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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: May 4, 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: UF00075901:00363
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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i .OPJ'l T 'AND G9SSIPr 'y' $1ent: $ lint!\ we-iII.bave: 'your 'shoe' trade: forever White'wash organdie, 46 inches wide, INTEREST .

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;' J' -, \te. have just received a large shipmentof a special priceof "

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t-- *'"; ,Truel. ire'and ,ThereIifmidanafBnithe Preaching: atfthe.'Methodist churchTitusville / ,they are beauties. Up the Weekly leispipei t._'
$ "ti : ) the for 8Ummerdrt58e8 .
,. ... ; Large shipment just in of children's proper style ,special t *.. ,
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)' : '' shoes,, the.finest ,line ,ever 'shown.here, price of 49 cents per yard. \ :'
: .l; } !: : : ,Etude at IndianBhrrMnfcicHoc8er 6th,. (11' aJm..,. and at' ,Cocoa in the pair or Also one lot, 18 inches wide,, worth 35 Mrs. W. N. Chaadoin spending a few e
every guaranteed not to rip tear.
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% is,given"'to all to attend services'! ,. Remember White brilliantine 38 inches wide Mr John J. r
,' : PENNEY BRANNING very Joyner. of City 'Point,
'u = Hirt:16'fboYraceabout. sale cheap"; that at' Titus- ?
:,< Apply'tothis'office.., '-1'1rolUitl, Bail, '=/:" Sunday school .,, x _The Clothiers and Furnishers, stylish for QDlmer' skirts guaranteed to paid the county lite'I' visit on Wednesday. ;1'

etierytbingfiretdaee, ,: villels 10 changed: from Afternoon to morn.iiig 'Titnsville, Fla. wash, special 49 cents per yard. Samein ,

eI; J&iMv'&. E..; Bice' arrived "home from d at f2' o'clock.Rer. black gray and navy blue. Mr. H. H. Waiters, of Jacksonville I j
t feji. ,' .. J. 'B. Hawk will preach at City Wash silk 21 inches wide will make ,.
-c 1 F 0iia1&'cth: latter jmrt of.ha-.weik. | jfcptbVway IN S.OCIALAFFAIRS' LIFE was here the first part of the week On hb' t

".':""".:::. ,k";r .of' Leesborg.and. Sanford.n .' Point, Sunday, May 6th, 10:3QL, m., beautiful shistwaists- special cents per usual trip in the interests of the Jacksonville
}; ", -' \ and at Eao Gallie at',:00 p. m. Epworth yard. '
;; Ki;<'. ad,,JMrs; Harry; WillOnl'mo i Grocery company.
n -4 : League devotional. meeting. 6:45', p. m., Relating That !filch Helps To late a Dixie mosquito! bars with brass frames, ..
\:Mondayintovthe. ,DeGranw. colege'.on Mr. R E Mime, Jr., of Fort Pierce
at Eau Gallie.
extra large size worth$2.50 for $1.75
Main where they have Ton Pleuut an arrived Monday for the of round
tf street: ,: ,acoseyff tad LlnIt Ladies' lace hose in all leading shades, purpose t ring
..r. of fivenoun.'fr1r'Geo. and his stock of cattle
iJUipme < ,'to ', SPECIAL PRICES -,' including black new and up-to-date designs / up branding on '

-:: ,. .."Romfnof? Miami, formerly Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer; Devoe. special price of 50 cents. the east side of the river. "
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,,,;.jy.J.$'A t'-a..resident of:Titosville' ?;.u made very In, JD-De'. Gents, Furnishing and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dittmar.of Fort Figured lawns, good for kimonaa and Miss Charlotte Palmer arrived a few

; ;;;.happy;:Tnonday ,:of list-: weep 'by,*the Clothing Departments Pierce i are attending the Grand Chapter house dresses, special'price of 6 cents per days. ago from Fort Pierce and will spenda

pf ;arrival,of a>daughter at his home.: Men's white lisle thread long or short Eastern Star at'St. Augustine this week. yard. week or sp in Titnsville stopping with vti


:v:.:. ; to spend the" 'summer att their old each. the. May day celebration at.Cocoa and all over laces-endless variety of pat in Brooklyn. t,

"'i > :'home: _: .in:Tennessee"'hoping the: changeviii Elastic Team drawers, in.all sizes, 60 Tuesday, ,taking a deep interest in the terns Miss Bonner, who held the principal '. 4

;; ? t benefit Mrs'Wagoner's, health. cent, per pair. ball game and dance. Embroidery turnovers,'special 10 cents ship of the public school at Eau Gallie

,!f1 *,M .* :and Mrs..,E. P. Porcber, of Cocoa, Men's fancy hose, well known Onyx Tax STAB desires to secure a permanent Mail orders promptly filled on any of the past year stopped off here from Sat "'
: D. A.. Blod.f. brand 1 35 ., above urday to Monday to visit with the family .;, '
.' '/ tUited.;with Mr. and Mrs special cents. correspondent at Cocoa and Rockledge the goods. .
:!,t 1.s :(!.gettof Daytona,, !last week just prior tothe. Boys' wash= 'pams,- lizes from 3 to 15, and will be 'pleased to correspond with JULIUS KLINE, of School Superintendent Walker on her' 4

'; :.,tatter's departure north for the snmi pedal 25,cents per pair. ,; parties in regard to the same. ,- Titnsvilie, Fla. way to her home in Tennessee.
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.'j.'it"4''i'-.i1 .JDet.,-'",." 'jo .' Boys' bloomer trousers, made of an.excellent Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Blodgett end family : Mr, and Mrs. Geo. M. Bobbins went to !

._'l'M.f !: ,(.: kxTpe.-1: ,>> .,i....w'r&eaatorl.o the. city dock. will quality of hard 'finished worsted* well know to many living on Indian Neither Very Large Nor EarlyC. St. Augustine Tuesday to attend the annual s
:i ,4'come in'handy. Mr. ,Seabrook Semi willsead' special,price of $100. river, departed last week in a private car convention of the Grand Chapter
"'o :next week for asbipme> t of We will also put on sale about 100'new from Daytona for their summer home i in -T; McCarty, the well known pine Order of Eastern Star,, they being the .

". thirteen. torsi of.fertjliiterfothis; ', orange and up-to-date men's' suits just re Grand Rapids, Mich. grower of Eldred, .Fla., has written A. representatives from Titusville. Mr. and ;

'." "':?':J.. -1.i. ..,.e..i -' i> '1r""f.%' ,. t '>' r- ..*ttV ceived Kir ehbaam.from e. elJ.tnown house or.A.. .JB:. : Misr'Mary'Shaeflkr.ol' .,Arteia, F.follows Young & Co.; of New York city, as Mre. Robbins arrived home yesterday ..-l

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fT- Men's blue chambray shirts cuffs de "I think would be justified> instating
l f formerly 'a resident ""of Indian river near nesday, ere leaving for Rockaway Beach, you A. G. Kraetzer, of Brooklyn came .
Cached the famous Lion brand, special on authority that the pine '
my
? ti Ean" Gallie has on a prospecting down last and
:' gone N. Y., where she will spend the summer Thursday accompanied .
41';. .r- trip to'Key West and Havana for a week '1.00. with her sister, Mrs. Gerry.Mr. apple crop of the Florida East Coast has Mre. Kraetzer home Monday. Mrs. K. I '
Men's two-piece bathing suits, in all been greatly overestimated and that it
.it :or.ten days: has been spending the past three months -
G. F. Duren returned from Wei- e
sizes, special f 1.00. will, be late instead of early. The crop
G.,W. Scobie and daughter Merle with her sister, Mrs. L. W. Haile, during ,
Mrs. born last Friday, leaving his sister, Mrs. s
Mail orders promptly filled on any of will be nearer 300,000 than 500,000< crates,
and Miss Holmes to visit which time her health was very much ,
Mayme expect the above Roods Simons, convalescent, Mr. A. T. Feaster, as many have reported. The old fields '
"F at Canaveral the coming week with Mrs J curs RUNS:, who had charge of the market daring have but little in them and the younger improved.

:Burns'and Miss Holmes'' brother Mr. Titusville Florida. Mr. Daren's absence, returned to West fields have a fair, but not a large, crop. George Gingras of Rockledge, of

_B.9 &d Holmes Telephone No.8.WhitAeld. Pajm Beach Saturday. It will be June' 1st to 10th before many motor boat fame, has contracted to build

Mr. .Mace, who is a brother of our While assisting in moving his household pines leave here, judging from present a semi-rater for Mr. MMdleby, 32 feet

JIlt ,H. B.. Mace, returned to New York and Parkhillf effects Monday afternoon, Mr. appearances. Many people have overestimated by 4 feet, to be equipped with a 40 b. p.

city last week from Daytona, where hespent Advices from every section of the state Harry Wilson lost his pocket book containing the crop and the papers here Jaeger motor. Such a power in a Gin-
the-. winter. ,He is the head ofF indicate the nomination of Justices J. B. graa designed hull should get about
at
Wbitfield and C. B. Parkhill of the supreme something ,near eighty dollars. have been saying that pines would go by
the Mace Refrigerator company court to succeed themselves, they It was found by Henry Holten near the May 15th etc. Nothing of the kind." some over the water. ;

,&'r*}, ,Mr,.'J. L..Gillie and family moved this having served only I a part of a term. The corner of Palm and Main street and returned Hon. Wade H. Jones, candidate-for ,

U.T;,,- week' 'to St. Auao tioe. Mr. Gillie has four candidates each developed for railroad much commissionerhave strength and "'to its. owner. FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES. legislature, and Mr. W. H. Hall, for a

'r been holding the position of road super the friends of each are hopeful of the success The cosy little cottage on Main street White enamel cribs, .the tax assessor, were at Cocoa May day -
;i '" ',iIor' here::for some months past and is of their favorites. Present advices now'occupied by Mr. A. J. Wagoner has $10.50 kind |9.25 meeting their numerous friends and

i 1 succeeded by Mr. D. B. Clark. do not indicate with any degree of certainty .- been recently purchased for use as the Mason fruit half jars gallons., pints,, looking1 after their political welfare. So
quarts
" which two will be chosen.
'Ii;: Capt. Henry Wilson,of:Canaveral, gave Methodist parsonage. The place will be Carbide, for gas lamps. also were their opponents Justice W.

'Ytzi. TBI STAB office a pleasant call Wednesday Bad Conduct Marred Baseball Game improved codsiderably and is eligibly sit Elastic sectional bookcases. R. Roesch and Mr. Geo. F. Ensey, re- .

. .while in town. Although 77 years of age The Miami Metropolis of Saturday last uated for the purpose intended, being Chaa. A. Gardner, Telephone 34. spectively candidates for the same positions

l; :'; pap{..Wilson is as spry as many men of comments as follows on a baseball game only a few steps from the church. -on the ground in the interests of ,

,:t.> half that age, and he does not look a bit played there last Friday afternoon: Draying their candidacy before the primary.

'Jj'".: older than he did thirty years ago "After ten innings, the game of base- Entertainment and ConcertIn Draying or hauling of all kinds prompt. I ,
:'-. .. ball played on the Royal Palm grounds ly attended to.' Meets all trains. Stove Letter to C. A. Gardner
ffJ: the notice handed in for
publicationlast
",., yesterday afternoon between the Miami wood for sale at all timesII.
.:_:". ': ::. Arrest of Alice Forkner team and another known as the Cubans, week regarding the closing exercisesof TO IS. ttOLTOX, Titusville, Fla. f
f I resulted in a victory for the latter by a, the Titusville High school an over- I 1
s- Titusville, Fla. Dear Sir The Trustees of Fair Ground,
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4l3 Alice Forkner, the wife of John Fork of 4 3.The well sight was made in not stating that the I
to was
score game
Cobl kill N. Y. 15
glad to
were pay
:: t. ner, both'of whom were implicated in played throughout and but for a disagreement proceeds of the entertainment tonightwill for Devoe and i"
be devoted to the high school library To Florida Pines I cents a gallon more ; no R
between Umpire Titus and the Export
-1); the stealing of furniture over a year ago wonder. Two other paint agents: said it
fund. We trust there will be,a crowded
t; 1 from' Hotel Indian River, at Rockledge players conduct prevailed and in which was interesting.s -nte disgusting house. The teachers and pupils have The Consolidated Fruit company, of would take' 150 gallons of their paint to ; 4

-"" 4 for which John was convicted, succeeded to the the worked hard to make the affair a success Jacksonville, is now perfecting arrangements 1 cover the )OildiIJI8.
umpire
. "According players
Our it 125 less. It took +
with several large growers of pines agent put at or k
:rt: in evading the law and made her escape having his decisions questioned, left the and everyone attending will be sure to for exporting 10,000 crates to the I 115. Rt

r' to another county. About ,a week! game in the fifth inning, afterwards nag enjoy the evening's entertainmentWe '. European markets, and detailed plans We saved them 35 gallons of paint and ,

J'x' : ago Sheriff Brown located her at Mount ging and making remarks in an abusive! are now being worked out with every painting (worth $J to $o a gallon, as the
manner and in an apparent endeavor to meet all competition in the furniture .
of three times much
a -urance success. painting costs two or as r
and accompanied by a deputy .
Dora break the line, the freight on all orders, I '
op gameTowards pay The crop promises to be excellent. as the paint) less 15 cents a gallon on 115
,'; sheriff of Lake county placed her under the latter part of the game guarantee our goods to give satisfaction, The plants are healthy and the fruit gallons Say 110.
,fi lir-teet'and brought; her back to Tituaville Brewer Peddy' one of the Miami players, .. and have the most up-to date line to I promises to be exceptionally fine as to That's how to count the cost of paint. '
t. ) for trial: '. "| indulged in harsh words with Titus relative select from that was ever shown on the the run of sizes, and a larger increase in The cost of putting in on is $3 or $4 a
to his conduct, and was slappe.J Indian rixer.Cocoa the number of crates can be accounted gallon. You see what that means. Go
in the face by Titus. The intervention Furniture Co., Cocoa, Fla.
J. for by the prospects for a larger eized buy Devoe. at
Dr.Armstrong's Appointments
. ,;. of other players prevented what would fruit. Indications are that the sizes wilt Yours truly, '
r Dr. Armstrong, the well known' eye have been serious trouble by keeping: Olmstead Baa Opposition t I run heavy in 24s, 30s and 18*. I F. W. DE\'O& A Co.,
1 and nerve specialist of Jacksonville is Peddy, who grabbed a bat, after being 35 New York.
from Titus. R. E Bray, of Jensen, has come out
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.800D' to make a personal visit down the slapped away for the legislature as representative from Perhaps you need a hracer-something I P. S. Jas. Pritchanl & Son sell our paint. 'tI
"After the game Peddy swore out a
Coast. He will be at Tituaville on :
& East i .
: '; SL Lucre Claude F. that will life and ambi i ---
energy -
:, 3rd and 4th of May and his office warrant for the arrest of Titus on a county, against give you I
she Olmstead who is before the tion. A \'etion-try I. W. HARPER For Sale
' be'witb -Dr. Wilson. Anyone suf- charge of assault and battery, but up to primary I ,
will -
t with trouble or nervous 10 o'clock today it bad not Been sewed for :eel tioD. Mr. Bray is an old news whiskey. old by R. L. Motlow and F. I Bay horse in fine condition, for@a.le'
!:: faring any eye. I
) and it is said A. Loslev.
I man thoroughly
t omplicationa would do well to see Dr. on him. paper II cheap for cash. ,
"" understands the duties of the position he tI
while here in the city. The i GEO. GiM.im,
; .- Armstrong, *
: I is seeking and will put a bold fight at For Rent
, : doctor while oa his professional tour will For Bale or Lease op I Rockledge, Florida.
II the We like to the i
primary. always
see
' :--' Cocoa, 5th 6tb; Merritt 7th; Eau Gallie, I My property situated opposite the "get there," and Mr. S I Three nice rooms all connected, newly ;
newspapermen
', S&hj Melbourne 9th; Sebastian the 10th F. F. C. depot. A store ana nine room Bray has our best washes renovated and painted, rents reasonable, !i For Sales t f t
.r ,s .. Ft. :Pierce' the 11th and 12th and so! on house. MBS. C. OoLL 8. suitable for small family and light houst I, A fine naptha launch or yacht tender,
'4 down to West. wood cook stove, all i
.: Key The New.Light keeping, can use D. CBABB 15; (t long, 4 ft. 6 beam and 14 in. draft; .
Mre. J.
\ -'------ FOB 8AUE CHEAP FOB CASH. up stairs. Apply to ,
built by Gas Engine and Power Co., of 4 '
.', San Vraadaco JW1erhnd The Cleveland Hydro Carbon Light : Titusville, Fla. I I'I !
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ii. About 88 acre of good high landonthe Morris Heights, N. Y. Naptha engine i r
,. desirous' contributing to east or ocean side of the Indian riverat Come and'see light that you can see i the most reliable and satisfactory power 4I
r' .:' I AlE' earthquake sufferers at the Narrows, described aa follows: Lot i i by. C. COLLINS, Agt. j SAIL LOFT AND GCN REPAIR SHOP I in use, copper fastened and brass: fallings

. & California, are requested No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section Yacht sails and launch awnings made throughout, hard wood finish. A finer
to deposit>> their contributions at the Indian 36, in township 31 south range 39 east. Eggs For Hatching 'I up in first class style, mildew proofed if boat is not built Has had little use and .#
i River State bank on or before May This land is unimproved but finely lo Single Comb White Leghorns, from my desired. Also! guns stocked and shotguns is in perfect condition. A bargain. Can If. 4
6th, 1906.' cated. For further particulars address beat matings, at$1.00per 15. rebored. 1 be seen at the Marine Ways here or r f.a j
B. B. WOBOK, E. M. Low, F. H. BLACK, HKXRY BKNECKF: Address PCTEB NXLJ>OX, a t.. r4 anA
Mayor of Titnsville. Brockton, Mass.f. Sharpes, Florida. 1 Tituaville Fla. 1 Box: 189, Tituaville, Fla. ;

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iZ- ;;q.e"H f'; "< fD t: b1 Eligin e No.L6T.fJ -11'' M 0l' city w4 jrorroiujdlng wctlott+ : y ONC,'TWO. -. ALWAYS.tiMD'

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f?' t : ..- .the eidetrruck'ffity feet'distant' alatmaitiouttheir'safety' la: Hot Springs. Ark., for sciatic rheumatism, but I

I. ; .. Flreilaan' //CharteS. .WelingtonoolWc1 ,thing. haringlieen: ,heard get more relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment
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;t; = : o d.. ,wttneaed .the. aoclSeot, It }oc" almoBt, ; : Inclosed find postoflSce order for fl.00. &e 4a*
the'englnebnt to..the evident; total > large bottle by Southern Bipre J." ''
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: :,<} .> EBSteeer.;;Bogers ,brew, nothing. 'of it tkm of the-e1ty, ,will;be-.felt S THREE SIZES 25c SOc AND $1.09. -
1 1-the' Tampa cigar trade. '
' ""' = he fireman men BE SURE YOU GET 11IE. QENWSfi! ry
ntH informed by >' "
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'* the Uaji. .reached: ;Tort Pierce" Ear, CIri Ballard Snow Liniment Co.ST.
J.r .'k" f. STATS. or OHIO. at TOLEDO,}} .
{ gtoeer Rogers.had>ot "sufficiently; re LPCAS COBHTT. ; '
ili: : ,7' : Fximc: J. CHEm makes'oath .. LOUIS,' U. & A.
f tif.: covered.from the shock, .of the accident the senior partner of the firm of F. :

ao Slue L%.TObnne reporter any: further &Co. doing business in the city the
% t-: aforesaid.and that
county and state
? J.: .' particulars: J: will pay the sum of One Hundred Hal-
i ;;i. ',' Beaidea the three-y ar-bld .child each and every case of catarrh that : Gove
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WJ.t( .,which:the'mother attempted to reseuefrom cured bf the'use. of HALL'S FRANK C.J. con P SOLO AND RECOMMCftOSD BY;
is RED CROSS MilT, TITOSTILLE, ud EAU GALLffi PHIIBUCY. EAU SULK
_ (5 Injury;a three-montha-oid 'baby Sworn to>>:before me and : ..
;: mother's% love and at presence this 0th day of December
left withou a,

II"; ." .. .y-tentloa... FJtier! 'paJtlculars. 'of the I { 8m'} A. W. I Southern Railway. .

'r--:(' "lfalnlly, we\haTe, .been.-unable. _to ob '-rte A Notary
; :: Hall's Catarrh CUre is taken '.' EFFECTIVE AVE. 6, 1906. J
'. : .' tain. I her. :::

.: ; : The accident:has'cast a gloom over I acts tea of. directly the system.on the Send blood for and Alli No.: 30Daily. :No.: 34Daily. Between Jacksonville and N it I r\o 2D 'S.J.33- ''-
Turk. :
: ; '.; the entire. -community. I, : F.. J. ,CHENEY & CO. -. "I, Daily.t' Dpy.
.If .r---- 755 p -.---.- 9 05 a Lv Jacksonville, Fl*.___..-..So. Ry. Ar. -1-9 W a--._ S 8.1 P -
p' He 1215 a 120 Lv.Savannah Ga.________ So. 4 __
'Good Sagxeition. .OFFICERS' ------- P By. Ar. 50.a S4 p
> A / lungs 9 55 a-------_ 1033 P Ar. Charlotte, N. C.-.". -So, By. Lv. 950 p,. __ a 3t1 a
Cl- of Lemon City,
air Wainwrigbt, at 842p Ar. Richmond. Ya-__. 80. Ry. Lv. 1230 : =: t 30
that
: Fla. has written the manufacturers To P .. 950 a Ar. Washington, D. C. .._. Pt.950 Pt.--_ '
results 'are' from ---- -- -So.Ey Lv. 1051 tiQ P
much better obtained Colic Cholera leal Association.The 1117 P :--..-1132 a Ar. Baltimore, Md.Ar'Philadelphia. .,_____.__-P. B. B Lv. 813 ___ 2S p
-r: the use o( Chamberlain's. after 2 35 a--..----- .145p415p Pa.P.: R. R Lv. 333 a ____ I'44 ,
u p
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r and Diarrhoea 'Kemedy in cases of pains recent session 'of the re. 6 30 a---------- Ar. Yew York.N. Y.________.P. R. R 1.1' 1210 a ..._ r y
.. in the stomach, colic and cholera morbus State Medical Association at -
;-t.- ', by, taking it in eater as hot as can be following s. Nos. 33 and 34-"New York and Florida Ezpresa." Daily Pullman Drawing Sown s
1: drank. That when taken in this way yule elected. the Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and Mew York.
-Fi-:,". 'h ;etr c, ''is double In. rapidity. "It the ensuing year: Nos. 29 and 30-"Washington aud Florida LImit d." Daily Pullman Drawing Boom

f :. '. .seeroa to get at tbe right spot instantly President, Dr. John D. Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York.

he : for .sale by Red Cross Pharm .No 30 t
says.
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1/, of DeLand. : 'rhroqh"The Laud of the liky.u N0.
,:: acy.. First vice .president. Dr. -Daily I Daily
-'f: : 75. P Lv. Jacksonville F1a., ._......__......_...._.._._..____.& R,. Ar. -Soot
: 0; ; Horri.bleAccident rence. of Tampa., .t5* 1215 a 'Lv. Savannah Ga,-..._._.._._______..._____.________. R,. 'r. 450 a
i > 's., 'A dispatch to toe Times-Union from Second vice president. .600 a .Ar. Columbia S. .,---.--..-____._:.__,-_---.-.---_..-.- Ry. LT. 115 a
t': : 150 p Ar. Ashe7ille. N.c.----_-----_..--.-.,.,.........-----..::So. R,. Lv 415 P
$ :: "Meredith, Levy County, givei.the fol. Mallory Kennedy; of 237 pAr. Hot Springs N.C.------.-._.....____..._____......8o. Ry. Lv. 12 43 a
t 'towing details of a horrible accident Third Vice1 President,Dr. J. 600 P Ar. Knoxville, Tenn.---..._ ..--.---..-.----.- By. Lv. U S1 a
i \. 815 a Ar. Cincinnati Obio,....__:_..._.1-......_.._____.._._.._Q. A G Lv. 8.i p
a t that'Tillage: of Gainesville. }

I It/ Willie'Valentine, aged 13 years, met Secretary and treasurer .os'i' St Nos.Louis 29,and daily.30-Pullman Drawing Room and Bu lJ'tt Sleeping Call between Jacksonville iNo. tad

: death at'the lath'mill of Philip & MoEacbin Fernandez, of Jacksonville: ,

j:! J8'&; .*.. Wednesday morning at 630. Librarian, Dr..- ,J., D. Love, /. 13 Between Jacksonville and the North and Welt. Y'U''

&--.- -1' The party in charge of lath. making sonville. as ----..-- -p Lv. Jacksonville, So. Ry.--------------- .____.Ar. 850 (I745 I-----_"

having gone for water, little' Willie Delegate to the American : -..-... 250 a Ar. Macon ISo. -------________________.Lr 2 11 aL .___
through when Association, Dr. Jos; ''Yo ------- 520 a Ar. Atlanta, So. Ry__________ ----.........-...-Lv. 11 OJ _..__
- endeavored to push one : ------- 945 a Ar. Chattanooga So. By.---------.--_.._.__...-....-Lv. i 30 .
t \. it struck the saw and flew' back; Health'officer. Alternates, Dr: ------- 740p .ArCincinnati. Queen ACrtacent__..._..._....._Lv. 8 a a.w.- -_ a

f' ": 1 J. piercing: him through the body, just ris Hodges of Gainesville == 845 p Lv Cincinnati, Big Four Route--___________.-Lv. 710 ==_

} xt his heart. The lath which ii.Pierpont, of Pensacola. ------- 710 a Ar. Chicago. Big Four Boute___________ __.._-Lv. 830 _______
below was
=== 835 p Lv. Cincinnati. Penn.. Liues.-:=::-_=: : __._____-Ar. 8ii ;1==
; slightly sharp at one end'entered his Tampa was selected as --...._ 710 a Ar. Chicago, Pena _____________--________ 1 840 p,:_..____

body sIx inches. He pulled it out and meeting place of the == 845 p Lv. Cincinnati C. H. \ D.MvnoDw________- 4o ='
of : 723 a Ar. Cbicago. C. H, t D.-Mon: n______-______Lv. 9t11 p--------
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made four or five. steps toward one : .:. .
While a bilious! attack is! '' ------- 945 P Lv. (incinnati C. H. &: D.-Mich. Ct-nL.-\r. 700 a----;
,; the,men near by and fell dying withina pleasant it is quickly over ----__ 520 a M.')Toledo C. H. &: D.-1Iich. Cent-----__-Lv. 1140 p'_._____

',; ,,:.. few momenta. berlain'! Stomach and Liver ====.725a= Ar. Detroit.. C.H.&D-Mich.Cent---.Lv. 1000 p'830p '_..:.:::.::
. -.' used. For gale by Red Cross ------- Lv. ( ncinnati, Penn. Lines---.....______.___-_uAr. 630 __
Ar. ___________ _. __ a1-
555 a Plttsburg. Penn. Lines ___ .. Lv 815
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} Chamberlain's. Remedy the Bests : ::: .. !i-----
: Cough KILLED A TAME .------ 930 P Lv. Cincinnati. Bg! Four.__.........___._....__u_Ar. 10 .-......
V "I have been using Cnamberlam'p I ------.:. 8 45 a Ar. Cleveland Bur Four.________________....____.Lv. t 30 p....___ .<

{ Cough Remedy and want to say it is the (Tropical Sun.) .-.. ._ -530 P I.v. Lexington: So By-----_____-:._____.Ar. -1-. a 1.n. _____. ';:
, # beat cough medicine ,1 have ever taken" :Mr. Frederick Robert, a .------ 810 pAr. Louisville So. By.---__.._._......__..__._._.Lv. 7 40 a732 :-.._
f, ": Ian, Mich. There is no question about
The Tropical Sun'the Nos. 13 and U-"Thp Florida Limited." Daily Solid Vestibule Traia. Through Day
it will i-onirh
best
Its being the as cure 9 1
,,
I Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Ciut nDati. ,
or cold in less time than any other treat- some young white man, of :

:_ ment. It should always! kept in the pelican .in a pond near his for No. 5 No.IS Between Jacksonville and Kansas Clt,. I Ne.14 N4 a I
house ready for instant use, for a roW
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t'
.; .can be cured in much lees time when yesterday afternoon. "T --== 74.'i P Lv. Jacksonville Fla, So. Ry.------.______..__._Ar. j- :
promptly treated. For eale by Red Cross young man's name is unknown .is. ...._-_ 520 a Ar. Atlanta, Ga., So. Ry--____________-__.__Ly. lit y0
Pharmacy. seen by certain parties and ,...... a Ar. Birmingham. Ala, So. --------___________.Lv. 4OS p.1201 .
/ :.______ 805 pAr./ Memphis, Tenn. Frisco---------- ..........._Ly. s 13 p
ter has been placed-.in the cold ______ 940 a Ar. Kansas City, Mo.. Frisco-.-------____.______Lv. 430
p
The Governor's Mansion Commission :
t. the police. It is believed thAt
has awarded the contract for theo Nos. 13 and U-"The Florida Limited." Daily.
\ be caught and severely EXCELLENT DINING CAR SKBnC&
building of the governor's mansion
his unlawful conduct. J. C. LUSK,District Passenger A.-Clltl08'felt hey Street,JackaoadUe.11a.
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;: 'for .which" an appropriation of $25,000 For the past year or more C. H.ACKERT.G.H. W. H.TAYLOE,Q. P. A.
was made'by the last Legislature. A S. H. HARDWICK 1'. T. H. BROOKS UOJUlAN.A. G. p.*.
bert has been keeping in this -
t number of bids were submitted, the ,
ular pond several pelican
lowest heirs that of O. C. Parker, of
birds have become great pets. ;
p Tallahassee, to whom the contract
lug the past season they The
: was awarded.) .The commission; was great attraction for the :: Bridgeport

present in full, Captain B. N. Mathes Paint Beach. Mr. Robert Is : '

.'I;: Hon A. C. Oroom, Hon. J.. N. C.
worked upover, the matter and
3--:';;,' Stockton. and. Mr. Samuel. Pasco. Jr. termined to capture and : 2; : "The Motor that Motes"n


:.:";::., Why gaffer From Rheumatism man who did .the shooting. ; 1_ i" i_- t--J' 1 1'a.at-, i ii_ _r _i-i_ i ,
,, ingly he has offered a reward tab. I
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Why suffer from rheumatism when one by Simple, Reliable, Durable
ht application of Chamberlain's Pain Balm for evidence sufficent to
iuarauteed to
!.: : ., will relieve the pain? The quick relief penalty for such conduct is run
':; which this liniment! affords makes rest and give satisfaction

",,-' : and sleep po.,ible, and that alone is vere. Hakes motor-boating
fl":/ worth many times its cost. Many who A a pleasure

'to/. have used It hoping only for a short relief Hade Happy for Life ,. Makes working-boats increase

'It- from suffering have been happily Great happiness came into profits
i.. surprised find that after a while the of S. C. Blair, school .
",; i." ,'. relief became permanent Mrs. Y. H.LexKttt St. Albans, W. Va when 't Study our methods of construction

i of Yum Yum, Tennessee, U..& daughter was restored from the a'y and you will discover why l
.A., writes"I am a great sufferer from i fal complaint be names. He says: '
I' .., rheumatism all over from head to foot, little daughterhad St. Vitus :a X $Z "THE BRIDGEPORT" a
and Chamberlain's Pain Balm is the only which yielded no treatment t'

thing that will relieve the pain.' For' steadily worse until as a last r r "Motor that Motes"
sale by Bed Cross Pharmacy. tried Electric Bitters; and I '' -- "

: say, three bottles: effected a % i
i1.t- ,aOR.A.. cure." Quick, sure cure for BRIDGEPORT MOTOR CO. Inc

If /, lssutks Thing YnlU Atop Baght plaints, general debility, female

. ItrM nesses, impoverished blood and BoUa two &14 ft.rN Port Cwtracttoa, Bridgeport, Conn. j
: < Guaranteed by Red Cross

:'l-. ; : II 4/ Price 50 cents. i F. N. HITCHCOCK CO., Agents. Titwvine,Florida .

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r thpUt h9 t ot\f.toI ck :'The bQdlQ.Cashier Gerry'heenrecovered Kr ,,Dtinick. for' clerk j'Groceries
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"';.._ ;::Aarlando'e'nexbanMng! ,., ', inctitottfon. $ ;of .s-eet;:patatoeeAr8' hrei aottGautier: for collector, regard- We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for)lapeli'Fertilizers. We deal exclusively

,.,,:_:.. tbi '",:'Qdsa' o-1'Buk.aud-'t:; : '. TrUK-v T*- O mi. bettig, shippedto.- .,t1is' .Northerp- '> i..... Bf. at. ;;.who.- their;competitors mightMt9i8tealiasgtired.this in the above lines of goods, and solicit the trade of all consumers., Write 09 for prices OB .
: :' : -- -'i! 5 rain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L.BEADY & BEO.T'rvsvu a.Fu .1
:< r4:;S':_ 1 .:aimmencedbusineeet.Sanibrd'wU1 1',{' markets from''iwlnta :flapt::,Columbia t- --.
::.>;<"'r 7 "> 1f : :'. ,:t'J.: ./ r county.'t, \ :f"J._ : : 'deal''hadaheadjr'been'made'before : ,

... ; ;: soon, Piave .new. .:bank WAGONERStaple &, C
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\: tuuon : ". -" 'ThezAFrshipnient. pineapples came
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J :: Suody and ka-be,:wanted to support Jne torsomething. Produce of ,
Jt :fiiatoe i'wi. be'.UoO: TThe S. $3.50 a.crate 'in ; ..
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:Dommerick.orange grovvnear "
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"'" >y It is probable: .that the Fiortdaa 'Bankers oat of>the:race for treasurer and that Titusville. s I or1cla.,

Orlando comprising of .
: 4 ,. sixty1 acres
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,. '- I''petitionwas.being balkedabout to
,,.. : h ..""*.,.yow.frees: ; ; ;iietted.Downer. :' fSj&OO, ) .... :' AfisoclaUQn. '.. Wilt" ;[meet- ;-With, 'the-- : : '. ;
'! have nee run i or,member of the county
I' $ki 'the:8,500'boze9'ah1pped: GeordaBwers-... ctaUo : In. ,At. .
:::..' !L t, !", school:board, and: it I would 'accept MATED CIgARS I
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; :: ._" "StateConyenticm-of:_ot'the HB", Y. that:office be could promise me, that I .
The' business men of 'West PalmBeach ,
P u tot Florida will meet in Dee '
.f/ ( :: :: ; Would'gq in with a sweeping majority

t ". -. '-,:Ig4,: >,,",.."# ..22,".and will" ;continue' .' todY have>t' for organized the'purpose 4 a merchants'asaociatio of,mutual endthat'two, : years from,now'I could The success of the San Mateo'' igar-. .

t. ::session.. through. the S3d and 24th. ."e'the "o'ffiFe'of treasurer as' Mr.
;F' r.i.Li J. sThe;:people;of Pensacola .and,vicinity'want Ranterson, only ;wanted! theomce for ,
1 campaign of advertising that is calculated of the East Coast' since the freeze
'.' :ri.t'-: : a game,,Varden.appointed for vitiI'lUit In'much' .good to the one more term, <, -


W}:': ., that: aection,.to protect. the indiscriminate He complimented me highly for my Made from the choicest growths of tnhacco that peninsula of Florida and
,, < >" _:,< city,: the Island of Cuba and with the rich leafgrow'u East '
\:-x ,''. slughtej'of'gime and fish;. ; fitness for.. the chooboard and en. can produce, wrapped silky on '
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>" : fh The ,city authorities have 'men.at. Coast plantations.: The cigar industry of the world has never produced a better art
.":.r, !<:r' ,;M. .eirort'will. be. made in feetyFz : "' ; deavored to'show me how the board idle For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by tht Union News Company ; ,
out
;$ '"'" :PiUm':Beach'to ,organ lJe a city relict 'work,' getting"all the. moss' of" the needed ine on it, On the other band on every train entering Fk>rida. Manufactured by

iii,3, _.. ., ttsaociatlon' for'.',the''purpose of air. : shade'' trees' along, : the ..streets. ;.This he.tpM,jne in view of the :agreement B. w-. BO"-r..y. =!

tf '_.. 'tematically 'looking' after the poor., Spanish gray 'moss is pretty, hangingas between. himself and the, friends of San Mateo Florida. t
; ,\. it does,.in graceful festoons from ,
Messrs. Gautler that 1
and
Rauterson
, a,J: \' ; .* OJ, .L, Hawk. former editor of the the limbs (trees, but it'plays havoc, bad ,
chance in the world of electionas
..-.;)" .::-, .:,, .. '". ,Tampa. 'HeraW: ,Ybas, 'sued' that paperfor '"1th them In time, making them:look treasurer no _, \ that

t';<.: .,>| Qqt.,which it. Ii claimed he _try4s. tike skeletons. ,All De Land people and suggested i< OF SEA ROUTES.
withdraw from
the treasurersfcipw
Mit ./: -..; ;nested in- the paper in rarions: and are'-jealous of these water oaks,, the QUEEN
,.. -., w I had, time and save myself the .
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?'i'tE-.y.4. ._:;->< < cUywa. .. prettiest and most attractive shade of-defeat .
humiliation and him the
1.?....!: >k; ::- ;One:.shipment'o|fifteen; carloads'. of trees i.:Florida; and while the moss bm8ll.ment. of voting against me.em
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waiptadefromSenford last '
' :'r .celery, ; adda to their tropical appearance, they '

ri-r ; 'Sfturday,. It required1 forty tons of ice do' and thrive, better without it-De Needless information! to say that I,, was such startled a compacthad bythe Merchants & Miners Trans. Co .

r y. properly prepare the shipments for Land Record.
'' been made,' but at once told
my
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It: :; Among the improvements going on visitor that while I was'sorry that be STEAMSHIP LINES ,

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.? in Rockledge George Gingfas' big boat
and his friends were not going to vote
i:;'> A company is being formed for the establishment is the* least -BETWEEN-
: building not for me, yet I did not propose to come

f : .:. .j erection of a hotel at .Eau. .GaMe '.to important Mr. Glngras': success' in down. I called his attention) to the BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct
:- ", accommodate one hundred people. It SAVANNAH :
{"J-: 1 building fine. motor boats and launches fact that I belonged to no faction and .

;'rt' will be an up-to-date hotel in.every re. bas brought him such a large number that I had no desire to belong to one.

: :...;:. .spect, :and it will be erected on' a of orders- that he flnda his present fa That my candidacy was In my own interest Connections for- K

&;.f :: :'-t beautiful,site,overlooking Indian river dirties entirely inadequate. The lumbar entirely and. was to be run on Washington Hew York and Boston. t

I f,: 14 an altercation Saturday night at is being placed on the ground and my merits. 'I particularly emphasized I

f ,De Soto County a mill station commodious and convenient
: s. Torrey, l'e shortly a the fact that he must remember thatso

i\ '" two'mlles south .Bowling Green, building ,will be erected over the waterin far my reputation for staying with Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations .

> between' Deputy Sheriff Waldren and which! will be installed the plant, the race to the finish was unsullied -. and cuisine unsurpassed. t

Bf4 Ji iff, 'Peeples> and, J. S. Altaian, 'Pee. tools-and machinery for the manufacture and that he as leader of one faction SEND FOR BOOKLET. 5

shot and killed bythedeputy of the iamous "Gingras built"
,plea was instantly had no more power over me 'than had .
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I H. C. VERY, Com'l Agent, Jacksonville I IJe
boats. Cocoa News.
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the leader of any other faction
!..,m; >A ,. C. VU1TJUIY, 24 Y. P. fc T.I., Y.P. tUftflfift, 0. P. A.,
!$ Congratulations are due the Live Mr. Wade H. Thomas one of our Mr. Metcalf left me then to consider -
I GENERAL OFFICES BALTIMORE MD.
:t\ Oak::Dally Democrat on the fact that progressive and hard working farmers the situation but the more I thinkof : I ai

fgethIt splendid 'paper I'now in a new l1vlngthlrteenmUes west of this it the. more. I am sure the citizens

.t'' home of its.own, planned expressly for city ,on the Jackson Bluff road, near of Dade will not stand for his agree

rF,, '. the1special, needs of a newspaper t The. the Ocklocknee' river, brought to this ment. However good, was Mr. Met- SBABCDARD.AIRLINE

:,5' ": -: Democrat> hat come to 'be one of the office yesterday a ripe watermelon. It mire intention it Is not fair play. to beslaughtered
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,* Unly'substantial papers of Florida and is not very large, but is the real thing, I for the sake of electing a EA.I )]\TAY.

,;p' its continued growth and prosperity, and is quite a curiosity in this section candidate to an entirely different of FOR i
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i:: : now asstrred;. at this time of year. Mr. Thomas says fice.I. ,

J\ ; Shipments of cigars from Tampa that. he .has a' number' of melons on also submit to the voters the question Savannah, Columbia Southern Pines, /

.'\JJ .- for the week ending April U, were hand that'wtll. 'soon be ready for. market of whether or not Mr. Metcalf or Richmond 'Washington Baltimore. t'

; "< &,025,000.Prevlouatr reported shipments The seed from which the one any other one man in the county ,

.., .; ,for the present year.'were 65,- brought in yesterday was raised were should have the power of saying who Philadelphia, New York, f
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a Tq shipments from January planted In January. South Florida had shall or who shall not be treasurer (:
:! :' 310,000. .
f/ this better look to her laurels for early this term and of promising it to some TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. \'
;t!' >. 1. to April U, year, were

i. :r,': 70,835000r Total, shipments for the watermelons.Tallahassee Capital. one else two years hence if that per SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL.i

':f. .;: corresponding period of last year were Engineer D. D. Rogers, of Daytona :ron:: will only undertake on this occasion a, I

i Y;.:,!:;;, 54,395,000.' The. Increase. of shipments bad started out to survey the routeof to.get out of the way+ MODERN' PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. {

(t;::' tor- this year: April 14, is 15,940,000. the new railroad between Daytona. For my part I do not wait one solitary .

DeLand and the St. Johns river. This vote that is not given freely. I ONLY ,LINE ; t
.&;::: :. Up, to. the. present stage of. the, sea
;1',..:'':,'0-, son'' the Bradford County Bank has I work, will consume the better part repudiate every ballot that is on the Operating Daily Through Sleepers from -ksonville to New Or.eaiit. ., .i r

f z : paid out on checks presented by.Brad ,of three weeks, or longer and much bargain and sale order. I believe in For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, 01write )
of the work will have to be gone over clean politics. If you can not vote for to t
;;;;{ : ford County strawberry growers very ..
line second or third time before it is me without knifing some friend run A. 0. MACDONELL, S. C. BCYLSTON, Jr., f.
thousand dollars
$i -close to two hundred r
Asst. General PasengerAgent,
'. : accepted by the owners of the new tying for some other office, then I appeal PassengerAgent.
season's ,
the shipping
:;. / 'The' proceeds.from JACKSONVILLE, FLA .
\ reach three hundred project. The management of the road to you to give my opponent your
will
.' ., probably 1'-
have decided on the Daytona, DeLand vote. Yours respectfully, -- I
; .; Thousand dollars.' It is this sort 50 YEARS s
the Geo. G. Currie.
and St. Johns River Railway as
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us.: of. thing, together' with an I enterprising, \ ...., EXPERIENCE
and .
-'f'f::.:'._. ,hustling citizenship,. ,that makes ) permanent name of the sew line, -- ...... -i. "',,-*-, .. ..... '.
'. that as soon as,the Daytona Stop GrumblingIf I ',,'- 17:.. <.:, 'i:'''' .) .
.: .' f Starke ono of the best towns in F Ior promise I \ t. .;...;. .... "t'' -- t.
Council grants the necessary permission suffer( from rheumatism or I pains, i ,.:'.1< ....' ..-1..':.. :" ,f'J.I ::' _:'..
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.:',:-, '. 'Iday-Starke Telegraph.- .. .' for you Ballard's Snow Liniment will bring ,'((',' ) ..; '" ."". .1 'Co (;<."."1" ; .{
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and materlals
of supplies
:; >- the ordering 1'.IJ'g'.n: .
: Last we"ek- we' met' a traveling' man will commence immediately. quick relief. It is a sure cure tor'prains, f;"" .,,.,..'iL_,.". ,},.,1..-. -...,4..\ :. .-'.." .k'1 :$; r

; :: Starke who informed us that the rheumatism, contracted musses l and all tr.,;;).; .'_ .:...." i"0": '... ffi
9 :. from, .: o .... TMADC MAMS .<
within the reach of all. Price > .Y'-
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that : ;,.. Jt!,. ;; ";" 7A... DcsiorrsCODVRIOMTI .
: at place
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.' .:: receipts for strawberries Do You love 25c, oOc, fl.OO. C. R. Smith, Tenaha, -" .l. 1
," .- would :over ?50ooo a week- Tex., writes:' "I have used Ballard' "''J ... Ac. -
: average Your baby? You wonder why he : {j { Anyone wndtnc tMcfe a 4 tfMcrMloa Bay t
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j,' : :over: ,f 5,000 a day.: There is no reason cries. Bay ,,'bottle of White's Cream Snow Liniment in my family for years <.'..;..-:<'iii:: : quickly ascertain iprohblypa&aaZtable.oar opinion free Comnaniow WBCUMT aaisv6nt4O&
Most and have found it A fine remedy for aU :J1JTIo. done atrlcttycontldent1aL TTM 4Vfftk on P t nU .
will
and be
make just as never
f'M.'f why our people could not Vermifuge cry. pains and aches. I recommend it for r.u..rllret'altP.IlPtHwldiatheL'.ed. ... .. )
I'gt.iea have worms, and the m &hel'ldon' states :aa. of ...y ota r lilt 1e.7!t a. ll1i11 is 01 ald.1 ,
thing out'D!,the same industry.here in the chest. Sold by Red Cross ,, 1 k
>:' '. )':, good a know it. White's Cream Yermifnge pains acirrt et ILec "): aCAt'I' )' I. it.

':,, } ::' would: just stmply! f be the ak1q' rids the child of worms and cleAns Piunmaey.OA.1"OR.. M-.II'.-t..-.ibcr.. "ewart.'T.'".n..,tai ar L.a.0.-;..'l1a elrakileW.are ...... 0..: SckittilicenUUon Jlltmlt. :
'. onheliiace. We'want to see ev- rut its ftyetemin a pleasanway.'Eve1 ,..Ar'.. ..\<:I ItI III.(en Pn.'ae"e.-I Qcr..," then.;
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.%. au..." '.S c."," I:\" .Mr&It."ct&I1 r. A 1wi4Jomel I1Iutr ted weekly. brnet.. ; l
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;* t. ,erj man in the house. With it. fear need Tara" y TM MA Btt,. lAth IsP 'SV.alr4. ilaelr.aeasiu. .ist fear: tour months.|L iJi4 tI.U.....,aalmea !fMUMN
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:, ; ;:put out, a crop .of, strawberries next ret er enter her mind. Price 25c.. Sold, by /J LfJ2Jry&fffiusziu liIo--It'6.' cl ..1;P'..'..rne:"'ta.1o ravmI (i 'o...a...g: 410'p.. u.,! & Co.alllmht,.New York iIIIuda

;" '..: year.-1Iacxlew Standard.f Rid Cross Pharmacy. ea.siteeI a:1i.e$Tal K. AU.CO.i..Y.atia r ...w ]

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1.Mote]-tAPthepnmary:'QIf.hstiveneelected May''dafwaaTthe. ..... .doable. header";,baeebaU, ,- taking medicines and cough. arrnps' aad. _

,;\ isymatter: ''.,It'; Will be oecesBary confect f between', Cocoa and, Daytona '":'So:" gives up in despair p_" =

w ads toe poq to ettead'to the;Rame donnk the nines.. "Both';' Were Won by Qocba: "" The cold continues to develop sad. Ae
games
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,.!l" '6:>:;: !;:;<";",-.:"(""diyoi" .. ,:.jour-iota-.-- .may.... .-becb- .'';-.- .";-':'Jor.'f-.!...-.',.i tk.=: '" the' first"game- resulting- in a score of' 17 to .-i.. cough.Then grows the doctor worse.ia iJ1e4 ts"aaly to
'. ms.:} 'Ii-'.- Iff anH the';second 10 ,to 5.; Cocoa badsstrong
: t ., :,. : ;:: : 7: :-. : M discover that th'ptoUC'Is ia &e it 4
;\ I ... Weafialh; :baveia i ; royal.vtidtor nhti nine on-the fields and out.for wild stages of coniunrptioB.

; .::,-0' fill)I.' :'accordingCrown .to'("come:of,theyeporta.The throws and poor fielding the scores,, lhave'b It Vas Just la this way tit'MD3

tW ..Eooeevell imp for sailing yachts wil kept down on:t th"eidea.., Powell, of Aurora, Jnd, became 'silt.

<. "" ., \ be; raced"'for tnutS1ptember. and.the 'iTravis pitched the first Jiau e:for Cocoa She caught a cold, and' not eoasJdwiag

,. Jtt; Prince of Germany bas ordered,a and Davis the:secOnd;Si.Hopkins.caught It serious, neglected .it, thinking aa
: both'games'for Cocoa and was all to the ,., to1 ;? many others do,that it woaM"wear o*.**- <
. _:", ,yacht., built. ;.for entry. He'wilJ t accompany :.
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. :< :*, .the.racer and. may,handle.her.him- g qd.-.V Pierre Titus came,up from' :Miami : However,weeD it clung the to ionsd few teaaetewlj her tlb
and in two
t;. '. elf. .. c\The ,Kaiser's ,eon and heir will be and umpired the game to the atiSt- iio'ofbOth'parti'e .YKY Y In a serious:'condition.'

'. f'r.: .w_ rmli.:welcomed in thll.country" t ., FortrmateJ1renmabad been brought
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,, # .."He who thinks he can.find in himself. one and the attendance was huge. this remedy before it was too late. 1

. :'W the.meanaof!: 'doing withoutBothers! is :The.:jteytona;boys: take- .their defeat ::4 In a week the cough and coil wen j '

1i:: 3. '. 'much' i8t.akeni but .he.who:thinks: that very, gracefully although, it cane rather. broken, and a three weeks' treatswafcompletely .

l: { ? others. cannot do_without him is.still more: unexpected, and they propose to get.even ti restored her to health

1 ., '. mistaken.*,.An exchange says that a merchant a little later"on. In justice'to them, it : This 1*what Peruna is, doing aH the

i..t rarely makes'the' first mistake moat be afoivedtbat: they were. at'aadvantage 'dis. : LILLIAf while. Not day,and probably not aa -;3
hour in which one doe not
some
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fiti .4 never. if he is sane, but .when;he>con.tt. :without! their captain ,Don hare passes a similar experience with Peruaa i

dudes.to curtail his'advertiaingit.isa. i i Morris; who' was detained at home on Cure the Slight Colds and AMY VCoasumptloa.

r r. sign that he is! falling into. the second.W:4 important business.' =

Jj; : The Daytona Journal mentions the : '
2rx1 V The first step toward consumption I*
::.:: 'i' 1 The height\of the vegetable_ shipping games as follows: ( ( V cold. The next step is a failure to curt

.t .,. s' season,'of lond&.i! now. on, and an average The.Daytona baseball team journeyed \' PE-RU-NA it pr mpUy. The third step is the development

t, !.;':.........,; .. of ;ooime. thirty' to forty .cars' are to Cocoa Tuesday to play two games therewith CURES I of catarrh, which gradually
j ',; '. transferred .at 'Jacksonville daily at the the club of that place. The first becomes chronic. The fourth step, the

;L :. sheds of the Southern Express company, game resulted in a victory for Cocoa by a COLDS catarrh begins to spread from the head =_

l/J!: 'i .at the.Union passenger station, where] score of 17 to 16each one making: about to tho throat then to the bronchial
AND tubes, and finally to the lungs. It is t
43:. the, shipments! are transferred for forwarding twenty, errors.: ,The second game also then consumption in the first stage.'

j. :'(::' ;:- .north. The: principal, tablei' went to Cocoa by a score of 10 to 5.. The COUGHS. At any time during the progress of ca -

k ti' moving at.present are.tomatoes. ; potatoes, locals went down without a. captain'and tarrh from the first onset of the cold to z Y

I ;' I .peppers and j eahs.c .. no shortstop and' were in no shape to its final settlement in the lungs,Peruna '
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:frLLTj Lj Ljf f r M-M play. l' How Pretty Miss; I can be relied upon to atop the disease

1'{ So ;many complaints' tale heard of The following, mention of the..game is If you have taken a cold, buy Peruna g

i.11'-0. :' campaign assessments- that, {;it is'not un taken from"the Cocoa..New: b : ti. o Powell Was .Restored I without delay. One bottle in the beginning '

.' : t likely' that :'he'oexf, legielatniemayseriously The game was closely contested from will do more good than a half

: consider the suggestion that:the to Health. dozen bottles after the catarrh' has
ifi the start and some fine playing was doneon 1
state assume the cost. of the primaries, as both sides. The score stood 17.to 16 fastened itself on the lungs. :

: .'. .it, does of the,regular elections. 'Luckily in favor of the Coc as. by Pe-ru-na. Thousands of Testlmo IaJJ.
We hare on file thousands of testimonials
Brevard will not :have the of at
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< expense
Tbe.Diytonas-as. ,fine and gentlemanly from people who hare bees
second but should Miss Lillian P9weU, Aurora,Ind.,writes:
primary tfi8'year., a team as ever graced the town-were cured of catarrh of the lungs by Peruna.We .
such have .been' the* case, as ,in 'mane the guests: of'rite'Cocoas, and after a' fine "Last spring I caught severe cold from getting my feet wet and being can,give our readers only a slight
outia the rain, and In* day I bad a most miserable cold, but I negkctedl4thinking
candidates here would
t.-: :other' counties dinner. at the Cocoa House and a' good It would soon leave me. But It bung to me for two weeks, when glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited

have* had* inst.cause? for _complaint r- i rest in the shady;. breeze-fanned. place, I felt something must be done, as my condition was serious. endorsements we are receiving every
.. '- the afternoon game was called and great "/bad heard so much about Peruna and In Its praise that bought bottle month. No other physician in the world -

,f Advices from .New 'York; state that interest taken'in. the long expected event. and began taking It regularly. was gratified to find that In a week the haa received such a yolume of enthusiastic g,'
\ cold and broken and three weeks' treatment completely restored of thanka Or. TTartmaa ;
> : fully :,90 per cent., il.not :n1 re.' rthe cough was up letters as -
The '
.' ,afternoon score stood 11 to 5 in usual healtb..LUlllUJ Powell. :
Florida tomatoes now, arriving in', that favor the < __ _my_._ __good_ ___..A_____ ...... for Peruna. "_
of Cocoas and everybody was ---:---- :---- ----- -------- ------- - - -

'market are .coming ,in green ,and the pretty well lagged. REVISED FORIULA-For a number of years requests have come to me from a multitude of grateful friends urging that Pe-ra-na .1
stores of the receivers are,,;qnite'full l of But the boys did play some fine: be given a slight laxative quality. I have been experimenting with a laxative addition for quite a length of time and now feel gratified to -:- 1
t stock that has to be held uutil {it is euf- gamesof announce to the friends of Peru na that I have incorporated such a quality in the medicine which, in my opinion can only enhance {.well "" .
ball. Freck and Coleman of the known beneficial character. '. b. B. UABTMAN, il, D. 7 !

ficiently ripened. Naturally .with the Daytona team are credited with doing

great scarcity of ripe stock ,each le.inr some' all round tiptop playing while PRIMARY AKnOUICEMEHTS ,,'p are for him and will support him for I promise a continuance of a faith.

; good demand and when attainable is Davis as pitcher and Hatter as batter for trefts-urei1 nt the primary on May 15th. ful performance of the duties of the itf'inated !

worth $375 and occasionllly as high as the Cocoas maintained His Farm office. Soliciting the eni-port of ail in the :
,' a gilt edge rep. FOR MKMBEK OF THE: SCHOOL BOARDTo primary on May 15th, e
|4 00. The general average for fancy :
FOR TAX COLLECTORTo I am very respectfully, .r
the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.
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I stock ia, from, $3.25 to |).50 and cb ice Pickpocket Cornea to Grief W. S. NORWOOD. k
the Democratic Voters of Brevard ::'1'
I respectfully announce myself a candidate County.I
from 2 25 275.,
t being | to From Yesterday's.Cocoa and Bockledge News: for member of the echool board from am a candidate for reelection to the :,f :. .

Yesterday morning deputy sheriff second district subject to the action of office of tax collector of Brevard county For
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Rev., ,. Dr MacArthur. of ,New York the approaching Democratic primary.. the action of the Democratic
Gibert bad Joe Fielding, the trainer and subject to
= says that the (generosity following the R. E Jnls. Railroad j'I.
athlete, up before Justice J. M. Sanders primary to be held May 15th, 1906. If
a L; San Francisco disaster is a severe rebuke elected I will give the duties of the office CommiscurITV
to the: "muck rake" writer The American charged,with'abstracting money from the To the Democratic Voters of Brevard G.: the same careful attention that I have in
; of one Murphy in Mot low's saloonoil the
people had been charged with being person I respectfully announce myself a candidate past.
May day.Fielding .. for member of the school: board from Respectfully,
money.mad, he said, with being top busy
I E. W. HALL.
.' denied the charge, but there the third district subject to the action of I.l
the dollar to have :
'chasing almighty any
the.Democratic primary on May 15' li.
were two witiie&eswho testified to havingseen
place,in their heart for charity and human E. B. ARNOLD FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
him take the and the court
.' sympathy. All of that has been dis money To the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.: : ;
promptly sentenced the accused to three
% proved, the large gifts by the country's FOR REPRESENTATIVE The many friends of C. Nauman announce
months in the convict
i;. richest men showing beyond dispute that camps. :To the Democratic Voters of Brevard County.I him as a candidate for county .
$ It seems that Fielding worked a sort
commissioner from the fifth district, subject ,
w they are both sympathetic and generous I hereby announce myself a? a candidate -
"", of a pickpocket paine on Murphy, at. for representative, subject to the to the decision of the Democratic

:-f tempting to lift him from the floor, by Democratic primary May 15th, 1906 I primary on May 15th, 1906. i;, I I
The Record strikes the
St. Augustine his pants'ant) in so doing took the money I will appreciate yo.ur support and if
nail right square on the head by saying! join his pocket. Fielding returned to elected will in return serve you faith- To the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.: T.&APPLEYARD J

that personalities i n'politics' are not as fully. I hf reby announce myself as candidatefor
Eau Gallie after the ball !game Tuesday Very truly ynnre, county commissioner for the fourth
common or as popular as formerly. Not See that mark ticket
evening and deputy Gibert had to take W)(. R. ROESCH. dhtrii-t, subject to the action of the Democratic you your 'I
that the world iaxrowim; better,perhaps>> like this:
the midnight train down in quest of him, primary on May 15th. '
but because indulgence therein does not ,"T. ROBIS
FOR TAX ASSESSOR A. X.
bringing him back on the early morning For Railroad Coonilssiotieni
?l. pay. Before the newspaper era, when train north. To the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.:
the only, or chief means of communication To the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.: Vote for two. I
Sheriff. Brown arrived in town shortly Having d cidPd to become a candidatefor
s with the masses was the"stump I 11I'1't'tlufft'r myself! as a candidate for T J. APPLEYARD.
sentence had been passed on Fieldnsr the office of tax assessor, I take this re-election commissioner from x

the rough tastea of rruny demanded for on the hint>r' him, hain; two method of announcing my decision to tlie the SH-uiid as district county' and will appreciatethe

'their entertainment a certain amount of additional warrants for his arrest, and people of Brevard county. My candidacyis of all Denim'rat?.
took him to Titusvilie tn face the chargesand based upon several very good reasons, support
boldness in attack and skill in defense to Kesjecrfnlly, Joiix R. MIOT.
to serve sentence already passed. which I shall endeavor to place before as
be exhibited as a part of the public show
; many of the voters as possible for me sup
now, the minds of men are mostly Weakly Weather Report.U.e.DIPAYTUNTO7 to do between now and the day for hold- To the Democratic Voters t>f Brevard County.I .

p : reached, by printers' ink',repeating and ing the primary. Sincerely and respectfully hereby announce myself a candidatefor
: AOBICULTVBK:WKATBCB :
GEO. F. EXSEV.Titnsville :: cnui.ty commissioner for 1st distridE'uI1t'.t ROBBINSQEAHAM
reiterating whatever the candidate or the : BUBKAC.JUPITEK
to the action of the Democratic

voters desire to express. Opinions may FLA., May 1.1906. Fla., March 6th, 1906. primary May 15th, 19Uti.
clash, but men seldom. And it is a good Comparative statement of temperaturesand Very trulv, <<

._ thing. rainfall .for the week ending Tuesday. To the Democratic Voters Brevard County: WM. R. WALKER. I

J906 1905 I beg leave to announce that I will bea I CO.,

f.J-",, ,Poll Tax.Qualifications Apr.25.DA.TE. MAX.76 Mil 66*. VAX.80 MIS.71 candidate for tax assessor at the next To the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.: (Incorporated. Paid up Capital $23,000.00.

:' male who *' 26. 80 63 86 71 primary election, May 15th. My past I hereby announce myself as a candidate
: Any person became 21 This owns lands
years work leads to believe that I company
:;; ";- tt 27.: 80 67 89 72 me am for county commissioner from the
f'; of age before January 1st; 1904, will Haveto '28. 82 74 88 70 qualified ,to fill the position, and I will third district subject to the action of the in the Indian River Country
'( pay one poll for each of the years 1904 29. 83 73 83 71 appreciate the support of all my friends. Democratic primary. ,on the St. Lucie River,
"se. 83 74 85 71 Yours truly, at New River, and on Biscayne -
and 1905. R. A. COXKLIXG
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Kay L 81 73 86 72 W. H. HALL. Bay.
who became 21 Total ralu&ll for the week. .0 inch.
: Any.mate person, ,yearsof
fro" : SUPERVISOR OF PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES
Departure rainfall for the week minus .71 FOB REGISTRATION .
: age after January.1st, 1904 and before
acbea. FOB COUNTY TREASURER
To the Democratic Voters of Brevard County.I .
!:; : January lit, 1905, ,will have to pay one Departure rainfall since Jan. lit, plus To the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co.: am a candidate for renomination by Send for land lilt.

,-'J l poll. ,for the year 1905. LTSinch. H. P. HAEDIH. We do not know if Treasurer John Henry the Democracy of Brevard county for the OrricxsAT.: .

t. Any male person who -came to the Official in Charge. is a candidate for reelection or not, but office of supervisor registration: If nom. TITU8YILLE AID MIAMI. .

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"' =mot, ; -:boeewwere: "'"ed. beciee lentconiarrent) :orisdictipn, and that is)impossible to+ :snytbing'alke': _ui! should be U the '
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: a t;&. :Bell"iii fc fOtih TCtO 'ti&tbiri& some of tt.esBCMet( cwld live been tried ,answer,,' in leas epie&'I heartily. :concur. !, : the best honest eonyictiod of the friends of these ," f

z: __/F -.. YooaotvTtioert'.but;.od"the in the'justice. ..'ewirtsTy I f am;nprhere to with Mr.'"Jones. __, in the, justiciof. .:bie'erpreeeidiTto : yet the an incalcolable' area. .o!, 'ono land young men la'.t;; eywll: be nominatedV. '.' ,' ,:J: K' y
in will be
r! : denyfact.. Bat the effect;that differenceinvferra world thereby ; at added by a flattering majoi ity.in the; .P-"ID&'l.7 ,:t
: bw sapposeTthese races :
:.]MtyYerlr ., ...+rom 'its / aretrue oar;
'" .! .. .... # J; > ; : c." -- --3 *- to_the resources of the state.I election May 15tb.., '1. 'v :)
.. ::;. ;.ft ma' tY."time"when. the to the record;doe that"fact alter our ..."should. lead to.' unfriendly, believe in 'upholding -the: Bookman However, they are not permitting overconfidence -" ;'::
+-o'Y eespt0'Fur[ :a7att" >:i.A"&L 1II'.uaa": ::cainty' -- position?,, :Not to the least. Our'aim' haa feeling. "This is:absolutely ,right frlhave because to make them careless, and S f.

.': J td1d. ri. to; tlr;.popid throwiieilleoOt ; been.. 'all'along'to. .&.?that ire. .can. try, never permitted myeeltto .feel an, lew; I have; been. .eonvi L.ced thatttie they urge all their friends at every,voting' V R ;}
concentration of means in be in .
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i"ith,should be these cases ea cheaply in's'coanty ,courtas noyed ..ith'aD1 one. because, they. coojd. : ;
1.lFr", : ; ; of'one well,..equipped'state until the polls' close on the event ng .f -
;+: htf 4z..the'jndgeof thin hi'a; 11'other.. Jnst because" of not snbecribe;to my viewtv, '
court Therbearmewitnees ; some qfMaylSth,
.. .. '_ _.' ,. < w" institution.of higher learning will tend .
':: :- r : them bried court I will also ,I: worked hard for ., .
\ ; 1 :: that I was could in another : isti4good .. .say that r more to the advancement of popular- ?4 <. .

...Jtgl ;i!'ttheslightest.'degree i pereona1 in> answer:to the;issue f raised.; It! is him when-. he was"- in :the 'race j.-' .for repreeentative ucation than: the diffusion.of funds in ::3iilE8ERY STOCK FOB SALE._ M
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,..;f.-: $1te.1. Oltn week,* ago'' ,nor hall I J be Buppoeed'bVjJIr. ;;.JdneiTtnat, ., .... '" the.relative: before' because I believed: be support of a 'greater, number. of inferior Cifius stock owa oa' high' pine land -_ :

*JKlwb.... .,.il\il..,...iii i this.i:aii.*.,!/fo 1'.petgoiialitieas .. cost of eases hi a justice of the- peace eugrtwoaid was right: It also.afforded'men; pleasureto institutions. .. Indian Hirer ,established I8& .t ;

';': fJft- e ponauotive. to arfair.v and:manly lw abbot $20 fo;each case., How. put forth my efforts .for bis, brother, Third-I believe in the perpetuation of Send for 'catalogue Toledo. and Vest

A.43Siv--ft- ...!>- .>- ;tot.rr-2 y.eob- iject.iSv.:J-.eerk not';to- are we to know;'that this is. correct? It John c Jones in bye race for commie the state railroad .commission because I Palm Beach: *Flu '

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f)!i '" ,topkis' it"thai the people, are not.interestI'inTeiih'erlpf .would t .prove.otherwise. .. Also,. according. now, to.be one of the'ablest young men between arbitration and thee law courts List.of Primary Candidates .

.' I ; = !! UB, personally;;but only to hie;Own: :|tatementt J26: .of'these, wereconvicted Brevard: county Lau produced Finally where the differences between the people 'Canilii'ates for state and county offices ;

; !'ifthe.':tbeme ::under .consideration UZ .. and only .three,were< acquitted.This I will say that it would"alo> :;:afford 'me and the' companies' be who have qualified, and'whose. names a
...r ialtoeecifealy call attention to thesAjtbatjHon.'W is-stnagnificentaehowing.for; thecounty pleasure to discuss this'question from,the transportation may will be printed on the official ballots'forthe ; ,
determined and regulated and
3ci r aae "H. Jonee1aoetver : court and must.evidently'' raise itone stomp if time can,be found to do so.. informally. Democratic. ;primary election to beheld .r
15th 1906 Brevard
without delay or technicality. May county, '
notch higher in the public estimation. With charity to all. Sincerely f' '
Is string as 'any that can be arrayed Fourth I believe the Florida:

.-" t every criminal knows that able 3V
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: canbe.'brought:;: .against the ; '.' of the 'old county of Brevard Railroad, Commissioners-Thomas J! ti
t.tt pmaintenance'pf the ,.e nn'are found In attorney the people will Be on'nd First. Piaea From Delray; and the,i increased jurisdiction, ,of justicesof Appleyard, Ed B. Bailey; Newton A. : .

!'hUJaw wand this is another source, '6gratification7for / toieu rthet'the-rights' of tbopublic are .J. 8.:: Sunday had the .honor of ship* tilt peace make,it expensive: and un- Blitch,'Hudson R Burr (Vote for two.) a
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::f1 if his article has proven, conserved in every trial. Abolish the ping the first batch of pineapples this Justices of the Supreme Court-Thom-
court and lose and the necM ary.. Let os' keep'np our present as L. Clarke, Chas.. B. Parkhill. James B.' .
we our ,
attorney ,.
Jacksonville
:4 it:disappointment .to the oppoeeri of the.I'ooianty" season from Delray to on splven* and prosperous condition' by cutting Whitfield. Vote for two.) ,

-, ,1-i \ court,' it .moat be attributed to forceoourrpineeotione..Irwould notUkefong" Saturday. April 21st. There, were 36 off needlees drains on the county Member of House! of Representatives. t

.t thisVweakness:'of the cause. heeepbneee oroffendera.to: discover the crates of the Red .Spanish variety, and treasury. Wade Ha Jones, Wm. R. Koeech. MI

.;i':. ".and'loot'to*."'the. "man:..behind the gun.*'. fact.that ins, justicecourt. there would be they brought $3 50 a crate net.Tiierdfe Fifth-I believethe"Moegnito Lagoonaw" County'Assessor of Taxes-Geo.F. Ensey. '"- c j
JM".Ii. ) ,should be amended eo as to exclude W. H.-HalL 4
to against them and the
-l)The]leader will Die that not one of thefiitslsubmitted oo one ,'appear ; all waters south of the north line of Erev County Tai Collector-E." Hall. ; Y

i ; have been disbroven, pleas:,of guilty ,entered .in the. county.. Inranaee and county because it infringes the political County TreasnrVr-John Henry. .4 V

!;;vforVa. "supposition..cannot'be accepted asi' court, ,would,,,,. ,:sot... 'duplicated. in ajusticescull Muddle: has started the public think- integrity gf Brevard county' and engenders Supervisor of Registration-W. S. Nor't '
a: for"there. would be'no\ incentive, to ing. The wonderful success that has confusion of legal jurisdiction. wood. V .ttt
a fact Itia etill.,t..tbat.t. e county do so.The, probabilities 'are- ;'that they met Ballard's Horehound Syrup .in'its believe that the state primary' law County Commissioners-Diet No., 4' ,
7 g \, 'CoanU..t143.34 ,to the good; it is still crusade on coughs, influenza, bronchitis should be amended, also so as to allow Mank. Dist.No.2. John R. Miot DiaL ,
'r:1 J :true:that)lie."civil t.elder of the court (a would do the opposite" employ an attorney and all olm nary troobleshas started women to become'(andulates T for office, No. 3. R. A.Conklinjr. Dift No. 4, T.

k .."phase. 'of. "beneflcsnt county would have to pay) and fight preparation. They are all uaeing it Join and I am satisfied that an infusion of the Chas H. Nanmau.Board *
.o ;.touch) 'renders the :court a : bitter the procession and down with sickness. purity of womanhood into the principle Public Instruction! -Diet. No.
-i'f. inetituUon'f to_the poor,man who desires their Case;to the end. Instead' of Price ,25c, 50c and 100. Sold by Red of office holding would add to the dignityand 1, blank. DisL No. 2. R. E. Mims.-

"," .. zto. ',:"void the',' 'cost and delays'. of the 26:convictions we might have 26 acquit- Cross Pharmacy. cleanness of the public service. Dist.No., E. B. Arnold. v' .

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: 1 -recommend our readers t6 send for'a Sample Bottle: LEST YOU FORGET,-WRITE TODAY,

i and,.Convincing ,Testimonials of its Marvelous reCuperativeand curative properties, .tOgetber'with-&D
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'TRIALBOTTLE, of ,0zomulsion Health-Food-Tonic will be.sent you at once absolutely free by t"il.

,A f.dras'yoW': letter,or postal; card to Ozomulsion Co..,,98 Pine Street, New:York ; .

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.STRANGE CAVE-IN. '
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:J : ,, '..uua.. :Burial t'qe. l"". 'UyWIlMK (Times-Union,) has succeeded in persuading Andrew: \ ,
't :J\if::' J to Sou 7 :Ike SloM.In While no one In,this section lias re ,CarnegIe ,to give the university a fine.
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I Rt, an,open letter on "the crying need ported that any earthquake shock has new library building. Mr. Carnegie Fertilizers.4
4 of the country." addressed to SecretaryWttsoi been felt. here there has been an occurrence .
fa ., agrees to give $40,000 for the building
'm .. .Wffllam'Bonodi, editor of the along the river bank in Riv '
as soon as the university raises
If;:: National Advertiaersays it is becom-, ersMe 'suburb that leads some to be Y

i., ,- i lqmore'and more, an acknowledged. lleve that it was the result of something another $40,000' as an endowment fund HIGHEST GRADE (
t' '".>.",. tmthT'that tleprosperlty of the world, for the support of the library. As .
i' of the kind.For .
t," : '-depends.Upon,successful farming Mrs.- Stetson has declared her Inten- BEST CROPS s
.tt ;.. "It is mj earnest hope," he telli the some,time a dredge has been dt tion of carrying out 'Mr.& Stetson's
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. ;; ?:'. ,. secretary of agriculture, "that ,you work filling.in back of the stone wall wishes regarding his $1( O.OOO gift,tothe LARGEST RETURNS r
/ even if, you,should not be your own being constructed along the river frontin
university it seems certain that
J ip.', sacceseor, will get the' credit doe to Riverside. Thursday morning, when
the will secured.
,.',.'-. "" ." the pioneer in a great movement which the dredge was ready to begin work new library, sooon Perfect Safety in their use. Send to the nearest
, :; luu u its ilogan. 'Back to the farm."* -Stetscn Collegiate. for circulars and ;
the discovery was made that a large agent price list showing dangers. of
He aayi that the of .
, its x tendency popuUition'to '
flock to the already, congested portion of the bank,of the river: bad Have you weakness of any kind- I using acid materials on our light, sandy soil and

cities to menace to the prosperity of disappeared and that a large hole is ,tomac'bblck, or any organs of the S how great losses were made by farmers last year

A.mertea. u It,Is to that England, now located directly under the walL body?Di n't dope yonrolf ordinary medirinc. the .-
throughout state.
Hnlliflt-rV Mountain Tea isthfMij.rcmecnrativeix
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and goes on: The hole is so large, and it has appeared '
>wer 35cente, Tea
"la this new country, however there in such a mysterious manner or Tablets. A"k your druggist AGENTS -
4-' baa really been more reason for this that no one can account for it. )i :
'Influx Into the-Iupr centers of population '
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The wall is made of concrete or artificial
3' than there has been In England. E. L.BRADY & BRO., Titusville '
stone, and is of such'strength
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Much of the brain and nerve power Chamberlain'sCough
which Is so great 'a..force In the cities that.it_ has not broken or settled but JOS. PAXTON, Rockledge r

y ?. of this country was originally nurturd stretches across the.hole, as a bridge. J. M. SANDERS tR. Cocoa
en the farm. Of such large extent is the hole that
E. MIME Bonaventure ( 4
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the farms need-to retain much of that ing in, bas stopped work, as it appearsat S. Merritt
same ability which it bAa heretofore p E.k 4Ljh'
this time to be useless to attemptto
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fill the hole. It is located about
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1od'In
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two blocks beyond the end of King \ l? ,. W a W u
which the farmer should be nnivirsal- N W W u W W
' 'r ly recognized as the king among the street, although the streets have not d

i workers who) bring benefit to.mankind, yet been opened through to the river

i The young man and the young'woman Jiie 1

will'find profitable as well as pleas- For Over Sixty! Tears.. .

urable to stick to the farms or to leave Mrs. Windows' & thing Symp ha. S. K. WATTSLadies' 1.t 1.
', the crowded cities for the country, been need for over sixty year? by milliouc Remedy
where one with small capital may of mothers for their children while teething
more easily secure credit: and a com-: with perfect PIICCCSB. It soothes the Tl\3 Chi!::'en's Favorite .
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potency and can have in these days gums FurnishingsDRY
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3- ,better as to' the right cures wind colic, and is the beet remedy
opportunities for diarrhoea. It will the poo't Yy I
: relieve .l )Cpjng Cough.
kind of social life than that which is NOTioNS'' ,
litileeniererimmediately.. Sold hy drug .Tiii- i concomitant .with limited means in girts i in every part of the world. Twenty .l.r..I'..''(* .ii. I >., ciuliieJ world. It canaiva -
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the dty., >> ) < -I-|) -! >il i>:mu it (contain no
five rents ahottle. Be sure and ak for .' '-'irtr hnrsfal drug and may be Boots Shoes, Stationery, .Novelties, Etc.
.. "The superiority of .country life in "Mrs. Winalow's Soothing Syrup," and ,*gvv9iii.d.:.;.'riit!> to Iwvhy as to an ivnaB <.
,, 'relation to the raising of families will tike'}o other kind ; Price' 125 cv; Large Size, 50 eta. Eau Gallie Florida kk

; be recognized by all thoughtful people, wsniiowonw I
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g and better than the pleasure which the.
city affords."' r_ For Infanta.and Children REGAL

If log Don't, Tk Hii rot Han Atop iNgtt
Succeed the first time fro Heroine and
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a liver regulator. A positive cure for constipation S--f Marine
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.a all liver complaints. Mr C-., nf Emory;'
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;,; i;.,. and years malaria It is,fever a sure, which cure for is connflt mbHantiatd ipstinn- EAST. COAST MEAT MARKET Four Cycle, Jump Spark Ignition, Automobile TypeHave t

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} l Florida and motor. Our valves insure perfect mixture. Ignition system is like an automobile. and i '
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;0r'''. WesternMeats "THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT." jOur i .
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,J;=' the land are i Dr. King'fl New' Life Pill*. Made in three types, I 1-2, 3 and 5 h. p. single cylinder ; 8 to IS h. p. double '
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t ilOe Orarrko deelare'.ibeIrbp; I!to the r wIt find the e=:Tablets 'to"'.;be jort.what I '

: 114 oeRattisRtioa oftbeDeaaOeratlci' 01. VINE- =MkRVELbp you need.- For sale by Bed Crow Phann-; b -' 11 LIi Iayr.oainse
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':1>;ef less,thsn'tei dAy before such Lord. In Person.. ltD:. port undergoing=repair'and being -perfectxemedyforCoMlpa- .

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eleeto; pledge in;:wrting np- ofCancei'; made .ready to,transport the pineapple, t
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.1' .. an;:inspector, his honor,to x I-". crop to .this: port"for crating and shipping Worms.Convulstonsjeverish- 1I i For Over ?
; .. lwde, ,b7aod'b t ithe result of such prlo: awlLOSS OF SlEEE' i
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.j:% y and vote for the nominees thereot HOW HE:EinJTJEED: AWFUL;AGOHYJETp ; North. it Lb'saId'the'Jie1'- } pto. .i
:;{rt\ .C elector qualified:to rote in said pri.rf apple crop: is larger:'thi Jsea8oa' than Vac Stnile Signature ofNEWYOHK. : t .t
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a detAioaab11 ,have the right to.vote :
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,&Oa e4atididatsforepi'eaents' iv in Congress Given: ; .Attcv:TwelTe' Tears'of- 7' Snf crates.will be handled' ,The crop will Thirty .
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Ttro candidates for Justices of Supreme. teriis.: o. S. Bllleca of ZlonPa .> $_
4cour1 for term ofsix r&c.p., begin moving about the'first of, next
a..Two.candidates forBailroad C :mm18B r oners. vISe, 'Ba pp.iu>ed IB Palpltait. month--Miami Metropolis.

v-<'a One:candidate.. member. of State Execni4 : .Told. .;of.HI* Car. .<-Sald Ko_Miu.111fealtbier
:\ ,,Y o Committee .,. ,' .. < ..
.o" "' ? Thu' Be Ia.i J8ii: candidates for members of County Ex- "" 'O'AS'1'ORXA.Bfiiahii..iio BIII0RIA
'puttva(Committee, one'from*.eaeh 'commis-' : V ; Ylio Ilan i
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'fJP.f1 ai nen. district.and one from the county pulpit after. a, long. .illness : i ucr.coplroy'wrliJlppee. t ,
:+1ar ,',&D4-ODe.caDdidatefrom;: .each of the ; duringrwhlch, Jt.was expected he tI' ; __ e _

S following. ounty offices:- would 'die from Cancer, the ReT.O..'s. .., ." KtMroreti..Neorr.Nr.iw,9mI rtrFiOr1a "
\1.FOi Member House of Representatives.. 0'.
Hillegas, a reputable,_and highly re- .
i'ForTaxCollectoi.' Mennonite ,_ __ 2. .', : .' _
J.j Fot Taj Aaeaaor, fpected mfn1ster'of Zions- r
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Treasurer rUle, twelve miles from Allentown, Pa.,
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;.fi! 1f1.,!.].AoQetinty,,'. : ....,. ."(bmuniesioner,.11> r District.. j tNo:NO 2.1. to a_ dispatch;'from rAlIentowu,,;Pa.<; to

., '. '.. .:u": ...., ". No .>.>. the.New. York American, that he'had East Coast Railway. i.
'" ,.'< ." "N 0 4. been cured by divine healing. .
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ar ; .k lTor:Member. Board of Public. Instruction, him from' the pulpit, is dramatic 'story 19 O&
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"" of a divine'miracle lathe twentieth .
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-.: ': %fr For Memberi0f Board, Public Instruction, jr ;:
"1 :District No 2. J \ century, Hiaca3e had attracted wide ,SOUTII. OUND-READ DOWN .- NORTiI.BOU DEAD UP
Yl o *'For Member of Board tPUbu Instruction I Attention he. .
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by the doctors' doomed to a period "
'=r t- i:Each 'one candidate > NsS9 N3. 2J! .\TIQXS.. 'No:7S' l .98
'' jbs1D: his resp ectriveisvtroieett' of lingering, Incurable agony. and then ,: WHEN YOU SHOOT Gail 11.11, ,Osity DIIIJIS

i'f.; /:1J..J'or.Jnsttee of the ;Peace. horrible death. His fate was regarded. 0pm 920am LvJaek90U"m ._-=--\.r 7 25pm 8 M6m

.. :i: }.FurConstable.! ai even worse. than'Dr.,Harper's. f Yon want HIT what yon Are aiming atAbe 6 081m Siam ," ___...soutbJacli: :1VmC..J,7 717pm 84iam ,'
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't.i assessed it bird beast or ':u-et. Make 7 tJpm 1040am --St. AI1J'I1 tine 15pm
'foliodcandidates are as Here is his story as, he told'It to his shots your 7lwpln 11 U8.m to___._...llastlnn___....._.. '! s.Jr.m 4am
\:; must ,be paid large congregation: count by shooting the STEVENS. 8 OKpm) 113.am ......__..._..__EIt Pa.ll4tkn.____..._......_." 5 20pm 6 SOam '

:;*:* ;:to the Secty and Treasurer of this committee, "I 'was healed of' that terrible disease earned For 41 off year PREMIER STEVENS HONORS ARMS have AC 831pm 12 Wm ':r............_....._.1'alntka?._..____ i 'ipm 6 aJam
>.y on or before April 21st, 1906, each candidate .' 74pn Il 10em Lv_...... I'atatka..___..__..._Ar 3 4Zpra 66.am '
CURACY. Our line
::2'"- ;lilorthece: >> of cancer,by personal'action of divine : 921n1 ____ Ar ...._ .._.:..San Dfaho.._._.__.Lv ....._...._.. b 15amb '
t_ i Member of House of Bepresentativea--.$25.00 Providence., I was afflicted for Rides ...._....._ I laam; Lv.............._ f\tl Marco _. __._--Ar 9 2.5pm... --

,- u *,Tax Collector;;________.._*..__._...___75.00 twelve years. I had fortytworcancers. U Shotguns, PistolsAsk t IMpm 12 33pm Lv..._..............._liuanelli.....:_...__......_LY 4 5 3li&m ; >'
i4 \Tax .Assessor______...-.--........-..75.00 9l1pm 1240pm ____.__Dupont-_.--..:..._ 42fpm 5 30am '
k \County Treasurer_........-.-.;._...;......25.00 on. my tongue, one on the inside. ofmylip your Dealer insist Scad 4 cts.la kUmptf 9 4:5pm 11:1pm .. __.:.._....._.._ Ormond._.._....._......_ 3 IPD1. 5 War ;
one eye was swollen shut and on the STEVENS. T uo page Catalog 100'pm 21pm _.__..._......._ Layton ___.__." 3 4"pm 4 48an1013pm
:9tT: Supervisor of Begioration10.00t If you caanot ol.tain of complete!!> _._..._ ._...
i!! (CountyCommissioners ; 5.00 my right'eu was affected. ship list, tx- raluabkbonkof..(rr. 10 3-ipI:1 2 o.pmr....__.____.Xe\V' myrnL-.._.__ ." 31Z-pm 41 am .
Member Board of Public Instruction-.. 5.00 trill f''fait', inv.n ea e for present cad .
-"For devil tormented ___.__ ____ :
; yearsrthe me re.'t'fcat'.4- ro,,<>e-he siinoters. 1110amIlpm Lake li.lcn v 1 CUpm 615pm 4.112Sam .
.:. : The following aesotetits are made on the through the/doctors: ) physicianssaid 4 5.: )pm Arf-...._...:.-. Orange Clty___..._.:_.:.1L" 1250pm Ii W.m '}
"f i'4 year connlytoificiils, .who 'are;not voted ?( TTfcf [Beautiful thr t.tor atthie primary election,. to help defray it was onJr question of time be forwarded for 10 cents in ttamps. l0 4bpm _210pm L..._..._....._New Smrrua. .t r S o.i"m 4 0.rem t: '.
the expensca-of the election,.owing to the until would die. ",Then I:gave them 1110flm 46nm ..__....._t this 11111....._....... .........Lv 2 1:1PM 3 U'.Am f .4
offices be voted for and J. Stevens' Arms & Tool Co. 11 iiI pm 31Spm .\r......_..__...._ T1nst'lIc___._.._ 2 (i'n 3 ('u i .
4 limited number to ,and to God in to
aeesment.we, .we trust; we that in fairness theseawessmente come ;to' /my' relief. He answered, by .P.o. Box: 09' 630pm 115.n1 L\'f____..__ !>'anfonL....._...._..' ;._."iLV 5 Wpm 1110amIt 1.
'lii.J: know'be would help L\__ _____ -Ir USpm :i i lu.m }
: letting me, ; me MASs. 5tpm 316pn -T1u-T1lle 1
will be paid. and weekS C2ICOFEK FALLS, ,U.S.A. 12 Slam 31)1I'm ....__...._........_.<:t'COR... ..._.__...___I.v 121pm 2 2 am1231am ,
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'L. Y 'Clerk of Circuit. Court._.._.__.____120.00 in a few he me. li4f1m __._.._..__.Iol'kl'ljtc_._.....____ .. 12"p.i 21winI :
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? :.Sb' '._' _________________..__..20.00 "God's action' In my ,behalf'' was,'am Oam: 4 2'pm ...._......_...._..F.1I1 i tt.e. _..__.__..._..,.. 1247pm 4iaI:1 \'
<.& County.:; Judge_._ ..._..._.._.__..___10.00 he 11:1a.m: 4 ::OJpm __._ __It'lbourne_.,__.........__ 12 87pm 1 7r.m t .
;' __ .___..... _._..10.00 great,a, miracle, as any ever,per 1 :ram ;b 1opm .. w._.._....__.Aciwstlan.....,....-....... 11 r.n 121.?:!fit ;,
1': ;County Attorney.- __. ___.__..__.." ,
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formed. No man la more healthy than 2 4Sam r. Wpm St LurIe i0 : 1 S
&::1 i. Supt of Public Instruction......._____15-00 Sunstine in 3 O'io.m nl'm .. ..............?.......rort I.lercc._._............._ Fi t 115yn t
Each candidate will file with the amount I am now.. your S SOam 6 IIiI'm .___ .__.._Jlthtlls_.__.__ la Jii1r.1 11 :7pts 0 i33'ilm
assessment his to have his "!be awful disease had taken a fast 6 4l'm _____..Eden _.............__._... U l:am 11 tm.340am .
:q. of his application 64tpm; ....__.....__...J e men __...__. 10 \RII1J:1 11 [:! .ii351am ,
!: name placed ou the official ballot. bold on'm The doctor did all he Home liir.m _..._.......... I"tnarl __......._.__.f IOWam lo.cpri .; '.
i h'" The-inspectors'for said primary election, could, and I gave' him all 'the praise 4 2Oam 7 :l.pm ___ Hobe Sound ____ !9 Slam 10 Z'i'I'1
-ice r for.the' different election districts will be 440em 7 Opm .__._._...;.....We-1Jcpller........._....._...." 91"111 10 (1.'p x ,,
.appointed,rta, future ,meeting of this com- possible, but his, treatment was tor 515am>> nlm ....._.....__._fcat aim lleacl1 _.___._" Ii ';Cam t I ;?:; .;.. j
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and will"be published as far in adVance ment/: for me. I-pitied my :wife that assured 54tam 84pm JGrynton 8 Zhm Cltn
nmee, Fifty-two times .
: a year Iiam>> 81)O.m _._. ...__,_ J1e1rllY__ __'_ ll.lm: /j iiCj.I:1. fs
EM: of the election piusible.: she had to be around meI 'thought I 4Sam 94.lpm .. __,.__Fort l.aIdcrdalc._'._....._. ; 2"nl: 7'"I\f.1. ;
.-i.r .The committee will meet on May 21st would never. talk again; .I was' half to you if you 6 iam 9 lil'In .. __..._. ..........._ .. 1J1UD 7 56pLr :' S718m
1 "- '1906, at the CourtHouse, in Titusville.-to 9 Xl'Il .". ____lallandale... .__._...__ j O"IUl 7 l.eta .. .; j
"' the returns of sail primary election, dead. 7 gsm+ 10 2I'ry'Jl .. __.___...Letann ('!tr.___-- G 4atrn: 71'x'!1 ; s
canvass of. and for such "I tried to struggle through 7 5rhtm 10 ooll11 !.r..____._.fflf\I ____.__IT Ii :aatn 7& ..11.. "
Wf and declare the result then that my. READ 'l1u SUNThat roRm .. ..___.. 1..! ....._...._....__ .. ,Hsrel___.____ I.\rl..__.__ 0:1'.1 .,,
?: other business as may .be nece&sary at agony. I rolled on the floor. I did not 10 30amP ... 1r,.._.._.____..." t eay..v. I_..._.._.. -: :',i"'. ,
A. time t to talk in the house. No
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Chairman.Secty '
TH08. H.SANDERS, .
I ; .; one can tor an instant realize what I nt?-tl'arlnrCersontrse:3nnds. rnffct Slccnj Cars: on train- f.r\>\ ."-. a
'i' T. J. COCUSUT'J' illustrated weekly'paper : "_ 'r
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.<.i};, '. and Treasurer, Titusville, Fla. suffered. I wanted to die since mytorture' =- = -:-: ,.,.
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,4 was so great that I could not printed in Jacksonville. and I ,I .. .. Fii.24. ;. ,
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B.S.um CLERKS read the word of God. published everywhere.A. and DaIII ."yqva7CfiA6it. Da r ily'lio.23 and i1.', .
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tl'i v Pp The doctor got on my track. He S I. Dally I S E:.. Daily\ Dally S 1 ,Dat.,I I..a..j D;;iffy I iia}' t "

1} a primary Election May 15th, 1006 sent me' letter after letter and came _.__ t. *::

.x" LaGrange-W. W. Ballard, L. K. Myers. after me. He even threatened to have 95np U'p!\5t'P! 20Jp: I 1Gv'a 1 Lv__ Tar ()n.me.Ar i 0'J! IJ-Irmlti.p!' 6 rvJov 1 t-* ;;
iGarlner Inspectors G. B. Johnson K. Taylor 9C,4p G,2y! 51kp 20-p'IOOhftJ"; ,.....South-'nefe-onvlife- f:; :31( 832a: 12.:>j j 11.1
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..3 Geo. .,"! me arrested If I didn't let him finish his 103"1' 721pt5S .p' 24-ip losia _.._.i-J.i>lsrh......_" t2-M{ ti'1'v"p'' S'e'hj84Cp| 1-' 1'
J.t!: Clerk. 10:: .._.Mlsvtic i .. h..._to' 75' :? 5 9.;-'. '
P. 3. treatment.. I pleaded with him to let I' 72'P. 5.rV; 241.10-1'/1 >-! <: 6n r.f; AX: 4
-1i. ; TitusvilleF.H..' Bore, L.A. Brady IQSOp 74JH filup 300i| UtfM Ar...............:.i.tTpufI ....H..Lv';O'.i 7 i'-J m:*.;,; 5'l fcCCpPENINSULAS I't..
; Hall,Inspectors; J. P.Wilson, Clerk. me alone. 1Iak. the cartoons and all the ---- f

'Y r City PoiD -B.F. Beal J.J. Chance ClerL,. J. D. "I said I would put my case in 'the AND OCCIDENTAL: \ STE4JISIIIP CO ECTl I ;ST: !: .UlI. i4V f:}
W-OB.Shvpe, other
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bands of the Lord. 1 waited on the ,
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e .Bock1edg -J.P.: .Cooper J. )[. Sanders, > KMH P IV HH i MM '
H. 8. Williams g1e Inspectors. ; E. C. Johnson. Lord. I repeated to him Matthew Close Connection 5ladc"at. Mismi with Steszsliips of the P. & 0. S. S. Cospany fr 1 .:.

Clerk. eighth chapter, second and third verses: i

p'e Eau Gallie-J'SnelU'Inspectors E. )[. Hodgson; Alex Near Joo.Clerk.Hons- 'And behold, there came a leper and Claude L'EngleIn Havana and !Key Wet >Vfi':. 1

toMelbon : Jl Odin, J. M. Minor, C. T. worshiped him, saying, "Lord, If'thou rte {.

''p McBride, Inspeotorsj;' .C.:: J. ;F. .Campbell, wilt, thou cant make me clean." And Two Sailing Each Week.I 6 i

,. .' Jesus put forth his hand and touched pungent editorial paragraph'
MJlabaUw.- Arnold F. W. Comstock Trains L' charge Pc5Peers: at Ship's: Site f.'o'Tr-.r-i'-r*, 'f f\
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"I will be thou clean. after that
F. A. Drake, him, saying ; looks the things ,
W. Washburn Inspectors; #
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lfeI .. < And immediately his .leprosy was These Time Tables she**tli; >?tI:' s Pt u r.ct :- irlsusyr expcrifd t '. rru-f'..h' (.;i.... r
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Clert ,: rOeorgianaC. 'Provoei' E'BL Carter. need attention.. fro:!! tae several :.r Uon?. l'.ct the -riivri.. .;: c f,-! artnrc et tIE:(j'I-.' ':.' -' v;'!!! '. l. .
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P. H. Wittfield. Jnspectow; "Again and again I repeated the ap- -- f'f
Clerk* .' Per Co-y of the LOvAL JU\K CARn n- !t5er : .y. ,..... .. f 14
the to the Lord. I got so WARM BRIGHT FACINATINGLT .
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Merritt-J. B- Reed. J. D.Sams, T. S. .
,dare,.Inepaetorr5 D. St. C.Nesbitt, Clerk. CLEVEBTkats '" ttcpp: THC "f'C"E.I. ti'' ,_"" .".."..JT v. L.%5 : !!l

( Wilson, W.C. PetersonttBenecke ., :
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Y w\BaDf&J-B. B.Stewart; W.J. Bagan Clerk.C. L : you pay. to.read- 7 this j paper you !s1
l Stewart Inspecrors;C. H. Casper
; named by myaeif New can read THE SUN too, .
officers were Discwery
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Fruit and
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the
:.::_ :Ja persona II none although of' this day set.for oNSU11P 1A 4 Met WITHOUT EXTRA, :EXPENSS.' General Farming? If so, subscribe for the..*........ ; t='

.,., :the meeting npatike8 of the J committee.her nwdon If aa I.it.waa haves FOR OUGHISM ,Me ft..00 FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER. f '{
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| ,f:|I0' W:# ]WI.&r,80D.-: 'Golden" ., Auchorr. ',.. .0': $ i $10 to($18, : .;..r..
Tuesday 'UU"fJ'/-'a1eo i. -' >.... Ifl i etbr"alt.I;etiited MrT.Uphamof; Waukegan,':tiL't left on '

Jt*:-their',homes"in felumbusjO., Tues-! ',Tuesday*loi{that intereetingcity: Mr.: .., i SCHWAB CLOTHING CO. YC

,;, POmp ,' spd ie Aa tPl aed lnth hli di: .Ron 1''it.....'!if. "';.*,.tt;:j.'"';""
,, day,. v;John.._ G/BIack. preachedg ""
n- "" -- c. ; friends the past
a ol aDd'"emlll tk.a. goodl7 ogle':, 'season. 10 :$. 'r'aU'l a. -i -: .:
3r Baplyday afteraoes: and evwIng';foe ,-especially- In tb8-eenlng,:friends :,Mf. John ;B. Lee'a elegant new\:homeon (

y'a odciket wftbeseoldbiidee'- c6rotngtrom. 'DIxons.and. Coditeuay." .. -' &f. ., New;Haven'Ave.J ia' almost: omll|;leted. KNOB, STETSON''and S i 3
tt s wise"at Mow'C.' Hwrea' for '" o"J.'i Oo>8a-ardtbere',was quite, -o a large' The carpenters; -Messrs.0 Bal, Merriweatber HOUSEIIIIATS '
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f e6etisAi"thexch'rcb'.e61eti.fato party;"that:1" jef t::our "YP Itvillage,.forth'eir and':family, have returned to ,_ -

4 lave a'ikew.coal of jint. t ; tiathem. humee..f'MntrlatneaCraw, their homes at Fort Pierce,. Mr:Robert. $1.50 to $5 -;
"\J* "= -- eon going .back. to .his home in Illinois! rte ,
''i Bbodob ford nd granddanghterfMiss, Florence D r
: Mr4 ;ti o srbmect in"P! .
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Mr; Lee will close) the forth
summer -
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ey e =for:iarah, free delivenateeas=intoirtiTveediiiedidtEita ShepberdMre yBisckman; 'and friend, I EDVyiNCLAPP'SandCROSSE1TS f

Mai Miae;Bow,;Olio Mr,.:and,, ,.Mrs.. ;Wm. /Gotti6iiltbeii'dirig months:. ,'I FINE NlO. Jt :_
4 ., .tookyh1tuotret1b roadaandWedne dal > ter.\MI'I.'); 41Fil1iiaoeoQ;:. Mr' Cb'as. R: Faran of Cinrinnatf, 33 o to e6. P' "f-_:.

4 /droTefbim>to,Shllob >DdCliAoo"Mr.Bhodet and two,.little" :o. t,"Vid u', and,. Rena; all who, sensual, has been among the pleasant SCHLOSS BROS.' CO

't = go /. to Defend' .. from hereof. ,| .f foi!ScTMtbri;,Pa. "* .;.);ff '..'' 5- guests of Hotel Carleton 1&11'wiotr., Fin.WU..WI o*- :; tv. ...
*--; --l TJ -: '-- >j*Ji-"- > < & left Tuesday for north. Mr. "QUEEN QUALITY"Fine
'J points Faran ,
The school -
doringexerdsrtidljlpi were 'S S
OEOBGIAXA.JyMJV .. owns:valuable real estate in this section, Shoes for Ladles "
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held;?!T6uirfayna4ernoon: and7three p; '
,pflies'vteregivenbythe'fiaeteea'Mieaszar : ]! and"Mrs.Joe.Canatiof Indianola and he tames,every'winter to enjoy per .. $2.60 to $3.50 'Si

? 'Magpie all std:3jtoea G od R'Ilr ,, 'were..' .in 'town. .a. short" ;lime on' Sunday balmy Indian river" climate, and,"Oh! ====' 3f=tf.

'Fred; Hatdi vronkths pefsea+jiditr-0rra! *' :=H'& the big,fish,he,gets. These brands are rccoKPUcd leaden ha ityl,fit and flalih. Bold only by teadmTBELAKGEST
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' the eannnaJ school picnic and Miss Bradley -' .t Mrizra; Simmons'went to tbe.beachlsat ; x .Mrs., Theo;: ,)L,Weiss, of .Indianapolis! UP-TO-IiATE CLOTHING .
} : GOOSE ON KA8T CXIAST OF FLORIDA ,
4 remained lOTOrSanday} ii 1 day .wJth5tb! Cfaroilyrof; A; B. and Miss Emma Spangler, of' :Merchants-

z' 3 ;Many>.ofj ir.'r t eaden will be inuregv Carter.Mr&vA.: .\ .. .-. ville,'N. J.,' two charming, guests of the Complete line of everything that men and boys wear

'tom "i.r ed Ming:of the marriage" of Mrs. M.:A. L. :Bruner has been quite .Carleton;.went Hung. \ with Mr. Chas. R. \Vesell, the best that money can bay .

4f Norwood, tot R.iE.- Wiehart, to Ala, serioioaif 'ill the .last7(few..days but'h better Faran one day last week. The two ladies I All goods marked in plain figures, strictly one price to all "
'kt caught fifty pounds of fine troD and we,
'Saturday lprj!':!8th.. Mr. Wiahartiaa atpreeent Writing:; : '
# ', have no record of all the fish Mr. Faran ORDERS
nT8:EL A, SPEOX.&XTyJAMESPRITCHARD
r ,turpentine operator: Ehren6n the The weather is,, 'delightful but the
: has ca C1it. If we tried to tell it we .
U wei&oastJThey;:b rl thetbeet wishes artesian -
groves-that;;:jure. without water .
think eouie
would it "fish
:was a
' of'Mr.: Wishart old"friends iiad neigh- are beginning to call for'.rain.Mr say President.' W.M.BEOWN,-PresSdeat
story. WINSTON 8.BEANNING. Cashier
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L bore. ;. and' Mrs. Ezra :.Simmona left for -

0o !;f Kenosha Wis., on Thursday. ,We will Had aGIoM Call BANK
INDIAN RIVER
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.r O ; < .. 0 <' be glad to tee them next fall.. "A dangerous surgical operation, in-
(Chandler Arteaia : -w: volving the removal of ,
::Mr. ;of. was iniCanteral Mrs., .Arthur Semi from Eau a malignant ulcer '
TM' : came up as large as. hand, from dal1 hter'p COUNTY
,Friday. > my my DEPOSITOR'Y: _
{ Gallie. bh'TuMday'aod. ., her mother Mrs. hip, was prevented by application of Authorized Capital._________.$100,000.00 ,
Mrs'J rcJ, ':ThompeonLoiiteda at the Al I Carter ;returned, with ,ber for a few BOCtl o'a 'Arnica Salve," aaya A. C. Paid up Capital-_______$ 25,000.00 -
8&wrd Y ,;nickel of W. Va. "Pereistent __ _.
lighthouse, ; day! .visit : Miletna Avenge Deposits---- $200,000.00TBAN8ACTS
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> 0; t1ae"of the salve conipleinly cured it.
r\\m Mr.' Oa.ri Knight,,of:Jupiter is visiting Uncle and :Auntie Hughes,* J.'W. Brn Cures ('Ot.8. burns and it juries.\ 25.centsa > A .

M .his,' "brother Toni- sit.. ,the. "lighthouse. ner and Miss Winnie Dixon: Kent up on ,Red Cross Pharmacy. General Banking Business. .
;:-Mrs.Jeffords and the Hall boat to the base hall at ,
Si; ? .. daughter was ,the see game Largest and Oldest k
Sfcm' '!' ;greet of Mrs.'L.A. Mackenzie' at Bright, Cocoa, May day. HOTICE TO COHTRACTORS Bank on the Hirer. k 9

eidey- ; 'Monday u evening.. Mr. Carl Wittfeld and sister, Miss Superintendent's Office, Exchange Bdaght and Sold on All

L. ;Oapt.F& L;,'Jeffords_ went toIO Qal- Mary took Mr. and Mrs Kinxman and .-Titadville Boanl of, Fla.Public. April Instruction 10th, 1906., .? .Foreign' j Countries. ,
' : lie with his launch last weeVand Misses Mr. ,Ford in their, launch, the Alice, to Patronage appreciated. Prompt service <
s ,Pauline. and: Lillie Jeffords accompanied see-the"boys play ball, ,*- \ 'Bids will be received by the undersigned polite treatment and every favor consistent '
ft up to noon of Monday, May 7th, 1906, with conservative banking panted.CORRESPONDEN't8 4
*' .1 him, visiting- :several' friends 'in that Cora Monson has 110 little chicks and for the erection of an addition to the Cocoa : ,

4 : > place more hens setting.Sheis; ,: finding ready High School building. Empire Trust Company N. Y.. Florida
; ;2' ._ &iJefa, Cbpeland is with hergrand-- sale for young chickens,',, frying size at Specifications and information can be Bank &Trust Company,Jacksonville..
had from Dr.;W. L. Hnghlett, C coa; R.
; ,\ :moth, Mrs. Martin,. at Nathan, for,* 15 cents a pound, live weight. E.; Mima, chairman, Bonaventure, and TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

.,few" weekt "and; Mr.' and Mrs. Copeland) Miw Bussel closed 'school last Friday the county superintendent, at Til us ville. ,- -- ---
are, spending ,'the' weckr with Mm. Cs and ;returned to her,home 'in Ft. Pierceon The board reserves the right to- reject
t parents, Mr. and- 'Mrs. Martin. : any and all bids.- WHITEHALL PORTLAND CEMENT
_ n ; <<; Saturday The little' children have JOBS R WALKER, ti tir.

-(1'. *, certainly] done well in school this year. Secretary and County $npt.R. .
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. t 'Oo:1t,'(: CIUPOUTT." Mr. and jibs.Frank Kingman and Mr. .
f ,. Mr., J.',D. Hatter, who baS been suffering Guy Ford expect to return to their homein L. ]YOTLOFine : 500 Barrels will be received in the next
from attack la
a severe grippeis
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i I'" Bristol] Wis. of this
on Thursday
60 Costs little than other
; i t 'hush better. days. a more ce-
S o. week. -Their, friends are much disappointed -
t"-f'if' Mr. Thomas Lee, who, has been spend- to have them go so soon. ment, but is better.
: .it fag the winter with Mr. Geo. E. Chester, i .
J: a ,
i Mr. C. .P. Honeywell, keeper of the w EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
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4, left, on Tuesday for his home in Cin ,
h lighthouse at Canaveral, 'came over to
t .:.t" cinnati.. Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material. '
call on his little daughter last Wednes
;l Chas R.. Tarter and W. H.: Cresson day. Mrs. Honeywell expects to returnto Eau Gallie, Florida. ,

;: :it{ ,we attending the annual meeting of the her home next Sunday if the weatheris '
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i t k Horticultural. society in: Jacksonville thisweek. fair. 1. R.WALKER. H. B. MACE. .

't >s JOHN R. WALKER & CO. '. '
r. ''i. Capt. and Mrs. C. J. Coggin and ,
r>'Ek Road Supervisor Fish Ie still operating several young gentlemen ,from Cocoa, :
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p ;' a force of men in removing ,trees and were down Wednesday morning in,the IN Titusville, Fla.,
i.: -: : widening the road. Let the good work captain's fine launch and called at the S

7_ .' go.on. We,can.stand, a good deal more. Munson, home. lfi! .

'Rt: : .Mrs. Win. Dnmbar,of Thomaston, Ga., Miss Ruth Allen is spending a monthor DRY GOODS
f
I :\: and Miss A. M. Hentz, of Atlanta, Ga., two with her grandmother, Mrs. MaryC ,

I 4f;', daughters ,of the late Dr. C. A.'Hentz, MnnEon, and is receiving calls from Liquors, Wines, Beers,

;'l' were the .guests of Mr. Cresson during old friends and playmates every day. <*

,. ,the past week. i They are glad to have Ruth with them Ales, Stout' Etc. CLOTHING t tGENTS'

'f ", ,,7 The groves throughout this section are again. TITUSVILLE and COCOA FLORIDA :
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1:'',4 f now being sprayed for rust, mite', and ,Last Thursday evening, Capt. H. J. .end me your orders I .

,}: ., every effort. will be made to have the Allen, of Daytona ,Beach, arrived at the FURNISHINGS ,
{#: : large crop, of fruit, now reasonably] assured Manson dock at 9:30 p. m. having made ,

j'; .:r fully up to the standard that has the run from that place since 5 a. m. and t :,

,. made the Indian river orange so famous. stopped at. several places. He had onboard SHOES :

t.y' Mr. F. W. Carroll of Monti eIlo, who his son, Fred Allen and wife, his 3:5w: i

j !;:1, !r is well known here, was shaking bands daughter, Mabel and her, friend, MiES ,

,It with old friends during the past week. !.I Grace Griggs, also Mr Smith, motherof 1 I ir -

Mr Carroll has been in very poor health Mrs. Fred ,Allen, and Mary and Ruth MILLINERY

" for a year, or more having been :operated Allen. The party returned on Saturday, '; t

t : upon for apendi itis. He has. the all but Miss Ruth, who will remain for a S '

i r i\ sincere good wishes of all.for a speedy month or two. .
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, %J' recovery.
fi .... __ FURNITURE.i
Ie- It pours the oil of life into your system -
r j 1 Have you pains in the back, inflammation It warms you op and starts the life
.t T of any kind, rheumatism, fainting blood circulating. That's what Holister's! /
. ,' spells indigestion constipation, Rocky Mountain does. 35 cents, Tea or / -,
J Hollister's Becky Mountain Tea makes Tablets. Ask your druggist.
. 1 you well, keeps yon well, 35 cents. Ask / We want your patronage.Our 0

: ." your druggist.. Strohbar Beturns to Gainesville
.; FIRE INSURANCE aim is to please YOU. !
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' J. N. Strohbar, who is alleged to have
.Ii "it' INOIAMOIJL. appropriated more than $10,000 from the New, Up-to-Date Goods in : I

fl Dance at club house tttoronghly enjoy Line while agent for that ABSTRACTS every .
} il ed Wednesday evening. company at Gainesville, Fla., was released o Line.
'. from custody in Atlanta last week.

, ." :,. ,Mr. Werte and._son; Robert, have gone Governor Terrell haying denied Gover- Mail orders receive prompt and
-.. .. .. to their northern home., nor Broward'a requisition for exttadi- REAL ESTATE
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0'" tion. .
J fs., onTuesday Mr. F. G.,Byron left, torN' careful attention. .

t 1f: '" his home in New:York city, regretting to Call at Titnsville Livery at rear of MORGAN & WALTON

f } : leave this favorable spot. Leave Robbins'your law orders office for, hauling for stylish, both doable rigs.- JOHN R. WALKER & CO. Titnsville! Fig =

f. 1-i.V: Miss Alice'' Sanders, accompanied ,by I and single. 'J. M.Osban, proprietor. | Titus ville, Fla. .
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