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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: July 6, 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: UF00075901:00372
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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) ". :: second, pair cuff' buttons third went to PERSONALS
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_ ,j :fr= ''jit t Poop tts 7:. "Pleasures_ of'the Day first,'cash $1.50; Jessie Futcb' sec- Something About.tie People of Titos*',*.
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s; ;F81ref.Galbuie; Wears Longer;Devoe.', this yearha3! passed into hiatoiy.p ,.' came put safe, no one succeeded in hitting Miss Blackburn, of Miami, spent a>_ r a.

lW:" !k. '."is, 'Tate.', _,_ -o(-Oatgea_7bVi;; ;- .'Uihg' > f Mrs: -> It,'was..., C1pat cri ml.''': >y people from. all- partsof' the" adjoining sectionof H. E.him.-'Oxner First; the.prize rooster was to awarded Willie Mor to part Orlando.of Friday in Titusville, en.route to; '. ,

:}< 4 Btienria- r-;t ODMain.. '..,'street. ,,for,couple; of country. 'radfromidV up and down river, and, .this, notwithstanding. gan. _
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.% :;t "" ..l the fact. '- tSytprdyJ, ytona.FortPierce; and other nearby points had Bert Johnson won first prize for the Beggs left Tuesday for Sanford,

'$!$iWMty:.JHQlmee'ofr8barpea: isTiaking ,. _. < high jump, $2.50 cash; W. R, Cautben where she will visit her sister, Mrs.Tolar. _
gr ; also for such celebration too.Everyone.had .
,, arranged a second Advocate for ,
won one year. for week .
or
tc!!,%;fi$. "r .-",. .with her friend.Mrs.GeoW.Reekx ,eo. .

":",":'Efrti f. .t5rFp' ::.l. "' ,-' ., a good-time- and reported that they had thoroughly enjoyed HOBSK BACKS Miss Jessie Sanders, of Indianola, paida
"'c-'t: !;' i1t. TBlinesnd:; daughter Leon exrI A hurdle race was run about 3 o'clockfor going

# l Ieare.Sgnday[ morning to spend< There, were, no,atddenta-no;. ,mishaps,. nothing.. occurred to mar ,.the, a purse of$5.00 between Geo. Marsh, Friday and returning Saturday. .

:theanmmeinbNew-York.- pleasures; of the day. s ; of DeLand; Robt. Singleton'and J. G Mrs..W. F. Jibb.and little son arrived '
ii \ : Osban, of Titusville, and Chas. Simmonsand
{:r. .f 'ji r |CtatheD? .father:of Mr. R.:. W. 'The whole business portion of the town was liberally decorated withbmiting R. N. Simmons} Frontenac. Marsh here from Daytona Tuesday afternoon to >
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i'{ k f r$'.{1e ibiD,, of"the Eo reka, Fish'company, the.national colors, etc.,::'and explosions of fireworks' and continuous won A out.200 yard dash followed, between S.spend E. Rice.the Fourth. with her sister, Mrs..

: v "irrrred. '. here. last week: on a visit to bit din, noise. and smoke was kept up by Young America from. daybreak Marsh and Singleton, which was won bv y
;, 'OL < Mrs. theo Knoch of Cocoa
u Marsh spent.
R'<; < ",; -, until midnight-but the small boy.must have his fun and what better day ;
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.. 'j.. :* r.Wi:. o.;, orwood, pt West' Palm The above events were not on the Friday week in Titusville on

>: 'l Beach who bu been.1 turiting at the old could be selected than.that.which almost. sacredly cherished by every time.program. and were arranged to fill in the her way to Jacksonville.. She was the '
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guest AdhemarBrady
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;: .. ,boner a few- days. returned .sooth. BASEBALL ,
'W, 'dne day.' '. The programme" as advertised ,in the Judges for the morning races-V.: T. The baseball game was an intensely while in Titusville.Mr. .

; off ',Tax: Assessor P. A{ McMillan' '11'11I10 county papers: was fully carried out. At Worley, W. P. Giles, Fred R. Nauman. Interesting contest up to the close of the R. E. Brown of Mayport, arrivedthe

;;:.;"', .town Monday and Tuesday and' banded 9 L m. Indian River band gave a concert For the afternoon-Geo. Gingras, V..T. fifth inning, when a shower put an end first of the week to spend a few days,

!i s r :in:his'tax looks 1 to" 'the county eommisionerl ,- from :,the band stand which started up Worley, W. P; Giles. Time-keeper, to aggregation the game.and The proved Cocoa too nine much.was a for strong the Mrs. Brown having been here for the ;

t Ihli week ,the: events of the day.MOTOR EB.. Wager. Starter, J. Lorillard,Jr. Daytona boys-the score being 3 to 0 in past week or so on a visit her sister, '

.1 r t .' -r.... 'Mr.Car I C. Curtiai returned last SaturXlaVfrom BOAT &AC, >9.' The Sho-Me, Austin's boat from Day- favor of Cocoa i Mrs. L. C. Branning.
;!; tona baa novelty i in the of false Bert Johnson succeeded in makingtwo -
The weather conditions ideal for a way a
; Jacksonville and is spending a were Mr. and ,
Mrs. L. J.
?if ,t: of the score for Cocoa, and Campbell, ,
r _mo'ntb.or so at his home in LaGrange for motor boat racing-the waters of the bay bow, which he takes off in verBmooth from the Stetson team, DeLand, made were in town last Saturday afternoon and e

!? .. .. recreation datlagthebotiummertiwe. being about as smooth in the afternoonrace weather. This be cast aside in the morn- the other. Up to the fifth inning the game while here purchased one of those fine-
"." .' as they were in the morning races. ing shortly after the start, and as it went w&8'l to 0 in favor of Cocoa, when the toned Farrand organs that the Indian
i ft- !MrN. ;J. Greene left, yesterday 'forif' overboard thought be had rain set in and Daytona'a pitcher lost River Music House carries in stock.
The wind capsized.
was light, from various dire everyone '
and Tullahoma Tenn.
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Chattanooga on control of the ball.
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: tions. "' .The Sho-Me and Pritchett'a Hye- Mr. Will H. Hall arrived home from
of.il'ealtb The following is list of the
it account and .may be away a players:
The handicap race was ran under,the pus had a close, contest in the open race Sebastian the latter part of I last week,
month r..if&ofnJly recover Daytona-Drillinitbam, Hutchina,Dan '
where he
; had been for about three
new ruling of the Motor Boat association and it promised to be the same in the afternoon can, Shoemaker Erickson Malby Pelli
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weeks Tax
assisting Assessor R
t :iir. ; G. Uar-
Pitts returned the, first of
H.' y
,,' ', of New York, and this, it is stated, was bat the I latter broke a commuta cier, Horn, Odum. dee on the tax books for $t. Lucie county
-i' the week from his vacation of 'a month, tor wire the stake the first Cocoa-Hatter f. 'lb. Johnson
the first handicap race in this ,Country at east on. ,r. ; Abney, ; .
.< ;, _" which he .pent".his old home in Mulberry made according to the provisions of this round, and this'threw the boat out of the 3o.; Campbell, c.; Hopkins, 2b.; F. Messrs. R. D. Hoke and R. E. Bray, '. ,
n''.T : ,'Tenn. He reports mo pleasant Travis, p.; St. Clair, c. f; Cauthen, e. B.; of Jensen were in Titusville Tuesday
a ,..,>,. '- ruling.In race bye long delay making repairs.CLASS Bracco, I. f.. looking np the Il'gIIItatU8 of county affairs .

,daly e. t effect the handicaps of the different I- PRIZES Had the ram not interfered the game in St. Lade county. THE STAR acknowledges
RAT. J. B. Hawk will preach at St. boats are obtained by requiring them to I would no doubt have been a hotly con receipt of a pleasant call from

\ :Panb ,Methodist church,, Ban Gallie, run in an' open race over the course to ... "A" tested one and a close score to the finish. the above gentlemen.

v ._. :Sunday, July 8th, at..10:30. :m.-Ep- secure their actual time over that course Sho-lfoyfiwtprize,., "A' :, $10.00 Fifty dollars went to the Cocoa boys; the Commencing' the first of the month
worth League devotional meeting at 6:45 Daytonaa received their expenses.THX Mr. A. J. Wagoner retired from the
for the handicap: race. Then the time Hyepus, second prize, 8.00 grocery
firm of Wagoner & 0>., and Mr. 8. J.
p: m.Rev.. made by the fastest boat is subtracted "23," third prize, 2.00 DANCE Norton continues the business of the firm

W. F. Allen will hold services at The Titnsvileopera! house was a visionof under his own name. Mr. Wagoner expects
the 'Methodist church, Titnsville, next I fair women and brave men who all lo return to return to Tennessee in
'Sunday. July 8th, at, 11.a. m. and 7:45 CLASS "Au tripped the light fantastic until the midnight about a month.
,. p. m. He will also bold services at MimI hour with the utmost zest and
at 3 JO p. m. All are invited. NAME OWNER START I'IKUH AC.TIME gayety.It Mrs. Laura C. Curtiss, who has spent!
seven or eight months in Titusville
Mr. Andrew Los'ey, brother of our ShoMeW.. W. Austin _____ 10:08:55 ______ 10:36:2J ______ 2718Hyepue was noticeable that the beauty of has gone to Demerest, Georgia, where,
Indian
z townsman,,Mr. F. ,A. Losley, who has ___________G. E. PritcheU ____ to:09:18 .______ 10:36:58 ______ 27:40 lants of river's the young ladies and the gal she will remain during the heated term.

been here once before>> several yean! ego, &123" ___ _________T. G. Ronald ______ 10 09:1b .______ 10:46:55 ______ 37:40 music furnished sterner sex by the were Titusville presentThe She left Monday accompanied by her lit
;arrived on a visit Wednesday night. He orchestra of selections tle granddaughter, Miss Louise Curtiss,
consisting mainly new
Cornea to Indian river to recuperate his who will enjoy the pleasant summer
CLASS "B"I for this occasion, was highly spokenof.
health. with Mrs. Cul1i in the mountains of
We
are pleased to make note that
Stockholders in the Indian River State NAME: OWND START J'INISH AC:TIME so many of our friends from up and down Georgia.

bank were made, happy this week by the Success _______ ____--Lorillard Boat 0>._______ 10t5:2L: ___ 11:40205457 the river always look forward to and John B. Walker ft
of the president's check for take in Fourth of dances. Co.
receipt a Elizabeth____________W. F. Allen ______.._____ 10:45:24.11:46:25_____ 1:01:1 part our July
dividend This
'semiannual of 4 per cent. The Fourth of celebration THE: DEPARTMENT STORE
staid institution pays regularly 4 percent Joe_____-____________V. Grigge.---__-_ 10:45:23..1137135150: July coming
close this the time
for
so to our
.f dividends to its shareholders. Katie_______________A. F. & Produce Co. .____ 10:45:23____ 11:37:00_______ 51:37 going very to we year have been compelledto Have secured the services of Mrs. C. M.
press Krnlder, of St. Louie Mo. Mrs. Krulderis
\ Wasp______________J. Tucker_________ ______ 1045:21L___ 11:310548:40 omit mention of some of the features ,
4 Mr. E. E. Knox, head clerk in. Brady an artistic dressmaker, and we guarantee -
4 Bro'a. grocery, left Sunday morningfor Old Tom ____________C. F. Clifton------------ 10:45:24___ 11:40155301 of the day for want of space, but we must every garment she makes to be up-to-

New York, city and will spend a Gertrude __..________E. English _________--__ 10:45:31____ 11:34:1648:45 mention a good word for the splendid fine date in every particular and to give abso

i; month's vacation at the north. .Express Three Friends------4K Louisiana_____________ 10:45:26___ 11:42505724 Osban dinner and that J.was N. Waller.served by The Messrs.committeefed J. M. lute satisfaction. Come and bring your
R.Y.. Joyner to join work and help us keep an up-to-date
'i Messenger expects Red Bug ____________8. M. Martin------------1O4523: _______ 49:02 several hundred visitors and they de- establishment in v-
him leaving yesterday. Mr. Leonardy, dressmaking reach of all
,': 'of Otteen, is acting as messenger on the Dora _______________J. L. Mobley ____________ 10:45:26_ 11:47:25--1:0159 serve credit for the capable manner in desiring this class of work." Charges rea
which carried their of theday's
Sanford ,branch during Mr. Joyner'1 ab- Little Six.-----------J. W. Greek ____________ 10:4527____ 1134024835 they out part BOn able. ;

":: 'eence.. Jane Bu ------------P. SChu'ler_'__________ 10:453011:40:0854:38 programme. This store closes Sundays all day led
week days at 7:00 o'clock m., Saturdays
GOODS SHOES. Western ____________8.B. Fields______________ 10:4.5:33____ 1139:1553:42 Iid Summer p. t
... FURNITURE, DRY Special Sale at Kline'sMOS'DAY excepted. ;
1 Beginning July 5th, for one week, my Ohio________________Stephen Smith----------.10:4535____ 11:41565621 J. WALKER & Co.

: tock will be sold at cost, during inventory Cannon BalLB. A. Norwood _________ 10:45:55____ 11:424056:455 JULY 9, 1906.
;\ Ready now, White India lawn, specially good for Cruel Treatment of Turtles '
;-E All stock AT COST HANDICAP'RACE
children's dresses and shirt waists as
until 12th of July Capt. Jeffords, from Banana river,
well, we have more than we care to
carryover
(}has. A. Gardner, 'Phone 34. N0. NAME nUT FINISH NO. NAME START FINISH until next summer, positively worth with his daughter, was in town this .
week and THE STAB office a tall.
t 1 1 Dora _______n 2:49:20 3:51:09 10 Joe _J.________ 2:59:31 3:52:18 25 cents per yard, Monday only, 15 Capt. Jeffords gave is deputy game warden /

SHOES SHOES SHOES 2 Elizabeth----_ 2:50:18 3:51:05 11 Katie_________ 2:59:42 3:52:32 cents. for Banana river and reports that visitors

; We have the largest stock and the 3 Three Friends 2:53:55 12 Rfd Bog'_____ 3O'.17 3:53:33 worth Also 15 another cents lot special of very 10 cents.sheer quality, to the ocean beach have recently turned

.sweltest line of shoes shown on the east. 4 Cannon Ball,_ 2:5-1:3-4 3:50:12 13 Gertrude _____ 3:02:34 3:5:48 Persian lawn,, 34 inches wide, 40 cents over as many as a half a dozen turtles on
coast of Florida. their backs on the beach in one night
Shoes for men and boys in the EdwinClapp 5 Ohio _________ 2.H:58 3:52:20 14 Wasp_________ 3:02:39 would be the right, price for this quality, and left them to perish. We are informed
and Crossett makes, 6 Old Tom---- 2:56:18 15 Little Six302:44 3:52:53 special 25 cents. that there is a law that bears directly

l Shoes for ladies. in the world known 7 Success _______ 2:5632 3:51:30 16 "23" _________ 3:13:39 3:49:5 34 White inches linen wide, specially worth, 40 good for skirts 19, upon each actions and such persons
cents, at
should be careful in
Queen Quality, >. 8 June Bog2:56:41 3:52:16 17 Hyepus_______ 3:23:39 cents, Moodayonly. future, otherwisethey
Shoes for misses and infants in the Irving may be informed on. A word to
'_ Drew make. 9 Western _____ 2:57:37 3:53:17 18 ShoMe323:51 3:51:56 Dixie mosquito bars, extra size, this is the wise, etc.SPECIAL .
one of the best bars made, usual price
all times stock send us
k At a complete ,
$1.69 each.
$2.50, Monday only
your orders, every pair guaranteed. from the time made by the slowest boat, CLASS "B" Also! another lot with wooden frame, MID-SUMMER PRICES

We pay express charges on all out of this difference gives the fastest boat a good for three-quarter bed, special $1.10 In Kline's Gents' and
town Little Six first prize $8.00 I Furnishing
orders.PENNEY ; each.
&BRANNING, handicap that will put her on the,same Clothing DepartmentsMen's
,Up-to-Date Clothiers and Furnishers, footing with the slowest boat-and all Wasp, second prize, 5.00 I Again we were fortunate enough to se-
cure a shipment of brilliantine, the last white neglige shirts, collars and
Titusville, Fla other boats are graded to handicaps in a Gertrude, third prize, 2.00 lot, of course, went like hot cakes, we cuff attached, made of a soft, silky! madras

similar manner; so that if all the boats predict this will do the game! ; we have all and the proper style for this season,
,? Bargains should run exactly in the handicap race HANDICAP RACE I the leading shades including navy blue, an entirely new lot, worth f..OO: at a .
with 8 h. black, white and gray, and the width is epecial price of $1 25 each.
cabin launch
35 ft. round, p. 23 first prize $25.00
as they did in.the open race, they wouldall I : 49 Also
Toqnet engine. $550.00 25 ft. round,don 40 inches, special price cents per yard. same style as above without
;' ble ender launch hull 110.00; 6 finish at the I8.meimemaking a I Cannon Ball, second prize, 15.00 Mexican Valenciennes laces, edges! and collars.
open
h.p. Western engine, $125.00; 2 h. p. tie. Of course conditions will vary so Elizabeth, third prize, 8.00 insertions to match, 20 cents would be We have just made up our minds not
.. Address P. 0. Box the right price, special 121 cents, Monday to carry over a single! pair of pants till
Slots engine, $70.00. that they will not do this, and to prevent. Dora, fourth prize, 6.00
only. next season and will sell at almost
any
25, Cocoa Fla. __ jockeying it was decided that ebould al Success, fifth prize, 4.00 Special prices in ladies' underwear. (! price, beautiful styles! sizes from 30 to 44

y it'is intended for those who appreciate boat better her time in the handicap' Sho-Me, sixth prize, 3.00 Mail orders promptly filled on any of' waist, and from 30 to 36 length.

<. for those gentlemen who race by five minutes over the morning. the above goods. JULIUS KLINE,
Quality, June Bug, seventh prize, 1.00 Jcurs KLINE Florida.
Titusville.
thoroughly matured, rich Old she should be in the
disqualified
\ '" enjoy a race,
Titnsville, Fla. Telephone No. 8.
Kentocky liqoo -L W. HARPER whis handicap.The MINOR SPORTS.
key Sold by R.,L. Motlow and F. A. Los- Telephone No. 8. y
In the
", coarse was a triangular one, the. boys' bicycle race Joe Grnber SAIL LOFT AND GUN KEPAIB SHOP

". ley. three stakes being within a mile of the: won first prize, cash $1.50; Fred White Draying Yacht sails and launch awnings made !.'

nuatttsst noes ftB sus.cltms end of the city dock aDd yacht club won second, a watch, and Fred Freneley Praying or hauling of all kinds promptly up in first class style, mildew proofed if
land.j took third attended to. Meets all trains. Stove desired. Also guns stocked and ehot .
stock ea t.JP pine hoagie, and it was three miles around, a bicycle belL
Indlinjyt pld 5 1886. wood for sale at all times. guns rebored. 4.
t.t Send for --rroWo, and, Vest. covered twice in all the races, 'making" a Boys' foot race-Bowman Carlisle won H. E. HOLTOX, HENRY BEXECKE,

Palm.Bcacft,Fla. course of six miles. -. S. first, cash $1.50; Randall Shoemaker Titusville, Fla. Titoaville. Fla.,1 '

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: : ; : .Mysterlea -of Catchap fisted at' by- ., .FECT UVEt MEDICINE'KNOWN.;'Do not fill your sy&ei {
;, Former Railroad.Clerk. with C&IomeI.'AraeniG.'or Quinine. HEBSIN2 is a guaranteed
: : "Nowthat the Investigation crop Is I cure for all diseases produced b!.a T05PIB 14TES
: : ; being harvested," said the man who and IrOTJIE BLOOD. will cure KALASU without letting :

: ; had just come In to a'New York Trib-. any of the deadly.effects of many.druff used for tbI1 1 -
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: ( information. The packing houses'may Used and recommended by,the zntdictl pro* g
deserve all that Is coming to them. fusion generally.
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.but they are not the only offenders.
: : ; 'Some years ago, before I knew A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'SENDORSEMENT .

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: :: [ a. local ,freight.office and devoted my Dr. A. J. Hannah, a leading physician of UmatiUa,
spare moments to the mysteries of rebates Fla, says: "I have been using Heroine in my practice
;: : and underbllllng picking up such and am well pleased with the results. I.always
scattered gems of wisdom as might be keep some on hand and think it a grand .medicine
>> lying >around loose. Every summer for Biliousness and Liver Complaints.

: \ there are hundreds of-cars of perish 50c Avoid
Large Bottle; AU Su&titettt ,
;
: ble fruit.shipped from the south' to

northern :Cities, and they have to be Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
handled with good deal of facility in

: order to get them cOnnecting lines St. Louis, U. S. A.
before'the goods begin to spoil.

4 "On one occasion.however, a car of
tomatoes got sidetracked, and it was
several days before it went' f nmrd. '
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
When it arrived at the station where I

worked the condition of the car was RED CROSS PfliRIiCT, TITOSTILLE, and EAU GALLIC PHAEUiCT! ,.EAU aunt

precarious, two-thirds of- the contents ,
: being so badly decayed that the agent I

: thought' the car would be a total loss. Southern Railway.

: Jt happened that there was in that city

a.factory where one of the well known EFFECTIVE APR 6. 1906.
brands of tomato catchup was manufactured -
and as a last resort this place No: 30 No.34: Between JlMlkaoDvllle and New York.Ko.29 No.33.
Dally. Dally. Dailv. Dail,.
:
called U1A representative came
was and'after 755 P == 9 05 a Lv Jacksonville. Fla._______So. By. Ar. 000>> == 805 P
overto the station inspect- 1215 a--1 20 p Savannah, ._____::___- Icy Ar. .50 a ____ a 40 p
ing the load made an offer, which was. I 953 a-- 33 pAr. Charlotte, N. .-_______ By. Lv. 950 p_.____ 830 a
liJstantly acCt'pted. I watched the unloading 642 658 a .Ar. Richmond, Va.-&. By. Lv. i3 'P :=: 1130 p

of that car and don't mind 950 950 a Ar. Washington, D. -_______ By Lv. 1061 a == 950 p1117 -
saying that I haven't eaten any .tomato p------ -1132 a Ar. Baltimore lfd---.P. R. B Lv. 612 a _____ .23 P.
catchup since." 2 S5 -- 145 pAr. Philadelphia Pa._.__.-_ .P. B. R Lv.35 a _____ 5 44 p
630 415 pAr. New York N. Y._________P. R. B Lv. 1210 a _______ 31'3 p
!

: Abraham Lincoln Nos. 33 and 34-"Xew York and Florida Eipress." Daily Pullman Drawing. Room
; 1et'pingCar between Jacksonville and New York.
Was a man who, against all odds, attained Nos. 29 and "Washington and Florida Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Boom
the highest honor a man could get Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York.
1 in the United .States. Ballard's, Hor< -
hoand Syrup has attained a place neve' No':130 I11rou b.'The Land of the Skr.; \0
: equaled by any other like remedy. It is pally,
a sure cure for coughs, colds, bronchitis, .75'j P Lv. Jacksonville ..___________________________________. By. Ar. iii
: influenza and all pulmonary disease. 1215 a Lv. Savannah, Ga,___________________________________So. By. Ar. 450 a
mother should with 600 a Ar. Columbia. S. .,---______________________________.. By. Lv. '115 a
' ;.t ; Every keep supplied 150 pAr. Ashe..ilIe. ,---------___________._._________.-So. n,.. Lv. (15 P
\ ; this wonderful cough medicine. Sold by 237 pAr. Hot Springs. N. ..----'-------________.__________&. By. Lv. 1245 a.
Red Cross Pharmacy. 600 pAr. Knoxville, Tenn.,_______________.________________.__So. By. Lv. 935 a.
T 815 II -Ar. Cincinnati, Ohio,._______________ __._________-__Q. & C. Lv. 8 C5 p
--w.
-- --
') Soldiers With Weak Hearts. Nos.29 and 3O-Pullman Drawing Room and Buffet Sleeping Can between Jacksonville and
rl. St. Louis, daily. .
..1 Nearly 500 men fall out from the
ranks of the British army every year
.}j I No. 13 Between Jackloovlllo and the North aDd W .t. No. U
owing'' to weak hearts and other defects _I 1_

fA' brought. about by the illogical ------ 745 P Lv.Jacksonville, 80. By-----________________..,__-Ar. 850 a ______
: system of physical training in the. _______ 250 a Ar. Macon, tsa By-_____________________ 215.1+___
; ------ 520 a Ar. Atlanta, So. _________-____________Lv. u04 p1..__
; army, said Sir Frederick Treves at ._____ D 45 a Ar. Chattanooga, So. ____________-____________.Lv. 630 p!____
bi Sherburne the other day. This system. -______ 740 P Ar Cincinnati Queen &Crescent----------------Lv. 830 a1645p ______

;40 according to the London Mall, is now == Lv. Cincinnati, Big Four __________.___-_ 710 a==
"tot under review 710 a Ar. Chicago, Big Four Route__ ____________Lv. 830 p
::=:::: :::::: : !=
_______ 835 P Lv.Cincinnati, Penn. Lines_________r _____-At. 643 a710 !___
: _______ a Ar. Chicago, Penn. Lines--_______________Lv. 840 P,____
: ; KILL1HECOUCH == 845-; P Lv. Cincinnati, C. n. & D.-Monon--______Ar. 140 a 1____
xt : _______ 723 a Ar. Chicago. C. H. & D.-Monon---------------Lv..g : Pl$____
;-: AND CURE THE LUNCS == 945 P Lv. Cincinnati, C. H. & D.-Mich. Cent---Ar. 700 i
______ 520 a Ar.Toledo, C. H. & D.-1hch. Cent--.Lv. 1140 P 1: :-:
*\l : WITH ------- 125 a Ar.,Detroit, C. H. & -Miclt. _______.__ 1000
Dr. pr--- I
King'sNew == 830 P Lv Cincinnati, PenD. .' ____________-____-__. 8 SO a,__=
J _______ IS 53 a Ar. Pittsburg. Penn. Lines_________________ ____Lv 815 pt930p Ii
--- 1-
_______ CindDnati, Big Four________ ------------.Ar. 650 a:___
1: : Discovery -_______ -6 43 a Ar. Cleveland, Bill Four,_______________________Lv. 930 p':

,,,; _______ P Lv. Lexington, So. By____________________________Ar. -1-10 43 1'1530 _____
: i \ i. Price ------- 810 pAr. Louisville, So _________________________Lv. '740-1---- '
i: : ; I FOR CONSUMPTION 50c Free&Trial.S 1.00 _______ 7 32 II Ar. St. Louis So Ey----__--__-___-___. ,Lv _______ "

i Nos. 13 aDd 14-'l'he Florida Limited." Daily solid Vestibule Train Through Da-
1f.< Surest and Quickest Cure for all Coaches and Pullman Sleeping tam Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati.
f : THBOAT and LUNG TROUBLES
t ,. or MONEY BACK No. 5 Xo. 13 Between Jacksonville aDd Kansas Cft7. I No. U to. 6

if _______ 745 p Lv.Jacksonville Fla, So. Ry---------------_______Ar. t 13 a ____
); .. : -,--. ---., ----- ______ 520 a Ar. Atlanta Oa.. So. ______________________Lv. 1150 ..
: : _______ 1201 a Ar. Birmingham, Ala, Ro. ----------_______ 405 __
4 The l f"st Valuator Stl nf 1'achf and Boat _______ 805 pAr. Memphis, Tenn. Frisco--------Lv. 8 IS p..__ _._
: Building Books ear PublishedRUDDER _______ 940 a Ar. Kansas City, 110.. Frisco--____________________-Lv. .10 ______

is.... ; Nos. 13 and 14-"The Florida Limited." Daily.
I HOW-TO BOOKSOver EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE.J. .
: ; : C.LUSK.District Passenger Agent,108 West hay Street,Jacks oartlle,FI.
from the lines
pro Mars have peen bunt C. D. ACKERTO'.M. W. ii.TAYLOEO.P.A.
printed in ihrse touks Suwessfu.lsailed in 8. U. HARDWICK,P.T. M. BROOKS 1IUKGAN.A. O.I'.A.
f; : every clime and upun; every se.iFull detail
: dra'iinij of ai! bans, showinz that it is and -
r ; how t j mae U-Text extremely simple.

J HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR B50l51..tern..Isir THE BRIDGEPORT
4 i ':,r -ytoInihl.Immeaalltoobwarp .
tk "I ; p.N.daign.ItugsI.'ytoka I"u.c bu.uu..i.
HOW TO GUILD A SKIPJACK
A fine Loot for r'ti-tno-m rail're or fcnnrkiiur about h
,illI1I.p 'tI++-a--.ul.br.vrrbi.l ....eiu.porc. "THE
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iV:; f 1 i> :ar.uIpicariotct'! ;!: LoaLLHOW
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; TO CUILD A RACING SLOOP -
'h': t: Stout aucrvM nr'.n' nui time rrrr d..ij:1lefa prixWinn.
in Au.ei ia..A.sia std Aurtntlu; eizj to build;no
; : :tovmv; is no reason why you cannot have a satisfactorymotor
p HOW TO SUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
: outfit. Let demonstrate The
.,, us Bridgeport
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{ Simplerd i'-1''-! ho !:! nwlotvnitrnctl ndbd1turu.endl.a.4n.uur1 to you
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rvtrU other pt.nsHOW F
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} : coder A)fin.uitUtluc* al i urniv Ja.wr.4.,1 rnh in.! fc n.'' t; good; tibia; ezcdleir gasoline motor built. The more severe your work, the

,t t.. HOW TO BUILD A CHOAL-DRAUGHTSLOOI* more anxious we are to have you own a Bridgeport the
; A clever Ittea Lnj i iwat,wiu; lao crate oreriacfi tai ,
node wl piaL reliable and durable the
t k simplest, most motor on market.
.4 aJ HOW TO GUILD A FLATTIC OR SHARPIE
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.1 j; EuytoIrdderr. billl:ilnu.-tll;jast the craft for*bo;
to begin.itl.; i' HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHTA No Valves No Cams So Gears
: rompkte desmptioo tow to buJJ a model;aKo lia*
.1 1t 9f skiff B.M in sad B;mo.Iek.PRICE Easy to Operate

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t $1. EACHPSEPAID Working Parts Quickly Accessible
t { : BT EXPRESS INYWHCMC:
2 Bound in cloth-Cold
letterinc-Size of pau c
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1: RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. Those Who Must fie Satisfied

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?}: PUOO. bUDMa IIZ thttl cItys :!ft! ; to.1he.;1r".conatant-'rainl.,,IrhlebhaTeZpreTaHeds thereby dispelling.aUsthose disUtasingsyBptoms ? ,, .
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: "!fi r. whleh >>roml.etfto.be"good..wbeea. . well said, that-a disease known is half,
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;.;i lx fi ? trW"eniferat.good., : rl sdentlflc!'medicine,,carefully,devised by

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1! .- tie seinon.Gainesville' is perfectly harmless in its effects to anycondition
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; "'-# ... -._ -4.., :.... ,0kr ,_ !< 'f 'A ', :: -: calls- write a Prescription invigorating", tmpartt strength to"' ,
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ilp : '"" {;>!" "" crosstlesper ti 'K' I
r fnihlshfngof160,000, ya
i ; The: : for the the whole system and to the organs distinctly : r + i
Central la'
City Cannery a new '
; year'ba'beettiecured by t.>I- feminine in particular. For over'
iir. : enterpiethitt wilt soon be JJi'open._ .worked-'worn- ut,",-rundown.deblll- ;.
'" Sparkmto'ft'om. tie:McCrfmmon Company tated, teachersmilliners;' dressmakers, .
tdoDihi 'Gaines.We. The''plant will
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,.which*has:the contract.for supplying seamstresses "shop girls," house-keepers %
? ,J, Tii-! capacity::of ten thousand three.sV. nursing mothers, ana feeble women gen-
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"'-'''' ''' ;fo.t' ._-. .-.du.In ,* ., '*. -... ties for.the F;E. C.;By exten erally, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescriptionis l z'y

"" <; !;y'Ypound lWf': cane a < | sion.: Mr.- Sparkman '(bas established the greatest earthly boon being un- ;. !
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td'" "':\ !cauvaasfng'the'vote .of..the prl,4mary equaled as an appetizing cordial and restorative -
;' = :.i ; a;,camp:near Penine to which he tonic.' ," '., .
% .held on:May 15.the;Mate Demo snipped eight*hands bY'this morning's:I As a soothing strengthening new j

fl ; critic' .Committee finds' that Hon. 1 "Favorite Prescription unequaledand A line that meets all demandsboth '
R ri .5 train, and. will, send fifty ,more next.I Is invaluable In. allaying and subduing .
.
1t"':;::."c-'fA. Tank.. .-Clark, . nervous nervous
prostration,
i 'h;.: 'gteetl ,frpm'the:; .:Second:'dlatrlctha.ys'f : Lake '
recently moved from Butlerto neuralgia, hysteria, spasms, chorea, St.
fag< received. '10,774';;:votes.. this Vitus's dance,and other distressing,nervous Price from $450 to $850 7
Selling
located
and
n:* \ city are on. upper.. symptoms commonly attendant upon .
"
g t'.. ..'
t? o : :'Wedi4esday:"by=Judge ':Minor_S. Jones,. uterus.. It induces refreshing sleep and Full particulars sent on application
Modest Claims Often Carry the Most. Con. relieves mental anxiety and despondency.Dr. .
t* r it'tTlii1lriIle.; enjoining '.the.: 'Board. of '): Ttctions. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets Invigorate MiMMHMMVV
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.. the stomach liver and bowels. One to
M .County Commlsgloneiti. Luck
: : : of St. When Yaxlm..the famous gun inventor three a dose. Easy to take as candy. :

1l : Couirty .further proceedings In placed: his gun before committee of INDIAN RIVER MOSIC HOUSE TITDSYILLE.i:

the building of a county:jail,at'Fort judges, he stated its carrying power to tie ,
-f : much 'what he felt sure the <
.below pin
Boeut Batlrssd.
e' **"' .
'Pierce.. < would accomplish. The result of the . __ .
..i., !' ,iQalnesvine had .a '35,00011re Saturday trial was; therefore, a great surprise, instead where the .Mocha coffee grows. It'will'

,when. the stores.
; .*.*. (. 8..,'J.' Thomas. Jb Co. .Merchant itCo. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, Saunas, largest< city (n southern Arabia .

-a .- :&- ., tnd Saunders Jb Earle.. were de. They do not publicly boast of all this with a population of,73,000.

stroyed. Two cars of the Armour CarLine remedy; wiH,accomplish, but prefer to let
; the make the statements. What '
users
Old Chronic Sore and
.and ,a warehouse belonging' toE they do claim, is that it will positively Gents'FnrnishingsDRY
'. ,Atlantic ; in the As a drest-ing for old chronic.sores
': the Coast LIne' were. also cure "diarrhoea'dysentery, pains .
there is nothing so good as Chamber
.
Stomach and bowels aha has never been
turned. known to fail For sale by all druggistsand I lain' Salve. While it is not advisab'l GOODS NOTIONS r

j; .Early Sunday ;morning :fire totally medicine dealers. 'to heal old sores entirely, they should .

I be in a good condition for which Boots, Shoes, Stationery Novelties Etc. .
; salve ,
establishr valuable. For sale
this is especially
The DeLand Record says that the .
jit Lloyds of B.. W.. by all druggists and medicine dealers. '
la establisha Eau Gallie Florida
[ Postofflce Department to [ .
Coy Christie's drug store and T. H. ,

4''' ",,/;:. ;,<,< iU; .;ti ;store. Excepting' ,.Christie's I rural tree.dellver.r at DeLand. The Kind words pay big dividends on the ,
', will be west New York Avenue
,: _.' (,; in :were covered? ,by Insurance. The route' on investment E. L. BRADY & BRO.
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Park
,
to Stetson and Highland ,
I ;. ire Is thought. to:be the work. of an IncendlaryT t
thence to Gtenwood. northwest thenceIn

'1' an easterly direction to Jolly's turpentine EAST COAST MEAT MARKET Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products.

'W.,1t West, otValdosta, Ga.. president thence southto
still and vicinity, We handle produce of all kinds We are agents for Mapes'Fertilisers. We deal exclusively
of.the Georgia State Senate, has Bielby hammock and neighborhood, 0. P.DUIEX,IHnt, in the above lines of goods, and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write at for prices OB

just closed a deal whereby a sawmill thence south Into DeLand on Wood Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L.BRADY- &BBOMTmr8VlLlx,Fix

: at,Levon, 300,000'cre8 of Umber in -
land Boulevard, a distance of twenty- Florida and
= Marion and Sumter: Counties and Ti ,& COs
five miles. The service Is to be.daily, IAGONER ,

3 ;eighteen miles of tram railway goes' excluding Sundays and holidays, and WesternHeats Hay, G11'ain, Fil' I

'- to the McGhee :Lumber Company of Staple Fancy Groceries lrnln
the carrier. who gets the Job receivesa aii e e of s,
,
Involved.
.Ocala. Nearly $300,000 are
;.S. ',:"' >: salary of $720 per year, or $2 per i VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY

i The Fort. Pierce correspondent oft day he furnishing his own horse. The

=, .the Times-Union that tempting Titusville: a I Florida.
; says a service is to go Into effect as soon as .

4 offer has '.been"made to the Florida examination.of applicants can be had of all Kinds, -

W \ :i East Coast Railroad to move their division and the necessary arrangements made.

-.'.: point,to Stuart..wtUch Is being TITUSVILL$, FLORIDA
< .Life
Saved Hl Comrade'
'
.
:; considered : The Fort Pierce people
.
"While returning from the Grand

-fJ.. .. ,:were" .exorbitant.In their demands for Army encampment at Washington City LOW RATES .

Ya '_',.. land necessary for tracks and station a comrade from Elgin, 111., was taken
.
morbua and was in a critical
with cholera
I .;i'.' x .' c; situ. needed for: increased business. condition says Mr. J. E. Houghland, of .' .

l ',. .:' .Shipments of cigars from Tampa for Eldon, Iowa, "I gave him Chamberlain's VIASOUTHERN ,i.

I: .the.week ending June 16 were 5.255.- Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea' Remedy,
:I- and believe saved his life. I have been
-f 4)00.) 'Previously: reported shipments eopged .lor ten years in immigrationwork RAILWAY

for the'present year were 112,625,000. and conducted many parties to the

. :: Total shipments from 'January' 1 to south and week I always carry this remedy $44,05 tuna.DetrOIt, *kl>., aDd re-
and have used it successfully on
117,880,000.. Total shipments Tickets sold daily limited Oct. 31, 1908.
June;16 were
:t .>: .occasions. Sold by all druggists
many Santop'8prlDp, N. Y.,,
.. ; ::; of the corresponding period'of' and medicine dealers. $54.10 and return. ; ;?
.
,
'.5 :, last year were .94,235,000.. The In. Tickets sold daily, limited Oct 31, 1906. r
PERT PARAGRAPHS. Luke N. Y.. aDd
OR George
shipments for this year up X55
[, j' .crease. J return. ,
;it ';.' -to.June 16 was 23645000. If women weren't vain they wouldbe Tickets sold daily, limited Oct. 31, 1906.

&QQ: Washington. D. C.. and
; 'j.: The shipments.: of.yellow pine lum women in vain.
lumber and crossties from Sold July 27, 30, 31,limited Aug.8. Extension
her cypress .
1E .
S .< of the industrious Sept. 8.
< The are
":>' the port ,of ,Jacksonville during the prayers answered. 8t. Paul or Minneapolis.; I \ I t
generally 60
$33
.
I
fi first, half .of the present month Hlnn and return.
$t; '. Sold Aog. 10 11, 12, limited Aug.31. Extension -
4;} amounts::to 10,684,424 feet. including Ignorance of the Sept 30, 1906.
.
:f: the coastwise'.and foreign cargoes. In law employs a lawyer c $48.95 return Niagara' Falls, N. Y.. and

\ addition 11,676 barrels of naval stores and grows sadrder Tickets sold daily, limited Oct 31, 1906.

foreign and '13,650 to and wiser. Toronto, Canada and re-
; went to. .' ports $53.30 turn.
1
:'. .coastwise ports, ''making the naval Some lies are Just Tickets sold daily limited Oct. 31, 1906.

I shipments for the first half of Atlantic City, N. J., and
:: J' stores lies and others are $44 75 ntara.

': June 25.326 .barrels: works of art. Tickets sold daily limited Oct. 31 1906. 11ARIANDORIS
"* B. Md "-
t
and grading $52.75 tJrT1"
: Clearing the right of way
Success Is as elusive -
{: on the line of the Daytona, De- the trout Tickets sold daily, limited Oct.31, 1906.
as yon
Washington, D. C.. Md
;: c' Land ft St. Johns River, Railroad will did not hook.A $37.00 return.

begin at once near the Tomoka River Tickets on sale daily,limited Oct. 31, 1906. .

... direction. lazy man la 65 to Col.. and n-
and work pushed in either $42. T"

Manager Rieman is now North' purchasing usually truthful as Tickets sold July. 9, to 14, limited Aug 23
easier to tell 1908. .
It is
\ for construction For sale by the
equipment the truth than to $46.05 S*"*" ". Md nOD j
'.. purpoeeL' The late rains will interfere t I
conceal It. sale daily,limited Oct. 31, 1906.
t : but:little with this part of the -'. M1BB- and INDIAN RIVER.

} 'this portion of the line..vF .- The worst feature about whitewash, $33.60 re-.u.
work on Tickets sale 10, 11, 12, limited .
on Aug.
bound
.* moral or material. Is that it Is ..
.
\-. 81. Extension 80
Dayton GueUeRevs.C Aog. Sept
!, .'.. to keep itself in evidence by rubbing ;
Tuna. and MUSIC
No HOUSE
:
$16.25nw.
l'i
L
.\ off upon whoever comes near it ,
GklMrvsi
'.:: '. >Bwl CEsMplalat, IB months children ". Tickets on sale July 7, 14 15. limi. d fifteen ;
hummer days Extension Sept 80,1906. '
disorder' of the bowels, Anyway Job never, had to listen tot
tlrE. TITUSVILLE FLA.
receive careful attention as phonograph.It 32.10 anwaukee, **, "d ,

1. eoona.,.bot'.aaMlllJ'al..IooIeI'-.ot.. Tickets on sale AOL 10, 11, 12. limited Aug. .
"
sue the bov1a appears. meibeet medidnein vfctoe were not 'sufficient.unto It- 22, 1906.

;:, in OM wr bowl ,cumpUint iii Chamber- lilt It would stand a poor shew. Pa.Mng and Ticket Oflc
.t.... Iain's Qraie, Chotera and Diarrhoea Renv lea W.IIQ Ie. mosw74S
.
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J' f' 'l.J .'"\"<;.ST' ..../....:".-,, ".< t1tbaabeesfi ion.1 ono > eliofPeflMylTania.4;' :His i ; ;the last 'primary-there,has been Issue restraining: the;removing of

rT'Jt. :,;--:''>_r.}','_;' '.',:!f"if.. .-"jt.h.Y' ., '" "'- ..< iii'-(1 I'f-. a I, at_. .. it:;may,- -:,aafely. -- .beaasunted l considerable discussion' in the.state papers the University//:of''Florida,-'i ri iief1j {z : ..

<'fi-u.,:WI!' 1 Jr 7fr"<;.[;',':. -f.:., ,.lJ, .<<'.1Je.. ,, ......,.,''e-.;Ji......,., :-' ". t I that hV" knoirs,-or- :;ibo ild know i as.to the c -.weaknessea' that have_ developed, known as the FlorldaAgrtcnltoral College ,
_,.ie... : :jt tJIiii ll I,. JIIIIo! be coodtttons existing ta that;wooderfol in'the system.- ,
I'f Jj. ..: :;; .ppotltCatl convention .t 4i<,* I om.Lake CttT--t to.GatnesvUleo ; ,
iii cootre fA mef as indnds : It;U vain to deny that there is.a great .

't._** '<'t; ..... }_' ... -t-!*....dose: rl.-.not."" hie.. a,ctuntil.,-- '-- :Mr.::DaJzell, is'always. interesting,'bat l deal ofdistiearaioa'with the primary ;: any' other',place; asking ,that: the.

,--';. ,';.,''tf; '.: every Ienfigr tof epngrmamanf sometimes jabaentm1 faded.. -For instance, I especially as applied to the state at large.. law familiarly knows':aa '"the' BackLn'bifV -

#. : .. ........ dui, ; -i.... 'pass for the '.hilibw. '-delivering't speech in' congressbn I 1, In:jconntiesr: ;the." principal\defects developed m declared. in conflict'withthe '

-t-K. ? -1.'i''i'1r'rii5U; :, ibe'f rods don'tgtre'-. ,; the tariff.question bewasaaked. I 'appear to .be ,the large numberof ',Constitution of the United States;
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."'- '= r'J!'--d.:.,;. ,....;the"defU'l''' "vote aocw by* Representative: ,Underwood, of, .Alabama 'candidates each election! calls but, the and .praying for 'an order decreeingthat

:"_'";. j-H, "! .' -'N ...'.r'.:.fTtqlJtw: | :dlcutoijof: ,ccnsaieaoe- : -;- '. ; if he:coold: name any:place in the large expense the system entails on,each the. University,. of Florida;, formerly ..

_: ""J':, ,W"');'at-d.alts'issee'iriU: '-:' be forthcoming' ;andPrin entire'world, where: steel rails are 'produced candidate,and the:turmoil created amongthe known, aa .the" FloridaAgr1cultural _

':;. "Jl' } .tl futnre'Ration "the,roads: will. be at less f cost than,in Pittsburgh1 people, who, are ,called upon'to decide College and located at Lake City

_ :\: :J r-T '.,+, *%&. -.jiL; vtected"' !. : _.,akhereiofore.--r.. '--' think not.v. :replied' Mr., D lzell, between many mends' who are. self Is stilt in'existence there. It Is understood

<'''' r" : ,_.._, --. with. just pride.in the fame, of bis.home announced candidates for office. that a thorough test of the case

., ,4,...Unequal. -' 'Taxation" -, These are minor difficulties, and its la to be made and that it will 'curled

:1'be,_Mirmortage: tax 'law of Hew city."Can yon. .name i place-in.; the: world not clear how they can be obviated. to the highest ribunal! in the coun-

-' :Tprk tic a six months' building loan where.pig iron' "'is, produced' as cheaply. 'In the 'I tate, however' there are real try, before It Is f finally disposed of. --, .".,.

'' : exactly 198 lima as, heavily as a ninety it is i in' Pittsbnrg" ?" pursued athe gentleman difficulties which must be eliminated or

*;June-year railway bond Wall ;street from:Alabama' and again" came the modified in a great measure, or else the ..Remedy for )[Mosquitoes -

most be protected against pauper borne answer:- '"I think not.1* *. present dissatisfaction with tbe primary From- Baltimore Son. j

s builders; "Onr infant railway industry ."In that. nee," ; gently insinuated the system, will grow_ into formidable pro- Now that and MRS GENE f It'L MAY.
summer mosquitoes are
would be mined if loans on laborers cot- believer in tariff reform, "why should portionsand may, perhaps lead to the
it is read and ;
:A-: : ;- takes should be taxed much leas than 200 this country place_a protective: tariff upon downfall of tbe system. gloat upon over us, schemes interesting for destroying to the : CATARRH OF STOMACH .

e-' times as much M loans on railroads.t either steel rails or.pig iron?'.! Here, the expense involved in makinga :
winged tormentors and disease carriers
t .And if ,New York can't have a 'tariff Not for a moment was the gallant' ,canvass of the state is an insuperable by the thousand. Among the most ef CURED BY P-RU-NA.[ '

;i law of its own, it can at least save its ba standpatter non phased. "I.will come to objection to the system.! With forty six '
ficient and least troublesome culicidee is
w s W. ,," eon by a discriminating tai on mortgages! that later in my speech," laid he., counties to visit there is hardly a-man in Mica GenerlT' May,lilT 8. rtdtan
the devised Prof. Mims of New
one by Member Second
Y ;;i Add to this tax the tariff tax on materials But he never did. Therefore we are the state who can give the time and 8t*Indianapolis ImL,
Orleans which consists! of a mixture of Alumni Asa'n writes
thai homes ate built with, and the furoisbingajthat led_conclude. that the gentleman Crompj'tsburg' strength and money to accomplish a reasonable High School of
carbolic'acid' and camphor, vaporized "Pecuaa to the finest regulator m
ems ; are also taxed under the Be is at times prone to absentmindedness canvass to.make himself and his i stomach hare ever ftsnat
disordered
2 with the heat of a lamp. Tb doors and ,
i. ''' publican system of''protectionism, all of ,or was he really "stumped?'' views known,to, the'voters. windows of troubled with It certainly deserves high praise, far& .4',' .
a' room moss '
w-} which the corporations escape and it will f f m- The only other way yet devised is to Is tklllfuljy prepared
quitoes or flies are to be closed and the "I wu la a terrible condition from s
be seen how unequal the Republican taxation Congress and, the President use the newspapers, which in,the very <
'' mixture evaporated, when after an in- neglected case of catarrh of the stomach.
'e; system is., In discussing the bIn to. pay the_ expenses nature of things, is extremely expensive.The terval of twenty; minutes, the room may My food had long ceased to be of anT ':

-, :( of the president and his friends heavy expense of time, 'money be entered with safety. The floor will be good and only distressed me after eat -;:

Panama to Date while traveling, Senator 'Bailey said be and strength .involved will always keep covered with the dead insects. If one ing. I was nauseated, had heartburn

4 Congress, with many misgiving' has, I had_ heard that there had been an'increase good men, men whom the state would window is left with the shade up while and headaches, and felt run down com J ..

z 41.. : F ? at last, allowed: tbepiesident to have his frOOOO) in expenses during the delight to honor, from becoming candi other shades are drawn down, the mos pletely. But to two weeks after I took
way and -baa voted for the lock tyjeof dates. Feruna was a changed person. A few -
incumbency of the president."I >
present quitoes will be found .on the floor under
made
z- : canaL So there' be no farther The.state. officer who has held' bottles of Ute medicine a greatchange
; can excuse: don't know how that be he one or
any the window. The .
0 lighted carbolic acid and in three months my stom-
.if the work is not pushed with vigor. ,Asp more terms of'office, by the fact ... ,
said "and all very
that I have to is that
say crystals and camphor are mixed in equal ach was cleared of catarrh, and my entire ...'
: :the .Account .stands- -to. date_ Uiere have if iris true he baa cost more and is worthless that his occupancy of the office'is a great weights and placed in an ordinary system ia a better condition. ,..... --
= ;j' been millions spent/daring the last two ,,'than have advertisement for himself, inducing
any president we ever granite wash basin to be evaporated.An Cknertve May.
A \ years and little if,anything to show for people who are not well! acquainted with Hartman of Th. .
1 had:!" Senator Tillman' thought it was alcohol lamp'gives the heat, being Write Dr. ,President tg

it, as far as the work on the canal ia'con. intended that the president should use conditions, to vote for him, because they surrounded by a piece'of stove pipe eight Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus Ohio,

o '. cerned. The highest authority has told the, appropriation in traveling for campaign are familiar with his name, work to the inches high and six inches in diameter. for free medical advice. All cornsTDondence -
.: ,: than'once 'that the Republican great disadvantage and all other held strictly confidential. ,.
4i .r us,;more pO-po8ee-in going from one placeto any Near the top end of the pipeinch holes
: ", .. party "does things," ,but all it has done another "to. help put lame ducks who candidates.. and the bottom,
are punched near piecesare '
M : J at Panama is, chiefly, Id l spend money. I want to get back to the senate or to the So the state primary may developinto cut' out to admit air. .The lamp for .kIf Weather Report. "-

a- J_ Official reports from, the isthmus show house.". Senator McCumber, Republican, a system of perpetuation in office of safety is set in a tin pan containing J-iiuh O.'.DKPASTHX3T XX OF BUXJEAD..l.G&IC17U11&"UTa.

r that the ,canal force has been merely found'in the provision a tendency to- those who are lucky enough to have of water. As the camphor catch
may JCFITM, FLA.. July 3. 1808.I .
'tim ," Up to March .31st, once obtained'recognition.
"marking ward
Q European systems, permitting a fire spontaneously,if incautiously heated, I
K Kv't 1906, there has been expended $17,245 retinue. He said we might well look Another objection urged is that the is Comparative statement of ttmpen.tue&
to
some supervision
necessary prevent lud rainfall for the week
; 396, of- which vast sura_ only $3.071,640; forward to the' time when there would people have no way in. which to declare overheating. The evaporation takes but 1909 ending 1905MAX.Toetdar' cDATI.

,2' ; .has been paid for labor The pay of the be chamberlains, keepers of this thing themselves' on any public question, and twenty minutes and effective. Sulphur lUX. NIL ."'.
officials has been much greater than'the the primary and election become simplythe June.. 21. 86 1'1 n
and '
that. He also objected to the
Pro- acts as quickly, but its fumes last longer 2& b6 7' 63M 71
men who really make the dirt fly.. vision on constitutional grounds, claiming selection of men and not an expres and injures fabrics. Pyrethrum costs 29. 86 76 75

." sion of belief in a principle.It 30. 80 77 80 74
i'f that the proposed
.J> appropriation comes
more and must be burned two hours. July 1. 87 76 80 75
The Big Fish Escape, is difficult to how of these ..
within the inhibition against emoluments see any Eight ounces of the culicide is the maxi- 2. 86 78 88 78

y ." A dispatch :from Kansas City an and increase in salary, and supported this evils, for evils they are, Can be remedied mum quantity to use at one time, being 3. bs n 93 79
Total rainfall for the week. 0.32 lathes
4 pounces that four big packing companies by saying that "to've is'to gain and still retain the system. *
point sufficient to clear a room of 2,000 cubic Departure rainfall for the week minus QJ3
one railroad company and two individuals and that gain is an emol ment." The Some suggestions brought out by the feet capacity. The method be I Inches.
may
: results of the last meeting of the state Departure rainfall since Jail. 1st, plat
: have been found guilty of rebating and appropriation would eave ,money to the troublesome, but the harvest of flies and 8,13 inch.

.- doty jmnished.' president and would thus prove an executive committee, have been madete&vfcx mosquitoes swept up after the job is com- H. P. HAXOUT.Dfidtl .

,z ew'Ntct Co., pI3A0D: VadahpPecAinx\em )omenl. Senator IdcLaana objectedto : toVk* pce'enWottfiaEfx iy peW amply compensates lor.)) fiw Xsbot. la Clwie.- #
[-**-.1 1bcTA Tfcteow Morris & assuming autocratic powere, somet'riing
Co. I make ctes
; .toman", ; ( totingVvft,people u I O\\'it.\.Y. \\J.y: YOU I. : I5,000; Chicago, Burlington & Quincy distinction: -that a man in a high, position that has caused much fear in some quar 3
I } Great Storm on Lower Coast I About 88 acres of good high land on
.a 1 a ; ., ri.i1way5,000. The maximum fine is better than a man in a low position. .ten. the east or ocean side of the Indian river
)k po8fible8S $20,000." ; It is impossible, he said, .to tell It is suggested that the power of a In describing last Sunday's great I I at the Narrows, described aa follows: Lot

George L Thomas, of New York,was where such a class movement would end. 'member to give proxies should be done I storm on the lower Florida coast the I No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section

r. fined 6,000 and sentenced to four months, The next man in the line would want away with, thus preventing the massingof 'Miami correspondent of the Times- .36, in township 31 south, range 39 east.
This land is
car- : in the penitentiary. 5-- the same' allowance, and so' on down power into the hands of a few. Union writes: For farther unimproved particulars hot address finely located. .

}: L. B Taggart, of New York, was 'fined until eventually the working man would .il. Another is that the meetings of the "Reports from different portions of E. M. Low, S

$4 000 and" sentenced to three months in bear all tiiia accumulated burden. committee should take place in some the county indicate that the Sunday Brockton, Mass.

the penitentiary. The hill had passed the house of representatives other city than Jacksonville. Or at least, storm was more severe In many places Comb White

:' The corporations, that ill 5 the ran who- by a strict party vote, the day it is suggested, there ought to be a rota- than here. At Cutler it is said that a Single Lehegro

the corporation were just before It is tion in the meeting places of. the committee I am disposing of a number oi my
: compose as a. distinctly Republicanmeasure regular tidal wave came In. coveringthe breeding hens, mated just right for next
f' t guilty as the little fellows mho went to and ia in keeping with the from year to year. ground with wreckage for a long season's breeding. I also have a surplusof

: t the penitentiary. They are criminals of theories of that party. It is an attemptto While these suggestions may, and distance from the shore. Captain Pin young stock, the finest ever raised, 1

} '( the worst and under the the probabiy would, work much good, yet age desired .
unconstitutional
r ,very stamp, yet, plunder treasury by an dar and another party, after the blow any
f, a law made by a Republican congress, they law; to create class distinctionsand they do not affect the vital difficulties of mast dispose of tbeee birds to make
was over found their staunch sailing room for young stock. F. H. BLACK :
keep out-of jail and run political parties privileges. ; and to enable the president : the primary systerq. vessels, that have weathered manya Sbarpes Fla. 1";- .
e as usual. Judges and juries may do their to exert\ an.unllne influence over The people of the state! of Florida are

'px- duty faithfnllybutRepnblicanpoliticianst the press by inviting his press agents to not ready to give up the primary. Theyare storm high and dry in the hammock -

I in congress make it impossible,to jail the travel 1 with him at public expense; and by a great majority its hearty supporters several hundred feet from the ENNIS & FORT

big criminals. to enable him also\ to go into doubtful and it will be many a long day shore line. At Cocoanut Grove a Key I
_
\ before they will consent to see it abolished West sailing craft with eight passengers RR
s "., -, states and work for party candidates at .
_:,> Trust Busting Pastime public expense. for the old convention plan, but it is was coming up the bay when the Blacksmith and Repair Work :

; k '\ Alltliat has EO far been done against .... .. well to acknowledge that there is a strong storm struck them. Riding on the 1:_

?' :'-' 'Ji"r; trust plundering is merely scratching the The Most Daring Mariner sentiment being aroused against the system crest of a high wave, they were land .f.

\1 and its friends should be vigilantin ed safe and sound, boat and all, In
,, surface. Not a trust has been forced to I All alone and forty miles from TITUSVILLE, FLA.
t t
-J1l : S '.:. reduce its enormous profits'and indeed devising means to perfect it and makeit Kirk )IUI roe'S yard."
shore Captain Adolph L. Frietsch
'f ; better and flexible and effectivein -
: the cost or more
; living has greatly increased
weathered the gale Saturday, and
,. i since the socalled the hands of the people. Dredgeboat on Way to Homoaassa Wagou made and repaired. Horse Shoring
trust busting organ.fi .
though he lost his mainsail he a specialty. Work from any part of Indian
: Does not this show that After a run of nineteen hours from River
the Republican reached Boca Grande Sunday. Since Weather or anywhere in the county will receive
.k '- politicians, although making fovea at the ReportSUOI.RY Jupiter, the massive dredgeboat Florida our careful attention. We stand the freight
1904 Frietsch has held the
Captain one and
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"fi : trusts ,in public, are secretly allowing belonging to the United States tion. Send as your work.
: reputation of the most daring mariner U.S. WEATHER OBSE&VEB.
b. them to continue their predatory wajfaie Engineering Department arrived this
E because of his long trips across the Highest temperature on the 27th 90.0;
; on the people? If the Republican party morning at the terminal dock, where '
Atlantic and the Pacific. In 1894 he lowest temperature on the 2nd, 69 0.
.: really wished to prevent the trusts selling made the trip from New York to Mean temperature the month, 80.1; she Is coaling up today. She will BOBBINSQRAHAM

their products cheaper abroad than here, average mean for 25 years, 79 ;; highest await here the arrival of the launch
; Queenstown In a 13-ton schooner.On mean for 25 years in 18'JO, 83.4; lowest
the leaders in <<
would have air
congress tender and service lighter, each havIng -
< this trip he was at sea thirty-four mean for 25 years in 18' .!, 73.8; rainfall in
< lowed some sort of tariff revision bill to for aboard. The -
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a pass. But all the lulls for that purpose! greatest for 29 years in 188914.28; least Florida is a handsome double-decker

.': have been voted down hi committee by a made a twenty-six-day trip across for 29 years, in 1899 0.56.Prevaihngdirectionofwind. (Incorporated. Paid up Capital f23.000.CO.
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{ 1 .- Honolulu. Captain Frietsch arrived In Number of clear days, 20; number of the latest improved machineryfor This company owns lands
/ tariff to 100 per rent on those articles in the Indian River
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: fair days, 6; number of cloudy days, 4, suction dredge work. She Is if
.: that are taxed over that enormous per Key West Tuesday night in his number of days with rain, 10. Number try,00 the St Lncie River, '

,: i 5 I centage. The fact is the trust busting schooner Anna F., and will remain In of days with thunder, 19. manned by Captain Die and a crew of at New River and on Biscayne *

k ? x campaign is intended to just scare: the these waters gathering shells and marine Island Home. Merritts Island Fla. twelve men. She has been engaged in Bay, "

r .?' trusts and combines enough so they will curiosities for several days. He Government work on the Indian River PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
For
"come down with the dust" The campaign : will go to Bimini from here, and will Eggs HatchingSingle for the past several monthsand Is now

w ;fond in that way is replenished then cross the Atlantic to,Cape Fear Comb White Leghorns, from my on her way to Homosassa. where she Send for land lilt.OrricziAT. .

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#l.fiil -" ;:' .' headwayto, be"subdued... He at once taking,of turtle.during ttfj layins'Mikson '
\ ri4 .by da r danahnh 1 SIVedl'' 'This: *, nda was-2 38,600. ,- .. i '

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.... O' ci .Mo daytevening:. '1'hel, were hair:medicine. F 9 ; amounted to 46' carloads train, and..proceeded with his passengers of turtle nests-, : .The fishermen" 'are .. J:''-' '
:;::-jj, ;! :;-w 0"'!'matrr'''''> '' br.='*GreatCommanderl" ", caused ,barrels:-hence' "this':year to the city:'who,had beeen transferred .: said'to be in hearty accord:'?rItb this ,= .' ,l
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J yncoln Avery, e i raLCa11.w&i: Increase. of.25 .carloads and ,
medicine were at 'once sent to the scene, and will be glad to see.such a law t&s&stL,. r 1 _
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:1 J ;'Richey M ::Me1se1., After' tntrodue- ,Th bit Wad of$ the,total.' shipments .
Sold for TT. to keep the market sapplied.: Key-
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Letter to J. 1C. 0 lan '
this office Tuesday of the -finest
v :bite :;containing'''Great Commander lJers 15, 991, and ending June some ,--?. ,
1W3; : } Bermuda! onions that,we have seen IE Titasvillef Fja. +_
Boyntonv 'and' Governor Broward the, above shows a falling off
." several years. They were nearly all Dear Sir: There's'twice as much horse, '
: pounds. .
'treecbedrthecorneiof
;f: ; Qriawold and ,
-4 Martinique: the same size; but one, a little.larger in one horse-it may be a amare-i-aa there F f
,Tenth.Streets'they"'were'met :by>> the her"k. U in or three "
Miami than the, others, measured 17 1-2 .two others together, ,
:> -? City"",Band'and, Company C, and the t .( ;'Ke
y : of City Council Inches in circu>nference. .Mr. Walsh So with paints 'too. If a painter cao ;lYr

w: :march' ;to,the';Harrington began The It has ,been learned had 'a quarter of an acre planted. do roar job with'10 gallon Devoe for .- t
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"FJP} :; > : onions and the crop yielded one,hundred $50; it'lhake 12,15 or 20,of other paints; '. etip
'''L ; 'popular,sire: ,The.streets, were lined of the P. & 0. S. S.;Line at its last meeting and the cost of a job is about |5 a gallon j
and twelve bushels and one peck,
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.-1i; people., 'ArriVlng at the Harrington and will leave here the. municipal. ownership whatever the paint may be. '
actual measurement He' also had a :
: the 'band struck up '"The' Star Tuesday of next week: public' utilities. In ac cauliflower '1 There are paints adulterated thre&.
of ,
good English
;;: .{, Spangled Banner,',and a crowd'of the hailing'port. with'the pledge of Mayor crop peas quarters-only one quart of paint in a igallonhe's
beans and sweet all of
1w : .great camp review and others cheered The .news comes to that his administration should beets corn : got to paint four gallons of t'
which
him Mr.
brought good prices.
.: : r .the chief executive, ,.of. Florida. she has been'bought by at once to, securing con rubbish to get one gallon paint. The
Walsh he has of
2? "Governor Broward and ,daughterJ' ship Line; running waterworks, etc., .by the says a fine crop worst horse you've got is as good as that

A resolution was unan- guavas, and. will have fifty bunches'of paint, and he'll!go aa far
:were escorted, into, .the hotel, Mrs. and 'Boston and other
bananas to sell this summer. Whena The leea-gallona is the paint, as '
"'1; jIGraTeS, Mrs. .Melsel_ and Great: Commander points. .A adopted appointing a commit- paint
man.raises as much stuff as he does: the most horae horse is the borse.Yonrumly
; Councilmen to investigate
; ) Frances E. Burns conducting Line :was here last
I a'y on a small piece of ground there f
".- ,Miss_Broward, and Major Boynton and over, and although it and financial value .of ought not to be' hard*times in F,'W'DEVOE &: Co., =
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', others, introducing the Governor tojthe that she was sold at', plant; with a view to 5. New York ,
Florida, and there is not in this partof S. J Pritchard & Son
',;.;;f. ,, assembled delegates. here, it is pretty by the city. Another P. s.. : sell ourYoung's paints
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the State.-New Smyrna Breeze.
Jt '"When,Governor. :.Broward arrived atJi'f was made*ait the time. was adopted introduced by R5

The Martinique is'a the aggressive champion : -
,the. tunnel depot he remarked, that Call at Titusville Livery, at rear of pemale'GollegeTHOMASVLLE '

lt4 Port. Huron. must, be near, the .North will 'no doubt add ownership in the Coijn- Robbins' law office, for stylish rigs.'

r' 'P9Je. ,J. D. Patterson handed him.a ready high merit of the president appoint a Leave your orders for hauling, both doable GA.

4 raincoat and told him"to keep It ,as steamers. committee to investigate the and single. J. M. Osban, proprietor" Highest Curriculum
Fifteen SpecialUtt IB Faculty
under.which the streets
long as he remained in ,Port; Huron. The; Martinique's. are Broad Deere and CertifieaU Course r

r Governor Broward is Maccabee. and vana and Key West the Tampa Electric Railway We meet all competition in they furniture New Movie Baildlne.NawlyFiirBUned and BxpretwloB e

by the Miami which and other corporations, in Steam Went,Klectrto Light* .
:ii' represents the tent ,.at Tallahassee. lice, pay the freight on all orders Gymnailum.Swimming Pool
:'J'i i. 'He expects to enjoy his visit to Michigan port in' two or three some provision may be guarantee our goods to give satisfaction, Bowling Alley

f i-:1 1y r;; and appreciated his .reception." The present 'crew of a revenue shall be, derived and have the most np-k date line to Trained In BoOM Nurse and Physical Culture Director .'... l

'-'.&;!! with Captain Dillon in government for the valua- select from that was ever shown'on the
BEST CHRISTIAN HOME INFLUENCES
Any man with a twenty,dollar bill can take 'her to New. York, chlses accorded the corpora* Indian river *
'_ become a bloated bondholder, Address : I. COCHRANE HUNT -
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an exchange. 1 will .not. remain 'with the use of the thoroughfares. Cocoa Furniture Co., Cocoa, Fja. President '
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cheerfulness -
i. f"iKtt..wWll BR-iwtiji 1JIIIOn: "... I! i; soon .
of: the:UnitedStateIn: :1905 .
<.. 7 5 ,"" KV. ::>t.f JT.ViJrii... ; ii' r ...'.....;&>\foTAs. gems.tn": ri.- S ', ... disappesrwbentbekidneys t
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$328,330Tt
the
: { : s of order
.... are out, Fertilizernot less
than
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t. 1uc'Ta1ued 'at'
mines & their yield b diseased. .
: or .
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_..,.&; rt"> "......"" 'V.0.;#'''''1lteaalahls'. -.. ...,.., ..",to,,;.-t./peei.etliaiceAeshu. .,,.... >'.,,, ". .$123,000..The'value of precious stones, 'Import become.IO'pren1ent;

....-:". # ...>!,.,,.....,.... "' ..,o 'l.J.$ .." ,."'. --. :..".. ed la'1905,was 34m513 ascompared that it is not uncommon ten per cent It must be in the
ihitsiaelae '>riaes : for a child to be born ,
:;; v. la' the '
with Imports of 1904. valned.at;
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!AeN( tf4isteel... t3ieat'Aeataa'd. _>rarYPAat. '; $20,086.000. the stones .Imported.In.. afflicted with weak kid
:,_ }'Jf.j'f ;: .O"-\< "-'Ni'' ''':;:! "r.'J :. = neys..If the child urinates f rmo'f of POTASH of
'i;";;' ..'.''',UOG... 1005 Included glaziers' diamonds worth Sulphate
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$6.8jO.jdi; dost valued at I190.- oiino scalds the flesh Or If;when tho'reaches' child
.;.1 ; .la'%t4''bl..tbeUp rU>f the .
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072. rough or uncut dlattondii.ortb. aa age when It should be able to

\ .;- lUnltMiStitesgwloglciU'survey to'be' .$10,231,111,, set; diamonds. worth $741.. control the passage;.it Is :yet afflicted with highest quality. < -
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,ttie: jest gem mine.in.the.w rid,la unset ones valued*at $? i5,3O'and bed-vettmc; depend,upon it.the cause of

: Fl shoat to be vworked In Montana,.says a: other stones,' not set, woct'J.$'t144.434. the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first "Plant '
Food" and
i "Truck
*' step should be.towards. the treatment ol Farming" are two, pifactM.
.! ulili' II dispatch.to the.New. :;York The Importationof precious stones for

'k! j.; M"'t: '4aa: .I Via located in 'Yoao-plch: and the month c of December, 1903 was.valued these trouble important Is duo to organs a diseased This condition unpleasant of the books which tell of the successful growing of potatoes and the .

__ 1J{ ,' :*I..x.[about- \tour" mile-long' .. on. the sur"iP at.$3G33,379..whlch: Is as much. as. kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as other garden truck-sent free to those who write us for.the.

: face'mud descends to an unknowndepth. : the importation- of any. entire' year. up. most people suppose. -
.,.- to 1879. .Women as well as men srfi made, miserable Address,,GERMAN KAU WORKS f
\: .. JtJJ'a that the_entireworkable ;wtth kidney and ,bladder. trouble, New York-03 Nassau Street.. or Atlanta o.. ZJ So.Brow Sued. '
'$ : sapphire, bearing: rock will4ipproxlmate both need the
.. Tour Ller x and same great remedy.
; x-, "-: *t.:" _1,000,000 cubic,: A The mOd and the Immediato'effect of
; is out of order Yon go to bed In'a bad Swamp Root is soon realized.' It is sold '
} ,coining i plant :is now being, erected '
humor and bad in
get np'wi'h a taste in'
: f- ri '.theere'whlch'wtW quadruple .the previous ,' your month" You want something to by druggists fifty-
and
cent one, .dollar'sizes.
tf;{ ;' output and make Montana! sapphire ,stimulate your liver.*Just try Heroine, You have a.|

agp' -.mining au 'important' factor. in American the liver regulator,. A positive liver'com-cure fur sample bottle may by mail The Geo H. Fer .Hardware Co
>nstipatioi, dyspepsia and ail
t:,tt gem production. 9 free also pamphlet tell- Dome eC e.....aooolag

\ .The.stones,obtained .are not of large plaints "Have Mrs F used-;.Ft.Herbine Worth in Teiax, all about it, including many of the
write
'3"r-" '! .. size.' from '"culls" used nr.y thousands of testimonial letters received
} They range ,
family ears. Words can't'txpl'tll '
;; tor watch! jewels and,other mechanical what-I thin in from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer MACHINE SHOPS J
ij /;; about Everybody my & Co., Binghamton, N, Y., be sure and ;.
Tr: .P-it purposes, to gems averaging. when cut household are happy and "'ell. and we mention this paper ; .. :, '7.,

,from.half,a.carat. 'to.two or three carats owe j it to Herbine.. Sold by Red Cross .

f-y," and rarely up to five. or six carats.: Pharmacy DoD make aar mistake, but rememberthe
.
t : name, Swamp-root, Dr Kilmer's p. Metal Work
: As gems they are .brilliant, free from Root and the address Binghamton. N.. YH Plumbing'and <_
'-if i'>; flaws and of good color ranging from o i every bottle. '

$ syay-; 7t light shades to the rich deep, blue oft MOUNTED POLICE HEROES

oriental sapphires.' The, Yogo crystalshave''an t BUILDERS HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
Official. Report Tells of ThriUiaEYeats Missed a Grand Chance.
: advantage for mechanical
!. the 1lorthweat.The I
We
can deeply sympathize' with the
'.li- East Indian stones in their
; .uses over
blue book recently Issued by the Vienna manvlio was dialleLgcnl to
*'fi' form, which is largely short prismatic
'
Canadian government on the North- fight 151 duels.: A man would have to Agricultural Implements
rhombohedral with flat basal terminations -
'W or
west mounted police contains many take more than a passing interest in

.'::i': and hence they need much stirring narratives, told In brief and any cause ID! be anxious to die for it

,; -t-r .'0'. leu'eottlDg for such purposes as watch official style. Bays a special dispatch 151 times in one day, but as only his SANFORD, FLORIDArrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

1 ;t.i .Jewels., The gems are sent to Amsterdam from Winnipeg to the New York. honor was involved he didn'tfeel, like
for and from two-
cutting yield
: ; Times. It furnishes proof that crime standing up to be shot at that many
3 .t'' .fifths to one-half their ,weight in uu-
: .
-k within the jurisdiction of the police times.It .

i 7J. finlvhed' stones will be dealt with no matter bow re- may be great for the honor, but
.H't According to information received at ,
mote the district or how dangerous the it is mighty poor: for the digestion to '
.J. the of the the southern ==
;offices survey =R'
.-"' j journey. have a man trying; to give a good Imi-
t rycounties of California bid fair to rival
'" Inspector Genereuz: of Prince Albert tation of a sieve and partially .succeed- r
+; ;; ;'P the Ural mountains In the production traveled 1,750 miles by canoe and dog ing. But as we understand the Euro ii SPAULDING'S BASE BALL
of tourmaline, beryl topaz and other
l train: to Inquire into an alleged murder pean duel there was not much dangerof '
.. .. precious stones which have been the
case. ._ that.
_ :,,1'. R 1f;(; ,'pride of, that region for the last. halfcentury Corporal x Mapley left Dawson City by In fact if ail accounts are true he I and Sporting Goods are

4, dog train for Fort McPherson In the would have been safer on the field of IM
kv The turquoise mines of New Mexico
/ dead qf whiter and went by an unknown honor than at home for at the latter

-z tti. -and Arizona have lately not been as route across mountain ranges place he might catch the measles or Distributed to the trade in Florida exclusively by
George
productive u formerly says
for a distance of over 600 miles to the:whopping: cough.
1 F. Kuni in a report on the production make another Inquiry. On the whole it looks to us as though '

.t <
tfv Egan penetrated 200 miles Into the a bet. 'Think what a figure with
i. however been increasing
.1'. have wilds'of'Keewatfn, where the Indiana the ladies the hero of 151 duels would

r 'their'output.. Considerable quantities say the foot of,white man sever before have cot JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
'!4i' -of turquoise have been taken from the
trod and arrested murderer there for
{t unlnes in the desert region of Kan'13er- 1 OA.-rOR.E.A.: : .
crime.committed a
a more tijan year I IpnYlo
"i -nardlno county, CaL Many of the lJy..., Milt ifN E nd lit chats '"
: Prices the F 0. B. Jacksonville the
.. .stones range from DO to 700 carats In' Constable Pedley traveled from Fort on goods are

-" i size. Some of them have sold for as Chlpewayan to Fort Saskatchewan hi p ill same as charged in New York, saving considerable

much as IL50Q each..' The color Is pale the depth of winter with a raving lunatic i ill in freight.
} r' but it has gained favor and large .
t : quantities of the stones have been sold strapped to,a. dog sled and the Send for catalogue and sell Spaulding's Line.
hardship and anxiety .of the 'Journey araTutt'sPilis I
-: in the farm.of beads for necklaces. made him/insane.

From time to time amethysts are discovered .Constable Conradl galloped from

; ; ,, in North Carolina especially safety to the help of a settler tad his -
la the region of Rabun gap, Georgia.on .
a x family, In deadly peril from a tremendous -

: on the North Carolina border. No prairie fire and fought It staged After eating of a bilious habit
persons
quantity sufflcleat to warrant mining OF SEA ROIIIE&
and almost suffocated, until the greater will derive great benefit by taking one QUEEN
Yet of the stones
seems to exist many
j part of his clothing was burned off of these pills. If you have been
are Incomparably beautiful second Indeed -
him. DRINKING TOO MUCH
v ,
to none found in foreign coun
-
p .Behind these bald and brief_ statements -' they will promptly relieve the causea,
ta'ieLy
: Never before in the history of the of official facts loom up the out- SICK HEADACHE -
errs lines of 'stories of endurance and unostentatious Merchants & Miners Trans. Go's
: United States has there been such a andBcrvoosnesswhlchfonows,restore
heroism. At the time the
t ,demand for diamonds as there was. In the appetite Lad remove gloomy feel-
report was Issued the force consisted fags. Elegantly sugar coated.
x 1903. Large quantities were imported. STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN
of 54 officers. 650 noncommissioned
: :but the United States produced none. and Take No Substitute. .
men and -109 Interpreters guides *
.In'1OO3 it produced diamonds to the ---- ----
artisans, making a total force of 813.
: value of In 1901 It had output
an
,
$50
I
In the year the police brought 4,627 of-
4' worth in 1900 its was PHILADELPHIA.Direct
BALTIMORE &
1100 production fenders before.the courts, and of these SAVANNAH :
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i wanted at $150. and in 1809 the country ,
822 dismissed. These ,
only were casescover Frrry'i Seed we best tecaciv FO
boasted native diamonds to the value -
a great'variety of crime from successful year lure been tinnlliitbutr
development-half eatery ---- Connections for-
t of Diamonds have been discovered
; $300.
= f murder to cattle stealing:' of exprrt rare in welting luciulupenor
s In the United States In four different to all often
Arrangements hare been made with We we in-uisn! in eromnc
: regions, but their actual place of dower and vegetable seed*, Washington New York and Boston.
the new provinces of Alberta and Sas- love coed Au.uai tree.o. .
is in every unknown. All ,
: origin case .
katchewan for continuing the force, d. FESSY & ca.
: that have been found in loose
1 were each province paying $75,000 yearly to- Detroit
and superficial deposits and all acci Nlch.p Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations .
ward its maintenance.
dentally. It U,not at.all Improbable. and cuisine unsurpassed.

i however that some day the original p SEND FOR BOOKLET.H. .
Ma Live 100 Years
j
sources of this. queen of gems may be f

1 discovered. The chances for living a fall centuryare -\ /f.gi.. C. AVERY, Com'l Agent, Jacksonville.J. .
f made excellent in the case of Mrs. Jennie
The high price of diamonds has Duncan of Haynesville Me., now 70 D C. WHITNEY, 2d Y. P. ft T.K., V.P. !TURNER G. P. JL, J
'the recent search for these precious
years old. She writes, "Electric Bitters GENERAL OFFICES BALTIMORE ID.SBABARD.
stones in the United States and Cana-
cared of chronic
me dyspepsia of 20 years
: .da keener than ever before. A care- standing and made me feel 1 as well and

f itch fur diamonds was kept dur- strong aa a young girl. Electric Bitten

r {., :.In \e examination by the United cure stomach and liver diseases, blood disorders i Chamberlain'sColic :i

Stales geological survey of many samples general debility and thlypak..

: of gold and platinum sands at the ness. Sold on a guarantee at Red Cross

'. Lewis and Clark exposition in Portland Pharmacy. Price only oOc.N Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy RAILViTAY. i iAIRLINE r I

( -Ore. A lookout for diamonds

has also been kept by a number of people Reason For Keeping ft. Almost every family has needof -FOR-

y who have been dredging for gold "I have a nice block of. mining stock a reliable remedy for colic or Savannah Columbia Southern Pines II

on an extensive scale in th@ rivers of for sale." diarrhea at some time during the ,

s "Of course it i* for sale. It wouldn't Richmond Washington, Baltimore. r

rot Over Sixty Yean. be mining stock It it wasn't" year.This remedy is recommendedby i

$ MIL WiDl1o. Soothing Syrup has dealers who have sold it for Philadelphia New York,
'been used for over sixty by millions
yean
K>f mothers for their children while teeth Hckle. many years and know its value. TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. I

ins with perfect success. It soothes 'hechIld "So si'- is: a married woman. The It has received thousands of t

softens the gums, allays all pain last time I saw her she claimed to be testimonial from grateful people.It SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAILMODERN I

y z 1 'cures wind colic and is the beat remedy wedded to her art" has been prescribed by physicians ,

- ; for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor "Well she is wedded to her Bill with the
t' little sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists now." most satisfactory PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.

is every part of the world. Twenty results.

; fire cents a bottle. Be sate and ask for It hu often saved life before ONLY LINE \

;_ f {4 ; "Mn. Window's Soothing Syrup." and Another Postponement medicine could have been I
1 The Fourth U coming heavy toDe seat foil Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or. aio.
tike other kind.
; no. .. .
And from the noise we hear oc ft physician summoned.
< > For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent 01
\ We. judge UM MUM Fourth's been poetpoad. It only costs Can
a quarter.
.' A.. write to .
> : > TsiUiV.i jtfs At least for one more year. you afford to risk so much for to A. 0. MACDOSELL, S. C. BOYLSTON, Jr.,

:) **.fir sMff y You can't de-cracker any town fade? BUY IT NOW. Asst. General Passenger Agent Passenger Agent. .
Or
Ub&7& keep a good akyvecket down JACKSONVILLE '
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':Sh; e..i.' : JuWn'ip.'TbOmu'of;NewN ., "Levee,mails' no;irptytt' b1 .feefoldme"'rhaf.3ttlOnghtBeI dlTorce hospital is' ( L "':'. ,: .):

.";>,:.;.. I.. ...;:aMaCharte,. 'Levee" .. ab.1'renCb? ; ; :aa ready.fpr l an oper* .1iJ ... is CASTORIACastoria :
experienced aeronant heanea Jbctter ?
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:3. fIG dI_th-;;Americaiajt the. Nei'YOrtTbeleft fingers:we opened'the vavesagain alt; fthe jam his" .mother. can put .up Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant 16 ;t

i.,.<.it: ,, ,and.. slowly. began to eecead." to.a season.g contains, neither Opium, Morphine nor ,other Narcotiosubstance. '. {t_
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| New York "in.Dr. Thomaa' After:a time:.theght; once .more '- Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms t" r .
> came,back.to ne, bnt.wewereatW3ae: :Be'D made by another.man mates'a.! ;'
i.0' j. vbir. balloon,'the:Nlrrana, at 6 o'clock : and _allays Feyerishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind, a .
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high that it did notreneyeth*painful man?feel,like swearing at the'job. .
5 w a.recent Sunday:night mud (or.for.: chllL. 'Then:ore sailed(on .again." 1'.jT; rf -.f. Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles: cures Constipation .L J. ,-

DTI .tee>i.and,:a ;half;;hours; were buffetedabOnt' Dr.: Thomat'la'a\they'went higher 'No one' likes- 'to., play. second fiddle. and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the '" 1" :-:

:: .,yer: K,w York ,Pennsylvania' but the' Stomach and Bowels giving healthy'and natural sleep =
: ; than .any ,other American, balloonist: most are willing to help on i
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; 4\; |and New" .Jersey, landing on'the farm went farther westand.were longer In anvil chorus::- The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. 1
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; 1 Otaeco'county. N, 'Yw at half of .
';" :Don't crack jokes at the expense GENUINE
k f1fJ' :past 8.o'clock.>> .theneitlnorning. Notxe..... Tear wetsMany others If you want to' do, something. CASTORIA ALWAYS i1 ;
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."fJfii: .Dri'.Tbomu 'gare' description of serious diseases arise from neglect serious at their expense. .N
:J-h..their jonrney,. "Immediately after rlsatE'ing of the bowels. Chamberlain's Stom- Bears the Signature of :i::

". aboye"the city,", he said, "we en, ach and Liver Tablets are pleasant andagreeable Jt. isn't better to have played and ;.

tered' a storm "stratum, and the last !laxative. .They invigorate the lost than.never to have played at all 'J;
liver and regulate the bowels. For sale {
$ tbJng: e"w was Grant's tomb as.we _T .
by all druggists and medicine dealers.
: ,aBed over it., We did not know wheth- Many" a man has won a reputationfor 3-

.l'i rwe, had crosscl'the Hudson or were Death to Jack Rabbit*. wisdom by being a good guesser.

".J/J. :hailing,but, to sea'until we heard the Railroad men are:predicting the complete ;

i' .- church bells of Haeke 1sacL.: Far above I annihilation of jack raUblta along The man who has but one idea in. his

tlt 'tM'the 'sun 'was then shining with' mar-. 'the'So thern. pacific. ;;line .betweenYuma head never_has to search for It.. Tie ,Kind You to Always Bought' .. t tIn

"ff TClous radlaQce, while below'ue. there and Tucson and' also between

,were rain, :_and, clouds, and how beauti.ftil Tucson and El Paso,;' gays the' Tucson Half the World Wonder

the clouds were as we looked down (Ariz.) Citizen. The.: electric headlight How the other half lives Those who Use For Over 30 Years. i\.
cpbn' them! Orer'Little Falls -N. J., th y1'sai. business .
Is doing the for it use Bucklen's Arnica salve never wonderif THC ccvnuin_ .'rr UMMT CTMCI Mjw rom"errm

'we dropped within a few hundred feet seems to stupefy and frighten cold'the it will cure cuts, wounds burns. sores .

.lib ofthe earth and shouted my telephone long eared creatures which sit on .the and all skin eruptions, they know it will. S : : !

: number to several persons and that track until they are run down ,and Mrs. Grant Shy, 1130 E.Reynolds st,

'' "message reached my wife;. killed Just how many thousand:jack aprmgneld:: IlL, says: "i regard it one

"The :we rose again rapidly for the rabbits 'there', : are along "the Southern. of the absolute necessities of housekeep.
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'not: ;:; Pacific is but the ing." Guaranteed by. Red Cross Phar- : 't-i.
night' We were quite afire,which problematic, railroad 25c. Florida East Coast Railway .
rn' .triy'.we"were drifting; but realized we men' say' that the ranks of the repre- macy.

'Were traveling very rapidly. Presently sentatives of Kansas are rapidly being
Novel Bttlldlaff of Summer Home

+x f we atorm entered Imaginable.the most' Below terrific, were electrical' the electric thinned, out.headlights Before the the day jack of rabbits'strong 'In order to complete, costly summer Local Time Card No. 66 In Effect April 16,1 19U1!

home at Geneva,. Wis., In time for use
fir great banks of clouds that looked like would sit along the road and gaze at
this season a novel method 'was resorted SOUTff.BOUND-READ DOWN NORTH-BOUND-READ. tt
E 'mountains. the trains:! as they passed by. Now the to. An enormous circus tent was _
"The thunder seemed to roll along rabbits sit' on the track stone blind '*.
their summits and through the great trailing death by the engine wheels.. secured and erected over the spot Ml.99Dail No. 23 STAT IOXS. No.Daily725pm 78. No.Daily 98 t-f
where the building was to stand. This ) Daily
cloud bursting and cracking
'canyons
With effect like the splitting of the Beats the Music Core was at the beginning of winter. The 6 OOpm 920am _.____ .._:- __ 8 55am
an ____ ..___.Lv 17pm 447am.745am. C
s;; tent covered an entire acre and with 6 08pm 92Xam w outh Jacl sonvnle.
air. There was something weird in "To keep the body in tune, writes 7 20pm 1040am __.___- _.St. An u tine.___- 6 15pm
thunder below Above Mrs. Mary Brown, 20 Lafayette Place, numerous tires burning constantly the 753pm 1118am "..__._"_._.?..Boatings.?,.._._?._06 5 34pm620pm IS {9 aID
of us.
w the sound Poughkeepsie, N. Y. "I take Dr. King's work of excavating and foundation 808pm 113..am _.___...._East Palatka.._....... ._ ?" 6 30am

zz and about us there was the'most wonderful New Life Pills. They are the most reliable laying proceeded night and''day 33pm 1200m Ar.?.__.?_?_.___ PalaL'a..__.____. oopm : =
'display of electricity. The lightning 743pm 1110am Lv..._..__..__._. I alatka....._._.__...._..Ar 5 45pm
M and pleasant laxative I have found. -- _. ...._......_.
flitted the basket ran -- II 25pm __ Ar__ __San :Mateo Lv ; 515am
1 M through' :Best for the stomach, liver and bowels. _.___. 51.5am; Lv_ _._._..San Mateo _.___.Ar 9 25pm ...--.-
.pp' and down, the ropes and played Guaranteed by Red Cross Pharmacy. 25c. 90opm 12 32pm Lv...._._._BunuThs_____Lv Wpm 5 39am
across. our'faces, but we did not Inter- Sunshine: in your 914pm 13 *Jpm .. ___._........Dupont__._.--._ Zpm 5 30am500am.
did not molest us. MARYLAND'S NEW ,SENATOR. 946pm 113pm _..___._._ Ortnond-._..__.____" 3 50pm .
fere with it audit. : 1002pm 24pm _.. Daytona _.____.___" 345pm335pm 448am437am
If couldcomprehend the! tranquil 10 13pm 1 31!pm .. _____. .. Port Orange-.____._"
indifference you and "utter"- absence of fear AM. Instance of William Fluckner"Whyte's ; Home: '. 1035pm 20upm444pm Ar..._..._.._._?-..New myrna._..._._.__....?. 3 15pm. 415am

Prowess as a Lawyer. r 11 lOam Art___ Lake Helen..._._..__...1Lv 1 OOPI1ISpm
that come tq\one, ,so far above the of Senator 11 :Jam 4 55pm .. ____ Orange City ___ --... 12 IiOpm 59pm
.earth you;'trod understand! why., Isay.:: -.Tiie prowess as alavryer times'a is assuredto 1140am 500pm +!_.___ ._ Orange City Junction --.....-i.Ar 12 4:pin 6 50pm

= molest the Hjihtnlnsi .It William Pi lck ej'\\1i3-'?Maryland. Fifty-two year 10 45pm; 210pm j.y..____...._Xe\F Smyrna..?...,._..... 3 O.'pln "U5am-
4 we did not who recently 'succeeded the late Sena- if 11 10pm 2 40|>m ....._.._......__Oak HillTitusrille.____.._ ..Lv 240pm 33bam
;I' did not seem to.lmpr> '-* iw.except that you you 11 61pm 316pm Ar__....?..._.. ...........?...._....... *. 2 0.1 pm SOUam 3
Gorman extended all the
enjoyed the grandeur of the'thing. tor over 11 lOam b Art____.___eaufonl_..___......117 11 55am 6 30pm
'we o'clock country, sa s..a Washington correspondent 630pm 11 5am Lv.._......_._.____ .anford.___._.___...._I.tr 550pm 11 10am
:-4This 'storm1lasted, from .a, of the 'New- York Herald. READ The SUN 11 Slpra 3 16pm351pm Lv_....._._..__._t ltlNllle __?__ _..\r--r 205pm am
xu1t145. to the. morning.. ;Meanwhile. we when he of 12 Siam _.___...:..._Cocoa...__.._..._._.___].v 121pm 2 ..>am
2,000 to'5.000 feet above the One incident was governor 12 Slam 3 54pm422pm ...__.....__._.lnek.eige__._.__" 29pm 21Xam ;
.F were from Maryland will serve to, illustrate It 101am I. _.______.Em (iallte.__..._..__.._.. 12 47pm1237pm -J'ara, .i ,.
a earth and.going through space at prob- the : 1 riarn: 4 30pm _....?._..._ _..Ielbourne.....?...._...._..._.. CTara
thirty miles an hour. ,Soon after he had worv.the case of Thai illustrated weekly paper, 1 56am248am 5 10pm ____:iebus an...__.___" U 52am 12 r4n.. ;
ably eilty.or state against James, reported*In the ", Jacksonville 6 00pm _.._?...._... _.St. Lucie. 10 libam 12 bon't,
"'Whenever'the'storm abated we saw printed in and 305am 6 15pm ____ Fort Pierce__._._ 10 .Viara 11 ;).rptn.
of small lightning bugs far sixty-third Maryland reports, in which 830am 6 37 pm .. .._.._...__....._- ..Tlbballs...__.? : 10 17am 11 IfipnL '
is myriads be acquitted the .traverser, under the published everywhere. 335am840am 641pm640pm ___.___ ..Eden?____.r-? 10 l:"am1008am 11 15pm.U .
? below us, ajtd with all seriousness I ___.-..._?.........Jensen. ____....?.__ 419pm\
that at' times law prohibiting the selling of pools, a S lam 6 57pm __._._.__.Stuart-....__.__.__ .. 10 Warn) 10 '
:c am obliged to tell you man who looked like a "sport" walked 420am440am 7 23pm"M....__._.._.. hobo Sound ____._..__.._ .. 9 Slam 10 29pm .\.,
'we were nearly devoured with mosquitoes 7 4<)pra _.______..Wei-t Jupiter.__.___.__. liam 10 0!rpm. ,
+ New Jersey. into Governor Whyte'aofce' at Balti- A. K. Taylor 5 15am 8 15pm _.__..... ..._\Ve.-t 1'alin leach __._...w" 8 4..am 9 SOpm.
j while passing over more and said: 5 4am) 841pm860pm __ Boynton _______ 820am812am 9 Olpra. 9
Suddenly1" ',wind changed, a little 553am657am: _..?.?...........?....... Delray...___._.:.._ .". 8 SOpro. 4
felt we "Is this William Ptockney Whyte IS 4JWD 940pm .. ____Fort l..auderdllle..____..._ 7 tram 7 &pin. ;'
after midnight:. and we sure "It Is," said the governor. llak.i.the cartoons and all the 947pra II .__...____Danla... ___ 7 19am 7 50pm
were going out to sea. I confess that f.-'.. '. 70am 9 U"pm __IlalIlUIla1e______.._. 7 roam 7 39pm.
,, period of "Well," said the man, ,"I want you togo other pictures 7311am 10 SOpm .. .__..__-Lemon CU7'__'___ 6 4.:iam 14pm.
.this was a very unpleasant to Philadelphia with me." 7' T5Uam 10 Ol'm Ar____._ __..._.._._Lv 6 30am 7 05pm.
v our Journey. 800am .. __ Lv:___.__._MlamL...____.??.gar ___ 00pm .
matter over and decided The governor felt like asking whether 1030am .._._ 1rI__.._.__llumestead.Lv __._.._... 12 30pm r
"We talkeUtha and his peremptory visitor was a police-
.tbatfwetwoujd drop down Claude L'Engle
lights" a man; but, refraining from that he Buffet Parlor Cars on trains 29 and 73. Buffet Sleeping Cars on trains 99 and 9S.
as oQn aa we could see the I Daily except t>un .
asked for explanation.The
g For miles we sped merely an
cltyrwouldilight. man replied that some friends of Ho.23 !No 19' i 'iNo 16'!' 1 F:2ii
and then. In editorial paragraph
appeared pungent 'No.IS No.20 No.22 Sat.
j on but 00 lights the Sat. No.21 No.n No..15 Daily #
in criminal
Indictment Oa11y -
under .
'a!distinctness that made us both his, I that and Ex.SBB.. MAYPORT BRANCH. Ex.Sun.. ml.Suiu. b
looks after the things
.
-t\h
court of Philadelphia,.were about to be Sun. Daily Daily Dally Dally Dallf Dally ,
spring for the valves without of a water-spokentirord'we tried for violating the'pool selling law, I need attention. Only ____ Only f

? heard the sound there and that he had 'been informed 950p 6-1p 510p 200plOOOaLv.....__.Jacksonvilie..Ar, 700ft 840a lonr; 600pJIayport 9".Op
; waves beating on the shore. As we 9ViplO.V.p 6P511: < 2o. v 10O5al", ._ '(JUthJ&cksonvme.Lv' 652a 832& 122"i 3p !'12p. '
PI
that If Governor Whyte could be in- __ r 1 1! 5 "
down like a 1001 7 2lp r,5iik| 2 SOp 1039* I4abloiGxeh 1' r
let out the gaa wedroPIJe4 duced merely to appear in Philadel- WARM, BRIGHT, FACDUTINGLT 72'pi! .YY'P 2 I..p 10 4 fa1"; : ....._..At1a"ltie Ieacll...? _" 61.r.l 7 5.a II'N 51.1 k"'p S
shot rag landed In .the top of, a tree 1050p 7 40pi 610p: 300p| U 0,a Ar..__ ... Lv161JJK.! 7401& 1200n' i-IIiI" $J1
know, but phia, as It he Intended to defend the CLEVERTkat's
did not
V' Where was we in the were mountains we of .northern case, so that the state attorney there PENINSCLAR! AND OCCIDENTAL STEAKSni CONNECTIONS AT NIA1I. ,
It
him the
could actually see prosecutions

r 3 Pennsylvania'-rhe'treetop. : I seemed think. u pretty com would be dismissed. the Sun Close Connection Made at Miami TIlth Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company for. g

Governor Whyte was Incredulous

fortable place, and after making best the we and so informed his visitor, but the Havana and Key WestTwo
curled up as
ropes fast we to awaitdaylight man Insisted and agreed to pay any If you pay to read this paper..yoi
both fell asleep
could and Our. ;: nap. had lasted about fee the governor asked merely for a can read THE SUN too, Sailings Each Week.

half an hour when there was a big trip on his part to Philadelphia. The WITHOUT EXTRA EXFENSS. Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers-.
named his fee which
was
,
f balloon. governor
of the
lurch
sudden
< ;sh. a promptly paid and the following morn- These Time Tables show the times at which trains may be expected toarrire at aa.l rt'ar
t! 1. .1:'T "t J ; Utke World he met his client in the Quaker from the several nations,but their arrival or dei'artore at the times stated ii: not;TUU.-H.I
,. !.;.: L. > Ing Ask us or write us and not is this Company to be held responsible for any delays or any consequences arising tjerefrunu.For .
knows tll&Ballard's Snow Liniment! basl'l City. .
;t no BBperior-, orrbeumatism, stiff joints, To his amazement he was assured by Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

i .cuts, sprains, lumbago and all pains.it. Any Bay the local counsel of his client that what \W11 tell you hots.OA.BTORT.AA. "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
use
it, try it and sousedlBallard's he had been told by him was true. The
> 't who Snow Lin : governor was then asked to take his J. D. RAHNER Asst. Gen'l. Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
tnent proof of what it does. AlwTask .
a Hf ng ---- --- -- --
: in the balcony .In courthouse
; >of, is to get a trial bottkt place fistshs fo KM YHI Han Atojs Bought .
: you Do You Want to Know All About the
_ 25c.JiCc and $1.00., Sold by Red on the morning of the trial so situated t
Price that the state attorney: was bound'tosee ,
Cross Pharmacy.. _____
-. him. He was Instructed to be read. EAST COAST OF FLORIDA? y A

Ing a newspaper and to sit quietly as HOU.l3Tc.KS

waiting.. The governor obeyed Instructions
v CASTORIAlor and soon, out of the corner Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets Especially regarding Fruit Growing,Trucking and
; General Farming If eo, subscribe for the..........
.w I Iifcat tad Chill.t of his eye, he saw the state attorney A Buy Madkiaa fix Baij People.

pass along and stop and look fixedlyat Bring Qoldan H 4jt>y ul Boned Pigot FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.

neYi.--: .. him and then go hurriedly on. In aDd A soedflc Kidoev for 6&it1oD.".Impart Live

I less than half an hour his client came Blood. Bad =wets, Headache PRICE 25 CENTS PER ANNUM. {

1 tU r 1 to htm'and told him be might< back sad Backacbe. ln Tea In tab A MONTH. SAMPLE
T : go let form' Si cents a box. Genuine made by ISSUED ONCE COPY FREE...
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i s ref i )1'YY W. L. BRAGG St
a Manager Augustine Fla: .-
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"r <>; ;> : '- '< 'h it7J<: paiI .which"adds"'much to its weighed 'over,400 pounds and was
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;:>< :v > .. years df-Xade Clothing
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.:;',\.' ;'f"-_"." J'J;'_' ,;;.:...;. d ,,," .,_..IIIU., .-_--<,_."'"....h :."""._""- Uttfo daogbtenv the'..Hisses Jessie ,and them to the Smithsonian Institute at t=
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,_'.'.""_ t- ....r:4""" .'.".;, ",<.!lif-t.6.. .... "-...,'' :,.P",-......r..."....,.--< .'.',....!,"". --j"":"f"" 'iN'- Fourth: with' Gap>' Alex. .J. Goode'and. out-of-door 'life, and is said to be one of
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p, ,",t.\1. ;%"'";:""' ''Kf.i., .'..:F.G.nmphreya ;had this:mI. p Delightful showers to refresh vegetation have been novel and" exceeding- $1.50 tO $10 aU sizes

..::;.:.:'..-I.!... A },.:>;ii.Z''; '.to_.\ lac-" 'h ;aloneTim:'''' {< ',:'.'.'i''i'' '"'hohtI ;.,:,.... and "so. far a moat. comfortable summer. ly.interesting. --- !
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STETSON andHOUSERHATS
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:.,\ ;.. ;: ;., ,. Mt =::4J .;'flio1J :(leftwr ,
;j. > : : Mri. Ibn.nj ; for
: s ."" .. country especially Melbourne. an all- '
';tt 1." '- ;:i "' $; July 1st;'l906.
_ :, .'iT}. 'i. ..AQII\III1..H'to'pen. ; 'td'--L.. _: ec northMaeterEd liar-round home.
,,",' ":$ 'Th.i1, : !'.daal" '''''''' 'f'f. ...:i: ' .Jr';' >i P(aroouu.4.. .; : $1.50 to $5
",' : Amount received in June,19Q6.>__.15.106.30
.Jt ; :;;' : :' : BALD \ .
:: n d. FOB : t j T'= =? r=Jr=Jt=J
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Total $ 24.628.02
., i4Mra, condition
g "<< .u. &ndere One mire: Good ;sound
-v ; / """t \ _a.. -.. .H f ., gray ; Less warrants paid in June, 1906, and EDWINCLAPFSandCROSSETTS '
g'e boo1 being Ow dosed i it Orluid :'P and gentle' suitable for any ,'ork.,. also warrants delivered to county com.
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FINE SHOESEL
"<'>" ""' ? -k." ; "" ""-"--, ". ---h.- ..' light. single wagon and harness. miasionen and board of public in 1 $
-.;ie" A if A goodly.number of'oar=young people -Gso. C. Kcal, stnact OD-t 8,612.35 $3 to $6.50QUALITY"
5 "went laonch ;Wednesday moruing'toTitusville Shiloh Fla.Temiorsry SCILOSS .
i # 7{ by / : _. -- 2 BROS & CO.FtlWi .
-- Balance cash hand inl1'I, 19Q6.fl6,013.67T
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and jrepbri giomaa Fourth.. Clu'ixjS"
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:" 'J. ;)' "' :; h Injunction Dismissed above.amount is held as follows: "QUEEN
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-; 2"!;: r ;'M% &rtrimiField" -, hibMwirflneengioe ".. ,. Last Friday Judge Jones'beard the solicitors Deposited in Indian River State
}-.X'1i"' ",I-- > 'in bis boat and neIed IUUI.\8:; L"-races [ for the commissioners olSfc bank,Mjper cashier's certificate attached Fine Shoes for Ladles .
: : county to monthly statement and V
:4 MM-1 ..at'Titaeville'' -: theFonrth.Philip, : ;; Lucie county asking for'a dissolution cash in safe..__.._: ..__.-__._116,013.67 $2.50 to3.50 ;
aI Dtered. $ I
'(fichoyler' o.4_ --j. .t' e'aw ol,the temporary injunction granted the Balances belonging to each fund are as t=/ r=.Jr=.Jr=.Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=!Jt=r=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=r=r=r=J

> r-Mi-L'": .-ana''Mia. ".- &' ',-'J:,xldd' 'f" rettucedn ;.' week before; restraining the board from follows: Thesa brands are recognised leaders U style fit and flnlth. Sold only by leaders ,i _

i home MoDy-. aftMenjoyiif": .*. very building a county jail at Fort'Pierce. County revenue,general fund.......$3,908.28 THE LARGEST UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING! HORSE ON! EAST COAST
"' .,,pleasant.E Nwe.ith; the, .family of, 'Mr. The'dismissal was granted on account ** road and bridge ** ,...._1,693.35, OFIXOKIDAComplete

6 fad Mrs. JakiIleW' at::Seabreeae/and of apparent defects on-the face of the bill; *-' fine building and forfeiture ""- _.._____.._ 4.80L92M1.05' 12.13 line of everything that men and boys wear

Mr. and M'&A. A. Buck atOrmood. ** ____.. We sell'the
none of the numerous affidavits were pro feeding prisoners best that money can buy ;
** gp'l r'd fd,Dist.L_____._.. 12.93
iC? Dr.:tad MrL"V/8. Wiiol l dared in evidence and the dissolution of U- M M to ** 2..__--...,, 828.04 All goods marked in plain figures, strictly one price to all

Miami: /paid Indianola. a flying tisit 8on- the temporary injunction, as a matter of ., W U U U 3...____.... 195 5C

f day. leaving" their.little son. with his course, followed. Attorneys F. L. "" game" warden." fund" 4_new____di8t.__ 1003.06 200.00 MAIL OR.D'EaS A > PEpILTF f

$ grandptjents, Mr.: :and Jfri'\?.K. Bin. Hammings and C.T. McCarty appeared .property of deceased persons

v' i den.:wldh: the young,couple are.off on as counsel 1 for the St. Lncie county commissioners fund.__._._ _.___..____. 5.80 JAMES PETTCHABD,President. w.H.BROWN,Vice."wweas. '
school fund (
general----.2,5922
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i bolid r. ; and Knight & Bray were attorneys special tax school dist.1___. 18.51 l WINSTON S.BKANNINO. Cashier. ,
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.. .. < -' .. ** ** ** ** ** .....
for' the complainants, Messrs.R. 2. 9.M
.' Special School Fund "C" State aid. 284.00
:J f. \ LOTUS.1 HV -.-" ;: ., R: Ricon and R. D. Hoke. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

V :Mr, Kingold,spent Saturday in Coco The Killing of Willis Hari I Total.418,018.67R.

J %3Sm We are glad to see work being.done on I COTHTTTT: REPOSITORY.
the road.. Last week THE STAB referred to killingof : L. 3 MOTLO _....___.__$100,000.00 '
county. ,.. Willis Hall, at Fort Pierce, by Neptune Paid ap Capital......._._____$ 85,000.00
4 Miss ,Alice ,Chalker ;is; here visiting Newsome last Thursday afternoon. Average Deposits.----...__$200,000.00 .

'w friends this week. Both these boys were about 15 years of I TRANSACTS A .

'There will' be preaching here next General Banking Business.

;t Sunday by the Revs Mr..,Fans age.The lookers on claim the Hall boy had
Largest and Oldest
I'Mr, E. R. Provost'spent.Saturday and drawn a knife on Newsome on the fish Bank on the Hirer.

: Sunday with his brother at Georgians dock a short time before and had been in
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and Sold All
x ..Mr.. and Mn...BielieesleftTneediyfor the habit of beating him lately. One 1'1VFine Exchange foreign Bought C6untries. on F
r shot passed through the stomach and the I
.., the north where:they will spend .thefr Patronage appreciated. Prompt service, '
,;t. wmaier. Other higher up, gracing the arm as it polite treatment nd every favor consistent 1 1
' r.t Mr. ,J.: F. Geiger left Tuesday. for brother made a vicious assault\ on An. : 'R+

Vii Enterprise to ,be.'gone a few days to see drew Drawdy after the shooting occurred. I Empire Trust Company N. Y., Florida
>: hu nephew, Mr.: J. L. Wright Bank A; Trust Company JacksonvilleFla.
Judge Parker has been retained to defend

-t .. The Fourth_of July picnic wu enjoyedby Newsome. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
: all present .,in the morning, .
: .were Willis Hall died shortly .after being .L.tI6.
-r: entertained";;ty the .school with an exercise. -
shot and the coroner's jury held New ,
Liquors, Wines Beers,
WHITEHALL PORTLAND CEMENT
;.l:' The programme was as follows: some for the murder, and be was broughtto Ales, Stout, Etc.,

Beading- -Declaretion. of Independen. the jail at this place last Saturday.
Penelope Geiger TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA
Song America, .......,-....-..... ,All ", ,&nd orders
Bey. Allen GratefulL 1t me
Y Bdtatioa-8ta Spangted. Banner your 500 Barrels will be received in the next

Song-Flag of the Free,....--Dallas-..,;-BanueySchool- hereby tender heartfelt thanks to 60 days. Costs little more than other cement -
Boci &JOB-Banner Betsey Made, my many friends in Tiiusviile who rendered -
s Penelope Geiger kind services to me during my but is better.
Soldier Boy Exercise___..;.__. Little[ Folk '
Song Colombl*, the Gem of the Ocean .recent illness: first to the members of the EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,
fiecfotion-Fourth of July Beoord church of which I am pastor;.second to
Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material.

Flat drill- ..___.Henry___..Ramsey.school the Titusvilie camp W. 0. W., of whichI Eau Gall ie Florida.J.
Bea-After: Fourth of July,.....Settle Geiger .am.a member. ; third. to the many other .
Bon Y sakes -
r Doodle friends who together with the above
I ... .WALKER. H. B.MA.CE.
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Capt. and, Mrs. Bogero and family, named, gave me every possible attention:

:Mr. and Mrs. Sims, of Eau Gallie Mrs. Whatever else I may forget about Titus- JOHN R. WALKER & CO.
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N J .;: Baldwin, son Leland and daughter Nina, yule I shall not forget this kindness.
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1 of Georgians spent the Fourth here. We W. F. ALLEN. Titusville, Fla.,
: were pleased to have them with us.
Steamer Saved I
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MKLBOUBMK. The Miami Metropolis, of Mondaysays I DRY GOODS

? Mrs. C. M. Horton has gone to Fort : i FIRE INSURANCE VE

Pierce to visit her daughter, Mrs. Wm. "The steamer Biscayne, Capt. Spies, ,1

JI;;; Jackson. ... arrived in port yesterday morning. The ABSTRACTS E

y' Capt R. W. Beanjean of Melbourne Biscayne had been on a sand bar off CLOTHING

V Beach, was the guest of Capt Alex. Matecumbie Keys since the storm two REAL ESTATE ,

tr: Goode on the Fourth. weeks ago Saturday, and a dredge had

l Mr.* and. Mrs. Budd and baby, of EauGallief to be put into service to get her off. She MORGAN &: WALTON GENTS' FOMISHKMILLINERY : l
was partly dug out by the dredge and
were pleasant visitors in Melbourne t

Titusville Fla. ,
fi : ,partly by heavy chains being run under t '
". Tuesday evening I
;', the hull and dragging out the sand. As '
i$ Mr. John Minor has returned from far as can be ascertained the steamer is VISITORS tfO NEW YORK CITY SHOES :

}R Roseland and is again busy at his
J grove ,in no wise damaged and will resume her Should to ,
the bluff go
on south of Melbourne ,
work between the different camps as

r K r, Mr. Theo. Piazza, of Micco has been soon as loaded. Captain Sabate, who THE ARMSTRONG '

:i f':. spending the past week with his sister had charge of the Biscayne for some I i

.;g :Mrs. McBride, at the McBride House. time, was taken sick while she was ;
Select Hotel ,
;c .. Tuesday evening the launch' Dreamer aground and had to come to Miami by a Family '

: "{! took a jolly party of Melboarnitea to Ti. another boat. He is now under treatment \o. 60 West 92nd Street $
t \ tusviile to celebrate the grand old Fourth. I here. During his absence from FURMTIIRE .I. a

Mr. Henry Bowden is pleeantly located .duty Capt. W.. B. Spiers is in commandof Telephone 7210, Riverside

t" with the Wallace family at Fountain the steamer." I

t. : Heights until he can get his new home Beware of Olatmantt for Catarrh that Con- Near Central Park, Subway, Elevatedand -- -... 1
built. tail Mercury Electric railways and all places of "
,3!< We want i
.fJ, ai mercury will sorely destroy the sense of interest, and a good starting point for your patronage ,:
i TO WORTHY YOIJMG PKOPLB when entering it through the mucous seaside and suburban pleasure resorts. J : .:
surfaces.. Such articles should never be used jingle rooms and suites with all conveniences j '
\ We earnestly all except on prescriptions from physicians NewUp.to.DateGoodsmevery.'( ; 1
' reqaett young persona reputable new sanitary plumbing, private .I
:.: 110 matter how limited their means or as the damage they will do is ten fold baths, porcelain tube, ample hot and cold i.M i.
, ;; education, who wish toobwns to the food you can possibly derive from Line. 4'. a'
thorough water supply, and hotel table and service .
them. Hall's
Catarrh
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l' Cure manufactured by
, :. banes training and a good position, to F.J. Cheney Co,Toledo, (X, contains no combined with home comforts and moderato Mail orders receive If t
;; is r write by first mail k our great bait rate ana' fa taken internally prices. prompt and
offer.Soceest:. directly faces .' '
the blood and r
upon micoos anr
r.' .::t' independence aad probable of the system. In baying Hall's Catarrh Terms: $9.00 week and upwards careful attention. .. ... .
fortune are guaranteed. Don't delay. Cure betare you get the genuine. It is taken
;: internally and made in Toledo. F.
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Write today by

1IVK ,*. Tmt GA.-ALA. Bra.MaooqL Cou, Cheney Sold by 4 druggist Co. Testimonials Price 75e.free.per bottle. .A. Armstrong JOHN R. WALKER &: CO. TitoOle Flan i ,
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