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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: January 5, 1906
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: UF00075901:00346
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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v6 r : fi kt& AfeQ ; lute SS" Will'the best'qua ) i8sc.W:1Itert: of ,Eaa Gallie! Visited LtiEreSnadayudMomdiywit4'herfriegd
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N aufJ4e OImViNlwY IDOIt fmpfeleile_D r."h a 118Wial s''Bond,: of-.8aml/r ';;L."Jeflbrds- to -carry :of 'rhi to cotton;'at $1.89 each: Mra.' G. M. Robbina.Mr. .-. 'r ""=4-- -:i. 1:
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service hating: '' been used.. W-.;<.1t' Winchesier/iepeatiDg :ride' No, :' 89,782, All wool 'b antete.1O: ,',.handsomely .- H. E.' Oxner paid a'fifing visit to y : {.

-JMaudPaddiabflicouain<** ?":""*. "B *j*****" ti,*.""*"A :i"?: p ibr8 8fr35waa; .approved. silk boahd'at' a-special. prfceOf: $ .49 -per Miami: the first of' 'the week:'returning& :: t '
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Y r i .d..tmJt i Bbnd of. Henry L.S Sotton u'carry'Wcbesetrifle 't a- V&Half.\ \ \ home''Wednesday. -

t of the bride, maid No. '258,812, calibre\25-35, wool blankets ,:heavy .weight, inwhite.or Mr. Boyd, from. Daytonaan; ; employe. '

t ;drtttkt tt;$$th _Riau l olhooor," Mrs;:a:.T.Anthony i ;tort bride'. !. .,, tan; pink red,and blue born re, of J. D., Carmichael, arrived Tuesday to ,.. ;

liiWfrwn; ?Washington,:Ga, "matron,- ofbooor.MrJna'E.Pr .The.'UCHUICU_ >
x..r ,W' setred thatifr..O : _. ow' '.f.;b--...- }b..erho. -r find MeserBW.B B. ,Walker and J. B.:; Mk t" .. ett., > :

', r R to RldfILtoTifuevUk I I UI j grocffl.-beii roan;|Biiig(;jlwirervw" .. were,:.jp t 1tecLi committee 'to destroy Curtain scrim, 42 inches wide- in very; J.est8nndsyRaethedfty-ttiirdSnnd sy "
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9ttbois g FebTDIrji 'Our NorfolY k little' George Robbins,: :and -Ruth'. andGertrodePaddiaon &bP' "id-warrants/turned' over bycicala 'the, handsome laced'.de igllI': ; white or, ecru, in 1905.. It, will be 110 years hence before '- _--

# : ;:piece* of:$be bride, ,ttetauee'' with his repair 'Theyreported special 10 cents per yard. 53,Sundays will again occur In anyone ,

,, "x' Mf iipe1 fK iss Qtr Were' ribbpniHien. UshttcvMass: : that'they had, performed their :Dotted curtain exile, in assorted dottreasnrec :year.

:: v. :- duty and were-: .The special 12} cents per yard. I '.
Fired 'discharged.
Y Loon and George Paddiabn bridea- Mr .
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Y' l ltb ag bit xiatev4 Iim .. ; M. Rouen, formerly: of thisplace
.Children's silk
trimmed
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maids report a.
,Misses Ida Black Irene' "
; Simpson now in
employed Hall's job pH .
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y > > and.Bessie- "Black'' '- =-***"- showing that the amount :Jhis report called ruching and, ribbon worth a dollar, at a 1 .
dhiomonth ; groomsmen. rMeesra.Ponon : ins office in Jacksonville '
Sunday'
spent
-' for. in special price of 69 cent%
was on deposit the Indian River!
.Paddiawi.. John. Hawet and Fred and Monday in Titusville..
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f tr Hiss.CharASbe ..- ,." -A. jse"u".".' ".:;- '' .. State .bank toibiscredit' as county.treasurer. Black: > velvet, 24 inches.wide' at.. .,a special Eunice .' i

< ; ;tit" NttgUlegladly w. ' tl "e&ID&o'wnmli'
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baf jooauf ,"- III, Men's Datural.woof bow of the public:school at.,Arteaia, :
balf .spent
t2 ton ituetrtaiRbt irid will; die Motion, carried that the. paymenVof. ot tQ : ; 'worth -
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moraltg '
xg =,Ka ; in tbet DuxerS hC o4 i the':northbound> ;tla sjline;train salary,.of Ujp ferryman. : butWi'riYerbe 50 cents at':a:special: price:of 29 cents; Christmas week with friends LaGranga. v'

; "' .. nded. same in black if you wish and Minis, returning Arteaa T esda). '
1a A8 tatsri"Y tb. '.:.northern; cities,- 8 ap '. ... : &
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: 'Brothers Show made raeeifad. many; band. ome,and vtalusb Reports of Justices ofthe'Peace'1.'JI. Jcura Kusx, Mr Poraon Paddison stopped off here ,

down the ea* pin"- n* 'f.' ..... 'nH'V"? *'&r '- ii R a T. McBride and ,W. & Bpeacb 'f 'i Titusville, Fla.., to visit his sister, Mrs. G, .M Robbins, E' .

} ;;nfibebride'de'oAe4ofPieader'aonDty'bAauiIdEirde : :: .J ;;;r''ed.: Church Hotices the first of this week;:on his return from= '

alarge 7 -* ,v a '1 etoIf n f ) Point Caswell, N: C.,. 'where hiwent to .
most i ii ._ Dd ;; a ioavtileiieifr.qoeated Sunday
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attend the
{ roads marriage of his "sister .Miss
topqt coooty public tnmoithroagb :
of friend who Dg .
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Rev. J. Walker will officiate'u follows Annie Paddison. r1. {
.Wilsoa. to tea n her tDttoh'{happtAeea' '(Mr. Pretlowisayoang4xniiNiia sakitowns in good"repair and : : : .,-

of the:moatli for Palm man and :holds a position should they fail'to do so at once the county St. Marks church, Cocoa, Sunday school There was a 'motor boat'race at, Day

m7 ,w h? will bold 'Jhe responai with the Inter-State Lumber.company. commissioners will take action in tbe 9:30 a. m., morning prayer 10:30;St Gababriels tuna New Year afternoon in which a boat '

I I eR odtioitof ,,gUraUheBoy matter to have it done and will deduct church? Titnsville, bible class 3:30 known as the Collins boat fitted with a "-

].1Ondsni boteltl, a Aamna' Stock For Sale the part of the road tax coming to said p. m., evening prayer 7: 0. 25 h.-po motor. covered the fifteen mile t

r ';j Ti Srie ,e ice': hd a most pleasan I will be at the following places on the town from the tax levy of 1905. Rev. M. Walker will officiate follows: course in :41 minutes The next best f ;
St.Johns church
f ialt; urn Frlda MrMri; a A.. flents datea mentioned with a' carload of fine Reports of Cattle and Beef Inspectors .Eau Game, holy communion time made was M minutes The third -

!&% ,r who is vidtlittbi eanea of bis younger' horses and much cows: J. 0. Simmons, Eau Gallie;'John Powers 11 a. m evening prayer 7:30. contestant broke down. k

:Titasville, Tuesday. and Wednesday, Cocoa and J. W. Carlile Holy Trinity church, Melbourne, morn
Titusville
i| dayiat City Point.' He left Indian rive Jan. 16th and 17th. > were ,Those requiring for
xA r received. ing prayer 10:30 Rev. Dr. DuBoee officia- treatment eve or
;ffi mete 'ry ar 'gago-'and went to Brut, Cocoa. Thursday and Friday..Jan. 18th -. ting. nerve troubles or requiring new glasses f
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;?" : ADd 19th. ine salary or toe game warden was .
.I.-i ;! where be is dotog well in dentistry,
M i .' Palm,Beach, Monday,'Jan. 22nd. increased to$ 500 per month and ordered Preaching by the pastor at the Methodist will do well to await the next visit of the J r
w ; ivpbh. bouses have recently E. a JOXB renowned and nerve specialist Dr. E. V
d f.ftp Titusrille-Hb l that no more commissions be allowed for church, Titusville, next Sunday, Jan. eye ,
: io Atlantic Fish Gadsden, Ala. 7th at 11 and 'Cocoa' H. Armstrong, Jacksonville, who will
collecting licenses L.m. at at 7
game p.m.
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they
except come
X mariaged L., w! Haile -
comfany by bein"oar city .again on Jan. 22d Cocoa
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Immediately after the services
:' iii.: ; :leesaMf irith the Eureka.Fish company, Vow Woaen'a.Dance, 1900At through the game warden or hia deputies. at Cocoa a Jan. 23rd; Merrill, Jan 24th.
church conference will be held. r 4
Whereas
All
Lex the
!J1 Frazier, an inmate of the
: tt, i id/:ttit Siaboard I Fish company, in Titnsville Open House next: : Wednes t

'eh4wg of-Mbens. Fred i'DdGeoSbie. day evening,Jan. 10th 1906. This dance poor farm, has expressed his wish to membera especially are hereby requestedto Program For Auto Boat Bocea '.: 'v?

promises to be the sweilest of the season. leave the poor farm and go to the homeof be present. 1
i :;IRMTh Vagabondla The following is the of tbe '
Djebpat: M at McFadden's .dock in .Daytona last ladies will Ilk the favors. races which will be held at k
Admission
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; a home Commissioner Walker is Point Sunday Jan. 7th West Palm Beach
at 10:30 a.:
tIr Ladies 50 appointed m. the last of the month, '
; cents gentlemen free.
...week on Saturday morning for a fewhoars ; ,. the .3?
a committee to secure transportation Mr. Hawk preaches at St. Pauls church, dates will be from January 30th to
. ; I y- wood and The0wiser
: supplies.
.. receiving Studeate Coming to Winter ftuartera for said pauper to the place where Eau Gillie, at 7:30 p. m. Sunday evening. February 2nd inclusive: =
fW 4.,,Mellin iPittsbnrg: together .'
,., _' ;: ; his sister lives.Ordered He will conduct prayer meeting service Tuesday, January 30th .
;! with\h a family will not A movement of special interest
remrn over
Class E distance 10
.. : miles start 11
.: .. that the board purchase 200 at Eau Gallie Wednesday evening. a.m ,: '
Y 'be uatilFeb'wwry, theAtJan c.oaatLane railway, leaving Class B:distance 10 miles;start 2:30 p. m. .
w, .... Frankfort : next :" 1 peach trees, 50 grape fruit and 100 orange Class A: distance 20 miles start 3:30: .. -
Ky
Saturday ; m.
p.
morning
pI p "' ----------1: trees to.be planted on the county ]B. Bowler ferryman.__..._.._._._._ 5.00 (
$" !1, !If"Hew Tear*. Donee'The and arriving in Jacksonville some time poor A. Penney, insanity e..._._.__. 2.00 Wednesday, January 31st _

'4 ; 'L.;; -New Year i dance; given by Manager a Sunday will be between 125 and 140 students farm.. B. R. Wilson physician insanity case. 2.00 Class D: distance 15 miles; start 11 a. m. .'
; Report of tax'collector John Henry ex. com. insanity _. Class '
of distance
ease. 1.00 10
poll taxes miles start 2:30
J \t W.,. : the Titusville of the.Kentucky Mlitary Institute. ; p. m. .
; lire Branning in ; collected daring the E. E. Rollins, physician insanity case2.. Class A: distance miles start 3:30
The students .will to Eau Game month ending December J. P. Brown lum',. com. insanity case 1.50 ; p. m. ,
Ops;Hooek ,a peat the go ,
:fiti being -r"I where the 31st amounting 'to$5.00 for the Wagoner & Co., mdse for poor farm.. 41.74 Thursday, February 1st t- a
Kentucky
__; the ,Military 'Instute has year 1905, was received: A. A. Stewart, report delinquent taxes 1.20 Class D: distance 15 miles; start 11 a. ra.

: : many y earsl' Good music was1rnieiued' established a winter school. The party :Report of tax collector of licenses collected SOAP FU>D. Class B: distance 10 miles; start 2:30 p. m. <

by theSimpiex piano player will travel.in private cars, (is, learned. District No. 1- Class C:distance 20 miles start 3:30 p. m. d

:'i ,and'eieryOA'Pryaept, had a splendid r daring the month ending Dec. 31st, N. H. Fish, road work__..__....,:;... 5.50 Ail boats will be divided into the four .
if : ,time. BefWrli.toe electric lights were torn- Catholic Church
: { was received. District'No. 2- Class A: rating measoremt'nt,70 and .
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Fz &u: midnight; oil lamps were pro- Rev. J. ,P., Bresnahan; a missionary Tax collector's report of licenses collected N. M. Fish road work__.__________ 4.W above. Class B: rating measurement, 50 .
and the dancing was kept until priest of St. to 70. Class C: rating measurement, 50
will
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f" j.!N up Augustine, open a mission during the month District No. 3- ,
Dec.
u.n ending 31st, and above. Class D: length of bull 30 t

f'.1'** **".*w's" o'clock... .in the Catholic church here 'at 10 a.m. Amounting to $51.00 state. and $.a 50 .N. 51. Fish, road work........._..... 32.93 40 feet. Class E: length of bull, 30, teet.to '. ;I
r District No. 4- I rl
*<- i on next Sunday, Jan. 7th. and under. "
county, waa received.
? = .tii: BoBe9peud T. A. Robinson,road work______.._.
'> The services will begin with an explanation 4JSO \
,>',1 !: : '"' 'I' The following bills were approved and A. 8. Dixon, M ** ______....._ 7.25 Wood For Sale '-

ss 1 erti willopen her boarding of the Gatholie'eerrke i called the warrants ordered to be drawn for the N. M. Fish, ._____..___. 167. 0 i Pine or oak .. : t
length. See ad. .
eeWthe season on the firstUf Jan. any or .
} mass The audience will then
hear whthe :
y District No. 5- dress !
J. W.
same: "
. Jamison Titusville, Fla. .
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t:' ": priest uses Latin so much'; why lightsare N. M. Fish road work______..._J..,, 4.25 .. ; i
COTOTTW.
: : '- '-1-;' 'fomato. WraJl':1i' : used at Catholic services,and so forth. &EVLW&-GUU.\L ruM GAME WARDEN :Ft' rD. NURSERY STOCK FOR SALE. a .t. ,. .1-

'L Write oa for lowest prices on UNITED Tbe night services will be "at 7:30 begin ,! R..A.B. Walker, county commi oDer.-t 4.0C J. P.Brown game warden for Deo.._ 20.00 Citrus stock grown on high pine Iknd. ,, .t! "t .

'f" 'TOMAfOwWRAPS. tinkling. eo'ty" com.- and mileage.. 16.8C Johnson and Paterson, com. on licenses 6.00B. Indian River Nurse rsc established 1886. ; ,.-.

EMTT. CnABT.Days A SPfftT Co., ping Sunday night and ending on Friday, J.J.B.Miot.F. Wooten, .. 8.40 A. Conkling, com. on licenses...... 10.00FINE Send for catalogue, Toledo and Wit "ti.: ...,s'i I

:. ', Eau Gallie, Fla. JID. 12th. T.J. Cockshntt -" 4.80 8.00 AND rosrirruKi :ECSD. Palm Beach, Fla.

1 : ,. Lectures will be'given on the doctrines A. A. Stewart, accountant .-._.._ SftOO J. P. Brown. cam. on fines J.P. court. 8.07J. 1 t ..

w \tJ; .Do You Heed Any Furniture of.the Catholic church and at the door of J. P. Brown, wilting on board.. .... 4.00 M. Sanders crim." pros." "** "** "" 2.15 Weakened systems need a mature, *. cflJ'\: .
A. A. Stewart, copying minutes ___ J. P. Brown 18.15
.17neTitaaviUe Furniture the church will be found a box for 5.00 wholesome mellow liquor-that's I. W.
the
'& company A. A. Stewart auditor......1..__ 75.75 J. C. Gibert. 2.00 : t
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:Ja the place to boy your: furniture. Don'tparchase use of those who wiah to ask questions or D. L. Gulden, salary pros. attorney.. 33.33 B. R. Wilson 7.60 Harper Whiskey tbe kind your grand : #.

]!it : elsewhere until you t'OD8'ud! forward A. D. Penney, salary county judge__.. 25.00 FEEDING PBISOXSBS FCSD. father used. Sold by R. L. Molow and f' .

,rt' .Beau. : When you, look ;you will buy. bring objectagainst Catholic John Henry com. as county treasurer 73.65 J. P. Brown ,IF. A. Losley. "
feeding prisoneri.-----
;t .W :carry' everything. in the furniture belie These feeturw are free to all and W. & Norwood registration officer--_ 15.00 122.SO a .

;: N1+f 'iine'wd the tow pnces and easy pay.menta everybody is invited. io attend. John leDl'1ledcel for treasurer.__ 5.80 Board adjourned to meet on tbe first A Bargain in Real Estate '
,- J. P. Brown Janitor__.._.. ... 5.00 : 1
,: break.the record. Mail orders a J. P. Brown,Jailor ...... ....._? .. SO 00 Monday in Febuary, 1906. FOR SALE-An old pioneer grove, one ) J
a n qty. Frejghtjpaid on aU. orders FOB IAL ODUr.rOB> CASH. S. J. Norton wood for jaiL h. 9JSO mile{ nver front, 290 acres land, 25 acres ; ,

',., S 1 H. OXSM,, Manager.. About 88'a'of good ,land J. S. Walker& (Moo mdse for jail.----- 2.00 Call at Titusville Livery, at rear oRobbins' f in grove, in good condition, fine dwelling, r- 'f, '
4 high ,
.Ji.:!, orAte Red Cross Pharmacy, law office for .
> '" medicine for jail &80 stylish rigs very best of land for celery farm. Three
-< 1: .BKHVTm > ,B iwwcU-evxe! ''r I the the cast Kanowa or ocean'desetibed side of tbe Indian river E. W. Dunn, cook for poor farm....... 12.00 Leave your orders for hauling, both don crops of oranges would pay for the place. ,' .'
at as follows: Lot Emma Johnson, work for farm... i"
poor 2.00 ble and single. J. M. Osban
proprietor Will sell for less than
; r Specially made gun'spring warranted No. 3. -- elan lot No. 3,. section JI& F.Plen"lOP'. poor farm Oet-, 4S.00 value of improvement j. \
o {f ).OUO break .Every one carefujly tested. Sfi, in township 3t tostth; range 39 east E. Jamenon work for poor farmtso DUCK DUKTIMQ. *, purchaser thereby getting land' .

}fIIGana clo cked., ,Leave your gun at Pritch- Tbilland is onimpnmd but finely located. J. W. (Cariile work for poor arm_... 2.00 free; better than homesteading; no incum- \i
{i"', "' ard'. hardware store. jr ForfurtherpaRicularsaddreee G. F. Dares, mdse poor farm....._.. 3.06 M. L.Peacock, at Titnsville, is preparedto brance; titles perfect; farming i
#" Walker Hardware C&, take parties out for duck at hides blacksmith all with ,
shooting .
'fi.. H: BXKICKK -- '. E. M. Low man poor farm 2.90 shop go ..,\ i
? E. a Lam.A Son. Co.; lime poor farm L25 reasonable rates. Correspondence soliesjited. W. R. SA9DEB3, '" .
'Boxl2VTitusvilleFla.tS'A" ,-. ? v Brockton, Mass., ;J. $"Walker: ;; Co. mdse for poor farm 13 ]{ Indianola, Fla.' .

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:mim wboh d thi BlbIa b lush x -reu. :
MISCELLANEOUSA ; I J>> or more: now to active 'use 'Ark.-1d&tfc = W 1
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about the .streets, While rmany that et more relief fzoaI;;aau 1'.' Snow. f--t .r
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.,, ,\;,o/ .... ,,At:a Nnr-York, coference.of; in-" 'the. almost donaj.J .tt,:: X committee'> cars,and they ,monopolize, the .BE. 'W GI."r 'THE:.G MM
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.-r/ii..'" ., -Itinetonfor;; : the -raIii; iiititutiansii ha*began.tiie't. tht nine: streets in a manner, decidedly:'objeotionabla '

-':; 'J .'. Boston, New York- 'and Philadelphia : Sting.m.,2.: ",to....,'place the to' |pedestrians ,and others Ballard, Snow: Liniment Co

t.j:9. :i. 'plan were"made"tern tlit'ocpa>slleg i i.matte:;when. It wiUdowe most good.Tni .- who hare to keep a'close watch to :sr. LOIN; ,V. '5.\A: e
; of.oo-operadve tagfaynuat bureans.for 'opJnioo prevails.widely:: however
prevent in crossing
lfrJ'f '.tnelbHnd' .tofall.. .,.:pejrts. __ ..of.. tte. country.Cbarles I thatthe; etenxdthedesseIg'[ being- run over
R w 'I'. .a topbelVtuperintendent iroch"that lawmakers must devise; some thoroughfares.-Miami ,Metropolis.

,:tl. h; ,of the experiment.station ion they train thorough ld1eme.o< & Ingot the:.blind>> at! Qunbi1dfe> said !base able:to'worit ,'' $OLD AND ,ItttOMMCNDSD BTED -
r 4- that;the great need tastroctieb hi <.. T. J.Chambers Ed. Vindicator Liberty *
was ,
tai EAU QALLIE PSABMiCT EiP 6AUBS
: TITPSYILLE
Th War Dpartm t''; Yau.' GB06S PHABKACT, ,
.. '" physical eurcLeai a'mean* of scemf.by : : Texas, writes Dec. 25th, 1902:
<"'> !- touch, In movies pictures be showed .The need of more officers in the army "With pleasure and unsolicited by you,

blind men; and.women In the Act of IB.:'aae'of the principal recommendations I bear testimony to the curative power Southern
{ f bicycling;_skattngf'radng, wb9mm&," i "made by'Secretary of War Taft of Ballard's Horehound Syrup. I have Railway
: aliDuaI" The actual need it in family and can cheerfully
> laT'hls: : my
etc. .Thus, be said,, they were' taujbt' strength of the army'on Oct 15 was firm it is the most effective and best ..KFrECTITE AUG. ft. 1905.,
--w1th-tbeJr; hand and feet aa remedy for coughs and colds I have ever ,
'f other people see :with their eyes. ,Another 8,750 oOcfri and: MOM men. The used." Sold by Red Crow Pharmacy and Na 30 Na &i Between oJaekJouUle..d-" New York. >1'0. 19 4 No..3II

work; of the station Is to find employment number"killed in action or who died pf EauGallie Pharmacy, EauGallie,Fla- Daily. Daily. DAlly. Dally.755p .
I '' for'them in factorieB.' woes or flssfis ,was,.. officers and __ 9 a Lv 'Ja DooYille. F1&.so.Xr. b.. 0a --_ .880 p1215a.
men. 4____ 120p LT.Savannab GL--80. Ky. Ar. 4 O a ...__ HI po .
_ Per, :Twwity fitary -i ; ...... 488 /' ;Elephant Scared DarkeyA 9 55 a .._._.1020 pAr.Chalotte c..._._..-80. b. LT. 9. SO P --- 8 3A a

'Luther ;H.' GulfS,',physical .director ,Imperfect Digestion. laughable incident occurred 8 a p == 6 M a AT. Richmond v..____k. Ky. LT. i3 i -==- U 10 p

V' of,the, New York. :city. ,schools. proposes-' -Means t teat 'imtotibn and in .conaeqoence 'Wednesday.. A negro was walking i9-50 p-______ -950.. Washington; D. Cy___So. Ry Lv; b1 -_._ .60..
to solve the'problem of ncreatJQa'- P --- 130 a Ar. Baltimore. Md..P. R. B LT 812 a --- 8. P
less vitality When the liver fcila between the Brown House and the 11125" a ____ 145 P Ar. Philadelphis, Ps_._. -_ .P. R. B LY. 535a. 555p
ters In the congested' east side l y having to secret bile, tbe blood becomes loaded bowling alley, with his head bowed !.!.."-_-_ U5p Ar:New York.N. Y.P. R.BLv. 1210s. 326Nos.
r the city:,erect a twenty story'pier with bilious properties the digeetion becomes
with light and air on all aides and in: impaired and the bowels,consti and.studying..' Suddenly Mary\; John i 33 and -"New York and Florida Express." Daily. Pullman Drawing Boom
ttr' ,dQSed with glass in,winter,weather.MedieiBt pated. 'Heroine will rectify this;it give* H. Spark's, big elephant that had :Sleeping tar between Jacksonville and New York.
Nos. and and Florida Limited." Pullman Boom
tone to the stomach, liver and kidneys I 29 "Washington Daily Drawing
For 8chof1../ strengthens the appetite clears and improves broken loose, gave a snort when .Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. .

.!The .District. .of. Columbia school .the complexion, infuses new life within five feet of the negro walkjng No.30Duly. Xa. %
m hoard hit; provided for each; school aDd vigor to the whole system. 50 cents a towards him.. When. he looked up Through"The Land of the Sky" i

building.. nicely flniabedmedicine bottle. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy, and and saw what was before him he 7MP Lv. Jacksonville Fli,------M-....--_......_.,.,,..So, By. Ar. I 00 s
f&t chest,. made by the ,student!" of the EaoGallie Pharmacy, EauGallie, Fla. chicken and 1215s. Lv. Savannah Ga.,_.__________________..._...__.....So. Ry'Ar. 450 *
& manual training shops in which la Jumped over a high coop 800sIWp Ar. Columbia S. G,____________________...___...__...So. By. Lv. 115ftI2i5
: Shipments of cigars from Tampafor made for tali timber. If the darkey Ar. Asheville N.C.,-.---,------__,______...._______._So.By. Lv. .15 P
placed a number of first ald'reniedieifor.uie fact is 287 P Ar. Hot Springs, N.C.,._ _,__-_,_.-_fc____do.Ry. Lv. a
has the
la' cjasf',of 'mhxor acddenta. to" the "eekendiDg Dec.9 were 5,- stopped running not 800 P Ar. Knoxville Tenn...._._____.>......_..____..._.....,..So. By. Lv. I S5 a
pupils In each'is posted a printed Ust 515000. Previously reported ship known to any citizens of Live oa*. 815 a Ar. Cincinnati Ohio______......__...__.._..._._.____.__Q. It a Lv. 5.

} .of.instructions'';how;,to Proce d. ,Med ments for the present year were 201- The incident caused much'merriment Nos.29 and SO-Pullman Drawing Room and Buffet Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and

ical 270.
: : to'Dec. 9 were 20fi.785.000. Total shipments Democrat
No. 13 Between JackonTille and the North and West. No. 14
For SchWl Girl Athletw .
: ;. .. *. ,of the corresponding period of _I I_
A step has been taken toward the organized last year were''186370000. The increase Cured LumbagoA. ----- 745 pLY. Jacksonville. So. By__.._____._._ ..___.___--Ar 9 s.3 ..._
athletic'trahUng of'American B. Canman Chicago writes March ______ 3 00 a Ar. Macon. So. By.__________.___-___-Lv.Lv.. 215 a s.1.1,_ __
v, in shipments for this year to -______ 520 a Ar. Atlanta So. By-____________________.- HSOpSlip__
choolglrbj by the forming of a gfWbranch' date is 20.4 5.000 cigars. 4th, 1903. "Having been troubled with .______ 94o'S.. Ar. Chattanooga So. ByQueen----_____________.-Lv.Lv.. __
of tbe. Public Schools Athletic lumbago at different times and tried one _______ 740p840p Ar Cincinnati A Crescent-._____________- 830 a I.__.__

league,of New York'clty. Speaking of. Stomach Troubles and Constipation physican after another then different == Lv. Cincinnati. Big Four Eoute- __________-Lv..Lv.. 710 a.==
this movement; Miss Grace Dodge said, ointments and liniments, gave it up al .----__ 710 a Ar. Chicago Big Four Rente.______:___.___ 88Qp45a. __
that the.methods of training mu t.be' "Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver together. So I tried once more and got == 8 M p Lv. Cincinnati, Penn Lines..,..,.,.._____-Ar. I ===
different: from thoee :applied to the Tablets are the best thing for stomach a bottle of' Ballard's Snow Liniment _______ 710 s Ar.Chicago Penn. T.JTIHI__._____________.Lv. 840p-__
which almost instant relit-L Iran
boys.' A prize of |50 was offered by troubles and constipation I have ever gave me ______ 8 45 p Lv. (Cincinnati C. H. & D.-Monon_.__.._-______. 7 jO s ____
bald," save J. R. Cnllman, a druggist of cheerfully recommend it, and will" add _______ 7 23 a Ar. Chicago. C. H. & D.-Monon_______________Lv. 802p. -
Mrs. Henry 8tege| for the best methods Pottervilfe Mich. take name to list of sufferers. Sold
They are easy to cay your
essenttalg == 9 45 pLY. Cincinnati GH.4D.-Mich.Cent..________Ar. 7 00 a ==
s. combining the .of moral J and always give satisfaction.. I tell mycustomers"to by Red Cross Pharmacy, and Eau Gallie _____ 5 20 a Ar. Toledo, C. H. & D.Micb. nt.._______Lv, 1140 P _.,...
and athletic discipline.Purdue. try them and if cot satisfactory Pharmacy, Eau Game, Fla. ______ 7 25 a Ar. Detroit, C. H. &.D Mich. Cent..____Lv. 1000 P _

'* Medial Combine ., to come back and get their'money." _-_____ 30 P Lv. Cincinnati, Pena Lines...__._______.___._At.Lv. 630 .-___
y .; but have never had a complaint. For Pensacola's Big Tire _______ 5 MaAr. Pitteburg. Penn. Lines__________________,.- 81Sp ____
,The Fort Wayne Ind.) College of
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Medicines has been with the: sale by Bed Cross Pharmacy.A Pensacola: had another serious fireearly == 930p45a Lv. Cincinnati Big Four._______________....Ar..Lv.. 1110 a ..
merged
% ______ 6 Ar. Cleveland, Big Fonr..________________-. 830 II ____.
? other medical/colleges of Indiana to dispatch from. Columbus, Ga., Saturday morning when .the == .530p810p Lv. Lexington, So. By..--------_______-Ar. 10 45 a ==
fi : form the medical department of Pur, says that Congressman W. C. Adamson Thieson building, the largest in the ______ Ar. Louisville So. By.-------.--_______..Lv, 7 40 aIQlOp____
r due university.SCIENTIFIC.. ----- 7 32 a Ar. St. Louis So. R7--n__._.______.__.__.__ .Lv. *_
'. and a party of Congressmen including city was partially destroyed. The fire

several members of the river originated in the store of Kress & Nos. 13 and 14-"The Florida Limited." Daily Solid Vestibule Train. Through Day
4 i. Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati.
I Co. and'caused loss of several thousand
and harbor committee, will make a ; a -

Y ( trip down the Chattahoochee river to dollars. After the firemen subdued No; 5 No. 13 Between oJaeboDYll1e and Kansas City No. It No.i

.Increase of Spectacle Habit. Florida In January taking notes of the flames, the discovery was
r === 745 p. LT.Jacksonville FIa, So.By-----_______-----Ar. 933 a _
Y Dr. George M. Gould the famous the condition of the river. They will made that the door of the big sa.e ______ 520a Ar. Atlanta, Ga.. So. $y.---_____.__..____Lv. 1150p _
Philadelphia specialist writing In go from Columbus via steamer to Ap- had been blown off by daring robbers ______ 12 01 a Ar. B1rDl1n ham, Ala, So. Ry-------_______.Lv. 4 05 P __._.:
the December.,Popular Science Monthly I .____ 805 pAr. }femph18,Tenn.. Frisco---___________Lv. 815 a .:.-
'Consequences alachicola.A i who it is thought, started' the _____ 940 a AI' Kansas City Ho.. Frisco.-----_______________.Lv. 630p...._
of the "Cause Nature and .

+ of Eye Strain" Justifies unquestionably school for backward boys is the blaze. Nos. 13 and 14-The Florid Limited." Daily. :.

-v the growing tendency of latest attempt to give Juvenile Mnnder ,EXCELLENT DINING CAB SERVICE

>h-* the profession to prescribe spectaclesfor dogs" In New. York's slum districts a : A HAPPY J. C.I.U8K District Passenger Agent,108 west Bay Street,Jacksonville. ,
'L' people of aU qe.. He says be has C.H.ACKEKT.O.M.. W. H.TATLOE. G. P.A.
fair show. It: is believed that the new 8. H. HARD WICK,F.T.M. BROOKS MOBQAN. G. P.A.
measured about 10,000<< pairs of eyes HOME
school will decrease truancy and helpto
and that not one of these pain was
s.f without some Imperfections of shape check juvenile crime. bODe where health abounds.

{ size or curvature and his .conclusion ia I With impure blood there can

,: ,. that an absolutely perfect pair of eyes That American captain of marines not be good health. The Bridgeport

:. '. c does not exist In the one or two hundred who whipped ten Jape because "one of Wlthadbordered LIVER there

years sine printing commerce them kicked his dog" ,would surely .be cannot be good blood.1llU'S .
and urbanisation have sprung into existence made an admiral if he would go over

l > the; entire ocular process of to Russia. "The Motor that Motes"

t nan has been reversed.; In all the ages >

; before, human eyes were not accustom- The Adams express thief says it Is Pills ..

A ,,-A ed to be focused at short range.for a difficult for Oman to be honest on $55a Simple, Reliable Durable
of time. -
longperiod Since.thfnJrud
month. That depends. There are Guaranteed to run
lewln and handicrafts
tng.-wrttIDg. ,,
i bay required: focusing of the image ; people who cannot stay* honest on $55 -evivify thetorpid LIVER and restore L and give satisfaetloa

t. .. at'.t1re.ITe.oi\''fifteen inghes'trana 'the ,. per hour. ':s natural action. Makes motor-boating a pleasure

eye almost constantly.:,tor mlOions of A healthy LIVER means Makes working-boats increase
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pore
4 !4 people. The result .has ,been '!'ele Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the '

, f- strain with its host of: sequent; diseases Best Made blood.r.rPure profits .

i ;:: *,,far away reflexes, headaches. "In mv opinion Chamberlain's Cough Health Mood mesas health. Study our methods of construction

nervous diseases and kinds of 111 health Remedy Is the best made for colds," says means happiness and you will discover why i

:"-'. too numerous to.euUDi. rate." In New Mrs bra Walker, of Porterville, Cali Take DO Sobtltute.. AD Druggists. t

: : r, ..:. York:'.'city.Dr. Crbuhv'Inds that ev.er'30 fornia. There is no doubt about its being "THE'BRIDCEPORT"' Is a 1j

\ per/cent jof the school children are ent.. the best. No otber will cure 'a cold so John White & Co. j
quickly. .No other is so sores preventiveof -, 4Motor that 1
1.fem.. forms el defective Dotes"i
from gron' ; pneumonia:: No other is so pleasantand LOUtSVULE, KY.FURS t
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behind omen ,of .lie same The fact is that few people are satisfied I

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,? \.. ?}. '.... lntl"'l1fTI1, 1 I .. .t:t found guilty of coo- ; he had built t lars and list of
up agtatfor ctc price showing
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.; "'.---...,.&.,, tM A VfniHUI_1 ._iW'O 1lwMiw;':-i.<;fct31 MBg:aeeoefd''.tIll. the millionaire head! 'a:local.political dictatorship' by mean .tfsiiig acicJ inatcriaJs'o, OUt light. ;,saiidp: soil sad
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}.v r.t'.S'>ttepMilts.itl'. iirtijhhtbiiss JII ri" clemene.: Owrwho important contract. He 'was:known .how-gnat lasses weft made by 'Wmus Last,'pcar. I ( .

.:"0;, ..:.,.{ wUl11L' 1'l'--A..."....\.'0'.., .. ,. ,."."' been the as a.Democrat; but It'WU: not c doubted .,throughout' the state. ". : '
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''' ,:1bSi '.J.. $ t.ffi' _. '- r IfDodge.Htrms 'I.were with' him..' 'GENTS .' ::.
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"' ;;;-'f:'"'' '''"'i-i ,'I'y.""" '. <"9QI',' ;g oneeac i prla.. became known' Mr. Lawson of Boston ;

& .- 'MtIca'I" :: on and a fine of said ,this was the beginning of the"system's" lL :E. MTMS, Bonaventure
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W:n"t1NY i ia "i wart -lthesli '.' -1 Bridge of Blgbs I Steamship '
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A.. ," ': ;:''Aisrtai.Uw_ tnraaoatabe eflfntry:' i '' to*the s Tombs, '
in the Eastern Steaniahlp.compauj ; -

ci ...:.t, __.'..;c:": '":.i m_aftts of Ubor- JcaatBi. was.. ; ; oi.1but hia >fsw bad sold out to Charles W.Morse, I ill I M I I W I I 1I
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: 1 wu 1t1. Bonable dwbta DUTtit a-trW it was lines '

.;....iI',:i;. t' rUIo of ha,. ak a ifcw shbwiiltbat the uncle ot Mr. Morse, .
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fiti >, aaawy -. IT. Morse; thetwea1t17yTpatoa: E. L. BRADY & ;BRO.
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I" ,,{ "- .., .- ,The League' 'of.Leagues, which. aii ITTiOOQ in fees totbruk up the mar- Pacific company, which is. controlled -

!*( "ff i!''<. y k;:.compoeed;-journalist,4' .teachen. ,.1f I. riagtffcf btu.nephew. 1R the'chief ertdenot by the Union Pacific an Increase of Groceries Hay Grain and all Food 'Products ;
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w!t- .. miTiijrrttff; "_I..m.,...':htttdt; A4 PuvI was given hf Dodge;t self'confessed I< is paid on the 'common stockwhich We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Hapea'FertWaen. We deal exclusivelyn

1 "w.S: '._.L ui;present government wu.' perJUI'tf.?Be told.the circumstances of. i has never drawn anything since the above line of goods, and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write as for prices OB
ii. ,......"_. .'"? t'JOIIB"bet Ttri0lr4i ", the of the in Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E.L.BBADY BJ ""a ., ",,, 1.__. ; '- ..J- Us divorce from his wife and how biter, organization company :
,i i :;,,' ....". ...c, Attfltee ,prokta.riat on;:her".waa brought'to New York by 1884. During the ,latter half of the
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: ,l.wsd ,Uila strllfct order Ifl >regular. Hummers.detectives and given $ ,OOO fiscal year 400 miles of road had been AGONEa & CO.tStaplelU k

:J yt.;...<. {"; .iapod.MhtAt( ,,. ,tbrwgh .wi'f .tls.ltgawaraa ., to'sign an affidavit without reading It authorized, in California Nevada and
t '.i "":: !"j;,. 'taY ,i.9 ...t." ';bIt" this mad it appear that Mm Dodge's Oregon'to protect and develop.the'territory Hay, Grain, Fruit and

I ,: ...clU' ithe,,bankruptcy' ,th.".treasrefuse drroroe-was net complete... I' : served by the system ,f d Fancy Groceries Produce of all Kinds,
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'" P1 uges Qerrlttlty.o Bteje sCtw of Indiana In his first statement to the policy VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY
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.5.rl. ,' .} r0.' bWbeea, fo eA-to raise'fTT.OOQ.to let holders of the Equitable'Life''Dec. 18 tM
! fix, :wittldt w.thet. ..' Y tngidrom'the banks., "' .. T'ittasQille Florida.
: '.' .; tit. riwllne.ataa: f.Of.'WNIII4jI be. President Morton announces that there s a

,. "".'.....,,,,,""'f' 'J&, 7t 'J- be7, '...'to,""" ttH.last:ilae hold-of>octtl't bad.r.miseIl tQ .;own 'USA will be no effort to make it the biggest
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safest It will be the policy not to solicit
.i. '*-"_,.itj7l7ii t ._ ,graft'dedetiltiori' '.t .. .was.. "prepared tafwere' .Two} ,important .moveV, have,,&beersmad. new business at the expense of Send yonr Job Printing to The Star Office
! ;!'": ....uaa- lit ''tC1, tbatt s authodtles in the fight between Klaw Er, the present policy holders. Economies

' .,..' -;' .:-'takenroff their guard and did not even lanjjer,. known as the theatrical trust amounting to. more' than .$600,000 a

;R If t' ;att.mpt_to:proveut.its.'publication in and the,Independents. The,New,York year have been introduced. No further

>> ;. """.r',.-" .-; :\;ae,.news' .piper;. 'II& anticipation of supreme' court held that David ,Belas- contributions will.be made to political
; '::<\;f< ,Arrests committees {the vartoua 'or- co's .contract with Joseph Brooks ..forthe parties.

i ::. :.,: < ganiistionshav-' ,been_ elected, in the l. management of David Warfield Central ef Washington Lift. SAN MATED CIGARSThe
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F ;;,-': set la imprisoned another will carry on the trust, but'th t Brooks was a partner Three of the minor life insurance

1 ... the.work. ., of Belasco.. The other step was the concerns had their turn before the success of the San Mateo Cigaris

J, The rebellion.tiiro' _wot the Baltic beginning of John Doe proceedings by Armstrong investigating committee- one of the greatest triumphsof FY

.provmcsfccontinuod to'giibadway' the district attorney to force the syndicate namely. the Empire Provident Life the East Coast since the freeze. .,.
{."_ pluudiring 't wlli. and to produce their books and correspondence and Life Association, irregularities be- .
? found in Then
seta lit- in the hope of proving thatit ing each case. came '
J < ofROose1s being President Tatlock of' the Washington Made from'the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula) of Florida and the ..
;-t: .:p4oc ft t'Aw.'ttoaw: : at is a scheme to..discriminate against Life which was rescued from failure Island of Cuba can produce, and wrapped with the rich silky leaf grown on East .

. y. Bf *\ .to hSTo'latosd' he stiff plays manage and theaters. about a year ago when Levi P. Morton Coast plantations, the cigar industry of the world has never produced a better article.

{ F' 1. -sis. aM _:$ y :WU on. Crf.gtieveril and Thomas F. Ryan bought the con For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union News Companyon .

_: r' 3H>tat | u.8e1ag end> W>ri" a re- I COMMERCIALCollapse I trolling Interest In the company's investments every train entering Florida.
be1Uoui tn earlkr that
o:; ; !fit. report and deposits it was shown
''\i 6 7 the tortreegdtibeen>> : captured and theY of Walsh tanks. that the properties of Mr. Morton and Manufactured by s. W. ROWLEY San Mateo Fla.The' .

"Y t fovtrnor Imprisoned was' d&ndlted. The ,failure of the Chicago National Mr. Ryan were favored. .>
i-. but an urgent call for warships to ,
bank,' the Home Savings bank and the
Railroad. Promise to Tell. .
; -i; ,. t bring rsliet by. was sent>y theo
go i ernoc to 8t Petersburg. Equitable Trust company ,all of Chicago The executive officials of western

:: was due .to the financial embarrassment railroads have met at Chicago and en-
.; if-x. '. .Chlna. Jsipaliese,Treilgr;. of John B. Walsh who controlled tered an agreement whereby each is .

J #\Yj".. The final draft of. the treaty between these institutions, Comptroller bound to inform the Interstate commerce -

'> ;:; :. China and Japan wu,,reached, fixing of the 'Currency Ridgely bad notified commission of any illegal acts Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.
= status in Manchuria very
t :),\ the Japan these banks of any kind. A committee was appointed -
much the same u, that of Bussia be to watch for evidence. d
? ':/t, with the exception that that they held I '
5, .tf,:..;; fore tna war, Pensions on New York Central .
: :': the.country is to remain ,open to the an excessive MACHINE SHOPS J
f" : The directors of ,the New York Cen- :
: ,.._... trade of all Da U ODI. The' treaty, whichit amount of the
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signed stocks and oth- tral and its allied lines the Lake Shore,
:;:r to bi In force indefinitely wu <
i securities of Michigan Southern Michigan Central
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try At Peking Dec. 21. railroads .coal and Big Four have decided establisha Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS' 1

; lands and stone pension bureau to take care of superannuated -

Ii.. I. tEGALCRIMINALBrick, r quarries in employees.An .

i ;. 'N southern Indl- HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
s Fc'" .,f '. "' Trust Fined. ana owned by agreeable movement of the bowels ", 0 I
: : Mr. Walsh. It without any unpleasant effect is produced
.,< :.: .-. -t 'j: Nine of the ten defendants in theat'the1so ,1.\ thronghhiseffortsto by Chamberlain's Stomach and 4
.; $}" i + caUed brick trust of was Liver Tablets. For sale by Red Cross Agricultural Implements

'...,\1. .ft.j ..!... ....4&r Nutt; ; .: ....: '.."u..... make Pharmacy.
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ot conspiring ,to, restrain .trade and John R. Walsh.
I ;(( : large holdings SANFORD FLORIDAThe
,: ';Q paid ftn$2DO0 each and costs.l&t inlhese enterprises that forced him to ,

t 'i :. dtHodanta Included the principal barrow, topheavily from his banks. The ,
'$1'! and agents of the Illinois Brick institutions F
".., officers liabilities of the time were
,: .,;'f5 compsi .'the American Brick company estimated at 128,000,000, and against

rt li and.ttt:business agent of 'hi brick this the two banks and trust company 1

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N& W a,CwwfordVUllam .csd.r I! Chicago Clearing: House association Engine .

>> \ O:..'Crawford ,waa found: 1 promptly gave notice' that all depositors
M guilty at Washington'.on'an tndietmenty would be paid In full, and a committee have a good boat with _.f
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charging him with conspiracy to do- was formed, to take charge of the em- her -.II. a.bad heart. Don't spoil a vacation .t

fraud government in the sale of barrassed brake and,bid ia the prop- 'Of or a cruise because of a "

i .__i pot? e11d t't I f lerties for Ids- Walsh at affair valua ,....__.eC l Pau.n..Wlatl.v.w poor, uncertain, engine. Regal

Ht was connected ,with 'the frauds engineered I I tion. \ -i ; ? States account ifea.ttk of..uy ICJ'Mkatwk" aaaracp.ofpai. aiaplM terns. ,Tbia. ia. 411I marine engines are four cycle

M "-' by August W. Uachen, nowlrUm11w John B. Wash is what la popularly McVsWs JI..daeTIa.o.-oI( F..kiosl1u' automobile type with jump
: described- aself.nude .havlna tae ubKlkl ilia an,stir Ladati Ladnina: Onew'tstburiptio.i
as mu.
'. : T : euabsrsco'te30eeete. ural spark ignition. Rated 1} h. p.,
_i>- -' I i been brought from Ireland to Chicago a.rk.r. 5 e.ft Every wUn IIer....a McCall Pi.
FrM. SukxriU radar.Lady .. 3 b. p. and 5 b. p. in tingle cyl- I
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,; 'f/i1! ;'' 'in the case ot A?K Loring who sued when bt.waa. ,tsa years old where he Ag.at.Wasted.. rut.aCatalotuccf6rode.Eand.s..paneiumor6lrralcakcasmuwsu ", inder, 8 b. p. and 15 h. p. in .
began; aeHtaf, newspapers on the
Boston elevated for.IJICXX) be- swm) u. ttvnum Cataloque (tkevioc 40 prraunmi) double cylinder, and 30 h. in
.tr.lIe nt Ja.with a newsdealer eeaa kee. Addr.ss't1& rdcCAU.sac Ii.w Y., p
......' "OC; ,to. .his,baiidlng. -from i four cylinder engines.
":";".' .. 'thi ',noise''of'pau'_ctt_' the am.llf indJliftH % tto% bought him pat HOLLISt c.rl'3 .

j << otA plt i :iitf\I'haoeurt.U'cored Walsh extended Jail trade in a new Tea -Write for nearest agentDont -
9' u .... store and wemt from'retailing to whole- Reeky Mountain Nuggets'A
'" .t1..yv.t i : make Mad of arrangement -
any
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...,'"l'.;:1-: to reproduce the N'I.tai M ;\'by the American 'News com Golden Htii'i sod fteuwvi Ti or. about u engine natil
:tJ"r ([ A .. in the later A suecias: far Conet!patino. lD.1iestlon Live you tee our catalogue 12.
4 '-.............tq'1how, therJl)')!, ..or''C ,-" pa 1. He.invfsted, Chicago and Kidn y Troubies. Punplca l ,Eczema,Impure
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1: 4t"1 ; Ocean, becaine a dtrector a bank Btood Ba.1 Broath. Sfciraish Bowels, HMditcha
1f i r. ..- lOmetlIilliyalr"tilth, the and Backache. It's Rucky!iuctain Tea Is tab. Regal Gasoline Engine Co. Coldwater Mich.
: ;'}tftiD, sold out Inter Ocean, purchased the ) let form SS cents a box. Genuine made by ,
l : $45t100wSr ID- Herald and started the Chronicle u a HoUJsrea Dac-i O->UPAKV, !JUdisoa\\ &. AIM BltoUetvws of De famous Regal Stationary Engines.

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d'#;' i.oa;t tII"'MI.. .. .-t-. ...."tbi i patrons of. thin company_ .the fasts "vhijroeiiht Kith.,be,Arbae rower .and, to ,'many .

;i i Pretne' wort lw 'peed opot"and da'aldedtbeibioleWbttpe I '; about the,situation,--and'whMr ,pantV- .d'.tift" .adY Dt&ge. Thus ,! .

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ffi::; m 4"-N 0 t the opponent* ofthatmeaaore :: -- : <;In.1903,_ the attention of this company 1 baa:: succeeded in accomplishing that '.:' ,'.

.: ._ s' ; ;it necms'that Lake'Clty :Ii"etillTde- :was directed 'to the tel'that bad been which it started.oat to secure, namely: .. r--.,;-
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d*" ''" ; -.iaatind; UUili preee'otbit" .city l retied.the pit'c. pineapptea::'shipped from. Cuban the protection of the Florida grower 4:r..: ? wIJr : '- -

: : sentiment of the=place,' the .citizens wrte to the western;'markets,_via steam* 'The real trouble is and has been that }

::4.4 -. of Lake City propose: to.resort. ,to question'eTmeant ship lines from Cuban-ports;enabling> theJuban :the duty imposed on Cuban pineapples js .

'. r 1f4'.f' to:delay the location of,the 'grower, after paying duty, (6 de-- 'entirely inadequate to protect'the Floridapower : : "

..;;1 iooile1eetOaineevllle.. : f lived hit'pineapples! to the 'western__mar* :against the -cheap .I labor. .which '3

."" ? Jt... '.. ><;4k The_ ,,.:. ; ,ketaat somethlnf like'twenty-fiT. eeoteer !obtains in Cuba. Even at the same rate, Otto A. :nt 'Re

ti=.1 ;lifi.. ;*R LL al'-; ( ; I > crate* cheaper-. .... thin the average. .charge I:the Florida' grower is at a:decided disad 4:. .. "tt1aW' .'...tlailtaito Graa4 aou.s.. .
$$ paid bl the Florida tro.er from points vantageeince be has to' much higher -
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'' I ,. : of Lake CUr V determined to hold the oft the Florida East Coast railroad.. ,The for labor and has to incur heavy
r i' ,; are i expenses .Otto A.Fleissner,American: Epicurean late Chef to OoL W.J.006iS1. & t
:;st.1JJ f. 'states agricultural l :college *. ,* the rates via this_company::were as low as the in the purchase fertilizers while C0bin (Buffalo Bill),now chef at the Rainier. Hotel Seattle Waah.t writs j '. (

:z:.. i\. .Buckman ,bill and the; recent decision totbeeontrary' i rnJt*eoold be>> carried ,without_ involving labor ia less than one-half what it fein suffered with kidney tad bladder 'tremble until life did Estw..

'"it,;, 11,:,' .-"' ; :':notwitheUnding' ," addingalnthat ease: This-company- Immediately,called Florida and commercial fertilizers are worth linnf 'I' ted tried many medicia e. tat d14 art get say relief I

; R c ,5". .. '*the decision:does not':prevent a;meeting'of all the lines interested; In- very little used on the Cuban lands growing until I toot Ptroai. It was really woadftrfd haw msci better I ;-

,".At- rather; Htifation 'InjnnaIionesotxr i eluding staamahip lines rpnning from PineapPles. Whenever there"i is a that it
"ti1. ''! : was after I had teed WI medicine only a weak. I did not exp&i r
law'can'beilatltoted, andpro6eratedini.nei Uvana[ and:at \ processes.or ; we cordially cooperate it I
good ewtinned ?
would help me permsaenUybot u lesg M wu doiag me#
;.,, tai courts and can bet followed, 'they=oflfered to"advance their with the Florida in securing .
iff "J. growers to me it At the end of riinuartlu I found to ray .telitf that it I
T' '. "''carried ..to.&ht. United" ,:"Stites "supremecourt piece;altboogh nbtwfficiently to ciYo'Uie such an increase of the duty as had rid my system of &11 V FV***WJ and that I wu triad to stay earl Y" t
: : there tea federal ,question in. Florida grower adequate protection. This will fully and effectually protect our '
.. '. .. as ; certainly have a splendid medicine and I gladly endorse it"-Otto A. ?
.it-..... .,...Tolred.. $advance ,not:being-satisfactory-:to this growers. Meantime it .is a source of Pleianer
ASurely
"'i':1. k V the, people of ktCUJ'arp1et-. :I company, octane it did not sufficiently pleasure to us'to make it known that not. '.

:::-!" o'. ting theft;temper run riot with their. good protect. theiFlorida; producers it inau- withstanding the di disadvantages we have I! Catarrh of the Kidneys a,Comma ...-...-.. Removes tile Oast* of tee

;:F judgment'\, !'they propose to raise thematter pirated' other\ineasnres looking: to their labored. under- we have at length succeeded DIM..,-IOd er ,TreuWe Often Kttaey Irene*.

J', >' of race, discrimination to' futher protection. In September. 1904, anotherooufeJenee in placing the Florida grower on .rails to Bo Reiarded as Per ma strikes at the very eeum of ;

4.r' l.., "their personal spite.in this matter., _- was called, and it 'was then terms of equality with the Cuban grower. Catarrh by Pbyllcl_. thedimcuUyby.nd1eaUq the catarrh

tf: r:.' E' Section 14 of the Bnckman bill makeelY agreed by transportation lines to advancethe While we.were making this contest for Catarrh of the kidney ia very com from the kidneys. Catarrh is the cans*

'' : V .;this'discrimination,'but 'we'feel sure that rates from Havana, :including the our Florida shippers we'remained silent mon indeed. It is a pity that this fact of kidney difficulty. Remove the canM

I : : >':'"': if the matter were'earried: to'the..supreme duty;'so as.to gi,-the Florida grower'an I and submitted to the unjust criticisms Is not better known to the physicians asaa and you remove the effect With unerring

UVV ; court of the United States.it would refuse,I equal chance with,b8Coban grower.The I indulged in and to the prejudice evoked well.. to the people. accuracy ferona goes right to

j -: I V to interfere.' '* day, before the new'rates were:to go into by men who were either ignorant of the People t have kidney disease. They the spot. The kidneys are soon doing ..

:::. What then'would L ke City be'benefited effect,'this company sirai-notifled'that the real situation or whose sole object was to take some diuretic, hoping to get better their work with perfect regularity.

y 7 by such ''proceedings except to embarrass steamships to the' ports would not adopt create prejudice against the company for They never once think of_catarrh.. Kidney Thousands of Testtaoatels.Thousand .
l of their and make the disease and catarrh are seldom as
# the' board'of control in them and the result to place the purposes own, to testimonial
and delay was growers believe that we were favoring Cuban lOCated in the minds of the people and *of from peo
. .. :j.' carrying out its plans Florida grower at the same disadvantagethat growers and sacrificing Florida growers alas, they are not Very often assocl.ted pie who have had kidney disease which :--

; > If the:cldaml of that place ere back of existed the previous y' ar. ; whereas,as the result showsthis com- in the minds the had gone beyond the control of the physician {

:I' ; this movement and are in earnest aa this As the company could not reduce its pany was spending a large sum of money PC-RUNA CURES physicians. Too are received by Dr. Hartmaa .
for no other purpose than to protect the CATARRH Or every year, giving Perana the whoM
paper states, they will find that they will rates on. pineapples from Florida points iewphyaieiansrecognize
growers on the line of this road. Now, THE KIDNEYS. praise for marvelous cure
receive the righteous denunciation of the without meeting so J great 1 a ;loss that that this has been ,accomplished we catarrh
jr'7' people of Florida 'indeed 'they will invoke would create deficit between its receiptsand place the facts before the Florida growers Of the kidneys. They doctor for something Address Dr. Hartman, Preide.nt ot

14Va an indignation that will appal them. expenditures, only one course was and the public generally, so that the erroneous else. They try this remedy and The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbia,
The trouble be catarrh Ohio. i
impression formed.eUher designedly that remedy. may
l;:; Come to your sober senses at once and let left for the protection of the Florida
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held '
or from ignorance may be removed all'the time. A few bottles of FeAU correspondence ftrtfiUjeoa jfidentiaL
t/. : tb matter rest haters you lower 100,- grower, and that was to try and,make !and the Florida growers may realize that runa would cure them ,
rt;::; J ; selves deeply hbhe'nio l1 estimation of the rates from Havana about fifty percent 1 this company adopted the only measure
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f'. ::the people of:_your state. ;of the rates fixed by the steamship possible for their protection, and thatin Ask your druggist for ,free Peruna Almanac for 1906The *,
adopting it we had solely in view
t"f. tines and compel them to carry the great .
their welfare and prosperity.We .
: T A Cruise From Xalne to Florida mass of the Cuban pineapples at a dead submit these facts for your information cabbage shipments from Coleman -

i' Within a few ...days. Ctpt 'William loss, while we carried what we did also at with the promise that we shall Sumter county, will this year

Smith and F, D. Staples; boat builders of a loss, but without affecting materially not pursue any controversy the sub be between 80,000 and 100,000 bar.
for while, and CIGAR;
ject, we are always ready
from Florida. In addition rels.
Portland Maine will sail from their our revenues
,
i .. 1 willing to advise with our patrons individually
x- home port for Ormond in little thirty this company adopted other measures and to discuss any and all sub- The Diamond Cure ,
a: one foot schooner. The craft has a beam looking to the ultimate protection of the jects of their interest with them, we r

' ., .of eight feet and draws only three feet of Florida producer. During the winter of make it a rule to make no reply to criticisms The latest news from Paris, is, that
have discovered diamond for
generally.A they a cure p
water. 1904 05 this rate war continued and this ai
consumption. If you fear consumptionor
The voyage is considered as extremely company and its connections sunk a considerable Surprise Party pneumonia, it will, however, be best
sum of entirely in the for to take that great remedy mentioned .
W' 0. hazardous at this season of the year money be you
.. pleasant surprise givento
party may
by W. T. McGee, of Vanleer,
interests of the Florida If this
' producer.
when fierce northernly gales sweep the your stomach and liver, by taking a Tenn. "I had a congb for fourteen
" could have reduced its rates medicine which will relieve their
Atlantic coast with but scant warning of company pain Nothing helped me, until I took
1 years.
from Florida points to the western mar and discomfort viz: Dr. King's New Life
approach. 014 mariners in the big coast Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption
s' wise oosl-carrying schooners do not look kets without incurring a deficit betweenits affording Pills. They sure are relief a most and wonderful cure, for remedy head., Coughs and Colds, which gave instant P.

4 forward with pleasurable anticipation to receipts and expenditures, it would ache dizziness and constipation. 25c at ."relief and effected a permanentcure. cure for

rounding Cape Cod or Cape. Hatteras darIng have cheerfully done soa3 its entire aim Red Cross Pharmacy. throat and Unequalled lung troubles.quick At the, Red YOU WILL ENJOY

the winter months. has been to develop the fruit and vegetable Treasurer' StatementJAN. Cross Pharmacy; price 50c and $1.00 Any of our popular brands of cigars. We

Cpt. Smith, however, is not at all disturbed industries on the Florida East Coast guaranteed. Trial l bottle free. .receive them fresh from the manufacturers -

i V by the ominous shakes the head railway, and to carry the products of the 1st 1906. and that's why
f ; Balance cash on hand Dec. I, 1005_$ 6.401.98 THEY RETAIN THEIR FINE FLAVOR
Florida low
at as a figure as it I
t- which come from 'bosewho know he is grower
: Amount received in Dec. 1905.: .:_ 1,455.15
to start in his little schooner. He ex possibly could without incurring loss. It 1 .'and are uniform in quality. Our cheap
________ ii of Melbourne rigara smoke Utter than nut expensive
: pects to make the voyage in about one must be remembered that freight from Total $ 7857.43 Mr. Stewart, our -
Leas warrants paid in Dec 1905, and 1 :ones bought elsewhere. Well made cigars
month from the time of leaving Portland Florida on the line of this road consists warrants delivered to county commissioners office,is creating; our from selected tobacco well cured

i. and looks for the weather between entirely of fruits and vegetables;and that and board of public instruction makes an exquisite smoke. We have
roughest Furniture Department to
__________.___________$ 1,434: ;2 that kind. '
I Portland and Long Island Sound. to pay the current expenses of the road meet the genuine wants of
The schooner will be launched within and meet its fixed charges, the rates Balance cash on hand Jan. 1, 1906_$ 6,422.71 RED CROSS PHARMACY,

a few days, when her sails will be bent charged for freight must depend, up to a The above amount is held as follows: the people, and he now TITUSVILLE.

r' and a start made at the first favorable certain point, on the amount of ,business Deposited in Indian River State claims to have the most

}: opportunity. The two boat builders plan offered. Furthermore it must be remem beak,M to per monthly cashier1 statement*certificate__attached _$-6422.71 I complete line of House Furnishings I

: to remain at and around Ormond until bered that there is no road in the United Balances belonging to. each fund are as ever seen on the LA POD DA
Iii
about the last of April, when they will States which depends so much on climate follows: river.

..'. return in their craft to'Portland. conditions to enable it to meet its expenditures County revenue general fund._____ $ .25 A Pleasant Family Hotel
the Florida East Coast road and bridge ** ..___. .73
, as railway. u building .____ 8.28 I Our prices are right and St.
l. Beach In Tine Condition If there is a freeze which destroys the fine and forfeiture ". ._____ 4,494.89 we take all kinds of pleasure I 1 Augustine, Florida

,, .:' W. J, Morgan, in an interview with pineapple vegetable qr orange crop it "" feeding prisoners ** ._____ 633.75 1I I Convenient to Union Depot
Ip'l r' f rd,Diat.I___i______ 1093 in quoting them.
. t\-: the New York_Tribune, states that after I means the loss of thousands of dollars to 2__________ 318.04 and to all points of interest
: ..
r.l an examination of.the famous Ormond. the road. Again, the volume of freight "" "" "" "" 8.__________ 190.24 You have heard of Angle Buatihilly Located and Opts JLU-tlu-Tur
4 dist. 200.00
j'i. Daytona Beach In company with several coming into Florida over this line of road game warden fund__new__________ moo Lamps? Some people call I
' '- o be has hesitation in depends very largely on the size of the property of deceasedpereons I RATES:
:< : friends, no ,11II. fruit and fund______ ____________ 1.80 them Angel Lamps. Writeus
It'Vz : the beach was: never aa fast as it ia now, vegetable! crops going out of the school fund general( ) ... .53 and will tell the 11.50 and $2.00 per day
,and it is in record-breaking condition. A state on its road as, if through freeze orother ".. special.. tax school dUt. 1_ .... 56.04 we you Special rates to families
. ; furious northeast gale visited the Florida /cause, the crop is a failure, the incoming M 2-____ 51.17 joke on Mr. Rockefeller. I and permanent guests....

,. :: : coast recently and not only widened the freight ii consequently enormously Total_________$ 6,422.71 I Mrs. C. Gould, Proprietress
! beach some thirty yards but also carried reduced in volume,while the passenger Respectfully, FEE & STEWART CO.

traffic utterly incapable 4 defrayingthe JOHN HENRY,
1. V away every bit of loose and, leaving
: least a hundred'yards as level and aa expense' of the roads 'It follows, County Treasurer. b Melbourne and Fort Pierce EAST COAST MEAT MARKET
r, therefore that if nothing more than eel.
smooth billiard table The swirling
aa a Bent Her Double"I
it ,
Ik! o. r.D11IU
,AIUI,
fish interests were considered,the policyof =
_4, surf cut the bank of the beach as if it bat
knew no one, for four weeks when
this would be about
i' ',: V been done by a spade; the same storm company to bring I was sick with typhoid and kidney
carried away fifty of the electric timing the largest development in the product trouble," writes Mrs. Annie Hunter, of J. L. MOBLEY Florida and

poles, which will have to be replaced together ion of fruits and vegetables and necessarily Pittsburg, Pa., "and when I got better, ,
with miles of new double to haul the mme. for the growers at the although I had one of the best doctors I TITUSVILLE FLA. WesternMeats
L..L twenty !lowest possible rate consistent with thenecessary could get I was bent double, and had to Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kal

V wire. ?____. : expenditures of the rest my bands on my knees when I soinining, Staining, Finishing and Paper
company. walked. From this terrible affliction I Hanging, at the most reasonable price
Alfred G wynne Vanderbilt has ordered: Such being the case, the only oooneleA'to was rescued by Electric Bitters, which consistent with good workmanship.

r' a wonderful automobile for the Ormond the company in the interests of the ,restored my health and strength, and the East Coast :
Work
anywhere on
Daytona Beach races and expects it 'to Florida producer, was to inaugurate a rate now I can walk straight as ever. Theyare of all Kinds.
'wonderful. Guaranteed to cure Specially solicited.! Let me know what
; ; run at a.speed exceeding'two miles a war,'which it instituted in 1904-05 aa well stomach, liver and kidney disorders; at you want and get my estimate on it. '.

minute. u the other measures adopted and this?Red Cross Pharmacy; price 50 cents. Prompt attention given to all work. TITUSVILLE, -, FLORIDA. j

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'Tk.The ..... ;''9.0.: i "!""" Y' the more effective the committee ered through cheese cloth and poixrel +' ". .: ;
.'! ,. > antAgof iRJMt1l'l. 4, dlabottle;, -t ;i,iic ivaaca., ,; llke,500,000. boxesshorterthanthat I' 1, --i
o"' ..:J:1"J9I't'1W1'r i9f"" beirlest' ..iChrlltDiU'itrIde.'i : --.k. .-:' < .;.. Ji '" I. :In for' lJ. xen. ;: oti'the preceding te having" printed; large ,and' distinct into 'a little cask with a _stopcock. '.1 6

;,f M& "_"Vf'"I." ..: .?-' .r.-'. .'. 1 year,,'the'Ihortage:' being due 'to::sev notices, : advising'. and demanding certain Then a amyl quantity of pisulpMtftr J ;lt t:
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: t eagle had 1dlr near .. -- .
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of Cocoanut which when this :.has been.
Grove. accomplished -
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The notices, will be posted in ,. casks
conspicuous
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",:i'}.. :- ..... ', .- money to the offieers -peala,Banner. tun.'over1.000.000- 1-boX.' Average advises' that they be ,heeded, for, M several daJ.s. after :which the:
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:; ; : i if Two young/bodies, of Mount.Enon, weather conditions have-bet ;responsible .
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: 'i?" ..by.. pubUc. spirited. : It la that
clean wins
thought pineapple
f. i W'f 4f" ?! .....w"-. _1.' '!O.'- HULsboro ,county. Misses OUie.. and to .a, great.. :;extent. ) the .short, ..one and, protected ,precinct 2" J. 1 a'' f
'Yti":: "',- t.. .:. :.VTlwKBritish ,Pubis;xoberteonwhile; driving-from age. An. interesting fact"' in -this- regard in the county." may become,an important commercial

..".,"..-q"2 f < v:Government:1iaa'a' -. ihefr. home< to t.Y oum ns. were both ,is that although":"the season'will At;a meeting of the citizens ,of 'Cocoanut product in the not: djstajit future. -:
.#frif;potetad'Hon.'James. i A.-'DonaeIly, now4YiceCoanl ": Grove The fruit has gained vastly In ".. ,
;' ", '" shot and, painfully wounded; by an end with,a. larg shortage,,..shipments. it was decided to putout '! popularity
j: ..\:at;;.the;.port, of New. Or unknown party' supposed to be a to date have" :been much larger than ,a"guard of, twenty more'mss within the last'few years and j. # -

G'f lean.. ,::to be Vice'I Consul' at.l'enUDols.> hunter. 'Miss.Robie 'was' hot.1n the .those for./the same';period. last'year.,; every night until. further.- notice" anally great, quantities... .of.lta pulp are now 5_
? 'A delegation from.the Board J .J. df the roads Cato'and being ,put'up with sugar for market 'j t '
cheek
:' Tampa : left ; just below .the eye and Notwithstanding, the fact.. that,It' to 1 ; "' leading _
.of' Trade will 'attend' the National I Miss "Ollle; in the breast The body only the second day .after- 'Christmas'and from,.".. that-place. for the,. ; purpose. ';:ofgnardiog In' a.jorm,that U relatively Imperfafr- -
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'#". iR Iyer and, ,jHarbor Congress. ,'. ,. .to bebeglaning, of,the vehicle ..as-riddled with' 'shot: the holiday eason is' stifl on, against intrusion: d warn able, being available anytime for ;

';:. ;I "i "|lnl Washington. ., D_. C.'; The ,hOi.'wan fired' from the side of there seems' to. 'be no abatement'. to ing all undesirable .parties to keep consumption and retaining the freshvflavor. ,

/f 4 January:.1 ,1906. the road, but-the .young ladies could the shipment,of oranges. The pack- out. On accounti'of these guards being' .

:t. &- ::me' city council... 'of'"-Pensacola has find no one in the vicinity. big houses of 6. J., Sligh A Co.,
..; .:pnrchasgd a site for a handsome'city. Walker Brow' Grannls: ft Sperry and Grove desire to request. all citizens, fiber which in the Philippines is : .
: of '
By a vote 52 to 10 the electors .
into the famous "pina" cloth-
or woven -
haIL :An.entire. block fronting the : persons traveling either on the
T. H- Barlow are all running with a t
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:;t. ;:" ; : of Leesburg have : carried a bond the most delicate of known
deemed \ roadS.80 guarded after fabrics
dark
Plaza tit beIng
.h-j-: :. :has-been. ;ata. } coat: election to full'fo e of hands and each are shipping and -
"T r :$26,000 I" raise $8,000 for improve from one to four loads stopped by the guards, to be pre. It is very.beautiful'and a made '
car
mentsanthecity's water front. The per pared to answer satisfactorily of It' will actually float in the air
Prof.. F.. P. Ensmlng r, formerly 'of d&1.0 their eastern and western questions :. rS
immediate 'work. and. purpose ontem-. 'as' to their when tossed up. Some day doubtless r
R '' ;:B llins College, has ,entered into thewilltitr consignees. They report that the Identity, etc. They
0 plated" the opening of deep and ; also' ask that no one take offense at we shall learn bow to manufacture
and wlU'n4u t.a Congregational broad'canals' with basins for steam markets are strong and fruit Is'bring-- being "pina" in this country.-Nehr York
stopped as the action is taken
"" ;Mission church .in West : lug good Pft es-=Oriando Reporter.
,Yt T pL. ere to'turn'in. from'Lake Harris andLakeGriffln [ solely to 'keep out the undesirable Herald.
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up to the center of the classes, and the
: P., H. M.,:.Campbell of ..Pensacola_ town. .At tile basins wharves'and: Mysterious Murder I every one In order guards to ascertain m 8t"atop thessfacts. Florida';' has had a fresh. honor conferred l'. .

has Costa W: E., Collins, employee of theTallahassee upon her. At the meeting of _
.: bee;fined f 260. and and in waiting-rooms will ba': .bullt. and the ,
Y .addition'will serve .thirty' days ?in streets,leading to the basins will bd Light an{ Water Works the National Nut, Growers'. -Association ,.- t;

.Jail for :selling 'liquor;,In-: 'Escambia. graded and paved. Company was killed in a mysterious THE recently held in' Dallas, Texas

.county without a license. "" manner Saturday night He was at Dr. 'J. B. Curtis of Orange Heightswas
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--ij'i- While. acting the part of Santa work in a water main wtth a negro I 'made first vice president of the
New :York capitaiub have purchased Captain Of Schooner Helen Makes a
+ Claus at a Sunday school Christmas helper' when unknown voice from organization. The genial doctor is

-t Palafox'th" J-> K,. :Bwlng estate on tree given in a Baptist .church in the darkness ordered them to come Report. moving steadily up 'toward the presi-4 -
street,5; Pensacola, for ,$100...
,Goof TJils,Is one f.the'best business Pensacola, C. D. Smith was 'seriously out. Collins replied that he did, not Captain William >. Lermond, master deny of the organization and has ,

Gulf burned about the neck and face. Hwore e have time and instantly a pistol bui- df the schooner Helen, which was many friends in the State who. win '

properties In. the City. ,; a mask of whiskers made of let crashed through his forehead. AI wrecked in a hurricane in the Gulf be pleased I. to see him thus honors

: Pensacola Is agitated over,the mysterious cotton and was standing on a chair short time after this shooting Robert of Mexico, and who is now at Port -Starke Telegraph.

&f- .disappearance of John B.Ktafflji taking presents from the' Christmas German young man prominently Tampa awaiting completion of arrangements .r

: :mahtSec of the .I reu at pro. tree, and delivering them to the children connected, staggered into a residence for his return to Nova t

fnst'attir, therobbery its safe 'ld when the cotton caught froma in the same neighborhood covered Scotia, has made a report of the disaster IffiDO.YBIISn d Boll t

there'ich followed destroJb'C1I1U candle Immediately the entiremask with blood and, with his coat on fir? as follows:

'-. \ 1& of the 'stbct;;' was a mass of flames, and be-1 from a bullet wound In his left breast. "Sailed from Galveston Saturday

-' gevelprot4icentresdentssoi! J. SPetsrsburg.aretaking t. fore it could be removed he had* suffered | German is said to have been drinking.. evening dusk, with light westerly Impoverished soil, like impoverished '

:, '..steps .to organlte painful burns. e He could not explain how he happen wind, which the following day hauied I blood, needs a proper

a gas' e mpanj,with a.capital Out West the farmers have the r to be wounded. Collins came to Tallahassee to E.S. E., blowing fresh at times fertilizer. A chemist by analyzng -

ry ,of $25,000 for, the.purpose' "Of,furnishing reputation of building as good 'buildings recently from Wrightsville ending with a gala and suddenly :

y the people of the clty:wtUi 'gas for: their barns as for their Ga. shifted to the westward on the 19th the soil can tell you what. i

.24 for lighting and. fuel purposes. residences. Capt. "Bill" Towles has, The Weeks .Weather. i 6 a. m. Friday, pec. 22, made out a "i tilizer! to use for different k

s fBy Uw pressing of a key in the adopted this idea, for he is having wreck 8 miles to the eastward, the .rorlucts.( .

sY White House, -President RooseveltIf erected on his lot on Second street.opposite The following is the weekly weather wind being E. S. E., made several I ,.

will formally open .the .!r:Maniac his residence, an artificial report of the Florida, section ,at tacks to get up with It, as it lookedas If your blood is impoverished '

; ers' Pure Food and Industrial Exposition stone barn and stable, that will probably Jacksonville, : though there was life on the 'Mir. doctor will tell you what f t

? at Jacksonville at 8 o'clock a. be the finest barn in South Flor The week averaged warmer than wreck. At dark it shut down a dungeon nu need to fertilize it and giv& '

m c Thursday, January 4. ida. The building is 30x40 feet! 'hu the normal, although moderately cold of fog, and I put the Thomas the rich, red corpuscles that .

a large compartment for vehicles, another weather prevailed on the first and under easy sail until morning, whenit '
C. H.:Brinson of Live Oak left a last of the week re )lacking in it. It be i
for feed stuffs, three. fine, largestalls days when lightr to cleared off, and the wreck being may you *
b Uar,of. cane juice at night, that he heavy frosts formed over northernt. N. E. three til n tonic but
for the horses, and .a room fo .. miles bore down close to more likely you :.

intended to boll the next morning. help. All these stalls, and compartments western counties and light frostover her and sent the boat with second o*.>d a concentrated fat food
His'eo... got into the place drank the the upper portion of the central officer and two ,
are finished<< in dressed sidingand men, and rescued Mr :id 1 fat is the element
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lacking
several of them died from
Juice and i will make attractive and comfortable district As yet no serious damage John F. Williams of St Johns, N. B., ;

the effects of the sweet beverage. quarters for .the stock.-:-Fort I has been done by frost The week who reports that he was mate of the : your system.
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'J. ,G, Gardiner of Baltimore, Md.. | Myers Press. gave ample ratas-excessive In some three masted schooner Sakata of Tl ere is no fat food that fao i, ...

wtti, establish retort in Lake But.ler'tof sections of the northern district, an! Parsboro, N. S., bound from Havanato
.- easily digested and assimi- i
,the manufacture of turpentinefrom ; WMkly WMih Bcport. some damage was done to vegetables Moss Point light, and on Tuesdar.Dee. ,
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'. -pine wood and' stumps. He will 0.S.DKTAKTHXXT av.uv.AOUCCLTUBIWKATBJcrrru on low lands. The wet weather has 19th at 10 a. m., the, Sakata was ttt.tl asScott's t j ;

employ 40 o.i 60 men and has material FLA., Jan a. 18O caused oranges in some portions of capsized In a shift of wind from S. !

enough to 'nm, for several years. Comp&ntiTe statement'of tempentaiet the central district to drop. The E. to the westward and all hands Emulsion i

ud nin&Ul fo lathe week ending Tuesday bulk of the citrus crop, however has were drowned except himself andthat
:*. Grimaley Brothers of Westville paid 1904HIT. '
W O.. Summerlln and his partners JATa. : KIN. MAX.: 1U9. i r been shipped in good condition. Moderate he had been on the bottom of the of Cod Liver Oil i .

cc Den.. 27. TO 58 78 72 shipments of vegetables are being vessel without food or water for fourdays.
$50,000tfor; their turpentine outfit nearLaurel 28. 78 fig 74 12
R : Hill consisting of something. "'a n 58 58 39 made. Temperatures have been and was helpless to assist his It will nourish and strengthen 4
80. 73 51 n 46 generally favorable for shipmates who drowned before hi*
.over:}twenty :thousand acres. Ninety I .. 81. 11 68 73 58 planting the body when milk and cream '
transplanting and the eyes. The managing Mr.
growth of
owner
1908 1905 vegetables
set'to work at once cutting '
handi were fail to do it. Scott's f.
Jan. L 78 65 75 57 but too much rain over limited John Coulan of Parsboro N. S., andhis Emulsion
boxes., I 44 i. 78 70 73 58
iladleaU i Total rainfall for the week, 1.64 lack sections was unfavorable As a son, James Coulan who was master is always the same; always

IYr is. ,As D of what an everyday Departure rainfall the week plus 0 95 result the shipments of vegetables of the vessel, belonged In Pars palatable and always beneficial I
do in Plant |
j inches.
strawberry man can boro, N. S. The steward John
are light All Coxof
minor
crops such
as
Courier states that Mr. Departure rainfall Dee. Slat 1905, ploa where the body is wasting from '
,City, the 10.23 inches cane sweet potatoes and peas havebeen St Johns N. B., and four seamen t
I'1eteb brought" to market 150 Departure rainfall' once Jan;: tat; plus gathered. Oats are pushingforward |names unknown, together with him- any cause, either in children

:? ;quarts of;berries which he sold for 0.21 inch. H. P. HiiDur, very well. A heavy rain[ self, composed the ship's company. or adults. \1 at j

$'',60. ;AThls amount .was from one Official charge squall passed over the northern portion Mr. Williams was suffering from

day's,picking. Bevy.Carlisle P. B. Martin L.L D, of the State on the 20th doingsome [ strain In holding on, and a stomachw : We will scat you M sample free .

The Atlantic' Coast Line Rallwa1Pa7 |I damage to Umber and In a few bowel trouble from eating a por- Be sure that this pig '
Of Texas writes 'Ola
Waterly, : morn
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car wu robbed of $65 Wednesdayby lag, when first arising, I often find a instances to outhouses. Near thetrack tton of his oil coat. and drinkingbrackish tore in the form of a ,

.. a iegT9 man formerly t.employed by troublesome collection of phlegm which of the disturbance the rainfall and cappy water caught to labfl in on the wrapper 1 t i

t the ffad. The mis. presented a bogus produces a cough and is very hard to dislodge was quite heavy and recently the plug holes on the keel of the vesseL of every bottle of Emulsion 1 1
plantled buy
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bat small of BaUard'aHorebonnd t. 'f
T osrtiicate which was payed.. He eame'to' ; quantity He Is now convalescent and improving
crops on low lands suffered. F
will
Syrup st
once distodfje
; Cala and spent a large part of his it, and the trouble is over. I know of no daily. After taking him off, SCOTT a BOKECHEMISTS t t.

a wea|$' at the Guarantee Clothing medicine that is equal to it, and it lee o The 'Lakeland. News says that Arcadia [ had light variable winds to port"

',Comfuiy's store. The man was ar- pleasant to take. lean most cordiallyrecommend has shipped 100,000 boxes of | Williams is being cared for on the !'1 i

kiy restetd most of the. money has medicine for it throat to all or persons lung needing trouble."a oranges this early' in the season, be- Helen Thomas until the British US Peall[ S 1.. Jcelart t ;

been recovered..' The goods he pur-1. I Sow by Red doss Pharmacy, and Eaae1 ins 40,000 ahead of wi'7e&r at this t consul can make arrangements vacV eto 50e. and $1.00.AUDrcggists. .

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motorist Is Constantine the Inventor of Agent,
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per population. s
'iI'W"11' Parallel Trolleys For.the Erii. average number of days attended by semble the boots tiny the automobiles bottoms of fifteen which Indies re J. C. gym,24Y. P. ft: ,.M., T.P.TQRSEE: e.P.L, i

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ti. ,Plano are announced by the Erie rail each pupil is 102. Counting colleges$, long. Each has four rubber tired GENERAL OFFICES mDlOD.Jm. 1-
'directors for the construction schools and various
road aseventysix private' special wheels eight inches in diameter. The
r mite trolley line parallel to schools, the total of attendance Is ISbS9,99Lr ,-
accumulators are carried in a belt worn
the railroad .between Blnghamton aid by the motorist and transmit one and Do You Want to Know All About the 1

Corning;. Rights of way hare already Against Present For.Teaehors. one-quarter horsepower to each motor.

r.<*_ been acquired. the,construction of _'The teachers of the Haxleton (Pa.) Each boot weighs about, sixteen

I' slmlUr partner Yost'lines, most,. of the. iiayacroa high school decided unanimously that pounds. Couatantlnl says he has traveled EAST COAST OF FLORIDA? i

Mew' state. Tola policy to they would refuse to accept Christmas several hundred miles with these ...
Intended to head off the rba1r7'of lade- from their pupils, their '
presents boots.
) Fruit and
: Especially regarding Growing,Tracking
pendent trolley ones,
reason/ being that many of the pupils Oldest Wood In the World. General Farming? If so, subscribe for.he...........
Ceefef NtW York Gas. who felt it their duty to give were
for the
Workmen
excavating new
,The inveatigatiatt progress by:the notable and that others who could not United States Express building at FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.

New ,York state gas, commission has give were,envious. of those who could.A Greenwich and Rector streets New _

brought out., the fact that ithi actu l Commercial Museum at YaU. York, have recently found on top of PRICE 25 CENTS PER ANNUM A

coat of gas prouuction In the city of A working laboratory of commerce ia .the bedrock forty feet below 4fce curb, .ISSUED ONCE A MONTH. SAMPLE COPY FREE.

New York la bl.$ cents per 1,000 cubic connection with the course in commercial a piece of wood which! is reg :ded by ADDRESS,

feet The members of the'commission geography is to be established soon experts as the oldest wood In t s world.It E. V. BLACKMAN Editor MIAMI FLORIDA,
1I
have made personal inspection of various %
n R at Yale university the department of was embedded In and covered by

4 gas plants. agriculture having granted to the university ; the eleven foot strata of hard pan and I I .

Enormous Kansas.Crops.A the collections shown at the bowlders left there by the glacial drift
report of the Kansas department Portland exposition, to which large additions According to the Engineering News,

-'' of agriculture shows that the value of have been made. This comnlerclal the wood Is,light brown in color and I

e .' farm products and lire stock in that museum is ty form part of the rather punky, but retains considerable ,

q f state for the year 195 Is $409.039,823, I co-operative work proposed for the elasticity. "
the largest ever recorded. The total I Yale and Columbia colonial school for
Now that have been cut y
on
wages
If. yield of wheat,was 78,178,177 bushels. I consular aspirants. r
.: the Panama canal the dirt will begin 11h'
A Railroad High SchooL
. ,,'F Philadelphia. .lubwayln.ptotM.. II to fly. ,Diggre will have nothing to
# The Pennsylvania railroad has
applied -
tunnel under Mar-
The rapid transit
: kill
t. time with
; but work.
to the school officials of Altoona II
.l, kekstreet., Philadelphia, from Fifteenth I /
for permission to equip the high school ? \ I try,4_ / ,
and thence over
: to Twenty-third
fw street Cured His Mother of Rheumatism"My 1 li
hi that with l
city complete
appliancesfor
: the Schnylttll into West Philadelphia
;; mother has been sufferer, for I
't. was inspected by thousands of citizens. teaching young men the raroadbusiness a
( service went into effect from top to bottom. Ibe many years from rheumatism" says W. .,, Fk
"' The first regular
H. Howard, of Husband, Pennsylvania."At .
118.000
will cost and
,
equipment *-
Dec. 18. gpclal 1
tr
t times she was unable to move at 1 f itt'
instructors will also be furnishedby
x all, while at all times walking was pain
t-
I LABOR I the company. ful. 1 presented her with a bottle of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and after few
', she decided it the most
r applications was
r Decision Against Labor Unions. I SCIENTIFICA I wonderful pain liver she had ever i
i tried, in fact, she ia! never without it now
dotided New Radio Active Element. and is at all times able to walk. An occaMoual .
application of Pain Balm keeps
aN.;i .control the acts of its'membera when The; chemical department of the Chi- awav the pain! that she was formerly

performing ,public duties. ,The case cago university is informed that O. troubled with. For sale' by Rot Cross
Hahn an Instructor under Professor Pharmacy.
it :. was that of the Plumbers' union which ,
the board Ramsey in the University college_of
members.on
,
.. bad, ordered.its For Over Sixty Years.
w': ';J to vote< for a certain'caudldate for in London has found in thorium the substance Mrs. Winslowa' Soothing Syrup has = __ = =
F ,:' spector. The men ret S d and were used in the manufacture of gas been used for over eiaty years by millions fA
!!t expelled from the union and the courtJii' mantles, a new element nearly as ac- of mothers for their children while teething .
k1 DOW orders them reinstated. tive aa radium. It has been called radio with perfect success. It soothes the
thorium. child, softens the gums allays all pain, AND
.
i : Position of the Printers.As .
*** cures wind colic, and is the beet remedy
its'4nal word to the public !n an. Problem of 8 lton S... for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poo'rlit

f\ .', ticipatton of the coming struggle with Students of physical geography as'' sufferer: immediately. Sold hy druggists .
; .' the book and Job printing bouses the International well as. skilled mining and railroad engineers in every part of the world. Twenty.
, Typographical union heads are watching with great inter five: cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
I' : circular thus: "We propose to sell to est the strange phenomenon of the diversion "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
take oth kind.KILLTHz.
"
no r
4 ; .? the employer eight hours out of twenty of the Colorado river Into whatis 't'
-four, and we will do as we f ler.set known as the Salton sea. or depressed -
: For sale the
.!::',. with the remaining sixteen." A peculiar desert By the 15th of thIs month COUCH by
feature of the strike at New York nearly all of the river had left its ol(

M1 will be' the tying 'up of'the National channel and some water was being di- AND CURE THE LUNGS INDIAN RIVERMUSIC

+ Civic Federation Review, organ of the verted into, volcanic lakes. It wad
KHg-- Civic federation, which is printed In': feared that the water would flood the WITH Dr.king'sNew

one of the houses pledged to oppose the Imperial valley, in which case great
L ; eight hour day without reduction from loss of property would result. 'The I HOUSE, .

present sale.Ys If Southern Pacific has abandoned its ut- Discovery
+ tempt to turn the river back into its
? old channel and will build sixty miles rnnCONSUMPTION Pries TITUSVILLE, FLA.
I EDUCATIONALIn I FOR I OU6HSas4 SOeMI.OO "'
1 of new road around the sea. kJOLOS Free Trial. .,
Motor Boots the Latest.
f NumbVof ChitCommissioner en $.&oL ,A novelty in motoring even for Paris 3 Sorest and doicken Cure for ail t

S '''of EducsUeHandsw lit the recent appearance of a :ibig H THROAT and LUNG TBOTJBL -
3, orXOHXT BACK.JS .
w :,. in his'lstest'repoit boots flitted with raotw .
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.' !' :Start American Revival. ;pumping.thklC.kidney. ilcri MiI.litot.raaadutr.t ,&? -1" -ft-' i1 T'HOWTABUILDASHOItL.ORAUGHTILOOP
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:" "'_:..uC' \ ;P"' 'f )tkR- 1 kkTiie"Rev. ", ,'B.A" ..:.,Tarty. ;. ,the,:world' ;: It used to be that oaryxuriaary : A dmr little oOia. .boat,vittBOd nl*.T--ku<-.., .-,, .1 'I; ; !....f.fW1plaLo .,.

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bat modern science that HOW.TO A fLATTIC OR HAMHC .1 .iJ
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: "d" Ibri/ob'Ri E: V to lM;emrtkagrhiatrfsW".ataealal : :
all constitutional diseases have
: ].:; ",. ..'; l. : iy: IQ4 accompaD1edbr larlei. M. Alex-; ., "-their.beginning ; : .- : t 1f. Fn
&bewsi14 .
trouble.
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"t .- ;1 ...... $'J.'N'_ ."i;. ., .. first doctoriag your kidneysrhe mud i
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.'.?t",' ...,r.'_..-,'.,..'.. -. .. .lV-...... -;....-:.ioeairlei. : "isleAt dozfn ti e montiu of Febroa.Mardi :1 woaderfulcureofthemoat distressing cases Bound In -doth-Gold Irttering-Size of pas> ,-s. .'. F- -1.
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11 ', ,. .t.,1 f We IikaoiAa 11t inie'decided to ; .
"' .. f'lirti... ; 1-. R. end April.,, I trod is sold on Its merits '
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": en: a,-1. r 'b > : erection'I all in fifty- THE' RUDDER .PUBU3HINQ CO.. "
;'V- ':s: .. ec .loot III '\ .. r. ... .1 eglnlwork. at once upon" the, ...'. -J by druggists .
; ot..IM-.J:4: : : ":',. .g ": :. ;.j.jn :
1 l} 'Oovurior:. % 'l' ;"4i.?:' ," of a huge ta .. You have a' : :

{,:i,.Nail',fa..t..._,.0....> r J;*.f-1 a-f..__ff _t f yit r' -?+'""" 1* .I 1 : OOOperaoQaatacoat- I es.sample bottle may by mall &;.;it.._.. S,Yartttaws7.141'41..I Ulrflry., Catalerrd <, B#u for ',.,j,f t:

.: .lOJI., f _.*LEGISLATIVE ;: i i ,"" of, 130,000. free, also pamphlet te1Bq yon how.to find t'f

;r ilfb I_ ottIIi' ';,: jf ,: :1.- ,.. ;..' -l '< ... ,";'r. ."' : 'J i ;' In addreaatng out if you have kidney or,bladder trouble. '- ..: 1 : ;.

?- .';.ptJ --" ;""" : "'i'.! ,.. ;>..." f< ': .the committee e Mention this paper when writing. .Dr.Kilmer .; 'j :

:>fn.th" ...'Y;i:Empire'llpttfa :" The HolI r.BT .Jttctst., :;: f -: 1 I Dr"Torrey said' & Co.,..Bnghamton.; N.. Y. 60 YEARS' 'I' .::
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._, = : W6enfoi ; jOtie'treiolationsbaihsei; of thattheumewas.. EXPERIENCE or" '
; Don't make any mistake, but rememberthe .

'.,..'' .. ...... ,. ; ;>_stat, ,--, aonfgeeruijoaened-Det 21 for.ttdiyianolwW J1On.. ripe)for a great name Swamp-root, Dr. Kihnert Swam_; .d' r 1'1"
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,4=': > ''i \ IIWL :' :. 4. The religions up- Boot and the address Binghamton ,N.. Y" .. "
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'. '(1't-1o-it O J .. ..'. 1'1iC'.t..:.: :. .... Bssignments: h -been com> F I heaval througn- on every bottle. ,
."'"'-f. ",._ '..."." .,'-.<.;;";...."-",'n",, '''.''' UUJIII .1YYe,1I.-; i .t.' ja a'l
':It':; .- 'J., an.(': iteid:..\ .courerenee'. W&"aI plated,;aad:aU of,theeommltteaWUlbe : ; out'this. country it l:

,,: : ?widentEoo! : if dt,'that the.principaly9W&itily cpady;foirwott3inili''Yiilds and that 'a national That:,car'famine! which ia on In'this J >

-f:: ] : < -,'*G v n&' i. '.on$Canal 'Biltra'1Lh1 '. revival country and led two railroads to give TRADE MARX.. r .. !
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%;'fraudtdatt'Yforspeekee;: ,' bad ;, MtiB >uTlDg'pltl/ed the" Panama -: H would sweep' hurry'orders for'60,000 freight cars ian DCMQNS ( t.

.: to order to rapport:the.pro- cans rergooryippcopdktlon,btu- the, 'nation, be evil" that might be worse.'. If empty Anyone desertptlonwhether:: f; ; Icna1SlY '

pgiame i of hopseVcleanlnf: It omitted the ginning .with setdlngoasr o pfmonr tree an -j'
;'" :was gen wIth''thei; : bond.provision cars stood on the sidings with no products ,I 1.... OI1 proanHtaL1T .. CmDm1lJl11ao .
., : cideditisittlre sUte lead s the Philadelphia + 4
befoore conferenof ;out, tofu l them it would be a calamity tJona s w

,_. ;.lrtliebOat't0.partir... .... .tt had'not tte=two booses., The senate conferees' meetingsBiz which earth could lessen. .sect_Piteati tree.Oldest Utoa uency tEiweh MewinKMtont Mann Co.receive.teWiutlet .- ; s
; on S a
no
j 7PMM "from.,;. ,Odel1'tomatu.-' .< receded 'and',agreed .toFzertore. .to' : the, years ago he left power ,withoat ffi r fl b1 the rabsndsomelyntsettstadweekly
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-- but the .bosdprovrWon or at least to his Presbyterian: SckitilkeulaUonof 'Jlltrkall.J t j

fcQyseaaam.. 'between :Presidenti4 put into the: bill the.senate's substitute, 9 church in Chlcm- Sun iiine in r.ntesteiti
beent in i go,:, to begin aworld's your ur ctenUfle Term,U a '
k .- tod Attoraey. lGetettl Moody .. wh1cD: cI brought a etiparifleceased ,. j ton montki,,|]. few by.UU wndetlen. L

'J;: i ...tD'.ttit, ;fali'tiu. .' pure : .Thto ptortoion;ptoceethe revivalRev. = & CO.18N 1 w; New }
papery
f .; :": .., I" ; ... :: bonds:on ; R. A. Torrey. mission in ftr- ; r. Inrt
canal' apar-
of
.,:,,..o;. &platntng. ,to 'the;.public why. 1180,000,000.' off Australia. He attributes his saccesa. -.. HomeFiftytwo Sand Oeloe ells, 8t..W bbttog
with extottng 2 cent consbto u a
,. tire remm. failed taproreente of- per
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"\-> ; solely to the'power of.prayer. In
;tfi.&I: of 'the.Atchison, Topeka and basis,for butdft JatloL ; ,.,
'
: eiplalnln to the ministers just what..
'. f.1ItI; "' .;niUTOadt.system, .Including The.:PNi d ."liuuranee BilL doctrine he he said times a year is assured
preaches :
':?=>;:..-,';:RI:1telttor.l k:;W-' aei .bzj'.of"'the:?. :The house 'discussed 'the'whole.question "We stand for the absolute reliability to you if you
.{.eI. :' :t..:. ; ;
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': .. "''JIIt1t-t' _afie'Rgul4blp, of ftdenl'control of life insurance. of the Bible:' W. believe'in the deity of

;eja cbarga
= of.tbe anti-reUU law., -The at- recommendation should READ The SUNThat I
!. : the president's act of his resurrection. We believe. in .
; tonag' raj. terto\ .the presidentIfxediriih beref_ rred. :Almes (Bep, Mass.), ann the personality:of the Holy Spirit" j

+um ttieam.; <>ttncedtbattthepresldent had given In the'coming mission new bJIDDa'1publ18hed SPORTand .
= .c=
i! 4 .. .c con'elf ito':indorsement ,to' a plan of federal under the direction of Mr. Alexander illustrated weekly paper, j

??.-.,,.;' :',. .:a.: '_. ,M.eoaFlor:. .. -- supervision: of :Insurance companies containing his famous "Glory" printed in Jacksonville and- AdventureAshore
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qP :;. < ., .. A + dlttjueompany' through a code of laws to govern their song will be used for the first time. everywhere. t

...;,$--",f'at.H .'_._ ..'AAJ.. .t ', J-";. ": IlUwthe" \ operations In the''District of Columbia; Home For Papal DIsgate.The published and Afloat j t ;

'-: .. ;.vJ.. ..',. iind' 11l&loD.;. consequently be thought' the proper ,
_: '' a
'i archbishops of the Roman Catholic
. ':--;.....jI4.-r; :ttaer.had .dIt.rt -. reference was to toe committee on the
church In America have decided to AND
A. K. Taylor ROD GUN 'i
the:'attorney general by fa-' District of Columbia.
; ,
_4f .,,... erect at the national capital a suitable
; t'ti
s._. '::__ .i't6iBtlatt .... JDaD&prI.0 A, feature, of this discussion was themaiden'speech f
for the residence and of the of 1 i
> building execu- If TOO like to retd ezperieaeei !
3 = :: yjfinteuipto; injunc4 of Landli of Indiana. .
anglers hooters and campers or yachting;
.!=.<*_ L'jV: lJtK i.iiU'inn U. .. nfrln. (r....'.were He made a hit with his castigation of tive quarters the papal delegate. Makes the cartoons and all the or if fOil are interested la country life ask t '
'" The new papal legation will be located newsdealer for forest and Streun.
k;Bt a: 1i iNi jltt'aplAaf: ;; ...6ke .. DTfor.COD-. the men eooeernec11n the New York Insuraneirrevelations. other.pictures. jour write for free or send .
.....:. .. ..., ....,,. ,. .. ,[ on Baltimore ,street, near Twentiethand or specimen cop
"' '":and. argued. He said he want- twenty-five cents for four weeks trial trip. d ?
!'i-r.-. *T vW" > T f Columbia road, in the best residential Forest and Stream a large illustrated 1
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tftvi, Judge PbJUppe,who issued the rerstraJntof ed to takbaway: from the deathbed of section of Washington. The weekly looms which contains the following t I., t

i; orderOn Dec.Q 4 It appears; the"Pouqholder '"the ugly faces of Claude I/Engle departments: j.
building to to cost 100000. and N&t1InIBiatol'J, t
Cam Bag G-m.
"''' : the Infoma'fhrt'oittbe Kuhn Loeb A Co. the McCurdysy
; that the: Judte.quaahed Harriman, Sea and ..!\inl. YachtinJ, j
,;[ ; .-ftioindlifatt:the.re-; the McCaH; the Perkinses and State Church to Include All. TbtSport.nsa T oomaa. CAoetn&Rifle t

; '6ralnlnf: order. waa 1avaU& g"absee'Issued Plerpont .Morgan,. the international Canon Henson of Westminster abbey J In pungent editorial paragraph and Tr j. Kennel. 1
:
of the best books
\ # to advocating church union in Englandby We send free our canloene -
:before the Rhine ictwaispanieds ; kleptomaniac." that outdoor life and creation. I t
; looks after the things oa
extending the principle of the Established .
r -and. second. that the ..wnrt, in.iuiiifgwtf ', Wright Pleads For Sugar. church realize state need attention. FOREST AND STREAM PUB. CO. '
""' s so as to a
.not" anthoriaedj to.rt-, bourse committee 346 New York City.
1i wfi. Before the on ways Church including all ,denominations.He Broadway
rebate*;.':etc. ..Tbe'president.
It-t-- and means Governor General Wright asserts that the doctrine of the
.'JpoInts' out that'the result shows thatMoody said the WARM BRIGHT FACINATINGLYCLEVER e=
planters -
the
.... A-tlth. of Philippines sugar apostolic succession Is ridiculed by the .,
,.;x\i Iftr,. ;.was right In: -r-g4tlsetbie of our far;'eastern islands are in English laity, and he wants the act

-'. ; the:Injunction was sufficient despair. He thought It idle'to talk of uniformity repealed.Chrldlanity'a .

|:* eorer; ; ofttesBpt proceedings and calls about building up a people sa long u

attention to the,tact that Judge'Phll- the ,great majority to. without ..opportunity Final Tat. Tkat's the Sun ..
The Rev. Charles D. Williams dean
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f.P* ha/jfbelfore hint1111 the";.evidence, forWaterial advancement The
' -that before the special counsel of Trinity cathedral, Cleveland says
tram committee reported favorably the '
; In an article for the December Me-
*-ID'a i reply gtven'oat byez-Attorney bill which provides that all read this
Payne If you pay to paper-you Chamberlain'sCough
Clare's that the chief moral demand of
: that he does t
Qeneeal Harmon; ha aays goods entirely produced to the Philip
the age upon the Christian church and can read THE SUN too,
and
; aot understood :why the president admitted Into this -
{ ;; pines shall be country the Christian believer Is "the demand
.ii; Mr. Moody had,turned:the case over to free of duty except sugar and tobacco WITHOUT EXTRA ExrENs 4'i
for the of the
integration
common con
,AC'S s-Ifrv'Judson and himself i, if they. were, alwayi on which..25 percent; of the science." What he meaua'b1 the divid-
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.tt. ..Mr. Harmon says that he and Jndr 'tax to 75 pftl;: eDt of the Dingley to. the lives ,of those successful business -

sso tai U believe.that the Santa FeC1ypriUa tariff. An amendment ,proposed by m. and captains of industry who,

a ,- slipped out of nights H111 rcRep? ConnJ ,proposes to admit while'leading exemplary domestic and W'll .tell how.ON .
; the rebates while the andtobatco.Into the you ,
tn41jaaded: .orer+ American sugar private lives and fulfilling the outward

., .f3.oOcers in ebarge of its traffic were In Philippines.free of duty.Mister obligations a* to the care of their families -

4'W.'; He slys it is not a good way toy Doilivei's'Rata- Bill and support,of church and organ- y- N

,.;-wuf'at;..*''t''fltodairathat there'.II', .The latest railroad rate bill to attract toed charities, use methods In their .

'swthing inlt 4Jhen'put1t in' charge general Attention to that totrodoced business dealings which are wholly at

tt:one 'iaatVaJJ4JIPoeecI- .to' bold theNma the senate*by Dolllver (Rep,, I&). R variance with their own conceptions of '

.t4't' -.< .11w. increases the Interstate commerce commission morality::; He declares that the paramount Remedy !

:}If i 4W to ill's JeNidro'Remark.tThe :to seven and raises the salaryof ethical"business of the Christian ,

; put:. :B.H.. Harrimtn'i. test!: each member to 10000. It also ex- church to:'to give the Christian The Children's FavoriteCoughs i ti.
'
'"i ,ay: baf oif;the insurance committee tends the term of office to seven"year,. conscience ItI"rightful> away. over the Colds-CUBES Crotrp-- and

U I wherein be ssktiiat Mr. Odell,had "polltlcml -' Power to given:to fix'rates after hear- whole common ute of man, ""to'teaell I

of nto to do business and to vote as they Whooping Cough.
'i+:- toflnencriifctf relations tog definite complaints, subject to the men t
Mtdth asa..,uer'widely Quoted Dd'c at.teclj.u the federal courts. Dray In fear of G cl." Besides this the Ttls rimed,Is famous for its ease OVM Is
review of Urge part o I the civilized world. It can
a surprising admission.ntention church must 'sound In the ears of always be depended upon It contains no l !
: Burton Left Off.Committees.. opium or other harmful drug and may be ;
'yr;;.,c ; ''wWcnerer-wty it might Dem. young men the call of righteous political PUD"coafldently to a baby as to an add JI
the' senate Bailey ( .
-.; ,..'keg aH d.- Now,Mr., Harriman in a When In list of committees and commercial careers and Price 25 cts; Large Size, 60 cis.Yoke i
aaaegt'J1ai' explained that Tex.) asked if the make that sail as holy and imperative .
tteematl'eb .
li. anewet.b Dir. Hoghee wis merely included all senators on the rolls Hale as the call to her mlntatry. Whether ., .,.
;
.- 'iP 11 etbost-g..be understood the 'quatleli (Rep., Me.) replied that it Included all the church can produce* such men he M
: Kansas who ,
Burton of ,
to be Via humorous 1 spirit senators except regards as the final test of modern
; ( left off. ''
had requested cue name Bailey
Saawimor>..a telletti Ralph,., bIaJIted that the senate should have Christianity. YOUR FERRY'S"SEED j
Pig? HUNTING TRIP
.; y, .At last,th.Jedgrutlea'of Governors acted upon both the Burton and Mitchell ',
ChaD berlain. Cough Remedy Absolutely i
STEV-
!pped-ebhe' the
ten- Ve
Wisconsin has been Be sure to Properly e u
s < FeUettt of that it to the Judge
. cases believing fNi: ,lid JIN cA.r'iQT Go r"ONG. w.mate
':f 4r lflfLd tt.pke 'e, feet on Jan.' L ,LleutenDavidson -. of a senator's right to retaina;; :seat TjTTTllftSSThe SIT1ES from,2.25 to$150.00'
succeedm X.BOtO 00.00al0TGua'3
".g. will PISTOLS from
sbt'iendr
tii It was made apparent that the senate fault of giving children medicine from 7.50 to 39.00
':' the :governor's chair stoto taking containing injurious substances, is some 1 I i'. }
i---, was nearly unanimous.against Ask,our d ln alinsUtSe| uo-paee ur of qnaatttr aD4 .
yield ..
sore a
D. Connor has shown times disastrous than the disease oa out mace. Jf trated cattloj. It Imto- '
t'fi.: ;: IIJnDaD W. action against ODe of its members, more 'aucaaautdtsm.weship popu-r esie-J in Ho.tnNG,'Wditectc.rriaechstet 'QUAUtr. Wbeayoorfttae*pUntirerry'i ed '" t'
u .. La Fofetbe In the from which they are suffering. Every oahttotuef. Mailed ) they were &be best on ihs a +'
the'e&Je disposed .
:[:--t .I p.r trial until had been finally mother should know that Chamberlain'sOongh'Remedy frtfmi, 11\IO& mvyt ef toe IceAts..stamf'&to' market,bat thehave been improving '

,:, Psatrot...aR.nc.t. state. 11gia1attoa., of,. but that, a conviction for a catalog{SIC!. I WTcr pgIIq ever IIDc:& We are .experts auated,6eetoadlspp .
; to perfectly safe for child three-color Alomwum HaogetwW be Dover and vegetable watt.It
.. 3 1hhe'Mo.q.tt sufficient gwondlfor keeping Oar ttrarti oe +S Beed AnMl,butifaDy Dig .
+
_.. i felony was ren co tate. It oonta Dl.'notblDg harm KM ujrwbcre fur toteaa la scuaf* t '

!_ ff.obi -poet that United' drabs.Atttr- a senator from performing his ,duties -I fal and for coughs, colds and croup to norarpaseed. 3. 8TSYIN3 ASMS A5D TOOL co. 0. H. FEIIY i CO.pata., Detroit.. IIJcL S t

:" .,t lh&. W to'refuse the usual tributes of For sale by Bed CroeePharm-t 1.0.80I4096I .
.1, 1t ; : aIcopee Tans.Yaat.V.8.A.
.. :1 fd1 .:::1.... .rUaDJthe respect to'case of deetkja&Ss&sxyss&ssi I any. *- --" I

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.tV :"putm tai_ J ttetice had. ordered the p

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r; ',,-':"",.(&."r;. 'IDIII" ;f;I "....",' P:-> 5 Sa !II"I' glpea t .bf Mee;Mayne"/ T 7; months;:- ** '
.,K-jE s X* ) "t x Swell Ready-Made
.Q< fF' -Jft.r' : ''i: '-' < Clothing
1 .".d '4'a "" ns'i""rz I" ; evening :muchet" The Nell n,boose isbeingrepairedigdpat
1-T,"'!-. ..',,, Lj Z 7<.- .l'S-: : eery : '
.. ''..,.";C"7't:: ".:_fti fer..""'.CHT*- ;af.. ltiudc irse:furniahed! by in order r.housekeeping once more. :#.10 to $18 -

."i JA '"k':>''''''''+''?''' &'''*'',",*'": : : ifiMa d::0mjn/& &yjolin Mri and Mrs. Eddy:'Brink expect to occupy r.

? i 7."'7i r Ii"i<.-....i.:.'' .'3""> it winter, .' .*'' ,SCHWAB GLOTUINQ 00. t

"I>'t',; .]_.j <-:i":- d-<. Y -4-H"""yS r!S" _.csTs._ {.... ..... "mnAefpecially"the. ''ti. cb- 'M LW.'BIain
">!<;* "" "' > ; hi and little.daughter Beady-Hade
:t' (;","' fsJt'i OAIt ;:41L" = Clothing for Bob
: 'Jj'..: "- '4''i'. ", .?. .. f* .'.. ",' Elsie. ,'.of, .Miami,-who. .bare, been>> spendingthe
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Bridligr i-
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"" : Mr. $1.50 to $10
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weeks with and Mrs. 0. alfabel
't:214.'jif C<>. ",....; ...lt'i 'her: 'p.t'-"'" ;::: : ;t., ,!.strengthens.. and._ >bailds pastiso y-y fi
.JL} ,i' ;rtfl 7I '- ;"; ,.. : in> condition' physically' ,' N:;Page; return to their home this week,
i'"i:;': ;M .W J nme: : .you stopping off at Melbourne for a day .with KNOX STETSON and
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F.f ( :: .:. ; also morally. That'ewhat:
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"It. \r, : >lij; : ,f remaiaed. .s.fP! "" Old friends in that I place.
.., .,. : HOUSES HATS
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;;: .1t; ;"'' '!- ": Rocky Moontaln Tea will do.
k -J :.. F ( aad hits:Zin"tetr ; -' 1 Mr.:Veeey Hall!' has his neff boat ran y ;
orGTablela Ask'jtiordreg
.. 81.50 to $
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ilhdtbeiitbiiee boysire st a,' 'K .< ::,''!fe9 Cocoa and Eau'
..'t-'i. > "Y ,''" ." '- '. ning between: Gallic, and .
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-&. C"" 'W''i :. ,' ',-.J x ;$f. : ; ..... .. [-:. we hope every one will give him.a shareof :
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;!,,:;;:,t/r-i!"-:,'..... \ Coleman agdPneion; ,* ; :; ',M WTY.........,_ FOIM'. .'...' -. their i .tie iht. Now that there are threetDnniogwe EDWIN.CLAPP'S and
;"..E 4 ">:' .homer:: Christmas. ;,"' """.." ;; ; ""t$:Thornton""Ii.' ; ,of LaGrange' boats : hope we shall not have l CROSSETTS FINE SUOES ::

'fi.J,, r.>.;;, 1t ,wcrkthisamejMj; : L..Ii;..'.. ; t1ii; ;her i : aunt,. Mrs. Henry to wait for l lumber'and other freight u fa to $G.5a i

,,-it jj ...,,' ', ;: :.::''i.i.W. "I"" ':' rB' .; : old SCHLOSS BROS. A CQ.Fu .
: ;i? j ]11..0 'y x, # ,All.the settlers here are looking forward

"K, ;*'" 0;, .>,,childrenire,, '.' 'viitinir _er-. ,,, D&II shipments of.,.Granger are with pleasure! to,a visit. with Mr. C1usM4.- wv Yon.,'. "QUEEN qiJALITI" ml
"".s, r-i It:'" 1' 'MIL"B''D: .<.'Birkett. ;" balk the Arthur Mockridge, of New Jersey. Twenty "
'i;.Yri-, :: ., !\. ; daily; the of crop
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; : :''''< !t: Fine Shoes for Ladles '
,,"1.jJi'. .,.,, ':' ',MrandMty' >n4.B.--v.lr&: n disturbed.. years ago be with several other young r
.': : ,- .: ;: : -* -; v men kept "Bachelor's .Ranch"' at Bag $2.50 to 3.50
?, (;; ,.-' Parka and Mi ZdnsLoin I .., and.daughter are again
''itt.. ::{y' ;f !_DtPar'. &i"L'v'L':. ... wee"t-, $:: : ; Banks, to the great satis- ger's point: He is coming to spend a few JIJF -

<. .1\".,"J...y.' "f' ....'Brooln. i"i',Carry, ;"""' their many'friends.'>ffL weeks, JOing-over his old hont grounds. TheM braodt' are recocnized leaden la it7lefit and finhb. Bold onlj by leaden

J.s.- Befk WU1i.rii' turned. the orange groves-ire being and looking np old friends. THE LARGEST CF-TO-DATE!: CLOTHING BOVSE ON EAST CoAVT FLORIDA

,., 1\. 'dar:after: 'spending th' : -. : i 'week and everything points Mr. Francis Pierce, who has been con
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Ji Y .Manaieett : l .
: has r. crop for the coming yea? '
r.. _,: -.' f :tion_. mserBer: of Mr.; ; ; ,family* .. gaining.slowly and if the weather is fine We sell the best that money can buy ,1!
f ;??, t. \ ttg-=: -** I'' and are again at for week two will icon be out All marked in
.' ':: 'grace a>4big"bees ;' : a or again. goods plain figures, strictly one price to all
.ji.v-.I_;\; ,)',t.. ., ;Montgoaiery., ,7'.. \. .'. Point! home and the judge has Georgiana is very proud of its old people. .
: one or two days of successful MAZL ORDERS A. 8PIt3OI.A.IIT'XJAMESPRITCHARDPr&dent.
; Although the number of inhabitants here
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'..!:1-,':f-, .. ,..- Mr' and. .Mrs..r' w-'u.'; ; : ; f is less than a hundred we hare five octogenarians .

: ;:' :Helen;find, their nfiece. A, wife and little W.M.BROWNYtee # {
',\;.' 'of'n:. '. ,- ''''' :;: .Bents, two and half a dozen others well -President.F
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a' ', wtIIonalp8Gt"IU\\ WINSTON 8.BBANNINO. CuhUr.
Dr.
ari visiting bis
,j. brother, past seventy.
i ..,: :,MTe...F.1Y.Jlatc. :;, :; ,' and is kept: very busy <
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I' ;<_:: .9akt p Q'.If, ewidaysat,"; Mrs. Mary Knight Moses, of Philadel- .
and Miss Mabel are oc is of Hotel Bellevue.
with sbeir'brohii and phia, a guest
: 'DEPOSJJJOnT.Authorized : .
'r' Cres n'i for the COUNTY
1 4"J'-./ .-......JL.. : _' wtIIL,' "," ; 'f' are heartily welcomed,cottage being, Miss Grace Young of Youngstown, Capital_$100,000.00 1
Mke'Kettie' Contact is a late arrival at Hotel Carleton Paid up Capital.-$ 25,000.00
.: to .the winter colony : Average Deposits___--.___|200OOOJ)0
. ;:i to Antotiasrbeie, U : will good be joined by her Mrs. Clara Dargan McLean, of Atlanta" TBAN8ACTS A

t 1F ,. 'family'of. C.,F..Hopkins,,_ other members of her family i ia now nicely located in the Prang cottageMr.
:m' fm home and with &1end .' General Banking Business.
," ',- Geo. Haslehnrst, of West Palm
J ;:f.i:;-"r.. .: Mn. 'Josie- :: Sommerlin- 1. i; received' from winters,Mr"Balle the tine Hat-, Beach, has been spending a few days! of Largest and Oldest % .+i2

!{:. ,'t- f .'.. ,daughters. with. .ber, many at this week with daughter, Mrs. T. C. Bank on the River h P
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", .b. "".. ; give the word that their delay
4It t.'.,.-2; 'time; fit,seven., years., Nicholson. Exchange Bought and Sold on All -
f{ >::: .Mias i Kate and Miss Pearl l 'for City Point is owing to Mrs. Mr..R. Spangler and daughter, Miss i Foreign Countries.

, l; .:. ;Kr and fcT. B. lle indisposition.! All of their Emma, of Merchantville, N. J.; Mr. and Patronage appreciated. Prompt service,
: hoping for.her speedy recov and favor consistent
polite treatment every i
'ry Allea ysiependiDg the ; Mrs. Young of Pennsylvania, are at Hotel
: ff:. : with conservative banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS .
;f'... ;" : soarale.&od111 see the Carleton. :
."::.,;-.' '. .Winkle- with" Mr.;Thos. l Middleby, Jr., and Mrs. Middle- Miss Matilda Miday has moved into Enipire Trust Company. Y., Florida

v ., ; & .: son Charles and wife are at her Strawbridgeavenue. Bank &Trust Company J8Cbonvm ,Fl&.
rx,.. -' .gilled ..... role of"Rip pretty ,new cottage on
,' home. All of Mr.Middle- She her mother from
; expects TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.SCREENS
Mrs. Julius
Y Mr. and
i'z .
; deeply regret to find him ,
Ohio to arrive this week.
Dayton, ,
,P-;,'!..<';" /. Moolton,8r..Mia. Scott health and wish the new
year a
/ > Purer arrived at'their Miss Helen Miller returns. to Titnsville
af* '' him relief from suffering and 4
Monday night and with & to her school after spending! a pleasant
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V '' : -: -AiiV Mr. Moulton will remain. vacation with her sister and .brothers at
.. 'A.. bus. with him his sister
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'ter/--fe",' */. ''The Oak Hill Christmas the pleasant home of Dr. and Mrs. Peek.

:--'' passed off very pleasantly. Graham.and little The son cream, and colored his un Hon. Geo. R. Lyon left on Tuesday for For doors and -windows

23rd anniversary and it Waukegan, III.., where business calls him
( which mention has been made
.fef :} realise that the yean go become!the things of beauty fur a little while.' Mrs. Lyon did not go covered with any wire...

..' ter century of,our' and is now busy with the complete fur
and being provided '
,
. : soon be reached.Tuesday when nishing of her elegant new home. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,
set of harness, .
': e ;was quite a to bis neat little buggy present Messrs. Willie and Frank Gibbs and Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material

SJ--": -: Oak Hill boys who play' ce of which be is j justly Miss Helen Miller have spent a most enjoyable : Eau Gallie Florida.J.
.
r; : ,. Junior team from. New ;; week'at their old Melbourne ,

% .down in Hr.Dobn" home where Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Perk
: .R.WALKER. H. B. ACE.
*"tiZ15:'- ,. againct,the i,Oak HU1 teaor' babes were nestled in bed, make most agreeable host and hostess.

,,lr r ed'won the game,, 19 to>7,' William, Willie and Bill," JOHN R. WALKER & CO.,
,
i O I Wing prevailed c and said; Forced to StarveB.

4 ic added much to the p ber smile, for triplets they be, F. Leek, of Concord, Ky, say: Titusville Fla. '
"For 20 years I suffered agonies, with a ,
"* luck to Mount
*" good Rocky
is to be'hoped they will c
ff sore on my upper lip, so painful, sometimes -
; perhaps the; Oak Hill boys (Great baby medicine.) Ask that I could not eat. After vainly t.

ter f nape and give them a trying everything else, I cured it, with DRY GOODS K
\ for victory.You Bucklen's Arnica Salve." It's great fur K-l
k .A' IIIDW OLA. burns, cuts and wounds. At Red Cross ,

)' f will not find our young people attended the Pharmacy; Only 25 cents.

I i>, \* <>r complexion whitewash. Monday evening. CLOTHIN e '

rl?, : Cornea to them only that oD entertained Miss Kate '

Rocky Mountain Tea. It i Jacksonville, on Saturday and .

?i- tonic and beautifier. 35,1 di '
=
I GENTS'
.-E: lets. .Ask FURNISHINGS r
<' your druggist.8HILOH. Mrs. Meeker, of'Indianapolis, -

[ have rented the Bird's Nest on

f property.
/*' Miss Leonora Coward, of i SHOES
ks:
i** iting her friend Mies'May the neighbors spent a pleasant
New Year with Mr. and Mrs. ,
Mr.and Mrs. A. N.
.,
> their guests at Hotel Ind-
f" spent Christmas with Sirs.
' i
er, Mrs. Kuhl. MILLINERY
Hr>r G. Black preached morning rt
J-_ Miss Annie Kohl spent
Sunday to a good
congrega
rye: her: mother and brother
P the evening. There were
"= Blackabear;Ga.,
,:- < seats. Fires usually do occur in the wee sma' FURNITURE. I
r Mr. Arthur Jackson took when in slum
; S. Hnmphrys is longing for to- hours everyone is wrapped
beach at Eldora Sunday in ber. But why haven't you aFIRE
welcome her daughter, Mrs.
o launch Marguerite. Quite DtSDRAlCE
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and children, accompanied -...
was .,. Sr., all from Columbus, policy? Some time ago you said! yon -
t. MiesIrene' .Giddens would think the matter over. Are you We want your patronage.Our .
brother's home'in Oak Hill still thinking? Better come to a decision
hie launch with orange pretty soon. The season of overheated aim is to please YOU.
; : :
a pleasant three weeks', Jalma Lapham had the mis- chimney flues is here and your house is

in tbis place. have a fall and braised his leg no more fireproof than your neighbor's. .. New, Up-to-Date Goods in every '

.- Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Al ia necessitates complete rest PERCY G. WALTON, Line.
r
' z children from Bayou Ky. Successor to Morgan <&< Walton,

; .this week to spend the Moores, of Columbus, Ohio, TircsYitLE, FLORIDA. Mail orders receive prompt and
<::'. and Mrs. Jas.'A..Taylor.
.- after spending a few careful attention.
r SJtL. 'A' Mir. and Mrs. John Daytona with her daughter,
J-
f .K-
eon, Mr.Tuna Swinford : Fields. She will spend some Bsstm c o oa. Bee

rived here last week from ber sisters! -in-law, Mrs. A.. ame. JOHN R. WALKER & CO. Titoille! Fla.

'.", } aiak their- 'fu&8ft home at,. I' and Mrs J. 0. Somers. ,


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