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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: June 29, 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: UF00075901:00371
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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,. lou' Mrv and Mrs. W.IL [ :and.
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r '. it til r., .. ear:=;:11m ,, >rhi regard to the game'warden ban- ; 'Interesting loCal matter, ,and state newt a yard for 19.cento fort-Pierce Monday afternoon. Mr.. :f
={attd. : wrate' nets; .beg leave to;make the--following on every page;' Special pricee on ribbons'., in solid colors Goldsmith's health was'benefited considerably 'j y
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"me'l--\_ *Nmsnt and:esplarxrtregardiag! theetpti'ir'p4Iflntothe ;Me 8rs.H. Y:Pitts and L'F. .$ during. his.short stay in Titus -:
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r.> -'B: rue follows conntyQthit day.There .. apecial price 89 cents. -. Be'W, F.Alleo has been compelled, ? ? -
-l. .1 t toady as : ; 'will j e:IeYeial very fast speed 'Gold and silver belts special 49 cents. on account of his recent severer illness, 3- :k

Farr iV'= '. .aR'1fi98 toSopt,19a0. "' :O.OO motor boats in.the races here, 'next Wed each. -. to cancel appointments at the Metho

1- > 1900 i9ov eaoo Ladies' dial church 11tusviUenext
'- : : liesday.Titusvilie hose the famous Onyx black Sanday morn
.. ",,'J.ct; >:: ;,{. v.tO : :"-- ;, i '-c'' '1901 'S :!= .1969 200.00 and at the Cocoa Methodist church
: 85 lug
,,. "'"\ ;f!?. "- '< .. \c-I ''''''' wants_ the whole East Coast every,fair guaranteed special, cents ;
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to join with her inoelebrating the Fourthof perpur. evening.
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k. : ..)- '--._.'.L--.;:" -.ji'.t.' fit. _1"4i'' < 1- 4.kt: ,&t :1904 ,58000 >nest White bed: spreads, marsellaise patterns '
'-', ..' ;'. ; .' >1.'1'. July. .Wednesday.. Judge and ,Mrs D. L. Ganlden left
.... to" it t'- 1904- :1905, 61000, =We that Sheriff e large size., worth 12.60 DeLand last ;
---.1Ii attglth4. ''' : ::are;pleased to state 'ra. week for the north, to spend

:-L ... ,._.....,,. Jif5r '. ... ; And dill wsjr.the:old 'ooanty of4revaroV4 Brown's little daughter Leila, is steadily special 1.49 lot the summer months. It if reported upon : :
-. .. > Also, another not quite so heavy
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.. f' '... '.""<,:L' !t,.".".. ',-", ,:'\l"'' -.-l'1IJIIIIIIIIII1 joj(" M l now composed of. Brevard I improvitrtfrom her.recent severe illness. good authority that they have disposed "
.- < at a special price of 99 cents..
'. .. { v.. << ,-Laci.ntleac; Juripg. all this of their valuable in Riverside-
t, p.'J.y.n N.W,.Ff tM tons *m $ sn4,8t ; .Mr.. Fronie Cleveland, Jacksonville, .'Colgate's antiseptic tooth powder this property
; ,.baa}att reai'!''t'ttvry time. there was a regular game warden appointed I of this is Is Jacksonville, for something like 40000.: :
:;: .etDOf'- "- formeriy ;; place now scrying asbagglrgeman one of,:the best tooth powders on the LL
.; f!..... ,, ,_ '' fb ins'4. ,by the : the Jacksonville-: Miami market 25 19 Capt. P. Nelson and family and Miss
'. '.:' '..."... p.< '> t0llI.et Mt : fan,, also a cake of cashmere bouquet soap Zeidler left Tuesday for New York City- rt-:
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''. .. .. aft...nIa s. .text. 1o ; appointee !game 3 warden of after will be"given free with package. from there Mrs. Nelson and'two children '
,:_ .. = ,,""',/. .:. .. ,' >;!>.-. 1- @$1906, by rwolqtion of the earn.1 Capt. Jas. Paine, St Locie, every
.. ", : '" .Pastenrine this ia of the best tooth and Mia,Zeidler sail for Denmark where
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i. ...:.,;!. \ ft ", enfamissioners' ,, I:was 'equated to act 1 visiting four days here with his
.: b'iltittttrtisk' sister and Mrs. Jones pastes made usually sells for a quarter, they will spend several months. Capt.
? .. bcatie'4ba4" \I! "" : artNWi ft flcty,whcb the. law tn&bef.Dd Judge :
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>jldtt'1 't : b '' and returned home: afternoon Monday only 19 cents.Ladies' Nelson will spend the summer ia Perth
< bytbe + 'todace ,.-fl II t;'iq the absence of a regular family. ,. Tuesday F
: j' art- i : white linen N J. where bt baa business
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: :.tee lot .,'jbe t;. =. game warden by.the governor, i handkerchiefs ; : large -
4" >.W f@Oftarr > ; : .4edt.tbe tirue?j have been saoista i "-,Mls|EU abeth Stones,daughter of Rev. worth 15, cents special 8 cents! interests.. .
; ..... ;; n..a Window shades best linen all colors
"'-- 0. : ; ,...:....".wardeii'that;is from.Sep"to -i Wm.: Stones, the new pastor of the First Miss Hattie L Forde sister of Mrs, 8.

.:{-I........,:. :: ; e.l'ell... .s rit4d4. .fIraen .h.tk.... .. ten .,;1_ the .'<. .. -X'A'J$:;'>. '\'_? !.f'V H'-.a'; "..".' ': : 'N 2>1 ; 1905.,a period of:nine.:months,>!! From:Georgia, where, she has been attending special cents Jacksonville where she bad spent several
"+ fon.ft1J.. embroideries
and
,! '..tJf:;.. .J'_Ha...P.5' vfiettinR!- tef.gearother: ;idea. have eoltoeted and tamed'into the county' I school.Mr. Special prices on pleasant days .attending the Woman's. *

'-' = :.".rtrdy ?:aft his. !pl ,1ne4 11,610.00. to the credit of.;the game-.wan j -_' and Mn:'a J. Denbam ..arrivedbomryestexdsrafteraoon Mail orders promptly filled on any of Home Mission convention and reports a .
( 1ij' dav, 'aceompanlfd' br.h f do.:fund;;and this should be. born 4*I from.Augtuta, the above goods. nice time. St

rt'. !aghter;|fiss Lollie Penwy who mind ia from:what it now;Brevard'coratvor Ga./ where.they have. been spending JULIUS KLINE, '

.' )ll--irtrteit j in ForiPiercei! tor,a tgw weeks.IIt boa"oD8 half the territory. ,of'the* their UClti n. 'Their many friends are Titusville, Fla. SPECIAL PRICES,
:
former Brevard !
i county. to welcome them home again.
'R .X.I -". :;xeatec Roy and Miw Edith Crabs left --:> I wish to call attention to the fact.that; ; pleased Telephone No. 8.INSPECTION In Slina'a Gents Furnishing and

il for BaHwjn and .Mrs. Harry Wilson arrived home
i ; Tuesday Jacksonville all expenses connected with my duties as :
,. J't ffitarke, where -they.vrlli_ visit?uattHhe:6th pose warden and in fact all expenses 61 Monday night from a two weeks' visit 07 MOTOBBOATS Clothing Departments

',''': -J'! t ? of.-next month,' when ,Martcf.Roy, every kind, relating to that fund have' with her mother, at Archer, Fla., and Men's blue serge coats, made of. an

'tR Swill aceorapany! hit parents :Tennessee been paid oat of the collections for that now Mr. Wil8on'wean that happy smile Must Be Licensed by Government excellent quality of serge, special $3.00 :

; ..7to, a eodthe ..mmer. Miss Edith'will, :fund,'so that at the present date there is again-now that his better half has re- Tine for Violation each. k v
'1 amain with i her father, Mr Chas,.'Crabb. 'a. balance in said fond of 1,007,06.. turned.. *. Inspector Also ,another lot of blue serge coats, -' :

: :;. f".. eldwinifitrsamii, .... pa'.... -' When I assumed the duties of the position 'The members 0.1 St. Gabriels Sunday Capt. W. A. Shaw and Capt. Charles double breasted, special price of$3.98.
C'y'3' .=.. '....' ';'u.la" Fish n.;... uepathig; ... there was, practically, .nothing to school were pleasantly entertained at a R. Spencer, United States local inspectorsof Men's white lisle thread undershirts,'
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:.:; ; ; Bmmer ho! 4 fpNOlme 1IIW" :self\ ,meunrIngreserw the credit of the fund. '\ lawn party at Mr. E. L. Brady's place steam vessels, have received from the worth 75 cents each, Monday only 49


: ;.. toly: r&a"the..'i..htbe fP)18 .explosive the fact that.' all expenses of every de in and refreshments served and relative to an act to amend section Special prices on Hanan &Son's shoes.

;;$' ?' :.tttMti: Tin addition to this ecrip iOD.relainl to this fund, are paid all had a fine time. The Sunday school 4426 of the revised statutes of the United Men's white oxfords made in the 4 .

7 M'mo&1..I.JfIJ.1Ib hoses will be completediS4I1 oat of the, receipts for..this fund, so long dosed* last Sunday for the summer States, as to regulations of motorboats.That blucher style worth $2.00 special $1.49.

t Ad the hen.re a rush as there is any money in the fond, and months.. portion of the act of congress!, as approved Also another lot worth $2.50. special 1
ti :; .y .tor not one cent from taxation. When come to Titusvilie next May 16, 1906. referring to motorboats price of $2 00 and a pair of white lisle \

:Jti .... .. Jf..r ...}; irpiDl1t I From the above' statement I hope and >Wednesday you, matter if yon do not wish reads as follows: thread lace hose will be given with every ; E -
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; : : Dlre: (XWJIIud and little daughter, believe"that the people will be satisfiedto to purchase a piano, organ, or mud "All vessels of fifteen gross tons:or lees pair free.

fcte4fe&&fcj\ B ..1t;:sear Miami, arrived in town leave "well enough atone. ," as it is cal instrument, call at the Indian any River propelled in whole or in part by gas, gas JULIUS KLDTK, t *
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.:, zi.t 1M& week jij.9 few days' visit-wth Mr. now being administered.Yours. Music House and examine the fine line aline,'petroleum naptha, fluid or electricity Titoaville Florida. i

&?33&3g&**;.W, Haiti and family. returning home truly, of instruments they\are carrying.yoa and carrying passengers for hire, shall Telephone No. 8.

feSMFSyU*** < l goNter III.'lfm1e' -Willard,'who Sheriff and Acting Game Warden. can please scribed by the regulations of the board LOTUS. ,
'i ; r'ioi home from' the normal you. of supervising inspectors, for even "
=: Mrs. S.: E. Rice accompanied by Miss carried such As the rain has stopped the men are
:-ff: Tallahassee, where eke received Fourth of'Dance passenger and no boat
?! 'a first grade.certificate? on her first exami- Leah Lesley went to Daytona Sunday, while so carrying passengers shall be op- kept quite busy spraying orange treesA

;.,9 '> aaepot4,:' Grand ball in opera hoo evening of; where they visited with Mrs. Rice's erated or navigated except in charge of a large number of fine water melons: '

;-;." '> itoetol6oe .- D. ofd'Jgckaonville July 4th. Titusvilie. Orchestra will furnish sister, Mrs. W. F. Jibb until Wednesday, person duly licensed for each service by were shipped from this place last week. l
': : ,.apedclr'E. Batty. the music. Admission $1.00. when they went to Cocoa for a short the local board of inspectors."
:",rjf' ; who has recently been stay. Mrs. Rice says she finds Titusville In of the provisions of said Anyone who never has seen olives in
J assigned to this district, arrived in,Titos- pursuance bearing should visit Lotus and see this '
% i :FOB errs the coolest and most pleasant place on act,,Messrs. Shaw and Spencer will issueto
'r; ; (vine Tbedty..He it spending the greater the coast to live.Killing. for license to novel eight. We have them in bearing. 4j -
navigate -
applicants operate or
i' ., : part of the week on. the river inspeetingTthe' One gray mare. Good condition, sound,
,.' also vessels of fifteen gross tons or lees, Mr. J. N. Chalker, of Rockledge was
and suitable for work
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postoffices at. this place, Cocoa gentle any at :ron'PierceA
i; a 'Coarteoay,' Indianola. Georgiana: Lotus light single wagon. and harness. propelled in whole or in part by gas, gasoline over last Saturday seeing to his property '

and Biryln, on Memtts Island: .During GBO. C. KUHL.c telegram was received here yesterday petroleum, naptha, fluid or electricity Mr. Lawton Geiger, who has just fin-
Shiloh FIL afternoon from Fort Pierce stating and carrying passengers for hire,. licenses -
gf.k :Mrs Beauty's' -1I.n Titnsville he made ished a course in Massey's Business col
for the term of five each.
that of W. M. Hall's boys had been years f
one
*- hia heafiraarten with Mr. ,J.. G. Bast, lege, is home now much to the delight of '
shot by another boy named Newsome. A penalty of$500 is provided in section
Ildlan River hotel Wedding Bella in Titusvilie his and friends.
lUbe' parents
$ .. :
,
Hail sent a telegram to Sheriff Brown, 4500 of the revised statutes for violationsof

4 l" .A;dance n given in the opera house We take pleasure in announcing the asking him to come to Fort Pierce, thai the law for not carrying life preserversas Mrs. Baldwin and daughter Nina, from

is last :-Friday night,' which ,was largely wedding of Miss Mary J..Froscher and Newsome had shot his son. The news required in the act. Georgians, were visiting Mrs. Geiger last -
I'*,,:5 J'5. '; 'attended and thoroughly enjoyed by the Mr. Frank T. Baker. The ceremony was came later that young. Hall had died from Attention is also called to rule 11, article Wednesday. Since the Georgiana school

...; : d.JOIlDIr 'folks;;The affair ,waa gotten up in performed by Rev. Wm. Stones pastor the shot > 2, which requires all steam or motor closed Miss Nina bas started her music
: .i < o'Misea Jeannette and Ethel of. the Firsts Baptit church on Wednesday As this occurred in St. Lucie county vessels of whatever size, when under way lessons again and will be a weekly visitor

['Y' f/tNDGF-i.! P-p'Ini .bQu pected w leave today ori' morning,June 27th 1906at the home and is outside of Sheriff Brown's juris- to carry proper lights, which shall be exhibited Mies Eva Owens of
; ; "" >;1' of the bride's parents, Mr; and Mrs. A. diction he said he between sunset and sunrise in Georgiana was
=bR toa$1Tow sortML... 011 a visit to J did not expect to visiting friends in this place last week.
'""l""' kti, fi i ar pat4 1In.1. W., Anderson. Miaswin Froscher. comply with the request. The telegram the manner prescribed in said rule.
, "' : take the' trip: bat.Mies J nJgw :Immediately 'after the ceremony a would infer that Newsome was at large. Also to rule 111, article 15, "Signals," The people of Lotus are planing a picnic
> "' :1IJnact.' steno rsher for G. E. number of relatives and neighbors joined which requires all steam or motor vesselsbe for the Fourth of July.
.. '; the newly wedded couple in partaking with an efficient whistle or
provided
J;:.... j t.. ]-I ",<:1' 'andtn t'.,...,, :::atthraplaca.J... (- of wedding breakfast and Continuous Hotel Dinner siren, sounded by steam or some substitute Mr. Osteen was quite busy last week' i t! '
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."" '!i',"", t--> "'JI GOODS'SHOES. then speed them on their bridal trip The Indian River hotel will serve a for !steam, and with an efficient fog I packing pines for Mrs. Green.
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ifNi f.mTYBE.. with the usual accompaniment rice. con'inuou8dioner on the Fourth of July horn, also with au efficient bell. i iI
-. .:, .' ....lab 1&bIor one week, my They left Titusville by the 850 a.. mt from 11 o'clock a. m. until o'clock p. I I Single Comb White Lehogrna
,. --}'stodt will beseW at cost, during"inventory train for Sanford and points north. m. at 50 cents a cover. There will be no For Sale number f
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am disposing a
& '"a- $ now, The bride is well known here. Mr. waiting for individual dish service my
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fIBEWO all kinds. bushels Bermuda onions breeding hens, mated just right for nextseason's
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Baker is a successful farmer at Island the Every good thing obtainablewill '
guests. ,
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: .. FIREWORKS FIREWORKS. Grove Alacl.ua where will be for instant first class stock. In ten bushel lots at! breeding. I also have a surplus; ,tt. &. ix t
county, they ready consumptionand
; ; 'Phone < F. 0. B. Titua- of stock, the finest I ever raised
bushel at
:AG rdae8i. S4.Ttie'F. $1.35 cars young se
Cbts. per
,
'I'ri L 'i" ,,, ,,; make their future home. no delay. Rooms will be providedat desired. ;
; _, wishes of their friends which be ville. Address any age k
best
: The go one dollar can occupied by
;" : 1 of these birds
C. R. COPELAND must dispose to make
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;.kt : Batea with and all in them if desirable. Room
them
'j. join wishing two persons reservations -
.of', \'ii,.' Nathan, Fla. room for young stock. F. H. BLACK, ,a' 'ol
life mach will be booked in advance for those
's. long and happiness.
has v
granted
{? -' E. tt. raiway Sharpes, Fla. ,
, iiJ' M exoumk'iates for. the Foorth of July. ,-..l< -. ordering them. It is intended for those who appreciate -

S: ?*- .. '.ne,1fIJ' bet one and one third farce Bargain*; quality, for those gentlemen who Eggs For Hatching

.::t "' .; Plat KpentiTlbr. the roond trip to Titus 35 ft. round, cabin, launch with 8 h. p. Hurrah For the Fourth enjoy a thoroughly matured, rich Old Single Comb White Leghorns, from my ,,

k-' ',vale from any point tin the main line or Toquet engine, $550.0025 ft.'round, doa; A glorious time is expected in Titusville Kentucky liquor-I. W. HARPER whis- best matings, at $1.00 per 15. .

tvl;, 'J- .the Sanford branch, ticket on sate July ble ender open launch hall; $110.006b. next week' and a large crowd is key.Sold by R. L. Motlow and F. A. Los- F. H. BLACK,

g c tt! Po Western engine,. fl26.00c2 b. p. assured of being here. The F. E. C. railway ley. Sbarpes Florida.
''"" J "S-tfj '-. '.. Sinti engine $70,00. Address P. O. Box bit given greatly reduced fares theprogramme1

:!,,! ....., >C).W.:taeat>af patapeoti iq the.fnrnit .-. 25CocoaFU.J, .. is arranged so aa to pleaseall SAIL LOFT AND GUN KEPAIB SHOP ,
< "II''>''i<94'-; .' ....,11..._..,'-;pa.J,.':1w': iii pa all ashen. '-; .. .. ., who willMotor boats are Yacht sails and launch awnings made Draying t _

... ,.{...i_'ourgeohtogttk. .a ',JW .. already entered from points all along the up in first class style, mildew proofed if Dray ing or hauling of all kinds promptly

::fi'Ji"",'.' .:hsiMr."; ,.P ...--.tiDe to Ota dock fiowndka o.Y. .&. land.aaiYisd coati man Dayiona to Melbourne,and the desired. Also guns stocked and shotguns attended to. Meets all tla : ,
... .'f' }. ;. ... on the : rebored.. wood for sale at all times. 4t
;;: .. ....< Btm 111k baseball game between Cocoa>> and New 'i
,&,. ;.. ..:.'....foil' ,"'.*',)'.9-;. ","'''''' Sad fot : olod Smyrna wflllbe one of the greatest attraction -. Ban BSXECKE, H. E. HOLTOX, 3, F
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,.. >:i. ; : ''' h'.'__- ... -.a t grass a llfri. $.A. 8ImPemJ. sa Cr & St., ..
'f&.z- ',(;:' '<-;*** -* <--*'#*'''<- '2 P 6'f."*'* worked out of U'that'hia LteUucdonarere ,"' The through the.saw' fee brims 01
T writes have been trying
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J : 1' ;la'tlnd'Dnhjh0jetUtp.ucf: the It: very difficult; with;; seven-men It Sot Springs Ark:, for sciatic IheuI"'i .bat I.
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"'F, '''s&4: .uc ,''"the qu&iutrof, Uw'>ncfc;.the. was Impossible to go more:than three. let mOte RUef' from>>Bal'u4' Snow V ;

; ,; : Qualtt t,otrt>ia J" gin 41" v wood Tllordedngoaf Quartersof.a'mlle. per flaT; the saw i thaa 111 anymsdcfaeoreanythin foIhave.nu SeW.Wed..

.. ] ;.Ault'oQetatioi'embticed'il. the. ,,,drainage'R I ..:the, 'Bl1_, ;tle3aeneralcoatoar of graas'Is fifteen:feet high; and the only ( bottle Southern ..
1 "'<+-l'> ,,,, .. Urge by bees, '
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I. ., "" -f. ,,, '<" ':; -:: >"' ..' the the contour of,thecypress.tiw "
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!, :: ,,,,).. ..... ;;. :' yay uT'get through It Is to talrrboards' ; : :
".;.. or\:(; .{<; t-'(..".,d-,ftj.\-" ( -' \< ,.. ..$....,.. "; .. _. ",, -'-.. ..,. 'I"""',,,- > quantity" of 'tlmberiita4whetter and push them hi and spread :THREE 'SIZES: Are'. $.,11 ,
,:'' ebfJC oC;th tompiai' 'BE'SUIU! YOU GIY' 11tC GEL UAit
r :t' .t :'"+ :.:S1eS..ot!. :, -"::: there was ross-tle;'tlmberiifCbtW8se r them apart and tramp the grass down,

..M S, tifor'th ,ptupqs!:of bstorating.tha a t, 'thatcouldll>,e':made, '*ol and contfaue:In jthls way. 'ThIS heavy i Ballard Snow Lint Co. -

; ,: )<< :s ,'O tfif pi8dttJ,n, .,tl 1 i ung to the'timber,'and what would be" good belt of saw grass while It is general '
i '" .- --r-t S"L LOU$ V s. At
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;x:> ; ttibitiiiitetct.am ng .Mch" T" .. .tha'i fetf, what tae land,,would be good. for all, over the glades.. Is heavier near .'
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10 ". ,, Copy; .,- ..'h- j''. levels, \..'were. taken on the' ''marsh and marsh lies on a bed of white marl:

;. 1'>}tate' or nm4a.. on ,_the pine"woods; the streams' were from two to three feet deep; a kind' SOLD:AND ftfiCOM** NOfiD Y

fllJ 1t omtt'ot DnT> EA3 tM

&' 'Before/the.Ma'denlgae4personally,: well asthe'gtreaiu that run'out, of putty facing the underlying rock..' An J

'. { ".. "' ;es>o 'tuf. ..* P KELLER,, .to' mewell'ktinra the. 'glades,.as.well as the streams thatrun.jrot analysis'of this white marl was made '

1 --:<:F:v ;,,vto .upon oath,.,saysiJThatlie ot the, lake, ,; that... poundingsWertakeIJ.o by Prof... Harv'w Wiley,'Chiet Chemist : Southern Railway.

""i ft li-resident ot West Virginia 're1aUWV ,. : show the depth of,'the of the Unites States Department ol ,

= Capon: WorkL and that muck,'to'show, the'depth of sand 'and Agriculture and/he reported that In EFFECTIVE: A PH., e. 19O8.No. s

:..' "- aa! e-e. ,,.sixty, ;ea ;' that he4ia'' the.!roch; on; canal routes;. where It its crude form it had great value asa .

!i' ,40:t. dvU; engineer- ;1nd,":mechanical,. engi'by was possiblejisamples' of. rock; were fertilizer as 'a top dressing. Daily.30 lid Daily.:34 'Between ckoavill, sari New Yel'lk Daiir.a :s, Ko.SS Day. -

g ":' f "':", 'troe f :profcWoiC: *nd; is i graduateif gotten' ,, and the place'noted on the The muck over, this entire area la' 755 p ::::: 9 00 a Lv Jacksonville fla....._...Sa Qy .u.I 9 00 s =:- s tiS P

.J.. the Nautical School'at LIt tz, PeIp1'Fit .map where 'the' samples ,came'. from, well decomposed, and taking It 'as a 1215 120 p Lv.&nnuinah,Ga.-_--? 54 Hy. At 450 S 840 p
$ ylvanlaf'that ,he-;h Yhad, Taried:-eg; and,those'wimples were 'sent,North to whole quite solid. There are many 9 55 ai I,_._. 1033p Ar.Charlotte, N. C..:_.._..So. By. Lv. -8"50 : _-.-; 5s;

::,; : ;:pertegce 'In ..mining,' "'y411r4ad'' ;:P4t be analyzed arid tested as to,hardness" little sinuous sloughs all through it, 642 11I== 858a950a Ar. Richmond, Vfc..._.___So.. gy. Lv. 1230 pp .u u UP

:t: _"iJ.. ;drainage. :work,'. and the:.building; of_ and 'friability;"so as to know what ,sometimes clear, water and sometimes 950p1117p -.:". Ar.' Washington. D. C-. _---So. J.y Lv. lDAI ......... 930
"" HSia145p Ar. Baltimore. Md-;__.___.P. B B Lv. .
-- 812 U ,
. l'r.lv machinery and, .buildings; that he" method it ''was best to use in ,exca- a loblolly or soft bog, but their area .2 35 a ---__-- Ar. PhilAdelphia Pa._.,._ ....P. R. R Lv. 'IS A-.l 1.1 p
1:" i '. awed atissI .mee'Osceola; County, yating, if. :iha'f was necessary, or is very limited compared to the whole 630a.41415p- AI' New York Jf.Y._____ .P. R. R Lv. J210 1 as p

,;/J x : 'Florida,: from 1882 to'.1896. rand that whet1: r they. htd'any'value as a' fertilizer. 'area. This land would shrink, very Nos. .
33 and 34-"Xew York and Florida ,
Express Daily Pullman Beea
If '" employed hue from Drawing >
1.{ & during that period heYwas drainage. probably not Sleeping Car between'Jacksonville and jew York. '

11 _'-f ;by the:Atlantic! ind'tlulf Coast:Canal That examined. and mapped theAtlantic. more than 25 per cent' oft the depthof Noa. 29 and "Washington and Florida Limited." Daily )fnllman Drawing JCaooa.

'. ;!, i1: i 'and OkeechobW'Land..Company is as:: Coast from. Township 39 the muck deposit, and as a rule all) Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York

1 i ; aistant. engineer under.the late,Col South' to Township 50 South. both to land that grows saw grass Is decidedly No. 30
: Through"The Lasd of th. "
Sky. 'Ko.
t James M.. Kreamer, chief,engineer of elusive and between the Evergladesand the best of all the marsh land M7MP. .

i aid ,Company; that th1s Company; the7 Atlantic;' entering' the Everglades that we have. .At St. Cloud near Lv. Jacksonville Fla.,..._......_-.... :................,....So.By. -5taia,
'' If. Bas In extensive KIssimmee, the best sugar 1215 a Lv, Savannah Ga.---------;; At (50 a-
drainage
f engaged ; on the East side and the glades cane was
$ ,
: 6 00 a Ar.,Columbia, S. ",--._-. ---:-----_-,--__--.iSo.By. Lv. 115 a
r' operations \8outhern Florida under examined along that entire distance grown on the land that possessed the 150 Ar. Asheville __ __.._ __ .
k j. : were P' X.C.,-- _. ._ _._.?.... ._-..&>; By. Lv. 41$ p-
! : '";" .. ': a contract wick the Trusteeaot the 'from three to ten miles r this most saw grass. Over a field >of an 237 pAr. Hot Springs. N.O,'----"--_.._...._.____..... .. .bo. By. Lv. B 44 *
; field character acre ol only 400 eoop815ft Ar. KuoxviJle, TeniL,___.._.____?.___________......So. By. Lv. 933 *
1f.f If .Internal ,Improvement! fund, .the, was 'done to establish the acres an average Ar. Cincinnati, Ohio,_____________________.___-Q.$ c.. Lv. SII..
Z. ,' ,' f ,of its,operations extending from the of the muck' lands as well as the yield of 24 tons to the acre was pro- '

} ,;y o ;;(. headwaters. of' the Kissimmee ,River depth of muck and the underlying duced. IU saccharine qualities were St.. Nos.Loo 29 ja,and daily.30-, Pullman. Drawing Boom and Buffet Sleeping Can betweea-Jftckjoatilk aad

i -' ; 'down to Lake Okeechobee.. the Everglades : strata. The object of that Information ...10 high that over 6,000 pounds of so-

1 ,.''''tj and the Caloosahatchle River. of course, was to facilitate plansof tar were produced peg acre, whlca No. 13 Between Jacluoavllle and the North aad W.*&. X4.14

-t :,' r. ;: t.distance of about -one hundred and 'd lnage and navigation. left for the land considerably _, t-
-. b.1'. miles and wide the over ----.;. 7 Lv.Jacksonville, So. Ky ______.___.__...__._..Ar. aO. ___
j' t:::: 'fifty-six embracing a That he ajso covered with same |100 per acre as the value of the ------- 250 a Ar. Macon. iSo. By_____,..___.____..___. 2 U __
.i t-, Di}. extent' of territory; that, only a, pore field work the entire Kissimmee basin year's crop.' 20 a Ar.Atlanta. So. By-_--________.__...___._._.Ly. U ot i.

: J {:: .. tlon of.this drainage system was com.pitted from Lake Hart in Township 24 For reclamation' of this part ot 45 a Chattanooga, So. By. ___________ .IO E-
Cincinnati Crescent _________. _
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_p Queen 83o
; lori1 and the Company's plans for to Lake Okeechobee -
; South Township
_ :,' ] the Everglades as has been above described -
Lv. Cincinnati, Big Four lioute._______ = =
", p v. 710
; arm. .the. ;drainage of ,the Everglades was 45. Lake Okeechobee was meandered my opinion as an engineer is 10 a Ar. Chicago Big Four Route .. __ Lv. 8 30 Ai _
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c. _' sever' finished. from Fisheating' Creek on the Westside that a levee must be built near Nlco- 33 p Lv.LSncinnsPenn. Lines.-.._...___.._..Ar. 845 s t-..
)y .$: ;,' ... ", '_That he Is familiar with'the part oft along the West South and East demus Slough, South of Fisheating a Ar. Chicago, Penn. Lfoes..-------____ .

1i-? ; 'thedrainage district' that is North' of : shores to the borders of 45 Lv. C. H. & __ _.__ I--
:_ Chancy Bay Creek, from the pine woods on the p Cincinnati! D.-Monon. Ar. i 140 a ...
9 .:: :Township! 50 on the East side of 'the on the Northeast corner a distanceof West side nearest the lake extending 23 a Ar. Chicago C. IL & D.-Monon.__ ___ Lv. .Q2 __

Z ti & !!.. Everglades" ;' and North of Township about 80 miles, and all this data East to the lake; thence followingthe -------5.- 45 P Lv.Cincinnati, C H. A D.-Mkh.Cent..___.At. 700 -_
20 a Ar.Toledo C. H. & D.-Ylch. Cent_____:Ly. 1140 ; :
;, li}; > .45 on the West; that the drainage was' carefully planned and explainedon lake margin around its South end 25 a Ar. Detroit, C. H.& -Mich. Cent___ .h LT. 1QOI

" : ;1ii:: district embraces practically everything maps which are yet in existence, and up the other side to near Chancy 30p Cincinnati, Penn. Lines...:.._....._....._h. 'SO k Fm
rt: fd- South of Township 32 and East and detailed maps were made of the Bay, and thence East to the pin : 55 a Ar. Pitteburg. Penn. Line._.._---- ..__LT U PJ--

,! : i. of Range 27,. and is about 170 miles West and, Southwest side of.Okeechobee woods. This levee would probably be 30 P Lv. Cincinnati, Big Four.---.--......__._.__.. {r. OliO s:.__
.; ,. in length and 90 miles in width in its and the Southeast side of same about eighty miles long. Its construction 43 a Ar. Cleveland Big Four__...__...._________.Lv. '30 !E =--
a P Lv. Lexington, So. By. :. ___.Ar. 10 U _
: i- widest part; that of this territory From the data that was procured, would necessitate the removal -- ------ a.
: 10 pAr. Louisville, So. Ry .. ___.Ly. 711 aL_
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t :: ,': r' lake Okeechobee occupies twelve hundred the Company deemed it advisable to of' muck in the path of the -..--- 32 a Ar. St. Louis So. By____________.___.. .14 1010 r--

1 : 'Jf: :'. square miles and the Everglades confine ,their researches. on the Westside levee and filling in the excavationwith
Nos. 13 and 14-"The Florida Limited." Daily Solid Vestibule Train.
?{if... : .about. three million acres; that, Lake to the lands North of Township sand. This excavation should be Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati. Throoik", Day

} ::- : .t Okeechobee is the principal .receptacle I. 49, and on the East side to the lands about twenty feet in width and the

t jt-.' of aU the water In the water-shed North of Township 51, as that seem levee should extend from three to four No. 5 No. 13 Between Jacksonville and K.....Cltj. Kali l e 6

;, ":, \ which is principally fed by the ,Kls- to be the Southern limit of the deep
feet above the surface of the marshor
== 745 p Jacksonville Fla, 8o.Ry._________ --At 115 a __
. cimmee -River and Fisheating Creek, saw grass,, and also the elevation swamp through which it is run. ______ 520. Ar. Atlanta, Ga.. So. BySo. _______.-.. .-..Lv. UWp _
-l. f together with some: smiller streams above sea-level was so small South of This forms a levee of about five to six ___.__ 12 01 a. Ar. Birmingham Ala, By-----..__...._.-.Lv. 'Q5 t _r
" '. .::. coming into the North end' of Okee these points it 'was deemed too dlfl ------ 805 pi Ar. Memphis,Tenn, Frisco--._..._._______.-LT a IJ &i ___
feet above the surface of water of: _____ 9 40 a. Ar. Kansas City Mix, Frisco____ -_ .. ._LT. 630 p' __
eh bee. viz.: 'Taylor's .Creek Henry cult to do anything with these lands, Lake Okeechobee the sand being held!

.. ,. .Creek, Mosquito 'Creek and,Cypress even should they be found desirable to this height by.a buttress of muck Nos.13 and 14-The Florida<< Limited." Daily.

i!' Creek; that Lake Okeechobee' has in quantity and quality. From the being placed between this levee and EXCELLENT DINING CAB 8EBTICC.
.three J. C.LUSK District Passenger Agent.108 West Bay
twenty-one natu1'.outlets and 8v.eI.JACbea11Ue.11a.
numerous soundings! that have been the waters of the lake for the purposeof

artificial ones and the combined made in the territory examined 1 It a retainer. The waves will not S.C.H.H.ACKERT.O.UABDWICK.M. T. M. W.BBOOK8 II.TATLOK.G.IIOBQ.&S.A.P.A.G.P.A.

,'Uosa-ae tltJn of the twenty-one out seems that the table rock on which wash this muck, but they would the
lets is equtralent'to about 3,000 the glades rest is level and
square practically and, as the waves are seldom if ever
. ; -2 feet;'and they, together:. with the three about four to five feet above the-surface five feet high and this buttress of THE BR1DGEPQRT

! artUtc1al'utlets. discharge about 5.000eubicfeetper of the Atlantic and the inequalities muck will prevent any breach being 1

s second normal rate of of the elevation from South going made in the levee proper. This levee _

$ discharge;thal.the natural-watershed North are' merely the depth of muck! U to hold the waters of Lake Okee- "THE
of Lake ark MOTOR THAT MOTES"There
Okeechobee embraces an I :
How to Break Up s C .M chobee from seeping through and over -'
r of,about 6.000 square miles'of which flowing the region that is to be :.
1,000 are above'theydralnage, districtIn It may be a surprise to man to learn ,:
# the Kissimmee basin. 1,100 within that a severe cold can be cmiplntely drained. is no reason why you cannot have a satisfactory t
broken up in one or two days' time. The This region comprising the maiD
outfit. Let
the drainage district in the Klssmmee first symptoms of a cold are a dry, hand l .arable lands of the Everglades as motor us demonstrate The Bridgeport t;? you J

basin, 900 'in the Fisheating. Creek cough; a profuse watery discharge from above outlined extends South to a and we will convince you that there is at least one reliable \

#4 basin and 88.aD. the East and North the rioee, and a thin, white coating on line drawn from the North line of: gasoline motor built. The
} more severe work the
i border of Lake ,Okeechobee; that the tongue. When Chamberlain's cough your ,
t 1 'everything,East of Fort Drum ridge remedy is taken every hour on the first Township 49 on the West to the North more anxious we are to have you own a nridgcport the
line of SI the East and .
of these it counteracts Township on
p' ik- IftSt Lnde,County' finds its way part appearance;the effect of the eymytomg cold and restores West to the edges of the Everglades, simplest, most reliable and durable motor on the market.

of it into, the St John's River, and the system to a healthy condition withina as shown on the ordinary maps of

the remainder, into the Atlantic day or two. For site by aU druggists Florida and is No z
the region herein referred Takes No Cms No Gear,
g.. Ocean; that' Fort:;Dram ridge divides and medicine dealers.CASTOR. to by me.

the .'wateri ,of the Kissimmee basin Easy to Operate
Continued on 3. t
f : and the Okeechobee! basin from the page

:J< waters _of ,:te! ,upper St John's IA If yon knew the value 'of Chamber Working Parts Jaicklj Ac f *iWe '
,
and the Atlantic, and the, rivers Fri lain's Salve yon would never; wish to be
; : t tato?::the" Atlantic, ,and : Taunt! Bad r i vfTi, without it. Here are some'of the diseasesfor 'r.li. MQTQ-,

.T',-.. ", _, IEttgldtr;! Booth, .about. 150 .miles TliKU YM.Ibn,Alms h U which it is especially valuable: sore L For Those Who Most B* 8&tkI
; nipples, chapped bands bums,frost bites
.., 0*.. tIi..t'But ;border'of the Everglades ,
'' chilblains chronic ,
'!' broken Btale sore eyes itching -
rj : being in several -
>'' .. c places piles, tetter, salt rheum and eczeiaa. F. N lllTCHCOCK & C0. A .&tsTitusTllle ,
i' bT\the.streamti aodaloushadratalag 61P i+tictt .
.. : ,, -: ; ; Price 25 cento per box. For sale by all ,-
; t.: .: ;!{ ;:toto tie,'Atlantic;'.that the'surface of druggists and mediciue dealer mrI44

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:' 1B ; h.f' ..... ,i.-t. .tal,length" .tl,>l mites, ngds and t:* .-";,";.."'...' ." "'"....,;.. ".M'L; 'oa..1o-.6" .<., ,.,.,.rLf .,.<,,,. ,,, !s'tatT'.o--:- mt at 1L774,1li0OO.'{;.Thin.:. of ii'.E iGII....B mot 1, i .oil a, :m.. 'MINOR' SPORTS'. .. -' :;. r:; K'-j-, .;.. i'>;;-- "',
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') ro dbtarai'd4k. t to, ;; .'.---q........."_",-_. ,5:cropt l_....al, ,,plowing'- ; eoochs wbenseoomnaniM,or,those of:}long by f.btoedint standing.-,from ever '. TOURNAMENT. aU'rideriD. ; ; '':: ,:f"C
} .. .."," $$nd gathering eofeuguezoue 'loop.m. Open to ] <'.",; .olfJ' .
cotting ; lii most
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,;:t., !'',r.:..;;.-. >.. << f..wlaJlto., .. ::"; Iti. ; oirjptberr: :,cropt'canbedondsby ksarveleos tuna: :Send for and read the ; .. B. Pritchard,. Committee, ." :. '. t '.,
.' .,>rate....... iteslals'.tq h !'l.tt# nOt Httle',book of,extmta, 1re&_ of r the c '
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',:* ";'';:-c":'.. '{, "', ..".: .'....> __': b :_. ,'t":...:""",,,,..,...,,.,.,1'L".-r: ,, ..",,,,if .. "),",,,!1-t'.i ra8 ; ..., operllea and taesot; the several med', ;2copm.: HANDICAP MOTOR: .BOAT :RACE ::; .: 1 tif'l3jOopfr
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,"_ ;.,..t. v..-:m: ;rt'E' >> : "tb7.f.; .statem'T th t'as; Rtor ,Its sewtbacilmpletikIng Medical IHseovery & team why : BASEBALL MATE Between ,Cocoa and. ', ', y .
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< U&T i 4beingy thto medicine has such a wW raafe ofapplteatloa. : .
..-}'.F':,...> .... :oat.k1p11e yT'-? : offaf.thewater: ". ; ofLake.okeeebobee .in the care of diseases, It Is, New Smyrna teams .Bert Johnson Cbmmittect8:30p.m. <.
amulet .
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ianals : -- no harmful, habit-faro- .
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>!,". ':.;:... ';.-6_ ,'. ,l iMl.artfe"'.41it'*cethe, edioius Y.aoprnent' iii".___ :."" *"''-of, ;:'f....'. K, .N. bottle toffdmf.pperp uanmoaeaCh Finance Committee-"P.'G. Walton' Dr. B. R. Wilson, L.. C. Brannlug'y s
"." "." ,'...;. '" "\ ... speaking drainageasapplied 'Committee and B. C. H. Walton. '. '
on Program Advertising Wager .
s ';: ; ''reatingu; iiest. fo like" okeechobee 'and M' Bairgiia -. Blck people 'especially tiiose offering. $
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".'.' <-.'" 1k :/: '"- ; tram diseases of long standlm,are Invited '. General Arr&DgemeD'Owmit&e&-Dr .B. K Wilson, chairman L.' A* Brady: '
{:/" ':;'"'{ jofLey tbe eie''ot_ ,the' Bvergladeavf; -I, to tussah Dr. Pierce by lettw./toc. All treasurerJ.6.Butsecretary. f-- >: -' "../..
'-' .",>.,,;.:' .:.K,,;-:", ..,":JA ._ '- .,"# "th'fi"4throf' ; speakof"dralDace-: ; with"a fir:toreclamationwhch eonespoadence is held as private t.'-,No entrance fees will be charged for any of the events. .
'i'.v-; : <: "1.- w1IH;; :_ .I.'"ynnahu''Uort'1.. a&'I' 1. ": : and sacredly confidential ii=:Address Dr.' i A ,Cub prises will be awarded as'follows: ;" '
-\ ; : ; : : Includes both there E.V. Ptene'Bufta1o. N.;V."oa'i. ._ <. ._ "
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_ .Pc;r .'ir;:: 4' 1"jd mh:4feet;3: ndx i Tal,:.of, the. ;water/sjid.. -the storing.. Dr.Vleroa'sMedlcal Advises is' sent" fee' Tournament; $25 divided in'three pnzea alt follows: 1st prize $12, 2nd prize $8
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.:..<..<.*#{*4""" ot;width: tar'tse''fT lateral. ., semen (IIUuhnttrJa;; : :i 'eerroir"for' 'the on receipt of,stamps to pay, xpense of"maJUna ,3rd prize$5,- .Three rides at three two-mch-rings., No time limit.," ', .'
,:,: 4-(1J ..,0. i1."rnwiIn.:Eastrand Wed, only.'>Sen! t1 one-cent stamps ,Baseball, winning team.;$50; losing team,gate receipts. : -
'f 1;; '''' ,,, ''' 'e'':''' 'a':Wettq-feoovidthTzoe't Tha1lis1sW rue;:t:9flUl i lands'Teclalmei, Lake for paper-oovamd,Ustampe, -for. clothbound -; Handicap Motor boat race,. seven prizes u follows: $25, $15, $3, $8 $4, $3 $1. '

-:>.f $" 'il{ ;: Qntrtr.eetioa;; :: ; .-line > '
'BA : Jf.1i. ; j .. of the Everglades, -. Class. "Be' under 22 feet, $S, $5, $2. '
:1 -.1 x:,ai;!,North. "sMJoatb'if-tti.: .d.i.-. when reclaimed,!''nd'In that latitude No boat can participate iu the handicap, race unless,she finishes in the open '
.ue." .,.....<";= :b."dltereut sizes:;'YIeaaa.: t.. trrfgiitlou'IEnot' less, Important.thaadridnige : i. of to be; detenniaed wep :unloaded..on, the I terminal (dock according their times made in the races with the
: ,:"te: 'by the if :1 Of.more. so,. and5 everyprecautloafshouldjhe ," 'f to respective open understandingthat
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(\iI 4st '<)l,the'moot;-It .would:be very. : taken. to malt at Miami! Saturday "for 'shipment to no boat shall finish five minutes better time'tw' herm ornin, perform
*'5- ...' ..;:'.It.. ..:.' muck: ; anpe under similar conditions of weather (which the judges will decide) or she will
that MyBlisjthatlaa '
.w. <: ''r. deposit Havana.
; tv.Ia' tain',its',level+,and-! storage capacity. tM'-d ua1i8ed.: All enties must be made to J. Lorillard, Jr..,. not later than Mon { =

%. l1ij;' ,. .._;.;.,_ f.uc&.atoi't ,.." ,:s should-> cjJt.f''j" Verily ) %lower:Lake Okeechobee.by fi i,:-- 1 day'July 2nd,1906,'at 3 p. m. '" '
,.",, ....__'.'....... .":. .'. ocean.;:;:canals""cut'.through ;tile muck, < Then,-an raw Minor Sports Near Indian River State bank. '

'L.'< .r" f1.c=, 'W7--::=f.i"t .!.;;-r-T..rtsums. thef" .,total_ :,cost; .'.of eon deposits'and:rock strata of the.Ever people who-know; :: how to take care of lst-Boy's bicycle: taos, let priJ8.$1.50; 2nd prize, a watch; 3rd 'prize: ,s'bicycle2ndBoy's ,
I y itriitAe: \levee atone milUoa.su4 ; themselves the',majority do The beU. '
-t" the uppen Caloosa not.
glades, or'through: ,
; fx '11drb dht tbomaad.+ disc abundtelr liver is a'most important organ in the foot race, let prize, $1.50; .2nd prize! a baseball bat; aid prize 75cta.3rdBoy's .
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hatehie tiller :orhrOqh"th
.F i .xhlghridge sack 1st $1.50 2nd paill'Ofr"boUODli 3rd prize,
11t _.....hr..ft&doUan ff1.ou.UT.oo< ). : > .: body.- Herbine will keep it in condition.V. race: prize ; prize
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.the :Eaetside"'of the lake, 7 c&L' .
.texss. writes "I
'j1r; C. 'Alba,
: : ; : Simpkins. :
!:;r.;"3i = m tb-'" U '"to"iibsitlhdfrom. ;;; ; tasleree ael':by: tbii lowering'of: the level of have:used'Herbine for chills and fever! 4th-Bol'i barrel race, let prize, $1.50; :2nd prize: a watch;3rd prize, 50cts.5tb V.'.'".

;?$",J:' ji.,' is .,the lei'- ''I'<,wouldNtfaat : the.., lake' to drain the '''Everglades, and find it the beet medicine I ever used -:Sinking the rooster, for men and.boys, 1st prize, a Spalding. baseball glove;
!K 'Jm' $ .: th.'cost:of,t h' 'at aft Utll-b.- suicidal'policy; It would I would not be.without it.,It is aa good 2nd prize,the rooster and basket.

1 .rJ 'baired.4 fit)due.Ih4Gtlnd,.,;'seven perhaps }esult'.in -drying the:great br children as it is"for grown op people, AU the above will start from the/bank. .
up b-Higb ramp, for men and boys, let prize, 12.50 2nd prize, one year's subscription -
""ed 11 std by tl hti-IT. dollaes ',: and :I :recommend. It is fine for la J
1 sew grass ridges rOt the ,, ,
: :Everglades to East Coast Advocate. '
y Red Cross Pbarmacj.The ; .
-w\llfJM.M'tf;;the sand could be grippe.Sold by t.
:. : .would'not The
hut;H make them produc high jump will take place near the school house. -
i :$ss 1d out< of tbs bottom of.the lake trek ,On 'the tr ritt' would' sim Alt the land events will lace in the central part of town.
v;? -Vmto, the levee,.;:Itemised'estimates art pIT-eipose'them to their worst enemy contract bas been let for a magnificent Free ice water will be serve to all wanting during the day '

i attached, and. -marked Schsd- uew' Roman Catholic. Churchin Visitors wishing rooms reserved Indian River hotel will give timely notice {
i.,k'_ ,.taIi .A.Th"."., fire; la,.fact, the effect of any Jacksonville to cost 9125,000. to the secretary of the general committee. .
canal that has for its object simply .
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cost ctatls through the Contestants for the above open sports can have their names entered by address-
t.t1te' .
:. the,carrying off of the waters of Lake log the committee. '
!;>!:: :inek'1and. frtt from custard apple Okeechobee without let or blndranct .
t:'> $'s 'fl.nps" or 'bajs, should not ncee4't. EAST COST MEAT MARKETl.r.
win be detrimental to the scheme ofreclamation. -
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':ielr''f, cents per". cubic yard to, con It might have the effect ,
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.; In dredging through custard .buiEl,hut,
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: otxdryiag the Everglades, but by dry- ,
nee BASE BALL
: Hk awpsk>tf cost.would, >e coa- 'thsmV
lag 4hem oule1.'Uln. .It is; a
t .-; \ .tMsrably, greaUr, 'say +from 10 to 11 '
perpetual .JDeD&et' to the destructionof Florida and ,
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:: ''algdl ptr cubic yard.Hs < the BvergladH by fire and theirUDProducUTenes. I ry .

t !. $r ...:', ..custard apple is. a. small wU4r..l. .' for 'want of water.In WesterilFats and Sporting Goods are

; :,\:.. 'fnrtt;t.tnI, Oat .grows in profutlomaraetd ':one case it will destroy them entirely. *

);' aid;tnt P shores bI'rutfozed'.lri of. Lake 'OkeechoVM : i In the other case It unfits them t Distributed to the trade in Florida exclusively by .
r"x ;: can plantinf far cultivation. i:

tkt lake, wall of.,the levee us pro Muck land, being a'pct, will take
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. ;!''i::;: ." < 'uA tsction also against to hold the'force the "pinch of the'' 'lliciotlipthat. waves. fire for'months and keep: Just on like burning an;old sometimes.sawdust of all Kinds. The ft & W. B. DREW CO. 3

,.1- "'."-;' \- : .,, : pile, and keep'on. burning until it Is an
k i : 'This Ii tat,only plan I know'of that burned';away. Thellrre; 'O:will burn' u TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

} :. tf iucestsfuny .accomplish tnt work. long'as there Is inythlajlefi to feed : .
:t,. ..Jcoutder.W the bat plan btcaustlit'fllUi' .
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upon and no watsr .to extinguish 'It. LOW RATES *
/'. tnt'",ulrementa:from: an agTteultnnsUndpr't If the Bverglades l" 'were perfectly Prices on the goods F. 0. B. Jacksonville are the

( for the success* trained'there .would be no liivergladelContlau4d.e ', charged in New York saving considerablein
same as
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1 ;; .' Tht'drainage of this muck hn< freight.

1 >< is .>>Merely :a', gnestiot the rt- o. wwte.a.ne.. Send for catalogue and sell Spaulding's Line.rrrrrrrrrrrr .

i- '::- aural el ,the water, bat, the control A complication of female troubles, RAILWAY '
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(of tot water;'as It is just as ntctssair with catarrhrof the stomach and towela .
1 ':'" to.supply a!;proper quantity of water had reduced Mrs. Thoa S. 'Austin, of A J A AC ttH..ille. Tenmud reVlUiOU -

TI .; 1 ;for growing .crops here as it Is in tot Leavenworth, Ind, to such a deplorable Tickets on sale June 17,18,
; rt4 west; !The question is ,'not ,so condition, that her doctor advisedan 'lit, 23. 24, SO, July 7, 14, 15, S. K. W ATTSLadies'
.y;,;" : operation; but her husband fearing fatal limited fifteen days. .Extension SepL30.111OtJ
t : muek. out of drainage salt Is of Irrigation .
.\ .- <, results postponed this to try Electric oatoagle, T nnn aDd re
1 fJ' both, being necessary In any Bitters and to the amazement of all who $16.35
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\.' '__of reclamation Tie Af..._ knew her this medicine completely cured July Tickets.S, 5 on, limited sale June Aug.29, 30 31,,

I : 1sTi small item in'-the comple1; her. Guaranteed rare for torpid liver, /MllwQke., Wto.; and Mfora. and Gents' FurnishingsDRY R

!J', 'mation::p(this land. .It U wen know kidney disease, biliousness, jaundice, $30.10 .
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: chills and fever general debility ner Tickets on 10,11,
*! that :Dslstakes of tnt gravest nature vonsneas and blood poisoning. Best li, limited Ang, 22,1906.' GOODS NOTIONS E
':c Uft' hen made 'by the,. drainage tonic made.: Price 50c at Red Cross P.....COT..d Ticket Offle ,

.:gr',; .companies;In, their earlier efforts by Pharmacy. 108 W.Bay J. St. Pho..743 Boots, Shoes, Stationery, Novelties, Etc.
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'-, it?, .out proptr provision being made fort Don't tell _.the apprentice District PaiMBier Agent Eau Gallie Florida -

t ,. the stone of -water for irrigation what to do, for yon once had to learn ,

< : :: '. purpose*.' These+ drained lands re all you know. f I

, It ;, quire a' ,great deal,of moisture. They Chamberlain'sColic E. L. BRADY & BRO.,

j-: present such large area to evappra- ; .; I
Or, (1. Uon and the trope that they grow do A FACT.
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' < 'Ii', Colic:; Cbdera & Remedy Groceries Hay Grain and all Food Products.
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j rheumatism can be- cured,with local ap- We handle produce of all kind We are tgenti for M .pe*'Fertiliser We deal exclusively oj
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Ct. i : Tea is the only positive cure for rheuma is seldom occastoMd by actual exist of a. reliable remedy for colic or and all Groceries delivered at jour station. E. L. BEADY & TnTmLU.'u. 4 .

:; /. team 35 cents. Tea. or Tablete.-- Ask your Lug external conditfcms, but ia the diarrhea at some time during the H :

d... ... .. .. great, majority of cas f. 'by a ,dial: year. AGONEH ,& CO., .1fiS
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(. I :Mrs WrnstowV'Soothing Syrup hast THIS' IS A FACT- by dealers who have sold k for ta pIe and Fancy Groceries Hay, Prairies': of liD 1 'Ddll, JJYEGEl'ABLES

f;' been mfcd mover sixty years bYlulhoDl wJlidl,1te dtBtDltra- many yean and know ks value.It .
'? ff>- 'ol mother* for their children white teethint baa'received thousands oftetfimonuk A SPECIALTY; .j':
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:. 7. ""lr."P. ingez'of the3preridentes. ,atte blow faiths primary, ; passed 3 'aid. was' : Smith the shippers_ were .oW4 :

",'t- .t'tff t i into'and'1Ultid- .- fie-.d."n rat ". ;Wen iMf.jjaiimli.Tsfio, "was.,considerednot day of February, JL D. 1898. ,by'a heavy. sea and. >terrUlcg. ie- send it to, other-parties. sad ter :

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'-'.: \matter lfiris call ra "Duly cord August 1st,18981: J I It
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.:'".,ti.loYeratnegi'atrcerehipott. the; ended ; .a close L was had to the hand pumps. The -
''ii''E' !' "and trfepbrtneliBei" is demsgdedjn tiny friends Dribs primary;won "[Signed.] 'Gxo. W. Bnvouie, c : t
.1t]"Htf" -. : > ]_rate. _bm 0 .'- ,, crew :worked valiantly ,through the Latter to Warmer& o, .
t.' ;.! .f' ;s reolntfon'a: Opte4 a.the late. Detest becauseTj>f'she:lostaese of the position Clerk. =,
-jf the pumps ,.aodwas'enabl d
'f" Jtt1'k.; 'W eraU' etate'convention. MM rat t Yankton: ten5wnicnvconv; jcedj,fr;;8w that On.'ibe' llth day of April; 1906, the nightat the Titusville FI*., }. !
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,,r.f'flj y.t.;:: JWhaew,.braid'of *tBepabtein the leant wait art convention,. Trustees of the L L'Fond sold to J Joseph to keep the. during Dear Sirs If you cowl ,pel be ex .

't ? cotiventiQD:demanding any tighte, 'for the :The sttte.. primary law ;must be amended Jennings.:59J980.acre of land in Monroe night and ,until 6 _a. m. Sunday;when elusive ate of I sweeter tags for f i.
7.lJ "t l; : ." '" 9r; % "L. mainland the vessel began to. list and sink .going miles oWI
,f1 1..Ji.7{ s' tl :at the next, IIe8IIlOOof tbelegielature county 0,0 the sooth of.Township round- Jib u tweet as a poaed ;

'..,.I'm._! ..'J'l-1" ..'.1. '.- .;..r.fl".".,. ;wr. _>_ -...-. ,. ;i #, Dd il| the.th&Dgesto, ,be, made :mnst: be 58, .at 41 1 cents i per acre, See'Book down at 6:15 a. m. usual sugar, and ;costs no'more-you'd' r :. _

.K i & ._, '-TJptc, ::,8hielair':yron the ,first'. round as radical'.if;the' system .is ,to:continue in laV' ," 500 and 670. A few momenta prior to the sinking, jump'at it, wouldn't you/ Ii .

I1j1; ?Sa f,..4 f ",.tbe ..boss 'i.'b'eo"- '-be"exposed. this. tate., ., r .i :On ,the 4th day of May, 1906,the said CaptAIn.- Phinney aided 'by the, crew., There wouldn't be 100 Ib of any otter ,., ,)

;ft'.". ; 'j 1i'be', _,$lth" ofttiepaeking: ;hoaeee.. ;" fmiie One' amendment that seem very. important J Joseph. Jennings sold' the same land to launched the yawl boat and Captain sugar sold in a year In your cotta;utd '0' i.

: i "-dent Roosevelt baron the second roadb -and_one that should by> "all means' Palgrove company a corporation organized Phlnney went aft, to clear away,the gobble the tradeand it wouldn't hurt

: #tJ, '. publishing,thejj ort of-the'filth: aneoveredf.bjrl be",made is, that every voter be made.to under the laws of the state of New skiff, .Intending to uSe both the. yawl your. whole business ii' I

,M fi r, rove tigadonIt' Is:'now"hordeandiohe' pay bis poll tax- ,in person, and that,the |'Jersey, at 1.10) per acre' See Book "V," and the'skiff for his crew to leave th? Devoe is like that among painUjUlr .. '
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t ::;aithepobtic .will collector be prohibited from receiving it pages 570 and 571, of Monroe 'county.J schooner. twice as sweet as some; i it l e sweeter tWo

.-B. .' witch.the:next',muck rake performance .from'' any' other' source. The. political records.. I While thus engaged,. the Cottlng- any; not one exception;ODe gallon la two t

.,;}..r.{. '."with, interest c _.' *.f*>*-.;..t.J'{" # J bum may be given two dollars" l to'pay .Now after the exposure of the sale of ham went, down, the suction' drawing or one-and-a-half or one-aud-tbrquutern. '

"1.o: r *" I his poll tax; but, most of them would lands by that- same board under the Wm. the captain all the crew and the" two .

lfttl Yt ,> ; .;The.sundry;til'appropri tion bill..ae"gyp' : spend it for.rum before they could get Sherman Jennings administration to 'wares. Better than that; paint has to be painted -

it:.passed::.the house/ carried an item of to, the collector'office, in which case- ', Barrs at 30' cents per acre, does it not boats under the ; 'that costs $2 to $4 a gallon. A gallon ,

\f"t.; x ,. ,|600,000 "for pay of officers and 'employees of course,they could not vote. seem peculiar and funny that the Brow. The skiff, with Captain Pnlnney saved is f 2 to f 4 saved in labor., beside ,:..
-- clinging to it, soon came to the surface i .
than skilled and unskilled labor I
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'It ere in the service of the government of STATE LANDS SOLD CHEAP and.it was then that the captain
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the canal ". .It cost$600,000 a observed .three of the crew hangingto .
'if' zone. year all state land -are worth more than a put-on wears u long as two gallons. put- t

.tf/},".f to rah the business_exclusive of' the pay Somebody Makes Nearly $35-. paltry $1.00 an acre. Does not such high- pieces of wreckage. The captain I.on at a cost of f 2 to |4 a gallon and two ; x

;11t.:' for. actual work abe isthmus and also Out handed public transactions give the clung to the skiff for sometime, when I gallons more put-on at |2 to 14 a gallon. of ,
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: :of the president's canal lone press hurt an, .. people of Florida full Tight to be suspicious he sighted a large piece of wreckage Count all that The paint that wears 1-

3R '. ; "' .which was. abolished. last. year. From Tallahassee True Democrat.Another _of them, and have a good right to which he secured and placed across double costs less 'by 3 gallons of paint :

"f.L ",. '. .' outrage,has come to light, and call for doing official acts in the open? the'skiff. His position then was much and 3 gallons of painting; that's about ,

s 1 <, r bti, ; Joseph Boyer, wtio,'purchases_the coal the people' of Florida have again been la there any reason why those schemers better,.but was still very"Insecure and |15 a pilon'or those superfiuoni gallons.That's : '

; ,I ': used by the engines' the Pennsylvania, flimflammed by nother'cheap sale of should'' not advertise the fact that they treacherous. as good u a double-sweet sugar.

t i ;,. .. < !Railroad! company, admits/that.he v : internal Improvement' lands at the ridiculously propose to sell public lands in a chunk, .Nevertheless, he maintained this 'isn't it? I
and' valued at : low V price of 4123 cents per I, Yours truly, ;;
1 1t cepted money more I and invite bidders on the same, eo that hold for more than four hours. About
-t., ,- than u" 000. three '.from.various' acre, and.. "history, has repeated itself'. i .F,,%C. DBVOE A Co., i
t'\H years < the etatermight derive tthe better price the sinking
; il4"- 10 o'clock, four hours after 4 New York. f
i f \ ;Y coal companies who gave him from three, attain in that the Broward I. I,board, the'la\d sharks get when they resell of the Cottlngham he sighted a P. S. Jas. Pritchard & Son sell oar pAint., 1' i1
,1 .i :to five cents -a ton'on':all coal purchased I have"followed in the footsteps. and If those gentlemen wish a few pounds 'about
large 'schooner, the Denison .
;' : i .' for the rail road jcocrpanyl In accepting! ,played};a; similar trick, to the.JenningsBarrslandsale of beef a little medicine or some' merchandise Weekly satires Upon.
' Mf' JI tier three miles to the windward. The
1 > l .' ,u:!j.I1, he explains, he,jraa, mply-'toilow-i ,, tnediflererceper ,for the asylum or some other u.DU'AUKUT 4G&1CVLn7UWKUJl. .
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% ": of: the*local acre in price received by them being only crew of.the Denison sighted what they HSUSXAU.Jcprrcx .
tf ::' ': :, ing ,custom And,. wane,, state institution, they with great blowingof
f ';, $!. 'ia... ..<:;' companies gotii back from4he,ordinary, 1J| cents per acre more, and below trumpets av r to show how much supposed was. a maIl about .the, same I ,Fr t., June 28. 1904.- jI

} f consumer. while 'charging it up: to.the. I the Trod Democrat gives its readers some they wish to project''our'Interest,,'when time, and jibed over in his direction. !I Comparative statement of temperature 'y
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{ >. '." .!.. ttiners. ,.- -' ,t startling information gathered, too, frorp I.they will insert'an advertisement invitingbids Heavy rainfall came oIl however and and rainfall for the week ending Ta ilta,;
. ,, 1006 1905MAX. !
'. '." '." d" .'..''Jr,, '-' the .record':bocks of Monroe county, and (this, however, after the)legislative* blinded the shipwrecked man from DATE. IUL liter MIX.

. tf ,: Let us Hammer which 'we believe will open the eyes of committee'rattled them bitalong towards view. The vessel kept In the'vicinity, lane. 0, 68 1It 73
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>.: t&-' _. BiehopPotter"JlltIm i h.t ckfr \' a 'bur readers &Q,,the desperate straits Gov the close of the last legislature.up )And, however, and at. 11 o'clock the captain 21.22. tl7 85 72 12 90 91 n 74

t. r'-.- hammer and' hisadmrnition'f ?,.in..Iam-i ernorV fppoleah.Bonaparte Broward and distinguished short distance :3. 86 161 HS3
.: ,. 'K -tV vr: ) again, is it not remarkably strange that was a .
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; 24. 88 77 78
{ e : 'S' ,met, .baJrimprf'! Hammering (well kept clouded Internal l Improvement board Governor Broward's I. 1:.board, which is ahead. 25. ti6 75 sa. 78

;, ;; .' op, will surely bring recnlts. It,will even have' at. last worked themselves into, in also the drainage board, will condescend to The.yawl was at once lowered from 26.. 86 76 87 7t
I othee United State that they have recent date- Total rainfall for the week. 123 inches.
: ." ; compel the president on a very
tt sell internal improvement lands at 41} the Denison and a man put out to Departure rainfall for the week plus S.SJ
;, to',see tha the laws.are:faithfully exe the llth day of April, 1906-eold to one inches
i: .' cents per acre when_he is proclaiming that rescue the survivor from his perilous <
R'7eu&ed.. Le tbe press of:the country Joseph Jennings 59,980 acres of land at Departure rainfall since Jaa. lat piss .
aril { drained Everglade lands will be worth perch. He was taken from the skiff 9.72 inch. ''f
f&f.-' .hammer, -; -keep fr *it' :up,.until* all,the UJ cents. per acre, and. which' tract of $50.00 per acre? And, be it'here remem and carried to the Denison, where he H. P. HA sot*. -
.
: ''rottt'nne',is" hammered 'ontol. the Republican land said :-Jennings, on 'the"4thday of Official in Charge.
bered too that those Monroe
,, county his pulled aboard by
and rescuer were
: party of trusts and grafters.All May resold to the Palgrove.Land company l lands 'are down 'close in that neighborhood .

: fflrr the exposures of 'rottenness:;and at$1 per acre, making in this I. I. and must be almost if not valuable means of ropes, the yawl not being FOB 8AUC CUKAf FOB CAIB.
I as able to make the side of the Denison. About 88 of good land
high
grafting have brought to tho notice land transaction! for himself and pet acres on
as'will'ever be his
great Evergladelands. the east or ocean side of the Indian river
;, of the public.by"son-officials. which haps his allies $34,933.34, which ,sum The yawl was towed behind the
Consistent is he not-he, bis at the Narrows, described M follows: Lot
l'rf shows that ,the, Republican pqlitica' and 'more should, dearly and veryreaonahly czarish board and their great legal advisers schooner, and Captain Phlney was at No. 3, section 35, alao lot No 3, seetioo

L r' machine will'never>\cleanse itself. and and very properly, have gone ? Now this Mr. once brought to Port Tampa.At 36, in township 31 sooth tame'39 trt.
outrage clearly places
;.;[ '' that the execution of the' laws" is. lax: into the 1.1. Fund instead of into private Broward and bis awkward the time Captain Phinney was This land is unimproved bat finely Ideated.
gangin an position For further particulars address
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f' although we are supposed to be govrnetlfI pocket; as the information gathered that must Deed some .satisfactory rescued another survivor was near E. !d. Low.

,; by a .lrenuous Administration.i 'There herein' clearly shows that an offer of explaining. If it is not forthcoming, let the wreck of the Cott1ng am. This I. Brockton, Haita.

i. .'. fore: i.e '.QOtele'nlalatjtltamnjer{ the dare still ore- fl 25 per' -"had been it be investigated along with the many man had to be left to his fate, owingto -

: lick i :Republican party; into political turned down ;*and refused by that same other funny things that have happened. the Impossibility of a boat livingin ENNIS & FORT

: 1i =t 'oblivion. Fanny"D in-PublioAffaireboard: bybona If they are' the pure' angels they would the seas.Captain .

; ti" :. .' fide citizens of Monroe county. have the people of Florida believe themto Phinney reports the loss of 1I'IiT _-
Lax Execution of the Laws
<- Below, "e' copy a letter we ,received be, no harm can' come to them from his log book with all records, and Is lark
,1\: The secretary of agriculture is obviously his week and some information from Repair
giving publicity to them and their of- therefore unable to give full Informa-
not in hi" the records ,of Monroe Read it
entirely ; sympathy with county. LTITUSVIL
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f. -.>. ficial acts, and they will not be in- tion concerning the members of his '
i t'. muckraking political boss for the passage ..hat'y u may ''form a clear idea of how .
. jured. If they have and are still abusing all of whom have: been lost.Among
of more'stringent inspection of the the gentlemen who are attending to crew E. FLA.
the trust the people have pat in them, lost Mate Haley from
the
r : meat industry. For in reply to a suggestion public affairsare dealing with the publicin are -
then at least, they should be voted from from Ja-
fn4 from Mayor Dunne that a conimip- Internal Improvement Fund and Alabama; Seaman Nelson
public office, and the time to begin rebuking Wagons made and repaired. Hone Shoring
maica, and a negro cook, Brown.Captain
Mon of pathologists I look matters
: appointed to drainage
Hi : them will be to vote down the specialty. Work from any part Indian
r- into the present methods ol beef;inspection Key West, Fla., June 15, 1906. Phinney very highly com- River or anywhere in the county will receive

' t t Secretary Wilson, says; that the Mr. John G. Collin, Tallahassee, Fla.Iy :' joint resolution they are working so per. mends Captain Willard Wade, of the oar careful attention. We stand the freightone
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sistently to fasten upon the people that way guarantee to give yon satisfac
laws of this.r.coantry.are more stringent Dear Sir-Rtcenily the Trusteesof Denison, for his gentlemanly, humane tion. Send oa Jour work. ,
they may continue to abuse and oppress.
.' than in any: foreign country. If the laws the I. I. Fund ,sold to one Joseph conduct in attempting the rescue and
I Should not an end be put to it all some
are so stringent,it is evident that the ex- Jennings, of Miami, 59,980 acres of land also expresses gratitude to all the
y time ?
". : -: I soon
J.;' .. .. ecotion haebeen lax sndtherein Mr, Wilson -, in':Monroe county at 41 cents per acre. crew of the'Denison. He is'not much BOBBINSQEAHAM

t! .L,'. and the president are to blame, for if' Jennings then sold the saDe land to the Dr. Toma Hojo other wise Knownas the worse for the ordeal from which

: _' .Secretary oniaootipableofenforcingthe Palgrove company, a New Jersey corporation Old Tommy Tiger one of the lead- he has just emerged. (

* .- law President- Roosevelt. could at once at $1 per.acre, making a clean ing and best known of the Seminole CO.
'r ". : remove.him and 'pPO.in8O e one who profit of$34,988 34. Nine prisoners made their escape ,
'_ < Indians, died at Fort Lauderdale Monday I.
. 1t. ''" is.a. mW. competent executive officer. Nothing like standing in witb the afternoons says the Miami Rec Wednesday night from Raspberry (Incorporated. Paid up Capital $25.000.00.

i if.4' ; There. are nearly 1,000 highly paid experts powers that be, is there? Park, Jacksonville's city jail.A This company owns lands
= : ord. He was a brother of Tommy
) H. '- whose.buy it is to inspect cattle The first deed is recorded in Book V, strong baseball team has been organized in the Indian River (ban-

.' f1r., 4 ':- and meat and inddentailyi of course,- to page 568 and the Palgrove deed is recorded Tiger, who died recently of the In Miami and it Is proposedto try,on the St.Lncie River,
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measles and his death was caused by at New River, and on Biscayne
' ." '." report, on. ,the, general cleanliness of the on the next page of the same make tour of the State. II
a Bay.
jt ,il ,.... ;enjployedHNot;eDe''of these book. Both deeds came to. the clerk's the same disease. He leaves a wife, I

* '-.?.' .."-..1.. ,' "JL--'. _+fj'ttrttQocted Uat. .r .t:.aaytbingin ofiWat the same tim one daughter and eight sons. The One thousand dollars' cost and six PRICES TO SUIT TUB TIMES :

": iras ;iroagia'tbeir!, department, 'or: 'if Citizens ,of Monroe county have tried measles are epidemic among the SemInole months' imprisonment Is the fine the Bend forladllaLOmcxuT

i f; abeJ.'t oi q..(. Yo to bay lands.of the. L L.Fond. and,haveofferaT Indians In the Eterglades, and Circuit'Judge gave those convicted at .

f'bie' ..p. hoI byte iber. $1.25' per,acre, and their applications many have succumbed to this disease the last ,term of court In Leon Countyof . t

v.. '-"..11.,. .,1 -1\,. .: have been turned down with the recently. ., .' running "blind tigers." THT8YILLE AXD"MI1MI. f
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._.;,.-;=.#_ret/AE.awlf'4Co's N.Ao. -, .'plant' --f.. art...........--.>.1'! .. .;Carr. ''haa.been. :.''. .,lmpdsoedthat. :. ,barges' (an :old one, .brought: from known Orange. 'cimi1"u. n now' if ,- !

, :.. .: lube,. ''; ti,J-u4rmaiea. ....... '-were 1->*found: ;;d. 'AriiselstttatatsstiirioW' woman having given Their'.-husband a Charleston by.thetug,. Dauntless sometime comes-,forward, and';;declares 'that.twO if gk:'-;:::

:-.r.' ": ..,..'<.."'".-ttt$aU.w.4_ ,?.ttsteMnheto ... ..;0. pistol'with-whichtokif.; ; :the' jailer.'Carr ago- and,left at Jacksonville for other.men from,the county .were:withhim 'It
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,:,\, .:", :;.,. -.",,,,,. ;. .**."--$*..were'- anIytitlpi fail. He has, been. allowed:'.to ,meet ,.miles.- above. Canaveral. Shortly body was' found,>and that::these two j

.'.'i,;::": .. .;' .appod'lunlt7. .... ,. ham tbe"Tk and:converse_ with )his. wife. At:one afterwards, the heavy seas J forced the men murderd Robinson and dragged' > '
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: :.v',- .eiieaesea,';:derojed; ..As' the, ,Jaw' of,''these, ,confabs, jhewoman gave anchoring, the second. ,barge ., .after., his body, to the, railroad, where theyio- .
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.:L fP.".r 3e ia TiD L ,1t 1 x byz oD:.b tb rrg1be;: f'l. instructed'to'.J t0'ittaep''' 'a..,; closer"..... him a pistol she ;had bought 'Carr which the tug headed- southeast .and, dispose of..lt.t.1t'"o ..appear a. T }

'.', lIr__ a irrsated'hndtw111'tieprosecuted; watch',a;inch "places': In the:fire.'he with this;'pistol, associated the. negro went'forty: miles below Canaveral and natural accident had occurred. This 'if "":"'.'

1':: j,ih"B; C; ;! r. court .,; local mansrer6oiArmoat. fad. boys with-- '. &. "ODe' of whom. ',was' twenty five miles to sea.. man'claimshe! : was an. eyewitness to :;

.k}r }Ix -4 Further .D;veiopments.! I Swift.. are. ;nnder'arrest_ :,".'!i+ < r.awaiting:; .4.-. : trial. .'.', armed' with: a large'tmfe.; The- other' .Fuel'wasrunning short, and the'tug the murder, and> that the two: murderers !-#t'fj

:; 1 i'trtherderglopment'tn the P IWI"lmeat : l: '' }. was possessed :of a' heavy'' .padlock. Was anchored until'.Monday morning, thleatend to take his life if .he', t.U1': tgave

t + :packers' dtnatlon'ire. toldtthe. jMiami's*f .. Court S3"'i BIII91yned, >, ..: :i Mrs. _Carr bad'agreed to call,CarF up when Captain Ross returned to the 'any,:information. He states" that\ '" i;"
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"-,.gr.tJO. ;. ..:. ,,':.,.. ..c Times-Union' .. _'. ,. "of"'_Sunday..-._ ; as ''Los: : ,15(*MiamiiHecortLV. r'Messrs. "\. .& over' :'>"":-4"the;; phone' .-', .Jackson. having fre- last barge.abandoned,and refilled ;thetug's he:has kept'the secret as long as lie7 .

".i .}.. ,.""'-.Z-r- '!:;l r".' n',t" '-'f: .'.Price .ft'.Rand- havevr6celved- fluently''permitted,' Carr.to' .answer' thephgae bunkers 'with' coal stored: on It, could, and felt.compelled! to'et it outIt =. ::

t :.t( :rSeveral carloads of,meats were.de-- a communication. cni" 'HOEU, : :FrankClark' at the summons of Mrs. Carr.MreDiffln took.the.barge In tow, and headed for, U said that the -accused- men have'. ,.

; ed ty>> _tt,:clty\uthorltle. yester- .;announcing. .< <.thatf' PreeidcniRojsevelt ; 'was to call about the same. Miami the balance of the trip being. fled to.parts Unlm trb. >
,ia "afternoon ; '" time, :and talk 'to her husband at ,the uneventmli: The Reporter tried '
; having been confiscated to get the -
"i. 4 ',. < had, approved the bni etahlishins Whea'Carr .' ..... '
t 'x',;\ when,,the. .Mayor'and..Clty_Health,9m.tf : sessions of.the Circuit:"andDistrict cell door. answered' tne The old barge left anchored. above facts.b1 phoning .to.the authorities, of.

I .: 'vmade..an. inspection, of L the. .coldplants << Federal, Court. in'this.. city. andthat phone.the cell door would have to be Canaveral Captain Ross is of the opinion Osceoia County;..but could do no.more ,
>'i J;/ t 1e' opened for ,him, and the:opening of
-t: of the: 'Armour. and it has become a JaW. -? Is notwrth'salv1ng.though it will than secure admission that the"

,: .T-f: packing houses; The'Presidential signature was proD- I this.door" would permit.Carr" and the be inspected oh the return trip to same' reports. 'are in circulation thereat .,

t 1.{ Ta.:'the; afternoon carts. were sent. .to ably affixed on Friday of lastweefc' i negroes. :, to.' attack. 'Jackson, the threeto Jacksonville ,after another tow. Both The Reporter-Star withholds th0. : _
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;Yt tlid paeking,house plants .and the: car, The. courts...will meet_ .in.:'this_ city onthe.fourth' use the knife, pistol and padlock. Captain Ross and Engineer DeMay are names of the parties. pending. furthervInformatlaa. > v
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1 -m-z1;pne4 on them:and carted;outcitylimits : Monday. of April of each pronounced in their praise,of the noble c .; _
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!J'botied.! .The"Mayor 'stated, that' the -- :. : conspiracy better and more able sea boat than A company of enterprising businessmen w:

t ilg packing[ houses.were not the only ones The Very;Ben Remedy ret{ Bowel" Trouble. the jailer took;hasty 'action. appearances and build would indicate.At of Live Oak will build modern 1 ;

i 4, : 1 ahitbe, had "received re'rts.about. ;. Mr M.F. Borronghe'an: old and .,well; The place .from which Mrs. Carr "no time during the blow were opera "house in that city: i

; ;. but /that, on.the'other\ hand._reportst' known resident,,,'of ,Bloffton, Ind., sage: bought the.pistol' was' ascertained, and they alarmed or in danger. The tug Fort Myers new ice plant, with a ,1 '
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"I regard .Chamherlain ColicCholeraand 'she was placed in a darkcell The;
$ : come to\him thattheiewere'' met Diarrhoea Remedy as the very best negroes and Carr were also more closely was well provisioned, and,; outside of capacity. of. forty-elght.. tons. a day, is:! r' -
.t\W:% chants;/here 'who'h ct. washed: spaDed remedy ,for'-bowel trouble. 'I make this fuel, was prepared to stand a long nearly ready for operation. V..-0-" ,>

.y -.,--1 vcorned.. .. beef. ,. doctored'it., : up with chlo- in statement my family.after for having'used: everal the years..lam remedy : .confined. siege of bad weather. Work on- Tampa's new crematory :. .3..

'. jMe'of lime and yetalledit, to patrons, never without it." This remedy U almost The Cudahy Packing Company: ,has v, has begun. The plant.will.cost in the

">'r'tAra: result of these disclosures and sore .to be needed 'before the summer is established a branch house at Key Call Titusville Livery" at rear of vicinity of 125,000, 'and will be thor ,

:"., Jwhat. : has.-been. found. In the cold- stor-' .- over.pared for Why"Dot such an buy emergency it now?and For sale be pre by :West with, a cold-storage plant in con- Leave Robbins'yonr.law orders office for, hanling for.stylish, both dou rigs. oughly up-to-date and 'suitable for x-

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;' GpWn"T4cbekThomPeon. GeorgeB "'" .s _$-,;: : t'1 of N .WI' ; -' -?"- -;-"; -';---. '33 .21.35 15 190PateiDu Addn. to Eaa Gallie...__._-'-. 21 27/37 0006. .
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:+;,i"j--. ,..",.. .,y.'>'"bave!\". nedaboard, .and Smith-.. :'Undirided.:1 Jnt,;in:;lots.1 'and E. I. Wm. B.Boesch__ ...__. Lots 2, 4, 8, BIk. C,1 esch's Addn :" ft t; '
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2 "" ".River' and oa i 1 h' they.':capture.. Lluie SharpeLot 5, BIk.24:Titaaville.M .;;;--:_--.:. 3 22 35 110 _< Eaa Game __.____..__.__._.__. 81 87 37 ,187.. !
': '" ; Blk. 26 tale-----: William B.Boesch_._. Lots 3 5 8 BIk. D.. Boesch's Addn. 1: .
'.f louerbehdl'twtle .weighing from D. W.Tuttle Lot 7. 22 35 173 to -.i <
: lYe" ; D.W.Tuttle ';:.:.. -TJ; 'Lots 4,A 8, Blk.. TitUfviUe._. 3 22 35 147 Baa Gallie.__.: _..:.:_._...__?..._ 21 %7' 37 187 '"
'W 100. to" 5 'DunndeMianilMetropolis_;: : A.8app"';.-;.: -?: :-;. :Lot 20 Bobbins and G balln Addn. .William B.Boesch_...__ Lots 8, 4, 5, 8, 7, BIk.. Roesch'j 1"t. "";.,.J
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J Frank Moore-..' __._ of lot 16 and all William RBoesch.- BIk. Eau '
1. r.w"' ir' ., ?; ajof lot 12,N. J F.. Boesch's Addn. to '
ji."):....... .; ; Dover. '. lot;17, Joynerville Addn. to ,Titus _. Gallie ___...__.._...._........__ 81 87 37 18 7, -."
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GaHicW .. .. Titus Unknown ___ __...____ E. ... _. ___ 83 87 37 .
QaIb' wbeq t yon" can ,core. itwJthBali ; .. .Lot t 88 Berdell'Addn. to .; 4 of S. E. hf S E. 580. I 57 5 i
d HorehoandiSyrap: rare core fort > fiUe<:__._...::__:. _.' ...__ 3 22 35? :I 79 Cynthia. A.Hull;-..--. Lots 10 aDd 11,B1k.12,Town Plat or 8 28 87 .. \ ;
i inflaensa and B. L. wnua:...:.:_.__ 4 A.'Des Deed Book 8, Page 159 _-...;' 4 335'' 4 198 Melbourne.___..........___. S 28 37 7434
!f" cootha bronehitU,, ; eroop Co B. Kenyon.-.:-':: ,W. 51 A.- of lot 3 and all lot 4.. ...___ 4 22 35 121 23 37 Co H.Commons _______ Lot 4, BIk. 20, Town Plat of Mel8 28 37 --
'' -ft ':paImoary?dleeteea Boy a'.bcttleian4 UnknownLots 8 and 8_.._.............-.__... 28. 22' 36 59 300 .bourne....___.______,___._ S 28 37 I lit I
,, j 4f..trJ it; ?B, .;B...Laughter,:Bybalia; Mian.. Woodward Tattle.; ...:v Lots 8 and 11.._,.______..___ 38, 22 37Jos.Belsinger. 80 ',300 H. S.Jones-....___.... Lots 1 and 4, BIk. 32, Town Plat of 8 28 37 c. ;
i 1.;:'writeK "I hate, two cbaldnm who had : .::.-..;. N. \ of N.E.I-.:...:"._--_--. 36 23 35 80 800 Melbourne ______..-._._...__.... 8 28 87 .154 :;-
>il.l'" "'croup.- I tried'manj different remedies, Woodward*; Tattle-.-, 8. W.'} of& W.-.----..... 18 23 38 40 173 May\S.: Lockwood._____ Lot A.. Bel. E. by Lot C. and W, by ;/', '
:az '>,' bat 'mum/=iat' your Horehound Syrup u Unknown: N.W.iofN.E.J.-.- ..........-..-. 13 24 35 40 173 Plat of 8 28 37 -:;
the beat ttxuth and medicine I ever Jnknown'---; &E } o[& W. J.._.__._._.._... 13 24, 35 40 173. 1 Melbournel48Town________J 3 28 37 -j8. 84 1\"
),! ..4 oaed." Sold croup Ba1l, DdDe &lbnghty.. Part of N. E.J of 8.E. \ Des. Deed. W. I. Metcalf______-.... Part of 8. E. J of a E. !, Des. Deed ...".'
.. -blRed CraM Pharmacy: : <* Book I, Page 105-.,---___;t 6 24 36 6 10.Jamedil. .M Book A: A., Page 40-____..______.._ 82837 }. 187 !
} c: :: : .' BrownN.: J:. J of 8. E. J and 1 A. on N. IIIde Elsie Patereon_________ Fart of a E.J of 8. E. J Des. Deed '
{i7 J_ .Tyoncoinmoaly; known uOId -' .of a E. t Of N.' W. 1........-...---- 6 236 41 803 BookY.PaI .233aDdN.l38...,., 3 28 87 L 4 W
i Jim/'died gear E. Hilbert.__..._... W. 10-100ths Ch. of a 18 28-100ths Mary C. Platt..._.___ Lot 2, Sabd. of N..W. 4 of a E. |.-..., 8 88 8T 5 8 N
,;ft" :Negro., Maxrille Cb onl:]0. | or8. E. !_-_---. 15 24 36 5} 203 Rosa A. Lewis_______. S. E } of 8. w. J....-..--..--...-...11 28 37 4.0'' 4 81...
,. -l 'o.Jhe..8tIi.ofWa;; monUi. He was a Levy. Smith._:_.___ N. \ of ,N. E. J and E. J of N. A. E. Valentine (Est. Lota and 8, Ex. 6 A. to B. B..______ 13 28 37 79 18 .10"
v Jbnidnd- at the time w |.,:"-... -.---..--...-.-.... 19 24 .36 160 432 A. E. Valentine (Est.)- S. E. J of N. E. | and N. E. i of -
1 fi l :and fife 7ear'-o1 Sarah T. Shippee__.: 2 Parcels of Land in Book 8. s., S. E.ET.7A.toB.-B______ 142887 78 6M

41! ;q of his:death;' ,At .tie,age of"seventyHT Pales 22 aDd M..._.__..__.______ 27 24 36' 12 4 57 Mollie E. Hopson___.__ All lots 8 and 3 and 8. i lying a .'
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f 9' t"- ,.J',,.:; he- was one, 'of. ,the] most powerful Pace In-__-.__...._.._........... 28 24 36 4} net 1, 2, 9. 10. 11, Hopson's. Sabd.
z f' min:0(. muacukr. strength in Florida, J. P.Seta(Est.)---- S. 17 A. of .N. 28 A. of N. W. i of and land to Howard ___...._.___ 24 28 37 100 1920

:4W 'Ibb : oands. 8. E. 1......;..._-.._..______ 28 24 86 17 745 E. Hilbert---......... N. W. # of N.W.I------------- 35 28 87 40 869 i
i aTerage. _weight.being 240 J.P.Sets(&t)_........ &29 A. of S. W. I of 8. Eo .-..__.__ 28 24 S6 20 380 N. Saunders (Est)._____ S. E. i of 8. W. J of N. W. 1........ 85 28 87 10 1 IS
i J; ;l"E' J. E. Spearman, _..._-. 2J A, Bd.' N. by Weinberg. E. by Annette E. Wilson-__' S. | or lot*_......_.................. 83 28 38 14 889
"':4 ..bel.1 tltome Moon,: a by: 'A. S. Dixon W. .byW. ._ Annette E.Wflson_.__. S. 3. A. of W. 8J A. of Jot 1_._ 84 M 88. -111
- r : .is 'nowmerely'' a memoiJ ofthepaH.Ballard's Bdr.ofloU --..--------- 28 24. ;36 ,21 273 L. K. Brainard_..______ a E. i of N. W. i and N. E. of aW. "
t 4 : Snow Liniment la the family G. W:Hawks ------.- 1 A.: Bd.'N. by N. Si, E. br River, ;'. J, Ex.. S. 10 A. to By______.__ 8 29 89 S3 9 98
1- a- ; liniment :of: .the twentieth century. 'A & by .Hanson's land and W. by C. A. S&egentrom._..._ N.9 A. of 8. 10 A. of N. E. i of a .. ,
a "* rheumatiem barm cote Weinberg ____-:-____.._ 28 24 38 1 440 E.l._._-____._.._.._,..-....-..._ 17 29 88 9 187. "
: {;. poI cure Mr., C B.,Runyon. S., W.Hoover.BeglD. at i Sec. post on &. &17. of C. E Murray---_____ N. W. } of N. W. #---.--..------ 21 29 33 40 2 60 ,... ...
\1 ;_::.. epitint, nearalgU...etc., ; lot 5, BwI N. 18 Ft' E. to Biter, Edwin Nelson.__...... Part of a E. i Des. Deed Book X .' ,
: 01f.a, Staaberry,' mO., writes. '"I .have S. 12 Ft. and W. to begin-__ : 28 24 38 1 217 Page:183.___..___-___...._____..._ 28 29 88 10 889' :.
t 1 clSDow Ligament rheumatism andall Unknown ..... .....-- N. W. of N. W. 1-_____..._...._ 29 24 36 40 157 J. P. Brown.__________ Part of a E. i Des. Deed Book A.
"" ; pain,. I. can't say enonth in. Hapraiae. Unknown __..____--__ N. W.I of8. W.*i .----..-...--.--- 32 24136 40 157 AH Page 17 .....___..____.____._ 28 29 38 10 8W ,
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i; ...:'w ; .". Sold by Bed Crow Pharmacy Unknown ----_---- N. E. !of N. W.'1-,.:..--?....-,. 32 24 36 40 157 Albert L. Nelson___._ N. E.I.__...._..._____.___...____. 33 29 38 160 71
, ", f": Unknown .__.__u___ S. E. } of& W. }._........_._____ 32 24 38 40 157 8. B.SmallwoodLots.._______,_._____________ 88 26 38 40 4 W
Unknown _.___.___ S. W. i of 8. W. i.:.._----.-.-.--- 32 24 38 40 157 A. O. Bnssell__..:__. All Ex. Sec. 18:_....___...___..___. 30 83 82400 100 41H. .
ti. t:' Shipments of cigars from Tampa for Unknown ..._.._ -..- & W. i of N. E. i ---.-------. -32 24 36 40. 157 H. Linnell_.____.. Lots 7. 8, 12 to 29 Inc Fleming .
: .'. t Stephen H. Miller-._ W. 50 Ft of lot C. Diion's Sabd...._ 33 84 36 102 Grant ..____......._..__.._--.__ 19 SO 88 100 881 "
1.t'i r '1IJ.1';;,: .the week.ending June 9 were 6,155- J. P. Seta ( ) --_ N.17 A. of N. W. 1 of N. W. }..--_-_ 33 24 36 17 157 Unknown ....._ _...._. Lot 8 and part of lot 4, Sabd. of lot
000 shipments for Estate of N. W. N. W. J Grant__.:.______._..
: t '!o-. ; previously reported 1. P. Seta ( ----- 8.1E A lof -------- 33 24 38 13 102 3, Fleming 2j 30 38 8 843
; total H. John Smith___...--- Part of NrKiof 8. W. Des. Deed Unknown ___.___ _..____ Lot 8 and part of lot 4. Sabd. of
; 'f the present year were 107,470.000; Book W W, Page 217_____...__.._ 33 24 36 61 5 21 lot 8, Fleming Grant In arrears

s };1>' r1 shipments from January 1 to June Morris Ambrose----- N. i of lot 7. Hardee's Plat of Indian for 1002, 1903, 1004.._._.___._____ 20 30 38 8 808
B. City?.??_____._...;_......._. 33 24 36 299 F.H.Allen_.__...._..__ Lots 1 and 2, N. 4 A. of lot 3, N. E. *
were'112,625,000 total shipments ofti .
; Preston Beaaly.---.-- All lot 14. W. of B. R.. Hardee's Plat 1 A. of lot 4. N. E. 1 A. of lot :31 '
the corresponding period of.test year of Indian R. City----_ 33 24 36 410 and N. 4 A. of lot 82 Fleming -
'> Charlotte Harris----. N. E. J of lot 28, Hardee' Plat of Indian Grant....._.._.________-._._- S3 30 88 !O158'
, f if>,. were 9 0d 15000. The Increase fa ship B. City----_.._..._.._.___ 33 24 36 4 10
f. -; moms .for this year up to June 9.jras22.HO.OOO. William Kindle -- Lot B, Assessor's Plat of Qcoa33 24 36Baymond 380 E. W. HALL, ,
. ."' .- : Eaton 4 Co-. All Frac'L...___.._..__ ______.__ 22 24 37 88 1319 Tax Collector of Brevard County, Florida.
: ., ',. Raymond Eaton 4 Co._. All Frac"-____.___..____._______ 23 24 37 323 25 91 Titusville, Florida, Jnne 1st, 1906.
Raymond Eaton & Co.- Lots 1, 2. 3__..___.__.___..._._.. 26 24 37 125 1319
r .1f'v....... Friuds Raymond Eaton 4 Ca_ Lota 1, 2, 3. ELI A. to Garter -----.-- 87 24 37 115 1701 .
z There many have usedChamberlain's Albert G.Shippee....-.- Lots 1, 2. a, 4...... ...._____u_.... 31 24 37 182 g 09
' ..' are people.who H.J. Smith (Est) .---- E.JofS.EJ-___.________________ 9 25 38 80 224
; Colic, Cholera and That Sarah B. Wynn ------- N. 11 A. or 8. 21 A.of lot 1._..___;:_. 14 25 36 U 2 69
t rboea Remedy with splendid results, Geo. T. Smith (Est) .--. Part of lot 1 and of N.W.l. Des. Deed r

1I. ;_ bat who are unknown because they have Book F, Page 738 ------.....-..... 15 25 36 10 23 06
1it#' hesitated.abont giving a testimonial IDes E. Smith_._____. Part of N. E. J of N. W. i, Des. Deed
: !' their for There *' Book B, Page 179 15 25 38 2 132Sarah
experience publication. ------ ------
' t 1 people, however, are hone the lees friends B.Wynn_-- Part of S. E. }. Des. Deed Book J. J.. The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Go.

:: 't.: of: this remedy..They have done mach Page 209________._._..._..__.__ 15 25 36 13 23 Q6 ,
G. 8. R.Bnlkely-.--..- Lot 4. Ex. to Packman and School ) 24 36 !
toward it household
: making a Plat of Georgiana- [ 19 25 37Tnknown. 14 745 E
friends ---------- !
their personal recommendations to ........ --- 8. E $ or S. E. I ----------------.--- 35 25 36 40 134 f
.fit;: and neighbors.' It ie good medicine Unknown -.--------- N. E } of 8. E. _____..._ 35 25 36 '40 134 MACHINE SHOPS ft
,- have in the home and is widely known A. S. Dixon_.______ E.. } of lot 10, Cocoa Beach Association -

.: .' ) for its'cores of diarrhoea and all forms _..__-__._.__..__.._._________ 26 25 37 164 t
.;ftf; of bowel trouble. For sale by aTl druggists yoe.Bauer_.._..__...: Lot 8, BIk. B. Cocoa Beach Imp. Association
and : dealers. _______.____---..-____ 28 25 37 299 I r
medicine
J\; Hrs E L R. Wilson___ Lot 3, Blk. E, Cocoa Beach Imp. Plumbing and Metal Work

; Association....-...----.... ....._ 26 25 37 98
!;. 't.. Professor', .W..W. .Hall, late principal Chas-Thela --.-.--.. Lot 4 BIk. E. Cocoa Beach Imp. Association [
T': '- -.--._.....____________ 26 25 37 98
:'., of the Miami.public school has been C.H. Williams Estate- 8.'7J A. of lot 4___1__________.___ 31 25 37 7} 491 1 BUILDERS' HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS [
elected president of the First DistrictAgricnlturalCollege Gtp H. Gates------ a 80 Ai of lot land all lots 2, 3, 4-_... 35 25 37 114 4 91 t
.. :at Jackson Ala. National Ramie 0>>.;-... w } and W Jof N. E.l-_... __..____ 126 35 467 1106
Miss Louise M. Alline.. W. i of N. W. i and S. W. \------____ 13 26 33 240 11 81
I A bond election for $7,500 .has been B. Stewart Est...__-_. N. E. J of N. E. }_--_____________ 34 26 38 40 1 57 Agricultural Implements
.. in" West\Palm for-the a P. Gore______._. N } of 8. to 1 of N. E }----_,._____ 34 26 38 20 157 '
, called Beach '
; F. A. Houston____1___ '8. } of& E } of N. E. (leas 7 A.).... 34 26 36 13 157 ,
c !building of additional sewers and the B. Stewart (Est).-..- N. W. of N. W. }___._.___..._.___ 35 26 36 40 1 57
: : paving of additional streets 'The election F. A.Houston___._.__ a W. } of N. W. }.leas 15 A..________ 35 28 36 24J6J 157 SANFORD, FLORIDA .
s. K. E.Pierce..--------- Part of lot 1, Des. Deed Book L..

. .. will be held August 7. Page 141 .____________________ 66 37 3 299 i
;fli :- 8. Carpenter (Est)-..-- Part of lot .1, Des. Deed Book R.,

Page 255 ---..-.-.---.-.-.--.-.--._ 828 37 354
:1.1'' .'IIiI" ClaraNMoeea.__... Lot 2.._.____._._______________ 18 26 37 50 715
,- John Aspinwall _____, a i of lot 1 and of N. E. } of N. .
;;.jt. E. } .. __ 22 26 37
i't.iE ------------------- ---- 62 521
.. John Aspinwall __. 8. of N. W. J of N. W. i.__..__.. 23 26 37 26 269 ,
.;":, Mrs. Agnes E.Daly...- Lot 1 or All Frae1..__.__.___...__.__ 29 26 37 85 1384 .
.jJp Wheeler (Estate) ...- S. } or lot 1-________________ 30 26 37 22 4 91 =i =i =i =:J ......
4t: .XII. Agnes E.Daly____ Lot 2 and.W. ) of s. E. L------___ 30 28 37 138 715
4.i ''Kn. Agnes E. Daly_.-__. Lots___; 30 26 37 71 715 ONE PENNy.. ...
;; :Win. MeCafce....;.----. Lots and 4--9 27 36 73 1161
: WnxMeCabeI. ..--.. W. i and & i of a W. i of S. E. liii Will bring to yon a very handsomely illustrated

!"' ., |..--------- _____u____ 10 27 36 310 834 catalogue of the most rapidly developing college .
W ..;., Do Yandenhorg.'nknown. -- W. i of N. E. }. a E. i of N. E. I Jill in the south. .
. ,' aDd E. Jof N..W. 1. -..----.--_ 27 27 36 200 521
:c' .._____ Lot 1___._____.______-________ 8 27 37 29J 157 j Young'sFemaleColleg
.' H.H.White _____.__ S. J orB.W.I___.___________ 12 27 37 80 2 69 I
'>1.'.'i. y< asetastattb.ntihatertlstI s. w. Add lOD Maberry-- 83 A, Des. Deed Book N, Page 13 27 37

" :l' ::;, lnslrtsW a.ssb W 142.----------..----__.__. 14 27 37 23 634 THOMASVILLE, GEORGIA .
?; S L.ss_ rands an bm eh aoe Rachel Scurry (Estate)_ ,Lot 23. BIk. B. Town Plat of Ean Highest Curriculum Steam Beat Electric Lights

tr t sMlAtMain YbR a oR Gallie : ___ 16 27 37 410 Fifteen Specialists in Faculty O ymwulnai,8wiaual..g fool,
ter. ta.r.et..etit- George GoK1a _,-.... Lot 16 Blk.1 Town 'Flat of Ean ; Broad Degree mud Certificate Cannes: Bowling Alley *
J. M,., '". .n ; ,. Gallie or ...:-".-__. 16 27 31 634 Music sad Eipreulan Trained K....sad Physical CaltanDI-
!,r i. t.. Wis AdaLBoesehtpart; of Iota J ud a. n...,Deed Book New Bnildinc, Newly Fvraisbed rector U HOOIM -
'r tR8 & iH' 1-t R.: B. Page '252,' Hk. 8. Town BEST CHRISTIAN BOBS IH1XUEHCZS

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:::,. ,,c',-.Illeua,:ot'dofars.Thereae,nothIng-in :As to:. then effect,.of j fay"drafnagt would, -require"* 40--''months. .,.to, construct, =- JR Ik o'!

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,: ,|n>at'.than i' .wat r., It holds. ;more latent. ,district surrounding'Lake Okeechobee .Thlsvwould:cost about '2 centi;per Remedy forConstipation. ,. 'i f

.,1','.-?'1 l6lttc: ;: than: "'anything""elae' .we" hare" ; ,and on'thfr: North, East and West' !,no system ya &rtforshoTeI: work, or' 1,410 per .Sour StoEkhDiarrtoea, '

;J<' '1i; "t '1t"'<3i:"a.";..thing sire''should, .*'not' .loses ''that,was confined to'the*lake'and inile;"or. >",;1 2.800 for.the 80, ,inlles.w Wonns.Convubtons.Fevenshoess For Over* I f. :

l'.i'.ff7.. t-.otl'i'lJL- "4.' ;l'f lt ',.. Everglade-.would... have'the;alighted. Transportation of this,material from ondLoss, OF.SUXB .

? .t, Aant?has;kepi',in touch with. tier effect beyond; the" neat', neighborhoodof the.pine.woods by: railroad., ',The,first TacSiaile t
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;( rt t atdllae toe'the drainage of. the Ever the. lake and possibly, the/strips 20 miles from both ends would requireone :

Y,,: :r-f.Jti4ee1now being: contemplated'and< of marsh bordering the Kisslmmee andCaloosahatchie.Rivers 'train :to carry away the material "," Thirty: YearsEXACT ,
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problem:baa'not been mentioned,,and Creek.' v cost of 2 cents per yard. The second

:,pfltt..is.of the opinion'jthat'If.,the:plaaa>> ', !The'surfaceFwaterwillremain'' onthese 2Q miles would require two, trains at ., s

dfec>assed'aiecarried,: : .out-the',reclafMaUomof : =Jlat\plaeiwood: lands .and 'pralrles"and -- double the,cost of the first.

f k f ."the'Evergladei.; !; win not : ponds;swamps and, sloughs. This would make the cost of the 80 CASTORIAe,4

:::' t fib.:accomplished! ; but, the Glades:;wffl .I,until'tiereaie'altlScial.drains. made miles 1169,200. COPY OTWBAPPEB.

'; 'r-, abe 1iuin8clru, :ran;'igrlCUltaraloropo, to.cartJta"a1.:where there:are nonatural The dredging of the canal In which

.i-:<'": .', '# (ones,;and no.amount of drainIng the sand goes at 2% cents per cubic aana'a__N.Y. .cw roan a T

f; iJ.altlOD. t,doei' {think,that any com. below 'that will'have any effect l'I yard would cost $1,762 'per mile, or

i': l}areensive,' Burver of, the territory unless;the:draining' Is done locally in 'I $140,960. for the.80'miles. .

_ 5t J.---been',made, nor.any( compreben5jJreplanofthe :that particular 'spot. This would 're'auIreT The cost of the railroad would. be

; theEtwliotebeenhaid a;perfect net-worklof of surface about $4,000 per mile, making 320000.

.Jrl'Ia4 ai V ; .,ditches and drains,that:would;have to The cost of the dredges may be putdown
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't S'i, fut.*' .if tie entire limits at $8,000 apiece and two of them Railway

'{:1lifocesn'" : canal ,brought' in from the drainage district, would be; required.

running I This statement applies equally to The two shovels would 'cost about
) Jf'Lake Worth, South of Lake iIi .

_rW pkeecbobee, butnoUnto.itand, run- within that part.the of ':Lee County embraced $..000. apiece, and .the' trains about Local Time Card No.J6 In Effect April '16, UN.

sing acroM_ 'the';Glades' to, the pinewoods drainage district $5,000 apiece for the four trains re
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water TUver, as that'rlYer'8'oon gets No.89 No. 29 No.:78' Mo.98Dtllj
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and cut off, every particle' above the level of; Lake Okeechobee, Levee shovel operating Dili Dally1282pm y .. Dally
south of :that canal, thus absolutely
; and\ as- soon as I it' ,gets above that expenses. .$112,800Trains 6 Ipm' 920am Lv..".... .??_._.Jacksonville......! Ar 7 :5pm :5 6m
= ,and completely taking this supply of 6 OSpm 92Sllm "_.., .. &JuthJacksont'UleMMLv lipm 7am
> water away from it. This would.drain level, nothing ,below that affects It operating 7 30pm 10 40am II..___.St. AngUJ>t1ne. __??. .. II 15pm 7 f1)am763pm
,:* at all expenses., .169,200 lllb8.m ____ _.llast1ng3..___....._ 6 Btpm : gm
l, those lands South:of .this canal,' but, 8 08pm 11 s.-lAm II ?._ ?._ East Paath....___" 5 20pm

would also"ruin:them., A.canal'along There Is no- reason in fixing an ar Canal bed, operating 8 Bapm 12 00 m .J.r.....__.__ Palatka ,?_?.? ??._Lv f 6Spm 6 C am743pm
.$ 1 ; route'75 bitrary line where the drainage lines expenses .. 140,960 11108m l.v_.__._. Palatka?.____._._.Ai 545pm 6 63tm925pm

""" ,this feet wide'and' 12 feet are now run. It is either Cost, of railroad. .. 320,000 __ Ar__ _.._.ian.Mateo__. ......N. Lv..._____ 315&m 4
'!:Ml 'deepwould cost.. approximately a State .I ___"_ I 515am Lv..?_..____Pan Mateo _____.A.rI 25pm __M._
.ii-f t '140000000. proposition, .or it is a ,Drainage District Cost'o dredges... 16,000 90t>pm Lv....__.___Bunnells___._ .Lv .4 30pm I 5 Sham
.",., proposition affecting ,only the Cost of shovels. .. 8,000 914pm948pm 12 40pm __._____Dupont-??....___" 423pm366pm 530amBOOam
_ -i i_ A canal from, Chancy Bay to st. 113pm _._____ Ormond_ _. '
'v ? ;be' possible' but lands ;that, ,area drained.: If it Is a Cost of ,4 trains. 20,000 10 02pm 121pm _____. Daytona .._.MM.M.."_" 3 45pm 448am ..
fir: 'Lucle'Riverould State, proposition; then the 10 13pm 36pm ,.______?_. Port Orange_..____" 335pm315pm 4 37am.
:hot practicable It would certainly whole 1035pm1110am 200pm441pm Ar__..__??...._XevrAT Emyroa: ___ _:'_" 4 15am 3

:$ "be 'mischievous hilts conceptlori'be State should .be included In the drain- $786,960 : -----..- Lake: Helen...??..__.__lLv lOupm1250pm 6 15pm '
4 ; late district; H'lttis' not a 'State affair Add 20 per cent for 1128am1140am 4 55pm500im Orange City.---- _?.j" Wpm
< :cause of the'' useless cost,; to begin I t'-'M---- e City Junction ---...-3" 12 45pm S 60pm
: ;. ,'thenjt,should be, confined strictly : contingenoles..157,392X944,352 .__ ._ .... 405amSSRam
: jf with,.and the'absolute absence of necessity 10 45pm 2 10pm240pm Lv New Smyrna. ?_ -Ar 305pm
_ f to the reclaimed area. Add 10 per cent 1110pm '" .._?_..._?. Oak Hill?___.,__L? 40pm .
+ .for=itsexisterce: and ,would 'The lands within the Drainage for contractor's __11 Mpm 316pm AT" _.? .._._:,_Yltusvllle."_._.._.._" _.. 205pm Guam
'not what is ostensibly District 11 lOam 5>> Wpm ArL.. __._ .$ __.___. 11 65am 880pm r
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accomplish -
4 :. : 'outside of the Everglades are of profits. . 94,435 30pm il 5.rmra Lvt____._._.._.Sanford__.____._ JAr Wpm it loam ...
is make the .
:\& beinrattempted, that, to ,, a varied character r, and comprise-sev- -- 11 Slpm 16pm L>___._____......Tltosville ___...__Ar 2 05pm OOam
?'if' 'Everglades productive, and I hold that 12 Slam 361pm II ._Cocoa..._____.L? 124pm 22:1am. ,
aimed 'eral classes, pine wood high' and Total cost of finished 12 Slam ,3 64pm422pm I. ..."_....__... _..Rockledge......___" 20pm a item'
5 at.' If the Everglades are to be madeE' : cypress swamps, bays, I' 4 30pm h ____??. ._elbonrne__._II 1227pm1162am 1 37am -
: .. prairies high and low,. and :marshes. 166am248am 5>> 10pm -Sebastlan__ ____II 1263ami2onrt
: r productive, then such drainagewill not OOpm _____.St.Ll1rle.. .. II 10 8am
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accomplish what it is ostensibly being 'That'part' of Lee County inside the SAND PUMPING SYSTEM. 805am880am 6 15pm _?._" _..Fort Pierce.__.._._...__ 1050am 11 65pm1119pm s
Drainage District Is composed chiefly 6 STpm II 10 17am
i. undertaken to do. The cost, of this 3S5am840am 6 41pm _____ Eden _M____._. 1911am1008am 1115pm '
of flats pine woods, Interspersed with will 6 4ipm _..;._...__ Jensen ___ 11 f1lpo
'' and it That require ?
.canal would be very: heavy, prairies and some marsh and about 10 pumps at a lam 6 67pm &to&I1-?__.._.??_." 10 OOam 10 50.ci
:ftrJ would be the most expensive of any many a cost of about $7,000 apiece: two 420am 723pm740pm ". w M..M__llobe Sound _.____ .1 Slam 10 ?pm:
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bodies of cypress, Including the Big 40am ;; lti eat Jupiter 91Sam84iam pn
': 'of"the. 'route'* that are under discus- dredges at,$8,000 apiece. Cost of,operating 615am563am 8 15pm "?.__.___West Paw Beach__..._.:.. 9 :wpm '
"\k 'alon., This".route was surveyed by the Cypress. North,of the ,Calooeahatchie dredges'$1,762 per mile; making 5 4.3am 8 41pm940pm ..."______._ Boynton M.________ 820am 901pni I I
; River consists mo&tJy'or prairie, with' 8 lJpm ____Defray __ .. __ 12am 8 Wpm
late CoC 'James 'M.. Kreamer,' Chief .$140,960 for ,the 80 miles. 6 4X&m _____,Fort Lallderdalc."....__...._ 7 dam 7 M)pm I
bodies of flat woods, pine timber scattered 667am 947pm "____Dania_____" 719am Wpm
Mfr Engineer, of the Company in 1882 throughout and cabbage woods. Cost of ,operating sand pumps, ,2K 7 Clam 9 ClRpm .1 _____._naUanftac.______._ .1 7 0!elm 739MU =1
*. cents 733amT50am 10 ._.___..Lemol1 .___"
_. and rejected by him. per cubic yard, or $2,464 per 20pm C1t1. 643am630am 711pm
"tii. ', was On the West of ,Lake Istok-Poga the 10 30pm ArM___ ..___Miami ___?"?...?._L, 7 05pm "
jj>> An ocean canal, from Lake Okeecho mile, making $197,120 for the 80 OOam Lv ___ \ _..:....._._ OOpm
..'bee>> styling. at a point about:12 miles country is South very six high townships and scrubby inside extending miles.' 1030am ... .. .. Ar._-_..._-._wUomestead"-.._____ ..4Lv _____ 123Cpm

'South: ot Pelican 'Bay, to ;New River a
the district East of that is rather Recapitulation. Bnffet Parlor Cars on trains and 73. Buffet Sleeping Cars on trains 99 and 93.
the'East Coast. would be 52 miles J Daily except bunday.N '
'on low with lots of bays Jill you come to Cost of pumps,.. ...$ 70,000 t

in :length., This .route. was surveyed the KIssimmee prairie extending to Cost of dredges ... 16.000 ..23 Na.18 I INo.le' I f Na.24
i_ byone'lathe"summer of.1892, and the Sat.and. No.21 ...'' ".... No.18'No.20 Nfl.22 Sit
;, the river. In Osceola County within' Operating pumps.. 197,120 Dally MAYPORT BIANCH. Drill and

I :estimates showed;thatthere; would to be be the district the land is nearly all prai- Operating dredges.:140,9: 1424,080 Son.Onlr. Daily ::a.Dall,!Daliy Sun.Ea Dilly Dally Dally Sun.Oily
rock
fourhniUion cubic'yards of _
: rle. Then you reach the high ridgeof Add 20 per, cent for contingencies '
removed at the South end, the remainder 9liOp 64.Sp flop 20Op 10008 Lv_ ._..Jacksonville __Ar' 70na 840ft lOOp 600r0! 920p95sp .
pine timber known as the Fort ... .. u....uu, $ 84,818 652p 51'p'! % ..< 65ii 832a'1252' 5S2p' 9l'p
Samples of,.this ?
..being muck. O-'IPI0o..a//l" __outhJactsonYiIle..Lv/
z Drum ridge, dividing the KIssimmee 1030plOSiji 7 Jp! / 620a 1O'a'1:2'p: ri7pI84)p>; i
to, numerous dredge 7?'? :;5. P: __ 61>a 7ru121G1ip: BYp
:reek/weresent ---- :
71 the basin from the St. Johns basin. This $508,896 10)1' 7 rp'6luj' >: 3 OOp 11 Qua Ar. Mayport-..._..... _Lvleoru I I740a12UhSGp! Rp
but I have ,never heard
builders
1 enters the North boundary of Add 10 per cent for con
"" result I doubt, however that the ridge PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL( STEAMSHIP!! CONNECTIONS AT g!ASU. '
the the district about the range line be- 'tractor's profits ......... $ 50,899
is
tom' favorable, as rock
; reports were tween 33 and 34, and extends Southeast
so'hard'that It will batter the pole of Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Com erJ for
to Jupiter in Township 41, a dis- $559,785
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an W&I' also rejected on the grounds : The length of time
Is here broken by a'cypress slough required for this .

expense.: Without having ,data on below which continues down the work would be 30 months, the plant Two Sailings Each Week.
should the cost,of this ; ; '
: Judge
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; hand East coast to below Miami, a distanceof completing a mile every seven days.
,t :canal' would'approxImate $250000000. about 75 miles more. The natural The muck buttressing would not be Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers.
ocean'eanal from Lake Okee-
:An drainage of the territory Northeastand expensive, as the material excavatedfor These Time Tables show the times at which trains may be expected arrive at anPJ er ,
the
'chobeenear"the1Rita River, to, from the several stations,but their arrival at the times stated In -"
East of this divide drains Into the the bed of the levee could be departure not drenuy4
&Ter the;[Southwest c coast not is this Company to be held responsible for any delays or any cow.equenceud.-re -:'latr\.1.
Shark
:, on St. Johns River and Atlantic Ocean. utilized for facing, and the*20 per
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... ....... r .. cent For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
contIngent.
t If your stomach troubles you do not On either side It Is flanked by -esUmate- would cover

conclude that there is no cure for a greatMir cabbage woods,-,_ prairies, marshes, the;cost "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
'
:have wen permanently cured by ,
I, ,Chamberlain's many .Stomach, and.Liver Tab- A Teiaa Wonder OAB'1'OR.A.. J. D. RAHNER Asst. Gen'l. Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTiNE, FLA. '

itete..Try them they are certain to prove There's a Hill 'at Bowie, Tex., that's tit Kind Yw Nat Atop fought ,
beneficiaL .They" only cort' a. quarter. twice as big aa 'last year. This wonder dsan 1Ioo.. Do You Want to Know All About the

ff' Sold by all druggists and mediae dealers. isV.. L Hill; 'who 'froai: a weihUI90 8fpmzt

!:",..,.!, pounds baa grown to over ISO. He rays: t EAST COAST OF
4;' '' Cabs'' h riored' herself in honoring "I Buffered f with a terrible mngh.'and -. 1 FLORIDA? -
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<>: 'I' Gomez,,' __ doctors gave .me lip to die of consump NGLl.4s's i ':1 _

*: 'New COM for apttepyqJ tion. I WM reduced to 90 pounds whenI Rocky, Mountain, ,Tea NuggetsA Especially regarding Fruit Growing,Trucking and r

began takiRyDr.--Kings: New: Discnv.ery General Farming? If so, subscribe for tbe........... '>
,, ..,' 'RWatSrmanr;; of:Watertow,'0':, for conaomptioo, coughs and colda. Itasy Ma&iu ti Bolj P cpl..

1- '>' Burt: tree'delivery,.writes; ":u-J ciao a b. Now, after taking 1$bottles, I have more achy Qoldaa Ectldt, tai,Baaoved Vigor. FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER. =
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.... of 'fer, afflicted for years with''eniW.'was than' doubled in :weight.>and am com A specific! for CoaatJpatlon, IiKljE rtJon,Lire ,
TroabSe .Pioalei. tfitaa.Import
x .>,aaied by Dr.Kinjt'a... New Life PnJLShe eared.. Only snreaeough and47o141y0o mood. Bad Bteathda* He idre he PRICE 25 CENTS PER ANNUM.: .. .
"1:5' 'hsepelbadari .J.fir 0" ,.. t lteed! big iledCroeePhJi. udBadocte. It'al3acky IWu>btln Teals+ tabr j
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"' ;;.0.:' :'"".'' "... :. ,,' .t..,' """(';";:."",.t_.;_.:"'l:D' IStKOTBS- tnooth of J the Eaa Gallie','river arrived i loot. and:;reviewing, last.. (,week's.' : .. Lpia
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& .:> I': -".'\"l;; j d.;-, ,,,,,, ,, _: I obadittoniathe"New.York Packer. ..a Swell. Ready-Made Clotlilo s : ; >
&: ?"' ; {. !,,""" .;, :/ < ,, -. ,...., .""""' ="..,.: "'. thin week and are In the t uildiag.Fieb :. -. -
c ? '!.oA..". < > <"" '"> <' J-f; t "" "The demand ta : :
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.,..,-:".,t.Nm--ii-"< ?"1., c'M.; I.. P K i"i.!'. :;. -caught:;-! -.og4he&wn.*river.-- ''"' ."' 'f. :daayof;_ the ;pines: are' going to SCHWAB CLOTHING( CO. --' ''"' J-r-"" -

,,_'-,..i-....... ....,.,...t.,..i'. ;t-.t:;=aS: gKffe,....1.>", ._,>< ..:_"".,, ;;:;.'-,," :. ,,_....,.._. ,<.,,.;i't" ; ..fensi'' onIbdian..,<.,-" ,;,nverabout- >?*. tenor: ''' ;points. ',:,.,;'and., Cuban. stock. '
-< '" ,- IAnrexptodon : Beady-Made for
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N..;'.;,"". ";} ... y.WM. *.. ** ,,, t. largely! supplying; the: trade;here., .
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.: ';"wr#. L xweste'juMpeac ea"knd'eaierwel.. I' located'pp lo'the timeoT's 'this : cue'deal. progresses, .,Havana.plnea. $1.50 tO RIO. 'all,ilea _. : 1.;

"::;;\;}:,':;;rlotla': g sad tleovery"boi'ircatber. 1R .ci'. '-.._..:.,:-a'iI'.. ""'..>""" Y-.-..:4>.l'..,iII[writing,",."., ... -- '>K .,.ar. snowing.. up in a poorer condition,,. .... '- t;
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LMr.H uome ,' JT Sash is of the EauGallienreit'aietTbiemnet KNOX, STETSON and : t
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_ '- % 1j: "'t,:)Itre'r"Robj;Sa d ni"of 8L Augustine.' bti'n li i,:'ai (has: banged Hands_ long. There were about' 75fOOO ; $1.50 to $a _"'-if-. -

:. ,......s,5iav....... t',...!.isiaihngherwsiner, : .. ,. ...;.'Mr, :: Ed. f"" r'Good._ trees:tinieewithIn". 'iw7r. ,, of Havana pines in this.week, andrxelpta r ,; ." >s
..."" '", '" '-'"""1''< --" -j' ::; ".;' n, t-r", '; .. \; "".- 'are running regularly r= r=JfF1fr.=Jr=JrJ 4.

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"s""' .''' !;}.-I',;,. '' Mr.''aadMrs.' +" ; '' to.. ftvvaatloia; In ',fie.bllleof Georgia. ; .;
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? ; : the Arrival ofanotber. The colonel baa'beeu: tinder. the weather. made J p ; ,. Ek."
'> t..&> > ",1i';" biaboyM: !.r Jr .-;,#a?;' ""'j'{:f.,1.>;[< } or: .,i,1r-. J.. /", )'.yarn. ..-.,_abtVtluusual. <* |2.50. .to;;,2.58 'for' 24s. ,-'U.3S'..to. ': t i r--3 to $6.50 '_:i,

't:;:! Jf l-1 "< ..; rite ** Y '- for 39s..I2.to 2.25 for 36s-and "$ ____ 0
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..i- ,;t&1' k;j >>;Mr;? .. Hc. w.. letofbmpt''t .. m6D1f of baptism was gjvento =c -- : I '
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.71':a ,_}Jf.: f Doao" to'attend:: to: boldness::: connected, ; '.aeieiil.rnew'memDen i of the :iBaptist to:IJL90 for 42s. The,prices as r 'QUEEN Q1ULITI"Fine .. .. ;: "
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";:-{-i--'. }; ...W. t.- ;r":" Mrr.tr.-:'=:'Ci :;;.t a:'? !2windali( ';(,'who.ha iW : gelr:conducted the aeyemoay.: general hold true.for the other Shoes for ladies, ..f'....":, .

!t1; t i. Rwtthfjphoid:feverforeeverilreeks: 1 ':1 red( ;''light'will be' displayed in the I laatlc,coast,cities,!though' the" $-2,50.to $3.50

R;' Afi } "pained'1tiai. ","Sandaj night and was laid Canadian, markets and interior = == == .
.j ... .._ UgbthbosV at the.:;: entrance'ot the .Eau .
.-ftJ1-; ik'''$-;. :,;to' "teat in'tbe cemetery"on; Monday' after. Gailie harbor after the let of J 11i. 'The k ,ta.are said to be bringing much are recognized leaden la style, fit and flnltb. Sold only by leadirs =

'. > JtrJ o Oi n7tu'Rev.:'"...aJonefi.heldE: ligat'iadti. : 'the north>>In'. ter prices. Much of the stock s : CLOTHIKO BOC8E: ON EAST CUA&T OF.FLORIDA
V.P-TO.DATE.
:fj-: !;eeriioe,'ai.', the graee:: Th -sympathy. of g :*>; .<- J. to be oTempe,'and then .it has to L
,. citizens will take in the
Manyyof our line of everything'that and wear .
W boys
_. seigbberboodgoes out toihebereav- 4014 at prices below the quo 1f1-
t J1 P! i'f ed hind and baby,also to' ether': program'at'Titusville on rail the 4th., ,Excursions Some very large pines were on. sell the best that money.can buy i"!
b1. water and ale
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,: ;);J ',>,. i .+...'. ese" ..s r.;they -. :1 ,. for those intending to celebrate. market his week,and sold at ?3.58 goods marked in plain figures, strictly one price to aU'
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:ft\ 'b ; Wbat the of from him ORDERS A.Pmc'X.ALT: :
good keeping
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'. mentioned previously, the pines : :
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., That gill'if' his load fl1abor', TO WORTHY YOVXO PEOPLE, Florida as whole are running '
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11:1 F.t 'iiLUte BQckI Mountain' "Tea We earnestly request all young persons, "Local merchants who 'are ,President.WINSTON 8.BBANNINO. CaaMer.W.M.BROWN,VleePnddu'I.. ;:': _

jti Ask yoar druggist.. ,, :- no matter how. limited their means or to the interior # '
cars report
:et.,! "" "! < <. education,'who wish to obtain a thorough very '
<1i#) business training and a good position, to trade. Prices this week were $
'f: """ "" !, <' /ifGKOBGIANA. RIVER STATE BANKCOT71TT"2" r ;
Kvi 3 ..;r. t !'l" r write by first mail for our great half rate to $1.90 f. o. b. the shipping' -
,, 'Vi\.i'lIr: :Cart. Wittfeld baa finished work offer.; ,
for pines brought $
; open grown '
fj J 4t S and is a't home again. Success, independence and probable : 3DEFOSITOIV2".

fortune are guaranteed. Don't-delay. to f 1.75 and shed-grown Indian Capital_______._.tlOO.000.00 ,
:ira. A. .A. Baldwin and daughter
: Write today., s, brought $1.75 to 190. ....___-.____..1 23,000.00
+ i .t -Nina,' .were tilling'oar friends in the' THE GA..Au. Btu COLLEGE, ""Some of the early varieties .__.___..___1200,000.00

i i.: north..end of town on Monday. Macon, Ga. TRANSACTS A r
Jo1I;, "1' -- .. ... showing up ,plentlfuly and
fk -, (Mr,: Yesey Hall. was doing some trim. MELBOURNE largely because of the heavy Banking Business. : '

.'Pl-? timing'up, etc., 'atyng the roads last week.Webope Mr. John Clobecy was visiting at the tIon last December in Florida. and Oldest '1 Y
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there will be more to follow.
Minor homestead last Saturday. ; "The trouble over the crates Bank on the Hirer.

: While at- work' in the, Lyman grove Mr. Homer Conkling,of Titusville, was not seem to have dlmlnshed Bought and Sold- on All ; 4 i fei'J

f -.if' last :Monday, 'Guy:Mnnson killed a rat- the guest of the Brown House lately. Some shippers report a great deal Foreign Countries. .. '

i i t .tie snake. >It (onlys; little over two appreciated. service, i
S ; i .Mr. and Mrs. ". T. Wells left oa Sun difficulty in getting any crates and Prompt ,
feet long but fall of every favorcoD8faten$ n
c fightThe
t can be shipped in satisfactorily.
day for their summer home in New York. banking granted. -
of the marriage of Mr. Archie "It is true that the scarcity does :
, : t.. news : Mr. John Minor came np from Roee- I"R'
$ :?? Chambers of Jacksonville, ,eon of Dr. land. Sunday to pay a visit to his Mel. exist throughout the Florida pine Company, N. Y., Florida. .
,
;J :t. Clumbers, 'this 'place, :.was quite a bourne home. though circumstances have so \ Company JaeksonyiIleFta.TITUfeVILLE
.
i -1. : ..Surprise :to. Georgiana. folks. Everyone Capt. R. W. Beaojean sending! many themselves as to make an FLORIDA

f( ; .wishes the young couple happiness andprosperity. scarcity in some places. Prices
.": shipments of pineapples from his planta
;'Y" i f tion at Melbourne. crates are said to be as high as (

j\ :- We have two'very patriotic people in Miss! Mabel Whitacre is home for her this week in Florida, and the WHITEHALL PORTLAND CEMENT ; _

, {;iJ. oar town. Miss Eva Owen celebrates will not deliver without cash d\> ;,
vacation after of
summer a long term
. .:l twentieth birthday next Wednesday, Svme orders taken in March are
F
.iff fA.- and :Uncle: Hoghey. his sixtyeightb, and teaching school at Courtenay. awaiting delivery. The condition Barrels will be received in the next "!

5 ';'. f.: we hope tbere are many happy years in Mrs. Lena Hood and daughter, Miss; been brought about partly because Costs a little more than other ce
Maude, left on Saturday to spend the
&.. ( store for them both.. the Cuban and partly
heavy crop -
summer with relatives in the north. but is better. .
'II &. Dr. Wittfeld, ,was taken with a cause of the disastrous fires in
)lr. and Mrs. C. J. F. Campbell and
./ .severe fainting spell last week, and her Master Frazier spent Sunday Malabar eral mills." COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,

;; ; : friends were much ,frightened about her. Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material
,. and Valkaria, enjoying the twelve miles
B. L.
J :Dr. Chambers was called in to see her drive.A Eau Gall ie, Florida. f; '

1;. and she has been' gaining slowly, is able '

..y L" to .be about the house bush_is very weak. number of our people are planningto II. B. MACE. 1 .
.1>; .
< spend the Fourth at Titnsville, where
i ;j Little William .Allen, who has beencalled
j : a fine program of sports has been arranged R. WALKER & CO.,

.4 t : "Boy" from his babyhood, and for that grand old day. ,

It 71: hia big brother, Frank, came down from .
, Mr. Allen/ Campbell arrived in Mel. Titusville Fla.
,
S :r Daytona last week on the boat with Mr.
.'. bourne Sunday. He will spend a few I
Jt;. : Louis Parker. They' will spend a few
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U .1 1;:, weeks with Grandma Monson and sister days at Hotel Bellevue, where he can
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enjoy a delighful cool breeze during the 1 DRY GOODS I

1. { y.'t. ... Ro'h.It hot summer. ,

\ :, ;;s ;'. Next week, comes the small boy's '
Judge Fred Fee, of Fort Pierce, one ofMelboorne' '
; { : happiest day. Oar people will spend the IN
eons
\ bright was a pleasant j jGENTS'
: day variously. Some are going to the ; CLOTHING
visitor to his old Melbourne home this
: ;v:=. beach, some are going to celebrate at
week. His friends ,
are always gladto
f, home. and a few will attend the celebration many
see, him and wish him all the good
/ .:t.. at, Titusville. All should keep the -
t
"- things in this life. i
!J '' .::: 'day in some way and make it a happy Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers FURNISHINGS

i { ':", one',:for the children, for if tie 4tb of .Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Stewart's beautiful Ales, Stout, Etc.

! ;;": '. July is a great day.to them and they are lawn attracts many visitors during the TITUSVILLE and COCOA,

r taught the reason of it's greatness, warm days. It is a delightful spot under SHOES '

: : r''" patriotism will thrive in the hearts of J he. pretty oak trees. If all our yards itE.Send me your orders ,

! -;, the rising generations. were kept as.neat and clean, what a lovely
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town we would have.

! # When the talks tt is time MILLINERY
"" baby to Mr. Addison Fee has sold his grove to
; give Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.it's Mr. Wadaworth, of Michigan. Mr.
t ';:' the greatest baby medicine knownto .
; : loving mothers. It makts them eat, Wadsworth and family spent last winterin w y

.' sleep and grpw. 35..cents, Tea or Tablets. Cuba and Florida and we are glad to

{. :.',-,' Ask your druggist. know they have 'selected Melbourne as r FURNITURE.

* ,. 't'.. the place for a future home. ,
>. j :w:: uu ".1.IIC.

; L, Summer weather daring the past week. Beware of Ointment for Catarrh that Con- .,. -
talk Xcrcnrjat -
:: f 'The Comet is on Hodgson's ways this want
4r mercury will surely destroy the sense of We your patrQnage.
s week being overhauled and painted.
smell and completely derange the whole system -
a'' '. Miss'A. Florence Hodgson will leave when entering it through the mucous ; Our aim is to please YOU.
surface Such articles should never be used t I
t f" for.New York early .in'July to be away except on prescriptions! from reputable physicians I New, Up-to-Date Goods in }
{ b. .' ,for aomet De. '' ,u the damage they will do is ten fold FIRE INSURANCE every
Y' to the good you can possibly derive from
; i/. # A revival in the Baptist chorch has re them. Hall's Catarrh Care manufactured by Line.

i L salted in about.25.members being added F.J. Cheney&Ox,Toledo (X, contains no ABSTRACTS
: -- mercury and is taken .internally. acting Mail orders receive; prompt and
j :t x; the church.W. .
to directly ups.the blood and mucous surfaces
i \: I L Booth; ; :" ,, .' of the 11*& ,In buying Ball's Catarrh REAL ESTATE careful attention.
t ft" f M building -chimneys at Con bejsare yea pi the renoine. It is taken

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ii-4 w; yi k'. "-JJ.v .E. !.Hodgson. -< Cheney&C. Testimonials. Price 75c free.SoldbydreajirtB. per. bottle. MORGAN. & %ALTON R. WALKER &: CO. TiteiUe! FIt
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= )- lake Ball',1'amU71'iD1 for TituavDle
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