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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 12, 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: UF00075901:00347
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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..."I7fvt1iiJ-. $ .:,, Joba. ", ?..ie&. pad from' for salvayeo. Christ, Iia 1&111J down tAeonditlon the. Indian new, .. bicycle for wide, worth $1.75 at a special price of winter.
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:", ; .)aGoorgn; : .. aad'lrkt .for ialntlon ought to have'gjl- on.Ij26O '1.25 per yard. Quite a number of the young folks of''
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_.?&7: # .. li IG IDIiI1U"l en"'men bwlWalcan kn'alias f -. t -- : .All wool,black voile, 42 'inches wide, Titusville enjoyed r very pleasant time {
*; $t .'..f7t' &&****%;& rte : About a;dozen of the little folks of oar has been sold for less than last Friday straw
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".,.,.'..;.; "......,.' ''.:.l':.'iteee"He'; ;; Wilton:. :andJLeah;;{Cooley: I. ti.&!}H b !=iwt>Order. 1t0Ire 'Lave t Tbft toerq enjoyed, a walking fudge party last I $1.75, at a special price of 125. :Lewis Alexander is now managing the r

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}. "" '\:-.O(:<" :.'-. '-.-*. '',>.r > "J"',. .;. ;:t. <"itr..f7..i.i "f'-1\ '.1 wiiWB, the reiihof,iveryone" ihatttedn Thf Atlantic Fish: company have their black, navy and Alice blue, in fact almost !. ,Mr. and Mrs. L. 8. Davis, of Griffin f

5",.":" :}; 'L' .'f.r'.B:.,'Bioeyi' of:0'len''' n .d"U;o1.: irst.P Mon at rdm f lfCb riet and most ,,68., a new fish boose: completed cOD the city anything you are looking for:,you Ga., after spending two weeks in Titus

i[ .t- L.I.; IAOatbatotitinot lead': ; for wharf nest to the'house occupied by theSarekaFish will.find in remnant. which you can
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,, ..' :\U' to sb.b illeRipnil., eo poaed astray. ville, expect return to their home next ,

g;. tt'a ."t.. .'-... 1'o a1t aD,I'D'" .'BoI-. otherwise., lfwonld bei of no use., .' .'< company., bay at great reduction. Sunday.'

;t ;'t l swbo'.:Ont TailcJal.. :: The privateinterpreMtion of:the bible t Mr. J.:H. Same, of Conrtenay, made a ,Ladies' petticoats, black, mercerized, 'Mr. W. H. McFarland arrived from .

.cttf.iYifl'i., Mwnkenon,.of'Bt'. _:Coale'l.; cannot L"I L ta:'l2? .*Jti,a meariM.ra 1$?*of all lying trip to the county seat Tuesday, made with accordion pleating and finished the north Wednesday night. His t

'..J ll;: '-" ". ,'l epieeend -.dwinJ.SChle1e, 4 ',0o., of Christ never, wrote. bible.or" never ord.e"rsI and ..blt'brolh r, Seabrook, was .here with tucks, worth $1.50, special friends in Titusville are delighted many to see f }

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Mr.
Hf. ;.<: not of nainsook with beautiful embroidery J. H. Flannery, well ,known to
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8hefffer'of Otlf completed : .yeahaftei known as the J., C. Franklin
r fif y. MJsillary M., Aiteaia, calle earth V.neck worth $1.50 many in this section, is visiting in town
ChHst left this and.tip to the in or square yoke,
place Tit ailIe. just the
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;T 'o ii :THi, BIAS l last. Friday pnYi erway;: to r aiUrJwben the church first de- for 98 cents only. for a while, stopping. at Mrs. Deisner'a
Fj \ : ertd itreet. from the new. Pritchett residence.
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toBockWg ei\ where thijfi the boarding bouse.
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..., cbned certain books to be inspired,"'men Ladies' drawers, made.of a good qoalily -
t"winter.r._ wl. a.';bw, ,,siater' ,'Mrs.";;.--Gerry' .. did not know what the bible was, and up Mr. Philip Stovall, an engineer. on the of cambric with ruffle hemstitchedand Perfect as a beverage or medicine is I. !
; "' A. C. L., waa here for a few days this
% t. :IL.PI. r. oDaytona;'..it'ilf bibs. fifteenth century the bible Was not pleats, worth..50 cents for 25. cents. W. Harper Whiskey, the kind your

,' .. ,ib'..,.........:. .ipa: .bireineae.anti within the reach of all';FiDally, "the'biWe week visiting histouan, Mr. W. W. &1- Children's drawers; made of good qua!. grandfather reed Sold by R. L. Motlow

..,: ,,,;':'tx'.i 1pt: iTitief3fA.oflioei"plcer4uttdIhMr.f : : : privately interpreted is not an infallible lard,.at East Minis, returning home yesterday icy of lonsdale, with umbrella ruffle and and F. A. Lesley. ;

., i .'ljiV. .1i tt1ui, dhor ottae"Di utoni. means,forever since men first began in ,. hemstitched: ,19'c D" per pair, misses' Mrs.R. K. Wynn nee Miss Lime Ives, .
M. } v 'rrterG +: Miss Clara Hanford of .Green. Cove
(< .. -., "-t the size 25 cents.Through and .
''t.: fifteenth century to interpret this baby, of Camden, N. J., arrived last

-M&", ?? .?Giagrpe, ,{oBeckIedge'bu' enter.jjilioet .. book:for themselves, church: upon church Springs, ,was among last Friday's arrivals some mistake the manufactn Saturday afternoon for a month's visit

> .:::; '..1IU.. ..;;.;..._.. ',. ;; : ; r--the"' ',ices atrk and'relixion' upon religion have beenepringinf on' the southbound and will visit; for awhile rers sent us quite a quantity of green with her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs.
"" "f.$ ;" "" with her brother Mr. G. Wi: Han- ,
:."% ,.. .. fitof:: "viii moni.-.. tWelbtttbefisewt ,apsEpotllfifoday we have chambray worth 15 cents a yard, Mon. B. F\ Ives. I ibar.
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4 4 ;'boat'- ;: wilLnutea at least 3.' :i 6
f J- .\eplendid,, ,, shdwinf, ._and.irin fry one of tb Qi a tfaiiaiag to bw be churchof The 'hoo eboat''EveJ'Jl1&de, Colonel White wash organdie, 32 inches wide, to their home. St. Andrews. Fla. Mon ,
i V' ';' '''' 'J and have true' rhom peon's' palatial cruising craft, is worth 30 cents 'a yard for 15 cents on
Mr.; ;and JIlL .J. C. Jones returned God: to the' ,interpretation day, after spending about two weeks herewith
expected down this about the last of
of the bible. I way Monday only.
their home at Klondike via Quay Sunday Mrs. J. Wager and her sister, Miss
'I iihri ooa.::Mr. Jones has been under What Christ' did was to found a constitution this.mOBth. Capt. John Gardner js in Embroideries and laces at greatly reduced .. Clapper. t'

his here for several and a supreme law and appoint a charge of this fine boat. prices.
,te care of physician. Miss Carrie Froecber, Leona Carruthers
court ruled by a -judge, Mrs. C. 8. Schnyler Jefteen, spent a JULIUS KUBX,
& supreme supreme
f ,weeks, and we are. pleased to learn that Titnsville Fla. Mrs. C. A. Chaudoin and Mr. and Mrs. '
ht whose decision was to be followed by all few days of last week and"pan of this ,
be it improving, Geo. Gardner leave Monday for the Baptist .
men and it is our duty to find out this week among: her friends in Titusville who 4
? Indian Biver Yacht ClubA convention at Bartow beginning
Jas. Davis died Wednesday at the
: : supreme court or church and submit to were delighted to see her; stopping with .
residence of his sister, Mrs. Nancy Gold, its teaching if we hope ior salvation. her friend, Mrs. S. N. Gladwin, returning meeting of the citizens of Titusville I Tuesday Jan. 16th.. ,

from dysentery and. stomach trouble. This church we would expect to be one home yesterday. was held.at the law office of Geo.M. Robbins Commodore J. H. Allen, of the Halifax

T r :The.banal iree held yeet rda,. Deceased in doctrine and one in government, universal Monday night for the' purpose of River Yacht club,arrived in Daytona t"

.hI two brothers living in Titusville and i in doctrine and intention, existing Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Freeman, from taking steps toward organizing a yacht Sunday with his handsome launch, the

;{ .' Social Circle, Ga., arrived in Titusville club be known the Indian River Bob White which Is 33 feet in
one in VolnaU county.The since the time of the apostles and destined to as length, k-
t> the first of this,week for a visit of two or Inside finished in He
,Yacht club. mahogany. was
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? dance at the house Wednesday by reason ot the infallible authority '
: opera three weeks with their daughter,Mrs. W.
teach it Christ himself I Mr. J. Lorillard, Jr., was elected chairman Just a week making the ran from
to given by to
night which wan/practically speaking
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: F. Allen, and while on the east coast will :Miami.J. .
and Mr. P. G. Walton
secretary.A
exist until the end of time. This church
in of the fair sex the ladies
charge ,
also spend a few days at Palm Beach.J. A. of Merritts
committee of three Messrs. J. Lorillard Shippee Island purchased
also to have in.it make
making the pqoests for the favors, was ought means .to
t : i Codraan Jr. D. B. Pritchard and H. E. Ox- the latter of last week
if used M. a prominent member of part a steam
the greatest event of the season. The attendance men holy they are as they oughtto
4 be used. the Canaveral club, re'urned'north last nerwere selected to secure plans and boiler from the Florida Extract works,
'.> .was large and the affair was aenooeM .
in the fullest,sense of the word. On Tuesday night the audience learned Fnday. His departure left Col. Hortonthe estimates for a club house, to solicit membership and the same was loaded into a lighter
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(some of them for the first time) that the lone member of the club from Friday and to call the nett meeting.The here and towed to Merritts Island where

The disabled auto boat Twentieth Century grossest calumnies have been spread with until l Monday, when the following mem- town of Titus ville has agreed to Mr. Shippee will start up a saw mill near

WIll towed to this place Sunday, having regard to the doctrine of confession and bers arrived fora few week's stay: Dr. C. I give the right to the club to locate a club Merritt.Mr. 1

; had the strut to her propellor shaft that the essential part of this sacramentis G. Weld and Mr. D. B.: Fay and the fet house at the end of the wharf on Main T. Blake Walker came down from h

;i torn'.away by striking a flat in Hills- not the telling of sins to a priest, but ter's guert, Mr. Wm. Ely. street. Jacksonville the first of the week on a .

;t ; borough river, near New Smyrna. This the having sincere and heartfelt sorrow, Mr. E. F. Cooley's launch arrived The meeting decided' that an appropriate short visit with Mrs. Walker for a

craft equipped with a motor of the same for sin coupled with a firm resolution for here, Monday afternoon, being piloted pennant for the club would be a day or so. Mrs. Walker expects to join i
: make as name and speeds up to about 17 white pennant with an Indian's head on the first of .
him in St.
the future. Purgatory, he said, is a placeor down from New Smyrna by Capt. Chas. Augustine next .
>. miles per hour.. Tho boat is at Neleon'emarine : state of punishment'in the, next life Fulton. This: fine boat was brought same, in red, of course, as the ,American week, where they will remain for the
railway. Indian is' universally known as the red
: where souls suffer for time before season.
a
some
.m. 1 down by Capt. Bearse, who made the
'; ._ 'f tourist schedule on the F. E. C. they enter heaven, and our own reason trip without accident or mishap. Des man. Messrs. Edgar Freeman and Geo. Coulter

:. railway went in effect Tuesday, when two teach that God would be N. J. arrived
ought to us not cription of this new boat has already Church Notices of Camden, in Titus

V more trains ,daily each way between the all just God that he is'if he admitted been published in THK STAR. Mr. Cooleyis ville last Friday to spend two or three
Sunday Jan. 14th 1905. '
.- Jacksonville and Miami were pot into directly into heaven without any punishment expected to arrive here next Monday weeks. These gentlemen are intimate

service. Southbound trains now, arrive whatsoever the sinner who repentsat Preaching at the Methodist church, friends of Mr. B. F. Ives and Dr. E. E.

.t Titnaville as follows: 129 a. m., 12:41: the last moment, to the company omen Coast Survey in Progress Titusville, next Sunday, Jan. 14th, at 11a.m.'and Rollins, and are out this week for a hunt

p..m., 2:43 p. m., and .10:36 p. m..Northbound and women whose lives have been Assistant: Engineer Isaac Winston, of i 7:30 p. m. The pastor will of several days. Messrs. Coulter and Free

'". trains arrive at 1:43.: m., 3:38 a. almost sinless and' spent in the service of the United States coast and geodetic survey preach at Mime at 3 o'clock in the after man spent a part of last season here and

I en2' ** P.In. and 2:59 p. m.. New timetable God. ,I is on the east coast making geodetic' noon. All are invited and strangers especially made many friends. '
1 "of all trains will be shown in the are welcome.
',- Boarding House Reopened surveys and renewing old markings. Wood For Salo
i ; ; next issue t.nz STAB.Tomato .. It has been than Rev. M. Walker will officiate as follows
her more thirty years Pine oak length. See address
Mrs. Deiener"will open boarding or any or -
s house for the season on the first of Jan: since the last survey was made of this St. Gabriels church, Titnsville, Sunday J. W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla.
Wraps school 9:30 holy communion 11 a.
.. t coast, and daring that time many of the a. m.,
Write us'for lowest prices on UNITED Stock POT Sal land markings have almost become extinct m., evening prayer 730. Auto Sparker For SaleA
, :' \- TOMATO WRAPS. St. Marks church, Cocoa, W. H. Cresson magneto that needs no batteries.
: t EAST COAST.LUJIBEB& SUPPLY Co., I will be at the following places on the and the coast line has materially Brand new and will be sold at wholesale
t Eaa Gallie, Fla. dates men'ionedi'b. .a carload of fine changed. Hence, the department has lay reader, Sunday school 9:30 a. m., price. Inquire at THE STAB office.

! ; horses and milch cows: sent Mr. Winston out to resurvey the morning service'lO:30.
; .Do You Need Any Furniture Titnsville, Tuesday. and Wednesday, coast and channels and replace, the mark- Rev. J. Walker will officiate as follows: Call at Titusville Livery at rear of
Jan. 16tb and 17th.. Robbins' law office, for stylish rigs.
'; : f The \TUasville Furniture company Cocoa, Thursday and Friday,Jan. 18th. ings.Mr. Holy Trinity church, Melbourne, morn our orders for hauling, both doable -
J <<-t. ia the place to buy your: furniture. Don't and 19th. Winston has completed the task of ing prayer 10:30; St. Johns church, Eau and single. J. M.Oeban, proprietor.A .

-' ;f -purchase elsewhere until you come and Palm Beach Mondav, Jan. 22nd. locating the landmarks on Anastasia Island Gallic, bible Clare 3:00 p. m., evening
'. M8 IlL When you look you will bay. E.C.JOSEJ; 7:30 Bargain in Beal Estate

{ t. We:carry everything in the furniture Gadsden Ala. and North Beach at St.Augustine. He prayer FOR SALE-An old pioneer grove, one '

'.c,_ line and the low prices ..nd'eay payment has surveyed the channel there and also KUKSEKT STOCK FOR SALE. mile nver front, 290 acres land, 25 acres

t < .. break the record. Mail orders aipecialty. FOB' 8AXJB CHEAT FOR CASH. the Matanzas river along its entire length, Citrus stock nigh pine land. in grove, in good condition, fine dwelling,

:: 'to .Freight paid on all orders.H. About 88 acres of good high land on down as far as the dredge which is open. Indian River Nurseries, established 1886. I very best of land for celery farm. Three

: ,,tt,. E. ODD, Manager. the east or ocean side of the .Indian river ing op the east coast canal. Send for catalogue, Toledo and Vest crops of oranges would pay for the place. '
:. f' SAIL WIT AHDGC1CKKPAIK SHOP at the Narrows, described as follows: Lo Palm Beach, Fla. Will sell for less than value of improvements -

t %'. .. Yacht sails and launch awnings made No. 3, section& also tot No. 3, section For SaleCottage I purchaser thereby getting land
; in first'close style, .mildew proofed if 36, in township 31 soulh 39 east. DUCK HUNTING. ., free;better than homesteading;; no incum-
1 : 'up desired.' Also,guns stocked and, shot This land ia nniaiprovea'but finely lo with four rooms in Titusville M. L.Peacock,at Titusville, is preparedto brance; titles perfect; farming tools vehicles
: rebored.. cated. For further particulars address in a large lot under good fence comprising take parties out for duck shooting at blacksmith shop, all go with place. Y

'. ';. :, 7 gene A Hcntr Bz.uaJr, Eo, M. Low, five town lots. Also good mule for. reasonable rates. Correspondence solicited. I W. R. SAKDEBS, t

. ",;,} Titnsville, Flf.f'J Brockton, Mass. sale. Address H. care STAB office. I Indianola, Fla.
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,. "f\. .,_ ?. !.llboty. .. ..,..,hewztbgsuedmtjdtt. .. t.bave. }-bee1. lonft-a&lyto; coaabnntv" or/ rather,;to that' :'there' is something amiss. They .OIFA -cusr
. .W\1 },;-;" ... :.mad ,:;__'r.;.-.f!;:wone.ui'iF' .$:,...._. a district ,tothe.commune.The,, shrewd stretch out. their lees and pat.their thighs WII08P1R'TIII8 Aid
'""* ;1 "'- '. '1" policy,of tile state absolutely forbWa him la.public. and the result Is that they.attract :
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: r*- 8t* E iiftd*i?'lfterjtbi law;.oCti: ."aar has:'Mantctedhtml with world would be..'very uninteresting place WBC'i1t !LU; 1-

,,} !: .",. wpatnesasid'baraked ._.;._..._ II. cztahl'aolr i'hecannot.Uaye' 'it; he Ueoodaraned'to if,it were:entirely:peopled such individualities. TIOIIt., .
;; p". '. .. .' ,. .- .belODetd'lt'torwer.' The Meanwhile the 'other type teaainjr'phyalcSan* w this BESTreiasfiy t.rEndorsed'
"':.';. i /tom'op. ,,toads :'of.,"blue metal" were' local law tB':Mfihcircumstances. 'lair differs'UCCII'dJq to b&rd1y'set'a hearing.. It U like the suspension -. a and Whooping, bec
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: 0 ; across .the='f9 4w.J.D8 blue stones understand the maxim,.Divide complacent ;and outspoken child:is .produced Sjiupla mDdml mplt is a.dapt"t itt..ens

?<<. : Was of:illandIesigthe: and couldsotbemide et impera*(Ilfide'u4.-pvera). He;(the for Inspection and.admiration aa4.Re8d''ThiS its 1.
of temperament
"' :.'-" _Jo' blad propery."' Over peasant) .baa'no idea of parllamentarlan- The writer says. that the ,hearts of ''a.adults Of reryva detr
r r Ism based on direct BUaraceWSth responUtle ; ; TIi1
: t- th stone;the, road,:inenders spread ministers as an exeeut1 :-,If he had men at the present time are, turned, RemarkableBALLAIirS $
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;:;>< pulverized day and.ttien.'showered It a:paiiiamentlt, would befilled with mem- from' simplicity" and' peace, from tranquil .RS.... W_ EYANS;ClwWatsrKu.. wu-"Mywu Jmst....
'moat'part
ben for the ?nut who
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: j-----c", ,' "with. 'water.:.*. After, 'the,.steam. roller'.' ,' would treat the empire as a village r ,*know-' joys, settled. labor and the stillness, sick for three IJ"lW'thtaDdtM doctor tela-ml be bad k ci
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,. ,' ...': ; had been over. the. course the, job;.waspronounced .. big nothing of the mechanism of.the state of countryside, to the noise of. cities. WI a bottle f.B&D&r4"1 HoreI \

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' : 'expert:only .amfled,and. .said,'"Give it 'point of view* 'crushing.;majority rattle, roar,and spin of rapid life:,This ._ .....,JettJeCaraa...:$.

f'a't. 'weeks. '.and. it. will be aa bad .asever" ..... of those who-.:.would.constitute, this grotesque -. is a relapse into barbarism, a revolt'of LW,t &...e.nau"ue. ; ..,.." -
... ro. *so $00. .a.oo
i ::: > c <( company would adopt through religious 1'1I0& azul .
-. .0- ,. '__ > atavism the views:of'anjr minister primitive nature against ,the refinement SNOW :UKIHENT CO. ST. .LOU. 110.
..; The mended, road'was as bad as of civilization.
:: j..; r. ,, who spoke ia the name of the czar. The
:.. "' f, .' ever before Jit had even a few weeks' result would-be KMr.VAae'.argnee a regime. of sheer 'atupf4.1tT. .

f '.{ : t .: wear and the 'eipert.. 'pom to 'out thereason The Man of the Hoar la Bussla. OLD AND RECOMMENDED BY tiRED
< that riots and ,lnsurrectiona .
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)<. ...,,, -. 'hi1 Russia have no'poliUcalend : CRoss PHAB1ACT, TITP8THLK, aa J EAU ,
; :.1.; ::" is the metaj'used to lay'between' difficult problem to solve than George .
.
In view and have their origin In
< : -the:larger stones, the surface was not L bad when he went over from Germany '
some material or local question. The
; 4:, properly:raked ands the'old cart. ruts to the throne: of England totally Southern Railway.
\-err word l'evolutlOD is
': unintelligible
, : bad not;been: obliterated.. ,Instead of ignorant of the government, the'peo
; to the people, and 'theIr acts of violence EFFECTIVE: APO. e. 1903.
I" day stone chip. or ,waste. should have pie and the language of his new king-
often
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-- '- are an attempt to exploit
-:: .:-:. ; been spread and rolled down wet Clay dom. One English king had, host his No.SODaily. No.34 60,89 N'e.IS
their. grievances, before the czar; who .Between Jacksonville and New Y ar_ '
: iti-t: :,0 binding.on a_road,this'.aUtho ty..says; head and another had been banished Daily.910a, Dailr.USOpj. Daily.
N ". Ia their' god. Russia1 having no'sys- 7 53 == Lv Jacksonville, fhw.__...So. By. Ar. 'iOO a -_ ao p
;: U merely a, cushion of mud ;between while trying to rule stiff necked lords p
:. tt. tem: of 'universal education and no 1215 a ._____ flop Lv.Savannah Ga._._... So. By. Ar. 4sb0 -_ 406p
";j :" : the stones In;Wetsweather and a pad press. to enlighten, the masses are sunk and commoners,. Tlfc& king chose for, 9 55 a642p ______ 10 20 pAr. Charlotte, N. C.__....._So. By. LT. tAt o,__ aa a

'; r ..' :; of.dust in dry weather.: On the other the savior of his head and of the stability 658a Ar. Richmond. Vs..._......So. By. Lr.So. p

x 1;,:T ( hand, stone.. chips. properly; treated dp! In illiteracy. One man peasant In of his realm ,Sir Horace Wai- 950p=___- 950 a Ar..Washington. 0. CL,..-- By LT.P. 10 81 a p

'j :;; their' work admirably. twelve can spell a few words one pole, who established the alien house 1125 P ____ 1130a Ar. Baltimore Xd,.......... B. R LT 413x.m r" p
.. ;c: J peasant)I woman In twenty-five can 235 a-______- 143 P Ar. PhUadelphia.; Pa.------.P. B. R Lv. 3 S3 P
, ':..,.. ,. read her own name'and'one child in of Brunswick securely upon the British !30 a ______ 415 pAr. New York N.-Y._____P. B. R Lt' 1210 a P a j
lain Weapons. throne. The English people were of
twenty: attends school occasionally Noe. 83 and W-ttNew York and Florida Expreas." Daily Pullman Drawing Room
i; : Reports of the Russian with with interests if not
: ; surgeons one race common .
These facts explain the slow progress Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York.X08.
: .' ...' .: respect to the Injuries Inflicted by Japanese ,common political ideas.. 29 and "Washington and Florida Limited. Daily Pullman Dram Bozo

: .' t bullets daring the late .war show made In political reformation. In Imposing the duty of governinghis Sleeping Car between Jacksonville New York. j jNoSO
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: that modern rifles which the Japs vast empire upon Count,Witte.the K:9
.. Soldiers and Swimming.That I : Through fO'J'be Laud of the Iky." llhiiy. !
j used, have peculiar and not always' I czar may have secured another Wai- Oaily. -
I from the
g satisfactory effects In battle. The bullets suggestion secretary I pole. Witte win stave off the calamities 7 M p Lv. Jacksonville Fla.,.....-....--.-.----- 80. Kr. AI- .W& t
of war that. Uncle Sam's soldiers be 1215 a Lv. Savannah, Ga.,- ____.___---.o. B1. Ar4 4M. i
have a .terrible velocity. and increase encouraged to learn to swim is a step which the Incapable czar like 8 00 a A.r: Columbia, S. c.. _________..50. 117. Lv. lIS s I
'- Louis XVL France 150 pAr. Asheville. N.C, .-S0. By. Lv. 415p
T of has
the rate of mortality among not only --------------------- ----- f
n s : In the :right direction, but should be 237 pAr. Hot Sprinp N.c.---____.._.___________.__......So., H,. LY U U a
those who are' struck. But they seem more positive. Good swimmers mightbe Invited but precipitated-that is, if 800 pAr. Knoxville Tenn,___________________._______.&. Br. Lv. lIS a
to decrease the ratio of.dlsabled fighters any man can. And a nation In a tur- 815 a Ar. Cincinnati Ohio.________________________Q. A C. Lt' SUP I
ST.jfv. given Important work ,to do and
# among the wounded Nothing Can promoted>> ahead of nonswimmers;other moil,' without a constitution for guide N08.29 and 3O-Pullman Drawing Room and Buffet Sleeping Ms between JaebmTinuad

stop the'Japanese bullet It will penetrate things being equal. In most countries and anchor, needs one strong man St. Louis., daU,. I

. fv a formbrick wall eight.Inches armies on 1&. campaign are frequently whose will Ball-be supreme until the
?t 'thick at 300 yards and also go through popular will .t>ecomes focused Into a I No. 13 Between Jacksonville aidtheNorth and Wnt. No. 11
stopped by bodies of water without
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a, solid book three; and a half Inches of Genera national law. With full powers and == Lv. Jack nville. So. 21_____ ________._-AJ'. au ==

thick without swerving' m'ita true means "crossing. Forrest'ssough freedom from the Interference of reactionaries ______ 3X0& Ar. Iacon. So. Ry_______-________ 21S .1_. __ I
riders. could swim, and their ______ 520 a Ar. Atlanta, So Ry_______.._.._________...Lv. 11:50: p94s !-..--
coarse an iota. The Springfield rifle horses.could swim. Rivers didn't and incompetents Witte can -_____ a Ar. Chattanooga, 8o. Ry._.__________________.Lv. .IS PI--

i. bullet, of.our civil 'war would.. scarcely. : them., Swimmers in, blue cleared stop the pilot the nation through her peril and ------- 740 P Ar Cincinnati Queen&Crescent____________.Lv. 830 a'----- ''I

penetrate such an. obstacle." : perhaps ,preserve ,to the monarch all == 840 P Lv. Cincinnati, Die Four Boute.___._______.._.Ly. 110 s:I.:=
: southern bank of the Bappahannock ____ 710. AI' Chicago, Big Four Route-_______________Lv. 8 SO pt_ i i835 i
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*tf ,- The Jap bullets made;clean wounds and Bapidan of Confederates and help the prerogatives a worthy monarch caD =: == P Lv.Ccocinnati. Penn. Linea_______________....Ar. Iii f==- ,

", and In'a' vital. part produced instant ed lay.the bridges over which Bornside expect in thesedays of political prog _______ 710 a Ar Chicago Penn. Lines.-___________.Lv. 840 v--

' death. lien were not' mangled and and..Grant marched troops and hauled ress. ._.__._ 845 P Lt' Cincinnati C. H. A D.-Monon_____Ar. at_
$ doomed to suffering, as with the old I ______ 723 a Ar. ChIGiCO. CoIL cis D.-UoDOn.uI.y. t o8 .1!____
:; i cannon.General. ===-945 Lv.( nciunati, C.H.&D-Ueh.CeuLAr. 700 ==
style large ballet ,But soldiers were Growth of the Newer Universities p AI
' : Funston's career is an example _______ 520 a Ar Toledo c. H. dt D-llch. Ct-nL--Lv. 1140 __
shot through the leg or chest'or neckand .of,what proficiency In swimmingwill The figures showing the enrollmentof .. .__ 7. a Ar. Detroit, C. H. do -Ulrh. Cent____..__Ly. 1000 1_ 3

even through both mugs. and' yetfought do for the Individual. There students In our universities at the == 830 P Lv. Cincinnati, Penn. Lines____._._:_____-Ar. 13o ::==
ti: .l to the end of'the action. The were opening of the school year Indicate 555 a Ar Pittllbnrg, Penn. Lines._________________Lr a IS --- 1
plenty of officers and soldiers :::::=
,. aim of the Inventors of modern rifleshas" with the fluctuations In attendance that are ______ 9SO P Lv.Cincinnati Big .__.._._______....Ar. 1110 a6 ,._ _
.. courage to cross the Philippine rivers suggestive .------ 4s a Ar. Cleveland Big Fonr.__________M._._____Lr. V 3) ___
{ been to the out and Harvard's -- Pfl
put enemy of_action under fire, but they couldn't swim. It interesting. ______ 530: :: P LT. Lex nltton, So. By-------_._______.__.____Ar. 1043 ____
with the least suffering possible. was a commonplace thing for.Funston. roll of 4.004 In lOOt dropped to 3.865, __u___ 810 p Ar. Louisville. So. By._______.T_ .. Iy. 740 at. .m
' 4 The suffering has been reduced but I bred and Columbia suffered a still greater _______ '7 32 a Ar. St. Loull So.. R1-------__________ _Ly. 1010 M____ iNos.
on a sheep farm, and he couldswim
the percentage of disability. among the and keep his wits about bun at loss. The only old institution of learn- 1$and 14-"The Florida Limited.". Daily Solid Vestibule Tr&iA. Through Dt.J'
wounded has also been 'reduced.! the ing which shows an increase is that of Coach and Pullman Sleeping Can Between Jacksonville and CineinnatL #
same time. An army with no
. Wounds heal quickly: and the mauls swimmers the University of Pennsylvania which
at all hi the
ranks would be No. Ii No. 13 Between Jacksonville and Ksosse City. No. II No. 6
soon 8j well as ever. Humanlt7'wUl In has students" The University of
a sorry plight on an overland cam-
: be the gainer if army experts will rest Michigan is credited with a greater attendance == 745 P Lv. Jaebonville FIa, So. By______________...dr. .33 s =: .
palgn and the more good swimmers ___ __ 520s Ar. Atlanta, Ga. 80. Ry.--_______________Lr. 1160 _.__
satisfied with the execution of the there are the quicker it can make the than Harvard, for it has 4,09 __ __ 12 01 I Ar. Birmingham Ala, So. R ---________________.. OS _

... small swift steel jacketed bullet used goaL enrolled. The percentage pf growth in _______ 805 pAr. Memphis Tenn. Frisco---_____.__________Lv. 8 IS a ___ .
by the Japs.. twelve leading universities between the _______ 940 a Ar. Kansas laity 110.. Fr ICO-______________..Lv. .30 p, ---Y- >

.j What a big job congress has In dealing Alleghanies and the Rockies Is 12, N08.1S and 14-"The Florida Limited." DaiJ,. I' I

.. A Chance to Annex Some Coal. with the railroad question may be while the average percentage in seven EXCELLENT DININO CAB SERVICE.J. .,
'
y No nation seftns to have cared realized from the magnitude and institutions east of the Alieghanies is V.LUSR District Passenger Agent loci Wed Bay 8trMt.JaclaoarlDe.Fla
: C.H.ACRERT.r. Yd. W. H.TAYLOR.a.P.A.
: enough about ,the but 4.
.Splt1beren.lalandl, wealth of these corporations. The total
8. H.HARDWICK.P.T. H. BROOD )(ORG.Ur..L G.P.A.
In.,the.Arctic ocean to.run up.a flag value of the roads is about $15 It is probable that some of the Ion ...

- -r '.over the fields of glaciers ,which cover 000,000,000 and the earnings In 1904 In students from the large universitiesIs

the territory.. Russia claims them, and about $2,000,000.000. The earnings in- due to the increasing popularity of

the few Inhabitants are,Russians and crease faster than the mileage, and the small colleges which are now offering The Bridgeport

Danes. Mining' experts have decided profits are now larger than ever be- better instruction than they formerlydid. '

that there are vast deposits of anthracite r re. One system, the Pennsylvania, Carnegie's recent liberal gift of

coal in Spitsbergen near the coasts,, earns more than one-eigbth of the total $10.000,000 for the benefit of small colleges

.. .- .. and there a.prospect that some flat: income of all the railroads. makes it possible for them to at- "The Motor that Motes"

r .Pouibly.'the 'British, may Goat"-there tract and to retain able teachers. Incidentally

; before another year rolls around. .Brit- Professor James of the Northwestern the figures of the latest en-
'
Y .. ish navigators dlacovered'SpitabertenIn .university steers his history class rollment show that women have a tendency Simple Reliable, Durable

the sixteenth: century;and' Britons to the columns of the newspapers be- to monopolise universities organized Guaranteed to run

s .seem to have been the first to covet the cause ''"newspapers are nothing more on the principle of coeduca and giro satisfaction

'oal:deposits In 'that, faroff'land. In or leas ,than the latest edition of his tion. __ Males motor-boating a pleasure

May of thla' year two vessels flying tory. History in the making Is recorded Makes
Cured
LumbagoA. working-boats increase
t : the British colon :landed: a parry' of ia the press, and students of

coal miners on the west coast and history ought to find the events of the B. Canman, Chicago, writes March profits

during the..long arctic, day they have day as Interesting and valuable II 4th, 1903. "Having been troubled with Study our methods of construction

,", '- t, been laying1 a plant for mining and events of long ago. lumbago at different times and tried one and you will dbcorer why

carrying to the coast the tons"of anthracite physican after another, then different

- which they hope, to uncover What Russia needs Is that the car ointments and liniments, gave it up al "THE BRIDGEPORT

by .the light of their lamps In the shall stay scared long enough at one together. So I tried once more, and got "Motor that Sotes"

coarse of the winter. When Spitsber time to allow some one with horse a bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniment -

gen coal In quantities reaches the EuroPean sense to get things running on a new which gave me almost instant relief. I can BRIDGEPORT
t s cheerfully recommend it and will add MOTOR CO. Ina
probably ,
.' markets' .. 'Tne.-4 Hague basis. Nicholas has often been badly .
:; court of arbitration will have" Job to scared but the heroic resolutions my name to your list of sufferers." Sold Both Two and Tim Port Coutrectioa Bridgeport Conn.F. .

determine which nation shall annex wrong from him then were never carried by Red Cross Pharmacy, and Ean Gallie

x the. newfound treasure-.land. oat Pharmacy, Eau Gallic, Fla N. HITCHCOCK CO.':Agents,Tituville Florida.


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\ : districts so as to kill out all competilonon !
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;' ; ; bridge-work. same ">

.J'. law the coal dealers of Cincinnati.bar
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\ : been indicted for raising prices. 4AAA'A'2 ; '

-:t; : ;flghtln; Swindler Latimer Run Down. ...

f : has. at William H. Latimer, the professional .
gambler and manager of the Provident

t} ROOe account Telt'1 of nrestment[ bureau which was driVen E. L: BRADY & BRO., : l
the from cover at Philadelphia last IPIiDI.baa ,:
against been arrested at Calgary Alberta 'i .

: Interest In ,the ,Canadian northwest.under ao Groceries Hay Grain and all Food Products; f.
: of war be-' assumed.name. :Tbe arrestVas made ,

.. : factions. In response to the request of District We handle produce of all kinds: We are agents feflbpe*'Feitfltan. We deal exclusively .J
;"f, : wss to the Attorney Bell of Philadelphia as the : in the above lines of goods, and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write u for prices os jt.
E' d. Worth Grain and all Groceries delivered"t your station. E. L.BEADY.& BKO.TmrrvnjJt.FLA. ;
result of indictments returned against
_. Latimer'by aloe grand J1U7'-
.,>. long range WAGONER CO.
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'::;" ;-York'- ao I MISCELLANEOUSThe ; I Hap, Grain, Fruit and '
;; ;in the and
Staple FancrGroceries
Produce of all Kinds, >
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4 ; President's HoUd y..

1t waiting for Most of the week between Christmas VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY, :f
and give ..
and New .Ye r'. President Roosevelt

i} : : becoming and family spent at Mrs. Boosereh's Tituietville, ; I I Plor1d.a. .-".
2' Virginia country home, Pine Knob. 1 ', '

:; Against Publio Gift to Alice. f "' :
having .

Jli ff : : ,e' r ood McClel-.term more'Ore.The, Jo by plan raise popular originating a fund subscription of in Baker$800,000>for City the or; Send your Job Printing to The Star Office : _


purchase of a wedding gift for Miss
,
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Alice Roosevelt does not meet with the
: corrections
president's favor.
t "void and ;\
: : Would License,Corporatione.
: ; th SAN MATEO CIGARS
: the Hearst Secretary Metcalf of the department a
t :: : to ask the of commerce and labor'In his annual .

t E .- the report recommends that congress adopt The success of the San Mateo Cigaris
for a; re the plan of a federal license of corporations of
i : I one the greatest triumphsof
In Interstate .
f engaged commerce.He the East Coast since the freeze.
finds that the great corporations .
; operating over a large part if not the
_
: district at- whole of the 'country are supervised Made from the choicest growths tobacco that the peninsula of Florida and the *
l making only nominally by the states from Island of Cuba can produce and wrap with the rich tilky leaf grown on East
: by closing which their charters spring. Coast plantations, the cigar world has never produced a better article.
r'.1'L In obedi For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union News Companyon
law. Mr. Ito t. Rule Korea. every train entering Florida.

I = preference Marquis Ito was duly installed as

I k- ; side-of resident general at Seoul Korea. He Manufactured by S. W. ROWLEY San Mateo Fla.
note as a fs to be succeeded by Yamagata as president -
i f: of the privy council .

t \{. : Deaths
i .. of Henry Harland the American novelist -
" with the who wrote "The Cardinal's 8nua-
effect that box." died of consumption at San Re-

the mo,Italy. The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Go
on the Richard Hodgson one of tile-fore
Its way moat authorities on psychical research ,
i oppo died at Boston. '.
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; by Sen- .
of promi- ,- Imperfect Digestion MACHINE SHOPS

'. term ex Means less nutrition and in conse-
quence less vitality. When the liver fails f
to secrete bile, the blood becomes loaded
that he and Metal Work
Plumbing
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with bilious properties, the digestion becomes
to Sena- impaired and the bowels consti r
did so unin pated. Herbine will rectify this; it gives .
while one tone to the stomach liver and kidneys, BUILDERS' HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
used by strengthens the appetite clears and improves ,
so use It the complexion, infuses new life
; "J.' C. W. and vigor to the whole system. 50 cents a
Blackburn" hottle. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy and Agricultural Implements

might mllI EauGallie Pharmacy, EauGallie, Fla.

; I the possi I SANFORD, FLORIDAThe

they cannot
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t, : Republic
t. I "Senator

/,:, '' : i :not but dis by Engine is the Heart of the Boat

State In-
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to be to the n4rr Don't have a good boat witha

':. passed srTfa.u.a.sMeVIIthtt.ns.a bad heart. Don't spoil a vacation

!, or a cruise because of a

.. > I.t" .d poor uncertain engine. Regal
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.!tk ir ttyS .Mttutcr. siapM
of the rep- MeCall'. ........(Tu 0.-ef ralts.IlrSofta.bici automobile type with jump
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of the .a.ber, a..... "". ..-......aKcCallll&era .
at RIo Ja Vr/M. h GiM....,. 3 h. p. and 5 h. p. in single cylinder -
Ld "s....Waat'1. Ri.ewa.a.aaliberal .. 8 h. p. and 15 h. p, in
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be attended cask _____ 'Mi Calal |M(ef to*4 ,
"J' dele- ai-ns) and ...... CaIIIepe C.... O. M .double cylinder. and 30 h. p. in
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,.: has been v four cylinder engines.
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make kind of
say trrtagemeat >
A Buy Xeditiu te Buy Feopl t
Brbp QoWsa Health ud Ktaewed vigor. about aa engine aatU

A aoscifo for Indigestion,Lan yoa IM our catalogue.
baa car- aDd Kidney Troubles.Pimple*. Eczema,Impuit
; by call Blood Bad Breath. Shirefeh Bowels, Headache
ia tab Gasoline Co Coldwater Mich.
Md Backache. It'a Rocky Mountain Tea Regal Engine ,
of ,
Secretary made
let; form, 35 centt a box. Genuine by
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't 'r'\\i ,z ..people\rho made the trip"in se.auto fry celtt0TT h t tTh

..*1 .\ ii. s. :Ja' .to-New Smyrna t D retorn'in- 'aday1eTin8UytnrAatlOam.thernn'' ,. etenafcn'.,fh>"m* Homestead 4 r ; th
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FI;*\t .:"!p. p. '- ':.mi.made. 'to. :'.the",,Oneau''.HoneertaNNew: hoodreditad',,.entJ-ll x"'mllea.. Sixty

.. jfi= ,.,'' Smyrna,.in.'an., boar- and.- s bra, "h The diaL fivetUes i of this road bed. .will rest on '
< ., tinge la .b seventeen,Smiles f and;the '
\ natural 'blnd doo, nearly'six mike gipoaeonerete -.
{f;;;: ::: .-:.:." ; ." $ "rodXwhichJia'new one); iiie:found in ;, -'arck, viaducts. ,'the rant''on.

t :t? Vfood''condition:except a enualfl;piece between an embankment thrown op"t by dredge.and .

;: the ten'h'and eleventh mile .p fdI.tfi ,heavily riprapped.:Two miles'.from

',; .". .b re''h recent' heavy''rains .had inundated Homestead the road 'crosses'the Big Prai-

'! '- tS: the roadway and some little delay tie 1to7eri Fish 'Creek crossing ,"this to

., W_ f.2''m,, :experienced here in passing.: The' Key .Largo, wh re.fifteen miles of track t 1

f ,retbrh. trip'in the afternoon was.msde, Ian will .be laid.., 'Between this and Key

hour and R halt about crossed some .
-' Wert thirty keys.are ,
r' .*| We make mention of thia trip.as ,only more ; .
not. than a few hundred, feet. apart.. ; F1o1the1aIw.
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one of that will be made over thetlbove "
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many!. < while between others there are open seas
J'OUte'thille- )D, and' to, about, '$toiht .' from' one to twp, miles wide where' the

$ 'people of TitoavUle that Bach parties the road-will'cross: Where the,water in Q.t .

:\ 'woold come also J to our'town from. ,Daytona these openings is shallow and proteCtedby t

." if the little intervening of road .
space
;; ,, the'outlying reels, embaokmenta'.willbe ,
mY :;>, pefwen'Mims and Oak Hill was im- {
; f thrown op and riprapped.These willhsve .. ; 1.(:
'.'. prlved'and made I into/hard t roadfto that j
o .twenty.flve-foot openings, 'permitting :J-;:" .
'J theautoflicould -paw>wiL Autos t ,can '. : .." J .
the passage of small craft. Where r... ..- 1<
- ran fipm Ormond to Oak Hih\ a distance wider, channels are. crossed;, drawbridges. .- f "' "e:" "

-t : a of some U [t1. wo mile ,:Tberdistance will ,be constructed' thai larger vessels .

from Mim to ,Oak Rill is only twelve. may go to' and fro: There are three ( :r.': :" i < ,, e. F. .

miles, and it certainly seems that if Bwv- channels requiring bridges. ". ': '" '"

4 ard will only take op the work of continuing ,
: .
There are, four of Jhe open seas, the f' j.

} ,the present.good.road to Mime as_far longest' between Long !Key and Conch t v'- .

g : as the county line, that Volusia will be Key, will,require a viaduct ten thousand ,: ,

found ready ,make the short connecting five hundred feet, or'.nearly two milesin ,.""." -,

6 link from Oak Hill to meet oa. length. The one crossing Knight's ,} kI :-0' f.

We offer it-as,a wggestion that our Key Channel will be seven thousand I ;yV'. .t.,

honorable board of county commiaeioners three hundred feet: and the owe across :' ? .
r. .u appoint a committee to" confer with'the Channel .. ,; ''L
Moeer Key, l five hundred feet .., '
oommiaaionera of Volnsia,'to secure their longer.

ycooperation in ..extending; their line of Babia Honda Key Channel the,shortest tC."

}' good road to the dividing line, and that will probably be the most difficult to i
.. when'such cooperation is assured that a
CI' 88., It is four thousand nine hundred .
; 1 petition for the'levying of" ,a special tax and fifty feet wide where the viaduct will -

to build this road be circulated in this be constructed, but the outlying reef is

;i road district, and we believe the tax pay broken by a wide, deep approach channel

:- era will be willing to sign the same in or from the ocean with water from eighteento
der to perfect thia great highway to. the twenty-eight feet deep. Peruna is recommended by fifty members of

north, placing oa in close,touch with the The standard form of constructing these Congress by Governors Consuls Generals

., :most thriving city on the east coast between four concrete arch, viaducts is fifty feet ,

Stv Augustine and Miami reinforced arch and Admirals Eminent
concrete spans piers Majors, Captains, Physicians, .
h varying at places to sixty feet. In orderto
: The'Jaaper New. ia one of the few Clergymen Hospitals' and public institutions
-
s prevent their swaying out of line when many
newspapers in the state that remains un.
the water)ts disturbed by heavy storms,
i .. reconciled to the decision of the supreme the piers, will anchored. to the bottomby and thousands upon thousands of those in

} court in the Buckman law case, but, unlike piles driven into the rock and carried
the humbler walks of life.
Lake U does
z its City contemporaries,
np to within two feet of the spring of the ,
threaten renewed efforta at obstructive .
f not arches Abutment 'piers will bemused, I
litigation merely contenting itself with at fifth arch. The arches are reinforced - __ _
every : : TAsk :: ::
darksome hints of a.n'appeal to the bal with circumferential square corrugated ; _


c: 4'< before lot box.the It people is highly of the probable state ,can that be long induced and with bars transverse, near the bars outside tied together surface your druggist for a Free Peruna Almanac for 1906The

to the Buckman law
as a
accept with half.inch round radial bars. Earth

,.', '. political issue .all opposition to it will filling will be put between the spandrel report of the U. S. land office Switzerland is the paradise of women

", have completely disappeared. walls, and the ballast on top of it above lit Gainesville for the last Quarter of students at universities so far
'
E' the level of the concrete coping. This 1905 shows 318 homestead entrias, as Europe is concerned There are CIGAI :
: Health Commissioner i Darlington ofF
., : brings the base of the rail thirty-one feet 25,748.27 acres; 106 final homestead at present about 5,000 of them, making
!I found the
( New York says he has "germ"of
above the mean water level. 23.7 per cent of the total numberof
entries, 12,267.21 acres 71 commuted T.
suicide.. It is this: "Idleness, depres ;
The roadbed is now ready for ties some students.
i; k. sion'-foUows alcoholism, disappointmentin homesteads, 8,856.89 acres; 45 timber
.
distance south of Homestead. Much of .
love, and inability to keep social pace and stone land entries 5,956.85 acres;
the grading on Key Largo is completed, =
11f L: with friends." Idleness and sin, he 28 M. B .L. warrant locations, 3,475.98 r ]
grading is in progress on the;;:other keys
says, are the greatest causes of self des acres; 101 excess cash entries, 125.43 Mr. Stewart of Melbourne Ct. 1I
our
and dredges at work between them.. The ,
traction. The preventive In- rays, are acres; three swamp Ind. selections,
work ia being pushed as rapidly as possi- office,is creating our
hard work, individual righteousness, 117.38 acres; three school Ind. selections
ble and the first of May will see the road
Furniture
j sane living, temperances, and more hard bed 279.93 acres; one public sale I Department to 1
resting natural foundation
on a completed
v ,. work. An4 Dr.: Darlington is doubtless s 62,19 acres. meet thegenuine wants of
} and the laborers now employedon
correct 411 all of his conclusions. it the people, and he now

Moet discharged.of the work constructing the viaducts The Diamond Cure claims to have the most YOU WILL EXJOY

', '_' We are informed that Hon: W. J. The latest news from Paris, is, t!..it any of our popular brands of cigars. We
will be done and for line of House Furnishings 'I
'c::, Tucker. of Fort Pierce, will be a candidate by machinery, they have discovered a diamond cure for I complete receive them fresh from the manufacturers -
1W: for governor of Florida at the next the purpose the following equipment has consumption. If yon fear consumptionor ever sun on the and that's why

"_' gubernatorial election. Ho is regarded been provided: Eight barges, forty byseventy pneumonia it will, however, be best THEY RETAIN THEIR FINE FLAVORand
for you to take that great remedy men-
feet with mixers and
,, as a man fitted for tbepoeition and as he concrete tioned by W. T. McGee, of Vanleer, river.Our are uniform in quality. Our cheap
, :' is a veteran of both the Seminole and hoists; an earth dredge for filling the con Tenn. "I had a congh, for fourteen ltd prices are right and cigars smoke better than most expensive

t F- Civil wars his loyalty to the people of crete viaducts; eight i pile drivers; a rand years. Nothing helped me, until I took II we take all kinds of pleasure ones from bought selected elsewhere. Well made cigars -
tobacco well cared
! will him steadfast follow dredge; eight towing launches; more than Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption -
Florida makes
give a in them.
i quoting I an exquisite smoke. We have
Coughs and Colds which instant
; ; gave -
1
fifty barges; six tugs a stero.wheelsteam. that kind.
l: ,; : jug from many sections of the peninsular relief and effected
a permanentcure.
);f, state. er; a dispatch boat; four quarter boats, ." Unequalled quick cure, for You have heard of Angle RED CROSS PHARMACY,

:. .. and about one hundred dinghys.Mr. throat and lung troubles. At the Red Lamps? Some people call TITUSVILLE.

; ; The Louisiana supreme ,court has decided ..J. C. Meredith'constructingengi Cross Pharmacy; price 50c and $1.00, I them I
.. Angel Lamps. Writeus
e in that is in of the construction. It guaranteed. Trial bottle free.
that if a' newspaper state neer, charge LA
l' POSADA
and will tell the l
praises the work of a doctor, ,the doctor is thought the work will be completed in we you
The president and faculty of JohnB.
I';.: may recover damages/ from the parr on about three years. The estimated cost is joke on Mr. Rockefeller I A Pleasant Family Hotel
.
Stetson University have
the ,ground that it liltS advertised him between: $10,000,000 and 12,000,000.. generous- St. Augustine Florida
? ,'. and thus put him into the category of Iy'offered to all Florida teachers free FEE & STEWART CO. ,
? Convenient
_': quacks. It would, of course, bu contempt Pensacola's Board of Bond Trustees tuition free room rent and a discount and to all points to Union of interest Depot

r:_' of court to call the deriion stupid will soon' advertise a first issue ot cff the regular rate for meals during Melbourne and Fort Pierce
Beautifully Located ud UlUiTur
$300,000 of authorized improvement the spring term to enable them to j Cpu
: \ The best and the fastest au O racing ,- RATES:
{ prepare for the approaching exami
bonds of $1.000 each, payable in thirty
,'. care will be at the Ormond-Daytona races nations $1.50 and $2.00 day
per
years and leaving four and onehalfper
:f. f.'., the last of this month. There are 22 individual EAST COAST MEAT MARKET Special rates to families
: :- entries and the; total number of cent' interest, payable semianroally Bent Her Double and permanent guesta...
r at the office of the United G. F. DUBFX.dgeat,
1 I,:' entries for all events is 1-15 "I knew no one, for four weeks, when Mrs. C. Gould, ProprietressJ.
v States Mortgage and Trust Company,
,; I was sick with typhoid and kidney
I Major-General Francis P.' Fleming New York. trouble," writes, Mrs. Annie Hunter of Florida and L.
Pittsburg, Pa., "and when I better MOBLEY
',.. commanding the Florida, Division U. got ,
although I had one of the best doctors I
f '--' C. V., has Issued a general order announcing .Surprise PartyA could get, I was bent double, and had to WesternHeats TITUSVILLE, FLA.,

the appointment of CoL pleasant surprise party may be given rest my hands on my knees when I Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kal-

'ji'. Robert J. ,Maget u djutant.general to your stomach and liver, by taking apedicine walked. From this terrible affliction I aomining, Staining, Finishing and Paper
: : which will relieve their pain was rescued by Electric Bitters, which Hanging, at the most reasonable price
...: z and chief of staff and'. highly complimenting and discomfort, viz: Dr. King's, New Life restored my health and strength, and consistent with good workmanship.

': the ,long.sand' valuable services Pills. They are a most wonderful remedy, now I can walk as straight as ever. Theyare Work anywhere on the East Coast
affording sure relief and care, for, head wonderful" Guaranteed to cure of all Kinds.
of CoL Fred. L.s Robertson in
r : r "' ache, dizziness and constipation. 25cat stomach, liver and kidney disorders; at Speciall'lOlicited. Let me know what
,
h.' that important- office:: "' Red Cross Pharmacy. Red Cross Pharmacy; price 50 cents. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. you Prompt want attention and get given my to estimate all work.on it.

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!; 1iii-. Pectoral v r 'couiis, colds, ,t '.TO'SUIT THETHB& manyyoung for' emoving' James W_,,JPer- p _

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'P'M -- '' .. .,. hidcol. 4 from the' of County
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of real printLpally
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:x-l i"J' f. -t <"" >i."h"l"' doctor:tp- j .", _,.r" 1<- 'orange groves And much,more t
,....-.,$\! .., "Y :6'-.6'.II: '.Hd1r/JD"w6i.d'_ : ,.......'", some to do the Senate :
;;{ ."" ,- .-' '. P" ." ...... Pf itiCi mist this the DCXtti will .to.b explaining : ,
land be devoted
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'J-<->"""' '1_:aF}; '' ''! ;'l._ 1f't.- .*sr aek ykbavei. hard coin Th,Home kef. a very-wJi gotten
Orlando; ly Rerjbrter':' hasrtx.1,1jM : ; ""4e'a -:- ':: .f' eT The DeLand Supplement says the
Jt .. t } up ;devoted to,the Florida
{ :t : ; ; : SPLENDID RESOURCES paper Tart '
"HS l tiPt '-fm*._..*, ...-r that Testldadofatats.oaIalr Verdict In the trial of C.
recent W
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dosOVee u1 Coast and published Miami
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'!'*i ,..CI., .i. = ;>f : ; '* Cannons in,Volusia.county for alleged f FJ
1.r.-W- )i.j.- Jli&laika of celery gives the following: summary of -
'>; :? ::"- -'''''' .i''''. ,. -; M; ,. ', 2 & large acreage :
?;i-t .Y' Tampa. has!a,.'.new .'(-Q uady.pliper. 1lMe,..... .....6.O'. -DI........,itafr. .. and .potatoes is being planted. South conditions'and crops 'all along the election frauds was a practical vlndK..
: i.ilie'!|Globe;: ...:deroted:; ".to' : ; ;; : :: :1. J' .r.'T",-" ,f election frauds was a practical =
s ..I'; ::;"R; "';.f .>. k. ..,..,,-r. r"" .. laborlintai"' : >, a } : allKtNi1J.1..... : of: Miami, on the Florida East Coastline East Coast of Florida: :; jlndi- s' !'-
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i s t ": "'f; \f"''' S: ; ... .... early vegetables, including to- "The :northern, section, of the East >i.Jf

s E & ..::;Tort; Pierce sb improvement' ..bond. <;', .''"wiimUwi.Vs ntW" : naives beans, eggplant.and peppers. Coast coaprtses the counties ot.Du- office for prosecuting the case _

,."t. '?, ; 'rliue'b. i?parchtsei. ." at par. 'by" J:W.i' .. r-,*........ t6&11..n.mw- ae 'being extensively cultivated. This val, St .Johns Putnam Volusia and which he had thoroughly investigatedand .
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"' r H-.a I' '" "'" Is what Is called thehomeetead BrevarcC The southern section
co us.- comprises
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'f.j'ff.'t::' : '' eIq.(D*T1. ,J1ul;.: a yenarablda ceubto and entjf( try- St. Lucie county and Dade prosecute, though was removed _'
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.:1tt.' i''Ueii'W..tK 'last ei-1' no J. S. Frederick; of Orange Ridge county. This coast, embracing the from office and a new county solicitor "
."';.'r,, '. *. ... ... _. an.. _. w C" .'JiinAlei; hselrputthe"sovernor rp| a appointed and an, assistant
r: the. :advanced age:of 108. years **'-' t. has a young grapefruit grove that attracts counties named covers; a distance.of
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F \ bad plight's sent from Jacksonville to help prose-
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'. much, attention. Vegetable nearly 500 miles. As one goes south
%: :The approaching; local option electionf {
in"' GovernorBroward has issued an crops along the .Florida East,'Coast and reaches St Lucie county he enters cute the case as well as a Judge imported -
Ogceola;county ia reported as '
I 4 -noVyet ittumuch'Interest. eloquent proclamation announcing an line. are said to be looking very fine the tropics, where.. frultl and'Y81 from Jacksonville to try the ,
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: International and Isthmian a Expositi at this time as a rule. : etables are similar to that of.Cuba.' case, and they had. abont everything i

.f.i'.F' -Prineess, :- -;- ,Alice":" ,- Roosevelt. .and' .her. on, to be held at. .Tampa in.'1908, .and At Hypoloxo, Jesse Daugherty andL. -_. ,- they asked for in the way. of evidence
dlstingulsned'bridegrooni are ,to v tFlorida' -- j : after a week's trial the State,
c inviting'1 ihe, co operatioa''of other Tedder, experienced orchard growers Thla Week's Weather.

.on":' ,their' wedding:: .journey. States.: &* ,from Volusia, have Just put'out a The following is the weekly weather failed to get a verdict, "We understand ;

sz ,The... trial.'*'of'Sam. and Hop Wilder From 'Fernandinarcomes the news large number of orange and grapefruit report issued: by the Florida Section ," says:the Supplement; "that it

for the murder.of Oscar Brannin will trees. V is the intention of the State to con
r Of the. change;of-ownership and contemplated : at Jacksonville:
'begin. at Tampa ,February 19.., enlargement of Center Wofford Bros., of Hallendale are The week was alternately warm time' the prosecution of the case 'but
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1L- v1.i ounty*< ,convicts have ,been street,jJock' ; the incorporation oi1 a'tan shipping early tomatoes to northern and cold closing slightly colder than it is an outrage that Volusia county = t
should be to this ex .
-4A -_ leased 'to S.:A. Rawls, of Orlando aJnal company,and the improvement markets. the normal. There was frost 'over all put unnecessary ,

,r for $20%0 each per month. x of the ,property of the hotel com L. Gordon of Biscayne is makingshipments districts except the southern and pense. \

The second f, 4rial of Mrs. Helen :' pany. 4Leesburg's of early vegetables. freezing conditions prevaled southward Four Death Warrants Issued

g :- : Wilmans. Post, will begin in the, Fed. bond election last week A Titusville which'sold grQve'prOduced oranges to 'Marion county. No damage Gov. Broward has Issued death warrants #
this
for 2700. Thegrove
erai court,at' Jacksonville Jan. 22. .esulted; in a large majority 'in favolyf year resulted to any crop. There was for four murderers all to be executed -
consisted of less than
the Issue of, $8,000 in bonds eighteenacres. much cloudiness with a great deal ofrain on the ninth day of February
r A Florida midshipman P. _Bit_Mar forpublic It is owned,by T L. Brady.

la. is: now ,on trial 'at tnprovementsaalcanals- '* from In the,vicinity of White City truck over western central and southern 1906. They are Howard Sanford, a t
districts.
Annapolis Lake and Lake Work was retarded very. white man.convlctedinWakulla coun.
Harris Griffin
Olr' to the
the charge'of hazing.
,
.. era have found it wise to diversify
Lakeiand food center of ,that :town ,are to- be. con.strutted generally through central counties' ty at the fall term of the Circuit
will !
a dIaaatrous'fre on' and this year crops include beans, Low lands
I were too wet to be worked,
at first
in the
once. Court, of murder degree
Tuesday. ; consuming the store of L.' peppers, eggplant, sweet and Irish po and
some damage was done to
rm'a.' W. Cowdary' and'yera other"buiwings. A smooth swindler going under the tatoes. etables. Orange shipments vega and sentenced to be hanged. Noble

." } name of S. T. Kirkland buncoed W. Near Boca Ratone is a Japanese were : Collins, convicted the fall term of

-* Jfe Awf-j. : C,, G"a1ULer. a Tampa merchant out colony which last ,year cleared up much delayed, work being suspended the Circuit Court of Lake county,and
: '
.
-.. Gadsden. ilouuty- fatrners' have con.tra of '$60"by presenting 'a ;worthless; $3,000 on.tomatoes. A largei acreage for several days. Some 1ctions're sentenced to be hanged for the mur-
..
tod their tobacco for 1906at port that final
crops shipments have been
; : find ; fall term of the Circuit Court St. yP
check, ; .. afterwards .used the ',$60 will be cultivated Jhil season. of
{ yrleee raoging!from i$ to 55 cents made. The previous '
I dry weather waa '
"pe"i rponcd..v. "' 4r i check in 'p yment 'for ia', $17'suit',of Sixty acres will be planted to potatoes Johns county for the murder of Alice
v vary favorable for
citrus
shipping
p clothes., pocketing the balance of $43. at Hastings by Mr. Durkee. Jackson; Robt. Fard, convicted at thi
jJ 1.ifllIostomce fruits 'and much
The, reports the was accomplished in fall term of the Circuit
The Court" Nas-
*, ;:i Sheriff :Wiggins of Polk county, in Hastings potato acreage will be

'. ,Christmas business';0 through.' the .mails. on open letter declares that the prin- fully as large as last season and some that line. Farmers continue to plant sau county, for the murder of Gussie

last week the largest:, in' the history oats and rye; previous plantings are Williams. AU the convicted
,. people claim it will be increased con- of men
'
4E" cipal reason why he fails to secure well.
doing
A -4.' % of the' city...' the punishemnt of those charged with siderably. There will be a great increase some Syrup making continuesin are negroes except Howard Sanford.Palatka.s .

;; Work on the University buildingsat in the cabbage crop at that counties. Shipments of veg-
running "blind tigers" is that citizens i ,etables are light famous Putnam House
Gainesville will begin point this Hastings land is :
soon, and ; season.
rush to their assistance giving bonds will January 10th::
Will be the said to be unusually well for open
to adapted
; ; completed according and providing counsel for their de. Principal Seasons.

,contracts,by, September, 1st1he fense. It is so in other "dry" coun- this crop.
;' ; "Citrus fruits (
The St. Record oranges, grapefruit,
Augustine says.that
: bogus check man one of them ties. kumquats) October ,
to
: while the smaller planters at Hastings May. Vegetables -
shuck Tampa 'the other day ant T of the of the principal I I
u. report city treasurer will devote most of their attention to money crops being EveryTwo

: hypnotlred merchant out of quite a Jacksonville shows that the financesof other crops, the Irish potato acreage Irish potatoes cabbage, cucumbers
neat sum. Look out for him!, beans lettuce
etc.
the Fall
metropolis Florida are In a there will show a good increase over crops plantedn

'Hon. S, J. ,Hilburn of Palatka has very healthy condition. The total receipts last season. August and September and market. Minutes

: been appointed: division' counsel for for .1905 were 937058.52 and Alex Hallstrom, at one time gard- ed In November: and December; the

.the main llne of the Georgia Southern : expenditures $88,671.81, leaving a ener for James J. Hill the Minneapolis big spring crop planted in Januaryand f

and'Florida Railway in Florida. balance .on hand January 1st of $68- railroad magnate, has a hundred February and marketed in April Physicians tell us that all

To' accommodate the great increaseIn 379.71. Every item of receipt and ex- acres at Viking, in Saint Lucie county, and May. After the spring vegetable the blood l in a healthy

business the terminal docks of the penditure is clearly set forth. Evidently which he is setting out in pineapples crop comes corn, oats hay, sweet potatoes human body passes throughthe

Res Florida East Coast.Railway,at Miami there are no grafters in the: and oranges. Other northern people sugar cane etc. The summer heart once in every two

will be extended three, hundred feet Jacksonville administration who have recently settled .here are fruits consist of plums, grapes, per minutes. If this action becomes -

" Yeti'' ,The Clearwater.:Press gave its readers Among the recent entries for the Or Major Daniels, who has a large field during simmons June, melons July and are to be had : irregular the whole
August
and
i a novel New:Yea: greeting in the mond-Daytona races is an Italian au of bearing pineapples, also oranges.A. tember. Strawberries do well and Sep body sutfers. Poor health
af tomobile that is calculated Erichsen, Chas. Gibbons Joseph are
of a neat 4-page souvenir print to arouse
shape usually found in the follows blood Scott'sEmulsion
market by March
poor ;
Edwards and J. Helseth all have
of its regularedition. unusual interest in the American automobile or-
ed.: In bronze in place from the gardens of these counties. makes the blood
ange groves.
world. The
car is well
.
: ranks of the known, abroad, having won many C. T. McCarty has been shipping pasturage Stock raising is very profitable, the pure. One reason why
Marianna.yJoinsthe being free
at the
road raeel'and hill climbing contestsIn oranges, grapefruit and tangerinesfrom present
towns with an
enterprising Florida, time.
si;. Europe. One of the successes Viking.St .
-of"$25,000 In. bonds for an electric SCOTT'SEMULSION
issue achieved by the Zust was in this Paul business men have organized Biahop Gray and the
..light plant 'and other public im Seminoles
the Minnesota
- year's hill climbing contest from Cooperative Plan

c.: provements.The Milan to Florence, when Robert tation Co., which owns 320 acres near Rev.Bishop Gibbs William Crane Gray and

academic building of the State Zust the manufacturer, driving a 40- Viking. They are already at work the returned from a visit to

Normal and Industrial school for 50 horsepower car against twe tY.foUl setting out trees and eventually expect bishop Big is Cypress greatly interested yesterday. The is such a great aid is becauseit

at' Tallahassee, was burned to have a pineapple grove of In the
negroes competitors, finished alone. work of civilizing and passes so quickly into
Christianizingthe
p last week, causing a loss estimated more than a hundred acres. They will the
Floweree few days blood. It is digested
Mr.
D. A. G. a Seminoles, and had prepared to partly -
at $50,000. devote twenty to thirty acres to or
ago refused a spot cash offer of Live the Indians a big barbecue of before it enters the

r- Assistant State Auditor Sadler reports 15.000[ for the crop of grapefruit on anges. The concern IsmiUlaged' at beef and pork for a Christmas dinner stomach ; a double advan-

' = % : :, as the,result,of an examination i his grove above Alva. The offer was Viking by Chas. Van Duze at the home of the missionary, W. J. I in this. Less work
I The Fort Pierce News there tage
> '-T : of the Volusia! county: offices and made by Mr. E. A. Thomas, the well says G<>dden. in the Big Cypress, as a for the
are several hundred acres of good stomach quicker
in excellent ; ,
records that everything was known orange buyer of Arcadia. A means of gaining their friendship and
pineapple -and land between and direct
orange more benefits.To
r E shape;; > trade was closed. however whereby confidence. The bishop was. however .
Sebastian and Saint Lucie as yet un-
': r The Jupiter weather bureau reports Mr. Floweree gets a fine price for the disappointed, as not an Indian showedup. get the greatest amountof
: cultivated.One .
tie unprecedented rainfall for De- fruit by the box. The crop is estimated of the leading It seems that they were scaredoff good with the least possible -
pineanole sections -
cember of 15.18, Inches.% The freshwater anywhere from 5,000 to 8,000 is located south of Fort Pierce. by the old gag that government effort is the desire of

Jakes and rivers in Dade county oxes. This grove is four years oil officials wanted t &em. It U unfortunate everyone in health. 1
This country has become vary thickly poor
are very: 'h gJ and this is likely the first' time that settled of recent years, principally by that these innocent people will Scott's Emulsion does just

Commission $15,000 has ever: been refused for the never learn who their real friends
Railroad
The State northern: people.An I. that. A change for the
this crop on a grove as young as this.- are.-Fort Myers Press.
held a special meeting in Orlando Fort Myers Press. exceptionally heavy crop of oranges better takes place even before -

'week to consider complaints against and grapefruit was raised this itWe
The State Teachers' Association at you expect
the ..Atlantic Coast Line concerning Rev. Carlisle.P.B. Martin, L L: D. year at Orange Ridge, near Miami by
connections and schedules.Governor McDonald & Riley. its recent annual mating chose the will send you a
Of Waverly, Texas, writes: "Of a morn. following officers for the ensuing ample free.
Broward has carefully investigated ing when first arising, I often find a A'succeaatuI vegetable and fruit Be that this
sun
3' the charges made against troublesome collection of phlegm which .grower at Hypoloxo, who is much encouraged year: A. M. C. Russell, of Brooks- picture in the form of

rodaces a rough and is very hard to dis-: by recent crops Is A. w. ville, President; Miss Rowena Long- a label ii on the
r Sheriff Jackson, of Hillsborough county lodge; but a small quantity of Ballard's wnp-
Garnett mire of Bartow, Vice-President; J. per of every bonk of ,
and 'has ;dismissed the same., as Horehound Syrup,,;will It once dislodge Emukion
buy. i
G. Kellum of Tallahassee you
In Dade Secretary;
entirely unsupported the evidence. it, and the 'roubkiis over I know of no county, particularly the
; by medicine that ia equal to it, and it is so southern portion, there will be a very R. L. Turner, of Inverness, Treasurer. SCOTT & BowNEChem

.r The West Palm Beach Tropical tlearant to take. lean most cordially large crop of early tomatoes. Some Executive committee. Miss Rushford, 1 lCa
recommend it to all'persons needing Pearl St. N. Y. t
a the removal of a 409 ,
Sun; commenting upon medicine for throat or' lung .trouble. shipments are already going forward. of Jacksonville; W. W. Hall Miami;

County Solicitor, Perkins, of Vdusla SaM by Red Croat Pharmacy and Eau Early eggplant is also extensively J. A. Ormond, Marianna; Miss Miller, }OC AU lallad CBuIlll ii.oo10' i _

county, remarks that "it looks like Gallie Pharmacy, Eau Gallic, Fla. raised there. Orlando.

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( _ed-to= the' I completely clrfeumnafifate-
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"- }l #! J tie on the subject of woman suffrage.lad Address. GERMAN.KAU WORKS. 1
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among the warmest supporters of -UK8e.Bl ed84t *t,
'11 1 this ante.he..mill.workers,at 8t,IV >:the' globe ucrthof .. : ..... '
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are peasant
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t thoroughfares wereVconstantry fguard ot ,his thirty tions. .
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1. ed by the troops.. The forty-seven -
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_. ,. members,of,the'rerolutionary,committee J from CbristJ.auia. Cfcar,Nicholas thinks he can save the

r:;< '"f;. were surrounded.and,captured" vby Norway situation by building an Immense navy A TRT trrE PA'Vr.A..Y.

:1 ,/, ,:. ;.. 'L' the troops,'and thus rite detailed:plans bare already sf steel clad warships. What is wanted

1 r {:, '\'. for the:revolt and large quantities.of been forwarded Is,steel hearted men behind 'the guns \ -FOR-:.

'r .g.?f ;.:tC .. arma goTcmment.and.bombs..*were' .secured, by theE by, wire. ,HisyeaseUtbeQJoa, with a country. worth, fighting and dyeing : Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines, :


,:,; ;;. ,' One report of the'Moscow rebel forfmation .is a, forty ton' for. Richmond, Washington: Baltimore -.- t

,'. ft,. ran'' thus; "The revolutionists : stoop ieight
'ft .
Amundaeiu The Boer
Captata, : row' Of families coming'iDto this Philadelphia New York
i T' ate ,dividediin three(' The ; ,
men:' For 'perlod two country from Mexico will fall into
! first consisting at 800 men armed with a of nearly years
.t ljr ,rifles
iJi .: Moscow and Pero o, using the railroad reached Herschel island where' several immigrants of some other nationalities.

', American whalers Were Icebound.From' Moreover, they will here and add
-ff which.it contrpiLArtillery and: cavalry with stay SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAID.
;. : are being'employed against this. this point, one of thewbaler' to the national wealth and stability Instead ,

: 7 ": : ... force. The second 'army' is 'armed captains. 'Amundsen went by ,of going home when they have .
.' ', bombs and. revolvers sledge over(the divide to Eagle City, .
i. especially with amassed enough to live in idleness. MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
;, df -,<' and is composed of 1,00O'personi. in where they,arrived Dec.. 5. f
i 'who display Two Tailed Comet Observed..
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whose ranks are many women
Strikes
that
count for much In Russia ONLY LXNE ,
. >;.-. not only bravery but ferocity. Professor Perdval Lowell sent word confined J ;..
seem to be to the workingmen -
f ;t:;:: ;. This force .is operating hi the region from Flagstaff, Arir, that, a eeondcomet' Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Oreaiti
of cities. The late
large M.
j ..,: : between the, Sadovla district and the had been found on the photograph -

1 i1i. Hebrew'market, has many' barricades plates made Nov.'29 and that it Plehve said that about 40,000 men all For full information and sleeper- reservations call on any Seaboard agent: or

i t :t : :to prevent the passage of troops, is had two tails one extending north and told give the'rulers all the trouble. If.. write to -I

operating in small groups and is attacking the other northwest. the discontent extends to the millionsof i
;
'i' i'r A. MACDONELL, S. C. BOYL3TON. Jr.,
\( c _' patrols., When pressed these Martian Ahead of Us.Camille.Flammarlon. peasants there will be another storyto Asst.General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent.

.; -lJ. '.,' revolutionists disappear into alleys and the French'astraoomer telL JACKSONVILLE
1 'l: houses.;' Artillery cavalry and Infantry says that the inhabitants of

t .!: .'J;!' ..are'uae4 against :this body. The third' Mars are much more highly developedthan It will be'rather cruel for Uncle Samto
i ; ; -and 'arm is operating In the
largest
those of this earth. According to cut the people of Saato Domingo off
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I ,." -region between the Brest railroad staff his view the Martians are a much older from their sole source of amusementby
.tion and the Triumphal gate. It also ;
OF SEA ROUTES
race than the Inhabitants of the earth
stopping their supply! of shooting QUEEN
f!i .:J".". ::lias guerrilla many tactics.barricades. and is engaged in representing what the latter will be Irons and powder.

several billion years hence. Belief in ,
A new electoral law was gazetted by
their 'great intellectual superiority
the goy 'nment.extendlng the suffrage. strengthens yearly with constantly Increasing i' Now that the south has adopted President

f 4 .to the cities so as to mate. it almost Roosevelt how,can he escape being -

-' ., The voting list is to include observations.predsenesa, on'. astronomical* :. a "colonel" the rest of his days and Merchants &: Miners Trans Go's t

of real estate who
every-owner pays acting up to the part?
Light on Lake Outlet V
taxes, aU persons paying a lodging tax

and to those In the government service A. T. Angell, a British explorer in An agreeable movement of the bowels STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN i

Including railroad imea.Revelt .- East Africa while engaged in the survey .without any unpleasant effect is pro-

, to Santo Domingo. of Lake Naivasha has'found the duced by Chamberlain's: Stomach and
hitherto unknown outlet of this freshwater Liver Tablets. For sale by Red Cross -
Word came from the capital of Santo 3 3SAYAIIIIAIIBALTIMORE
body emptying into a subterra- Pharmacy.The
} : Domingo that on Christmas day President -
nean river. The lake is 100 miles east & PHILADELPHIA
' T' Morales bad left the city for a
of Lake Victoria Nyanza and at an alti- origin of the phrase "easy money" -

destination.unknown owing tb an uprising tude of 6,000 feet. This conmms thetheol'1 Is revealed by the Insurance ex _
; organised by powerful opponents. 1i...
utilized by Rider Haggard as an One
Later, It became known that incident in his story of "Allan Quater- posures. company loaned moneyto Direct Connections for t I
Morale had broken with' his. cabinet main. favorites at 1% per cent and as

and with Vice President Cacerea formerly savings banks hare long been paying
New York and Boston
?' t' a partisan of General Jiminez. Pleasant and most Effective 3u and 4 per cent the favored ones Washington, ;

The effect of this uprising on the controversy could pick up money without risk or ,
. between President Roosevelt T. J.Chambers, Ed. Vindicator Liberty trouble.If .
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. s : and the senate over the Domingan Texas, writes Dec. 25th, 1902: Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations > f
"With and unsolicited
pleasure by .
you
treaty; was watched with great interestat .I bear testimony to>> the curative power the stories of recent coal discov- and cuisine unsurpassed*

Washington, and it was understood of Ballard's Horehound Syrup. I have eries in Alaska prove true that territory
t y that the Democrats, with the aid of SEND FOR BOOKLET.H. )
used it in my family and can cheerfully may be found to have somethingmore
some Republicans would oppose the firm it is the .most effective and beat valuable than her deposits of \i y.
president's plan remedy for coughs and colds I have ever
C. AVERT Coni'l Agent Jackson?Hie.
used." Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy and gold. t
1 King Alfonso's EngagtmtntThe
engagement of King Alfonso of EauGallie Pharmacy EauGallie, Fla. Cured His Mother of Rheumatism"My J. C. WIUTIEY, 24V. P. b T.IL, V.P. TURRER,, 0. P.A., ;

Spain to the Princess Eaa of. Batten- mother has been a sufferer for GENERAL OFFICES BLDIOIEu. ;

:: berg,only daugh Interest in the Socialist and labor many years from rheumatism," says W. .

ter of Princess movement will be stimulated by the H. Howard, of Husband, Pennsylvania
a Henry and niece "At times she was unable to move at
: of King Edward establishment of a school of socialismin all, while at all times walking was pain s
the United States as provided in the
ful. 1 presented her with a bottle of
of England, has
-: will of an American woman, recently. Chamberlain's: Pain Balm and after a few
JH been officiallyannounced made public.# It is expected that the applications she decided it was the most!
it';, the wonderful pain reliever she had ever .
school will enlist the
-t. I bride having consented co-operation of tried in fact, she is never without it now
to enter prominent leaders and teachers in the and is at all times able to walk. An occasional

the Catholic Socialist movement in Europe.A application of Pain Balm kwpa

church.. Already away the pain that she was formerly! ;
-, troubled with. For sale by Red Cross
.. great prepara department of Instruction In military -

{ boas are being hygiene has been established at Pharmacy. ,

made for the West Point, and. the lessons of the For Over Sixty Tear

coming wedding Japanese surgical and medical achievements Mrs Winslows' Soothing Syrup has

at Madrid. It Is will be made to serve Uncle been used for over sixty years by millionsof Take-Down Repeating Shotguns e
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Princess Eaa. ajd. that the Sam's soldiers In the mothers for their children while teething
future.If The notion that one must pay from fifty dollars upwards in order to get
I; public fountain will run with wine. with perfect success. It soothes the
a good shotgun has been pretty effectively dispelled since the advent of
It child, softens the gum, allays all pain,
;. Premier Bannerman's Programme. America peopled the world as cures wind colic, and is the best remedy the Winchester Repeating Shotgun. These guns arc sold within reach

I:<" Sir Henry Campbell-Bttinerman, the some scientists believe, then she is for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor I of almost everybody's purse. They are safe, strong reliable and handI /.

't :; new Liberal premier of Great Britain, simply getting back her own in the little sufferer immediately: Sold by dnigeista When it comes to shooting qualities no gun made beats them. They
; ." has announced that the pivotal issue of hordes of emigrants that in every part of the world. Twentyfive -
annuallycome I made in and ifi Step into a store and examine
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are gun one.
gauge.
> the coming campaign will be the maintenance cents a bottle. Be awe and ask for
over from every land and of I FREE: Sued cams and tddrttt o. A postal card for w Large fUutoiUA utalofu.
E of free trade. He that "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, and
L
says
every nation. take no other kind. WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO.. NEW HAVEN, CONN.
<' f there will be no change In the foreign I

policy and that in regard to home rule
Now that the W fated Iroquois thea-

rt"tendhug'; to the political separation of the ter has changed owners It Is a good KILL THE COUCHAND Do You Want to Know All About the
time
to its
change and
name wipe out
,'. kingdoms. His policy would be based CURE THE
upon the principle 4hat all the domestic the memory of the holocaust which LUNCS

, affairs which concern'the Irish lings to it WITH Dr. EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?

alone ought to be placed in their King'sNew
hands." In India be intimates that he Stomach Troubles and Constipation

will reverse Half OUT'S polktj* by main "Chamberlain's Stomach>> and Liver Especially regarding Fruit GrOVing,Trucking and
Discovery General Farming? If so, subscribe for tbe...........
I, taining'the subordination ot"th. military Tablets are the best thing for stomach
s to the civil authorities.-- In South troubles and constipation I have ever
t Africa he proposes to substitute 'a* raid; savs J. R. Collman a dm wrist of FOR CONSUMPTION OUGHSaod SOc Price.S 1.00 FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKEB.
Pottervilie, Mich. They are easy to take
freely for appointive legis-j LOU
elected an *
Frss Trial.
and always give satisfaction. I tell my PRICE 25 CENTS PER ANNUM.
lature and to stop the. importation of. customers to try them and if cot satisfactory Surest and Quickest Cure for all ISSUED ONCE A MONTH. SAMPLE COPY FREE.

.a coolies. to come back and get their money, THROAT and LUNG TBOUBLSS ADDRESS, .
.' New Japanese Ambassador; but have never had a complaint. For or MONEY BACK.
"1 sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. E. T. BLACKMAN, Editor, MIAMI, FLOBIDA.
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y .. '<' } T.Y'o. 1r.,1Y. ..works have been merged into:one & s akannfar&b.. .
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: -Ji[i_ Jt _tMI f.fl: .: --. good. sogar crep.' i corporation. A new Bame has not been '>\ ft" rly ia kL wwa !&aayel.aply;.usralaposatdg

1d', _. _.\'uw./I1'r. -: : HOW TO WILD A MODEL YACHT '
t adopted bat it Is probable,that the Be-
t.: J,.. ""1IJRt (" fir' iAkh \'Z',T public Iron'and Bteei wmpany's char LTEhgle II skis.a.paaireisfioaofleaolaifdt.odaltatrar s..1a-.1......., : "

Jlf ";;tudkehlohti i &.,envertlble be tent; ri1 coveritiw 'new corporation: -- ?tf-,-* $1.. f '

;'f') ?,tNlk'Yeedan in rt !' ;imt-:ir"!"- ..t.3etiittat"... "-- ; : 15Q000.004waaatf>Itii' Tire::total' ",r:;capita....Miitlnn::1 -* wBl'be$1b0,.' ,In:pungent,editorial paragraph MEAI PRICE. IV,.UMin AHVWMMCBotnd EACH ',:,
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...<. torkboMers of. Aaeri- fa do&-GoU :'
'., '4;f.f. 1 ,, _.";. 'a"r., ...--f".:. I V ** *'* l ,-' *t-7 ; 'John: w Gate 'and a 8. Guthrie'promo8tI looks after the things that inches. lettrSlzeotpse S
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"'kw'" j "".""crMCii' : Y:1 ., N.P.r ftt.. :. ;?: f me ,o, nbbie, -: It" lathe intention' need attention. THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. '
;, :otl of tiM neiw combine to 'coin. '
: enter ,
into
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h '">" }:", .w.U .r U< D ;ot;ithe* ioeopof>> s MU MAT tntcirf New Yeas. U.$,A : ,
r- ,{ ,4 t-\ : : petition with the United, States Steelcorporation '
: | ;;the jreat fndestrial coin: FACINAi2ICLYYAagt t< I
IL "- .' IiUinat1 WARM/BRIGHT, Send total for Cdaiegm* if Bookt ftr .
"' scale ti thenaahifilctueofralh.
ij > on''a large ', .
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,. ;-t *tat Nw\ ; Jan. ;,tgjregating $150. 3
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....,":,:"";, ."-,,(,,,,, .. ',." :'.#': theage: ,: :: banks had' been*' boarding bins has no plate mills, but has a small --.......,.. .
to
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an extent that ,.
I L'flguQS iip rota
: -.QfffI n. strutftnrai steel'plant It!.'also proposed '
A'; ':\ { :> :: K rate on cell money miss to tlic Sun BO YEARS'
'ah t
",w ''- y,4$ to:Increase tiie.capacity .of, the That .
< >.= t<]<-' ua'"merger. ,la: after. bleb It fell again mill is make .... EXPERIENCETHADClflAfcXS I
:" ;I':1"! :,'} steel so to billets and ban ;
.it.. ;.*.. ,.J '. Secretary Shaw .r*.
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:; ."",: ." ".,> = ; .dentood.. to
w":, 1!!.! ,'-:' '.tdrahle..' =, .,to '" any? government" aid.tnB erect "a large cast iron'-pipe 'plant is pay to read this paper you 'lr

",1. \ hi 1-J"se"i" :':! ; A.iIY :l atrlngency.. the south. -' :can read THE SUN too, !
,'.Jt road' :a n di ...k.FaiUTrort J;.
: will aotibea eanpetlttoa.. ate' fbt 'WITHOUT. EXTRA EXPENSE.. ;
: for company,

"..1; ... L<: .subways" anthorlxid.'-. f,.',-. I farUifi bank, and $0 Mt- '1. ; EL1GXOYS I i .

; t '*TbAneif holding company: Is ,to bank! time allied i&- Ask us or,writ us and, ,. DCMONS ,

.t4'.t. *.o.ca J' .tahit" .' J1t' Vw:$200, Memphis,' 'Teni,, hart Mikad'Indorw Shintoitm, Anfeaueai. lnt I snitch. !Corn sad deeoipUoa+alrrs &ma c.yEjMwtajn '

,w& to acquire the stocks of the Uowtn, application for a n1c&IY ou opinion trw wbetser utoproeeWyfcetentaWe
The real of the recent visits
meaning ,
...., IBYtadoD CommoaleAnteata :,
The
c-lW', fot yand the Metropolitan: the tnut company. We ll tell low UOUI&rIc&aboOIIma
j\; tyItwlU'b; .diTde ) takea tuoan jfua Co. noeivtftfirf
f L{common'ahd.. preferred'r: stocks.- ,A the, officers said depot* of Japan to worship at the templeof i Milfli wtthfflrt ff11' r i tbe '

.;. "> lose., Ise, as:now interpreted in the Tokyo
!#.' \ dicnte is to be formed. which will $dtI1L1kJIaerkaLahaadsomeIyUIa

i'h :q<\''4e. !glt .t'the.entrrelr ''The ? Combination.I correspondence of the London Times' rste4 weeilr. 1.erltastelh

'" n i; wafle byj Ifeaiw' ..R ; 1rI. attorney forttneNa-! Ja that the governing.clasaesof. Japan eaIIiI a of aa*1ICieI1UA9 JounIAI. Terms II aletBlesdaaf .
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:*"'t4:'I ; Qit, expresses;,.the_belief i. *',; exchange;;. .annooaceB hate'..again given their official>.indorse, =IlUIllI! Co .New York

j.ff the plea wtU benefit'the ..tockh l U 1i of the National ment to the ancient 'stilnto- belief, .or. : aria SDee: .r It.WuldittOlla D.

'1r .and 'win be advantageous: 'to the' ; and the American ancestor worship, The;emperor went

};... .and the public. Is about perfected. The to report, the termination of the war

J-< &1 'tR'orit'.Year,In Ctmmtnt.'f .: will be, the greatest' with Russia to his first imperial ancestor.
>Cfwes" c of rite Import In the United States.' 'The temple at tie la to the r3VTho

i_ ':\:> ,. ;: d of the United States Farmers' exchange, cap!- Japanese much,what .Mecca. Is to the il
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:. q.e last eslendar;!year Indicate a : 1100,000,000;.operatea :sev Mohammedans.chriatmu .

'i ;' total than,'any:year,on record. The ; elevators, In "Illinois-, ., Iowa, Gifts Forbidden.One .. .

..: ports are certain: ,-exceed:f1, : Minnesota and the of the most sweeping edicts ever

,OOO\and the imports t&exceed: '$1. :.American Farmers' un issued by Mrs. Mary. Baker G. Eddy SPORT ,
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? '000,000 membership- bead of the Church ofxCnrist Scientist

? 't4 ,000 Foes Ntw'Cars tion;, Mexico Nevada, Indian 1n which she practically forbade Christian -
; and AdventureAshore
priced' \ Oklahoma. A new name Scientists all over' the world from
r f All(records (or high '
for the combined assoct-
'' r, wW: : broken: at CincmnatC,0 setting apart Christmas day as one ,and Afloat

fllchardiWitterstsieter sojd 1.C upon which .to give or receive gifts. ttoa seedling the "Aristocrat,"for has caused a mild furor among her *betweea.Actuate ud see Inaccurate Aria with

k oqo,. The purchaser is the Chicago 1 I followers who >number more than ChooM FOOT_d Ttan liDe wUeljp-dbcriaaaaMl of of qwdeacei behind Get ft our STEVENSI tritt udBITLES. ROD AND GUNII

nation assocUtton of JoHet, ill,' 1,000,000.
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PISTOLS' SHOTGUNS
; like rod of the experieiccs oltaclera.
to
takes the entire 'iD; 'The* '4Arlstocrat"! is a cross Copper Strike. in various parts of the worlda .u&JOUIdealerudlDsist Scud tttaanmpake oa or if yon ire interested U country life.ask

k. tween the Tom' iftwsoo",jnd the who'f.-reports, ot a rich find' of new section to one of the church bylaws the S-ravaHS. lfyou" theemi.STSVSNsline.sect. tyre catalog desctiblaaaaaatobtaiw.eahipdt or lour write evsdealer lor tree lor tpeclmra forest cop tad;.Strew or send

'_ quirer." It_w'ajdeep pink In color., _Anaconda'mine at Butte, was read to the congregationson .esfrw.wide. con 1n ,points oa Shandracorcanierg rveDty-live cent for four weekS trial trip.
Focal tad Straus Is a Urge Uluurtted
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price. sag Amaw itloa. Etc.
Dee 24 In which it "
Bosian Sells bands Dlreot: : not, to.have been exag was explicitly weekly lonrnil,which coaoiai the ollowiai
BeauUJiil aue color
Aluminum Hanger mill be fixa -
set. forth that no word of thanks orgreeting departments:
vein is found to be from dtdfc IQ cents It stamps
.city of Boston
Treasurer. Crocker Wine Bu MdGira, N&f1araIFllte".
be sent to the "pastor emeritus J.
carried out hi* plan of ofrertng n fifty feet in width and as STSYBN3 A&1IS AND TOOL co.. Sh sad River fishing. YtchtioJ
as Mrs. Eddy baa styled herself. P.OBos4096CKIC .
PS? ThiS,ori m aTotful* Ceaaoun&Rifle
pal'bonds for sale directly to the 40 per cent of copper In a message also she criticised the Plta FALLS.MASS,U.S.A. red Trap KeaatLV

ple., me''toW\w\ f2.' of J5 per cent. The exchange of presents on Christmas day lead free our ctulogoe or the-best boob
3 cents running from on the main ledge of oa outdoor life and recreation.
% per; u wholly wrong and not in accordance
,:,as thirty.years.! Citizens came in about 1,000 feet' south of with the church teachings.Elijah" Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Absolutely FOREST AND STREAM PUB. CO.

ly add bought lots Vartric'fro 1 $ the &200 foot level This Dowse Broken Down. Harmless 346 tfroftdwty. New York City.

to 1250,000 until all were sold. demonstrate that the cop- '
John Alexander Dowie. ; self appoint The fault of giving children medicine
's, Hamilton's Statement Butte are permanent In
Lobbyist will be ed successor to the Prophet Elijah and containing injurious substances, is some
fir ore
y, A long written statement to the producing organizer .of the Christian Catholic times more disastrous than the disease
to
y; strong Insurance committee by come. 'church and founder of the City of Zion from which they are 8utferin Every 451'-c t

? Andy Hamilton respecting the Suburban Trolttys.. for his flock near Chicago, has gone mother should know that Chamberlain's

,ojimonej/whlcb he has' Shore Railroad company to Jamaica .a physical sad mental Cough Remedy is perfectly safe for children I'
at.Albany for the New York Life with a gasoline to take. It contains nothing harm
wreck of his former self and expecting
ful and for coughs colds and is
View croup un
other Insurance companies a /competing
big :not to return alive. surpassed. For sale by Red Crossharinsey.
k brought last week from Mr. $ trolleys between Cleve-I .. Chamberlain'sCough

f .ilton's retiring place in Europe by dties. Much faster : .

=a, G Mcdafl. son of President: .& made by the gasoline cars I LABOR

k. the" NevrrXotkIJte.It consists Shore than U made on the t -- Of course the American quick lunch

of a-ferfew*of:the' reasons why' If the plan works there Big New Year's Wage Increase. scheme came to quick failure in Lon.
had been in several other
4 large expenditures large The promise of a general,advance in don. The average Englishman wants I
He admits It has been nece .
;' that wages to the employees of the Carnegie to chew his chop and drink his ale in I
: tojoaipa payments to others than ...
steel concerns'and the Pennsylvania the same leisurely fashion that he
jers, but he does not give their returns to the
be the virtual department railroad' with the advent of the new catches on to the point of a Joke.
to
and this is taken show the following to t
mission that the money has been crops for the sea- year' made the holiday season one of

'4 '' to Hwttakew or their, agents. L: extra rejoicing for not less than 300- Advocates of paternalism In government

s Hamilton'sent word that he ; 40 bushels; winter 000) toilers. This increase is Intended will see no reason why the Unit- 1

inch poor health,that he could not bushels; 'spring tobe'labor'l, share in the prosperity of ed States may not issue life insurance

sibly come,borne ft tills time. to 'bushels oats, 953- the'past year.. It ranges from.7 to 10 bonds purchasable by the peopl u

oral testimony He admitted ; barter 136,651,020 per cent well as financial bonds. RemedyThe

1l. 'was tit open account between him 27,616,045 bushelsbuck, Notice was also posted of a 10 per Children's

the New York Life and he 85,082 bushels; flaxseed, cent increase' In the wages of 2,000 Connecticut _.CURBS---Favorite

f dfposlt $100.000 pending lbela;rice! 12,933,438 bush woolen mill,operatives. Coughs, Colds, Croup and

k m Superintendent Hendrkks. of 260,741,194 bushels; bay, Independent Printshops Yield. Tutt'sPillswtn Whooping Cough. <
iStite/iiisurance '
New York ; tobacco 636,033.719 Before the strike of the job printers Tito remedy U femone for ite cone over
he bad followed the Urge of the
admitted that part civilize4 world. Itcea
$ had one'lntfa effect Jan 1 at least two always be depended upon It oonteiae ao '
practice :Of tare department by firms in New opium or other harmful drag tad may befiT
r on'the Alton.i prominent Independent
J to if the books and : save the dyspeptic from many a u cocAd ll to a baby M to tn tdnJk
: looking
ly iliiwirnct ef eompaniem and Alton railroad'has York had given notice that they would days of misery,and cDable him to eat Price 25 eta; Large Size, 60 cts. ,
ments.of tests with gasoline cars not fight the eight hour demand. They whatever be wishts. They prevent
to
HedHTnot try inquire
Ued. compete with trolley cars were J. J. Little 4 Co. and CoUler's.ChamberlalII'i HEADACHE
the matter .extravagance, or SICK i
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and St./Louis. After
r' nomic management, but merely cause the food to sMimllate and nourish -
the trains hauled by small Cough Bemedy the the body, give keen appetite, ,

matter.otsoLTencY'e. .3- the:'Alton'people' reach-. Best Hade DEVELOP flESH FERRYS
that. a single car
fife of New
tendent ,insurance "
f "
he knew ,as :motive power 'was ,"In my opinion Chamberlain's Cough aid solid muscle. Elegantly Apt
,:. told the committee that Remedy is the best made for colds ,.'
coated.
fiE for short trips at,,high says :
.
:feg Of insurance or of the duties of stops In a; district' Mrs. bra, Walker, of Fbrterville, California Take No Substitute. $ E L DS 1 '

d e. ,having' left all There b no doubt about its being _
the 'chief examiner. When asked traffic is .unusually the best No other will cure a cold so B.epr.en&\helan'tt'alot&Mlu.t.bavt bwoci*the Wit Ned booM tn We UM :J
Mr. why the Mutual bad test runs the car, load- quickly. No other is so sure preventiveof John Whiio & CO.LOUiSYIL world became oar teed ire better tbaa :
Hughes ,
Quested an:examination Mr. Payn ; :attained' a rate of pneumonia No other is so pleasant KY.Irtihlhho.11B7 when. DoreawUitoETOwUwaaebemntlW 'I.
A these great corporations : hour. .U takes much less safe to take, These are good reasons &&b*? rlaatUobedseeds-YmJT .

"WeU'ill not: only of strike. legislation full speed from a dead why it should be preferred to any other IJP-.w_r.r,.. "11M pUceAU.D.8 e4. JUum&l tree to all ;r;
afraid
;. light trains drawn by the fact is that few people are satisfied
they are afraid of some of these: experto with any other after having once used FURSud M. FIRRYOwtrott & 00.. r.
,As a result of
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they Won.
t ee tmentt-ffraM'ttiat this remedy. For sale by Bed, Cross Hide .

' come Mete to strike tnem. Then- will purchase enough i Phsrmaey.t' ......-..'-.-......
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sx.. .:'' .. gussfit this iw k.H.. Tbey have., .charteredtbeliocBeboatBocbeater. '-
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g''fit .' '':1t. ( } ?"- *' **'*-V ;jfj oat t.aac1iDc'W. report |: 6,647.81 $10 to $18 !
": ; fti '''-, 'rt 1't' linte beck beat akin is.on ex. : ; .r. "- Jwied thia meeting.. .., 2,089X0 :
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i ;: q3? : eoaatosbel.apeot8atotdiyand on 107.74 $1.50 tO $10 fi .
",,* :f fJ' '"' !-fO- ., """ in comniiaBion'again=lhortl,.. The cap aU I1Iea -
j" !i ,; "'4'-' ';?night Sonday with hkq. at' .,&IIIbAf ... Deficit In fends...,- 8.291. v i 'rE.Jcj =.Ii=J ==r.Jii=:2..:2. ==::.::-=:! : .i
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-. ii 1 4p .II>' 'The. .work. baa begun oq Mrs E{Jr.":.SSjr'anew Mri&E.'Barbcnr's fine place at thenarthjitd County school fond. HATH i
L al home: ;MesiTB.T.rB.Adam and J. For teacher*'. salaries 1 moo
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1 .,; f .V >. : .r"w the'roritc ?, .. of Ban- Game:Is. looking. finer Transportatiou of pupils-._____.-. 70JKJohns. $t O to $5 a
< $. .,:'tlt Moeber-. "ate-.diag, 'fcns."' :>' .' than'ever thia)ear., The eea:wall stone .Walker salary npt.:for Dec.... 75.00
4 ; :)K.=A'Bobbiit returned borne Saturdayfrom'ieveral well worth's visit from the tourist A.J.Carter per diem and mileage_. U 80 { ._=fi=!liSJ -<-_=======:1
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\. .. B. E.Mime diem and ,_ ..00
;;: -' ; it ith his per mileage EDWIN CLAPP'S and
week's .
!- V < T > _. The danctn the ball,at' the Inn on B.JB.Arnold per diem and mileage-' 9.20 .
.:: rant, KraIDbODln.QoooLt; Lf Am. Book Co\, free boon u. __..._ 8.80 CROSSE1TS 1'INI SHOES ,-
!,, ... ,\< iJ:. ; ; Saturday evening.last was much enjoyed H. A W. B.Drew (K snppllea.-... 4.50
,:'t: ;fihe eoculgiirm,; "wrwly.e"U; ; 'I by bjrthoae p&aent. .Another dance will be Addie Gibed ianitor No.1S..._....., 8-00 $3 to 0.6.50't .

r' 'MIsMayme:; 11aylorirae.enjoyed. by all. given at the Inn'.b J Friday"eveninjof O., .F. Duren"to- 8- 5.00 SCHLQ5S'BROS A OX Sgy B tyUjp JJB EB :::
1" wood 5J50:work U3, No.6 7.73
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;. 'The_ evenin ..v.."pleasanUy: pjaaaed withr this We k..; *: Indian River State bank, interest._ 18.01 ( ; .(
': .' '*,:, :games"mgeie add recttati0ne.Mr cRalIU'cBahtU Brerard Co.State bank, intereet..... 9.10 "QUEEN J1UWTI"Fine '
jRahi !!! for the Kentucky
P. L. Kyxer kauri and hous'g ,SUM
"...'i. \; "":.::" ,' -0. ..1.:L.zuScoa; ; ;.:tiied."ahreeT Military Institute young.men. ,:'beyare Itpylee, aapplieL,...___wagon___ 4.93 Shoes for ladiei 1 '

; y tt- j it chlldnin, Lewis;PraU'. cf.a. peof. gentlemen, every one of them. The ca- John Henry com.as cojnnty treasurer 2LS4 $2.50t43.51
Jolla Henry trpewritingmin. for pub 2.00
'1 Bayou Ky.;; arriwd FridayonavWttor.TTTT : date have taken the:town, and,nothing istoogoodforthem. Henry Garble work on No. 1- J JB .

s ,Mr- :-snd-Mrs.. '.' Jai.,,.A' :'Taylor, : ,'i-i.. !i.-;' .I Theyinarchedthrooghb1 Cocoa Rug News pub statement._. 2.00 brands are reeocBlud leaden In .tJ1e.at sad fiolik Bald eaiJ fey kderfTHK -,." 4These
"?'i.>>;' Hub Williams, work on No. 13- 7 JO i I
: ,"... ... ...-, h. I Monday beaded by their fine bandand F. H. tran isolated
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Boye.
; 4z t < t6W. yg puti1a.110.00 LARGEST VP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, .HOC8B:, OS EAST COAST SXORZOA 1. '
/ -. :.DrD ; l ,. 'I march with the of J.8.Snowde, u ... .
... ,.., .'.; > r".lt-, y "they precision '
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<' E. Advocate,printing 1,000 mem .2.75 ,
.:"; 2" 'f ;. .U_1'10 a. -u. .'O..t.",..-- auo: I veterans. .. Complete line of everything that' men abel boys wear .

ii i H Emma, (rfBinnlnfhwn/AJ thi.Utert 'f- t 11,052.73Special We sell the best that money can boy :.
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Three little babes'were nestled in bed, Tax School>is : No. L ,
arrival at litixSag&4e marked in strictly to all
\ ; ;!, *' J :Mra Jactaonvillef Tea bera' salaries____ =-$540.00 a
L' ;Qretbjerafrom :ar mother said; Transporting pupils_____...___.... 00.00 i MA3L R.Dsa: A. 8PECZA'I"TZJAHESPlUTCHABD. ;
( ;wintern Wide her smile for triplets be
rlved.'Mondriyto' ,was they ,
: J )' '. open op''ber: John Henry com. as county treasurer 2.09,
;;-; '' :home and arrange, ,.to Dip bar froitMra. She lays her good luck to Rocky Mountain W. A. Chancey, bld'g City Point S. H. 419.80 }
Tea. Great medicine.) Ask
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( baby
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.. President. W.K BROWN,V1ee- d4 &t
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-;; ,;f!' ..Q.1)L.I..t.,..Mr,; Richards,' .8r., you druggist.- \ $1.030.59 WINSTON 8.

: ,j .- .Masters" EaH" and. Alfred'. ..Richards,-,- arrived. Special Tax School Dist. No. 2. z

1l: i.' .> Sunday to- spend the winter I months withrelativea I ... MU.' oVDE.. John Henry, corn as county treasurer. 1.60Tota1'iae RsriTE I !
: INDIAN BANK.COUNTY
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i bere. :" SolJ needed repairs have been. madeon ,
.... ti-, -- 'Tl iEveryone I' for January-$3,085.00 .
ia raahtnx now to have their the city.dock.Ibis week' =
f : 1
; :7. 'r orangea and ,gnpefrmt'..ahipped .to the I Hc/n.Geov Lyon is epected.hack from Weather Report : DEPOSI't'OnT. r, I
$100,000.00Paid
. .Z. i northern, .rke&l\bt t fruit-in:.tbia sea WaukegsnIll.j: !! ,.on Saturday nightMr. l SUMMABT lose DXCXaiBXK BT BXT.JAS. 8WHIR. Authorised up Pitf------.b-.. 25,000.00 {

.;. tion being 4:}..:. :. Geo. A. Letford, of "Chicago ,.III. Highest.temperature U.> e.. WKATBia on OB8UVXB.the 20th( 81.0 Average Deposits....__..___$200,000.00 f t

.k 1 3: Min John R; Field is entertaining her was a guest of the Carleton this week.' lowest temperature on the 4th, 11th, 18th TRANSACTS A 1 1

. l.=: brother-in-law,.Mr.:,T.F._Stabbe,.of Tobonfiee Work has begun on the foundation of I and 191h,470 General Banking Business \ ; !

Gk:,'and daughter. ".rL: J&s. house New Haven i Mean for the month 62.4; average mean
: Lee
the on, avenue. I t
for 24 years 63 3; highest mean for 24 years Largest and ,Oldest
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-'.' Vincent. .- ; of Sanford.- Bevy. Nixon, Rash and wife. of Fair 1891, 68.0; lowest mean for 24 years 1885, Bank on the Hirer. s ; .

"Il ;3fr. -and, :MiL Scnuyler entertained moat;Ind, are the guests of Dr. A.Hen- 58.0.Rainfall Bought and Sold All f1 ;'
Exchange on
in inches 9.18 for 28
_. .k+; friends and neighbors on ,MoDdly'ev.. ly and.wife.Mra. years, 255; greatest, for;28 average years in 1905 Foreign Countries '

.: sing to a progr ailve_eucbrt party followed .' '8. E. .Folsom,' of Morriatown, 9.18; least for 28 years 1889, 00.0. Pitronagd! appreciated. Prompt service,
'1 t': by vocal and instrumental mode also Tenn.,',is nicely located in the, Branchcottage.11 Prevailing direction of wind northwest. polite treatment and every favor consistent
3 .. few Number of clear 10 number of with conservative banking granted.
f the days
. l.. gratified young people! .by a Old fr ends are glad to see her ;
dincee. All expressed'the-same opinion fair days 7; number of cloudy days,'14, COBBESPQXDENTS:
hare. number of days with rain, 16. Number Empire Trust Company N. Y., Florida 4
: 'that*. :tie- spent- -.,." erj happy, evening.. Mrs. Dr. Lloyd and children have returned of days with thunder, 4. Bank A; Trust Company Jacksonville.
;- \ Island Home, Merritta Island, Fla.
'' to Fort Pierce after a pleasant TITUSVILLE
FLORIDA.
"lYouWill! :not find "beauty in range pot ,
.o#complexion whitewakh.; True beauty visit with her aunt, Miss ,Eaton, at the. Weekly.Weather Beport .

.4..ur. awes to them only that take. Holliater'a Eaton cottage.
o.a.AxnunT or AOaICULTU88WBATE.
Rocky Mountain Tea:' ISIS a wonderful IBBUBIAU.JUPITKB .
.k Mrs. Paine of
Harrington, Chicago SCREENS
ionic and beautifier. 35 cents Tea or, Tab-
FUL, Jan.9. 906.
arrived : -
Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harrington
; i' : Jets., Ask your drugxist.GKOBGIAMA. of <
have rented the new Sayera cottage and Comparative rainfall for statement the week ending temperature Tuesday.*
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: on the bluff for.the season. I 1906 1905DATA. !'or doors and windows
I .AX. 10. .4X. .15.
Mr. C. D.' Provost baa In' quite a fine 'A number of our visitors were delighted !,Jan. 3. 80 70 72. 45

, '1I OCk of goods this winter and himself, to see a flab boat land at the dock on "" 4 82 11 M 89 covered with any wire...
5. 57 53 69 UIt
f r aod two clerks are busy every minute. 1 Monday night with 1116 mullet caughtby 6. 66 51 1' 55 .

); Ir. ,and Mrs.< J. A. Odell have rented net a short distance from Melbourne "" 7. 72 56 61 45 EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY C0l
k' ; 8. 75 68 61 40
} the Munsotf cottage for the winter and city dock. 9. 72 80 70 61 Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material. t

' ? expect to'take poe e I8ion this week. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mobley, of Lebanon Total rainfall for the week. 0.44 inch. :
Departure rainfall for the week minus 0.42 Eau Gallie, Florida.
'= Mr. and Mrs AveriU and Mr.and Mra.DM Ky.ire again among the winter Inches. -
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visitors this season. They are nicely Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, minas
Holmes with large: *
of I
-. a party 0.61 inch. J.R.WALKER. H. a MACE.
settled in the Hoke where
friends have at Oceanus cottage, they
spent a.day: H. P. HAEDIN
and one at the &lbbeach'thls week. find everything homelike and cosey. Official in Charge. JOHN R. WALKER & CO., i

t Mr, Carl vWitfed sold'some very fine 'Mr Arthur Dwinell, of New York, is Forced to StarveB.
'
e fresh r pork this week. Home raised veil, again chief assistant in C. T. McBride's F. Leek, of Concord Ky, says: Titusville Fla., I

beef and pork are to be had here quite store, on Front street. The friends he "For 20 years I suffered agonies with a

often and much made in Melbourne two years ago are sore on my upper tip, so painful, sometimes -
now are. very appreciated that I could not eat After vainly
DRY GOODS
pleased to see him come back again. {
alL' !
by trying everything else, I cured it, with
The gardens on the lowlands are,not Miss Lizza Hines arrived from Chicago Bucklen's Arnica Salve." It's great for S ) .
lately and. will spend the winter with burns cuts and wounds. At Red Cross
: i doing so well this winter too much rain. : .
' : But Georgiana baa both high and low Mrs JohnGopde in her lovely home on Pharmacy; Only 25 cents.Fires ,

4 n land gardens so our:people need not go the banks of the Indian river. Mr. C. V. CLOTHING

.hungry. Hines is expected here from Chicago ina ,
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few days.
,Mr..Gould, of New Jersey! is expected A
GENTS' FURNISHINGS
{ here today.' He.was one' of the young Pleasant and moat Effective
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bachelors of "Bachelor Ranch" twenty T. J.Chambers, Ed. Vindicator, Liberty -I j i

years ago. He and his friend, Arthur Texas, writes Dec. 25th, 1902:

'. i .,will have a day. or two of hunting With pleasure and unsolicited by yon SHOES
together before Mr. Mockridge 'returns I[ bear testimony to the curative power .
a of Ballard's Horehound Syrup. I have 7 )
north. Everyone is glad to see the
used it in my family and can cheerfully-
boys again. firm it ia the most effective and best

t remedy for coughs and colds I have ever MILLINERY ;
-: 'It invigorates, strengthens and builds used.. Sold by Bed Cross Pharmacy and
KJ up. It keeps yon in condition physically, EaaGallie Pharmacy, EaoGallie, Fla. ,
mentally and aim morally. That'a what

Holliater'a Rocky Mountain Tea will do. ,F. J. :Reed, of,Fort Pierce who has I
35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Ask druggist. --
your been associated with A. K. Wilson, in usually do occur in the wee sma' FURNITURE.i

,. the publication of the St. Lucle County hours when everyone IB wrapped in slum .

.k BAD QAXLIK. Tribune has severed his connection ber. But why haven't you a
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i The cold 'wave this week. .blew 'itself ,with the paper on account of III FIlE LVSURAICE .

:'s :-i out In abort order. health. policy? Some. time ago you said you
would think the matter over. Are you We want your patronage.Our .
? ?, Miss Soda Carter, Melbourne, ia the The Daytona, Daily News of Saturday still thinking Better-come to a decision

i gueet. of. Miaa Perry thus week. mentions 'the rumor that Mr. pretty soon. The season of overheated aim is to please YOU.
?' chimney flues is here and your house is
t ; Mr. Newell, of Georgiana' ia visiting Flagler will establish a rifle range no more fireproof than your neighbor's. New, Up-to.Date Goods in every

c:. with. Mr. and Mri E.,E: Taylor.Thoa near'Palm Beach, :and quotes the Savannah PERCY G. WALTON, Line.

: .. Somter baa purchased the launchLivonia Morning News as saying .that: Successor to Morgan & Walton,

{ which ia one of the fast .boats of "it Is A foregone conclusion that TTTTSVILLE FL KIDJ.. Mail orders receive prompt and
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:, fleet.Cank should be built in Florida
: .' {. our a,range by
:; careful attention.
i; f Symmonds ailed for points! on Mr.'Flagler it would take precedence

f the to.fer river on Tuesday in the sloop. of .proposition.. ,from Savannah not tss
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!."""'" ,",. Maw. It, .''.". 1-,';+' "..-, backed.by ''equaUyaa favorable condition b tine. sae y JOHN R. WALKER & CO. Titeille Fla. ;
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