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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: February 23, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00353
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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'Ii.VrtiLGisMpl:: =otre Ikrotan tite'i_entile'd 'The 1 IN$ ZYROErWEReIThtt1To j insertion and'edges. MATTERS OF.SOYB INTEREST' .

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;I& _: V H''lI'at.1 ; sa uccesfclly.r.' *; 'l' .rl..;{. wasTvisitinf. friend*;in .Tlt" wipe.i fewdiyalaat price 69 cents. >; town yesterday' a ebon while.

... ::.. ... ; i F> taIDg. .,;The:pkin;..theifiratj pUy.show* the : week et .w '. Another lot 'with deep raffle: of lawn, .- V
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;-<''''''' '' < AIV Mr. Jae. Growney, an architect and ex ,- '
':#' "' ->"""' 't' biro Mr to a'fortao raffle beaded 'with hemstitched
< ;: 'joftMiin/ EreeeV.HeJIwald, Mr.. W A.;Cone of Benton Fla"arred three
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.' under'= th ;.be: mtrries thjogjiest'of tacks 'also tucks above hem mayor of Perth Ambby N. J., is here onI ;
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.'i.1f'i- ...'r ..." ,, a visit to his friend, Cap'p. Nelson .of- '
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:: : .i;' 0;) ,.. rti8S>JretoTOe4i jii'T Gait* Eniesi..afterbeing waylaid; and be i:fullsith ile'Pear r;A. :, >' -days'.._ .last. .*iweek f ,;atSharpoeYlsidog' from 1 to 16 years, price-25 cents. you and h@lpll'l'llin cold and disease better ,

,, r. 'hiat :: P1lrr;* .. .t...1tV '' : b He "DtHolmes" and family.; than the doctor-try it. Sold by R, L. V = ,
't." -- I'a::. ;' > In love. er. {declares his iaten- t -CJ" ,-;'" -- -*" ,Short. skirts of muslin-. trimmed wish! .
:,;.}. F':: : '" "T4 ,....w n>i .._.'Madame- '- &loa 'bt..inirriIDR i bar oj notwnhibtadinge.r .Mia Gertrude;, Mendel came- home tacked raffle, ,price 69 cents. Motlowand F. A.-Lesley. : a

...{ \. -f I OfFl D.- h.O'". 'iJ i..K1- the,": .it- fctlOa of, the drill.Theft. ',lovesoeaas from:Induuolsyeaterdy:ion accoun;oi ;Jolt 'n ied.by express! the most antodate Mr. F. .T. Graham representing the .

<, 4i r ::.; iiiO;" BtPrkcbett'a family'" utoiedenee i lie overhead,by one'of the other- I the .feeble condition 'of'her. .father's- line of ladies' neckwear and belts San, of Jacksonville is in town in the !
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1'l:;;' ::_ iJi.f'! : ;.;.borne:. ,;.urn WeeL ustert :vwbo concoct;ii 'scheme to; have! health.- 5". ... .- ever displayed in the city interests of:his bright and crisp publication .' '

=', rrdoiBali"and-. ,J the ;painters. are' the':three judges (elderly ladies) pees ups I The .members:'of the- Indian.. ; River __Fancy jabot stocks and collars richly and called. at THE STAB office yesterday

$t -? Y.r" O'i b i tinptoacbeti.Jfc _- v i # on her Y:the gglieit! t the.eevea daugh,j Yacht club will' /;pleIee.. 'remember' ,the designed with finest laces or.braids, prices : s

:. ': .. -t"f. '... _b...B."Tyd;' Orlando._ ;and tern.> Her, :scheme:nearly' comes to pass,1 pre ideDW',call,1 for a meeting this-Friday from 23 cents to $2.50. Commodore>> J. H. Allen of the H. R. 'J s a

; :. .."",'"IW., .;.$,.'.G..I.M...... .......,.... ,.:_of&vraaaah. ."=were J ;,.bere'ltteaiay the:judges. '.having ,made tbei .dedflkin; I'' night at. -Mr.''t''Bobbins'" law. -office.. : Charming Dew belts; in linen with eyelet Yacht Club, and Mr. Shear also member

'-nude/pad li'ri&to UItton to when. .Ernestine. goes) her.one.better and : 'Send your,-orders., for the,finest strawberries embroidery (wash) silk tinsel and of that club. of Daytona, arrived here ; fs

7 .W\)..&Jjw)O M'wranfsgrovejj) : >roperty in scores: the unqualified ,hatred of'the' : '' gilt and silver, prices from 35 cents to this
!;. -..,... ,.. : :that can be grown on the East morning from Rockledge, where they

".'>r.;.::.:,. ltc'S"( 'i.j:1;."!....<" ...itiolt f ."."...''".'..:x"IP:-.'.-<.,,.,. ',"'j. judges bi.her unkind treatment, of them Coast;to: R.;:A. Conkling,' Tillman,Fla.. $1.50, something'entirely new., took in the motor boat races .yestbl' ar. .

:"::1J;:\ -.. >r .. 4la'r""...... )IIIt1.-' '...;. ;wy" .prominent- peoplet' and they change their' .decision in favor Mail order:will receive -prompt.attenlion. We have a',few ladies' ready-to-wear Mr. A. J8embler; Sebastian 'WM r'V

} ;Weal :,Virginia::: ;;an.t;expected hereSfOiyilaan& of:'Ernestine; "and in the finale Ambrose .. .. hats.!left over from this season which. we ,
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; in Titon lIe for several the first
i 'h a.nC.r.o+ .fti the Fast gives 7 hit: blessing! to- Ernest and Ernes of 'make days
: e' down ; John B. Stetson, of Philadelphia, and want to dispose quickly to room part of this week,'and called at Tax STAB '

t 'I;: Mii(.... J, n V" .',pt,... .<.i.. ... .,:thewJei tine.The John'|A., McCall,' of New York .both for our spring and' summer. goods, .which office Tuesday. On Monday he states t {

: err b":; ""t4.-: 'l ij; ,. '">- .- .. .caste.. .was,as.follows:. died Bandar afternoon. .The former we will sell at 98 cents; originally sole i that he celebrated his 76th'bi thday.

':2 1r[t. ..0aseeuti of.-.tflne .'... .." ICi1 was Ernest Hellwald o._.____Mr. Bert bee died of apoplexy the latter.of general from $2liO to $5.50.
_
) : ''' i.' e Madame __ Miss Susie Messrs. Fred DeWolfe 1
Hunter and
C. A.
'fil. r-.s?'abtea.'...bl sermon. last Moorpilte.; : breakdown. We have just received a shipment of Bell ..
Madame Kankel _..,."_ Miss Lillie Jones
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;8 left Monday for Columbus Ohio where
;t..18. ild JT ereelrgfind'' ;.cancelled hii;pr6. Madame MooaeVx thU:___:.Mis Baisden Bight'Rev. Bishop Gray, of Orlando, ladies' white linen canvass oxfords, plaintoe ,

.-/" *ndd, erriew.. .to'> held' .at;LGr nrS Jeremiah Ambrose.Mr.'Lewis Alexander. pent .Tuesday. in Titus villa' and in the large eyelets and covered heels! ,'special they will again be ,employed with the S s-' a
+ : : & Sells Shows.Mr.i'
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SjBS !'t\ t't SJtef.; 4P1 r"ti Ambro daughters: price $1.75.Another Forepaugh Harry
I. ... osa : ........Mlss Lena Hendersog" evening delivered a very interesting lot with leather heels $150.JcursKusx Cramer, who is with Mr. McFarland of _
: SfjffeMHaiforMaatiff1> ?'" I G abrielle...._._Miss Daisy Brady sermon t t8t.: Gabriels Episcopal i caurch. the Wallace Shows, left Tuesday. E'

'..,. 'f"I' .. .. ;:.the; baby':left, ;;Wednesday_ for3eacb i Amelia.: _._..Miss.Mabel Beife He also ,admi'metered the rite of confirmation ,

<;).\?<:;. ';'''' : ,'.,' 'aooonpanied .by: Miss Don_________'.._...i.Mus Nora Joyner to small class., Titoaville, .Flm Our friend Mr. R. .Conkling.. of

? femie B 'rt..IV V -.to Mr.and Mn. i Adelaide_. ..._-_-.Miaa Kate Stewart Tillman remembered Tax STAB this *
a visit t
.1i,,, Elise_...-._.'.Miss Hattie Henderson Mr.. W. D. Mossenden of Bath Give Us Time
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week
-'I"fQ"D'; by sending as some of his fine
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.r I Ernestine_:.Miss Mamie Bort
..... "' Maine arrived here last' .
a
: Saturday on The State Democratic Executive Committee strawberries which for size, flavor and "
i fjjMr.' .0. Fort;from Marion county, whole I The leading parts were moet admirably visit to Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Robbins and will meet in Jacksonville on beauty cannot be excelled. Many thanks

;-M. : the partner in the bla ektmith and wagon carried oat by Miss Bart and Mr. .
i Mrs. M. P. Robbins. Monday eveningMrs. Saturday the 24th of this month to fix Mr. Conkling.Mr. .
k :boainesswith Mr. J.. D.'Ennia, arrived Ives.! .'The latter, baa appeared before Titnsville Robbins.entertained a.few friends the dates for the primary elections to be '
irith Ibis family:last week making the i T. A. Snider of Hobe Sound, "
J'I? : audueaces before and always in honor of M. Mnssenden. held 'hilyear.
W trip! overland with ,horse and wftjonft'jlr. i carries out his part welt Miss Burt shows 4 purchased the fast and stylish torpedo
$ As the general election will not be
Miss Flora Fulton ,and :Miss Edith stern launch Twentieth
Century Monday
.' 0. F. Baalenon went to Fort natural dramatic talent of high order.
;; a held till November it is hoped that the
Fnlke spent this week in ,
a couple days from Mr. L.
T. Pettee of
'" Pierc* &be :first of this,week where be i All the other characters were we!llI farmers will be given time to make their Rockledge }
I the city of Daytona, leaving Tuesday on Leslie Bennett of >
Cocoa carried the boat
V the bDliDell'ofthe Eastoai0attl were thoseof $
'fi'fJ take* charge' of carried oat, and especially so train crops before they are deviled to death i
the morning and'retorning
her
home
early to the next
new
'+!i a <) company at that.place 'to Ambrose' Rose and Madame Moorpiltz early yesterday morning. Mr. T. N* with politics and office-banters. day.

'!.w relieve' his ;brother; Mr. K. B. Ranleron. Kunkel and Mousetootb. Decker accompanied them home. August is lOOn enough for the firstprimary. Laborers are now spreading rock bal.

...r. :;l,.i'f .;'Hi*..po tion ben will be filled bylCrCtitttpOabin Between the plays Mrs. Lorillard sang .-Jasper News. last on the F. E. C. railway between '

",' ; : IjJJJr that great favorite song, "Sweetest Story .Bunting was particularly in evidencein Miami and Lemon City. It is said that

":" .. .." : }: Ever Told" and for the first time many Titusville -yesterday- on account of its Church Notice the company will experiment boiling

.;"'1.?''r'T.'' =, ,Leoatiag. .Geodetic Surrey Station in this town heard her ,voice, which is a being Washington's Birthday, and the Sunday, Feb. 25th, 1906. the; surface of the rock with crude pets 1

.i'' lanncb.'Gertrade' arrived rich 'and purely musical soprano of unusual public school was given a vacation in'the eum in order to allay! the dust. It is believed -
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: ,"Tbenaphtha Rev. M. Walker will officiate as follows:
"Lr f, ;( sweetness.. She responded with an afternoon, also some of tbe laboring that by so doing the road can be
ben Sunday witb Mr. Isaac Winston, of St. Marks church Cocoa, holy communion -
up-to-date coon for an encore. classes observed the day as a holiday. made practically doetl_.
': song .
J? .he: u. 8. Coast and Geodetic Survey, onboard. 10:30 a. m.; Si. Gabriels church, finsville -
"The Old. Servant. recitationby
cl.' ', .He accompanied by Mrs. Wire Family Colonel Robert M. Thompson, owner evening prayer 730. '
Miss Evans was.most thoroughly en FURNITURE, DRY GOODS SHOES. ;
'l.etoD.'L Mr. Winston is OD the east coast of the houseboat Everglade, has becomea Rev. J. Walker will officiate as follows: '

? 'jbir the' purpose of locating the landmarks joyed. She recites wonderfully well and member of ,the Indian. River Yacht Holy Trinity, Melbourne, morning prayer Sectional Batteries and book supplies.cases. T'y

H' ,' 'and stations used some thirty was applauded so loudly that she responded club. Col. Thompson was. at this place 10:30 a. m.; St. Johns, Eau Gallic, eve F
House and boat paint.
it.",,* yean.ago when government. surveyof wiht a splendid humorous" selection about a month ago. Since that time he ning prayer 7:30. Pictures framed.

V this coast .lie first made, and for the entitled "The Raggedy Man. his made a visit to Cuba and returned to There will be preaching at the First .
'. It remaiced for Mr. Alexander to most HAWKES' eye glasses.
J/l of reestablishing these marks Indian River. Baptist church Tiiusville, Sunday, Feb.
.
iwrpoee thoroughly surprise the house with his /has. A. Gardner, Titusville, Florida.
t :? Where obliterated .or destroyed so that 25th, both morning and evening by Rev. Telephone 3 t.
recitations. His dramatic ability and Girl Wanted
Vii. in :case a'mney is necessary at. any W. C. McCall, at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m.

i( Mere time the':necessary.stations could. retentive memory responded happily in For general housework, price no objector All are cordially invited to attend. LOSTIn
... his "Friday Afternoon at School" and, the right party. Inquire at STAR office t
: located'and the work
4 be easily I greatly
: Soldier's Titusville on Sunday last a gold .
the Southern dream
encol'e-a WANTED
facilitated. This week tbework has ;
chain bracelet containing heart shaped
t of the famous officers in tbe great Civil Yacht Club Meeting
4s- :'I :been confined from the head of the river Wild cats, coons and'possums uninjuredfor gold locket with diamond retting and t
. <; towards this place and this town will be There will be a call meeting of the park purposed Good prier paid. Parties t
war.The several l bangles. Finder will leave :
Il'i\ last play-A grand expose (?) ofMasonry Indian River-Yacht club at the office of desiring to furnish above will writeme same
) operated {from as headquarters for abbot was truly immense this Miss Jeo. M. Robbins, Esq on Friday, the at Rockledge and as often as a speci- with C. C. Curtiss, at Walker's Depart.
;; .two"weeks. This work requires a crew of 23rd inst., at 7:30 p. m. men is secured. Box traps must be used. ment Store, and receive liberal reward. I
. Lillie Jones, as the Worshipful Grand
All the members to be
foor men. are requested Boys as well as men can make some easy
:' Master, rendered her part to perfection present as there is business to come before in this Old lumber should
-t -the Gertrude; j545; feet\long. and money way. For Sale on East Indian River i
ably assisted in the secret orders of the the meeting.By be used for traps, a live fowl for bait.
: .onnldbj'Ihe'MerrillSteveue''Engineer- and initiation ceremonies by order. of the president. I Anything additional will attract coons Fifty acres of land, five under rultivaion. -
.." :- :, teg Ito:, of Jacksonville, and is in charge lodge room ADHEMAB BlW>Y. !! and 'possums. specimens must be at Orange trees, tropical plants and

_ ;, :of Opt. :H:. A. ,Harris, of New York. Sister Daisy Brady as Senior Warden; i Cocoa by March 1st. I will pay freight. I flowers, Louse of eleven rooms recently I

t.Sbe'I.'proyided: with a 16 h. p. White Sister Hattie Henderson as Junior ar. A Bargain in Real Estate Address Miss Kate Eyer, Rockledge, Fla. built. A good opportunity for person of s.'' .'
for desirable winter home. For '
den Sister Kate Stewart Secretary and I, means a '
!]. famine motor 'and draws about 3J feet ; FOR SALE-An old pioneer grove, one I particulars address Brightside; Canaveral, *r ,
:for.iter.; and' has accommodations for Treasurer; Sister Mabel Bergeas Tyler, mile river front, 290 acres land, 25 acres For SaleA Florida. '

Winston and his crew for being out and Sisters Baisden, Joyner, Walker In grow, in good condition fine dwelling, good, gentle horse, weight about 900
Mr.
'5. Henderson, Hunter and Bart as members very best of land for celery farm.: Three ounda. Apply at THE STAR office. FOB BALE CHEAP .

.jrV on. their work for several days at a time. I of the order- and lastly the apprear- rope of oranges would pay for the place. About 16 acres on Mmitts Island, oppo.. ;:
!5 Will sell for less than value of
improvements '
ance of the "royal batter," GeorgiePritchett's Call at Titusville Livery .at rear oftobbins' site Rockledge Terms to suit buyer. p
;, Cabin Launch Margaret B.-ForSale : purchaser thereby getting land law office for stylish rigs. Inquire of L. M.Gardner,Jr., '" .

;t Good'reliable'boat,'20'S7 feet, draught general stampede William among goat the, who members created as a brace free;better; titles than perfect homestening; farming; no tools incur, ve- Leave your orders for hauling both double York Springs, Penn. t t.1
and single. J. M.Osban, proprietor
; .: ,18 to 20 inches, 3} b. p: Lathrop engine, hides., blacksmith shop, all go with place. 't'
candidates for initation.
well the
. : e i to 7 miles an boor built last April. u W., R. SANDERS, Found 'i J

f.. .Apply.A..Jackson,,Clifton, Fla. The proceeds of the evening amountedto Indianoia, Fla. Ennia & Fort One lot of boat builders' tools and ma- tit I
.
It-i' : $74.50 which will be applied to the Successors to J. D. Ennis. This firm \ terial.! Inquire at THE STAB office, prove If *}
a DVGK ntJltTli<0. you SAUE CHEAP FOB the aud and for this if
I credit of the Methodist church fund. CASH. does everything in blacksmith property pay advertisement

:i '. '. M. L."Peacock,at Titosville, ia prepared About 88 acres of good high land on wagon work lines, horse shoeing a spec :: i
.. oat for dock shooting at ialty. Give us a trial. Shop at Titus- .
1" :to take parties he east or ocean side of the Indian river
' .... solicited Nursery Stock For Sale yule, Fla. SAIL LOFT AND GCN REPAIR SHOP
reasonable
- rates. Correspondence a' the Narrows, described follows: Lot I'V I
fcr5t: < A good supply of grapefruit stock for No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section Yacht sails and launch awnings made ..... _.
I ;;:' WAHTBD '. budding .purposes, one year old well 36, in township 31 south, range 39 east. MTBSEBT STOCK FOB ALLCitrus up in first class style, mildew proofed if 3-' ;r

'. .:> '. grown. Price |1.00 per hundred, or$8.00 This land is unimproved but finely lo stock high pine land. desired. Also guns stocked and shot ;

, '' ,. Men .women boys and girls to repre- per thousand. cated. For further particulars address Indian River Rria. established 1826. guns rtbored. :
rJteD' ;Mcdure's Magaxine. Good pay. R. E. Mncs, E. M. Low, Send for catalogue, Toledo and West Ho BY BEXECKF,

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'. ?Jilt /:if.J#*. 'i'lverorange' "country It'is(one f M* [the made It a 'point to plant a : ENDORSEMENT. .' .

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'I.' f ;" -''the .Ronnoe.'"property,'which" consists Florida this ':winter. .Rain has I I excepting butter so easily I II 'Ballard Snow Liniment Co.;: :

i;.>.-.; of of '400,acres.- ,This temostty'.oranges, done some .damage in_other sections, I I 'digested and absorbed by the
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ffi .- 'Capt. 'F., W. Sams proprietor' of r"Q 1te' a number of 'commission helpful in consumption'whereits $OLD, AND RECOMMENDED BY (.

?t House fine'grove ot 'the be continuous. RED CROSS PHARMiCT, !Iru.mLB.'Ud EAU GILLIE PI1WCT'E1U GILLIE
:.: /.. the Ocean. ;.'has-a men hare been" on' ground someinquiring' use must
:.: .Ji' ". twelve 'acres X.: E. 'Wilson has ,ten as to the probable f. o. b.
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-r ::jj\: ':; ,acres, JP... Turner ',ten acres' L. W.! price; bat" It Is ..entirely too early to you a Southern Railway.

'i1;." '; Wilson. three acres, from which:'.he come to 'that, .as the' price is made sample free.

oW: ; rr t' ,' ahtpped'300 boxes! at the other end; supply and demand :q Be sure that this EFFECTIVE! AUG. 6. 1905.

f. !, ,:,At Hawks Park,,two'mUes south of governing 'that entirely. picture in the form of
No 30Daily. No.34 No. 29Daily. Ne E3
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a label is on the : : Between Jacksonville and. N..Tot k.
$ : here H. W. Mitchell and W S. Hart "We expect to see potatoes shipped wrap- Daily.910s. Dallr.

i are: the principal growers; and -ship? from Hastings by"April '9th, a weekor per Emulsion of every bottle buy. of '. 753 p == Lv Jacksonville f Is..____..So;By. Ar. 8 00 a == 8 SOp i
tl ,: you 1215: a .;;.___ 120p1020p Lv.Savannah Gs.___ ......80. By. Ar. 40a. 4 05 p.8S3a
:>>. pen: The former'has lye acres and ten days earlier than befo e. As ..
9 55 a ____.- Ar.Cb :lotteN. a. ___-So. By. Lv. 950p1280p ._
: ; : the ,latter,2,000trees., ,Tae! fruit from to the' method by 'which the crop Scott&Bownechemists '--,; 642p050p == 6 58 a Ar. Richmond. Vs._______._.80. By.' Lv. ==: U80psup.

.?. .. these groves is livery high.quality, will be marketed this 'season, it re 1 ----- 950s Ar. Washington, D. O,-. ._.-So. By Lv. 10 51 a _,L960 II' 1'1
',..'" and readily brings in the ,market 'a mains with the grower. We are located Pearl Street Q f 1125 P --____ 1130 a Ar. Baltimore McL___._.....P no R LT. 812 a935s ___ 8 22 P : t
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(f ,, '. .. 2S5a ____... 145 pAr. Philadelphia Pa._.... ...-Po' R. R LT., _.__. 1:
"'it", ." premium of' $1. over the ruling. 'market.. in ,Jacksonville at present, but New York 830 a-._-__.- 415 pAr. New York. N. Y..___.____P. R. R Lv. 1210 a-.____. tap > '

ft.' price. ,, will open up an office, in Hastings on ,
i" 5 : { 1 Pala'tka, Pla.-- 'Feb. 6.-Trucking. Is Anri' 1" Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. .

i r .becoming, quite an important,;feature I Nos. 29 and "Washington and Florida Limited." .Daily Pullman Drawing Boom
Are You Kettles at; Ntjbt Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York
L here although as yet the industry is IiI
'And harrassVl by'had congh? Use BaN Spoils of the Hunt
i, in its .Infancy.: There, are a few extensive lard's Horehoortd/iSyrap, "it. will secure Da' 30 Through"TheLand of the ;'117." fu .

r ?r .growers in this vicinity chief yon eound sleep/acd effect a prompt and The Fort Myers Press states that Lv. Jacksonville FljL,.....-----._.-.C_._....-....-.,...So. By. Ar. .00 s 1.7MP 1.
among whom; are J. H. Frye who is radical cure.. JfoldHyr I Red Cross Pharm- Bill Brown arrived from the Ever 1215 a Lv. Savannah, GJL,---------..-...-......,......--.8a By. Ar. 450 a
2 putting out four acres of. celery and acy. / % glades Monday with a big load, in.. 600 a Ar. Columbia, S. CL,---.-------....___..___._.._.___...iso. By. Lv. 113 a
; 150 pAr. Asheville, N.C.-------____..____________A.,_._.....So, By.- Lv. 415 P .
; contemplates .increasing his crop to While the new automobile line be- eluding 172 otter hides, 250 'gator 237 pAr. Hot Springs N.C.,__.____..____.__..JL_...._--Ro. By, Lv. 12 45 a

twenty acres next year; J. L. Hurt tween this .city and ,Palm Beach is hides 75 round skin gator hides 160 600 P Ar. Knoxville, Tenn.,..______________..__..._....._8o. Br.- Lv. 11.1 a
:... skins. One '815 a Ar. Cincinnati,Ohio._______.__..____.___..._.._________Q.&C.Lv. 84B p j
who has" three acres. 'of' ..lettuce, .'and'ce. proving great pleasure to the. win. gator feet, and .some coon .

... cry Jhis year, and will plant tea'next ter tourists, the ,residents along the of,the otter hides was the largest ever Noa.29 and 30-Pullman Drawing Boom and Buffet Sleeping Can between Jacksonville 1
.. there for Florida otter and St. Louis, daily. f
nj ; year., rock road: are finding it a great con seen a t

t; There are two.extensive.pecan nur. venience. ,The proprietors, Lofton & measured 5 feet .10 inches in length No. 13 Bet.eeD JaCUoDvWe sad the Worth and Wash No. 14 I

series' at this place. One is the business and 10 inches in width across the -I- -r Ir .
prop. Einig are building up a good ---- 745 p Lv.Jacksonville, So. By---------------.._____.___Ar. a ?_
erty.of Mrs. Walter Thomas; and the and ,the line will soon becomea double hide. Ordinary otter bides ------. 300 a 'Ar. Macon.. lBo. Ry______..._________.__._____.LT. III "1...--
other, Bear's nursery is owned The are worth about $8 and a fine one like .__..__ 520 a Ar. Atlanta, So. R1----------_._.._........Ly. 1150 pt-, .
pecan permanent necessity. journey .___... 9 45 a Ar. Chattanooga, So. By._____.__..._..._....__.__-:.Lv. .15 p-l _.._ I
x by J. A. Bear; Both are doing a good over the road'Is especially interestingand this will likely bring $12 or $15. The _______ 740 P Ar Cincinnati, Queen A; Crescent..__..___________Ly. 8 SO a------

business; as 'the'pecan Industry rap- the .trip .Is made without the Caloosahatchee region must be a veritable == 840 P Lv.lltlcinnati; BZ! Four Route____._________._.Lv. 710 a.=__=.
__..___ Ar. Chicago BIll Four Route. .Iv. ____
r 710 a : SO
:. idly growing not only in Florida, but I'nhte8inconvenifDc '.Miami: Metrop "sportsman's paradise"Startling ----- ----- --- "
' ._.___ 835 p t.'incinnati, PenD. Lines-____________'_.Ar. ti4S a. !
all through the South. Mr. Bear is a olis.Chamberlain's. ------- 710 a Ar. Chicago, Penn. ___________.___.__. 840

.;: grower ot pecans. himself. But True == 843 P Lv. Cincinnati, C. H.& D.-Monou___,-___-.Ar. 740 'r--
er's Conch Favorite Remedy the Moth People he world over were horrified on 723 a Ar. Chicago. C. H. & D.-Monon-_________.Lv. 9
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li Oarveston'.8ea Wall, learning of he burning of a Chicago _____.. 94:5: P Lv.l.'inclDnatl, C. H. & D.-Mich. Cent.._._......Ar. 700 a___... ,
!<;:. Makes life now as safe in that city as on The soothing and healing properties of theater in which nearly six hundred _____- :5: 20 8 Ar.Toledo, c. H. \ D.-Kieh. Cent.__._,.__..-Lv. 1140 p,._.__
the higher uplands. E. W. Goodloe, whoresides this remedy, its pleasant taste and prompt people lost their lives, yet more than _m... 7.. a Ar. Detroit. C. H. \ -Mlch,Cent..Lv..

_r.. .. on Dutton St., In Waco, T J:., and permanent cures have made it a favorite five times this number or over 3,000 people == 8 SO p Lv.'incinnati, Penn. ___.__........._.____.. ,4
a. needs no sea! wall for safety. He write: with JIE'Ople'everywhere.. It is esiectally died from pneumonia in Chicago _______ :5: M. Ar. Pitt.sborg. Penn. Lines----------------______Lr 1000l----

J} "I have used Dr.,King's ;;New Dis"verY prized by mothers of email children during the same year, with scarcely a ....___ 9 SO P Lv.C'incinnati, Big Four._____....______._..__.::Ar_' t
; : :.. for consumption the past five fears and for colds, croup and whooping passing notice. Every one of these case ._.____ IS 43 a Ar. Cleveland, Big Four--_...__?..___..___.__-Ly. .

, k it keeps me well and safe. Before that cough: as it always affords quick relief, of pneumonia resulted from a cold and _-_____. -5 30 P I.v. Lexington So. -.----.-_______-._____...__ 10 1L.,
:;; i 't time I hat a cough which for years had ind as it' contains no opinm or other could have been prevented by the timelyuse ....... 810 pAr. Louisville, 80. By.---.7 40 al-,

l r \ been growing, woree.' Now it's gone" harmful drag, it may be given as confidently : of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. A _______ 7 S2 a Ar. St. Louis. So. BNos. ..__.____._......._._._._.. _Lv. 1010 v-I ......
.' = Cures chronic coujthc, lagrippc, croup, to a baby as to an adult. For great many who had every reason to fear
s! .l whooping conjth and _,,prevents pneu sale by Red Cross Pharmacy pneumonia have "warded it off by the .13 and 14='The Florida LilDited." Daily Solid Vestibule Tnba. Through Day
Coaches and Pullman Cars Between Jacksonville
Sleeping and GSncinnati.No. .
monia. Pleasant take. of this The .
to Every bottle prompt use remedy. following
t ; guaranteed at Red One* Pharmacy. Price o.A.BwQX[ : .TAi.Stara is an instance of this sort: "Ton much
. }y t' SOcand $1.00. Trial bottle free. t.>w Till Kind YNRfflJtf rihu/ >sNotioeofAppfeatfonforTas cannot be said in favorof Chamberlain's 5 No. 13 Between Jacksonville sad Ka....Clt). I No.. Ie So..l

Tough[ Remedy, and eepecialy for r .I l !sand == iii-; Lv. Jacksonville FJa, So. By--..-_..__...._....___.Ar. ass a'==
; Now the list of pensioners for the influenza. I know that it cured my ______ 5 20 a Ar. Atlanta, Ga.. So. Ry-...--------.__.._____Lv. 1110 p _.._
:i' Spanish war contains more names than daughter, Laura, of a severe cold and I _______ 1201 a Ar. BirminRham. Ala.. So. 8 .-...---__________ fo Wi P __..__
: we had soldiers daring the year of fight Deed Under believe saved her life)' when she was .____._ 805 P Ar.lIlempbis. TenD.. -____.___..__.__.._ 815 a ____
ing. But why should a Republican Con, ,Section 8 of Chapter 4388, Laws threatened with pneumonia." W. D.IWallxox i ._._.__1 940 a Ar. Kansas City, Ma, Frisco.---------________.._...Lv. I SO P _____
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Imam'expl'e@8 surprise at this? Th .f Florida Logan, New York. Sold by Red r Nos. 13 and 14-"The Florida Limited." Daily.
condition .has been the role and not the Cross Pharmacy.
I ,Notice is hereby given that Josephine Harris EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE
4k exception with nj'-we are only glad to
k has purchaser of tax certificate No. 256. dated J. C.LURK,District Passenger Agent loa West Ba7l1treetJackaoariUeFJa.
l, F find nobody proposed to put on the the 6th day of July. A. D. 1896 has filed saidrertifiate CASTOH..A.
H.ACKERT.G.M. W. H.TATLOE,
list every man who voted the Republica in office and has made The Kind Yea Hat Ateays Boqgti G.P.A. ft
i my application BeantLaSgutn S. H. HARDWICK,P.T. X. UBOOK8UOBOAK...&. .
> for tax deed to issue in accordance with
ticket.Sick 1&".. Said certificate embraces the following -
HI.daehe described property situated in Brevard county of .
'a t : This distressing ailment results from a Florida to-wit Lot 23 Rerdell's additionto

w disordered condition of the stomach. ,All Titusville, section 3, township 22 south,
that is needed effect a cn-e is a doe or range 35 east; the said land being assessed at HOLLISTCR'S The Bridgeport
two of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver he: date of the issuance! of such certificate in Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets'
the name of Howell Titus. Unless said
f certificate -
Tablets. In fact, the attack may be warded shall be redeemed according to law A Buy KedMiu for Buy Peopb.Brings .
t L off, or greatly lessened in severity, by tax deed will issue thereon on the 5th day of Golfca HMI& and Rnuvid Vigor.A .
taking a doee of these tablet as the first March A. D. 1906. fwciflc far Constipation, Indirection Lire "The Motor that Motes"
> I-, symptom of an attack appears. Sold by Witness my official signature and seal.this and Kidney Troubles.Pimple Enema,Iffipurt J
A Red Cross Pharmacy. the 2nd day of February, A. D.1906.SEAL Blood. Bad Breath. Sluggish Bowels Headache
[ ] ". A.A.STXWAKT. and Backactre It's Rocky Mountain Tea In tAb, m& & & __ _ _ _
let 35 box. Genuine made by
cents
fount a
:*, :i 6O YEARS Clerk Circuit Court Brevard Co., Fla. Houasrta Psro COMPACT, Mmdlaoo,Wig.. Simple Reliable, Durable

I EXPERIENCE GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLEFERRY'S Guaranteed to
run
4 Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 4,888 Laws and give satisfadiou

t"''... L .. of Florida Makes motor-boating a pleasure

oJ'. Notice is hereby ven that James D.Ennia, Makes
...j purchaser of tax certificate No. 167"; dated the working-boats increase
iIRt'- ith day of July. A. D. 1898, boa filed said certificate profits
,p;:, in my office and has made applicationfor
.'. ?::N' TnaocMAMSOCSKN8 box deed to issue in accordance with law. Study our methods of construction _
Said certiaate embraces the following described
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.f,.. ;: 7. on.asedOsg. iste COPYRIGHTS_ Ac. property situated in Brrvard county SEEDS and you will discover why
\ : ar desertptlonmar. Florida, to-wit Southwest 2 of southf'Uof
r. frss"beth. aD
\ nIokIY uoertaiJI eu epfaioa
., : :;... Iny a doa 11 CommantoAekonfateua- southwest 1,. section 5, township 21 south Bej t8mtth.inhivsi of the flttett. We "THE BRIDGEPORT"' is a
i I; ," ''''' &kW range 35 east, the said land being assessed at have brcomeUae Ialps&IIIed house in the
\ .., r'--,:" .. ', -.-..frM...., tgbammHw Mua&t."CQ eecum.: N&eDtI., noeht the date of the issuance of such certificate in world o.fcera.because Jo you oar w1Ib seeds to pow an better tha mast baD "Motor that Dotes"s
; .' ,. .. wIdIa8&f the name of Virginia Brittoa, Unless said besnttftil flowers and the floeK rt*+ -
' -f\ certificate shall be redeemed according to law tabled Plarat UIe be&leeds-l'erl'1'1. .
; { ::t:i":. sdttMLncJImerIcaLJi tax deed will issue thereon on the 5th day of lf.9 Beet Aimul M to allpUcaBis. BRIDGEPORT MOTOR CO.
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c ",.--,:'f. .lfH1In. the 2nd day of February, A.D. 1906. Mioh. Both Two ifld Tim Port Ciutrectioa Bridgeport Conn.
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I :: '. 'D.l" Clerk Circuit Court Brevard Co., Fla. F. N. HITCHCOCK & CO. Agents TitusTille Florida.
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f felt that Chahiian Shonti,:waom vowed!**?: Intention+ to distrust Its .
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JaW Patterson defended
day Senator '
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JN" = ', ;=his bolt<*nd:encountered .. \ England bad reformed Its army organ. handle produce of all kinds. We are stints for llapei'Fertilisen. We deal ezdosively' I
-' t4oratorkahlashing't of',.hi*' Democratic .A ..Permanent'Hagu.. Tribunal. ization.Mt in the above lines of goods, sod solicit the trade of all consumers. Write u for prices., I

y. .colleague,!? genitor Bailey of' Tens.BaUe7cbugedbat' 1 E prenatlv. Blrthoklt of Missouri s...' ',Who'DeW. :. ..... Castro' H.. ...., Onia and.all Groceries,delivered at your station. E. L. BEADY &: BOO..'f'rrwfIJ.U.' FL1; ., .'

bolting mar a habit president'*.tket'Itteeaitioii a1 "
-;'.,: ." 'ntbertbaD'principle. with. ... 'Patterson. ; .,unk v.ha* introduced...reso- M. Olivier for/France Tit ny;'who" as 'charge" QQNER < cc' r -A
; J ctttaf bis;:record;. 'lutJo r\to,lDatrn t the delegate to .the d'affaires at 'Caracas was ,

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; < negotiation,of. arbitration treaties and Staple Fancy I Groceries
over w_o/'d1 ?usslon. .. .and all Hinds
.' ,,'o. .', '.. the the establishment! 'of..an' :: :maD1..tatU..tteiDpta' to amend > Is 'saying that the'whole
reported as
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congress. convene. SPECIALTY
'iif', ;.H ; theIateretate e VEGETABLES > '
-- trouble'arose' from Castro's belief that
:. tO' All d-Jpksf"' In Trwty., '
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the French cable company was helping
. -< -<:" i, :>J ct.; to' court While the fate of the Santo Domingo fhelnZrirgente under,Matos., Titusville. i, i Florida: : ;'
.J tretiewns puaed'by"tire house- FeD .treaty still hung In the'balance owingto ... i .

. ;&=]atoot' nwctiau4r. The amend* > the defection'ot certaln'meaiberi'of Newepaperaeorata' 8af. *. .

: met',which reeelyed3tbe'most supportiru'thatpropo the senate minority.attention was.called The British court of appeal has decided .
1 ,. ,, .. Send- to The Star Office I
Job Printing
,' :";;;.:-!!i-':: .' B4; by' Underwood'ofAlabama'Dem. ,., ti a clause hi article 1 carrying the that newspapers may not be compelled your '
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r.--1. ;:'.:" :-4 .)': to .include' expressfcompanlatwlthbi obligation. to;secure 1 millions of scrip to divulge' their source of In

-i .;",f. The Intention of the president was that circumstances. ,e C
':- /On .rlstog" division. the Tote: on this ; -
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I. ,, ''wss'a ti12bnt *':count'by tellers money, collected from the Island's customs Roberta Wants. 1,000,000 C' Msn. .

," '. disclosed:11U yea* to'140,Da,1L.Bj'a should*bemused" 'm":settlement;t>f Field Marshal Lord Roberts In view SAN MATED CIGARS '

vote of 74,.to'143, the house"refused to foreign claims only and: the ,including of the Liberal triumph, has renewed I : $

Include., sleeping and dining cars,. A of domestic obligations would bring his campaign of warning to the British -
. proposition by Gaines of Tennessee Into the deal between $&000.000'and. public concerning, the Inadequate The success pf the San Mateo Cigar ,
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(Dem.. ) to prohibit the issue of free $9,000,000 'of the vdeferred debt acr1p'whtcb' defenses.. ,He urges .the adoption of is one of the greatest triumphsof
,has been valued ,as low as 5 the East Coast since the freeze. _
passe;failed 99 to:137. .On final pas-; 1,000,000 men as a military standard, f

'.... cage theO stood.346,to 7.McCallrof'Uaeaachueetts. cents on dolIai.I one-half .for the defense of India and jf *

,: Grosvenor the other half to maintain British pres- Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula of Florida and the v

f,Ohio. ad'UtUea ldotlIa1ne were I EXECUTIVEPresident': r. tige In Europe; Island of Cuba can produce, and wrapped with the rich, silky leaf grown on East

:, .- chief among the few dissenting Republicans. For Chinas Rtpublie. Coast plantations, the cigar industry of the world has never produced better article. s'1
a For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union News Company
Grosyenor proposed'' .to preventthe Defends the PrivaU. The Rev.J3.' P. Little, who has just on every train entering Florida. r s
ranfDld'ownera' from being interested at
:: returned from the Episcopal mission at
In a letter,to Secretary of War Taft '
ta.rnittes. car lines or other_indu Kanchau. China that the revolu- Manufactured *
by
says s. W. ROWLEY San Mateo Fla. .
.,trler;k supplying .business, to the ra1F President ,Roosevelt .approves the reduction tionary'party, agitated by young men -

'road.: _Ltttlefleld's.chief objection was of Lieutenant Taylor for slightIng who have been at the University of

.to giving the commission power to suspend a private soldier. The offense occurred Japan Is seeking to drive China intoa

'preferential rates SuUer of New at a theater when Lieutenant .conflict with the powers in the hope &

,York (Dent) declared the railway. Taylor, who was with .ladles, asked a of establishing a republican form of !" -r

,' liked the Hepburn bill because of the private sitting near to take a rear seat government Their motto Is "Chinafor .

thirty day, suspension clause. on the theory that It was not well for the Chinese." Dr. Little thinks The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.MACHINE .:
<.. In the .closing hour of.'the ;debate an enlisted man to overbear the conversation that the Japanese are as much alarmed t

c Cockran'of Kew York and Leader Wil- between hint and the ladies. over the situation as are the Ameri e '.

f llama had summed up for the minority The president says N that Lieutenant cans. -- *

while'Mann of Illinois and Hepburn of Taylor committed one of the most serious Revising German Election Laws. SHOPS 1. ,
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Illinois ,closed for'th. majority.: Cwk- faults which-any officer can com-
The recent general strike in the city
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denounced fraud* of the rail
nn mit and one that is.altogether exceptional .
road and criticised the court for being in the: The of Hamburg. Germany followed by
.army president '
some rioting and the threatened out-
lenient to'them.: He favored the bill
dwells at length upon the honor which Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS' V*
I break at Berlin and other points which
: : ownership
as a:.barrier against public should be accorded to the enlisted men ,
and oclalism William congratulated were checked by the concentration of *.
by officers and citizens' alike: He regards
,. troops.. Is due to the decision of the
all "the triumph of a cherished
,on the uniform of the enlisted man
Democratic?prlndple under a Repu'rIlan as a badge'of honor. s. Conservative party leaders to revise HARDWARE PAINTS.& OILS,
> administration. Hepburn said the elections laws so as to bead off the -
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the bill did not apply'to express companies President. Pardons Hazsr. rapid growth of the Socialists.The .
and that It wa limited strictly In a- letter to, the chairmen of the ,Agricultural Implements \

to the Imposition of a;reasonable rate house and senate committees our naval Beat Physic t

after It had been ascertained that an affairs President Roosevelt says he has When yon want a physic that is mild

unfair, .discriminatory. 'irate,. had been pardoned John, Paul Mlller;)a Naval nnd i tenth, easy to take and certain to SANFORD, FLORIDA.

established by a railroad company; In academy midshipman who recently wa* act, ah\'av use Chamberlain's Stomach y

.' other words,:ftfter.lt, had been determined dismissed for baling,and ordered his and L ver Tablets. For sale by Red Cross (
reinstatement He regards, the 'dis
that*? crime iliad been comP s
Plmrmtrr
MtteclE .1't missal;as .too great a:punishment for I' L'
M'"H' such an offense and thinks that the law
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; ..,% Facts For C4rrjrea. requiring court martial in'such cases

'- TlirCMident! ;.transmitted: the rettl should be changed. Nevertheless he

of ti Intwrtatc' commerce,commbalon disapproves of hazing- and agrees that REGAL

,.. to thibowse reaolution asking information the practice should be eradicated. .-

reftrdftw.! alleged, combine of
In Favor of the Lock Canal.
f the Pennsylvania- Baltimore and Ohio
I. and other railroads.. It states that the I The isthmian" canal 'commission ha1 t
indorSed the report of the Marine
minority
only definite:facts known to the.corn- Engine /
... mission beating on the subject are those board of consulting' engineers, with is .
In''favor' the lock' anal The only
of the
.appearing In the' annual report
companls named.? It says,. howzver, dissenting member of the commission

*that the!Pennsylvania BaUroad company Is Rear Admiral EndlcottThe Four Cycle, Jump Spark Ignition, Automobile TypeHave

with an outstanding capital of Navya New Torpedo. I j
$302,515,300,'appears .to control and Is The high speed"turbine self propel- smallest'number of working parts consistent with a perfect operating -

understood to,control the lines embraced ling torpedo, known as 'the Bliss-Lea- motor. Our valves insure perfect mixture. Ignition system is like an automobile and '"
\0 in the Pennsylvania system so called ritt. has been adopted by the United
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t<' with a mileage of 10,000,999.80. But States navy. It travels through the water motor starts with one turn Regal engines are fully guaranteed. i

in this system the.Band b., the Norfolk at the rate -of. thirty-six knots an "THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT." ,
"' and Western and.the Chesapeake, hour and has an extreme range of 4.000 .

*- and:Ohio:are.not included. The report yards.' Its speed Is eight knots faster Our customers say we are the only manufacturers who put good work into a small 3,

.showsthat 'the, Pennsylvania owns a than the' WhItehead torpedo, and its erg? Made in three types, i 1-2, 3 and 5 h. p. single cylinder ; 8 to 15 h. p. doublec
.*. ,Urge but not: controlling interest In distance nearly double. The torpedo is ,
: h.'p. four Send for catalogue'No. 8. It shows all the latest de-
the** three companies A* to whether fired from, a pneumatic tube twnt.v :;, .> r ; .1 cylinder.

'tbesfl fact tend to show a violation of feet In length. 2.250 pounds of <-" ., k.. nteresting things about gas engines. Mailed free.

'. Iaw, the commission expresses no opin pressed air being require ENGINE CO. Coldwater Mich.
GASOLINE
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;''i 'J: lThe 'Gainesville Sun.. .;'reports. ,...thaoeiptot' .;.re. : he interesting tights .offered bf'iJie- .fatal clasp.
"f.f.\: {{ branch peaches feathered: beauties. &, fi
showing .
: : towns
,women,ehUdrea, whole
.lif ; ". ,The Aiaerianecertainly Ja the \
'r'he'as a guinea.egg with many cities are caught ia the b&nefallrip

1li1t ,3. '.of s t fler.etrA "March freeze" ascendency The White. :Wyandotia terrible monster : .
t '
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'fJJ' 'would dell'a :different story;and it isto showing the.; largest number entered' ,,'you the grip Or, rathu BM.

, : }v&ts. ;., :, .Dipped; that'.Florida, .will. escape. closely! followed by the Barred ,sod' 'rAF grip got you? It so, read the Jet-?
'>; .., White Bocks. The English were repre leU. .. '.
fs -
'X'. sucafai tilaarstye'Live .
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anted by the Orpingtons with moot =

!P: t.,: : t Th !' Oak Daily 'Democrat. hJlarloasiy grind; specimens including number of as to the efficacy of Peruaa ia ";.,

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.r f of la grippe or its aftereffects
. st : remarks'that. ,,"Tom: Watson ported birda from .England..The q aU- '

is' |owj safely 'domiciled_.at his winter .ty was there in Barred and White Rocks. t< Saved by Pe-nj-a

Ut fG' -t t .. .l home:aY Fort Lauderdale..ton the East White Colombian, Buff and Silver Penciled .James R Guill is one of the old j

Coast Watterson-.is at Naples, WJ&DdoURhode, ,Island ,Beds, ,.' and moat esteemed men of Olaahs-
;.Z:. ... ; :Henry He has done much to stake it '
> ;' ai:thrWeat: Coast; John ,D. Rocket! Hue Andalusiana, Brown gbolD8..Dd boards a
; ; .J. : 'it is, serriog on public
.
:.... ::", telte is reported to be lurking incog. especially the Black Minorca! Then of times Be endorses $eruna

.I\tl {. at Miami, and old Grover will be with was also on exhibition Baby' Oatriehei following words

". 'uata: $arch." hatched, ia one of' the incubators. .''on'exbibition dtThcWOrIf am CS years old am bile and hearty
; I of Medldae Peruna has helped me attain it.

Ri L.-" '. ,i The Railroad'commission:has. fined 'I .was also very much interested (fn the 'Q$ years ago I had U grippe-my life

,;!'i-'z' the'Seaboard Air TJne $3Xrfor( three (California method of preserving'eggs. .as Epidemic despaired of. Perua saved me."

t f? ; failures .to1 .bulletla delayed trains. The Pacific Supply & Brokerage Oa,, Catarrh."- .Gu111.

r The same' road has been, cited to Severance Building,gave me their receipt Medical M. A Relative of Abraham Ll cOlR.
Silas S. Lincoln who reside at
,
t I"Show cause: why its should not 'provide i i&0a811'and said that they would be D. C.
street,N.W., Washington ,
t l betterdepot accommodations at very glad to send it to!any of my friendsfor
,;. : : the honor of being third cousin to
-:. : WtldIood, 'and+ the Atlantic Coastnehas'bees the asking. 1- Lincoln He writes

,j. .Li ,. ordered to provide ad The ventilation and light were excellent 4\\frr had la grippe five times before*-

: ditional waiting room facilities at and I never attended a more bar your medicine. Pour year ago 1-

I f' II Interlacheu. monioos show. Large crowds thronged I. . . . . . .I. . . .- ,.- .- .- the use of l'elUDI.I1nee which
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he tents day and night,; which were. A SwitncfB Judge Gated.i dip Vaunted to I have not been troubled with that

.?,,j-' .For satisfactory. reasons- Manager lighted. .with electricity.' Judge Horatio J.i Goas, Hartwell, Ga, Miss- Alice Bielke, ..... do much work at .

::;.- s r ,E. Y,31ackman has decided to changer There are great 'opportunities for poul write: Women's' Society of can I now ever could as ia life. I bay.mr

'a _? ;. date .for the opening of the Dade .try raising in Southern California. Reports "Some fire or six yeara ago I had avery Church,Menaaha, Wis., ed as more than tea my pounds ia .

..t county fair so that it will begin one issued by.the Produce Exchangefor severe spell of grip which left me "1 gratefully ."- Llueo1u. s

r' \ week earlier than was at first con- last year (1905) show that over two with systemic catarrh. that Peruna did me
glF I "A friend advised me to try your Pe- sick with la grippe ru-aa Not Only Cured La Grippe but
in
I templated. The new date fled for million dozen of eggs were shipped Benefited the Whole System.
which I did,and was immediately weak and
very
runs,
r '> .opening the fair is Monday, March .here from the easternrstates to supply benefited and cured. The third bottle with catarrhal trouble Alice M. Dressier,WI N.Bryant

l 5th, and 'ijt will continue through ,Saturday ,he d_demand. completed the cure.-H.J. Goss. ears.' ., Minneapolis, Minu, writes:

h March 12th. The fair will be THOS. F. MOBGAN. "My mother suggested spring I suffered from la grippe
In few Weeks.
Cured
i opened byHonGeoWWilson' editor a to build up my strength was partially 'eared, but the bad

;. of the, Times-Union. Fertile Florida NotM- Miss Jean Cowgill, Griswold Opera of the troublesome remained through the

:. .,.. Bowling Green farmers are planting House Troy, N.Tn is the leading lady acted with wonderful. and somehow I did act gel

,Editor.-Hawk. of the Tampa'Herald I a large acreage in vegetables. A, shipment with the Aubrey Stock Co. She writes. "1 was able to as I was before. .
I the : side of two months and I of my college friends who wa
following
of of and
"thought better of if and .has paid 25,000 crates vegetables
"During the past winter of .1901, I health now."-Alice me asked m* try Pecans and t
his $100..contempt fine, Instead of ap .lliO care of watermelons is looked for. \
: Buffered for several weeks from severe so and found it all and more than t

Goadon The acreage in cantaloupes and beansat attack of grip, which left a serious One reason why expected.

Anthony will be much lees than last catarrhal condition of the throat and permanent use in so not only cured me of the catarrh

gamblers to fines of $100 each, and ear, but greater in other crops. head. that it contains no restored me to perfect health and

-r the keepers of the gambling houses County Commissioner Chappell of "Som one suggested Pernna. As a kind. Pernna ia MIAMI.'T up the entire system."-Alice M.
I last resort, after wasting much time It can be used any,, .
tj"4 to fines of $250, greatly to the disappointment lettuce
sanford fine
*>_ i has shipped some very and money on physicians, I tried the without acquiring a .. Dr. S. B. HartmanPresident
36r? of, a large element of the which netted him big prices.W. remedy faithfully, and in a few weeks Peruna does not HUUDan 1S&11it&n1UD.olumuu.

.f population, who hoped to see them L. Grantham, D. L. Grantham teas as well a* ever."-Jean Cowgill. results,-it cures. .

punished to the limit of the law. Jack' James and Larney Hall of Sparr.

each have an acre planted to lettuce. Through the untiring efforts of Dr. Manatee citizens

According to the Tampa Tribune, .The Seminole Power & Ice Co., at Ft. MacGonigle, the superintendent of the successful effort to Minaret Cottage

F= Tampa's'cigar output has increased Myers is putting up one of the finest F. E. C. Water Works and Electric modern sanitarium on PALM BEACH. FLORIDA
; nearly six: million cigars already this
cold storage plants in the state. Light Plant in this city, and his effi- "Braden Castle" Meet
house of order.
boarding high
s- ,. The figures show that shipments -
; year cludes of
: thirty acres
The cabbage crop near Coleman is cient assistants, who have been workIng on Olive street near the lake
t : for the week ending February water front the .
five on
looking fine. Three to cars a day zealously for the past several

t- r, ., 10th,. were 4520000. Shipments previously are being moved. Tomato planting is in months, the improvements to the water river of 2,700 feet lights hot and cold baths and

z reported were 19,550,000.making full blast.J. works and the supply of water The people of Starke best modern Rates conveniences$8 to$10 table west service
f' per cor-
i a total to :February 10th of 24,- P.. Mace of Lake Helen baa putout thereto have reached such a stage of an effort to have the solicited.

'' = 070000. For the same period 'last 40 acres more of peaches in the last completion that the company Is now for the encampment of .. Frank Darling Proprietress

year the shipments amounted to 18- month, making over 100 acres he has able to give one of the best pressures State Troops located

p 225,000, showing a gain .for this, year now in this fruit. In its mains of any city in the State. Lake, about five" miles

to date of 5,845,000. tIt Scott Swindnl \>f Tberessa shipped a This tact was demonstrated at the place. The Seaboard POSADA

-'" crate ofetrawberries from there last week, exercises of the fire department Tuesday build to Kingsley Lake
is stated that the East Coast Railway A Reaaai Psj&iry Hoi
0 the first one that has been shipped from night, when a solid stream was that Starke secures the
S Company will bring no more' la-t there.
thrown two hundred feet through two Augustine, Florida
borers south for the present for workon Lee Howell ia putting in 400 acres of
hundred feet or hose from tie "hy Convenient
the Key West extension. There There about to Union Depot
cants at Anthony. are, 3,000 EAST COAST MEAT
drant. This, with seventy pounds of and to all points of interest
are now four thousand men, all white, acres in cants at this place and it is a
steam at the pumping sta-
"' engaged in the extension work, and great; melon center. pressure o. F. DUREH, ] Located udOpsalU-tis-Tstr
most satisfactory
tion. The test was
',.' they are giving entire,satisfaction ann Dr. Phillips of Kissimmte City has both to Mac nlgle and Chief Har- RATES:

: progressing rapidly with the grading, bought an orange grove .near Orlando who for $1.50 and
: die of the fire department, |2.00 per day
etc The majority of them are Irishmen containing 35 acres which bore 75,000
fry time have realized that the water ser Special rates to families )

, t;:' ; accustomed to< such work and boxes the.past season. vice would be very poor In case of a and permanent guests....
; the life attending it They are satisfied
'r The potatoes at Hastings Fla., are flre. This is now a thing of the past, C. Gould, Proprietress
:: with the employment and treat- three weeks ahead. It __
e .I fully was raining and the property of Miami is better .L

: -d::: men and the company has every bet quite[ 'freely down thereat last advices, flagration than it has ever been be-

; ".,,.:_,>.',, lief it will be able to retain the greater but potatoes can stand a lot of rain, and fore.-Miami 'Metropolis. \J:

! :, majority of them through the summer prospects so far are of the brat. The cIGAA,

I IF. =-i and until the work shall have acreage is somewhat larger than last year.S. _

I ,. .: been completed.-Miami Metropolis. J. Sligh & Co., report that the tomato TITUSVILLE, -
:
'.<. crop on the East Coast will be only -
'; The time for commencing the political
;' about half of last year's crop. The
;/ campaign will soon be upon as. If you
: weather is fine now and all fruits and
I tiC:' contemplate being a candidate for office vegetables are doing fine. ROBBINS

I i."t before the primaries in this county let
the voters know it by announcing it in .
i' ; Weekly: *&bel' K port.r. &
I t TBS STAR. We shall adopt the same Nl6't f.ItuiJy Afllfsat.ta
.S.DJtPABTMXST: Of AQBICULTUai: : W ATBJcprrat t
t. rule we have before held to, and request Ka BU&U.U.: r a.t -
!
i R\. the'payment in advance for announce FLA., Feb.20. 1906.
Paid
We do have in mind (Incorporated. up
ment. not a single
statement of
Comparative temperatures Tfc r.art oK Mcr III>all TB iflld iattn.V.nii**
I .;' '. .person who is likely to be a candidatethat ad rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. Staten this of any oth r .-k. 01 ua t.rnt. Tail u paecou.t YOU WILL ENJOY
; .:. 1906 1905 oi their sjrlc. accuracy and uu 'txJftMcr This
I .. we would be afraid to trust but if DATa. MAX. KIM. VAX. KIM. ir. IHmMJtnr'TbeQn. -nof F..hioalkai in the company Indian of our popular brands of cig rg. We
iWni+ tltr LJdf. liar J ne. One them
fore xn ta n. fresh from the mAnufactu-
Wl -: we should make an exception of one Feb.14. 74 55 64 56 year'.tabicripiion;ij numU"ta'ttsoerrt.. LatestWtab.r.3 try,on the St. and
:" be others who would 15. 74 62 57 46 ecat it'ert.ahaertDariauakcCall. l's. at New River and that's why
there might many taro Fret Sua>crib< tod jr.LaJf
r .
M16 71 61 68 43 RETAIN THEIR FINE FLAVOR
I expect the same favor of us. Therefore 17. 75 58 74 51 .maw Paten1.laNto e premiumiOFnlcaik 64 de. cayne Bay.
c<- n. : uniform
:,.. make the request that no candidate 18 73 61 70 57 Urns) and Fii mono Catalo;ae (sho. .j 4JO pten.uKt) are in quality. Our cheap
I I! : we 19. 72 59 76 69 Nat IrM. Addrau TUX McCALL C04 Sea Yu*. PRICES TO SUIT smoke better than most expensive:
eV.: ': will ask us to break oar rule. For all 20. 75 69 78 71 bought elsewhere. Well made rig-

f t :_ offices the fee is five dollars, except for Total rainfall for the week. 0.05 inch. from selected tobacco well cured
; rainfall for the week minus 0.58 Send for land
Departure
commissioners and school board PISO S CURE FOR ao exquisite smoke. We have
t
f :rr,:: t county nchea F kind.
I F:'. which is two dollars. Remember that it i Departure rainfall since Jan. lit plus.Winch. I Bwt Cough syrup rutwOood. UM| Omega: .
m time Bold by drvnteu.CONSUMPTION. RED CROSS PHARMACY
than ,
costs no more to announce now it
H. P. HAEDm,
I if:' -. would the week before the primary. Official in Charge. TITUSVILLE AND TITUSVILLE.

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,'': ""'f.0.': i;. 'iAbout,'twelve' hudnd..ba1ea, 'oi"-cqt-. ing'to quality..- ;BTatinwst.of'the; ;Palatta Catholic"Chnrch.;and,who is, 'm.turn. strength,and purity. .

rr taeirpbelna;; :keld.by'tbe,farmers of '',truckers,:hare" 'finished' -' ..shipping' the( 'personal representative'jbf,His It renders' the food'more healthful and.palat- 3able
wl11"r.'ltIacbat tJ.'awa1t1nc'; higherli&iSS. Mr. Peter.'Gardner: ; II. forwarding :
W- Holiness Pope Plus X. BlahopBrod.: '
and is economical in
this ', of I most practical use.. -
/ / Ji vsPUsn some.:50 :to 60 :crates. week erlckst&ndaat: the head. of:the Ital. V

s, a |are oo exhibition; 'Pensacohof ery/fine'lettueend;: Bhoull cotoe'In lan=AD rlClJ1' ,,Agricultural Association Housekeepers are sometimes .importuned tobuy "

& ?,,_{ i.:thij slew! city;hatt-- --'ch': "Itt -.Is pro, for :more' thanVthe minimum price.' =- ef New York City, the society 'alum powders because they ,are,, "cKeap.. :

tf'itli,,' poaedbaildthat,city ,at' a costof7SOObr Palatka News.. whose 'object Is ',to;'bring the _Italian Yet of the de sold V Ito f :,
some cheapest powders are. :: :
--t.:.. ; .. '. The new:steamer"Success, :built at immigrants, :; of the agricultural. class .: :; ,
.*.r r.;,' Klsslmmee'f Captain',T 4 JWs,*to t4the. f consumers at the highest; price. E
:. ,,;'i. Jackaonville's.. new' city ,directory, or? Southern States. *
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," .just,published,,contains .ZO'l'6la eart handle;fish'from: Lake Okeechobee'tothia "Since the meeting with the Board Housekeepers ,should stop and think. Is it :

3- :.:. JP',estimated the:population.of Jacksonville place,; arrived, .,on. hee'flrst.. ?.trip of Trade last December .Dr.Buck has better the and take chanCes-- ..-f *
f not to buy Royal no
.' -t.! (f : and suburbs, ,is 61,865.- last Sunday'with 6,000 pounds, of fish.: been, bending every. ,effort to securethe '.:: **i

,:;f -, 'The. City Council of'West Palmt3 The boat U''about.;80 feet in length, Immigrants for" 'Florida' -and suenest the powder whose goodness and honesty are" never -.:. J ,
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;; ':Beach 'will 'have, several additional j and has" two. refrlgeratore tot* : packing ia about crown his work. At questioned ? '
; ). about tens: VHHJ ot jBsij. one lieingllfor, ,.important
ai. meeting held in. the
, -... .'...r"--' ',elect a fare lamps: ,placed at impot.tant catfish' and'the ''other ,lor, scalefisV:' offices ,of thee: Consolidated Naval} Is it economy to'.spoil your digestion by an A.': :

'1- ",,-r\;; .. points ,throughout the city. Captain 'Bass expects" to malts three Stores Company. the plans. were again alum-phosphate or, other adultercd powder tc ,,' ;I t:.

a.. The' Ensue Lake .Region says, that round trips .week,, between LIt V. '
a gone over' in detail four contracts save a few pennies ? ,\ : >
r'rj'.w the picture of steamboats navigating place. There .t\. \
; Okeechobee ..and this were signed .calling for fifty families .." -.-. x

l$ ,. the upper. Ocklawaha and tCe great are, now. about ..fifty men, engaged, In each, and assurances given that at ,
4.. .. lakes of Lake county is a reminder '
!i : fishing, on.. the lakes and Captain. Bass least 'seven. other, similar contracts ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK a fs <
44 of old times and a dawn of better
,,'. expects to.secure a full load.for. the would, be Immediately.."

'i J.- ... days, steamer on every trip.. Fred Murray "The'alp nr of the. four contracts the four combine to guarantee the Postmaster Resigned.

. ; Pensacola's 'City Council' has formally 1s engineer on the new boat'and Cbas.' means,r that'four Ita11u'eolonlea are best class of immigrants for the de A dispatch to the Times-Union from 'j
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": reinstated.Street Superintendent Murray fireman.-Fort Myers- Press to be established / Florida whoseresources
l ? at once In velopment of Florida a State Winter Haven says "Dr. H. R. Peacock f*
Gingles, who'procured a: leave of Using ,the customary ratio in computing are admittedly little more
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For Life'EdwardtjAlveres postmaster at this place for the t
Reeentenoed
': absence' and Jeft the city when there Convict .. .
< ; \Fk"; .population from the heads of than touched upon has its
tendered
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y' low fever appeared there, and whose ., J he Bradford families, each petition of a number
office 'was thereupon declared ;vacant county' murderer' ,' who was. ,sentenced persons in it. and the four will mean vine rounding out the details of the
Board of. Works. for life to the oonyIct anspa, and r of people receiving their mall at
by the Public at., least ::1.000 new immigrants to work, was seen by a Times-Union
who was granted a' conditional par'don this office, an: order came to open
i> has Florida., representative, and asked about the '
Orlando Dally Reporter ,
The the office on Sundays. The postman
Pardons
the State Board: of ;
_i'..' by "The minimum wage-to be paid the future of the work. Among other
__ absorbed the Weekly Star of that city : with order
re-sentenced Call ter refused to comply the 7
; has been, re- by Judge. laborers who win .into the turpen things, he said: .
and go
and :'it la now published daily Alvarez whose home and tendered his resignation to the .
Jacksonville ,
.'\: 'weekly as tHe Reporter-Star W.' D at tine 'ampa and In. the sawmills is 'There is no longer any doubt but "
>'," Is department at Washington.
Bradford county, a
is in ,
Lawtey, VV
' 'Powell of the. Star Is the editor of the fixed at $1.25 per dad Homes with that ten or eleven colonies will be established ...
f h and did not know how -
bad character, a small plat of land, will be furnished In Florida within a '.
;; paper, and J. L. Ferris will have when'given the very Itch-KlBrwerna
to behave himself by:; thecontractors to each. family. very short time. To these colonieswe
charge of the publishing and pitnttng.F.
iY. E. T. Lucas, Wingo Ky., writes April
a'petition
chance. Last summer was
These .are to be paid for on the Installment shall of course give our beat aid, 1902 "For 10 to 12 I had
: 25th :
.r. years
Bond TrulI
The Palatka Board of to the Governorthat
: sent from Lawtey plan and sold to the Italians and do all in our power to prove to : been afflicted with a malady known as .

;: ., '." trees have practically settled' upon Alvarez was again there drinkingand at a minimum price. the world that we are not mere dream the 'itcbThe itching yw&s most unbearable ? '"
,w.:' ; nearly all the firms to whom con acting badly. The Governor ordered This residentsfor ; I hal tried for years to find a relief J ;
means permanent schemers.
ers .nor triechaH I could bear of .
: be awarded for the construction having rem/dieg t,
," tracts will his re-arrest and return to the '
the the establishing of l
State 'Our plan Is purely philan-
a besides a nuore r/of doctors. I wish to>
; of the new municipal water ,prison. Habeas ,corpus proceedingswere churches schools, etc., and _the forming tropic one, looking to the betteringof state that one application of Ballardfe e

;. i; ; system, and some, of the firms have instituted and fagreement 'of of the nucleus for prospefous the Italian Immigrants who are Snow,Liniment, urei me completely lad

", Ij.. been .notified" of the acceptance of attorneys and others Alvareawas. allowed towns and cities and the final beneficial worthy of help, by teaching them to permanently.liniment on/two Since separate then I have occasions used the for '/' t

their bids. instead'of going' to prison to results to the State are 'almost I kelp themselves, and putting them in ring worm and it cored completely. 29c, s
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The board of trustees of Stetson leave the State. He agreed to do this incalculable. :. he position to do so, by guiding them 50c and 1.00 at Red Cross Pharmacy. > .

University at meeting last week' in and went to Fargo Ga. He, was. arrested "Only the best .class of. .Italians. is into agricultural pursuits the work

De' .Land made an appropriation of in Jacksonville last Friday to be brought here, and to guarantee for which they are admittedly so eminently $30,000 From Two Grove Pa

')' 1,000 a year for the library, and took' night a week ago_ on the 'charge of that this is the case, it is only necessary fitted. We shall not drop them' Mr. H. E. Heitman has been busy -

V into consideration the advisability of carrying concealed weapons and attempting to state that back of the movement after we get them here but shall aid' the past week shipping the fruit from

$1O0 to shoot a negro. Judge stands the Roman Catholic .nd assist them in every way. We the-four-year old Floweree grove at '

: V .,ri Call has now sent him back to the Church, with its matchlessly perfect have succeeded beyond all cavil in! Estero, the fruit being brought from

} of V the' university, John B. Stetson, convict camps to serve out; his life organization. other parts of the country and our Estero on the Elizabeth. Mr. Helt.

i_ V contributed $16,600 to make up the sentence. A sad circumstance" in con "Bishop' Broderick himself spent success 'in Florida, a ,climate so admirably man says there will be 3,000 boxes of

deficit and for needed improvements. nectlon with the case Js that Alva eight years In .Italy In study, and he suited to the people of. Italy grapefruit on the Estero grove Of Mr. | T

.. WitlT no mishap; Florida will ship. rez's wife died at, Lawtey a few days I speaks every Italian dialect with the seems to be even greater than that In Floweree and 7,000 boxes on the grave ,

y ago of a broken heart. i greatest .fluency.. Associated with other sections/ Alva boxes from
an immense. crop of oranges another near making 10,000 i
condition betray him in New York is every priest of "The benefit to the contractors which will net Mr. ,
$Y season. The trees are in fine Have by promisesof the two groves, \'
and they are all budding and quacks, swallowed pills and bottled the Church aiding him in every way through the plan of Bishop Broderickand Floweree 30000. This is certainly Mr

putting on a big bloom. There will medicine without results except a damaged possible in the selection of the immi- Dr Buck Is no small one. The a fine showing for groves only planted
$ stomach. To those we offer Uollis ...
grants. the families here is .
of bringing
be a crop of some four or. five .hundred ten's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents. Ask cost four and five years ago. These two
R. thousand boxes going to market your druggist. "When the contracts are forwardedto the minimum and a comparison of groves have produced more fruit than
New York the colonies are at once the cost ol 4
shows clearly that
from, Volusla alone, a fourth of the I figures was shipped from the entire country .

&YP. number from the groves in the vicinity Still One of the Mysteries. made up. There Is no excursion made bringing' fifty families here, throughthe ten years ago.-Fort.'Myers Press.

of De Land.-Volusla County Rec The Southern Express Company into Mulberry street, or through the ItaUan Ameri"an Agricultural. Association \ .

officials are still as much.in the dark slums of the city but only into the is actually less than the fI 'It

ord.Hon. rural districts. Italians who are minimum cost of bringing fifty la- V
concerning the whereabouts< of its
Thomas W. Watson and family .
Contents the farmers first and laborers afterwards, borers alone from New York to Flor- .
I of Thompson, Ga., have arrived safe and as they were are chosen, assembled in colonies of h It Your :
Not
after Its disappearance. a
V winter home near Fort Lauderdale day ida."Then
r at their the size desired and then sent to the
f thing his been learned about the safe the class of men brought
the balance o/- the
V V to spend is place where they are to work. here is of-the best. Steady, reliable ;
or the robber who by this time

ha i<- ...Watson,.season., will It is do understood* some writing that while Mr. probably enjoying himself to the limiton "After the Italians are sent South, labor is a certainty, and the Industriousness Own Hair ? r. "

their families are sent after them of the Italian Is so well
the stolen "swag.
there, ,though he came. particularly to the work of home-building begins Vr
r The local office of the company is and known that lItle need of elaboratingupon
The home Mr. Watson:occupies
rest. that accrue
still charge of the route agent, and at once.The advantages it was found necessary in pre hat '
t2 last summer at a cost : Do you pin your to your
was purchased themselves is clear jV
to the Immigrants senting the plan to men accustomedto
thousand dollars.-Miami Superintendent Hockaday and other hair? Can't do it?
of several wherever colonies own 1. i.
officials and detectives have :ly brought out. and employing laborers In large num-
Metropolis.A company has not Haven't enough hair? It must !: I" '
there ;
been hovering near and "doing their have been established bers. More complete details regardIng '

r divorce suit plaintiff in Jacksonville utmost to solve the mystery but to been. found the slightest difficulty in the location of the colonies and be you do not know Ayer's : "

the other day thinking to hurry no avail They have at least made no securing Just the class of Italians de the business concerns that have con- I Hair Vigor Here's an introduction ).

things up, so that he might get arrests.-Palatka News. sired. tracted for the laborers will be an.nounced May the acquaintance

' "spliced" agate, perhaps, sent $2 in "Western New York .Is sufficient within the next few days. result in
I a heavy growth
a letter to Judge Call, urging haste Croup testimonial to the Italian's ability and II ;
of rich thick glossy hair
his case. He now languishes In the of for farming and his worth ,
in Begins with symptoms a common aptitude The End of the World I
Duval 'county's Jail under a thirty- cold; then b chilliness, sneezing as a laborer is too well recognized to Use this splendid hair-food,
for contempt, and will sore throat hot akin, quick pulse, hoarseness who will be Of troubles that robbed E. H. Wolfe, falling hair and
sentence need comment. Those stop your get
days' and impeded respiration. Give frequent of Bear Grove, la., of all usefulnes, came r
1:: V not be likely to offend again. His experience small dcteB oftBallard'a Horehound brought here will do day labor in the ben. be began taking Electric Bitten. rid of your dandruff. #

should be a warning to impatient Syrup, (the chndwul cry for it) and at turpentine camps, in the forests, and He writes: "Two years aiw kidney troub The beat kind of a testimonial f.t ,

suitors. the frequently first sign Balar\8now.of atcronpy cough Liniment apply to in the sawmills. But the product of ie would caused never me have great survived suffering had which I not I "Sold for over sixty yar ." *Iii < .

,' Colonel C. L. Bittlnger, the well- the throat. / XMrs. their labor will be spent on then taken Electric Bitters. Tbey also curedme .

,!V known editor of the Ocala Star has A. Vliet Sew Castle, Cola, writes, homesteads; their families are here, of general debility." Sure cure for all M .

returned from a trip to French March 19,1902/I think Ballard's Hore- and there is no inducement to returnto stomach liver and kidney dizziness complaints and? Ayer.:
Just bound Syrup a wonderful remedy and soleaaant blood diseases, headache, \
Lick Springs, Ind., where he attended ( to take. Sold by Red Cross Italy; their investments in realtyare weakness or bodily decline. Price 50c. I .

a meeting of the executive committee Pharmacy. certain to appeal to them; and Guaranteed by Red Cross Pharmacy.

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TNIkIM 1LEII cost
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-"g '. tA 3thedrintlnj Ulas'i'JUlct itooMTtlt MtItLoo*: you
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'i1; y .frope altOTatkHiJof: rest and w rti eiiM :raft of H.000,000( 'WM.denied at the' Motoiui Gain a Point. write for them. : : -
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; ;i a w u>qttiie, _element:of competiUS White House:;Tne goert tot ls said to The';case of James 8.. iletcalfe dramatic ., .- .7

'.N;;"' .J; ;j'Wt1Q4! th#tttaklng." .rf good, 'thoughts.. bare bee' cut 1O ljQpCxi( 'Onto'dele .x. ; critic"'for Life 'who caused .the .. Address GERMAN, KM..,' WORKS.': "y.:; ,'... ':.:-. .
P--1.\'il"': N.w Yerk-9.J Nissan Street. or Atlanta O-2ZX:;Broad Street. : :
several/NeV :
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'if"L: : ....Clrpnar"Asro4lia, e Flies_ : .i. ,, gatloautter.etieoanterint'obiecthut'taasgttt arrest of York theater : ?
'.i 1! t""J"? i. .,C iZ'ihied, for'JD&D11earaJ COIK'the X{atpunehbowlbaacompro- managers, ,lor conspiracy In barring P' -;
\1TI .DeetJ4W1tti! "Edison laboratory as : mlsed'on a loving cop.; Mr. Longworth him from their theaters gained another t

: : mechanical;:wiglneer, latterly has been his d enBaIT d :classmate point! when Justice Fitzgerald of the ?

':t e giving hls; atteBtiont, '" the.;fxeatlou'of ..nGmu"'N.- Perkinsof., Boston, ,: to be. supreme" court decided,matte test case 8. K. WATTSt
y f dt hls'bestman.Accent io against Manager Burnham of Wal-
;i an airship.In the form a circulara!soplane
: !.f1 :tb wbieh-illiea.tbt turbine pdn .I lack'a that the city,magistrate had heldhlmIepIIy'pendJng
i:1' !'Y ) : *: .
M 'ie:: ..dpJe.wt, out"waste of energy.-.- ,AprellmlnarV = i A:freight train irakb Reaped"'from an examination on Ladies'and

__"t: ; "eiDeriment'at 1hla Allentown i iii I a aiding at'Austin Mont, rushed,four the conspiracy charge. The Interesting Gents' Furnishings :
of the decision Is that the collective
frf part_
: (Pal station for'aTnachlnedesignedite -
>! -- -- *- '. .- "> -* ..*'*' teen'miles down the tr'moUD-' rights of the managers In agreement -
to carryrtRo.meu leaafd.to been tain crashed Into r
have
gradeand
; passen- debar. Metcalfe could not be DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
i :4' ?i 4. remarkably successful. The'aeroplane get train on the Northern Pacific with of
; measured the nature their Individual
4 1'f Is forty-eight: feet-In:diameter 1 and' it such" terrific .force that five. persona rights by In respect' to:; Individual ., Boots. Shoes Stationery, Novelties Etc.

&; 1,developed. a' lifting, ;powerl Of, J500( Wft.kU1ed., three::Injured and 'more acts.. The,judge also thinks that the

_ :-f.-' pounds. ..MrFried ..saysit; .traveled than 'forty: cars 'scattered over .the possession of 'a ticket 'Is evidence of Eau Gallie Florida
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several miles E retim ingto'the starting prairie. ,
the existence of contractual rights and
: point.without disaster..' ,A speed of Four persona were kilted and four InrJored obligations between the holder and the ,
"f: ) fourteen. fe f.-secorid:,or.ten miles an .In a rear end collision of passenger -. manager of the theater, and an agreement -

X s .hour;waa developed*, trains on',the' Oregon Railway and to'ignore and repudiate such con-,
Hotel! Indian River
ft Ont' 'Less' Incurable.Diseasf, Navigation line.A tract and deprive the holder of his rightto wedge Fla.
. .iif Dr 8. 'P, -Beebe:of,the'Oornell Unl- million bushels of wheat and 200 occupy a sent,and witness the per- ;

nr vetai. .',Medjcilscbvol: 'at':New :York. horses were boned up at East St formance, may constitute! an actionable
r: .t.: c announces that he and his associates Louis,'besides the destruction'ot BevenhooIe8"aiM1' wrong. The police court hearing would Entirely,BenoTated and Modern Throughout .
twenty bars,.when'an oil [tIt
bave demonstrated a cure for the hitherto therefore have to proceed.EDUCATIONAL
is sitnated in and in the heart of the garden of Florida '
.: j} # Incurable Graves' disease affecting tank exploded. The. loss was over $1-. an orange grove spot ; '
A region on the bank of the famous Indian river
eub-tropical
.!, the thyroid.gland In.the neck. A serum 000,000. <
*
} .1 :i r U obtained from the gland of a patient I I Cuisine Same as at Elberon Hotel, Elberon, N. J.

''. .1T73 who most die, bat'the" ''substance thus I LEGALCRIMINALMoody Boating Ranting Fishing, Orchestra Etc.

, -1J : obtained will cure, twelve other pa, For. a Chair of {,ivllization.- 'Rooms with or without baths Rates: $3.00 to $5.00 .

: q\ tients. The serum acts.directly on .the Defends GarfUIcL Among a nsmber of gifts announced J. V. JORDAN M'gr Also Manner GLBERON HOTEL
thyroid. cells like a narcoUe.causing; at the annual meeting of Columbia university Elberon, New Jersey ,
Attorney Genera Moody was In
- J the overaction tQ cease. .It Is injected perions1 trustees the largest was that -
direction of the packers' trial at
nypodermlcally every other day for of 150,000 from Mrs. Maria H. Williamson -
'and he denied that
Chicago
'W: two weeks and the cure la complete. squarely of New York to .establish a PAITI1.
he bad made use of confidential evidence -
,r*' Matter Not Indestructible, professorship on the origin and growthof '
,. Dr. Gustave Le Bon of Paris has field. .secured' by Commissioner. Gar-: civilization In memory of Edward P APE HANGING, WALL TINTING, 'KALSOMININCr|

reached the ,revolutionary conclusion R. Carpentier. George Blumenthal a TARNISHING, STAINING, FINISHING,
' that matter finally passeS away by Jail For Mental Healer. banker, gave $100,000 for the endow '
s} spontaneous changes in its molecules Helen M. Post the noted head of the ment of a chair of politics with the object SIGN and CARRIAGE PAINTING '

k*; u Illustrated in the electrons of radium mental science concern.at Sea Breeze. of, giving,.Instruction In government at reasonable rates

,r, l ,and that the result of these'changes Fla.. baa been convicted In the United and citizenship. ,
la "substances which are Intermediary States court at' Jacksonville on' the ------ MILTON ELLIOT, Titusvilie, Florida ,- .

1 between ponderable bodies and imponderable ,charge. of uanl'the malls for fraudulent Shop-Corner Washington and Main ,
". believes'that purposes In ,
ether. He' the
: 'energy thus set tree produces the great- offering to cure WsPi --ra 1r
=r Jr=J r====rTr rTTT
34 er part of the,forces:of the universe, disease by what ,
especially electricity and. solar beat is known as the \
We sell farm business f
i> r Finally, he declares that the possibility "absent treat- nil MavtarresMdy Mot lalU to can your or

z' of transforming matter Into other ment"resided Her patients eIIIctUII1 cartDyspepsia Cut out coupon below and mail at once IJ I
forma of shows "that In
*' energy force and Coostipatlon, Sick
I
t' matter are two phases of'the same every state In Headache Biliousaess
, ;A thin,." the Union. Her FARMS- -ctJTTHISOUT FARMS
*. first conviction S Asa ALL DISEASES arWag from a

] Underground ,WJrelesf, Msusgos. ', ; : .. >s' occurred about Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion Christie & Christie Real Estate Agency *
\ Father Joseph Murgass of Wllkes-
two years ago The aataral malt Is good appetite
Jacksonville, Fla.
Dyal-Upchurch Building
barre Pa., who recently completed and ''
'when the case stdsoUdfksb. Dose small;elegant
b1 put ha operation: new Istem'of wire Post.'W&I appealed. ly iragar coated and easy to swallow. Kindly send me by return mail Listing Blank, as I wish to take up. matter II'

%' less telegraphy, is now experimenting Helen II She bas been Take No Substitute.. of placing my farm in bands

. f t4 with an underground principle. He announces sentenced to pay' a fine of 1500 and \ :

1 that he has no doubtof, hIs serve thirty days In JaiL Mrs. Post is I'I'N' ,
2- .ability to send an underground message Sunshine in ._ _
seventy-five years old. your --- ------- ---------- ------- ---
ft to Europe and says that the experiment -
-t
. Fak. Brokers and Bankers.On .
:fi" will be made at a cost of $20.- Home

f} 000. -It will require a concreted shaft the charge of conspiracy In using Address_____________________________ -
, the mails to defraud John T. White. L
f-l 8,000 feet deep on each hide of the
president of the Imperial Trustee com
f: ocean and the development of great Fifty-two times is assuredto
pany of Jersey City; Robert Ruxton a year
lf; power He already has 30Hoot.shfts. : ; J
. at Seranton.and TVilkesbarre.MISCELLANEOUS:. and brokers Clyde together Colt known with' Foster as New Hopperof York you if you You Want to Know All About e'

f'
% a Boston known the
concern as
I I Hanover bank and Frederick Waugh READ, Re SUNThat ]

if"R ... with an office In Philadelphia.were arrested EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?
, <
by Marshal Henkle of New
Lincoln I Farm Association.With
. York.. 'The postal authorities say that illustrated weekly paper,
::It the idea and of enabling Especially regarding Fruit Growing Trucking and
purpose these men have swindled corporations printed in Jacksonville and General Farming? If so. subscribe for the.......... .
_' the American people to make the farm
out of hundreds of thousands of dol-
:, ja and cabin In Kentucky where Lincoln lars for guaranteeing the underwriting published everywhere. FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.PRICE .

,. was born a sort of national shrine like of bond Issues of newly organized com-

: '/+ Mount Vernon, 'Collier's Weekly, In panies. Contracts were made to float 25 CENTS PER ANNUM.
il-,1t whose name the farm was bought at''k miHions of bonds without selling one. A. K. Taylor ISSUED ONCE A MONTH. SAMPLE COPY FREE.

i: auction for $ ,OOO In April; ($01. has ADDRESS. ,

, ..'j organized under the laws of, Kentucky Afraid ot Strong Medicine E. Y. BLACKMAN, Editor, MIAMI, FLORIDA.
. the Lincoln Farm association "to,which Many people suffer for years from rht a- Hakes the cartoons and all the

. l ',' every one shall be entitled to membership matic pains, and prefer to do so rather other pictures.
than take medicines
1 > who contributes to the general strong usually givenfor
fund' for the preservation of this historic rheumatism, not knowing.that quick SBABDARDAIRLINE
1 '
relieffrom pain may he had simply by .
F-.: spot any sum not"less"than 25 applying Chamberlain's Pain Balm and Claude I/Engle
(t.:j cents or more than$25." Governor Folk without taking any medicine internally.
!:.t:, TY of Missouri Is named as president of For ale by Red Cross Pharmacy.For RAILWAY.
':a the board of trustees which includes -FOR-
)t. such names as Choate Watterson, Porter Over Sixty Tear In pungent editorial paragraph

f '-'t Mark Twain. Taft. St Gaudens Mrs. Winslowa Soothing Syrup has looks after the things that Savannah, Columbia Southern Pines,
: Jenkln1 Jones been used for over tixtr.ears by millions
i.tt Jerome Tarbell Lloyd need attention. Richmond Washington Baltimore.
of mothers for their children while teething ,
r rt and Cardinal Gibbons.' Richard .Lloyd
.1'". with perfect success. It soothes the
New York
.:Y Jones who represented Collier's In the Philadelphia, ,
child softens the all
gums, allays pain,
.J!: purchase of the farm and' who tells cores wind colic, and is the beEt remedy WARM, BRIGHT,.FACINATINGLT

:Y the 'story'of the auction, In the current for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor CLEVER TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. .
tzar I Issue secretary of the association little sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists

It lira. Clarence H. Mackay is treasurer, in every part of the world. Twenty- EXPRESS SEABOARD
il,,3 with headquarters at 74 Broadway, five cents a bottle Be awe and ak for That's the Sun SEABOARD MAIL '
New York. The first contribution-= "Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup," and

rr t, namely, $5-has been, received from the take no other kind.CASTOR. I II'I MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. "

f.'i. postmaster at Hod&e v1Ue.- Ky., where If you pay to read this paper you :'

i e the farm Is located. IA can read THE SUN too, ONLY LINE: :
York's New Theater.'
it f\ Through the efforts of several wealthy Par Infants and Children.UYiiimAliiplNfU. s
.New Yorkers.Including'John Jacob Astor -

. t t es?.,.. ; Cornelius Vanderbilt,'.James Still- ne [ Ask us or write us and wnte to For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, o* i

3 ,- man and 'others In that, class a -.. for'the Bean thatSignature A. O. TOl. Jr.
} company has been< projected AssL General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agen'j j
1:1'7. elevation of the.American itagev and anew of We 11 tell you how. JACKSONVILLE 'k J'

x., 'f playhouse to be kn wo a.the New .1 -
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", 1 rt-i & !:" Th i!" endowment*, : r ... Is the;supreme h a4.. This submis .
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"f"' f ; way to get a slice of what their bench
"" .... service to $300.000. Prlor'to theadjournment of the'ex4)cutive men and constituents 'are:striving; for. don;Sour StomutUharrtoea -
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\ f : .';:t.HIspractical: parish ; board of the United timeWorkers' In this respect it reflects''"the political Wonns&xwdsfcxBjeverishocss For OverThirty

-",, }..,.t..r.J'. ., Rr.it, fofd&;Bainswork.was, .. extensive" at: Indianapolis' -a ,resolution' character condition and Interests of ahdlfOSS OF SUEEB 'c

)wt _. : and'was. carried...on iris adopted 'on, motion :President;: die communities which send'..congress. Tac3ime of '
'l\}: .bya"staff of twenty: trained: assistants: Mlt -the.cffect.that .district men to Signature
*.eUot no Washington.
*ntf 3b hundred of ;volnateell''workeii.' Years
} a
: .. "whether anthracite, bjtummous .or .
'Jt: 1f.: ; 'DeiBaiatfOII; Wen- especially.;pron V, block.coal, in.the United States'or Canad ; Health NEW YORK. .
T neat on-aefiount'ofhIEopen advocacy Mean* the ability ,to do good day's
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.. his > work withont nndne fatigue and to find I
;O. 4 of beer drinking.with meals and defense ,
,If.i;. > .of ;the 'saloons oft rational lines..' scale of "wages.unless' :all dlstrtets arebicluded. :' life worth living Yon cannot have
This' dectua117'btada off&ila
:f- He'was mercUesg in his criticism'of the : indigestion or, cpnrtipatioBH: without itstipeetting
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,-e p ratl'eDt.for..thi soft tjfe yliver iifd polluting',
r ,'. ''ladoleut'ttdi'aitd.. the:waateful eitoavagance -. i coal'and bard,.. .miners. ,Nevertbless *- i blood SachacahditiflKmaj be beat and 4 ,

'f' .4: ,'of .the wealthy-classes. Tbe preparationsliave"gone on*looking quickest relieved njnernine, tbe best liv ,aucTcowt rwRA>wge.

Reel Hugh Birckbead,.has been called toward,the conference between ,the anrthraciW rrgnlator that tmwarld has ever known ) ewe eCHTAHH eoM.....,. MfW, 1'.ea CRT ,
X-, to"succeed .s>r.-Raln8ford.as.:pastor;offitwGeorge's 'miners' and:;operators' ,at;New.Jorfcf .! Mra.0 W. Smith, writes,[ 'Apnl3. 02:

'1 } lie has'been':one. .ofhlr:. At'Plttsburg thereof ventlon of "I use'. Herjffne, and flhd it the best
-'i'aditoaideaP11 !- .: I medicine .aM'ft>IlQlatin
fofifconatipation ,
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tHatrfct Ncx ft beard
:; a.l..c I. Prudent faWckPolan :',. theliverljrfer used.". 60c 8dttby Red

phjffrIhi'1Yal- T :. .. .defend \I.vote 'J1. ; Qrosi phpscys'
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for scale. r n. .
.: TbeTorreypileiander: 'mission, hu.- the present "He declared utat s
..iuwPhiladelphia moned the ChrtIttaD'population of the anthracite miners:were'in no shape, 'QA..rOZ.A.. Si .

to JoinIn; a record!bre t; for'a.strike and that Mitchell bad'not .' ....II''! -

Ing'campalgn'to win-people_Ove? fo the told the truth. He said he voted'against \. Florida East Coast Railway.Local .

..am"*tfU;.L' *7il.-i! :** LOref* Instructions I because. itwaa".]Lls'be@t I '1", .

a 'mlnlstei* la,tbe City:of.Brotherly. judgment Nevertheless' the convention':i

s, 'are.:J In;mta; rork,: enlisting;their"' congregationkf -4 ordered bot2 Pie4ent Dolan df Viet time Card No, 64. In Effect January f \W

t : tar as potslblej; {"rom dieflrstini President Bfelllngham to reslgnT Both ,

t .. --. B7 rp' hOf1ibavaraiionded: : << \toie refused, Land;,:President!! Mitchell".was 80UTN-BOUND-MEAD DOWN NOITN-BOUND-BEAD UP. .
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; .4 <11'.fAe,converts., A,big religious called on tD act: The'refusal of the om->; '
c} ; based fa'et' No. 99 No. 85 No. a1 NO STATIONS Xo. nlNO. 71 No. SS No. 98
reyivalStalsounder/way:lathe: city eels to resign wa on the' Daily Da1l1 D&II I Isl. Dally,Dally Daily Dally
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't of Ptttlb1J'ithioUglffbeeomblned'ef.: that they were elected referendumvote '
by'
,:" \ ; ai ri 00 e! IT...._acksonvllle__At i SO p 140 P 140 ; 140 :
.;:p'. tort ot.-t17'.ti chuu chess'. ; consequently, they said, ',they _iPl--l-2) a ...M.... .' _.so. JackIODTllloML, 171 P l..___ I 33 a ..._
H< ':' r. Qihboni'1laiila ftoctaiism.. would retire only .by the samee aVthority. : t 3C P e 10 plO 35 s9 00 ai' "__St. Augustine,._" a 20 P e 40 p I so a 140 st
; _'_ 19 pit 11 "'........._ .. _.._Hastings.__" 6 39 P--... I U a .---
tt: : |Cardinal{Olbbons Il'hll sermon at :I ., 1C 2G P 1 37 pill: 30PI2U6 a IJ U a LV.Eut Palatka....._.Lv 625p 663 II 624. 1.0 a
tiie BaltimeTe cathedral for the monthof Nothing at this WrIting'etands In the I 4 Ie plU' 55 a 1010 I A 1_.. Palatka ......._LY 00 II,TOOJi TOO a 615 a
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f};.}':. way. of ..great national miners' strike I 00 P II 00 a 820 a Lv..___ Palatka _.___At 100 II I W( P 6 M a J m a
February attacks the Socialist as a --1--117 -
.." '__ 55 Sf a.Ar......_..San Mateo--- 105 II 103 II _
y,,-ait demagogue "whp Is.habitually sowing beginning Api| 1 &9d involving: 550,000 I .e.!.l!! P-s1 P,12,, !..!. 805 a Lv_,_.San M teo..........Ar 765p 1 50 a 100.

.. broadcast the seeds of discontent? lie workers. 'e1'heres; been talk of enlisting'the 1 ...__._ 718 .....___ Lv..._..-. Neoga-.......Ly 449 P --_ 445 a'm.
." personal mediation of..Presi .-.... 782 p 12 19p22 p.p.. ..__ .. ,....._Bun Dells.__ 136 p..'........ a Sj( e...__
: declares .that Socialism would "bring --._ 7 to II -...--.. ..___..Dupent.....__ .e 4 29 II --.- 4 22 a __.
=&:. all. men down to a dead. level would. dent Roosevelt? that of the Civic fed- Hotel-.02

":. paralyze industry /and..tdestroy; all elationwThey'expeet' to'raise a strike 1160 P 8 46 P 1 00 p 1120 a ..._...Dayton __ .' I 62 418 P s 37 612 a .
healthy competition:''' W He urges:that fund of not less.than 5000000. _.__ 8 67 P I 15>> P ..._._.. ...._..Port Orange-.-.. I.. cal,....___ I 23 al,..__
= Grind Condlm'I' 12 20 920 p 1:1S: P a Ar...._New myrna..L' a 22 pl' M p I 02 s 4" a
'f In obeying those In authority the dutiful Jury Union*.
1021 iiO21 a 444p 444 P Ar.__ Lake iielea.......Lr 1245 pI1245 P 605 P 606 p
La citizen .is in reality ,:obeying; Goo The St. Louif grand jur recommends no.- hekIMlrhghthed1G :089 a 11039 a 4 M P 4 Mil..' ...?.?Orange City ___ 12 35 p 6 P 6&9 P
{j} and advises each to be content with his that:'etepe' be taken3 to'enact laws covering fcmKt betwMB u Acoomte ud liiccuntt Arm. .0 45 a-10 46 a 6 W( II 6 00 P Orange City JunctionLv u 121O! P,12; 30 P,,6 40p I toi2i 4
'Cbame vtelr-dbcifa-Uwfel Cd a STEVENS_ s 930 p 46i,11 Sf a .. .Mew Smyrn.L' 112 PI p'"i62 a 4 $4 a
'- position in life., .. intimidation.extortion. and conspiracy Forty,. wan:upctteKcia. : UUad trU4 and __- 9 56 p 213 P ... >...._. Oak HU1L, 2.. p,............ 2 It a _...__ L
't ; Christian Endsavbr's Ctlebration.- 'In restraint of specific purpose of regulating the trades .>S.'ensTOIa, SHOTGUNS. Etc. i 80 aI-," a,,:==- ::=:: Ar.5&nford..L' 1120 a 20 ...__ == 4
The :Christian Endeavor society, of 2O _, ._.. __.
W : 1120 a 11 LT 1 San ford_ _.ArBocl 'SO a 8SO a
:{t 1 which"'the:Rev. Francis E.'> clark was union .The jury;finds1 that:the policy Ask yourdcalet aad. bnfat Send 4C catalog IB lump wag*for 140 =123 .1036 I P 248 P =1241p Lv...__Titusvflle_... ...Ar =208 P =2 69 p 141 a a .'
4 celebrated Its rf th! unions, referring especially to the CIA the Snvus. Ifyoo. th.CldlleSTftusU.pap ___ 11 17 P 3 21 P ...-___ "..._ Cocoa .. ...Lv 1.7 P ___ I 00 a___
. l I the founder twenty-fifth Trades Council caaaotobala.ciUpdi.receipt ProfuIeIUIulllared.aad _..1172 P 326 p ......_._ .. ..........Rockledge. .,__" 1 St p ........._ 12 64 a __
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15i anniversary on Feb 3. The.organiraa- Building that city. f ct.Kfry,7rtJ.uoa. contain points oa Shorting '.._. ...___ S S6 p 124 P II ._ ledge Hotels... .. 12& p 116 P _.-;..._ ,.__
' which he started at Portland Me. Is Illegal ,and subversive of personal afcttaliv P fc -.Ammunition,Etc. __ 12 00 Ilt 414 II ____ _..E&n Gallic...._" 12 41 P ...._._ 12 22 s ..__
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s Beauttaii llIIJee.col Almabum HaoKcr will be foc- .1212 a 4 21 P MeUx>urne_ 12 n p .1212 a __
;. .\ ; m. Congregational parsonage as a and'property' rights: Cases are specified warded tat toccata ia tumj _.._ Ii 68 a 4 69 II ...__ .. __ Sebastian __" 1160 a...__ 1Ill: P ..__
l local affair, has spread over the world where contractors have been sub .. 8TXTZB3 ASKS AND TOOL CO. ____ 145 s 644 p. .". ___.SL Luele...._ 11 01 a',..__ 10. P .
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a a 600 P S M P lon Pierce 10 M a U aa p1030 p1352 1
'" : until it claims the membership of more Jested: to needless ,expense_by unjusti- P.0.Bor4oy6CnrcornFaua.YAss. -.-- 223 a 620 p -...-... ..--Tlbbal1J 10 J2 a __ n P--
than 4500,000 sixty-nine different fable strikes';;and. by'the lawless, arbi- ,U.s.A. ____ 2 29 a 624 p _._. .". __.._Eden ......... 'M" 1011 a 1___ S U P _.__
cA 23rt a 629 II ._.._.. __Jensea ._ II 1015 a' __ 4 .1 p._
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:! l". countries and representing all denom- trary and foolish acts of labor unions. _;-.., 2 411 a 638 p ___ ...... _._.Stuart ____" 10 Ot al__ 1 11 p ..._
la The report aaya.that mechanics cannot -- lit a 7 01 p ___ ......._ Hobe Sound ....." j 18 .-- a )1
: ; inations. The organ of the society employmeni-without __ 183 a 721 p.._._ "_ .West Jnplter........" .11 aL., '__ 141 "Pr--'.....__
. get unions
, {: the Christian Endeavor World,of which joining Chamberlain'sCough 6 07 a 410 aI, 766 p 6 M p Ar_.. West Palm Beach.. S 50 s,IG IS e e .S pail, 00 p
that proprietor.cannot teach'his 460 510 LT.... .. .... .Lr ItO
{ Dr. Clark and the Rev. Amos B. Wells a own en a ,,1121 P P .. Palm Beach. al02& tOS p,,1000'
hI.-qn .27 a 600 851 p b 40 P _West Palm Beach_AI 115 ailO 00( a 111 p 10 26 p
; son a trade in shop; that contractors __ 628 'i 859 p.___ ".. .__Boynton___. 148 a ___ 1 I' _
.: must promise to;use material ___ 538 .! 908 p...___ .-...?_Delray_-. ?..." I as ',__ 1 OS p...__
'ii I __._ II 33 ,10 00 P --_ ". Fan Lauderdale.... 149 _,___ 08 P ___
?. I from only those favored by the union __ II 42 s'IC 09 Pr"--- "..._.... Danla__...,.." 142 1 ___ 4 00 p ..__
1 [ COMMERCIAL I i and that Investments are subject to ar- '___ 1M .'1020 p.___ .Hallandale..._"' 130 al".__ 141 p.__
conditions 720 1045 "...._ Lemon City__" 608 s...__ 6 21 p...__
1i ; tificial created by. the coun- 8SOa7SOa1065p725pAr_ Miami ..._ ..LTAr SWa815aS10p820p a
;;; : Hf4Ml4j V Cal Reads Mett '. __.10 SO a!__....... _._ Arj.! ,... Homestead _._ | Lv __ _._w 280 P _00_
Coal Drivers,Welt! M N.' f
i -fj _' .Presidents Baer of the .Reading, Wil- K Buffet Parlor Can on train 23,29,78,n. Buffet Sleeping Can on train$S, ii.28. $1 t
'J'-I' eox of the Delaware and Hudson. The Coal Drivers union,of N" York I Dally except Sunday.

; f Truesdaleof .the'Lackawanna,' Fowler: numbering\2, 00,".decided; to: go on CONDENSED SCHEDULE BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND ST. ACGCSTINB

f r of the Newark, Ontario and Western, strike !f I the Merchants' association
Na 23* I. 27t I. 2it 10. 37"Na 36ttNo. $9i!Na No. l6
it.tt Thomas ot the Lehlgb Valley and Kelly would not'advance e :wages to $13, S15 SOUtHBOUSD. 43'NtljN:
\ J Df the Lehigb Coal and Navigation company and $11 a .week< Jor, one.'two and three 1 Dairy Dslly DaU, Dally EI.II''IE1.1I. Dilly Dally 0111J Ei Via

i .- met at New 'York: ;.to decide on horse wagons'respectively and recognIze Lv Jacksonville 8 00 a 900.a 1120 s 110 P 2 &0 11I300 490 820 880 14500p .
1 {a. a their course of action at the conferencewith the union-in. the establishment of a Remedy rSL Augustine 900( a,10,, 00 a 10 SO .210 P .60 PI' 400 680 920 8 SO' 1)1000 P

.f .1 the miners".'representatives on scale. NORTHBOUND No. 7N lo.30t No. 7at'I. 44i Na.a Z.IN I 18eN"; 28t'1..l8tl.. 62 'Na 16a '

, admitted that the coal Dally DaUr O Dill) Dally DaD Dell" I Oslly
I$ Feb. 15.. It was The Children's Favorite Nr I I& is iEL tun I. 3sLv .

. )tt carrying railroads and the operators I POLITICAL" I '-CUBES- 81. Augustine 4 40 P 1110 62 p i2i j; 1110 all to e 10 740.J.20 165.
Coughs Colds
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; t= BOW have inpreserve 86,000,000 tons,of Croup Ar Jacksonville- to P 7 10 P 7 SO pll10 p'12 10 p12' to p 7 to 140 9 20 a. 8 ba
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: coal !The average summer consumption :, \ ;. Whooping Cough. Trains composed exclusively of Pullman or Parlor Cars and extra seat fare will be charged.
. If: of anthracite Is 2.000,000 tons afio. Pennsylvania ItUtiranef Graft This remedy if famou for its cares over t Day coaches operated on these trains on which no extra or teat Care Is charged.

I: month and. the average winter eon- The report or.the'legislative insurance al awn*ra be pan depended of the cifUUcd upon It world.contains It can no j I No. 17

iumption' 8,000.000 tons *> Investigation committee:was submitted opium or other karafal drag and may be No. e3 211No. 19' Dally No. 18 No. 10 N.. U
: iTe&aseond SUD. 8UD. X.7por& Branch
:; : ( BUyto.abatiyastoaoad ll \ I' Dally Ea. D ally I San
. Uw secret Oat to the Pennsylvania legislature, Price 25 eta; Larva Size 50 eta. \ Only SUD. Daily

f i t Boston Herald reports that the and the attention of Governor 'Penny- 200 p,10, 10 'i 600 P 815 a Ly.JacklOnvlUe._At. 730 &11230 P 63O P ==
: Tbe 2 to P 50 a 6 40 P 854 a Ar..._F'ablo Beach.._.' 650 all 50 I 50 p __
1C basis of Thomas W. Lawson's bear packer and his attorney general was 2 4S p 10 55 a I 615 p': 8 59 a _....Atlantic Beach-- 645 alII' 45 s I. t5 P __ t
gip- Campaign on the copper market Is the called to the testimony. which Is believed KILLTHI COUCH 800 p'n 10 a 7 00 pi 915 a ---Mlypon_._.._.Ly II SO .1130' a 30 p __

:;j, discovery made by Dr. Alexander to be sufficient'for a successful LUNt.8 PEN1NSUU8: AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI s

?: Shells a chemist of Glasgow, Scotland, criminal prosecution former Commissioners AND CURE THE t

of Insurance Loper, Lambert Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of tile P. & 0. S. S. Coatpaay for

manufacture Durham ;and their subordinatesfor WITH
Dr1King'sHaw Havana Key West and Nassau.
2 cents a pound. Although the process having received the.actuary's fees. ,

Is not known. It Is said that the basis Especially during Durham's administration Three Sailings Each Week. 4

w'.? .f It Is low grade iron ore. attention is called to the payment Discovery Trains discharge passengers at ship's side. No traniftr $
Mr. Lawsoa hap been touring the of large sums( to dummy. employees. -
Radical changes in the methods rONSUMPTIONOUfiHSaM Price50c$1.00 These Time Tables show the times at which trains may be expected to arrive at sad depart I
Country his private car and endeavoring from She several stations but their arrival or departure at the times stated la not cuaranieed
to arrange with Governors Cummins of conducting the insurance depart FOR. sorts this Company be held responsible for any delays or any consequences arising therefrom.
e' ment are recommended' to the legislature. 1LBS Fret Trial. t
of Iowa. Johnson of Minnesota For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information t
; Browwd of Florida, uAttornel.Gen. .' It wu; shown that Durham'sman Surest and Quickest) Cure for all "
s Erb, had drawn at;least 141.000 I THBOlT sad LUNG "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
&,: eral t'Moanett.of.. ,Ohio And;;;SeDator .La'Follette TROUB.L118
f of Wisconsin act as a'eom- In actual 'feesand over $17.000. for I\ or ROUT BAOL J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen'I Pass. At., ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.

';. mlttee_ to receive proxies of the'New mythical services.

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sad :.w..qo:1 w,:Mrs.: 8arah... OabloPDefhlteepeJeN .' The'music CLOTBINO- BOUSK ON EAST COAST 07YWUIDAComplete
"f, :- bore. _they'joined the army and left the people<<; were present was by LARGEST UP-TO-DATE.
? '< Y.i hero arrived_(. ir the TituaviHe! orchestra four piece. Tieppper
following day forCotumboerOhio, ;, The everything that and boys wear
of men
; line
:iJR ;._,.... aeliottridt'b'theirlnter.reiidence. .' wee .
served -in the Pagoda. A
? --tit...?..:.. many friends regret:very.mach indeedseithem to _
:' ;; We sell the bfst'that money can bay
-ifi :*former.. 'number pf small tables were laid
; t go..;Ke ra. ,Own..and. BCJ4ae, larjte '
J.; 'TbeIteet farrmJ-at.: Hotel' Indiano have only .been':here a abort time from in this commodious building which is capable All goods mark d in plain figures, strictly one price to all3xAxx
T t
ti7'. \ ire II. ;:.'Robert. "Morrej-',. of Atwonia, O3ir .;; Ky.:and.their jolly ways has won"the of seating x'hundred people.. The,I :. oB.DmRs: A >BPnCIBLJAMls : : X't
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7 mot' John ',Wed,'' Mrs Ann,Wert"sr many::frienda.. Pagoda and the various buildings con !

f .k'[i :.- on,of Verona: Ohio :Mr+.8chojkrb .?111> > prising the institute.were beautifully decorated -
.
W M.BBOWN;Ylee-Pre Jdeat
"filr'' '.been. kept,buay,..all eeaaon' 5: f Good looks. bring happiness. Friends< with vines, flowers, ferns, Chine PBITCHAED. President.WINSTON"S.BBANSINO. Cashier.. "

:.:i'{;;. .. ; .. '' ;x-f.,' ears more ,for na when we meet \hem and Japanese lanterns, colored lights,etc. I '
,OKORQIA1TA. 1': *.. with:a "clean'smiling face, bright' eysparkling
with, health, which comes I by It was a scene .well worth viewing; the RIVER STATE BANK I :
of INDIAN
Bond Cbiiagoie
.'Mid Belle est < taking Holliater's Rocky Mountain Tea. many bright uniforms of the men and the ,

f- :: id this.!'week. ,She will>.ire gladly>: we.eomed 35 cents. Ask.your druggist., beautiful costumes of the ladies makit, Ii

( -,by her"many. friegde liere.* scene of beauty seldom Been on India COUNTY DEJOSI'I'ORY.
>> <
I Mr. B. ')L Lee took quite a little piy "; ssTza i.A' river out of the<< large'points of ioteree Authorised Capital.__._.-$100,000.00 t.

' :ill" *. ,' round._the 'Wind' to Oceanna'Bee We.received. a pletcall from Re,. Col. and'Mrs.'owler.Iere perfect b08t Average Paid op Capital.-t Deposits.__________ 23000.00,000.00 .

: ,1'\, con Monday. 'Mra.; Lee ,Mra.. EngliaJlueea Mr. Walker last week. and hostess. TBAN8ACT8 A J

v Charlotte. and. Emily.Bond and Charlie Buehler epent'a week huntu -, -----. .
is Self Der.... General Banking Business.
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: : little. filed and, Emily Bond., All report in the Thousand Islands. .

I fi1..w ii" s' .. '**ery.pies day. -' Cot and ,JIlL Hogan were pleasai Constitutionalist Major Hamm,editor, ,Eminence and managerof, Ky., whe'he Largest and Oldest j, q ,' I t

"..r ", Everyone tray glad to meet Bra Han callers It'Mrs.. Tnten's Sunday.afternoo: he was fiercely attacked, four years agi Bank on the Hirer.
a will by piles, bun rht a box of.BucklMi's Ar.; 'Exchange Bought and Sold on All t
complete
:FitI'ft?-?- last .8w dai. -He. preacbed .i good se This week ,_orange 1 -
S nica Salve of.twhictt' he says: "It cure Foreign Countries. .
. "Vfofeo- *.* mon'to.a good congregation: .of aoodi.1t pe shipping' for this'season from this plao me in'.ten 'dayBand no trouble, since." Patronage appreciated. Prompt service, I

:: > .pie and the collection was also good, vei Mr.:and :Mrs. 0.' Roach.of Vero a Quickest'.healer burns, som,. cuts and polite treatment and every favorcon&Utoat '

;: .> 'good Indeed. The.new minister is entir on a visit to their parents, Mr. and MiTuten. wounds.. 25c.. ..at. Red Cross Pharmacy\. with conservative CORRESPONDENTS banking ranted..
MM B M* :
I ,-.,,::. ly" satisfactoryfMnlberry.. PoweU't w t New Hunting Camp;Drifta- Empire Trust Company, N. Y.. Florida
r : <, 'trees.are leaving out fad MIL Hunter and grand daughte, Bank 4 Trust Company,JackaonvilleFla.TITUSVILLE. I

t { .. and soon:our. good.people trill live iabondanoa' Bertha, Is'ywtlDi. her daughter. Mr GaaM Jo turkey abundance; duck and; deer quail and 20 to fobontinfi 2 FLORIDA.

.,*-'f%1>-'. of berries.. Tbillberrielll8' TO&eD. .* covies are often flushed in'one day; coo l

i ';'. : 'very fl ne 'as,most of the trees are in ga Miss Vida King, of'Vero, Is visitir and 'possum hunt; ample acoommodi

::%: .Mien plots where they are well fed, colt" her cousin, Miss Mattie Tuten, seven tions; goodtents; board floors; KinJ SCREENSFor
heaters and excellent cooks; l11idt'l.aOll
watered and is'H
if vested and mulberry jelly
'" : '_ lays this week. irans.;.Write. Mr: H. H. Powell, DnftoD.FIL .
,,. ,' r\ J'I. th oorgood. how' I Mrs. R. R Stewart and family of '
er '
; :? .Drives.Mr. Drifton is located on the Seabnard AirLine
: j'.
relatives here two
I -; -c. r Brantly were visiting Railway, 136 miles west of Jackson. doors and windows
JI'flY"
; Taylor and friend Mr. Powe
: Cap
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lays last week. rille. Double daily train service.

'..e&omed.WeclDtedaJ. to WashingtoJuving '. Mr. John Vogel, of New.York is ei w covered with any wire...

bad a very pleasant vacation oying: a visit to Palm Beach this woolsaving ; B. L. MOTLO"VV .

I /' 'They aught:eleven trout day .whit Saturday. EAST COAST LUMBER &.SUPPLY CO.,
,
I ; gout: fishing with Mr.. L. A. Peck. They
SC>, hope! to return next winter.and spend a Mr. Copeland and family of DeSoto, Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material

:! F : tnonth hunting and-fishing. ;Mrs. Tayloremains pent two days with Mr. and Mn!. Eau Gallle Florida '
.,
:','
> Chandler this week. .
. with her mother for some .week .
( '' flongen We are pleased to note that Mrs. Ho 1.B.WALKER. B. B. MACS 0

I' : Grandma Monson celebrated her PO.; who has not been well.at all lately, is WALKER & CO. ;
JOHN R.
.eightieth birthday on Monday,the 19tb mach improved in health. ,

"f abe received many beautiful flowers A most enjoyable time was had at tbe

,;# many dainty and useful gifts and. ala lance Saturday evening, Besides tbe Titusville Fla..

vv': < jjstany letters .from friends and relative) home folks the Quartermans, Mr. Burnt. F

T': In the north. She received her friends al' rife, mother and sister, of Canaveral;

'f" ,..i:: .y from nine a. m. till five o'clock and and Messrs. C. D. Stewart, C. S. Stewart, IN DRY GOODS I

!;\ '..; '.' .'%er sitting room was quite a bower: Frank Talon and Miss Annie Stewart, ,

iroeea, violets,jaasamine, carnations, etafa ot Brantly were present. Many thanks

ns There will be'a social at the home of are due Mr. Copeland and MissStewar rAsN CLOTHING
I
excellent music furnished 01
tor the
the Misses Bond, on' Saturday, for the : Fine Liquors, Wines Beers
,
,iolin and organ. Hope the event will be .
benefit .of the church. Beautiful littler Ales Stout, Etc. .
,- silk.bags have been sent to everyone in repeated at no distant day.
TTUSVILLE and COCOA FLORIDA GENTS'
e' and into these apennyfoiach FORHISUGS
town goes
Methusala was all right, you bet 85&Send me your orders t
<'. year of one's life-this is a' birthday For a good old soul was he, .

17 :: ociaL We know 'eeveral in our little They say he would be living yet,
-village who will put in one hundred Had he taken Rocky Mountain Tea SHOES

;: pennies although we feel quite sure they Ask your druggist ,

F ,are very. far from that age-but as it all BAD GAIXIK.

..goes to the church they will be quite Cloudy weather for the past week.

?: MIldly forgiven Mrs. Lewis, of Birmingham, Alabama,, MILLINERY

Mrs. F. Caaa Allen, of Daytona Beach, leA for her home last week. tY

came down Saturday and spent Sunday The Misses MimI, of Bonaventnre, are

sand Monday with her mother, Mrs. M. ie guests of Dr. Sarah C. Hodgson this FURNITUREI


:3 better known as "Baby"AileD., came
Eau Gallie'sll1est8 are having a good
.down with her to help celebrate Grand .
time fishing, shooting and sailing Inda ..
ma's birthday, and when Tuesday morning river. -

came he openly rebelled against returning We want your patronage.Our .
Miss Susie Carter, of Melbourne, "'asthe .
( to Daytona, declaring that"Gtorgiana's Fires usually do occur in the wee sma'
guest of Col. and Mrs. Perry last aim is to please YOU.
for little .
the beetest place
rt:: hoars when everyone is wrapped in slum.ber.

.:a boys any .ay.'And every one in the eek. But why haven't yon aFIRE New Up-to-Date Goods in
every
-bouse quite agreed with the little fellow. Bunting was displayed at various pointsi OSDBAICE

I Eau Gallic on'the 22nd inst, Washing. policy?' Some time ago you said you Line.
'-.. A Mystery golvvd in'a Birthday. paid think the matter over. Are yonstill
"How'to teep'oJrperiodic attacks of thinking, ? Better come to a decision Mail orders receive prompt and
Miami
from
returned
: Dr. C. C. Booth The season of overheated
'biliousness and habitual constipation was rettysoon.
:.A mystery that Dr. King's New Life Pills on Saturday last. He made the trip iDbia Chimney flues is here and your house is careful attention.

solved for roe," writes John N..Pleasant, launch Carlos. no more fireproof than your neighbor's.

:? ctf Magnolia,. lad The only pills that Dr. Sarah C. Hodgson will entertain on PERCY G. W WALTON
'
; guaranteed io everybody or to give money perfect'refunded.satisfaction Only Friday of this .week, at her residence. Successor to Morgan & Walton, JOHN R. WALKER & CO. Titaille Fla.

A Pinewood Lodge. TmBVILU, FLORIDA.
R :.:26c 1&\ Bed Cross Pharmacy.

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