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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 20, 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: UF00075901:00361
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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,...:'t..'.x-':. .:.'7-':'.? .-tr',, "I'I't't'}''bi t i week __of bar,T".itltt .piiftM,just of .fine' shoes;'ever:.shown .on' ;the ,Silk Eolienne in all the latest shades SbietMol iboit t tHe People of. Titan

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4T: \.:.i.J1I.'I'R" "V. FFAOTiNDGOSIPtACba I.you:wlba .toriaouidaejt;- t line;;:we'..iU\\ ve.:your' shoe.. trade .for.i !per yard special) 25 cents, Monday only. IATTERS OF SOIE1NTKREST '
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;.....:'!,' ; ,'{";., -;So 4 !fiItITM"" ;; pnceperyard' i-V 18 c.nt..i. ?J!;' '<,:- /they are beauties, It is worth your while to examine: these Up the Weekly lel
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,.. i ". >--\' ".,. '8hipmnj08t in of .children's even yon care purchase just
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_--> OJ.:;;; .'., ln..otLtQnngeiea ;; ;regular (, : swiss, 30. incbes'wide., worth Mr J. E. Pace of Sanford, of the
-;, !.: !. ,, {: thig weed.Meet: in: 'town..; Wahoonobattate,large"aftetyof. ; ; pat* every pair guaranteed not to rip. or"..& ar..we' 25.cents a yard,:at a special price of 15 oid'tirae residenta of Orange county, was ,
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fMrl laa corsets
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ii :x batiste jarfe'varijrtjrof
_ Hojlly : pat yna, of coutil with attached Miss Aunie Jones spent from Friday
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.'k.,. ;;.;;::st'Jio."V'. ),,,. .J.tr. ; ,- : patterns., we place oq some Stetson to complete the term. .
:: ?( ,; ,' attk'Ui; ::foot rae+eaDottt' for.sale cheap. regular price per.yard 10 cents.; white wash belts handsomely embroidered :

fl ApPI'ilO.tbfaoftlC8.=1Two rait... of saifr., Dotted: swisi:.m1 alins'all'tihadeeregu.lar i ;: \i IH SOCIALBelttiBg AFFAIRS OF LIFE pearl buckle; worth 50 cents at a Mr. A. J.Sembler.ofSebastian.8pen'
BfIt elK < of 29 cents.
: hC: ;" ; "' .' ; special price several days in town this week among s
:; i 1' <:""')''''''' ;;.t.: : ', 'l: price per jard 15 cent: ., Heatherbloom taffeta underskirts
; QJ;;R. Walkerh his friends and called'on Tire
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_ P1 ielhool.dntiee: :. ,, .returning home $2.00 each. Miss Edith Paterson of Philadelphia} *
.Ji Violet white and ,. *
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A. C. Gallons Devoe. heavy beautifully
: 'catches F; Ginghams, regular: :price 'per Fewer ; Longer; gowns, .
; } :rmaktnf;:soroe excellent" : of smallThey lard 12} ants.'Figne4chauiee. trimmed with embroidery or torchon to return>north next week. }' '
f asstwhidng report that 'Georgiana items were received too late worth 79
,4fft: ) : lace $1QO, Monday only cents.
Mr. Mindaville has
A'Hie wing ti better all along t the' river, limited quantity. regular for insertion in this week's paper, Ladies'. ready made underskirts with practically completed
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W price per yard 8 cents. Mrs. Powers and of St. wide embroidery and 12 rows of tucking, the placing of- his telephone poles -
daughter son,
'<_ J"J 5 Nannie! Oaruthers, ofClearwater>> :Merceriied. zephyrs:' good selection : ;. worth $1.50 Mondav only 98 cents. between Titusville and Cocoa. Soon we
"-:> spent 1 last week with her
Augustine, son,
= bere'Wedaeadryio.ai4en4 the Misses' and children's. madlof.
drawers
r'grritpd '
# ; ': } regular price per yard 35 centa. will have telephonic communication between
: &*$ '*;:.conference and also 1 visit her : Mr. Alex. Powers. a good quality of lonadale with wide these two*
t Violet chiffon, in at!| the shades; regular rnf&V 25 places. #
a alri: for a few days. Mr. J,'W;Thompson, of Chicago, special cents. r
err G'E..Frady; special
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5 = .; price,per, yard .Children's nnderwaists, made of best Judge Penney and family are stopping =_
} M 1f: pt'Ira, s."fbuvaat, of Oak Hill! J house Now we,could go on but the above will representative' of the Crown piano and quality of cambric'with two rows of but* for a few weeks with Mr,'and Mrk E. L.

: t1f ;t. ( tied... accompanied: by 'his.eon,.came give you'an idea,: ,We invite inspectionand organs paid oar office..... a pleasant call patent tons for buckle petticoats for and drawers sizes, from also with 1 to Brady until Mr. Berge and family.re- .
afternoon. garters
:x.k't .if'" :"Tnelda1 appointment, to meet will give any cnstomer the coming Monday 14, 25 cents each.. torn north next month, when the Pen- ;_

,feb-v- tili r;i.\ pL=O..A, Qtiarterman,' of.the Chester week 10 per cent: off from any of the Mr. D. N. Cone, of Benton, Florida Ladies' white linen handkerchiefs neys will occupy their home again./

:tj : A\ r.hones:.of>> refuge... price made above, ,ASK FOR' IT I. arrived here the latter part of last week .worth 15 celts, at a special price'of 8 Special train No. 61, with, Capt. McCor-

rLW r Mrs ,S Morris 'and<< daughter, of Faithfully yours, on account of the illness of his daughter. : cents.
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: : Pears' transparent soap, this is an ex mick in charge went south the latter r
'4i fttl eiap,;Ga..,' arrived: at.Cocoa( )last week" : pHN It,. TALKER! '4100. Mrs. A. A.: Monroe. cellent soap special 15 cents per cake. part,of last week to carry to' Jacksonvillethe

,"j where Mire Morris,will jsit for a month ,Candidates before the May primary ; Packers' tar soap;special 19 cents. National Association of Railway

": _J:O IQWIIh; ,her. daughter,Mrs! H E.',Ox- TIia':Methodist Sunday'school had an mast bear'ia mind that their assessment. Dr. Lyon's tooth powder this is one of commissioners, who were on their k
Easter bunt at the; Saturday I the best tooth powders on the. market wayto
park
_ J 'the Biahop cottage. : egg ;: must be paid and application filed with D. C.
19 cents.Pastearine Washington,
: *.'V ? -h : ', afternoon.Mr. I price
.r -ru ; ;! Wecall;; attention to the newly dis Democratic executive committee not later an excellent tooth paste, Rev. Bell has been holding a protracted
ti X'o Messrs: Jaa. 'Fritchard& Trex Feaster spent Sunday and than tomorrow April 21st. usual price 25 cents. special 19 cents. '
meeting this week at the church. 't.
Baptist
'f > tooth advertised
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1t. .e. : of Volo sewing! machines and Keen Breitwisch" on his way to Wiaconsin.Mrs. freight agent for the N., C. & St. L. railway cents. Rev. W. C. McCall seven members were V

1-., "Hotter,tools and pntlery,- Amy A. Monroe who was quite of Jack8onvilleand W. L Master Also we will place on sale a gross of united with the church two by letter and

i\-i : Mrs. C. 8. Haney, iatanC'fQperin: ill for, 'several days last week and the man, of Omaha were pleasant callers'at Monday tooth brushes they regular at 11 cents.price 25. cents; five by baptism. '

w .Children's Home society early part of this week.is much improvedwe THE STAB office Monday afternoon. go *r>
tendent spent
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x Hair brushes known as the keep clean, Mr. S. W. Rowley of San Mateo who
; \ 'Friday night in town on her way to are glad to state. We meet all competition in the furni. fine quality of bristles ebony backed and
manufactures number of
a large brands of'
rX Winter Park as a delegate to the State Mr. L. Jorgensen of 'Grant'went ture line pay the freight on all orders, bristles set in aluminum this brush is +
guarantee our goods to give satisfaction fine Florida and Cuban cigars, was in -
JEht. the best the market
undoubtedly on ,
E. While she visited He
here south the train
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date
and have the most up-to / to special 50 cents.. town Wednesday looking after the inter- 4
the homes .where children are placed has recently, been away from home on a select from that was ever shown on the Curtain Swisses, in endless varieties of ests of his trade in this Fiction then left

and collected. some money 'to .aid the short business trip., Indian river. polka dots and butterflies special 12} down '
for points further the coast.
Cocoa Furniture Cocoa Fla.
Co. cents yard yard wide.
"' CIIUIe. Indian River Music House offers secondhand per

k ,Mrt, Isaac Hodges and wife and Mrs.Gastin Simplex piano pl )'er..in good condition Dr. F. H. Houghton called on us Monday and Wash cream silk, fresh,in all from colors the including mill, 49 white cents Dr. Jos. Ross and wife, of Mt. Vernon
and to Rockledge where he will N. Y. who have the winter at Man-
". JacobI'.lnd daughter Mrs. at great bargain including about en route per yard, 24 inches wide. spent
; Noah Jacobs and daughter, with the two dozen music rolls. Apply. quickly to set that the Dentos is towed to Melbourne Special prices in fine Valenciennes laces gonia just north of West Palm Beach arrived

r' ;'t- ,groom, Mr. George .Jacobs; of Chuluota I Box B, Titusville, Fla. and there Dr. Urich will remain in charge and embroideries and insertions. yesterday on their way north and ;

passed through town Saturday last to be of the 'boat for a while. Mrs. Houghton Mail orders promptly filled on any of will spend about a week here with their
:. Mrs. W. 8. Norwood'expects to leave the above
goods.
Y 'present at the wedding'Sunday evening next Wednesday for a visit with relatives left Daytona last week for Westerville JULIUS KLINE friends, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Prindle.

at 7 p. m., .at Cocoa; when Mr. George !and friends in South Carolina, hoping a Ohio to spend the summer. Titusville Fla. Easter service at St. Gab el.s church

5ft'f Jacobs, of _Chuluota, and Miss Annie change will be beneficial to her health as Quite a party from Conrtenay .came up need bracer something Sunday evening was fairly well attended
:.Tucker, of Christmas., were united in the Wednesday and spent the day in town Perhaps you a the rain which doubt '
: she has been quite ill for several months that will give you energy, life and ambi notwithstanding no
holy.bonds of. ,matrimony.The past and registered at Indian River'hotel.. tion. A suggestion-try I. W. HARPER kept many away. The Rev. Millidge

St. Augustine Record says that There will be preaching at the First There were in the party Mr. R. B. La- whiskey. :sold by R. L. Motlow and F. Walker delivered an excellent sermon

Warren Sanchez left that city for Titos- Baptist church, Titnsville, Sunday Apr. Roche and wife Miss Alison, Miss K. D. A. Lesley.Farramd and all who heard it could not feel otherwise ><'

,ville to bring back his launch the Dart, 22nd, both morning and evening, by Rev. LaRoche Miss H. Jenkins, Messrs. E. Organs in Florida Churches tfan.1.treatly benefitted thereby. a'

which left there' sometime ago in charter W. C. McCall aUl a. m. and 7:30 p. m. W., and W.. F., Richard H. and Clement t. '
All are cordially invited to attend. Indian River Music House of this A serious accident to the newFairbanksMorse ***
I! A telegram from the color LaRoche.
:to a stranger. is fast the celebrated Far- owned Mr. Geo. E. '
place placing windmill by ,
'Holman and
and Mrs. E. M.
ed man, Edgar Burk, who was sent lit Mr. son, Mrs. Bailey and Miss Bailey, of Ames-
Master Albert arrived yesterday: from rand organs in the churches along the Pritchett the early part of the week put a
r .. ,Mr. Sanchez was received Mass. who have been here
charge by their winter home at Daytona for a short bury visiting east coast. St. Marys Episcopal| church it out of order for a few days at least. A
stating that the stranger had! disappeared visit here with Capl/and Mrs. P. Nelson for several weeks'with their friends, Mr.
at Ormond and the First Baptist church nut worked loose on top of the mill and
[-s? at.,Tltusville, leaving his bill unpaid for before returning to their home in Massachusetts and Mrs. George M. Robbins left Mon- !
L # at Daytona, have just put in the famous dropped down into the gearing while the
yr of the boat and leaving the skip for the summer. for their off
the use day home stopping en route
Farrand piptone organs; three Farrand mill was running with disastrous results.
per of the 'little craft stranded financially; We call attention to the announcementthis for a week's stay at Daytona. MIT. M. had been in the i

,not having enough money to procure gas supervisor week of of registration.Mr. W. S. Mr.Norwood Norwood for P. Robbins accompanied her friends as organs churches at already Titusville and placed Daytona Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Walton have moved

olene for the homeward trip.: far as Daytona where she is also spending from the Duren cottage on Julia street
has filled this,position very acceptablyfor within the past year and a half, and
Admiral Gillis and wife, of Melbourne the past four years and will probably the week.A several Farrand orders are now being and are now living with Mrs. A. Brady
SB ; have no opposition before the coming on Main street. The Duren cottage is
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> Beach accompanied by Mrs. H. Whiting party of several from Indianola and filled for other churches on the east
primary overhauled and will have electric
; of Melbourne and Mrs: H.Brown, Mrs. Courtenay braved the elements of the coast. The Farrand tone captures them being

received at Indian River Music Hou.eJuliette Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Morgan after the 1st
:. :s- C. V, Gillis, of Melbourne,Beach came ] dainty intermezzo by :Alfred came up in :\1! S. Sams' launch to Pritchett Buys BacingPower Boat of May.
u iii Tltasviile! I Wednesday on the admiral's Rieger: almost song without words; attend the meeting of the Order of
c Nellie Mr. Geo. E. Pritchett can now boastof Mr. J. V. Gutermuth, of the firm of-
4 : : launch and, spent J a day here very pleasantly Hey Rube march-twoBteP. by the Eastern Star that night. Miss Catherine
at the Indian River hotel Miss Stokes .rollicking-rag; Mistletoe waltzes S. Saute and Miss Jessie Sanders who a speedy power boat as well as fast Ricou & Gutermuth, fish dealers, who
:: by Kenneylimplo and easy waltz with horses. In addition to the launch he ha been operating the firm's branch
= : :, GiUa&b admiral's sister who has been nice melody. Pried 25 cents each the were on board, said that when the party I
here'on it visit for a week with her niece 3 fur 60 cental crossed the bay the waves dashed overthe recently bought from Mr. Crook he is shipping point at Wa Wa the past winter a

',c y' ; Miss. ifelen* Miller, returned with "the boat and through the canopy cur now the owner of the Shear launch of was in town last Siiani au.l gave '" '

; : 'shrive:party to Melbourne Beach yesterday SPBt7LbLPRICES tains. _- Daytona, which won a prize at the THE STAB office a j..casam cull The f

r- 'morning. Admiral Uillia is a retired In ,Kline1 Otatt1 Pan Ring and NoticeAll Rockledge races on February 22nd last. branch at Wa Wa has just >been closed

;Ur-1/u'omcer; with fall pay of com Depaxtmsnta' Mr. Pritchett completed the purchase at I and Mr. Gutermnth is now operating at
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Clothing :
tax returns should be in by May but did not The firm
:" Daytona lat Saturday get i Grant for the summer season.
:: '. modore.F0BHrnJBErJDRY; We will again place on sale about 600 1st; .as the books will close on that date.P. here with this boat until Sunday on account -:of Ricou & Gutermuth has practically

; GOODS,. SHOES.. pairs of trousers, new and ap't&date designs A. McMiLLAS, of th. batteries getting drenched absorbed three fish businesses within
} T; TAN'oxford shoe 1 laces, 5c. ranging price from f 1.50 to 650. Assessor. with water just this side of the Haulovercanal. !
v Dx.26c Mens' blue coats,' handsomely walk this the past year that were operating on the .
P--- Black safety pins, lOc, serge It i is said that his to 1
.. Tftteom powder, at 15 c.. tailored, worth'$5.00, special price$3.75 Egg :For; Hatching place Sunday: morning down the railroad Su Lucie river 'l..tIt

'S "'.. 68 in.linen bleached damask, 59c. Men's white linen duck pants, special Single Comb White Leghorns, from track is an experience he does not care to
) Plain white table oil cloth 25c. $1.29 my attempt again. From this on he will usea CLOSING OUT STOCK '
best makings 1.00 15-
Fountain PUS, |100 up.Jhas. .. Men's white canvas oxfords, in blucher at per magneto.
< ..A. Gardner; Telephone Si.Btrawberrie style with wide lace, special $1.49. F. H. BucK.Sharpes Florida., With a view of closing out my .
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White duck hats, 50 cella.Boy' For Sale merchandise I will reduce prices ten
For Bale wash pants,'sixea from 3 to 16,. ,
Send : ',:piders'for the finest straw- special 29 cents each.; NTJ&8EBY STOCK FOB SALE. Bay horse in fine condition or will exchange to fifty percent, beginning Monday '

-.f-' :'" : ; 'berriei.your that can be grown on the East Mail orders promptly filled on any of Citrus stock,grown on nigh pine land. for pair of small young !mules or April 16th, and continuing for
A.Conkling Tillman, Fla. the above goods. Indian J !886- horses suitable for grove work. Will pay weeks. S. K. Watts .
i1t Coast .to B., catalogacTTokdo: GEO GIXGBAS, two iI
"'. atten J cues KLIKE, Send for and Vest cash difference.
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f .,' ..<'!" :".: : ,''appointed to.;carr} 'on an, active ;cam-. thirteen of'the buried miners alive, but hound Syrup is mild and benilnit is adapted tamfaDtlM ft11

r i : PaJP.tordt. .. S1 .: s* weak and emaciated. They had man- most strengthening,. asadultsof every variety of temperament and colltl tuits-

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; sumption W.procured a
I Matanadity"of Lift Prcv d. SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemists
have been taken. The b We
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h x' r,0netof>:'the experiments ;made :'byProfessor total number of;men missing after the 4O9-4 Pearl Street New York lit the house. and think it. hsS O.equal far pulmaDarJ oasu.l! ,_

ti }> : "' 'Ebner'Ga at .his Chevy: catastrophe was 1.212.. The bodies recovered 50c. and $1.00. All druggist JettIe GI ftfftftfeti
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: .exploited before. die. .London': Psyebo.TberapenUc and there are still unaccounted for approximately Magataon, at a signal from their lead. SNOW LINIMENT CO. .: ST.. 1811I. )it.

.To f .t-1e.- soT TOO., It was believed that er the natives, made a bolp rush. The -

."" :'_t, '' ., .ciety;'' ,It >p- still others were l1ve.t American officers and inspectors scattered t

,.f J; ( .I pears that; Professor Home In an Auto. *. : in all directions! the governor OLD AND RECOMMENDED 8Y

> "''i found five new RED CROSS PHARMACY, TITCSVILLE, and EAU'6AIUE PHimCT EAU CMtt.n-
: the bushes. He was lost for thirty-six
George W Perkins of the firm of J. P.
,'1 } octaves of boors. Meantime the constabulary had
Morgan & Co, is attracting considerable
'ar-t light rays attention on account of its elaborate attacked the hostiles killed thirty
Southern JJ
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Fx. form similar equipment and novel devices. The' interior wounded forty and chased the survivors -
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of the car is fitted up as a draw- into the mountains. The constabulary -
;.. : to X rays.; UIK big rooi with stationary revolving had sixteen casualties. The loyal FFKCT1TS AfB. 6, 19O6.Kos. .

-( 'derthese'ra18'' chairs, center table,chandelier writing Filipinos now favor a campaign of extermination No.30 Na3 f e.29 'o.D'
j' : ; 8etweea Jackaonvme and)hw York.
a live rat was desk pantry, toilet, cupboards and a against the Pulajanes, and Daily.f Daily, _aily. D& y.

: ; 'placed in a good sized couch which can be partitioned -. troops have been sent for this purpose. 753 == 9 5 a Lv Jacksonville, Fla._--so. Ry. Ar. 900a.- 803 P
"- hermetle.a1l1'iea1ed 1215 12tJ p LT.Savannah Ga____..So. Rr. At 4 50 a -_._ 340 P
tube in' off as a bedroom. The chauffeur Don't Put Off I 9 55 1101 a---- 1033 pAr._ Cha-lotte. N, C.-..._-So. By. Lv. 9 50 v. = = 130.
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._ .Professor. "Gates flitized screen. the occupants by means of a telephone If you put off buying a bottle of BallaniV 950 a \p. Wsahingtnn D.C..........-So, By Lv. 101s.9O P
4 r t> So'long' as the, rat was alive It threw and an electric annunciator..The SOW Liniment; when that pain comes 1117 __.__ i132 a Ar. Baltimore lid.-_...-P. B. B LT. 612 a .-1 8 25 P
cost of the machine was $23,000. bottle 235 PI_._____ 145p .u Pbilatlelphia Pa._ _. -,,-P. B. R Lv S 35 SUp
'' a shadow on the screen,'but at the very you won't have any, bay a today 630 -.______- -115 pAr. New orlt. Y. Y._;.;.____.P. B. B Lt' 18111 at-I 323 'p
Instant that the:rat was killed it became Home For Carnegie Institute. A positive cure for rheumatism, hurnc, ,

i transparent to the light and a The Carnegie institute has purchaseda cut, sprains, contracted muscles!'! etc, T. 33 and 34-"Xew York and Florida Express. Daily Pullman Drawing Boom

shadow of exactly the same shape'was tract of six aere in the northwest S. Graham Prairie Grove, \rk., writes: Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. .
"1. wish to thank you for the good re- Nus. 29 and -Washington and Florida Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Boom.
' : observed to pass upward off the screen. section of Washington, near Rock
salts I received fom Snow Liniment. It Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York.

.tT French Balloonist In America. Creek park on which a $100,000 build- positively cured me of rheumatism after -

Henri Comte de la Vaulx,. vice ing will be erected at once as administrative others had failed. Sold by Red Cross No-Daily 30 Through"The La no. Sky." ;, So.Dilly 29.

president of' the Aero Club of France headquarters. Pharmacv. -' p LvJacksonville .,-.-----_____________..._._-rso.Ry. AI' I755 I-(. ) a
._ and one of the most' successful air Hoppe' Defeats Slosson. 1215 a Lv. Savauuah Ga..- -----------------___-....-_ ._...so. 1y. AI' 450 a
r "navigators ,In the world, has arrived at Willie Hoppe, the boy billiard champion -> 600 a Ar Columbia, S --------.---_.____--__.._____.._ Ity. Ly. 115..
150 pAr. AshernJe. C.-------- __ .
: ; New York.with: three balloons with the who became the 'world's cham 237 P Ar. Hot Springs! X C.-------------- Q-------------------------___________ ___f O, R y. Ly. I24.5.413 P

object of making several air voyagesin pion billiard player hi January by his lull's sPills 600 p' Ar Knoxville, (' .._____________.__....________.-__$ By. Lt' 19 3. a
in this ,country. Since he took up the victory over Vlgnaux in France has'retained 1'15 a 'Ar (incinnati, Ohio.________________-________:-Q4C. Lv. I 813 p

he has made 200 his honors in
study even years ago, a contest with the Nos.29and30-Pallman Drawing II1 and Butiitt Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville:
veteran George F. Slosson at New t St Louis, daily. .
s- -;: ascents, traveled 25,000 miles hi the habit ,
York. After eating,persons of a bilious .
; t ,air and has had 1,100 persons as pas- will derive great benefit by taking one 1 I
( sengers. Wisconsin Bars Football. of these pills. If you Have been 1 _I So. 13 Between Jacksonville aDd the North aDd WNt. No. 11 1_

4 Kita as Wireless Receivers. The faculty athletic committee of the DRINKING TOO MO, ------ 74ap Lv. Jacksonville. So. By-.--.---_____---.-__-_____Ar. 800 a_ __
By means of Professor Bell's tetrahedral University of Wisconsin has voted to will promptly relieve the nausea, ______ 250 a Ar. )Iacon. ISo. Ry.-----------_. 21S -n
the suspension of they _uu_-, 520 a 'Ar. Atlanta So. B7-_____..-..--___.__.....Lv. 11 01 pi-------
: t kites flown at his experimental recommend football SiCK HEADACHE -> -------1 I 945 a -\r. Chattanooga, So. By----___ _______________Lv. 1130 PI-u.-
station near Arlington, Va., wireless for one year but to allow other sports andnervousnesswhich follows restore ------- 740 P Ar Cincinnati. Queen &Cresceat____________ .Lv. 830 .'______.

.t. messages were received from the De to continue if they are self sustaining. the appetite and remove gloomy feel- == -ii4p-: 1.v Cincinnati, Big Four Route----_____.__.._...Lv. 110 a ::-.

;; ; Forest station, near Atlantic High Accidents.A lags. Elegantly sugar coated. .-----7- 10 a Ar. Chicago Big Four Route:_ ::------._---- 830 p ____-_.

lands on the Jersey coast, 350( miles number of unusually disastrousfires Take No Substitute. ------1 83.'i P L'iDcinnati, Penn. Line.----------...__ -Ar. 843 s---; -::

y' away. The kites were up about 2,000 have occurred since our lastweek.s '- ::.=::::1 710, a Ar Chicago Pena. Lines-_________...______Lv8 '(ij:==__:

8is Lv. Cincinnati, C.Il & D.-MonoD_____._..._
4' wife ------t i P -\r. 7.1) a-__._
feet and carried steel to which record closed
a as follows Fall
: VISITORS TO NEW YOKKCITT
723 a Ar. Chicago < H. &: Dono ___ 902 .
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was attached 400 feet of antenna wire. River steamer Plymouth at Newport, :=::= h-:=:.:
9 45 Lv. Cmciunati Co H. & D.-MIch. .
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------- 700 a'
The receiving operator clasped the loss $1,000,000; $300,000 factory fire at Should go-to _______ 520 a Ar. Toledo, C. H. &: D.-Mich. Cent----------Lv. 1140

hand of the man, holding the kite New York In which six firemen were -____ 725 a -\r. Detroit C H. &: -Mich. CenL_______Lv. 1000 P pt.--___.

v ,, string, the electric Impulses passing killed; the business section of Johns- --1------- 930 P Lv.tincinnati. P enn. Linea.___-____________-_ l 630 "1-- -
THE ARMSTRONG 555 a! -\r_ Pituburg, Penn. Lines _____ _________..__ Lr. I i-----
Pa. loss
-f+ : through the bodies of the two men. town $500,000; business sec- :::.::::, ..:: ..815 p === '

.,, Denmark's Polar Programme. tion of Auburn N.. Y., loss $200,000; ------ 930 p, Lv. <<'ineinnati, Big Four--:..__.._.._________._. Ar 650 a r', u1 _.. .
+ 645 -\r. Cleveland Bhr Four '
'. Hotel : ----- _Lv. 930
Mcllvane Select -------
& Co.'s lumber yard at'Phil- a Family I ------- p
'jj" The Danish folkething has nppropri- 530 p' Lv. Lexington: So. Ry a-
adelphla, loss $400,000. -------1 -------- ---..--._..Ar. 1045 ; .
';;; ated $36,000 toward the polar expedition : No. GO West 92iid Street 810 PI Ar. Louisville So. Ry---___.._..__ -...._ ._._-Lv. 7 -10 & _. _
f. : by Nyiius Erichson who will attempt : Twenty-six persons were buried in ------- 732 Ar. 8t. Louis So. Ry__......__.___________-__. ,Ly. 10 10 pl-_.. .
an avalanche in the Austrian .
.5f- to reach the north pole by traversing Tyrol.A Telephone 7210 Kiverside "
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coal mine explosion near Nagasaki, ,0.13 and 14-The Florida Limited. Daily Solid Vestibule Train. Through Day
; the Ice cap of northeast Greene Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati.
Japan caused the death of 250 miners.
: land by means of skees. dog sledges and Near Central Park, uhwa'F,- E'evatedand

. ti. automobiles. This unknown ice plateau Deaths. Electric railways and all pta,-e* of No. 5 So. 131 Between Jacksonville Kansas CUl' J No. 11 X.o.'
Ex-Mayor: Samuel II. Ashbrldge of interest and good parting f..,
a point
Is feet The ,
r;' 10,000 hish. expedition .. ------, 745 PI Lv. Jacksonville Fla. So By........._.____________ 9 J.j ___. .
"{; .. Is to start from Copenhagen July 1, Philadelphia died at his home in that Coney Island Ilockaway and all > ir _______ 520 a} Ar. Atlanta, V a., So. ._____________--____ I s ______
< ., A Flying Machine That Flies: city on March 24 seaside and suburban pleasure resorts, _______.1201 a Ar. Birmingham, \11., So. By---------__________-Lv.- (11150. pl .
.. Single rooms and suites uiih all conveniences -......i 805 pAr. }!empbl&. Tenn.. F'! OO_______.------.--.__.I.v, 813; L_u.j .. _
*''. The aeroplane constructed by thE I new sanitary plumbing, private ___ ___I 9to a .h. Kansas City 110_ Frisco--......__...___..___-Lv. 630 Pl-h'--
Wright brothers of Dayton, 0., has re- EXECUTIVEInvestigating I baths, porcelain tubs, ample hot and cold _
Nos. 13 and 14-'The Florida Limited."
cently'made the phenomenal flight oftwentyfour water supply, and hotel table and service Daily.
combined with home comforts and moderate EXCELLENT DI.NI.NO CAR SERVICE.
miles In thirty-eight min- Eight Hour Law.
tit': ntes, carrying a weight of 925 IJoUn s. prices. J. C.LUSK District Passenger Agent 108 West Bay 6treetJackeoaviUeHa..
The bureau of labor has been directed C. H. ACKERT.G. M. W. H.TAYLOE
a. P. A.
; ;;,', A representative of the French government by the president to investigate thoroughly Terms : $9 00 week and upward s. H. HABPWICKP. BROOKS )lOIt
';. > which already has given $2o.rjo the charges brought by organized

<';;. for European rights to this machine labor that the national eight hour A. Armstrong
r-, says that during this trial flight the
law is being violated In many cases.
driver sent the machine around a cir At the same time the officers of the The

':, ,,,*,: :. : cle twenty-nine times and that when American Federation of Labor have KCLLic'fc.ri'5 a Bridgeport

J 'i$,; finally it stopped it was because the been urged by the president to trans- Rocky fountain! Tea Nuggets'A
at supply of gasoline which ran the motor -
mit evidence
any they may possess to Buy Medicine fcf Busy People.
f f' -, had been exhausted. He says.that Commissioner of
Labor XeilL
Brings GoliiD! : He&lib dad Renewed Vigor '
r the brothers have last the Motor
Wright at
Battleship New Jersey Satisfactory.The A specific for Constip jinn, Indirection. Live 1"The that Motes"
I > secret for which the world has beaur and Kidney Trouble Pimplm. EremImpure
::;>. working for centuriex. It is believed to new battleship New Jersey aver Blood: Bad Bre th. St.-.indsh Bo"U Headache R
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and Back.aclrIt's Rocky UD'ain Tea in tab.
: ,i' be the first real flying machine ever aged 19.18 knots for four hours on her let form 35 cents a box. Genuine made by Simple Reliable, Durable
has superimposed endurance test off the New England Houisrsa I'ttrr. COXPASV, iladisonWis.
built. It two surfaces Guaranteed
and rudders fore and aft,'but the coast This puts her at the top of her GOLDEN NUGSETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLEFERRY'S to run
class and establishes and give satisfaetioa
a new record. ,
details are still secret.A .
.:.,. The Rhode Island averaged 19.01 and Makes nlotor-boating a pleasure

Young Mother at 70 the Virginia 19. Makes workiog'boats increase

l\ "My mother has suddenly been made Battle With Samar Natives. t
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:..'. young at 70. Twenty years ()t.intense While Governor Curry of the Island profits

: suffering from dyspepsia had entirely of Samar was arranging to receive the y1 Study our methods of construction
Y-: :," disabled her, until eix months ago, when
surrender of 100 native Pulajanes at } and you will discover
I ;,\ she began taking Electric Bitters, which SED n y why

i;:,:: have completely cured her and restored ;i "THE BRIDGEPORT"
';!. the strength and activity she had in the A Badly Burned Girl is a
Make: sure a yield of quutttj and
:: >" prime of life," writes Mrs. W. L. Gil pat- I'I'l Or boy, man or woman is quickly out quality WileD your father planted "Motor that Motes"

.:- rick of Danfortb Me. Greatest restorative of .pain 'if Bucklen' Arnica Salve ia applied market Ferrr's.,but they they were have the been best Improv.on the ; i' i i _
medicine on the globe. Sets stomach, ,prompt. J. Welch, of Tefcon- lm ever lioce. We are experu la

- ;; ) .:. liver and kidneys right; purifies the aha, Mich.,' says: "I see it in my family flower Seed and vegetable Ammmut,weds.1M beautifully. Olutnued. j; t BRIDGEPORT ici&; ;::

? ": .. blood and cures malaria, biliousness for cuts, sores and all skin injuries, and .free to ailaptucaota.
f.i. and 'weaknesses. Wonderful nerve tonic. find it perfect." Quickest pile cure D. .. FtIIY A CO., Ottrtfl Mich.
f.- Price 50c Guaranteed by Red Cross known Best healing salve made, 25c at Two aod TbrM Port instruction Bridgeport, Conn.

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HITCHCOCK CO., Agents,Titwille, Florid

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; ?' 1a befit ds:W.::s&-fT bf." 4TrI167ie,;1111p." produced", .- aoni. ';Mess, than'....J< bone; :hundred. Plant. Food. and "Truck : are'w9' if <..
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1 )iome:.Tery,?jpood J cabbage from acres.ThI&.lDcludes" ; lnvmany;instances : : '

that.'plitcet'.,., .... 8s' ini 1 'i'u. :t&' hip.st .,' three-" ..:ctopa'peritLimunt-- .' :..','.-Undoulitedly books which tell_of the,successful growing potatoes and.the 5-;-" t";
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*'S2 '*'- : :5> <#'.;:'v.-w;; <;iPeac '' .. :no ilmUar.results:cane. shown. other garden truck=sent free to those who .
; ;well at write for ih ,
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m any"portion, oftile' :
c..CUe U Address
si ; it'th&-r.emP'., nt be as. -- OQtMAN ICAU WORKS,' ;'
=Y ,+ r dM' I .Oret';f ,4QapetjeaTR M1 'i' .j. ';; t.' '.v** "!_'*- ..4ait.was ',"-- :United',States: laIr-_Stenstrom, ,4a .NlwY hsasa Strait. or' ",Atlanta. 0-22Ji SA.Broad saw '. ...,; '

Ot. PabHaWorks, good'l...,... ..?, il.'...,>,,,;;,:,,.'"tipected",'>..,';.,..,,:-.-.t'>.Mtee;'-''''.'.'''''''time, ..",.'" ajaflrtt ::,J.."' pcrfectiy-reliable:'gentleman,, gives_ theInformation r >
-ftfb*a-i-jf5/.isw: -? K -1h f'-W;A ;E'raiii.Il.. lrad8 IUS .
,awarded- ;contract;-theDixon; : that,he,cut.. .and: fold;1.400crates : \',
<--i-/Ki. iwft- -> municipal ihik .... >ihlimentM. ,;:. ..,tgUah 1pets :.test. not celery' from" E.L.BItADY&BRO.
Cartage-Company fora ':' -'ti' -t+ ., sure one acre, of ; ,
rtoel ,
.eek is pne and ,
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nM *tfng plaIIt.to cost"=27,760 <. tm r.... Drleeisie: lookedior TerrnY: ,. ,ground reedTlng. : 'therefor'about '

; iforithe Go K ,;r. :- ;3000.; 'TtJ I ,:Miller:estitnstes'that he Groceries 'Grain' and all Food Products, -
Hay -
&Thejplant.r : 'ernor' maa yam;i HIa'Ii:of!:.Tame. Lie .has ..will 'cutabOut', ,twonundred. crates ofcelery ,. ,

||S3 R4fgSSSj! accept# eold'th:: -balance otfr hie'oranges andgretroitw .from. less" than one-quarter of We handle produce of all kinds We are sgenta for 'Fertfliien. We deal exclusively '"L '
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?? fiPl.M ndcmtarday'on'the --. in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for. price OB .
ThVforanges;)aette4_ hiniili0 an.acre, In.fact only; a little over.one- Grain and.all,Groceries,delivered at your station. E, L.BRADY& BRO..1'rmvILLz. Fu.'MTAONE'B .
Rtori Ireolr, ettinatSB f pre.rpaiittory1tosn $ find grapefruit 3.5O f.. b.
congtrnethg the. o. eighth ran acre, which he has sold
bidg. for
; th ;tDryDouglieot',Taniphas already |or:420.;, Many other instances might & qQ. } yStaple

R eminiloa. rkr shipped: efPt.*cars of;celery. and It Isltmitted'that be..mentioned,.of. these wonderful :and ,

X A promfaentparty of Clyde Line his seasons'' profits will unparalleled! crops, and a'remarkable and'Fancy Groceries Hay, Grain, i ell nd -
ed fn JllcksonvW lllom Produce of Kinds 4YEGET.I1IiLES'A <
oMc1sIs '
; ran..., iathe,. neighborhood' -of $10,000. fact is, that is. worthy of note, that nofailures :
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Apache.- -The gentlemen a
are known. or have been 're- SPECIALTY l
Heayy:ahlpmentsoi: beans are sUll -
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C, W.' I>dorseprlnclpal; : '
tree ; ; ported. The P 8peCts that > l
being jBiade: from..Jenun.. Since the are at Tltvisvllle. i i Florida. -

at:joftlie tine; .President.CalTta:A.; Aut- rains have 'ceased'the:beans,arrive.:'int&Nothein'market least fifty per" cent more ground will h :

s tin xYloel'restdent andGeueral' Haag In 5mpc3k.-better) be opened up this coming season."' Abouttlie

tiger Theodore G. Bger and k 8ereral ...-, '- Do :You Want to. .Know All .
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II'' 15'%, otner&vj J.ca-Hanl8 r dtrectorL, :s the lowest bidder for COnditOaV Peaches_are doing wonderfully"well' There's" Daapr grave:"from,danger the, from Plague'the plague.. EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?

; aif SOrr nto. Some complaint WAS of coughs and coH that are eo preva .
4 Jackson .
the67i664.$3$ contract for heard'to--that section'about this .melon lent, unless you 'take Dr. King's, New .
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rTilleftBwer work, >aa forfeited, $icertieedehech Discovery for consumption ,coughs and regarding .'
Especially Fruit Growing Trucking and
crop/but warm weather has helped /
colda..M.e. Geo.
tOT $1,000.baiing. fall : Walls' of Forest City, General Farming? If so. subscribe for the........... \

'ts r ed to furniah' bond for' the, faithful tho'crop. ,along.iomaflne... ., .. Me., writes in climates: "It's where a Godsend to people .
living coughs and. to1dPprevail. FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.
c |- performance'ot the contract rite : :cabbage a Is .being)hlppedfromSanford I find it quickly ends hem. It _

q BoadTraitees'haadepositedIt : and ,the'. returns lie prevents pneumonia cures ;}
lagrippe
j- !Bo&1id of ; !' _' 'w' ." PRICE 25 CENTS PER ANNUM. ;:

to the eredtt of the seaerand, drafn T"" Rr good.! tAh1Mpmaat" -... ... 'Of -salaryfrcln'the ,'" -, gives fever, wonderful.,and makes relief weak in asthma lungs and strong hay ISSUED, ONCE A MONTH, SAMPLE COPY FREF ..
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-!- age"fnnd of the city, : tame' city; .. are. :also bringinggood enough toward off.consumption, coughs ADDRESS, :;" '

( .,. binnngelwDenagiventhe': ; :: j>.eo. "S ietttrDa' : and colds. 50c and 100. Guaranteed by W. L. BRAGG, Editor, 8t Augustine Fla. .
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"" Red Cross Pharmacy. Trial bottle free.
,
ErinetonIi shipping "'about three
r.J'. ', 'pie>> 't.. GalnesvlllexbT' the :AtlanticSCoas :

'ft : ;:.Ltne ;;offlclahi;that, beginningApr11 carfof; cabbage'a;:day. ,in:addition tcr Saved the .
; : : : ; Machinery.The
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,.; '. : .'16th,. a' through train' service wpreas ihipmen The movement,. .. i 'oflettuce :tug S. S. Brewster Capt. John -3 .
,
., -,:.'" .,". 'm" '\, runUirough' '" ': .' that .city between' .' ii still realised.'heavy'and 'good pricesire Myers,'came into"port Tuesday alter. QllEEOF SEA ROUTE&Merchants ,
being .
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St. Petersburg and Jacksonville instead '
g b i . .,. noon after having succeeded in recov
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t'if'. .. 'i' :'! of Tla., ,.Palatk')., A daily. service' "It is a;continuous' succession. .'ofpayfngerope ering the barge, which swamped last

wfl'l1... ) '.5110 the"'A. C. Florida. Just as the
: ,. may Inaugurated: by Wednesday night oft the House of

:3rV? :':.' .' :L; between. Ocala 'and. Jacksonville granges pass :out the cabbage' toma Refuge, while being towed to this port & Miners Trans. Go's

i. ;.:-I. ,. : ; .pia- r-Gainesville. :;and Alachua.5jf .' toes, beans anei,eggplants are coming by the tug Dauntless, and which was :

to and if, .we are'not shipping out i
; ;Merchants and others ,living on the : ? I supposed to have been driven' on the '

: ;' Chattahobchw Tier hare' under advisement something that pays every month In beach. STEAMSHIP 'LINESBETWEEN f'
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:: : the year 'the fault Is ours." says the -
> the placing of'a steamer Capt. A. B. Potter superintendent ,
News. .
Fort Pierce '
f< ,L\ : line from. :Apalachicola to' New Or for the R., G. Ross Contracting Com '. ; ',

tf} :'; leant- says the Apalachlcola Times ,Tomatoes, though. .. not. as' forward at pany, who was aboard the Brewster,
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-t lithe'. deal goes, through, a .ver PhillippI as on. the lower out.-coast states that the barge, which had ;

5" S steamer, 'will conn .ct1lth'.the oceangoing till are In & 'flourishing condition. aboard a large dredge dipper and a SAVANNAH, BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA. ,

; : ( steamer ,at this point, and'through One dealer in these plants' told the propeller for the tug. was found floatIng

,t.::.:'_: bills: .,of, lading, will be given writer one day that" ne had the day end up in twelve fathoms of water
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'ss: ,'.t from New. Orleans to any point on the before an 'order for 30,000" plants and about one mile and a half off shore Direct Connections for- )

: ;:1 '' river., later,. when called upon for more He was surprised to find it in this

' ''L ', R..;Ia Dowling has returned ,to'Live plants the same dealer said that he condition but upon an investigationwas Washington, New York and Boston. :

had more orders than he could get the still more surprised to discover
:, Oak from New with
ft-{;;;> r .. .Ytrk. bringing
?-fj him;a number of'Italian laborers,.who plants to filt;-New York Produce that it was weighed down by the dipper '

,: ,JH9 Mills News. which has been lashed to the .
: will employed at the Dowllng <:
tickets sale at
deck and which Through on principal points.Accommodations .
to have
was supposed
.:: :at !s.st. Park, a few ;miles west of and cuisine .
Why unsurpassed.. _.t-
been dumped into the sea when the
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time mill
;'c Live 'Oak.. For. .some the. 4 r P
\?::",'. men of that section' have been unableto' Have a torpid liver whrn Her bine, the barge 'turned turtle," SEND FOR BOOKLET. .

l labor to sal- only liver regulator will help yon? Then He at once set about to recover the
/, ', 4 control enough negro is no reason why you IIhonltll'uff..r from

!." :"!' t isfactorily run their plants, arid for dyepepaia, constipation chills and feveror dipper and succeeded in bringing it H. C. AVERY, Com'l Agent Jacksonville.J. .

x -c r :/elfin,labor is now to be employed in any liver complaints 'when Herbine and all the parts to the surface and ,

their will cure yon T. C. Waite, \V tIYih', "slinging" them onto the lighter that YH1THET, 2d T. P. k T.t[., V.P. TDRHEB, fl'. P. A., b
places.
, l.'r. Fla. writes "I sick for month '
:'. : was a i had been carried out by the tug to as- GEXERAL OFFICES, BALTIMORE, ID.Tht a
,t ; While standing by the rapidly revolving with chills and fever, and after taking

)2.. ,shaft of the launch Aubrey two bottles of Heroine am well and sist in raising the sunken barge and / -

healthy." Sold by Red Crow Pharmacy.Eight it was brought safely into port and 1<
{::, if. 'a, few days .since, the leg to the 9
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placed on the terminal dock. As soon k
;> I Most Vatable SIt of Yacht and Bout.Building
.i pantaloons of Mr. H. S. Wilson, of I
ba
:' Men Badly Shaken Up as released ofthe dipper, which Booki ever FLbliMed.RUDDER *
";: __ ', Palatka, was caught:by the set screw about'four
weighed tons the
barge
: .x .' on ,the shaft, and if*Mr. Wilson had A special dispatch to the Times- 4 r '
: floated on an even keel and was towed
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";" been a man of small strength no Union from Caryvllle Washington HOW-TO BOOKS b
to Bears Cut and beached. One end Z
:;; ; ::idqubk he would have been seriously County says that a serious accident Over 3oco boats have been built from the fines M f l '
occurred In the lumber yard of the is completely gone and will have to be printed in these books-SuccessMv: slid in
By exerting 'Ills strength he
:> $ ;
( ) < rebuilt every clime and upon every sea- Full detail
-' himself, leaving' the leg of George E. Wood Lumber Company drawing of all parts, showing; what it is and
extricated Capt. Potter considers the bow to male it-Text extremely simple.
recoveryof ....
Caryville. 9 '
i=; ." pantaloons in the clutches the at Friday morning about 4jt
., the dredge dipper next to a miracle HOW TO BUILD A RACCR FCR fSOM
<::f revolving set-screw. Fortunately Mr. o'clock. A crew of eleven white men. foot....n Wot tart.n'y to I n.1.1.tnnm ill b M
( in charge of H. Whltaker was load- and is consequently very much gratified -ee Pate nd-g tost tai*.!"'/to kiru Ue buiUHM 10. There are more MrCall P ltrni..tTiiaMain
Wilson was not injured in any W&1.- than o oth-r fhbisw
: his HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA (any V k.olp t-rn
" .:' Apalachicola Times.J. ing heavy deals on the cars for shipment 'over success. The propeller ... bat for .ftrnooi uJrn( or kaorklmr about b ccaual of ibcir sink, accuracy aid atrupLJQ.Met'al's .
: : was not lashed to the deck and copse iboal..lpr1M bmaawerwrot.nnrr.Auinalo.,pocrrig Maraslar'The Qtren of rs.ki lkss
: It was necessary for the men ; full|iB<.i 4 pictatrt of cvmplctcu boats I Bore suSs.'nber, l'arvc' rr I.-J'VM e '." Oaa '
! ; :; .'D., Lockey, Tax Assessor of Jack- quently is lost. I year Y.u'suisinapanu-Ln 'h t1.0Crrt., IitWsur.br
HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP .
to cross from one pUe,of deals to an- JS oeet* i.clta.iratrbcrretbaaea.tra&
: ;;, ion County,'was struck: : by a train at Yoga MMtcfe-ful radII r mtt!>-n& errr dw.pwJ; a prb tern Free. Sua era a today.r.advYta .
: :'; Instantly other by way of a ,scaffold. The $100 Reward 10O. tamer i. Auena. ,Aut wd AutnJi; exy to bails I W ar.Vantrd. tlaid.nmprerle asr .
f Sneads Monday night and killed to via Witt.HOW Lb
rlcath. var-.sn. Parent twcecl6'ode. a s
to ahead stanchions broke with such force 'as The readers of this paper will be pleasedto ; TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH II n.) and frenri'im Gghr ..s 4-.ho.g 409 yr.m.ums)
r-. ..5 He attempted cross to throw the great pile of deals on learn that there u at least one dreadful Simple and .din!.>!.o....r kowiotonstraetaluiBcl. Teat tre AdUreu THE HcCALL CO?N.Yaair
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when he was caught ken for ue with say inotur. > .ff'.1..u. |
.,. -- ', A of the. engine disease that science has been able to cure in
eight men badly crushing and bruising HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKACOUT 50 YEARS'EXPERIENCE
against 'the platform of all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Ca-
and'dashed'
:: r tarrh Cure is the A be *::1 arnnnl rruuin ko t; EooJ eatua; euellelll
' blow break. Fayette Cook, Riley Morris, J. A. only positive cure knownto mikr; toiUUe toe sks.:.>"s.t n.
; the detsthe force of the. the medical fraternity catarrh being a
'. Jordan and Henry Cooper. The rest HOW TO BUILD A8HOAL-DR UCHTSLOOP
'. 'IDe .hls neck. Mr, Lockey was about constitutional disease requires a constitutional .
A deter little Bkiliae toa* witk B>o>!raU- utiimallatdplu.
': of the crew was badly shaken up. treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is -
_ Hftyflve years old. and belonged to a None was killed. taken internally, acting directly upon the HOW TO BUILD A FUn OR SHARPIE
:\; '. well-known and highly respected family blood and mucous surfaces of the system, Eaay: to taild;rrrrrtfci ..Mnught:jartthe craft for allot
thereby destroying the foundation of the disease to lira wrta;eu U bail ery ebMply,eiuwr flooy or at rig r

>":.' of-Jackson and Washington Coun Good JudgmentIs and giving the patient strength in HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHT e
ties. .He leaves ,a wife and seven building up the constitution and assisting AwmpJeledr-cnptiooef bow to fcoiU a moW;aJM has TRADE MAKX
rj'c: ; nature in doing its work. The ;l ski lied Ii NIl ag JaC toIa. DCUONS
> i. the essential characteristic of men proprietors
: smallcMldrea.k, Invaluable have so much faith in its curative powers, COPYRiaHT &C.ABfoa .
and to 'businessmen
women. good
-': :4 ] that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any PRICE $1. EACH *wndtaf a skgteh ud desert Uoft nay
anti Decenary to hoa eWiYe8. A.woman I ntekIY ruiii ow opiatoaiareotlon tree wteUxw aD"C'
; /load Pwliodag case that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes PKIFAID. BY CSPKC3S ANTWHCHt: tblT &. OomniBntesvUoniitTi
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shows when she 1f
good judgement timoniala. Handbook oafkUou t
"'<""' ":. Results from chronic constipation, buys White's Cream Yennifofe for her Address F. J. CHENEY& CO. Toledo.0. 9 Bound by u inchet in cloth-Gold-Larte,iculy fctterini-dawn-Size plans.of pap> tent I'a&tII&a free. Oldest takes for Mama aeetrrtua A patanunSckflfk

f fl .which is: !ckJl.eored.by Dr. King's! baby. The beet, worm medicine ever Sold by Druggists 75u IP<
,. '1. ,-JI,WiLif 5.JRH8.atiey remove all I ppiaon- offered to mothers. Many indeed are the Hall's Family Pills,an the belt THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.

oat perms from the system and infiwe sensible mothers" who write expressingtheir C Mumur Brat T new YOUR. u. B. A JilerkaLA

' '' "_ new life and vigor;,cure :tr qr rtnmat*. gratitude .Ior..the.good health of 08"1-03; ; & Sna4 /erml Jar Catalog of Books forYacWmas'sLAdah. bandaomelynlnrtratad ...tlt. J.arnd etr- a
IMA headache duxine and cnlir, their children, which they to the enUttoa of any(etcnUOe 10en.L '1'-..II aS
4 naosea, \owe : : tote witbaIL auid byai aevsdea.rs.araaea .
".tits "I&hoot"pin, discomfort. 25c;(Guar use of White' Cream Vermifuge. Sold, ; ;; = 1 er
I Ion t,Hew Ynrt
Red Cross
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; ilt l f' jitthe i ssate,1 one' few to deal hon-. f" There .was a slight change' in the time iiu \fa' 111111 BOW I un in perfect health asd> enjoy lie u I
orablr and with j GovernorXBrowand > : : : *
fti wetly! of,,trains, 78,and:29 commencing, .with rN M neveididbeforre. -Lisle> Bedding.
> and bit Everglades drainage":Bcheme. K.._ .
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Monday. :Southbound afternoon .,
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: 4:1: .t .. \6oie roor BrowWd was elected;::to:oG "
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'f nr. = issue train arrives at 2:<)i)p,' m.''The 1- fflHMI6W 1 tt':. '_ :
=flee on and .
l the Everglades drainage :*%::
i 'i( the'people voted for.him,-.knowing:that train for Sanford leaves af'8:2O a. maud _.J1
arrives 'a(1 55 The times'f other I
', :- that rnalhe lj5ie/piju VluvhwpUtform.The ; : p. m.. -

( : 'famous mtp'-i: which' lie circulated trains' are not' changed... .
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r 'over'-" tli Mate* lud"trljedt{him' I, J 1 < .;. ?:".,'>> .. .:v........,. ..+Y1 '.;I.? ,... .
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"'f t < 'big canvass left.no'doubt in the 'kninde of X': '. :; ... .' ; .".::h..Aij;.,.*.{..:.@...%...M...!;.j.,W..,.;.\.,M...%,.:...jj..@W...... ...tm1.... .. _
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any. bib. as to.. ebatovernor.< 'Broward'spet killed Wednesday morning by northbound if:44':5 s::: .._. .. ::. ..." ....,......,...... ..,.. ....-
.... ,* .,J.{ :.1'W do bi If bbywaa elected: tQofce&or whatui;e,wooldproceed t. I ] train No.'78,.which struck her as MABLEBRADFORD."D-I. @Wi. ;t Mj M@r l Mti ;1 P rlt7f&{ _

c ," 7 she was' crossing' the railroad track-ibout ..J--.......;..,;. ',"-J1>;,(.,,
.? '1 1/ :"Gofernor: ) Broward is now simply car- -AW"'_<:>>.;:.:.'. .:,<',>i.v.<,' f
.4,. a quarter of a mile scuth.fWes'. Jupiterstation. m cs: = :'JHN':': .
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l oVt pre-election.. He isJ .db. ,.
e4; d. : _:Tying his, : ? : pledge C> ...dl' ? il<.>.
1 attempting to do just,wh, $t>he promised! ""-- < f..t.dJ-:
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She: had-a'child with her whom she .... t:::';, N..Y;

# t:. ',. tithe[man people would be do wonld.do under,8imilar. and! just.circumstan what,any was 'afraid':would' attempt to cross the 'Mrs. Mable Bradford,- 13 Church street, :.1 t1 lltJ fl t// c r}: ;:'.'',;

'$n track. and in the endeavor 'to reach the Burlington,Vt, Secretary Whittier Oratorio 'ilflih; gNlillik I: ,
Et t-l: Y; : a plan! which .the Society,writes:' 0 ..;:8,: .1."l fl1i. f9
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peopieeodoraedwhen .child was killed., She leaves a husband. .s.- ?; .,;/. u.'
they 'elected I him Ternna is certainly a wonderfol medicine .Wii/1i + ;.. ,.t4
and two babies.
;cj'!' .and which'be_ .ia in duty bound to, as far .. for the ills of women. I have heard it .....a/ ::J. .; ,;.fllfrJrR./ "'. y G.

i'. r as"poaeible,.carry"one._ .! _,' .X. M:I.-Will Bet rn to 'Eau Gallie spoken of' in the' highest praise by many, !f1 f.'':=:tt:< ;<..ljt>,.: : }: h ",,':"',:, _...,' f4 ii.
.A 1 f Governor Broward: bad made no attempt and experience is well worthy 'fifIJt! JiJiflJiJJlli # ;k. .
-' to fulfill hie platform: pledges, the Notwithstanding; the attractive' offer of W1ord.my :: .'# W. % -4
the efforts made, other a good ; ; {) ) iR'l.. 1t # !j #:i9;:*;:;: ?
and by
eame'papers,which are opposing' him for great "I began to have severe pains across my ; #::iI't8P. ., .-It.. ,,..;:.:.;:.*.ri..:.:..w.'N.: kM $ .:; ... t'.. =' .
doing so :would have ridiculed him for towns to secure this school, Colonel Fowler v.; ff/I/l tl :* ; :::;;@ :;:; :::;;;$t;:; :} :l% t. :. : --
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not doing so. They would. have pointed has, decided that there is no other, cold, and each subsequent. month brought ?f:",{li"j.ixft/f.-. .{>$;;' .:-N '.::.;.i;:,:, '::;'i::f.*(:?:.:1J.rr.t::. ::::" : < .:.:..:.:;.:.:..:., "'I'i'' .>::1 ,=," is.-.

_' to his drainage scheme as a. clever?,campaign place so well suited for the purpose and me pain and distress rl'W.t/J fJW. '.'". .?:.&'.:....'". ,...:AWi.... .... ...... ...'.+ $1Rx .- '

vi concoction' by which a clever:campaigner will return to Ban Gallie in January next "Your remedy- was prescribed, and the way .'iFf.'it if' :;"X'l'.:. .>*tbmf t## ::.".. lJ ;

was enabled to" climb into ,office with the'Kentucky Military Institute. it acted upon my system was almost too good t !f; 'l$1. :xd; -:::iana:4; :: :r lf r.:'ft.:=:.I.. ::::.: RELY GJ '

s and they.would have lambasted him unmercifully When it, comes to enterprise the Eao to'be tray I certainly have regained my ,/ \ 'Z7 : 't

3 :for: abandoning the scheme Gallie '.people.\have it, and 'bcy. have health and strength, and I no longer suffer

t a after he got theoffice'. '. worked hard. to secure the return of' the periodical pains and extreme lassitude."- 'diseases incinding 1 I In Peruna these women find a prompt

"It would seem that instead of attacking school.- ][able Bradford. pelvic catarrh and permanent cure.

a kt'' Governor Broward: for doing what the Plans are well under;way t-owanhhe- a life long study. Thousand of testimonials to this effect -
Peruna catarrh whether of the
cures ,
;' "- people elected him'to do, it would
toattemptf school, as well as other visitors, will have by Correspondence-Thls Is What human body. year. The good that Peruna haa accomplished "

? to secure a reversal of the 'popular' verdict good accommodations next year. Dr. Hartman Proposes to Do In this class of cases can

t '-" at some future election:' If the Ev For You Without Charje. Pe-ru-na, a Natural Beautlfler. ccarcely over-estimated.

erglades drainage scheme,' is not a good :Culture Club Entertained, I Women who Buffer, should read the Peruna produces clean, mucous membranes '+ ' '++ -. l

i thing for the state, let the people. reverse ,The .-ladies- ,of the Progressive Culture evidences presented here; We have the basis of facial symmetry !satisfactory If you do not results derive from prompt the use and of !
thousands of letters from and a complexion.
grateful perfect
g themselves on that proJ OSi&iou. Bat until club. were, charmingly entertained Tues Pernna, write at once to Dr. Hartman ,
hate
c friends who tell the same story. The women not been slow to dl.*
such popular reversal is made, Cover .afternoon at the hospitable home of
day giving a full statement of :
Half the ills that are peculiarly cover that a course of Pernna will do your
p : :' nor'Bro'ward should,'and 'probably' will, Mrs., Rathbun. :woman's own ere of a catarrhal more toward restoring youthful beauty case, and he will be pleased to give ,

.continue to do his duty by a loyal attempt The club's worthy president, Mrs. Ad- character. :Femf. e weakness was. not than all the devices known to reienee. you his valuable advico gratia.Adtirv :

Et x- to carry into effect the chief plank hemar Brady, won first honor in a game understood for many years. Many a girl has regained li -r faded ) *of L>r. JUrttnan, Pr@.W4nt I

,! : upon which he was elected." contest the prize being a handsome fan. Dr. Hartman deserves the credit of beauty, manr. matrrn iieg'4'rtlirr4 I".4 1.to.artaranyanltarlumColumhaving :, r' "I -
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.' THE STAR has given fair mention in its Mrs. B. R. Wilson was also awarded a determine*! its rcnl rharao'.es-.Jihet'nvj; i'F 1Hi:(: _'/ ,"'ii- -. ,- "" i. a 'r'spon Wt

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,: glades scheme, and our position in this The refreshments, consisting of excellent REVISED FOR ULA-For a number of years requests have come to me froD.a multitude of grateful friends urging tLat Pe-ru-na
Ft that 1 1l be given a Blight laxative quality. I have been experimenting with a laxative addition for quite length of time and now feel gratified to
matter is in accord with hostess
thoroughly l cake and sherbet of the own. announce to the friends of Peru na that I have incorporated such a quality in the medicine which, in my opinion can only enhance iu well
of our contemporary as above expressed. I making were delicious and were arrangedin known beneficial character. 8. B. HABTMAS, M. D.

m &;; We did censure the,drainage board for ,! a novel and very attractive style, the' -

t'' insisting on the collection of the drainage ; sherbet being served in dainty little cups PRIMARY ANNOUNCEMENTS assessor and will appreciate the supportof third district subject to the action of the

g, tax in the face of 'court decision that resting in beautiful tissue paper carnation my friends on May the 15th 1906. Democratic primary.
Respectfully R.
your A. Co.NKLIXG:
t : the same was unconstitutional and illegal, I baskets which were kept as souv- P. A. Me\hLLAX
FOR MEMBER OF THE SCHOOL BOARD
but since that time the drainage board enire of this delightful occasion. FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION

It r- : has ordered the tax suspended, pending Mrs. .Rathbnn was assisted in enter-I To the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.: ,; Titnsville, Fla., March 6th, 1906. To the Democratic Voters of Brevard County.

the final decision of the question at'law. I taining her guests by Mrs. L C. I respectfully announce myself a candidate -!.
To the Democratic Voters of Brevard
County:
I for member of the school board from I am a candidate for renoinination by
.-" We hold that the people Florida are and'the hearty expressions of appreciation second district subject to the action of I 1wg leave to announce that I will hea Democracy <>f Brevanl county for the

the proper parties to decide the drainage I of.this most pleasant! affair were the approaching Democratic primary. candidate for tax assessor at the next office of ouperyJMjrof registration" If nominated -

::: question. and it will, be a matter for the I unanimous. R. E MIMS.: primary election, May 15th. My past I promise a continuance of a faithful -
'c next legislature to decide\ whether the .. work leads me to believe that I am performance of the duties of the
r To the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.: qualified to fill the position, and I will office. Soliciting the support of all tu the
R, work shall be continued or'given np. Letter to Walker Hardware Company 15th
appreciate the support of all my friends. primary on May ,
'; ; In the mean time let the people and Titusville, Fla. I respectfully announce myself acindi- Yours truly, 1 am very re8pwtrallv,
the all reliable information date for member of the school board from \V. II HALL. W. S. NOBWOOD.
,::1 press secure .Dear Sirs: Messrs. Leachman & Edelin, the third district subject: to the action of

possible in order that it can l>e settled Graftnn, XV. Va., had been selling apaint, the Democratic primary on May 15th. Worth of Pine Treea
its merits des writs. No ARNOLD FOR COUNTY TREASURERTo
upon or one car E. B.
well of and this
which they thought ;
blame Governor for .. Pine trees In Florida are becoming
justly Broward facing had occnred.Thev -- -- the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.:

r honest and sincere with the people whom had sold a customer 18 gallons of FOR REPRESENTATIVETo We do not kno\\"ilTreasnft'rJohn Henry objects .for real consideration The

he represents. the Democntic Voters of Brevard County. is a candidate for reelection or not, but direct reason for saying this U that
it to his house. A few later .
paint
,. years ,
for him and him for
7 willsnppo1
we are
they sold the same man Devoe lead.and- I hereby announce myself as a candidate treasurer at the primary on May loth. Mr. James Sanders was In from Early

State Candidates Qualified zinc the same number of gallons to paint for representative, subject to the His FBIEXW. Bird Saturday and said that the sawmill
Democratic primary, May 15th, 1906. I
The campaign committee of the Demo- the same house. He hid 7 gallons left. will appreciate your support, and if near that place recently iOld

: cratic state executive committee held a The point of the tale i is: 11 gallons'De. elected will in return serve you faith- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER three sticks of timber for which it se

meeting Tuesday for the purpose of certifying voe paints an 18 gallon house. fully. To the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.: cured .the price of f 150 apiece. These

' to the candidates for state offices Do want to sell it? Very truly yours, timbers measured
yon \\'31. R. RO iCII. The many friends of C. H. Xauman announce flity feet In length
who have complied with the require Of course, that isn't all. him as a candidate for county and squared eighteen inches. They

ments of the official call for the pri Why does 11 gallons Devoe go as far as FOR TAX COLLECTORTo commissioner to the decision from the of fifth the district Democratic, subject are used for dredgeboat studs, and
yA
: manes.>l. IS gallons of other paint? Because it is the Democratic Voters of Brevard County.I primary on May 15th, ISKjG.! the reason they command such a high

Qualified candidates for representative all paint, all true, no sham, and full mea..Q.11M. price is because It Is difficult to ol.
candidate for reelection the
am a to
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from Brevard county: Wade H. Jones To the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.
office of tax collector of Brevard county : tain timbers of this length and size.-
;e ;, and W. R Roesch;from St. Lode comity, Do yon want to sell it? subject to the action of the Democratic I hprt'Iv announce myself 1 as candidate Ocala Banner.

: CL F. Olmstead; from Dade county, J. But that i. n''t all. Devoe lasts ]longer primary to be held May 15th, 1906 If i for county commissioner! for the fourth

' ': s' W..Watson, (;eo. A. Worley. Xo, no; you haven't got to wait ten elected I will give the duties of the office district, subject to the cacti->n of the Democratic

S. -M.. Sparkman, from the first congressional years to find that out Ten thousand the same careful attention that I Ilain primary oa May loth.
the past. r. A. ROBI 80S. ROBBINSIncorporated
iVj=* district, has no opposition. people know it. We've got their names. Respectfully,

r'B?% '.i". ... Neither has Frank Clark, the congressman Our agents know them they think a E. W. HALL. To the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.: &

from this district W. B.. Lamar, heap of Devoe. There's no difficulty in I hereby offer myself as a candidate for GRAHAM

; however, baa opposition in his race for showing your townspeople what to expert FOR TAX ASSESSOR re-election a? county commissioner from co.,

'I) \ reelection from the third district in the of Devoe. $10 will paint a $15 house; To the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co. the !wend district and will appreciate

tr person of Jefferson D. Stephens, of Ma. and the paint'll last twice as long. Having dtcidnl to become a candidatefor the support Respectfully of all Democrat, JOHN R. MIOT. ( Paid up Capital 2Lt>Ut1.0o.

k : rianna Mr. Stephens baa duly qualified Do you want to sell it? the office of tax assessor, I take this ,
y candidate and is an excellent citizen Yours method of announcing my decision to the This company owns lands
a truly
as ,
of Brevard To the Democratic Voters of Brevard County. in the Indian River Country -
and well known West Florida Democrat F. W. DEvOE& Co. people! county. My candidacy
I a : based several ,on the St. Lnrie River,
is upon very good reasons, I hereby announce myself a candidatefor
: It is not believed, though that it 33 New York. which shall endeavor to place before as county commissioner for 1st district at New River and on Biscayne

is possible for him to defeat Lamar. The many of the voters as possible for me BO subject to the action of the Democratic Bay.

friends. of. Lamar 'expect .him to*carry SAIL LOFT AND GUN REPAIR SHOP to do between now and the day for holding primary May 15th, 1906.
the primary. Sincerely and respectfully Very truly, PRICES TO SUIT THE
county in hisi district; with the Yacht sails and launch awnings made TIMES.
every GEO. F. E.. su. WlI. R. WALKER.To .
of Jackson up in first 'class style, mildew proofed if
possible.exception where a
ti desired. Also goDs stocked and shot Send for land niL
t .. ; strong effort is being made for Mr. guns rebored. To the Democratic Voters of Brevard County. the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.:
OrricuAT .
.
Stephen HENRY BE. EC'Xl', I hereby announce that I am a candidate I hereby announce myself as a candidate
sr.. t <; .The. applications show that for justices Titusville, Fla. for reelection to the office of tax for county commissioner from the TITUSVILLE LID MIAMI.



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.< :,,: ...,. .&.;;. <,,. 3 tt!eaiididata.foi;: :ra";; e Lfav">'"Hirqdriftanal breath; r v ? TV Y ; .
t. { found the f
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:, .:.' .. ."''. "_. ..:). .B3rittapc.... .tdiPl. .i!'-ttie n r3ociplees ,"'+ fraJllllOl' ( of earth Meet wttbglprifainajeatir cheeryr 1'Habea'1Dd _',. ,lair'rl: ,.believe becaoae" ," ..'"in,I bavebeen'oonvinced'thatihy : upholding ; bee'Bactmin;' United{?States': ,Government': !tests ',of greatest "P'
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.":0':"L',)0.r.;".;':'.'\10..:hisi'Sralannttair.me.Nge.to p'',1Ch'o'b: .. '1:'%.t'f Con'a' -I.. ,.,. T z Hiiresarnctio>4to sopremacy.' .........
".':''.,rJ.':.'.:"<" hs;gu<:ieq'of' ''iii :pabiic 1" ofceie arealbuatioaattmapable 2.Love's Witi spiritstrength magic word Be He tsattbtr fought;"" |1<>t', .tT J iDiibution.o mole to the advancement higher earning of;popular;tend ed.acaion ..and ,is ,most:economical in practical use. :;: ,''-

.if. ;, : otbeingmadeeo. ?,The. :troths that'lead us from the, night tofYea ; ..;: .
j: -,- '- ,"-:..-i > -10', < ". -- than; the'diflusion of..funds:in Housekeepers .are:, .sometimes importuned
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{' R _readily qualify-tbeme ;'.;.:for tHeirf k.,rfTO lead;_eidU the souls Dome of again men
/ l di It'm;ootfbot believes f/Up from defeat to.final'victory.7 :f. some' of the cheapest made powders are sold .. [ =
I, ., 'TrI believe in the perpetuation of .. .
; tl t'inor is iom-by Long continuanceotimegyn 'fA': -- '' .& .
{ ca tfA,81ort mmesfrom"-Tampttbat'a. : the state railroad'commission because I to..consumers:at the highest. p ice.. : 4.:; \4 .
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a tQtinIs genenilyto bi -
__1.;;;" 'i/,pied by-"*.their=". 'experience1!-',' .,.'.. Gireek'.. _. Ooge. J
',{) I .have?eerved'the.: state :way:UroId decidedly.. 'exciting ,experience. iwith a' betwreen arbitration and the 'law: courts ,/ .
chances.- '
better the ind take' r
where the differences between the people not to buy Royal no s
i: k monster P dJaharkaear Tazpgapriage i S
-i c mmtluoneratconstderabiepecuntary' : The Greek wan ,.working la avery 1 and the transportation compapies may be the'powder; whose goodness and honesty are neverquestioned 3
: Iaotlfloe; .having.. given, up a lucrative lawptactiee I and regulated informally' .
determined and
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?: 1- ;{which I now' ;feel that$justice fine sponge :hed about'for tyfeet: ,1 .without delay ., ? ,
; tgwyeelicalla,: 'to"reeame'and belowtbe, wirfacef when the 'aharkslipped or technicality.FourthI1 4 1. '
upon me .
_ : il. :retiring'from1,0IBco".I; wish to thank& suddenly: _upon;Wm;; -The minturned believe the county court :-* Is ,it economy to spoil your digestion(: by.,analiimphosphate 'i ;

." : }A fw people of ibs state for the very hands 'to f:fight .the,;sliart1; :;Which .de- I should be abolighed because the dismem- or other adultercd powder to ,
:\ };aome vote which they have always given bermentof; theold: .county; of Brevard rr .-

:;: 'r die whenever' I have been" a candidate for fiberatelyiknocked' .... him. .,. down, :;:with. his, I and! the increased jurisdiction){justices save a few pennies? ;" : ':', 1" .: .
.:, y8ioe;and the flattering awnranceof supiich tall.Tits,, !man managed to'slgoal his of the make it 'expensive and.an-1 I' ;
have received from all ; peace : .r
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port parts
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t''';1;rot tha state}: '. ,fellow',z- ." ...; divers- .above" 'and'tWai very necessary. ,Let us keep_up 'our presentsolvent :' "

t.k ; .JXFFIBSOIN. ',B. BBOWNB., quickly drawn from Uwlwater., Theshark and prosperous; condition_ by cot- s .ROYAL., BAKING POWDER- CO., NEW YORKand ; !' .

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Jif1 h:nierehantx of West Palm:Beach 'the mam was taken out of, the treasury.' -' .A *:*>''' /t
I am satisfied that an infusion of the absolute loss to themselves. :l
'- tU}begfD early closing duringthe water'before.efng injured.TOE ,,Fifth-; I believe the"Moegoito Lagoon purity of womanhood into the principle I To theee particulars and, moreover to .: '

IMf wnmer montla,-J1 x ::KoDd y. law",should be amended so as to exclude of office would add to the dignity the general principle of government of -
:;f. "I' : 8ALK oB CASH holding the people, for the people and by the-
osasp
"n., ? alf waters south of the north line of Brew
.i and cleanness of the public servi e.SeventiiI ..
what little I have
;i.. {tt WANTEDMflSnalt .. good land people, pledge ability
/1> About 88 acres of 'nigh on ard because it infringes the political :
county the
F. ; believe disposition, of as;also, my,honor and good name.
: ,conve nienUy located: 'Florida the east or ocean Bide of the Indian riverat .
Brevard : WADS H. JOSES.Titnsville
integrity, county and engenders of the counties in the state to'redu :
follows Lot some ,
Sl; ro city or country' price mast be the Narrows, described as : .
3rd 1906.
,4Q'; ;' SreaeonabL Would be Interested in fruit tfo, 3, section 35, also lot No. 3,, section oonfosion.of legal jurisdiction. the per diem.pay of county commissionersfrom Fla.Apr. ,

,_ ...ti.J growing cannery, fishery, or.,would parr 36, in township 31 south, range 39 east believe 'bat''be state, primary .law $100 to $50 per annum [;ought to be .
,; :: i chase part or entire interest in any well This land is unimproved but finely; located. > should be amended o so'as ,to allow opposed 'because it militates against the Call at Titusville Livery, at rear of. .
: further address ; Robbins' law: office .for
For ,
r hotelproperty particulars stylish rigs.
j paying bosiness, general store or women to become candidates for .office -
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f ? preferred.: J: T. FLODKNOT, E. M. Low, interest of the taxpayers, since good men I Leave your orders for hauling, tQ&h'dou. ; '
-' i': :" ,. P.- 0. box 531, Johnston; Pa.t Brockton; Mass. because. I am satisfied of the, fairness of it cannot serve in these offices on a basis of I ble and single. J.M.Osbao, proprietor... .

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the contents spilled. The drawer-pulls are of the :

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1''ftr .ioif :JW11 .\.w.bft DO __t ,W. 1S1IM" ; ; actions r In. all. BASE BALL I
.. ;. carp axssrs of all ev ml8uisee: 1 have been.tbegun'against. .:Abe former Strouse.Siinsliine:
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ft' ;'f -. ,'....... '.tEGALCRIMINALOil .- ". '- .'J';:'... .''l"t. 4 ; 'Bank of i North Ameri- f
..".i1.P): "-H -"i'-a.:-.S lk. 'i' ,-.. -,-. ." ..->.. '. catof'NewYorkvhas";charged Its note t "HomeFiftytwo7 Distributed to the trade in Florida exclusively by '
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,-i r '; Pursuant to the qrder oft. .L e Missouri''' ilhig 134,000,' ,He has been for thirty- I :

11 's 'supremeV.court: tte:' officials (',the three years a'trusted'employee, and his times a year is assured The H. & W. CO. 14

%:'Standard Oil 'company:ban taken the peculations by;falsification l of accounts to you if you ;
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L: aea1.from their lips and hare given. ;to extended.. -- .back. "" ten years' ] *
FLORIDA ,
fft: a Attorney GeneNHatlley ftcts essjjntial Alleged'Rebaters on'Trial. : JACKSONVILLE/

;,, 'to bit" 'phrpooe-atmeIj": prov- '-- Before"Judge 'Holland In the'.district READ Ik SUNThatillustrattd I

a. Ing that the.so called Independent War Court at, .Phlkdelphia' was begun the ">
r ters Plerce and Republic Oil companies first rebate'prosecution under the El- 1 Prices on the goods F. 0. B. Jacksonville are the 5

}' :which,have done business in.Missouri kins law:by direction of the president, weekly paper .
1 in New considerable
':: are: In"fact owned:''and controlled: by the,'case'being that of B. D. Wood'& printed in Jacksonville and ill same as charged Yprk, saving .

'. a the;oil trust This much was'admitted Co., Iron founders: charged with pay- ill. in freight.

; _formally'by; the'counsel for'the}trust big less'than :the established freight published everywhere. Send for catalogue and sell Spaulding's Line.MAPES' .

\ .: p whenTH. H. Bogerswa; under:examination rate for a ,shipment. of iron. pipe to
; for' the second, time at New Winnipeg,.'Man. r=r=r=lr=.Ic=lr=Jt" =.J f :;

: :Y :York John.D..' Archbold.' vice president Enterprise. Bank Arrest. A. K. 'Taylor -
I 2 of the Standard.Oil Company of t
In consequence of the collapse or the
. New Jersey,'which" is,now the centralS 5

organization:the trust testified that Enterprise., five arrests National were bank made of,AlJeghen)1Pl. including Hakes the cartoons and all the ;
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,: John D. ,Rockefeller Is no longer" the
- other 'i
F. B. Nichols, private..secretary W. pictures.
head of the trust, although be i
H. Andrews the delegate from New
.;.' continues to be the nombial. b ad. Mr.Archbold Nichols :
Mexico. was charged with
1"active'' : said that the business of the
drawing checks'on the bank in favor Claude I/Engle AIn J
:trust was. looked after by a number of himself and'Andrews while having )
,; x>>>f people and that there'1I no master !
;-i t mind. ,He said.It Is about' ten:years no deposit and with having helped .
Cashier Clark to extract funds from editorial paragraph
pungent
since 1ir.. loekfeller.bal.b8en'1n 1i
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a'. tire control of the business.. Nevertheless 1< hank looks after the things that 1i

,,the latter would. be glad,to sub-: Chamberlain's Comb Remedy the Beatand need attention. I i
Fertilizers >
ii,. ... 'alt to.a questioning.in some quiet and Most Popular I

: place. To .this offer the>ttotney. ,"Mothers buy it for croupy hildren,
'. r : general replied.."We hare onlyone railroad men boy it for severe coughs WARM, BRIGHT, FACINATIXGLT tI I

IJIaeduded- way and place for examining witnesses and elderly people buy it for la grippe," CLEVER HIGHEST GRADE .. .
.' .,- la this proceeding." Mr. Arch say Moore Bros., Eldon, Iowa. "We sell .n ,
:<": ,bold Insisted however, that Mr. Bockeftiler's more'.of.Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 9
: : to than any other kind. It seems to have BEST CROPS IL
objection a pubUeIBf hearing That tke SunIf :
taken the lead over several other good
,
was solely'his dislike of 'andnewspaper
1 publicity .
brands. There is no question but this RGESTRETURNS
: carlcature&It medicine is the beet that can be procuredfor .
Is reported tijat John D. Bockefel coughs and colds, whether it be a you pay to reacL this paper you <

,r v tat Is also seeking to' avoid' subpoena child or an adult that is afflicted. It al. .' can read THE SUN too, Perfect Safety in their use. Send to the nearest I
:. service ,in the. case of a French oil ..aya'COI I and cures qokkly. Sold by
I firm, which" seeks to show,in court at Bed Cross Pharmacy. WITHOUT EXTRA ExPENSAsk t agent for circulars and price list showing; dangers of

.. : Philadelphia: that the .Pennsylvania using acid materials on our light, sandy soil and

. '- railroad gave the Standard 011 company The annual meeting of the State. us or write us and how great losses were made by farmers last year i
:t:; unjust rebates. .This would explain Camp of the Patriotic Sons of ,AmerIca

.I" : : the,. hermit-like seclusion of the will be held in Gainesville commencing throughout the state. e

;. :: oil magnate at hia Lakewood (N. J.) May 2d.About \W11 tell how.. t

Ktt;\ home, surrounded by barricades and you AGENTS:

'!!1,,'-.". ,.:-.. .guards. Khenmatlim

i :" "Morgan's Partner Arrested. There are few diseases that inflict more b E. L. BRADY & BRO., Titusville ;

A- Judge Thomas T. O'Sulllvan of the torture than rheumatism and there is Chamberlain'sCough

I;'3. .. :New York general session instructed probably no disease .for which such a t JOS. PAXTON, Rockledge < .
varied .and, useless lot of remedies have
i.li the grand to refuse to permit'the -
: jury
been suggested...To siy that it can Ix- J. M. SANDERS, Cocoa ,
f'' case of'political contributions by Insurance -
cured is, therefore, a bold statement
.: ;:f / ; 'officials to.be dropped.' He told make, but Chamberlain's Pain Balm, R. L MIMS, Bonaventure 4( .

{I'. them to go to District Attorney Jerome which enjoys an extensive sale, has met S. BERGMANN.Merritt
{--: x and demand the evidence concerning with great success in the treatment of
.. ; ibis disease. One of Pain
; these payments and more especially application
-- .:: Balm will relieve the pain,and hundred .
$48,10of of sufferers have testified to
permanent I I I I I I I ,
.. -:; cures by its use. Why suffer when Pain IQtI r
t" ,Perkins: vice ,0
Balm affords each quick relief and cost J
\. president of the but a trifle? For sale by Red Cross Pharm ,
:>? New York Life. acy.

.y ,Before the Jury
had -obeyed For Over Sixty Tears. S. K. WATTSLadies'

this instruction Mrs. Winslows' Soothing Syrup has Remedy 'I
the district'at. been need for over sixty vears by millionsf

torney had caused mothers for their children while teething Thd CMldren's Favorite

: >r the arrest of with perfect success. It soothes the ---CURSSCoughs -- and Gents' :
Perkins child, softens the gums, allays ail pajn, ? Colds, Croup and > ForoisbiDgsDRY
on a
NM cores wind colic, and is the best remedy Whooping .
Cough.
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; warrant chargIng
It will the
for diarrhoea. relieve po rIittJesuft"erer !
grand larceny This remedy. i+ famoti for lt cur Hon. GOODS, NOTIONS
immediately. Sold by drag .
alarlC port >:tl.e citUUeil world. It can
issued by gists in every part of the world. Twenty- always he '!"p.T,.1ed n fln' It conUios no
opium or o!her barmfal drag and be Boots. Shoes Stationery Novelties Etc.
may I
MagistrateMosa five cents a bottle. Be rate and ask for t given a.:coufiilrDtir to a baby M to an adult

of the "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and Price 25 cts; Large Size, 50 eta. ,
t : George W. 'Perkins.. Tom b,s police, take no other kind. ,: I Eau Gallie, Florida

{ court The arrestwas made by prearrangement -
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; tend.without being taken to
CASTOR
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the police. court the. case was at once IAFor
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I: >.- '. advanced to the supreme court, on a Infanta and CMldrem ? 4. REGAL
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-'f: writ of habeas corpus Issued by Justice .

g-;: ,.:':;' Greenbaum.., Later ferome requested : lh Oil Yoo+Han Ahajs .1 b

;; / ed Justice: Dowling to authorize a special t
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.. : qsaliQadeni;BainesV: iq:SJQopfcuce.,laid>down with by>> :the this4r Ra\lraad* to;;$:hsri Taxes.ffj.. ? I. illegal,_:..The colonial_ office -later- 'apologized. 'PromotesDigesfonC&crMr.: : '.': '

t mdttel Ia their calkthe: eltictlc n j '.....AI'ene1.l.Jenate.; ; and:Ibousehave : ,i e5s tlftl StCohntnsnetther : '

c:<' JIoIaeI4.In'eaeJa dettbtt the am prednct boars,'at ar theesmaAd passed...without. 'a dissenting':vote ] Moroccan Problem Solvtd..: ppium.Morphine nor Mineral ILL. \' }
pmvida'tMeJtoidiuof6enea the;,;Perkins equal c.biD'; en.ffor: : the ftMl'8 solution '
ek loos.;' !h; : providingon ;of the NOT;>> NAHC OTIC.' i
"" '<'- -} k that. !lelhoad'ptoperty;Bhalh be.4taies. : i Moroccan police problem In :the t international -

.'.. aa.those peigooe shall be pet: "the came basis ...anY other proper I conference at Algeciras,Spain, "" -

.. ,' psutiei & candidate fiatMmsnagementofan* before,or vow' ty..: =Thls-was one"of tiw pet measure l has 1 generally been given: to" Henry --tulk-SJ1(1lU.P/TCl&& r (-s; i 3'1ll.

rf:dctioo,>; held by:the Democratic advocated by'Governor Stokes;: This lathe White ambassador.to. 'Italy,who Is one tbia I.J- 0 ... <; t.t .
..:|a Fktrida,=-who e white DemocratI third of'the' f f D-measures": of the :Amerlr '.,Ik '1iIIV. '
l' 4itossl:,wbo declare.their adherence to tbrind Pored ,&J.1I.SJ1... I' -
: by Stokes.that par.fot through can delegation n' : ,, -
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.. ., _i itooaaUUte oixanizatioa t nd eoanty of the-Democratic who an by : the legislature.,,' ,The|'other*;were to:restrict ,at the confer ii '' ;

.. avs of the state: lawful electors of the I ;thegrant; ofj'a'munldpal; franchise t _-- ent'e. .His Idea

...on'district:!In which they offer to vote, 16 twenty years,'subjectto; extension 'was to limit.the ':
!, bav .paid,their. poll taxes legally doe .by a'vote'of the.peopjf. and grant supervision of Use-
:Ier'ibaa'ten' days before cb
primary .
\->sjietfiin..iraeloV and .wn* shall"wbenchal. Ing trolley companies,the right to car ..the. diplomats Apcrfect Remedy for Constipa-
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::.4>NPA by airy elector, pledge in writing up- ,17.treight.. The railroad tax. bill. is expetted 'at; Tangier to SourStonfich.Diarrtoea, I '

L aib.,before:an.inspector, his honor to to"add. $3,000.000. to the state's, 'the'malnte %jConvulswns.Fevcrish-
'< eJ"auulDppoJ't.the result of such pri- income. .- \ nance of International For Over
'" saif and vote for the nominees thereof. '" oess and LOSS OF SLEEP.

._ / .yOsa11' elector,qualified to vote in said pri- :..Labor. 'Men to Enter..PolitiCL \,. Impartiality .. i
jajy,elections, shall have the right to vote At a meeting of the executive council tl accord'lug'tothe TacSimue. ; Signature of
?v: is ,f"Xr: '
ir E ODe IditeforRepieentativeintbngiea 'of the'American Federation-of Labor con- : Y
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> ;; (dltiouS'lmposed Thirty
'J 1. parr for tieJ'ID'of six yean.liTwp .'r. toward the:.more' active participation tt' 'by ,the conference. NEWYOHK..

( agdidatea forBailioad Commissioners. ofbnIon'labor; .Inc national ., The chief
One:.candidate for member of State. Execu- bodies' political Inspector Is _
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'Whtte.

-gt Six:candidates: for members of County Exeeotive questioning 'candidates: for.:.public''offices report simultaneously
-: to the sultan and to the CASTORIA I
Committee'one from diplomats
;;, : : each commie upon questions affecting-the, in _
o-";:jsioaendistrict, and me.from the attlarge'and The French and.German del*
terests of labor and the PeoPlE generally EXACT COPT0TWRAPPCB.
: one candidate'fromeach: : of the ''tothe'end gates shook hands cordially and werephotographed ,
': _"s following county offices ; ; -that the'working'peapiemay '
For Member of House of unit:at'the with their assistants to ; TNI CIIIT.II.II COH.."". HCW Vera Cry?. 'r
: Bepresentatives.t.c act at .
r as a polls .. ..
T 3 *fnx, >ii ector-' < election. testify to the happy ending'' of thestraggle. '. 'r. : every .
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*jy .l'or.Tax AMfvBBQl -' .; Some details remained to be i
pt-Kg For County' .Treeaahr.Fbr : Patterson' Urge. Laborer to' Rise. adjusted; but the drafting of'a protocolwas
,'t! .- County Bcsgbtntion Officer: /Joseph Medill Patterson; the-wealthy !
matter of
t'i''t!. 1 For County Commissioner,.District No 1s only a, few days
bas
;; ,..k t -S-.M I' u, Vn 2No Chicago: Socialist recruit; begun British: Labor Unions Immune... The climate of the East Coast of Florida
.,,",.; ";':"'' '' ...., .. ... 3. his actif ,labor 'f hisfaith by addressing ,
";''-'$ ; house of
The has
->)jtj'0.n u II N 4. the.employees of the Chicago commons passedthe is 'nearer perfection than that of any
.
bill .
.1- demanded the ,
/'If.: No 5. Stockyards. Speaking to those em by labqr members ,

.4tii.Eor4 Member 'Board of Public. Instruction' ployed by the Armours he;said that"it ,-giving all labor unions complete I other' place on earth. *. *; '
''r1 NoL Immunity from prosecution for damages -
was the hard labor'of the workingmenthat
.Board of Public Instruction
For Member ,
3f
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Jrl on account the.acts of individual .
,, 'J) ltrict No 2.:. was adding $3,000,000, to the -
k =.For Member of Board of Public' Instruction, wealth of'J.: Ogden. Armour and .he nem.bersPremier Bannerman ex-
Ef., NoS. added: '"Yen ought to ,rise In your plained that;the object of the government I {
,'_Each'elector'shall; vote for. one candidatem was 'to "place the rival of East Coast \ f i '
.t- i his re ectiTe 1 district might, go"to the'polls, elect a Socialist : powers
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I:*:Tor JosBee of the Place. .' i president and come Into 'your own. :capital and labor on an equality so ,

,\ForConsbkble.. This is your only chance. It.Is said that in the event of a fight it should "

-, ..'I../The; : respective candidates' are'assessed as that Patterson is to start Socialist. be, a fair one.". After some twitting of ,

<;--(.-IbllowB,',and ,said assessment most be paid d ny. the; government for 'its."cowardly surrender ;
i,tothe Secty and Treasurer of this committee, : i
ton or,before'April 21st. 1906, each candidates Individualism Versus Socialism.In to the clamor of the Labor par

f- ):for the oftlee'of. > an I article for the April CenturyW. ty" the bill' passed its. second- reading

?. embmof Hosea of RePf-5CntatiTes---f25.00 J. takes the ground that by '456 to 60 cotes.Rheumatic ft

'tl\'Tut Collector__-__-________._..._75.00 Bryan wns .62
.fna a_ worM.._*m_._ui_..-"."___- -75.00 there should be and need' be 'no un Quickly
"1.itf.lOMmty_Treasurer ___i_ __.25.00 friendliness between honest individualists
i:'"* Eegistration.. _....._..10.00
':' .Supervisor of :- and honest Socialists: as both seek The excruciating pains characteristic :
County Commissioners._..__ _.. ._.'5.00 OnioniL -
-- -- believe I ,
> : .. that which they best for society. rheumatism and sciatica are quickly re- .
Public Instruction 5.00
of
f :-Member Board -
He believes thatat present private ieved by applying Chamberlain.s Pain ,
assessments the
s The: following made on
Jalna The relieving of
monopoly putting upon individualism great pain power ,
q5 ..4'year county officials, who are not voted
-i and
the liniment has been the surprise
,for at this primary election, 'to b lp defray ;;an 'undeserved'odium, and
i1 I
lelipht of thousands of @utr..rers. The
.the'expenses of the election, owing to the hence the' Individualist should address
'tlimited. number; offices to be voted for and In order that qqi[ k relief from pain which it affords a
this
himself .to problem
'-Awhile"we know we cannot enforce this as- s' alone worth many times its cost. For
."{-;;iWf sessment,' we trust that in fairness these 'advantages.of competition may be ale by Red Cross: Pharmacy. .1 ,
f. assessments will be paid. restored to Industry. He argues that

i1Z\!: .CI'k't Circuit Court.._______._.___$2000Sheriff the words'individualism and Socialism O, ST.ORL. ..
t ___. .. __._.20-00
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County Judge---v----.__________'::_._..__.___JP-W define tendencies rather than concrete _0. Ham Mays Bought i
*;:\ ;' County'Attorney________..__________10-00( systems. He thinks,that much of the 8fpabzt u 4--' ,
Snpt of Public Instruction.------._____15.W strength of Socialism! is due to tin '. >

.i4 Each candidate will file with the amount condemnation of abuses, which while .j'

> of his assessment his application to have his existing under Individualism are not
y name placed on the unit i*t ballot. to It. ud the ftaou Orange Gmes, PIneipple J'hDtaUOI1" .'. '

:The inspectors f./r said primary election, necessary CocouBt Greco nd Trgrtible. Farms. of Ue eontrj tributary to i '
for the different t4.ttion districts will be Big Fine For Political Gifts. '
= annotated at a future meeting of this com- The Maryland senate has passed the INDIAN RITEE, I1ZE WOBTH and BISCIT Bit '
as far in advance -
imtteij..and will be publist-ed corrupt practices act,. with,an amendment I ire nuked from ItekKmrllle via the
i of the elocti IIIf jHissible.
'' The committee will meet on May 81st, providing fine of $100,000' for FLORIDA: EAST COAST BAILWAT.Railway. fI f

1906, at the Court House in Titusville. to campaign contributions, by corporations -
'canvass the returns of sail I primary election chairmen to
and requiring party
the result then of. and for such
declare
;Sif' and other business as may be necessary at that render an account to the courts of all

time. money spent in elections.
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<, THos. H. SJJSDEKS, Chairman.r. .

!, T J. 'CQCltsRUTLaf
), 8ecty and Treasurer Titusville, Fla I
I FOREIGN I A Y.


I I POLITICAL I Tide of Revolution Rising. For copy of teutiful look,Etrt: Gout of Florid*",bat ap CPeiimraUr fl.J. .

Whatever hope there was;of seeinga : Florida, ud other Information, address

representative form of government' N .B.P&UOTT, J.P.BECIWITJI, 1.D.XlB1n,

Hadl.y on Lawless Business. set up In Russia under the direction of TIet.mrtACw.XaiH"--... J.a r.A.
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At the dinner of the Missouri Society Premier Witte has disappeared In the ON YOUR ST. AUGUSTi, FLA. '
General Hadley, .
of New York Attorney present reign of terror directed by Minister HUNTING TRIP

: who was the guest of honor, diagnosed of the Interior Durnova, who Is.
which command Be sure to U property*Tuipprt-<* lii the STEVHXSlBdyooCANNOT00 -
g ; the existing abuses now all powerful with the czar. Arrests WBOXG. We mike
the.attention of, the country such as of persons belonging to the intellectual RIFLES from $2.25 to$150.00 S BABDARDsavannah F
and railroad PISTOLS from 2.50 to 60.00SHOTGUN3. -
the bribery of legislatures class have increased dally until from 7.SOta 35.00
corporations .
rebates by declaring that the jails are crowded. anticipation Asi yout dealer *1 iaskt Send for uoFKe illus.a.earpopularLac.
the law are in every If trated catalog. If in' r- .AIELrNE: :R.A.IL VJ"'A Y_
which overtIde
,1 'of popular reprisals troops and guns rmcanartohain.eship esteJ io SHOOTING TOO
and are responsible dire ou httoharetu Mailed
behind the bosses t rtmeft charges
+ case are being distributed to various points frr+.;;/ upon receipt of for four cents is Stamps to -FOR-
for corrupt rice.. co>erposoe.Oar ,
a catolog l<
of danger In Moscow alone nearly
politics. To his attartive three-color Aluminum Hanger will be
vital 1,000; persons have been imprisoned for sent anywhere fur la cents in stamps.J. Columbia Southern Pines, r
the
mind political reasons. A general railway STEVENS. ARMS AND TOOL co., :

'' t N "1 problem whether these la strike is again threatened and military Chicopee Palls F.O.Box II.4096....tJ'S.A. Richmond, Washington, Baltimore. a .

trains are held In readiness while all "

4 + elal'enterprises.great commer-, stations are under strong military, Philadelphia, New York,

or trusts, can guard.; Everywhere there are signs of

i i continue In open deepening popular unrest and In sheer KILL. COUCHAND TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.
& violence desperation the masses are likely to resPond -

defiance of and the law to a new revolutionary call CURE THE LUNGS SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL. .

I In the election of twelve members of ,
-: of the nation
and the state. the council of the empire which is tobe WITH Dr. king'sNew v,

i He says It is a the upper house of the Russian MODERN PULLMAN EQUIP JEXT. 4

\ conservativestatement douma; held at 8t Petersburg it is

,1 to say reported that those chosen are all well Discovery ONLY LZNE *i

General that the greater mown( members of the liberal group. Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eaiis. ,

Si Attorney. .Ba4l'Y. part of our trade They' were chosen by representatives FOR ONIUIIPTlON SOe Pritt 41.00
associations of trade and Industry
of the -
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and commerce la unlawful owned by in their corporations ort -- ,! throughout the country. In the mu- FrM Trial. For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, or ; t I
write to
,which are 'Diclpal elections of the St Petersburg furest! and ftuickea* OBI for all
tIon or In their business A. 0. MAC DONELL, S. C. BOYLSTON, Jr.,
pat that meth-I district Constitutional Democratiwereictorlous. THBOAT and LOTTO TBOUBorXOHXT.BAOIL Asst. General Passenger Agent Passenger Agent. f
not believe -
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: government :
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:,o ., 't..!:.r.IWTkJUrI9DIAKOLA.; 1 'e- !iir 81.1.1Jii t>. 1I 4 life.-I''. a real pleasure to take Holliater IBocky. birthday: on ,the 16UC: Th'ytoilowiD'C $10 to $18r .
1 i' ""j; h '''''''' '''' ;;:;' -: ':f.-. : ,S,. t' .:J4oaota1D..TeL:; 35nt ,;;Tea or U .Ie'ladie8 were-the'guests at her birthday =Jr=Jr l? 3hntrm; ::rt-Mt--. ---J.f.a.SCHWAB ..

.. $; gW i( I bunst t/ollIte'lbOltif'mi ,Tablets/Ask. your. druggist.; .*. "party given at the home of her "sister (CLOTHING PO.ReadyMade .-- ,

:;<4t ill i. ", .,_ ,," :tf.'. "-,.,._ y,.- .,' ",,..,"c ". 1;re :- ." :.- Mr*, Dr.,Peek: The Misses Blanch and s ;
: ;I''J. ,!'' --- <"t- gAU: .OALLD Clothing) for Beys-
l '- TO.TbAns : Elizabeth 'Williams
\. -ii-( ;- < Florence Snedeker, _
% "' -tJl \ ; .euchre pa.j.1;. came off.Thurs-. ; ,Summer.weather:and. showers' : during. Lillie! Lee, Lillian Ferguson, .Bonnie $1,50 to $10 all tRNOX

.%r.1% ': '::dsyevenfng: ;being the jart for the eegr-. the"past- r
_ ",.- !! '-'.?-fMfca' Teit r'amied6atarday and Pen: W. H.:'Munneft- .on' Wednesday ; games and a.jolly good time STETSON and -> 'I

: fr ced school Monday:;with the usual number. Holyoke,Mass-, ,' for.all.. S .


.J'. .':,;.,- :l. ., $"'"- otecholars: .: '.*-.... 'J t&.: -*- '-';'; .0.:C. Pingreyand wife. left for .Delevan .Mrs.. Geo.' Session, of Boston, Mass., a hil HOUSEKEDWIN IIAT I
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biI't s i -- '&ng;service' : tt Mrs.n, BiIl Sunday ,;N. Y., on Tuesday.IrB. 'niece of Mayor Goode, has been the $1.50 to 4
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!* : ,"' evening,"was 'well J' atteadadzconeidering J *' : Taylor has bought the entire liver guest ot ,her grandmother, Mr.-- John I t _4 -rCrr' 1-r' _

' "f ,'= thee 8tormy>eather.. "*"" / business of Eau Gallie. Goode.. .for the past few days. Mrs. Session : CLAPP'S andCHOSSE1TS {r.t

';IJ ,,' '. .ir. r 'Some hail fell the shower of and interesting lute son, Master l FINE SHOES '
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l :h ;M.r..and Mra. Meeker returned Monday during ,
three
Jack have been the '
,f '. from their. _trip to Cuba,but we.have .not Sunday last,.but no damage was done. spending past'relatives : $3 to $6.50 .

'iF.f i ..fC'= :. jet heard their.impressions .of that, part '.The'steamer,Canaveral again'in EanGallie months' on Indian river visiting: SGIf'OSS BROS.i & Ca """"
., at Roeeland and Melbourne. While at
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.:{. :., 2t of the.world.ift1j :. after an absence of several weeks. < ... .) -
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of
" Roseland they were the guests her I "QUEEN QIIALITY"Fine
-. : 'On morning the faun hee Mr. Reber and Sandusky,
r': Thursday. : : family aunt, Mrs. L. C.,Moore. Nhoes for Ladies .
ff..1' ;:': Florence and Louise left their'respective Ohio left for their northern home on *

t;( 'docks' with a merry ..crowdthirtytwo Tuesday.Mrs. Weetrlr Weather Report. |2.50 to $3.50

-&r .. ,all told-boand for to Melbourne left Thursday last for
a picnic : Vogun ,
:; on tr.a.DipAxnuHT or AOBICCZTUKI WKATB- t=Jt=Jt=Jt=J ;;J= = :;I
f\ t-- Beach !intending to return .the next day, Grove City, Pa., where Mrs. Vognn has a D Bt1BUU. These brands are recognized leader 1. ttjle, t and _lab. gold only bjr leaden
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':' L bat as everyone! was ainc'.80ch.a. good l lovely home. JUPITER, FUL Apr. 11. 1006.
abundance THE LARGEST CPTOATE.___ CLOTHING. NOOSE__ __ _ON EAST__CXIA_ __T_ OYXLORIDAComplete _..
;til .,' time, weather,lovely and had an Capt. McNab has ,housed bis catboat, Comparative statement of temperaturesand 1 *
r h .:-- to eat'we remained'pntil Saturday- the Alky, for-the summer months in..Ean rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. line of everything that men and boys wear '
1906 1905
'" .' :!. when. we' bad.' .a splendid'.trip., home all Gallie's harbor. DAT. lUX .IX. .AX.' .11'' We sell the best that money can buy :

if'1f- J:".: ':t' .highly delighted with their holiday. J. E' Banlerson has left for Chicago, Apr.Hit 11. 80 79 61 68 77 85 69 64 Allgoods marked fn plain figures, strictly one price to all' ,, -
\ ; took
Mr. HiJdreth and son,Mr. Edward,
spending a few days at New Smyrna and 1" 13. 80. 68 82 67 ,
. B.: : party to.Cocoa Beach for the day. They Jacksonville route.Mr. t.. U. 80 72 81 60 MAIL Oa.DEa& A. SPEC:!: 4. T.TY
"' ., 15. '78 '71 78 65
i_ : also report, a lovely.time '
; and Mra.. Mc elvey, of Youngstown 16. 80 68 74 MI
f"K I '17. 79 69 69 62 JAMES PRITCHARD, President. W.K.BEOWN,ViceProideat.WINSTON '
.,"' ep your .bowels regular by theaseof \ Ohio, left this'1eek on Thursdayfor I Total rainfall for the week. 127 inch. S.BRAXNINQ. Cashier. -
"' -, Chamberlain's .Stomach and Liverfablet& their home in Ohio. Departure rainfall for the week plus 0.64
There is'_ nothing>etter. For inches.
,; ;.Bale by. Red Cross Pharmacy. Col. Perry and family will leave next Departure rainfall aiDce/ Jao. 1st, plus INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK,1COUNTY I;
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"i _'-_ week for Brazil;Indiana, where. tbe'col 2.89 inch. H. P.r HAEDIW,

U :. r. .,' __ CJTT.PODCT. ,. onel baa a permanent home. Official in Charge. DEFOszwroBY.:
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..' '.; Mr: and' Mra., Geo. N. Hatch were The freighter, Mystic, of the Bogero Authorized Capital____________flOO.r.00.00
j T visitors at their old! home on- Saturday.. line;:was moored in'.the Eau Gallie river Jut; Because Paid up Capital____________1 25000.00

Mrs. E. G. Barnard,- of Bostoo.'who for a couple of,days. this week.Mr. Your 'cold is only in your throat and Average Deposits.$200,000.00TRANSACTS <
./ does not trouble you now, don't think A
baa spent, the winter at City Point, waa and Mrs. A. R. Hodgson entertained that it needs no attention When it has

t.- alaa among ;the. passengers for"the north on Saturday eve. Cards were the not had much of a start is the time to General( Banking Business. q -#

ti .. .?; t to pneumonia,
consnmp
t In the' reception room. of ,the Beach. Letters from G. W. Hopkins report his tion. A bottle of Ballard's Horehound Bank on the River. '

club .is ported tag.notice__that" the. next arrival at Bear Lake, Mich., where 'Mr. Syrup will cure that rough. The price Exchange Bought and Sold on All .
meeting will be.on Dee. 4th, by whichre Hopkins will spend the coming summer. puts it in the reach of all. Sold by Red ,Foreign Countries. ... J r a

"'; know that the season of '05-06Je, over: Capt. Symmonds left Kenosha, Wis Cross Pharmacy. Patronage appreciated. Prompt service,
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polite treatment and every favor consistent : #
Dr.'W.' B. Hentlnd wifo left for New cousin, where he will spend the summer NOTICE TO OGn'BAOfOUSuperintt'nrlent's with conservative banking granted.i_ t

'' \ York on Saturday, the Dr.: being enrqute months after housing his ,sloop in Ean CORRESPONDENTS: J f

'? -> *. to Eio de Janeiro and'Mrs Hentz to the Gallie's harbor..' Board of Public Office Instruction. Empire Trust Company, N. Y.. Florida 1

=c ,. home of her ,parents in No. Pembroke, Mr. and Mrs. McNab, of Youngstowu, Titusville, Fla. April 10th, 1906. Bank &Trust Company Jacksonville d a

'. Man. They expect to'return in 1J.ec.- Ohio, left on Thursday of this week for Bids,will be received by the undersigned! TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, -

"Tip Top'' cottage, the attractive winter their northern home. Capt. McNab is np to noon of Monday, May 7th, 1906, ,
closed of the commissioners of the city for the erection of an addition to the Cocoa -
home of the Capeharts was .on one city
Huh School building.
' ::r -Tuesday. Mr.. and Mrs. 'Capehait and Youngstown. Ohio. Specifications and information can be SCREENS

Mist Alice, going by the way of Cincin The Misses Danforth, Mrs. Gilbert and had from Dr. W. L. Hnglilett, C .coa; R i

nati to their home at Point Pleasant, W. Mrs. Harry'Hodgson spent Sunday over E. Mime chairman, Bonaventnre, and

YLRe at the ocean beach. Several gentlemen the The county board superintendent reserves the right, at Titusville.to reject For doors and windows '

; ,Millidge Walkar': and wife are were also in the party with J. Kingan any and all bids. '

s'r spending the week with Mr. Cresson, Hodgson at the helm: JOIIS R WALKER: covered with any wire...

and are booked ti sail 'on the Clyde Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Taylor entertainedon Secretary and County Supt.

. '' steamer leaving Jacksonville April 25tb Wednesday last. Cards were the feat EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,

''= =1 k for Mew York..Mr.. Walker in conjuncHion ure of this very enjoyable evening.( About B. L. MOTLO Dealers! in Lumber and Builders' Material.

i i \ with his son, Rev. John W., havebeen twelve couples were present Mrs. Tay '
Gallie
" in charge of the P. E churches at lor is a very popular hostess.Dr. Eau Florida. fJ'

Titusville Cocoa Ean Gallie and Melbourne .
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Sarah C. Hodgson has put awningsover
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S J. WALKER. H.B.MACE.JOHN
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the and it is the
during winter
the windows of.her office and sure
cause of sincere'regret that they are now gery in the West End Pharmacy. The i R. WALKER & CO.;,
through with their work with
us, at
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doctor is evidently not going to leave us I
at < least.for,/a time., Both father and son 1
,. the'sincere this summer for any length of time. Titusville, Fla.,
are *thIghly esteemed and

:! wish is expressed on every side that they All smart up-to-date women of today,
ry
return in the fall for another season., Know how to bake, wash, sing and play; DRY GOODS
Without these talents a wife is N. G.
Letters received from Mrs. and
Lecoq
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Unless she takes Rocky Mountain Tea. ,
S Slier Helen, daughters of Mr., J. W. Ask your Druggist. IN f

s ',+r Ballantine,. tell of the sad journey and

e> pk ,safe arrival at their home in Somerville, MELBOURNE.: CLOTHING .

*? E ; N. J., Mrs Ballantine bearing the fatigue .The dance last Monday night at Edu- .
k' % remarkably well.. Funeral services were cational ball was enjoyed by a numberof 'iI' *

held in St. Johns church on Saturday our young people.Mr. Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers,

f evening, and on Sunday morning his remains Harrington has left for his homein Ales, Stout, Etc. GENTS' FURNISHINGS, r

n: were taken to Windbam 'andk. Chicago but we look for his early return TITUSVILLE and 0000.FWRIDA

> laid beside his mother in the family plot, in the fall when he intends to build.
in the there. Mra. Ballantine 1lt .8end me yonr orders SHOES
country
'Capt. Alex. J. Goode has returned
'and unite in of
daughters expressions
from his three months' etay at Robe a ,
deep aud heartfelt appreciation for the
Sound. His Melbourne friends are glad to

'1r. great kindness, attention and sympathy have him and his family home again. -
manifested by every one from the first MILLINERY
Rev. Walker and wife f' -
Millidge were f
moment of their bereavement. .
a Y .. the guests of Mrs. Charles Spangler, at. 1 I'' ,
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> This is the" season of listlessness, head Hotel Carleton, last Saturday, Mrs. !
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c' aches and spring disorders. Hollister's Walker remaining here until noou Mon r OWe
. __, J .. Rocky- Mountain Tea is a sure preventliJ day. FURNITURE
live. It makes you strong and vigorous. f
35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Ask your drug. Messrs. S. T. and Allen Middleton left

gist. : on Monday after spending several months !: = = = =: .:;::- r
here. 'Mr. S. T. Mtddleton owns some : po J
ARTES1AA
,. valuable property at Tillman on which i want your patronage.Our .
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light shower Sunday, but ,rain is 4
S needed.Mr. .- he has made some improvments lately. aim is to please YOU. i

Capt John S. Sammis, who has been
and Mrs. Copeland were visiting one of the popular guests of Hotel Car w=:if New, Up-to-Date Goods in every

friends here this week.A FIRE INSURANCE
a leton this winter, left on Wednesday for Line.

: S pleasant evening was spent at Col. hia northern home in Brooklyn, N. Y I,

q 5 <:Hogan's in honor of Mr. and Mrs.Setber.r' The jolly captain owns'many valuable i:r ABSTRACTS Mail orders receive prompt and

Fritz and George Buehler"were the Iota in Melbourne. We are sorry to say i! careful attention. '

it ; winners in the geography game Friday good-bye to him but look forward to his REAL ESTATE


s. .afternoon Miss Mary, being Schaefer perfect., who has t been inRockWge early,Real return.estate transfers are still going on MORGAN & WALTON JOHN R. WALKER &: CO. Titoille! Ha

this winter with her sister, in Melbourne. Mr. W. T. Wells baa late I '. .,. Titusville.. J' a. ,

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