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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 26, 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
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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: UF00075901:00349
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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; ;! +tified the first'ot',:theweek. onavisittoA ,' .will was at this plact"lut Friday, afternoon town in law before :t ,
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gasa. '"ptthe'Wilker'oottaaes., in'Korth'.Titus-' ia Tho .,Galligber, secretary Robert E.Bork ; Whiskey, yourgrandfather Marseilles pattern white bed spreads attended the automobile races at Dayton fiv
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34' +x i' :-'tpIet M...,;iaaid_.,Ta.. >;STAri"". V:office, .:a.pleeasnt.. } and marshal, John H, Calone.. : F. A. Loeley., JJotlowand extra large size, special price of$1.19.Ladies' yesterday.
ff. rl 'I .i""" -" tailor made skirts, manufactured '
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i''j'rJ. ;"''" -"...:..nu 6''L.d.:Ul: .D''be'A'._ JIJIIHIMII':: .about a' /: I'BALE CHEAP 1 4 Mr.. and Mrs.( S. B.. Rathbun have. had*, by one of the leading skirt makersof Mrs.::. L..W. Haile I arrived last Sunday

: !ir .doien'of. Ibeir. convict: labours. Sunday.ftbin : Abort 16 aoo oo ISemtts/ Island,oppo an extsa'room built onto their cottage on New York endless variety of styles for a visit here for some time. 1

'.t,:W Detespfne"' '-to: :Coquina' "" 'when' :.-they: iBCRoekkde." v r1ftDl to suit boyer.InqcnM ., Hopkins street and' additional verandah and colors,'at a big reduction.Ladies' Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Morgan spent a

'r will gather the crude, turpentine productfrom ; of L'U.Gatdncff If; built on the south siie.J. belts in the latest styles, at a! ,
3 York Spring, erasCkctiitiudge couple of days in Jacksonvill )last week,
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fib l}. '. + the pine forests for a few. years.:.: Mobley expects to start up in the special reduction. Mr. Morgan attending the meeting of t

i'.t' '?Among." -.those' "from ibis place.who took Very' Busy fishing business sometime next month Ladies'' shoes, the well known make of. the Shriners in that city. "

: and .is havingseveral fish boats built Krippendorf& Dittmann, the name alone t
Kt- 'iatbeiato"races"yaterdaiDiytonalienM. Judge M.:,8.Jones is kept so very busy W. F. Futch has several fishing boats
; for that work. ia a guaranty for the quality, in beautiful ,
"" sn&tMri Bobbins and preparatory
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$ ; ; : with the duties of his,position! .as judgeof contracted. The fishing business must be x
4' ,eon Richard, Messrs. J;'B.Walker. ,J. L. the seventh .judicial 'circuit that his Messrs. R. Rocker and F. Deppe sailed styles; our regular$3.00 line at a specialcut on the boom. Mr. Futch is desirous of. -. '
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1' Mobley. ,.L F. Spencer,,W. P. Giles, 8..J. friends do mot get the chance to sea him to Daytona Sunday on the ,sloop 'Why of$2.49 in either patent leather or fishing himself this spring.

p. : ',Norton.and,Eugene.Berge.B very,'mudAhese\days.. He informs .us Not with Capt,,Simonaon, Deppe returning vici.An Mrs. Baisden and of
excellent :chance for underwear daughter, Atlanta '
"t, _F. 'Ivea,-:of..LaGrange, has practi that thirteen weeks of his time Jast 'year home via rail I Monday: night embroidery and insertions some at almost who spent last .winter in Titusville, arrived -

'f\: :oUly',completed: the shipping of oranges was spenfin holding court in Miami, the Mr. W. 8. ,Norwood, whet, has beenholdi'ng one-half of their regular price. a few days ago and have rooms at ;-" ,

> from.all bis.groves aYiDI.only about county seat of Dade, that county having a position with the Canaveralclub
Robeoa',infant shirts, sizes from 1 to 9, the Episcopal rectory with' Mr. and Mrs.
fifty boxes I left in all! He has sold'.all his the latest criminal docket of any in the for several weeks past, was home Oxner.
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25 cents each.Boys'
special price
.. fruit: to good advantage .through bis.own stated. :.Judge Jones thiiks that Dade Sunday on account of the illness of his i
fleeced undershirts and drawers, Mr. Geo. C. Warner, representative of
} } ootnmitdon house in Philadelphia. should have a criminal. court of record to wife, whose health has not been good the
X special 59 cents per suit. the Racycle bicycle, was in town Wed. ,
: relieve the drcmt court; of some of the past few weeks.
Governor Brow d'w&ll inFt. Laoder-
G Buster Browu Junior stockings, ribbed, needay and placed agency for these bicycles
:dale 'last Saturday making.lrraopmeD'ti congested, business' upon 'he.'docketthere. Sheriff Brown has collected the sum off
all sizes, 15 cents per pair. for 1906 with the Indian River
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: .. :for'puahihg the preliminary i ,k on.the .: Judge Jones also spent ,about sixweekaof 1130 for hunting IiceqlellO far this season Children's Velvet Grip garters usual Music House. The new 1900 Racyde

< r ?;draining the Everglades It is said that < last year holding catty, in Ori either himself or through his deputies -; price 25 cents, special 19 cents. roadster is the finest chain wheel on the

} -tI ,, the governor did not appear9 be worried Undo, the county seat of Orange. from non-residents who have to pay Linen damask towels, 45 inches long, market. ;J

.,": j; 'ssto' the outcome- 'of the.injunction. .., ,suits.JlfaiF For Sale $10 for the privilege of shooting in this 22 inches .wide, with fringe or( hemstitched Mr. and Mrs. Aldridge and son and =: :;;-

.gFt' ; M. Woolen: and .baby, from county during the open season. assorted colors of borders red Miss Murphy, of Michigan, who have ; I

FCamdea' ,, S. ..C.,'.arrived yesterday after room A sloop-rigged and toilet room.house Cheap boat
1;;. \ .coon, fora- visit of a few ,weeks at this her Address TITUSVILLK MABIKS RAILWAYTitosville ./ Perth Amboy N. J.> arrived Saturday cents each.Turkish cottage for the past month, went to New '

1 :' 'old ;home with 'her ,father, Mr. ,E. L. Florida. night on a visit to Capt. and Mrs. P. Nelson towels, 34 inches long, good Smyrna the first of this week. They were 4!

l' Brady'and family, and was warmly wel in South Titusville. They were accompanied '' heavy quality, 12}cents each. quite pleased with Titnsville and may

,, corned on her arrival by relatives and Dime Sale by Mr. Dayton a prominent JULIUS BUNS return ere the season is over. .

Mends.. On Monday afternoon, Jan. 29th,1906, contractor of Perth Amboy, who is an intimate Titusville, Fla. Mrs. C. A. Chaudoin, Miss Carrie Froa-

14\, We learn that Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sem- at 3 o'clock, the ladies of the Culture friend of Capt. Nelson's. cher, Mrs. Middlebrooks and Miss Leona

J .. ..... bIer expect to move to Sebastian some club are to have a dime sale. All of the The colored school closes today and :' Tomato Wraps Carruthers returned Saturday from at- -

time the coming month, where their.son, ladies of Titusville are cordially invitedto appropriate 'exercises and a concert will Write us for lowest prices on UNITED tending the Baptist convention at Bar-

S4' ,E. B.,Sembler in the fishing business.Their attend and each one is requested to be !given in St. James A. M. E. church TOMATO WRAPS. tow, accompanied by Rev. W. C. MrCall, t
EAST COAST LUMBER& SUPPLY Co.
'...- many friends will regret their departure bring something (either dainty or otherwise tonight. The entertainment will be in i Ean Gallic Fla. who preached at the Baptist( church Sun

c .bat 'wish them success wherever ) costing dime, the packages will charge of B. C. Scurry, the teacher, as- day, morning and evening.

'1-) ,they go. be exchanged on the payment of a .dime sisted by Mrs. ,Idella C. King organist St. Marks ReceptionThe Miss Mary Simrall,of Ormond, was the jf
We direct attention to the new display the Culture club in'the of children 15
_:(1 : at room, rear Admission 25 cents, cents in Timee Union
ladies of St Marks church,Cocoa victor the voting contest
: ;. ad.: .of Mr., 8. K. Watts, of Eau Gallic. the Presbyterian church. reserved seats 35 cents. iJ'
six others her
will hold'a reception at the rectory on and won over vote being
(, .J. this week on. page 5. Mr. Watts' use of We anxious increase '
are to our library Kissimmee is now enjoying the.excitement -
Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 31st, from 3 20,690. Miss Maud Frye of Palatka was r
J :.printers' ink shows that be,has an eye (o and hope to have a large attendance. of a cow case. The case is one of to 5 o'clock to meet Rev. and Mrs. Mil next lightest with 15,169., Miss Simrall

4' ': business and we hope he will receive the SECRETARY. great importance as it involves the. ownership lidge Walker and Rev. John Walker.A will crown the speed king at Ormond-. d
1 : of that section in his line of
>: patronage of of cattle and shouldit
a number cordial invitation i is extended to the Daytona auto races tomorrow.
)*; ': ,business.CaptM.E.. FURNITURE DRY GOODS, SHOES. in favor of the
be decided plaintiff
; residents of Cocoa Rockledge and vicinity Material ia arriving daily at Ft. Lauderdale .
: English, of Miami, .stop: would the arrest of several -
"i,' Pictures framed., any style. mean prominent to be present. for the new lighthouse at Hills-
:ft.- peel off here a while Monday on his way Souvenir post cards. cattlemen on the charge of fraudu All are welcome.
and for the
\ borough Everglade dredgesand
r:.-i;' to Jacksonville where he is a witness in Edison and dry batteries. lently altering the names and brands of.
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-r, t Boat and PARIAN house painte.r the same is being carried to the
the famous Poet trial, and he informed
_. cattle. Italian Seriously Hurt
4 House furnishing goods. places of construction. Reed Bryan has
f ':' THK STAB reporter that the Manetto company Chas. A. Gardner Titnsville, Florida. Harry Budge of Miami has the honorof Northbound train No. 28 Wednesday the contract to tow,the lumber, etc. his
; of Miami/will at once remove its Telephone 34. the first from Miami
'" Sable.The making trip to morning picked up a man near the track reported that the work of construction of
tannic acid factory to Cape West Palm Beach over the newly completed
not far from Sebastian who was heard the dredges will begin shortly.T. .
i fir;.::, .. fine new power boat East Wind, Tituaville's Express BusinessOne roadway in an automobile. The groaning and found to be badly hurt. He
N. Decker has taken the contract to
: :t with her owner, Capt. E. F.'Cooley, and little item that goes to show that distance is about seventy miles and it was put off at this place and Dr. Wilson
build of boat of 80 feet
a set lengthon
I ;j r his son and daughter, also Miss Platt, on the mercantile business of Titus ilIe is required about eleven hours. In many summoned to attend him. The doctor ways
the east side of the building at the
.:, board, left for down river points Tuesday good is the fact that the express office places the road was still very rough and found him unconscious, there was inter-
end of the wharf. This will disconnect
lli. morning. .The editor of THE StAR had records at. this place show that Titusville four punctures to the tires delayed the nal hemorrhage also bruises about the city -
the old railroad wharf from the city
tJrifY;" the pleasure of inspecting this fine yacht does a larger express business than any auto considerably. head' and face, but apparently no bones 4
wharf, the former being now about disconnected
l: throughout last Saturday by special request town on the east coast between SL Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Crabb and son J. broken. The man was given attention from the shore that buildings
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of the owner. Augustine and Miami with the exception and Mr. Crabb's Miss Edith had circulation
I : D. Jr., niece, and the next morning good along the old railroad wharf will

if :: Capt ,1'. Nelson,' of South Titusville; ofDaytona. Crabb, arrived Monday afternoon from but was still unconscious showing not be much use unless) considerable

5' started Wednesday afternoon on his Church Notices Baldwin at this their former home and at that there must have been serious injuriesto repair work is done to the wharf. The t

f::' launch,, the Keweenab, down the river once moved into the Crabb cottage, near the brain. Hi, general appearance old Watson building, at the end of the
having on board'his family, also Mr. and Sunday, Jan. 28th 1906. Main street. Mr. Crabb will remain herea would indicate that he is an Italian and
r.f" city wharf, will be used by the Lorillard
,t '- ',. Mrs Jeppe Sondergaard and Mr. Day. Rev. M. Walker will officiate as follows: few days to get his family settled then papers on his person gave hU name as boat works.

+' : ?' ton. They expect to stop along on the Cocoa St. Marks church, ,holy communion return to Baldwin. His eon Roy is now Vincenz, from Palermo Italy. He had

;'L way to Palm Beach arriving there in 10:30 a. m. Titusville, St. Gabriels at school in Mandarin. been employed on F. E. C. section 40, Call at Titnaville Livery, at rear of

"'I' .ample time to,take in the motor boat church evening prayer 7:30. ,. Eugene Elmo, the colored hid, who was near Cocoanut Grove, and probably was Robbins' law office, for stylish rigs.

.'- races.. Rev. J. Walker will officiate as follows: recently arrested (or.taking mail from hurt by falling from a train while beating Leave and your single.orders J.for M.Osban hauling, ,proprietor.SAIL both doable .

tit; Bev. 8..W. Lawler, recently appointed! Melbourne, Holy Trinity church morning combination lock boxes in the Titusville his way up the road, striking on his head

't::.:, presiding elder for the East Coast district. prayer 10:30; Eau Gallic St. Johns postoffice, was carried to Jacksonvillelast and stomach. His condition steadily improved LOFT AND GUN REPAIR SHOP

!{> preached at the,Methodist church Sunday church, bible class at 2:30 p.,m., evening Saturday to answer before the United and he was sent to St. Augustine Yacht sails and launch awnings made

!> :: ', : both morning and evening, to large prayer 7:30. States court but it is presumed that he on train 78 that day. up in first class style, mildew proofed if
'.. desired. Also stocked and shot
: t ,r 'congregations. Mr. Lawler was in charge There will be preaching at the First' was discharged as the boy returned Do You Need Any FurnitureThe guns rebored. guns ,

:-: of-the' Methodist church in Titusville Baptist church Titnsville, Sunday, Jail. home the first of this week, probably on HENRY BENECKF, t

;; about ten yean ago.' At the conclusion 28th, both morning and_evening; by Rev. account of his youth being not more Titnsville Furniture companyis Titusville, Fla.

kya.' .:' of bit sermon Sunday evening he asked W. C. McCall, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. than twelve years of age. the plact elsewhere[ tn buy your until furniture.you come Don'tporchase and A Bargain in Real Estate
collection to be taken toward a
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'; of for the All are cordially invited to attend. see us.Vlien yon look you will buy. FOR SALE-An old pioneergrove
1 : fond for building parsonage Wood For Sale We everything in the furniture onemile
&t:".-, presiding elder of the East Coast district, carry river front 290 acres land, 25 acres
By FOB HALE CHXAP Polo CASH. Pine or oak, any length. See or address line and the low prices and easy pay. in in rood condition fine
'5lv.i. which met.with a ready response. grove, dwelling, 41
J. W. Jamison break the record. Mail orders a
..fa. request Mrs. Denham sang a solo-one About 88'acree of good high land on Titusville, Fla. ments Freight paid on all orders.H. J very best of land for celery farm. Three

;:;-:;- '. of Dudley_Buck's compositions entitled the east or oaeaI"IIde of the Indian river specialty. E. OXXER, Manager. i crops of oranges would pay for the place l
,Yl/.:, Fear Ye Not, Ob, Israel! at the Narrows,described aa follows: Lot Nursery Stock For SaleA j Will sell for less than value of improve-

No. 3, eeetton35, also lot No. 3, section good supply of grapefruit stock for ;menta, purchaser thereby gettinv land t
::':< DUCK DUSTING. 36, in township! 31 south, range 39 east. budding purposes, one year old well NURSERY STOCK FOR SALE. free; better than hotnesteading; no incum-

.;.j' : M. LPeaOOctat Titnsville, is prepared This land is unimproved bat finely lo- grown. Price f 1.00 per. hundred or $8.00 Citrus stock grown on high pine land. trance; titles perfect; farming tools, vehicles

..'*;:*z to take parties,out for duck shooting at cated. For further particulars addressE. per thousand. Indian River Nurseries, established 1556. blacksmith shop, all go with late. 4
.;; reasonable rates. Correepondence solicited. M. Low, R. E.1lulsBonaventure Send for catalogue, Toledo and West. W. R. SAXDEKH, t 1' .
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,:..!..Jf1i', ,.""" :: ,:i mtetitw *3 EnglaM:made'4urfng .the. tb m was,found the petriDed'remalniofi heerfully'.reco it, and will:add 'Endorsed *.leadingphySiciaaa;:: 'as.the BEST raaisdy letChildren's
T? ':. :"i-"W- 1."":; jaot.ceatarr.he"declared.; ""W4'are" mfst on.::These;relics:.are,sop- my name to year,list of Bofferere.!" Sold y because
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iJ 1o Into cotton or wearing them out in slaw when}the'region:,was devastated: by.a' Pharmacy, ,' Ean Gallic, ., 'Ia. .' it'contamaNO OPIATES. The >wto ofBaSM'3 Hwhound

,,.1f1eotJ 1 .. t.etoI.--" ':<.i if1 1lJ)ei,, ;;We are sac*, huge gtacier.The ivory is said.to be_ID. Syrup is mUd and benign,Itlsadaptedtoinfants i ,$ Will j
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,. .1 riftclng thejxTto.the. greatAmerlean_ Idea a fine state preservation., < uadults of everlvarlety of temperament art co itutI.
;: ?- J- -irA -* -' *> >t Nill its fiIIfJ4Bf&Iatm ,
.= J41 --* .11.turning" iHitjthe.largest output' .:of 'W ire l).":..a,Torpedo' -.-BoaL 'Kra w' ;; Read ThisRemarkable TetIae$4
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: ; :ne ilatest'notable; :accession, to;the Jr., 'ar teparteh'aa perfected a The annual fair, of the Dade County -tomption. Wa procured a boWl of &Ila.nf Horehound :
-.' ''tanlts:;'of; flues who advocate the'EoWlBng -, torpedo boat to W operated ?fWtrelesi'tefeg : will be held in the *botti I
;. ;;;"---i. .,. .t: Agricultural society it c red him. H. is now *wen man. but wt alwajl .
f1,.,:r: '-::: iDa 1 of h. elessiy, )insane;:.hopelessly 'aPh..a Id 'a'.a.dispatch the'Newark fair building in Miami from March 12th I JD tilt boaIe, inet think it has 110 equal for P1Jm01'Uf tew. **.
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.;4, ;: : diseased:and hopelessly EusytoTolteSureto'Care'EverylottleGuru* 4 LTHIUUtSIZBSi
i ;,, In accident liDt. *Charles! Eliot.Nor' :: ; been .built S5c.30c.ei.00,

.X;'f' .ton, to'ner'professor; of !pterature4at and'Ihtpped' ,.to the Japanese. government .CO. .. ST. ''L8CII HI.
?' l s Harf krd... His'recent letter to AniseS, ,under,: contract This marvelous IBALLAID'S/aiOWUN jT ,

i ]; i$.. Han c of Cincinnati,"One of the,leaders Invention"combines the essentials'of,the 17th.MA!

"1' of,this :CUlt,. U'headed"An Appeal;to' submarine torpedo and,a torpedo'boat .. SOLD ,AND RECOMMENDED 8Y

., t\ -: '_" ',Raison as Wen. .. ss Omlp. aIOlLw '.He' Its Inventors claim that it can be guided -.1
!:: ; ,. ., fcl .,"'. 'says;.that -thematter .in any- direction from a:distance.of. RED CROSS PHAR11CT, TITU3TILLE tad EAU GiLUE PHiMiCT, CiU GAIUE

's(tYr. ,., has arqTJlred one or two miles, can be made to completely
of MOoas habit
After eating;persons
-flt} r. i new encircle the ship of:an enemy wiU derive great benefit by taking one Southern

:.j .4f y claim for conMderatlon and can .be,exploded! ,at will:or. be,returned -, of these pills. If you nave been Railway.
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.to the 'point of starting. Its
'Jii owing DRINKING TOO MUCH,
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; *" -> .'to the :ad*. speed is given"as twenty; knots an hour, they will promptly relieve. the nausea, EFfECTIVE AUG., 6, 1908.

. ; ,',- ; 'Vance. to knowledge and the torpedo charge Is 500 pounds of SICK HEADACHE:_- -- Xo.30: 1\0.31 f Between Jacluoaville andN..York.No..2U No.53Noa.

', ( r 4 ; ,':"and especially nitro-gelatln sufficient to destroy' the' aodnervousaesswhich followsrestore Daily. Daily. Daflr. DaUy

fi r:: In medi largest battleship. The wireless apparatus the and remove gloomy feel 755 P ------ 910 a Lv Jacksonville, FU.._?.._So. Ey. Ar. 000 a == 823 p
cine/and| ur-> consists of two slim poles a net tags.appetite Elegantly coated. 1215 a955ft ______ 120 P Lv.Savannah Ga.__..,_,_--80. Ey. Ar. 450 a __.__ 406 P
-,::. :.,' gery.forthepnr-I work of wires and a arrow float made sugar _____ 1020 P Ar.Charlotte. N. C.__..____So. By. LT. 850D ___...4 $13 a

",.. '. q:- ," : 1 ,))08e;" t' length: of cellulose, which is all;that is visible Take No Substitute. 642p_== _858 a -Ar. Richmond, Va.___.____So. Ry. Lv. i2 30 -== 1110

k, swing" wretchedDi above the water line, the'torpedogsubmerged 950 P== 950& Ar. Washington. D. C-......So. By Lv.' 1051 a == 9 60 P.
1125p .__-___1130 a Ar.. Baltimore Ud......._____". A. R LV.P.B.BLV.. 812 a ____ 822 p
:':,,. Charles Eliot ;lives. :He toglgts. 8even'f t. A, single opera- 2 35 a- 45 pAr. Philadelphia. Pa...... ..._ 135 a,..____ IMp-

:? : .Is"DO longer upon shore is able to start:or
ground for holding' .eyery'human life as stop the'engine, and steer the float In 33 and 34-"New York and Florida Express." Daily Pullman Drawing Boom _.
i .I 0 Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York.
i b1violably sacred,and to be preserved any direction. The wireless torpedo Noa. 29 and -"VVashington and Florida Limited. Daily Pullman Drawing Soon
'. "no matter with:what results to the individual boat is thirty-two feet In length and Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New Y ork. I
",: Inches at its widest point: -- I
't" or to others. He believes no twenty-three -
T""; right thinking man would hesitate to Electric Impulses,act upon a series of SPORT N Daily.j 0: 30 Through"The Laud of the Sky." Daail y. I

R end the suffering- \and life together of valves, and,' the. "belng-upehed.' 755 p Jacksonville, Fla.,_..___________.-________..___...__So. By. Ar 800.
the victim of an accident where recovery compressed air operates the steering 1215 a Lv. Savannah, Ga.,......._____________._____________....So. 27. Ar. 450 a
. '- was Impossible and that It is "crim gear,.furnishes the motive power and AdventureAshore 600 a Ar. Columbia & C.,-______.__________.__..,-_....__.So. R7. Lv. 113 a
150 ___..___.___._____._ .
inal to '.the life of fires the fuse. Both of the Inventors pAr. Asbeville. N.C., ._.-- -,-- --.-.So. R7. Lv. 415 P _
cruelty"' prolong a and Afloat 237 pAr. Hot Springs N.C..-------___..____..___?..___..__.80. By. Lv. 12 t'j a f
ri$ person suffering::from cancer and'who .. have been responsible for many of the 600 p Ar. Knoxville Tenn.______________?.___,.__________.-&. By. Lv. 933 a
j f wants to die. \He does not'.hesitate tot Improvements in the De Forest wire with 815 a Ar. Cincinnati, Ohio,.__---_______________ _______ _.Q. & c. LT. $13p I
call It a plain duty; to shorten Instead less system. ROD AND GUN ,
*6' Nos.29 and 30-Pullman Drawing Boom and Buffet Sleeping Can between JackaonrUifl and J
I' ? the life of an old person "whose mind I St. Louis, daily. <
k' has become a chaos of,wild,Imaginings I If you like to read'of the experiences of ;
anglers shooters sn! campers or 'Icbtioii
; productive of constant distress not only or if yon are interested in country life ask No. 13745p Between Jacksonville and the North and w.*.. No. 14935ft t
to the sufferer, but to all who live with your newsdealer for Forest and Streua. I I_
1 c 1 or write for free specimen cony or send _...___ Lv. Jacksonville, So. By_.____.____._.__--._--Ar. ___
: and attend' him. He.believes that discussion twenty-five cents for four weeks'illustrated trial trip. ___ 3 00 a Ar. Macon. iSo. By__.___._.__._________..___.ilr. 15ft ._ :.
of:this ..subject'may le d'to weekly forest iourntl and Stream,...h.t:!is contains a large the foo1n ___...520a Ar. Atlanta, So. By-______.-.__.-....__._._Lv. 1150 p_' -
. g = more enlightened public opinion and'to department: : 45 a Ar. Chattanooga So. By____._..__-._____-_______Lv. a U p
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consequent relief of much misery.MISCELLANEOUS Game Bag and G m. Natural HU'.orj-. p Ar Cincinnati, Queen Crescent.___ ___.._____Lv. SSOa+_.___
Su sad River F.f:.:,4. Yacbtind, 40 P Lv.Cincinnati, Big Four Bonte..___...__.,..__..LT. 7 10 a'==
TheSpiir1.innTo.rtt) Ca..I\ccicf KeccJ.Cie : a Ar. Chicago Big Four Eoute__________..___Lv. 8 SO _.....
I Rifle and Trap
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send free cur r ta'.o: (ac b.?tbc: 1,:::bc.b ) P Cincinnati, Penn. Lines. .Ar.LT.. 643 ft __
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; on outdoor life and t_:ru:!cn: a Ar. Chicago Pen a. Lines. 840pj700ft!-..-

i i ,' AND STREAM PUD. CO. 45 p Lv. Cincinnati, C. H. & D.-Monon__.__._.....Ar. 7 40 _1__..
Italian.VoleftnoM Active.. FOREST 23 a Ar. Chicago. C. H. & P.-Monon__..______....._Lv. I o2 p.___
New Yrrk
346 roidwiy. City.)
Both Mount, Etna and Mount Vesuvius : -------9- 45 p Lv. Cincinnati: c. H. A D.-Mich. Cent__.____Ar. |==::

in Italy, are reported to be ,in A 20 a Ar. Toledo C. H. & D.-Mich. Cent______._.Lv. 1140 P!_____
25 a Ar. Detroit C. H. & D-Mich.Cent_..._____..Lv. 1000 pl
rr- eruption and streams of lava have ------
Is, P Lv. Cincinnati Penn. Lines.___...._.:..______.._.Ar. SJO ft ==
.l damaged the railway up Vesuvius I M. Ar. Pittslmrg. Penn. Lines.__..______..._ __ ...Lv 815 P--! ._..

Hotels Reject Prize Fighter. '! p Lv. Cincinnati Big! Four.___.__.__.__L__ ____.Ar. -850ftNos. __
' c The Waldorf-Astoria the Netneriand 43 a Ar. Cleveland Big Four._______________LT. 9 30 ______

', ?, and several other New York hotels w 30 p Lv. Lexington, So. Ry-._--------.----____Ar. 1043 al::=
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hare refused to accommodate pAr. Louisville, So. By______...__..__......__..___Lv. 140 a': __
J Joseph ..... ... ....... --
_______ S2 a A r. St. Louis. So. By- ---- ---- -- --... -Lv. 1010 _------
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F., Hasen, known to the sporting world

as.Jack O'Brien because of his connection _- 13 and 14-'The Florida Limited. Daily Solid Vestibule Train. Through Day
i j -,< with pugilism. Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati.

' President Joins Order.
No. 5 No' :is Between Jacksonville andKanwaCity. No.lt y..e
President Roosevelt was initiated Into Y

L, the Improved Order of Red Men by == 745 P Lv. Jacksonville Fla. So. By.-___.______.._.___Ar. 9 3S a ___ .
{ _..___ 520 a Ar. Atlanta, Ga.. So. By.---... __.____.___Lv. 1150 P ___
'i' :1 officers of the order who called on him cE D __1..__ 120! a Ar. Birmingham. Ala, Se. Ry-_______..____Lv. 4 OS P ___
, 4 't":J" honorary membership. Make sore a yield of quantity and ......_ 940 a Ar. Kaneaa City, Io., Frsco----..-------.-__.........Lv. 130 p .._____
I quality. When your father plant.eclFerry'll.
i.I- ."i'\-.. Accidents. [ above picture of the market,bat they they were bave the been bPrt Improv on the Nos. 13 and 14-'The Florida Limited. Daily.

; The'West hotel of Minneapolis, MiniL, In; ever alnc@ We are experts in EXCELLENT DINING CAB 8EBVICE.
IRE and fish is the trade- flower and vegetable seeds.
.1 caught fire, and the flames gained such 100 Seed AUUM IA beantlfnllylhar J. C.LCSK,DI.trlctP.a.eD&erAlenf,108 West Bay Street,Jack 10.'" n..na.
rk ofScott'tjEmulsion, tinted,tree to & H.AOKEBT.O.M. w.W.H.TAILOE.O..
that ten were killed sR.
F: : headway persons und is the for D. .. FERRY A CO.. Detroit.. Mich. H. HAKDWICK,P.T. M. BROOKS MORGAN.A. Q. P.A.
I by the ensuing panic. synonym __ I
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I While the battleship squadron coma strength and purity. It is sold

; manded by Admiral Evans was leaving in almost all the civilized countries -

,., r 'New York harbor the Alabama struck of the globe.

I : the Kentucky a glancing blow so that The Bridgeport
If the cod fish became extinctit Chamberlain'sCough
the latter had to lay"up for repairs.
f '. The Kentucky and Kearsarge. both would be a world-wide calamity -

went aground In the mixup. A naval because the oil that comes

I!1t; I._. court of inquiry was ordered.A from its liver surpasses all other "The Motor that Motes"

f part of the village_ of Haverstraw, fats in nourishing and life-giving
Itl N. Y.; which had been undermined, for -
W- '..' years by brlckmakers and on whichrl properties. Thirty years ago Simple Reliable, Durable
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'j.: thirteen houses stood was swept,into a the proprietors of Scott's Emul- Guaranteed to run

'T'. .disastrous landslide while people In sion found a way of 'preparing and give satisfaction

; ;{ the houses were asleep. The houses cod l liver oil so that everyone can Makes motor-boating a pleasure
f :were engulfed' in the great pit and .
I : take it and get the full value of: Makes
,.' caught fire so,that there was"no hope the oil without the objectionabletaste. working-boats Increase

r of escape for the occupants twenty- profits
Scott's Emulsion is the
: of whom were killed.
f. two methods
best thing in the world for weak, Study our of constructionand
Deaths. Remedy) yon will dUcoier why
back ward children thin delicate
i ;: Dr. William R. Harper, president of ,

", the University of Chicago, died Jan. 10jfI people, and nil conditions of: The Children's.. Favorite "THE BRIDGEPORT'is a

:f in after an Illness and lost CUBES
at his home Chicago wasting strength.Send '
Coughs Colds "Motor that Motes"
Croup and
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) of a year from cancer. His last thoughtwas
and his last tor are uapJe. Whooping Cough.
of the university, -
I' : SCOTT & BOWJfE, CHEMISTS This remedy" famous for Its cores over BRIDGEPORT MOTOR CO.
dirge put of the civilized world. It can inn
.r ,,' Oa.1"OR.XA. always be depended upon it contains no
/ 4o-i1a atAIL 8DZft, nw:,loss or other harmful
..,...tItJI.ItJ opiua drag and may b*
:; .J JtantW .ud IUI. AJtdnggaU. given U confidently to a baby as to an add Both Two and Three Port CfutracttOB Bridgeport Conn.
'. .. Price 25 cts; Large Size, 50 eta.

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&'tif l T} ';' :., : ocean when'a like amount .

!'. l.4'..j. .?,-.. -official botj treated,<.'t:iwurewtoformatioa: ,'to3fc i, ,.state 1Ja"COII>u,:;,........ :>'.raked,, by 'the Pacific:ExP sI- )j'V '., ,V
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7!"? 1. "6.. : Pnsidart< l enta lve Sheppard of :Texas
.Taft'to I ...D" .,.
;. ,OJ'Z t&8. pieeldentWe' during the discussion ot: the
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, ?"';:,,"t"- -'' :.tPoaltlM7: 8J-<- tow-. L-''BlgeloWittateiieata in?: the '' : fiercely arraigned,'the White E.. L. BRADY & BRO. '

< ;. are"-Y takes op'one by one'for commission' ;; pl 7ee for .their expulsion
.". refutation.l'' eyof'-Z"1Ws:.principal out from the Miner Morris and proposed a

. -""" : points ft fiat. Mfelow;'wa :on the,telh- I ,nal.critics.In : n'to Investigate the affair. He Groceries, Hay :Grain and all Food Products. .

\:: it. .tberarriraland ,iaWngof'bn' reswl, : of the standards of American We handle proddoe of all kinds. We are agents for Hapea'Fertilizer We deal exclusively :{
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J on the in the above lines of foods and solicit the trade of. all consumers. Write as for prices os
f: k'r:. Y ',intdthat, .h "could';not<:-hare''quaUfledWauetf done" and and in violation of the senti Grain and Groceries,delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY& BBO.Trrusvnxx,Fix
i 1. to ttatttoe,"Ant hand, for any :made daring' reverence. for woman.' Mrs.
; ';.{:;. 'r+ellabe"krldctsape'oytbe great "'" 'says;that.:, :: said to-be confined to her '" a

1.>: .- ;neering"'project:)'%,The. ecr tmry::aayi 'rood'reaaon state of nervous'collapse. and 1lVU.(5r'Q' EB'qO.9't

; ::t .farther_,that";be'recognize; **BIgetow 'Trill be tag. .

3 t lwli all Kinds
1 ; : ; not tot.'what'hey'wanted out of within the ,: -
y' effect Ms
! ':'_' the canal eommissionAs: to the. charges fce has'm } any unpleasant pro
,, .. Chamberlain's, Stomach and
t '' ."' ..thatthe. negroes'were.paid; nly:half "otriofibery'' : For sale by Red Cross VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY
; ; -. what they; were:promised, he:says itch ityiortelsery: ; \
I I .l: .;:r:-" :: .". ;umtratand that'so far from.leaving- the and that In e. Titusville., s I fFior1d.a.

I, .j; .::! fathmoa,'the:working force ban been-!n- .to.._ HCWs"t .ti'S .
! /' .; keated'.to'17,000.'. Moat;'of'- '
: '-: < BigeknTa these reports
< ; -,'.;(,,:,:- :artide'Taft 'tharacterizea _Mountain i Tea Nuggets' i
aa misrepre for'notoriety Send Job to The Star Office
, : : ;s_tats D.1'IHe: admits that the expense some:; eftD Buy Medioine fa Buj People. your! Printing

ir $. .. 'of tramportatlori for women to the:Irthmtu sfelarles'of' Goldm Haiti uA Knewtd Visor

, t---; ."<.', '" :was'paid, i but declares:tbat they sion of of Troubles for Constlp Pimple ltlon. Indlpertlon Eczema,Impure,Live ,.',
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-i' ; -" ,were members>of:'the families.,'.of the that any: Breath RR 8h Bowels, Headache .
"- It's sky Mountain Tea in Ub, '
.. laborers .. '
Z: I berunous, .
85 cents a box. Genuine made by
:" ;;, ... .? ,. *The senate committee on'Interoceanic .compllsbing't DRCO COMPANY, Madison wls. SAN MATEO CIGARS ;
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: ::':! ,canals Issued a .summons for Mr. Blge- i try;.to get I NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
'x4X: ". low: to'appear as a.witness'concerning ficient

*%. ,. .5''". ,:-.. .Conditions on the Isthmus. I ting;a.p : The success of the San Mateo Cigar,,

t ?:: : Governor' Pattison Inaugurated.t1 corruption.. Sit of Yacht and 8t- is one of the greatest triumphsof ,

.':.;' "'When John 'M. 'Patflton was 'inaugurated Secretary' Book fttbKtlud.. the East Coast since the freeze.

:;:.: ." as governor of.Ohio at Columbus sharply : .

::; : r ;:on' account of Illness he employed officers,for RUDDER Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula of Florida and the

',: .'" the: novel device.of a glass 'cage and sulting'the. } BOOKS Island of Cuba CaD produce, and wrapped with the rich, silky leaf grown on East

ft; :;; foot warmers. while reviewing the in the claim of boats have been built from the lines Coast plantations, the cigar industry of the world has never prodnced better article.
sR/\ ': augural.'procession.* A: movement.has the;amount. < in these books-Successfully sailed in For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union News Company '

;:::. ,,, ., ,been started to change the Inauguration his plaia'of t of all and parts upon, showing every sea what-Fun h if detail and on every train entering Florida. b

;.{' : date:to the first Monday.in'AWll.ai ,The entire nuke ft-Text extremely simple.
; ". committee ou,1'y Manufactured by s. W. ROWLEY San Mateo Fla. V
?_- For Direct Senatorial Election BUILD A RACCR FOR fSO ,
{ .. 'WIlihr i "oftl senate,: and _nttxxt Lark;ray to build;hams all la nit
be minor '
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.: :Leader house Senator : nci r Uwt few a twto lean tb.bjain"ato
;s,: ity has issued assigned statement favorbig' er,and BUILD A 8KINACK .
;: the election'of senators by popular for afternoon jailing... or. knocknyr, about fa
w. '. publican Ha br-.a--.f- I bnih;1101".. or'" }
i+. 'vote-'in 'thtlr respective states. Mr. sad pietas of completed bate
policy of
...,;'WfUaroiexpecta..to be a candidate for BUILD A RACING SLOOP k
:V : vast sums to : r l racial narbiiw ever ittogori a criai
I i= : ,the..,.senate from the state or Mississippi. begun .: ,Ana and Aotrali; ca7 to bold{wn .

'.' '-. ..whehothe part/ primary system war. BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Go.
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: amounts virtually to popular election.
: Without a practical el40wiDIr kow to contract alaaael
'" "*>;motor. Mveral other plans.
; .. \ Mississippi* Antl.lobby Bill. ordered ./
BUILD A KNOCKABOUT'
The antI-,)obby law passed recently byI all matters emand msini boat;.good cabin; zcalUat MACHINE SHOPS
". the Mississippi house of representatives of.the'. tor sbailpw watns.

:'."..' .defines "'obby as all paid representatives of the zone saiLnr A boat SHOAL-DRAUGHT,with. mod_&. ortrbaBf SLOOP av
'!,''-" of Individual or.private corporations Bacon' "

:;:: k.;'.' : -creafed'for profit which have sped : What the BUILD d.v.mhiDlltrairllIIIIUII.craftlon A i FLATTIE OR BHARPIK boj Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS'
l Interests involved In legislation. ballt.. ,
an effort to ;ca be i7 ekeaplr eitber sloop or eat rig s
' : These:are. prohibited from discussing BUILD A MODEL YACHT
w tine of the ,
'' io.ofhotobwldamodelaleolfs
.? any measure in committee or open session !
his : U aU gmod k. HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
i- until they ,have filed credentials ate's ,
.'.,;," .showing who'employed them, on penalty troduced by $1. EACH ,

I ,:; of Imprisonment and permanent..exclusion [ BY EXMCSS: ANYWHERE
I calling
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; ocrat in doth-Gold letterint Size of \ Agricultural Implements i
::i:.' from the legislature. .. ;- pap
.. ing to the inches Urje,curly drawn plans.
*.: Oyerstnet Pet:the Traces.X tional

..V,:;v. )wing*to his intense dissatisfaction purpose was RUDDER STRICT PUBLISHING New YOUR, U.A CO. SANFORD FLORIDA
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',,:: '. '.: In. Indiana' .and. particularly with. tion of our ...''for Library.Calalofiu of Sacks for

,-vfc >:; .the 'Pt posed appointment ,L. C.Bothschild the course of .
,*?' u surveyor of the port of followed -

:;" Indianapolis, Representative Orerstrgetof Spooner V --- --
the' Seventh 'Indiana district ant were not to

::''. I nounced that he would resign as secretary involved. I

-:.*, of the Republican congressional Raynor's,A REGAL
.',-'' committee and indicated that be would The new .

: : refuse 'to stand for re-election to con Maryland, : iLS E
;; grew Mrs Rothschild is the former law ':
attack upon
partner of:,Senator Beveridge and. at Marine

ft,f. present assistant attorney general> of president Engine
::: ,Indhina., His appointment to the err traditions of

L. veyonhlp. is to be, made on request of plunging the
:;:> the senator In spite of Mr. 'sTeobmmendattaTof
: gerous : Spark Ignition Automobile Type
};'.. another'man.. :For that the pr : i Cycle, Jump ,
: 'sever 'It bit been customary tof' I
y ai
years of ;;
functions
'::. fill this Indianapolis place"on recommendation : smallest number of working parts consistent with a perfect operating

;.- -., of the member' of congress The Revolt Our valves insure perfect mixture. Ignition system is like an automobile and
.', r The
: ,from.that district ." liams of .the starts With One turn. Regal engines are fully guaranteed. .
;k Midi''lfolleiw. D..
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Democratic "
..A bill has been Introduced la the New the ( "THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT.

'P :.Toriaiseanly! carrying out.the'recommendation duties and customers say we are the only manufacturers who put good work into a small -
of BJ"tDf pre-
.: Tent cOrporations Governor;from,.,coati'to though expected not t1i Made in three types, i 1-2, 3 and 5 h. p. single cylinder ; 8 to IS h. p. double

'." ,.. political' ampaigm Jfonda.' ,, tt' provides of Republican ; 30 h. p. four cylinder. Send for catalogue No. 8. It shows all the latest de

''' ,':' _.fsjitetM t*oy corporatk., suter..anal_so..that oateadlag aVfersonaootadmg shall against the Tells interesting things about gas engines. Mailed free.

. .- ,.<: ..., can give testimony.agate son teJDl1Ir of I REGAL GASOLINE. ENGINE CO., Cold water, Mich..
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_';\....;: I.E.roj: ;.-,M.,s.'-':'rw. J. bett-l,,.-".,,,'' h- : ioe,' :-' growing.. .-=< tendency, '. .7". ";ontbi -" trailerAJOiTCrooni, .AttorneyGeneralW.'fl.Ellis8ecretary relief 1i. and by'the patient gate tired of,
x \ -r "lt : pit ofwell-to-do'Ameriana find of State H. Oay medicines
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">:" ,: 4'., !.,;;!: "':\{\ d xfn"._oUrrO.D"' .,' ."ooaotrytiaeteiui''- o. and ;Commissioner>> "' :.of. Agriculture: B. E.McUn : The cold eontinuaa to.-deyelaj-' and tike

,1.3 i: '} V. .... to Eoropean resorts of infinitelyjV as the members of the drainage cough grow worw.
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r? J .. d'- ,"' ;; '.becWlngs 1' -" minted"witb the.drainage. tax.levied' under the dlseove? that'the pattes J U in_ the- ..<

:it..{} : -4.. t t&s riblraf':countey..::They: .:are .Incomingti drainage act of the>last Legislature..'Ttlewrit stages of consumption.'. .

wt', r; --"" of' .the:.fact'-tbat'Rlvten. .' H'0 *1essai wstf wsoed 'from the United' States It. was Just in this way fba* bCisa
Powell, *f Aurora ImL, b4*., He*.
f._ !; ; iukf Me ite Tanean have nothing to coartat Jacksonville le,.under date of Jan. She caught Bold.p.d not'conMdaeIngit

'lil& <;, 2 rcAr ie tnVway;:of climate that;may not lltb- _,ach- is'made_ returnable i on Feb, 1st: serious, neglected $t/thlntingfasmanyothorsdotbatttwon

.\ ; t : be better tbani; duplicated ,on this .conti- The suit &,. brought .by ,the,'SouthernStaten } "wsr o*.'+

f; *_>. :neat:and within two or three lara',trltia Land 'and .Timber company, and However,it clung to her teaaeiowif,'

.: 'p; fide k their homeiThe. variety of Amen- names in addition the members of the and in two weeks she,found.... her healtit F .

7f Ui11.i"r.! 'l ,!tssn ecece'jr and' climate'is practically'. nnIimited.'lWe drainage.commission- the. I-tAx .collectors. in a serious condition' f
been fefooht
:: ,,; have. as good a",reproductionoflihe St. Lucie., Dade DeSoto and Lee: conn* FortunatelyPerunahad
to her and she took a oesrw of
: '. ; notice
1 '. ; 'blfie Alsatialj ;'monBtains" in. ties. '
, .. ,* ._,_ _. this remedy before it WM too late.
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2.?, 1.-.,: oa '< and coldwerrebroken
) \.... : In' a letter''to the' DeLand News In a week the cough
1'>Vg. ( with-peaks and precipice :none
;<1:' ? ti ? and a three weeks' treataaeat.
4 ; "the less weirdly' beautiful if their 'measure Congressman: Frank Clark,: .expiatnathe k. completely restored her to health.

ji.. ':!r"t. in'feet.*is.a little,I leee..: And within_aday's 'probable effect of his bin recentlyIntroduced This is what Peruna is doing'all the

j.11: .;' run.by train one may.change from ,;.to; prevent: Internal rev; ..IILLIANAcrl while. Sot a day, and probably sot sa

,' If the delightful I. crisp F : mountain climate to 'ease, collectors, from issuing' government hour passes in.which some one does not
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:..f.ft1Mtf., -. the sunny,;, balmy plateaus of palms and licenses\ to persons engaging in orb have a similar experieno wtth Peruaa.

, .:.. pines W Florida.f J. d the late of-liquors in cftunties and Cure the 'SHgtt Col4 6..-3 AwIBs .? -
IND.
! .I!:' -',.In {Florida .golfing 1 fishing,. riding" Other places;where the sale of Uquorat..forbtddeli'br CoaslHllfu. it
first step toward consumption
1 "'.. (j(" ., ,bunting, ::boating,' bathing and yachting .State:'laws. .He says ( fH-c\r cold. The next step is failure to CNre:
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ffr. : ..can be bad all the winter hot to mention that it wfil result,if passed, "within a PE-RU-NA promptly. The third:step Is tie development

.' : the enjoy men-of'froiteafoe -Which our ,verj.Ihort-Ume.'in. giving'to:the:people CURES of caUrrb, which gradually

, h.\.. ". state isfiunmis-con8eqaenUy the trendof ;.of'Florida:, 'In' the dry- counties a becomes chronic. The fourth step, the-

t t. 'American tourist,travel f every year.is prohibition. that !wlll... prohibit, and. .. COLDS catarrh begins to spread trout the head

ak, .moranandmore: ; ., towards .the south-for\. \ thus y 'ri&otir: State.of the'foulest: blotthat AND to the throat then to the bronchial
1 tubes, and ftn&1111n1o the lungs. 'It U
i -i" the very simple and very excellent reason '
: : ever, :disgraced any State, andsuccessfully
r that the ..south has more to offer Americans COUGHS. then consumption the first tsge.
: openly, and flagrantly, 1 At any time during the progress of.catarrh -
"" leas -in time and :$
A ::: at relatively cost f
violated its law disregarded.the popular ,from the first onset of the cold tits
than : 'section
: 3 money' :any other on ,the will,. and ,flU 1g'c defiance in the final settlement in the lungs,Psruns.

{ .i globe.. faces of : How Pretty Miss can be relied upon to stop the disease,
our and
EJ good women bestmen.
;
y. ; ( t y : f +v If yon have taken a cold, buy Ferun
e ,'. t7 Powell Was Restored bottle the be
: ..;: : :Fancy Prices J'oifln Ewer. Fruit without delay. One in
will do than half
ginning more good a
/w. ; The New York .Frnitman's Guide of Pleasant and most EffectiveT. 1' to Health dozen bottles after the catarrh ha*
,
?- -:.' :. last week,says that there was a 'sale of II J.Chambers, !Vindicator, Liberty fastened itself on the I Dgt.

.. ... full car of Florida oranges 'at,Brown Texas, writes Dec. 25th 1902: -- by Pe-m-na. .Thousand of Testl&ttt&a.We .
"With an/unsolicited
please
"
; :" Seccomb's Tuesday which'certainly was I t bear testimony\f the' curative by Power you hare on file thousands of testimonials

'; a big feather: in Florida's cap. The car of;Ballard's:'Honsnonnd Syrup I have Miss Lillian Powell,Aurora, Ind.,writes:'. from people who hare beta

i consisted of 273 boxes of pineapple used it in my famfly dad can cheerfully- 'Last spring 1 caught severe cold from getting my feet wet and being cured of catarrh of the lungs by Peruas

=', .' oranges shipped from the grove of E. P. firm it is the'most Affective and ''beet out In the rain and la a day 1 had a most miserable cold but I neglected It W.can gin our readers only & slight

it.;.,;.,. : Porcber.at Deerfield Fla.,. to.WesselA remedy for coughs and aplds I have ever thinking would soon leave me. But It bung to me for two weeks, whenI glimpse the vast array of unsolicited
used. Sold
by, Red Crow Pharmacy and felt something must be done, as my condition was serious. endorsements we are receiving every
f These Indian
i{'" Co. River pineapple EauGallie Pharmacy, EanGallie, Fla. "/bad heard so much about Peruna and In Its praise that I bought bottle month. No other physician in the world

< oranges, while not breaking all records and began taking It regularly. I was gratified to find that In a week the bas received such a volume of enthusiastic .

.:::./ for high prices of Floridas made at private EXTENSION PROGRESS. 1 cold and cough was broken up, and three weeks' treatment completely restored letters of thanks as Dr. Hartmaa.

; '.'. sale, certainly broke all records \ my usual good bultb."..UD/JJn Powell. for Feruna.
\ Account -
1:1'',. made at auction. Prices ranged fromr Interesting I Given In the

e- :.!- $3,12$to $$6.87, and the, car, for. brights Tropical Sun.. Ask your druggist for a Free PerunaH. Almanac for 1906

and russets! all sizes,and quality averaged (West Palm Beach Sun.)
:: about $405 right through. What
t' I. Mr. H. L Hillier, who ,has for the P. editor of the Fer-
: made.the sale,the more remarkable was Trimble Hon. W. A. Blount, of Pensacola,

:' that it took place.on the same day as thet. past several months been engaged on nandina Star, publishes a card an- will soon begin the erection of a splendid ROBBINSGRAAM

sale of the last car of Arizonas. As will be the Kef West railway extension work, nouncing that he has transferred his seven-story office and store building

-. found noted in another part of the paper, Is spending a few days with his.family stock in and severed his official con IIi that city;on the site of the one & -

T .this last car of Arizona did remarkably here, and'will return to his duties the nection with the Steam Laundry Com which contained his office and fine law

" ,, well, and'high price was obtained for latter part of the week pany, because, as he has learned, his library which was recently consumedby co,

it; but it is only justice; to Florida to say Mr. .Hillier was se, enby a representative recent attitude on the '"wet and dry" fire. (locorponted. Paid op Capital $23.000.00.)

.' ; that the fruit from the Tatter state beat of The Tropical Sun yesterdayand question Is injuring the business of This lands

'. the product of Phoenix'around the block asked what progress was being the -concern. Imperfect Digestion in the company Indian Hirer owns Country -

conclusively; proving that really ?fancy made in the building of the extension Means l less nutrition and in consequence ,on the SL Lucie River,

Florida >fruit still retains the former re- which is to span' >several miles of The Diamond Cure Iras vitality. When the liverfailato at New River, and on Bis

ea spect and affection it formerly held in ocean in connecting by rail 'Florld 'l The latest news, from Paris, i., that secrete hiltthe Mood becomes loaded cayne Bay.
with bilious: tieethe becomes
digestion
propetf -
r' the heart of the New York trade. island city .wlth New York, said that they have discovered a diamond cure for impairedaniKthe< bowels consti-
If fear PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
' 1 Mr. Porcher is certainly to be 'congratulated the amount of work being done was consumption. you consumptionor pated. Heroine will\ tily this; it gives
pneumonia it will, however bN best
,
p on the showing he has made. He simply remarkable. He estimated For you to take that great remedy m-n- tone to the stomach/It r and kidneys, Send for Iud lilt.OJ'J'ICZIAT .

l has devoted much time, trouble and that there were: now engaged in the tioned by W. T. McGee, of Van I ..-, strengthens the apyetite,\learn and improves i

: money to this Deerfield grove, and the operation at'le tJlve' thousand men TenD.III had a congh, for fourteen and vigor the to complexion the whole system., infuses 50 new cents life a .

i results of his intelligent work are satisfactory all told, and'the grading on the upper years.Dr. King's Nothing New Discovery-helped me, until Consumption I took liottle. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy, and TITUSVILLE AND lilAWI.

in the extreme, not only to.those end of the new road is being rapidly Coughs and Colds which gave instant EanGallie Pharmacy, EauGallie, Fin.t *

intimately connected with the car in point completed. The camps are gradually relief and effected a permanentcure.

'* but to all who have an eye on Florida's moving.further to the south and day ." Unequalled quick cure, for
throat and long troubles. At the Bed LA
POSADA
=
r f r
future asan orange-growing state, and by day Key West is, so to speak, Cross Pharmacy; price 50c and $1.00,

..who believe that the only reason that growing nearer,New York. guaranteed. Trial l bottle free.CIGARS. A Pleasant Ftnlly Hot

.1 good prices are not uniformly obtained Mr. Hillier has charge of Camp No. Mr. Stewart, of our Melbourne -

for Florida fruit is because the fruit itselfis 1, which is located on Plantation Key office,is creating our St. Augustine Florida

not worth the price in point of quality and when asked if he ever grew lone I Furniture Department to Convenient to Union Depot

and condition. The big average obtained ly, he.said that it was almost impossible meet the genuine wants of and to all points of interestBeautifully
for this is that intelligent
proof positive
'a, car
and scientific horticulture to feel ,lonely amid such scenesof the people, and he now Located ud Open All-tha-Taar
brings a T
as he was forced to wit
progress
F rich reward and that really fancy Flora claims to have the most BITES:
ness every day. He speaks of the
.ida oranges are worth a premium at anytime construction of the road as the,most I complete line of House Furnishings I $1.50 and $2.00 per day
-
J on the New York market. ... the Special rates to families
remarkable engineering feat in railway ever seen on and permanent gueeta....

i:!, : construction ever undertaken ci

The superintendent of the prisons of and says that when it is completed it 1m river.Our prices are right and MrS. C. Gould Proprietress

New York state gives some interesting will doubtless rank as one of the
take all kinds of
conclusions in his annual report. Most leading;systems in the world. f we pleasure -

1 short-term convicts, he says, have long 1. a? in quoting them. EAST COAST MEAT MARKET
Bent Her Double"I
criminal records, while life prisoners are
You have heard of
nearly always without previous criminal knew no one, for four weeks when YOU WILL ENJOY Angle o. P. DQBEL Ilt1t,

record. Not 1 per cent. of the life prison I[ was sick with typhoid and kidney any of our popular brands of cigars. We I Lamps? Some people call
trouble,".writes Mrs. Annie Hunter, of receive them fresh from the manufacturers them Angel Tamps. Writeus Florida and
k ers who have been liberated in the state and
Pa. that's
Pittebnrg, "and when I got better, why
t have committed a second crime., Nearly although I had one of tbe best doctors I THEY RETAIN THEIR FINE FLAVORand and we will tell you the l lI lI

', one in four life prisoners ,die in the first could get, I was bent double, and had to are uniform, in quality. Our cheap I! joke on Mr. Rockefeller. Westernleats
; ten of their terms and 17 rest my hands on my knees when I
years per cent. cigars smoke better than most expensive
walked. From this terrible affliction
I
of them go' crazy. The 'most riOQ't' was rescued by Electric Bitten, which ones bought elsewhere. Well made cigars I FEE & STEWART CO.

crimes, he thinks, are committed by per restored my health and strength, and makes from selected tobacco well cured
.
an smoke. We
exquisite
have
,f sons who are temporarily unbalanced !now I can walk as straight as ever. They that kind. f Melbourne and Fort Pierce
." are'' ,wonderful Guaranteed to cure null Kinds
::' i mentally by passion or intoxicants but
.
stomach, liver and kidney disorders; at RED CROSS PHARMACY
r. who are !d'morally crooked. .Red Crow 50 r
" !Pharmacy; price cents. TITUSVILLE. TITUSVILLE, FLOHID1.

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rm'' VI> .... x...bl. 7u0...IAw u,'-' f wasty-:trait stock watch would not b.ol1i Made the morning ; no yeast, no "set. : .. <' / ':tJj

,, Art C>eirirater'Harbor:, borg =C,4),,. 't.:,.r" .--I'A1M-':'(; .."... ..._....-._or"f. .... up;with a large, ,preponderance large ting" over night ; never. sour, never cause. iridigcstion. -. ",,!2 !i,

!1 j\ ); I,:;Carry, ;.a 'prominent "'" !JJ Ii elS "n.lSo' .'.05t .-'. ::alzed<< 'coarse::orangey,and'a'very'fiat eV, *

&{dtiziaof e1'We :'died his \ ..aIUII P8R0tAt.disqualified td'eman&, .There.:Ii'ia' 'brisk call for .
; at, home "\<,<,'' : ',.. "r ,, ...s.. ." o. '
1fi11t.JjjjJ i,, m tyon.L.fiiesday.: sound,' medium';to-small fruit, such as t To make a perfect,: buckwheat, cake, anda .. 11
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''t Plt'. i 01ty'G --4-/' L. are'. shipping"<- :. : s the peddle=; d prefers;' but large thousand other dainty dishes see. t e" ,I J.t1
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r.: gver ZOO,quirts:of::strawberries'a.dayttinuithern'm > In oranges, ,)have, 'gone' .begging'. in. .many Royal Baker and ,Pastry Cook Mailed ,.. .1

l arkets. Key. :West" -.to,try'other, cases-there- cases; The... poor. quality undoubtedly : : a
?'i1";,;, :, } ., which Judge Wan is disqualified. Ii Ve'to. heavy rains which- flood free to any address. >: if.f .

i t w:'Y., Sandlin "Of Jasper has ., .J. -
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; The.>-Tuesday. :issue, of :the Times=! ed:.Florida'for a considerable ..period. f f'
1\ : : gppatnted,to:::flU 'the" vacancy,in ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. '
0\$ thatState !t
Control Union Contained ,a large., portrait of News,from: is that the,fruit ,
J-t'11 thiBoardLof caused thefresignauonof
by :
{l Miss Gertrude Chittenden.; of Tallahassee ., bar been water-soaked,'the roads rendered 4

"t- '' ]''i Ji : ,Mr. N.>dams. ,- \who I on' Monday held tb> impassable, 'and the woods 'and LAST LINK COMPLETED than ever before/ and the increase '

: 1 4h| ;-JadgeJasper,, -,FrGreer. a prominent first. place in the jiotable, contest,"for. the 'orange, groves 'literally\ flooded can be attributed largely to this 3

:: fit If'citizen; 'of..Clay: county, died at ,bar the honor. of crowning. 'the.' speedkingat While' this., condition curtailed shipments Paved Highway Between Palm Beach road, which now opens up the longest v

; i' :home'in ,Gfeen: Cove:Springs on Wed. the,Ormond auto" races.t. ,' unfortunately it did not hold and Miami. and what will undoubtedly. ii_

;t%"':f"tr%. : ,.P nesday', ,last? ;Lln ;the ;seventy-fourth, The. first number .'eg the Tampa them' down ,to such an extelt.as. to (Miami Metropolis.:) come the greatest pleasure highway to '

...-r.--; ,,yearof.. ,'his age. Globe 'Issue'd 'tUt.nd&i prevent receipts being excessive forthe'deman& in the State. .
Daily :was : Miamiand West Palm Beach are '
't'i4tr1 The .list of recent' distinguishedvisitors this week, although it-is To Mr. Fred Sterry, manager .of thfr
: and presented quite'a creditable_ appearance now linked by one continuous paved,

? < }li to, Miami included the .well with. a generous. advertising. expected that there.:"will be a"great highway, a distance of sixty-eight Hotel Royal Poinciana,goes the creditof

}ltJf'; ,;known, author, :Jack London,, and. Dr.I patronage.. Whether'a daily Journal falling ,off- next week' when an improvement miles, and which, is second .to no having been the first person to-

i'i {t. ".Samuel.;tA !Binion,. the translator of devoted almost .exclusively. to the ':in prices" is ,hoped" for.' good road constructed. thorough. drive his auto over the new road,com-

:.:$..{}.:.'tfi; -H 1 '"Quo. .... Vadls.. cause of. organized' labor'--can< be sue Fancy' oranges in good' order, and fare in .the;.State, the joining link of ming from the West.Palm Beach end: rand
"" of medium to Fort Lauderdale.
accused of tamed in'a place like remains with a. liberal, proportion. this proceeding
k: 'J. N.;Strobhar/ efbezzle- Tampa, twenty-two miles of road between
.
to small sizes, sold this week at $2.25to forty-eight miles and crossing that
{fkment. 'ol ,Atlantic ,Coast; Line funds to be proven., Fort, Lauderdale. and .Delray to which

kr- ,., and'.recntly. ..brought :back_from', Canada ,, The Savannah Morning N WI'.of: 12,75 .per box, while extra fancy points it .had previously been built part of the road'recentlrlald,
'o Indian River stock' sold- for as high This was done last Sunday and the
)t : ,!has. been, released $5,000 ball the 14th inst prints a very good representation from Miami and West Palm, Beach,
.t General of brights and ride enjoyed by Mr. Ster
$3.00. runs was greatly
as
1J11".1 by:an.Atlanta*.court of the amateur championship respectively, having been completed '
il'" russets ruled ,at '$2.oQi: ; $'.25, while ry and his guests on the' trip., The
The ,Florida delegation' at Washington automobile trophy offered by : within the past few days, thoughIt t
:'!t .% :: 96s sold largely at .too'to $1.25, and new part.of the road, they report is
:
4 j.i ,has, decided.'to postpone the George W. Young of New York, for will be* some days yet beforeIt
126s averaged about" $1.25 per box. somewhat rough on account of the
{ :Introduction of tha bill'for an appspriatlonforthe.TampaIathmian'1x. competition in, the:ten-mile championship has been thoroughly crushed and '
... These prices in: the:main represent roller having not finished. its work,
: race at Ormond.. tls model rolled to afford easy and eomfortab'lepassage
; ,
; store transactions. Large quantitiesof though it is in sufficient condition to
:i. .
;:\:': ,position, until .February.. of Hcauirs figure.- "Victory," which of pedestrian, animal, vehicle;
sold through
.
:fruit were arrival, allow: the passage of any automobile
1, stands 48 inches in height.'The automobile or bicycle..
fi g":;<, ",GeL :,George Reese, ..a' well- known the auction,.houses, and -prices averaged The completion of this road means or carnage

...'. and highly,respected citizen of Pensa/ Spanish ,mackerel fishing in ,about the same. as ex-store.
much Miami West Palm Beach
to
; cola, and a Confederate: veteran with Florida is away behind that of last Strictly: fancy grapefruit. IB,scarce Times-Union Voting Contest

splendid'record died at his home in year. The'fishermen have considerable and the country intermediate, in thatit I contest the
.a and high $4.0CT to:$5.00'per: boa Ordinary i The among respective
Pensacola '72'years: difficulty in filling their ordersfor opens up a new line of travel be-
Sunday, aged stock plentiful and'selling
friends of the several fair candidatesfor
tween the two places and affords
a
;; ', ',The I Florida Chautauqua," at: Dec stock. Representatives of Northern at $1.50 to ,$3.ot 'per box. facility for those living along it to the honor of presenting to the'win..

Funiak Springs, will begin its ses- 'fish merchants are on the ground I. .
4 tv .> reach either of the places above men. of the two-mile-a-mlnute limit
fish ner
s_ _? moan January 29 \1. An unusually attractive and buy the as fast as caught, Florida'Winter Bible Conference.The
and have contracted for the tioned or a market or shipping auto race at Ormond the splendid
program will be ,presented, many : third'annual ,conference will ,
is built of native
point. The road
the musical section being exception. whole catch of fishing firms where open: in the great Conference. Audito of'the trophy offered by the Jacksonville

ally. fine. possible.-N. Y. Fishing Gazette. rium in Gainesville, R&rlda, on February rock sufficiently wide to allow Times-Union terminated Saturday,

,
t safe passage of two or more vehiclesand
= i;: The annual .sessions of .the South Mr. Ernest McLin, son of the State 11th, and continue,until the 25th is smooth and adequate enoughfor resulting in the choice of Miss Mary

Commissioner of Agriculture has --to be followed by the Chautauqua
,eastern. Freight, Association and the, all modes and lines of travel. Simrall, of Ormond, whose aggregatevote
1 : gone to Ocala to become partner of Assembly which opens March the
Southeastern Mississippi Valley Association .
As a result of the completion of yas 20620. The other contestants
S. A.'Rawls,.lessee of State convicts.He 1st. The increasing attendance upon
began in Tampa on Monday.
this road, or the connecting part of made the following records respectively -
{ numbers has had opportunities, in the office the CoJ1 erelce'from all parts of the
..Larne' I of both organizations ,
it, there is already a perceptible in : Miss 'Maude Frye, Palatka,
of his father, to become familiar Union together with the added number -
1 are In attenc1 .11ce., crease in the number of automobilesand 15,169; Miss Louise Foote, Daytona.
with the means and methods of gainin of famous preachers to be present
'Congyeumalt. .Sparkman. was a touring cars both here and at 10,996; Miss Gertrcde Chittenden.
the business, and will, doubtless this year, assures by far the greatest
Ditnerit'-member. .of .the National Palm Beach, and within a short time Tallahassee 7,280; Miss Sara Harris
L meet with success. attendance and most interesting ses
3' :River and. Harbor, Congress which : there will be several lines of these Ocala, 6,207; Miss Dorcas Broyard,
slog ever held. At no conference inAmerica '
.
met in Washington.this week, and de The Tampa Globe of Wednesday vehicles carrying passengers back Tallahassee, 4,637; Miss Ivy Cloubh

} .livered a .notable address, .in which complains that its representative, ac- will greater and more celebrated and forth daily between the two Leesburg, 4.393. ,

'he' advocated 'an annual appropriation companied by an official of the,TampaClgarmakers' men be found on the program. places, while it will be a regular route The contest has afforded a vast
4 : One can well afford to travel miles;
R lor riven and harbors of fifty millions Union were forbiddento of travel for private vehicles. fund of milt excitement for those who

of 'dollarS. land at Key West, where a protracted to such a Conference.The This increase. in automobiles .is i like that sort of thing, and has doubt
opportunity afforded by the
: '.The;;winter. session of the Kentucky and bitterly contested. strike Conference to hear such great men, more perceptibly noticeable at Palm less been quite a profitable enterprisefor

:' ; Military- -' Institute at Eau Game proving of ciearmakers is in progress. It wasan I Beach, where they have been very the Times-Union. Aside from subscriptions -
make and at the same time make a visit
awkward time for them to
a complete and gratifying success*, scarce in the past on account of there and normal sales, this en-
to Florida, escaping the cold of the
= which .will' commend its novel plan such a visitation. being no facilities or roads for "dri* terprising newspaper must have realized -
North, should attract many more each
r toy other educational institutions in The plans for the Governor's mansion ing," but the fever seems to have hit from extra sales, on account of
year.
the; North as 'a practical means of at Tallahassee have been com. it hard and as a result there have the contest coupons, fully enough to
; A more suitable place could not
x : escaping the vigors of the northemwinter pleted by the Jacksonville, architect, been a great number of cars taken cover the cost of the trophy and all '
have been chosen for the Conferencethan
I climate. H. J. Klntho, and the building is thus there already this season,while many minor expenses of the content, and

the beautiful city of Gainesville,
*j' described: It will be of wood or con. others will come before it has closed. have quite a handsome sum left in the
,- ,The.Starke Telegraph proposes the with its wide streets, beautiful oak
.. .. crete, Corinthian in style, the front Miami also has many more autos shape of clear profits. '
establishment in that wide-awake trees, pure spring water, splendid sys
and sides surrounded by a broad gallery

t town 1)f) a training college for divinity supported by massive columns, tem of schools, hospitable people, etc. i

students ,under the auspices of.ths A most charming place to winter.
numerous bath
and whl contain
Episcopal Diocese of' Florida. Itsarguments The hotel and boarding-house rates S. K. WATTSLadies'
rooms, furnace and all modern con
r in favor of the enterprise are the most reasonable in Florida.
veniences.The .
-F an, wen stated, and the public will Among the speakers who are In-

watch the sequel with interest. Volusia County Medical Society vited and expected to be present du- and Gents' '

at.its annual meeting last week ring the Conference are' among the Furnishings

j' Governor Broward has removed elected the following officers for the
most noted ministers and Bible teachers .
Robert,Hannog. Constable of the 3rd. ensuing year: President, E. C. At- of America. 'Dr. J. Wilbura.Chapman DRY GOODS, NOTIONS

District.. .. .Dade. county from. office upon wood; Vice-President, Dr. H. H.
America's leading evangelist;
the grounds that he had been guilty Seelye; Secretary ,and Treasurer, Dr. Boots, Shoes, Stationery, Novelties, Etc.
Dr. James.M.. Gray, Dean of
of encouraging certain parties to J. E. Rawlings. Dr. H. K. DuBois, of
: Morely Bible Institute Dr. A. C.
;
Eau Gallie Florida
ar engage In street fighting and brawling Port Orange, Dr. John McDairmid and a
Dixon the great Baptist preacherof .
t with the Consent and without the Dr. Geo. A. Davis, were apointed asa
Boston; Rev. John J. Tigert, LL. 1
: Interference of, said constable.The committee on public health and '
D., probably the greatest scholar in

completion' of the work of opening legislation. the South; Evangelist George R- Hotel Man River Rockledge Fla.

.a waterway through the beautiful. Stuart, an original pulpit genius; ,
': Bev.Carlisle P.B. Martin L.L D. f
; Dear Leesburg is to be '
Uk repine Prof J..R. C. Brown, one of the beat

zet t : 'celebrated by excursions between that Of Waverly, Texas,writes: "0f a morning Bible teachers; Mr. R. V. Miller, who Entirely Renovated and Modern ThroughoutIt
when first arising, I often find a I
,
-T-- place. and Silver Springs on the'Ock- troublesome collection of phlegm which delivers charming lectures on un i

lawaha'on the Alligator, a handsome produces a rough and is very hard to dislodge fulAned prophecy; Dr. Clarence B. I is situated in an orange grove and in the heart of the garden spot of FloridaA

,little, steamer 81 feet long, 29 feet ; bat a email quantity of Ballard's Strouse, the director of the conference subtropical region on the bank of the famous Indian river i

'" beam 1T'state l'OOIDIand a com Horehound Syrup will at once dislodgeit 'and one of America's
jrlth. ; most successful
s and tbe trouble is over. I know of no Cuisine Same as at Elberon Hotel, Elberon, N. J.
,F M modloai saloon.Circuit medicine that is equal to it, and H is so evangelists, and a number of

: > ,Jude W. 8. ,Buttock, of pleasant to take.. I can most cordially others t Boating. Hunting, Fishing, Orchestra, Etc. ?:
recommend it all needing
Governor; to persons a For further information address Booms with without baths Rates
fi. Ocala has been assigned by I medicine for throat or lung trouble." or : $3.00 to $5.00

i: Broward to try the Wilder murder Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy. andEan Ferdinand, Bayer. ,.' Secretary Gainesville V. JORDAN Manarer ofOLBERON HOTEL
J.
being Gallic Fhannaly Eau Gallic Fla. Florida. M'gr.Also 'f
. .c' 'cue. -at. Tampa', Judge wan' Elberon New JelIe1
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: CII IW"'K.1EEP. _
: } -r2'htit7t' :: tet.wttta-'apltal..of.iSU; !'M i magnitude: .' ythe '.undertaking 'is.only.' NriMea __ ; III They -. -
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.iL i rit |* .. flj"i8ooooo0g J' :comiaon i> :;iatocJ. ; ,tai. jrom Dfidmito '\,iJV' est .. -- ,truck-gardening: as'a profitable

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,,_'.::...:i'J.'. ::fy. -,; He U..lAentifled: ...Iitb:8tiigdaid., OU; -lei-- .' the. keyandthat: :'of. -- ,.:tile'. rest".... of -the.. )f,the Cnnard line;'a:cable Is.now.be !CIeI 'w' aMet, er 4uanta Qfc MJi Bo. Bro4

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::v':17'i' i "t'r"A': ::2.i' ''W'a':;;-;;:" :.)'ft:".. r';'... companyBinip r begin tograspfan -) used 1this '
:" ,, '; .. __. ; '. f eetato4esaltRiiiater: i ybu can Is:said ,to be the largest ever
p$, ;.,:'!-nd _. '.! ; : 'and Preserv-- : Railway'and Engineering
< Louis : ; .
8t .the
.rhi ": the -" ,. { fthetcqiosal undertak service, says
:-i;:: i'h...... ;<,"h.: 'q I idea links are 22inches'loug
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r ;'" prtor to' 1# V-.lflOB.'',This.{based oa 1 370 tons, the strain applied being about _
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relation '- 90 percent Merchants &
14) i1 i ; '. '.trboleaale pricesto the: dlJijlb' "There'will.. be seven water openings, : strain. : 'i'i i
l proof .
: capita consumption --- drawbridges
,Y per ", / twenty-five, feet; and three,
.,'" : .' '. .'" ,(bet tof-',.breadatults.: meat;, da Iry'and each will 410 feet Cored His other of Rheumatism '
garden ,clothjngT:!metals/lw which, aggregate LINESBETWEEN
': products -' -- : road "My mother has been a sufferer for STEAMSHIP .
rt etei embracing'practically 'is 'the ,first.key' the .
; drugs
.k 1j( ber, glaasj# paints Key :largo many years from rheumatism," says W.HHoward .

;it. } i' -::. : all:,the ;necessaries''ot Ruches .and is, the largest on the" line., of Husband, Pennsylvania."At ..- I

k .. ', life., ij- m$ be" ." gaboutthirtyiles: in 'length; thef times she was unable to move at :

;- of NottMm.Beonritip. tnlj' eighteen all,. while at all times walking was pain I
vertes'1
.. about
Report railroad i tr .' ful. I presented her with a bottle ofChamberlain's SAYA1AH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA I
concerning ,
c F ; : -' <,' The first report since Northern""Securities 1902 ,I miles i, of.:the key; however.. Then comes Pain Balm and after fewappluations .
'1t ,the operations'of.the; : down theteysttaStock she decided it was the mostwonderful !
:t: ded- Plantation Key and so on
company ,which;; before .the into pain reliever she had ever
; !
fi: ; Island and then '"-
r r.4-1!&t: ,slpn'ot the supreme court Was the hold'x : tried in fact, she is never without it now Direct Connections for -

fifl1Dr':company'ot.+tbe''NortherarPadfie' l KeyWat and is at all times able to walk. An occasional '

9_ .$ and :Great 'Northern. :railroads. ,- 'showstegai > >$"There re":.some six thousand'men application of Pain formerIroabied'with" and Boston .
York
ta
surepIua she. !
_. 1 \ :expenses of-506.: ,andat, '.scattered' from the !mainland away the pain that was Red Cross Washington ,
: sale
4= ., 'Itacapitat stock.baa i in" camp: For by ,
J.- "" .". of, $281,007. "', '. "' '; cutting 'out the '
some
&...,..-;,. been.reduced from- $9*4oqf900" to 13.-,. t, .1 ... -'" andrthere'on"
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; the grades.
'- '" h building
_:' .\<'Mf4.000. ,,- ., *' \ fight of-way; For Over Sixty Years. through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations .
r 1- : f. '
i'.0 I ( '.' embankments
w dredges. building Mrs. Windows' Soothing' Syrup has and cuisine unsurpassed..-

;Jj 't I ,EXEguiljyf I"preaentatlop 'I- ; -across.- the waterways. An. interesting been used for over sixty years by millionsof t -
'
; of the work IS the mothers for their children while teething SEND FOR BOOKLET.
A,I feature: with perfect success It soothes the

s' % T '1Yledalta.3ur'pvChunlr l .. division. ol.the different- races'intosepajrate --, child, softens the gains, allays all pain, !
e '\..' especially colic and is the best remedyfor H. C. AVERY Com'I Agent, Jacksonville, ,
s : ,Thu Iormal.. of;,a medal ,campS: One camp, cures wind the .
_v- hcorjto Captain .JameaR.KCbnrch, ; New York .Indians, presents diarrhoea. It will relieve. poor W P.TUR3ZB G.P. A.,
'1 i gt cotnposedYof. -- little sufferer immediately. Sold by drug J. C. WHITNEY, 2d V. P. &: If,",
?United
the :First : -
raeefefant surgeon In seem
U ; picture; and they of the world. Twentyfive -
r a unique Kists in every part BALTMORE, MB.
'' :_ '- ';States cavaky.during' th 'Spanish war.gallantry.at familiar with their w rk." cents a bottle. Be sure and ask, for 1 GmmBAL'OfFICES,
4 kettle of GuasUnai thoroughly ". and
dor the Interesting "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,
took
i RooseveltvThlaGoloncKBoosevelfa : 'f While there Mr:.Moss many
'
;: .Y wei made by President take no other k!nd.
regiment andthe of the keys and the
:3wu.. pictures .. '
t. '. :1 president testified to being an eye- work being done ,on the railway. He EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS ) .

"4 =, ':, ':.' i. 'vrttnesa to Captain: Ctrordfa gallantry.Thea also brought,: back many rem I iscendes > _

vs '; : in an.address:to the legWatiye'Committee : I sojourn on the ,, _
months' _
of
his two 5
j of the dtnerlcan'Medical .as- :
;
sounded a note Florida Keys.Chamberlain's.' ATENTS
,Yi'. i. } sodatton the president
: ".." ,of warning 'as tothe future In cane of AblO-
Cough Remedy
4 i.' war on'account of'aD Inadequate med lutely'Hannless .......; ;.." ,. "
}- leal ;corps. He referred .to'tiie lesson medicine TRADE.. MARKSCOPYftttHT
childfen
.h k : : se'have'given us In'this re- The fault of giving DttKNa;

t.Y containing injurious sntetanres, is sometimes ,. *&C.a .
reAnother the disease '
more .disastrous than Aerate ketch and decriptkra may

;:';. ; .. "Middy .: from :which they are suffering. 'Every Q1ItckJ1"Invention prollabl1 oar-nt.ab1.- free Commnnica.tionsetricti wbetber au.
Midshipman John P. .Miller of Lan mother should know that Chamberlain'sCough ,eml HaadbookoePatents
safe for children lent free. Oldest agency foeiritb' pateDtIo i/i /
.caster Ky., who'ass expected to grid Remedy is perfectly Mann *Co. teaser (
nothing harmful totbemertcan. .
contains
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take. .It
t ute 'at the head .of thisyear's class to and is un- _cr
colds croup 4t's
and for coughs, f
was:arrested,at,the Naval academy on For sale by Red Cross Ph rm- $CItntllk' .
I
surpassed.
>charges of hazing several members. ,of A luadioibclyniintnted; weekly ,.... etr-
class.. acy. enUtion of uy*a nUflc tooruL ee.deai IIi
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; the foUrth' ; ttmnnonUu,!! Odid b ) IIu

Fooling the Hen & CO ealerpdttay.New fi8nMb
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'- I' RELIGIOUSFraneisea's J Professor Meyer E. Jaffa .of Berkeley Oflae.CS V 8U WuI1ID ou.D.C.

H* t CaL, launched a conspiracy againstthe
and comfort of the barnyard Sunshine in
,
'f' San HindooTemple. peace your
; .
-" the session of-the farm'era' -
during
knotvri as Swami fowl
Hindoo
.z .A. priest says the
other day
the
''y Trlgunatita of SaD Francisco' has.worshipi dedl- San institute Francisco Chronicle. Professor Home t ,J tS
of
| ? In that city a temple
d i i' cated of successful x
Although Jaffa told the farmers a
mission.
*i called the Vedanta to solve
; 'small.affair, being a one experiment that was designed times Is assuredto zA
is a a
f r'- ;. .., : story If only building and the membership beIng 1 the problem of fattening poultry for Rfty-two year ___ ef _
the market. The experiment as he pie you if you
; about fifty' the Importance of:the _
event ,lies In .the claim'.tbat It Is the tured It had been tried with remarkable -
\ church; building to be results at Petaluma. AID
+ v' first Hindoo America. Over.the door is'' "All that"y require," explained the READ The SUNThat

: erected, Absolute' professor. an electric light In your
the
Inscription, May
; ; 1- .thIs' Is henhouse. Three hours after the fowls
preached.
bless alL" The religion to illustrated weekly paper,
have been well fed and have gone
to practical
'; "philosophy applied
called" roost for the night you turn on the printed in Jacksonville and

$ 1CUC. electric light The unreasoning birds J
everywhere.
i ..Church.Unity In Canada. jump to the conclusion% that the sun has published .

,As.a.result of the recent conference risen and they fly down from their
r t K in Toronto of 100 jrepresentatives from perches'with Intense appetites and eat '''::SIFor sale 1by the rc

the governing bodies of the Presbytef another hearty meal of corn. Then you A. K. Taylor .

rlan, the llethodlst and the Congrega turn out the light Three hours later

;'tt' : tlonallst churches Canada a plan of you turn on the light again, and once and all the INDIAN RIVER.
bat been practtcaily Hakes the cartoons
i ) organic unlon more they darn their crops with food.

1 < agreed upon.. ..;TheL new;:orpnIzatic I In this manner chickens can be fat- other pictures. HOUSETITUSVILLE ::
church
by the MUSIC
when finally approved tened for the market on,short notice .
.. members will: be known as"the "United and comparatively small expense."

i ., Church x>f:Canada"and Is;to bVfbVtnrtdibyfa who attending j
,: jNow: all the farmers are Claud UEngleIn FLA. =
t... general, ;.conference'. .after, the farmers'> institute are planning ,
., -the'form of the Methodists The next equipped I
,to have their chicken bouses
:l': .' lower body la to J>e:i_jcotbcil: of the with electric lights to deceive the simple pungent editorial paragraph
: and the third
Congregational .style, mind of the trusting hen.
that
f' looks after the things
'
the'presbytery,
( .' body: In:rank IB .to be '
i
; I headed by a moderator. t Stomach Troubles and Constipation need attention. 1

'j '. Church' Concert:For}$lu mi V l' l ambe- h's, Stomach and Liverrablete !

'; :, The Church of the Ascensibn, one of are the beet thing for stomach -
.. churches troubles; and constipation I have everloldr'save WARM BRIGHT, FACINATINGLT :
Fifth'avenue
t t'D fashionable .a druggist of Know All About theEAF
,_' I : )f New York, of which the Bev. Percy Potwrville J.Mich.B.: Collman Thejare easv to takeanda1nyiJl CLEVER D ) You Want to

t ': & G>(*if t lathe p1.ior.*:has adopted 1 fe" satisfaction. I.tell mynwtomers

. ,. the pko suggested,by.Cfcveland poi to try them and if cot satisfactory That the Sun (COAST OF FLORIDA? 1
Success their money
.;' 'f ett In a former number of the ; to come back and get Fore
neverhads complaint. '
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.< Yt ;r >, Greene ana.uaynbr,the long: fugluveafllcezeehacged trust" and afterward 'one" of its;bitterest :' 4' .;

;!' ;t ?:rvlthC.S3Taanah harbor foes. identified certificates of six any revoltThe : Bears the Signature of

ff |tf frauds.; .,were' brought?intp court.at'Sautodiction.of !hares of the original trust which are : budget'for'1906. '' shows' that the'' i. -
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.: ":! Yt ipns $1,050,000,000 and that It will be n es-
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";?' }; federal"grand'311l'1 at,-UticaJ British''Pirliimen 'Dissolves;, ,Morales', took refuge-in the -

Jt; W t; :N.Y. 'has Indicted the.New York' 'Cenf Following ?the" dissolution' of V parliament American' legation affray at Santo Domingo The Kind You Have Always Bought

.-J .. <\i ' .. IA ; gunboat?-with the tacit consent of act.Ing'PreSldent -
;Y'i1; 'c4pnateaon ip?., pflrfffi ot.gly' ; ..JaiL. 1" .8..,; the, necessary legal. picerea.' In his efforts to In Use For Over 30 Years.
t'1j ,1tsgrebttea to the ''General Electric_ steps weer! taken fottheeleetloa of hememberi Morales had broken

r "i:: y 'company-tohe: .amount of 2O.'ellts'a" :of .a new parliament; which escape one."of his pursuers legs. .and he"was'otherwiseIn TMC_V.._".... TT MVIMMT Vnvsft tfCW T.M>91ftI t

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.:t .. 't e.u- :e"'at'Jiew' :t'"'YorkJearhed. t r all parts pf the -BhAmberlain'a. .Cough Bemedy. :, the :

'' ;thit bbgu Wrtlflcate4 of.1QO shares of United Kingdom Best Made '

!rthe J common""stock of'theh orfolk.and i t i ,ttejrarious.party -
leaders have 'In my opinlon.'Chamberlain's Cough SEA ARDSavannah

V Western railway.hadT:.:.originated In entered into the Remedy is the best made for colds," says
J k .Pittsburg., This.1s. the first successful'attmpt Mrs Cora, Walker of: Porterville Call
}-i :at .counterfeiting a stock ceriuCttfi electoral cam brnia*,There is no doubt about its being

42itt9 beNrl7 ffffMi flm:,difijlcs V; V paign. the best. No other will cure' a cold so 1&i r. i ATE ,

1.6 J.if'j'j ;'Ie t yffa'ifpjfttowntyfaff":who wfts. knownto Among the unusual quickly No other is so sure preventiveof -FOR-
-. featuresof4he pneumonia No other is BO pleasantand I
f ,. [ b have bad In bl&Doesesalon. one of thehiogns
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(* tion campaign it why it should be preferred to any other. ,
:.,.;#" waa smelled. J.410\at: Turkey town, the address published The fact is that few people are satisfied Richmond Washington Baltimore.
I 4' ]Md4 :as %..fugitive;.from:,Justice and .. John with any.other.aUer having.once used ,

:.i- 3., :brqugnt back to New'York to'be" tried Bums.Burns., by the labor. this remedy. For.sale. by Red Cross Philadelphia, New York, .
larcenyl
for grand Pharmacy. *
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member of the
'The'' .allege' accomplice of Seton ,
a 4 cabinet He declares for the paymentof TWO TRAINS DAILY. '
::8aD ue\Huniphfei ;;,!was arrested at
woman suffrage, triennial SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL
mons parliaments
of the bogus certificates to.the:amount ; AND CURE THE LUNCS '
eighthour work day and the
:' of 14500000 d been lithographed by ;
}. abolition of the house of lords'nud all
the Hamilton Bank Note company on hereditary authority, which would 'include WITH Dr. King'sNew MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.1

,r i Beton's order.ostensiblyfor( anotflclal; ; the crown itself. The Unionist
of the Norfolk and W Ste u. The certificates -' j
g -disposed of had a face"valueofrabout press accuses Burns of using seditious ONLY LXNE .
language at the very moment that he DiscoveryCONSUMPTION ,
|400.o6o( but it, was not was'about to take,office and vow allegiance Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eans.
known'how( iuch more of the :Worthless / Pries
:the .
-- to .king.Germany's
Eft 'paper,leas afloat, -., FOR I OUSHS and SOc ti$1.00
It h Moroccan Record. LJOLDS Free Trial. For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent or
=* For.Drunkard's. Family.
t3 Damagw The German version of what has tak- write to ,
The five children:of'John Hedlund a %n place at the capital of Morocco was Surest and ftuickeatl Cure for all A. 0. MACDONELL, S. C. BOYL3TON Jr.,

carpenter were awarded $17,500 damages published Jan.. 7 .at Berlin In what Is THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES Asst. General Passenger Agent, PassengerAgent.
by aCblcago'.jury against three or MONEY BACK.TfcertirtmortMcrall .
known as a "Wblte.bOOk. It tells how JACKSONVILLE.
t f* WOOD keepers because the latter were the sultan'was willing to treat with

3 held !to,be' .Instrumental In making Germany England.' France and Spain

Hedlund 'a. drunkard thus wreckingthe and how he asked the German consul The climate of the East Coast of Floridais

'o, home of the children.Rogers.Shuns If France represented the whole of Europe nearer perfection than that of any f

to Publicity. in respect to certain reforms for
questioning' of. Henry fl. Rogers Morocco. The German foreign office Jf a 6 ,. other place on earth. # t *

vice president of the Standard 011 company has made known its unalterable hostility {
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a by-Attorney General Hadley of ,to France's policing. Morocco. 34

( Missouri,Was- continued before Commissioner Airships For Portugal.:

:: Sanborn at New York In the The Portuguese government has authorized.Its East Coastui

effort to prove that.the Waters-Pierce engineers to Inspect avail- sir ,. a.tsI
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Oil'.company, the Republic.Oil company able airships England. France and

tl International Oil company andaAjnillajnson. America with a view to purchasing two .

..& Co. are in.reality for the expedition against the revolted Stun than ofnr other Buk Puttf pi n pownsThis M>U intheVnite u 01

,subsidiarycorporations'; of the Stand- tribes In west Africa. This will make account of their style, accuracy and auapUuty.WeCall's .
Maraffe rri ?: \ ard-Oil""company. consequently are Portugal the first country to employ oresuba'riberata.auymherL>dxs'1faS'ine On 1ir1/if __ \cI'a..

_ g : operating In violation of the Missouri steerable"airships in warfare. vtar'i Bunbrr ub H cription cent*.(u(number very mbaoibtr)rn-i.5O'errIn.geu a UcCaU Latest FiUUn

antiih&tlaw.' Previously, Mr. Rogers Socialists In French Senate. Vree. Subscribe today.WvAi.ufWaateL.

.had.;-admitted that he was a director 'The senatorial elections in France created eaeb coiHiiuMi.. Pattern Hindtnmt tVnlojntol pretrinmi 6o 4ft orl&wni f
IIR,,) and Pumlom Catalogue (.lo u< 400 prcm.um) I'
_ '. I Of;tbej;;Standard Oil company of Indl- party divisions as follows: Republicans e..s Ir... Mdw TILL xd1LL CO,Tar Tads.z .

.. ana one of the 'of the Left, 27; Radicals, 26; Socialist I Ornionti .

a' V.- respondents,but I Radicals, 14; Pure Socialists. 2; w ; 'j S
when questioned
I Nationalists, 6; Reactionaries s. ,16; Pro-.
t as to whether gressists, 11. It Is the first,time that
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? ,,, its president extreme Socialists have been',elected'to

4 Mr. Moffett had the senate. _4I

an' office at 20 .
Japan's War Cabinet Out. ,
L Broadway the >
''r' Standard 011 The Marquis Saionjl thenew'prime I

building. Mr. minister of Japan retains'the ministersof '

'war marine and finance who served 'A
t Rogers was evasive -
under Katsura. The Progressive party
saying her .
I headed by.' Count Okuma Is not. '
had never been .
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; however represented. Premier SaionJ
there or that her
Is the leader of the Seivukal association -
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knew of it only
: by hearsay. the party of Marquls-lto. the ftiaou Oruge Crone, Plseippb PliaUtloniiCocouit i

H or.;.H4Rotera." When asked if Revolutionary! : Fires Still 'Burn. Crorei ud Ttfttable Finu of the rontrr trttiUry t* i

he wantedito: tell the supreme court of Despite the utmost efforts of the M | JSDUS R1TIE, LIKE WORTH and 2ISCIY3E BAS

'-is? Missouri:that he'did not know where Russian government and In contradiction arc rodttd from JiclMiTnie lU the I
of :numerous official reports, the
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company
the offices; -of the(replied Indiana"It Is quite .truth appears to be that In two Important ON YOUR FLORIDA EAST COAST HULWAT.Railway.. i
Mr. Rogers
n_ immaterial were to me what the supreme sections.of the'country' --name HUNTING TRIP

court of Missouri! wishes me to' say ly, the Baltic: provinces'and the Caucasus t Be tore to be properly equlpned-cbtala. We the lll STEV.EXSudroaCAJiSOTGOWBOSG. eBD'LES .

k ,.otherthan what have:testified.- All region the people are-living ender from,U5 to f 150.00
he either parried ort and defending complete revolutionary PISTOLS .' from 1.lOto 60.00
Other questions SHOTGUNS .' from 7-Mto S3.00
In the Bal
forms government:
advice of counsel
.f declined to answer by Astydslerudlasktl5eD4 fof Ufrface Ulna. V
- .. ones .were cer tic Judges .have been :appointed and oa oa*popular Bake. If catalog. If inerted .
and the principal i.cae.etabrah..tddp h SHOOTING.ou2httohaeit. ... V
'tt4ed'.1o"'the'upreD1e court of Sew the priests have been"Jbanlsbed, while 0uat.ttrritft tktrrtt Ml A
_ t, commission for Socialists. preach. tio z the pulpit and 'f, frtfful. upott nccipt, of, for four en toI tttmft to ".
V ': York'Which Issued the ,.... caIec pice. can paIIapoJ" \
''When asked the dl- I Our attr rcre IJIIe .caIor Alain saear.w be Fw spy of WtiUf -t,MEad Cad If 1'IorWa"cd IUJ etr
examination. CA.aTORSA.. i Teat a J.hp 1 c.-a 1.1tUDpI. .
ryat '
r"h-tar Florida, aid other drier
Standard hftnuttoa
Tect CPeUOD .whether the j. snrzn .uu / AID TOOL OXX
IIM t 1M NA hilt Y
........ 1I'dIreetIJ or Indirectly, ilIam tM : P.O'1i..litIN. .... .X.PiKKOTT, 1.P..ECl1FlD, 1.D.PAB3U, i '

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,;:! '"il ''>< ....IYW.1IIUUIa.,. Melbourne.. situated. on -, HATS
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<. ""' :r- .:. :. .CbniHill. ., bu', entered .hiI.aDe tan river -', 1
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I ': .i .1t I boat racet -; The prise winners at:the meeting School ($1). American Book Company. -
:r friends here: 1eb him'er BUCWB.ker the club were "
: : : I ;. of card Dr. Sarah C.Hodgeontadiee'iret'prizeMice FLORIDA HISTORY-BreTanI & EDWIN CLAPP'S and ; 1CROSSE1Yf'S
1! J 'M :Marj &L'-. of.Boston, Ia once"gig ? A. Florence '
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amore .L.1Ih'iJ consolation L.
s'''' : :iNhtteR uanDl8 er WaIri. Hodgson i; prize; A. peny. t>r '
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gJr: ..;;.% ., BGd t "fll..T.Wm... ;:, eatedali.. ; :from" .; i' a F;FPaddison carried a party of c eet8 pany.. / "QUEEN Q1JALHT* .
:;.(.'!!L r, .t' 'Serve; ;'D.I;':'.., hart arrived:: at; tlleix winter :over to the beach on Sunday last in the PHYSIOLOGY-Cbleman's Elements Fine Shoes for LadIes

l ffi '.,bosfte'_ .and;are ,busy]' pplogtbefrMMI ;launch.",no a. Among those on board or, (90u) The McMillan Co., Atlanta 1
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:L..;" -;; :! ,'also _?..-.wtaaift; anoVwaagee were Mrt.MeNab,')[Paddison, 'Mrs. CIVIL jGOVERNMENT Yocum'sCivjl $2.50 $

:'If.iF."'.. ,.., ; I Mon.mery/&he Misses f Perry, Young, Government of Florida and the r=li=li=r J =" =' =' =-= .
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grove; Bonnet and McAllister,and Meeers. King United States,' (f 1.) E. 0. Painter Co., Thmae brand are recognized leader 1, 'tjl.,fit and flKl.n. gold eBb )7 leaden

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j '" .r- Complete line eierything men boys wear
;k,3, WW e from Peeksiill l. N.Y.'Mr and of the K; M. LI were.in.the party. Amencan Book Company. _
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1,,.' ifJiP" ;i$ W.'H;,Haiiht.... from Kahkill,'N.lT.wili'not .. beautifully" was ($1) The McMillan Co., Atlanta. goods marked In plain figures, strictly one price to all ;
; ; decorated on Monday. eve, .
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h';'( .. ji'j;, ,:, I THEORY PRACTICECoursesof '
-r ;. 0 Land .M!&: ,Perryentertaining some MAZL OEl.DEJaB: : A SPElCZ4T'rX,3
1irl: : cTon find beauty in rouge pott Studies ,and Methods Teaching by
' :".', ,it ?.:r complexion whitewash.: True, beautya' friends: on that date in honor of Mr. and i Prince (The) Ginn & Co., Atlanta, Ga.

<> .. ; omee to them only that take,Hollister'sfiocky wen Montgomery, of Cincinn l. About : These bOOk may be bad of most dealers JAMES PBTTCH. AED, President. W.M.BBOWK.Yiee-Pmideat. ;
'J _. Mountain Tea. ;It is a wonderful twenty-five guests eat down to.a. bountiful WINSTON S.BSAKNINO Cuhler. '
J' tonic and:beautifler.. 85 cents: Tea.or Tab in the State, or from the publishers
. 5 jf",1 it; l8. Ask.your druggist.GEOBQIAMA..' supper about o'clock.. Hearts was by mail post paid., on,receipt of price.
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>.. -t ,. 'ing. ,several officers from the K. M. I. Supt. Pub. Instruction Brevard Co. .
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'I ..-',r r Mr. -r--";. 'L 'Peck is .spending two orflii OO'tTN'rY DEPO.i.I..I.-1ny.:
Holms f' _Weekly Weather Report. __._... tlOO.noo.00Paid
: ,: CfeMe days:with his friend: Mr.. of Authorized Capital --
It invigorates, strengthens and builds ..
0.,.DU'AaTKUT OF AQSICTTLTUaJt WCATB up Capital._ $ 25000.00
r!I\o1",.'. .Coquina: up. It keeps you in condition physically IBBCBKAtT.JCPITKB Average Deposits-$200,000,00.
.; -' Mrs. H. E., Hughes left.for St.. Augus- mentally and alao morally. That's whatHoiliftter's FLA., Jan. 23. 1906. TRANSACTS A '
'l. Mountain Tea will do.
'tine this week. She expects io spend Rocky statement of temperatures
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f; 35 cents, Tea. or Tablets. Ask your drug- and rainfall for the week trading Tuesday General Banking BusIness.
# .lI IDe"tlmein the hospital there.. gist, < 1906 1905 ..
f. 'MnFred' Gould left for New Jersey DATE IIA1. MIN. MAX. 1(11' Largest and Oldest I ,
XBXBOURMK.Mrs Jan.17. 76 63 70 50 Bank on the Hirer. p
f' Isat Sunday,",haTing bad a very pleasentwisit 18. 80 71 74 66
f t ':with: oM'Mendi; here and a good C. J. F. Campbell has. a good. line 14 19. 80 6t ,79 61 xchange Bought and Sold on All J
:: of fancy goods to sell. v "J. 79 73 71 M Foreign Countries.
f. 1 time hunting and fishing.Jklias
: : 21. 78 70 68 46
, 4 Patronage appreciated. Prompt service
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Mary Wittftld I left last..SaturdayCor'Palm 22. 79 .. 15 67 .46 polite treatment and every favor consistent
for St. Augustine to attend the M. ,E. conventkwi. 23. ,75 6572' :u with conservative banking granted.COBBESPONDENTS .
.Beach to spend a few days
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i -ft.. .k ', Total rainfall for the week. 1.21 inch. '"'
) ,i with her grandmother. Mrs. P.A. Black. Departure rainfall for the week plus 0.50 :
also visit Mrs. Frank- Kingman Our market is kept well supplied with inches. Empire Trust Company N. Y., Florida
t. the may Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, minus Bank Trust Company JecksouilleFla.ITUSVILLE.
: ; ..'J at Miami before returning.Mr. ., fresh fruits and vegetables by Mr. R. A. O.721nch. .
H. P. HARDIW FLORIDA.
: Odell, with a 'friend from Bock- Conkling.Mr. Official in Charge. ,

I ;' : ?i! !Io a :ledge, hasfeea out hunting with .A'. B. B. W, Goode still has some comfortable 'YSCREENS

r } :, ." Carter.In tbe .'I&ands".thia week. They cottages to rent or sell so come :R. L. MOTLOFine

' .,:' i;. 't. ,;',;'bag, ed Urge-number of Ihelargeducks, early and avoid the rush.

.-, Q Jttoridsfturkeys. pintail and widgeon etc. The Chantauqua of the Tropics will be .
':' J. JLK Garter has purchased a sailboat held in Melbourne from March 4th to > '
For doors and windows
.;: and hereafter those who prefer a sailboat the 18th. A fine program is promisedand

tea launch can be'suited. Many people : as usual a general good time. covered with any wire... fEAST

:, :; ,ftom the north lament. .the scarcity of
Melbourne has a goodly number of
!, chile. sails on'"our beautiful river and pleasant tourists this winter. As ,usual t COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. 1
; would aoeh prefer ,the, sailboat for a : f
/0 all loud their of
. r > ,; ,' pleasure trip'to the noisy little launch. they are in 'praise our Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material. .
I K1 healthy little town. Melbourne truly is '
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,. : B. F. Leek. of Concord, IKy, says: R. W. Beaujean makes daily' trips to J. B.WALKER. H. B. MACS i .
: "For 20 years I suffered agonies, with a carry passengers to Melbourne Beach

=7 .c"'f yore on my upper lip, so painful, some- where they can spend happy days by the JOHN R. WALKER & CO., !
.:' alines;that I could not eat. After vainly !
r crying everything else I cured it, with eel shore enjoying a dip in old ocean in

t : Aacklen's Arnica Salve It's great for January as well as in June. Titusville Fla., f
tarns cuts and wounds. At Red Cross .
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; The Bellevue hotel is now open toiueets. Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers
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: t Pharmacy; Onl,25C81&L ,.
Melbourne now has .three good Ales, Stout, Etc.. DRY GOODS J

f"v., GALLIK. hotels The Carleton Bellevue and the FITUSVILLE and COCO.FWRIDA

Alex Near,has his house full of guests Brown House where visitors find comfortable .Send me your orders ;

i. from New York state. [ home like quarters.
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{ d;. and Sunday\, afternoons. guests and Hotel Carleton has a numberof ,

i I (tr Summer weather ani a few showers pleasant people,- among them severalof

; fit! -' the first part of the week.. last year's guests wh9 found it so homelike GENTS' FURNISHINGS 'J'
that they gladly came hack. j
: 1'' : Miss Lucia Perry entertained a few ,

: t friends on Monday eve last On Friday, Feb. 2nd at 7:30 p. m., the

I it.'1 The cold wave spent its force before itif spinsters' convention will meet at the SHOES j

Chautauqua auditorium, admission 25
l .' reached this part of the state.
cents. to help the ,
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pay
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debt on the auditorium and cordially invite -
1 i' Galls this week and registered at the i
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I Inn. everyone to. help them 1r MILLINERY ,

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Jacksonville on Sunday last via the F. E.
be given
pleasant surprise party may
Y C. line. to your stomach and liver by taking a Fires usually do occur in the wee ma'
The card club will meet at the residence medicine which will relieve their pain hours when everyone is wrapped in slum FURfflTIJRES .:
and discomfort, via: Dr. King's New Life But haven't
; of Copt and Mrs. McNab on Thursday of ber. why you a ,
wonderful
Pills. They are a most remedy,
f :a: next week. affording sure relief and cure, for headache FIIBIISVIDCBpolicy :

I .. Mrs. Ivee and 'Miss.Helen. bee, of dizziness and constipation. 25c at ? Some time ago you said you 1

a Grand Rapids Mich., are in Eau Gallie Red Cross Pharmacy. would think the matter over. Are you We want your patronage.Our .
still thinking? Better come to a decision
J. for the winter. Comncander-ln-Chlef Tanner of the pretty soon. The season of overheated aim is to please YOU. .

The yawl Princess,;.Capk Clemson of G. A. R., has appointed the following chimney flues is here and your house is

$ "Taunton,'Mass- .,'owns>, is. .on Hodgson's Florida commanders as aids on his no more fireproof than your neighbor's'PERCY w=i New, Up-to-Date Goods in every

week G. WALTON,
.1 wayathia staff: 'John .1". Horr, of Jacksonville: Line.

I : J.r.'and Mrs. Montgomery, of Cincinnati a. R. Smith, of Peasacola:' J. W. V. Successor to Morgan &; Walton .

}J are the guests of())I. and Mrs Per- R. Plummer ** Key West; It F Dut- TrrcsviLiK, FLORIDA. Mail orders receive prompt and, ,

f. [. 17 siaee.Saturday last,. ton; of Gainesville, and John R Mar. careful attention. (

; i. C. H. Walton of the Advocate was shall of Palatka, all wita the rank! cfsolonel.

if -; the guest'of Mrs. S. E. Barbour, of Eau William Friend formerly of

*' !- 'Gallie, on Sunday t. Sanford., is apointed from Fitzgerald, m came. sea oroegiasa JOHN WALKER & CO. Titoille Eli ;
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