*''''''ear friend'white""undethe"lnfluen '-",,, fight] it'outran a milk'diet, and he'sentatelegram hound Syrup is mild and benignit, is,adapted to Infants,**well !
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". ; 'rof.the"Incomparable ..,: ,. ,to Mabel, 'saying he 'was 'Huge Task "asadultsof everyvariety temperament and:constitution.I i .
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with a slight touch malaria;' -
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'Y .t'j< '.liquid Joy.* 'and' have.broken veins: It was a huge task to undertake the
you '_ ._ but, ,would be out u a'few days. I Read This RemarKable TestimojiialMRS. !
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; ? "I :: i ; ;,. -fo' ''v week >later be bad but Electric Bitters did it. He writes: was sick for three months and th. doctors told m. n. wd quick eaasumption. s

: 't I 'replied i BobertT. ".1I.op.are: .* "' not. lostjtwehty pounds. He was pale and "My kidneys were so far gone I could .procured a botUe of BallaTo"sHorebaHnd Syrup,aa t tIt
.'! becoming;a: fanatic. i't. thin ana be walked with a cane. With not sit on a chair without a cushion; cured hIm. H UcowaweUnian.butw alwayik ep.&battMm f t

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f.;* A Label earnestlyr.'rrhere,is no moral or him..: There was no allusion to the bet Bitters however, I found a cure,and by TMRXft SKZKSi SJe* 5Oc $1.00.mot'J' ; tIALI
/it 'physiological (defense for the',use';of them was restored to perfect health : '
the: for which LOUJItiN8.
f2it during evening, ,Robert' I recommend this great medicine to ID.S SNOW UNMENT> CO.. _> ST. tii.

r.,.r.ii.".-tt1.,""', t. 'JcoboL 1 h,.'.,"" r'"';..',Pbyaidanslvse-it'onbyias. ,. ,,,-, ':.- : .,. ; tu, was Inwardly grateful, but such an at all with weak kidneys, liver or stomach." j
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",...'.;: ':1.> ; .;;1:. P .."": .1,, --at > ,.,)..Z'w that Robert felt'that she 'was the only RED CROSS PHARMACY, TirCSYILLE$, ud EAO GALLE FEAESiCY, EAU GALLffi. R
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ft ,, .) ,Y irs :.- I' tij t\ I flattered himself' man fashion, by New Year's day to the people of I I

,,,.- ..".. ,; ., thinking that she was worth the fight French Canada Is as much of a social Southern Railway.EFFECTIVE ;
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JL1f $ came to take him away he drank as Christmas is to their English ACG. 6, 1005. .. I

,: "" ,- a glass of fruit Juice-which Mabel. ., said speaking fellow citizens. As in the :

>..""" ,\,.-.,:,=,.; x was of her'. own concoction. United States, France and England so No.: 80Daily.. No.: SiDailr.. Between Jaekionvffle and New York't:' No.Daily.4M 89. No.JI Daily, I

-;4.: :is Alcohol Is'a.kind .of liquid cement In the province of Quebec the religious 755 p ._...___ 9 10 a Lv Jacksonville, Fla.......-So. $y. Ar. V 00\ -...-.=,-_ 820 P 'r" f i
"-" {' which buds men of a bibulous type together observance of Christmas is very much 1215ft --.___ 120 P Lv.Savannah,Ga._._____ bo. By.< Ar. a -._; 4 001 P t
1i'j : ; and'now that the cohesive element more Imposing than that of New 9 55 a == 1020 P _Ar. Charlotte, N C-___..So. BAr. Lv. BMp =: !.!!.!

'{ was lacking Robert did not feel Year's day, but among the French 858 a Richmond, Va......___.So. By. L1' 1180 == 1110 P J

"" :, easy with his old ',aoel teL Besides Canadians the day of social festivityand 950 a Ar. Washington, D. Cn....-.So. By Ly. 011 a .__._. 950 p i
-r.' they resented his; desertion as; an Implied family reunions and of the giving 1----- SO a Ar.'Baltimore Md.,..........P. E. R Lv. 811 a .-.... 122 p i
: and receiving of gifts la not Christmas 145 pAr. hiladelrba! Pa....., --.P. R. XLv. a as a IMp
1.i'J.if.
reflection their habits. l
>:: on own 413 pAr. New York, tf. Y...._____P. R. R LT. 1219 I....... I U pNo.
f'#r f; 'J, h Consequently:Bobert spent nearly all but New Year's. To many of the

{ !: I Us evenings lithe society of his sweetheart younger portion of French Canada's I .. 33 and 34-"New York and Florida Express.: Dally Pullman Drawbf..... Boom ,
:::';'" And Invariably after returning population New Year's day Is still Sleeping Gar between Jacksonville and New York. *
Noe. 29 and "Washington and Florida Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Boom '
known It In those ..
I as was provinces of .
.. from the concert or theater, Mabel Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. -k y j. <
J :.!-i ..".:-, would ask him to take a parting glassof Frapce from which their forefathers t't'No
<$ 'JIIF. as le jour des etrennes the SO Ko.W
came day
iF.r some dew drink which she had dis r _:, I'brou b"TbeLaudolth. sky." f
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. of gifts. f '
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covered. :Now It 'It
;.' .'.ii" was an orange phosphate 7 M p Lv. JacksoDVllle, Fls.,----_._._........_..._..__.....8a By. -Ar, l 00 A '
,';'. 1- -x and again.a glass of raspberry Heart Flattering 1215 a Lv Savannah, Ga-.-...--......._...._:...____.Sa"Bp. Ar". 450s
c: ""t, .;.. vinegar.or spiced'lemonade until Rob- Undigested food and in'the 6 00. Ar. Columbia, 8. C----------------: _..;___._.....;:......80 Ry Lv, .115.'
:.y. i ert began to believe that there was no ms stomach 150 pAr. Asbeville. N.C......_......_...._...:...._.._........_... .Rt. Lv 4 1J p I
'1 > the" located jnst below the heart presses! 237 P ,Ar. Hot springs N. ",....--..-.___...._....:-._..._.t$o.::R,. Lv l' 43 a
!ff; t' "lily.. DO Ton ur: ,' .,..:.lEi". end to kinds of temperance fluids against it and causes heart palpitation.When 600 pAr. Knoxville, TeDD.._____._____.._._. ......;:......_80. R,. L1' 9 U 1
In her cJo etI. your heart troubles you in that 815 a Ac CincinnatiOhio,____----.................-.:-__-_ Q. & c. J.T. 8 IS p
; : : horseman ,uses a spur. They have test* "It looks ss if you were going to win way take Herbine for a few days. You I
I' .. s ed its terrible reaction. Heart, lungs, your'bet, Robert," said Mabel one even- will soon be all right. 50c a bottle. Sold by Nos.29 and 30-Pullman Drawing Boom and Buffet Sleeping Can between Jacksonville and

,.; kidneys,'unite in rejecting it,as a deadly Ing when only two hours intervened Red Cross Pharmacy, and Ean Gallie St. L"uiet daily. .

enemy. It puts premium ofi mur. between the limit of the thirty days. Pharmacy tan Gallie,.Fla I
No. 13 Between JacboDrilIe and the North and West_ No. U
der, inspires thievery and makes strongmen !"Oh, yes," replied Bobert with easy I
, strike defenseless.women." I. ."It conclu R1IUIa' Jew Te... .-...... 745 Lv. Jacksonville, So R _.____.._____......,_. -.. as _-__
assurance. was a foregone _______.___............._. .
Here Mabel stopped overcomewith In Russia the new year Is ushered hi ....._ 8001& Ar. Macon So. lIS a .____
". sion." 20 a Ar. Atlanta, So. By.._......?.........._..--Lv. 1150 P _.._
i tD oUolL' "I suppose you will never touch by a long and rather tiresome New -------5- 45 a Ar Chattanooga, $o. Ry__................. ._..._.Lv. .1J P ....._
T k. _"Why my dear girl,! did not snow liquoragain?" she said wistfully."Oh Year's religious service, which Is followed p Ar Cincinnati Queen &Crescent____-.:...__--.Lt. 880 ...._

1* V that yon ,took(the matter, 10' seriously.Wfiat I don't know about that, Ma- by strenuous drinking, frequently == 840 P Lv. Cincinnati, Big Four Boate......._.__... 710 a .......
lei 'e' V has.stimulated; lOur' fnterei .in bel I shall probably take a glass of Interrupted prostrations before .__.__ 710 a Ar. Chicago, Bill Four Route.___....___.._..Lt. s 80 .___

; the subject so remarkably the all powerful Icons,'or holy pictures, == 835 P Lv. Cincinnati, Ptnn. Linea-_..._........___.Az. 8 is a == .
and then when I feel like
iabeFarose and walked to V his side. liquor now It. without which no Russian householdis ::::::: 710 a Ar. Cbicago, Penn. .....__..___..___ : 8Qp=

s She ran her slender fingers through his Of course 1 shall always respect your safe and which have played so prominent _..... 845 P Lv. Cincinnati, C. H. &; .- .........._.... 740 a _..-_
: prejudices.? 723 a Ar. Chicago C. H. do D.-Monon.-..__-.L.. 9 r
bronze curls; then she leaned over and a part in the war In the tar east. ==== p=
him on the forehead. "Prejudice Is sometimes another ____... 94i P I Lv. Cincinnati, C. H. &; D-Micb. Cent-_:__...._..Ar. 700 a ._.._
kissed
: name for truth, Bobert," said MabelAt .; 20 a Ar.Toledo, C. H. &; D.-Mich. Cent..L". 1140 p __
"Your Bobert, are responsible. have 10 o'clock Robert arose from his Sci>ndln>Tl '. Odd C.stoic. -------5- 25 a Ar. Detroit, C. H. & -Iich.Cent--.Lv; 1000 P .
=
t watched you since you have been coming seat and took a flask of whisky from In Scandinavia the favorite beverage 30 P Lv. Cincinnati Peon. Lines..___...__.__.........Ar. 6 a ...._
V .. here to visit me lately; Why, you New Year's day Is drunk from sliver ....___ 555 a Ar. Pittsburg PenD. Lines-____......_...........Lv .15 p ___
3 his pocket He poured an Inch and one-
: drank quart of claret at dinner this ; or wooden tankards or from horns of == 930 P Lv. Cincinnati, Big Four.._........._.._.....__.Ar. 150 a -...._
V Vv evening,' and'you have Visited the sideboard : the uroz, ah animal now extinct which ._..... G 45 a Ar. Cleveland Big Four.__________.._...__..Ly. t SO P _..._.

six times since dinner tonight" custom substantiates the antiquity of == Ii 30 p Lv. Lexington, So. By_.............___._..._____Ar. 1045. ===
4 erect in his chair and ....... 8 10 pAr. Louisville, So. By..._..___..______._..__.Lv. f 40 a-...:
Robert sat the Norse New Year's day. ManJ'oftheBe _...... 732 a Ar. St Louis. So. Ry___...____.__._._...... .... .Lv. 1010 P ----..r--
shook off the caressing fingers. "I did horns are old enough to have

not know that'I was alcoholically UDder been used by Thor and Odin. Nos. 13 and U-'The Florida Limited." Daily Solid Vestibule Train Through Day .
surveillance," he said coldly.- Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati

"That's the way: with a man," replied Coughing Spell Gauged Death
Mabel> sorrowfully. '"Tell him "r, No. 5 Xi} 13 Between Jacksonville and Kansas CIt1. 10,14 No. 6
_
"Harry Duckwell, aged 25 years, chok- -
the truth and he always meets It with ed to death early yesterday morning at :::=: 745 pL\. Jacksonville Fla, So. By__.............__.___Ar. ii a ==
brutality Now Mr. Gunpowder she his home in the presence of his wife and ______ 5 20 a Ar. Atlanta, Ga., So. By----..._...._._.._...Lv. 11 AI ..-.
herself on the arm cold fewdays _______ 12 01 a Ar Birmingham. Ala., So By......._.4 oi: i.......
seating
He contracted
continued child. -
a slight a ._...._ 8 05 pAr. Memphis. Tenn.. ....___________....._ 8 1& a ----_
: of his chair and putting her'arm ago and paid but little attention to _..____ 940 a Ar. Kansas City, Mo., Friseo__......._.............Lv. 810 p --_ '
w ,around ,his, neck, "I'm not going to i it. Yesterday morning he was seized
,quarrel with yon, but rm willing to with a fit of coughing which continued Nos. 13 and 14-"The Florida Limited." Daily.

bet you a ,box of bonbons against a for some time. His wife sent for physician EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE.J. .

pair of gloves that you cannot give up but before he could arrive, another coughing C.LUSK District P.uengerAgent.108 Welt Bay Street,Jacksonville,FU, '
spell came on and 'Duck 'll died
W.H.TATLOE.O.P.
month." C. H.ACKERT G. M. -
r drinking for one from suffocation."'. Loni Globe Democrat 8. U. UARDWICK,P.T. M. BROOKS MORGAN. G.P.A.
"Ill take your bet' sweetheart,"' said Dee. 1st. 1901. Ballard's Hore-

Robert, mollified by the caress, "just hound Syrup would have paved him. 25c. t.

to show yon that Fm not the confirmed 50c and $1 00. Sold by Red Cross Pharm-

sot you' evidently think me. Drinking acy, and Eau Gallie Pharmacy, Ean Gal-

} '* is merely a habit which perhaps, I lie, Fla.Tufl'sPiIIs'. The Bridgeport

t :'; V 2 have encouraged a little, but It ,won't

e .: # cause ine, the least annoyance to giveit

up e for a month,to please you.",

For many'yean he had been a' consistent "The Motor that Motes" .

a drinking man. In summer he
;
J drank alcohol in some of its favorite

, V disguisM to make him cool and In win- Simple Reliable, Durable
V HE TOT Tag GLASS BACK OS THJ TABL& Stimakte the TORPID LIVER,
him Every meal was
ter to warm up
Guaranteed to run
the
bait of the amber fluid Into lemonade strengthen digestive organs,
him a
anticipated by a cocktail to give .
regulate the bowels and are tin and give satisfaction
'an appetite. In fact brandy whisky tumbler which stood upon the table. equaled as anANTIBIliOUS

to was a panacea for every Ill.: Alcohol Raising the glass aloft be said in the Makes motor-boating a pleasure

had ,been the crutch upon which he words of Ingersoll: MEDICINE, Makes working-boats increase

>r', had leaned for, so long a time that it "Mabel, I toast you In some of the IB malarial districts their virtues profits
had become a necessity. And now that most wonderful whisky that ever drove ue widely recognized as they possess
he began the skeleton from the feast or painted peculiar properties in freeing Study our methods of construction
the crutch -
4: he had thrown away the system from that poison Etefutly -
to,realize' the terrible contract he landscapes In the brains of men. In it sugar coated. and you will diseorer why
will find the sunshine and the shad-
had undertaken. you Take No Substitute.
"kV New Ted day be spent at his club, ow that chase each other over the billowy "THE BRIDGEPORT" is a .

.where"the holiday was ,'celebrated In fields, the carol of the lark, the John White & Co. "Motor that Motes"
breath of June and autumn's glad content -
with steaming
the traditional fashion LOUISVILIE, KY.fnttanw ; ,
punches And all the delicious coueoc- Your health sweetheart!" ra u..a isar 4-

/ .y tions so d aret his: palate. 'EreI'J Robert raised the glass to his lips 81kd t v&. F BRIDGEPORT MOTOR CO. kac.
.
' u nerve in' his;tortured body whimpered but. as the odor of the liquor reached rVV

e V t: for Unaccustomedstimulus.And. the :; his nostrils a look of supreme disgust FURS Both Two and Three Port Contraction Bridgeport Conn.
,
fight had only Just begun! He remem- : and repulsion overspread his face. He and Hides.

beredtitb_ -aNf contempt'that'all .bin put tbejSlM baft,on the table. Mabel to.ol..iw.y womlp > + F. N. HITCHCOCK A CO..:ACAt.,Titusville,Florida.

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C iiItJj I' Fat' u Dk: ,: metal that the New York L # .- .
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hi5 .tween .New York, and:Buffala .
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; "" : Piltd ."."ueartrain lines'and lighting pleats.of acid materials: '- < ,
_ using on our light* undy'soiI and ; s _
but'aIIo four,lines running

< :,.:5eed,.:. fnitjiit'.\on.-Tbree city to Lake Ontario. The how'- _great 'fosses Were''ma4. by.;'farmers. .. .. last. year'1. }

M ..several. of the"... expect to form a big holding throughout. the state. .
; ....:>. 't ;";' ". to take over;the various trolley S S ll( ; f I
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Fa" ; '.:;. *... r The. ;: triple-screw- Cunard B. E., MIBiS, Bonaventure. I .

__ '1 mania driven by turbine J
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;;'- Atlantic.' In spite of the ,-
'."'' rI rat, seas the veeeel had maintained .

1 advice" 'from Dto- able steadiness. on account. ,
'1M ; a ,,ThomasP'Byan .smoothly.working turbines. 4'.
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n .insurance practically no'vibration at all eic: -- .- .o : i

York 'aod-tefltlfled. the stern, and seasickness was -..
I : I' WB with' E. minimum. On i the:same day BRADY & BRO: 31' '
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; ;time,of the pur-;. I announced that the North ;" J..

_ I ;; Harriman.In the Equi-and bad- giant Cecilia Lloyd Cunard had to meet laid turbinen.the the keel rivalry. of the of Hay, Gram and all Food Producfe...; ': Y

the purchase "
management"and Increase of Mining Output., produce of all kiads. We ire agents for Uape Fertilisers. We deal exclusively. E
+ rt tlogtt' lines of foods, and solicit the trades of all consnmen. Write us for price OB
) 'f tnsed 'to con The government assayer at aU Groceries.,delivered.at your.station. E. BEADY, & BBO,TrruBVixxx. ,,.Fri '
Y y: t P threatened' leg- reports. that Montana made a a e e'
; of his Influ- 17 cent In her ohtput of '
use per
1J. t Hatrtrn a bad ex- last year. The Increase In ,AGOIIJ EI &. '00., ; I
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t k two:trustees was more than $8,000,000 worth. *

r IE a e 'wbleh4 Ryan rado has'made a gain of $ and Groce Ha", and _: F 4 a
Fancy
O sioi to hadselected.., ,the year .In deposits- at, the esJ ProduQratnce of all Ktnds,\ : '
Harriman| was mint ..
for DId recalled and de- VEGETABLES SPECIALTY, ?

; pled that be had e
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r. : made....threats. I GAL-CRIMIN I a I ,. F'lo>rida.' : .. .F 9 *

Senator Dryden -, .
.of New..Jersey Indictments Under Anti-rcbat ._ t"' '

', who'president!>> .hasbeen a To.sweeping try out the order existing was issued your Job Printing The Star Office : > fir\ ; ,

,. of the Prudential torney General Moody to the .
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trot of Newark torneys throughout the country .
1 't' br .. fT.. for*twent.fourrears. gin prosecutions of railroads .. <" 'F .. i:
t> Ofaea. wu a pers wherever evidence gave I I
-' ; witness.. He has of convictions. Pursuant '
'smell r been advanced grand Jury at Philadelphia has MATEO CIGARS f'The

:$ In .salary from ed eight indictments against the *
y seventyrere- month, Northern Railway : i
: $100 a company
t ; *
** of the San Mateo i
ny i'M\i is when ne started Freight Agent Campbell for the success Cigar
ro ; with the corn- Northern, L. w; Lake, agent .3oi58&B' is one of the greatest triumphs ., ,

*!'' .., Pan In 1875, to Mutual Transit company of of the East Coast since the freeze. ... )t .
$65,000 a year the Philadelphia agent of the ,

F that In order to and R. D. Ward & Co., Iron' from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula of Florida and the vt '
i 'falling Into dan- turers of Camden,N. J.. 1D' can produce, and wrapped with the rich, silky leaf grown: on East :,.; '
tt : arranged for the with the giving of a $1,230 the cigar industry of the world has never produced a better article* !*rc .
to buy and the iron concern by the agent by all the leading hotels and clubs and by'the Union News .Company'* s ..,a1,.

y 0'n the stock and that Mutual Tranalteompany on a entering,Florida. M <<
> ri' tt be controlled ment of iron pipe for Winnipeg "" t "t

.,, v He admitted T,the Great Northern. By by s. W. ROWLEY San Mateo. Fla. .
presidential cam- ag all documents bearing 'on ; t. i
a had 'contributed Hie National .Essence of Coffee .. ti;

r causa He pany secured Immunity from 1 I .r.

& of rebating tion. 'Rebate indictments were i J ,. j
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? ; by the company's pected at CtherpoInti., iI ,'t. t
had employed An Trials For Packtr -
14'nq L- Separate .

t1 td n. authority threatening' on leg-,In ernment's Lawyers. case for the against.defense the in beef The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co. u }

'., taiIk % states.but he said
ers, which came to trial at
;t6evee % the other com-
fore JudgeHumphrey-,- '
pew. Se; Hamilton at the
F" t arate trials for the twenty-one MACHINE SHOPS't
ants and secured freedom for l
a4 resigned his two Roberts of Armour'& Co.,
3F
i i l} Life, the chair'
has been before the grand jury,
' iathe eI'14/r'and{ dire IS b : committee and indicted him. Plumbing and Metal Work

c epleh Itlsstlgadoa Motor Cycle Cp For Autos.
'eb7. Mate Plrector of Public Safety
to Wall BUILDERS HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
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; ould val_ on Dec. 15 Philadelphia C has begun an .
with i JoUceuiq'mounted upon
announced his In* V
control the of
tor cycle to speed
'atlona'-with I.
& ope mobiles on I Broad street, one Agricultural Implements r. 3
&' T" V A on a speculative
main thoroughfares.-- If this
He Insisted that
x for that the well fourteen' other policemen' SANFORD FLORIDA
Beprestntftiye similarly mounted." ,
of chican .
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= Is one. .
? .pre nt ltiJt 1>r
failed in this ef Grip Quickly Knocked Oat
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pan I
t penny- be a.:,: bankrupt .' "Some- weeks ago 'daring the '

;," of1 Coterad6 asA no:>>'mercy./ If suc ; winter weather,both my wife and 1
x ffie# is no quarter.. contracted severe colds which f
>Tor. -
: > .. I developed, into the wont kind of la .
'lye. r r ceb 6rt- *s hu- I with all its miserable eymptons, Engine is the Heart of the BoatDon't i
of Chicago
'. CarnalA alnst, Mr.'JT- 8. Egleston, of Maple
Interest in the ,
In view of the :,Iowa *4Kneesand joints have a good boat with
and will take cles sore, Lead stopped up,'eyes
a bad heart. Don't spoil a vacation -
ofPresident Corey I
have matured running, with alternate spells of e.h
: gp..i : ctIon with other. .fever. We began using or a, cruise because of a* ,
t a the i ; byproducts. .Cough Remedy, aiding the same poor, uncertain engine. Regal j J
-, mMence i to I Mutual dose of Chamberlain's Stomach marine engines are four cycle

securing a divorce, Tablets, and by its liberal use automobile type with jump
:hte 'has been chosen letely knocked out the grip." ,
$ rpectioa;;wtta
Oilman, Utual Life Insur Tablets promote a healthy action spark i ignition. Rated 1} h. p., +
: "nent'wai XabeOe i t>i trustees. The re- bowels, liver and kidneys J 3 h. p. and 5 h. p. in single eyt't

,.3 ncton.of the that ,this,choice seated ways beneficial by a cold when or attack the system of hider, 8 h. p.. and 15 b. p. in'f ;

.of H. Rog double and 30 h. in
cylinder,
and Vat in ds' H=. For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. p. ", ,
.:; X rtoon; a cousin .of of 'the organ four cylinder. engines. I

; who came 6 this of'capltalists- MOLLI I .tC'3 -Trite for atanst ijetl.- i'1
it not ex '
bas worked hla .was ,Itxky :Mountain Tea : J r
; fr W. Lawson Boat mate, any Hud of trraasemnt i.
} of the itoel trade. A Buy Madichw far Buy PwpU.Brfsft
,sal- abort as saW util
conceal his |''I Peabody' GoUn EMU M! lleae.eel
iLrisi a year. A fpedflc foe Oomttarttan. 1Dd you SM ear eatatog&t 12. I
Ao Centric L' ml. Kidney Tro bi ,Pimpl**.Enemc.:
w.York Hood B sd Bmtk. fltonMi Vowels. Bud Coldwater "
The coasting '' Gasoline Engine Co Mich. ,
de b syndicate Backache lf Rocky MocnUln : .
wu wrectad.off ( let farm.IOItJtll a box. Genuine_ .
4 SSTfJwia for thywrcbase .,Bauiaiss DRuG Corfu,lUdiaon '" Abu aulactiren ef the famou ill Staiknary Eflgiaei.: '. r.. :
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1' 'Thi School \ jrf-j.- ? -.. .fix; I .eny.ChrJctmaa "
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,!_a tt;_: Allc ;8aDdel :c.me borne::fron ;u ;7'. Mire Arnold l recejved a "" '" ..
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-t i" ;!Jiam. ........_ lr..t'.t..... ... be4acailOA, "with. .. a '" S.
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... ..&,-o.;,...;;...;- ,...:'.1.-' .'!.Ar.:, T"d'GaHamphrys' ;: trocompatted; nothing la w>'effective Backless Arnica Capt McNab* ia having _his catboat J :
';; ,,,. \?': :}; :' :: his &I,..."It didn't take long core abad i painted and made ready fur' launching ,CJ.l. I. I s,lil,, t .. .
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:? 1.1i1':"( :: ; :- Kinpnan ;Tbe principal of otfr school, Miss Bon .t.'i"J -' ,....- t << --. .
< On'C1'riettt se lie Cbarllo'tgeed had,a Mr:and Hnu Frank ;of BriatoVWiaT .. -.--' :
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V ; ii&1'.Tti iieaoy'ttin,prey are expected. here this week. ',, t -;

'"... ..: ,:...-"SA'ji'4S:.t* t ;\3 i f to4 eonMTrelaiifea. ... being pr/eenL' .., Their many:fHenda >will be .more tb&o. with friends at St Augustine. '. t=J'r=1t=JrJrJ ... '-\ :' 2rTJ ".
"'. ;;TfeMrs.jrt'tT L-t'5.t -*-- "" !-- ---_?. .*...w; jv/k'.t> -* VV- Capt and Mrs; C.;McNabb.of :younjts-- 'I11e.'bnadl.. recogaised'Ieadent. stria.Dt, .a1l .\,iol:1
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(..'tJ--,.-.M\1.: ;;.r.....-.tb'e, : phrletmaj .,. 'Onj account of Gallie home for the winter.* that aii ( f: ';
.- .i: _. .... ... ..,..- -- Complete line of everything meji ': *: : :
'< .......;...,;- "., 'I' yellow fever in that place he was obligedto The Christmas tree on the 25th. was
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4'"t: t';: {h ..v : *' i. A' 'moetnioyable'dan; : return by 'the 'way of'Mobile. :HU the usual success. All the little.ones wererememiiered \
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Pd : goods plain figures r ;
fJ;: .Jr rA .1 the'clab'Jbbtiae. QUUea' frfenda"and relitlies'ari ;very glad 'tobite !and many of the older ones ...
evening.is .. : .'. oIo-t
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ic S';....ietc.. and pTrbnoancedji\biganocefi. Mr,and II...., Ezra. Simmons arrived Clear thinking, decisive action; vim : ., :

.1;w\i '. kldn.Totn Saadere'iitente: D ng her from Kenoeria Sunday afternoon.. We and vigor of body and mind the sparkle: JAMES PBITCH, ABD. President. *, \1" t Rio !YT."hfti1 i.t,. .. ii..
: glad have them with and of life, comeato all who use HolUeter'sRocky .' ? .
y brothdf ad Mrt.and Mxi Clifford are to oa again .WINSTON8.B :\ t' 't. : &
F ,1..1'.i W.f8. !' Mountain Tea. 35 cents, Tea or ( :
_ ." /Allan/also youngest brothel, M\ jr gm win.verytnnch miae their daughter Mrs. Tablets. Ask druggist .
: your
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:S t ,Allen, all f rod*,Hawkinsvllle, Ga.f lnd flempstead this.winter. Aa Miss ..Adelaide I INDIAN RIVER STIE'B: Btt : 1

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: and Master Edward are ,both' well *
,* t:<>n_Christinaa. held a family reunion,hive, Weekly: Weather Report. I ;

_\.,., t." ?'k; ,ing bout twenty relatives: to dinner: and doing 'well :In ..school she will, not 0.8.DKrABTMKHT. OT AOBICCL'TUaX WIATHJPPITEK -, '. L .. COTJlTTir\jD. : 'EPOSI! \v.. :Y'.. L-. t t "> 'f '4:i
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a-" \1amb\rb'- famDy ,dinner'parJi come south..this- .winter.. SS Bt1UAq. Capital-. l00'OOO'OO# ,.. .. ,,I "J. f '.J
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-1. + **Ji.8 took:plaoe''Menday! with the usual Christmas passed off very pleasantly. inGeorrian Comparative statement' of, temperatures 28. Paid np Capita -___________1 25,000.00Average t -10.. 't4 .. .- _. .,-- ': "

_ $:l v.\Chriatriiaa,.fiirer Turkey) "chicken!, plum There'were quite a numBerof and...rainfall for the week' ending Tuesday. Deposits$200.000.00 TRANSACTS A, e ".' / 4 b4 tr7''1
1905 1904
i I ... Vf. pudding etc the tables groaning under family gatherings and some of our i
l. ; DATE. MAX. KIN. MAX. HIH.
.'t'- u-'t ieir weight! .of good things 'which the wood people. aunt abroad to spend the Dec.20.. 80 4. 61 65 48 General_ Banking usmessi: : .I .f

"::%'".' :J. i'k;.'::ptslhhere.readily assfste one to digest.. day.Mr. and Mr Mrs and.Arthur'Sims Mrs. Ezra Simmons took Christmas and* *" 2L 22. 72 79 71 62 67 74 60 19 Largest and Oldest J '.- 1 f< :.Y7 >

:}* ; ,i-..IWe'regfet to.record the death of Mr.'S 23. 80 71 75 70 Bank on the Hirer. e ;
r V*. J dinner with.A. B. Carter and family ." 24. 82 70 78' 64 ,
> :( if$r yid A'4'arwroillne eTen>8 of 'D c. 25. 64 53 76 61 Exchange. Bought and Sold on.All. '" 1 '
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Ulrich the
day
feffekXff2iatatPaytoniin' ; his 68th year. HeIff spent 26. 70 V SO 78- 68 'Foreign (X nntrle ., 3; .
at the home of Mr P. H. Wittfeld. bin inch. J;
_ ; wned beautiful orange VranjktIndU ; Total rainfall for the week. 1.30 Patronage appreciated. Prompt service, .- j
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N T $4c; Peck Christmas his Departure rainfall for, the. week plug 0.67. )
the L-Aj spent day with polite treatment and every&vorconiistent. $>. t
i" \./ :ar ol_ was,w-lr kciowa.on Jim. ha, inches. I. "'. '
with conservative banking granted.COBBESPONDENTS :
friend Mr Dan Holmes of and :
,. : Coquina,
_ >.-*. *'* sf 'vjbeen Dr.. and Mrs. Chambers. spent the day 7.03...inch.. :
: ::, year& We sympathy to Mrs.MrrA. $ :-f
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..7j".. 't' '. extend H. P. HABDI5. Empire Trust Cbmpany"N. Y.. FloridavBank <' ,
with their and Mr. and
.!II' niece
nephew ,
:e.:.\t.t' "" J V 4 Mre. Lisle Tucker at Lotus. Quite number Official in Charge: & Trust Company, Jacksonvilleyia. J 1, .f # ;

r ,,, i. ... Hildreth .Dvt8cl'a Jw.tr.&O,1EO of our friends had planned to attend TITUSVILLE, FLQPA.scIEVN ? :' ;{

_ :t't> ', in his launch to Melbourne Beach, leaving life entertainment t at Lotus on Monday Get Ready For Christmas !II I = .
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: .I Sunday morning, returned to Mel night but were prevented by the 'doubt < \. -t'4' j

{t>t.. bourne same .evening! where they rer.tt ful weather. : .'

': e* \7 '. mained: for the .nigbt. NextmorninguNv The children had their usual Christmastree \ \\ sti; ". -!,. 1

: T'v4thjrjrere dismayed to find their launchSiw.V'W at ,be'chnrch Saturday ht. A' ........" ,'. .
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'a6a M breakrE
4: op.l8o short program was given and the childrendid tar. For doors and wf ncus.g. !
x-- \iJ Jr: qp1e home by rail while the o'herifj" ret '
to raise the engine, etc. wonderfully well considering the covered with ; :,
JG. ;{k .. ;1ined.. ,- ., short time spent in preparation ,and the any w.jfe.M _, ? : -;

4' wtot a''pJea ant 'laxative'take'Chamberlain's fact that many of the little people had .
; When you !
,'? f -EAST'COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY/to: 3
I ft; Stwnach and liver never appeared in public ber re. Mr. and .
f ft.. i. Tableta. for sale:by Red .Cross Pharmacy .. Mrs. their Meteriil. t .
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"1-1 Averill of Coquina, annual Dealers in Lumber and, Builders'. 1. 'i
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.,' -.y. '..i.ti ... .... '. .h,.."ff"'IL- ---O&. which our little folks were all very grateful r Eau Gallie, Florida 4 f t

\4Il!:'!,!;.i t, 'J, roC M'i'- asia4'RMre.I!: Ed.. Boyle' of Sbarpee, We were all,very glad that Grandma J.E.WALKER. $:$ CE. '
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-p. '" White could take charge of the trimming iA 'x'745. '' '
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spent-Monday
"M JOHN R. WALKE C.1.;
of the tree, as she baa done .for the .
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ri ._ .. M photographic studio is last twenty years. She ia growing rather ....r .. rt ; .43V

t 3; now,open for the winter season and feared she would be .
s frail
i we not
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B.i Send your orders for Holiday .
,.t l.r : ./Mrs. J. B9wer of Georgiana, spent strong enough to be present. We very f n t ,
.Goods to
rya
4. :. 'i IKsf. week with her eon, Mr. Hervey much missed the children's special friend
:\oF .!t. '. *11'C *'* VE rf n "Uncle We do rememberthat 'ft::4
Hughey. not
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1 {qr 1' < : /$ 'Mite! Hattie Bower of Georgians,spent he ever before failed to be with the :

ti{ ;t_/iV* .Tneaday with her friend, Miss Mary children on Christmas eye, but he staidat Titusville and Cocoa.Fires ; .

J ',1J.K '\ '. ) '" ,I'tbn.. home with his invalid brother and let
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,. arrived family
:.* 'Io '%* I;Mr. Gf 06 and family on Satf.'i -
..."., '".''''- regretted that Mr. ,Leland Baldwin, our .. _
.,, .2: X:.V- Sf"utiay add are in. their home on the bou- J
".- '''\'rd., young Sunday school s superintendent, : .
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\I +;cxf ; :!''t ,; .;louse-SteliaDanglae returned on Sat not charge GENTS' FURMSIIIZGS 41.SHOV
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+ *eonville where she at. .
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neuralgia and, though a
present requested :7'
'. lc:7'. t l< nded., schools'ri. that Frank Munson take his place. Y .
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2, *f.iI,7.1 ; )iisa,:Mary. Patton came home,, from I The church was beautifully trimmed and S : .1).1)i

< 11 !RoIJme\tQollege\ to spend the holidays )
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""' '-!; l-' : + \ of gifts intended for the tree have not yet
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:il'tt: & r.ltsaTena, 6in letoO is spending the arrived.

;( \ 1' V*s' *holidays at !tome' rUb her.parents, bro- 1 r t MILL N RY; s of

lW4 ,; ? e.rt dBi8teri. 1IHtSiSJte5 Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea is simply .
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electricity. to
liquid .
goes
every
.i\: } LouieB Lockhart baa been
: ti' ....Late; quite part of,your. body, bringing new blood,
RyaRt 4t1U fob'De put week and .i is DOt mach strength and new ,vigor. It makes you usually do occur in the wee ema'
? yilnprcre&at thee'reeent! wnting. well and keeps yon well. 35 cents. Ask FURNiTURE.
t.l ( 1; .. hours when everyone is wrapped in slum .

....;..r;..iiitV.: :: x,X list ,tlughter" put in her appesraneeMr. your druggist. ----""----- a ber. But why haven't you a ...

f3ft..t) Ifwl.jo.f...> t\J't r. }1:':.' Df .and Mrs. Hervey KAO GALLIE.. FIRE INSURANCE ., g
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> 'lt.\.t(,'.,.[\ .. ... ", Cool weather for the week policy ago you yon
accompanied
past
't $ would think the matter Are We patronage. '
":' "TiJIr.'LBoiaYelviiigtonuDack. againaeti over. you want your 1
: &t V% T by showers.. still thinking? Better decision I
t4i s* come to a :
.'Mr.
staiion; this ia Yelviogton'aattended
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: pretty soon. The season of overheated Our aim is to please YOJT. i
r A tF. "' 'j gird besoo*M _, aLtbla place ,,, School will open on Tuesday the 2nd v
fines
F ,' ... chimney ia here and your house is j
":' *'ft J 7.Z a.>!;t \4i "Y rJ if''f 1arty". ockledgeiies '&the day of January' 1906, no more fireproof than your neighbor's. New, Up-to-Date Ggods in every '. t

:" .: tuitertaiagieit last J..E. Raalereon and;his family spent
on Saturfemily PERCY G. WALTON, I
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jiii } ,. 'y01b: ; tDd Arrived,, last Bonaventure Miss Hodgson this week.visiting friends at TrrrsvoLE FLORIDA. Mail-orders receive prompt.,r and 11!

.. ,'i;J't !S 'i. -!'If'DeprllKat Whitaa Cottage careful attention. .
t : l ypp15r1 Il'i"' ,their. beanti. Shell. is being. spread on tbe streets ofEau .f
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_.l. ftsiWltostiri tie botije vatd.c Gallie all this week... .

.tl oiii..ii' .-t .c" i'h8"U\ll;;i ::"' eDtetbInment' !' H' 'R rule r. Alex. Near baa just M completed* )* ajwejlfor 1 In uma s, QN.t JOHN R. WijK R & 'COI Titoille Fla. I

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