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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: August 24, 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: UF00075901:00379
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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,""every fir fotraatMd.irAf ; .'''-W-: family. 'into their;:new borne oat week. madras,.in beautiful and Dorothy, returned to their home in ::-:; ; -
: : e; t "c oar ail untrof ; *> '%*< -< *-- designs, worth 40 cents a yard, special. on **tee :"
.. : ",;. -.:; : Ralph-YanlarHtingham, oi Miami, :was Monday at 25 cents.. ,Miami last Saturday afternoon.' f'

: ;, ; '. ....,,.,..< Pm" 1.' BRAKNING"" ;., .j' Ind town :this "week cma.;:visit to Junior ''Indian Head Linen, 36 'inches wide, W. H. G. Scott,.a former merchant of .- ,'9;t..I'"

-Date dottier and Fnrnishera,1 ; S& worth 25 cents a yardspecial 'for Mon fitnaville, was here this'week 'represent- :

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; \ ; Brown linen 32 inches worth 35 s fej
-"-- t---', ''ti.L:" "v. **? spent a few :daJ :in town last. ,week cents, fcial for Monday at 35 cents. Mr. Call Norwood accompanied his '.

: Death.,_S--. .. .of.,......."..,..< :.. ,. ... .' JTorwood.&-i7.a'>! with_< frcecdLMime ,< 30' Another cents. worth. 50, cents. special' at sister, Mrs. J. Mitchell, to Cocoa this i"i

: lbet.elepUDl.biCb. iea bed here:hiet ',0M and Her.T.'Wl: Tom Amoskeag and Toil dn'Noid ginghamsIn week, where be will remain for,a while. l.fj.

:.i: : aboofioool;conveying the;sad tie and wife of Fort Pierce new and just .the Contractor <<
: ., ,. were srrlnls'in up-to-date-patterns P. J. Hall has bad a force .
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.of tbi.-. 1desth of:Mrs W. a town Wednesday.' 'j- > thing for children's school dresses, at orcarpen&ers
.making this
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nro04iwhlcl : ocrarred : -. IIi cents.
aFtw : at an early :Mrs..Kralter's daughter, Miss Starter, 7 ,Ladies' umbrella drawers with clusters week to the store owned by"ILL. Brady "'
jorainjt in 'Q olumbiaaS C.. -
-v-y* of',Coronado Beach,'spent from Sunday. of tucks worth 5Q cents for 39 cents.Ladies' & Bra _
she:rte.vW&reI.thee:; 'was, a until corset covers with three- rows '
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Scobie Norfolk
&shock to her family and friend:|_ ; '' of insertion and tucks, worth 50 cents., at returned to "
; -I oric I had been in failing health : We tearq'ha-Mrs.' G F, King, who 10 cents.. Monday, where business calls. ;

__ : ; tome ii..'iod in the:hopes---that a has been on a'visit at Osteen, will go from Just received a new J embroideries, Rim. We hear that he may be in business
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; .$ of, climate" might- prove beneficial- there for a.'short stay at her old home inAthens ifiich we will pot on sale Monday at one. in Sanford this coming winter ?
half the regular. price. <
lAV ; left here'in April to spend some time Ga.: Ladies' embroideried, wash belts, in Mr. T. Andrew Feaster, of West Palm .

....i A-:.:_; Columbia with her'=son; Feaster ;N .t"The: :kind year grandfather used" handsome patterns price 50 cents, special. Beach, arrived here last Saturday on account

: ; who resides, there,'and she also and he was of rare judgment Profit: by Monday for 39 cents ;,* of the death of his sister,Mrs. Nor- .."-
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Also another lot of ladies' black and
d' relatives ; ; hit 'experience and use Old L W. Bar- wood, returning home Monday efterooon.y
.,:,. other nearby white silk belts worth 75 cents, for 59cents. ..
:.i l.>" : family here feeling that 4< the stay per whiskey. Sold by R,L. MoUo andF. We are informed that Miss Bessie 1; P

_ .:.; .... ? ;: : ':improving her.condition: prevailed A. LoeJe,., a -. Ladies' handbags in all designs 69 Unsaid baa decided not to teach in the 4

_ < '\ ; : hit to remain away. until cooler Mr. : cents $1.19 and 'I 48. These goods. ,public school at Cocoa
'j: : J P. Wilson has aceeptedtbepositin are worth double the money.ladies' on account of the
_ '. : n.. ., c" :i with'Walker Hardware company, all white linen skirts, worth death of her brother and also her uncle. :

i., ,. .._ ; ; Thae imniediilelyeliatt i : her did not formerly held 'by .Mr. ILL Pytes, and $3.00, for $1.99.Anoiher Mr. L. c.: Oliver of 'Jacksonville, who

-,' '. ; ; ; : li e that her condition .was any worse, entered upon the, discharge of his new lot worth $2 00 for $1.19. disposed of his candy business some two
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': : : : ,up to .the?time thai :she suddenly duties .Wednesday, .consequently' will or dress suit case we can give yon prices months ago has become a dealer in .
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",! ->>: t ;; : away> give up his trip down the river. that will astonish you. automobiles and sells the famous Ford .. {

.J:;. ,'."', '" ; : .remains were brought here for in Mr. Geo.; Ei: Pritcbett arrived home Mail ;orders promptly filled on any oi( auto _

.,v:''''::1. .....:.,..:.':;'."..; '' : t., reaching here Sunday night ac- Sunday;;on the midnight train'from a the above, goods. Junrs KLIUB' :, The F. E. C. Railway company have -

"'4'':' '. : : .bl heron Feaster, and ,two stay ,of,about six "weeks in Georgia and Titnaville Fla. about closed arrangements for the par

.., -;? :;, ,.. .daogbtera,Jeanette and Marpwrite, ,
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:s-f: ; ''. Alabama, most of the time he spent in Telephone No. 8.' chase the Wills property and the lot on ,

-'," .Ji': : : I .treat. to ,Colombia. .with' her.' Wheeler Alabama;' and in Atlanta. He which the colored Masonic hall stands, t

:: : :;; ?:.{." : men. friends Of' the family gather found the trip ,quite beneficial to bilheal&b More Illegal TiahHeta to be used in connection with their new ? .
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t. :'-' ,1&:the rasidenoe Monday morning .*
;, It seems that the TUoaville fishermenwere station and freight dpot:
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: ....".... : : ; the truest.of frienda, the uaost loving 'Mr. R. R. Gladwin.; of Fort Pierce, not the only ones'nsing' fish nets Hopkins &: Son, the well known'pine?
; :; with meebes smaller than the law
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",?:3.- ; mothers. ,and the most devoted. of wives.. l has ?*.* dredging outfit :that baa been ; apple growers of Ankona, are increasingtheir
:e-- fies. In fact the Titusville fishermen
-'I-I. ?: : ....Norwood was .' woman of 'strong tested and,not lonn -.wanting. He has are acreage this year, and will now
\. { : l 11 : beautiful character kind and the getting off lighter in this respect than have about 21 acres. They expect to '
taken contract
gentle, to dredge out Crane #
?.4..M ft*" 'ever ready to lend a helping hand to creek, at Melbourne, and will be pleased I some. other sections. have about 5,000 crates next summer all
.} PS5 Sheriff Brown made an inspection 01 of the Red Spanish variety.
: She was adored by her family to correspond with any parties on'the
; : nets at Eau Gallic and Banana river j
\..! M1M: ::' : nearest friends and greatly admired east coast wanting any dredging dons or up Mrs. G. F. Duren returned to Dayton
this week with the result that numberof
"*W d respected by all who knew her. channels eat through shoal banks. Aside a Beach Monday afternoon accompaniedby

''Vi = : funeral cortege formed at the from his dredging outfit Mr. Gladwin is nets were found with three inch Mr.* Duren who went there also to

J :from.whence the casket, al. a launch and boat builder and deals in meshes. Ten nets were found on the see his sister, Mrs. Simons before she

:,,. f ; banked with .floral emblems, ,was (gas engine supplies of all kinds. Write Banana. that were illegal nets and over returns to her home in the northern 1
half dozen found in.Eau Gallie.
borne and the. procession then him for anything in. that line.. a were part of the state, returning Wednesday.

s N A ,, -',wended its. way to the cburch at ,' The sheriff will not show any favorsin Mr. J. L. Carruthers bad charge of the'

k where the, funeral service was 'Death of 8. L. Patterson the question of illegal fishing and aU City Meat market during Mr. DurenV
i E a net owners who use a mesh of three or
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# & by Rev. ,Wm. Stones, the fcv L Patterson senior member of the absence.
f.'l! firm of Patterson & Erwin and even three and a quarter inches are e
: being filled with.friends of the lawyers,
'. t $ !i Following the church service one of Miami's foremost and enterprising either willfully breaking the fish laws of Negroes Caught Seiaing
citisens, died in New York, at 1 o'clock : Florida in
\; $ or are woefully ignorant a
... Sheriff Brown
1'i'\t.' burial at the grave was conducted by Tuesday morning after an illness lasting brought three negroesby
matter which should be well
'ifIf.JJ I 'Order of'Eastern Star consisting oi between three and four months. they posted the names of G. Johnson R. S. Smith

i1 +' & beautiful and appropriate service. Deceased was not'only prominent in upon. and H. Smith from Banana river wednesday t
The of these three inch mesh nets to serve on the convict force for
: the practice of law but'was identified use
t [ [ body was interred close to that of three months for illegal fishing. They
with various other enterprises. is what is making a scarcity of the mallet
ft _t daughter, Mrs. Carrie Reed who had fastened several gill nets togetherand

'. only a few months ago. .. this season, as the three inch mesh were using same in the Banana in '
P [ 1' Letter to Marshal Waller holds mullet that should escape and the manner of a seine. Their trial was .
tl. tli ; ; pall bearers were Messrs. J. 'R
"" -it.,. held before Justice
of
,'Jq-" Titusville Fla grow to the proper marketable size for Sanders Cocoa,
'jJ.aiff: : J, L. Carrathere, F. N. Hitch' who sentenced them to pay a fine of$60 p '

.5it ".- : L. W. Haile, D. B. Pritchard and Dear Sir: Some people get disappointedin the coming season.Sporting and costs or indefault thereof, three '
:* painting; it doeen i come. -out as they months in jail.
i H. Ball
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x'i$1i1 : 'J thought it would.

.:< Mrs.'Norwood, nee Miss Mary E. Feas ., C. B. Edwards, of Edwards & Brourhton Man In the Toils New Music l ,

. ;,9 -::.., was born. at Feasterville, S. C., May printers, Raleigh N. C., painted his The Miami Evening Record of last a : 1"

f ;;{'S;" 1850 and was therefore 56 years house Devoe three years ago; he had Tuesday gives an account of a mixup Indian River Music House Tituaville ",. ... .
used 30 gallons paste paint before and has the following new music for September
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,;:: : | : She' moved with her father's' family bought 30 gallons Devoe. Had 16 left. between Professor Fielding of that city in stock. 't'If

11 1868 to La Grange Fla:, at which Paste paint is extra-thick-with-white.. and a policeman and the final landingof The latest roller skating song-Take ,-t. '

; w Xv t i1 she was.married May 13th 1869 to wash. the professor into the lockup and his Me on the Rollers by Gilmore and Long; .

t.ft 1 W, 8. Norwood formerly of Georgia Mayor W. ,W. Carroll Monticello arrignment before the municipal judge, bass or baritone solo-Down In a Dungecu t.f t..
$ Florida savs: My painter said it would Cell, by Kreuscb Apple Blossoms!, tt
then residing LaGrange. on three counts. It seems that he got too 4 s.'
: take 85 gallons to paint my house; it mezzo soprano by Kathleen Roberts. \," ,
; R Totem. were bore fifteen children took 20 gallons Devoe. His house is the friendly with the booze that entanglesthe Instrumental.-Fancy Free Waltz, by ..f

li. : of whom survive her: Mrs. J. F. best paint job in town; and he says De- intellect as well as the feet and Warren; Dixie Blossoms, two-step by 1)

-Q of Cocoa; Mrs. J. T. Knox .of voe lathe whitest of all white paints. tongue and while in that state of mind Wenrich; Fascination intermezzo by r tH.
z i. ; Jones & Rodgers bought 5 gallons De Powell; Yankee Grit, two-step Holz-
Smyrna Mr. William Norwood of intruded himself into his landlady's bed ;
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voe to prime Mr. Pratt's house at Mer- mann. Any of the above pieces mailed :
',; 1rii.-?;i ; Pahuleachj Mr.' Feaster N. Nor kel, Texas It painted two coats. room and proceeded: to demolish furniture at 25 cents. t!')

'" : of Columbia S. C.; Mrs. Paul E. The reason for nobody guessing little toilet articles and clothing. The a Iii
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} '\ tet&, Misses Annie I:., Jeanette and enough Devoe is: they learned in a bad fines and cost under the three counts A, Good Editor Gone a J
school other paints.-.
;'?<<,'; ;i.p.; i \ Norwood and Messrs. Burn : Yours truly, aggregated forty dollars which the agile Joseph H. C. Pratt, editor of the Lees- :ff xc

." :<.>iJ.. Russell and Call Nor.ood. of this ,F. W. DEVOE & Co., professor will have to pay or mess with burg Commercial died at his home on 1r ;,s
n'ffi: :"" the 17th inst., after an illness of .
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;."'.f,:, '{? all of whom were here at the time 12 New York. the street gang for forty days. Professor three days the cause of his death being .
Lag
-f k -- burial Mr. WU. P. S. Jas. Pritchard & Son sell our paint had of similar .
the except Norwood Fielding something a experience hemorrhage fever. Mr. Pratt was one of '

_- : .r;.., business would not permit his be- in this county.-Cocoa and the oldest editors, in point of service, in .V,T- i
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She leaves her husband and several child. '
... : &::..v ,;. here. Rockledge News. the state, and his death is deeply deplored '
SJ .t";;" : ren. Of the latter there were present two by the fraternity. 5t
;f daughters and Alderman Norwood. The '.
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i>' ':. following is taken from one of the,i husband was unable to reach the city in NOTICE .
The Cleveland
fft1 Columbia daily papers of Friday last: I time. Mrs. Norwood was formerly Miss The management of the Indian River Light i' s
: Gives satisfaction. 4 .
E. of perfect For sale by
Mary Feaster Fairfield i.
'' .; ?6i-- "Mrs. E. Norwood Tituaville, I county Hotel will dollars reward to
Mary twenty
pay
.,5l,. : "'." : Her husband is a Georgian. For a long C. Collins. Call and see them. i. i.
." .2-... r ., who' came to Columbia in feeble time she has been in poor health and her any one giving the indentity of the au- $ 1
thor of the note left at the If
4. '#;:;,'," some time ago, died last night at trip to'Columbia was undertaken too hotel last Wednesday anonymous night. Call at Titusville Livery at rear of t 1 f

i,. ;-it-. home of her sun, Alderman F. N. late in the hope that the change of climate Robbins' law office, for stylish rigs y-I i :

% The body will be sent,, to Ti. might be beneficial Wanted LeaveJour orders for hauling both don. < '4 '1 .
:.mot 'JCL. ; J. M. Osban
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and the funeral and interment .,
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; For Bent Sugar mill gears, large gear wheel fouror .
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; take place there. five feet diameter. Send price size FOB SALE g CA&B. glair !4
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M.. .. : "Mrs. Norwood,was 56 .years of age.gewrfoor Taylor cottage furnished at $16.00per etc., to M. care STAB office. About 88 acres of good high land t
"'i. .o month from! July 10th. on !, .
.1... I the east or ocean side of the Indian river y ,
'1.;- 6lI1r .LPAIR BROP Victor Talking Machines at the Narrows, described as follows: Lot If \ "
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.':?'\. .- "h.lS... gum for repairs'to Henry or hauling of all kinds prompt $5.00 cash and $1.00 per week. Records 36, in township! 31 south, range 39 east ..1'1 \ ;
:'': '' All work thoroughly done ly attended to. Meets all trains. Stove 35 cents, 60 cents and $1.00. Over This land is unimproved bat finely loT 1

.s.w..... ; ,I loose in the breech tightened equal wood for sale at all times.H. 1,000 pieces of standard sheet music at 10 cated. For further particulars address .i -
'. ; I new, also gene stocked and shotguns E. HOLTOX, cents. Indian River Music House Titusville. E. M. Low 1 t.

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{ tali ?"it$> Gardner ispkc : all babies who; cry and'are. treated for > .S
to the Limekiln glass, planners> /den I- went sickneta, when' they really'are enfiering Galls Erase*. Contacted Muscle, Lame Ba fc SiBf .< _

from This caused from their Faet Sums; Scalds; etGAN .
-"Ijrefer toWe"it borne and told cde old .woman!about it hanger. B Frosted T W
she opened her mouth and held If open rood not being asnmilated but devoured ANnSEPTlc.thai laps "Irritatsott, Rbdau : ::
allst num"berin'- hy worms.'A few.doses of White's Cream motion. and Chives out Pain -
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mi beta she could
gCJT-.. for' tea minutes ':< say:' will them to PENETRATES the Pores loosens the Fibreot Tom.
orer Iry hundred and'I do not believe t !!'klsy:de 'Lawd. :base mercyon. ."; mysooir Vermirage nff and begin to cause thrive at once.cease Give cry it promotes a tn tirculatk .of.the Blood IITJIII. K
slit two of,*eai.baTe ot a dollar In de
"f
c a trial. Sold by.Red Cross.Pharmacy. nabiral elasticity.. :
'-bank'orcwiJdfbniyone of de 'chilTen i, "De street dat stray' of ns' nb'on Is. BEST.UHIMENT ON URnIONCE..D1D

: } widont'Iborrowta-de'_ 'Erery .,named Coout"street. I ha* resided. dar OABTOR; %A,. ALWAYS UHD Q

,.- ,.e ,coITd pu88o vseems craxj to spend fortwenty; ,years>and had'no fault to ...... "

tery,shilUn'be 'kin git hold of and go find.; Su '"eetS ago Brudders Penstock : ..... &l" CURED SCIATIC HEUUNN! -

i i ; ;$ la debt besides, .u : ;and White::begun to go around' ::4i

5.v "Yesterday arternoonlI took't walk wid a petition prayin ,de eommoo'eouuell XDorrine. .
Mn. B. A. Simwoa, 500 Craig St., I
,. boer to de:cabin of.Giveadam Jones toM to change. dename'to; ,Ro a. Tenn., writes: "1 have been trying the baths d

:j .. *,.how A*;his taters. :was,j'>-'comhi along.. moat street' ,Dey contended dat 'de Sunshine lot Spdngsl Aik., for adatie rbesmatisa, bat X
yd. &T name .of' Coon street :was ''degradin. in your get more relief from Ballard's Snow lisfcaen

-i: Dey.,got a piece of my mind J kin tell than any medicine or anything bate eve tried

t 't arG i you;,when dey got around to me.'and HomeKftytwo Inclosed find postoffice order for l1.oo. Send ffi3

I du .went at it and blocked d* game' '. large bottle by Southern Express."

Whi.f>s. de matter" wld Coon street I THREE SIZES: 25c, SOc AND $1.00 '

Notbin', If-dar am.anytiiing wrong 1C times a year is assured BE sine YOU cet THE QENUNE

t- 1.'IITJT % am wid de.:oon bls elt. \. to you if you Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ,
"1 was la agrocery de odder night; .

A (o' buy soave co'nmeal 'and codfish ST. LOUIS U. S. A.

... when' 1 Brudder Flimflam 'Jobosiaj READ Re' SUNThat

come swellin tn. He didn't pee me;

: and.. rent ahead and .ordered de

best kind,of. tea and coffee, print bn|' illustrated weekly paper

ter, 'fine flour, and white sugar same. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

as If. he .was a member,'of de beef ,printed in Tallahassee and RED CROSS PHABMiCY. TITUSYiLLE, and EAU GAIUE: PHiRSUCY. EAU GAUIE

", .' trust. He paid for 'em and'swelled

t'1S oat and''when he bad disappeared. published everywhere..

f. 'i grocer: said tome: Southern Railway. :-

"Keep your eye on dat coon,. Equd

; Y tA\' \\\'% tier Gardner. He's bound to hit. de A. K. Taylor EFrECTITK APR. e; 1906.

h I ground wid a kerchug dat will be

ii ? beard two miles.' i"Me ; Na30, No,M Between 3..W..... .....y..k.No.. .. ha3i
and all the Daily. Daily, I itmay..
Halts the' cartoons
.
de sound ,
.and ole- woman was
7 M P == 9 Da a Lv Jacksoniile FIa..So By, Ar. U UO a ==- $C pe
_ 1 "{- : asleep a few nights ago when some-, other pictures."Clauds 1215 a------_ 120 p Lv.Savannah .-__......._ By Ar. 430 a __ S fG p
?- body rapped on de doah. I.didn't git' 9 M a-_------ 1033 pAr. Charlotte N. ._______..So. By. Lv. 950 pf,.,--- s 30 a

'i.;. 't .. ...: I tip till I saw dat de pusson woul s't r 642 p(== 668 a -Ar. Richmond Vs-----------So. By. LT. 12 StJ pi-= i!"iC)
!
"I TOST Oft TO rCI COLOKXL OAHBITJit.
: .',; OS DX JXUH8TIP." go,awai, 'and den I went out to find L'EngleIn 950 p -----.- 950 a Ar. W&3hiugton D.CSo. By Lv. 1U1 ...__ 130 P -
.. _' .' : Colonet..,Canbur on de iloa6strp. .He 1117 pt-----_ 113a Ar, Baltimore Ud.._.........P. B. R Lv, f 12 _....- 85 pt
i" ,f' He wan't home, but his.wife axed me had. on. a. plug hat he had on patent S.'i a-------, 143 pAr. Philadelphia Pa..P. K. B Lv us Sa___ 5 41S
SO a __ 415 pAr. New York N. Y.-P It R Lv. 1210 I 9 PNos.
y I { to drap la and hare a,swarm looked --- ---
5" > leather shoes, ha had oh a frock: coat, pungent editorial paragraph .
i \,t:. for a glass of buttermilk and a piece of he"had.olBeTeIityfiye cent socks anda 33 and 34-"New York and Florida Express." Daily; Pullman Drawing Bow
i, the that
j: feoecake, 'but' :what d'e'pose' Was red necktie and his diamond pin looks. .after things SIet'pingCar between Jacksonville and New York. 5 5

a 1 ;- apr ad befo' me on',de table In de nebber coat less dan $2. Why did he need attention. Noa. 29 and "Washington and Florida Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Roo
'
Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York.
i-white tablecloth '
first
4 place'dar: wa rout me out,of bed at dat hour of de ':
y 4at'mQlt.hue"fOSt\lliO. Fa been night? His rent was 'behind; and he No. 30 2t
WARM Through"The Land of the Sky.
FAdNAHNGLY f\e.
house f and I has BRIGHT, Daily.755p. f .
keepin or.foty years, wanted me to see de landlord about m! .
.' always reckoned dat oilcloth waa good walkin CLEVER i Lv.Jacksonville Fla.,----------__.......__..............So. By. Ar. I aOOtffe
'nnff for me. Den dar: waa silver "A short time ago I.was ., 12 15 a Lv. Savannah ChL,..----------...----._.................So. By. Ar. (10 .:
down de street one arternooq,' aud nu11'd I i 6 00 a 'Ar. Columbia, S. C.,..___......_._..___...._.....,-_-So. Ey. Lv. 113 ,
:; knives and forks antt'BPOQAS., ratline.-al woman come out of a carpet 150 p Ar. Asheville N.C.---__._.___._______,__..,_____--So.By.; LT. 415 p r
you'd find'on de table'dfn king. Arter store and said she wanted advice.I That's the Sun : 237 pAr. Hot Springs N.C,---------____.__________So. By. LT. 12 4.S .
dem came"napkins and :cake,and custard ? my 600 P ,Ar. Knoxville Tenn.,_..__.._-..;___,______...,.-.-._-So. By. LT. 955 *
cake and thought I had seen her sumwheres; I 81i! a Ar. Cincinnati Ohio..________.._.._.__....._________Q. A C. LT.. a.5.
and cold beet and sweet ; could .,
but it was ten minutes .bef o I
: :- beto' I 'Yuld.lit"111brea.t,1: : was.of: place her. Den I made"out, dat she If you pay to read this paper.you Nos.29 and 30-Poilman Drawing Room and Buffet Sleeping Can between JaekwarUk aad.;
feted glass :.of. claret, wine. St. Louis, daily.
a .
1''' o' was de wife of Brudder Cahoots. can read THE SUN too, .
; "Kin you blame: me.for piuchin myiself -
Brudder Cahoots one, of de .toot;. WITHOUT EXTRA EXPSXSB. Jacksonville and the North aad
to See' It'I',was dar or summers Wee'No..
{ blacks in de possoffice. and it's lucky .. I' b'
x :,---:0; .,;, else Dar'am"Bnidder 'Jonea workm week wid him when he kinserape together -t So. By...,___.____,__.____.____Ar. 850
I in a wood yard at $9'a week and dar wanted of Ask write and ______ 250&r.. Macon, iSo. By___.-.____,-?..____._.___..Lv.Lv.. J u al..._
$8. What his wife us or us ______ _____ ______._
r ,/ 1 waa all dat luxury same asif he was 20 a Ar. Atlanta, So. By ___ __ .- 1104p'_
y .., me was to decide .whether she shoftld V a Chattanooga, So. By.______._....___._________..LT.LT.. 130 p...'--
>. f,' de emperor Russia. I haln'fwaIltln get a royal wilton or an axminster P Ar Cincinnati, Queen &Crescent____________ 880 6-__

: : to discourage'anybody, but I'm tellin' carpet for her parlor,, though at 'that' Well tell you 'Low.COUCH --------.5- 45 p Lv. Cincinnati, Big! Four Route.__.....-...._..'--.LT. 7 Id Ai---
{' you dat a crash'must come,in de Jonesfamly very time dey had neither butter nor 10 a Ar. Chicago. Big Four Routeu---------LV.I: 830I .....-

;k sooner"or later, and when it meat in de house! :------I, 835 p Lv.Cincinnati, Penn. 6 45 a,__
k tf. does' come dat fam'ly will drap to de ....__.j+! 7 10 a Ar. Chicago, Penn. Linea-_..._..._.._......._.LT. j g 40 p!.___
i bottom like a grludstun thrown into de \11 around us de people o( our race KILLTHI -|lip Lv. Cincinnati, Co H. & D.-Motion____________.__Ar. >. -7401 } .
------
: sea are rentiu' houses with bathrooms' in u,,__., 723 a Ar. Chicago C. H. & D.-Monon--___ ___LT. 'y0 tr.--r-. ., -
CURE THE LUNGS
: AND
'em. clocks laud '
"A few nights ago me,and de ole woman Dey am buyiu cuckoo == 94p Lv.Cincinnati, C. H. & D.-Mich. Cent-----------ArJ 1 T DO s';___ _
Japanese vases.Dey am harin lace ....._. 520 a Ar. Toledo C. H. & D.-Mich. Cent_________.LT. 114D ; '
f was invited to attend de birthday curtains at de windows. Dey am goin' WITH Dr. 725 a Ar. Detroit, C. H. & -Mich.. Cent.-----.-Lv. !1000 :!::::::;
==== .
/ King'sNew
; party of de.wife of Samuel Shin. We to boss races and de theater and rent- _______1 830 p Lv. Cincinnati, Penn. Lines_____________________.Ar. : 830 ai.t. ..
went bekase It was ,hinted dat dar In' boxes at de poSso tire. ___n__, 555 a Ar. Pittsburg. Penn. Lines_________ .....=-:..:-Lv I! U p:--- = .fit., ...,.

; would be ginger ale and; .,fried cakes "All around de of DiscoveryTONSUMPTION _-_____ 930 p. L v. Cincinnati, Big Four__________.______.______.Ar. j i a sL\_ 4 '.
us race
; for refreshments. We had'on de same people our .____._ 9 45 al' Ar. Cleveland Biz Four_____________._______LT. j I II a 83 .: ._. .
orderin lee crew and food -
t:' Sunday close we has had for de last am angels' / Price _--I__n__ 5 30 PI{ Lv.Lexington! So. By.__.___.___________.JtL j\ t-' ""' ?
to'teen years. and we had no sooner and nebber ask de price. Dey want ----- 810 pi't.) Louisville, So. By.________________________...LT.Lv.. t"to a. .__ Jjc
4 de shiniest of patent leathers and de FOR I OUSHS lid SOc "$1.00 -------& 732ai I \1'. Ft. Louis. So. Bv._________..___________ :to l'
1's got into de house dan de ole woman kJOLOS Free Trial.
reddest of neckties. Dey am ridin Ode !\
nigh had a fit. Mrs. Shin had on a Nos. 13 and 14-"The Florida Limited." Daily Solid Vestibule Taia.
:; dress all kickshaws and frills and furbelows street kyahs just:like. kings, and if Surest and Quickeatf r Cure for all Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati P'I.

dar am a sale of brass bedsteads you'll THBOAT and LUNG TKOUB-.. -. ,-- .
\dress dat never. cost less dan
d $50, and de rest of de.'women seemed see 'em buttin In. De Jewsharp has LEe, or MONEY BACK. No. 5 Xo. 13, Between Jack ontilU and Kauu 1tJ. a t. t4 k e ;
got too common, aud dey must have
t? r to be dressed up to attend a qneen'a == 7 45 p! Jacksonville Fla So. By._._____ ....__ .. --It.l- & __
weddln. Mrs. Gardner' old bonnet deir planners. A plaster! of paris bust ______ 520 a! Ar. Atlanta, Ga., So. By____..___....__. .. ..Ji. .uJil.'4_
and my old coat looked' like poverty of Giueral Grant was. once thought toe .____- 12 01 a 1!: Ar.BirminghamAla., So.Ry------ '0 Lr, 449 \", ,," .
e ; be eatoshest thing gwlne, but dey The Most Valuable Sit Atbliake4RUDDER of YaUaw BaalBeiWiet ..--___ 8 05 P1| Ar. Memphis. Tenn., Frisco_________...__.5.__. Ls H'S--!
> = de Books +
bung out ever
on clothesline. .
f .t have replaced it with a Japanese vase -------I! 9 40 a'! Ar. Kansas City, Mo., Frets---------------_.j,' ) __
heard word '
fi F "I have de girgeousuess --- +
many times, but I nebber kuowed what or a bronze. De white folks am pretty Kos. 13 and 14-'The Florida Limited." Daily.

',,4 ', i; .. it meant till 1 stepped into dat bou e. good at droppin dear dollars, but decull'd HOW-TO BOOKSOver EXCELLENT DINING CAR s KKV1CK.J. .

't .Dar was red and blue rugs 'on de folks am surely sottin de pace..- C. LUSK, District PalieD&eI'AeOII08 W..t try aa.aJaxt.tstYat.t ea_..
boats lure been built from the lines
;'* floohs. lookin' glasses ober de mantels in extravagance. printed loco in these books-Successfully sailed in C.H.ACKERT.O.M. H.TAYLOK.G.....
"I hain't gwine to kick no bobberyand clime and sea-Full detail S. H.HAKIJWICK.F.T.M. BX)4)K3a1lrliQl.\L. U.r..JU
;Y. gold clia'rs and pictur's perfect up every upon every
it b and
of all showing what
drawing fins ---
<. revel of extravagance. Me and de olds pester y5u all wid advice. l'iln how to nuke it-Text extremely simple.

s *, woman was Jest too scant to move old fogy and way behind de times, au: HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50 THE BRIOGEPQRT J
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de fried it would le impertinent In me to offersuggeschuas. all i le ..
.41 around. When we looked.for U foot*' WS foe a buto team the bu a pees I&.
s... cakes and ginger ale we got three kinds 1 have ji\s got dis oue steep; gut itctuf
word De member of dis HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA
to next
: of Ice mixed two sorts say.
cream together, toe boat for ifUrrnoa u-bng or tiork-mt thaat h
l' of wine three kinds of cake and a heap club who am lirju' like a lor.l on ?!0 wool .iicr Ito ib....$...i*.>.'.lshr"ttrbilluu.pora ll bale. "THE MOTOR THAT MOTES"
rig; Pall peas"aJ l''tllIe.t..l C l of candy. When we got home at last a week and who conies kuiK-kin' at my HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP

t we Jest sot dar and looked at each doah at midnight to borrow rent moiey Ka.t tacwwfal ncmf nuHtise ever dmrord II praiviwKr \
in A...K..,AL sal Aaotralia l t4>jr to baildurlocmv.lt. >
t't' odder for half an hour and uebber said am ;wile t,) feel suathiu: jar him, unsl There is no reason why you cannot have a h idJctorymotor

i. : a word. Brudder Snin works in a flour if he hair in feed for a week arter HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
and feed store for $10 a week. Dat's you'd better e'ect a new president. Simple aid. pra a boa for lie .a Ul or. >
w"r his income. His outgo must be at least Let us go home. M. QUAD. HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT and we will convince you that there is at least one reliable

e' twice dat. How does he do it? lIe does ttikf A;fiae witkl all mr t.7.aa.Ww end rraiKAe w.tn.boat. ; good cabin; acei1eIJ gasoline motor built. The more severe your work the
it by rnnnin hi debt and some day an Johnny'. Luuirut ,
HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOP anxious we are to have the
b airthquake will bust forth under data "Are you sorry you 'tole that coolzy. A clever little s..l.aj boat ark moderate overkjoigl tat more you own a Bridgeport,

1i1' house and lift it fifty feet high. off the table?" asked the ino'.her. who I 8UJ eel,. simplest, most reliable and durable motor on the market.

.':1 "Waydown Bebee sittin' ober dar bad just administered a sound spanking HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIC OR SHARPICEu7 .
for bo
tirmiM the
to kdd'cvHnJ""g ;jut craft a
: wid his old suit on looks to be a man to her offspring. w bqIa ;cu Ie IMW$vcq ca-pll,crtl>eC I op or""' ...
No Valves No Cams No
of sense and economy but what did Isee "Y-yes," said Johnuie between sobs, HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHTA Jean
a +} tvaplcte dttcnpLoa of bow to kiLl 4 model uo IiB.
.' first thing' when' I entered his "l>jut I'm glad I didn't take two.- i ek22 ...,Q U uui ag mwitJjPRICE : ; Easy to Operate
house one day last weekIt was a Ohio State Journal

rug wid a great big' tiger oa it. I $1. EACH Working Parts Quickly JUwsUble
axed for a drink of water out of dec Frightfully Burned "OAI 8V CXPMHS ANYAHtXt

gourd,' but it was brung to me in a Cha; W, Moore, a machinist oflFof Bound h cknh-GoU lettering-Size of pI J. L THE -
'cut glass goblet When I was ready City, Pa., had his hand frightfully burned 9 by 11 ndIes-l.ari.cearIy-ars tn pWis. I&XO37O3R.

to go :Mrs. Bebee axed me to" wait a in an elf.cnical.furnace.. He appliedBueklen's THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. For Those Who Host Be Satisfied
Arnica Salve with the usual
,minit till she played I tune on. herM slid '' i MURRAY STRUT New You*. u. S. A
result: "a quick perfect cure.
planner. Think of. It: Braider Bebeedout Greatest healer on earth for bnrns, sores! $_.4 /oslal for Catalog of Bake Jasacktsma.'t F. N. HITCHCOCK & CO., Agents

awl '. aim $10 a week de year round wounds,, eczema and piles. 25 cents at } Library.

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5-- ;. at Maurice declared eases of neb eminent medical leaden as
,war
jCTiaulln has
'd t' f it 1t'i trocy.nI a yaoa."i" eo ," "" Prof. Bartboknr. D"Jeflenom Med- tif ,
"': :'< -coarse 7O twersi in a,position"to $electrically jnt" mosqultoea['and gnats:, Seal'&,> -.PbUL Prot Hobart A.Hare.M.iLotlfedkal .' A line that meets all demands'
'' Vitro'hia with several others the says a Paris dispatch tot: Jtfew York I>ep rtn et. Cnlveaifer of
: : :: rID : Pa. Prot Lenience Johnson." n. Medkal
: .
-_ "'-'" "''. n, ,R ;;:rJi 4' Herald., He;:proposer to1ace, they. Departraent.University of New,York; Prot .7 'oth.as to quality and price .' ,
5 : .. ,.lJt t :;.'" < > old methods Up'etectrocution,'thanka. to Edwia M. Hale. M. D-HahMmann MedicalOoUenOdcaco
s OB* elan"fpitefdinterruption. '
.:? >' i. ;!lltlte>,'and'flwoa'tt'teU? ou!".;iwolrd an' apparatus.(which" ', hehas' Invented ProL John:Klnav Plot 101m M. D.M.. Anthors fcndder of,M.the n'u4 Selling Price from $450 to $850"

.. '_,.;" i-; }.. :}': : ... Honestly, ;.!}'wanted, to accept.. and patented:; -A; cyUndflcal;lantern, .! American the Dispensatory leadiaa ttedlcal and men scores of of our others land' .
"
,:, :..' :;1 iii constructed of two rings suspended one Who doubt the curative virtues of .
-- ; : t. ;bat'ttwonld' notda, .to throw my- can Full
:: ;:t. Jfjfj ht"at: his head,"'so I reeled off the above the other,.and connected by; par.alleE a medicine the Ingredients of which have particulars sent on application '
> =
:\, ;;!p ''F j:;$fiinlllar. !talk aboit Its being so sudden. acid jrertlcal, chains:. 'These, are ':such Constipation pro/waionat cured endorsement hy Doctor?Piera'sPleawat .,
-i.fj"-j;; $ > connected with the sauce of electricity
't' s "'.. ai: :u.a 4tpentpg fofhim to tr; : Pellets. One or two a.dost.Aatlca .:
.
: ; X6t "i tt racb affaahionJthat:! each: of the MAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE TITUSV1LLE
aplaa:1r :theainoyi Re
\ o"-tifb"" ..:.r-o-' .;. ... fart 'cbatoa la.always alive., .In the. center .
.< :4 !ttDokhIII"OT told;me;as,be>walked. : ..f rIsM .* UOra ,
'..4e"I. ., .. ; ;; is a nmp.; ;: ,
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of hones
-w a JI'& was "other' One the at thetown, farm,
,,:: f4Q'sadden after heJla4'been pajtnime ,_BlectrJc'or.. llahf.attraeta.me. '. '
.t : Ben Tlllman' by name.' is declaredto'be
.
for; life .was qnltoea! which :begin::to bua around "> insane i ,Water.bury E. L. BRADY & BRO. ;
;-? 'devoted;iattentton year: ''the lamp'and come Into contact'withthe incurably says : ...

,,,,_.,"'''.<"....i..,.""''''rlt tr,<:-aoo, short'.for' ."'-'to" pursne"the" matterIbei : :batQL1.-,Tbe ,moment an' InsecttoucDee'two (Conn.), special dispatch to '.the
< 'p .... :and be was, Bane"owu *a New"'York Times. ,It plaTs the 'most '
at once irvitli Its legs It eetihilshea 'Groceries Grain and all Food Products
.:. 1i .:.opts m ,17 that,he served .a{abort t'and ,II immediately unpardonable,tricks, trying to:stand on Hay, .

'>f t"1.ff.3.1 1; T ": jlairtghtr" .. ? electrocuted. ,'If this apparahube Its'head In gardens, squeals and neighs We handle produce of all kinds.. We are agents for napes'FeitUlsen., We deal exclusively
f And.my:opinion is that you're jeaK: at.night in open defiance to:all the in the above lines of pods,and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write u for price OB
.....,..-i;' _"'. '-> ,'h natUed'lf 'a bedroom '"It has onlyto regulations, and tries to destroy Its Grain and all Groceries,delivered at your station. E. L.BEADY BgOTmrrrai, ,FlA.s. .
., "" "t'w-.tf', ;; be;:Uibt d'. short time before the ; '
'
'ir. ,?... y further ;oplnIaa ., that owner retires;to-Iniure'a quiet'night'sdeep. stall. Veterinarians say the case .Is a
.
.i't "* >when,hey makes hia. next 'proposal-, ItTben'tbeue j rare one, of equine aberration.. The .a.N TON;

i:1rUl.."'" i me.", ,Atitue.iaat: meeting.of the Academy animal Is quiet enough'while In bar. <>
:<:iiT?p'Jf. '* :was a crackling hat m ness,'and If the ID lIa not shining, but '
of Medicine system of protecting railway and
r4) g .,. #he air.and,the,two fair maids movednoppalUdirecttoiitDetroit DipIoeMli(8. i g&t against mOlqulto refuses, utterly: to behave itself'In the Staple aid Fancy Groceries HayFProdace of all Kinds

. 'Y. ,, te[, :t pIdJJ'. # ; '"' sunshine.. ,
'?;'<) --.::.... )# bites aDd resulting'yellow fever S. -

t-;.w ti1.."IW.. '":":":- ." was'described l>y Dr. Kernorgant Ibis Q.--.TORZA." VEGETABLES SPECIALTY .

..vxft : was the.use of, aIle'Jrlre'screena over ,...... i611'Itd 1etiNtrrtalilin 1IifIII Titufety 11ee I ; P1.or1c1a > : ,
P ,
-- ; ":i- '" All.... w..... windows,, doors and other a erturea.

.'*1 3TWs 'most .be good weather for As a consequence the.number. daysIn
farmlngr he he sat down ,- ..
queried, as -
a hospital for the personnel of: a "
WHITEHALL PORTLAND CEMENT
'i1. : ?, ;;beside 'a:' farmer looking man in the Ingle"station fell :from' 139, days and ,

:t&; .mnoktng. ear. ten employees In 19 t, *q '!' ;. "couldn't be wuas," was the. reply. and two employees. 1 i

t ti ;How's wheat )lobklngr -baetieit"Xaksaa .P.DQIIJL IfFlorida 500 Barrels will be received in the next ::

f l1 ; % "Won't,he.half a crop."
.. 1-i\:':;< v i "But the hay'will be all right?" "I'm the luckiest 'man Arkansas ," 60 days. Costs.. little more than other: cement -

... '"Wnse'n the wheat. writes H- L Stanley, of Bruno "eince and : but is better.
: the restoration of wife's health after ,
.:, V."Don t you"thmk frnlt will turn ont my
... fe .f"., ,' '."ell! "' five years of continuous coughing and \ EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,
from the Western
bleeding and I
.- lung owe my \
"Won't be two apples to a tree, sir. ,
4 good fortune, to the world's greatest ( Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material.

;..l@} ,f;,;.,, "But.there'caat.be anything wrongirtthtbe medicine,' Dr.',King's New.Discovery; forConsumption
; potatoes leab Eau Gallie Florida.
which I know from experience ,
.,. I1Ldos'to i expect to see three ,to a ,will care cousnmptiop if takenin .\ -
'r. .," : time. ,My; wife improved with first .
i< "
care. Cures the worst coughs and colds
' i.wrong, do your persisted the ques
"i- or money refunded.. At Red Cross Pharm
.
tioner."I
:;tea, .:;} T 1 : acy. 50c and't.Oa'.Trial .bottle free ,TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.. I
do, sir. And I told 'the) widder
I t
'
-1'FJj" .w''i' "** Jennings. when she throwed me over As II* Lore HlBBMlf.' : LOW 1

'- ,.l' Jest how It' would be. lest throwed "rills1octrine of 'Love thy neighbor RATES

:i&" me over sir. and now if the whole as thyself may be all right In theory," I/tV/

: 't: .caboodle of us go to the poorhouse said the egotist "but I don't.think It VIASOUTHERN

-H ;art.:winter don't blame me. I.asked would work.o. ."; '

b z ,'AST six times over to marry me and it wouldn't do for you to go In Ii/ii. vI
: ahe wouldn't do It. and now let the old \\ /
i -: .: for it replied the man who knew him. 1 RAILWAYdPAA .
."
l':a. ;, country fO to" potr. : "You have!to be entirely too demon- i
.tt.r.p.;. "" -"' <', ',1" stratlve.-Detrolt Free Press.A .I 05 'De&n, "*.,. and retan. f y

1-f. ,' !Set Bselvalvc Either.f : .
*; 7f'
Tickets sold daily limited Oct. 31, 1906.
1..' Ot't': i F i.r tai .".te.'. Plalat. 1 fps G A s.ratep Springs K. .Y., l,' ., :
i?' 4 y There came to the beach a poor exile of wU*.J.\J aDd"'ara. .' r f.. S ,,
L.
!t :W .; ,''.. summer; I .TieketlllOld daily; ,limited Oct. 31, 1908.' T

;qif ,.".. "_ The due on her. thin robes was heavy. e 0w'ir-y"a.d
it iflz. = ,I'P. and more; $55.95 Nt 1)h I
)
" l,,, "'s- H k{; For flirtation she sighed when at twilight I Tickets mid daily, limited Oct. 31, 1906. \ _

.1"<" 'C ff./r".,.,, .. ". repairing <&nn 90 Washington, D. C.. ''aad
:. To wander alone on the wave beaten Q retara. iI
,7il (!,,-, shore. Sold July 87, 30, limited Aug.. 8. Eiten-

:;;(J,!,;,>.. 4s .. "Sad. is my fate," cried the heartbroken. sion Sept 8. I
.lljJ.'f' 8t. Paul, or Minneapolis \
; :, maJd n. $33 60
.!"ft :: ..; ..ill'i1.il.I'1r ; :?' "The wild deer and wolf from the hunter MlasiN and return. ,
. ,
-. '- ;. '"" may flee; Sold Aq. 10, U, 12, limited Aug.:31. Ex.

,. -.j&y&je Hen wait I, a tame dear with no thought tension Sept 30,1906.
,P:? ?:\ '% .rtSSVlJ. .. of fleeing, d1A Q ( G Nlapra. Falls' N. Y., aDd

..... 5" ,. 'Yet never a feDowtome. hunting for frTOL retun.
>q! V .:" 'o!' :.: 'f'l'
..< .j,!. or---.J.:'!& "_. Canada and
- re-
:; ..F Jt..<"":4'"" 1 ; ... _-Baltimore American. $53.30 ornate

' t' :..- .s.> Tickets sold daily, limited Oct 31, 1906.
, : 'i'Lcr : : "" Stomach Troubles and ..- ,,*: 'f.. u AtJaaUe City, N. J., and
: .
.fJ.i:.."., ,,.'f!!,. .t... No one can reasonbly hope for good $44 75 ntuna.
'.tt.r.tti.-..'" .1..<",",". lot oy-t' digestion when thebowpli constipated.Mr. Tickets sold daily, limited Oct. 31 1906. JIRRANDORi &
"' .n ) _
2 .z if''i.i> 's Chas. Baldwin, of Edwardsville, III., $52.75 JST"1 R. '" and re-
'''!; ."rif.4i' says, "I Buffered from chronic constipation
:.t tc'z Tickets sold limited Oct 31
Jj'r' daily 1906.
w: and stomach troubles for several
'
j ... 'iJ'. ,. ...bID&10D, D. c.. and
i.l.=:" .., .";;... "".'. 't.w. i years, but 'hankstoChamberlain'sStomach $37.00 ntan. T -v 1
..f.Ji' 11 and Liver Tablets am almost cured" Tickets on sale daily limited Oct 31. 1906. r V VV
.
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w Why not get a package of these tablets Denver, Col .. and

__ re-
.t '
;;tf;....!::. -. ,." :i.""1' and get well and stay well?Price 25 cents. $A2.65 ,
fe m M5: \--.- .",. For sale by all druggists and medicine( Tickets sold July s, to II, limited Aug. 23
'
fe BP"''1--: *.iRtt-11'lint'e=Clarence has such-an dealers. 1908. For sale by the

'f J.:, *-:.* "' iaffecflonkte.. magnetic,way of kissing. O.a.JI-rOR.A. $46.05 tUrD.CbJeaco, Ill. aDd re

: : 1)' ,* '-Her'Dearest FrIend-So several of 1 On sale daily,limited Oct 31, 1906.

sffe* ;; ., < -girls me.Phlla1 harttit &QQ RC\ Minneapolis, Minn. aDd INDIAN RIVERS
; :;the have been telling
)Ii::/ *'';> .. : ..... ce ;;;;; return.
<'PreU.r .
{). i -. \'delpbls' tf Tickets on .sale Aug. 10, 11. 12, limited
|"- "
:, ;; .. Anc. 31. Extension Sept 30.162KaoirWe. L '
"'1.- ry 1 ..."Gna1ale $| TennM aDd re- MUSIC HOUSE

NOUJJiTiH'S ,.
; rheo joints ache and you suffer from *
your Tickets on sale July 7. 14. 15, limited fifteen -
r-Jl. .
Mountain Tea
t;.. \ iheuaMlumBoy a bottle of Ballard Rocky Nuggets
Extension '
days. 1906.
Sept 30
"
.. 61iow'Uaimeat aD d. relief. A ., TITUSVILLE FLA. .-
I Xtikia b
m" ;. A( Buy Buy Peepls.Briap WI.. "1- ,
.
$32.1 .
;$ .; p6iitht e01a for rhea'IP, burns, cuts, '00I 14a Hstlti sad tami YifK.A 0 SE1- gl

i --iS <: .t.i..i..ed aesciee_ ,, sore chest, etc., Mr. ..edlta for ladlnstlom.Live Tickets on sale Aug. 10, 11, 12, limited dug
''flll<,,.r.ff : ..J""i a a tosd.est varchantat sad & ,' *.Eczema,Import 22,1-
\ j\f :.t.-wiaI TOIM31 that be finds Blood. Bare _Rowe, HeadaefaeaadBaekaehBL. Passenger aM Ticket Office

" i. I' t'. t<: Yh. 8aoW Llnlm t the best all let torn as cents a box. genies Tea made Ia&by t 108 W.Bay 8U Phone 743

'1:""t ..."", rbeevef! ..iced." Sold byTit I Bouurza DaN C norm, I adbm. wia.GOU5EJ J. C.: .LT7SZ
"11j.; {I'*!' l 'D..a -- ".._" __."';' '' 'lI': Gm FOB SALLOW PEOPLE District
,I f ."-,;: ";w.' < ""'_.. ,. .r.' -. .'.,, '. Passenger Agent
: &' .'tot I e
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:; i J ifiMnW ,, B'AttendaaceofZoomeaeekeis x .
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1kI. EXTENSION board e' ; ;and.; i! n

; .. ;; ,.. ', < ,, .. .,.. ;j .L-'f$' :
.f "- i ;(0. ;:.'!:? '!':-Y ,, -'- 'y'_.h'l-.. .... .' ;
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....-' M1..t: i i; 1 ria etot : Florida;.the attendance".home-seek4
ui'i1' lIsgCoimcUatin
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.. <"-'- "Hm1M" ','J---','" i< -- .< -""'-' en,. at';the' coming: State, Fair to f beheld I
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"', -: .11''_ / ':"71.'o ,jIf"-L\.1'tM' ""',I"lf.r- :,- -De'liIt"' "' .' In Tampa, November 14; to' 29:
*
ii .f-j.'-;', ;_.;:;: 'wbleh..Raand :. -J;. -4:Crosland. of Miami. __ will be,twice'"as large'as thatof: last:, -
=\< **' *** -
I .If\. .,,.1.i".i'- .-.:,,,,,,, !_ builtt :'/ >i returned\ VauJttit from..embe: .during year Thousands.>who; desire .to' buy> : :_ _
-' ':-' : "; .. :
i( l ti.,(. th.. c'. ','.t.''. ';''>f''t" oi f..__' which he visited nearly,'all of'.''the' homes and settle permanently in'lorz ,
"j"
-..- .bij to tbiDt.III I(;' !t- "' : tnpi, and.reyiewed.thft i..work'of consiructtonra Ida :wicome from the'States of the n
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,,'.. *.:.-;**--.-,-;..J'TiW-WiP?'*'' i .' .,' .
':never "taw;been:-any ;: ; : .iaob _,:10hirn I expression of the. :'way. this* giganticWertatiag premiums on products of every -K.
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< f ti, 'li i.i.lJa"' id .. ib pnblieba IIGiIl -- .DIde, :.is, being' engineered and kind 'will be larger than ever offeredat
,
:. '..p.-:::: &: !: '.' .", .
:ibi" _
Di
.''' '" fj tale a county Vcommbsiohers of
,. .)L- re the manner, and care exercised in the a Southern State fair every countyin :
.afMinding pets the Idanaat;which'ebo'r.t. I did'in the
,
,', J' feeding and comfort of the'workmen, Florida should be represented in
,) ';,-:.'-. -'f"r w >their: intention."Unbns laid ,/111 ({I(loyone. _. ttJI. a the ,various departments of exhibition .
.
:
the Metropolis.
Miami .
'a.7O' .'' ..i-' -'' "' says 1 went
1 1. F"" '. ".JJ-1" ) ._ : ; :! .p",, .. .. N
t :V __;...m ,D"t... W.1, w : and the Commissioners shouU
County
{ : ; ,, r 'f:" 1ADnolaa' omCUL Ul'O& 'fotH pleasure ,
.. simply and
; ?" '.;..:...:." J. ,,, .. recreation
< .;._.rti ii ..... ..._ '_. .. .eRt6eein..... .', 'P---, ;i1' at their: August meeting: appoint a
; .d.r.2r. : "" ""- ,.,... $ \ ? Jh >tJ. : 'Dee: 1, 1900.r said Mr. ,Crosland,."but as it gave me
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: .c: : tw---.f-- commissioner to collect exhibits and
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't i.34Tbib hardly be btaov TQ the'Honorable Bard of Coanty Com- an opportunity of, viewing this work, :
can
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make = HOURF
appropriation to the fib
an FORTY HCHT
** -- !> i-> defray .
-
/ ed for/opposing on-in-Uw :Longworthj'slbr7iin mfosioners- of Marion' .*" .bounty> : which no one but those who Bee ,It; actual expenses of exhibiting The
: < *
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.,,'"..,':; rer'dididty't' : +orit'oT::> .. ."real, :Gentlemen:. Since j making; :my ,-last.repoK can appreciate, ,I cant help but speak railroads will make no charge for

i ;) & EyUborlftWUfe x : 'and IFABooeefeltbM '',titan> .utl'PP monthly to yonVhonorable board favorably of :what. I saw. All thistalktaboutfthe transporting the exhibits, and no PE- U-NA CU EQHlli,

i.t't no very kinily: ,JWings for I -r *" charge will be made for in the
i-Jf- ** 3. r space
tJi: ; -Bmthet- *O mpers'iid (.) i Iecl1Ab r tarn Pitnt.nied. I hive,3hii month sit fed insufficiently housed and
; ?
buildings.
7 <" ': "' : ". ; various exhibition Owing Cold Affected Head and ThroatAttack
; .r' ffi; i. .' Deedetemuuw, t f.o'UaRIM'4J ., .. ,file three-eighths of avails to'grade, and haveeoorpteted abused, is absurd. All the men, evident
: { -, "' & '.:8 ;' to tlrtdemand, for space, it is
=. bf.t : 1 ,1i.2 .. '" ',,- 'd In: additiou1,121,yards with both laborers and their superiors, Was Severe
.
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-itP.... F, will have to
.' 5r" +'' ;:" ..,1...,.. ,,,.. that Additional buildngs, -
tip: i' .. 'l''B8p9;IiosiD:, ".,u-. .Fletcbe i .'of:.Jadnontllie; crashed' limestone.' "'": ..have"put.. this-atoneapoo are a whole\ lot more comfortable be elected. Among these wll be a CLas. W.Bowinsn,!**Lieut and AdJU
-.. :'FlOIW ..the road-bed to a thickness averaging and enjoy, better food and 4th M. 8. M. Car VoU.,writes from
l + of the in which will
:: .. baa bee D ehoeei chairman $ -- Q mod.l poultry building,
alnioBC'or: quite in the ?{d. as follow!:1"
; l&Ljncbea general .conditions ,than many ,in this Lanhamt ,
delegation that will sx> to he"Y; r next : be exhibited twice as many. fowls as
with : the sides "Though somewhat averse to patent
;
center a 'gradual slope to ; city who think they are living well
week So'ttke in the reception] to the at the Fair last
seen year.
part were medicines, and still more averse to be.
leaving the surface f&b road in. theceittr
: rrtttra ; : "At. .Knight's and Long Keys, where a
1 :Hon.,Wm.. JenningiBryenogbfa ,about'41 :inches ,high which I coming a professional affidavit man, it

-1; from around the';%.orlct.. The, headqaar- think when traveled over : extent extensive preparations are now under Water Main Broken. seems only plain duty in.: the pretest

5;% Ji' of the committee will be atf the: Vic- : to some way for the building of trestles and (Miami Metropolis.) instance to add my experience to the
,
,
iitm will settle to about 3 inches and in
.1 &> Bote1;.in New):York., ,f.;, ; myjudgmentron I piers, the men are more than comfor columns already written concerning the
streets vicinity
,, '. fairly f level J nd..ill be
:. U. <' '0:< -4 I : a curative of Perona.
i {;' # i table. They are quartered on, large powers
.
-; sufficient draihtbe'water from B and.Eithth Street flooded
to were beaeBtetf
crown I ",hare beta particularly
; think. how much
sa .c, ;;. When you coin to .of boats designed. especially for their
I
the, center to the sides of the road. The I ', Friday afternoon, caused by a broken by its au for tOl4IlIJ de bead oaf
f fjJ it costs toilivalntbeaa; piping, dings oftariff' material 'convenience. AU windows and en- throat 1 have bceaaMe to full?can
be which I inm now mining lea superior water pipe a ,short distance east of
-
protected trusts,: there ehoald trances are. thoroughly screened the myself of most mere attack totortyelfht
: o material to any I have,yet used_ oce I Avenue B on Eighth Street
Ucani accor&aftodlretthas.
Its
hour
w .tbt ordinary by Wt
4 no wonder ; Bepu staterooms contain good bunks and
.
,. iJ '.' fiivbred fap-eucktag myeootiectioqwith the. work,and, w.il1e : 'ihe break was caused by dynamite, 1 uw It ts a pnvcettr
wbo not gottrn. >
: are : : ; the: distance U greitert than I:would like food is excellent Sanitation is one whenever threatened with aa attack.
which
&n&a ; was unknowingly placed over
mentM&Ztshoald I ow
t : z It
i' of the chief alms of the company, and "Members of my family also on
.. to haul, and the material harder find, I
the pipes and exploded by negroes
.! ii contribnUng;,to,the mpaiJnfa'f1&bat for like ailment We are recommending -
is almost clean.
spotlessly
Li. feel reasonably certain that the :everything
is ,to be: used to elect another standpatCongress. superior working: under the supervision of. Superintendent it to our friendL"-O. W. Bowman.
R quality*! the material Itself will compensate :All of the men are satisfied and the
.. < w i' of Streets J. D. Godman. 'Pc-ra-na Contain no Haicetiat
: for the cost incurred.in I will have 'to dismiss the majority .
extra necessarily company found
t The force of the explosion shatteredtwo One reason why Pemna baa permanent

i Wheaji; fa ten: 'iepta ft .bwhel I lower ti.prloeithii the blasting' and. the rJJEEDED hauling,of the I of those now there if they leave lengths of pipe, and in a *short use in so many homes la that it

;" last year) although;,it II etill same; 1 i the works. The same' conditions. prevail time the streets were completely contains no narcotic of any kind. It CalL

{'' r _protected by_the tariff rate:of 25 cento: a A crush D. i. on land-along' the route of. gradIng flooded. be used any length of time without ad-

foneltel.The;price of .all the farmers are which by the way, is about com- pairing a drug habit.
y I have this 'month been retarded in The waterworks company was ,noti- Address Dr. Hartman, President
buying is however a' the top notch and pleted. The men have large comfort
the work to'tOme eSSe $-in getting the fied and the pressure shut off from The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus,
;' in fact the"price Wk: all",trust ,products able tents, receive good food have the
i pit in propel. shape, which, owing to the Avenue C and the Boulevard north of Ohio for free medical advice. All cor-
'k protected' > the tariff is higher>is yearthan '" -,
farmers oonditition ,in 'which"I found 'it'wasatedioia ; best of mosquito bars, and in every Eighth Street. Work was at once lespondence held strictly confidential
,' Jast Puzzle, why do some '
other provided for as well as
; undertaking It js now, however, way' are commenced to replace the pipes, but
Republkn'tariff trust policy? t
support the "There father's saloon, rooms at PoweIl's.home.
in':first-class shape and ,will improve possible. are practically no it was after midnight before the mains
.i that plunders them?, Recently burglars hare made
mosquitoes anywhere in the keys and
the work I have
t previously
.. ::" .. progress were in service again.
x had.occasion'to'call the attention of your many of tne" men 'sleep in the opening attempts to rob the place, and yesterday -

;; AcogrdingtgtheatatimtitaaiethtDemo. honorable board to (the/ of at night that they may more fully morning Elliott, being detained
,necessity a '
Fatal
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r crata are certain: to win in Congresstonal Probably Mistake.
r crushing plant as a matter of.great economy enjoy; the_ breeze.. The health is excellent until about 2 o'clock, endeavored to-
..' .districts that tare now rep rf9efited.by : (Pensacola Journal.
.. f hkve 'mWjtoao'ad ?in the prpppj' Waking! of,good roads. : and the .least' ailment or com- ) enter the home without disturbing any

_4 t even BepubUcjwtJ chance.o:(n"'captonotJbe.SO, .pWer_' It, would be extremefy difficult to figure plaint Js, given prompt, ,treatment by Thinking that a burglar was at- of the family. He was raising a win-

l'u'. dretdtda'neoeesaryior" i tnsjj.ttIf on the saving of,labor and cost in the con- the camp'physicians. All the drinking tempting to gain entrance to his home daw when heard by Powell and the-

stractioii with the through a window Robert Powell, re latter fired. He was horrified when
machinery
those independent and Bepubjican voters, necessary water Is sterilized; and at every campI
case siding in Milton Monday morning shot he found he had shot his brother in-
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rA whov, want tbetrast'foetering tariff revised but' In the of Marion county, where visited ice water was found in abun -
.. : rock Various kinds and perhaps fatally wounded his
'vote id'the talk"; 'the rtandpatkrt of is generally abundant dance. No, sir, the Florida East Coast laj.
i ; I.believe. it is reasonable to.hope brother-in-law, J. H. Elliott. The bul- Dr. Renshaw, of this city was sum
will hardly have! a leg to stand on. Railway extension workmen. should
: Y .. .. Mr that. the, \ coat of labor .could, be, reduced have nothing to complain of. They. let entered the abdomen, and ranged moned to Milton to assist Dr. Eldrldge '

The epaee allot d i each'county exhibit one-third, possibly'more. ,It is a decidedly are far, more. comfortable and.better downward, lodging near the hip. but the condition of the wounded man

{ ing at the coming State Fair will be reserved slow process to beat the soft lime rock provided for in every respect than any Elliott who is a bartender at his ts: considered very serious.

tj. for that county at-.. "thereat, Panama by hand, while' owing to the tough one would imagine." .Mr. Crosland'
< Exposition which'is to be held in qualities of the hard stone, it would be '
(. stated that a great work is going on at
Florida Female
1908, and which will ,be attended by well nigh impassible to build a road if it College
Knight's and Long Keys. At Knight's
hundreds of thousands. Many new were necessary to crush them by hand. .

buildings will{, of course, have to be erected While,.I*believe the limerock'generallyused Key an Immense dock 600 feet in TALLAHASSEE FLA.IT
length and 100 feet in width is being .
in read making in Marion
for the Exposition, in order to give countymakes

Florida and other states ample room to a fine road of which we,all ought constructed. This is for the purposeof POSSESSES IT EMBRACES

display their resonnvs, and no countyin lo feel proud, I am at the same time fully accommodating material from Ideal location, College of Liberal Arts,

Florida can afford to be, without convinced that the harder rock, which which the dredges and other crafts Excellent equipment, School for Teachers,

i' representation either at the State Fait is even more easily obtained would, if will work during the construction of Standard curriculum, School of Music, vocal! and instrumental
properly crashed make a better road the and trestles. The dock is '
Vic; or the Panama Exposition.i : piers Spacious gymnasium, including pipe organ new-:

- w aiuPoW which'might. last indefinitely. well advanced and a great amount of Heated swimming pool, instrument
,
Florida counties contemplating exhibiting refer'to. the 'matter again only in the material already on hand. A large Twenty-acre campus,
t School of Industrial
Arts
at the, coming State,Fair'at Tampa hope that the board may see its way tramp steamer belonging to the Bull High moral environment, Domestic including; '
Science and Art
will be interested to learn that Hill* dear in ,the. near future to supply the I line was discharging crushed rock Admiral college spirit, ,

., borough county will iiot compete for any county with the necessary outfit to carryon when he was there. Similar work is, in Steam heat, electric light. School of Expression.Young .

of the prizes offered. Hillabomugli, however economically this very important progress at Long Key, and the com-

k t r will be represented by a matDi6,:eut work. pany expected to sink the first coffer- ladies contemplating entering the College this Fall should write at once :.

,,4 exhibit; but as it ia the home county or -*< GOOD ROAD MATERIALIn dam there Saturday. This is practically for dormitory room. Session begins Wednesday, September 26, and continues

; t the Fair, and, owing to Tampa being ihr looking ahead for the purpose of the beginning of the trestle eight months.
r scene of the Fair, it can easily win points For catalogue and detailed information write to
cL finding suitable ,material closer to the work, that will be the most hazardous -
Pty' !th on industrial and educational exhibits A. A. MUBPHBEE, President ---h
road I have disc-oven oil land belonging part of the gigantic undertaking. }

L;: -l: which pot ih"-..other counties' at.a disadvantage to 'John MrDiiflSe a lime sink within

i ; : and,Hillsborungh: therefore, fifty or sixty 'feet of the road, which Inside Route to NaplesontheGulfMr. Western & Atlantic Railroadand I

i. ; : withdraws from ihe'race. Hilishonmgh looks, to be i u- hauSfible. The deposit is\
'a'e= J. W. Pixton, of Naples was in
county expects to get ;her reward from
a mile :And A quarter from the city limits.I the- _
the advertising of the resources of.the have talked to McDtiffie with referenceto Town Tuesday and informed us that

!4 ; county to'the tHousands of'hotn eekel'8I mining the place, but lie is not in .Mr. Bruce Haldeman, of the Naples Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway .

which will attend the fair'; and for the favor*of opening his fence and havinghis Company, has made arrangements to :

benefits of advertising, even if tl e"firte place opened np. as a pit. At the dredge the inside waterway. to Naples. DIXIE FLYER ROUTE

thousand dollars .were not offered' in same tithe; the ,811r&ce;indications across This route is from Fort Myers to :

preainms, every county. : in the. state, the road and on' through lands just east Punta Rassa, thence to Matanzas Offers best service to St. Louis and Chicago and points West and Northwest.

:i; i should. be--represented J : of McDl1ffi '8 leads ,me 'to believe that Pass. From the pass to Surveyors
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,' "- The_Tariff Issue is Simple enough pits to determine the existence proposed to dredge a channel four feet leaves Jacksonville at 9 p. m., running solid to Atlanta. Through Palace

The ;whole tariff issue, ae far as the or non-existence of the tnateiul, and deep, so that the Naples boats can Day coach to Nashville. '

voters can settle it, is shall the tariff rate should we be able to fine it near enough run right up to Survey in rough Pullman Drawing Room Buffet Sleeping cars through from Jacksonville to St. '
Louis and Jacksonville to Chicago. Solid vestibule train from '
Jacksonville
Atlanta
f that shelters the trusts be revised, so the surface it will to
to very materially weather and thus avoid the heavy '
Atlanta to Nashville and Nashville to St. Louis. / [_
that being: high enough to produce what decrease the cost oi the road. seas in the open Gulf. The expenseof Ask for tickets via Nashville, Chattanooga and St Louis railway. ;_ -

t revennet the government needsyet not The people generally living along the this work will be borne by Mr. Leave Jacksonville, 9:00 p. m. ;

so high':as to .protect the trusts from line of the Cotton Plant road have shownme Haldeman and the Government Leave Atlanta: 9:35 p. m.

competition? The Democrats, take the every kindne-s, and seem to be dredge boat Kissimmee has been Leave Chattanooga, 1:15 p. m. '
secured -
:. affirmative side or tbat propoeition and Arrive Nashville 6:55 p. m.
anxious to aid the county in the rapid
to do the work. The
;" completion Leave\Nashville 8:00: p. m.
the Republicans ''I the nep&ive'dJe Utter completion of the road. The labor coatof
Arrive Martin
of this work will insure a heavy 12:05 p. m. }
:' having decided againaV i any tariff reform. the work for the month, for men and Arrive St. Louis, 7:30 a. m. '. -'
travel this
to favorite Gulf coast
Tbefeensible voter cannot but decide to teams, amounts in round numbers to re Leave Nashville, 80 p. m. b. _"
-* voce fort that ia sort.-Fort Myers Press. Arrive Chicago, 930 p. m.
;: congressman, pledged $588136. ALLAN RODGEBS. ,'\.>

to J9vise .,the tariff; by eliminating the "Y Scrub yourself daily, you're not clean Questions! cheerfully answered.For *

chisjf,:part U not all of the protection to Old maids wouldbe scarce aDd hard to find inside. Clean insides means clean stomach further information, rates, etc., call on or write to ,,

rarY tau v arid'combines; while producing Could they be made to see, bowels, blood, liver, clean, healthy COLE DANLET uIlorida
YT, How grace and beauty is combined tissue in every organ. 3Io&u: Take HolIfster'a fr
!i '' eQoozevenoe ;to run the government, By using Rocky Mountain Tea. Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents, l'UfonIV

.1. I: :,:;; '>ronely, ua eooiomicraly" adauaietered.1c .Aak your druggist .r Tea: or Tablets. Ask your druggist. 212 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, "tj
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., : ijthsT : t..".-.'..oaarj, peetmutei'v"f A.-T.thee I Fiends did ..-Aft Joint Bejola&ms jaowaiac l'US&i:: Y-t. ,.
amendments the of the
to Constitution
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:{_:_ ... oJ.1 ,.. .. '._\ : .. Florida do cambia and shall have in Elcamw.t' :' t 1'
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';;..a."fid ''';; '''' ''''V. t". -''. '. { ,.1 i : ; too, GENERAL ELECTION. ; Jodce of said county the same original', -..; .
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,",1' ,... ; :; ..."},, _.J,. s-. '" irenteaUesof hard Aire b8iitgA1aabaa ". : :filt. the will be held In. each ia Florida theeireult'JQ11andcirtuitJlldaeof.wcou.,..
>:,'> .... road ii&-' ******l --,.*- *' *- V' ceded bidredgingiT.he NorthwestCHannel' County on : ,, "i"
-- : ""'- time *jrepiter hiir-food. ; raesdar next succeeding the first Monday ia 17.and the same power to issue write of mane, '.-: 3.

_ .,....,'.>..1dtJ...! __........;...... _' :Coanty4ln' the.. . '' to depth;;of 20 ;!eet. The November A. Dn. 1906, the said Tuesday be- damns, lnjanctiongao warranto, certiorari -:: lt."
... .y"p'v rc- '''''; K -d ..
,,":;', III '; ''. : ( sit inc the prohibition, habeas and all writ .
""'I' eA OPJ. peu4edhfl 1 prevIons< degth=was ,15. feet,. and the corpus prop- '
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.:> :; e.1.;' !!:." -"{. 't "' ; er and necessary to the complete exercise of .' .
'* ;,,... ,;:;,')._. _. _1,;...., '' '' ,, will remila whereltbe1onge- : SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER ,
.. PoDeipr.
'" ,''" :.<. "" ..: "' .>; ._ ,. ..formerly.. '.. Of,1 V< isr t w _O.iiteamers: ; were the largest their jurisdiction the circuit court and circuit ;t

...t.-t...., .,..'.. : .;.-C' .. ... '.i"'-1a '.r:ieUri... !iP-\-'"" _quit; v:e*......ike-.......hetd/aoc;:. _. ..._on.,...,.:.m aMbI" ""i'""1 vessel thatould4croas.Now; :: ,.we.tinderatand for the ratification or rejection of the said and judge authority of laid, to,county gammon except and empanel the'power a

;tt- is ;Ikytona.-it' .t '. ,The beet Wad ole t/eti onlal-1'-1' ,':t6eattamahipaof the!Mal- taint Resolutions proposing Amendments to grand jury. .
the Constitution of the State of Florida, via
x : Section 42. There shall be six
tor *:eiJrty yMrg.n terms ohaJd
'r told ore : ,
J'awl. i )"bie L hts' < andobviate
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;;.__i. :"' ....Nan]:; Storei Company,; .t .: court in each year. .

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...;'>.J" J}. ,y '.,. .-to ->;.;. .jyawrs :> _.__ill .0- TortugM- when'ea' then to' Mobile That the following amendment to Article prosecuting attorney who shall be appointed'
'. ::;.., __ 11.1'aJDp'L'. _' ::0';;' .. ; .. 4 way_ ... XVI of the Constitution of the State of Florida by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate '
", ." ,,, "1' ma v SB e-s-: or Caltonthereby' cutting off. fiftymiles be and it is hereby agreed to and shall and who shall hold his ,office for four yearn r

::3. ',;;p .;...faL? -Ude,., -; .,'I' aaon"' Sanford t: '" ; has. ......... ,tiFT' .' -.-- .:: 'ormore: of the distance. The 'be submitted to the electors of the State at His compensation shall be fixed by law.
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'h" L'f\,..,.. :"Teptab1e8 ,to Ul6'U1Ont..of he: general election to be held on the first Section 44. All offenses triable in said court
.. o,. ,, ,breating'iU'r: ..cordid ';10'. engineers a 'e'ofii8 opinion, that a Tuesday after the first Monday in NovemberA. shall be prosecuted upon information under

=-.y", "-::r t,.$0,400..,...:.,.-....;"" .. The numerous Miami 'and 'Darts greater 'c depth.;can 'yet be attained.- D. 1906, for ratification or rejection. oath to be filed by the prosecuting attorney.bnt
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-- ; Section The the he grand jury of the circuit
;c L : of the etiterprlsiog'residents; ". 82. Governor Gomptroler court for said I s
.' ':: ,i3"&. '- __ County friends of'Mr.R.'; :tHallra- Key' -WeatrAdvertiser.- the State Treasurer the Attorney General county may indict for any offense triable in

!.i'M.. ,.;?f.ftIJ:Ntlr' 8mtyrn4 irs. "raisl.. _..-;moneyfor, ,, :. perjntendentfjo Public' ;, and the Commissioner of Agriculture of the:court of record. Upon the finding of sneh
{' : InitmUoa time' night the
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ftwtestabllabmenof a city park.- : Some. Wednesday, the State of Florida and their successors in indictment the circuit judge shall commit or
v w'Illbe intereatedrIn ;the' wow: store*of the Fort Pierce Drug Com. office are hereby constituted and designated bail the accused for trial in the court of record l-

'"1 $Clt1JeDa.. ,;pernnlnk Springsslrvej went his II a board of drainage commissioners, and are which trial shall be upon information
to
of
lY : .approaching; marriage;
'1f. ." > ekilf parry was entered and the safe opened hereby authorized and empowered to eetab- Section 45. The clerk of said court shall be

"; :*':: | '; /agajwlatuteg$10,000'o: of Mi i''Lena .Rogere' ,Darlington,.' .Si: and robbed of all the money contained lieu a system of canals, drains levees, dikes elected by the electors of Escambia county fi

l blads:: ..for. publlfiTicnooi_ :purposes._ : C.The happy" .event;. will take'' place and reservoirs of such dimensions and depth, and shall hold office for four yean and his
in'The fact wag discovered by as in the judgment of said board of drainage compensation shall be fixed by Jaw, The ,

.} 0 ? 'he cornerstone :of;.Marlon:: County's at'.P1 e."h meof 8"" parents of' tiebrideelect Mr. Alexander soon after he opened commissioners i* deemed advisible, to drain sheriff of Escambia county shall be the execu- /f

win' inlaid5 and reclaim the and overflowed lands live officer of said and his duties and
< "UaI'.cow thouae with ;; on September 12.-Miami swamp court ,
the:store yesterday morning, but as within the State of Florida, or such parts or fee!> shall be fixed by law.-

.,:,,,f' : -..."_" :ceremonies. '- on: October. ..,17.property News: . jet.no due'has been found'as to who portions thereof aa is deemed best by said Section 46. The same rules of procedureand
: tThq Florida East!= Coast Railway has board of drainage commissioners from time to practice which obtain in the circuit courtof
!!t f ; i.oj"We Palm ." committed the robbery. The safe con. timer and to provide for the irrigation of the the county shall obtain in the court f

!voted, .to bond for $!,5oo employed' a:large number of men re- tained about $100 In cash and about lands reclaimed and to maintain such canals, of record and all laws relative to criminal
fjt drains, levees, dikes and reservoirs in such courts of record,except aa otherwise provided
fe' pyovi8ing.ad4Riopt, street basing, centiyr! most of them brakemen, $50 In 'checks., t;
it t Any person' having manner as'v ill be most advantageous to the herein, shall apply to and control toe court ;

'. 'he Mieanopy' "' 1rfngCompan, is' switchmen,etc. this road for' sometime had checks cashed at 'the drug store territory so Brained, the State of Florida, its o'f record. Change of venue may be had from 3
: 'Short class Inhabitants and the commerce thereof. the court of record to the circuit court of an.
has been of this rtrainmen' ;
hf:>le4i..Intjtattuwhteh ,began .buslMlcanopy since, Monday will confer a favor on Section 33. .That the board of drainage other county for the same caueear and under *!
; to operate,the large;numberof Mr.' commissioners are hereby authorized and the laws providing for changing the
::.. J.WH "';; at.: : the. first. of. ,the. Hendrix by making the fact known venue
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ii ;.-'A, threequarterrsfelacing thls oadj The]traffic.on_ ?the Florida alL-SL Lucie County Tribune. ids That the board of drainage commissioners may. in his discretion order the circuit
4;:1J.W" ) be and it is authorized and judge of Escambia of
East toast? .Railway, fat improbably empowered county or any other ;
7r \, track willf'be built, by. en&nslastleturfmen to prepare a list or lists of all the alluvialor county to hold ono or more terms or parts of .

a:: of )Miami in a'.suburb of the greater than on any .other road in ,Music. Features of the Coming Fair swamp and overflowed taxable lands terms of the court of record.,>Any civil cause

: the State-New' Smyrna Breeze. The flnesi band music ever heard within such drainage district or districts in the court of record may be tried before.

9m,, Maglc Cltr., ,*. ,\ I.,. \ and levy thereon an acreage tax referee, or in case of the disqualification of
:;,<;).' : Preparations '.are. .being 1. made and iisu for'the 81m .of $2,000 was south. of, the .Mason .and Dixon line not exceeding ten cents per acre per annum the judge of the court of record, may be tried
(' ... will be, the to be fixed annually by said board by a judge ad litem,of may be transferred to
: .\ahd Is being preparedforthe largest : brought. Monday: In the. Circuit Court among principal amusement the circuit
... i1..i'{, : of drainage commissioners, and the various court of Escambia county or any
Y:). crops .of celery and lettuce that San' by.Avery ft Avery,.representing. E. features of the coming Florida tax assessors of the various counties embracedin other county in the same way and according 4
.. : part or in whole within such drainage dis- to the same piovisionsas govern such
Fair proceedings
State
I former superintendent of to be held at Tampa No.
. ford"hag'eyer.known'f t LongA B
fT f\ t triet or districts shall receive such list or lists in the circuit court of cambia count -
r';;; .- 36 Commissioners* 'f f r ltreeegainsttthecity of Pensacola. vember 14 to 29. The band engagedfor and enter the same upon the tax rolls of the t ,
The
'';' ..jofIllsboro .Mr? Long, It-will be*remembered was the.Fair Is the Royal Red Hussar county or counties in which such lands may Section 47. The Supreme court of the State
,
1E' I, County have voted for an appropriation lie and the amount so levied by the board of shall have appellate Jurisdiction in all eases
. for countyexhibit at removed.'from office by the Board of Band of England: which will arrive drainage commissioners in such manner and it law and in equity originating ia the court

.? :tf of $2,500 a .. form as may be prescribed by the board of j of record, and in cases of conviction of felony
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Public Instruction the'City
of from
: Works by shortly, Europe to tour the principal .
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ttf): the coming. State Fair. drainage commissioners from time to time, in the court of record/'.The circuit court of
. >r > ." .' Council. some months ago. at a cities .of the country. The band which amounts shall be collected by the various icambia county shall have final appellate

'The. Consumers. .Ice. and Fuel Corrr"fit time when there was a muddle over Ii'composed of forty-five pieces, ands tax collectors of the counties wherein jurisdiction of all. misdemeanors tried in the i'
puny of Pensacola has'been dissolved, such levies have been made as other taxes court of record. 'All appeals or writs of error ;
the street superlntendency; 'and the under the direction of Lieutenant are collected in accordance with law and pay prosecuted from the court of record, whether t

, i: .as a result of threatened; prosecution present action. Is' on' this' account.- Ameers, formerly leader of the Royal over said amounts collected to the board of i to the Supreme Court or Circuit Court, 'shall '

N under the anti-trust laws. drainage commissioners, said commissioners''' be prosecuted in the same way and according
...,. : Pensacola Journal. Orchestra of England and a memberof shall have a lien superior to all other liens to the same rules as govern such proceedings

u: :Professor.Tom F. McBeath has been The King Edward's household. Lieutenant upon the taxable lands in any such drainage from the Circuit Court toThe Supreme Court.
largest ever seen
gray snapper districts to be enforced by tax levy for thecost Approved June 6. 1005.ARTICLE .

.. xx" ," appointed' principal'of. the' University. In .these waters was captured yesterday Ameers has played in all the of any work done under the provisions XXXII. '
i.3 at Gainesville to succeed I hereof done prior to the adoption of this ..
i' High.School or
. ).... : afternoon by Eugene Knight at principal musical centers of Europe amendment, under the provisions of an act of That the following amendment to Article 4

.r.o W.] N. Sheats 'resigned. :the lighthouse dock. When cleanedthe and Is known as the "Sousa of Eu- the Legislature passed in 1903. XVII Florida of be the and Constitution the is of the State of
same hereby agreed to
'Profeaeor W, N. Sheath has resigned fish weighed little more than.17 The band had Section 34. That the board of drainage and shall be submitted
:"'F'l' f b >c *-* 4 r I ;;*, ;. rope. intended com commissioners be and it is authorized to exercise to the electors of the

,; t: ag ,,riptlpal' of theUntiersity_ High I pounds: "Tbe! fish\was.captured with a ing no further South than Washing. the right of eminent domain in the con- State fication at the general election in 1906 for rati-

; it: Sdiool?:at [Gainesville |to accept the. ,I smalls> ':f.snapper. ..line, and ;give [Mr.Knighte .ton. but has been... brought to Tampa demnation, drains of levees land, for dikes the and location reservoirs of its canals for Section or 1.rejection Either: branch of the Legislatureat

::proprincIpas[ of the.Leon:High School a lot;of trouble' land i at the expense- of seevral thousand the purposes aforesaid and may enter upon amendments a regular to session this thereof may propose

*,..1j':f at Tallahassee. __ him. Of late the amateur fishermen I I dollars per week. To* hear this band condemnation take and use such proceedings land as,it deem may,necessary pending same be agreed to by Constitution three-fifths* and of all if the the

v- 'Judge George J. A now+ postmaster along the docks have been losing their alone Is well worth aArip to Tampa for such purposes and in' ascertaining the amendments members elected to each house such proposed
j shall be *
entered their
. ; lines1' 1'finge.s .cut compensation to be paid for such land or rightof upon re-
tbe
; ri: a Gainesville and a prominent Republican ,: \ .;and (having J way benefits to be derived from such spe 'tive Journals with the yeas and naj s and i

: '. ;r.jJt..: '. died at '"hfe home In that cIty fighting big11 fish', andthe capture of Received Government Commission drainage shall be considered by the jury. shall be where published in one newspaper in each .
county a is for
m ei his; one explains, the cause.-Key A. W. Windhorst, an enterprising Section 35. The Legislature may provideor ntonth, newspaper published,
.r ? Wednesday morning.' He ':was !h9'1 ,. the assessment of benefits derived by lands one immediately preceding the next
'* : t[inter-Ocean.- Tampa man who has been Identifiedwith general election of Representatives at which
. 'old. 1 .t\ W, b1 reason of such drainage and the collection
opt) years election the shall
be
.,'f same submitted to the
hereof the proceeds therefrom shall be paidto
the real estate business here ;
: -w '. Governor.Broward and State Chem: Last Tuesday evening, while Mrs. the board of drainage commissioners to be electors of the State for approval or rejection.If .

Lauderdali A.- .L, McCjendon ,was sitting on,,the yesterday received his commissionrom used by them for such drainage purposes.Approved I a majority of the electors voting upon
Roset ; : the amendments such
i-i R-jP. ere'at-FJDrt: I at election shall adopt
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as May 271905.
-:: !ariytnttlie'we&kf! Inspecting the veranda, .of. ,her home; she 'saw a Avid Washington secretary and I the amendments the same shall become a part
. 'it! :. flash and' heard- :a noise' like: a stone treasurer of the municipality of Cris- ARTICLE XXIX. of the Constitution. The proposed amendments -

ddtt :work ,of constructlpn, pn. the second : shall be so submitted as to enable theelectors
':. dredge. striking the'fence ,directly In front of tobal 'in the Isthmian Canal Zone. I II That Section nine ((9) of Article five (5) of to vote on each amendment separately. -

Everglades of Mr. Windhorst is the second man I the Constitution of the State of Florida be All amendments adopted at the electionat
i
: "' within few feet
i. her. She was a
; Fort McCoy, Marion County Is, to and the same is hereby amended so as to readas which this is submitted or heretofore
't":J'.' barbecue It, and rushing out picked up the from this city to receive a Govern follows viz: adopted by the electors are hereby declared apart

j> nave a ,big ;; .on, August 24, '. .: meteorite ment position In the Canal Zone. M. "Section 9. The salary of each Justice of of the Constitution from the date of the
It be a
atone proved to ;
.= 'and among'tbe'attract1ona announced the Supreme Court shall be four thousand adoption of the same.

about,, the .size.,of a small egg and C.'Rerdell, a partner with Mr. Wind ($4,000)) dollars a year. The salary of each Approved June 8, 190.5.

-4 ;- Is, Governor: Browardwho'will speakon The stone horst In the land business, Is now Circuit[ Judge shall be three thousand five The votes cast in compliance with said proposed ( b
hot when picked :
'. : the drainage question. was up. hundred ($3.500)) dollars a year." amendments and the canvass, declarations -
i looks like the common variety if ironstone acting as municipal Judge fat Cristo That the foregoing amendment to Section and returns thereof shall be subjectedto

t\; ',Tai ip'.,tax valuations for.this year Is brown color and Is bal. Mr. Windhorst telegraphed the 9 of Article V of the Constitution is hereby the same regulations and restrictions as are
{{ ;! show Increase of 857744.05 over ; of a agreed to and the same shall be submitted to provided by law for general elections in the
{'". an heavy. It Is on exhibition at this Canal Commission at Washington yes- the electors of the State for approval or rejection state of Florida.

-s ;. 1905: The 19ures on real estate andpersonal terday afternoon to'the effect that he at the next general election of representatives INTESTIMONYWIiEREOFIhave hereunto
.3.2.966j5Jr. office.-Live Oak DemocratThe as required by Section 1, Article set hand and
l ; my affixed theL.
1905were ,
!<<::1, for horse races at the coming State would depart from Tampa for the XVII of the Constitution. [ S.] Great Seal of the State of Florida, at
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a :;|or"1906 they are, $13, ,,>0p,711. Zone some time after August 7. It is Approved May 31. 1900. Tallahassee, the Capital this first
.. ; will be 'even better
." 4 Fair at Tampa I' day of August, A. D,1906.
Lambejf shipments through> ,the port probable that after short sojourn ARTICLE XXX.
a
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:. than those of last year which were 11. CLAY eRA w FORD.
1 \:' of'.Fernandlna during the1 month 'of there he will send for Mrs. Windhorstand That the following amendment to ArticleV Secretary of State.
In- more exciting and better conducted of the Constitution of the State of Florida. To J. P. BROW, Sheriff Bievard County.

1. Jan aggregated 10,400,367 feet, than any ever held In Florida. When ch11dren.The gentleman Is a relative to the Judiciary Department to be Titosville Fla., Aug. 3.

elucUal.87.600.cross-ties. of which 1- fit subject for congratulations.- numbered Section 39 of said Article V, be and -
: the Fair gates open several hundred the same is hereby agreed/ to and shall be
torelga
ifk "'" 28l,767wen\to ports.! I fine horse!, will be" 'at the track alarge pa Tribune. submitted to the elector of the State at theronoiil BOBBINSGRAHAM

'c Commltsloners of Dade:Cityt .<. .. ._. election th_. u_. _held n.._ nn the un first TIIPJU .
.t..,. IXha. T' .. attendance being guaranteed by 'Why Fret and \V 01'1'7when day after the first Monday in November A.

.)'jJ!; .:will::enter _suit against the Converse the formation 'of a Southern racing your child has a severe cold. You O. 1000. for ratification or rejection to-wit: & r
Chattanooga Section 39. The annual salary of the
of,
@ Bridge Company, extending through Kentucky need not fear pneumonia or other pulmonary .-
"f circuit, judges of each of the Crimina' Courts of Record CO.,

tf .Tenit; to :reimburse .the county for Tennessee, Georgia Alabama, the diseases. Keep supplied with now, or hereafter to be established shall .
'the:loss'.of"the steel bridge which refirymDled Ballard's Horehound Syrup-a positivecure be. paid quarterly by the county where such (Incorporated Paid up Capital 250000. It t

.>; Carolina. and Florida, Tampa being the fur colds, coughs, whooping, h court is established and shall be aa follows : This company owns lands

; ( [ Into'New River at Fort only Florida. city In which the races and bronchitis. .Mrs. Hall, of Sioux In counties of lea than fifteen thousand pop>> in the Indian Hirer Country -

ulation one thousand dollars : in counties of ,on the St. Lncie River,
.LaucJerdaIe., Falls S. D. writes "I have used
_>
;. : your
will be held at the Fair. thousand to twenty-five thousand
from fifteen
...i 'ri '''" 7.-1. i&a'aCaptaia wonderful Ballard's Horehound Syrup at New River and on Bifc-i
,
"' "The .Nassau Line steamer population fifteen hundred dollars; in counties
.{ih r: : arrived In DeafsMM Caaaot Be Cured on my children for five years. Its m-ult! of from iw ity-fiVB thousand to thirty- cayne Bay.
.
$ ,. jua, Sorenssen, 'I have been wonderful" Sold l>y Ht'll five thousand population two thousand! dollars PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. .

ff "l ",port'Jacksonville.Wednesday, from diseased By local applications of the,as ear.they There cannot is reach only ODeWQ' the Cross Pharmacy. ; and in counties of more than thirty-fire Send for land list.

; ; 'N. P. portion thousand population, twenty-five hundred ,1
-Bay Cuba, and Nassau, deafness and constitutional Or r ICES AT
.. :,. "-.1\ fib o to cure caused dollars. hereby repealing any and all partor
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'-;1 "t ww'CUco i of.'sixty, thousand cocoa- r medie Deafness is by an in* KOTICJS or APPLICATION parts of the said Constitution in conflict TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.
: flamed condition of the mucous lining of the -
,:of! limes, banana I'er Permit to Mel Uqn n.. Winet'aud herewith. i
w"fa1qUait1ir
,2 inn J : etstaehiao tube. When this tube get*inflamed Beer. Approved June 6,1905.ARTICLE ENNIS & FORTBlaoksmithilg .'.

f tied"fttrTer troplcal-truts.skeleton ., you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing I
i : .
: ,$o and when it is entirely closed deafness is WHEREAS, Horace Y. Pitts has filed with XXXI. "'V"AII __ ,-

Tlfo'' .of. an' S-foot alligator: the result,and unless the inflammation can be the board of county commissioners for Bre- '
""morning taken out and this tube restored to its normal vard county Fla, his application for permitto That the following amendments to ArticleV and Repair Work ;
lbtited :the rher- Constitution of the State of Florida \
down condition hearing will be destroyed forever sell liquors wines and beer in election district of the .

Yr d i 3ged against some" obstructions aiM cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, 2 of said county and state; any citizen of relative to the Judiciary Department,to be .. .. .
numbered Sections 41, 42. 43, 4-1,45.46 and
which is nothing bat an inflamed condition of such election district may show cause, if any
:.. Y M. j /the-Avenue, D bridge.. The hide the mnwns surfaces. there be, at the meeting of the board to be 47, of said Article V, be and the same are TITUSVILLE FLA. --t
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A .. that Hundred Dollars for held the 4th of September hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to
1rU1"-"t. ind lt-IFaapposed: We will give One any on Tuesday day '
zt; ;J' the electors of the State at the general election Wagons made and repaired. Horse Shoeing i.
ease of deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot nest, at 2-.30 p. m. why such permit should 111
: .. aln e' hid jerked the pelt be cared by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for not be granted. to be held on the first Tuesday after the a specialty. Work from any part Indian
.,. ,. '" in November A. D., 1906 for River anywhere in the will
.', i ;htpwis '1h8..can-.ua. In the river circulars free. ] A. A.8nw izzCler : first Monday or county receive f :
F. J. CHENEY 4 CO.ToledoaHsll'sd Lsz.L Board of County Commissioners, ratification or rejection to-wit I our careful attention. We stand the freight ; :
', $ i itDept'the'tter I.-JOaml ,Bee. Section 40. There shall be established in one way and guarantee to give you satiafac'f l Ij
: drnmsts,75c.: Brevard Connty, Florida. !
by
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.. .' ,."..""' ,. Y the county of Escambia whenever the voters lion Send ns your work. t.t.Ij
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,_ ., ,JIIIi .baN.tae tlomeIntthelnln I ']Caenx1 -, : .

.'. '..- ..: mm; D4 '>'Some-men are lIke wlne-they. Im*
"t..,"' :gg1 r d' ..:cooV.to place.a:meal prore with age.", '- ; : ; -. : '' ,% ,
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'''' : ,hlnsifie; iriu, i t.gJu beof ,rr-es, but the ,likeness must be,'perfect ONE PENNY..... . .

rf' Wlne.'aad;"to' .:'escape ybIa:;tear '\and .. ...though." Will bring to you a very handsomely illustrated

_ir_,ot-gtitltade;DiBowser'. 'Rent. "What do you meanr -., in catalogue the south,the most rapidly S deyelopfn/r college >(..

,.9,4.. "'1za.t"- 'npittit 5 ,,hrkftlaittliute; % Mrs. ,'i "Well, no wine can improve with age
< Y JrohWIIfth"vJulCeomlDg -
>, ..;" 'H'f: .w : ;-d wB fr that .has 'never been drunk."-New Young's Female College-:: [

i.. ;, ,:" .:;..t1.'Wiii. y-' i om- DtI. he Ii"i"aak d:.''<.* !| : ,_ York life. ;;

.. .;s. 15. .,..... ,"' .Q. ... j "I*ie,egmeoe w o;winI: ; you: ',tjobla THOMASVILLE GEORGIABllbelteurrleulam'
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'" oJ".... "" 'l-t.>'$' '';g..1.n.f I'/' dub of ran.foi offlce/ !orbs LM* and short of It." -

.. ,'...." ,.".. .' .,',.r.;fH :\{,>f. ..;,... ;'Say,>it Is;'one;of,the saddest'cases f Fifteen Specialist In Faculty. Steam Gymnasium Heat,Electric Swimming Lights Fool'
;..'?., = :: :t "tf you=ez )heard of, and'.I, don't .know Ill Kroad Decree and Certificate. COUnellit Bowline Alley -
.:{<< '. tllIICLfI> "': 'Ii ..... haste and Expression ;Trained Karve and Physical Culture BIT :
.. .; ..,... '. -: "M.j..:., "" '-.. ._ 1'.0. -; jrhenf coylsympattiles': :;;have been: M t'.tV Mew Buildings Newly Furnished .j rector In HOBM ,. f
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.., 'CASH ; \. Address : COCHRANE HUNT President / i -
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< -'.." >'(::i'-I'J', ,. "'"- .t.. \ estranged .from '''
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., \! 11# ;.., ,;t"H'6.. i;. America,to effect reconciliation with
....* '1i.. ; 1' ..1'J.?< -.'- .': his jfather. If- possible,' and die In hili rMww&wwwaowwthw1The

a :,M.. ,;j. "'Jkf icopyT1ght1106;by P-C?: JGaatmentlIBOWSEB um ." :;;'
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1 walsltttnsronthe 'That Is .quite romantic.. Where. do =
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-fit4 M' e"r troit* .tepe the'ciner..evening lou-come'rn'.- ; ?." Geo. H., Fertiald Hardware Co. ; a

:' ::l) ...k f watching:tbi drawingdown .BeaeBted Wife'a Smile.. ,

};:$.i 1f-t: "'. rte .r-of\eTenlngand, the coming '''What'in "thunder do you mean by :

4; ? f' .t nh.of the bats:and the,cat;,wben a. that ,:and. what.. hare you got that grin.oli ,. :

"Lf t ;;.pale: -?acedandaeathetie, ; young man;of your face;for shouted" Mr. Bow MACHINE SHOPSPlumbing k

5'' lwentyflTe:turned to at;;the.gate, In'a aer .

tf.iJjJ -' k..' beaitatingway'and'sainted hlm.wltli: (a: Tsaw him from my window as he r

k' ;> food evening.*.Mir.,Bowaer..rejUedand entered,the,'gate. .1 wouldn't1'pour out and Metal WorkBUILDERS'HARDWARE R

4.> the,young>nMU|',timidly,.... ,mounted. ,'. the any, too'',much of my sympathies on /
,'. .tees'and -Jld"'-": ;, ,. him If I were you." ., .',;..-

; !(beg'jardonlfor #he;intrusion, but .. "By thunder,. woman, If I had your Pueblo Chieftain. fcSPAULDING'S -

I Wished ;Wmakesinqulrn: .of you. heart ;.1,*should expect to fall dead! PAINTS & OILS _;l
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'FI :.DO"loU"" know/any*one in .thhi. dryperfOMJrr.but ,, Won't yoncredit the 'fact that there is Standia Vf For HU Blgbta.

F.!)',;, 1 r.?.;.eel 8 'ermtornr' at least one honest truthful man In She-Come, now do you think a man '

i.r.. 3::'"hot, ; 'I'ni sure rTe this, world Is ever Justified in'deceiving a woman) Agricultural Implements'

W > een:the name'.hk'the papers._ :,thlnk "When I have had proof of It"4JThen He-Upon'two occasions yes. Whenhe .
IMve read"bf':as Schermerhorn who ls. you go to pot! It the president )
j; : : wants to marry her and when he
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alwealtby'.mari 'f of Ithe United States himself SANFORD FLORIDA -
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.' y wants to escape from marrying her.- ,
i : : I "Can you'remem r.hIs mltialsr should call here to ask where .Tones Boston Transcript

ir. .' "No:Are you after, some. one, .-namedBcbierdteriminr' lived you'd: suspect him of wanting to
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"wfhat.JI.tbel iam Mr. Bowser returned to his guest
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'' '.And how:comes it that you have to and.was somewhat surprised to notice thrifty farmer. He knows that the :
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'r: -( ask where. ,they live?"1 that the bottle of claret had been emptied bright sunshine last but a day and -- -
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F.,',\ !::."Your qoiery;;liVi natural.one"under' i and ;a .clean sweep made of .all he prepares for the showers which are so i
I; # : 'the circumstances," replied'the young i the food. It struck him that the young liable to follow. So it should be with r

.':- ,' .Snan: as .be..sighed and '-sat down.: man had eaten and drunk heavlly fora every household. Dysentery diarrhoeaand BASE BALL I
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})., if". "" dying man, but before he could give cholera morbus may attack some
{.; t 4 I the matter much thought the guest member of the home without warning.

.t; tI., \_ .ie'' J,'n" 1r" arose with thankful words on his lips Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr- and Sporting Goods are .1 f
:V >"' ,....,. I lJ" Then boea Remedy which is the best known
:t& : "" and the two proceeded upstairs.
medicine for these diseases, should always

f".' ,".to..,'' Q /ow the"This stranger Is said kindness: than I have be kept at hand as immediate treatmentis : Distributed to the trade in Florida I
\ ,.;, Q; more necessary and delay may prove fatal. exclusively by : I
1. met with In years and years and 1 for sale by all druggists and medicine .-
;. :n cannot tell you how It affects me. dealers. I

'1;.;_.. ",J., l2Y ',. Dare?" I ask .you to- do me another faror A Fantasy Floored. The H: & W. B. DREW CO. I II


r Asked Another Favor. Scribbs-I'm getting up a fetching '
1 ; < a ...,. article "How Men Their Um JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
"Y+.. replied Mr. Bowser who on Carry ,
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bought a request for money was comIng brellas." I ,

I ;;..., '.. b y Mrs. Scribhs-Huh! Men don't carry -

'..-,: .. .. ..t: :. '''Thenwould you go with me to the their umbrellas; they lose their umbrellas h i Prices on the goods F. 0. B. Jacksonville are the

? nearest place where we can ,consult a and borrow other people's-Chl.
p ill same as charged in New York saving considerable
.S,'n c .y city directory and find my father's cago Record-lIerald.A ,
'1 ;', ? [name. David Schermerbornr'"Certainly -- -- ill in freight. ;
.t d' Healing Gospel
r. ; my .boy" ,Send for catalogue and sell Spaulding's Line.
"And If we find the name may I ask The Rev. J. C. Warren, pastor of Sharon
Baptist church Belair, Ga., of
;. that you call on my father and break says tr rr r .
Electric Bitters: "It's' a Godsend to p'
t ,.t' ,.: the news to bun that I have returned .
mankind. It cured of lame -
1. me back ;
t3 and desire to ilk his forgiveness for stiff joints and complete physical col. ;:

my hot beadedaesa?" apee. I was so weak it took me half an

"Yea; I'll do that When I see a man hour to walk a mile. Two bottles of

F:K nucmax. Dr''l'O BZA D HIM OTT.. trying to do the right thing be can always Electric Bitters have mode me so strongI QUEEN OF SEA ROUTESI -
depend on me to do what 1 can have just walked three miles in 50 min.

# Tight yean ago 'while living with to aid,him. We will go right over to utes and feel like walking three more.
the family=in Boston, I bad a violent "' t's made a new man of me." Greatest
the
4 -quarrel with father. It;was about;a drug store remedy for weakness and all stomach

: girl that I wished to marry. The result .! They went In company to the store liver and kidney complaints. Sold under
Merchants & Miners Trans. Co's
of the quarrel was that walked of Mr. Bowser's' family druggist The guarantee; at Red Cross Pharmacy. Price j
Scbermerhorn
name of 'David was 50
ft' the and went abroad. cents.
: of house
found. His address was only half a
q Four yean 'ao I Incidentally beard mile away, and while Mr. Bowser was She Knew Him* STEAMSHIP DINES
that'mother dead and that father
was He-Have nothing to
figuring out what street car to take the you say to me
e liad moved to this city." dying young man, who had been over- now that I am leaving you forever --- BETWEEN --- .

Waited to.Flad Father. his father's In She-Au revoir.
come by seeing name
And; you want to find him and make print again, stepped out for a breathof SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA
: 1Ip the quarrel queried Mr. Bowser. fresh air. Ten'minutes passed and The Yellow Ferer Germ ,

-- "H'be .will-make It up with me. Iras he did not return. Mr. Bowser was has recently been discovered. It bears a
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to blame In the first place. 'I' have close resemblance to the malaria germ.
about .to step out and look for him. Direct Connections for
To free the system from disease germs,
been a wanderer and an outcast forjean.
I[ have DO' friends. The doctors when the druggist observed: the most effective remedy is Dr King's
i "It won't be any u&e. Bowser." few Life Pill. Guaranteed to cure all Washington New York and Boston.
tell that I have few
me only a
"What do
you meanr"He's diseases dne to malaria poison and con ,
," months to and I want to be
live 25c. Red Cross
ten blocks off by this time. stipation. at Pharmacy.
friends' with father before I go.That's ."'
man
/ right, young man; that's, "Of"Do you course mean How the young much was?your JUST Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations .
:
right exclaimed Mr. Bowser
heartily
watch worthrHia and cuisine unsurpassed
as he laid a hand on the other's leg. ONE
Watch Waa Go.e.Mr. .
"Yon .were young and headstrong and SEND FOR BOOKLET.
Bowser's ticker was gone! WORD that word U
E ,probably impudent, and no doubt your
"How much money did you have In
lather was justified in what"be did. your wallet Tn 118 H. C. AVERY, Com'l Agent, Jacksonville
So you want a reconciliation?
: ., "I long for it more than anything Mr.! Bowser's. wallet and $36 were it refers to Dr.Tutt's Liver Pills and, J. C, WHITNEY 2d V. P. &T.M., w. P. TURNER P. T. M, .,

.else.on etfrtb,", said tbe young man in gone GENERAL OFFICES, BALTIMORE, SO.
"You-loo"- shouted at the druggist
MEANS HEALTH
; broken tones. "Sir I have no business

r to pour out my troubles to you. I am Are you constipated?
"' "Yes, I knew what he was up to, Troubled with indigestion?
: Amazed< that I sit here. .It was the
but what was the use of saying any Sick headache?
sight of your:.honest sympathetic face 8BAAR.
Vlrtigo?
thing? Your wife would have spottedhim D
,}' that made me enter your gate. It Bilious?

I:; somehow, ,seemed. .'to me. that I could In a minute. Insomnia?
i>}- Mr. Bowser jumped for the door. ANY of these symptoms and many other
appeal to and would
you that you un
Then he outdoors. Then he Indicate inaction of the LIVER .
'l derstand. jumped AIRLINE ;RAII.,v.T A Y.
ran up this street and down that, looking You. Need
I "You did right young man perfectly -FOR-
right. If I can be of any assistance for a dying young man who wanted
to I shall be to be taken to his father's arms, Savannah Columbia Southern Pines
1 you glad. Are you ,
,
and tried in vain to head
F-.' sure your father lives here?" policemen T TutfsPi

!,i.r ..'1 had the news straight Dear old him off. Richmond Washington, Baltimore.
The old and the bats and
ft,'" dad! But the last eight years must night grew ,
;- have whitened his hair.. Heaven tor cats and other things retired to theirroosts Take No Substitute.cETDT Philadelphia, New York,
i and their Mrs. Bowser .
beds but
? give me for quarreling with him!"
f J.. waited in vain. No footfalls ceased at
r';. Had Not Looked la tae Directory. TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.
: the gate. No Mr. Bowser softly en.
"Have you looked in the directoryor
tered the front door and made sneak
a
his address? M. SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAILMODERN
upstairs. QUAD.Don't
"I have not I arrived less than an IERRY5 ,

hour: ago. and I have felt so perturbed Be Blue

and weak that I have made no effort.'When' and interest PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
lOBe all when help is within
one Is In' the shadow, you reach. Herbine will make that liver ,j

\ know"Y' perform iisdutiea properly. J. B. Vaughn, ONLY LINED
"Here. man, don't give way" said Elba, Ala. writes: "Being a constant
Make core yield of quantity and Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eau.
.)Ir. Bowser as he jumped up. "You sufferer from constipation and a disordered quality \Vbea your father pi&Dtd .
a r /don't mean to 'tell me-it isn't possible liver I have found Herbine to be the Ferry's,but they were bave the been brat Improv.on tbmarket "

y : -that you are faint for the lack of. beat medicine for these troubles on the log ever since.they We are expert la For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, or
: market. I have used it constantly. I be Slower and vegetable seeds.l .
'oodr' write to
see iced h..I,beautifully Bin-
'- "I-I hare, eaten nothing for two lieve it to be the beet medicine of its trued,free to ail applicant* A. 0. MACDONELL, S. C. BOYLSTON, Jr., 'J
kind and I wish all sufferers from these
D. M. FERRY CO.. Detroit. Mica.
fir: ''day., I ,came back penniless.:, I am troubles to know the good Herbine has A.ssL General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent. I II'

ww :.apj asking for,charity, however." done me." Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy. JACKSONVILLE, FLA
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r S_ o.: .the -experience', .'.*..&igh'"hill'Inv :' &t'.1.ILEII.! ; Dr. Prlce-PlJce-Oh. got a com PromotesDtgcstioiiClrerfulacssandQcstCootains :. 1t: .

wk:: e7:gave'..them,..'says. plaint -now that's giving.' me, a great ndttwOpam ,,-, '
.,. YoekIeS:" i. .j .. .a : .., deal of trouble. )lorpmiie mr)1'meraL .
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'j"" ; >!- ..i'it at all' >power giving ituff THE: ; :C. '* : \ phia Press. "'' .,tUJrS4llllDJf1f/l ...

"..,.,.;,; the end;of"the tank which waa'Iind catfish Is purring away. to : e -
TThe moonflah beginning
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i ':'.: ,tilt. the lgott.r at the high.end. TlM .. slowly" ; How She Got Ot of It. *.

:"Pzi. ," i,without anything to lgaite.' .Someies'goti And the dogfish commencing to"bay, "Didn't .1 hear that young Spooner .- s.tJ iiiaarol :

,,,!'i':,?: "< halfway'up. : and:;othersMgoerters' .Tn 'starfishes; twinkle' far. 'down',In the kISsing you on the porch last.;night : .

"-.t-o."- ;} of the' distance:. There deep > asked her mother. w.
.} i : ..The sea horn has gone to his.ataU.
t.f''''' }{1 .,, 1'; the ''chugs ,becomingitndWeaker. So sleepyou'my baby;'oh.'. slumber and "Certainly not," she replied. mtftawi1Aperfect : it

.....,::...,f>>;.: ....y.' .T : ... .. .;: .Then" there was sleep' -' '_ "Are you sure?". $ U'
., tmTihig:Momd and a:return.tti the"by For;drowsiness' .coven.. ,. -us alL., "Positive." Then, as she saw that Remedy for Constipa- '

,l .the plain:old gravity meth.Tblstondton Oh.. down In the sea all' the ahadowa.now the ordeal was over she added to'her tion.Sour Stom&ch.Diarrtvea f

::;". ';( ,continued' froma: -'creepi / \ self with a sigh of relief "It was on WanrBjCormikwns.Feverish-

:" ;: -1 tIt ;*ft& sunup until mldafternoon.waa :And the shadowy shad 'will1' supply. us" the lips/*-Chicago Post. ness ariiLoss OF.Slims For 0uer

:t -serious.' The',other roads that 'with more' ,- ,
And the ..dnunflsh' is muffled In dream .
<..z&.been taken at the east- drummings deep. HAnd Wladon."You lacSunle Signature of

tAierd iveie( tot!?'fa( either' .north 'orith the oyster reclines-oi>\' hIS oyster say you have confidence in- the Thirt YearsMU '

t to attempt to travel them.then.serairl moor; wisdom of that statesman Y'Ym1L1 J

'. the sea out over bars
::hIUandyevery. .,. few feet op to the The whale has mooing been whaling its child: "It's my opinion that he holds dangerous '
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: e point attainable.-"- What to do For asking the' garfish to smoke "some. views,. but refrains from expressing '

i knew:. Suggestions were a' drug.Wembody ., cigars i them.",
'i was angry.. At last a ma- And waxing the seal till 'twas wild. ;? "It is in'not expressing'them that he
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The porpoise la poising Itself for a drift
}41e was commissioned to return .tows shows his wisdom."-Washington Star.
: The skate,is up north on the ice. EXACT COPVOTVBAPPBB. i
(i}ewe'nearest' village .and.boy. up everyfipiat Sovfleep you my baby,. while wavelets .
.t of gasoline in the iIee.< This was ; 'will lift 'i" A Lottery. tMC eiNTMR COMPANY ear Toss CITT.
Tour cradle, .in swayings so,. nice. ,Dr. Phaker-Take this prescription;
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4# ;?productive! of enough fuel to.send one l "

,:; %f <5|the'most powerful.cars to the.top. t Oly down In the sea all the haddock. have. it will either kill or cure you.
Patient-But SUppose'lt kills me?
': -t."WODdered'when.lOU'+ gut here. I ,had i'; /
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mornln' WIth the herring a hair raising romp on Doctor Phaker Nothing. ventured,
since
wk ...Celled you ever ;
i the floor. f nothing gained. My motto Is, "No cure.
') wled'a native from a place'on the And they.sleep in the shade of the shadowy -
't no pay" so I'm taking a chance as. well
} : Ice,near the, summltjf shad, T- Florida East Coast Railway.
wr) T iiTbe tourists'looked and became sevM t While the,pystersreclines! on his oyster-. as rou.-New. Orleans Times-Democrat

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;.., [ degrees hotter when the man add- moor ,
,;, .. Wilbur D. Nesblt in Judge; Summer Diarrhoea In Children k

lt! :k"I t k! "N: been laffln;here all day.to see yonfellers r-.. At Ute Zoo. k'i During! the hot weather of the summer Local Time Card No. 66 In Effect April 16, 1906. f.SOUTH.ROUNDREAD
months the first unnatural looseness of's
kC try ter git up my bIlL Ifiggered
child's bowels should have immediate DOWN NORTH-BOUND..READ UP.
,v jou .cOuldn't. ; do 1 It leastways not attention so as to check the disease be- -

..t.j {< many ;of :you.. Why, neighbors,. thet fore it becomes serious. All that is necessary 110.88 .
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::14,:.: ,hill bas stood here fer a thousan' years is..a few doses of Chamberlain's No.Dill 89) No.Daily 29 STATIOXS. No.Dally Dally536am

.$.9t 'and more.. I've lived right here in this Colic Cholera and Diarrhota Remedy '
and .II, followed dose of oil cleanse a OOpm 9 2O&m Lv ._.Jaebont'1lle... _.........Ar 7 2Spm 865&m
/J;; bouse all my life. (I've seeanwre by a castor 6 08pm 928l1m ... _."on.80uthJacbonvUleLv 71jpm' ; 474m f
'i.:J people lose;their tempos over that hill the system. Rev. M. 0. Stockland, pas 7 topm 10 loam .. .8t. Angu t1ne__.??..._..." lSpm 45am t.. I a753pm
: :. i tor of the first M. E. church, Little Falls, : 1118&m ....._........;.........Hastlnlt9.....___" 534pm 649ameO
::L. .. ttanj. udeY r,.fountJMy: father ten Minn. writes: "We have used Chamber- pm 1135am ..... .........._.East Palatka_.?__ .._" 2Qpm 63oam
;! "sid/.:' the. same thing ,all, his, llfe..,and his lain's 8 3:1pm 1200 m Ar...__.._..._ Palatka?___.Lv 4 b5pm G Ci6am743pm i
:' father afore him 'and" 'I don't'' know Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea 1liOam Lv.?__.._._....__ Palatka...__??_.....__.Ar 545pm 6 fl5amI
, "". Remedy for several years and find it a \ 2lpm ...__._ Ar._._ _San Mateo ._...._.Lv .._ 6 15am515am
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. ) J''t! bow many o' my folks before that very valuable remedy especially for ...__.._.. Lv....._.?.._..m._San Mateo _._._____Ar 9 25pm ...-"...-. I

:111 Z::;: We Schlfferdeckers have seen many summer disorders in children." Sold by Otipm 123pm: Lv...__.....___...,,_..Ilunuells__ Lv 4 sopm .4
4 t': 1r '" ,rood horse'go winded try in' to git up. I all druggists and medicine dealers. 14pm 12 40p.m _____._Dupont__..?___. .23pm 530am500am .i
{' 948pm 113pm __?._....__ Ormond" 8 56pm "I
:: ; Of:course;we didn't like to see that, 10 Cr.'pm 21pm ..._.?:?? narton& __?..__.?._" 45pm 448am
4f!{ .. 'but"we 'don't:care much about these f ,y. Beware of "Motor Spinel" 10 13pm I 3fipm ,.........._."........? Port Orange?.___?._ .. 3 3. pm 4 SIam
it 10 35pm 200pm Ar_. _. .. New 8myrna. 3 15pm 4 bar 4
X "When choose driver make ?
"rl;: antomobI1esbecui Jt'd you your
:, n't ,hurt i'ein. 11 10am 441pm Art..____-Lake Helen_.._.._._._3 Lv 00pm 615pm '
; think it's fun to ; sure hejsn't afflicted with 'chauteur'sspine .. .. .._. ._ .
;Wekinder.. .. seeyoufellers 1128am 4 55pm j- -.-._ Orange City? ? ? 4... 12 Wpm 550pm550pm
.. ? rip, and.tear-and sweat' 'andswear ,' says a woman automobilist recently 11 40am 5 Odpm t.-. __ Orange City Junction ......._.._.jLvJ 12 4.;>pm
i1f. .. .___...._. 4 05am
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'f.t ,( returned to New York from 10 46pm 10pm Lv ? Sew aortae Ar 3 o."pm
'cua" yon.m't'ret'lp.-' :: 11 10pm 2 4Upm .. ....._.__........__Oak 11111.._.._..?......?_.?.Lv 2 40pm 3 3IIam '
; ;, ? aia $Beruwelaer; Crusrer, ,who'hadnavtated London, where that disease of mixed 11 61pm 16pm Ar..1.-T....... ....Timsvile_...._.._....... ._._ 2 .jpm 300am
; 1 1, ilgeup'the.hill saidaomething 1 name is prevalent says the New York 11 loam 5 fiOpm :___..._....._Fanfoni_......_......._._ ..11.v It bsam 6 ROpm .
the: pii ,: t Press. The fact is with 630pm 11 Sam ........._..._?.._" 8nnCnrd.......?.............._ tAr Ii r.opm It loam
a man motordriver's
+'. .t intended :.to impress the: '. 11 51pm 16pm Lw.........?_..TItuavllle _......?.._". ?_.Ar 2 u.m 300am
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>i" .fanner 'with .the seriousness of the spine is worse than one with 12 31am 3 61pm ____._COroa..._......_......._...J.v 2lpm ram:
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..,'! .. *. average speed madness. His nervous 12 Slam 5lpm .. ....._.......?.._?...Itocke! i situation. c. -JI" 1 OlamI 22pm ...__......__F.RlIlillllie. _............__. f. 12 47pm 47am .
; 'Why, what's :the trouble?" ..saidAt -r< A trouble sometimes prevents proper attention 113tm 4 30pm .. _.....?..?.... _...Melbourne?_....?..........._? 12 S7pm 1 Siam
". .. ,4rUry -----.' to brakes. One driver who 56am 5 10]>m ___._ ebllstlan._.___" 11 52am 12 Siam
Squire Bchifferdercker;.,' .iTou, .seem'to :>" 2 41am 6 OOpm .. ....._......_?........St. Lncie...._?...?_.._.. ... 10 Sham 12 OOa't
excited. "* "' t .Mrs.- Farmley}(pointing to the giraffe recently wrecked a car says "motor 05am 6 15pm _?._........_..Fort fierce__..........._.... 10 Seam 11 ftpm
be gettin' at the 'zoological gardens)-Oh, just spine" somehow made him so dizzy 8 30am 37pm _... ._._..__Tlblt811s..=__.?.........._" 10 1'ainlo 1119pm
;?: "You'd be excited if you had been 3 85am840am; 6 41pm 'f ___...____......?Eden __.._._._.._ 1::am 11 15pm: .
all day to get this hill," > look! What animal Is that? he couldn't see. In speed madness 641i1.m _.__..._...._....Jenen ..._._................?. lOOham1000am 11 Wpm
:t t trying up suggested Mr. .Farmley-What? That is an os there is some chance to slow down 8 Clam 6 57pm __.____ Stuart._.__...._. t' 10 K'pra I
.: ,i; Mr.'Cruger. 420am440am 7 2.1pm _.___... Hobe Sound _............_.... ff 9 Slain 10 "IJlm
who bad trich. but with a "motor spine" it's all get 40pm ....____.._West Jupiter__....__._.." isam 10 rpm
Y Mr. Schlfferdecker an Mrs. Farmley-An ostrich! Then and goodby. Still the "motor 515am 15pm .f .....__..__We t Palm beach w?.__...._.. 45am 30pm
4$: .adornment about his :that and chin up 6 4"am653am: 841pm860pm ....__._.?,,,..?Boynton ??.__._........ 820am810am 9 01 pm i
-# *- 'wore dugbls where are its feathers? spine" may prove a fine excuse (or an ?._?_._._.._ Delray ............_........._. U Wpm '. .
as'Iohn'
:4* such A. Dlx once ; Mr. Farmley (contemptuously excuse from fine to the fellow who 6 48am 9 40j.m .?_..........?...fort Lauderdale.....__.._ .. 7 2iam; 7 59pm
a
bands into it in surprise. He was ) 657am 9 47pm ...___...?._.._._ Da D la......?...?..?...?...._" 7 U Don't betray your ignorance, .Maria. has run down a wayfarer who is disagreeable 7 00am 9&8pm ?____Hallandale_....___._.... .. 7 Ol'am 39pm
% asked If he. could suggest a solution. Don't you know that :ostrlcbes moltat to 73. am 02ipm( .. ._._.?...._...Lemon City............_......." 0 4.am 7Hpm
"Well,. I might help you out," 'said enough objectFor 760am800am 10 30Jim Ar___._.__.311aml ......_.._....._L v 6 30am 7 05pm300pm
this time of the year? .. ___ Lv: ......................._Miam' _.. .__ _. :M ....._..._.
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i 5za'w.Mr.. Schlfferdecker, slowly. .' Over Sixty Tears. 1030am ...._._, Arf..._??._......_llomeitead............._....,.:LV ................_ 12 30pm *.
ti. .MHow'TII., a quick. It'Jl soon' be An Easy On*. "' Mrs. Winslows' Soothing Syrup has

; night and tie.want; to:get away,from Mrs. Graves-He is so cold! ,It is been used for over sixty years by millionsof Bnffet Parlor Cars on trains 20 and 78. Buffet Sleeping Cars on trains 99 and S8.I 1
# T Daily tumiay.
except
L this eountry'before then." dreadful! I sit all the evening playIng mothers for their children while teething

'! ti ."Well, I might put my mules tow upon the piano and..he sits in his ;, with perfect success. It soothes the No.23 ''No.19' t 'No.16'I'--I I N0.2i
Sat. No.21 No.17 No.16 No.18 No.20 No.22 Sat
: rk.? replied Mr.Bchifferdecker. chair and never utters a word the entire child softens the gums, allays' all pain, and Daily MAYPORI BRANCH. Dally and

tAre, they.aay. good?"he was asked. evening. --. J- cures wind colic, and is the best remedy $vn. Dilly Ei.SUR.. Dally Dally Ei.Sun... Dally Dally I Dally Daly
: for diarrhoea. It will relieve the pOOr Only .... :._ _
-1 ?Caa tbey if ul,. us :to .the. top from Mrs. Wyse Sits and.hears you play ----
"3" ..wherei'we? gef stuckr all the lit tie sufferer immediately. Sold by dru 950p9V 64ip Slop. 200plOOOaLv' ......?...Jacksonville...__.Ar' OfJaj 8 lOa 1 ()('pl GOO. 920p
eveningVbJ', you silly vista in every part of the world. Twenty. p 65l'p72p 51>>p :2Osp 10OSal ,,.__"5onth Jacksonville_.. _Lv 65iii 832al25jp, 5::!). 912p
Mr., Schlterdecker'thought': they woman,.it is evident be loves you to five cents a bottle. Be sure and ak for 10:! p 550|. 2401.10raj": _..._..BsbloBench _._ GIMaj (*ia 1220p132'p h40p
could. before be : 7:!'p 555p 24.-.pl04lai": ;! ..._.*tl ntle Beach.._" 6 lla; 75'.a 12151.: 835p105up1
4 :, 'They. ,had J done it ,distraction.-Boston Transcript',, "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup and 7 ftp Gil'.,! _00. 11 CXIa Ar....._._.._Mayport...__......Lv'' 6 Qua, 740a 12U>n 50opI 820p
.. said.;' 'He was"acted .to try it immedUtely. .. take no other kind.Chamberlain's.

,'p .. Mr. Schlfferdecker ,ambled Esell.ace of Compliment PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAS1S3IP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. '

off.to.the barn' and} brought out three Man on Bridge-Time can't be very

m .lusty mules hitched, to, "a crosstree valuable with you my friend. I've Close Connection Ma<]e at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company for-

';* with' two'hugE hooks In'. It. He also been watching you for two hours,. and

Y had>a cope. 'The contrivance had beyond you haven't had a bite. :-' ; Havana and Key WestTwo

-,* ,a"'doubt-been fixed up for justsuch Man on Bank-My timeVwuthnoomuch
Colic: : Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy Each Week.
hours Sailings
rP an emergency."Ton .- by gum to waste two; of

4 are" sure .'you want me to do It watchin' a man fish that'ain't ketch-' Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers.

this, work?" he' inquired. In' nothin'-New York Weekly. Almost every family has need

? He';;wail assured that there was no "of a reliable remedy for colic ordiarrhea These Time Tables fhowtbe time at which trains may be exported arrive at and'deparfrom
'. the several stations, but their arrival or departure at the times stated Is not guaranteed
i y .doubt QtJ$'and.then be delajad;Just Stlrktnc'to Etlqvette. at some time during the not Is this Company to be held responsible for any delay or any consequences arising t nrjm.
enough nofsl fo exact $7 for: every "At last we shall have-a chance"said "
year. For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
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'Was There Mrs. Xewcomb, "to get acquainted
f maehJDe he. .to. haul, up. > This remedy is recommended

'.were"remarka'that It.was, robbery and with. the Snipleighs. by dealers who have sold it for "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
"How?' asked her husband. "Has
} .a'holdup and'a piratical performance,
and know its value.It J. D. RAHNER Asst. GenM. Pass. Agt. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
abut no'one wanted to get the old man she finally seen fit to call on you? many years ;;

t :In contrar7nood, eo'thesd"remarks "Xo but they're going to build a new has received thousands of > ( Tt ?
a : I
testimonials from Do You Want to Know All About the
:were, made when be was not near. and bigger house across the street from grateful people.It .

The Schitferdecker mules toiled up the one they occupy now, and when has been prescribed by physicians t }

.SeJUffcrdecker hill' 'ata toil until t :with the most satisfactory EAST COAST OF FLORIDA? 41

the teak was done, Now Mr. SchUfert1eeter'd results. .

: .esn't cUe much whether the'ei CASTOR I IAFor It has often saved fife before Especially regarding Fruit Growing Trucking and I it

potato. p Js'good.. bad or indifferent. Infanta and ChUdreLm'kIa&You medicine could have been sent for General Farming? If so, subscribe for the...........
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'v.jjjLac. *j>:fc***"*" or a physician summoned.It .

'4 'salt The.rheum intense and itching eczema, characteristic Is instant' al of- Han AII.JS Bought only costs a quarter. Can FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER. J! '

Chamberlain's Salve. you afford to risk so much for so
;Isved'by applying Bears the PRICE 25 CENTS PER ANNUM.
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s is little? BUY IT NOW.
this salve
.Aa a'corefor-skin diseases ISSUED ONCE A MONTH. SAMPLE COPY FREE. i
2 ; nnequaled. ;For'sale .by.all droggist and i"Sigaatnl'e of
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.MJis_ll1. &s t ''inIIImce The,boat.win have. 'an engine. and thpropenin ::; ; <:'.: F: -".

Malt Sltrialr' tier ...ttI. bier Ion: 'will be'done by'chains nuninj .
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;. : -?v became.t.ft-t'.DtM-fb ai:1 xheetIt:.: Ii 'an original inventioi >,.(. ,,'. P"I.a'nO' i y

-. .l'h1. ed. Mr!>Wh.t*;vie' in her"mo*!plat and .Y intended 'for 'service up the ;. "" ;
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..:'iJII"; lit all were, glad to. see her there..R.Mawk ?' south- fork of' the 'Miami River 'anthiough .'., ... '. ,,
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,rGaeaAnnie_,:_:, ; ':<'. ., ; i liI'-IODlri ame' ..uPhi1 'the Everglades to .an; Islan
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;,.... iad.ietorced.orlCcodij Miami Record. -
u and;?grove- 0 '
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.,:. '.:S"'jI' ; ,. 'f "' "':'-,_.'.._,. _..w\, ..,.._ '"..". 11u friends 1 > here* -;.:. 'd.i.i W"1:enjoyed* .thesttiin Daytona's New Bailroad
"1i';;""' ,-" f. ,. "" .if.}) 'fad : 'on the is because who has y
.." -- "= ;....' -.G: n.t."t. engtaei electric ;wonders .u 'Work is being prosecuted easy. It everyone
-'_:- (?. ?<" :o.. -"-v., V** Guy:: '."'abbp 'ilao:;hia wilt DeLand & SI .
Mnn ; the ,
Daytona
,,' __J ';'.. ", 1t'n.; ;. lehonlfoodilK : .. .romps ,line of knows that in it
"-< ;:::;:; :;-- ; ".I. tbe palvei-and: chickens. We 'hope hi Johns River Railroad between the SI. played the Ludwig "
: I .. BtnuiriRbimY; Ali, jtiD. Dib'. ,
..for. t .. :::" '
S., .2..':iJiiJ.'L? =:> twittirelatives" : ;;,' '::'-: } ,' It' "' t i rr : : of the
this
"' s : ; portion
'- 3 ;'Ti'f : : :: performed on
; F \ 't-ld'; ,and )Ida:'i 8. Baiker returned
t .
L -<= xAvemnt.Will _
-'- z 0 road first In,, the interest of cheap; it meets every demand of the expert required -
jlFi! -:111 vWt't ID BsyaM'wItb
.. ay' from a. Mathers is reoorering.from bin
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;jf. -- :. u. | .,. .... ; transportation so.; that supplies, machInery -
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5'r daofhter Mrs. A: lklfiint
&: ir .. : of
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t. J'i: broken- ehoulder.J.W. ; ; etc may be transported by;; for the truest interpretation
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1(1.. and''Mra.' 'L.i :Buker'and the '
; .. RossiUer: hi returned from
terminus of the road on
water to the
it: Children; fee spending; ;a fewyeeke with ". to Neer=york. music---that it possesses that' indescribable
trip As this Portion
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> Johns River.
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:':-$-:;.-.,{">:J'2' & "ker- .. ptretl"W< ." .1t'' ','". MnfH.J.r-!:' tt. "'","It i .;R.:'H.. Miller, of Grant,' was in.towndoing Is completed all freight can be transported delicate charm which is difficult -

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boafneas ,this week. fast the track
lines as
hia boost on Its as
ie having
',:i.. 1 Mr 8.?& Owens. ;:
-. '"' painted;t wd acv|bat.i I ndeoi "wi|. 'Our,school, will open about the,. 10th Is placed In working order and a great to analyze, but which is designatedby

rJ"1tj :clenae :k, Mri Owena ,And.the. ... children' prox' aithfafullmrpeof; teachers.The saving' of expense accomplished, as: musicians who that
appreciate
$", 'when they return?;". > : lighter Jumbo,CaptBogero.owner, well, as convenience gained in tin+ some ,


? .4.;' fatted. L. .Turton,ata ..Mr. '.... and Mrs.. Henry- .Hodgson.were in Journal.

)t' .ofiBrooklyn, in:a:/pineapple\"plantation Cocoa this week. making. ,painful call on of the Seminole emotion, as the "soul" of the Ludwig.
Interest ,
Keen
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in Oak Hill, the dentist
11 Pompano,'' Mopped.over .
$ TuMday and Wednwdav with Mr.;W. The the Trust an Indian for patronizing that'
tf. 'r \ repairs_on county bridge over
Btewe,.hhri going WPompano.Mr. Eta Gallie river ,are completed and some which is new and exhibiting a keen. Sold by *

'fi3,0.: >, .- .P. & Dewey;agent for the Model good work done. Interest for the curious. This' mornIng

{ .':JADd o ia Delray,.Pompano-and other, : quite a bunch of them, Including -
.f ? ,Mr. and Mrs. L W. Booth have returned Indian River
"iC-' that'vicinity wu in Oak Hilt a number of boys and women, came .
o :places to from a visit to friends in Georgia look
:number of in from the 'Glades, and for the first
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-'S:' -1TueMay afternoon. Quite a; till much better for their trip.
.. time in their lives gazed upon a street
pine*
J ; Oak Hill people are investing-in The Snpplee Hardware Go., of Philadelphia Music HouseTITUSVILLE
i' i'" apple land and: also improved:>> property- was represented in Eau Gallie this car. At first It was a curiosity tc '
them: and they watched it with
iY". near_Pompano.. week by our old friend W. H. G. Scott.T. .

.a We!are very sorry to report the death ;. Wr Adams, of St. Augustine Inland amazement, the lack of a locomotive FLORIDAFAMES
Mr. E. Wiehsrt- Ebren,FIa., apparently being the unfathomable
of B;;, Customs, was looking over and entering ,
> but, trust the Indian for 1mItatlng. -
feature
?A.1 who married Mrs M: A. 'Norwood in ;
t some craft in Ean Oallie'e fleet this
Ocala last: April. Mr. Wbhart was in a week. The white man'was riding

,.. ,dentists office with, his two daughters, and he would ride, too. Then the

.Zt and was .fatally shot by a man named The .run boat Crescent, owned by the whole tribe piled on the car and took
... ; Florida Fish & Produce Co. at this f
< point,
is- Barton, who mistook him for the dentist, a ride'to the depot, not once f>ut severa _

against whom:,he' had a pudge. It ia a is on Hodgson's ways -being overhauledand times in succession and they are
: t a, PEITCHABD,President.
-g\ very sad affair and Mrs. Wishart has the painted. still riding at frequent intervals and WINSTON S.

;: sympathy of her former friende in Oak Theicoloredschool is now open under enjoying themselves as one of the iNsTAT wxiim.j j

"."f.,. fill). the charge of J. W. Roper who is doing boys said: "Fine; heap good; fine."- INDIAN>
?. ? service the colored children
good to
'' 'i.:!'.. COCOA. I > many Miami Metropolis.
't"
BOW sin Eau Gallie.
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k, 'Jonee1. i rock walk I COUNTY DEPOSI'rORY.
8, having a. new '
A woman worrieauntil she gets wrinkles, 11
;: made around hia store. LOTV8. luthorized Capital $100,000.00Paid
K then worries liecanseehH has them. Italic ----- ---

I Everyone .is getting ready for a busy. Postmaster Walker was in Cocoa last takes Holtister'e ky Mountain Tea she Lverego op Capita25,000.00 Deposits__________-__1200,000.00
} would have neither. Bright, smiling face
Winter" which will soon be here.. Saturday. follows its use. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. TRANSACTS A

l Lumber'is; on the ground for a new liaR Elma Geiger. returned from Rock- Ask your druggist. General Banking Business -

: : .fence around the Grimes property.. 'ledge Saturday. I 51

I' h Mrs: Geo. Hall and ,daughter Julia, of Mr. S. A.,Osteen was a business visitorn Largest and Oldest ....

Y :: Sebastian;. are: visiting Miss Lilla. San Cocoa Thursday.Mrs. CASTOR Bank on the Hirer. .
and Sold All
Exchange Bought on
1 Baldwin and Nina spent Wednes- For Infanta and Children Foreign Countries. w
ders.Col. ,
R S. F,, Travis made a trip to Eden lay,with Mrs. Geiger.Mr. service .
Tug Kind You Have Always Bought 'atronage appreciated. Prompt
s last week to look after his business house Ramsey and two sons, Dallas and i olitetreatmentandeveryfavorconsistent 1 '; ,

R :- '' ...there. Henry, spent Saturday in Cocoa Bears the ttkdB. i with conservative CORRESPONDENTS-banking granted.

: A number: of out of town people from Mr. John Geiger'" spent Monday and Wgaatnu Empire Trust Company, N. Y., Florida

t all directions made Cocoa lively on Sat ruesday of this week in Georgiana. rational Bank of Jacksonville, Jackson.

: urday. Mlle, .'
; Nellie and John Geiger spent Saturday Fla.TITUSVILLE
;; .. Mr. Jeeee Tucker> and family have inRockledge visiting Alice and Albert i .. L. MOTLO FLORIDA.J.R. -

moved to.Eau-GaUie where he is engaged Chalker. -

in the fishing business.Mrs. I -
;rv Mrs. David Ramsey and Miss Singleton .WALKER. H. EL MACE.
I R. B. Holmes and Miss Kate Eyei spent Saturday in Eau Gallie and

leave on Saturday for a trip to New York Brantley.Mr. JOHN R. WALKER & CO.,
months.
to be eevecal
gone % J. N. Chalker a former resident of
Mr. T. Sam Sanders, of Indianola, was i
this place but now ofRockledge, is here '
in town Monday. Mrs. Sanders is visit this week looking after his beautiful 1 Titusville, Fla.,

' r ing her parents in Georgia. grove..

Y We hear there is to be another saloon .SA7
A has been
debating society organizedin -
+ located in the Travis DRY GOODS
will be
in town. It the school and all the pupils are inter-

building at the railroad crossing. ested in it The subject for next Friday IN ,

a.., Carpenters are busy, .on Mrs. A.. 0. isKeeolved, That coal is of more value

i Paine's property, adding several rooms than lumber. Affirmative-Dallas Ram- .CLOTHING

: t and finishing the main part of the house. sey and M. Booth. Negative-John F.
t. ,
Miaa L. Nichols and Miss Edith Burns, Geiger and Henry Ramsey. r,fk.

r of Canaveral, were in town Saturday Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers,

y visiting our.express agent, Miss Grace Weekly Weather Report. Ales, Stout Etc. GENTS FURNISHINGS!

R Nichols. o.. s.oKPAam UTT or OBICOLTVUWRATH- ITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA .

0. K. Key has purchased the lot southof XBBUKIAU. .Send me your orders
the Travis stable and is having the JUPITER, FLA., Ang 21. 1906. SHOES I'-
Comparative statement'
temperatures ,
foundation laidJbr a building to accomo* and rainfall for the week ending: Tuesday' rr J .

date his livery, business. 1106 1903DATI.
KAY KIK. MAX. MIS.'
Lawrence Abney, City Point's young Aug. 15. 87 74 90 71
merchant, is away on a vacation of severe 16. 87 75 89 74 MILLINERY -
M 17. 86 78 88 75
He will visit St. and r ,
al weeks. Augustine 18. 87 75 86 71 ,
Leesburg. Mr. Geo. Cheater attending M 19. 87 78 90 76
20. 88 77 90 76
to the business. a 21. 86 74 90 75
F ., -. Total rainfall for the week. 0.31 inches. FURNITURE.s
GEORGIAN rainfall for the week minus 0.92
; Departure .
''0 4{ Mr. Roy Saulisbury spent Sunday in Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, plus

Oeorgiana. 13.24 inches. .
I H. P.HABDIN
! Dr. Chambers is visiting his son Archie, Official in Charge. We want your patronage. .

l i in Jacksonville, he is expected home this .
week. Va1MlT"l Expen ( /1 Our aim is to please yOU.NewUp.to.DateGoodatne. '

IMrs.Arthur Sims, of Eaa Gallie, spent Acute 'Luacks of colic and diarrhoea s
come on without warning and prompt FIRE INSURANCEABSTRACTS !
i Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. A. B. relief mast be obtained. There is no

t 4 Carter. necessity of incurring the expense of a Line.

,, Mrs: Dr. Wittfeld had one or' two physician's service in such cases ifChamberlain' Mail orders receive
prompt and
Colic, Cholera and Diarr
quite IOClcl'day Ust week bat was not
as
hoes Remedy is at hand. A dose of this .
well,., .Tuesday.Quite, remedy will relieve the patient before a REAL ESTATEAccident careful attention.

"a number of people came over doctor could arrive. It baa never been Policies Issued

from -,Artesia and took the sooth bound known to fail, even in the most severe :
: and dangerous cases and no family should MORGAN & WALTON
: '' i t.:.., : boat last Saturday, but:,we did not. get be without it For sale by all druggists JOHN R. WALKER &: CO. Titus lle HLFoeavw l : ,

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} Titusville Fla. ,
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