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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 19, 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: UF00075901:00348
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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>Mllis'T"if*3rvir J?t'vi sp"" "& coach : ] driyaei e: Ton! Pleasant udLtirely hardly be told apart. from dollar-a-yard
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f iAnniiJolg:retnrne to Stetsonl Mrs. T. B. Walker after'a
;it"! -. -! :'o )'-* .. about fi p:m. ..Jeo Brady ia quite Dl.Mr Wish silks, 24 inches wide in all colon ,
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,FP'6rA'9T' tE H.ogbiodWd.wufn: :. ...' ...,. and Mrs I::. s. Davis returned to including navy bIDe, white and black, St.
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.. -4. : turd &r a few-day's stay.. :on them sTbe 1'81II11of"the; contest" in. the E/;O. Mr. Geo. EL Pritchatt bad tbe misfortune wide taffeta;'every yard guaranteed Miss Mamie Hardee spent a few,

-,.,$.Z'"i..-<<.' -"- .- .,,,", ";".<' : ,iif,"t-m t :fr'r' 1 Pser7tiliiercoths jT Cf exhibit for &o'IO Bhia fine' Jersey cow last specially good for: coat suits, worth iD Titusville last week returning to
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-- :__"T" _.o!'> "J : railed f arses week. school at Turnbull Monday. i ,
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.'. ; :- .: .:.. '-!" '" ; expecting .her \ ben oranges on lUG for$LQO} per yard.

......-i--" :&\". ;easier from Brooklyn.. 'today'or"tomarrorr.' by-the Smbn i Pure Fertilizer first prize, Mrs. D. B.' Pritchard returned home Indian Head linen, 44 inches wide Mr. T. B. Hicks arrived from

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: tusville basebell is
,tt': -rY" i:, vr4'4; 't{tr.D of Bockledge and C. S.. Gallon, ofCreeceni'City pitcher; spending a Colgate's talcum powder cashmere
:,. Jaclianville. :,' : few days in Daytona.Mr. The Four Pickerta company were
-.t Lb )Edit, f Lora!Cortiss 1t spent' Sondiyindact : ; third'prize; $25, tie between bouquet or violet, usual price 25 cents, Sunday and left Monday for
$. : Gee M, Bobbins left yesterday '
,': :*' of Monday:with her son Mr. Cart W; a: Hart; ot Hawks Park." and afternoon to attend the U. 'S. court. now. special 19 cents. This company may make a,'date to,

'.J: ri XXQihA and'family"a.LiGrange (X'A.Ballon, of''Melbourne. 'J.. in session in Jacksonville Dr.Lyoo's tooth powder, this is one of here next month. r
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; l ; prize powders on a quarter
Connecticut County Commissioner R. A. Conkling. Mr. G. F. Duren has recently had
Mr. Terry and.,wife ,of)) '
T.I; : been with beet grapefruit, $25 was 'won by L. M. of, Tillman and Mr., L., C.. Moore; ofRoeeland ,is the regular price, special price 19 Sty,Meat Market painted canary
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stopping a '
e fwOO.bate SVeedon;of Tampa; second prize E. S. were io town Tuesdays cents. ,
](r..'C ou ins;returned north Wednesday. brightening up the exterior of the
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Williams of.Fort! Pierce; third prize C. Mrs. Middlebrook, of Fort Pierce, Pasteurine an'excellent tooth paste, ing considerably.Mr. .

4: .. Perfect a!,a beverage, or: medicine is LW. S. Gawan,.Cresent Oty. The judges were passed through Titnsville Monday on her i worth a quarter, also 19 cents.

i .\Harper 'Whiskey,. ,the:"%ind jour E.8. Hnbbard, of Federal Point; J... M.WkerIin'of' way to the Baptist convention at Bar-: Dr. Sheffield's tooth paste special 19 '. Geo. A. Letford representing
used. Sold R. L.:MotlowndPt >> well known Bucklen'remedies, of
grandfather, ,by L.nePark. Mr. Painter tow.Owing cents.
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to the illness of Miss Daisy was in town Wednesday in.
i A.Losley...., J shipped l the p prize-winning boi of orangesto Brady tbe Guild will be entertained this Packer's tar soap special 19 cent&U cago ereets of that

W. H.,Adams, of .: e1bonme.broDlM, President Roosevelt. afternoon by Mrs. Geo. M. Robbing of you want any material for a skirt or company.

r .a:negro up_ Wednesday for an' attempt at South Ti usviUe.. suit we have- .almost anything- -Ton wish.. Mr. W. M. Brown returned to !

killing one of the waiters at.The. Brown Coining,ObAutauq.ua at MelbourneThe A final decree in divorce proceedings prices almost cut in half. Monday after spending Sunday here

-i_ .House. 'He J was placedthe'ooanty. ; Chautauqua of the Tropics, Melbourne was granted this week in favor of E.D. Ladies' umbrellas, covered with good Mrs. Brown and Master Mark,

Fla., is to be held this year from Mitchell against Essie Mitchell, colored. quality black gloria ,silk, handsome recently been to Jacksonville on a
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.J.'n '.. .. JII."," .-. ",. "' .. March 4th to 18th. The new .board of F. J. Webb attorney for the plaintiff. ness trip.
ti4rrJ''V. Jordan, manager'of:.Hotel directors is in variety of handles, worth $2.50 for $1.49. ,
buey getting
'f' everything
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Mr. and Mr .'J. P. Freeman
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k Jii. t ,Indian,:River Rockledge, was in, town readiness: 'Dr"\W. L:. Davidson will be leave today for St. Augustine expect on their JULIes KLISE, Ed. English has just sufficiently Fla."T
v4 "t :Wednesday "an'd'f" called at :Tm. STAB officeT the :superintendent of instruction again their borne in Social .' Titusville, Fla. covered from the accident be
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fr' See adv.of his 7'hotel on. page 5 this'week. this year,'which Insures a good program. Mr. Freeman and Rev. W. F. Allen to his foot several weeks ago, by
Nome 'of the finest attractions to be bad
','ii::(j-u.o., e." # visited Palm Beach Monday. Kind Words For The Star struck by the handle of the.fly
<:" are already' engaged and the session of
rj:. Among the 'passengers on the southbound 1906 will be up to.the high .grade' of other The Progressive Culture club was' One of THE STAR subscribers in St. a gas engine, to resume fishing again.
years.From. pleasantly entertained by Mrs. A. A. Mrs. H. E. Oxner left\ last
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),f j train, Monday we noticed Mr, 0. one to two board meetings are Monroe and Mrs. D. B. Pritchard Tues- Lncie county writes us aa follows: i

:;: Carrier, of Newark, N. J ,who was en held every week now and no stone will day afternoon at the residence' Mrs. "Though we belong to the new county Delray, whereehe will spend a

':,f .t topteto hit. Roc.kledge winter. home. to be left unturned to make this tbe red Monroe in South Tituaville. we cannot spare the old STAB. Enclosed weeks among friends. In the

'tpend the season. letter year of The Cbantanqna of the Pioneer Cooperage has been quite busy find $3 00 for two years' 'subscription." our furniture man will go about

f- Tropics. The plan is to suit the taste of in town the past week Mr. Johnson A new subscriber from Nebraska writesas that lonesome look upon bis usually
b' Miss Cornel of Kiwimmee baatr
f .Jessie everybody, and .to furnish a program erected elevated
having an tankon ial countenance.
j bad waltz that will be and cypress follows"I like your paper very much.It .
compoeed and published ,a uplifting entertaining.The the Pritchett place in South Titus.
""o 'called'"Florida 'Violets" which can be board of directors recently electedis yule, and a rain water tank for Mr. W. contains a great amount of valuable Mr. W. H. McFarland went to

] aeen at Indian River Music Hone. Price si follows: Mr.' Wm. T. Wells, presi H. Hall. information. Enclosed please find money tona Saturday,where he has been
Dr. L. A. Peek vice
dent
; president;
-i: .,' 'il25 cents.''Come and try.it Rev. J. B. Hawk, secretary; :Mr. E. 'P. Mr. F. A. Morgan entertained a number order for one years' subscription"These tug acquaintances this week and
<,\;:.-. Branch, treasurer; R. W. Goode, J. M. of friends on the lawn in front of his are samples of the letters that ing to leave on a launch trip

j 1 i :', ,' Father. Bresnahan. closed his mission Hodgson, Nathaniel Downey,. R. E. residence Monday evening with his Victor we receive from distant subscribers, yet coast accompanied by a party of !

1: : : eryicea. in the Catholic church last Friday .Mims, W. I.Metcalf, F. H. Fee, Dr. Geo. talking machine. He has some fine we must say that once in a while we finda friends.
'w': and proceeded the next day to New W. Holmes. records and the concert was much enjoy.
resident of town or who is
our county
ed by all present. Mr. Wm. Evans and daughter, .
,),4 Smyrna, ,where he gave several lectures not willing to pay three cents a week Toward Rose of Middletown N. Y. and his ar
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:this week on the Roman Catholic church. Church Notices Word has been received that Mr. S. 0.
J'j\:,:,",. '. Sunday, Js
& v Milt Edith Paterson, of Philadelphia, Hospital, in Chiago, will be Jennie Sayer, of West Town., N.
waa among the arrivals ,in Titusville Rev. J. Walker will officiate as follows: compelled to undergo another operation The Houseboat EvergladesThe rived in Titnsville last Saturday to '
fil;J Cocoa, St. Marks church, Snnday school Before! complete recovery is assured, ao v
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1- 'J' Tuesday afternoon to spend the winter 930 a. m., morning prayer 10:30. Titus he write a friend. palatial houseboat Everglades, the tbe winter and are occupying one of .. t
f\ -She ia an intimate friend of Mrs.. M.'Simonson ville St. Gabriels church, bible class at floating winter home of Col. Robert M. Walker cottages for the season.
she baa for 3:30 evening 7:30. Capt. S. L. Jeffords was over from of New York, arrived here -
whom not seen a p..m., prayer Canaveral the first of the week. He eaye Thompson, from Mrs. Ellen Terry Pollard, the

_; number of yea!,. Miss Paterson .has Rev. M. Walker will officiate as follows: that fishing plant will be ready to com her Wedn.esdayafternoon way to Jensen and St. Lucie Daytona river.on Southern coloratura soprano, will

: 1'OOmllt.rs.. Corwin's.The Melbourne,' Holy Trinity church, holy mence work in about a month. At pre Col. Thompson is entertaining several of a concert in the opera house in '1
communion 1050; Eau Gallie, St. Johns senta dock is being built out into the i
New York friends board Mr. :
his -
River State bank of Titus on with in the next week or so. Mrs. {
Indian church 7:30.
:. ; evening prayer ocean and this work is necessarily! slow. Robert M. Kelly, Mr. W. Barclay Parsons -
:}1 J* yule made glad the hearts'of its stockholders and lard has with her this season the j
The presiding elder of the East Coast School Superintendent J. R. Walkerleft Mr. Eugene Frowert Mr. Ash-
iiki. : this week by sending. them a district, Rev. S. W. Lawler is now in Ti- Wednesday morning with a party of bel] Fitch. Col. Thompson is also accom- ful and talented accompanist, Miss !qy

1;: : dividend check paying: a semiannual'rate tusville and will preach in the Methodist friends on the yawl Merle S. for a trip panied by his sister, Mrs. J. W. Garrison, Gautier. Date of this entertainment r

-014 cent its stock which amountsto I church here next Sunday, Jan. 21st, both down the river making the trip both for and son, Mr. P.-T. Garrison, of Jensen; be announced later. _,
on
t .' per : morning and evening, this being the occasion pleasure and in a professional way on : also Mr. a H. Racey and Capt. R. D.
8 percent per annum. This institution of the first quarterly conference of the part of Mr. Walker, who will visit Hoke.-the latter being in command of We take pleasure in stating that }

}1 '' has been paying regularly for some this charge. All are cordially invited to the public schools between this place the Everglades at prl'8t'nLIr.. and Mrs proposed Indian River Yacht club

yean put semi-annual dividends of 4 hear him. Also preaching at Cocoa next and Eau Gallie. Geo. M. Robbins and Mrs. E. B. Wager I tion of which was made in THE & a
: Sunday at 11,a. m. and 7 p.. m. by the were the guests of Col. Thompson by
.' v t.:. percent. pastor. Chapter No. 11, Order of Eastern Star special invitation on Wednesday evening, week, is not intended to be made a '

.t:'. ": ., Mr. E. F. Cooley, of Lansing, Mich., met in the' Masonic Temple Tuesday at which covers were laid fur fifteen and organization by any means, but

,l'' arrived_' in town'Wednesday and expects AnnouncementDo : night Jan 16th, with a large attendanceresenL six courses were served. Yesterday Col name indicates, to take in the
One member of the order
new was
\ and his friends were out for a
'. for the lower river in a day or so that Dr. E. H. Arm Thompson Indian river and east coast
:: it to leave not forget initiated, Miss Lottie Teeter, the princi day's sport quail hunting with Mr. Race] t
: .. in bis fine. new boat, the East Wind, strong;the well known eye and nerve pal of our public school. Refreshmentswere and his fine trained bird dots. Col. Florida. Any person desiring +

Rio. Y\,... which arrived here the first of last week. specialist, of Jacksonville, will be in our served aud a most enjoyable ,even- Thompson and his friends are fully prepared this proposed club and thereby

; Mr. Cooley.baa with' him this year his city on his next professional visit on Jan. ing'was. spent. to have all the sport going at bunting materially in the uplifting of
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22nd. James R. Mellon the well known and fishing and will enjoy the trip to '
& ,Eva Cooley and her Mr. and, power boating on Indian
daughterMia' f Not only are eye troubles handled bn Pittsl'unz tanker, accompanied by Messrs. the fullest extent. They expect to spend
't- i : t MeadMies; Marie: 'Piatt: olio ,his Jo ng.It'f all chronic diseases. If drugs have failed Joseph R..Wood well, Frank C. McGerr, some time hunting and fishing: on the requested to send his name to the

est eon, David Cooley. They expect to to,cure you let him talk over 'with you W. F. McCook and Emil Winton arrived lower Indian and up the St. Lucie rivers, iting committee, composed of Ie8 !

Jt... ., ,be at Palm' Beach during the ,motor boa- teopathy.his improved system of neurology and os here Wednesday from Daytona with I. for which they departed this morning.Do Lorillard, Jr., D. B. Pritchard and l
the houseboat Vagabondia about the Oxner, Titusville.
r.. :o_,. ,-, i L. same time aa the Everglades, and left ear- You Need Any Furniture I I F
.fir. :The.mlt"II_ entitled Gaulden vs. Tomato Wraps ly yesterday morning for down river Furniture I Wood For Sale
Titnsville
2'] Wilkenoo, unlawful detainer,'.involving Write us for lowest prices on UNITE I points for the sport of hunting and fishing' The the place to buy your furniture.companyis Don't I Pine or oak, any length. See +
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&KjfeVr.; quite a tract f'land' the suburbs of TOMATO WRAPS. purchase elsewhere! until you .come and dress J. W. Jamison Titusville, t
.. been decided a EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co., The Tropical Sun, of West Palm Beachof When look will buy. .
JftckaobviUe, baa just; by sefius. yon you
}40 Gallie, Fla.rOB'sALK last Saturday, announced tbe illness We arryeverything in the furnitureline Call at Titusville Livery at
,<',-. final decree oUhe'circait court of Duvhl of Mr. B. W. Jerome, of New London, and the low prices and easy payments Robbins' law office, for stylish
: county in favor ol the'plaintUr, Judge CBXAP FOB CASH. Conu., who owns pretty winter home break the record. Mail orders a Leave your orders for hauling, both

t ;Ganlden;of this place. The case has been About 88 acres of good high land or]I there and who came down several weeks specialty. Freight paid on all orders. ble and single. M.Osban, t

1 In litigation for the past five yean and the east or ocean side of the Indian rive. ago with Mrs. Jerome to spend the winter H. E. OXXEK Manager.
at tbe Narrows,'described as follows: Lo t as has been their custom for several A Bargain in Heal Estate
like
.:; the bad question is something No. S, section 35, also lot No. 3, eectiot! years. Mr. Jerome left Thursday evening \VIt.ERY STOCK FOR SALK. FOR SALE-An old pioneer
/' :40,acres in Riverside, Jacksonville,,,and 36, in township 311OO'b. range 39 east for Baltimore, accompanied by Mrs. mile nver front 290 acres land, 25
J):. Is said to be enhancing value very rap.iidly This land ia'tmimproveb but finely lo: Jerome, where he will enter the Johns Citrus stock grown on high pine land. in grove, in roOd condition, fine :
Hopkins Hospital for treatment. Indian River Nurseries, established 1886. i'
cated. For further. particulars address very best of land for celery farm.
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.: ,Scud for catalogue, Toledo and Vest
E M. Low, crops of oranges would pay for the

'.... :. .BAIL tOWT AMD(QUH BXTAIB SHOP Brockton, Mass. Nursery Stock For Sale Palm Beach, Fla. i Will sell for less than value of t

t' :' .. .... 'Yacht- stile and bunch awnings made Tor Bale A good supply of grapefruit stock for DUCK DCST1XG. free meats better, purchaser than homesteading thereby: getting no
r .', '. 'class mildew proofed if budding pnrpnaea. one year old well ; ;
first
in style,
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: ':' 'up desired. Also stocked and shot Cottage with four rooms in Titusville,, grown. Price. |1.00 per hundred, or $8 00 M. L.Peacock, at TitusviUe, is preparedto brance; titles perfect; fanning \
{ ii:< : guns for duck shooting at hicle blacksmith shop all go with
tt '" : rebored.. in a large lot under good fence compris. per thousand. take parties out
Jij.j.J.r ::.>.;. guns His BY BEJKCK, fug five town lots Also good mole fo r R. B. Mix?, reasonable ratee. Correspondence solie- W. R. ::5UDEB.j :
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I' $:; :>' 1bt thin epaekltn g.Irishman. ,' -'ta'at oddsv to, support; slavery be sure aDd Bird Snow Lent C9,
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m::'. man betterment.. ,To quote: .. 'was .no:>>. rivalry, and no d 'I ': bat '.remember Swsmp- .

''4"4rY'Srb: ': ': 't. r-Ee,Ioap to'M& Jeder...but to' lead Ja among the'two classes.' Political .N. Y,
y ,--' 'T : poedIe17.tM.OM,tbiar of.which be is In- f
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& r---. :' :' : they.thInk' .him too"good a-Joke of moral agitation and men of Aim acoldD ii
: .:" :::' / .to lose., They..Ua h t him.'*PPlud him faith .supported Garrison'" work, China OLD
I.t :. '\ pat him on the back shOut to him to turn liberal contributions. ,The' Is- folly for RED CROSS PHASJUCT, 7ITWTILLB, sA E15 6STJC& BIDSiLUE ,
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another omcnanlt and when he haa'anticked -
?;{t;: :!' '.;' took at one another wink solemnly made no appeal to-the passions of. J treaties l

.';Y. '. and irhlaper."YmnchinelloIn ." slaves, but; aimed .to' stir the ; ,up ,trade, to Southern RailwayI: I
rr;! ',. spite ,of all his apparent:cynicism
do Is to
sciences of-the slave'owners and get
:. ':. perhaps, indeed; becauae: of It-Mr. Shaw .
r:, .1. at the'bottom h very altroictlc penon.Be pecially of the citizens of the on the Errxcnrc .&110. ...iss. 1Na30
I" j .!waaU to nee the race progrea. and ods, as good
states. When the civil broke
. he:would:be.wOlinf .to make'almoet&D7 war..; Na34 Aam I s..u J
;. > personal acriflce to push it forward even in'.'1861 ..Garrison and his as their com Daily.: Daily.etwee.Jaekaoavm. sadw.w Twit. Ik87 IAilT.

.' a little. In fact'in his "Man and Superman labored to induce the Lincoln == .. _._ m :I
) .. 755 p 910s Lv Jacksonville, F1A fir. Ar. a iO r fr p '!
: : .be shows an tentrre willingness to tration,, which; wa .Bepublicaa: 1213a-I l2Up1020p LT.SaftDuh.Ga.._...... $ o. By. Ar. j 51 sq 4 es p \
:;f-. sacrifice .humanity-for theaake of:a fatnrt : 955s Ar.Charlotte, N. C.Sa Ey. L* .58 ""- I U a
humanity., always provided, however committed J
: to antislavery -
.u 658ft950s Ar. Richmond, \"L-_ .. .. .27. Ly. It>> gO p .
,that such a future evolution of the writes March p -- ---- i
i O. race should correspond with the,tdeaa of to place the war. upon, an troubled, 800 P-___u_ Ar. Washington. D.C.._._.._ .Ky Lv -II II P 2
'; + Mr. Shaw as they happen to be today. antislavery basis to the end that with 125 p _..._ 1130s145p Ar. Baltimore. Md.-P. B. B LT. U: :YJ m p

Edwaft1Enrett; Hale, Jr., says;that ery should be forever excluded and tried one 235s30a ___ Ar. Philadelphia.. Pa-,_ _P. ]IL a Lt J U S3 pe
then different ____ 415 P Ar.New York N. Y._ ,._P. K.K Ly. 12 IS aJ ffi g
"_ : Shaw's realistic brilliancy quickly vanishes the restored Union., I this crisis : }

i' and when 'the play Is over the ing In the ranks of the two It up al. Nos. 33 and 34-New York and Florida Express. TJaDy Pallmta Dzswisg Baoo
T and Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York.SOL .
; Is astonished.,, to find :what of antislavery men ran high. more got
.spectator 29 and "Washington and Florida Limited." Duly PoUaiM Dnwisa E0nnNO.:30

_. .company,be baa been keeping... was for a restoration of the. Union 1 1I1D.1 Liniment, Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York.

) price while the Garrison relief. lean ,
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f .. t. and will add Through MTh Lead of the,Sk1'n;
: .JodP"C the Knockdowns. frankly declared! that a Union Dail .
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,When' the young have,so much.to live ,slavery retained was not worth ." Sold 755p Lv. Jscksonville F1a.&I.. By. Ar 900 s
The fortunes, Eau Gallic 12 15 a Lv. Savannah Ga,--..---.-- n .. .6& B7 b. j SIt a-
.x for as they do at the present time It is storing. war 600a150p. Ar. Columbia S. G.---_.___._.____.5o. i1' Lv. .J 11 a

a problem to account, for the mania both parties. Lincoln emancipated Ar. Asheville. N.C,..-.--..--..-........_._Sa By. Lv 14U P ;
237 Ar. Hot N.C-----_._ s. Lv 1145Not.
slaves in the territories which had P Springy H ky a
for self destruction,. boys and the Indian 600 P Ar. Knoxville Tenn...._._no. ..: .-...........-c.. Ry. Lv. S II a
: girls still in the school,age. A rebuff across ceded, ,and they came back as 815ft Ar. Cincinnati Ohio,_____=--.______..__. _.-Q.tC. Lv. IU f
word bungpeople'a quarrel states. .,;, county seats. .
a will probably .29 and 30-Pullman Drawing Room and Buffet Sleeping Can between JfttkswviBe sad
-' .. leads. to pistol, to poison .or ,to the Garrison's. zeal was inspired by y'e 'all the Indi St. Louis daily. 4. '

? ae_ pond or rirtr. For,the pettiest temperament which made him

p causes life is thrown away Just when It sensitive to human 'BU erlng. In am Penn I Xo. 13 Between Jacksonville, surd<< the North aad WtU KG.U''

\.. ahould -be' and,' Is "most attractive. land he was honored as the"' founder of the great _-- -745p Lv.Jacksonville So. Ey--.........___.__'--Ar. -t300. t-

Often" the cause is pure cowardice, un- the antislavery-movement in the _._. a Ar. Uacon. So. By...._......._...._...-..Lv..Lv. 913a. _
ed This ____ 500. Ar. Atlanta, So. By______.._.____... n S@ !-._
''p wilfingnees to:>>:take the bitter with the States. country naturally _____ 9 45 a Ar.Chattanooga,. See By-_____...?.r.-Lv. 'U p':-_

swt-et..,the,thorn with the roses. alts the memory the martyred =:--740 p Ar Cincinnati. Crescent_-.. .. iLv. 8m a'=

.And after all life's! hardest'trials are cipator. When men come to __._t_ 840p Lv.Cincinnati, Big! Four Roate_____. .-Lt'_ 11t .;__ ..
philosophically the times in which _____ 7 10 a Ar. Chieaeo, Biz Four Boate-_______Lv. ISO i_
bitter as they seem in moments
': not so mon lived and the work he the "Blues" .____ -83S p Lv.Cibdnnati, Penn. :-ea.....__ _.._...._a r. is a-I I
of weakness. Power Is born of a actual exist- ______ 710 a Ar. Chicago Penn. Line._._______._...Lv. I 40 P'-,

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other way. Rightly viewed trials are be appreciated.If =::::: 7 23 a Ar. Chicago. C. H.\ D.-Uonon._.___.. to:) ,,== ,

: good fortune and not misfortune. The by a di- _____ 945p Lv. Ciucinn&ti, C.H.&D.-iiieh.C itGH.4D.Mich.Cent-..... ir. 700 a;___ t
the man "who makes two .- ...___ 52'a Ar. Toledo, ._---Lv. 114flp830p __
1 ; : young should love life with a zest that 725 a Ar. Detroit C. H. & D-Uieh. Ceat___ _..Li r. It 00

& __ will 'make- 'them bow to circumstances of grass grow where only one grew =___._:_ Lv.Cincinnati, Penn. Linea_..____ 'r. I. a t--_=

i i' In 'order' to win the prize beyond. The fore" Is a public benefactor there is demonstra _______ 555i Ar. Pitt&barg. Penn. Lines._____________Lv 81S ___

beginner who Ii'anxious 'to- achieve Is tle danger of 'piling honors too a course of .____ 9 M pi Lv. Cincinnati, Big Fonr.-----__._______=-Ar..Lv. $10 a ._

; on the memory-of J. Sterling ___ 6 (5 Ar. Cleveland Bit Four_________ 0 30 -_---.

' safe. Such .a'one is,thankful for any the tree planter of the prairies. ____ 530 al Lv. 1 Lexington So. Ry.___..___..._._____' 1345 a'-i .._...
f start content in any station. He will ---- 810 Ar. Lo'iUville, So. $y-__._..._____-Lv. 140 ar--'
watch others learn from them and was once supposed that the _____"? 7 32 a 4r. tion of the American
prairie was
emulate without envy. Envy Is a root No. 13 and -The Florida Limited" Daily Solid Vestibule Train Tknwjk Day
evil of modem civilization. The young possible. Morton persisted in Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati.
ments when others it and
' are in a hurry to taste where they gave up. the LIVER
t alone towns and cities of the No 5 Xn.13 Between JaeUonrllle aad tiaras Clu. I o It Nw e
J.;, have not earned and to reach the top : ) ) to ths!

s ti without climbing whereas the earning but extensive farm lands where and elastic -.____._ -745 II Jacksonville Fla. So. R '..________---- -Ia;---j ..
;' of example was followed, have ------ 5 00 \r. Atlanta. Ga.. See By----____....Lv. hi' nl t -
iI ". and the climbing .are the chief joys and avenueS of ___ 12 01 a// Ar. Birmingham. Ala., 6s. Ry._..-_.._...........-Lv. .05 _
::. the struggle and knockdowns simply a streets or groves : ____ 805 PI Ar. Memphis, Tenn.. -__.____.__.._..._ s IS a __
;..;.j;. part.'of the game. ous forest trees.It TUTE. ___ 940 alAr. Kansas tity }lo.. --_______._ 110 p__..._
j.::;
Nos.13 and 14-The Florida Limited." Vail,.
r<'f. looks as though the German
The Deadly Switch. EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE.

r i The Outlook calls attention to the had been delving deep into our war 1< J. C.IXSK.District Passenger Acemt.Boa Rest tray Street,J&cfc*..vtUrU,
r nals, since he springs upon his C. H.AOKEKT.r W. H.TATLOEO.P..&.'
'' menace of open switches In accidents K.
H.HARDWICK.P.T.M. BROOKS
the motto "Powder dry swords MOBO&X. 0.P..&.
like that to the Twentieth Century flier -.... ,:- --- .
eyes on the goal" Something:
1! at Mentor and a more recent one on
much like that is a classic In this
4'4 the Pennsylvania line. It says that
try and perhaps the kaiser expects
p' the danger lies In a switch which,leads: The
troops to have a scrap one day Bridgeport"The
out from the main tract: in the direc-
the sons of sires who lived up
,tipn the tram Is going and adds: "Ev ,
with astonishing results for the
'c ery track that leads into a main track
at Bunker HOI and Saratoga. Afloat
u.. rivulet flows Into a river la cornparatively Motor that Motes"Simple.

r-vs.- safe. ,Every trade that Talk: of the danger of Russian

: '. branches from the main line as a limb gression in Sonny and Sweden GUN -

.,; grows out of a tree Is dangerous." premature; for there Is hi ezperinces of Reliable, Durable

I It depends upon which way the train I treaty negotiated in 1855 In or yaehtiat; Guaranteed to run
life ask
.Is going whether the switch is comparable France and England engage.to and Stream and give satisfaction

.,":":,:-:,'.,1' to a tree branch or a rivulet In those countries with armed copy kV,trial or sad trip. L Makes raotor-boattiis a pleasure

'f the case of the rivulet the train must case they_are menaced by the tat illnstrtted f oUoviaf Makes working-boats increase

1-: .. back in a process which the Outlook bear. .

-'",.- thinks_is comparatively safe. But Ins .rsl .....,. profits
.. Study our methods of
the history of distressing: accidents: Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. .. construction
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probably those caused by expresses lutely Harmless and you will discover why
'tie best books
colliding with trains backing from the i
4 The fault of giving children "THE BRIDGEPORT1
: main .track:into switches are more numerous containing injurious sntetanres' is PUB. CO.

: than those due to. open times more disastrous than the Yak City. "Motor that Motes"

switches.' The train In the way must from which they are soflerinjr. "-
mother hon1d know that Cbam
get out of the way'u soon as possible
Cough Remedy is perfectly safe for BRIDGEPORT MOTOR CO. tae
r and In the.case of a.long train:backing yen to "b., It contains nothing

,-S m> Is very alow work With Infallible ful and for cough, colds and croup; BottTvjia4Tar'!a Fort CMtrttctie Bridgeport, Conn.
signals there can be no danger in either I eurpaaeed.! For sale by Red Crow

method of taking the switch. acv. F. N. HITCHCOCK & CO.,'A rentl,Titusville,Florida. -


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.: ? .p.. ',' > ,,"" : :! 'E-xEC-UTi'zVE: : : : : 4ri .aBoth Jex' vernor::,Peabody;OL.Colaantic I ( agent for 'circulars and price list stowing: .dangers4 of: .
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L. :$ '. : acid soil' >
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-;."_ .'-t." ..9. < -':..:,-, \t:-<..,4"' . ": :: : : "> _# interviews saying"'that'they: had '

"r\f;..' !.Ia-'1..h'IiI"av'): "f.gook, ,CanalTbe' .,. _" .,,.,' 1-',;t.- i toon"-';.'ton, tenedwith- ;".tbi.'same' -. "-fate- c ..how great. losses were made.'.by farmers last -yearthroughout .' !
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;:. i',,'E.' ',>>.''''j, .. .7.:'...partant.CpoetaTJ ., ,.. :materla1Efof: a t canal oii an"eighty-fit efootl president>and treasurer respectively.'of L.. : & BEO. Titusville ,
: 1 E. BRAITy j
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'- '.;.. : ?!!. ri:' "' '""' ; Yel- boT tide This;iodi- the Maryland Trust company, were Indicted .
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:.q.-i &' <. "" oW" { i on .ch. tide. ."of_ the. divide.4.- .- The presentments followed 1'1
>: s: ?understood tothat;. Trsaiury Deficit the collapse of the'trust Company/ = .R. E..MIMS Bonaventure
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'!"..."i'.3._ ,=.4'-... ,:, ,.CO'. -."'",: .W- q._Y.t4 'rqnvritboot, wrath /a'',4e4dt'' ,In..the :United State' The fight begun by Governor Folk of ( : .t'
.>- ;;;';: ",jr.... ".j, '-" 'tbiuga treasury|e$7243,0lid'whlch:: la\con Missouri last,year. to'eDforce'the"anti- .
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.'., ''.y-:r'l: ', :?GtiI:...nt. y.uuu T .,A.. .'a.1 allaw.. .:., 'For. ..- the';month of December there, .was- a' company out 'of the .state' entered on- 'anew W I I I I I I
1 ': -:: 'of aggressive: .Attorney
:. f> lfJ.t 'Pt"p.d surplus >f5Us,111;' and stage when
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'-" ,% 'P' L. :Found Quilt General Hadley brought Vice ...
/ 'm '..;sissiner lie'thois a r .rWi.. .mansgaads utMiantTayiof' ,
President Rogers.' WWlam'.G. Bocke-
< ':'' GalITe1; ; :AlIr>parn; >>oeaaetwu 'toe"court martial .which. recently .
g.t'.F. ; ,'l 'tto.dismiia"the...."uho.. dy' tried Lieutenant'''' Taylor of the coast teller.and J. D.:Archbold.CommissionerF. with'their attorneys E.. L. BRADY & BRO. # 't
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: Sanborn the Missouri
K. ? supreme
t'Qeoask him to take aback .tof .
honor asking
;ttat the forcewas. placed on its sergeant by '
his' nbtirdlntlteitbatbe teat la atheater has rendered a court for a hearing New.York
.II .told $ ) Groceries Hay Grain and all Food Products
The to show that certain
object was t
_{ -, wooM pay.attention to'pansThe / Verdict of guilty and sentenced Taylor %
i'Jt. < f.".Municipal Ownership':.J league' ,, to'a reduction.of twelve flies! in rank. on companies alleged to be Independentare We handle produce of aU kinds. We are agents for)[&18'Fertilisers. We deal exclusively

'" ;",..uv> not'trying tojpreyent rile seating Commander YfungXpunlshmant.! in reality branches, of idle. greattrust. In the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write.us for prices oo

t-(','ff: '-of:Mayor*McClelkn; started 'off OD'a'I '. 'Commander: Lnden Young of the gunboat Evidence to' this effect was given Grain( and all Groceries,.!delivered. .your station. E. L. BEADY &: BRO.,TITcIVtLLJ:,FixStaple"and .
form bookkeeper of the
= by a r
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'r. new br opposing the ieitfni'of .nnttWt the boiler of which -
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.. ".y. IsrezIdent KiOowin' .of'Ae board'ofataermenjMtbe I exploded;at Sea Diego, CaL. July 21, Standard pany men Oil refused company to answer, but the pertinent oil com- I GONER & CO., '

t round tnat the board 'causing the loss of sixty lives, hu been
-i'Ml-' wain the?..JudgV of" his quallficatiozL; sentenced by the court martial to be questions br.advice of counsel Hay. Grain, Fruit and-

; This'would'Install'their.:candldafe,' ..Jtffr : reprimanded by. the secretary of theuVJ' Labor Law'Invalidated. Fancy Groceries Produceof all Hinds,
Q..i' 'ejps;Stokes,'and. 'leave Mcfcowai 1 1fl The '-appellate''division"of the New

# ,.' ,to;bWnf pipceedings;; hi which eta the;-1 '. York supreme"court In the case against VEGETABLES SPECIALTY .
,t beopenedl Harry Marcus .charged with coercing ,
kellot.boxes-might
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: I/al""Ltoltt: g.For:.f.CUyeUiML I LEGISLATIVEMr. an employee.iDto an agreement not to TItu: v'ilYe. I I P1orida. ,,

', ., ,:t tile first session of.the new Cleveland t become a member of any labor organization .
!!" '. : '' HtpbumV .te Bill has reversed the lower court and .
; fcfty council the ,chamber was ,
:' :lighted by electricity from'the new municipal 'When congress reassembled, on Jan. 'released the defendant, holding that the

". : ,.Brooklyn'plant South. .five Brooklyn miles swap was, at recently South 4 Chairman on interstate Hepburn and of the foreign house committee commerce exact section such which an agreement forbids an Is employer unconstitutionaL to- Sind. your Job Printing to The Star Office


it: .. .annexed. **ef a:hard fight.with the introduced his railroad rate'regulation .

'I: C1eTelanL.:>f ctric- Illuminating' com- bill, which is understood ,to Decision Touching Trust Cases.

t :'panyibecafuse 'the 'village owned .its represent the views'of the'administra- The United States supreme court de-

:Vfjlrji: Plant, ilayor:Johnson says tion and to be used as the basis of the cided in the case of Ballman. the Cincinnati

:>' \. :thai. the pbnt will be now enlarged f sos measure ;which the house will adoptIt broker, who refused to testify SAN MATEO CIGARSThe

: to.be raWe..'.to"'compete. with'the.prl.'Tate gives the commerce commission the for the federal grand Jury, that he was
'i' luting ft right to establish a maximum rate right In refusing to answer'certain

Net company.Nemlnated. within thirty days without Interruptionfrom questions on the ground that it would success of the San Mateo Cigaris

". Blackburn ,court appeals pending the decision tend to' incriminate him. This Is regarded one of the greatest triumphs
first lath. .
." On the ballot Democraticlegislative of'the courts on the appeals. as a blow against the government's of the East Coast since the freeze. .
caocua at Frankfort:; Ky..
position regarding the right of
La Follett Senator.
Thomas H. Paynter was nominated a
;t' 'Judge for the United States senate. Sea The feature of the reopening day In the'grand Jury to.insist upon the testimony Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula of Florida and the

recef1vad' 39 votes to 34 for SenatorBlackburn the senate was the swearing in of former of witnesses in the antitrust Island of Cuba can produce, and wrapped with the rich, silky leaf crown on East

.tt 12 votes scattered. Governor La Follette of Wisconsin cases. Coast plantations, the cigar industry of the world has never produced a better article.
with. For sale all the leading hotels and clubs and the Union News
, who was escorted to the clerk'sdesk No Help For Goebel Murderer. by by Company
Administration Controls.New York. oh every train entering Florida.
by his political enemy! Senator The United States supreme court on
and election of James
: The nomination Spooner. As the two passed down the Jan 2 affirmed the c conviction of JamesB.
Wi'.Wadsworth,Jr, for speaker of the Manufactured by S W. ROWLEY: San Mateo Fla.
\; center aisle'arm in arm the; whole senate -, Howard of Kentucky for the murder ,
1: New York state,".assembly by a large" laughed ,and aft audible.. giggle of Governor Goebel Jan. 30, 1900, How.

1 majority: In the Republican caucus indicated could be beard from the gallery. 'Senator ard having been-sentenced to life. 1m' ifr

:' that the rule of ex-Governor 'Spooner.: realising that the joke prisonment after three trials 'hi Ken- r
.. and State:Chairman Odell had ended '
was on him: laughed also: La Follette lucky.

sand thai.in its place the.tD.1uencof regarded the. whole proceeding ,with .. T
;' ; Governor HJgt' V U the friend and great seriousness' and went through it Imperfect Digestion

. : ally of President Boo evelt; was supreme without a smile. The two men are Means less nutrition and in conse- The GeoS H. Fernald'Hardware Co.
'
i .-r.k 'a 'in' the party councils. Wads- about the same site which below the qoeqce less vitality. When the liver fails tc.

1 worth reeelrea 75 Totes whereas only medium. to secrete bile, the blood becomes.loaded ..

'j 14 ware recelTt4 by OdeU's candidate, with bilious properties, the digestion becomes .
: Merritt, and 15 by WainwrlihtGoviraarle Bailey Declines Leadership. impaired and the bowels constipated
{ : Condemns: Lobby. Senator Bailey of Texas, whose election ,Herbine will rectify this;it gives MACHINE SHOPS [
: '. !rick to succeed Gorman as leader of tone to the stomach, liver and kidneys, r

.,:,", Jn Ake message to'toe Ohio legislatureA the senate'minority;was conceded, an strengthens the appetite, clears and improves

J .If.j(.r- Governor Herrick earnestly recommends nounced his unwillingness to take the the complexion, infuses new life
i "/ ", the abolishment the lobby place, saying that he had not "acquiredthe and vigor to the whole system. 50 cents a Plumbing and Metal Work
to those who are tiottle. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy, and
: ; 'in ... to called "milking EauGallie Pharmacy, EauGallie, Fla.OAS'1WOR.A. .
:t ., responsibU i for ao elrcumlt DCel."

i ,:;,:! bills". introduced.money.from for special the purpose interests.of To Pay President's Fares."A .' > .BUILDERS'HARDWARE. PAINTS & OILS, )
KtorOag
'f \-I'.' .. The Etpubllcans have a majority oftwo' bill appropriating $15,000 each year .snth TbI Cif ri fr /JaJIFillo
, : for the president's transportation ex-
in the house and the Democrats Agricultural
! ,y < Implements
penses was introduced In the bouse by ]
nave a majority of one hi the senate. .
McCall of Massachusetts, who wishes

! :: $Ut. Prints, For Virginia. the president tobe independent of the SANFORD FLORIDA '

: it spvernor of \Trglnla has recommended railroads nd. still not. have to payout ,
t
'J'.. that an appropriation be made of bis own pocket ". A
-' 'to theeoatofer8ctingandvequlpingVataie j
: COYIC .
.' F pi1lif; Oftat>;cost of |50(00 ,. .

onitccodnt Of the printers'; strike I CRIMINAL. I :: \

:: '*a he says it Is impossible to get state

j' ; work done at reasonable cost ,The Burlington Indicted. The Engine is the Heart of the Boat II

t Warfltld Per. .Primary fm. The federal grand Jury at Chicago .

} ::- Governor War eId, of H&r11aDd..1nj has indicted the .Chica,j, Burlingtonand Don't have a good boat with i 1

j his message UTS' stress on-the'need of Quincy railroad. Its first vice president ei.r ;/ son a bad heart. Don't spoil a va -: i .

:,." 'a'new>rime." law and denounced the Darius Miller, and Claude 0.Burnham 71 .,.. cation or a cruise because of a '._ I

s conventlob'system.as a weapon of poi a foreign freight agent, on Then mi..McCall Paaten..IcI.....V.-. poor, uncertain engine. Regal ,.t ..
.. Bflcal bosses.. He.'stands for publicity the charge of!granting rebates.. The States thai of any other auks ol paitetni. -Thu.. a .
account oi their.tyly MCaney and i.i.lutb.McC11I's marine engines are four cycle i
i" ia the financial transactions of political Indictment contained twenty-six counts, lapst..CTM 0._01".....,-. .1 i I
: automobile
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.' On type jump
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!; ".' ::'w.1:1 A'-f1t\H.-*i?0.tt j.\ j'A Resign.t i the charging United that States'Steel rebates were Products granted Ex-to .jrfir'i pwesnbanberetb.nanraker v jubKhjrtio.AoMM. K.'.......)cn.tffM.90 Karat..Mumb .MiCIM. !.Male rr spark i ignition. Rated Ij h. p., f J 1

t .' tern Free. SukMrib tod>r. 3 h. and 5 h. in
i .waalatodneed in the port COIIII6P 'at.Naar, Yak which is Hudsa spa itt.. p. p. single cylinder I
; A resolufles branch oft the steel trust Tor each LgvLis.f.Waited._ ea....(..(el fa*4*. 8 b. p. and 15 h. p. in \: !
} 5 ,New.York state senate by Mr. Brackett a | an-m) and -am Caialof C........... '
} 'eaUlBf '''''?' CI>sancey. .lL. Dope to of. the'tweaty4lx-offeDSes alleged the ,5515 Mae A4dl.TIl& JIcC.U.L co..11w doable cylinder, and 30 h. p. in 1 ;

.! ,resign b*seat! in the.Dntt' d States sen Elklas'act provides a be-of from $1- four cylinder engines. i.. r
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the'didoslisdbet 000 to f2000ft AH the: shipments were HCW.J'SIocky !
.ate In view of : -Wrlta for neirett tgeat- '
.i .. ; ... to Vancouver. ,'B; c.. and,Tarious roads Mountain Tea Nuggets
:. ". ?.'....gr. #. = .,. .:. ::t.<,c.EgdtableLth. over which the-goods''passed mar. be A Buy Uaclidn br Buy Peopl Don't make any kind of ar.raogemeat .

!. :: v.' Involved.r. {; IdqI 00L djn Enlth ud EuuwedA PI j about aa eagi&e uttl ;
J., .Hlnt F1eB.IlotllefN+r r. .' Bomb Kills", Ex-Govt- >norV neeific far GonatipaHoo.lodleestlon Live you sea our ciUloit 12.
The a'an"men : Governor, Qoqdinf, of, Idaho has assisted c!. Bad Breath. Stunfeii Bowels. HadacheBackache
' g of Jf r Tort utfss i.tte.lefWatnre nfl It's Eocty Mountain Te*to tabs Regal Gasoline Engine Co. Coldwater Mich. :
: a actively investigating the killIng -
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. to slSfetl* dectfc) ; ? "' Frank Steu- DSP COMPACT, ibdboa,Wta.
of.etormer Governor
" aanlnations easy and to Alto nuanl tctnrers of the famous E Stationary Engines. ,
direct
make nenberg of Boise br the explosion of a GOLDEN tUGGETFos SALLOW PEOPLE "
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<" > ;.:, _. ..,..,.: ,. : ... .,'. &. ._ the PaWio InatrotioitI .
A \;. iifllba to:.the .front To County.Board*of
pmbedprotniaentty
', -:?: ;J};" ..... Wilt .1r.dMiirf- -.U.. -.then :1 IIgOeMa. .. : ........
,p .,'sA !:" ?.,"Wr. I..aa.heei.c ....-. ::-=:.2 i.-...., .;j <<-.f.J4. ,.":.' ..r..,.-ill;. UIe"bli.. :eonvention.. of the 'Interstates L ;,desire,_to cal, your;suentjoa Ito.the 1

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.-'i-;H:::'fr;;' f., ,1)j.};.:,"; ;$ '" .....hrih 1i : ..,....;,.-,.;.;!. .1;.'; .> UIII.' .O(Wheejin&fcs9e.Aalred ;.:on::Feb. 7th,:-8tb eat be granted'to any senior.'high;school li-
li.t1"k- 1rfl' : .:' '':: > -' lark Friday/'and=will edthe : *
; < "T ''. nod 9tfc. :* Delegates will be'prnfrOm whose principal is not:the.;,bolder. ;o f a.
#arieebejtudsasiaedtbsttltrttwIt ..... i Wi itilu : -
J !","... ... .. wIfather. Riad'aaot5ey. ; ill the states represented ft ,the-.assocla- state certificate.; .
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:; ..' '.1.'i. -. ,"... .-a q., .__'.. .'.....Jl.h.. ... .. a, L..... .'". ; < dOD and.the Florida delegation beadedbyGoiernor : Should : of public instruction
Nr I' .. 1t" II.. : ... .. y "J..iify .\"-'''') """ ..,..q..-.. ::;.; .". ... .. any county.board: '>. .
.; ,>\: Jti.iy' ;&. ,' ;, &'K.J.Jtn.e.-: : aDd )(.n.. Bro>rud' leave l nothing refuse to comply with this,regulation ".

-. .''-,;:<"""..j'".iIi ,;; ;,;;;f.. ",,:a1ibY.."" ........: ,bONnely.d:'.=.::;".? ;:"'...:.t.appeaed:>.>.";.,;-:..-;.....bill--t,: W.:Ai: ;i'.Warnock jtft 1 '""and;.'."Mrs..",Mae"' ;:arrjvedT..V undone tending' to attractittention to the ,:such refusal_on.its'part will. cause 1 I

: ilftit f \ utateof. :1f .... bJ.t1i, s iatardayiuDd wmrai, ,usual, ependtbeii5 : practictlly, ; unlimited. possibilities of-'this all schools under its;supervision, ,which :
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'i1'l: l pifrf' Chief JaetiveHotgombhom, iter at. :Mrs.Degrauw'8-beatiralEl-; State. have. heretofore-- received. $600. aa a senior
.otir: J1f:: :'it .>;:: '<:;:;>;; dorahomeu- ---5-: s: ,* );: .* dipt. D. -G. Puree,:of Savannah, 'the nigh school appropriation*,'to. forfeit'tbe

..RM1:"', if 'f-r.g.firi : tiT 'r.iP'T$'tb0,a6pr8f00.,,--r:;''("','e0011."JOtks?t...."..:}% '........;'l'$:p-Iris>P'it' ;;"" ., i"': '..;. x_ .. "'if.* ,,*i prudent of the Interstate Sugar CaneSrowers' same. j>
:;J.1 Jb fleet Aipalial fa bi el ted> t13e F ': ,The F. E*>C. ,-railway" has:sent r three .
? "ft**< j. A-s._ -. .. r* ib association, who is recognized In order to accommodate as far as possible
W ., f' ;; : ; doable carloads of be1rrtO'.O&ld; Hill '
..: cp>""4 "" :::: ., ;::Z.:t' ".jtwa' :f luly t7'B';..li. e,aeve&.. .. ;::Jourywn -' "' sic leader in'all that pertains :to "tbe interests .' all persons,who may desire to;'apply -
>-.t' : : which our dtiiens v htve placed r around

;'. :, :-'f'.:$"$J.1-: '::.;'. n"s.SC .."and. .then..<'j"-ajofepted, .. 'C'/w;ppointment' ...".. '. the pssND1er and elgbt'de".1. ; y. of the cane'p'wers; after an:ex ,for a state certificate., I have decided INfD TY.; M IIS''pHUNrtulDd
i ) six years. tended trip through Florida in 'the interest to.hold examinations flr'this purpose beginning *
:!i-I1" ;.it. 'tptbtlenpremeconrt r theirtlmpiovementand: more is'
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'.. o_ June 5th 'and
: =- v of the big convention said:, Tuesday, 1906,.
"'.l; .tf. k .f ..' petted ebortl t. KIM
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Z 4 TJbtt well the St.: AugaatinM.!: .. '.&a ."Gov.. N. B. Broward will head the continuing for four days, at the following .
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't'IJ'g 't'1' ". r.wtdchisasbrighta' 7 : '- publication;:as: ,1Ir.and Mm:R.H. Massey,of Chester, Florida.delegation J'and will be one of the places: Marianna, for the accommodationof <

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a ; r.r : : 8. C.j with;Jheir nieces, Miss ,Eminie leading speakers at the convention. I Middle and, West, Florida applicants; Cold Affected Head and Throat
:- j; ;. ;; ; its .Mme.: indicates. ,'i11Je1. ,the. .good people ,
,
s 'L"r: "t. Fudge, and' the '-Misses Jessie and Eva have his positive acceptance of the .invitation Jacksonville, for the accommodation of "

4 'y:.','. ''. ;of thA Ardent city"to;coma memorato:!the tfcCulloujth,ire'vwtingtheir brotherlnaw to speak at that time: and have all applicants residing in East Florida; -Attack Was Severe,

t. if :'' foal hundredth anniversaryof ofthe; Kttle. -I:. Mr.'J.;'C.cnuough. Mr. Mulled ;completed all arrangements therefor., He Dade' City, for the/ accommodation of Chas W,Bowman,net Lieut.aDd Al,jtr f
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A.u:: -./ "' Iaentrof. tbe, oldest\city .in. 'the United. ough had Dot seen bis daughters since '.will be introduced to the, convention by those,who live,in South Florida. These, 4th M, 8. M, CaT,''
{ .. -, ".$:, Iran -. --in caving.,South Carolina nearly_ ;four years Governor Blanchard, of Louisiana! examinations will be held under the direct ., aa follows: | i
S'1 That to .importan'date
t ... : ..- < .Btatea... .. : .- .. "The, subject of Got 'Broward's address supervision of the state department Though somewhat.arenw topateutmedicine ':

} 1($ the history:.of this state_and:tbe.whole of ago.The will be on the possibilities for sugarcane of education. *, end still more averse to bc l

f.Y: .. .Florida., .should assist to mate it a success.... Barker- House is"full, having near.. growing when the Everglades have Any applicant 'who. may not. be prepared coming a profeeelonal affidavit nun, it'iwmi J

k 1' ..... ffr.': ;!'. -r j..-,......' ...-....;1 ;..*;, Iy twenty guests. Among them are .,. been reclaimed. The reclaimink of'the complete the whole eaxmination only a plain duty In the preient :-

! \\f .: :4 I It ia particolarly" noticeable in. the. politics and Mr .14ntzinpr-and' three boya..,',of instance to Add experience to tho
: Everglades as every Floridian knows is at'this time will be permitted to take an columns already written concerning tb. }
Mr
Baltimore; and M 8i Wr T. Anderson
:t.- f ak.;.; 'i' .. .'. 'of.:..New.... 'York' .city... that' ." since. -the re ,\Mr.and Mrs.* Rademaker'aad; two being pushed by GOT. Broward with' the examination on any five of the ten subjects curative powers of Perun. .

;itrt :" :' '-. cent election! formayor' that Mayor Mc- and greatest energy and at the Mobile con he may choose. The :examination on .cl bav. been particularly benefited
ladies and Mr. Mrs. Libben
.: .J e; ., I young rention be will show the wonderful possibilities the remaining. subjects maybe takenat by Its me for colas la the bead tad
' ;. .; ,: Clelian ignoring Mr..Murphy: :, popularly and son:, They have refused many, ap of throat. 1 have HU Mil to fully care
: the completion of this projectwill the close the teachers' summer
I.- <_ known to fameae the."bW-of Tammany pliest'ionefox board. Why does, no one oiytclf of a most severe attack la
1 f to the cane training. schools, held at Tallahassee and
bUild a boarding house or hotel in Oak open sugar growers. torty-elfbt barn by It* uu accordtef
;;:::' ,Hall organization-at. least such is It "The distinguished Floridian will also Gainesville; the exact date of which will to directions. I"ult a a prev llrt:
t Hill? would be inveetmnLOuiait1lcuoDlfor"sportsmen
a paying
1 fi' ; the,positive'assurance of the New York show the wonderful opportunity offeredto be announced later. whenever threatened with. attack."Members
are unex of family also OM It
fl" my
?.: Worid," .which'.hu.iDsisten&v'declaredl. celled.. sugar cane growers on the lands being for like ailment We are recommend-
J I It" -" ,. denuded of trees by the turpentine operations 7 ToUt for Motor Boats '
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",, : ." .that. Murphy must. go. There is good ree i ing it to our fl1endl" C. W.Bowman
I
t Motion to quash Denied This soil is peculiarly
everywhere.
tp. f reason to hope'that"Mr. McClellan will .'."" .. ... *"* In order to increase local interests In Pe-ru-n Contahi Hiro&U
1 States in adapted to this produce and as the trees One Pernna has found per-
United
In the court Monday, reason why
- : the motorboat at Palm Beach Fred
boQedffectie races ,
mate the' "- dty a good,;; Jacksonville, tbe-inoUoDtp''quash indictment disappear acre after acre can be added to manent use in so many borne If that Itcontains
has the Florida CoastLine
n ," mayor, anTperhaps, it is not necessary. to No. 176 in the case of the United the land devoted to cane production."The .- Sterry Canal requested and Transportation no narcotic of any kind. It cube

'eay that he can hardly do it by substituting States 'against -'Helen' Williams-Poet 1 profit is a large one and the company used any length of time without toquiring -
to allow all boats which intend to par habit.
a drug
:. himself for.Murphy as .the head of charged with"fradulent use of the mails, wealth of state can be almost measurably ticipate in the races, to pass through the Adores Dr. Hartman, President of

kti-- Tammany. was ordered denied.. The second trial of increased'thereby. The possibilitiesof canals free of toll This request has been' The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
Florida limitless and the future of
\ this famous cast! is set for next Monday. are granted through the 'kindness of Geo. F. Ohio, for free medical advice. All nor
state is the brightest of in the -
The golden.fruit still continues to go your any Miles,and the toll keepers have received vwpondence held strictly confideniiaL'
: Union.
Cuba Vegetables DemoralizedW.
=' forward from Florida in large quantities "The of the Florida instructions from the canal company to Ask Your Druggist for Free Peruna
P. Gowell, ofGuines, Cuba, is on standard cane syr honor
fof- [ all passes signed by Mr. Sterry, Almanac for 1906.
.i especially the east coast and good is "
from up improving every day, says Capt.
the New York market and is making his. as secretary and treasurer of the Palm
for'same is steadily streaming : Parse, "and. the grade has been so con
j money ... headquarters with the A. F. Young com Beach Motorboat association between

: way. While the_crop has not been un pany. He says that when,he left Guinea stantly raised that today the Florida pro- January 25th and February 5th.

usually'large,' still it will bring into our last week the rains which have been do- .duct stands well up to the front. cIGA1 ,
of the in-
<'' of three mil lug so much damage showed some signsof "The magnitude cane syrup Bent Her Double
< state the snug sum perhaps is since
dustry rapidly growing,especially
letting,np, but they have been very "I knew no one, for four weeks, whenI
r' dollar or
lion mOre.and that ia a considerable it has been so conclusively shown that
disastrous. The Havana vegetable, crop was sick with typhoid and kidney

; amount for a single product In a showed promise' being the largest on not one one-hundredth' part of the syrup trouble" writes Mrs. Annie Hunter, of

put on the market aa !maple syrup and Pittebnrz. Pa., "and when I got better,
few to be sending
more years Florida ought -, record but as a result of heavy Drains the t
which has been commanding such high although I had one of the beet doctors I
-; :, oat meat, stock, vegetables and staples output will hardly be more than last sea could get, I was bent double, and had to _
son, which is about 50 per cent of the prices contained any of the sap of the rest my hands on my knees when I r-
: to such. an extent that ..tIie.orange tree. And that the of
original estimate. maple now eyes walked. From this terrible affliction I

Nt crop'will figure merely 'as so much pin Shipments during January and February the people have been opened and the was rescued by Electric Bitters, which

of the is restored my health and strength, and i
desirableto adulteration cane being
However, it is always syrup
money.' will be greatly demoralized, but if now I can walk as straight as ever. They

have the amount of pin 'money sufficiently weather proves favorable it is expectedthat suppressed by an irresistible adverse pub- are wonderful." Guaranteed to cure

large to meet all possible Grants.fcv March shipments will be liberal, lic sentiment the future is indeed very stomach, liver and kidney disorders; at r

consisting mostly of tomatoes, with some bright. Red Cross Pharmacy; price 50 cents. YOU WILL ENJOYany
L-:: .
Col. E... R. Gunby'e. resignation from I eggplant and peppers.Culture It was almost entirely through the efforts of our popular brands of cigars. Wereceive
of Capt. Puree that the United them fresh from the manufacturers
of the board of trade
membership Tampa Club Programme States department of agriculture established ROBBINS and that's why

has caused a bit of surprise to Floridian I the experimental station at Way- THEY RETAIN THEIR FINE FLAVOR
I The following programme has been arranged -
: member that the Ga.BDlIetin. & and uniform in Our
The retiring charges for the Progressive Culture club cross, GRAHAM are quality. cheap-
No. 93, issued recently by the cigars smoke better than moet expensiveones
board had by endorsing'the candidacy -
,k I.for. the next three'montbs: vA/., bought elsewhere. Well made cigars
the actual workings
of his successful opponent, Col. Macfar- Feb. 5th-Business meeting. department, shows by from selected tobacco well cured
Paid 2300000.
Capital )
(Incorporated.
op
at this station that both
experiment
j Feb. .12th-History Day. Roll call makes an exquisite smoke. We have
lane for reappointment as collector of ;
,. .
fermentation and crystallization can be This owns lands that kind.
Quotations France Mri. French company
Morgan
cuetom at Tampa, been guilty of a "per1 ; '' ; successfully combatted by thorough and in the Indian River Country RED CROSS PHARMACY,
1 Literature, Mrs. Cnrtiss; Paris, Mrs. Wil
v e : version of the purposes for which it was !' scientific boiling without the admixtureof ,on the St. Lncie River, TITUSVILLE.
at New River, and on Biscayne -
'j organized." It seems that the only resolution : son.Feb.. l Washington Day. Roll call; acids other compounds or glucose, all Bay.
ft. of which are injurious to the huwan
1 ,. passed by the board on the snbjectof Quotations; Geo. Washington, Mrs. Monroe LA POSADAA

'*' r- Col. Macfarlane was that in which ; Colonial, Literature, Mrs. Brown; stomach. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. Pleasant Bbl
This fact of so much importance to the Fimfly
Mrs. Rollins.
Reading,
1 r: the latter was appointed to go to Washington Feb. 26th-Village Improvement.- cane growers' has been learned on v Send for land list. 8t Augustine, Florida

:- to refute the charges made by the through the experiments at this siaiiuu
tusville's Needs, Mrs. A. Brady. ; Ways OFFICES Convenient to Union Depot
,
;< 3 United States Tobacco Journal. This is and Means, club members. despite slight claims advanced heretoforeand 'I and to all points of interest

regarded as non-political action' and it is March 5th-Business meeting. the gratitude of cane growers will TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. Beautifully Located and Otta iO-U -Tttr
out tu Capt. Purse for his efforts
naturally
rk a generally thought that Col. Gunby hasacted March 12th-History Day:. Trip to Italy in their go behalf. RITES:

Mrs. Percy Walton; Itaian! Art, Mrs..
f 1.50 and $2.00
; with extreme haste in the matter per day
Rollins, Music, Mrs. Prindle. Special rates to families
icy of resigning and that his complaint is not March 19tl-Lihrary Day. Suggestions Mile Under Thirty Second I of Mel- and permanent lIlelI.MrS. ....
Mr. Stewart, our
The News that
Daily
well founded. for adding to library from members; Daytona says 0. Gould Proprietress

... Books of Reference* Mrs. Wager; New Harry Fletcher has been making remarkable bourne office,creating; our ,

There is room for a million more farms Books, Miss Daisy Brady. time on the beach recently with Furniture Department to J. L. MOBLEY

to and farmers -Florida, says the Tampa March 26th-Fiction Day. Roll call; Geo. W. Young's 110-horsepower Fiat. meet the genuine wants of ,

Times, and at the same time it says that Favorite Quotations; Early Novelists, The other day he drove' the machine a lilt the people, and he now TITUSVILLE, FLA.,

?' Mrs. L A. Brady; Modern Fiction. Mrs.D. Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kal-
have the
hundreds of thousands of copies of a comprehensive h claims to most
measured distance of of
B. Pritchard<< ; Reading from Fiction, three-quarters a eomining, Staining, Finishing and PaperHanging
S. r manual telling all,about flor- Mrs. Rathbun. mile over the beach in 20 seconds. This Ii complete line of House Furnishings I at the moet reasonable price

ida should be printed and circulated 2nd ever sun on the consistent with good workmanship.
April Business
meeting. was at a rate of 27 seconds per mile.
Work anywhere on the East Coast
through the north and west. This is April 9th-History Day. Spain. Mis. river.
Fletcher was timed by three men holding Till Specially solicited. Let me know what

true except that each county should undertake Lorillard; Spanish Explorers, Mrs. A. stop watches. The b each was in perfect tt Our prices are right and you want and get my estimate on it.

\ the task for itself. This bas been Brady; Reading from Byron, Mrs. Wager. I Prompt attention given to all work.
April 16th-Easter. Roll call I; Quota condition. IM we take all kinds of pleas-

,done in hundreds of counties" through the Lions; Easter in Foreign Lands,Mrs. Nelson The Diamond Cure I1 I ute in quoting them. EAST COAST MEAT MARKETMTTOVILLE.
and there be doubt
great west, can no Easter at Home, Miss Palmer; Reading *
The latest news from Paris, is, that II You have hcar8of Angle 0.1r.h11uafLout,
.. that it was a paying investment. That Mrs. Denham.
they have discovered a diamond cure for | Lamps? Some people call
i}: vast region was well settled with an ex April 23rd- federation Day. consumption. If you fear consumption I

: 'e celled class of people largely) through *April| tb-Social Day.A .- or pneumonia, it will, however, be best them Angel Lamps. Writeus Florida and

j..V for you to take that great remedy men- and we will tell the l
4---* such agencies. An attractive pamphlet tioned by W. T. McGee, of \an leer, you

t!. .... describing' the inducements to Surprise Party Tenn.caI had a cough, for fourteen joke on Mr. ktfeUcr.t lesteroHeats

! properly- A pleasant surprise party may be given years. Nothing helped me, until I took

?t-, ;, immlraD&e offered by Brevard.. jodio- to your stomach and liver, .by taking a Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption FEE & STEWART CO.
-A throughout the north ; medicine which will relieve their pain Coughs>> and Colds>> which gave instant
.' iouely'distribnted. and discomfort viz: Dr. King's New Life relief and effected a permanentcure.

_ \: and northwest:in large numbers would Pills. They are a most wonderful remedy, ." Unequalled quick cure, for Melbourne and Fort Pierce : of all Kinds.
.- affording relief and cure for headache and troubles.
sure throat lung At the Red \N ,
bring hundreds of here to locate.
& good men _
r dizziness and constipation: 25c at Cross Pharmacy; price 50c and $1.00, r __

,;.- ':, : < >' Red Cross Pharmacy. guaranteed. Trial bottle free. FLORIDA.

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Y fOi.1&r4oii'. commutation. .. .of. the_ pardoning, boafcJ..f_ '....40 ;.. The-- datejofexecution & entry.of his great car:paring been received this machine can do.< 3d ,street. to the northern limits of the e
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; further
-'4:'' ? rut'"' ''''' VlW;;"jliembira'- of;; 'the' CookGott ,There. :Tare. ; two thousand. ..h.- pupils enl the. twelve' .events. .. for,";,1 1ci- -It Is eligible of Copt L. L., Dodge and. hasbeen It is, decreed.that the. -*

.t''Li'""', -ty"'AemocitlcT..wuimake; .tjtrlp'-'. ''';. roped,. :in .the public :schools. .of, badecounty. Including 'the, tw_o-mile a-minute pursued day and night without have no rights. ..to.the strip of land s

_; {tojFlorida during, the [list 'dayi. :.of -, -A uniform 'course ofatudyll'- race for'" the'. gold" speed. '.crown: and. the stopdur DI 'this long period,with,, the described above,, the submerged lands ': t

;;.-. .",' .* *- followed=the genraIFschooii which mile straightaway' for the Dewar CUP."There result that a canal, 120 feet, wide .andranging in.front. thereof'-or: the riparian rights, j I.

;-:-,4-; "re&IUII.rJ., ; .. .Uncle-Sam< has coveifrom. 'the (ftrst1 graija ;to- theelghtn -will ..now "be ,rivalry galore from 11 1.2 to 17 feet In and that the defendants; their agents ,
iThe'smill
t;''Slt.jsSZ& !hit W."'.; --. -- ; .- ", ?-steamer' _. down theY 'inclusive. :,as.;well'-as' in the between the two scions of the.Vanderbilt d "
I -j. .;. begaaYregnlar. ten-daY-trips schools at and perpetually'enjoined Interfering '.' :
1". ,Coast 'inland waters high. Miami- West Palm family for pre-eminence. in the about four miles. and from t
kTlet between
r .-....Jti "- ;.. Beach; where in addition to tie eight racing game.. Willie K. Jr.. as maker The .of the' work, has been with': plaintiffs possession, and 14
expense
'..;"":> "
TViytftTHij'f'td''MilT
',,i3.'k,""' ;; j> . ,.... l. gradesi'a. : full' toni'years' course' to of the world's record in'39 seconds'on borne .entirely, by the, railroad come I from, instituting or maintaining suitor j

i i.;" :\;cThoL*.,Lana-Bmwn': has opened the high .school is prodded. The Ormond beach, and" as donorof the icnr which ,entered .into.an agree I suits, or interfering' with complainant1 'ji

n ;< : headquarters in.Wadhington"'foreampaign total enrollment as mentioned above the'great' full of .
; -t : cup 'on, International race ment with the government that if 10: i free and exclusive ownership

\ 'his: for.a'big, appropriation is;.based, '.on l year's. report and bearing his name, Is recognized as'the would cut the canal on the other side I said land, and the right to fill in :.the
.
1i 'for: a canal" exposition' in Tampa\\1D this .year Indications are that It will most :.prominent' figure in American and ,do all necessary 'work there in submerged land lying in front thereof.

i 4 1908. *v" beat', least 20. per cent: higherMlami' .- bold stroke II adjudge'd aril t
: .tt"f'. .,.. ," as :- auto racing. By' one giving Miami an entrance to and from It is further' ordered, _

W.- .. F't7oachman, has retired' ,, News. Alfred G. now seeks, .the .premierI'.lace. the sea to a depth of 18'feet, that they decreed that that part of the said strip i

1 f president.!of 'the. Florida Bank "and :A'large number of people. gathered It. was his 'ambition to have an (the railroad company) would cut the of land extending from a line. drawn '

-Z"; :Trust Company .of Jacksonville..,.and around the convicts being ,transfer,, American car of his own design to ciannel across the bay to' a similar, across the center of 7th, street to a

K,t 'has been succeeded' by Cant. ,C.- E.. red: from; Ocala. 'to" Perry at the union win the gold speed crown and furnisha depth. point opposite the center of 3d street

&rGarner. depot ,last night. Many of; the prison. formidable home opponent. 'to the The railroad company proposes to vas, and is,.designated as .a public park

it' t : fj: .In 'the Circuit Court .at. Qcalalast era. were. 'known.:to the people here, \ictortous Hennery and .his Darracq live up to this agreement and although ut that the riparian rights incident or

.ff..f 'Monday elaborate reaoiutions .com and some conversed. with them. They end the' great Lancia and his Flat. He the ,work'will be abandonedfor appurtenant. thereto are reserved for

memoratfng.the : were dinner here, and while ail .ho has aspirations to be the world's constitute the private
: ,death of the late Gen; given. the. present or until such time as dedication and

,Robt 'Bullock' were presented and showed goo 'treatment, and were in amateur champion", a 1d'to' ,that end- It is necessary to finish.the channel to property of complainant i

,,t':, spread neon i the minutes,.,and" many good. spirits,: the spectators sympathized names himself;aii pilot In. tie.. H 10-mile. the prescribed depth of '18 feet, the The decree; finally settles this case, l

eloquent',tributes. paidto. hi*'memory with them and especially with race for the .Corinthian championship work now being far ahead of that of which took its .course through the lower t

t f" :by members. of'. the bar; the ,two.white men. The;convicts in Paul Sartori, it. is 'understood, will the government This latter work court, which decree was in favor of

r .J. Hall. Brumsey recently appoint- this State certainly have a hard: time, drive the great flyer !in tho'.oP. means that the rock' bottom now ex. defendants, then plaintiffs, to the.higher
I
Volusla and the present diabolical system of events against. Lancia, Earp,, Hen which reversed the decisionof
i ed county solicitor In county posed,, must be blasted or crushed tribunal,

and shortly' afterwards charged selling them in ,slavery should be ab nery, Ford and White.?, r from a depth of from- 1.to, 6 feet In the said court in favor of plaintiffson

4 'with'having 'given a check on a bank olished. Let the State build a pen "The car is 110W'completed, and has order to .give the depth of 18 feet In apepal. .- .

itentlady and work her own convicts, just been fitted with a set of Fallois
1- .in which ,he had no funds' has beeudischarged the bay. .
internal t'res. It:'will .shipped to Ormond
on improvements-especially
} t' on preliminary: examlnatibn The dredge will be brought back.to
Co\ McCrory. public roads. If companies can employ tomorrow or Wednesday. M. iRlchard this side at and after under.
before unty Judge once
:them at good price French .designer, was Mr. Van
a capita
per
t 'Enthusiastic lady tourists In Or going some repairs will be sent to "SBYED )BY LffZ'nThat
the State can' work them to the same tJ rb lt'8 engineer in carrying out his '
v lando; according to the Reporter Long Key to do work in the building
advantage and not be guilty of deal- ideas.
discovered that the city water (\f the bridges and trestles for the extension .
have Ing .in human chattels.:.Live Oak "Entries for the Ormond-Daytona I ,
there and delicious of the road to Key West. .what a prominent a
is not only
: pure Democrat. meet will close today with W. J. Morgan

as a'.table water' ,,butfa also an effective at 116 Nassau str et.' Mr. Morgan A Florida Yacht druggist said of Scott'sEmulsion

-' cosmetic. producing a pleasing Weekly Weather Beport is enthusiastic over the number i All of the handsome and fast yachtsin a short time
: is highly
which
softness of the skin of the entries far '
and character so
the The :following Is.the. weekly Florida this winter do not belongto ago. As a rule we don'tuse
'
valued by, falrtsex. received, but he will make no announcement J
: weather report of the Florida Section winter visitors. Capt. John L. refer to testimonials f
.54 The canal company's dredge came of the list yet. He admitted or .
Inglis, large and
formerly
at.Jacksonville: a success-
down to Jupiter the first of the week The week averaged about three de- however, that the aggregatein ful manufacturer of sea Island cotton in addressing the public t

) and is now clearing out the canal be all the events was not far from 200. and
: grees warmer than the normal. There products at Madison, Fla., and latera but the above remark j
.twe 1"Jupiter'and Lake Worth. This Pric"
& ,
"A telegram from Anderson
was a great' deal cloudiness with successful 'developer and operator similar expressions are ,
needed doing and Superintendent of Ormond received by Mr. Morgan
of phosphate mines, has a
the rain area covering the entire very t
became of the tact made often in connec-
aware so
Gleason today states that the voting contestfor
beautiful the .
yacht
private Tuna
State An exces sot rain fell over all !
: and is attending to It' in his usual districts and there was damage to the queen of the meet, who' will' which is thus described by.the Miami tion with Scott's Emulsionthat

-t'' prompt and efficient manner.PalmBeach place the gold crown on the head of
Metropolis where, the handsome ves- of
seed beds and recently set plants they are worthy
News. the victor In the two-mile-a-minute
sel has been awaiting its owner fora
r tosses to the vegetable Interests were
:, State Attorney.J.;Walter Kehoe of southern rate is exciting all Florida. The leaders trip around the peninsula to Port occasional not e. From
moat pronounced over the
yg the first Judicial circuit, who recentlj are Miss Anna Champlain, of Inglis, via Key West: infancy to old age Scott's
portion of the State where the raint
"t changed his' residence from Marian Jacksonville, with 1,236; Miss Maude "The large and commodious power Emulsion offers reliable
of the current week increased the unfavorable .
q na to Pensacola, !s'being. "pronrii en'; conditions already'prevail. 'Frye, of Palatka, with 1,104, and Miss yacht Tuna owned by Capt. J. L.
of improper 3
ly mentioned" as a. candidate for Mary Semaroll, of Ormond, with Inglis and en route from Boston to means remedying
lug in southern counties and over a
x Congress from the Third District. He 1.089." Port Inglis on the west coast arrivedin and weak develop- ;t
portion of central counties., In Dade '
would make an excellent Congressman port Saturday afternoon from fleshand
t lost l
ment ;
restoring
county some vegetable lands were Congressman Clark has introduceda ,
'< his only handicap being that he Jacksonville and after taking on fuel
submerged and all plants were killed. bill in Congress providing for the vitality and repairing :
': parts,his name in the middle. and supplies will proceed to her desti ,
The work of replanting will begin as establishment of a Federal court In =- of
Jacksonville have nation. The Tuna is one of the most waste. The action 'r
men
Business_ oft soon .as the condition of the soil im Miami.
"The attractive and well arranged yachts is l
begun' the organization of Scott's Emulsion no
proves. The continued rains and .
Sheriff Freeman of DeSoto county ever visiting this port She Is copper .i
Company
Southern Life .Insurance weather to damage of than the
cloudy are beginning nore a secret :
has procured of fine bloodhounds
pair :
million dollars sheathed, 86 feet in length by 12
of one
with a capital Some fruit Is
such enterprise oranges. droppingand an dintends hereafter ta "let no guilty feet beam, and draws 4 feet of composition of the Emulsion :
;' in ,good hands, an deteriorating from the excess of
man escape"Governor water. She is fitted with four.
a !
but it itself. What it does
abould have a large success; moisture. Very little farm wprk was ,
tY successful Broward has, for the third cylinder Mnrray-Thegan engine for ;
takes big men to make a done during the week; some oats it does through nourishment -
... time, issued a warrant for the execution running dynamos for a complete j
aad
none
big life insurance company, The fall of oatsis :
were sown. planting the kind of nourish-
electric lighting plant. She has nine -
of Isaiah E. Cooper of Punta Gorda
It. ,
should undertake --.
but the best doing weil. Reviewing the weather .
I '
setting the date at February 23. sleeping rooms besides accommodations ment that cannot be obtained -
circuit court
filed In the conditions during December It is seen
A snit was
for a crew of four, and is fitted
Wednesday afternoon,.in which Chas. that the excess of cloudiness and rain Arthur Brown formerly of Titusvilleand with oak and mahogany trimmings in ordinary food.

.4"A Smith asks damages in the sum of is continuing during the present High Springs, has become associ- throughout. Captain Lawson Is in No system is too weak cr .

&J 15,000 from John B. Reilly. The action month, causing an unfavorable prospect ated with Editor Wilson in the. publica- command." delicate to retain Scott's 1

; arise horn certain .objeltions for vegetables. tion of the St Lucie County Tribune. '

r-.':". made by Mr. Reilly as alderman to Congressman Frank Clark has introduced Strobhar in Jail Emulsion. and gather good l ir '.

.
} .: the :apposntment of Mr. Smith as ,policeman. Bev.Carlisle P.B. Martin,L.L. D. a. bill to establish a national James N. Strobhar, formerly agent of from it> 'I.

;;tf.", ., The outcome of the suit will Of Wsverly Texas, writes: "Of morning military park and branch soldiers' home the Atlantic Coast Line at Gainesville, / j iV, will send i

'-'Ii!:'\ be watched with considerable interest when first arising, I often find a i at Olustee. It was referred to the corn. was brought to Atlanta last Saturday :,, sample itu.putss 1 !.t
troublesome collection of phlegm which :
from Canada to answer the charge of
Miami Record. produces a cough and is very hard to dislodge mittee on military affairs and ordered 3*.ur.that tta picture U tea
embezzlement brought by the Fulton nn of .tad ii on tin
signed but a small quantity of Bollard's wrapper
Broward on, Tuesday ; printed.
Y _Go_ Y. the Horehound Syrup will at once dislodge county grand jury and in default ol nay bottle of Emuiion you '
for execution of fish from Punta 'S'f.
the third death warrant and the trouble is I know of Shipments on' ice
it, over. no i $5,000 bail, was placed in the Atlanta
)": of-Isaiah Ev,Cooper; convicted medicine that is equal to it, and it is so Gorda for the nine days ending Tues- jail. SCOTT & BOWNEChemists R

ta".March .1903, of, the. murder of pleasant recommend to take.it to all lean persons most needing cordially a day night last week, amounted to six I It i ie also alleged that Strobhar embezzled H. ,

't- Town M&rsba1.J.. H. Bowman/of medicine for throat or lane trouble." car loads in bulk and 459 barrels, aggregating $20,300 from the Atlantic Coast: Line 409 Pearl St., R. Y.

E unta, Gorda. .J&D1W'1.1903. whose PoM by Rod Crow Pharmacy. and Eau 233,800 pounds. Punta. Gorda company while be was agent at Gainesville -

si sentence, confirmed by the Supreme H Iti..'y, Esn Gallie, Flit.s. Herald. ,' Fla. 50 .'u4S.; aD dranbts ;

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t'f'..;>" "k. ; .. A. department Instruction in military' .
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fio : Torkit up
'trl "'f..5 1W: '" f.. ."' ;between. .'1fi. Now" ,.. '.< ; hygiene, has been ,established at 2 ,A. o._ MACDON ,LL, 8.-G BOYI TON. Jr.,
-. r- ; ins; connecting with the Bur raUroad. traffic, for..several day*.: ; "
$ ,. Asst General PasaengerAgent Passenger Agent.
11 f'''-W ;: ? West' Point and the lessons of the ; \
.sf r"w .' .,lbtjto4 -andtlnlonPad9, Gk 011_the one ......> J.' .
.;-<',, ('(' .. ;;: '0 '"' de'aiidtlmenna, r1T1I.Ia;''eonneetlng; 1 Harrison'W,.Weir.tbe;famous Eng Japanese surgical and.medical,achievements :\ JACKSONVILLE, FLA

r' ; 'j;: _.0--. ". 8t":Louis with;thi'Mls url, :Pacific. ,. Hsh,Wustrator of,eWldren's books,.'dirt ; will be made to serve Uncle- ,
if < Santa'" -.e.: I at London,aged" eighty-two, r Sam's" solders" in the future

1< < Thevcontract-wlll be let to",the
'1 r 1-p.['>..""}. ;tpajdng.the' ''','fasten-," :.,' ranbJ', '" ;Marsh. ''1.' ;' ''>-- I I' ;, si' ENTIFIC' I IA Cared,His Mother: -, of Rheumatism QUEEN OF SEA ROIITELMerchants "
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l'!1 t=> L:' fte4ina' Minis.H. T'adi.< '. ;: .t., "My mother has been a sufferer" for
,,' The 8t Louis'and.New Orleans Paet many years from rheumatism says' W.
#4'-- -- ? MonopoIUtio,Invention.Brigadier It Howard of Husband, .
forthe Pennsylvania."At
tt coinpaq has ben organized, | t iJ A. -
times she unable I-
gener i Greely the United was to move, atall
",1'; ,.:>':. -< ,purpose of "rtvlvtag the .trierr trade. between : while all times
at walking was pain-
annotmces that
,:;::: :Y -.: :the two: eitks herd'Yith: th. intention :States, pai: corps : fat I presented her with, a. bottle of & Miners Trans. CD'S '
,-' v-; ; -of,placing at least pile boat-oas aa the result of extensive experiments Chamberlain's Pain Balm and after a few
next IPlJDI.4' .. ** bJ'ezpertsceder:his direction recelv, applications she decided it was the most
.t, ,a regular ldIMdute '
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. :<;-<:- ':-'" >-t''Jtj:' ers have been perfected that will enable wonderful pain reliever she bad ever
:'t"' "," SefitrsJ'e Absorbing PeHeyv'. .. .... ...p ". our:government tointercept'avdread tried;'in'fact,'she is never without it now STEAMSHIP LINES 11V'S

,./, ,"The"'.centralhdng. :policy' : 'of. the ,New' >- the measagea sent by.any system and is at all times able to walk.. An occasional
"."... :,"'".,''- ",' fork;::Central' ,Is' shown" < by;:the> --change- of wireless telegraphy in use., ThEm- application of Pain Balm keeps
to the'naaeof the Plttsburg and;"LakeBrie the that she --- -BETWEEN- ---
,
l. j: secret'and will away pain. was formerly
vention la
absolutely
,
..1'y whlch-'!went Into effect Jan;, 1. troubled .| h." -For sale by Red ,Cross
remain :'so,:but the tivth'of the statement =
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,t. On all, new'cars and.rolling stock the Pharmacy. SAYAIIIIAIIBALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA :
> 4 .. Is confirmed by Lee De Forest of
t t.-t'', words ,"New York, Central .Lines" are
t
the
: De Forest Wireless Telegraph com- I
'i be and thus theIndMdualIti : For over Sixty Tears. _
}, to lettered, .
,
giity. It is understood that:the' government .
of,this which has been known Mrs; Winslows' Soothing Syrup has
'I'll' ; road,' I
install the Improved .
la .at' to
< once millions '
nned for
been
'Little GIaur' oecause'of Ita over sixty years by --- Direst Connections for #:
:? as"Tte receivers ,to every' fort to thecountry of mothers for their children while teeth-
,', .'c earning capacity;Basses)iway.: ; with It soothes the i. t
:w ; ng./ perfect success.
: Com.Crop.8wampi'Railr d. Washington New York and Boston >
Airship Journey to Polo. child, softens the game, allays ail pain,
,The [railroads;of;Kauia.are ,unableto the lures wind colic, and i is'the beet remedy ,
Walter Wellman, correspondent
: furnish cars:enough;:to' move, thecrop for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
l of the Chicago Reeor -Herald, :who lithe Sold
IIIIfferer immediately. by druggists -
f ,: of com U it-le'. delivered at thestations. tickets sale at ;::, Z
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Through
Hues. headed an unsuccessful polar expedition in every part of the world. Twenty on principal points. k
AU ,along the In the
: by ship and sledge several years five cents a bottle. Be rate and ask for Accommodations and cuisine unsurpassed. '
f'; '" .corn: belt heaps of.this cereal are await- "
'Mrs. Window's
ago announces. that his. paper has commissioned Soothing Syrup, and 7"
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Ii ;' tog "shipment, while the farmers.and 'him tike no other kind. SEND FOR BOOKLET.
millers appeal In vain for'rolling stack __ 1 -
ft
to build an air
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{i .-,, ':Our Qold'and Silver Production. ship and with it' H. C. AVERY, Com'l Agent, JacksoDiille.J. : : '
w
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The director of the mint estimates 4 go find the pale
J f;{>' that during 1905_ $8,000,000more, of reporting by C. WHITNEY, 24 V. P. & T.&, V.P. TURNER G. P. JL,

t-: : gold was:p ucecl.thaD la the preceding wireless telegraphy GEL OFFICES, BALTIM EE, KD.

year'and, 1,900.000.ounces ,more and cable

of allT. .r.'l11 gab in gold is largely, -the progress;

I" .:' tae to the output of' Alaska:'the;pro- of his effort. M.SantoeDumont.

',,' -. duction of, .which is placd. at.over ,
:{ ", '< ;$l4.000.000.'uj' against ;19,000,000; In1804T the famous aero t

,'. ,;., ', The.Alaska, ,gain Is, nearly Ii naut of Pans.- .
'
.. ;. .. vln.,the "lUlUUL\iW ,Fairbanks-..districtCalifornia's is to act.as consulting i
,,' : ,output fell off wing to 1 engineer \ ( { I i1 '
:{:' the' 'drought''''Colorado gained .about in the construction j- i -

: ,
11.000,000.EDUCATIONAL and equip- L
< Walter ,WeUman. ment ,
of the airship -
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and has offered to the
:: ,accompany
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:: ., ,, expedition as director and guide. Mr. Miss.Wells Agnes 3trrettMadtlatta.Wi3. f : L ft

? Wellman says that his airship is to be I
''Public School NuAn .... completed 'by 'May 1, 'being constructed -

organkatlftn of parents in the at Paris, andthat: the,start will be tr

Wells school district.of Boston has,pre made In 'July from Spitzbergen. The 816 Weld Street.K.wnnB. -
:Taped upon' the board of education-to ship is to carry 6.500 pounds of fuel : ,WIS.,Sept.25, 1900.

3 employ a nurMln:; thefour schools of and a boat shaped car in which five I was all rundown from nervous 'w i l

that district for'the purpose of assisting men may be comfortablY'housed with 'ness and overwork and bad to resign tt I

'pupils taken ill or caring. for those food, and supplies for seventy-five days, my position and take a rest. I \
that I not
found was gaining my
Injured In sports.: : motor sledges to draw them over the strength and health as fast as I t

A FIft).Year TMehanfJest Ice in caN .of need and the wireless'telegraph eoulof wish, and as your Wine of 1 t .

4., : A rule recently adopted by the Cincinnati outfit A guide rope of taper.; .Cardui was recommended as such a ". t.
= 'school board'requires that every "ing steel is to;;drag at,the lower, end good medicine for the ills of our t
over the ice, keeping the ship at a sex, I bought a bottle and began
; teacher or employee over Aft* fairly',stable height and maintain the using it- 1 was satisfied with the
;
jean of age shall undergo a physicaland vertical stability of the craftKit results from the use of the first
mental examination'under the'direction bottle,and took three more and then v t
of the committee on hygiene Lifts 165. Round: Man.Professor found I was restored to good health ;:

and uDttaUon.to determine the fitness Alexander" Graham Bell, and strength and able to take up
= for the responsibilities of their poe who has been experimenting at His my work with renewed vigor. I

tion. Similar ,examination is to be' laboratory Nova Scotia ,with flying i consider a fine tonic and excellent:

made' every.1 five years 'after the age off kites of the tetrahedral form, of construction for and worn-out am pleased, nervous to endorse condition it. fA ANDORG4 '

= fifty.. If'the: _employee' is found to be announces that. he has succeeded AGNES WESTLEY, t

: fit he shall be preferred above all' others i with, his latest design, named 8eerXortaWiMMuin Holland s mienSecure 1 S

for the position he then fills.. i I Frost. King, which carried. a man "'-"'-
weighing 166 pounds from the groundto a$1.00 bottle of Wine of J

a*height of thirty feet and supported Cardni and a 25c. package of ,
I MISCELLANEOUS'' him: ''there steadily. The kite itself,' Thedford's Black-Draught today.

with flying lines and a rope ladder

;, 'The Yarkes Art Treasures., weighs 123 pounds, thus giving a total WINE OF CARDUI For sale by the .' t a
:_' t By the will of the late Charles T. lifting power of 288 pounds.An x

Terkes the collection, of pictures and

,t.. art objects in his New York residences- movement the bowel INDIAN RIVERMUSIC ..

valued' at about $5,000,000. are to be without any unpleasant effect is pro-
BO YEARS'
1' preserved as public art galleries, to be dnced by Chamberlain's Stomach and .

known ,as the,Terkes galleries, under Liver Tablets. For eale by Bed Cross EXPERIENCE L HOUSE J

\ the direction o..f. the mayor of New York Pharmacy. ,
and the Metropolitan Museum. of.Art. I.
Several millions were .left for the While giving thanks for the blessingsof TITUSVILLE FLA.

'S founding of a public' hospital in the 1905 it is well to remember that at

Bronx free to the poor. Mrs Yerkes ,the.close of 1805 there was not a single
n
gets'the bulk of the estate during her steamer .on any ocean nor 'a mile ot TRADE MARK

oo.. life, and the children are; well cared railway nor a span of telegraph wire DCSIONSCOPYRIGHTS Ac.

rr for. The estate Is valued at between on this continent Now the ocean is Anyone fending a sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
$12,000,000 and $15,000,000. Rumors covered with steam vessels, and the lnT ntlnn it pro*ably p&tenttble. Commnniea.UoMMrictlyeonBdentUL .
Lave persisted to die effect that Mr. Handbook Patent ------ ,
a earth is planted with railroads and tel lent tree. Oldest agency for.ecnrtoKpatenu.Patenu -
Yerkes bad made other and later wills takea A Co. recelnip
-than the'De'whlch has'beeu published. egraph lines. A century ago the world's etai naUe,without charge,ta thecknftflc Do You Want to Know All About the .

{ commerce was $2.000,000,000 annually $ Jlmtl'katt.
., Date of White House Wedding: _
:
and is $22.000.060,000.
now
: A handsomely QtMtrated weekly. Largest eIr-
' ;, The president and Mrs;'SRpaevelt an2 colatkm of any cienufla JoaraaL Terms 93 arear EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?
: tour moniiu. BOM by alt ewadealen.
\ nounced .that the;;wedfl! Jjrf .their. .
'. Stomach Trouble and Constipation &CO.381
F. daughter, Alice' and* 'orth MUIreacti 'NewYorkJohn
'Y::. In:"* '" fcfcom of <<>mee.a r 8t.o mil ,Trucking and
would take place Jr "Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Eepeciallzir.IJI.' Growing
the White. House on.IfcraclilPFeb..11, Tihlnsare the beet thing for stomach General f'z? i H *.. Ascribe (or 'he._......_
at- noon.Expulsion. trnn>>l*'* and constipation I have ever White & Co.,

4 From W >"t" gays J. R. Cnllman, a druggist of LOUISVILLE, KT.EURS FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKEB. .
P I *rvilie, Mich. They are ea v to take .ItIab1WIM 1531 -
r ;Kii. )'I1J r"M_, of a discharged r.r !tlw3\1llfh'p uatisfsution. I tell my _-__,...w.... ..... t a r-l'ERANNUM.
government employee'and sister enetnmers to try them and if not eatia&ct -
SAMPLE
'E A MON COPY FREE.
of 'Re esenatlve Hull off Iowa, .. rv to come hack and get their money ISSUED 0 -icKKH, -
wu'' forcibly put out ot1.die. White *' never had a complaint." For wet Hides
n..1 Crow* Pharroai-y. w__ HLACKM .. MIAMI FLORIDA.
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=:" .'"-._:,.<.t..lt'i J '. :x.l '.'.."-S .>;:, ;;;"'r;,' '':- : to .'a'daj,,..g',be- : :Stevens Arms dc'Tool Co,, rf.Ikiff A eonplete Mad IB iantption Mil ni,sale of!*a.011'to Ml a nabl;Urn ha. ,
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',4.i.r.: ;; 14 :. .offices" tot ''an eight Sunshine RUDDER PUBLISHING. CO.MumiAr .
evoeuUorito {
be'crushed. '
'.iT ;( < f ";tf in your attest New .VOMK,'U. VA Ji-
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-,.,1 v.Thousands were'slaughtered the. prewnt',nine boor .
in the finalprwhere. '
<;" :r _' -" 'been" : Send iottal for Catalog*. of Beokt
anticipated by for
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'r;?< hbefabM. :mg4E'tileu't' ,,'etsW&tA prlnter.have failed < .. '
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"' .'' ("iM'tiQate.mile..o;;bniMinge. ei been.laid f
t printers
; of there were
4Ietcralaitb! 'hombnrdinrgolby' flreT -'.' assured
:)... : :;'''' I the local TiP thetae. Fifty-two times a year is :
vtdentpurI.eatth.government:
; .f., '"' .--""..'',.'' ,bad made ar to if
& you
;: ;;b :this:lroleplewanddartrucr x- you
misttM'Af pi+ art > Alesarlder. Z.;Oir.' iKffign oB prlntera. In
tl ig'to"ghre terrible att. :
; '
rnmgto 'the revolattonariee.at'' ->- l, : of ',the 100 printing vets?. Seed* an let teeaoM i
&i t : St.FetenbargB1gtt toKcoewftU
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<4 KcCai1.i: president;. the elght'bour scale, READ he-SUN yeah bare taea spent In. then
-"' ; Oderra.nd..Warsaw..of aerei<4>ineut liaU a- .t.
:: :: : be 000 centnrr
a year, just members 'of the or
eubrepeentlyill "the leaders Ty- export are in maiinr Went :
f* either killed of Pt oredind thousandsMotarrestawere 'were paid to McCalL The latt of the organized Rye srari a pedah s in R% Whig '
c
_ nation':admiti7 having' anticipated the strike That illustrated weekly flower and aeeda,
made In all:.h 'wbelttopfr finds ; paper, rev, eta4aat bee, # ,'
: 1 centers *i:part'of ft DeW pallcyrpf mistakes but: ns .printed in Jacksonville and D.IL FEUT t Co.e '!
''l"iiij., ; : ) progress of.the company the contract does not ef,
fepresslou The'couacllof
3V" open : work'on
: published everywhere. t
ministration and .in the .
latter part of February,
'i
J qo 'e:delegates..veiled the sWkec l .1 titt
: '. officer*trustee,has. expires Feb. 1. About
'begaret toloriganixe
for
ce ?an
; = ly':to;:tbe:extent of a ( offices have ac FERRYSChamberlain's T
a ari ed hisurrection.__ Only Siberia. re- ; A
I : of;the policy K.Taylor
: rest ready to
pence were fight
mabtea ,
"f 1J; : :cut off; from' communication :
; ,
'witit the continued I wen prominently before -oire offices acced; ,
F' capital owing to the
: I president:of, the rapid tr per cent of the :Chica .
i' .
activity ot,rebel,forces.re/rh terrorists
S- .. Hakes the cartoons and all the
r''le. elon >i. since the fight be-
J
: 'to ,
i art aid- b.rid decreed tbe'itrauIne.nla'
r '( :Ther McCurdys, fatherr four months ago. The other pictures. .
otJbi U III V iI''f '
"i ; trusteeV- 1
!: : telgned as on at Minneapolis since :

i'M Rcveiutlenlsts IMeatod., I4fe jand 'are;; no' longer closing'a single shop.

Puerto:Plata,:on'tbesnortti. coast of any,way with'that gave' in at.6nce, like- Claude I It

l into Domingo' ;sae held by. the forces Tht .nu....of 1905.: and San Francisco. It L'EngleIn
>,\-4'rJl.: '; : if;.J M S ";A Ve'ofActing'.Pwaideut: -
"<, ''''. j ; The commercial employers that there

).1"1 ri1" .t.',. .' 1.[f'.des". Cacoresan-the' ??,, '''.".' Jr: '''<::l7.'' <<;:; ,'>f"C.CQD2"mandof port;waein,62awith\ and 98,531' union looks after the things that
ti O ntralCespedesiwhen
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; :F \0i{ .[.... 826 00:'and 'liabilities ; ,
..,. '" b. A *
R i f -v". .. need attention.
: t'i .' as compared with : New York houses .
( *' :1 c. the place was 1804rlnaddition[ ; to the & Bros. have al-
4& attacked .".. the
.C;;>., .. ., .._' "iAi.,'' ,C7,'' .18 suspensions'of.banks, the printers' demands. WARM BRIGHT FACINATINGLY
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b __ ot the
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the
t :! fit. 000 indebtedness as ne Typothetae con
!!!"..:.r. 1; I.. 'f-i.. .. ., .4- CLEVER
.,' ,.,, .":\.-:<; .. -- previous1 year ,with $ that the pressmen
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1- Lift Morales
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edness. Into a '
.ft" sympa
:;i x'" ,,, .. ..... '" .3e ,commanded, .--4 byM1 About 125 i
printers
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,' :' < v,' .GeneralBodri, Cleveland .* Insurance Tkat's the Sun
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: 'r< : on Jan. 4-
/lj 7 guez..' .Ahotbat- Ex-President Grover

tie ensued,, and been;chosen as ,rebate Longir Hours. Cough Remedy

rI" lt BodflguesJ' three principal of'forty-two brewer- If you pay to read this paper'you I The' Children's

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.repulsed,:..i Later namejyt the'Equitable, recently demanded air can read THE SUN too, ...CURES!: ..'Favorite.
3 New .York. Life. In but when they were
t Cespedes attack; Coughs, Colds, Croup and,
: d.the.rebe} will be the court of last of eight hours with- WITHOUT EXTRA, EXPENSS,
p
Whooping
- Cough.Thlaremed7Ifamootforttacureroter.
Preddatt ."t',rfWon octane file settlement ,of'"dfsput a' and nine hours with it t
><'br '' :
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:1'}. rdty; alu3aeeerRadrlgaeliwa; cialL'M. companies and.their. the latter terms. .Ask write and Urge part of tbe cirillzcd world. It Ma
us or us Always be
depended upon It contain no
.'ntia'trtaibetieied-to. '.De'thedatbblaarto : .the'companies'' and policy Labor Trust. i opium or other harmful drug and may be

,,, '' the revolution,end,.Maitle"cap this.service,Mr, in the circuit court at I 11 Yen u ennlidbuU' to a baby u tos 411&

'f;: 'or.,flight wai .aboriypede&/He was $1, XX. a yeas,.to be paid"i'1fLv'V'& an order restrain \W11 tell how.i Price 25 cts; Large Size, 60 cts. I

three companies. The you
i'Jlmpeacbed beforehe high. court tad unions from interfer

t i- :found_guilt of, -vwucRL'Li +,-" "(,i '\r' 1 ,R three edl served companies fast a have similar, Printiug company

'JBars Jmmlflrant, that they are trying to
g"r' .v -. agteemeAt'with'each The climate of the East Coast of Florida
w; The\tllels let;parsed at the last ses- stop to'rebating,' 'a'gr control the labor em- ,

4yalon. '.of 'parliament,) :went' Into effect any'agent found guilty business. is nearer perfection, than that of any

Jan..,1. and:it,has been vigorously. en- Intention to get all life Strike.

t. .forced. One of the flrsC..incidents:was .panies into'the m Singers' union of New other place on earth. t t ,* t t

*,:the,cclmicMi -of.*1 w wityRwjir Germane Toledo Terminal its intention of striking 1
l 'Many'were: rejected because they did Conned should grant

_ ,1; ? not possess requisite. $23., The,January interest wages of $15 to $25 per j
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.:t.;"" WtmanyPipira;For War. 000 Toledo;Railway had Just been formed
East
V'fJ 4% per cent bonds,)Vas Coasts
_ ,. The'fact} became .known at Berlin due, and the by the Central Feder-

4;': '.tb t the government bad placed orders affairs \ hours before the cur
pany's
1f
; on "Faust" at the Met-
c_ for 20,000 freight cars, at a cost of |50,> tory explanation?: 'The ,
; House all
but six of
't-- { before March'1
; be deUVered "
000,000W ,
_ ; controlled the Pert
T'5 by
rz.. to sing, and the per
1n"oi+det' 111II thready; tor the tra&pporta-- the principal and interest -

;}F f f tion>fjm n f and.war supplies 'to"theFrench are Jointly guaranteed given with Director many cuts
by Con-
="J.i': '' .border In case the Moroccan the
'" Marquette.and said he
was,willing to
'ctaferenos should ,not bring an agree-
ton and.Dayton, both of
: In salaries, but
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.ment'betwien the,two countries. This
nies went Into a onion dictate to him (
'ff.-! jju a eheckJJlateforFraDce'f a cently;. The .Terminal -
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., t if l eii'tOward the Ger't gists of a belt' line F

_ ,IIWtrQ .t !r.. The conference.isto.to.be long ifl, Toledo' opera. O'a

; coexi. 'S: Marquette and the Cough Bemedy the

r Theusands $Starving tn 'Japan.. ton and Dayton. Only
: Made
;
i t Three provinces;}n- the north of Ja Morgan ,ft Co. were put

pin,'.with a population(of nearly 8,000,- the Terminal. property., Chamberlain's "Cough red
made
000,''are wffeftar fro famine, and it Lawton Still Predicting. for colds, .says
of Portmille Cali-
1 4r said that'death's ,sentence has been In a two column no;doubt about ita, being Miami

'1'm pasted, on o&Vtnbd of the people... Thomas W. Lawson took: will core a cold so .

J1fP to his confidence,in order is so rare prevent!ve

I ,rtG.foJIi ; people invested In the" t No' other is so pleasant .

-R ;s.. "! "" """ ..... ..., at present inflated These are good reasons
lose and that If they did I preferred to any,other.

.... ,, ''U"1 "system" would be few people are satisfied

r :, .Comglttel:[ p f Y$t.y' rta a fadelevdae miffed that bis' 'pool For after sale having by Red once Crass wed tt t tsmnt Onate Gnret Piitippla PIutatiei;

_ fS'* ..( n rrt'' : yteetan11phave amount poorer than atj Caeenit Cm ud Tccftiklt fanu of Ue wintry trikiUry t* '

;; S u I'ud'aettJed"all ing" but hoped to |TSBU3 RIPER, USE WORTH and EISCiTCE BH fIn

3; ..differences. |n the way olrfahicCanton. eraah'should come, racked from 2ackMBrIII vU Ot I
: It;'was arranged that would happen in a few J I COUGH

.sieve shooMi.,,b .bnt .one\general:.assembly Financier Schiff.P..imi' wa LUNGS FLORIDA EAST COAST BULWAJ.Railway..
'
anf nelflfIted church'In 1907 Wall street bra, i ,

;I Tbert" .r aUi ltflnly (the legal,,quettoos slmistic utterances of

T regarding: church boards anflfterpfsjpert7 In the New York King's
: will tt
< interestswhich,
In relation tai Secretary .

% v 1 attended to by the okcommlttees. culation.ommendation Referring,'tor- to; Discovery.


4,;, QMMERCIAL :of tight mon yhe ald Pries

not changed lOOn r the : $ aM SOc *$1.00 .
panic compared with"' Free Trial.. r. eey tf hAtIfa1 kwlit Coot of 1'JorWa".r. .

={ YatlP, rs and Reelgne.n preceding'.ones would () Fedxaltt Florid,, ami ether UfomaOei, tUxtm f
the Yore T U$ dCk Cure for all /.Ke PlUm, /.P.BECEwiTg, L D.3AHU8 i
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/ Veh sJlW.'f&_ attion&G'l o.Y8&bc1ertbUJeoDO KiDYi1: le.. eeveral' years in the'-work'here: and ;ie I ,:hope,to;see" them here<:;amongour 1 $1.50. .to.$10 an'tirea- >.,i ,l.
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,>: .r""' '". ., > .. regular winter ,visitors., .
i:' ;U1tJ.ij.;;: k "); .. pjgS55! $Grawfo ar;: left; : c't- : : .', :

$CJ ; lljtonday mra-thOiiViait'to:New;York.- ; '. ,little babes were nestled to bedj 'Mr.;and Mrs. A.BTaylOiMise;: Bessie flNOX,.5JTETSQN: d'
.1f:1\: : .J'i-[ .k te I Ye1i'weatb. Taylor, ,Mra, ''Ro !etr Taylor and two .
'M DjoYllai\hi '-" "
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'J .. ..". earnestly Wide was heumi1e'tqrtripleu they be; ,
,. i ,'ift.Sy-fef t'Q,*- ,'ti88e-'Y'' -' ;("? vSA- ; v She lays'her/good luck'to :Rocky:Monet", Sangatuck; MicK/arrived I last 'Thursday I r- q

; 'rff ;Friday .eyeornga; ; danoe,:Jn' the club ain Tea.' (Great baby medicine.), Ask. night: much to the'delight of their Melbourne EDWIJfCUPfSandCK088E1T8 '
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) your druggist. friends.:They are all nearly .
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.- leaf New Haven t I 83 to 6.50
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'"1' ,'i;" >-S MretA..A.. Fonhee and, son,' from, Summer.weather l .for the past week. SCHLOSS. BROS. CO. I I 'Jr a
:Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 'Witliamson'shome "
4 Oolembo..O-yrorprisedher'parents,who Tourists galore in'Eau:Gallie FuaClpth sMakers, .
now.
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has.been the headquarters forthefolloivingfriends'Mr.'W.A. ItMM M ."" -- "QUEEKQIIALITY"
coming visit. u
wintering here by a i
\ see ,. .OD. :Young street:has been .nicely .cleanedup .:Wbeeler, r :)Mr. Fisbw.from ,Marion 0., has.come = Fine for Ladies.
needed ,
:i a .i improvement
: ; : LaLeonesa Mining i Co., Matagalpa,
il _..II01I tht the,:iemaind'et? ;;of..the Indianola.winter The Institute boys in their 'smart military i I Nicaragua: C.; A., Mr. Chas. :A. Fish, $2.50 to $3.50
andjbaa registered at Hotel
: -:;': : suits the town president The :KiSs StreetCar = = = '
keep lively' George m .
.: JMn Abet>> Hildreth'celebrated his :87th infit :.W; TjWella was in town on Mondaylast Co.,'and their'son, Mr. James Williamson :=: ::recognised leaders ta style,:and flnltb. :eaiy by leaden ,

< ;r' ;<. birtndayyeeterday.althonxh" .slightly,. in his fast launch Hatasso.A .. ,'of New York.; They,have gone<< TIlE LARGEST U".TO-DATE,CLOTHIKG DOUSE ON CAST COAST OrSXOBIIU 1;
disposed it present i'aeil, for his years. <
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:S fi Jit.. and ;:MrL. > Andrix: 'and eon number ef Melbourne's young. ladies ... Complete line of eierythlng that men'and boys Reaai _.
: visited the K. M.I. this leek.Hopkins The entertainment on last. Friday evening '
:.l-rf' Maater.'Harry;.returned to;their)winter We sell.the best that money can buy : ,
: W1. was Very successful, netting $20.00
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and
pf. borne the last of the -week after spending ...G. Mrs. Hopkins will All marked in to
: : goods plain figures, strictly one price all.
;i%&<' '...",, theenmmer sand autumn' in Columbus, spend this winter in.California. to the. Holy Trinity,marble V font fund.

i, -.J{-.,; : OhIOt" : *" ,G. F. Paddison.will enter,his fast motor The public: were quite pleased with the MA.J::!:.i 'ORDERS A. SPElOJALTYlll1ESPRITCHARDPresident.
: :J': which well rendered. The
was
F Messrs.: W' ;B* Sanders D. St. Clair boat for the. races on Lake Worth. program
lir; : h violin recital by Fraser Campbell, aged
j& ;' N Kbbet ,john(E.. Reed T.:8. ganders andJ' Rev. J. W. Walker was the guest of W.H.BROWNtV1oe.Pmdu&. '
eleven. was a surprise to the audiencewho WINSTON S.BRANNINO. C3 hier.
'* .A,':A.:BxJbling"have gone to Jacksonville Mr,'and M,.... E. B. Taylor on Sunday. warmly 'encored him, especially

L' y I to receive the bigbestdegree in.masonry, Blown and of the K.
Captains Fogne, appreciating The Holy City and. G88p J
ir. ;: 'the' Sbrinere.* *4 I M. L;, are proving 'themselves good sailors one. Miss Gladys Stewart's recitation INDIAN .RIVER BANK
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. ( 1"I. was beautiful and her encore so captivated
t1Z ;t: You;:W1ILDOtand beauty rouge pot COUNTS EPOSI'I'OB '. ...
whitewash' True beauty Capti George Ruddiman and family the audience that they insisted on an
JK.r: ,oxnplexion
;;. ::' eomes to then ------- -- -
;$! t:; Rocky Mountain Tea.' It is a wonderful houseboat, this week., much fun and merriment. Average Deposits_____.____.1200,000.00
-' tonic and -beantifier. 85 cents Tea or Tab
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Caipt.'Bennett will leave for '
#, Daytona i
tets Ask your druggist.
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Pleasant and most EffectiveT.
:' *- "* this'week: the captain has a charter General Banking' Business.;

-, 8odety "
Texas writes Dec. 25th 1902 a ;
: Largest-and Oldest 1
'moo,. .:, Tile" home of..Mrs.J. J. White, on Barton '. W. H. Mnnn will reorganize a baseball "With pleasure and unsolicited by yon, Bank on the Hirer I i}

' {$.r:, "r, ". avenue.'presented a gay. ,and* interesting team to play the K. M. I.' ,team. A fine I bear testimony to the curative power al

L: ''.". as well,as busy,'picture on Thursday ; game is expected in the near future.. of Ballard'.' ,Horehound Syrup. I have Exchange. Bought Countries.and Sold on All ;:
y 1i" Jan. lltb the. occasion of the used it in my family and can cheerfully Foreign ;
\: : :" ', upon .
; ;: ; Mrs. A Treutler St. Pauls
sltt : ; presented firm it, is the'mos effective and best Patronage appreciated. Prompt service, '.
w"ift .K lift meeting, given by the'Iadi&Lid M.'E. church with a beautiful silver 'collection remedy for coughs and colds I have,ever polite treatment and every favorconsistentwith l.

! society, of Rockledge.=. plate last.Sunday morning. .The used." Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy and conservative banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS r
*: "; | ladiesi lunch- 'weli'aa EauGallie EauGallie Fla. : -,
f'Vi": ". ; XhfT bropght' as Pharmacy, -l
gift was greatly appreciated.The ,
!* needlet Empire Trust Company, N. Y, Florida ,
-If-K*. and thimbles" the president kept I
card club met this week at the Inn Weekly Weather Report Bank&Trust.Company, JackaonvilleFla. .'
sill 'of
'i. busy, the whirl. two .sewing .machines I.
with M and Mrs. McMillan as host and v.a.DcpAxnairr AGBICULTUUWZAT& TITUSVILLE '
!:?li>> : (was heard all day. FLORIDA. 4.
hoe ee The next meeting will be at UBBK1AU.Jcrrm
itl'Aftwelf' o'clock the tables were '
C.'W. McNabb's residence FLA., Jan.l6. 1006., --
Capt Craig
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: spread one large e in the dining room I
*? and.several nalI r ones in the sitting Appin. Comparative statement of temperatures SCREENS
+ The dance tn honor of the Kentucky and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday.DATS. .
noin. 1908. 1905 r. fJ .
y ,:. All present .did full justice' to ,the Military Institute faculty on Friday last MAX. MIH. VAX.: ,NIlI.Jm. .
bountiM proved a great success. The officers 10. 70 55 77 70
spread. .11. ,73 66 79 71 For doors and windows
After dinner some pf the ladies thought proved themselves, adepts at tripping the 12. 71 60 ,79 69

they would like to-ran'around the block light fantastic "" 14.13. 68 60 56 55 68 81 61 65 covered with any wit e.ea

Iii 'or play tag. for a while. Lots of .work was On Sunday, Jan. 21st, Rev. Mrs. Lou 13. 74 55 66 ,50,

' finished and the affair was deservedly isa Rush, the noble l hearted Indiana Qua Total" 16.rainfall 76 for the 58 week. 0.55 63 inch.48 I i EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO? 1

successful :During the afternoon, a fine keress, will preach at St. Paula church at Departure rainfall. for the week minus 0.41 *
Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material.
l
: ..: .. ,umbrella shawl was presented to Mrs. 10:30 a., m. Pastor Hawk extends a inches. "
Departure,rainfall since Jan. let, minus
A flail by the society. hearty welcome: to everybody. 1.021nch.. Eau Gallie, Florida.J. ,

;,Those pri.Di wwe:Mrs., J. J.:White, Messrs. Sharp,and Hammond, 'of 'Breton H. P. HAEDIN, ; .

t 4 Mrs.; A. P. Bellows,. Mrs. .A. A.. Bristol: Maaa.,'have'chartered the houseboat Official in Charge. .R.WALKER. H. B. )RACE '

Mrs..W, E..: Hall, ;Mrs.; E. L. .Geiger; Rochester and also the launch for an outing Forced to Starve JOHN R. WALKER & CO.
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Mrs. Bertha Webber, Mrs. R. K. Breck on the Banana river and the party

f 'Mrs.;Frank Hatch, Mrs. E. E Chatfield, returned loaded'down with game and delighted B. F. Leek, of Concord, Ky, says:
"For 20 years I suffered agonies, with aMOre Titusville Fla.
Mrs. .Jss. ,Boyle, .!{r.. S. B. Parsons, with the,trip. on my upper lip, so painful, some- ,

,VaL. H. J. Eossiter, Mrs. L.R. Conklin, The faculty and' students of the .Kentucky times, that I could not eat. After vainly

y Mrs. C.W.. Blakeslee, Mrs. Currie, Military Institute attended services tryingeverything; else. I cured it, withBucklen's
Arnica Salve." It's great for DRY GOODS
Mrs. C.W. Williford Miss P. L. Blakes- -
'" '- at St. Paula M. E. church in a body Sundays hums, cuts and wounds. At Red Cross tP

.. ) ,lee, last but not least Mr. J. J. White morning. The church waS filled Pharmacy;; Only 25 cents. I ,

:k and Rev. W. E. Hall stopped and took with worshippers' a large congregation

L;r dinner with the ladies., All enjoyed the from the town was present.. Rev. J. B. CLOTHING

g"{'i, day and agreed to try it again 'soon. : Hawk, the pastor, preached the sermon. _#' f

i:l--(: 'It invigorates, strengthens'and builds i About 250 of. our guests and citizens

: up.' It keeps you in condition physically, viewed the dress parade of the troops at GENTS' FURNISHINGS t
: := mentally and also morally.. That's what the Kentucky Military Institute on Sunday -
HoUister's Rocky ,Mountain Tea will do. ,
afternoon last. Col. and Mrs. Fowler -
: 35 cents, Tea or Tabei8.} .' Ask your druggist .
received the number of
large
guests
I. y"r. and made everyone welcome. The after- SHOES f'
GEOR UN.&.
noon was much enjoyed, the large .
Misses Eva and Nell Owen made a trip grounds giving ample room for all. >
& to Eau Gallie last week returning on the
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f;; Messrs. L. A. Peck, Ezra Simmons and C. H. Stewart made a business tripto
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L"' Gay Manson made a business trip*to Cocoa Jacksonville this week.

Ef;.:L in the launch Idlewilde Friday. Mr. Chas. Mooatman is painting the Fires usually do occur in the wee ema1 "

$.. Mr. J.. A. Odell has been here only a i ii Sammie cottage on 2nd street. hours when everyone is wrapped in slum I FURNITURE

;' t week bat baa already bagged a large number I Mr. Chas.V. Hine, of Chicago, again ber. But why haven't you a .

,t.. of clacks and quite a few quail. among the guests of Hotel Betlevue., FIRE QTSURAHCE

Miss Mary Wittfdd went down to Eau Rev. Nixon and wife are enjoying policy? Some time ago you said yon W"> -

l Gallic Saturday and spent a few hours their visit with Dr. and Mrs. Henly. still would thinking think ?the Better matter come over.to a Are decision you We want your patronage.Our .

[tf" with her friend, Mrs. Ernest Taylor.. The
Mr. and Mrs Wm. Newcomb and Mrs. pretty soon. season of overheated aim is to please YOU.
f' Georgians now has quite a dairy. Be Newman'are enjoying.their outing by the chimney fines is here and your house is

k t:t, asi supplying the home trade 'it sends sea. at East Melbourne.Mr. no more fireproof than your neighbor's. New, Up-to-Date Goods in every

:. between eight,and ten quarts a day to and'Mrs. E. P. Simpson, of Lake- PERCY G. WALTON, Line.

if. Coquina by the mail carrier. town, Michigan, are nicely located in.the Successor to Morgan & Walton,

rl:, f. Georgian fa very much in need of a 'Sayera cottage on the bluff. TrrreraiE, FLORIDA. Mail orders receive prompt and

good boarding boose. Everyday people The work on the new home of Mr. and careful attention.

;"; are inquiring for- board:and this winter Mrs. Edgar'Jones is nearly done. This

p.x, there is no one to look after strangers.
will be a fine large attractive. home when Bea Cwah t>7m0. IIsei
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;t--,'....:.'r.." ""- ";'. : Gay Munaon killed- large rattlesnake finished. an iamb abed lets JOHN R. MM & CO. Titaille Fla '

,(, :". : f.'. *.' ; ia Mr.DmoDl' east grovee this week.. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Day, of Owego. ;

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