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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 27, 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: UF00075901:00362
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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n: "ln..nnn" ... ,,' 'uv." .r..... .r < Ian'River, State' -bank' on or:before ,May, ,;Large sbipnient i just:,iq .children's" :- : blucher style,'plain toe, this is.one of the . er ,.
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'',hie' ianiiBaT, tn* 'Etodo &r Indian ,B. R.'wltayar ....,....,'\'; r ,. line ever, ; Gun metal is. an entirely new: leather, it Mrs. J. Wager has just had her cottage, ,- _
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1 Hirer Mudc House. ,.Only IScenUpostk -, ; of Tttofvllle. every pair guaranteed not. to rip or tear. in South TUnsville,repainted, improvingits
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iSBfj ; ; like iron, worth$3.50;special price$ .159 '
ri k:18.foot rareaboot'for;sale cheap, SPICIALPWQWtn :' '. 4 BANNING,' had the work in charge '

Ap Two suits"oj sails, '; < .. ,,The. Clothiers and Furnishers, Monday only. '
;s *:; y1o thntoe .. '" Rev... Millidie. WalkeiaDd wileealW'

,.:.'If"':''\"': .'f";:1,...,...."'-...'.hing..".. first"?.chwe.T .. .' Sline't Oente Fnrniahinff and 'TitD8UJe.'FIN' ; Ladies'of'iciJdd.oxfords, made Ieatb'eHipt of thabestquailty worth- from :Jacksonville'Tuesday: on the Clyde !" } Yf
patent
S| Sj t.1S 4ir F, 4._:MOrgan(bas moved into.tb4y 'jClothingDsytriene"' '
:[ : ,.. .. every bit of$2.25, at |1.79.Ladies' steamship r their northern home..Their
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'{ +en"cottageonJnila.etreetvrhicbu:. : "" : SOCIAL AFFAIRS OF LIFE many (friends Indian 'river will
: Men's shirts on. be
mte- :" and to hit businessv -- top: new .and' uptodatepatterns white ,linen canvas oxfords, '
W? :. idol. the bin ut Lion brand, specialiOQeachV made' in the blucher with wide glad to see them return lathe falL '
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.; .I".1'.i' $ laces, embroidered toes, the latest shoe Master Rosser Morgan;f was on i

; rr*.::' FJppen ,.A :' ", piano toner,;will posiSpt" Black. .Sicilian\ ooatsmade; by one..of the 'TouPlcasaatiidLlieijFewet for summer fear, special $1.49. the band, by a black snake 'last:week butas ,

"" .tlvily. arrive In:.Titosville',the middle or best,m nufAstarers'of summer clothingon : I Special prices in chiidren'l.white oxfords the bite of these snakes is not veno ': ,

;. rr .J.>/-<,,"',kit'nf-neit_ ,wee k., Orders 'for' tuninghoId' !. mo'us" > '
the:market, worth $5.00 special$3.60. also stockings to match. he did not experience any great .f

"n'\k f-o1': ", ," do.'J felt ,af this", office at" once, to Hanan's shoes in, all) the latest.styles, Gallons; Wears. Longer; Devoel. Special prices=in 'ribfpns, solid.,colors pain or bad results from the bite.

; w,necu lilti. eerylcea. patent. l leather,,vfri and taxi;$5.00i:;. c Mrs. A.: Faber. :of Sbarpes, is ,visiting and Dresden. vou'need.a.} .

TbVsteamer .()Columbia, of the East Men's.white 'oxfords inade1uthe this week with her niece,'Mrs.S. E. Rice. of Perhaps a bracer-something t '
: canvar '.-.. Colgate's talcum powder, this is one that will give you energy life,and amhi- .
4flJ Coast,extension service. fleet, pieced here blucher style; 149. .f 'The interior of the Indian River Music the best powders: on the market,cashmere I tion. A suggestion-try I.'W. HARPER

.v:17f 31'1 >' Toesday, night on her 'way to ,Newtoyrna'to :MenVwhite lisle thread undershirts, House' i is being renovated and painted bouquet and violet. special 10 cents.. I whiskey. ,Sold. by EL. L. Hollow and F. \. :

/1 r .t;: ( ; tow :four barges: down; the. long or short sleeves, .special 5O'cents prior 'to the: arrival of anew stock of Rogers,"1847" knives and forks, best I' A, Loeley. ,

Fff< : r 1i i'd4.toute to the keys.jTbeelectric .f ) each/, ..V.; __. pianos and organs,> which,will:'commence on the market, guaranteed to wear twenty Mr.'G. G. Howard has resumed charge ,
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i',',.. : l !light 8taJ10n..v the fire Special prices. in' trunks and dress suitcases arriving,within'. .a week or ten. days, years, usual pnce $6 00, Monday's of his position as agent for the,Southern ,;

4 \ .al nDJ)1u1u' \,Friday ,;juit about dusk Miss Edith Paterson, who baa spent special $449 per set, (} dozen knives Express company at this iJ.Ce.Mr.. J. ..
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':}'tJ.: :'and it was'soon. ascertained that the old .Mail orders promptly'filled on any of the past 'winter here. on a. visit to her and | dozen forks.) T. Knox,who has.been.in charge of this 4

"1t5: .f railroad dock; had.caaght" tflre, bat. theeligb4 the. .above' goods. aunt, ''Mrs.1:;8imonson;;,expects to return Rogers teaspoons, also "1847" special. office, expects. to be transferred to New S
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\t'1.< ; bbuw was discovered.in time:and > JULIUS'. KLINS. Philadelphia this:Friday afternoon, $1.?9.per set, (U dozen.) : Smyrna. M i

i : ; .:''promptly pat out' ,. ,TiUwille, ,Florida, but will ;probably.'visit Titosville again Tablespoons, also Rogers '{1847," usual Capt. W. H. Reed,took,his departure R 7,

:4.\1 .r':,:J UiimpTMoore' (cook .for.- : Mr.: ,W, Jfi| ; > next season; price $4.00, special $2 98. for his summer residence in Neponset ,+

i .J.f: r ilfi.: dIe,{'left/rotn. Jackaonille.for_ .for New McJCilUn Comes Down .Mrs.' W. 8. Norwood. and two,daughters Yard wide cambric, specially good for Mass., last Saturday after spending the

3't."f. '.York.!yesterday share- he will ,be employed THK $STAS' is in: receipt of a communication Jeanette'and Marguerite. .left.Wed.neaday fine underwear cents per yard. past. winter at Ca averat.., Tax STAR

iiwsf '& :; : on the hotteeboi4 Elvira, Senator fromMr.P: A. McMillan in which for Columbia, S..C.t where they Yard wide. Indian Head, already. office received a pleasant call from him, J '

a II'W. J, +tRocbe;tot tbeemmtoer.return.J he:eayi.he. ,'is out of'the race for assesor, will remain -until ,the latter part of September shrank,special 12} cents per yard! while in town on Saturday.. .

tame next,fin.tr* ;t".' adding that .visions of a second primary !'Mr Norwood them Marseilles-'white bedspreads, extra left fr'
;.tog. .,. accompanied Mr. 'C. L. Berge and family ,
a M deter him from making the race. Thisis large for double bed worth 12.00 at
a
tar Jacksonville. ,
ft :Tpblic school examinations are being as : as their home in Adelphia, N. J., yesterday
the position for which there of 149. .
only special
3. ,held'',,hit, week, and the pupils! are on were Mr. W. H. Hall returned home yesterday price afternoon. We expect to see them in
three contestants there in table linen and
-consequently Special prices
m their,'mettle, .straining every nerve to from a trip up and down Merritts nap. Titusville again in the early fall. They
will be second in Brevard. kina match. '
:c4 )>?!m;to"a higher grade. The closing ex- no ,primary Island looking after his political fences in to in beautiful lawns will spend today in St. Augustine and r '
Special prices figured
j _1ee '1I'8.1m being prepared for next that section and is very much pleasedover sail to morrow via Clyde Line. ,
Death of Clifford HendersonThe 'and batistes.
Friday evening in the opera houseMr bis prospects there before the primary k
2 Mail orders promptly filled on any of Mr. and Mrs. McDavid, of Ocala, arrived
; ,, and Mrs. E. '''M. Holman and son, ad'neW8 was received here lastweek' for the assesaorship. the above goods. the first part of this week to make i i

'\ t 1 Albert' ,who were mentioned in THE STAB f'of the death of Clifford" C..Hender- JULIUS KLINE, this their home with their daughter

'; .Ust:week '..' viaitinJf.Cap&. and Mra. P. son. who ,died Wednesday, the 18th We line meet all competition the in the all orders furniture Tituaville, Fla. Mrs. S. E. Rice. Mr. Rice went to Ocala
'' pay freight on ,
.s' Nelson, IQ. South Titnsvtlle', left Saturday Inst, at Mnrfreesboro, 'Ten ., shortly guarantee our goods to give satisfaction, For Sale last Saturday to attend to shipping his

'porning for Enterprise on their way after his arrival home from Florida. Deceased and have the most up-todate line to \ father-in-law's household effects here.

KfeftE'R voorth to their home: in Worcester HIlL was the only son of Mr. and Mrs. select from that was ever shown on the Bay horse in fine condition, for sale

C. CL Henderson, who have spent two Indian river. cheap, for cash. Capt. Murray Lourcey was here from '

t :k 'Wm. 'Maierhas purchased piece of wio\enln Florida'at Titusville, and had Cocoa Furniture Co., Cocoa, Fla. Rockledge GEO GIXGBAS Florida., New Smyrna Tuesday to pilot the eteam-
joH south'of the town limit with
Maud only recently arrived at maturity being er Columbia up through the Hillsborough
fine river front, on which Contractor P. J. The New Light t -
river but missed her home
by returning
<*. just 22 years and. 2 months old at the Notice
fcS. Hall is. now erecting a dwelling. Mr. time of his demise. The burial services The Cleveland Hydro Carbon Light. that afternoon for a few hours, as before I _
Mrs. C. J. Denham will close her
will mate this his home and are Come and that
Maier we see a light you can see
he back here the train the
were held last Friday morning at the C. COLLINS AgU music school at the end of the present got on night ,
: 'f pleased to have him locate. here perma- residence and burial in Evergreen ceme by. \ teem, May 1st, until further notice. She boat had passed on up the river. I -

-, oentiy,' expects to be away for a vacation of two .
tery. Sad 'is the death of a young man Methodist District Conference months. Mr. G. F. Duren was called toVel- t
:: Mr 8. F, Gray, who was visiting at I
,
with such a promising future ahead of .
born, Fla., the first of the week on account ;'
Canaveral' last week; that he saw The East Coast district conference s
says
Henderson had An Letter to Democrats '
r Y- him. Clifford already Open of the illness of his sister Mrs. ,
cr' made in journalism far beyond
a success
To My Many Democratic Friends: Simons.. During .his absence the meat
his nets in one night after being set in the 24th inst., with Presiding
Tuesday,
his when he contracted a cold that
years I desire to say that I have known }Ir. market is in charge of his biotber-in-Iaw,
the from the'beac at Canaveral Elder S. W. Lawler in and
.ocean into charge,
; : speedily developed pulmonary George F. Ensey for a quarter of a. cen Mr. Andrew Feaster, of West Palm
bight. ,Five varieties were included In trouble and our balmy climate failed to about twenty mlnistrial delegates present.. ,
tury. He is one of the pioneers. He : Beach, who arrived here Monday. '
this;haul, two of which were of the arrest its sway. Many friends of the The following is a list of thebrethern :
spent his money and young manhood in Rev. W. F. Allen and wife and the
hammerhead, which is rarely ever seen the family in this section extend deepest attending the conference: Revs. Oliver jt
aiding to develop our coucty. He is a .
t; 'in,. these, waiera. Capt. Jeffords will sympathy to the parents and sisters of! Fans, Sebastian; W. A. Lowder, Seville; Misses Freeman returned to Titusville
fey college man and was head bookkeeperfor ( Osteen last week where Mr. Allen '
make of fish oil and rom ,
a large quantity the deceased young man .in their great J. E. fickler, Daytona; J. M. Glazier, of Baltimore's wholesale -
one largest of the school which
'fertilizer from' such' a hau). bereavement. New Smyrna; H. Hice, West Palm had charge public
establishments unt advised his
A by physician closed. For the
t has
just present they -
Beach L. D. Lowe, Miami; H. M. Jones,
.. 'URNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES. to go south. Never in robust are stopping at the Alpine Cottage untila
' : J. F. Bell Platka L. <>
; : .> For Sale Key Largo; ; ser,
health yet a hustler, he held a responsible is in the ,
oxfopd shoe laces 5c. parsonage purchased near
TAN ,
Delray; A. S. Patterson, Lemon City;
Dz. A fine naptha launch or yacht tender, position under the government during future.
Black safety pins, lOc,
4 ft. 6 beam and 14 in. draft Dr. F. Pasco, Live Oak; Mrs. C. F. Kemp, there
ft lone
2Sc Talcum powder, at 15 c. 15 ; the 8panish.. ml'rican war, contracted
58 in. linen bleached damask, 59c. built by Gajg Engine and Power Co., of of Key West, of the Home Mission society; rheumatism:! and after spending five Capt. M. M. Ramsey, of Lotds, arrived '

Plain white table oil cloth, 25c. Morris Heights, N. Y. Naptha engine Revs. R. L. Honiker, T. W. Tomkies, and three Monday with the steamer Canaveral
months in the hospital
.Fountain PENS, $1.00. up. the most reliable and satisfactory power also Judge A. D. Penney, Rev. W. F. yearson to extend the city dock, for which he
> Gardner Telephone 34.Culture in use, copper fastened and bras fittings crutches is yet a cripple, probably for
'. Chaa. A ,
; I recently was awarded the contract. The
of
Allen and Dr. E. E. Rollins, .Titus
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throughout, hard wood finish. A finer life, with a large family on his hands. '
extension will carry the dock out to thee p .
Day' boat is not built. Has had little use and ville. Democrat
Qlnb'a Social With all he is a sterling fully
s is in perfect condition. A bargain. Can Messrs. J. T. Hiugs, of Key West; W. &L end of the platform of the yacht

= Next Monday being the Culture club'ssocial be seen at the Marine Ways here or E. and H. A. Booth and A. E. Pendar- equipped and well qualified to fill the responsible club building with a T at which large

?T is for each lady Address PETES NELSO.V, office of assessor and as hereto
daibe
programme boats land. There will also be some
B. Pinder of can
via, of Lotus; Preeton Key
Box 189 Titusville Fla. has received
fore man
j' : ', to come representing,-in some manner, a largo, and Miss Mabel Carter, of Kingston a crippled generous repairs made to the Jock now standing.

i book,the title of which is to be guessed by also in attendance as delegates support at the polls, I trust that no Several of our Banana river friends have
: For Sale or :Lease are will be made in Mr. Ensey'scase.
> exception
r mak
and the
to
I the representation, one to this conference. suggested that the town authorities
.
'ing the highest number of correct guesses My property situated opposite theF. Very truly yours, should at least plank the dock between s
of sessions held
A series are day,
F. C. depot.. A store and nine room every P. A. MCMILLAN.Eaa .
a prile will be awarded. house. MBS. C. OoLUSS. morning, afternoon and evening. The the rails for the better unloading and ; ,
1906.
th
r a Each lady is requested to contribute opening sermon Tuesday night was delivered Gallie, Fla., April loading of freight into boats lying on the .c

;; 'a email package of refreshments and also Dr. Armstrong, lye Specialist by Rev. J. F. Bell. The conferrence For Rent south aide of the dock. Rough lumber t

t five 'cents in money. Dr. Armstrong, on his professional will be in session until next :Monday, the laid lengthwise between the rails will
Three nice rooms all connected, newly {
The attendance is not restricted to club this and not be
tour'south, will atop ,in Titusville two 30th. renovated and painted, rents reasonable, accomplish very expens
1; members only, bat all the ladies who feel! small and light housekeeping ive.
days only, the 3rd and 4th of May and suitable for family
in in the dab and Eggs For Hatching wood cook stove all
'interested, any way use }
office. can
Wilson's
be "Dr. Any-
can seen rOB SALK CHEAP FOB CASH. x}
to attend cordially invited. stairs. Apply to Mrs. J. D. CKABB, i L
.would like are Single Comb White Leghorns, from my up
with trouble
one suffering any eye Titusville, Fla. About 88 of good high land on
acres
t'
The meeting will be at the club room best matings, at $1.00 per 15.
nervous complications or chronic troubles F. H. BLACK, the east or ocean side of the Indian rivera '

x .-as ncoal. would do well to see this well known Sharpes, Florida. t SAIL LOFT AND GUN REPAIR SHOP the Narrows, described aa follows: Lot f '.

while his visit here. launch awnings made No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section fi
>Strawberrie*.For Sale specialist on Any Yacht sails and ;
,, XV&8EBT ROCK FOB SALE. if 36, in township 31 south, range 39 east.
,,, \ Send your orders for the finest strawberries one wishing to learn more of his treatment up in first class style, mildew proofed This land is unimproved but finely lo. 1
stocked and shotguns
that,can' be grown on the East may do so by writing to the office Citrus stock grown on high pine land. desired. Also guns cated. For further particulars address u d }
A-Conkfing Tillman, Fla. Indian River Ntnerica> cstablished 1886, rebored. E. M. Low
i. Coast"to R.., at Jacksonville for his booklet "Nervous HENRY BESECKF, ,
Scad for catalogue, Toledo and Vest
'. receive prompt atten- Brockton Mass.
k y, i a'ordere.tiiq ; Ills Conquered" free. Pain Beach,.Fla TitusVille, Fla. i

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.. Dr.A. J. Hannah, a leading physician qf UmaUSFla
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, ""'"'.n.."' _. .., :k' ,';alyd' 'the ;beI1It.'of"' .' .Lake' < J,".OkeecltobO4L ...... : |0dd .iiyreyen: the engine and:! :the fI1r'ri Large Bottle 59c Avoid All SsMttfl
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. {. 1 )r' ,'aome'''point on 'ti'eeast; *or a*:oie_terix ",jed ibis; ;:engine. .tad. :)jumped there tat Louis,-U.,S. A. .

.'!'Ci. > 'mt>ruswbelpg ettb. w -'Fort PierCe. yb .' eras' .nobody... .. fito&rd the snitch. engine best. of attention, -possible, bat, as .

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l .:.'< :. 4 .# at'-the'.month. of,the St.:Lwte river, went the switch_ ..eagine night Persons residing;and working SOLO AND. RECOMMENDEU'BY .
&: ... :: i.s-: : ->?! l ;, : V-i-" !: -i. ;;tlishteh -'rebounding back aad It'flew.n4. .
fMpV--, >. .,fa. ;desttoto. .-,. "e' -- ,lie:-' !_deep. far. ; .. '< > fat the neighborhood were horrified RED CROSS PHARM1CY Vf7SIiYILEt'and. BAD QALLIE PHAffiliCY, ELI GILLS
: "':'; ,:' ,, the .;:;.._..'.O:....' Ji. thrtwg>}the yards,/cleadng a awitehInto e.t'the Incident
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wi- ; bn'isnow.before, ; T"n'CoDg1 as ,to aecure. t Ybamping two "copperhead: r ,
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fkWtu'.ap ropI1 t1ODjQt bltu ..Out. tae slftbchylocoaDOtivea'}dos..904 ,and'906. .tomorrow Don't what yon'.can do today. S.outhernRailw! y,

3 fi'r.!. \ : river;du'o Ifwasi-.' .."thja time- that- the negro.. fin, If you put off baying a bottle of Ballard's EFFECTIVE APR, d. 1906.

, ';/, .dWta'make a barbar'of hNgewb h moo Re.8 tin j Tetl_ he being" in the Snow Liniment, when. that'pain comes {
none d1pathYof won't have any,' bay a\.bottle today No 30( No 34 Na 29 Na33Dy.
the switch TOO
1 Is greatly-:needed, 'there being ; engine, : : .: Between Jaekaonyllle and New YOI'k.
? \ A. positive cure for: rheumatism, burns, Doll,. Daily. ....... .
r '; '. between;'Jacksonville :anct.MWnt.ijJ1' Aj;_wrecking;,crew was at once.: bbrtalneflbm' cats, sprains, contracted muscles, etc., T. 755 P -_..__ 903 a Lv Jacksonville, FIa...____:_8o. By. Ar. 900 a K-,.__ 8 GiS P

; tIt is'well'known to those ,wh9.ht.ve ct.rler's. where' anotherrreck S. Graham, Prairie Grove, Ark., writes 1215 a ._... 'l2Up Lv.Savannah.Ga...-_".___.So. By. Ar. 4 50'a -r140 P
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; { 1tenitor :1ong.tliey :hod occurred/'about noon Frt, "I wish to tbank you for the good re- 95.} a I033p Ar. Cha lotto, No' By Lv. 950 p 830.
investigated the T
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],i/. .: : enlta I received fom Snow Liniment. It 642 p == 658 a Ar. Richmond VILu_ ___80. By. Lv. 1.1 30 P =:: U i4 c

li ...'-i-" proposed"route' ; ; that' UY'rUrOa4'Iat ,"',' ", day.4 The' .,crest had just finished positively cured me of rheumatism after 950 P==== 95 a Ar. Washington. D.C..:'___ Sa Ry Lv, 1061. == Iif) P
:; -:, -built'through Icthere wiHi:be a wonderful "- clearing and repairing the road at Caiter's others had failed.; Sqld by Red Cross 1111 P ---__ 11 3l: a .Ar. Baltimore Id.':___ ____-P. B. B Lv. 612 a __'_ 8 23 p
2.35 145 pAr. PL_.:... __P. B. B Lv. 33.i a 144
.i and an'pportune Philad.elphia. p
Mevelopnient th& fertile "arrived'at ,moment -. a-------- : --r.- '
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.".. ; -,". 1Il ** 630 4 15 pAr. New ork. N. Y.P. R. B Lv. 1210 a a 23 p'No& ,
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33 and 3t-hNew York and Florida &press." Daily Pullman' Drawing. Boom
s; \I: ':.. '. ,'. .Mr; Wiey'says:that the company he'represents ardent i Sleeping l.r between Jacksonville and New YurL

i (? ': fai.wel t situated'53iaicialirto Nos. 29 and 3-'tWashington( and Florida Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Bowa
f The;..careless', handling. of gasolineby It be from overwork, butthe Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. ,
carrythrough.the: projtct In,a eatf : may
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; -- > two. > 'Young women residing. inTamparesulted chances are its from an In-
?;;' :'' .isfactory manner 'an4 if the survey Naily I'brouJh."TheLand of the sky., tu .
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f i l; ,: ..;"t. ",shows favorable- conditions...: there,, :is' fa',thatNcityMonday, in a.lrorrbble: accident active LIVER. -. 155 P Lv. Jacksonville...Fla.,_....___;._..____.;___ _,-_,..,,_.Si By. Ar. 90A a

llttledoubt. but ,thatlie road wilV be: morning.. The With a well conducted LIVER 1215 a Lv. Savannah, Ua.-; -"--"-- ------- --."......Se. ky. A. 4 60 a
story: as told ..by'the Times of _Monday' 6 00 a Ar. Columbia, S. C", ": .. ..... ICy. Lv. 113 a
of labor ---"------ '-------- -
built ,withjtt the wen. two years.Cbambertkta'e .,.... ",,' one can' do mountains 150 pAr. Asheville. N.C.,..._""'____-___._.___.._._.....-So. B,. Lv.. 413 p
"" .r',. less" follows. .:> without fatigue. 231 pAr. Hot Springs. N.c.,_.___, -. ---..--....-.....-...-, Ry. Lv 1245 a
s Coach Bemedy -the Beet A.tragic and horrifying :incident. 600 pAr. Knoxville, Teun.........__.________.----'-----_.__. 11,. Lv.. 835 a
,- i -u"I1 .pUIu"-> 3' Which wnlnall:| probabilityresult' :: in i It..adds" a hundred. per cent. ,to 815 a Ar Cincinnati,-Ohio...__._.._..:___________________(1. A Co Lv. 8 t3 0 i -

r &KJBrv. "){otJ,er8"bl1'f it :for croopy children, the. 'death. of two young,women. .before ones earning capacity.It Nos.29 and 3O-Pullman Drawing Room and. Buffet Sleeping Call between Jacksonville and
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..railroad"tmen.tny. i it forAeti'ere coujthaandHderlyvpeople St. Louis, daily
healthful action
nightfall 'occurred a.t:11: o'clock this can be keptin
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'" ; say :Moore Bro.?.,:Eldnn, Iowa.rasfll morning scene being a small cottage by, and only by No. 13 between JaekloDvllle and the North and Wet. Ko.

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''thaqiany: other kind. It eeema on/Whiting street" near === 745 Lv Jacksonville, So. By-L: _____ ...._._.._...__.Ar. 8i ==
taken,.the' lead over several{ other to have board 'i 1ght'depot.. X .._._ 25011, Ar,Macon, ISo. ______.._._......:.._____. lIS ._
brands''; There 'Ao good : -____ 520a Ar.Atlanta, 8o.Ry_____.-.....-_-....--.--Lv.1104L: _... t
r ; is question hat this Carrie speck, the young wife of J. Tutt'sPillsTAKE .::______ 945 a Ar. Chattanooga So. By-----------..-__-----__Lv. 1130 p __u.. Z
': medicine is the best that can tie procured L. Speck, and her sister, Bessie Rowe, ___.__.-740 p Ar Cincinnati t &Creseent________.____.-Iv. 831) at-----_ -

: for-conghs and cold;whether if be a through the careless handling of == 8 45 P Lv. Cincinnati, Big Four Rqute.__.____..__.-Iv. 710 ::::
child;or an sdnit-that is afflicted. always ,gasoline _____ 710 a Ar. Chicago Bile Four Route-----_..._....-._.Lv. 83 pj;_._
cures and: cures quickly Sold bv ., were,. .. burned almost beyond ,
== 835P L\. <-'incinnati, Penn.'Linea.--: _--Ar. 8g a ==
sr : (. .-. 'Red Cross Pharmacy. recognition, :and Dr. Grantham, who NO SUBSTITUTE. _______ 710 a Ar. Chicago PenD. .. _____' _______. 8.ao p!!....._ 1
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; ... t. ." attended them says there is no hope -_._..._ 84j Lv."Cincinnati! C.H. & D.-Monon._.........__.Ar -to ---
t g. ,.::'F ;: New, Ferry Steamer. _______ 723 a Ar. Chicago. C. H. & D.-Monon.__________Lr. g ctJ pl----945 .. j
: for the of either.. VISITORS TO NEW YORK CITY
I'it; ; recovery == P Lv. Cincinnati C. H. &; D.-Mch. Cent-- 700 a';=.=
..j'o : .( > (West Paim-Beach Sun.) Both. young women'' being so badly, Should go to _..u_ 520 a Ar. Toledo, C. H. &; D.-Mich. Cent-----.Lv. 11 40 pL__
:. t-' ,Patrons of the : 725 a Ar. Detroit, C. H. &; -Mich. Cent__.__... -.Lv. 1000 pt
Lake Worth Ferrj unable .
Injured.as to be to make state.9nenta :::=::
".' _....__ 8 30 P Lv. Cincinnati, Penn. Lines,_--__..__...::...___...Ar. 630 af--u--
f{%;...' Company will be pleased to learn that regarding 'the incident it is THE ARMSTRONGa 5 55 a A r. P tls urg. P nn. LinrLu._..__-__..--Lv 115 __
-Y :::=:: Pr----- _
(;. it is the Intentonof; the company: difficult to tell definitely how it was _...___ 930 P Lv. Cincinnati. Big Four.--------.__..,..Ar. 660 "

f\-: : .t; put' commission, next season 'a brought about It Is' said, however ....... 6 45 a Ar. Cleveland, Bil! Four.______..._____..__ ._Lv. II 30 .r---

< ;. larger' and' better 'i than Select Family Hotel =:: 530 P I.v. Lexington, So. Ry..............__...__.____Ar 10 45 ..r-n---,. .-...
,. : .boat the that Carrie Rowe, who is about ten ______ 810 pAr. Louisville, Ro. Ry___:.._._.. .___..__...,----.Ly. 141) a .___ ::.
"i.k; steamer Palm Beach; which has been years of age, was preparing to. makea No. 60 West 92nd Street _u..._ 732 a A r.81. Lflul8. So. Ry___.___.....________..... .Ly. I10 P'--- .

.. ,,. jperforaing: settles :the past tour, or fire and carelessly' spilled some of '' f
Telephone 7219, Rirerside Nos. 13 and 14- Tbe Florida Limited" Daily Solid Vestibule Train. Through Day
five winters. the gasoline; in the floor. She is said Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati i

;"J Manager :"DeBeny of 'the company, to have remarked to her 'sister that Near Central Park, Subways, Elevatedand 7
Between JlickioDTIlJO and Kltl16&a 1
o No. 5 No. 13 City. No. 14 6
is at present out of the city, but.it Is she, was. going. to burn her and Electric railways and all place? of

'unofficially learned that in a few days interest, and a good starting point r == 745 pL\.Jacksonville Fla. So. Ry__.........___..._._Ar. 9 I ==
:' thoughtlessly ignited the gasoline. Immediately Coney Island, Rockaway and all uiuor ....__ 520 a Ar. Atlanta, Ga., So. Ry..__.______...__.._._ 1150 P _..r. 1
Fr ; Capt. A. J. Canova will arrive from : the blaze enveloped the girl seaside and sut.urban pfeasure resorts. ______ 1201 a Ar. Birmingbam: Ala. N>. By------------- __.Lv. 403 P ..._ i
i Miami and fit the Palm Beach for _______ 80.5 P Ar.MemphisTenn.. Frisco-------__.-Lv. 8 Iii a._.__
up and suites with 'all
; and her sister, on going to her rescue Single rooms convene _______ 940 a Ar. Kansas City lo., Frisco-_________._____ _Lv. g ao ___
: : a voyage north, taking the inside also had her clothing caught iences, new sanitary plumbing private

route wherever possible. In the north baths, porcelain tubs, ample hot and cold Nos. 13 and 14-"The Florida Limited." Daily. \
Both'young rushed from the
women water supply and hotel table and service EXCELLENT DININO CAR SERVICE.J. a
., the Palm Beach will be disposed of combined with home comforts and moderate
house screaming in agony, attractingthe C.LTJSK District Passenger Agent 108 West Bay Street,JatkioavtUiris,
and a boat:will purchased' for the attention of neighbors amongthese prices. C.H.ACKERT.O.M.T.. H.TAYLOE,O. P. A. i
'< service here is especially S. U.HARDWICK,P. T. M. BROOKS MORGAN. O.P.A. .
designed
that was J. G. Walker, the livery Terms: $9.00 week and upwards 'to
r 'for .ferry work. It is learned
man, who bravely attempted to extinguish
r ... that double. ender will be bought A. Armstrong 2
the flames that were consuming
I a and that,the ferry landings on each
one. of the victims. He finally did so, The
E'. aide of the lake will be with Bridgeport
arranged but had both hands burned in a hor H"LL.i _r"';

' slips, so that the vessel ,will be able rible manner, necessitating the immediate Rocky Rtoitela Yea Nuggets :

to land .with less delay and passengers attention of Dr. Grantham.Mrs. A BuMedidae fax Buy Pacple.

f' td allowed more convenience in W. W. Rawlins also attemptedto Brings Gclijn fie Ii and Renewed Vigor.A i "The Motor that Motes" ;
; : getting'on and' off the boat. soeciSj far CcnsHpaMon. lolipestioa. Live .
., to one of the girls, and her and Kidney Trouble mtplea Ec/ema,Imp r1 .
, :.. Blood. Bad B T. A Yomaff Mother at 70 hands were also painfully burned but and Bactacte. It's Rocky)juntain Tea in tab. Simple Reliable Durable
let form 25 writs a box. Genuine made by ,
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: "My mother suddenly been made not so 'badly Vas those of Mr. Walker HOU.ISTSB D rs Osarivr, Madison.wia. A Guaranteed to run

.I''i young at 70. Twenty years of intense The victims have been given the GOLDEN Nlft ETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE and
y:: 8n3ennz! from dyspepsia had entirely gif satisfaction

;"f"g: disabled her, !until six months: ago, when Why :Makes motor-boatins a pleasure
; shejjegan taking Electric, Bitters, which
:"' :. ;: have completelygored her and restored Have a torpid liver when Herbine, the Makes working-boats increase

.:.' the strength and activity ehe had in the I only live? regulator will help you? Thereis EHRYSKepresent profits
life writes Mrs. W. L. no reason why yon should suffer fromdYI'pePsia
V of
prime Gilpat-
constipation chiUsand feveror Study our methods of construction
rick; of Dmnforth,1 Me. Created restorative ,
[ any liver complaints, when Herbinewill and will discorer
r medicine on the globe. Seta stomach, SEEDS you why
: t cure you T. C. Waite, Westville,
! liven. and kidneys right, purifies the
; Fla., writes: "I was sick .for a month "THE BR ,DQEQORT"
? blood, and:eurea malaria biliousness :with chills and the larrtral of the fittest We Is&
fever
and after
I nV and ,weaknesses Wonderful nerve tonic. taking have become the Uugeit seed booae in the
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; : j two bottles of Herbine am well and world becaoae oat Mede ire better,banorJJerL "Motor that Motes"
j Price 50c., Guaranteed by Red Cross ,
I Sold Red Crow Do fOIl wtah to grow the maltbeautiful .. .
by
healthy. i
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:""".:< ""-'',. 'lF.'f -6 sonic ,.c_*-Y" and the BxtraordUMrj effect of DC Kumer'i Will b ;.remembered by aIl .trite,' loyal .'
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Root the 4

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"'&>j,1"{-'i;y.th#..'-..PoHtloo-Labor..,...>-Jiit .,' ."'League" r's has been- .*. by'aDdru-'In >mceotindoaodollar ;' l't

""' .... -f_ita-Tampa.. .fop:- the.:p! II&- o-ountyB.border. line. .and..., .unless. we. I +
M- < t. : : + ;; es.; ,.l, ',enterer! the. >field ot poutl- ': -.. am \
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.1 .c5i ?:. ?* jtFfVff J* \f. sample bottle-by ; *aea.aoocfree Coinmbia< Countythey win not"'Aid
fA a::JrleI1an well. ave hundred feet ,also pamphlet telling you how.. to,find
t<.,;Ptf... ..;:,'{ba' 'if linakby the0i'ittndoWater : '" out if you have kidney, or bI.addertroubo.' ; ,;whereas, Such expressions' ,do \ ""r- i,.
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paper our nor
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:Y ;Alioideibas"been, issued' by .the,! on Boot every and bottle the address Binghamton- ;-.:'N.-. Y.J'4 gree:of, correctness the sentiments- of \ e I ,, w x

', 'ltaeeengerdale'otthe Seaboard'AHHne I this community.'And -

....):}_; ?.." : :Railroad,':i>ermlttingepaseea8'n '".. I! ;The 'largest real estate: 'deal ,consummated whereas; "We deprecate:the

;; ii .:{ ; :: freight'trata: On the' Bfxth : 'here;In recent Team; wan assailing of the character and 'reputation .. -
A 1':..tu. .iWdhidon c .. : '
P, A." -'. between: made 'thls:':-y.ee1r. when J. T.7 Mintonpurcha'sed.7,600 of the members lof pur;State jar .
: the Seaboardand"Ce4arKeya f-c
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: f ,.,?W.14. ; 1 : .acres.0f.J land from the dkiaryon account of_fief;',.decision.;' rS ,

._YE3'---; J ';" Lakeiand Hafer estate, the"consideration .being therefore. ,tbe. It;; .
Tho..biiaiaeeeof tJw post
1" '. ; : I9.QOQ. The tract'is or located on' the "Beeolved,' first, That we regret:exceedingly

t office, ..'has, ,tnoreaaed'abotiti.. 20.per,cent. ; Florida said E;
.'"..... ;T. "' "- '' Georgia Southern&. Railway; the publication of the
'To..Ii, s ,, f Returns; .
toMsxcli
'':'>:.;.. 4..ring'. the... 1pi year;, in the C anaway section, and ,part is article, :[and we desire tn- this public 1 a
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31 :iM5/yereff5, 28.15.. For S
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1 heavily timbered. Mr. Minton, own* manner to ,express. our appreciathmeeteem .
} 'the ending 'vieN&i M, .IrOS,'they
V. .
i ;;year ; J.- .
admiration of
: .. .)" valuable property at,Hastings:and alsoa and the personal
,
'were $8,903.80, an lncreaae' $975.65. '
q,:;i ', ,. sawmill. -at- Carraway. He has great character of the gentlemen referred

,.r'... <;. .it&, Harry. iewisthethree.year.Oldjphfldof belief In the future value of timber; to,, slid :to dissTow In a 'like public

-:1" ; >; Dr.'and,Mrs.6.'B; hew?, and Is investing accordingly..-Palotk* manner'theldea: 'that any such eentltn ; l.c ) t .

cf Fort Meade,' was drowned in pondccntalning *'
News. nt &.' those expressed In said ar

'" only .two feet;of water last Miami,ia in the growing class, says tide prevail in this community, : and .to I
..." Saturday. He had wandered from thehoused ,
.+ The.Metropolis, as is shown by'the rereipta deny that' any organized opposition

,-, ; and,, ,1I' missing for only a of the !local office for the fiscal exists c here to their reelection

r) ,short Ume.It year:ending March 31. In-'that period, Second, ''"Resolved That these preamble QiAiiANbA O5ZQFor

x }The most)Important the recent.f> 0:'since March. 31 of 1905.;the total'receipts and resolutions be published in

1f. ; l;c1al events in ,Tallahassee was '.the were,($10,629.53. Fur the fiscal the Florida Times-Union and the JackBonrille

$ -wedding .Wednesday,'April 11, OfHiss
: ,
,1 ) year _lng'M.arch 31, 1905 the re- Metropolis, and the'other

,. :' ,.Eleanor,Bell, only daughter of ceipts were $16,352.52 or a differenceof I State papers be requested to copy
:i: :Mr.'and:Mrs. Frank 'B. Bell and ,,Mr. '
3917.01 between
it same.
,and the year i
,!:, second son of Hon. and -
McUn
i 'Waiter ,
just closed. Another interesting fact I These resolutions were signed by sale by the
a E.: MCLIf.r .' '
Mrs... '. and one showing. the great ,:development I Judge B. H. Palmer, A. J. Henry A. ,.

'.' The City' Council of Miami has de of Miami is that the receipts of B. Small, Braxton Small M. M. Scarborough INDIAN RIVERMUSIC

:, elded' ;to 'submit a bonding proposition the last quarter o'f the fiscal ;year Jr., 'Judge W. M. Ives T.! B.

.f.: 't1' provldtngrfor the Issuance of $100.000( ( A we greater by over one hundred dollars Oliver G. 0. Palmer J. B. Hodges,

,:," .of' /1 per 'QeDt, 30 ;year bonds" ,.for' municipal ,, than were the total receipts for ,Guy Gillen R. T. Boozer W. H Wilson HOUSE '

3 :' improvements on" streets sew- tie ;ear 1901 five years ago. and F. De-Ferro. ,

i '.. :.erg,'_parks and for fire department purpoeea Prof.. Tiog. A., Edison 11.114.family TITUSVILLE FLA.

4 ; and.a city hall. left for, their home in South Orange Danger From the Plague ,

-i ;: '.. ':: According: to the,report of the State N. J., last Sunday. The Wizard has There's grave danger from the plague
of coughs and colds that are so .
b' in the prevalent
It- Health Officer, xas published
: enjoyed his stay of two months in I unless you take Dr. King's New

.:!1' ;' ;Times-Union. recently there were but Port Myers more than ever befo,.,. Discovery for consumption coughs aDd t.
.,: ':" 1,788 In the whole State of colds. Mrs, Geo. Walls of Forest City ''
:1: ; : 'deaths. and has given up more of his time .. --" ..'
Me., writes: "It's a Godsend to people
i.S' < ;Florida _last year. .This. is approxi- for rest and recreation than he has living in climates where coughs and colds

ift'1:ei> < 'mutely'a death rate of about 4 1.. teat done in other seasons. The family prevail. 'I find it quickly ends them. It

n"si : 1.000. 'which Is certainly remarkably have had a round .of excursions, flabing prevents pneumonia cures lagrippe MATEO
l'. ,..".- k gives wonderful relief in asthma and hay SAN CIgARS.
r. A. ; \." low trips and entertainments not only
i !r. "'' fever, and makes weak lungs strong n
_ tz .'Under'general orders issued from thoroughly; enjoying their stay here enough to ward off consumption coughs -

t"r,:. .. division headquarters dated April 4. but affording a most pleasant time for and colds. 50c and $1.00. Guaranteed by. The success of the San Mateo Cigar 'OJ ',
Red Cross Pharmacy. Trial bottle free.
:" Municipal Judge'James T. Sanders, of others including the party of school is one of the greatest triumphs : ,

, -: i Miami Its: appointed lieutenantcoloneland mates of their daughter Miss Made I
; < East Coast since the freeze
Long trains of flat cars filled with of the J t"l
t:;: ',{ and Judge advocate-general on: the line. The Edlsons have taken a mare
coal and ballast and freight carloa.ded .
many
t?' ,,: general staff of Gen. H 'J. McCollum, lively Interest. in the social life of our Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula of Florida and E
with merchandise and machinery
_:': : commanding. the Florida division of town, and 'it has been a pleasure to the Island of Cuba can produce and wrapped with the rich, silky leaf grown on East ..,H

Sons of Confederate Veterans. have the famous inventor and his family much of which Is for the extension Coast plantations. The cigar industry of the world has never produced a better art I( I
the
tJ. ;I'-" crowd the tracks in the railroad icle. For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union News Company. !
., : As Indication of the prosperity' with us.-Fort Myers Press. on train entering Florida. Manufactured by
.:if''',-':'-'; an yards of the city and show the immense every 'J4
1iJ Itr-k the. southern, part' of the county as a Blood Poisoning- amount of traffic going on in &. 'VV. :a.O WL ]Y. .

3'fi. :.;' frUit growing'section it may be men Results from chronic constipation, that quarter. A train load of ballastis Sail Mateo o

tioned that besides a large variety of which is qnickly cured by Dr. King's
New Life Pill' They remove all poisonous received daily from he rock quarry

' \&. other. fruits. Messrs. Kosel, Myers and perntti from the system and infuse eight miles south of this city and carried

Piummer, ,oi the Homestead country life and! 'vigor onn" sour stomach 'i TESi'
: new ; up the road to be u.ed in ballasting
:, ? heal lad dizziness and edit, OF
""/' ,'< have recently' 'planted .out' ,some hundred nausea without vriping or It" discomfort. 25c. Guar the railroad from St. Augustine to QUEEN SEA. t
peaches
).::i:< peach 'trees each as anteed by Red Cross Pharmacy.The Miami and the large quantities of

6!; :nave; been proven to be adapted to that coal being hauled in for the terminal
= Record. recent city election In Gainesville -
/! ;section.-Miami
;;.v-k and extension docks keep the several

{. ; ":,', Following preliminary hearing atMaiianna resulted as follows: For mayor.W. side tracks In the yard well filled up Merchants & Miners Trans. Co's i
marshal
s- R. Thomas; for Charles !
,'-1'y.: ..,.; ., three .men. charged with P1nko on for clerk and treasurer J. and the railroad men busy shipping n
f'i.i:(, A the murder pt Judge J. M. Christmas ; them to thel rproper places and shows '
Maxey Dell; for collector T. B. Ellis :
.t' ', Tils wife and ;fourteen-year-old son for assessor-William M. .Brad- that' the freight business at this place STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN
;
.ztWdter Holland, John Justice and W. has grown to be immense.-Miami
ford for aldermen. George K. Broome, 1
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:/' .._ U. Christmas a son of Judge Christmas Record.
A. E. Whitstock; J. F. Bunch;' for
: ., have been bound 'over for the
i.:. members of board of public.works H.. SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.
grand Jury. The murder was committed 100 Reward 10O. .
'
F. Dutton, W. F. Wilson W. W. Hampton ,
S 6 at The readers of this will be
oaf the night of February paper pleasedto
i
} : H. E. Taylor Fifth member a tie learn that there is at least one dreadful .
the home 'of Judge Christmas near M. disease that science baa beeu able to cure in Direct Connections for .
between S. J. Thomas and Perry
+ all ita stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
f .:,. Marianna.5 Colson. Cure is the only positive care knownto Mew York and Boston. 5
!::' ; Contracts! have been made, by the the medical fraternity Catarrh being a Washington, l
Commissioners with the Con Good Judgment constitution disease, requires a constitutional '
. ,. i.-it- County Is the eenentiai characteristic of men treatment. Hall's Catarrh Care is

, :.'(. -}< Terse _Bridge, Company of, Chattanooga and women. Invaluable to good businessmen blood taken and internally mucous, acting surfaces directly of the upon system the Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations i

. '. ':} ; fni* fur., drawbridges! at and necessary to housewives. A wo- thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and cuisine.unsurpassed .'

', Branford and Luraville, each to be 350 man shows food Judgement when she and giving the patient strength in /*
;.>:: be buys White's Cream Vermifuge for her building up the constitution and assisting SEND FOR BOOKLET.
.: feet i*' $8frWieei portionlwill baby. The beat 'worm medicine ever nature in doing its work. The proprietors tt

', ., 116.181 for Abridges. The data offered to mothers. Many indeed are the bare so much faith ia -its curative powers z

..... '''p #y ;to. the 'two .countie ppor. sensible ,mothers! who write expressingtheir ease that that they it ol'elOne fails to cure.Hundred Send Dollars for list for of any tes H. C. AVERT, Com'l Agent, Jacksonville.
:i .Ui'1 .. gratitude for the good health of '
.,, ", to a Dttltn: accordance timonials.Address., 2d P.*T IIL Y.P. TURHEB 0. P. A. : =
', their children which they owe. to the F. J. CHENEY CO.,Toledo, 0. J. C. WlIlTlilif, Y. J

: :.:'t', .1.. e4 'Upon"wed- Taluation.. -Uve; we of White' Cream Vermifuge. Sold Sold by Druggists, 75.:. GENERAL OFFICES, B1LDIOIBIID. ... ; .
."3r .... .. Red Cross Pharmacy. Hall's Family Pills are the best .
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'.":"..".'....:.:.......'".,...:.-,:A.i>-,f.'f-4:- ..".,".-f}/,; atist'e'ol.. ...., ,t Z'=[ 1Ir=flit:MhatF for ,iet3deied Y action'Kar.'iYb, rU Ibegaaabout G'-t 3,:three; : 'irri 8.iio Ji Penney' ;in':defenseoCtbeoonnty '

"'-\1-), .'-' N; : ",, ,* :: court which appeared! inOie.'Neat' :
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::,:;. '.:'I' f 1; :4 L. ,,- "', .<.f--,<..... ,,>,. =?>-., seventh -judicial- drenit'of'''' =Floridi stnVolbe3aCounty .r ,jai week. We"also Publish
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"_.&;;: ,;,g'r4. ,%,;,::. "_1"" ;' y 'f, ''' 1lOMaeklOlBe&tetpitainTtnpbieiirae;: : this court:upon! she bill:and answer; Id your last issue there was a .letterfrontJudgePenney '

:t ;;" s"--1"': : ; : to"those ndjte1Locke'! decreed ,that";the bill;.ofpiantlfia favoring tbe perpetuation -
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: .r s, t" '\a--'i1.b ;;:Y "* .t&raiati'1araM eboold be dtemissed and an orderdismissing 'of, county court;
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.'' ...... .... : "t>-'" v* -mi U-j> '- *- f ;Appeal was taken to the United Statescircuit &mt'I,deem it that the.judged little sarcasm Absolutely'Pure
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"'M'Ul. :1..M! g' .\ bat: ,though a pity,"-,it.. is.true that along :court of.appeals city\.of :New umawkish'sentimeoa1ity" is ',0" .
-.f. '? Orleans' and finally' in that; aimed amy position; and I, therefore,
# a*" persoMli_ aw"snpposed. .&be ,, argued court ?
lIi1 :profitable,-many :candidates, and::their by: counsel ,reaulring- in .the affirmation take it.upon' myself io show"that I am ,A GRAPE.CREAM OF TARTAR BAKING; roWDR

;:will continue toiDdalte to them,, of. the former decision. not impelled by "mawkish sentimental .* J

JtJtrien! .: foan io be*nnproat The property',' involved 'in this'controyewy ity'Hn' my coarse, but by a.due regard "
> ; art :A9 soon as they are '
1-i" stubborn facts and will It makes the' most delicious
show in
t4f ', : ;' able they.will be'abandoned. The wbple covers approximately twenty thouvalid so : '

1r' ir'_ l1.. !qaesti9l1ltb8ll!reeti With !e.; yoters. acres 'or land in Volnsia county the' briefest manner possible.To ;

: Honda racIia'pointr lyingakjng the line of the East Coast begin with I wish to declare that it 'healthfuf breads
. jt- When. ., people of ) and hot .
f'-_ : "Where;they will 'voie"apiD8&&bemaJ. railway. between.;" Ormond and. 'New is with the,county court as an institutionthat a

.. .'k : who injects' ..nnjost..,bittera. .,. el1Dc d:abnieinto 6tgyrna: The. title claimed by the plan- .I deal acid not, with the manner of '
t' : -tir; ;: tab this/property was under its administration.: The people. Brev- : biscuit and cake m
tti-* .. a campaign they will hesttlomtbelrcandideteeid'tecoeaiop -.' ", a grant .
. fromthe. state of Florida in considerationfor ard county will bear me witness that I
,, ;: -;) of primplesrith.
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?f -.. tv.v, ="i-' -4; supported Judge for tbe of '. .
y construction Penney place
t.u..' Df.than"of mem ., ; '" ,- the :of a canal, to be con- ;}:
. {}" .--; t _:" -f .tP, .:*3 JS :"' a T- sidered & judge_with all might, as did .also LIME OR PHOSPHATIC'Ate .
} ALUM
from my
. ,,g-,,," "p., < Congraui : brothers. ?
." .,._'-:." .,.v'.,. "'.. .' .t.a'otbfDr, f|; bay. #PUintifls a having failed to pay 7 ',- ,
?: ;:",, C-.-- *! "-;-* AtIt i And if we are still to preserve the court J
t the taxes on tbeproperty the lands ..
lkelythat the session of weresold'for St7.
: I shall have
: no to see him still .
in fax spasms
{ 'I taxes 1889. The -
| !:F \ Rinse wnLrM'Wujnto hetsnmmeir, 1$ resulting f
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h *. v months old I ,from such .;:sale was held byC.H. preside over it; nor do,I have any ill feeling r .
fe now flie : prticalally
,: :$ad
!: lt = for his of Mr. Roescb It is Alum baking 'are unhealthful. Do not Buse them for '
t'j 'F:' it. nothing" has been ioooiupliebed'eayti.the .,Hart, who mortgaged the land to the l support powders .

t t\=>" pasafngof a few unimportant 'and a .Th.e, Ellsworth Trust .companyof Iowa to his interest to do so, for I shall sorely raising food under any t circumstances.- So detrimental are alum ;:t S

I : Falls,' Jowa, who,now own ,the land move to abolish the court[ if I am elected. considered in countries their .
J.'O jA As I understand it the of
t: '/ ." legislation b (been perfected and The' issue.gyres egaarely'upon: the validity courtS ls".80 varied'and, expense ruining sale is prohibited. In many States in this country the-law m- &
of the tax ramifyingthat
deeds issued
result of
,,1 sent.down;the avenue to:vthe eiecndve as a the pels alum powders to be branded to show that they contaiti.t
; \ the record of no court- will
sale aforesaid; and this decision1 .fullyBuetained average
",,:,C-1''--. office.The, president', W\h s8eotDumher.of'!' '"f', ? % the tax I deeds. ,; readily show the absolute cost of it. this dangerous acid, while in the District Columbia, Congress. r-

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I'. .r'. 3' .. messages) congress urging legislation'on 4 ';:: ... 'There is the salary of the judge and of has prohibited the sale of all food that contains aluni. I' __ '

,:i_'.' ; one subject or another/tad cODgree'hast S State Horticultural Meet the solicitor; the fees and perquisites of Alum baking powders are sold to consumers at from, joff. :. ,
: the clerk and sheriff the and mileage
j S '_ : :. replied with a'masterly demonetratiorif i .On. :Tuesday" evening, May 1st; the .of the jurors, etc.; As pay to the county- cents a pound to 25 ounces for 25 cents, or 25 cents a pound v .t

: how.not to do It. The senate insists_:ongoing Florida State Horticotural' society :will "
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l '. and branded theic :
, \ I court these aggregated expenses I will when not may generally bet distinguished by : .
4 :, .. along and doing alit, pleases, and commence its nineteenth annual session ; .
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put, as Judge Penney puts them (for the price. "* 4 ,.' :
..1:' -;: 'the house has shown a, dispoeition Ito do and. continue' .through- Wednesday andThursday. t
less than a year since the county parti- l' if
the same: ,:though it has, as a:matter. of This meeting promises to be .' '.
tion ;
) at $1,215.54. He is not
to
r' fact,given the, 'country,one.pr: wo'#illuatratiohs one. of//?unusual, ,interest as 'some .very' have overestimated them. In that likely time ','

of rapid transit'. iegisfation. \daring prominentspeakers" will l be present.; Dr. ... .. J.
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there have been ".
lain informed tried in ;
VWoods
-' the past few weeks.. A. F. Assistant Chief of Department -
", the court 29 cases in which there were 26
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Jlr'C of Plant Indastry, \V 8hin t.prf; :

I .AjTEditorial"Accileiit"'a. : ; D. C.,. will, speak! Wednesday evening; convictions. Of these 29 cases, five cases PRIMARY ANNOUNCEMENTS commissioner from the fifth district, subject :: .-::

1Ft .;. only were within. the exclusive jurisdic- to the decision of the Democratic ; ',
'Lake CiiiZt Reporter Prof. E. A. Bessey, of.: the Florida: Sub-
The City, -
says
tion of the county court.- The 'other 21 primary on May 15th, 1906.
:) :. ..:,, j that "t&e-JHtle 'article" -concerning the Tropical Laboratory. at Miami; Prof.; P. FOR MEMBER OF THE SCHOOL BOARDTo s
} might have been tried by justices of the *
1 .c'' candidacr Hof, the two, justices of the supreme H Rolf, Director of the Florida'Experiment and peaceat the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.: To the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.: .4 ,
for
fi : a cost, eay $20, even less in
court, which has rl1sed. such a row Station, and other .prominent I candidate I hereby announce myself as candidate .
;1-,. : : nearly every one of these cases a plea of respectfully announce myself a .
i in the press and called forth the disap peoplewill read papers at different for member of the school board from for county commissioner for the fourth
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f. :.,' :- prqval .of'the Lake .City .bar" found! .its sessions i besides, which the regular program' guilty was entered. second district. subject to the action ,of district, subject to the action of the Democratic ..'
;. s The five misdemeanor
r major
cases dn 15th.
.:.. and reports ,of the standing com may the approaching Democratic primary.R. primary May ::r
led
their columns
\ / wayJntd it' through- an '- have been tried in the circuit court tak E MIMS. :T. A. ROBINSON,
: i". :' den&." fr mittees will be read. Another interest
: ing tbe estimate of cost in such cases in .
:: :. ;.. An" editorial ecident'! is a' ing features has been. added which is To the Democratic Voters -':
; new one Brevard Co. '
,.. .. .. I Osceola county, where there is no county To the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.: :
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called the ?
; \, : to the newspapers'of t&s state. "Weare 'Question Box, which makesit court, at $25 per case. I respectfully announce myself a candidate I hereby offer myself as a candidate for :

[?,.. .__: '; "pleased to know that the Citizen-Reporter possible for anyone to ask questions of When it is understood! that the for member of the school board from re-election as county 'commissioner from
county '
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: '' especial .interest' them and effort district the action of the second district and will appreciatethe >
t'c, : succeeded in hatching ups ueh an innovation an the third subject to
< is in '
court as complete a court routine and support of all Democrats.
Si e00n 'discovered that the will be'made' to answer same at thatsession. the'Democratic primary on May 15th.
: as they
'if' ; e practice as any circuit court and'that all E. B. ABXOLD. Respectfully, JOHN R. MIOT. ('. i .1,i iTo

:E5r: ,'. ,?" pleasure" paragraph had nothing its costs, charges and expenses are just as ,. r"_
for foundation their own' vividimagination. The Jacksonville Board of Trade and the Democratic Voters of Brevard ,i
1\--: : : a except full and elaborate as any ,circuit court, FOB REPRESENTATIVETo County. ,
the Ladies'.Friday Musicale will furnish hereby announce 1
: myself a candidate
r.- and when this understanding is taken the Democratic Voters of Brevard County.I .
months entertainment for the members. for county commissioner for 1st district .'
< We recollect only a few .
{ ago
:. The in connection with the foregoing figures hereby announce myself a? a candidate subject to the' action of the Democratic .
: railroads the
7' 't !'' that this same paper took an evident I throughout state must it not be"clear to all thinking men" for representative, subject to the primary May 15th, lOOt "- .

}( J4" .. "goulish,pleasure" in offering the suggestion have made a.rate of one fare plus 25c for- that the county court cannot in the very Democratic primary, May 15th, 1906 I S Very truly, t .

: that Lake City would teat the con ,the round trip. will appreciate your support and if WM. R. WALKER. ..
be insti
0' nature of things the "beneficent
elected will in return faith-
of.the'uckma If are not already member send serve you "
law ,
etitntionality. .before yon tution" which with fond J
Judge Penney
J j. a United States court. before she would $I to E. 0. Painter, secretary, Jackson- fully. truly To the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.: ,tw
enthusiasm, calls it? Very yours
'. submit to letting the state university go ville, Fla., and get your certificate of WM. R. Ro iCH. I hereby announce myself as a candidate "; .
The county court'cannot by "thinkingmen" for
I county commissioner from the
a., : .t? y, to Gainesville; but which.. felljas: flat membership which will entitle you to be esteemed a beneficent institu- third district, subject to the action of the 'j .

3 i. : > .,x' as their recent utterances in regard' to the reduced: rates.INSPECTORS. tion" when It is expensively convenedfour FOR TAX COLLECTORTo Democratic primary. :;;: -

i' f, Justices Parkhill awl Whitfield. the Democratic Voters of Brevard County.I R. A. COULJ: G. "" "- rSi'
: times in a'year to try five criminals .;

,;;, :: '". Maybe the resolution of the Lake City AND CLERKS when the circuit court., wherein these am a candidate for reelection to the '. .Ii. ..
# FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION !
:'1. bar'will tend to avoid future editorial Election May 15th 1906 office of tax collector of Brevard county
Primary ,
be tried information is I !
cases might on subject to the action of the Democratic To the Democratic Voters of Brevard County.

J$ "accidents oh the part of our Lake City LaGrange-W. W. Ballard, L. K. Myers, regularly open in term twice a year. Nor primary to be held May 15th, 1906. If I am a candidate for renomination by .:1

::-"" 4; contemporary, at least i it is to be hoped Geo. Gardner, Inspectors; G. B. Johnson, can the 21 petty cases be counted to the elected I will give the duties of the office: the Democracy Brevard county for the !

ti; : that same will have a wholesome effect. Clerk. l the saute careful attention that I have in office of supervisorofregistration. If nominated t.x;
w necessity for the county court, >ecaii THE STAR takes pleasure io publishing Titusville-F. H. Boye, L. A. Brady, P. J. the past. I promise a continuance of a faith :.
ii- might have been cheaply tried I ful .1
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Respectfully, performance of the duties of the
:
Hall, J. P. Wilson, Clerk.
tic.,. ', .,'. the preamble and resolutions passed by Inspectors; justices of the peace as I have shown. E. W. HALL.I I office. Soliciting the support of all in the -r
; City Poiut-B. F. Beal, J.J. Chancey J. D.
of Late this week 3.
the bar City on
15th
: page primary on May ,
Thus that the first five
.' Hatter Inspectors;W. H.Sharpe, Clerk. we see cases I :
r rf *Mwv FOR TAX ASSESSORTo am very respectfully,
:>- have been tried in the circuit ,
Eockledge. P. Cooper, J.}[. Sanders might court '
W.
S. NORWOOD.
:. List Candidates .
1' Primary
: the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.: ; ,.
i -, H. !S. Williams, Inspectors;; E. C. Johnson for $125; the other 21 cases before justices t

: :. Candidates for state and county offices Clerk. v of the peace for, at most, $420; in all Having dtcidKl to become a candidatefor

,.'. r.. who have qualified, and whose names Eau Gallic-J. E. M. Hodgson, Jno. Houston $545. Taking this sum from the low estimate the office of tax assessor! .I take this BOBBINS iff.tF :

; ( ", 'wilt be printed on' the official ballots for J. T. ,snell, Inspectors; Alex Near, Clerk. method of announcing my decision to the
of the cost of county court, $1,215.-
' Melbourne-C. K. Oslin, J. M. Minor, C. T. people of Brevard county. My candidacy
?-, {. :' / the .Democratic. primary eJection' beheld McBride Inspectors; C. J. F. Campbell 54, we have a saving of 670.51 to the 13 ba.-ed upon 8evt'ral'ery good reasons, & GRAHAM i..

s ,. : : May 15th, 1906 Brevard county, Clerk. tax payers in less than a year as againstthe which I shall endeavor to place before as i 1
ur'n CO.
FloridaRepresentative running of the county court. many of the voters as possible! for me so .
2nd district Frank Malabar-W. P. Arnold, F. W. Comstock, :Xo, Judge Penney, this is not "mawkish to d<> between now and the day for holding (Incorporated. Paid op Capital J25.000.00. j
f' G. W. Washburn, Inspectors F. A. Drake, and
sentimentality, it is a matter of cold tIe primary. Sincerely respect This owns lands
company
: Clark. Clerk. cash. And so I pay again, as I have heretofore fully, (iEO. F. ES'EY. in the Indian River Country j II.

i.;; Railroad Commissioners- -Thomas J. Georgiana-C. D. Provost, E. B. Carter, said, that the dismemberment of ,on the St. Lncie River, t! eat

L', ::, Appleyard. Ed B. Bailey, Newton A. P. H. Wittfield, Inspectors E. V. Hall, the old county makes the county court TitnsvilK Fla.., March 6th, 1906. New River, and on Biscayne

1 Blitch, Hudson R. Burr. (Vote for two.) Clerk. unnecessary and expensive and it should Bay.
To the Democratic Voters of Brevard County:
: abolished. WADE H. JOKES.
Merritt-J. E. Reed. J. D. Sams, T. S. San be
1 Justices of the Supreme Court Thom- PRICES TO SUIT THE
f.i Titusville Fla. 21st 1906 that I will bea TIMES.Send .
i. ders, Inspectors; D. 6k C. Kcsbitt, Clerk. April I beg leave to announce
].!' > as L.,Clarke, Chas. B. .Plirkhill, James candidate for tax assessor at the next for land list.

i!" Whitfield. Vote for two.) Canaveral-Henry. Wilson, W. C. Peterson Weekly Weather Report. primary election May 15th. My past OFFICES .

'. J,. Member of HouaeffRepreeentatives- H. Bentxke, Inspectors; C. P. Honeywell work leads me to believe that I am TITUSVILLE
,,' Clerk 7.8.DKPARTMINTOF AOBICULTOBE: WEATH-: AND MIAMI.
,
qualified to fill the position and I will ,
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Wade H. Jones, Wm. R. Roeecb. IBBUSKAU.JCPITEB:
'{''i.- Ha over-J. W. Cms, M. J. Hoeck J. E. appreciate the support of all my friends.

'r, County Assessor of Taxes-Geo.. F; En. Crook Inspectors; Wm. Watton Clerk. FLA., Apr. 24. 1906. Yours truly, KILLTHI COUGH

W. Hi: Hall. : Smith J. M. Hearudon, L. of W. H. HALL.
; sey Grant-E. T. Comparative statement temperaturesand AND CURE THE
YrY Tax Collector R W. HalL rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. LUNGS
County Joergensen, Inspecters P. Bertleson, Clerk. -- -- -- ---------

County Treasurer-John Henry. I Banyan-S. B. Stewart, W.J. Kagan C. L. 1906 1905 FOR COUNTY TREASURERTo
DATE. MAX. KIN. WAX. SILL WITH
-,:, Supervisor of Registration. S. Nor Stewart, Inspectors A. Casper Clerk. Apr... 18. 76 70 76 57 the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.: Dri King'sNew

wood. These election offitrs were named by myself 19. 77 70 77 68 We do not know if TreasurerJohn Henry -
20. 77 70 77 70
r County Commissioners-Dist No. 1; u none of the committee were presentin 21. 76 69 60 68 is a candidate for reelection or not, but.
although this was the day set for It for him and will him for Discovery
r' blank. Dist.No.2, John R. Miot Diet person 22. 82 70 82 68 we are support
the meeting the committee. If I have 23. 81 70 81 66 treasurer! at the primary on May 15th.
1 I I R. A. Conkling. Dist. No. 4 T. Prici5Ge&$1.00
,
No.
24. 77 70 77 71 His FEIEXFW.
made any mistakes I beg pardon, as it wu
i- A. Robinson. Diet. No. 5, Thoa. Johnson Total raiufill for the week. .33 inch. FOR CONSUMPTION
the best I could do by myself..
Departure rainfall for the week minus .30 Free Trial.
v Chas.: H. Nanman.Board FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
S k. T. JOHNSON COCKSHTTT, inches.
, : t. of Public instruction. =Dist. No. Sec and Treasurer. Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, plus To the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.: Surest and Quickest Cure for all
Holding proxies for T.H.Sanders and G.F. 2.59 inch. THROAT
and LUNG T&OUB-
.1, blank Diet. No. 2, R. E. Mime.r Duren, absent on account of sickness.Titosvilk H. P. HAEDIN I The many friends of C. H. Nauman an- LES or HONEY BACK.

: Dist No. 3, E. B. Arnold. FhL, April 24th, 1906. Official in Charge.iiiiii pounce him as a candidate for county

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_::< : ': ,!'lr'. ... !_''.. ,., ':. '-,., 'tv "'< :ip::: thb"'lei'diyJalyr1905loApntthe M v't*ro. s mF: l Drum-- '>----4---or Jenaen added moch-"' :8., Graham, of Miami,!related a bit t Dear;Sir: 'We\.BUBpect- 'ou'dUiottie'' "-<; ,._.-' :"

'.-.,", ,et.e:.a4lotpa. 0 l qera. 3" { '.I__ ..,. 116 I I: nei .ik t i. \i'elJt.,its. iood i rut: etpeaeer;''::althoeg :befa.+a'UJI of personal experience with,the:drainage tale, ,bow vitt woman beat tiro bardwsre/S(.: --:. ;
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.''t';\. ,x _. ...oel'aeisoolbi: gnr7ieeiidae:,. l: jt tdie i J *itbe'ttlicail;:'eacrt+iill et-- :e>Tpesie;considering the, other trdfntige ,- month of New:river.,.which ia,overflowedby I: ,We: tried 90r best'to get"those lean to: ." ,<4.y f"-... .F ; <:7"':, }; .

\ ,, lltfil' e'.,..../'_.> J.1id'.. '....,.:'i IIJ.' enppo.ed.fhct!! : r lny'UNOeTtlfy-' ; : _:1Q::theirODrreCtDfab0w4rbat' ....._ ..;; $:derived.,Jow'it.. Ie' aoarce' --. ofrevenna high i tides from the ocean; Draining sell, Devoe. 'leadrand-iino., "in'". ,thatbrigbi< J ,: 'i' ., .? Y "ff':
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%"' '.:L..1..... ...:: the;.,tai r$7 yerVoftbe. connty, martth4erpenee; or.jtae oeanty court? ,'that_. it Wan "eapeaee. since_ -/the__ division land from them. R,' Bowman,.druggist.., ; ."

';.:(". *, J ""\"'" "...1--.1.t"1; .-! ,;U'the.,.,.., r" Willjinyone venture'disputer,. fatal:If was : '
,..j .pteoltido'eaiiitt i' .. .._.,.. trwitotbeto : *-,1. -;--,-stand> "' --4 abBolntely) ;: fa&and will close this the Everglades New r Yer. Of course, Bowman- 'I.:' -. F -
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1it011 ,the'cast;.then'there-'.would tef the>,:";1.trnih3of i aheee:8gnreipov /- and at subject fer\heapre8en : The t ding of thia'.will' increase' the-flow of the river can.. She baa sold, about .all the paint V } { '
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iilf: ltli i cmti- : : all ibtaire- 4Betir'tiellhi mind ia much 'tinder: thecoonty and,: nuke. the inundation of"this land ,
_' .. t arttomeutitierreieiie:: : -,. ? timea. titiQeegnreg priaol era yery leaa \ I that baa been eold there since. ,-
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t*. ;or, M,_ -.fled iialgning.:=oyielfiritb; period:wherein l H wa' |mppowd that thepQort.wae this l7etem.: All criminal aeet, not in and"he'is"xe; ; as' ranch to thus inj'arebi i besides; she easily learned that cheap ia .. '\.

_ ; :t 1 J\!ho'1 boid' to**!-eentimentalUm* ** 'as' iurexpenae; : I">i .would be' fool the Jan dicUou of' the- justice of.. the- peacecourt."wromld f as the state, tax proper ,would' be dear in paint; and told the, people. -

However,.,:!it:sifoid. melonty lah': to,pursue,this phase of)the matter U there WII'no.' 'county on property worth 5000. : :Mr. Bart, ,Young bought a:gallon I Devoefor .

;,:> 'p1SUflt e to"ai that jJ do not believetjie i ; further;;. ltd i. 'Jib. proving that two.and court,"have to':.lie:over:until the circuit Dr. G hlm'.Y8 that many if not ,rooms that had-always taken a gallon \ E

'::. >, jgrjrtoftoee. -w14.advocate the ab two, make,,[&>ur.. Wr' ....*.will-.' ,:'now, ::turn' "to court,meets, which means:frequently'a I most of the&I8etIed'fo lands owned by private' parties of-other paint; had half l left. if
_"/::f ,r"" : of ;court are'controlled, byisenUmjIntality acme" of the advan&aReeortf1ejoool ty feed bill against the cooD"y"for six months and ,drainage in Dade ,Mr. .E.H.,. ,,HiI ,:jeweler, painted De .
_ )r'. '"sltie6:: :: !; bni'are C '"bonee'Jatfelr'behef court, ,The 'state 'of:ofFlorida; .pays alljuries' instead.'of. three 'Now I have given the County"overflowed lands only becauseof ared says it .goes further-uo parti as

c : : simply1 because they .summoned for"_attendance,.onlbecounty J ,facts tfromthsome records;,, and have added the ;encroachments of the sea, which va ,
:. 'i uqOiibefae; "of tha ,f'fcte'and,have"relied 'court 'and,thus about $1000<00< are reasons: for o the retention of the 'cannot 'b8prevented "by drainage.; ;No Mr. John Hanna, :grocer, thought it, $
: maD' claim for that such expensive before he bought it; broughtback 1
3 taomnclitnpon( .-what the uniformed have disbursed yearly. to the people of Brevatii court'which. ..I'believe' must appeal' can a moment nearly balM his paint, and e&ia it
_ ?; 'Vgoddtbem.: \ CC1D'Yi"'hus'' ;:enabling os to get ,back your better judgemento I, say let as a tax ia'just, and to say that the state can was the cheapest job he ever had. -
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1j ; .campaign some of the money .we Pay to ,state in stand for the right; even we reports
Atf taga Inetthe1Hon.Wade.H'Zone. for the the way, of taxes. .:. The county does. not stand" all,alone. If any::man can showme the property of its citizens. faction. So much for a cheap-painl .
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4 i $ ,!of.representative in 1902,.in f h'.kt pay'one, cent to the jury! all that is paid ''where:I 'am wrong ;I 'will! gladly Dr. Graham's comparison of the status Yours truly; _

_. -* II on'.of: the .county; court .was by.the state., ,Now, if we'had no county vacate, .my position on' this subject; but of the ,owners of lands in the drainage ',. F. W.DEVOKA'CO., t

\ i ,J)1, Mr. McFarland,. and in court and a justice of the peace court had he: must':;resort to facts,,, not ridicule or district with,that of the people of,Gainesville :34 New York. j.1 .
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!'!t. t :1fhlch;'contest he was_beaten tried bard to bertsorted to'.the county.:would.have innuendo. .- Is just. :It,is said that the men who .. I.

IfW to:.abowibis'court:"was.an expense.; At to bear the expense of a jury selected for Very reapectrally' own overflowed' lands would be benefited The Canal Provided For f t

__ 11 tsat'timeI: pubfiahed M article ebowiagKtheettof that. court., 'Thus .we would, be incurring A. D. PDNBY by drainage, therefore, pass a bill sub- The St. Augustine Meteor,'of last week, .
the < them to taxation. The publishes the of t
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4F k r 1r d\ found the: annual expense ,to the state bear it for tae: In the name of There- is an. Impression,-extant. thatbeeculture of Gainesville will be benefited by the general' interest to Florida: ."Mr. Geo.F. s
_ 'l 44mamtaIneuch rY / court to be shoat 1500.00)( reaSon which ia the better policy to pursue is ;not .profitable In ,FlorIda establishment thereof the State, University Miles returned last ,week from his sad

_ 'i ';::...airhiebktu'eoosidered: a, most excelenk'1.s ?'Then: ,'.again, the justice of the peace ,but Mr. J., C.. Street is proving but who will say a bill imposing' on mission north to attend the lust sad rites* 'i =
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.:> -showing: 'ft,. ,is.,now. ,claimed' however. baa. only'jurisdiction in civil cases up'tof that it caajbe made. 'a very.suooeesful' them a special tax would stand the test paid to the memory of Mr.,G. L. Bradleyrecently' i .. .
.-'f' '" :' ';that-, the\ division, of the county has rent ( ). .. Suppose' :the railroad, kills- pursuit.vHe has :a, number: of colt of tl-f 'courtfc? When the capital was deceased. Aside from the tub- !

;: Tdered: the continuance. 'of.'said.court,an $300.00 Worth of your cattle. If there is ondes. and; is producing some extra' loeat} at Tallahassee' the people of that scandal aid which Mr. Bradley gave

ii' + 'expense.' to, the.;people and a useless!,en- no- county :court :you: 'are'compelled to fine ..honey.. One day "this week. he city and,of the surrounding country were toward the accomplishment of the great
; ; ieumbrance.. For several daysI..bave carry your 'case to the.circuit court from tok 58' pounds from two "suppers' ,". as not filially: taxed to build it, and could work of,:.completing the Coast Line canal, ; she

:");. :been' going over the records in ,order thatr which an appeal, to' the supreme court the' sections 'bf a hive are* called and not .have .had a special tax imposed on was highly valued by Mr. Miles as an < ,

,>;*, ;' the..facta' whatever. they might prove" to may ,be' taken, and. in which. ent it this' editor can testify that it.was_ a them forthat purpose. adviser. "evidence. of Mr. Bradley's
l be; 'could be given to the public.. Without will ,require years; perhaps, to get a decision. ,And yet these people would all have confidence in tbevalne of the undertaking
choice article. Lakeland.News.
: .further prelude1 IWill say that'from .:' Not so with a county! court case. been benefited by the work of the state, in hand he took the precaution to, make i' a

:the 'public records 1:find that the total An appeal from the.county"court lies tothe' while of the owners'of swamp and'oyer- provision in his will for the'consummation r -

expense for' the maintenance (since the ;circuit court .and hence a decision is received New, instrumental at Indian River music Music for May House just flowed lands, some would be,benefited 'of the 'plans which he, as presidentof :

'ditWon 'of'tbe", "'county) of the county reached within six months from the time Juliette, dainty intermezzo by Alfred by the work when done, others would the ,company, had so ardently ap t r a

r 'court! is "$1215.5/Tbe )otal;receipts yon get a j judgment in the county court; Rieger, almost song without, words; be neither benefited nor injured, .while proved." : .

_ :''from'fines,.'etc. ,. paid--into :'the:'county I Iry.lofrom It',must': be clear, to all thinking men, Hey Rube :march-two-step,, by Nellie still others would be injured; still all
:4. '- ':!treasury .said- court amoupt: to that:the county court is a beneficent institution Stokes, rolh'cking-rag Mistletoe waltzes, would be taxed and not in proportion to Call at Titusville Livery for. at rear ofRobbins' "
,: by. Kenney, simple and'easy.. waltz with law office: stylish rigs.
ii .1118388, which leaves a,balance,on the. and should be retained by the nice melody. Price 25 cents each, the the, value of their lands or.to the benefits Leave your orders for hauling, both double t .

';' 4 debit. eide' of $26.661' Add to 'this amount ,I people for, their own benefit.. It, iatd 3 for 60 cents.. I received. but in proportion to the num- and single. J. Mr Osban, proprietor. : f '

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! ani your-..J boveit..-legate..........X........*',taking-- Y, "--x--tM",:.. ,to avail"the nselves'of;'American"institutions ., .--. YOUR.
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a ; ;,,,.,,*ye''/(;. CIIEIIf.",- 'PICIWL'-! ; dlacOmmterclal' -'Influence'"inIntellectual",times';.to :night of' 'last Week The loss is
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houses:of:'the'!Ohio' legislature I f

. have'passed':the antlharlng'bill.wl cJpiiiv.ldes Sunsliine Sporting Goods are
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.tor'private school'or. ;college found O'
hasln-sliaU HomeFiftytwo Distributed to the trade in Florida exclusively by '
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N "C. pital, "For the New Hivenlt'i $200or Imprisoned for not'more:than ,
4Z .The dltictora of.the New Yorh.Ne r. six:months. The"heads'of the--schools I .

.:Haven -:and Hartford railroad 'hare are"also to,be,fined if,they;permit haz- times a year is assuredto The H. & W. B. DREW CO.
r ;authorised,the' Issue:of $40,000,000 of Ing. if
;:new:stock;for, the purpose of:redeemIn ; ..you -you' ,
: Coeducational. 'Trade, School;,
*:debentures and; to pay for securltlea -' JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
';ol'' leased lines. : The, committee, on manual training If
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schools of, has decided READ the SUNThat
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I Rtpubllo, Oil Quiti low.. .z T / girls, as well as boys,"the course, for Prices on the goods F. O. B. Jacksonville are the

. 'Ah announcement. :was.made at'Dsa the former Including domestic science, illustrated weekly'paper, I FEll same as charged in New York, saving considerable
Moines, la. .that bereafter'the'Stand -
millinery, cooking, dressmaking, woodworking printed in.Jacksonville and in
freight.
ard Oil cpmPant.would full ill -
.assume basket making, etc. This is a ,
i charge,of the business of the Republic radical change in 'that heretofore the published everywhere. for catalogue land sell Spaulding's Line.MAPES'l. .
'OU in that state. ,This L ::
company- ; con- board bas-sought in every way to sep I
'Etna .the reported change,of front,by arate boys and, girls of the higher :

r 3L, \ the oil trust_ in abandoning Its policy oft grades.. A.- K., Taylor .
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ecrecy as to the callous subsidiary I IIMI- ----r I
. 't. ., F companies. 'r It' Is understood that here Fora Weak Digestion, '
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.: { ;; ::. itatt 'these'companies. will be taken under No medicine can replace food but Makes. the cartoons and all the'
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>; !; : the trust management as rapidly Chamberlain's ,Stomach and Liver Tab other pictures.
i.. as possible. > / lets will help yon to digest tonr food. It .
r1-l .' t Watinphoise Stock Doubled. is not the quantity of, food.taken tha'gi.es .
, .,, strength and vigor to the system,
: "t ,The stockholders of the WesUngIionseElectric but the amount digested anda&itnilate
; t; andttanufactariag. company at If trnuhled with a weak digestion don't t.
; .:.. ,;: Pittsburg have voted an increase of the fail to give these tablets a trial.Tbooa.mds .
i, t 4 capital stock.from,125,000,000'to.$50- have been benefitted by their use. ,They In pungent editorial paragraph?
i-;: .' '000,000 and hare authorized__the !Issue only cost a quarter. 'For sale by, Red looks after the things that
: .-of 115,000,000 of bonds.: Cross Pharmacy.A .
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need attention. Fertilizers
;; ; { ; Lakeland firm of fruit growers

I LABOR. I }ast.week' shipped to New York 800
'''''''''Jf' .
", :r T7AEM, BRIGHT, FACINAINGLY tt
boxes of oranges,and 100 boxes of
CLEVER j HIGHESTGRADE
t ,_ 'Qtrwal Coal Strike Begun. k
: grapefruIt. For the oranges they received > "
: :'+ Before the court: of public opinion the $5 i box, and for the grape- BEST CROPS
&' real issues In the coal
; mining tOOUBtrrryt ;*.'_'
.
t r- were shifted when the Joint committee iruit $8, a check being- returned to That the Sun '

; t( of miners 'and'operators>> adjourned at them for $.,800.' LARGEST RETURNS >
. -
,' Indianapolis .without baring reachedan I- .
" 'f'V" r", agreement..: The miners bad offered About Bbcaai U.nt If you. pay to read this paper you
: the 1908 Male,' increase read THE SUN too Perfect Safety in their use Send to the nearest
: Involving an of There are few diseases that inflict more can ,
t .t 116 per cent in wages Instead of-12% torture than rheumatism and there is WITHOUT EXTRA EXPENSS. t agent for circulars and price list showing dangers of

" "::.- per cent as at".&st'asked, and, although : probably no.disease for which such a D using acid materials on our light, sandy soil and ) tt
! ; ';' this was acceptable to,Bobbins, varied and useless lot of remedies have
Acm; the big Pittsburg operator; the miner been suggested.'To: : sty that it can be Ask us or write us and, L how great. losses were made by farmers last year ,

: owners of 'Ohio; Indiana and' Illinois cured is, therefore, a bold statement to throughout the state.
I :: make, but Chamberlain's Pain Balm,
i ; : remained solid against.. to the last.
. which extensive sale, has met
.
enjoys an
i
l Later the same evening the anthracite \W11 tell how.
with great success in the treatment of you AGENTS:
, i ? scale committee voted a strike April this disease. One application of Pain
, f. 1 and arranged with the anthracite
and hundredsof
Balm will relieve the pain,
i fi operators for a conference In New sufferers have testified to permanent E. L. BRADY & BRO., Titusville t .

;:'. York April 3 to further consider the cures by its oed..Why suffer when Pain Chamberlain'sCough I JOS..PAXTON, Rockledge' '
r wage scale in the anthracite field. Balm affords each quick relief and costs <
; !i.J: The soft coal operators made the first but a trifle? For sale by Red Cross Pharm J. M. SANDERS, Cocoa

h. move,to win public favor formally _________ ( <
acy.The E. EMIMS, BonaventureS.
:,:: requesting President Roosevelt to appoint loss to the,Selden_Cypress; Door I
: .a commission to Investigate
t- BEROKANN Merrill
Company of Palatka through the burnIng ,
: i' matters"which have an Important S I'
t tY ", bearing; upon or relation to the scale of their dry Mia last Friday, is
1;'1i'.' -of wages." They even suggested'that between $8,000 and 10000. The fac -

..i.::. ,' the commission should hare "power. to tory proper and the great plant of the
:to: Administer oaths and compel attendance -
? Wilson Cypress Company, were for
'
4: '. of witnesses, ," a condition of J-\:
0 a while in danger
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a 'doubtful legality. The ,miners said

i y\- t promptly that such, an investigation
,For Over Sixty Y art.
would just suit them. It was expected SIKJWATTSLadies'
; ',," that in all those soft coal districts Mrs. Winslows Soothing 'Syrup ha RemedyThe i

i'z i":. where employers were willing to sign been used for over sixty years by millionsof
..i- the 1903 scale work would be resumed mothers for their children while teething Children's Favorite
J\. shortly as the 'miners' convention rot- with perfect success. It soothes s the CORES-- and Gents' Furnishings! .
child, soften the allays all pain,
t ed for this policy before final adjournment gum Coughs, Colds, Croup and
cores wind colic, and is the best remedyfor i.
,As threatened by the Whooping Cough.This .
was .op
diarrhoea. It will relieve the -
poor NOTIONS i
erators the price of coal began to rise little sufferer immmliately. Sold by druggists rroly.-: I'nmoni for its cures OTer DRY GOODS, ,
,
larcft iMf 0:the civilized world. It
rapidly from the moment the strike in every part of the world. Twentyfive always be 1!? (D.li'l1.npon It contains can no Novelties Etc.
order was published. cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for given or othvr harmful drag ai d may be Boots. Shoes, Stationery, .0 !
< as cnuMcixij to a baby M t>an adult !
; take"Mrs.no Winslow's other kind.CASTOR.Soothing Syrup, and Price 25 cts; Large Size, 50 eta. ; Eau Gallie Florida '
:

I EDUCATIONAL j I Io .... _, I

/. School For All.A8;". I Ii IA

# ,:,: The ,first year of tie experimental REGAL ;iL
;: evening Industrial.school to which po- For Trusts and Children :

:'-. :plls of any age may go to learn trades ThKMY Hall AlwaJl,Io|It .
"\ without having had any elementary

.. I .' .training hag Just'ended at New York

in* a way to vindicate its usefulness. :ofrkH .j Marine Engine !

S; S It closes' with a total of 1,500 pupils on ,
'
I
'. its rolls ranging from sixteen to slxtyMTen I
-. years in age. and nearly all col- II I

: ol'@d. EAST COAST MEAT MARKET Pour Cycle JumpSpark Ignition Automobile Type
: :" ,
,
.' Mr. CanufiVa Selling platform. ,

:; In a -statement given%to;the press at O.r.BUUI.AitBt, Have smallest number of working parts consistent with a perfect operating 3

r::):.:, tells Hot why Springs he Is;Va supporting. Andrew--. spelling Carnegie.-, re-- '- Florida and motor Our valves insure perfect mixture. Ignition system is like an automobile and j

form. He says that the effort will be notor: starts with one turn. Regal engines are fully guaranteed. f

conservative are disposed and to ridicule that the It editors themselves who WesternMeats "THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT." ., '

use spellings which their predecessors Our customers say.we are the only manufacturers who put good work into a small

:,.,,:., literature.would have..He.denounced thinks English as degrading Is likely to engine. Made in three types, i 1-2, 3 and 5 h. p. single cylinder ; 8 to IS h. p. double

: .:;:' to prevail as a:universal tongue, ,but of all Kinds.TITUSYILLE Blinder ; 30 h. p. four cylinder. Send for catalogue No. 8. It shows all the latest de-

:;; that Its Illogical spelling Is the ,chief { sighs.. Tells interesting things about gas engines. Mailed free. c' .
j I obstacle*to'j this,en& Teachers ,bare ..

I" ; ;.: .-told.. .him.__ ....that,.. ._children 0" ___, would.r ,_be saved,, -' FLORIDA. .. REGAL GASOLINE ENGINE: CO., Coldwater, Mich. _

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.y; : 'each in their call The- election :'i :ONCUPID., f1 f- : cannot i helpbeing'.moet :pro r, CASTORIA, ; .. :J
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; .precinct, at theauneloftofBf : -3---- ,' : cL'aldiirr. ,Darli .
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;}" 1IIfltJ..0I genaatelodiooit. ; '-- >, g!www.w; li'Anieni, : Cwistf-. "at the'changes. : ,which the Introduction 1 Castoria aharmless substitute for Castor'Ofl,' Par&Y. ._ -0. -t

,..I'1' :' ;:t ltIea.it..t..JIan.;:; ; ..g ot water;on the plains has made along gone;;Drops.and: Soothing,Syrups. ':It'is Pleasant*: <+ V -.

.,'lad oaly treepe 'shall-be pet- :John':Gibson:Bale' "i'Chicago attorney the;line of the Loa ,Angeie _' .slip-- ;tebeeoBi> ;caadidatcr before, or vote ; ,aln6In8;neither. Opium,,..Morphine: nor. other. Karcotie ; ::. '..:... ..5eubstaiiee _
Wit. et iln theJDaII&DIDwotaD1! has BtoUed the;Judidary'wmml ;', From.Cheyenne_to>Loa Angeles'just ai I Its age' is',its guarantee. It destroys" Wormiand'allay :" .'t.' ',

$ .;. ', --,-- by the.-Democratic tee"of the home' by]sending.them the great archarife.can Jbe brought,about. a FeTerishness. It cures Dlarrhosaarid Wind '" <
.' ---i ft Florida=who are.white "Democratic draft of a:;:sixteenth amendment:to'toeconstitution u One finds .already*at hand In .California rv '
".bo declare their adherence to the Colic., It relieves Teething Troubled, cures Constipation rand
: : Mandor'ganiuUoedtheDemocrat ;;of .the /ITnited5(States;cm' *.3.As_ one;rides across the Vast, ; '
l'-: .. ..ttonaMUte" and county=who are by i the' subject''of ;marriage:'and.'divorce, stretches cbvefed1;: with,sagebrush:and' Flatulency: ;It' assiniilates'the'Food,- regulatesthe.Stomach t: t' ',

.:*": ,of.the: tate, lawful electonoftheiMttea says 'a' Washington.: special; 'dispatch. to Bcrub:cedar'hecanaothelpbut.thlnl:: : : and Bowels, giving: healthy;and natural sleep, ? V 1

': f > ', : .'to which they offer> to vote,' the Chicago( 'Inter'Oceaii.* 'i'- that If the government-VOuId be s paternal I The Children's..Panacea-The Mother's Frlen&t
l' Wbih&Yb- paid their poll toes legally doe '
.; the of :?Hale amend Interests ofAmerica"
:. lea.thair'tea'days before IDem primary By provision the toTtheL agricultural
1\1IIt';{ ; ; held,' andwh, > shall when cha- l ent" congresaVahaftenacta; : uuiTorin: :in all branches as'it Is to the. GENUINE: CASTOR ALWAYS .. ..
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f..Mp4 by aay elector,"pledge In writing upfi law regulating1 marriage, dlvorce.aiid manafacbrrng'andshipptngantereab ... .
...oathbefore an inspector.his bonor to ; maintenance' and for reformation :would be made In .
separate; :provide great
:. abide iby, and rapport,the result of such primny > a Bears the Signature of V ,
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,_ ,;; and vote for the nominees thereof". I a system of registration ender the census ,what.nowrare: classified, as.arid lands. . >. t tC

5'w.i:g Each' elector\qualified to vote inaaidpriaryAelectlonai .bureau. Mr. Hale theta:proc ed, .Mf the?millions of dollars spent by ., < (-:; .. I

:{;ir hall have!the right Jo vote to outline'what,those laws shall bey"allof the, government In. building'warships q-. .- .
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r.17.'f Ft,.$One ioluidMitetor&presentstiveinCongrer ,which: is ,to .be'a part. of the':sixteenth : in the supposition: that,there will'some .- .. y!

..;'cS ''Two-eandldatea for Justice 'of Supreme. amendment"" Wy: proposals. day''war'towammt. such in expenditure : i

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a-4 S/Tw candidates forBailroad Comm stoue1'l. I 'pages ,and: include. "seven. sec, of the arid,lands of the* _mountain >: # ;

.1 .W One'candidate Commutes' ,for member' of. State. Executive .".. tions. __".% '", I' districts It would be a step which

jt; $f Six candidatea for_ members or County'Eieijcaflve The!following prohibitions he wants 'all/goad citizens of the United. States Tie Kind You Have -Always Boughr' .

$ ;Committee, one' from each commie put;on marriage "No Caucasian 'shallmarry would. heartily indorse." :. ,
,, stoners district. and one from the county ati .
h,;-.f'; large'and-one; candidate from each of the any:one,bearing more than one- .. In Use For Over 30 Years. l 1

:: f 1 t following county officea. .-" : sixteenth_of.the blood.of another I TO SOUTH; POLE BY' AUTO.. .. V '
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.f .fat eurnuiR 001I...... waturnaL5' Hew veer otrr -.
; &:{{ Fodlember of House' of Eepresentativeg.fForT Insane perSoDa'shall not-marry. I : ( .. n ,
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Collector also _. i .; jo-
5' -medf: al'
.'q F: ;, He wants examlnati6n.0f Novel AaUrctie Expedition. .Planned
: For Tv.AIE..r. ...
;':; F 'ForCounty Treasurer. V >;. fall;:candidates".for:matrimony, 'br Belgian'Explorer. .
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'"-p:: '1'?""'For Registration Officer r; : find -any_disease that would_tend to'r'eturd Proposals: explore the 'poles :''are Yt
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1:" "OJ.County. CommissionerDistrict Not,. :the. development 'of the :human multiplying.. On top of,Wellman's offer :
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t 4 JJ"Q 2. race.toward perfection'shall be a.'bar.Twentyone iSantos-Dumontr" euggeslion The climate of the East Coast of Florida V :; ,
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3. t
.r \: ,, u:: ... .'.-. .. NO 4. for males, :and eighteen that the south pole discovered .is. nearer, perfection .than that of any .
iJI.- ".t- II .no tI.II< for, females sh&11.b8 the legal age.; By by a' motor car says a Paris special .

'< For Member:J Board of Public" Instruction!, : consent V parentsttieseaimits: : are 'reduced cable dispatch to the. .Chicago News. .other-place on. earth. *. tt t

: District No trV; ; -: 'two years; Felons and first I M. Arctowskl who was a member of i iI

it :' -'For Member'of Board Public Instruction. ; cousins .must:not"marry,, aCc ;: toHale'itnendmetlk has designed
z r' District No 2. -. V the Belgian expedition of J897, tt
:1.i- .'-' Tor Member of Board of Public Instruction. ,. t "a.e. capable of traveling sixteen
7.' District 8.t Marriage is prohibited between.persons miles an hour 'over rough ice. By

f{:k .t\-Each in- hi .elector ti"shall.district Tote for.one.candidate the difference! in whose' ages a1lexceed' working several of these, in relays he East Coast
.. respe
.oj{ .twenty-five, years': Evidentlythe
q if .,For.JDBtieejfthe Peace estimates that he could reach the south

P.-..! 'FurQlDstable;;: foreign invasion of the "nobility"of pole ten.days after leaving Mount 01

-ThVeepective candidates are assessed as Europe among American heiresses l Er bus. M. Arctowskl will ,make experiments "
follows,and:said assessment must .be paid is distasteful to'Mr. Hale for he wantsto in August, and should they

> to the Secty and Treasurer of this committee, deprive every such captured heiress he will be at '
successful ready
1906 each candidate prove
.on or before April 21st '
for.the office of of the right to hold, property In the the beginning of the following antartic

Member of House of Bepresentatiyes__$25.00( 1 United States., summer to attempt the adventure.

? V ;Tax-Collector->____________75.00( .' On the .subject of divorce, he only V :-
'Tax::Assessor...---75.00' wants them granted for,causes which ,
Rheumatic Pains Quickly Believed
County Tressarer--.---- ;.:...--.-.--.25.00 i :
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could not have been discovered before
Supenieorof.Registration.-( The excruciating pains characteristic of *
'conntycomntiesioners5.O( marriage Mr. Hale,also wants the ex- rheumatism and sciatica are quickly relieved pV Ornipnil : '

I- :Member. Board of Public Instruction___ .OO( emption.laws rearranged so as to encourage by applying Chamberlain's Pain

The following assessments are r .de'on the marriage and antirace suicide. Balm. The great pain relieving power of)

4'year county officials,:wbo'are.not voted Any couple who ire married accordingto the liniment has been the Fiirprise and 4I

i for:at this. primary election to help defray the statutory law and have one or more leliifht of thousands of snfft'rers. The Ta1meach1 ;.
to
the expenses of the election, owing
limited number offices to be voted for and children shall have $1,000 homestead quick relief from pain which itaffonlais
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alone worth 'many times its cost. For .' ,
V y while we know, wecanDoteDrorcethis, and $500 personal property 'exemption. .
% sessment, V we,trust that in fairness these Every .other fireside jewel shall add ale by Red Cros.. Pharmacy. laimand 'I
assessments will be paid..
$300,to the real estate and $50 to the ,
>. Clerk of Circuit: Court..-120.00 O.A.S IJ. 0 :n.%.A.. i {
6hcrif::_---:-._ ___,-20-00 personal property exemption. of the BoughtSTEVENS <." !
'- County Jndge--.:.---------____.10.00 head.of tire family; yam,the If !
County'Attorney.:-10.00 ttiHrzth. ; j .i..:. ,

; i Supt of Public iustructiou.-___-__-15.00 Missouri In New York. of :. : '

T Each candidate will file with the amount You have, reached New York Missouri;
of his assessment, his application to have his you have wandered down the street j
3 v name placed on the oifa'ckl ballot. Where the fates of lands are .molded, and the boa Orange Grates, Pinespple FlsaUtiou, -V I
The inspectors fr said primary election 'where the wolves of business meet Cocoanut firoTtt tad TegeUble Forma of the ronntrr trlbaUiy to
far the'diU'n election districts will be Youha'e- the .giants playing undisturbed ,
seen
appointed at a' future meeting this committee amid the press,r \ INDIAN RIVER, LIKE WORm and BISC1YSE JILL '
and ,will be published as far in ad- the In their i
Using railroads for pieces are reeked from JaekwaTllls via tae
vance of the election "!ll>ossible. mighty game of chess. .
"4 The committee will meet on May 21st You' have seen them rocking nations In FLORIDA EAST COAST BAILWAY. '
"-' IflOB, at the Court House in.Titusnlle, to some petty selfish cause
canvass the returns IIf sal primary election You have seen them laughing gayly at the SI
'ift ana declare the result thereof and for achit country and its laws; -t

-i' other business as may' be- necessary at that Then, while others trembled round you, to

... time.., ,the breeze your flag you've flown Itt .
H S !fDEU, Chairman. 11
THOB. ,
{;k: And you've shouted "I'm :Missouri and
T.,J. Ooclt&BUTT. I'm waiting to be sh wn.n dA
.t;: Becty and Treasurer, Titusville. Fla.

} ';' .- It'a a big old town. :Missouri and its ways
i t-ti: are full of smile.rhere'il _
BALL.
TIME
AN OLD
4 : for there'llbe
be many a pitfall you i
Ji- .. many a sneering smile. For copy of Vtsitina '001,"East Coast of Florida",left sup of
/relety"Fuetloa to Be Held In Kew They will look with merry glances at Pealatalar Florida, sal otter iafomutloa, address K'

'iJ' Ya..k-G.oat, Arise.a FetaM. your ancient black cravat, /.B.P18801T, I.P.BECKWITH, J.D.B1H5EB, wT
:
Jd" made to give At your loose flung old Prince Albert and
'pR. 'Arrangements are being wide Brimmed southern hat. s.7r.'t It C.a.Layer. TncKuutr.6T. j..,.j,

r', New York-a: real old fashioned 'Knick And your they'll shout in laughing accents: AUGUSTiNE, FLA. '

& erbocker ball-one representing the ."Say, old fellow, please skiddoo. Thodle'eretceDd.eet Hltdng and MIssbv thedif.:.'
[f the System's swallowed others, Lord, Ccrencc between..Accurate and IB Inlet nave Am.
11"'" people and tbe period of the early what win it do to you?" Choose rselrr diioiininitel Get a STEVEN'S I
Forty experience behind cor tried and
:i1 years of Manhattan'a settlement, says YM; you'll fight 'em single handed; fight p r1MllDeof

x toe 'New" York Times; Its invitation the whole durned crowd alone. BIFLES. PISTOLS SHOTGUNS SBABDARDRSILWA.Y. f
:
But we'll bank on you, Missouri; just you Rifle Tclescopeg, Etc.
t
V list is to'include the old line aristocracy .
stay there and be shown.tec's A.styourdcalcralldlDS Send..,In stamps for I*O
ft; of New. York, aid Its tone is to be 011 the Snyzxs. Uyou pace catalog descsblinyQOtowesbipdb .1.
"! 1., exclusive. Weymer Jay; Mills who is our heart and hand. Missouri; just _tdIIOt. the ntlre ,udrccdptoftWurpske. .
stay there in the fight. '-r+-u.-.I- eoataisProfuselitlusmteSpolatsaShaaF !
,' and yea
ideecendant the JI.1'famll7 .
: of ruAmmaoitlooEtc.Ealdatt -FOR-
Let 'em rage and roar and threaten; let
:wio is a member of the City club, is 'em laugh or let 'em bite. tLrec color Aluminum tinier wiU be foe-
the asking Questions, though warded tat to cents in sumps. Savannah Columbia Southern
; planning;'it and: Intends holding Just you keep on Pines
l1, the old Aster House downtown, in'anger they may roar; i. 8TEVZS3 ABHS AND TOOL CO. f
ball In asking questions, with r.O.Box D9tCHICOTEZ
keep on
V f1 where the:.Vans') l,Tens back In the Just your you back against the door. F AUS,UAS&,U.s.A. f Richmond, Washington, Baltimore. ,; ;

fldrtiesllanced'and:dined in what was For the nation stands behind you with a :_ '."

'g then the heart of the metropolis. The keen and anxious look. Philadelphia, New York,
Writing down the surly answers in a lit
had full
t" hasn't a "
., old Astor House tle doomsday book.
''r fledged ball for many' years., Keep on asking them Missouri in a waythat's KU LLTHE000CH TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY., .
'f "Historical color will be given the atfk all your own

fair through'the costumes of the men tad the world will sing your glory when 1, AND CURE THE LUNCS SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL. it.
The men at last you bar been shown. w
and women who will attend. rOcorge Fitch la Peoria (EL) Herald.
4: 'will wear the orthodox evening coat Transcript.A WITH Dr. King'sNew r ; f1t
about the MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
' :s ueand trousers, with straps

. '. 4 '_,t 'laatep,to hold.the trousers over spattaLbooti. Badlj Boned Girl $ p

r .::*-This ,irtll be set off> :withthe Or boy, major woman,.is quickly out Discovery ONLY LINE .

"":" : ': End? frilled shirt and the broad of pain iiBock_ leD'S .Arnica Salve is applied I Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Qr.eans. jJ. i

tit of the yeara lone. *7< The women promptG.. J. Welch.of Tekonifia FOR i, OUGHSuri.su.moN'Prfet lOt .PI.OO

'mil be expected. to wear the.hoopskirt haledrei Mich.i says: "I use it in my family iJOLDS Frtt Trial. For information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent or t 't ;Smite

and .old .fashioned' .waist'. .:. with { for cuts,' sores and alll skin injuries, and w .
e after'tb* stjlt 4Z.tbeped cJ.i: find it' 'p rr eltJI'' ''Quickest pilecnreknown. surest and Quickest Cur for all A. O. MACDONELL, s. C. BOYLSTON, Jr., t :
: 'bbl the ball' In THROAT and' 1LUaa' .TKOUBLES -
: Intentlot& to ( AfisU General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent.TV .
Best healing salve made 25c a&Bed orXOHXY BAIL j
Astor ,
of the
the main dining room JACKSONVILLE, FLA s tf

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": -; ,,,"i'3' <'ft t"Ato'COUI j:M Kingman: ar,' .b eM;neie 'heiU. of. MrsrJane. TaylorfOrthe 'f land_oDttaw..... the past Yeeaeori.They: find. C Read- .Iade .Clothing f ; "' "c (
;> ; ;.I j for week end c pies el:4iiep;returned.tcj their ,
"'f-'<''' '.& a Witshire., ,. : .. Mr ibuarnea pleasant,place'to come to.Mr. "
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:: 't '; Iirand,.. liiltieeker JJin- in Melbourne. yesterday. in. his -

'-7j.i:. ,- h.. W"k'"L':: :.....':.bQmt" \ '? '':Indfrtnetpotte.... >,'..aftef.Ieitindaieoyo ., ......Da. .; ntoHagee. ;.pnd- S Mr.HojCarpenter, all r iu'which' ",lie' has been'enjoyoin1taevuneial KNOX,STETSON an{ _
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."_; ;\ & ...,:.f" 'h' apP1'>WJo.on'merr1. ', of "' ?j "spendingtleirlnteSS ,weeks' cruise.800& visiting 'HOUSEWUTS B '

:!<;. i'f <.11 .- WJ; t. ".!rte: tbeii. ,trip'to. Cub. *:t..,t, ":In=tbeBa'chfel; cottage- ; lefton Palm Beh, Miami, 'and Key West r'On .50 to $5 '
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;" 'r '"; ; : : Tuesday for ,their northern home,, board were Mr Allen Campbeli, of Rose; M :
.. t-'I < '"Mr.and'l1ltrDfli rrgal;accompaniedFDIe.FAi , c ,. .
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." _r.1: 'IW. .zreeday' 'ii. a shorts- tay"at;8ea, '|Breeseahwrtbey I diughtereCathenn4sndMri., R Cpn- Pay'Mews. L.: A. :Wood! Sam:! Martin. ,EDWINCLAPP': and J. .

......'#... '7,' ''"- .a:_",;'.'' ; ';>iUbetjoin,.': >din.a' .tew- ,da f I' over{' i1.baby Clement,,Conbver' e firtheiihomq | aid: E.,:C.. Koot, of Melbourne: .' All re CROSSETTSFINBSH9. .,., '
;};$ .. ""} < ;;: tl: ll' Wednesday jolly time :Mr McLean will leave ... .
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?icI" ;;;'f.1,1,Mrs. 8ladereau... &D.ter.WlCn al I I' io;"N'QwV-ork pa ;. H $3 to $6.60 A

(; .t."f".. .':l'fFJ-1.. 't'.:. 1 dill'kretards. .. _,,rtbedrt;: omen.. ,in. ',"Scnuton-o. ; 18th2 ; Baby* :gemen&1i t quiteBell: .'anditmng his"l launch''in Melbourne' until next sea;' SCIL05S!! '. BROS., A,OX :;l :;l, =.l =' e.::::====.--'

I." J ...c'",,( .. .y.n.'IU .)' ";. ...".. ;again. and-, aitb4hisbig, i blue eyes son wheii he will again be among'the .. QUALITY") ,

l: --::r""1!.-. i,>: : -x q.;.!'f":'" "...Si'. """":.!";aiiot'iltSttigret, ,,,. ,-,., :'io-,"learn-"' ...olthe'.' ; .. ,"'-'dea'n. and sonny curls '.iii.the* .*picture of healthand pleasant. guests at Hotel" Bellevne., }. QUEEN ,

; -t ..lr.. ;f ,.,of Mrs, Sloan,,.who forman1yearl"W.; a" .happit"_ : -'.4curroN 'i. Fine Shoes for Ladles
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;:. '. ,{" 'The' egg h ot'at'F.W., Hanson's on $2.50toa,50_ '
4 YaWng'heslth'prevevted\he' 'travelingeoath.yte 'Quite"a A crowd held a picnic and fish'fryat
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I.fitt:1ft't: ; !r.A'l<; < tiro .< ..1" Easter Monday was i.very happy affair; the canal recently r-rrrr-rr. lrJ .
: t :';!salt ;yews. lei paaaed All 'the little folks'lD town were present 'These brands -aN.- recotnlxd leaden'In' ityle.fl\ ,aad luI h. Sold eDJJ' 'J'IMd a _
W. Watton and 'his Bert made
it reelg1 son. a .
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"1' and quite,:a.,;number:of the older folks business 'trip to Shiioh Wednesday .ot THE' .LARGEST UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING BOUSE ON EAST COAST Or FLORIDA -
1/. "'-*< I' ...:i<"t'/. dono9, of. b: eia- -' bi'1IU.aokee.-- ". The;ejzgs :were ,hidden everywhere, othe' lost. week. '
'it": .?; "" ,;>' "'".. 1: ,- .,.'. 1 The Complete line of everything that men and
L .. 1tJoA. : 'J \ .: "" ..' -'. graw..the_ cap shaped leaves of orange trees are holding their boll wear .
) 5'1- Sloanr
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:'>.. : :7"o.;;:tj: Death, .,of Celeatia, heavy crop'of fruit well and'are looking We sell the'best that can buy' II 4 4All"goods
'r JI" 'ifr,1f: ( < = the great>;icrinum lilies, in the bootjacksof money \
; % t;}j 7 .- !'Urn CelesUaE. Sloan,',widow. of Judge fine after,the much needed rain t3XA.IL
..."< ..' ,'" ,. ", the palm trees, in the clustering oletnders marked in plain figures, strictly one'prlce'to all
:ji1" Mr.
j" }" LI O.Slctur ofjane8ville Wifl.diedat Nell.Watton returned borne Mon.dayafternooo {
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and in the "forks of the
' : # :the'reaidenceof_ r her son;Charles,.in Mil- Qven am after spending a few days ORDEIR8 ,.4. ..PmCXA.L: J
t .. t brella trees. Dozens
J of.tl1e'scarleh'lZ8. in. town visiting friends and relatives.
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: '*r' wauAeI! on inst.xHer iii
were<.bidden the beds of phlox and so The setting season is about over acid '
f |, ';,were" laid: to rest' in the Janesville cemeieryon "
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j ; ; troll. Some JAMES President. .j
' .i 3&3 near ..wre'they' of'a color that it was many are preparing to re PEITCHAED W.M.BBOWN.Vice-Pre&ideai.
St: &**> ". ." \ ;, ;: "ifl'h'inst.JSh'e; wee.. aa regular quite difficult to 'find them. Among'the cord catches of fish have been" made here WINSTON S.
". : ; "'i7" '<:-' .'j. {:winter wieitor"to, Cocoa' for:many yean lately:
arid Nellie Bran' J -
\ ;{;: '.' -< and owned, :at one 'time,-' 'conei i erable girls Charlotte Basen Messrs: ',R. L. Ragin and Geo. M. Bat INDIAN RSrATE BANK; !
the
'&J y10.'ha-, 'place and Merritts Iav ner found )largest number of eggs and ty visited friend here Friday evening
, ;f.. -' ., {p ; Walter: Carter and'Jobnney Dawley were and left next dav for their homes. We .
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.'; ,.",,'>..1,.' ... land: the most successful among the boys. Bro. will all miss Mr. R's,violin music. 'COUNTY DEPOSrrOnYi
:'i"'" 'r t. :'., v 1'T Slav has many .friends living on Indian
Hawk was present ,and took a leading I 100,000.00Paid
: 1.
.. 1 "" 2Tiver !bo"iJI regret her death. Jnit Btwuw ap CapiJ.-----.g r
-. .- part in:'he'pm that/ollowed. The _...._.
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-: .. .: !W" Your cold is only in throat and Average Deposits $ ,1100.00 _
your
*? .' ';: .. .ff.. -,": '." aatt aptadato"women of older,' people lookedon and enjoyed It TRANSACTS A .
.j. ;(. All today, does not troahlf you iow, don't think
*; ,'; '!. -1 :. =Know how to bake, wash, sing and play; all quite as much as the children.! For that It' needs no' attciUiun. When it has

:- : 1:'. > >Without these talents a whole N. G. many years the children of Georgianahave not had much afa start is the time to Beoeral Banking Business x. '

ir J .?<' .Unless she' takes Rocky ,Mountain Tea. .enjoyed their Easter frolic.in tl eH0D800' check it. The (slightest cough easily lead Largest and Oldest .*

...., .dakyoar Itouggirt.A .; to pneumonia, bronchitis and consump II
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< .,. yard and some of the children Bank the RlT -
on r.Exchange
t" : \ : :. ': ', (" tion. A bottle of Ballard's Horehound
.:.,. f{ ', ,. ABTK81A'" who_ took:part .in it years ago are now Syrup will cure"that cough. The price Bou ht and Sold on All

:,,M ?-l! ;'>: : : '7' Little 'Wilkinson- .Chandler baa been married and have little ones of 'theirown. puts, it inthe .rea h aJUSold by.. Red Foreign Counties j

' '. is :It was a neighborhood affair each Cross Pharmacy.IOTICE :. Patronage appreciated. Prompt service, !, 4

xi'm:t ) ill bat much improved.>> .. family sending in a dOleD or two of eggs ," polite tre&tmeotand every favor consistent
.: 1. !': ,,: Mr. and. Mrs. ',Chandler, visited Mrs.Quartennaa TO CORfiiCTOBSSuperintendent's with conservative banking granted.COBBESPOXDENT8 .' #
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[. !" : : U' : On Saturday eggs were not to be bad for .

'.:',{!,.J... ,'.if.$, t"i' I.'v'.; ,,". at.\n.,ItWIItvera.ouua1_ .. love or money in Georgian. bat theresereplenty Office Empire Trust Company N..Y.: Florida, -l

v,/: :fE., "f' .Mia: George. Jnartennan, spent Saturday bidden .for children. Board of Public Instruction, Bank A; Trust Company,JacksonvilleFla. lt
away
Titosville, .Fla., April .10th, 19U6.
:;: \- with-ber daughter, :'Mrs. Chandler.
: :: :- # TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
1. ', .f : \ .Mr:"and Mra., Chandler :will celebrate You feel the 'life giving: current the Bids will be received i by the undersigned .
np to noon of Monday, May 7th, 1906
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' minute 'oosab It. A gentle soothing
"0 : their wedding anniversary next Satur--
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: I for the erection of addition to the Cocoa
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!::.;(,.> 4';:, warmth fills the nerves and blood with
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It -., :, day., High School building.
; .. life.'It's a real pleasure take Hof hater's }
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SCREENS
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";,:l't;.;; : : 1::! .: \Mr.:: ;.and.'Mn.. .C. R.: ,Copeland,I-or.Ir1'J Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents, Tea'or Specifications i and information can be .
had from Dr. W. L. Hnghlett C R.
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'k Tablets. Ask coa; .
b :: ; Canaveral visiting Mrs. Tnten'sSatorday. your druggist r
; .:J were I E. Mime, chairman, Bonaventnre>, and '
'-'fj 'Fi<'1-:;:".,.' t. \ the superintendent at Titusville.
," : SAO OALLIK. county For doors and windows
;:: ;t*;v,., ; Colda accompanied by sore throat and rain The board reserves the right to reject ; :
Summer weather and little and all bide

d';.' '...u era-.:. :.f'"1 hoaraenees. have possession 01 nambe.. Cot Perry and family of Brazil Ind., any JOllY R WALKER: covered with any wire. !

.1;; ': M4 :,..Y of oar people. .I( Secretary and County Supt. _
.j left for
home
t1 t.. ii'; :; Mr.. P.' M. Spaulding ,left Tuesday forE on Tuesday. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY COi, ;
Alex Near has returned Eau Gallie,
to
):: 4 .. his home at ,Ayer, Maser, after spending ; R.: L. MOTLOWf
9.' : .
.,,< after sinking a well at Hardeeville. Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material: ;
i 'I x m. sucoeasful; winter here. His friends

;: ; ,i;.:,{ regret having him go. W. T. Wells, of Melbourne, has' his Eau Gallie, Florida.
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;y': "":: The dance given by Miss Edith Burns launch on Hodgson's, ways this week. (
J. B.WALKER. H. a MACE. f
'. was the great success of the season. A E. B. Taylor is now sole owner of the
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I k :. I v r.r:}> large crowd was present: Thanks are livery business in the town of Eau Qallie.Mr. JOHN R. WALKER & CO., :

i 2 : t :xa::: r due Mr..''E. Praetorius, the lighthousefor and Mrs. Paddieon entertained on

r; 7' ;':':. the use of the talking,machine, also Monday eve last for Miss Perry, of Maca- f Titusville, Fla., :

..{ ':',. to M.'... White and Peterson for violin tawa, Mich.H. .

r : i" ?' :: music.. The room was tastefully decorated L. Jeffords, of Canaveral, was in

). t f < with palms moss add 'lilies Refresh town Wednesday last laying in supplies -.S. DRY GOODS j

r: ti.. menta were served at 11 o'clock.Pl and lumber.A. :

2 repeat soon, Miss Edith.,
I...": +.;,: H. Adams is now in Eau Gallie as

' 1 Keep bowels the the representative of the Florida Fish and '
.,: your regular by use 'CLOTHING
I r.. i ir;" : of Chamberlain's: Stomach! and ,Liver Produce company.Letters ;
.?' -;.: Tablets There is. better. For .
f' nothing from Col. C. W. Fowler, of the far ,
sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. .
t. K. M. I., Lyndon; Ky., announce his return Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, -

.; OEOBGIANA. to Sarno next winter season.A ;-- GENTS' FURNiSHINGS
it. t Ales Stout, Etc. ,

tt ;. : Mrs.,Provost'and baby are home again. beautiful consignmentjof; views TITUSVILLE and COCOA FLORIDA ,

J, :. ,. It 'is a pleasure to. see her.out again. I of Sarno and the K. M. I. buildings are I- '
B@JSend orders
;' >v'" Born to Mr. and Mrs. C.:P. Honeywell, now on sale at Dr. Sarah Hodgson's West me your SHOES

"" j[ at the home of Mrs. Jane Taylor, on Friday ; End Pharmacy. ) I

t :', last, a little daughter., Eau Gallie sent a handsome sum to the RIEL- F .
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t; The Misaes.Bond and two little nieces, mayor of San Francisco to aid the sufferers MILLINERY .

1-: :it Emily and Ned, left for their Wisconsin in that stricken city. The money .

r C'. JJ'-'; home on Wednesday's train' was seat through our town clerk, W. H. ,

'": h If' ... Mr. and Mrs.. F. G. Kingman and Christian. i

': '' t". nephew Prof. Guy Ford, of Yale college, The citizens .are erecting a light house FURNITURE

f{ are at home in the Munson cottage for a on the north point of the Eau Gallie ,

4 h'j. week or two. river. Uncle Sam will furnish the light.

! ''. T"...=;,;J. Mrs. F. G. Kingman' and> Miss Mary Oar townsman, G. F. Paddison, bas ..- ::. ; := : --

: < Wittfeld made a filing trip to Eau Gal granted the site for the light. A long

f' felt want is now attained. A e want your patronage.Our .
r; ; ..' lie on Tuesday of.last week returning the
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.: > came day on the Lena. aim is to please YOU.
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This is the season of listlessness, head
, 4 Mrs. May Bower returned from her aches and spring disorders. Hollister's

. > : visit at Daytona last Saturday. ,She was Rocky Mountain Tea is a sure preventa-I FIRE INSURANCE New, Up-to-Date Goods in every

r -' quite ill while there but is much better Live. It makes :you strong and vigorous. Line.
'; 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Ask your drug
now and will soon be quite herself again.

.? J? P2J ab: .%.ig. ABSTRACTS Mail orders receive prompt and

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