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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: April 13, 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: UF00075901:00360
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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',....J'..;... ",.' i 'o i...>...\c'%"!'!" ",<'AIDB BOIDBRTS !:ii.price.;etG: ;:Y+fnir;"irlieu 1fe .84..1 i .;; | -' ., from one of the most' f fashionable tailors AND' PERSONALS { -

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';' ? ":" +">i"7"'i" A -* "* .'- *"Hip-V week ttoaaofooregaLr: pricesjitat Town CODndt of the town of TUnsvifle elsewhere.. Something About the People of Titus. Y _

vg 1 : t. like, the. goodi hare:ro aed.y.This: is< met in:regular session.Tuesday'j Apr. 3rd, I Gray overplaid, made of manish' material illle as They Come and'Go -,.

'I5".w,,: "" sot marked down rule;but our reg-- members present Messrs. Branning, ,. Bra- handsomely tailored, worth '$3'00.at .

a y"k.f*.*';;\0/ i ulcer Pri* /:When.we'do .makes ,cut d hr ndPritchirdjB.: : R. Wilson; mayor; a special price of$5.98' all sizes.. V

.!t<' BUS t FiCiDr'.GOSSIPYaF : : ytiit' .b S ab1!tncgaitse it, .N.. .Waller, marshal; J.-D: Ennis;clerk. Also':one lot glade of cream serge, circular MATTERS OF SOME INTEREST V.

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Deeper yard cents. approved..
;:. ltl.! .ibeot, People! that 1 Danish dotfi,In-all the shades- ,, regular l :VCommuniiations-A letter from Mr., worth 17.50' special price' of $5.49. all Little Happenings That Help to Male '

";l'J., if''Ih.1, ; r &udTbere11p8eler ', J price per'yardj IB eenUte iobertH Weeks, in regard 'to,a :-cop.o ekes. t 4A,
".(4', ;;?* y.. .1111I1IIII. ,. ? Up the Weekly Heispaper
..4t,"}./.i.k':\l,' "r 11".. f !t' ": )- '. .. Ftorodora batwte, J Iarge variety,>of" pat the New' 'Smyrna Booklet- was read. One lot made of white brilliantiue,with -.- -

.. '-t"'J..h: ,Gallons' ; Wears Longer" 1 Devoe..' terns/regular price per yard 12J;cents.Walmont .: :,Mr. 0 ){. Robbins appeared before pleats anti tucks, worth l8.oo'at a speca Mr. L. W. Doolittle returned from.

: ck JKX&f: Schnyler, of Jensen, laiD batiste large variety ..of.pat the council and pve"aOl interesting talk price of$5.98. Atlanta Friday night of last week.

:! } }}.toWD:fora day.. or&.. t. terns. ,'regular_price per yard 8"cents., ID behalf of the city. dock extension and Also one lot made of. navy blue panama Fippen Adams, the piano tuner will

;$'. t, c.--'Local-;\ and; 'state 'news On-'all. .. pages'this Holly batiste,.large 'variety of patterns.v clt'dr. inag ,' circular' gores with folds on the visit Titnsville during the present month. '

reek'exoept' 7.4Bevv regular price' per yard 15, cents.. i A motion.was made to receive sealed bottom, special price of $5.00. Leave your orders at the Indian River.
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iWxV -" '. .. batiste bids extend Allover Irish lace neat and Music House.
the dock ,
: : Stella large variety of patterns., to city 92 feet witha very
BeJI" of Kisammee'J*amved'e&o .
W<,; ..t "h-r(. -\terday ,on: a visit, to Mr;and Mrs. Hansell. regular) :price per yard 10-cents. bulkhead 1 12x30, feet! bids. to be received dainty designs, worth 98 cents per yard, T. N. Decker completed the yacht club iqr
i.Tr't> at special price of 49 cents. building Wednesday and expects to go to 't
; Dotted swiss muslins, all shades, regular by the town clerk on or before April a -
.J. 'Miss JeannetteWileou. : returned home where he has
.. Jupiter work for several ,
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15 cents. 10thr1906 also to receive bids on repair- Allover oriental lace, worth, $1.50 per
,;rkf:;1-: ..o; Tuesday'.:from her, visit with relatives in price per yard months. ,
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"'l">;\- 'fi 'if 5lm.,...*...."T..?- -'ii\'f;f., >, Voile.mousBeline,' large variety of pat. fog the old part of the city dock, plans yard, special 98 cents. Mrs T. Blake Walker arrived i'

t < r :MrWhlt.; Kirby;of West.Palm Beach, terns, regular price Per'ya/d 13}'cents. \ and specifications to be found With city Allover embroideries' ranging in price afternoon from St. Augustine for Sunday a visit .
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ri" .r' ,:'11; spending his vacationwittt J. CL Osban, ,. Violet duck,1 white, navy and tan.,regu clerk. Motion;carried.', from 59 cents to $2.00 a yard. with her father and mother Cant, and

::li of LaGrange; > tar price per yard'15 cents. Whereas, the ladies of the ProgressiveCulture Ginghams-We have :just received Mrs. Jas. Pritchfcrd. V z V

1/ Mr>G; F. Enaeyof Tropic, was i n A. F.d Ginghams, regular. price Perlan1lsI' club have interested. ',themselves about 50 new pieces, the 'famous Toil du Perhaps yon need a bracer-something r&

# > town'Taeeday.. See his announcement. cents. : in the drainage of the ponds and the sanitary Nord, handsome designs especially good that will give you energy, life and ambi- ti

44z: j' this! >,week.for,tax.assessor.JL : Figured cballies; limit quantity, reg. condition of the'town and have solicited for childrens dresses and shirt waist suits, tion. A sO l.8tiontryV.. HARPER
whiskey. Sold R. L
$j son was born to Mr._and Mrs. G>rent nlarprice'per yard JB cents. and obtained, quite a large subscription special price 121 cents per yard. A. Lesley. by ; Motlowand. F.

{ G Strohm; ; of West Palm Beach,.'Thursday :Mercerized, zephyrs, good ,selection, 'for that purpose now"therefore, Figured; batistes in nice.beautiful designs -Li
evening,'April 5th,'1906. Contractor Hall completed the moving
v Be it Resolved 'that some worth 20 and 25 cents
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""' regular price per yard 35 cents. street committee per of the Walker cottage across Main street .

"-flL., Tbomae''J. Murray, ,of' N Smyrna, Violet chiffon in all the shades, regular proceed at once to get a competent surveyor yard, you can take your choice Mondayfor from the north to the south side of the '. ) .'

"?\f.'f': 1 recently' sold to.James. N. Gamble Creek., a price per yard 80 cents.,, to rnn the proper lines and furnish 15 cents. street Tuesday.,This was the building ?
at
Spruce
orangegrove
-ji' ;; Ii } furty4kxe'vMr8T: % Now'we could goon but the.above will he necessary estimates to have the work Misses oxfords, ranging in sizes from formerly owned by Mr Kent. k
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: Mi Brown went to Winter
.;< f Park last week to visit her daughter, Miss give you an idea. We invite inspectionand properly done, and report.'at the next 2}' to 6, made in the Gibson tie, with Mrs. G. 'M. Robbing accompanied by

tlf'.9. ,'Louise;;who'was,'confirmed
,w. 'iI.' ,' .ay:,'., week 10 per cent off from any of the of filling same with palmetto fibre or patent leather tip. spring heel, worth Master Rufus Robbins is attending, Rol < ,
:fy *"Meeere.'Ftank .M. .w"d W. C. J 12.00'for $1.59.Ladies' 1'tV
; f prices made above. ASK FOR IT! SAnd. lins College, returning home Tuesday. r
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x ;Peterson of Canaveral, were in, town of J. N.. Waller common sense oxfords, madeof r
marshal and
Faithfully Reports Rev.
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1 '5 the of ,the'week and called at THE yours and,, Mrs. Milledge Walker expect t b,
.:.....' .,.Bus;oat ;*, JOI.IN'R.: WALKER & CO.. collector and J., D. Ennis, clerk and treasurer best quality of, vici kid, turned sole', to leave for their home in Connecticut t

\'H' >", ," ;. were read and on motion the,, same worth $2.00 fot $1.49, all sizes.* about the 25th inst. Evening/ serviceat .
f The regular monthly 'meeting of the Extract Works to Start Up Boom were approved. Children's white canvas oxfords, madein St. Gabriels .church Sunday next,. ,
ct members of the Indian River Yacht club Easter Sundays by Mr.Walker, at 730.
::_;; ,lwiU..".held. this Friday evening the The Florida Extract Works is expected I. Bills were examined' and approved and the blucher style, sizes 5s to 8s,.98 yt '

'office of Mr. O. M. Bobbins. ; to start operations again'in about two warrants ordered to be drawn as follows:* cents; 9a to 2s, $1.25. CLOSING OUT STOCK _,

: 'Married-Oa- Sunday night, April 8th, weeks' time. 'This plant has been shutdown GENERAL FUNDT. White mercerized linen table cloth. 65 '
t Mr J.W. Peacock and Miss Sallie Herndon inches wide worth With a view of closing out '
$100
for two months for the purpose Elec Light Co., street lights_____ 7500E. per yard, spec- ; my
Notary Public F. J. Webb performedthe of making repairs to ,the machinery, L. Brady &: Bro.,horse feecL___ 10.39 ial 69 cents. merchandise, I will reduce prices ten

marriage ceremony.' furnace etc,, all of which will soon be 0. A. Stewart, office rent___________ 3.00 Also large sized napkins to match, 98 to fifty percent, beginning Mon-

.N Mrs.* G. E. Eady is spending a few completed. Ennis&: Fort, blacksmith,work _____ 1.45 cents per dozen. day, April 16th, and continuing for
this week with her husband at '
y days Jensen. Mr. Eady- will soon return to The management of the plant has been J. D.Ennis, clerk's salary March____ 5.00 Special price in ribbons, in plain colors two weeks. S.K. Watts,

z Titusville for the summer. turned over to Mr. W. S. Branning, J. D. Ennia, fees on costs ____________ 5.00J. also in Dresden ribbons. Eau Gallic, Florida 6yt1

N. Waller,marshal's salary______ 50.00
Mail orders promptly filled on of
cashier of'the Indian'River State bank any k
Rev. W. F. Allen will preach at Cocoa ______* _
'" J. N. Waller sanitary -, 32.00J. Yields to His Friends' Wishes
.it next Sunday; Apr. 15th, at 11 a. m. and who will look closely after the details, the above goods. et
N. Waller fees cost ___________ 5.00
on
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Jcurs KLINE
t: r,, 1:30 p. m. The morning service! will bean reducing the expense of running when. Titusville, Fla., Apr. 11th, 1906.
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J' Easter service. All invIted.'lii The Florida Star pub. tax notice _____ 3.20 Titnsville Fla. r
s. are ever it is possible! in order to make samea E.'C. Advocate, local advertising ___.. 2.70 Editor of The Florida Star: b

: We meet all competition in the, fnrni; well paying institution Mr.Geo. W. East Coast Lumber&: Sap Co, lumber .53 Eggs For Batching The: pressure from the public is too .
Hanford will have the strong. I am satisfied to stand for county
.tare line. pay the freight on all orders, superintendency Total__________.____________ 1&27 Single Comb White Leghorns, from my treasurer. I do'not want it, but I yield R :
;-4 guarantee our goods to give satisfaction, of the plant, V and Mr. S. F. Gray, who
best at $1.00 15. wishes to the .
mating, public P
INTEREST FUNDL per my request.
t and have the most up-SO.dace line to has been in the room for
,, pan ep many
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F. H. BLACK Yours JOHN HEKBY.New .
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., elect, .from that 'was ever shown on the years past, will look after that import R.S. Bank interest on warrants____$ 14 86 Florida. truly, )
Sharpes
-: 'Indian river. ant part of the works.SPECIAL. ,
Furniture Co. Cocoa Fla. Total .-. I 208.13 Railway Schedule '
JtJ -' { Cocoa ., -------------------- --- For Sale

PRICES Board adjourned to meet Tuesday Commencing Tuesday, April 10th, new

.. -.V, V FOR SALE In KlineV Gents' Furnishingand April 10th, at 7 p. m. : Bay horse in fine condition, or will ex- schedule went into effect on the F. E. C. a
change for pair of small young mules, or railway. Southbound main line trains I ,,
'I .' ,, My: store rty'.J merchandise Clothing Departments horses suitable for grove work. Will pay now arrive at Titusville at 3:40 p. m. and ,

::J for __f_. A good opportunitylot Hanan's shoes, in the latest styles, Pat- Town council met Apnl 10th, members cash difference. GEO GL\LEAS, 11.51 p. m.; northbound at 2:30 p. m. and 1
'. in present, Messrs. Rollins, chairman, and Rockledge, Florida. 3:00 a. m. We now have double daily '
some man to engage a gener- ent leather, vici kids, and Russia calf
Sanford
service to the train leaves here ,
Branning, Pritchard and Stewart; B. R. :
If i "al merchandise business tan oxfords, special price of$5.00. Weather'Eeport at 9 a. m. mixed, and returns at 2:25: passenger r ;
t. Wilson J. N. Waller marshal
mayor; l
S.K. Watts, Blue serge coats, made of an excellent ; leaving for Sanford again at 3:45p. .. i
.' i Eau Gallic, Florida. and J. D. Ennis clerk. SUMMARY FOB :MARCH BY BET. JAB. H. m. passenger, returning here at 9 p. m. 1 r
quality of serge, cut in the latest style, Second readinjt'of, ordinance'granting WHITE. V.8. WEATHER OBSBBVEE. mixed. By this arrangement close con- rf= E:

5. 8HILOB. worth $7.50 special price of $4.08. G. L. Mandaville a right to erect a tele- Highest temperature on the 14th 81.0; nection is made at Sanford with trains on .. t :,V w
'Mens Sicilian coats, shiny quality, lowest temperature on the 21th, 42 0. the Atlantic Coast Line. 'IJ"t f r
;\ V phone system in the town of Titnsville
small
Mr. Arthur Jackson took a party .
Mean for the month,6q.l
of temperature 1
< worth $5 00 special price $3.98, all ; -,
y V to Cocoa last Thursday!returning Friday. sizes. was taken up, ordinance was read and on average mean for 25 years 67 8; highestmean CLIFTON .. '.

k'-V ,Mrs. J. N. Mosbey and family spent motion was approved for 25 years in 1897, 71.6; lowest .
if::,. V Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Griffis. Boy's wash knee pants, in endless Bids for extension of city dock and re mean for 25 years in 1859, 64.3; rainfall in Mr.: R. L. Ragin attended the dance v 'itJ; ,

:w. ;,. ;: : Mr. R. A. Bobhitt returned Monday varieties of colors, splendidly made, sizes pair on old part were read. The bid fromM. inches 1.20; average for 29 years 2.22; in Shiloh Friday evening.. )} r'.:

k after a while in Titnsville andjtVVVV from 3 to 16, 29 cents per pair. greatest for 29 years in 1873 9.74; least Messrs. Bally, Ragin and Giddings f4 ;
visiting M. Ramsey, for $200, was the lowest,, in 1896 0.20.
Cocoa. We will also have'on sale about 50 new for 29 years, .visited friends in Clifton Saturday even ;,mit .:,.
: V and a motion to accept same with a bond Prevailing direction of wind northeast. '
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Mr. Geo.. Harmon has moved his Ins. ,
of men's in
styles 'suitsranging price
Number of clear days, 19 number of 's4
'.family from the cottage of :Mr. J. W. for $:200 was carried.J. ; Miss Nell Watton expects to spend i
rit
$18 00. 7 number of cloudy days 5 ,
to fair ,
from $11.00
k ,; Griffis to Mr. David HotcbiD n's place N. Waller Appointed to oversee number days,of; with rain 5. Number Easter with her cousin, Mrs. S. E. Rice, '
Mail orders promptly filled of: days ', '
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any in Titusville. ;
the river. ,
oi: Dear said work and that it is done according to of days with thunder, 1. S-H. }
1" Mr. and Mrs. 'w. C. Carpenter and i the above goods. plans and specifications. 'Island Home, Merritts Island, Fla. The many friends of Mr. A. Jensen 1- >:
,;! little Leroy, of Osteen came over; Jcurs KLIXE,
; : son regret his departure Saturday last but
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Titnsville Florida. A. Stewart and D. B. Pritchard are
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last week! for a few days' visit with Mr. hope to see him back next winter. V
; tions law at an election to
by ,
and Mrs! J.',W. Griffis and Mr. and Mrs appointed a committee of two to make prescribed
!J-? ": ":1": Jerry, Griffis. NOTICE TO COHTOACTORSSuperintendent's contract, accept bond and do what is necessary be held on the 22nd day of May, 1906, Mr. Bert Watton has just finished his ,. J' :
,t!Ze. number of folks from. and the mayor is hereby directed to issue pretty little motor boat, and is: now putting + i
p. _- _'".. Shilob and r Oak Hill enjoyed: a ,very Board of Public Instruction, repaired.A his proclamation in accordance herewith, cousin, Wallace Crook.

,;;;: pleasant dance given by Miss Mayme Titnsville, Fla., April 10th, 1906. motion was carried to have Ennis & prescribing the place and manner of hold. VV ., ,
Music fur Mr. Hatninie Xaninan tooka crowd
evening. over
was
Jf Taylor Friday (
;;;#t ''. Dished by Messrs. Mitchell and RaginIMr. Bids will be received by the undersigned Fort build a wagon on terms submitted ing said election, and the persons 'by in his fine launch to tile ocean beach Sun f 'ate i I
,: : up to noon of Monday May 7th, 1906, by council.Be whom it shall be conducted, and that he day. The weather was perfect and after ,sir' "
} and Mrs. J. D. Ennis and baby,, for the erection of an addition to the Cocoa publish said proclamation in a newspaper gathering shells a picnic dinner was +
.' from Titnsville Saturday it resolved, by the town council of I
: Vivian, came up School .
Hiiih building.Specificationaand spread, which was enjoyed by all. Those
". in said of Titusville for.. 4t
, '; Mr. Ennis Sunday leaving3Irs. the of Titusville that the published town
returning town
.' question
information can be present were Mr. H. Xamoan, Mr. H. .. ,
::', : Ennis and the baby on a visit to had from Dr. W. L. Hugblett, Cocoa; R. of issuing bonds to the amount of$5,000, four consecutive weeks next preceding : Michelson, Mrs. F. Watton, Misses 1..

1.f- \ to Mr. and Mrs. .J. A. Taylor and family. E. Dime, chairman Bonaventure, and the proceeds of the sale of said bonds to I the holding of said election.Passed Florenceand Nell Watton and the Messrs. l'

,, the county superintendent,.at Titusville be in the indebtedness in open council at a regular Watton. '
; I DRY GOODS SHOES. The board the expended refunding present -
FURNITURE reserves right to reject of 1906. .
meeting this 10th day April,
of the ,
town at lower of
a rate
and all bids. WANTED
: .- .1 have fifty picture any
B. R. WILSOX .
V' :frames made to fit 16 Jon R. W ALDB, interest, not to exceed 5 per .cent, and Approved: Mayor.E.
Small located Florida
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r ;-j\ .:,. by 20 or 16 by 19 pic Secretary and County Snpt. improving the town under direction of E. ROLLINS, Chairman, property,conveniently city or country, price must be +, t:

'j ., tore Bring in your the town council, be submitted to the J. D. Esxw, Clerk. ; reasonable. Would be interested in fruit k. l
: i: picture; I'll frame it. FOB BALK CHEAP POE CASH. There being, no further business, the would .. t{ f
. ; electors of the town having the qaali ca. growing, cannery, fishery, or purchase t f
V i..* ,y V Easter eggs, dyes, chicb, rabbitsG About 88 acres of good: high land on board adjourned to meet the first Tues a part or entire interest in any well ....,

':Y :. .! Cltse.A.GardnerTituavrlleFlorida.. the east or ocean aide of the. Indian riverat SAIL LOFT AND GUN REPAIR SHOP day in May. paying business, general store or hotel *

RJ"i", ,..-t., the Narrows, described as follows: Lo I property preferred. J. T. FLOCBXOT, '}t ;
r F- I Strawberries For Sale No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section Yacht sails and launch i awnings made P. 0. box 531, Johnston, Pa. 1
STOCK FOR SALE.
Send your, orders for the finest strawberries 36,'in township 31 oath, range 39 east. up in first class style, mildew proofed if NURSERY t_ v \.
-. .. '.+-. .' : that can be grown on the East This land is unimproved.hot finely lo desired. Also guns stocked and shot Citrus stock grown on nigh pine land. Call at Titnsville Livery at rear of
i'\' '4\ '.'Coast to R. A. Oonkling, Tillman, Fla. cated. For. further particulars address guns. rebored. Indian River Nurseries, established 1836. Robbing' law office, for stylish rig,. i
'1"':: Mail orders will receive prompt attention. E. M. Low Hun BKXXCKZ, Send for catalogue, Toledo and West t I!.eavP-Jour orders for hauling, both dou- V t
1i<" I.' ,:.- Brockton, Mass. .. :Titanil. Fla. I,Palm Beach, Fla.N 1 J. !1.O ban, proprietor. .
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..:."' ""' pager 834 to 862: antalcthe conditions the" is >, and WM Pain. r
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free circulation of the Blood, giving
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< America; from page 802.to 'BEST
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<. .\..- J.; !" p'7tUI' 'Of Qacegliaeth's! .lei. ." n'rhtrlf .. .... Thomas andean Candish,'after>which' Thomas must be takenas
smatllafeJ whkk I1a'beea'1D ,,,- : SCIATIC RHEUMATISMMrs.
{ ; \ ;copy;: my Flrilen YOyage Chidjey .'and,Candish.TbJbi nourishment; a food CURED
: ;possession.many years .aeema to havg .
;; : : rather than\ medicine.
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portion of the third volume is a
; been. .at"an :early,'.period, ralrried,=onboard : >s. A. Simpson, 500 Craig St.,Knozvi .
'4 '" .' ;otr;some> perhaps cxploiingyes-; especially i valuable to Florida, as .on U's'a food for tired and Tenn., writes: ,"I have been trying the baths of

{o J-tf. 'Ite'ieaTeif' : pages 303 to'340-349:,(&pages missing) Weak digestions. Hot Springs. Ark., for eclatic rheumatism but I
seL> ., .are mostly. 'water, relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment
; Landomieres .voyage ,to .Florida In 1 get more r
: ':, ,stained;.:.and.;manj. rude ;autographs than any medicine or anything I have ever tried
.1" 'are.seen on the borders 'of leares-: i5b 2-5. ,Jean Rlbaut's voyage to Florida I Send for f re*..4impte \ / Indosed find postoffice order for |1.00. Send CM

it :'l( .. p. 249 to 356;De 'Gourgues p..356 large bottle by Southern J preu."*
( missing
-'ffi ,r The. firet; 148pages are ;; a '
of i ,1.contents;" (which, to 360, also Drake's"ylsit' to- Florida. Scott & Bowne, 409-415 Purl St. THREE SIZES: 25c, SOC AND $1.00BE
r ] a : : i:)ummary| p. 514.521.' ', Qlalau' New York. oEt
THE GENUINE
SURE YOU
' ftiif : : t derived from a perfectco: P7-s, :;as folWv -
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-, : .got.sad$1.00. druggists
: Ballard
s lows J-fe Co.ST.
t1 ; : __ 'Why Snow'Liniment .

z : 'I; The.TWrd'; ; -LasLjVprames (the Have'a torpid\ liver when Herbine, the LOUIS U. S. A.

:\. 'f Voyages, ,Navigation Trafflques, .and only liver regulator will help you? Thereis
Southern Hotel at
11; ., Discoveries of the English.Nation'andI 'no reason why yon should suffer from The property .
chills and feveror Pensacola has been sold by Its owner,
dyspepsia, constipation,
; ;; In some few places where they ;have
liver complaints when Herbine Tallahassee J. R.
any Mrs Hill, of ; to
,
s' not been, 'of c "strangers: ; ,' performed will cure yon T..XL -Waite Westville' Saunders and Geo P. Wentworth, of SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY :
a. withlp and before thertlme of ,these Fla.,' writes: "I was sick for a month
:
w= :- hundred years*to i1T'parts, of the with chills and fever, and after taking Pensacola. RED CROSS PHARMACY, TimSHLLE, and EAU GILLIE PHAEBJLCY, EAU OALLIS
:
0' two 'bottles of Herbine am well and
<. i Newfound world of America or the healthy." Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy. -f Don't Put Off

r t ;t1. .. West Indies fronY,75 degrees. of Northerly .For tomorrow what yon can do today.If SO.uthern'Railway.EFFECTIVE
; ". to 57'of Southerly latitudes. A New Citrus Hybrid. you put off buying a bottle of Ballard'a .

L .; As namely to .Engrbnland, 'Meta' Incognita (Bartow ,Courier-Informant) Snow Liniment, when that pain comes AYR. 6, 1008.Nos. .
1 bottle .
kr a you won't have any, buy a today.A
; Erlatiland Terra de Labrador, Some years ago Philip B. 'Johnston positive cure for rheumatism, burn, NaDaily.: 30 So: 3-i Between JaeuoDvllJe and New York : 29 h'o.83
: Newfoundland < the grand bay of muscles etc. T. Daily Daily.ho DaUy.
4M vp of Eagle Lake, who has one of the cats sprains, contracted .
.r'f the gulf,StLaurence, and the ,river S. Graham, Prairie Grove, Ark., writes: 755 P == 905 a Lv Jacksonville Fla_____..-So. By. Ar.' 9 00 : 803 P
: largest and finest, groves in Polk "I wish to thank you for the good re- 1215 a ._____ 120 P Lv.Savannah. ._______.___ By. Ar. (50 a----- .,. S'l) P
'i.t t. of Canada to Hochelerga and Saguen- County and who is quite a genius in salts I received fom Snow Liniment. It 955 a ==== 1033 p _An Cha-lotte, N. c._________&. By. Lv. 950 ar---:= 8 50 a

&.. N: 'scy along the coast of Arombec. to the all matters pertaining to cltriculture positively cored me of rheumatism after 642 V.:=:::: 658 a \r. Richmond. Va.__________' By. Lv. 1230 p1130

{. ?k .. shores'and malnes of/Virginia and and mechanics conceived the idea of others had failed. Sold by Red: Cross. 9 50 P --.___ 950 a Ar. Washington. D. C..__.:_..So. By Lv. 10 51 __...__ 960 P
'backside Pharmacy. 11'17 P _______ 11 a Ar. Baltimore dd--P. R. R Lv. 612 82:5: p
t: 1} .Florida and, on the west or Improving the pomelo or grapefruit by 23i a ____...- 145 pAr. PhilAdelphia. Pa_ __ .__1' B. R Lv 335 a-------al- 15 44 P

Ii :e.j.: ., of them both' to the rich_and pleasant crossing it with the tangerine. He A FACT J !30 a _________.-- 415 P Ar. New York. N. Y.--P. It R Ly. J210 323p

.t countries of .Nrieva Espano, Clbala, '
< succeeded in Impregnating the bloom "
t 33 and 34-"New York and Florida Eipress. Daily Pullman Drawing Room
prowr: of the tangerine with the fertilizing ABOUT THE "BLUES"What Sleeping ar between Jacksonville and New York. )
Noa. 29 and "Washington and 'Florida Limited." Daily Pnllmau Drawing Room
: ,
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properties of the grapefruit bloom, but
-'J. Is known as the "Blues' Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York.
J the' bottome of the gulfe of California
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\1" to ,
the seedling from this cross was not is seldom occasioned actual exist-

t c; :::;,.; and up the River of Buena at all satisfactory. At the same time .,lag external conditions by, but in the Daily. Through'The Laud of the sky."u! 291

r_ -.. i;. Guia.' ; he conducted another experiment by of disordered 755 P JacksonviUe, Fla- .-.Su. ny. Ar. Vtq' a
r great majority cases by a ----------- --------
{; .And likewise to .all the .yles both the and Impregnating 1215 a Lv. Savannah -___________________________.__...__. By. Ar. (50 a
before the reversing process UYER.I -- 600 a Ar. Columbia S. .,____________-:______.___.____._.____So. Hr. Lv. 1 U a
small
} ;f' and great lying cape the grapefruit bloom with the tan THIS IS A FACT 150 pAr. Asheville S.C..-------__.._________.__.--_______--_.. Ry Lv. 415 P
If ,r- of Florida the bay of Mexico,'and gerine bloom. This latter experiment 237 pAr. Hot Springs, N. ..--_____---_____________________.__ o. Hr.' Lv. 12 43 a
t.. ):' Tierra firma to 'the s(and Inlands which may be demonstrated 600 pAr. Knoxville, Tenn.-----_________________________._-So. By. Lv. 9 3i a
co
'.i proved to be a remarkable: success by trying course of 815 a Ar. L'incinuati. Ohio,.____________________________________. &; C. Lv. 8 ,5 p
? li--I:f of Heus'p' n. Terra firma .and. Guiana ': and after about five years of in- ud- -= -? .
'Rivers'of Nos.29 and 30-.Pullman Drawing Boom and Buffet Sleeping Csrs between Jackhui ville and .
!r' r" of up the,:mighty Ore ding to confirm the species and insure St. Louis, daily. ,1, jNo ..
\,' Dessa kobe and Maremon to i'" .
f.ii) noque reproduction in kind he has now a <'f' ,'

)k every part of,,the coast? of Brazil to distinct variety of the citrus family, Tutt'sPills I 13 Between Jacksonville and the North and \rut. Ko. U i =

7-. i :the River of Plate through the a little larger than an ordinary orange, == 74 P LY.Jackonvltle. So. hy----------_____._____________ 'i5 a 1,=::.___

: :fT- straight of Maglellan forward and which almost cleanly _..___ 250 a Ar. Iacon. ISo. By_______________ _____________Lv. 215 s''_ __
peels as as a
the They otrolud regulate the UVER.TheybrioghopcandbouyaDytotbe. ------- 520 a Ar. Atlanta So. Ry---------- __________._...._-Lv. 11 o.a v1945 -.-----
r l backward,and_to the south of said tangerine and of a most delightful ----___ a Ar. Cbattanooga, So. Ry_______--___________________-Lv. 630 pE.-----
:r:;; J :. streights as far. as 57 degrees. And flavor. This fruit, specimens of whichare _______ 740p Ar Cincinnati Queen & .__._____________. 830 '----__

\ "l thence on the, backside of America the C. I. office mind. They bring health and elasticity :::= 845 Ii Lv.Cincinnati, Big Four Route_________________Lv. 710 a==--
exhibition at
,
; ;, "'-. on : to the body. -___--- 710 a ArChicano, Bii Four Route_.._______..._____.Lv. 830 pi83. ;-------
.It i '" "1: aong the coasts harbours and capes having .such a combination of good == .') P Lv. Cincinnati Penn. Lines---______________-__ 64 j
/: fit of Chili, Peru Nicaragua, Nueva Es- qualities viz., large size, fine flavor, TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE". __ 710 a Ar. Chicago Penn. Lines--- -Lv. 840 p.a--------'

'; :s pana, Nueva Galisia. ,. Culiacan, California ease of stripping, and splendid keep- -,
, .- r.,' Nova Albion, and more North- VISITORS TO NEW YORK CITY _______ 723 a Ar. Chical1o.: C. H. & D.-Monon-____________Lv. 901 P:__ __ _
: Ing qualities ought, and no doubt will. "
== 94 P Lv. Cincinnati, C. H. & D.-Iich. Ct'llt.A:: : 7 00 a'- .+=
I : 4t- erly.as far as 45 degrees. rapidly become a great favorite in the Should go to _______ 520 a Ar. Toledo C. H. & D.-fich. Cent'-----------Lv. 1140 pi725 ------

? .' <" Together, .with the two renowned market a Ar. Detroit C. H. & I)-1ich.l'eo -----.h.Lv. 1000 =
N i === VI ::=:
; yitw. and of Sir Francis small u_____ 830 P Lv. ( incinnati, Penn. Lines______._____________uAr. a.______
' prosperous voyages Mr. Johnston has only a number THE ARMSTRONGa _______ 55ii a Pittsburg. Penn. Lincs.____._________________Lv 1630 I P' .___

r t' Drake and M. Thomas Candish of trees of this new variety. We == 930 P Lv. (>Cincinnati Big Four______________________...Ar. 8 50 a 1.___

t round about the circumference of. the are not informed as to whether he intends _______ 645 a Ar. Cleveland Big Four.____________________ _.Lv. 9 3)p _______

!f. ; whole earth and> divers other voyages to go into its extensive propagation Select Family Hotel == 530 P Lv. Lexington, So. Ry.______________________..__.Ar. 10 i3 a ==
'eY _______ 810 pAr. Louisville, So. Ry________..____._...._..___-Lv. 740 a,__.__
< ; : Intended and set forth for' that course or not. It certainly offers a No. 60 West 92nd Street __u___ 732 a Ar. St. Louis' So. By_______._______._______-__. -Lv. 1010 pi------
' .: t, collected by Richard Hakluyt Preca- field for large and legitimate profit.
.r Telephone 7219, Riverside Nos. 13 and 14-The Florida Limited." Daily Solid Vestibule Train Through Day
. her and some times ,student of Christ Lake City has begun the work of Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati.

,:\! Church In Oxford. brick paving.
Near Ontral Park, Subways, E'evated
C it.f.J; Imprinted at London by George f and Electric railways and all plare of No. 5 No. 13 Retlveen Jacksonville Kansas City. 1 No. Jj No. 6

Q Bishop Rolfe Newberry and Robert Blood Polfouing interest, and a good starting point '.* _-__ __ 745 P Lv.Jacksonville Fla. So.1y___________..__...____.tr. I 935 1n 1--a ____
Barker Anno Domini 1600. Results from chronic constipation, Coney Island, Rockaway and all (-'Ji. r _uu__ 520 a Ar. Atlanta, Ga. So. Ry---____-Lv. 1150 P ____
i'f- N'ih which is quickly cured by Dr. King's seaside and suburban pleasure resorts. __.___1201 a Ar. Birmingham, AJa., So. _______________________ 405 P .....
F. ?t' To the Right Honourable Sir Robert few Life Pills. They remove all poifion- Single rooms and suites with all conveniences _______ 805 pAr. Memphis, TenD., Fr6CO---------! u__ ___.__..Lv. 815 a......

r. .r .. Cecil Knight, principal Secretary to oils germs from the system and infuse new sanitary plumbing, private _______ 940 a Ar. Kansas Citr, Alo.. Frisco-----_______________._.Ly. 630 P ..____

,. r,44. ::, her Maniestie Master of the Court of new life and vigor; cure sour pwmach.rr811BE'S baths, porcelain tnbs, ample hot and cold Nos. 13 and 14-'The Florida Limited." Daily.
... headache dizziness and colic water supply, and hotel table and service
,
Wards and Liveries, and one of her EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE.J. .
: .
I. i' without griping or discomfort. 2oc. Guaranteed combined with home comforts and moderate
to f'f5! Majesties most honorable'prime,coun- by Red Cross Pharmacy. prices. C.LCSK,District Passenger Agent.108 West Bay Street,Jacksonville.7!*,
I t' 4 C. II.ACKEKT.O.H. W. B.TAYLOE G. P. A.
; S. II. IIARDWICKF. T. M. BROOKS MOBGAN.A. G. P.A.JotiTwotadThre .
cilAfter Terms 9 00 week and
: $ upwardsA.
dedication .
fulsome
r a long and Florida Educational Association.

; <\ of the work the author concludes as Prof. R. M. Ray chairman of the Armstrong l
.
'at :;;. :.t follows: executive committee of the Florida d

I : : 'l: .. "Thus Sir I have portrayed our in Educational Association, has called a HtLLi..r'3 The Bridgeport

r i-(: ) ) rude lineaments my Westerns Ata- meeting of that committee to be held Rocky Mountain' Tea Nuggets1A ,

i.,.. ,-r ',; lantis or America, assuring you that If at Ocala, ,Fla., on the 10th and lltb Buy Hediciae for Buy Peopls.Brlngi .

t f :7' I had been able. I would have tinned of April. The first session to be held Golden Health and Renewed Vigor.

,, 4, j--- ; her and set her out with farre more In the office of the county superintendent A swctfc! hr Constipation, Indirection i ,Live > "The Motor that Motes"L I
in colours asS and Kidney Trouble I'iinples. Ec/ema,Impure
and exquisite ; yet
t. lively
of schools April 10th at 7:SO; p Blood. Bad Breath. Slupeish Bowel. Headacheand .- a- jgnii i-Trin-i F
: ? \..., -. she Is I humbly desire you to.receive Backache. It's Rocky Tea in tab Ji i
As this is the first of thi.i :
m. meeting Jet form 35 cents a box. Genuine made by SimpleGuaranteed. Reliable, Durable s
r j: 'F: her with your wonted and accustomed committee for this year, it is a very IOUISTE& DRCG COJCPAST Madison Wls. to
r t E favour at my hands who always will GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE run i !
Important one and -should be largely and glee satisfaction
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devoted to :
. remalne most ready and .
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attended its members. will
\ ,* by Steps Makes {
__ __ motor-boating a pleasure j
be taken looking to preparing program
A Young Mother at 70 Makes working-boats increase I.
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securing railroad rates and
"My mother has suddenly been made r F Seeds profits k
TJS are tat beanie so'sncoesfnu I
young[ at 70. Twenty years of intense making,other arrangements for the Jref hare been sppiit In
suffering from dyspepsia had entirely annual meeting of the association at then or expert drreCipmeni-lnJf cue m makig jwntnrT Lau, Study our methods of construction II

E' # disabled her,nntil'siz months ago, when St Augustine.A nwrtor* to Ppd a other.u in rrowinf and you will discover why
she began taking Electric Bitters, which i sows and ve et.bIe seeds. _ r
cured her and restored IMS 8 c4 Jg ut tree. "THE BRIDGEPORT1
have completely Is
., '. the strength and activity she had in the Badly Burned Girl D.II.FURY CO, a i

; prime of lite,":writes Mrs. W. L Gi1patf Or boy, man or woman, is quickly out Ottnil. ")iotor that Motes" f ftftk

,. rick, of Danforth Me. Greatest restorative of palD'lf Bncklen's Arnica Salve is applied ;, i
Sets stomach G. J. Welch of Tekon- I '>. f
. medicine on the globe. prompt/
, !: ,liver and, kidneys right, ,purifies the aha, Mich., says: "I use it in my family FERRY'SSEEDS ;_ .. + ,, A BRIDGEPORT MOTOR CO. be. I
z blood and cares malaria biliousness for cots, sores and all skin injuries, and ; ;; I

Wonderful nerve tonic. find it perfect" Quickest pile care
t '. and weaknesses. Port Cfastroettoa Bridgeport, Conn.
.' Price fiOc. Guaranteed by Red Cross known Best healing salve made, 25c at I
ted Cross Pharmacy. F. N. HITCHCOCK CO. Titusrille I
Pharmacy. ... !' 'i' ."f' : Agents, Florida.
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,. .;, n-:7'I-! :.... .:<......"nl loB'.a, .... M prom 7'* :witt-biiaUKactl .t't P tkette > $" '.. '- ': .... '-" .." -'Beliam.-:: : .....adopted.-. '.' ,'candidate:will file'.with the amount' ".;' ,,;. to, ;: ?
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ifZ. "':' ; -"it. ::1'-f.: ".".."; '-' """ >; ''' < .. ; That fa eonformltjwiththe''U attire of'hl..meDt. his application to have his .
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;" <: k,:; .. Feb J6tbJa.DiemocrMio.. County Siccative :The iaspeeton' said primary election __
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,,;;f4Y"" ;"" ,4-t.\'M' ; Ica Wier off, he'lea owner'
Cape ,
oJ:"" '" h" ;; 1: \ ; : bay yRorida; where:{ property some Committee of Brevard ooonty Florida for'tbeidlflennt.eleotion;dktrictt will be\ .

"... q 4\"'*'''_$1'.woeIa'.Jr.--.;:-SWv .it- ; ,. farmers.is.; aoooY th 'r :arotlion aaitolacred'gt) : mud thraeyeareo; ;'fiad' w iis"eU.J : hereby call a Democratic primary election; appointed.a'; future meeting this committee .
) Orianised'in JaekjonTffle.it-jK' fc :;;\. '" "*elevated dare '' to.be held in each precinct in Brevard county ,'. and will be published as far in ad- :;
.... ..... corerin plateaux that, a as. a trapper. 'ebout; ;ha 190 and of the election ;
; .. oa 15th. second as
'i\: ;' I ": $'it :' F"4. ""WI" .".. ."'.. .. '' ? < ; May itaccessary: a Vance possible.; t
,,'.. 1-'< ., .:;r3-."jUt,..........'."..' -;.'- 4th: ;: ., dept. ,; bf, -iii..",, -|iifoot,... k' tiro"itfira'ter&DOTIT ? .. been' engaged on'. ; the (extenrtwi"work i one on Jane(12th a.1908, for the purpose of .The'eommittee ,will meet on }fay.41st* -! ':
'J'''' nominating candidates for' the State 1908st the Court House'in'TitnsTille to :
afrtke"J t--\ the j' Th1Imud 'whlte i9i's grader' tometime/ various ,
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-Tampahave far falted is pUre for : -
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tJ" <.. :i Congressional. Committee Gusty offices, C&nftll'tho 1'eturDaofsai I primary election,1and +
",, ,!," }GiaesUlelil-u1"E:' *' ependibout' S5 ",/ '- J40.WOsidewalks *+ *<< and.. Ii-:/prf Tlfr; e [fTOmVi' Tit .Iathe1 ; Recentlyhe has been:'doing'some ofthen hereinafter umed"- ID accordance with: the declare the result thereof.aft for such .-

.. g :t ;\f" : .....' :. "- :opinion-bitVthbse whO- -are sogntlnted grading'work/b\contr&et livingin.a'tent roles;and ''qualifications down 'by-the other business. as may. be necessary. at that t x
.., m1o *. ere. .and* macadam "' ; State Committee in their call The elections time.' ." \ x
1'. -1roa4.Ii': -if'- ry.- '' -- ;Ittt'lt i coifld; he'manu. onPlantation. :Keyhti',*.tfeUvtrgwith willbe held in each precinct, at theme > THOB. H.&IKDXRS Chairman. "",
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;t-&, ,', "t'fI.e.,..,.' ,_ . 4' p1.eeud daring the same bourn, T. J., CocKsmrtt, -
.:.... = 7 L ,,-"r.'n ; f CtUredJit.tO'. .excellent gradVjOicrockerywarejngs him.. These two \the U provided '
.i-Florld$'#' :Ctrtatian, :Endeavor 'cop .- -... -"'- ,- ." were for the holding of general elections:. Secty and Treasurer, Tftosville, Fla 4

,:'':4 1 4ventianfoi; :ths,:year .w11 : be;held latateY"Park Newe.':f & -;. .drainpipe, 'j;' .,< -etaMlsmf '. onlj occupants' ofUiat-tent;.but' ""there Those Qualification,and: only:those. persons shaH' be permitted _v- .;. _.__ _-- -___ p____ __ ._ T.. .
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with
:", :? ; Ap if 14th16th. -," ,... were.. >0 l,,. : all 0 to become candidates before, or vote ; /
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"" -iA-t i. :t< 11t ... ., .J. W." .' Stranah n_'has placed. a.fast occupants, not far .away.'The .- at or participate:in the management of any J.i1dial ThtMmtl'abtabltMof Carr,PuklisJud.Y tAI and -

.'Flr,:;",at. 'Holder.. Citrus, coiraty; 1Iu of:JanicncV on:the/river at Fort 'wife's'';version ofjuie affair. u. party primary in Florida election who held are by white i the Democratic Democratic .1. .

w"' W.if Tnetday ,:morning. 'practically, wiped Lauderdale'. ,:anft'Jn'.companyrwith,'Mr all :that. could.-be-obtained: ,In 'regard electors who declare their adherence to the RUDDERHOW.TO

.\'t. ;."out...t..the, business. section ,of :the vU.Y Braddock. will operate a,tegular<,. 'ached- to:'the explosion,. cad :she. :herself. iisuffertng'treUy party principles-nationaUtate and organization and county of the-Democratic who are by BOOKS -, .

"j';:- '';o-tt."lrJr'<>';:wharf at 6'a. from severe ,burns the law of the state, lawful electors of the Orer Joro toits Kv hen built from the Bna -

l i f :It'Is, estimated that. there 100 'dally i .and, at-:fsereral other' times the head<< face hands and breast election district'in which they offer to vote, printed ia these boob Suoesifujv wiled In f4. ,
B- are m. on who bare paid their poll taxes legally due every dime and via every MI Full dcUfldnwinx a 4:

*., 1.- Fx* .:acres' Of'tomatoes. owlDllD Florida later,' cirrila .passengers, ;mail _.and. C&Use4\b1 ,the: explosion. not less than ten clan, before such primary how to auk of ill it-r>Text ru, showing extremely whit simple it M .M "

: ,ihla-aeason,.and that the yield win' be padelivery: ,ThU'servlce will bea The jwoman says they were,lying In election by is any held elector, and,who pledgnin shall writing when challenged up- HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50" \ f

:?C ,; about 175,000 crates.Puiler .' I greaiconvenience. ''.to the. growers- the tent.and:both had.been;asleep. for on oath before an inspector' his honor to If foot_weiibont6rle'7totulJttamr.aalaoq... ... \ !
abide and wecP;iTiml mi-d.o..t file a. jiil intiiiliiniiiniiiTO -
the result of
by support such primary ,
a:;i WhR., ;.; president'of the TamP as"well, l as, .commission. merchants some: time when, she .was ,awakened and vote for the nominees thereof. MOW BUILD A SKIPJACK_
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i" 'Board:ofm Trade estimates the buyers. and. visitors., by some one slipping: Into the' tent ;Each elector qualified to vote in said primary insI..rep A IM boat: tar ftftpnxni nU>* or hoer Biitjilawf* *io WW t faU4bHinrepJifuliilienTert
,1 pa rilia
''''' P:. "" r. 'elections shall have the right to vote f.N P.u""J pktreaoe wmplcled boalL
and turning out the lamp.
4';" .orange_crop ,of 'Florida for 1906 at Chief.Engineer Cook, of the L. 0. ,.P.ft : forOne HOW TO BUILD A RACING LOOP _
-.She:'awoke her :husband and mentioned candidate forBepresentativein Congress a
XoA: mcMMfal l-itiii Burkina errrderiRerd .rrd
l }' ,: ,about, 2, 50,000. ,.boies. t ,G.. informed';the reporter'this :morn- Two candidates 10rJaaticeI. of Supreme cheer In Ai>HNK>,Aw aU O\IIOtraILt i car to band I I am + ,

'b' One,of the.oldest military organiza. log' tb t he: ban 'completed his: work the.. matter. but< he only answered Court. for term of six lear tovavab. sl
MOW TO S'JILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
her by telling her' to go to Two candidates forBailmad Commiasionen.
'in' :the State Wilson's :Battery twenty, miles.west Of 'Perry and that Simple .ixJ pnrlinLthovui a.wtoeendrmAaiwdban
: ... done One candidate for member of State Executive .,. .
t-. sleep and'thaf she was top easily tur aM 11!all /awetof. jw.rd .u.to'- t
J..m_ Florida State the contractors would now begin and9atsli Committee. ,
Corps, Troop MOW KNOCKABOUT .
TO BUILD A \
k -
Six r
:iJ"I frightened. candidates for members Corfuty Executive .
..is.to be. disbanded' immediately. the road at the rate of a mile a Committee one from eaeh commissioners A fin* .:il a-rt few seconds afterwards ruler| aaiw.Mt.III**'* In a an explosion '
: capitalists talking of week,. thus(makinjr: Himpton' Springs 'district and one from the county at HOW VO BUILD A SHOAt-DRAUGHT "t
Daytona are
occurred the large and candidate from each of the
blowing woman one .
la six weeks... ,The ultimate terminus A derer little .itar hMt,with madorat..eor. ugs uU 4
r 4 establishing an electric railway between bunk'ci.b her: severely following county offices -all a.iI pa
off her
} 1'DI1g so
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!l SeabreeieV the : of the road.will be on the Gulf at deep For Member of House of Representatives.For HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR BrtAMFICTuj 4 i
4'; '", Daytona and I that she did not know what Tax Collector. Uild j Jnt tie end for k"| ':
'road to skirt the borders of' the two i wi.terbufthe exact place was not di happened for some time afterwards For Tax Assessor. 10 MI pa iwliiulap ,tltaenloop.,cat ail. q r sHOW
vulged.-live OaK'Democrat For County Treasurer TO BUILD A MODEL YACHT #,
,. mun1 lpaUt es. The noise awakened the others nearby For County Begistratiun Officer. A eomplete Aefri$:ot nf bow to taiU ft OMd. j tlM&Mf
''Ie :Declaring that no term of.years that For County Commissioner, District No 1. iU8 Md im Mi x nwdcli., s
alligator measuring four the they
:. A large and on approaching scene N N No2.

;.}:.:',. ., teen. .feet. ., .in. length. wa, captured, ..In could be imposed: upon him would discovered. the tent on fire-and burnIng ) to.. u No a. PRICE qpl EACH C {
; '1- had'nh- N N
equal the suffering he -- / No 4M 'mCPAlO it CXPHCM ANTWHCHC -
.mental .
:a the yards, of. ,the. ,Naval. Stores- ":Export so rapidly ,that" it was Impossibleto M No5. < -
Bound In doth-CoU Irtterim-Siie of
: 'Company -Jacksonville a.. few .days, ', dergone, George. H. ,Stephens. .a get' inside to save anything. 'For Member Board of Public Instruction, 9 by U inches-Larte,citirly-dawn plan pagw ;
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Princeton graduate and former professor '
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ago and taken to the ostrich: ,farm. ?When the fire had,died away H was District No 1. THE RUDDER 'PUBLISHING CO.
For Member of Board of Public Instruction :
at 'LafayetteiCollege, Baston. .Pa. .
found that the tent and its entire contents MUHMT BTMttT NtW YO" U. J.final
{ The;Bcard of Trade of West Palm "F"" District No 2. 1 K B. A : ;
was. ,sentenced. by. Judge. Boarman. in, For Member of Board of Public Instruction
Beach is making an effort to secure had been destroyed and thebody postal/ Catalogue of Books ryacjts.
the Federai, Court at Tampa Friday to District No S. ...'{ liltr l'7. -<1 r
:for/ttat, city the winter home of theKentucky of Joe Latham in a mutilated Each elector shall vote for one candidate ,
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two yean in the:penitentiary, term to --" : '
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in his ,
district.For .
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,,4 Military Institute Which condition; was lying on the .bedsprings respective '- .
date from his'first incarceration eight Justice of the Peace.
'was quartered at Eau Gallie the part his clothing and the bedding Fur Constable. John Whicd o Uu. "" ;
months. ago Stephens was convicted
season. having been burned away. The respective candidates are 'assessed as LOUISVILLE. KY. +
counterfeiting.. Judge Boarman said investigation If. discov follow, and aid assessment must be paidto Ia&ahllthed J8Jl r ,1 jpP
I Grand Master A. C. Binkley. of the he felt he did: not'do his stern duty as Upon was ( >> the Secty and Treasurer of this committee, Zlfkerf Birkcc priceHMforr ,.
ered that a line of dynamite fuse had I on or before April 21st 1906, each candidate ** f 1
Odd, Fellows of Florida has returned Judge making' the sentence a light I for the office of. FURS
been 'run from a point outside to a
f to his home:In Pensacola from an oiDcial one .to which Stephens dramatically; Member of House of Representatives.. _$25.00 and u j i'

visit to the lodges of the State, replied "P1m shm I spot'under the head of his bed, the Tax Collector._______.______._______.75.00 Hides .
: n is not measured burnt marks on the ground revealingthe Tax Assessor.___._._..______.______.75.00 c-: wilt....:. ..' 1
and.reports the.. order in a flourishing by duration, but by intensity. i!'. .1
f line.of .the fuse.
,condition.: Anguish,and remorse have done such 1

,. The government experiments! for awful, work upon. 'me that I am almost murdered The woman man and were the brought body of to the the E., L. BRADY & BRO, ".'. -atr:"'"

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destroying water byaclnthg'on the St. bereft of reason." Stephens wept like ; .

I Johns river have been completed after a child'when' he was led away by the terminal dock about 10 o'clock Tuesday Groceries Hay Grain and all Food Products

five months of active work. officers night on the launch Nat, accom ,. l lWe
nearly
k \ panled by the launch Clydrick having handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes'Fertilizers. We deal exclusively ;;
The report of methods used has not left Plantation Key at 12:30 Tuesday in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write as for prices oa 1 J-\.
made Pla For Be.r.4.etB. Xote4 Hose Grain and all.Groceries delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY & BBO-.TmrsviiLi,FirlAGONER 't
been public.
,1
yet
If the plans of 'the German ambassador Upon arrival here a messenger wa :.

J., D.- C. Morris, of the GruberMor- and hl American wife who was sent to the Jail and Deputy Sheriff '
& CO. :
rte Hardware. Company of Daytona, Hiss Lillian Langham of Louisville, Gore was notified. He lost no time in ,
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and a prominent,Elk, has been elected Kyi, do not go awry visitors to the national repairing to the dock and' after viewing ,and Groceries Hay Grain Fruit and' .j' ::f
r > f capital will behold a reproduction I Staple Fancy educe :4V'EGET.J1BLES..J1
p of ail Kinds
4rT '
'"; captain. of the Daytona. Halifax Rifles of Bans Scud, Frederick theGreat' the body and learning the circumstances T r ,

r ,, succeeding Capt. Charles L. Smith he placed Engineer Jacob 'ITitus'Ville.
f... ..favorite home, before, two SPECIALTY
"tf"' '. resigned. years hare passed says a correspondent Paine of the launch 1 Mystery, in i i Florida. ,

I-\ : It is reported that Smith Mussel of the New York Press. Baron von charge of the remains and'proceededto -if p

white & Davis : purchased about Bternburg has asked the reichstag for the city to make arrangements for 9?
: have Do You to Know All About the
: permission to sell the present home of )Want _;
.<, 6,000 acres of land. near Sanford from the holding of an inquestThe
t
build
the embassy and one adequate |p
": ,' the' Florida Land & Colonization Co. the needs'ot his staff and worthy the case Is clearly one of murder .

It Is stated that the larger portion will dignity of his country. Active operations but whether it will have to be inves EAST COAST OF FLORIDA? !1

;t, f't; be turpentined and the ,remainder will begin this spring. The site tlgated by :Monroe county or Dade !

divided into five acre tracts for truckIng will be on the western hills overlooking county not yet known. -
,. : Especially rejjardin? Fruit Growing,Trucking and ; -' .
: .'.' purposes. the National park.. The, grounds of General Farming? If so. subscribe for tbe........... ",
"J Sans Souci. where the martial Frederick Good JudgmentIs

Et;;: H.:P. Trimble editor of the Fernan- and his friend Voltaire talked war the essential characteristic of men FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKEB. 'f4 '

}:.i 'dina star. has leased the Washington and philosophy, will be reproduced in and women. Invaluable to good businessmen ;_.4, 'j

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newspaper. Mr. Trimble will place a will send many portraits and works of shows good judgement when she ISSUED ONCE A MONTH. SAMPLE COPY FREF. ,

l.j. capable man in charge of the Star and art to the new embassy. buys White's Cream Vermifuge for her ADDRESS, # '.
? The best medicine
baby. worm ever
E. Y BLACKMAN FLORIDA. s
iT'i:"" "" give his personal attention to the offered to mothers. Many indeed are the ,
From the PlagueThere's : "
"', Danger sensible mothers who write expressingtheir
Georgia venture.
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,2 :,?.-. grave danger from the plagueof gratitude for the good health of
'
/; William Davidson, Jr., of Milton coughs and colds that are so prevalent their children, which they owe to the ir'SEA'i s. :

t{ ;-. deliberately laid his head on tha unless you take Dr. King's New use of White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold Q '
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of Seaboard Air Line Discovery for 'consumption, coughs and by Red Cross Pharmacy.A ;
: ;" trucks in front a
':1.-',,. "7'. onlds:'Mrs Geo. Walls ,of Forest City, ,

", ,.,";,. passenger. train as it. was pulling out Me., writes: "It's a Godsend to people nine pound boy was born to Mr
from River Junction Monday night Irf ing in climates where coughs and snideprevail.
f
,.; find it ends them. It and Mrs. R. Hudson Burr at Talla {
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quickly
7 f", :':,n<>" '\ and.- was killed. No cause Is known prevents pneumonia, cures lagrippe, hassee on Wednesday March 28th. Merchants & Miners Trans. Co's : ;

i for the rash act. !gives wonderful relief in asthma and hay rt.t

(,'-: 'The Eustis Ice and Refrigerating fever, and. makes weak Inngn' strong 8100 Reward S100.

that they have enough to ward off consumption, coughs The readers of this paper will be pleasedto STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN
& Company estimate
> and colds. 50c and{LOU Guaranteed by learn that there is at least one dreadful ;
'fT-? ** cured 5.3QO pounds'' of meat in their Red Cross Pharmacy..Trial bottle free. disease that science has been able to cure in v- *

'Xr'"'- # cold storage room the past season. It all its stages and that ia Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh -
Cure is the only positive cure knownto
'"' Over .
.:;::' : la on the Increase. every year and For Sixty eanY the medical fraternity Catarrh being a 4
BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct
:;'."," . means a condition* of greater prosperity Mrs. Windows' Soothing Syrup has constitutional dismiss. requires a constitutional SAVANNAH, :
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
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been need for over sixty by aallioM
":;..... ",'..." for- 'our <'f&rmers.-Eust1s"" Lake. of mothers for their =while teething taken internally acting directly upon the .
. blood and mucous surfaces of the system, Connections for
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the
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:".. ; da House at Madison was child, 8oft_ tbeuinalUya all pain, ease,' and giving the patient strength in
:\:. | colica best New York and Boston. C
CUM wind : tithe remedyfor building up the constitution and assisting Washington
::-:;.:' ; destroyed.by.fire on Tuesday morninghare' diarrhoea. It will telieye the poor .nature in doing its work. The proprietors >',

'ftt The flraIs Jhooght ito ,been.,caused little suflerer immediately. Sold by druggists :have so much faith in its curative powers. : >. v. ,
overturning lamp In the in every part of the world. Twenty- that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any
of a '
: \,,' by tJat five cents a bottle. Be sine and uk for ease that it fails to cure.' Send' for list of tea- Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations (" ; .

'rr ': rWof.a.est.,. .. The bnildingTwas, : timonials.. and cuisine unsurpassed. ; :
i\ ., Soothing 8ruP"sndtlkenoothertitad.
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..-\-r:4: ,' :-.:.:'< _-._.._. ... Family Pills' are. the bat jr I

tt \.' Hereafter+ :Ocala, .hackmen r'PJbfcby : OA orOR.ZA. H. C. AVERY, Com'I Agent, Jacksonville. ., ,. 't .

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** to ':_1: candidate e .- '
J respectfully annoQlice myself a > <
t ui xswiJbe i f: :r.-iood field for .. _' __lIpro.n.- -. .. :for:member: of the school tpard from To,:>>,the Democratic Voters Brerard,OwMy ,.

deatbte.'There are-only a'few there,'and second district subject ,to .the,action"-of friends have generously urged mo ,. .
,ii4 has for the last ten yiari devoted "
i '-* r -? *- J Democmic'primary, V
the
T approaching become candidate for the legist -
.eTpriees paid are extrenwly high. ForptethrGbekere to. a. ,
i&i' -
all of .
: revenues above those repaired B.-E.MiMST
; : tl.bssr ,charges : iSTo iS- ;- "* and in gratitude to th m and without sop >
:
\ ::for an economical sdruinistration9f1tiffair1 .
.|."d50;,t'without, .. .:._0 pa,9and, ... not'14 sithan i < ..$50with .._ to the I'SdUCtiOflOfIhf bond. the Democratic Voters of Brevard Q ;: ;rfl ooipol6giesior .thyself I berebyoft'
:gasi4AD ordinary joid filHng costs r my.nam 'snbject to,:the .actI D of
:
d'i candidate
: Indebtedness incurred at the time of: respectfully announce myself a -
|10 vto $12|"a gold crown ab t 6U Mn.Gbekiere board from theprimary.S
: .| the' shelling! :.of its streets. The bonded for member of the school -
: trateling .rtlj'br p1eauzpirtly "'." the third district subject the action,of _Apprehending that every candidate for ,
i indebtedness .originally amounted -
T to t yAwercaninetbodtofdentiitry : to the Democratic,primary on Mly15th. the l legislators should publish bit awdlor'on '-
Miami Ii now nndetbe $7500.00( ,' drawing 8 interest. EBABNoLD.
; percent '
; 8h1nte4a the the questions involved before the
to>> spend summerEik '
..
flagf t of Mr. :W..L. Mggsnd ..' '4" "., This ,baa been reduced to f 1000.00: and --
I rieople, I hereby briefly do,so with can -
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REPRESENTATIVETo
there: are-about $9O .OO in
;. :,-. t warrants outstanding
:;.. .f rw dor and without equivocation- -
> rt" .which .1so draw 8 the.Democratic Voters. of Brevard.County. ,
: Oandidatia'fbr' cent .
,, Hallroad Ooniinlasioiier'Senator per '
;) Y. -* -" fT*- -y --S Jc*'> 1Wf -" -- ... First-I believe that Governor Bro &r4 -
, |: be1EFoftierci1iw1? has been leased '' interest.Tbere.- 1 hereby announce myself! a? a candidate '
; 4 A.Bhtcb; should be sustained in his effort and plan,
;ofuVJ county, "
: "lllrTChai-.";Emersoh to Mr.*J, 8. '. are number of public improvements for representative, subject to the
:; .- hieon LD.'Oeiger theE well! knowBrtbroughont the state becauseof Democratic primary, May/ 15th, U)06) I f Everglade drainage:because,aUhoofhit I
i kG4rsnd much needed
very namely:-
his .n ce.'for8c'lIi"yYell'li 'the will appreciate your support, and if may nof be 'practicable to drain the
:;: week. The legislature" is :candidate for railroad 'A town hall and.engine room. elected will in return serve you faith, Evergladeaiuthe" and whole .
; outgo as a ,
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'
r men in ., : engine- : -
srid to experienced -- A:chemical and otherfirep.us. fully.
: ,
: comm 88i i r. Friends of Senator Blitch yet an incalculable! area of the beat land -
? ;the newsT and Job printing business.Mry Very truly yours,
had no idea,that contemplated making Wx. R. Rol23CB.. f in'the world will thereby be at once add- :
}if ; Erriridn wll| devote his entire time The; ponds 'wi&bintbe town limits ..
the race. He will publish his platform edtotheresourcesoftbestate. *CI
WF TII now to the Tampa Daily Herald. should be drained. : !J<:
jfr c_sXs:.'>" y *.. I in.j few ..days telling exactly' bisviews 'Thetown' wharf should be extendedand FOE TAX COLLECTORT believe in upholding the Boekmaa

this week:will be found the regarding the commission. Hefivorof ,is. .in. the Democratic Voters of Brevard_County. law because I have been convinced this,
14 ; Onpsge ( : a suitable bulkhead built, so as to
for railroad increasing the powers of the 'I am a candidate for reelection to the the concentration of our means in the establishment
of HonvTJAppleyard
make connection with tbe'river.
; office of collector of Brevard
commission and.of improving tin many ; tax county of one well equipped state,
: ? 1 commiasioner, !in which_be, .kijh Other Improvements are needed upon subject to the action of .the Democratic
: Senator Blitch"will make an- active institution of will tend
higher
k jJ 'sopport:of the people of Brevard county ways the streets.I primary to be held May 15tb, 1906. If learning
: ; canvass forth position.Change .. elected I.. will give the duties of the office more to the advancement of popular education -.
% ;., for that important position! and ,we.have ( : 'believe a new !issue of $5000.00 in
....
|F ; doOM"bot : w- the same careful attention that I have in than the ,diffusion of funds ia
'a
will receive .
that he goodoteljn
;; no bonds could be BOid'at par, drawing not '
FonnuU
& the
In Peruna "
past.
support of number of inferior
4 1 a greater ,
> this. bonnty-for- Brevard. ,alwaystreatthe over 5 per cent interest $2000.00 of this Respectfully,
: 'all right. :* "Following;is copy of the concluding :K W. HALL. institutions. .
; newspaper men could be aged to pay up the present indebtedness -
->: ** ; Third-I believe in the of -
: .b' :-' ;; paragraph of':a .I long letter; received by ,' which would 'reduce the interest perpetuation ,

: 'i -- The plan to'refund the bonded! debt of Dr. S. B,,: Hartman Jl'Qm BoiL J. W. from eight to five per cent.$2000.00more FOB TAX ASSESSOR the state railroad commission because I',

the towp.by issoingjbonds: !; bearing. ;low- Yerkes, commissioner, internal' revenue, -could be used to secure the build To the-Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.: -,i deem it to be the half-way jurisdiction i

'errateofintereetsudskkigopoutstan44 which explains i itself;j); ing and fire apparatus, which would Having dtclded'to become candidate between arbitrat'ionand the law court8

jng warrants, 'as mentioned elsewbereUn By- reason.of the changes made in'the leave 1000.00 for other improvements for the office of tax assessor, I take'this where the differences between the people .
;" formula under which'Peruna is now method announcing my decision to thepeople and the transportation companies' b&
..ii AI
in may
TEKSTAz thZ8 week, is a move pro
... ,' $200.00 will be received during the Brevard
of
t county. My candy
i direction. :It should be borne in duced and placed upon the_market, and acy determined and regulated informally and
i ;rright year from the county,, which can be usedon is based upon several very good reasons,'
pr- .; mind, boweverj'sbonid this:plan' be carr by,: reason: ,'of" the ..analyses' <-" made in'1 this' the streets, 'and considerable money which I shall endeavor to place before as with t. .delay or technicality' '. '
- bureau and'tleQpini of the of the for me'so Fdurth-I believe the ouit 1 ;
.1i .;ried ont, .that' the future running ex- surgeon. has .already been: raiSed-and more can many voters as possible county

.t ,. .w ... 0 pense >f the=town must'.be kept within general. ,,of the' Public' "Health' and Marine. obtained 'by private subscription to do the between now and the day and for hold. should be abolished because the dismembermenr : ; t

E the amount of annual tar money collected 'Hospital service) above;; ; ,quoted, .this office help drain ,the ponds. .The county has' jug primary. Sincerely GEO. F ENSEY.To respect.fully of the old county of Brevard ": ,Y: :. ,: i

is of opinion;that Peruna when and the increased jurisdiction of justices }.
: .. J' and not gradually drift into an unwarranted prepared agreed to pay' half the expense of draining I

., and unlawful! 'indebtedness.' according to the formula now used the pond back of the courthouse, so the Democratic Voters of Brevard County.I of the peace make it expensive and un- -1 ) i

,,-y ..: ..' contains....sufficient, drugs to,.render the candi. necessary Let us keep up our presentsolvent < ,
that, I believe an issue of. $5000.00 in hereby Announce that I am a
-1 The'campaign up to.this-time in Brev. preparation one beyond the ruling, ofthis i bonds will be,nfficient. date for reelection to' the offit'e of tax and prosperous condition by cutting -) I
office ofditSeptember12 1OO5 and assessor and will the off-needless drains the ',:
appreciate supportof on county
: ard county ..baa .beeniathe!: ,quiet, but A special tax '.of two mills will cover friends the loth 1906. -
on May ,
therefore and selling my treasury. 1FifthI "
'from now on to the date for, holding persons compounding the interest these bonds and'
c op on a special Respectfully yours, '
: the primary, May,15th, we ,Qn'ook for same will not l he required. to secure a tax'of four mills will provide a sink P. A. MCMILLAN. believe the "Mosquito Lagoon, ?s.

( some political! exci menL We now have special j:tax stamp, either as rectifier, ing fund which will take up one $500.00 law" should be amended so as to exclude : '
for wholesale dealers or retail dealers of TitusviJI 'Fla. March 6th 1906.<) all waters south of the north line of Br v.' ::: ',
: three candidates up the..assessbrshipj; bond each year, so that the entire issue ; -
4 k two candidates for representative, and a spirituous or. vinous.. liquors. I am', respectfully can be paid up in ten years. This would Co the Democratic Voters oMJrevard County: aril county'because' infringes'the political l ?

f"t, J contest for.county commissioner the -- yours, make a special tax of six mills to take I beg leave to announce that I will bea integrity .of Brevard county and engenders -

: : new fifth, district. Some candidates doS JOHN VV. YERKES: care of the bonded indebtedness, whileat candidate for tax assessor at the next confusionotlegaljurisdiction. ,:,:

h : not seem to clearly understand the date >C mmlssioo r. present eleven mills is being levied for I primary election, May 15th. My past I believe that the state primary law i

: the committee for fully qualifying work leads me to believe that I am should be amended also so as to allow ',}
set
by county this
: p rpose. qualified to fill the and I will
position
. Meeting County School. Board women to become candidates for office
t-: '- tbircandidacy.with: beir'onty, The revenues of the town are as follows: appreciate the support of all my friends. ;,,
'.. committee for any county office or for.the' The board of public instruction,met on General fund______________-....$1356 57 Yours truly because I am satisfied of the fairness of it ':

S state lWature. 'Candidates in Bre Monday Apr. 2nd, with: full board 'pres Sinking fund--_________________1085.26 W. H. HALL. and I am satisfied that an infusion of the '

. 1 .. vard .can 'qualify "their candidacy. 'with ent., The 'minutes of"the last regular "Interest. fuqd..*_______,____,---- 407.21 purity, of womanhood .into the principle' :
;. : the county, executive committee op to tbe meeting were, read and adopted. ...---- FOB COUNTY TREASURER of office holding would'I add to the dignityand

: ",,,j.', ; 21st io &.,'after which date"the nominations Treasurer's report for Mar. was found Total 4284904 To the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.: cleanness of the public service. ,;

'closed. correct and rede med"warrants were duly There Is'at, present collected from We do not know if Treasurer John Henry Seventh-I believe the disposition or .
j are
:i"
'..." .., cancelled,and! filed,, licenses $850.00, but if the county goes is a candidate for reelection or not, but some of the counties in the state to reduce
- --- --- we are for him and will support him for
,.' : .. J'llUlrCUL SI7MM&ZY.. dry $500.00 of this wbnld be lost. This treasurer at the primary on May 15th. the per diem pay of county commissioners

::'' ..' .-. New Announcements 0 Warrants outstandingiist rep rt. $ 10,531.45 would leave for next year's licenses $350. His FRIENDS. from $100 to $50 per annum ought to be

.t We ca1! attenti'onfthis week to'thefol( !. ,. wued'f this'meetlng' :_-':_ _1,005.31=_ fines and costs--________________$250 00Dog opposed, because it militates against the -

i: lowing political announcements of'candidates ( 11,536.76 licenses____________________ 30.00 FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER .interest of the taxpayers, since good men

. "t. who will go before the primary Warrants'paid in'March'-. ______ 1,96932 Road funds from the county______190 00 To the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.: I cannot serve in these offices on a basis of

'.,, S in Brevard county" : r Receipts from delinquent taxes____ 50 00 The many friends of C. H.Nauman announce absolute loss to themselves.To .
\ .I Warrants now outstanding.____.. 9,56744
: Mr. John R Miotof the second district Making the total annual revenues in the him as a candidate for county these! particulars' and, moreover to
Cash on band..._____1_______ 777.90 I commissioner from the fifth district, subject ,
:: .,announces for reelection as county. '- r .. -- *, future $3719.04 the general principle of government of
the of the Democratic
l to decision
Deficit in funds___._____.-.__._.. 8,789.54 I
:;f commissioner;.Mr. Chas. H. Nauman for The present tax levy is 21 mills, whileif .primary on. May 15th, 1906. the people, for the people and by the

j. county commiseioner from the new fifth i County ITEMIZED school fund.EXPJNDITURES.i : bonds are voted, drawing only 5 prr people, I pledge what little ability I have '

: district; Mr. T. .A. Robinson for county cent interest the total need To the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.: as, also, my honor and good name.
':., For teachers' salaries____.......____If 735.00 levy not l.t J
-it. commissioner from the fourth; district; John R.Walker,salary supt. for Mar.. 75.00 more than 16 or 18 mills. I hereby announce myself ,as candidate WADE H. Jon

1/, Mr; Geo. F. Ensey for tax assessor..The J. B. Walker, ex:press. postage, etc.____ 2.66 I suggest that an, election be called! to for county commissioner for the fourth Titusville, Fla., Apr. 3rd, 1906.
I district the action ofthe Democratic <
to
subject
&- last named makes three contestants for I R. E. Mims, per diem and mileage.____ 9.00 vote an issue of $5000 00, 5 per cent, primary on May 15th.

.- the position of tax assessor. I E. B. Arnold per diem and mileage.__ 11.40A. l0-year bonds, to liquidate the, present T. A. ROBINSON. Treasurer' Statement 4

...'r' -xr-rlrl-j- -S-_ JTT-1_ J.;Carter, per diem and mileage____ 5.80 outstanding indebtedness and for public APE. 1st, 1906. !

- ; IMPBOYS.TBE ROADS E. C. Advocate pub'g statem't_______ 2.00I I i improvements.. To the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.: Balapce cash on hand Mar.1, 1906$ 8,311.05 ,
i fI Amount received in Mar. 190CLu 4,090.12
John Henry, typewriting min. for pub. 2.00 \
I hereby offer myself as a candidate for
GEO. :M. ROBBIXS.:
Lf. .. Twoantbmohiles we're in town last Haney Sch Far Co. desks and freight 31.70 re-election as county commissioner! from Total-1 12,104.17

:5<: Friday afternoon and'tipe'nt reveral hours Am. Book Co.; free books_________-:: 13.05J. the second district and will appreciatethe Less warrants paid in Mar. 1906, and .I'
Work has been commenced in De
V here, the occupants stopping for,dinner W. Dixon work on No. 16_________. 1.25 support of all Democrats. warrants delivered to county com +
.;. at the Indian River hotel and then taking Bank Ft. Pierce Interest Jany to Mar. 4.84 Land on the laying of the mains for Respectfully, JOHN: R. MIOT. .missioners_and board of public instruction (4,172.19; 1 '

Indian River State bank, interest_____ 24.17 the new gas plant to be erected in
ont to Mims and return. One
f.t.: a spin } .was
., steamer of 0: F. Duren, pd janitor No. 6_-_-._-__. 5.00 that city. To the Democratic Voters of Brevard County.I :. Balance cash on hand Apr. 1, 1806. $3,231.93
;j the large White .Mr Huston,
< R.' R. Pyles Supplies for No, I____.___._ ..70 I hereby announce myself candidatefor :The above amount is held as follows:
." 'of North Cocoa, with Mrs. Huston and
John Henry comas cotreas_________6653 J. BALLANTINEThe county commissioner for 1st district Deposited in Indian River State
: their son; the other was the Cadillac car Brevard! Co. State bank, interest____. 9.56 JT. subject to the action of the Democratic bank, as per cashier's certificate attached

-.>: owned by Mr. C. Vnille, R-wkledge: Vm.'indie Supplies for No. .18________ 3.05 death of Mr. J. W. Ballantine, at primary May 15th, 1906. to monthly statement_$ 8.231.9&Balancee

S j.\: who had several friends with him, Capt. the Hatter House, on Sunday, April 1st, Very truly, belonging to each fund are as

.; .:.; Coggin and Messrs I $1002.71 takes from among ns one who, for nearly WM. R. WALKER.To follows:
!, Special Tax School Dist. No. 1. County.. revenue general fund...... f 2436
Mr. Huston informed THE STAR editor twenty winters, has been a familiar fig.
'
"
,
If I road and bridge ......
. \ 4 John Henry, com. as county treasurer 2.60 the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.: .. Sljso
!. .:' that a car with 1012 h. p., cither steam and beloved friend. Mr. Ballantine was building _... JUT
: Total. issue $1,005.31 for resident of I hereby announce myself as a candi. fine and forfeiture H ._ 5.21L14
make 'he between Somerville
:. or gasoline, can ran many years "
date for commissioner from the feeding prisoners .248J5
county ..
I L Cocoa and Titusville,1 the 'road being The" resignation! of Mr. Hnlib Williams' N. J., being one 'of its most prominent third district, subject to the action of the .. sp'l.. r'd.. fd, ,DUt.. 1___-._____ 12.93

) y exellent north of Cocoa as far as Sharpes, as supervisor of school No.;, 15, w-as presented citizens and business men, a director and Democratic primary. .' "* 2....____._. 320.29
.........
- ; and south from..Titusville'f r about two in writing, and accepted. vice president of the Boundbrook National R. A. CONKLING. U .. aa U 3.4 new dist.. 19368 200.00
_ _ *
: t:. miles. This leaves about .ten, ;.miles of bank, a vestryman of St. Lukes P. E. ".. game- warden fund_-,' '------- i-.,IM--_.M_-
' Letter to Jas. L. CarrntheraTltusville The steamer Hamilton, formerlyused property of deceased personi '
.:.._ sandy road between. over which a car of church, and. a mason. On Indian river fund__.._._ ._____.__.__ 5.80
: :-:, .:;', the above power can safely poll over, but Fla. few men were more widely known, and as a revenue cutter by the Federal .'a. school fund (general)___, 5881

4.!:.: is strike and beloved. Government, has been purchasedby special.. tax school dUt 1...._. 306.90
i > of course the speed necessarily reduced Dear Sir: You'd it rich if you none more highty respected 46 .. a. ..

,J-' greatly from that made over good hard could find a way to'shave'your customersin With sterling integrity, good judgmentand the Pensacola bar pilots, and she Special School Fund "C1 State 253.00 aid__ 359.00

-,'. road. less time, for less cost, and make the a kind and loving heart, he endear will be used as a pilotboat Her tonnage

'"._: Mr. Huston says that with a little shave I last twice,or three times as ,long. ed himself all with whom be associat is 415, with a length of 143 feet. Respectfully Toial____,.___ _$ 8. 31.98

;:1, work' at'the head of the river; by filling You would lit shave the same person so ed. As a warden of St. Marks church, She was built In Buffalo in 1871. JOHN HENRY,
'
;':i' in the boggy part of the road with ,sand, many times;or jrtt so much 'of bis money; Cocoa: his counsel and advice were ever County Treasurer.

I !1 .an auto can make the trip very comfortably but the whole"town would be talking greatly valued. .The funeral services at ROBBINS -

V; i(.... from Oak Hill to Mima. This will about yon: |'and everybody would come to the Hatter House on Tuesday, conductedby .

/,> : not be expensive and he Is.willing to you for a shave. : the Rev. Millidge Walker, were at' & KILL. COUCH

.;{t;} assist in doing this work. It seems to us Devoe lead and.l nc is exactly that in tended by a large number of sorrowing GRAHAM AND CURE THI LUNCS

i1};: 1 that this work should attended to now paints. It: takes fewer gallons, and it friends. Messrs. Wm. U.: Sharpe, James CO., .

45 before, the rainy season Beta in, as when wears longer. Costs less for the job, and Capehart. D. Hatter, W. B. Hentz, (Incorporated. Paid up Capital 2500000. WITH Dr. King's

fk f:( : the road Is wet and boggy the object )'OQ.don't. have to do it again for years B. F. Beale and C. R. Tarter pall bear. This company owns landsin .

'ld sought! is much harder to accomplish. and 'e&l'8-iIix years.at least. ers, accompanied the body to City Point the Indian River Conn- New

We hope to see the good work taken "Fewer,' gallons; wears longer." Takes station, where they, were taken to Somerville try on the St. Lncie River, DIscovery .

Fi np by those interested, and: for that* matter fewer gallons to paint a house with Devoe N. J. Being in his 77th, year, he x at New River, and on Biscayne f0 UHPTOS!

,,:, ::;t .. every citizen. and property owner lead-and-zinc than with' mixed paints; had reached the usual allotment of man, Bay. FOR I OUfiHSaai IDe Pfltj ftfFnt '.00

'f.2,' .'.. : ought to feel- 'a deep interest in the improvement and U wean longer'than mixed paints or and 'looking upon the quiet and peacefulface PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.Send lOS Trial

: J_!. of our road 'system, which lead-and-oil, J'Y ars truly, his loved ones found comfort in the for landliit.OrncxsAT. 8ure1 tad Quickest Ou tor ail

:"-.: ,7-... : means to much for the future' development F. W. DEVOK & Co., conviction "He is at rest" after a well : THROAT and LUNG T&OJ7BLM -

<, j of the whole east coast. 32 New York. spent life. TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. orltONST Uc:.
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c: ;. M1ltelNt a.;1t'.lprj0l 0et01W&4OI0i; \ i mrtie'. boof i tile:best : r ;
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:;:1 frir1' .u."tt. appe lleaitiera ohtiet. every':one; who oftoiTforannouncement the'pliicei"This id't chilfte* -"averglaAja";. i-: :
;. : ;;,a coalNiotr !am :: ::: 1 wf-b t t1H''j ater: .t J : : : ... Z
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"i, ,5 eof? 'p4llYiRttgttad life" peophIironld! ""t*' of;ije;,>ioardare:io':-lleeale :ed I,want 'W:ltDeech .he looked upon,tie. "pr1t ,
'\. eeofOre,--'while osbere:! ; iatiii ;' to:be': m'l: Coutrtletea'totakepatf'lle'tbe: tu1IJ1. P-it ,
as 'Id ; .. = ;one of want,wm voU and "" \ : ::
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': ::w. b dWtelahey are ps :i'i. to eapport.Should' you, choose::;m,*;,I pro mint=?of' ,hlslplans:Ior:the"TOClilmioRait.t p ;\' :. d'9, : _' "...i":. ;.;s
.' : 1orsootber'indiridiM seeking- mien that.=).oa-alkali- 'r never' .have eauae soreMtrgtit. >teidsd&Ei uglideLZsrgeet '

4= oa' >' touke$dv"nu' e>;of this' 'I believe.' ""'my large; 'acquaintanceship i r 'in a d-flndr.dw; 'boat DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM. ,.OF.r' < .

;;- 1 il1U ? ;I. ':Qtyt.. .$"'Fbrida;; ;>I" am a your.cooDty,=: Brevard, to.whom I.refer.: wuth'of Tiladelpbfat',, It U'42 .bJ, :'180faet'lonjr ,
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'.Hi s.asnd1dite;-"r-.I'.. :..OOIDmODer.: ;'I you,":will,rvouch." fur my ,fitneea,{or,the ,",wttJa. :500.horIepq1r8r,engine. TARTAR. MAKING. 2 POWDER' .
Fr "F < ; .
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l ..fb birth;entered the Consorrendered ) % .4. pow'erful"modern eoutpmen .F.Lt .
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ll ledende:;'natywben'12 mire' or age;Lind myself} .to. ;''abide by the result;of will be rtidy for 'wort =!W1th1";sit : 11does: riot;'contain, : an :atom of phos- ,:._.: 'r. *
; with tbe 'wrdIforcwujnder the primary, and will the leeks.T oiteechobee. '.
< rapport; nomi--. the,. a1st r '
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2O ea ,'Joeeph.{Johnston,:at Greensboro; need. thereof. ,.a* the. regular election. dredge' ''' wfll- ;be.'ready for4laanchlnethhi'thfrf'daye ; -phatiQacid (which i is the product of bonce.

'fr:i ?*'; *:::1885, it; ;=**!*'**$i &An Florida Yery.n-epectfaUyY. : .Win 'be : ,'.
: -% T. J.'APftETABD, $ : and : twta 'of alum "
acid
%" trkTovet23 rear';.have been in the news LakecityrFlan April 9, lOOts to.the,,: Everglades.. ,;; 'having_ .''the sineegnipment L; ,digested. in sulphuric ) or ; .
jpiperbaaine ee'ai? Hat time have.workyd -1'+ '
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; and power. f which is acid substances ,
J L t :.diligently_and 'faithfully: j. for; the up.bniidin1 In 1887 'an altercation;took' placi on ." I ( : one-third sulphuric ) : s.

b{ !. 'and :;development of thejjafe the :wharf 'In this; city' between:one :Too":feel the life giying 'current the adopted for other baking'powders<< .. .' }

,'I-<.; >G'duringal'tbeae'. ; <. ;'.years, an4iU1. every Jacob Walton, 'colored, .of,.thls' city minute yon take: it. A .gentle soothing { .
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'ieffon.lD''t rJ| :>! ;- ". future' will- .be i. to. that. end' .and, 'one' Scott,',colored,/a .citizen:,.of life warmth: L'8,a filic teal.the pleasure nerves to and take blood Hollister's with f because of their cheapness. : -, V':; :

tt: ini'/whateverposition/: hold; .tunMtboroogbly C.a nm' County.' Walton! ,struck,'Scott I. Rocky Mountain''Tea.- 35'.cents., ;Tea .or .

ri acgnainted :with the :wants 'on''the head 'with a. brick,. Scott,later Tablets. Ask your druggist.FJRST -' .. .,' ,- r
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t ;Lneedi of every: section- of" Florida. ,,aminy'aognidptanCeehip dying'"while en' ronte''to his Dome;:in ..If

t ;| : ': .- and,travel.has led Calhoun. County, '.Walton.evaded':ar SOLID CARLOAD. t .

:tl1r meat. times,into every, :.county.within;Itsborders rest; and escaped .in ,a sailboat, finally .. 1 f V ..
Been .
>> .have1 t! been chosen to:re- O'e'el't' Has. Shipped from ,
"* ; lce. locating In TeL where he i e
4 Galveston,' :
: us Democratic national Dado County. !crops grown in.the State, if property Citizens of "Port Orange, says the
jot! 1A l.con- .I
remained until 'a;ibort. time* sine, \
: ::'venUbna, have',been connected,with the'w"r and (Miami (Me ropoUs.) I attended:and always brings a good Daytona Gazette-News, are protestingvery .
when he 'was arrested broughtto ,
I the excessive
The has
market price. Metropolis vigorously against
since
,state,:.senate in,.Florida 1887 most a
% Apalachicola-:Sheriff A, B. Gibe .The first load M1
solid car of celery .
in
exercised automobilIsts
d' diversified
bfVtbe 'time, as secretary; and can, confidently .- .long ontend for speed by r
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.; to the i duties 'imposed upon me; to any -Jury held this week'upon the convening ssnt North last Saturday from Lemon I i celery. has. not. ,been general here meeting' o_ f the County Commissioners
.t of;the Circuit Court, 'Walton was City by Grifflng Bros., the well kn W1nuraemen. I. lengthy petiUonwas
evening
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f. member of then legielatnre'during [years qgo. .
: indicted for manslaughter.: The prisoner Another car.- ,111 be '
; r asking the board to
r, time ,.,, as, weil'1le.lto.; the/records: in the.t presented
:' .:r.:.. ; 'was arraigned underbids. charge.He 'flided.and shipped by this firm with- The ;.. .
take action the matter.
some on t 1-
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) : archives of the state; bring a that ') The Socialists in Florida will hold a

.; there records 'have never been attackedin 'wa'represented b_dttoraeyaFloyd rot', tie 'neit.few. days.'t' ;' 'I'state convention. in Tampa Saturday, petition alleged that cars .do not .slow f.i. ,

\ the aoprts.y and' Oven. The State wasp The celery was large and of the I April 28th, to nominate a state, and con up going through Port' Orange and .-

.1:-' Rai4t1 commissions 5f nearly all: the resented by Solicitor :Walker. :The I test. quality, experts declaring It asfine gressional ticket, to be'voted on in the that the lives of the citizens, espe. Sj

:J: states (; the Union have, where the 'able counsel, for offence',and defence i as' .any,of them had,ever.seen produced election next November. The present daily the school children, are in jeop. > !

po.I; D_ are judiciously exercised, condnctedfthe case:wltl :much ability I in the State. state headquarters of this organization is ardy. The State law'covers the matter .1l'W

proven* great benefit to the generalpalictiad and.;Tuesday afternoon... the"jury; ra. I The'growing, celery in any quantity -lat Gary, Fla. very thoroughly, prescribing the t

te' there is no reason why.Flor tired- to make .out. a verdict' ,. and'. the' ... rn this sectionis comparatively, a maximum speed at which an automobile t i

.: ids sho Jd. be an exception to.the rule! aix men composing. the .jury' soon"' -Tfrturned' new' :Venture, but now that Grifflng I The thirty-third annual meeting of 'shall run. v W of

0::. :Experience baa pointed out;'defection to;the court room and. thefver: Brothers have proven the attempt successful : will r. ''. S .) '
,- boRailroad( commission law that'are be: diet' "of "not guilty" was read I 'it is probable that its culture the/Florida Medidal .Association .The tru .farmers around; Apopka ; j i : "1

f; 'ing''remedied" by the legislature at each amid ,profound silence.Apalachicola I will soon become general. I. be held in "Gainesville on. April 18, '19 report bumper crops, with big prices .- :, ; fi? !'

U 5, ,aemt0u/ and 1y'ibis' process. within a Times.. Celery'is one of the'mos profitable. I and.I 20. r in sight i .. eTL J
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Ws. All Lode" OD outside > .. '-< st.ockauebakepana Fire backs and top oven plates'ornament. i. i- f }Fy

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'E tbt'children I ?: Arc they' thin,' db he'rcade'of .caDttaEa lop 'and .i :
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know itmikcs.- ..,. -..." -.the.' ,;."blood" ,..t-pureIndTlch "waalorg' anixed, 'about,, ,*"'-year':ago,.., Je Agricultural Implements
yid ,;:and::builds-up i. the the"ii'stock 1'-,owned-" bywell; y ) r .., .

u*, general.., ;'y health''ihlfvcry{, ";ay%T4 Influential t. : .people* .in\Utis! 'cjjtjr;. ;D.. SANFORD FLORIDASPAULDING'S R
5 w4 r : : e fti'dna..e.n.at.1--- *'...a Ntiea1da Armstrong-)- ]JL' A. Armstrong,' L., ; : ft. ,
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.r_ r!I ?, Iatte plfetlpyylwpars.sud." ly l;connected ;with, the'company" ; c4MMMMmTh.Mw'mMwMmkS ,

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,-, .., will;;'probably be vlet .todayand: =n9.====== ==r-

,' .." ,'lelSt.i will Immediately commence. I
r Lw.k ra*Nirstil': W.ptlU* The, people of" Port Orange BASE BALL
r !. t De:bra.:u olaa ou..u.tMI.,
,.,'.... vicinity are: no :doubt highly .. ,
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t ,,1'" ; STOCK GROWERS,MEET. 1'<. as It::will- put them. in, close '& and Sporting Goods are '

Fw r cation with the. ocean front. It,
# intorestlng. Convention. Wai, 'Hlld'In. also'be" "the: of going tor
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Distributed thetrade: in Florida exclusively
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!4 Klalrninee. Last"Week. Orange.from here via the beach,

. ; c .. .. The' .Southeastern' -A Stock Growers' returning via the'county:.road.
t :- ; '.. 'Association convened at the courthouse Dr. 'Van Vah h. who;has TheH.&W.B.DREWCO.JACKSONVILLE U

1 at Klseimmee. last. Wednesday, interests on the beach' opposite ..... ,

: ; and, while the,number of 'delegates Orange, will contract a FLORIDA
:was not as large as was hoped- for yet\ and work on this road :will be i
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g'v, Jrthe Interest,taken:by ,those who were pushed... to completion.

s : 'la.attendance shows that' great- good J Prices on the goods F. 0. B, Jacksonville are the" ;

f t is coming. oat of the efforts of the as- Ctuunberlaio'. Congtf,Bemcdjr the i New York
Lr ill sante as charged: saving considerable :
,, and Moit Popular
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ill in freight. -..
,It was 10:80 a. 'm., when the president "Mothers boy it for'croupy
% railroad men boy it for.severe Send for catalogue and sell Spaulding's Line
'called,the meeting,to order and and elderly people buy it for la
''' owing"to the unavoidable absence of say Moore 3ros.,Eldon, Iowa. "We .Ir=tt=Jt=J.

; Senator Carson,'Prof. :W.,,B. Hinter more pf Chamberlain's Cough
than'any other kind. Jt seems & .
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had the pleasure of ,welcoming the -
taken the 'lead over several other (
x, 'delegates to the city, to 'which Captain brand" There is no question but >:

Rose-responded. medicine is the btt that can be : .
Capt. Rose also, read a paper prepared for coughs and colds, whether it :t.
child or an adult that afflicted. It
r : by,Dr.,C. Dawson, "What, the. ways cures and cures quickly.I Sold F
i J Florida Agricultural College 'Doing Red Cross Pharmacy.; s

for',the :Stock; Grower." President S 1

'U: Gaitskill.then made his address Tax Payment Extended. ; MAP'Es'111.Fertilizers
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' .f n after which,the convention adjourned (Miami Metropolis.) *
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r until after dinner. By request: of County Tax
rt At 2.30 pi: m. the'convention was AC. .
T. N. Gautier, Hon. Croom i -
!' called to order and a paper prepare4 Cot4ptroller'has ?
:granted an
( "I by Weather Director Mitchell on "How ot time for the5 paying"of all ; <
Climatic Conditions Affect the Stock
and county taxes InDade county I
t j rower.u wan read. ,J. P. Conroy, of HIGHESTGRADE .:
ty days from March 31st to April
; Jacksonville then made an'adress on
.. Inclusive. ,The request for this -
... "The .Packer and Stock Grower!" and BEST CROPS .
lion of time for the payment of,
was followed by Governor B. Brow
t wash made by Mr.Gautier on LARGEST RETURNS i
and on "Comparative Returns Per
of the slownessin which the, -
i Acre From Crops Produced in Florida < l
are paying their taxes, and"to
and Other States. Relative to ,Ex. Perfect Safety in their use. Send to the nearest :. ,
their property later on being
pense.It to to sale, and because"' agent for circulars and price list showing; dangers of

rjr' i ilti(. A general r exchange of opinions as turther time would be to'the using acid materials on our light, sandy soil and
to range conditions and observations
of all concerned. how losses made by farmers last
great were
year
pt' of the effect of good .blood on ,the I'i
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: fJ.: : range was indulged in by a number r throughout the state. .
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'J> 'tt: j < The Elks Lodge of Lake City at
of led the Pro
'1' delegates by Secretary
. '.j recent meeting decided: upon AGENTS:
. Tern, W. A. Ldghtsey H. J. Moody,
.,, -J t J. M. :Lee. J. F. Obery R. Donegan and specifications for a club house

t.,. i,t' and Vice President Murphy. cost $3,000 or 110,000. It is to : E. L. BRADY & BRO., Tituaville

,i Z. C. Chambliss, of Ocala,then reada on the banks of Lake De Soto and JOS. PAXTON, Rockledge- '

: fl. t a 'paper on "Lessons! and Conclusions include.an opera house a dance <

j 11_ from A Visit to the Last International a lodge room and parlors. The J. M. SANDERS, CocoaR.

:'. f1.. Stock Show in Chicago," and was followed will also put a numberof, launches E. MIMS, BonaventureS.

'j ;j .by WIp. Edwards, of Plymouth, rowboats on the lake. The building .
BERQMANN.Merritt
t ,I., on a'"Good Hog." to be constructed of concrete
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:: This ended the regular program.- work is to be begun on it at an a .

, Mr. Conroy proposed that the old officers date. I

l'- ( be unanimously reelected and :
About Rheumatism
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it was so ordered. <. (
I. There are few diseases that inflict
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, For ft Weak IMfMttan torture than rheumatism and there

", J r No medicine can replace food butChamberlain's probably no'disease for which each K
varied and useless lot of remedies
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1 been suggested. To gay that it can ;
, will help you to digest tour food. It I cured is, therefore a bold statement
of food taken that
0' : is not the quantity i
make, bat Chamberlain's Pain
i ': gives strength and vigor to the system, which enjoys aQ extensive: sale, has ?
:t but the amount digested and assimilate with great success in the treatment Ladies'and l Gents' Furnishingsi
,'{ 1 If troubled with a weak digestion don't this disease One application of
these tablets trial. Thousandshare
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.:' ; been benefited by their use. They of sufferers have testified! to DRY GOODS, NOTIONS '
; only cost a quarter.. For sale by Red
cures by its use.1'hv suffer when
I Cross Pharmacy.The Balm affords such quick relief and Boots. Shoes, Stationery, Novelties, Etc.
but a trifle? For sale by Red Cross !
Fort Christmas correspondent ,
x acy. Eau Gallie Florida
j ? of tie Times-Union writes that the ,

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big spring up now --- -- -

: progress. On Monday the 19th twen.If CASTOR IA

t ty men with their ponies and an ox REGAL
for Infuts and Children l -
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i days from the first start. This annual Spark Ignition, Automobile Type

-:. Wing pf the cattle men though 8.'P.; DUaU.Agent.

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,. is looked forward to as the'event of Florida and perfect mixture. Ignition system is like an automobile and .

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) the first drive it is necessary only'togo \
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-=L 00 Jed to co ofteD, ;private cabins;,gymnaahim,. electric' of the old warship Constitution" as :ibow' is a. harmless' substitute for .Castor;Oil Paregoric 1

.=61.: ,.aodtoget up m&D1ttmel' baths ,and,. palm garden: She 1i1T0a vessel, and her ,name may be ,' Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant It I ,# -

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/f." '". 1' tt 1t dI, for;its aoa.oI eon. lUleapreapadq' of. ,3,150 besides a The naral'bill irlll' carry. a'total of $99...' substance Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms' _

... the most crew'.r of- -..f0.'' I" .." 750,000. and allays Feverishness.. It ,cures Diarrhoea'and Wind '

7'j aCy4w Reed a TO4Ww you thoulddtaeovwy L ve the Welding Copper and ,SteeUA Points -.nateR.t.: Tan. Colic. It relieves Teething-'-Troubles, cures Constipation .:

Tiaat.old'!..druiIIstt,IaSOD.IDCISI.r .aims, .:,French;:engineer is now enlisting u'The 'discussion of the :rate bill continued and Flatulency It assimilates'the Food, regulates tho : .

_< .:pay t-, bottle..O f"this American'capital develop his proc-' to hold first place In the senate Stomach and ,Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep .. ..c.

.....a book:Out totiiMN ea of,welding, copper and steel .It Is many ;elaborate' speeches being de Children's Panacea-TLe Mother's-Friend.
: _ut It.both sent" expected that'this =:combination .vlll livered. :
':.-'""to11 froebymait. largely'take the place of solid copper McCumber (Rep r N. D.) said,he.Intended
j' fiddNM Dr..Kilmer & 'lIc IIIIeI.I. : Inthe 'transmission electricity{ It to vote, for the bill and bethought o. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS -

., CG.t-ttiil jmy*L* %I on I.tkf pim*i**:When wrtttncmeo- will'also houseful, In,the manufactureof would be passed but that It

:; i,readinj this jenerous offer in thb papeu7Dm'tmakeuy cooking utensils A: plant for this would be "the worst disappointment Bears the Signature of .

mistake 'bat remember purpose' fa'being equipped at Cb ater. that has ever'befallen'a really Injured '\..''
", "the name Swamp-root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Pa., .whore steel :Ingots: and bars will and expectant 'people. He said thatIt ,
Rootr spa the address, Binghamton, N.' Tn: be turned out coated with copper 'aluminium would mean the death of competition
bottle.FOREIGN. _
yea
every ,.silver or bronze in the form and that changing the rate making

rc ; of sheets or wjre.# power from railroad managers to a

,!...>,i;; .,_ I' political board would not affect In the .
-t.. .. ',, slightest degree rebates or other, evils. '
I LEGISLATIVERate I He thought the bill .would lead ulti The KM You to
1f f- Always Bought
: .ExMutlen Lieutenant Sehmidt' .. mately to government ownership. ,

The; revolutionists of 'Russia are Bill Dividing Jhmocrata. Spooner (Rep., Wla.) finished his two .

&c i i ; .treating as ,a' hero and a ;;martyr the The continuation of"the' senate debate days' speech by arguing that Bailey's In Use For Over 30 Years.

} memory of ,Lieutenant Schmidt the on the Hepburn railroad rate fix- plan of preventing lower court review The eiBTMIII oor.uv. &UMf.TM
ilred. :admirar of the naval revolt htAk ing bill has tended to widen differencesof would be In direct contravention of the -.'.,

tu 1:.Sevastopol In November last.who was opinion on ',.the' Democratic side, constitutional guarantee against taking f
where at.the outset there appeared to property without Just compensation -
March 19. When. Schmidt
,executed this could not be carried -
be almost unanimity ',This divergence as guarantee I
wati outs'j th his three sailor -
companions
; Jed has occurred largely In connection out.without temporary power of Injunction The climate of the East Coast of Florida
to be shot he said to the
tI sixty with the,amendments offered by Senator by the courts. ,
t sailors of the firing squad "I die for ,Bailey of Texas. One of these pro Knox (Rep., Pa.) said the bill was is nearer perfection than that of any

ff ,the'Russian people and the Fatherland. video that aerate shall afford, "a Just unpractical because'unconstitutionaL
"j/lif :and:many, of you doubtless will hereafter -, compensation". for the service per- He offered a provision for the preven- other ,place on earth..i 4 4i

.. : die .for.the same cause." He.re-. formed. Another provides for review tion of unnecessary delay In putting thecommission

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j, :> death with bead up and eyes open, riot operating to suspend.the commission's .regulate the. application for an'njunc-
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aY!', falling until the foutth volley'Throughout rate pending a.court declsloa., A number tion to be be- ,
.t- Russia:thousands at workmen wore before the 1
of Democrats are known to be opposed
'i crape and funeral services were held to these amendments. Senator fixed for I i

.: In the,chapels-of many factories. Bailey,withdrew from the debate jipon commis- ; .

: African. Leader Foils Germans.. receiving news of the death of his fa order. As I "
TIt
{ ': Jacob' Morengo.. the last 'and'most ther at New Orleans. was Knox's 1

i>l<;;, powerful'.of the'native rebel leaders of The senate's resentment over numer- formal ad- /JL i

1i German southwest Africa, has succeeded ous attacks upon its character in mag- he was iI
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; ; In_eluding a big Jerman expedition azines and periodicals found vent when mark

M.\ with field .and machine guns. SpeakIng Senator:: Lodge of Massachusetts rose attention by

: h of this In the German reichstag, to discuss the rate bill. He said It had men of all .-.
;t'fi former' Commander_ Deimling l of the become the fashion!to' indulge In furious shades of opin- Of Ornionft5tkAiiu4thi&

1t. African colony said it was a mistake' attacks upon all our Institutions of ion and from t

* to 'regard Morengo as a savage, as he government upon our character asa crowded gal

.*'k ..; is an intelligent farmer who wears- 'people. He thought this a miserable leries. He de-

English'riding, clothes and speaks good, c lUng. He particularly criticised Commerce fined the courts

,Dutch. Commissioner; ;Prouty for stat as an Integral
ing that the courts and other public Senator Knox. and 'Vital part

Qig French,,Mhting. Strike. bodies are owned by the railroads. The of our government. He called atten- :

I A general' strike'has been proclaimedIn of : magazine writers he said seized upon tion to the tact.that the power of the I II

the northern mining districts the excitement of the moment to ply courts has its source lathe, constitutionand I
following the excitement over I :
Prance, their trade. He saw great dangers not In congress, and because congress I f
the death''of 1,200 men by an explosion lurking in this ,readiness to criticise has the powef to create lower

9f firedamp>> at Courrieres( The immediate our ""ngtitUtio Criticism of Individuals federal courts It did not follow that, 1
strike was to enforce -
object of the
was of Uttle momentAs congress created their p wer. He .!'
fi a demand for better wages. More to the rate bill he argued in favor thought that congress merely applied

i1 than ,80,000.workmen. were ,affected of Increasing 'membership of the the power or distributed it ,ui tae ftaou Orug Crony PlAeapple J'lutatloJJl
BerJl>DBrots were reported in progress I Jateratete commerce commission to Coceuit 6rom sal Vegetable Firm of tie coutrj trlfciUry to ;

',mntt troooa. Jab been celled>'Uw. $.\'i\> aloe and tocreastog Tell saa]") eB \\> Y.b"U'm"1 Bott%,w. tocLx iuPES, un: WORTH sa*EISE&JXB BIXlviV I

,, OT W, : I12t1p0 pet year co as to endow a* < .
; The %\ t\1.dt.\n pains characten wo? ; rre web hvs )wU& -vUtt.ILOBID1 \
y .,'....ident' Palma Be-.leeteiPresident I committee "with the highest- possible ttamtfAsm and eciaU'ca are quictfy relieved -
Tomas Estrada Palma of I character." by applying Chamberlain's Pain EAST COAST RMLWiT.Railway..

Cuba was duly re-elected by the pres- I Senator Spooner of Wisconsin who I Balm. The great pain relieving power of l

.gfe5- idential electors at Havana. I spoke next, attacked the constitutionality the liniment has been the surprise and
; of the Bailey amendment arguing delight of thousands of sufferers. The !

i -- that If congress can limit the inherent quick relief from pain which it affordsia
I alone worth many times its cost. For ,I
.EXECUTIVEIT of the lower federal
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., sale by Red Cross Pharmacy.OASrOn.ZA.. I
what the constitution
courts they are not t

New Ambassador to Austria. intended.. : A II 1 I

Charles 8 Francis of Troy N. Y. To Improve Consular Service. _lie Ite Kind Yu Haw Always bou tiSgaatue !
the per of teMtlM look,M Eut Cast of I'1orl4&,1ed ot ; 4
nominated succeed Bellamy The senate bill reclassIfying consular copy sup
11 has 'heen, service and increasing salaries to PeaisMlir Florida, u4 other iafbnutloa, 4dres
ambassador to Austria. i **.
Storer aa the extent of $110.000 a year has been J.K.PAKBOIT, I.P..IaWITIf, 1.D.1mlle.
= It. was reported by the house. ""J'N'U '-aa.sr.Iris,........ &.i.?.A.
approved
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'rt that the retirement -
Statehood Bill In Confe nce. ST. ACGCSTWE, FLA. .
1' of Storer i
4 i was due to in- The plan of the bouse leaders to have itijaIWHEN

;.- attention to duty the statehood .blq u amended In the
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I' he having senate referred to a conference committee SEABARD'
been"absent between the houses was carried "

i from biB post out notwithstanding that forty-one
almost continu- Republicans opposed this policy. l
.AIRLINE RAIL VSTAY.
ously. Mr. Store No Philippine .Fortification
f
1 ; became prominent On motion of. Senator Teller (Dem., -FOR-

in Ohio Colo.) the senate Toted 25 to 23 against
Savannah Columbia Southern Pines
largely .
L, politics the appropriation of money for seaport i

a ,, through aspirations the social fortifications! in' the Philippines. At YOU SHOOT Richmond Washington, Baltimore. .

., the same time the appropriation for !You wan!to BIT vbat yon are aiming at
cD 1> of his wealthy Hawaiian fortifications was reduced to I -be it bird beast or target Male you Philadelphia New York
CharlesS.
ht
Francis.wjfc, a sister of ibol coast by shooting the STEVENS.For ,
Nicholas Longworttfa father. Mr.l 1260.000. 41 yean STEVENS ARMS have
Generals Retained. carried oil PREMIER HONORS fat AC-
Lieutenant
Francis lathe owner and editor of theb TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. n
CURACY. Our fine:
the
has compromised question -
The house
student at Cor-
While a
. Troy nell be Timex was: 41stingu1 hed. as an oara- of abolishing the grade of .lieutenant office Rifles Shops PistolsAsk SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL. '
<' beeoming the single scull Intercollegiate general by agreeing that the I Ir.
,. 'man: shall remain until Oct. ,'2 In order .
.it' r Dea.uiuSa.14 cts is stampsststatheSras'EYS
i T champion. that Generals Corbin and :JJacArthur {* i ihpa e Catalog. MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. y j jI
If oUaia of complete A
Weof yoo caaaut siap.a.ae
From
; Later Report; reach that exalted station before ship dire>.t. isfrttt '-aca.icbouk refci-
may
gave out a dispatch frrflsj ap+.. .*c fnc present andshooters.
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The war department retirement. \ J
their tecet-sdcatalogrrsa pnls' the ONLY LZNE
,from Major General Wood saybw
,f" Oat aenaational 'cables relating to Cannon; Answers fthackbford. &. tifulhratologAlnminumBwger.il! Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eats.
made Shackleford (Dem., be forwarded lor 10 cents in sumps.J .
; bad been Representative
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......1JJ: up In llta11 an4 ttat no reference had Ho.) continued his attack on Speaker Stevens Arms & Tool Co, For fall information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent or .
. p 'been made to the dispatches from Cannon, charging. the speaker with favoritlam ?.O.Box OM to V
t> y women r -- wnA.. 0. MAC DONELL, S. C. BOYLSTON, Jr., ,
: : vh'c1.o, to tiNe kllllaff of; for bVfailure to: recognize ;
to the CBICOlD IALL8.1U8&.V.8.A. Asst. General Passenger Agent Passenger Agent. :
MI 'fensn ;l8Dt 'Wbo 11 1d bills ready 'to be
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I 1 tfID.t' :Sunday';!last. They ch. red M I':;and Mrs.: s. & Owens !(are,to,be = = = = =}faiJi ii V afa
,Sr, ; L4 LW t.U; f tale Imo asset congratulated 'on the :arrival of a 121W;
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'-:. ,... "" t.i .t. 4iKoujrouu launch'.ono of the ;comfortabie SCHWAB CLOTHING CO,
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J 'Mr.' &b .of Scrantnn..ra.. filAlex. "
", { r. % : his contractfoi 0o Ttie iday. $1.50 to $10 ,&11" '
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rW '&' '. The,:dancerTaeedaj evening' .JiO'I ,: and 'John: ,'Fergoaon vaccoinpanieMn < Smyrna,' were down, .with, their.stereopticon KNOX, STETSON andUOVSEN
f f so,1eJ-!. ttteudtd ia nensl,.bat those whoM -N aran fhi' ', well driving'plant to last Thursday and gave'an entertainment

.;t",, .R,.._ .':..# :"' estate. _en,J-, ,:".: t"It._ttioroa" gb"" "1 l .'_" ,,J" p.i Hardeeville. Monday.. in, the ; hQrcl The pictures_were L I Jl4 1
::& ,1i;: ' .Mias Hankt' ,Lae key' t aoco" 1D ied i -Cards-"- of.invitation- r to': a'; ball- given? by fine, but owing to some trouble with the ui $1.Otor3 It

c f F r JIra,'Robling home. regretting, exceedingly gasoline the light was not as clear as it = =:J.= = _
., the cadets of-the K. M. I. at Lyndon, '
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Ji>- .'' to, leave'the' Sunny 8ogth: .Ky., have been 'received by ;numbers of might have. been. There"was quite a good I EDWIN CIAPP'8 and.

.li L. .,; :Mrs. M, .Roblin 'left'! >;:Tuesday for her our society'people this week The ball.is audience.. ." fill CBOSSEfrs }FINE SHOP

{ A"i.; home in Scranton Pa.,}befog telegraphed! I for. ,this Friday, night, the-13th.A ., : On Friday' )last Mr. and Mrs. W. A.

,, k; .for on account of thef_ severe sickness ofherbrotb'er Waraock and the Rev. Robert Wick iii s 81tOS.l o. TgL1L
1% ;;l ( ,. party of tourists visited ,Cocoa Tuesday : -
,:t'le',... :Pc.. ,; .> "..'T* **** left Eldora for New York; following Mrs. ,. .+.M1FaS y .
.r' ..via launch. Among those on .board .
" .,* ? "-:. Mr. and .Mrs.'John(List:Crawford accompanied were"the Misses Danforth.:of Olean, N, DeQrauw and Mr. and Mrs. Willetts whole rQfUENQIJAL1TY"

gf. : vte'. ', '.by: tti8\;parents.C of the latter, Y., and Mr. and Mrs ,William Horning the Monday before.'. Mr and Mrs -- Fine Shoes for Ladies \

"*:f >{: .} .)(r.\.andMn.\J.bnA. Carter, Jett'wed.- of the same-city. Mr.;,.and Mrs. Harry Horace Summerall now, have charge of '$2.50 to $3.50Tbei -

'.1.. ne day for New' York visiting Daytona Hodgson also in the Mrs. DeGrauw's winter home. j U ,, ,_,_, _
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party. ss J=r=Jr=J=== = r= = ;;: -- ,-- I, I.._._" .
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:I'"' I :a.few ,days on ,their route to.their north, ,. .On SaturdayMrs.; Julius .Moulton and KA::
JY brands are recognized leadera i stele,fit and flaiib. Bold only fey leaden
*'.w '>>:':,-i 4',. ... era home. T AU smart uptodate'women of today Mrs. Moulton Sr. and Mrs. Scott left
t-,c *.'<: Know how to bake, wash sing and play Eldora' for"St. Louis, via New THE LARGEST UP TO-IATE CLOTHING HOUSE ON EAR COA&T IXOKIDA ,
':, .,"c.: Mra.: -:JanwafL' Crawford;entertained : ; ; ; Smyrna .
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,:;* !,-.l" = her friend.'and neighbors in the groundsof Without these talents a wife is N. G.' where they spent Sunday with Mr, and Complete line of everything that men and boys wearWe

jl'{T. \ Dr. C.L., Hill! to an .oyster roast on Unless hhe takes Rocky. Mountain Tea. Mrs. R. S. Nelson. Mrs. ,Moultou had a sell the best that money can buy
evening,* eevea sat down Ask your .&. : 'comfortable 'and substantial boat. house
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--f.: Saturday Sixty All goods marked in plain figures strictly to
; one price all
; .%Bn;;..- to sapper, ,ttblea, groaninf under. the ARTKSIA t built" before leaving. .

, a Jfi.;:J: weight, of :good things,. A very pleaaant in We are very sorry to have to report MAIL: : ORDER.S A SPECJAL'rxJAMESPBITCHARD. -
Miss Jeffords Ar.tesia
eta i'--'* evening ,was spent sitting_around ,the Lilly was calling. .the loss by fire the home of Mr. and Mrs.T. .

f-.,t.-.' "t fire with music and .&on .... Monday M. Adams. It was discovered in the President. W.MBBOWNYhxPareldsai
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,- .. -_ _-- __ A number of our people are suffering WINSTON s.
-' 'c -: east end of the attic about noon on Mon BRA.mnNG, Cashier_
:4> .r'o: : 4 Keep your: bowela'regular by the use fl'OlIt.cofds. : .and sore throat. 'day and if there had been sufficient helpin

_y.\:'.*- i* 'of Tablet Chamberlain'a. There'-it nothing Stomach better and' ,Liver- 'For: The children are very busy studyingfor the first place might possibly have INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK Y
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:; \.' ;' sale by Red Cross Pharmacy: .: a geography' game for Friday after- been extinguished but the wind was -
-<> ., noon. very strong and in a short time the fire
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'0' OBOBQUN:, i Misses Genie. and Rosa' Stewart, of wasbeyond control. Some of the furnitureand Capital----_.._..$100.000.00 ;

Mr. Waldo Clement" of. New York. I Brantley, .are visiting Miss Mattie Tuten dishes were saved but most of the Paid up Capita____..______.__$ 25,000.00
'' .. arrived Saturday night to spend a week this week. furniture and clothing on the second Average Deposits.----------..1300,000.00 ''-

with Li8 i family, floor was burned. Fortunately the other TRANSACTS A ___
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+ Mrs Schofield spent Saturday and '
< Mrs, Provoet J has gone;to her.home at Sunday with her friend Miss Annie buildings on the place were saved by General Banking Business. {;-
using the water from the tank and they I
where
ahe can be with her
Coquina, Stewart, of Brantley.Mr ; .- Largest and Oldest
are not without shelter. Mrs.. Adams
4 mother and nearer to PA HoghleU. '
R.n Tuten and Bank on the IHver.Exclmnge .
,. family visited at Mr. devoted herself to saving the bees or
Mrs. ,Mary Newel Taylor and ,Baby and Sold All __ ,
R. B. Stewart's beautiful home, at Brant she have saved Bought on 4
might more personal
= : Dudly, of Eaa Gallie,.spent Monday,and ley, two days last week. Foreign O>un riea. f '" _
effects from the houee. Mr. Adami'WI8 _
:- '- Tuesday with friends.. in oar little village. Patronage appreciated. Prompt service,
.bar.., Chandler and family spent Saturday in New Smyrna and arrived home too polite treatment and every favor consistent .. p
. ; \ Mrs Odell: and jam'i11! and. a large and Sunday at Canaveral, guests of late to help save any thing from the with conservative banking granted.CORRESPONDE. _

'f-:. .party of friends spent last...Saturday a'iji Messrs. Quarterman and Copeland.MELBOURNE. house. Mrs. Mason and :Mrs. Hutchinson : -

i # : the beach :at Oceaooa The day,waa fine I ; had rooms there, expecting to leave Empire Trust Company, N. Y., Florida =
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Bank &Trust
Company Jacksonville.Fla.
and the good. i
: bathing ontuually
L'; for the north Tueasday and lost nearly

tf ,: Mrs., J. ,A. Odell gave 'a launch party Dr. Geo. W. Holm of Sharpes, has all of their clothing and some money and TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.SCREENS.

; on Monday night, to a number of her been a welcome visitor in Melbourne jewelry. .Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones lost S

: .' friends. The moonlight waa very beautiful lately. nearly all of their clothing and provisionsbut

''j- c' and all had a very pleaaant time. Born. to Mr., and Mra Claude M. Beau- their new stove was saved and Jack's,

i', Mr. and Mra.; F. G. Kiogman will jean a little girl. Mother and babe are gun. It was a handsome house and Oak ei

If. \ arrive ;in Georgiana this week on their doing well. Hill is a loser, as well as Mr. and Mrs.

r ; way from Miami to Kenosha, Wis. They Hon. Geo. R. Lyon invited a numberof Adams and everyone sympathizes with For doors and windows

will probably spend some time here and friends to a trip in his fine launch to them and also with fro and Mrs. Jones,

tJ-' at Rockledge. Cocoa Beach last Wednesday.Capt. Mrs. Mason and Mr. Hutchinson. Un- covered with any wire...

f! Everyone is enjoying the beautiful Sam Martin's boat, the Dreamer fortunately there was no insurance.
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CO.
:'. weather. Strawberries and mulberries takes jolly parties to Melbourne Beach ;

are plentiful and delicious. A few guavas and other points of interest almost daily. R.. L. MOTLO Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material. I
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.' are beginning to ripen and the peach and Daily cur winter visitors are leaving Eau Gallie, Florida. .
pear trees are promising a fine crop.
us most of them saying good-bye for

& ; Cora Mnnson bad quite an exciting only a time as they express desires to J.B.WALKER. H. B. MACE. ':=

t.>: time with a large coach whip snake on return next season.

; '. Monday. It was determined to breakfast Mrs. Sarah A. Crouger and charming JOHN R. WALKER & CO., : s

.;; on her 'baby chickens. When killed it
daughter Miss Josephine .
Granger pleas
'C measured over five feet and was beautifully Titusville Fla.
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ant guests of Hotel Carleton, left Wednesday
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;;-. > marked. for their Covington Ky., home. '
,i The children of Georgiana will bunt
Mrs. Gaines, daughter of Mrs. C. V. DRY
> Easter usual afternoon GOODS
.: eggs as Monday
Price and granddaughter of Capt. West,
; from 2:30 to 5 in.the grounds around the ,
left for her northern home. Mrs. Gaines
;,' > Munson home. Every one is invited, the MIN
has made a number of friends during her
; ', children to hunt the eggs, the older people here.
stay
: to visit and look on. CLOTHING
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Mr. Chas. R. Faran caught number
; Mrs. J. A. Odell and cousin, Mrs. Net- i1'As,' .
of large fish Tuesday which delighted a
tie Durham and little June and Harriet
Fine Liquors Wines, Beers
goodly number of the Carleton guests.
;:!. Odell all left for Evanston on Tuesday. GENTS'
Mr. Faran id one of the most successful! Ales Stout Etc. FURNISHINGS
:; ./. They will stop off at Chattanooga and fishermen. ,

!$.\ .-' visit a few days in Indiana on their way TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA .- ,
Melbourne's several homes that .
ff-:. home. We hope to see them again next new {t .Send me your orders !
tb'. are nearly complete add much to the SHOES
",.c. .- winter. _
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Iio appearance of our town. Let all our prop ,

; This is the season of listlessness, head- erty owners now look to keeping their

*: aches and spring disorders. Holiister1, homes well painted and neat gardens.Mr. .
f : Rocky Mountain Tea is a sure preveuta- FMILLINERY .
\ J tive. It makes you strong and vigorous. and Mrs. Williams and interestinglittle ;

(. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Ask jour drug- eon, Master George, left on Thursday ,

gist. __ for their home in Waukegan, they
have been visiting their parents Mr. and :
:: KAU GALLIK.
Mrs. Geo. R. Lyon and bad a most delightful 2 FURNITURE.
Raja is now needed.
time while here. The charming
Shell is still being placed on our streets
have made
,,-- young people many friends
Mr. Sullivan has sold out his groceryto who regret to see them leave but hope :. = = :;: .: : : : : : :::: : :;: t

J. R. Mathers & Son. for their return next winter. We want
your patronage.Our .
:' Wm. H. Mnnn baa caught a fish. He
; is now ready to return to Holyoke Mass. Just Became I aim is to please YOU.
Your cold is only in your throat and "
.:-: More citrus trees are being,budded and New, Up-to-Date Goods in
does not trouble you now, don't think FIRE every
set out in form. The pomelo variety INSURANCEABSTRACTS
J' grove that it needs no attention.:When it has Line.

predominates i ii not had much of a start is the time to

i '. Moonlight sailing was the correct thing check it. The slightest:cough easily leadS Mail orders receive prompt and

t daring the past week; the moonlight and to pneumonia, bronchitis and consumption I careful

.! breeze being favorable.Mr. A bottle of Ballard's Horehound REAL ESTATE attention.

"" and Mrs. William Horning of will that The
: Syrup cure cough. price

! .. Clean, N. Y., are the gums of Mr. and puts it in the reach of all. Sold by Red MORGAN & WALTON JOHN R. WALKER & CO Titaille! Fla:
Titusville
.')Ara Harry Hodgson. this week. Cross Pharmacy. Fla. .

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