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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 31, 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
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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: UF00075901:00380
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Zr.'t' "{ '' ::. .:' ". your brdqrib every pairgvarsnteed. .1 > Railway expect ,to complete their work White mercerized madras in beautiful this morning on account of the illness of
..' ,'t;'W y'came: up from 1Itbhaeek all out of designs, worth 40 cents a yard special on
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i' "' ( & Eius f- : > iNEYBRAINING,,' :)dies Mabel Schuyler, of Jensen, was apassenger Indian Head Linen 36 inches wide,' Mr. L. M. Murray, the hustling representative
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if.f W1i ldatherl'U: aJ' --UP1o-D i&e Clothiers and Furnishers, on the north bound train Tuesday worth 25 cents a yard, special for Monday of Marx Bro., of Jacksonville,

'0 1>,, 1:1:k .. v ltts' "hOfUie" '. ,week, .. :' '" .id,' r- *" '4. ..,' -t"- ,,*' .TltPeviiie. .. ,,_ FJa.9. on her way to DeLand to visit her Brown 16 cents linen,,32 inches wide, worth 35 was in town Monday. '

,: r Mrs>'W-'Di oOocoa.lpel1\ d friend; Miss Ruth Woodward cents, i>i>ecial for Monday at 25 cents. Messrs. E.. L Brady & Bro. have hid y .
.f -tf M4 "stl11+d1" tai list week' in town. onM. : 11'roniair sat X&Y'Dad'i" Another lot worth 50 cents at
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> Amoekeag and Toil] du Noid ginghams .. .:
;j1 ,. it. Wilson and"W" .C.:I It bat for the pest or ..'
Orange year '
s- 'RJ' Z :;ilrhirs:1 Frank : f'equity; al weeks'visit with his mother in Georgta in new and up-to-date patterns, just the Mrs. M. Simonson has been quite ill 1-

-- $ : iii Dt of Banana' ""yiver; were, in'town'1f"' .,-- twos: resident of Ft.'Pierce,.died"Sunday' who\ has been quite ilL thing for children's' school' dresses, at with fever for a few days, bat fit this 1 _
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it';"' ; .kf" Mr. Baulenon wee the,father of C H. Ladies' umbrella ,
.ff. :f' ....;;to Mr.'and Mrs.:Ralph* Blanch Raulerson l and Miss Ranlersbn wJlo'recently arrived at Daytona to look tucks worth 50 cents for 29 cents. }(r. and Mrs. Harry Wilson spent"y
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_$ y,jionday'xagaet, 27thfi a after his new winter home, is expecting Ladies"corset covers with three rows from .Saturday afternoon until
weI1. of Miami and KB. Raulereon,of Fort of and worth 50 at
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,, ;$"M eblld are both doing ;.\ l .. Mrs .Holman and ion in about a week ticks, cents afternoon at Daytona and on the
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<' *.Geo i : John, ;clerk ,ii=_tbeBed"Q F'ierca He was. 68 years of age,'and was'a ban or so."Tbe'. Just received a new lot of embroideries, Miss Katie Stewart, the

r\.} iI .1. rrp110 7. '.who'.""i been. Ili..for of sterling 'worth..'He 'was buried atGeneva kind your grandfather used" which we will put on sale Monday at one- the county clerk's office, left
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;;, r1?4:;i."iI" *k.'ipsaii' .faw;; dayl: left, ., Wednesday. ;for his old home in,Orange county,, and he was of rare judgment.. Profit by half Ladies'the regular embroideried price. wash belts, in for a month's vacation, which weeks'A

.11.;!AT. F 1' "" i,,home',in"Georgia.V7 .:- k,Mr, Raulereon.left ,a large family I: his experience.and use Old I. W. Harper -!. handsome patterns price 50 cents, special spend at Indian Springs, \

rIM < l> '.: ;B.;'. :;' Oauthen, general ronerin9t betides those mentioned,. 'but they mostly .,, whiskey. Sold ,by.R. L. Motlow and. Monday for 29 cents. other places in Georgia.'
Fish Also another lot l of ladies' black and
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in Orange county. F. Mr and Mrs. H. W. Bessey, of
: white silk belts worth 75 cents, for 69
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1JiJ.J.'r: ;"1'--t ':"branchweently.. pwmoted'toKew services' at the Methodist church illness of Mrs. Albine Brady. '''Dr. Utley Ladiesl all white linen monev.skirts, worth with relatives in Nashville.Rev. ';

( $;,u, ...."L.'i....:' .._._..;.-. Smyrna" ,:' has' just- been. Titnsville, next Sunday, Sept. 2nd., at returned home yesterday. afternoon.. $3.00, for 199.. W. F. Allen returned from Georgia
, .":;;sf 4(, ; : ""grtw: ed i.'D.PIe..-.-;... $. 1100 a.'m. and at' Cocoa in the evening rMr. C. 0. Blythe' and wife and two Another lot worth $2 00 for $1.19. last Friday night and is giving conaid

.at ':45,o'clock.. 'All are.welcome.to theservices. children, of Orlando, .passed through If dress you suit are thinking of buying a trunkor erable of hia attention to the business of c
LaGrangelitely ; case, we can give you prices,I
: ; ,, I : ..' !here .Tuesday.on their way home from a that will astonish yon. the Southern Fish company, at this
5tt" \. :,-.t, Oft Mir pull; business.JU' is now !I Rev, -J'a: Hawk will,preach at Eau visit, to Mn, 'Blythe's father, Mr. T. H.. I. Mail orders promptly filled on any of, place, in which he'is interested.

) .111 etPshd Beach 'epip._ L, Gallie1. Sunday" evening Sept 2nd.,.:at Sander, and family, a'.Indiaool.. the above goods. JCLICS KLINE, Mr. R. F. Ensey of Old Town, Fla.,

. f: :j'tev} .'Wm''Btonee' son and daughter; 7:30 p. m. 'Contractor P., J.Hall left last Saturday Titnsville, Fla. who has been holding a government

ffrom t : ''Dsytons, who'arhed Here on a Sunday morning Sept. '2nd. Rev. J. for a visit of a week or so with his fatherin Telephone No. 8. position at Egmont Key, has been instructed

w .'J! iah:biilThnrsday. : afternoon," retoraedgbnday B Hawk. will:preach at City .Point at Marion county, whom he has not to proceed to Cuba and leaveson

,. : ;if:,..",Iloa l; on" account of,'the ,lIOn'' 10:30 o'clock. ,All welcome seen in several year This will also give Florida Fish In Great DemandThe official duties about Sept 1st.

#" d?..U1 ii .{'- /: The B owUt-BearcS Debate him a net from the steady work be has fish shipments from Florida are Mrs. Kuhl, 'of Shiloh, who has been

A; j1t ; Mi:Busio Carlin,: of,Jopiter stopped .Last';,Monday night, :\, Governor Broward been attending to of later*? passing through Savannah:now at the visiting here with her daughter, Mrs. A. ,

u ',oft iH. Monday afternoon o"i vet to and Hon. Jao 8. Beard from-.f f lfid Dayton Joonurij- this week volume reaching 'an aggregate of several N. Nolle,'gave Tux STAB office a pleasantcall

;j to cousin;:Mrs.''Ek'E:Rid Shy had been Escarabia. _, locked, senator horns.in 'a says" that "Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. carloads each week. Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Kuhl
county,
r 1;; "- ;,J |q r-i: visit to her brother Mr.James H.Cariln.of joint debate'a', Pensacola on the drainageof Brown.,. Fort Pierce,. spent Sunday on The fish season began in Florida Aug. expects to return home this afternoon.

0<. : Brunswick. Everglades. The senator in takingup the beach" etc. Now, Arthur why 15th,..and the first shipments have been Supervisor of Registration W. S. Nor.

>i It: '" ..Mrs. '9. A., Singleton, returned. ,home the legal aspect of the, question, haven't you told all of your friends about very heavy. They come through by express wood has appointed his deputies for the

., Tuesday from.WP.lro Be ch,,where sprung new contention on the. drainage. Mrs, Brown, or did'Will Stevens make exclusively and some of the trains several precintsin this county and their

rthe visited.her son, Mr. L H, Singleton, advocates, showing that under the I a mistake in putting yon down for a have been carrying extra express cars. names will be found in his official notice,
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. .': :the, latter'!: wife accompanying her for decision of courts!, even should the married man? It is no unusual thing for a car to be published in another column this week.
.. :;;. many
.. laden with barrels of fish
, : : a visit LaGraage.rE Everglades be drained it would confer There is a demand for the better en. seventy. representing Rev. H. B. Gibbons and wife who

t ::1" The'latt"'issue of the :Starke Telegraph no benefit upon the state as the courts forcement of fish protective laws along a value to the shippers of from have been spending the past three or
; $300 to more than $800 for each ship
Jjj': 'Ita\el that Mr C. W. Crabb,of Baldwin would be compelled to hold that the the eastern and southern coasts. While four weeks at St. Augustine, will now

1;; J 'and Miss;Eliiabeth Drjden.were"married land belonged to the parties to.whom sportsmen and anglers are credited with ment.Savannah the for make Daytona their borne, where Mr,

-' last:"Sunday;"evening .at the home of the grants had been made by the legislature. agitation, it might be pointed out that is distributing point Gibbons will be pastor of the First Rape
17 the fish of Florida as it is for the fruits
:1. 1r. bride's .parents, M!.. and Mrs. W. F. J in the event of the depletion or exhaustion I tist church.
and vegetables. The season has opened
t Dryden;of Starke J. W. WaUon'a Idea of certain fisheries they can afford to .
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I with such a rush that it promises to B. B. Pylee, for some time cashier at
' 'The "DeLand News'of last week con Hon. J. W. Watson is said to be in lose their sport with better grace than,. hold up all during the winter season and the F. E. C. railway freight office in

: t-: Stained the following personal mention: favor of a repeal of the poll tax prere the working fisherman his livelihood.- there is a good demand. In fact, thereis West Palm Beach, has been promotedto

Major Alexander St. CiaiKAbrams, of quisite in voting at the general election Fishing Gazette. no end to the demand for fish, and the the position of assistant traveling

Jicksonville Ie, Hon. ,W. L. Palmer of and would substitute a compulsory payment FURN------------, shipments that pass through Savannah auditor and will hereafter make his

:i',i.': Orlando, and Col. Geo. M. Robbins, ofTitdsville of poll tax, the money to go to the DRY GOODS are received from the express cars at the headquarters in St. Augustine, for which

;+ \ \ were in DeLand several days public schools. That brings the colored NOTIONS, I i union station and sent out in smaller place he will leave about'September 1st.

f: 'this .".taking testimony before Eg- brother into'politics again. If he is madeto EDISON and shipments to local points on the Centralof

= lord Bly, Esq., ipecial master in a divorce pay this tax be will be qualified to DRY SHOES BATTERIES and Georgia, on the Montgomery divisionof Dates Set for Automobile Eaces

tsz: aryls from St. Lucie county Judge Jones vote. This ia along with the compulsory HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. the Seaboard Air Line and on the I After consultation with President Asa

deemed that he wa disqualified, and appointed education idea both racea will be madeto Chaa. A. Gardner, 'Phone 34. Atlantic Coast Line to Charleston. Paine and the board of directors of the

)( \'Bly to take the testimony. attend school, and this means more The shipments include all species of Florida East Coast Automobile Association -

V: ...... J< P, Brown and little daughter teachers and higher.taxes. If they couldbe NOTICEThe the salable fish of the Florida waters at W. J. Morgan,of Bretton Hall, New

Leila., returned,home from St. Augustinethe separated by constitutional amendmentthe registration books will be openedin this season, being principally the plebian York, who has been given the entire

*x latter part ,of last week with their Index would favor it. As matters the several districts in the county, for mullet, the more delicate pompano and management, of the tournament has
t} much benefitted by' the : etand/'we are agin' them."-Florida the purpose of registering voters on the selected the dates January 22 to 26 for '
,:, health ,very I now first of Sept. and will remain open until i the middle class red fish. None of them \
:\ change to. the fine beach on Anastasia Index. the 13th day of Oct., 1906. drag the market, for all are readily sold, the fifth annual world's famous beach '

Island, We trust the improvement will A nice line of School Supplies just I. The following are appointed district but they vary in price from $4 a barrelto events at Ormond-Daytona-Beach. In

I be permanent/but it is more than likely received at the Novelty Store. Give usa registration officers: $12. making the date selection as usual the
Diet. No. 1 L K. No. 3, B. F.
Myer
house will have to call. ; tide conditions had to be considered andit
that pond
the court Beal; No. 4, J. P. Cooper; No. 5, Jno. Many of the Florida fish are sold in
I. M. DODSON. found that the dates
": '.'\ be, completely drained before the sheriff Houston; No. 6, C. T. McBride; No. 7, the local market It is said by the local with was those of the four corresponding tournamentswere

t and bit family :will enjoy. perfect health.The E B. Arnold; No. 19, R. T. Smith; No. fishermen that the waters about Savan- the most acceptable.past
.\1 Letter to I. D. :Bnnra 20, S. A Osteen; No. 13, E. V. Hall;;
small
; do but a percentage
not
nah supply
.1.: Buster Bob Dredging Outfit Titusville Fla. No. 14, S. J. Field; No. 15, Henry Wilson .
; No. 16, C. H. Nauman. of the local demand for sea food, and Scrub yourself daily, you're not clean
it., Mr. R.. B.. Glaiiwin, of Fort Pierce, Dear Sir: A man fed his hens hall W. S. NORWOOD, Florida shippers reap- harvest from this inside. Clean insides means clean stom-
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3E' ,has a dredgingoutfit' that has been meal and half sawdust; he thought they Supervisor of Registration for Brevard port.-Savannah News.A ach, bowels, blood, liver, clean, healthy
tissue in MOBAL: Take Hoi*
orjjan.
_; 'tested'and not found wanting. He has wouldn't know the difference. He con county. listers Rocky every ;Mountain_. lea. &.> cents,

""'; -' taken the,contract to dredge out Crane cluded they did when the eggs hatched Weekly Weather Beport. woman wornesuntil getswrinkles, Tea or Tablets. Ask your druggist.
_: ': reek, at Melbourneand will be pleased woodpeckers. t then worries because she has them. If she
U.DSFABTMKHT: : Of AOKICUiTCSK: W :ATHKKBCEKAU. takes Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea she New Muaic
: to correspond with any parties on the Another man painted :his house with a : would have neither. Bright, smiling face

east coast ..antinlany dredging done or paint that was made of half pain -sub.itotes. JUPITER, FLA., Aug 28. 1906. follows its use. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Indian River Music music House for Tituaville
has the following new September
.*& channels cot through shoal banks.: Aside He didn't know the differencenot Comparative statement of temperature Ask your druggist. in stock.

"ftFf from hit dredging outfit Mr. Gladwtn is till he paid the painter.He and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday, Wanted The latest roller skating song-Take

a launch and boat builder and deals in had 20 gallons to pay-for, 20 instead 1906 1905 Me on the Rollers, by Gilmore and Long;
f I supplies of all kinds. Write of 10. Got fooled $12.50 on the DAT:. MAX. K1K. MAT. MIR Sugar mill gears, large gear wheel four bass or baritone solo-Down In a Dun
76
+. engine Aug. 22. 86 89 74
gas 23. 86 73 88 80 or five feet diameter. Send price, size, goon Cell, by Kreusch; Apple Blossoms, i
t him for anything in that line. paint 24. 87 72 88 73 etc., to M. care STAR office. mezzo soprano, by Kathleen Roberta
4 He had 20 days' wages to pay.for, 20 25. 82 71 88 72 Inttrun\ell\al.-Faocy Free Waltz, by
HUBSUtT STOCK. TOB 8AIJB.Qtm .' instead of 10. Fooled$30 in wages. 26.86 73 89 72 Victor Talking Machines Warren; Dixie Blossoms, two-btep, by '

i stock jprava: on nigh pine land. He got-a poor job besides. He paid "" 28.27. 85 82 72 72 88 89 74 74 $5.00 cash and $1.00 per vfeek. Records Powell Wenricb;Yankee Fascination Grit,, two-step intermezzo, Holz-, by ,

ImPm Biftil fUafrHihf 1886.okdo .. too much for his eggs, and they hatched Total rainfall for the week. 3.77 inches. 35 cents, 60 cents and $1.00. Over mann. ; Any of the above pieces mailedat ,j
Send foe 'catakfoc, and Vest Departure rainfall for the week plus 2.42 1,000 pieces of standard sheet music at 10 t r7
25 cents.
Fain Beach* Ffau"Oranf woodpeckers.Yours truly, inches. cents. Indian River Music House, Titua
rainfall since Jan. 1st plus
Departure
F. W. DEVOE 4 Co., FOB SALE CHEAP FOR CA8H.
inches.
1166
BOXM yule.The
13 New York.P. H. P. HASDIX, Cleveland Light About 88 acres of good high land on i
: We are selling the WarneH orange box, .'S. Jas. Pritchard &; Son sell oar paint Official in Charge. the east or ocean side of the Indian river pat
beet box made in Florida satisfaction. For sale by
"*.' recognued as. the Gives perfect the Narrows, described as follows: Lot
? ; GCXKKPAIK8HOP Draying C. Collins. Call and see them. No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section s
Prtoe 14} cents complete with birch
Lr>= 'hoopa!carload: lose delivered. Send your guns for repairs to HenryBenecke. Draying or hauling of all kinds prompt. Call at Titusville Livery, at rear of This 36, in land township ia unimproved 31 south, range but finely 39 eaat.lo
All work done Meets all trains. Stove
attended
thoroughly to.
of ly
and
Write us for prices samples Robbins' law office for stylish rigs. For further particulars addressE.
Guns loose in the breech tightened equal wood for sale at all times. cated. IS
for both double
WrapLLaT Leave your orders hauling, M. Low, {Ifi
GUST. LCHMB A Bony Co. to new, alao guns stocked and shotguns H. E. HOLTOX, and single. J. M. Oaban, proprietor. Brockton, Mast. d
,Eau Gallie, ]Florida rebored, etc fl. Benecke TIto rille, JEla Titusville, Fla.

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'- 2,, f"". alb:;.....,......matlsr.:.sea the, (31cago from hunger. This is caused from their In of the effects of used fog thai
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-T" 'iI'.!.; "70 r' ,'" .".,..... .. ,'" Wllaon,"Jmake the mars> toe basis oftta food' being any deadly many drag _
i? ,. NfWL "-" .: not assimilated but devoured One bottle purchased today save from
/ o; purpose. may
:BtorVl;showing,bow marks :of"the
) : : bworms A few doaes of White's Cream lou ..
Jtf' a sick spell tomorrow Quickly cure Cestipatioa : .
tif'the''pajmuter's: :depart :
thumbs ttie
.of. two. babies before tots yermifnge will cause them to cease '
> cry D7 ptf Ila. Kalarte! ChlBt; as* aU UmComplaints.
:.z Wm n.'ot steel'and'1m u companlcf aml 64 been changed 1n'thefr cradles lead iDlE and begin to thrive at once. ,Give it Used and recommended by the medical f ro-

_," ji-"r-h- 'Ifb >, : other torp tadustrtes. w. go'where- ". to their Meutifleatlon twenty :years' later a trial. Sold by Bed Crow Pharmacy ataioo generally. .

w ,many foreigners' ,are- .; ,are, ;and the atoIeu-child.Is restored toits' A PROMINENT' PHYSICIAN'S
f fortune and'good name.UhlQUENAVAlI .
11WdedDi! ; tue'installation ef'a fingerprint -

.r $system of Pat chocks ,Instead of Sunshine in v ENDORSEMENTDr.

,y !fIt, :taaklngbls; mark:,on!the.pay .roUjtbeemployee,1 :; REVIEW, your A.J. Hannah leading physician of Um&Sla,
4i. ;, If be cannot sign:bis.name,' .' Fib. says: "1 hare been using Herbine in my practice
1 ). leaves an impression of his right; thumb Warmblps It AaeJwlo WkU. Preaideali Home and am.well pleased with the results. 1 always
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.' r f Will Piu.,.m.MiyUower; keep some on hand,'and think it a grand medicine
bis receipt Fred'Nelmeyer. paying
u ,
for Biliousness and Lifer Complaints.
l "ftv1\wot
'\ President! no "lt's : the
'teller of the VGI I1.Trust company,:is
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-Jfis.- /also mywtlgating the method as a substitute Atlantic fleet-')will be: as unique 'as. Fifty-two times a year is assured Large Bottle, 50c Avoid AU St&tUttlei


"? who',cannot write. the; beginning :of _his, admiulstratton.u. Ballard Snow ,Liniment Co.St. .

t 1;; ;,The Ullnola.Steel. 'company,<|t la.understood The ehl .3v6f;; 'the""great 11 .will, not
Louis U. S. A4
.
:;\';' -,';;was the first large Chicago maneuver or 'pass, bet% him ,in line, READ .235* SUNThat *
,\ to fttvestigate' the new method, *
r concern will
but. contrary to, prci- t. 'tjiey t
;: )z after tbe;;forgery;of'several;;thousand
while
remain the. Mayflower
stationary illustrated
$9 dollars worth of,their pay checks-ses-- weekly paper

1f! ,eral months ago. When the mploy'ee'8.i with the president' aboard' will pass in Tallahassee and SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
between three'\lines printed
the of ships'and
:i! thumb mark is required on each paycheck ". ,
s RED CROSS PHARMACY, TITPSYILLS, and EAU OALLffi PHAEMACT. EAU GALLS
.f, ; forgery,. it is. claimed will be also circle the entire fleet says' a 'published.everywhere..

's.' ; made Impossible. Washington dispatch to the New' York \

"The-means' of Identification of .de. Herald., ,
'
;- S, positors by their thumb marks will;certaralj -. The'nary. department, has prepared arery A. K. Taylor SouthernRailway.EFFKCTIVE .

proyeto: be conclusive.: said R ., comprehensive .chart of Oyster, -
'
APR. 6. 1906.
.F. Cbapin,,secretary of the Union>Trust Bay _and Long"lslarid sound showing _

u company, "and as the marks of no two the exact positions to be occupied by Hakes the' cartoons and all the No: 30 No: M Between Jaeluonvllle and New York. A'aI: l So.p.Dally. -

r 1 persons' thumbs, are. alike loss, from the designated ships of the fleet and -. Dady. -Daily. t -Daiif. '

cbeck forgeries will be greatly reduced;. also the course, which that Mayflower / other pictures. 755 P ------ 905 a .Lv JacbmVllle, Fla.:----So. Ry. lor. 9 00 a .. 8 06 t
1215 120 p Lv.Savannah Ga.-----.....__-&. Ry. Ar. 4 50 a ____ 310 P
In fact, any one ,could usebis: thumb will take"in making the review. Ac X 955 1033 p _Ar:Cha-lotte, N. .________ Ry. Lv. 950 p _._ 830 a
{ his to check withy cording to 'this1 chart the fleet will, be a---- >
mark a
as. signature 642 65811. Ar. Richmond Vs.----------o. Ry. Lv. ii3 'P1-_= 1130
'up in three' lines due north of Claude L'EngleIn
'safety. drawn
I I 950 p------ 9 50 a Ar. W&5 ington. D.C..._..-__So. Ry Lv. 10 51 .1___._ 850 po
""The 'finger, prints will be, tile ,best Pine >and Centre Islands and about 1117 P ----- 1132 Ar. Baltimore d..P R. R Lv. 612 & .___ 8233 po

identification. that, ,we. could have;ot a 2,200 yards, trap Centre. Island point. 143 pAr. Philadelphia. Pa._.._, -___P.R.'R Ly. s 35 '1- .__ i U P
235a--------
depositor," .declared Mr. Nelmeyer ofays the fleet facing eastward at><50 yard pungent editorial paragraph 415p 41r New York. N. Y.---P. R. R Ly 1210.L___ 325p-

&"_ t the same Institution.,.."Under the" intervals. A .pl ket line of boats is to looks after the things that Nos. 33 and 34-"Xew York and Florida Express." Daily Pullman Drawing Buos,'

: ; tem now in usewhen a depositor who be established 700'yards outside the need attention. Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. .
rz S cannot WrIte wishes to make a deposit fleet formation; and beyond this picket Noa. 29 and "Washington and Florida Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Boom
r Unev and 'other craft will be Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. -
we can identify him only by hl3a&-; yachts ".

} 5{; ; pearance and a description, we jtake.. obliged, to anchor. WARM, BRIGHT, FACINATINGLY "o..13y0 through"The Land of the 6k7. !\o..29
:s, ,, We also ask bun questions regarding! Jn; the outer or northern line will be: CLEVER Dail-.

bis family; But by the finger;,mark beginning at the west end of the line. 755 P Lv. Jacksonvill Fla.,__________________:_______._______.So. Ry. Ar. 900
test there V little 'chance for,,afmistake. the Denver,:the'-Cleveland the Tacoma 1215 a Lv. Savannah Ga--.____________.___?_..____..____.__So. R,. Ar. 450 a
60011. Ar. Columbia S. -...-..___......_________.___.__.___ Ry. LT. 1 U a
Persona may be changed in appearance the Minneapolis, the Maryland.the Thais the Sun 150 pAr. Asheville, N.C..___________________?__________-So. Ry Lv. 41 P
; :by sickness or.other causes; Colorado, the Pennsylvania, the 237 pAr, Hot Springs, X.C.--------._______________________So, Ry. LT. 12 U a
West the Iowa- the 600 Ar. Knoxville,Tenn-------------------------So. By. Lt 835 .
the lines .f the thump do not change. Virginia,' Indiana, p
the Illinois and the'Alabama with the 815 A Ar Cincinnati Ohio ._______....______________._____________Q. & c. LT. 8 U p
VThe,system is being investigated. ,
: If you pay to read this paper-you
y ;, said a paymaster of one, of. the large Dolphin in advance as the reviewing Nos.29 and -Pullman Drawing. Room and Buffet Sleeping Can between Jacksonville sod
iron manufacturing, companies\ "andas stand of Secretary Bonaparte. The can read THE SUN too, St. Louis, daily.
I II
far as eve have gone It has::proved central line named in the same order, WITHOUT EXTRA EXPENSE. I

'=1 :r satisfactory; Many of our employees will contain the Arkansas the. Florida I No. 13 Between JaeklODvllle and the North aDd Weat, No. U I

i '3 report that they have 'never* received the Nevada, the Puritan the Virginia.: -______ -743 P Lv. Jacksonville, So. Ry--__________________._____Ar. i _-_ J--_>
their pay. They. are.so nearly alike In the New Jersey the Rhode Island;the Ask us. or write us and ____._ 250 a Ar. Macon ISo. Ry-------------------------__-Lv. 21:5 a:_'__

.v. Louisiana.. the ',Kearsarge, the Ken- _______ 52011. Ar. Atlanta So. ______-_______________..__ 11 o4 p.945 :_____
appearance' that the wrong, man ia frequently _.:_____ a Ar.Chattanooga, So. By._____________.__-________.Lv. 630 p':.__._
: paid wages belonging to another tucky, the Missouri and the Maine, apt.to \W11 tell Low. ______y 740 P Ar Cincinnati, Queen &Crescent.___________ __Lv. I 830 a'_____

:; ; ,'and li some cases we have cashed the east of the latter the Mayflowerwill you === 843 P Lv. Cincinnati, Big Four Route-_____.,___-Lv. 710 .I'::!::::

; 'pay checks that have been stolen or come to an anchor after finishingthe 710 a Ar. Chicago. Big Four Route_______:=________Lv. 830 pl _.
::::::: =
forged." review. The third or southern, .______ 835 p Lv.Cincinnati. Penn. Lines-----____.___--____Ar. j 843 a110 ...-_._
i! I F. D. Raymond treasurer of the Chi line will be made up of the De Long _______ a Ar. Chuago. Peno. Lines.__________________--Lv. ;' 840 pl_____

'"- cago, Lake Shore and Eastern railway the Blakely the Stockton, the Rodgers KILL THE COUCH _-______ -p Lv. Cincinnati. C. H. & D.-Monon________ Ar. 140 .t'--j845 ,j-
the Tingey., the Wilkes the Mac- 723 a Ar. Chlago. C. H. & D--Monon--__________--Lv. !19 W PI
says that the railways will find theY AND CURE THE LUNGS ==== =
Donough the Lawrence, the Hopkins.the' _______ 943 p Lv. Cincinnati, C. H. &: D.-Mich. Cent'----_______Ar. 700 a'______ '
method in
finger print advantage Truxtun the _______ 520 a Ar.Toledo Co H. &: D.- lich. Ceut------------Lv. 1140 pl. ..._
paying track gangs where. the men are Worden the Whip- WITH Dr. _______ 725 a Ar. Detroit C. H. &D-Mich. CenLLv. 1000 pl--___
'. illiterate. pie and the Des Moln 8. King'sNew === 830 P Lv. Cincinnati, Penn. Lines---------------------.-A r. 630 ..1.555 .::::=

R ; "While' our road has not adopted the The Porpoise the Shark and the ==== a 'r. Pitt burg. PenD. Lines..___________.__-____::Lv. 81S pI -

new method."-he said,''"yet It seems to Nina will constitute a separate groupto 930 P Lv. Cincinnati, Big Four-w________.____Ar. 650s..---
-----
i be practical. It surely gives a means the south of the Whipple, while to Discovery :::::.:-:- 6 4.5 a Ar. Cleveland Big .________._________:______ 930 PI I= t.

of identification that cannot be the southwest of the fleet and outsidethe Price _______ 530 p Lv. Lexiu wn. So. ___________.._____________ 10'-'i.. __.....
sur
picket line will be the Leonidas.the /CONSUMPTION ______ 810 pAr. Louisville So. _________.___.__________..Lv. 74() .1-.11 ____
: passed. FOR I OUGHS aDd SOc 4$1.00 _______ 732a -\r. St. Louis. So. Ry_______.__________________ -Lv. 1010 1
f ; While thumb marks as a means of Lebanon, the Abarenda. the Are- LJOLDS Fret Trial. P'S

identification are In use in the police thusa. the Celtic and the. Yankee in 1 Nos. 13 and 14-"The Florida Limited." Daily Solid Vestibule Train. Through Day 1I
s a single line.CAINE Surest and Quickest! Cure for all Coaches and Pullman! Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati. .
4 department of almost every city, heretofore THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES I u

there has been no attempt to use or HONEY BACK : No. 5 No. 13 Between jaek.oDt'lIIe and Kansas City. I So. 14 No. 8 I
a the scheme in commercial circles in the ON CURSE OF DRINK.

'United States as far as is known. 4 == 745'p Jacksonville Fla, So. _____________________ I a i ........
r In Cases where' HI. New Ilool Deal. With It aa m ______ 52011. Ar. Atlanta, Ga., So. Ry---_________________ Lv. ((1150 ...... ::
employees are paid DUease' or a Sia. V _______-1201 a Ar. Birminltharn.: Ala.. So. By------Lv. 405 P ----
by It, each man when he goes to work 77t/Most Valuable Sit of Yacht and Bosh Ar. .Tenn. 8 15 .
______
Memphis a
805 --------- ------ --- .rr940a
iR leaves an impression of his right thumb Hall Caine's new novel Just pub- Building Books ever Pubtitlud _______ Pj. Ar.KansasCity.1o.. Frisco.--------_____________Lv. I 830p ______- ..1Nos.
lished, deal with the subject of hereditary -
on a card with his name. The card is RUDDER 4
drink craving cured by hypnotism, 13 and 14-The Florida Limited." Daily. t
1 filed in the
office.
paymaster's Receipts .
EXCELLENT DINING CAB 8ER\'JCE.
says a London cable to the Chicago HOW-TO BOOKS
for the checks
pay are furnished aud Post; Interviewed on the subject Mr. J. C.LUSK,District Passenger Agent, 108 West Bay Street,Jacksonvllle.fl*,
when the Is have been built from the lines
boats
employee paid he also Over)oco C. H.ACKEHT.O. M. %V. U.TATLOE.G. P. A. '
Caine asks in sailed in
these books-Successity
makes an impression on the receipt printed detaildnwvtg S. H. 11AKUWICK,P.T. M. I BIWOK MOKOAK.. G. P.A.
sea-Full
dime' and
every upon every
"Is habitual .
Intemperance diseaseor
' : where formerly he made his mark. a ; cf ill parts, showing whet it is and --
.. a sin? If it is a disease the victimis how to make it-Text extremely simple.
In use in banks a card containingthe
finger impress is filed instead of an object for compassion, and the HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50 THE BRIDGEPORT
cure lies at the door of the ph't lcian. W foot crow ntboat Lark,ra.y lo build frame all.In oikimp
S one with the description. When the ( ; good raci.g coat for a inn to leant the bunneu I..
If It is a lEI:! the transgressor is a subject -
depositor who cannot write applies for HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA

payment a check is filled,out and the for reproof and punishment and .fine.... boat,, for a/trrno Milmg or knockingabovi falioal
.r !aih+naam'ufulrhereverbuilt;tloup or c*
the duty of his; moral regeneration is in "THE MOTOR THAT MOTES"There
depositor affixes his thumb mark, :ir; tul pans M J p.rar.sut eumpli.t" IoaLLHOW
the hands of the clergy. If Intemperance TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
which of course, if the ,check is genuine
is both a disease and a sin the Vort uceMBful nrine machine fTer designed; a priai
s conforms to the one on file at the winner in AUXIKK,.A..* and Aailmlii; cur to baud; IBH
G i bank. legislators share with the physiciansand to 1rUI wtIi is no reason why you cannot have a satisfactorymotor

the clergy' the task of healing and HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
t' An ordinary rubber stamp pad 'is v Simple and pra'tin.l.s4osinx! : how toeoutraetalaaaeihnU outfit. Let us demonstrate The Bridgeport to you
It.
controlling
tor UK"Itli>a 'motor bcreml other plazaHOW
f used. 'nte.thumb is "inked" and ". and will convince that there is at least reliable
.Agaln."hich Is the true place for TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA we you one
pressed firmly upon a card or piece of the habitual fine nil aroint fruicin; dug; goad rabID; eiccQui The
drunkard the built.
paper. The impress shows clearly thetelltale hospital. sailer; auiLU iur.IiA.kiw sal.rs. gasoline motor more .severe your work, the

lines, which, advocates of the reformatory or the prison? On the answer HOW TO BUILD SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOPA more anxious we are to have you own a Bridgeport the -i
to that question the welfare of a "a.bUe uUlntf; boat,rich moderate overhangs sal ,
")lake Hay While the Sun MUne." vast proportion of the human family toali Mil plaa. simplest, most reliable and durable motor on the market.
HOW TO DUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE .
There is a lesson in the work of the seems to depend.. Easy to baiUievrrrtbinff,ht;just the craft for.boy
thrifty fanner. He. knows that the The author's conclusion Is that ko begm witbcaa bout tery cheaply,eitoeraloop or cat rig No Valves No Cams No Gears
TO BUILD
HOW A MODEL
YACHTA
bright sunshine may. last bat a day and neither the law, the church nor medical complete dewnp&m of how to build model;ale watt
he prepares for the showers which are eo science has yet been able to answer if skid card in tad a;Bodtla. Easy to Operate '
liable to follow. So it should be with **? nn itlnn.

h every household. Dysentery, diarrhoea PRICE $1. EACH r Working Parts quickly Accessible '*
:= f and cholera morbus may attack some Frightfully Burned parPAto.T spares ANTWMCHC

s member of he home without warning. Chas. 'W. Moore a machinist, of Ford Bound m cloth-Cold lettering-Sue of paft.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr City, Pa.,.had his hand frightfully burn 9 by u iaches-Larie,cieariytinwa pbns.: THE: :MOTOR

hoea Remedy, which is the beet known ed in an electrical furnace. He applied THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. For Those Who Must Be SatisfiedF.

medicine for these diseases, should always Bucklen's Arnica Salve with the usual 9 MURRAY STarT NEW YOUR. u. S. A e
4- be kept at hand, as immediate treatment 'recall: "a quick' and perfect cure."

is necessary and delay may prove fataL Greatest healer on earth for barns, sores Srnd J'ildh postal 4UI'S for Library.Catalogue of Books for N. HITCHCOCK & CO., Agents

For sale by. all druggists and medicine wounds, eczema and piles. 25 cents at
dealers. Red Cross Pharmacy. = TitusTille, Floridaf

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A r. nottht several schools of practice, _. '" f J .. '..f''j :-:
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':" ..; '. ;P'ending them for'tbe auks of the, : ? :': tf },
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!:: .--"" atd".bslodredtt, .' .oi'ttellwe .... diisiaes for which the. 'Prescription' b v r ra
f skit;:: Ble Wlntz; ....-"e4'-ft.. athlsed: DrJ } ; Pierce l :
; Writsfto R -V.; : ; < .
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'dle,:teaeit'nesl'5.... : ; r ::,; : Jft; : : .
erec tlseflohshhandbettlerosal BafaH'K,:.Y-,.for a /w:booklet, and. : : '
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''Jt.'>' } BeR':: read the nmeroos extracts from standard, '- : ',
';r:::. f; '.'- A 1$etrla e 7lrher.vrtf ,d}the nireat SMflcal"Minorities'praising the several .". ; ..I.! '".f' :, .(" ,-'"
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ij iee cooteud.to'thto'd :y that bad Oarm ;' ... 1eDta'of"kIda': ,D ;:Plera'i ...n-: p ; .!k :"'$:' ::0-.... .

-. | .held:Bfflett son's heady rod* salsas'ars'Bade, and don't forget that no .< i.?_ : :',.

.'- ..; Wttb: hk" 'hiDd >ad. U a loeteftd};of other medicines put np for sale through ':

tba:; $-W4.:.. .Dwyer. ,coop druggists domestic use can'show any .: i i- /

( would. "_ orely i_IWT.J Vie';:thrf "lgh"andDwyer "" neb professional endorsement:This of ih -' .

woild::>hMe.wonra. ,fortonir:bleadetlosing > itself is of far more'wetcJ..' aDd Import* rN '
: anee,than any, amount .of. non-professional eA/ -I. :
:jBrae after ..
: SOFDWTER wje. ,Wing -- a
: .'4,: T. ,.. .-. : wwd ftabbed:to of:Ben 'AU:latbe1&neri 'tcstimonjala..The .,, r' L
front
-' ; .:,.. x:;;... .. '" ..A ''''' >''Ie.1tr : ; .
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.' : :N. /Iir ? .. ,; ;; eJ'a lte-Prescription' cures all -' .
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"',, ": '' } ","< .'.ij: J.i <* $Derby --won by:.BnyeroodjwWch t
"',,': ". ;" _" ,'?; .;".f'"T" 4"""" .C", '" ;,, )<. ,,,,; ,;, woman's _peculiar, weaknesses and derangements .t'. .,.'
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'::",;: ,.:; ( -lf .m \ :would;lindicate '., .
.' .,;il:..o.. T if us:b&nI.shllll the periodIcal -
,. -.z- J.. / .er ,betternonethan the
really
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,. \. ".".-E:.:.:..-f...' .e 4-- "" .ii i1, ,, R., .,jII""; JJ-l-irzrlr .x < b backaches bearing down
--;;. '' ':':;'; > ':;1pr /'-:.-' 14'0( Fir.; .4uIt -
". : ;ti ""' l-ik t, H1i' :8h, &"'# 1f ". .. '"" .;, .rt'ft, ? ,- k, distress,,.tenderness and iaafq.down
,"" ..., &,;;"ht". "t.N''iUl."I' ,, .. waAlee a Kentucky. Derby w)11ch sensations In ,lower abdomen,, accom- .
: ; ;:1.
';ff{;: t-\' f-r--1:.tt..t!ar'tS ';'F*'I'ld..'? !t: ,;;. : causal''i1tbe.i1" '\only >tart .fraud :MikeIlnryer panted ..by weakening and disagreeable

;-.>,;'{P 4m. ;,.."1OT,?JUTOSEB7" ....L.SHOP........,.'m, 'T8LQL, ". ,wu ever charged"with: '' : 'WannteErlerr''at ,'' eatarrhal,'.pelvic drains 'and. "kindred.
:i one ,
ki.'t;: -: 'f' time: Captains 8. 8.litfbwa symptoms.:

.i'[. ,*<"1-.k-" ;"'#!,:",,*'i.".,-. 1" t'..,!;":,;::;::.. .'" },'l'- ;:\}{ :f nerlof" a :Kentucky. '.asSo&UonLaaceconree"aru ':,Dr. Pierce and'his staff of skilled specialists
8-J=Fte5mS '
;- o.i.'!<<)r !_>'",!;s.--lwf rta. "- ."" .'ttei..B.u. ...-. .. .'.,Withita", '. ...- jcredjted'with may be consulted free by address- .
"" 's. '
.:_;i'1: ::q.-t :; N!Oab',..oKtnarg.. ,".., '.Cal/b.r'. 'L a11iir"tthlt Dn i: Br S. bid,;:Run \\af..as''above:, AU 'correspOndence is r r

;r.t.'t. J"i[: ? -:-ivea'. '.;%;Te,;..:...,tit.da- }.,With', lie: nymeade,polled In the;.Derby won by. treated as sacredly confidential By consulting p. ,_ 1 1 .
.c# z ,< r 44Or''t(' ; ',j -; :c. in this the.
R disagreeable
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;.1 "='!"" > 11nsll.eldla.ee->He1 racer Green B;Morris Apollo In order,to,aid way a j .
"' ) -' the. winter. botik4WhMI, bid -made questionings and personal. -examinations'
.
_ '-_ & 43:P,t, <.11a,"",tht',,"...>.tteeriYg.reiiGteat- ",. Rmuiymeade\'bigj taT r1te: forkthat are avoided

-o=i }*['!. ?;,eat"""""'[" ittiai%"...... ICata4ltP.. 'Derr.' event,':white Apollo,was ."raDk" outaidervi r-The\People's_Common Sense Medical .r... .
'
.n -l: f Adviser contains some:very interesting "
# 7.:ot'tbe4te:. 'Mlk.;Dwyer's. Hike Dwyer took' the charge:: be and Ta1u&ble.chapten:on. the diseases I .. -. ,-ss

b"4 ""' ...$Ms,;gtW,,:.'..''U. Is without: .a" 'parallel.s'fYolpi fore the oSciiMof: ;the" L ul weJciek'erC1ub peculiar to women .Itcontatns over one A line that meets all demands :-: ..i
: ; demanded tovesttation. ,
I an -
i $ meat trail tri :
Mtngton mar thousand pages. It is'sent'post paid'onreceipt '
;;;l:,} 'Jtifl ;'Captaln"Brown'denIed that he xboth as to quality and price ; ) ;-

... t t.k;.; ."-,.""Ngw.,. .,,.,Tork... -, be,.,.-branched, .. out"Into a.' had 'said such atbing.:and'the'-article pay eo.t'og of: sufficient mailing In only one,cent or,a stamps cents for to f :
'
: t; t'J: \ ': .' With.,one:,horse,; was traced;to.anBnreliable'J'. reporter.tenBatioial a copy in flexible paper,covers, or 3J cents Selling Price from $450 to $850 '.' .

'f- fMilB.M"'IttJ1"1u..t ?: ..Ud.,. ,hit! brother PM. boted.foe. h1a:fat.. stories foraeIoth-bounclcopy.. Address>f.K.V. ,,
g crwgo'raat: rceti and hwe giving,.up''th.bgtcber.biWaenturned and the lnattei'wai'thua taaily dlaPOMd Pierce as above. ,1

$1: : ,? ;t.r! theirattyntion'to :. 9t:, .; J Dr.Pierce's Pellets regulate and invigorate Full particulars sent on application

;r ;" ..;'- ., .,horse- .racing. ..' ,For. .,nearlytwenty t : -"' Y stomach liver and bowels. Onea
.t i: ...-d,:..,kH.1>.., :. years they owned the most for- -JUcfclest. Man In. -Arkansas' .. laxative, two or three cathartic

:.,fiiA ...f 1"lDI4ablt Ita!)"''of thoroughbreds In "I'm the luckies.man in Arkansas* .., INDIAN RIVER MUSIC T1TOSV1LLE
HOUSE
.:t:!' .. .t-i;,America:" :They :never' bred. 'a horse, writes' HtL :Stanley, of Bruno,'" ince All T.gether.Di&alalaprop'Yes -

'Z"-"... _coatenUngtbimietvea with buying- the restoration of my,wife's health after : he bad ten pallbearers .
F' :; ? 'tn'ted peetoemwi.I1 .. five years 4f'con\inaou coughing and "

.- ',:.- .. .tIh bleedingfrom'.the...lung; and I owe my .
.
: :. : '"* story is told bow pne day Dwyerand'yatber good fortune, to the' world's greatest Mrs: Jenks-But they weren't all active E. L. BRADY & BRO., .

j. ,' medicine, Dr;: King's.! New Discovery.for were they? They didn't all carry
BUT Daly met In the
. Consumptionwhich;: I know from experience the-casket.
A.2:, { r Judge's at Graveeend Just beforearaeala wilt!-consumption if takenin Mrs. Malaprop-Yes; they carried Groceries, Hay Grain and'all Food Products.

;: 1JbIda'Ollt'of Dwyer's. favorite : time. My '.(improved' with first ,
him -unanimously. PhiladelphiaLedger. ..
__ horses was a starter.vHave .- bottle and twelve bottles :completed the We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapea'Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
.. lathe above lines of and solicit the trade of all Write for
goods
consumers. us prices on
'. you bet on your horse Mike? core, .Cures the worst coughs and coldsor Grain and all Groceries,delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY A BRO.,TITCiVILU,FIX' t

asked. .Daly,' money refunded.At Bed Cross Pharmacy ,. Xa o.e to Ask., '

.: c". ,.., ,_Vo;Father: ," said Dwyer calmly. ,\,,COoand, $1.00.Trial bottle.free.' Ethel-I wish l'could find out it he '

:: "WelfweU," mused Daly, "wanted SCHOOL"fOR-INf has any bad habits. S. J. NTcwEcLT; .
'. ... 110 :.!. $TS.Chiang. .
=': : 'to:put on;him myself, but If youdoot .- Edith-Can you not?,

' ": .' think bun good I'U bwtroy own Ethel- o. He hasn't a friend in the HaY grain Fruit and
.* w.... Ona InatttnttoaMiaa :
J: .
:\
Groceries
and
,
I- ,' t. '': bores It is between them,",' &; ;", 'r >oer ................:. world-New'York! Press.c3AaTOR.. Staple Fancy >produce of all Hinds,
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k :/. ..' Mr ,Daly bobbled'W&7. M, F. r
= Ueleo Todd of the Henry Booth'
VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY 4Titusville.
'
'. : ; ;Dwyer's. commissioners' made the H recently returned'from .=8.
; Europeto
!, ..;;.(..-.""Ji.', .:rounds and bet thousands of' dollars open ,a :"maternity, school' at'the ... I I F1or1d.a.

: .let their chief on his bone settlement, says the,Chicago.Poet "'-:.OO\aCfZ. .
t t;=;Y' ,When the race was run the favorite, Miss Todd said that the new enterprise

f' p Dwyer's horse, won and Daly's horse, is ,made necessary by ,the fact WHITEHALL PORTLAND CEMENT

;, }\ an outsider, was second. that the child of two or three years la
E: -: Too bad you didn't bet :on him," shoved to one side when the new baby EAST COAST HEAT MARKET

; r. :' aid Daly to Dwyer, with. a sigh. cornea! to the tenement The two-year- .

: i : "Why. ,did you bet on your hone old is neglected to a physical way: andit I. P.DUEL Lout, 500 Barrels will received in the next

: jio>, ',. 0 Father becomes stupid and sullen. For Its : 60 days. Costs a little more than other ce-
; '' "
; "Yet said Daly, "and I'm glad it
benefit Miss maternitY
Todd has
the
, ?""" .... wu only,for a place." school which is opened a large, sunny- Florida and : ment, but is better.

;ti: ; :' Daly won$25 on his horse and Dwyer t'oom. well equipped with toys of all _
l EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. ;
r..' :110lOOo: on his. Daly was.happier thanDwyer. kinds, where children between the ( WesternMeats ;

, .i.: who never seemed to rejoice ages of two'and lye are cared for from Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material.

, Y ', after ,the manner of men'wbo win or e&W11n the morning until late at nightIn Eau Gallie Florida. ,
1 'bemoan after the manner of those who France Itali'and' Germany 'such .

-' : i JoI schools have been maintained. and have 'L/1 vI I.
;& Binds
L proved very successful. oiall .
., Mike: Dwyer 'was by long odds thegreatest Miss Todd spent much of her time H I.:

.,. plunger ever seen on any :
while abroad in Investigating social ijL1L '
." American race track while his brother TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. !
I
conditions and settlements and wu
'f' Phil wu careful aDd conservative in '
much 'with the
Impressed maternity
;: hrs turf speculations.It schools. LOW RATES : :

;' was a common, thing for Mike to \ .

'. wager 10.000 on the result of a race New Pr.... /.. w.. cu....... VIA '" ,
:: and there were several occasions when Anew speedometer for motorists'ls SOUTHERN
'f be wagered 160,000 to win $5.000. the
now on the market says the Technical
odds his horse being, to 10. Phil
on World Magazine for September,which
.: was strongly opposed to this method of RAILWAY _
not only gives the. rate of speed per i
: and the result was that the
betting hour and the number of minutes to the '
>> which bad lasted for fourteen Detroit, Mlch" "* re- cl
'',*< partnership mile,but can be set'at any given speed $44,05 tarn.Ticketasold t 1 r
x" years was by mutual consent dist so that when that speed is exceeded a daily, limited Oct. 31, 1906.

; aolred. After the separation Phil built buzzer announces the fact to the driv ch54 10 Saratoga 8prlDSl, !<, *, .a i 1 NF=Li
>
and return. ,
the, Brooklyn Jockey's club's track at
t ere With this device In use a chauffeur Tickets sold daily, limited Oct. 31.1906. .f
which he still 'owns, and
Oraresend can set the speedometer at the limit of $ f\t\ QfLaka George; N. I.. aDd
; which has made him a millionaire several speed allowed in the country where he .
--t times over Mike went to New Tickets sold daily limited Oct. 31, 1906. .
is traveling, and u soon u the limit is
: Jersey and built a race track at Eliza 4ilOO Qf\ Washington, D. c., aDd I
exceeded he will be warned of the fact *ytZ&.O\J retain.
-i Beth, but Ita gates were closed by the Sold July 27, 30, 31,limited Aug.8. Extension .

11:: enforcement of a law passed by the 1o De Sept. 8.
.
h.1 Revcr* Bell Recast.One :
New Jersey legislature against racing St. Paul or Minneapolis. \_ -
h.' .. of the few bells cast by Paul $88..60 KIDa..aDd "tun. fliLjJ
.t.4 and bookmaking. Revere now In'existence is' to be Sold Aug. 10, 11, 12, limited Aug. 3L Ex.
This was a severe blow to Mike tension Sept. 30, 1906
taken from the belfry of the old Baptist
: Dwyer and his good luck of previousjean $48 95 )Niagara Falls N. Y.. and
church in Warren. R. I., to be, recast retarD.
seemed to have deserted him.. .
f at Troy says a Providence'dispatch Tickets sold daily, limited Oct. 31. 1006.
Nevertheless in 1808. he won almost
to the New York Tribune., A $58.80 :'rc..to. Canada and re- o = c- : R .c .
; 1100,000 with Banquet, Raceland and tu
;. others but at this time be made a disastrous member of. the church will officially Tickets sold daily limited Oct. 31, 1906. a
oversee the task and will write an ac- Atlantic !C. *.
City aDd
trip to England and returned $44 75
count of the undertaking for historicalpurposes. "turD. tIARIAND
;., broken In health and spirit! .. Tickets sold daily, limited Oct. 31. 1906. OR : .

$52 75 S.wport, R. I., and re- Q
: Mike Dwyer figured In the greatest tan.Tkketo .
: betting Kentucky Derby In the long Stomach Trouble and Oonalipatloa sold daily, limited Oct.31, 1906.

history of that classic event It occurred No one can reasonbly hope for good $37.00Tickets return.Washington, D. co: aDd
digestion when tbeboweU
are COo ipLt-d.
In 1886; and Colonel Barnes had on sale dairy,limited Oct. 31, 1906.
:
Baldwin of
Mr. Chaa. Edwardsnlte III.
,
: tbe famous Blue Wing ha the big race says "I suffered from chronic constipation $42.65,' tana.Deawu, C1.. *" ".

: That waa the spring Colonel M. Lewis and stomach troubles for several Tickets sold July 9,.to 14, limited Ang. 23 i

_'. Clark then president of the Louisville years, but thanks to Chamberlain's Stom 1906. For sale by the i j

f Jockey.club bad his famous fight with ach and Liver ,Tablets am almost cured." $46.05 tnrh t o. 111., aDd re-
Bookmakers association. Why not get a package of these tablets
the .
Western On sale daily,limited Oct. 31, 1906.
and get well and stay.well?Price 25 cents.
disagreement was
of that
The outcome INDIAN
Minneapolis,' Minn., and RIVER
that For sale by all druggists and medicine $88.60 I
t: no, bookmaking on Derby day year return.
; The auction pooling was the heaviest dealers J Tickets OD,sate Au,. 10 11,12, limited
A..31. Extension Sept. 30.

.' Doa -. suffer from HOUJ9TC.R-S (PXQ.25 taraM'. .'1e_.. ud re- MUSIC HOUSE, t :,

:J.':' t' rheumatismBny when yoorjolnWacbeandyoo ft bottle of BaUard'a Ricky Mountain :Tea Nuggets l Tickets on sale July 7,1L 13. limited fifteen -
daya. Extension Sept.30. 1906. .
I 'Snow liniment and get instant relief Apoaisive A Boty Mrittas lit DSyiSss. TITUSVILLE FLA.
&QO 1 fMllwankee, Wis, aDd re- ,
=; care far rheumatism barns eats, Bdafs feUa Btaba sal Biscvtl 'iI& VOO.JLU tnn.Tkktts .

:.:. contracted musdea,-son.cheat etc., Mr. A speeiae for OoMttoattoa, +Lhe on sale Aug.10. 11. U, limited dug
j. T. ,,Bogy % prowiaenk merchant at aid KUae Troubles, hmtea ems,Impers 2% ISOB. .

? Willow 11n$; Ttaraa, says,tha*be -finds sad ltacts cae. ,ft..8QcQ rtoaat.lo Ida b tic t PnSMnrer and Ticket Otte
:.. BallartJ's Snow,liwowaiUM< 'bee&.aU let form SS cents a tar Onutae made toy 1_W.IIQ'81. Phone 743

.f: round liniment he ever, ipo. ..L" Sold by Honiara Dam Cozy' Madison,Wta.rrjSOETS l..O.L'USJtDWrkt'.u.
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Cross pharmacy GO.DEt FOB SaUOV rtflftl
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:r <_, ....,..,, "w .I '!.i.-" '. '. '" ., -- I
is sit, '$; %DEVILISH. DEED.Fromliwit .' Crowed the Everglades,. A .VETERAN-:OF:'THE illl.AU ,
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:. erlhtine -, (Miami:Record..) f HAWKt.MfXICAN.MI'; '
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l "nt _7i 'it Aasldentef Ocala, Killed. Ins .. : .. ,' .
,. '" "- ',."- -' : ., From a tour ,of the Evergliides;a THE. CIVIL WARS.,
: iaeeid mitrr!jlil Pasco County '
a 18: trio of gentlemen' arrived.in the city

: '."> l" n.t rrejeoia bJ the rii.; l "
"'; ? aaya:; quoin,,where they will remain,until tomorrow
isT ., --!., &bi-... ._. general "RL-hlf. : 1 + .
.. :, 'Wishart, its this 'city;, .was morning,'when they will'make

ftfeS-* ; : ._iM.I, -' tbedrstOeediy.. "" kWed it:SanAntonio,, Pasco County; their war down the bay.and around_ to
.LV.-,. li edalf f m Novmber. this: morning by; a turpentine man the east coast.. f

; :: :: : ; -. ,.of-f.theeeartielei are well named Burton. iW v
? # ; The party was composed oflA. ,.
; ,; the' .atandpointofgood '
g. t
: ; ;: ue"they bear,the:;impriDt of Iahart.. .operated. ,a, tie" camp at and Julian A., D.lmoek. of New York,

: : Ehren, and' with his two daughters and G. W. Saoser,. of Everglade Fla,
IOBedain'eut"or:
'tf.' : : 'and ea (unbtokenpatted, went- :to. ,,San ,Antonio. to. 'have' dental who'acted as guide..

1 1 : work' done: for. one fthem., While The two former gentlemen:are phO-
; : many;of them bear the ear '
'f. :;: : : been (paid :for Men the young lady was. In the 'dentist's tographers and illustrators' and one
1\
"- ; line .therefore; dethroning chalr.and Wishart was'waiting, in the of .the, objects of the trip ,was, to. secure -
.
''' .... .. "
1i 1; ; ureaeoninj' !power these" office ,Burton, who had 'a' grievanceagainst material and sketches for articlesto {: ? t:

," %.';;': : have otherwise poaMarod.. .. the dentist, whose name is published in a well-known maga -S
: ; i makeT Nichols came to the ,door and askedif. 1 .r :,is 11
;plane)!they : moet zine.The t 1.1'. l
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f. : der; in tactily admitting" Nichols was in. Wishart replied .party started. from the head of

; _:[ >!; ::: :: :';:( f this reclamation 'at a that,he 'was*, and Burton, thinking it Harney River with a launch and canoe \ .

, r.;: ;-J,; ; :, ID'these days of favori- was, Nichols who spoke, 'fired a'load and came in' as near a direct line as
:J. : : : possible to this.'' city, consuming four L
and
grafts:.all practical from, a shotgun into Wishart's heart,
It .t,:t' that 'any branch of public killing him instantly. days' .time in making the trip. No ;4 ,

; "-:: state, county i municipal, Burton difficulties were encountered only
"As fired he called out:
:";;'r : : '... '
i1". ;and under one alligator was seen on the route
J cheaper, ; con '
; : : :; ; 'Nichols, you; have ruined my wife.
I : ; the, priDclpa1'or initial The Messrs. Dimock have been in ,
.' Wishart came to Florida from Lum- '
: : this section before their first trip having
&
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! ?; : berton S. C.. eight years ago. He .: :
.: ;#\ or can have the faintest been made In 1883 but theic work -

-r f. : : the'cost of'this attempted owned, considerable property on the has been confined mostly to thp west ti :-. 41":
i
'i t west coast He was married to his '
; annum, .nor of the length coast.
; i; ; which this 'aeseeement and second wife,' Mrs. Mary A. Norwood, The manatee shipped to the New CAPT. w. W JACKSON.
$ : of .this city few months ff\ and
z this acreage, tax not exceed York Aquarium from this place three
ifJ besides leaves three and two Suferiags Protracted aid Sever*
her sons
: per acre may endure. It weks ago was captured by these gentlemen *
f b- daughters.. His daughters only. Tried Every Known,, Remedy
were
iUng1y'called a "Kathleen and presented to that, institution Withs
.; l 2. < : ;'assessment; one of the "it- a few feet away when he was killed. as a gift, notwithstanding the.fabulous out Relief -Striota Stomack

t: 4 "The funeral will take place at Cured by Three Bottles,efPtrwtal
; and-it-may-be-forever". tales printed in regard to the
\ : Sutherland tomorrow. price they received. Cap&.W. .Jackson,705G Bt N.W.
:.
; : all due deference to these ."W shari was: highly esteemed here Washington, D.Gn writes

:\. i than.thon" "I am eighty-Urea years old, s .
I : : drainage com and his death caused much sadness.
.
f ': thus Florida Man Has a Narrow Escape veteran of the Black Hawk, llexicau
are usurping and
'r if: About ten days ago, P. 0. Rlckman; and the Civil Wars. I am by: protonS_
separate and distinct Legis Fine New Mango.
'
who is running a. locomotive on a a physician, bat abandoned the tame."Someyean .
; I l, and Executive! branches. ,(Palm Beach News.) ago I ws seriously

f.1. as' presumed by that There has been exhibition in Id- railroad in Cuba, between Camagueyand fected with catarrh of the ttomacb. '
''
t ;-: .! ial atom, the Constitution, 'Santiago, had a narrow 'escape My suffering wen protracted and
t" F. { ::\ suggest that they ner & Son's show window this week from a dreadful death. Some wretch severe. I tried every known remedy(
: one of the largest and, said to be without obtaining relief.
'
:
' FW the, earth"earthy,'! and just finest known. had opened a switch on a short curve "/a desperation I began the flU of.

> .:,;;_ .make mistakes as ordinary mangoes which caused Mr. RIckman's engine J'OU'PeruD& I began to realize lot' .

f,. ff.:;,.: jast'.as "hnmannm. est This specimen was raised at the going at high speed to run into some mediate though gradual Improvement.

.{ r< < "to forgive' divine," and United States Experiment Station box cars, giving him a terrible jolt. "After the use of three bottle every
,
J grounds near Miami and sent to J. appearance of my complaint YU removed
. beg their,forgiveness Seeing the crash .coming, he reversedhis
; ,, B. Beach of this city. It was about and I have no hesitation In recommending
them that the
:: to
threw the
power lever, but the shock
> what might be' called ordinary it M an infallible remedyfor
t 1- ,:: ; too much for any mango turottle wide open the engine jumpedthe that dlso er.-W.Jackton. '
, r shape, only very much larger, as it
,
,
J. "' any country claiming to be track, ran into the woods and Address Dr. B.Hartman, President
; weighed 18 1-2 ounces.It .
. :;: plunged against a large tree cuttingit of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus
! -:; amendment is now being was what is known as the Sun. Ohio.
off. The concussion when the
clear '
i j' :;t one newspaper in 'every dersha mango a native of Ceylon, India ,
' tree was struck gave him a second 1905-6 ending May 31, 1906. Of celery -
r and every unbiased, and it is claimed to be one of the
r ; -. mind who thinks of its rarest and choicest varieties man terrific shock but, fortunately he escaped 15,077 crates were hauled by express .'
any serious Injury and so did and 108,873 by freight making
rj ,; ,: come to the inevitable goesin, the world. "
''r .;t.::. this drainage commission As Dade County, is one of the best his passengers. Mr. Rickman's homeIs a total of 123,950 crates. The total

rf f p on Alligator Creek, four miles out amount received for celery tab. Ban'i 2,
'r < event .of the ratification of places to raise mangoes there is, it

".; :;.'.: : ; n be'clothed.;with power is to be congratulated on its possession Irom Punta Gorda.-Punta Gorda ford was 21704250. Of lettuce 2V- '..;ji

. : i"U and unprecedented in a and good prospects of the propagation Herald. 762 crates were sent by express and ,

.; j ; of government. of this valuable fruit. 38,401 crates by freight the total being .c
-
'
.1 ; the'drainage of the Ever- Sanford's Celery and Lettuce 60,163 crates. The total amount 3.
!I"r Steamer.A I
It redound to incalculable Rescued a George C. IcDougal, of Sanford, realized by shippers for lettuce was

II 11. 11'"; ,whole state of Florida, and Pensacola dispatch to the Times- furnishes the Sanford Chronicle witha 9024450. The total amount realized

h & our duty to be thus frank Union says: "After drifting about the statement compiled by Trainmaster for lettuce and celery was $307,267.A ;

t lj in this admission. But, in Gulf for three days in a disabled and McArthur of the Atlantic Coast Line' few more such prosperous seasonsas
:
justice and common sense, helpless condition the Austrian Railway, of the celery and lettuce ship- the last and the Sanford section ""
:4.. "fish of and fowl of the
one from New Orleans ments '
steamer Margherita from Sanford for the season: of will be wealthy.
; ,the reclamation of these
today
for Marseilles reached port
enhance the taxable values
In tow oj the British.steamer Rip-
1 '
; which alone can reduce the I 4
X n Florida Female
i throughout its entire lingham for Gulfport, which sighted College
i the steamer last Friday, three hun

' dred miles southeast of Pensacola, and
that the many thousand TALLAHASSEE, FLA.IT .
went to her assistance. The Margherita -
, e Jands lying within this ,' .*
with a general cargo had been POSSESSES IT EMBRACESf ?
drainage district can never
out from New Orleans about three Ideal location, College of Liberal Arts, "
earthly for
any use except
oseS. Their present value days when the propeller was disabled.A Excellent equipment, School for Teachers,

j range would be diminished survey will be held tomorrow and Standard curriculum, School of Music, vocal and 'lustreSpacious -

I enhanced. Bat, if this the disabled steamer will be libeledin gymnasium, mental, including pipe organ, new

6: is ratified these lands will by the master of the Riplingham Heated swimming pool, instrument,

!' tY, for an indefinite period in a cause of salvage." Twenty-acre campus School I of Industrial Arts, includingDomestic
High t moral environment,
exceeding; ten cents per Science and Art,
'' Admiral college spirit,
THE SOUTH'S WEALTH.
School 1 of .
to enhance the value of the Expression.Young
"4 Steam heat, electric light.
; other people at the expense (Southern Farm Magazine.)

i : of these prairie lands. Increase in the assessed value of ladies contemplating entering the College this Fall should write at once

when we acknowledge the property In the South In the past five for dormitory room. Session begins Wednesday, September 26, and continues

' this territory entirely prac years is shown in the following table: eight months.For .

', the amendment is a Alabama-1900, $270,408,432; 1905, catalogue and detailed information write to

& the rights of"acquiring( and $344,224,221. A. A. MURPHREE, President.

; guaranteed by the Arkansas-1900, $201,908,783; 1905 -. --- --_.- .-- --- ---
the elate, and ought! to be
;? 290576108. Spend the Autumn Months in the

r serious Florida-1900, 96,686,954; 1905
no objection to am
rewarding a horde of 131436593. TENNESSEE MOUNTAINSREACHED

{ for either past or future Georgia-1900, $433,323,691; 1905
S 'j. )", but we do strenuously $577.967.938. VIA- .
confiscating the property
such debts.Jacksonville Kentucky-1900, $640,688,240; 1905


4i'-',; e Mry Expense $396,821,157.$795,771,834.Louisiana-1900, $276,659,407; 1903 Illt n ST.f. wm RAILWAY


of colic and diarrhoea
ty hol1' warning and prompt Maryland-1900, $616,719,782; 1905, Round trip tickets at very low
z- be obtained. There is no 705,561,456.
until
4 incurring the expense of a rates on sale daily Sept.
Mississippi-1900, $215,765,947 1905
;
{' service: in such cars if 30 limited to Oct. 31 1906 '
Colic, Cholera and Diarr 284343137. ,

;,1 f"'. : is at hand. A dose of this North Carolina-1900, $306,579,715; Write for beautifully illustrated folder of resorts reached by this line
a $, relieve the patient before a
1905 $460,521,670.
arrive. It
; has never been
i: even in the moat severe South Carolina-1900, $1 iC. ,22.2Sg;
: DIXIE FLYER ROUTETo
A4u\ cases and no family should 1905 220224505.
For sale all
f by druggists
; Tennessee-1900, $396,363,566; 1905.

s..i- ,. dealers. 445832036. St. Louis, Chicago and All

,
J:
.' ;.,, Texas-1900, $914,007,634; 1905 $1- and

t .4 i I IA 139,022,730. Points West NorthwestThrough t

:: '' and Crijlflrffl Virginia-1900, $480,425,025; 1905 Pullman Drawing Room Buffet Sleeping Cars. Only through line to

: $554,188,687.West Chicago. Leaves Jacksonville at 9 p. m. e
.
1- '::... Han Alwajs BnU Virginia-1900, $240,634,580; For further information, rates, etc., call on or write to

:. 1905 332948351. COLE DANLEY

II ', :: f Totals-1900) $5,266,594,044; 1905 1'lorlda.Pauenger Agent

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_____ { : : : _"d Wkaoatt' sr.a.efflorid&aad vne were .agreedavotetrtaneiftlM eo _reeedaef ....... .,.._.....bf&4.; .
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"- .. ;':t -t-: .,.' "- ',"- ",- !- :,.. "> eboted to each BOOM; that the vote'oa said become a.i be the.ertefr*., ,:

.i..O" .. .J.. ;.,.0.:, ." :; : : EbleyJ4YDePaa; t:oia' Joint BraohtioBK wen catered:poa their ord.herein provided". alt ofeenef wtieriatiaal \ ; ;
:
: : : eeape ir.Jaaraa>'witavyes. andnayathereon court of; neort ahaB be ofteea .of: : "'-'.-
..' ,-.j-., -," -. -"''. :"'-' f'1J ..,." .. "' .;'"'II..<,. '-.,..t-' ,. #00""C..., .:.....W ;and they did deteauae and;direct such eounof'record sari tiscfcsm tbe tetitst* < : ;

-_"'.''. .,",.., ,!,' :;j'i' 2lf .o.i''i ':,.t1-" } i I Iij:........ "-wtd1 JIll., ; that the laid Job& l tioM be lobmittedto and receive the emetamenttt of ssat en &.the; > -1:g <:*'
; : ... .. .
SSsS*" *'Jiit' !-= -- '''>r'" -< ;: Selector* of the State at-tb* OcBeralBectien fiipi ratim of their present tore of ottct.', '
-
..,.,P.. .. ... ..". '_. .-. ... .::...,Confederatesr. '-. ..... :. .I& ''''' DMf..:' ,. ia Havember. ttfiS/* \_,"-- .- '. ? eetioa!1.- The said tout" jad : : k', ;r

'. __ .'.:IT ,.'AII'.:.;;>,, ..,". ,...., j :t' "D.'r ChamMafd.-E..Tke: NOW.-TBEUFOULJtCUYC1\W.. laveJexcIUEi original jorfidietiaa of tuetim.. ,_c.
.. oMa:. <" ':t' + FOBD Secretary of State of the State.of teal cases, not capital which shall arise in Iila:;;: :, .
: V1
,
v : !>
iit
neither
:.9ltt _L. ., cohortC ityfir. ; ", thle j overturnedndv.. .. Florida do cambia county, aad shall; have in Esoj&hi,
?..' ," .' 'f.' $ .. -"" -..' : > ; 8.y.:' :;. "" :'"' > ,. hereby give_ .notice that, a .,_
..'r _;:': ".\',." -. -- X bambiahj rz
,
t< 'GENERAL'ELECTIONwill Cim Judge of said eonnty the same raiginalnrisdlctionof -

," ,',_ ... ''f.fit.w : "" --,,,n"-:"*batj= .Judge- "? ;v-C3iamblala- if: all other case and mattensa. *!"-,
'"' ,--., !. 1ri-;<; ,,1ftIjd-<'; .... e4 ,.. :*teach'shore'cj'i, board be held in::each Counts FJo-ricm em thedrcusteoartanddreajudgeofaaideotnw.: i'U.
.- 1-" l"I.fl.\; r-. '-'' DePaW Tuesday next. succeeding the first Monday in .and the same power to iaue writs of mandamus "i ;'
;t'1IaI'IW. Wtb waterjtjct
:':b '.:"l. <, ''if'h.:::.'''.'-'' ...'.' A.1; f" ",;;... : :c ..-),-.;.. v"", ,.. >>,,,:= November A. D..'1906, the, said Tuesday being injunction, quo'warranto,. eertiorari, : s:
.7-.C ;
'
"" ,: :" i:; ":waa'recovered late la the day the prohibition habeas corpus and all writs proper ;. '
_! '!..4.I'! !;;i "_'.. .r".7"......"."a;' '' -.:h.y .-,r' >... "' and to the complete exercise .of "f'
necessary
.[:" .jrIf _;\ .i gtTampa;has been" -..bbd;1-n. ,,beheld' ,<<-atdreherzto: : SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER their jurisdiction as the circuit: court and dr:. : ;;; '
F '
,
,, ., :
!(' : -'. \'; ."' ,( thearrinl of relatives; tome. of cult judge of said county,: except the' .. ;' .
powerand
;. .,, .; ',," ,' ..JIao',. .:TaeteACB In.* ,the peni : : -.i'S-> s-. j,. J- i- --- for the ratification or ejection of the said ,authority to summon. and empanel, a. :__ :
""f ; ',reNorth.- Joint Beeolntions proposing Amendments to '
.10 "\Judet.G NOJ J "u cthT grand jury.
; "" .-1I' '- the Constitution of the State of Florida via ,
;;
..
'Z :
"' '"' v.- i'''''''' ! .
;:' ...Itb.--- ; @ $veteran; bear!_hunter.1' Duncan eanrt in each year. -

B tt $> i 1 2J : : Q;; tai .'returned,,from' ARTICLE XXVUL Section: 43. There shall be for said'courts
just a t
,, toot mi
Pet
; aa6tcttrrers .
4 ...:. ..,- v-i- ,..<..-_. ; .' That the following amendment Article prosecuting attorney who shall be appointed 4
..: ,twoed... 'statement:,that lee eta. -day hunt;on .Jumper Creek', In XYI of the Constitution of the State of Florida by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate
: -**- w -7'Jt v *> -- -ic northern this county. He be and it fa to and shall and who shall hold his office fur four "
of
,
"r ..._. anaf ctQrea:and detisered In vend years _
electors
.
His
, < be submitted to the of the State at compensation shall be fixed by law. :
.) ..'. i. _,1ttorliN, thw. '.O''cent, --a, 1i n:.' accompanied by' ,'hia_,son, C. Jr; Mc- the general election, to be'held on the first Section 44. All offenses triable in said court J
.p.- .. .'> .- :;.,-)" oaadLw--' iv1'::;." ,fl?" !)ff ,."and;C. ',G. Megargee., There Tuesday after the first Monday in NovemberA. shall be prosecuted upon information under $'

'!F.::.. ::.: : :!:>-" "F' ;' ";. : i : also:on the. hunt:'G.'V(.' Marsh D.1906, for ratification or rejection., oath to be filed by the prosecuting attorney.bat v
E --. .. : !" ''Jaek8 n r'oiHlllsboro, has ; Section a:. The Governor .the Comptroller the grand jury of the circuit court for said
'
:i : .' : i
. '
. '" > r 4'f.. --- <- L. D. Marsh. The latter named the State Treasurer the Attorney; General county may Indict for any offense triable in
:_, : _
(. ",",,,. ..;.__":,SAS.sicckss"of" feedstuffs;shippedbecause eman and the Commissioner of Agriculture of the:court of record. 'Upon the finding of such
the 2d
killed on'
Thursday .
, <- v- ,"sy'Sto: -\t.,fiimip";'bnelness itrm: : theTtticlea".failed. the State of Florida and their successors in indictment the circuit judge shall commit or *
_
r "" .,.: i-\' "" ::' ,' -...'. --" O : t, _a bear:,.weighing' 400, pounds. office,are hereby; constituted and designated bail the accused for trial in the court of reo- a
,. .tJ" -:, :: '. .to eome'up'to' the warrantedtanalyaiitand .-. k" : also>killed on this- hunt sea board of drainage commissioners, and are ord,'which trial shall be upon information.
were
t ;'- IforniuU: ;as re hereby authorized and empowered to establish Section 43. The clerk child court shall be.
.
_, .
.
t ';/' "'" --: rattlesnakes one measuring 6 feet elected the electors -
= < k ; a system of canals, drains levees, dikes by of. Escambia county i
.:. !yttlnired by; the Ftorldaliws.Fs : : ;:one" 7, '1-2 feet This was a bad and reservoirs of such dimensions and depth, aDd shall hold office for four ;years, and his #
as in the judgment of said board of drainage compensation shall befixed by .law. The
,.Themarriiige of;Mifls Mattle'Viola '
,
i ; : "for snakes." Mr. Duncan Mc- commissioners is deemed ad visible, to drain sheriff Escambia county shall be the exec -
. "- 4i"vglnson,, daughterot'- Mr. and Mrs : : Y' la .80 yearn of age- and: the and reclaim the swamp and overflowed lands tin officer of said ,court, and his duties and
r' /i # F. Pinson"of'Tallahassee:'to'Hon. ; ; ; : within the State of Florida, or such parts or fee shall be fixed by law ,
t bearhirnter te. the State., He Section &6. The rules s
portions thereof as is deemed best by said same of procedureand
'Vi Iet.W ue. private secretary' tofltfpvernor the. endurance' of ,a young I board of drainage commissioners from time to practice which obtain in the circuit court:

l Broward took place:In' the ; 'Eustls time, and to provide for the irrigation of the of the county shall obtain in the court
.. .. Lake-Region. I lands reclaimed and to maintain such canals pf record, and all laws relative to criminal t
L .. -Capital City Wednesday afternoon.'; I drains, levees, dikes, and reservoirs in such courts of record,except a*otherwise vided-
! l' Musician hear of a new white fly remedy. manner as will be most advantageous to the herein, shall apply to and control the court
That: steamship
British ;
-' experimenter from'Fairview claims territory; so drained, the State of Florida; its of record. Change of venue may be had from
; 1i jibTch sailed Jrom'. Pensacola Satur i : inhabitants and the commerce thereof. he court of record to the circuit court of another -
'il"" ; [ ; has discovered,method of Inocu Section 33. That the board of drainage county for the same causes and under-

;;<<. i. "';;da1', "carried "as, part, of.her cargo ;: the 'orange trees with certain commissioners are hereby authorized and the laws providing for changing the venue

:. y -1,000,000 ;'pounds"of,leaf r tobacco,"con? empowered to establish drainage districts and from the circuit court; of one county to the
PL-1" I : : nts :which,, act' upon ,the tree fix the boundaries thereof in the State of flor- circuit court of another county. The Gov-
I lto importer if Liverpool:An-: does vaclne Titus upon the indi ida. That the"board of drainage commis ernor may in hia discretion order the circuit

{L I her item In theca o. was: ,469,180, i turners be and it is authorized and empower judge of Escambia county or of any other-
<> ; o'J : In fact, that by Introducing ed to prepare a list or lists of all the alluvialor county to hold one or more terms or parts of

:! .."," J.zt K.:pounds; '. cf.ros1L' 1 remedy at the base of the tree swamp and overflowed taxable lands terms of the court of record. Any civil cause.
- # within such drainage district or districts in the court of record may be tried before a'
; ": ;:; ;" yAt;: -the. Instance of the'sanJ.t&f1' com'rnlttee r the bark it' will enter the cir and levy thereon an acreage tax referee or in case of the disqualification of"the

r"': 'w\tt ,:.!a ', .,. ..of. the',city of.Mlaml/the. members 1 ; : tlon", and its effects are 'visible not .exceeding ten cents per acre per annum judge of the court of record, may be tried
h r to be'' filed annually by said boardof by a judge ad litem, or may be transferred to
of the Board of Public Works
a : :: the very tips of the outermost drainage commissioners, and the varioustax the circuit court of Escambia county or any
,
t ,. ,,lave been made .tref ndanta 'in, theMunicipal I b White fly will neither feed assessors of the various counties embracedin other county, in the same way and according:
Court the charge. of violating I part or in whole within such drainage district to the same provisions govern such -
i 1 on : nor lay eggs updn the leaves of i or districts shall receive such list or lists ceedingsIthedreuitcoartofEBcambfacoun.. -

t! i the, city health.laws rby'dump- l e so inoculated, 'according to and enter the same upon the tax rolls of the t)'. .

J ins-garbage within the,city ,limits.fThe .. I county or counties in which such lands may Section 47. The Supreme court of toe State .
!t F .' r' .. the Inventor says He.has tried lie and the amount so levied by the board of shall have appellate jurisdiction in all cases : &J

rT'dil. ... : ,Republican 'organization'. of now during .iwo hatchings, and' drainage commissioners in such manner and at law and in equity originating in the courtof x
. ,: > form as may be prescribed by the board of record and in cases of conviction of felony;
i :thi Florida through Hon. Henry S. Chubb ; pit Is a'sure thing. He is,go drainage commissioners from time to time, in the court of record. The circuit court of

}.r' chaitnian'ofthe, : Florida.State Central h : to try to convince Government which amounts shall be collected by the various cambia county shall have final appellateurisdictionof -
: tax collectors of the counties wherein all misdemeanors tried in the f -
JI1 ,' Committee, has recommended C. now here that' he has the rem- such levies have been made as other taxesare court pf record. All appeals or writs of error

tf << Lynch to be postmaster at Gainesville, .-Orlando Reporter-Star. collected in accordance with law,and pay prosecuted from the court of record, whether :.
over said amounts collected to the board of to the Supreme Court or Circuit Court shall .a
Y:1 vice George J.Arnow. deceased. The a drainage commissioners, said commissioners be prosecuted in the same way and according

'Jr ,;::" ; appointment will likely.be made withIn the shall have a lien superior to all other liens to the same rules as govern such proceedingsfrom
, ,. $ upon the taxable lands in any such drainage the Circuit Court to the Supreme Court.
lii.h.. ten days. (Tropical Sun.) districts to be enforced by tax levy, for the Approved June 6. 1905.ARTICLE .
'
;n" \ \ Brown man '26 cost of any work done under the provisions XXXIL
years
1 : *- Gary, a'Joung Sweeting a West Palm
hereof or done prior to the adoption of this
'
L ?i/: : :, : old-formerly of Alachua County, but 4'V' negro, was fishing in' the ocean, amendment; under the provisions of an act of XVII That of the the following Constitution amendment of tlfe to State Article.of ,
the in 190?.
: : ::1CrB 'Ume bookkeeper for the' firm two miles out last Saturday, Section Legislature&L That passed the, board of drainage Florida be, and the same is hereby agreed tI). #

1 1rt'-i ; ;6f'Brown'.& Moody at Perrlne. Dade :: did not notice the approach of a commissioners be and it is authorized to exercise and shall be submitted to the electors of thaState
at the general; election in 1906 for ratification

; tf.. ;, County, committed suicide Sunday steamer until jt was very near the right of eminent domain in the con- or rejection: ,
demnation of land for the location of its canals
; : night shooting himself through the b Sweet- Section 1. Either branch of the Legislature* 1
5 by. The ship passed so near drains levees, dikes and reservoirs for

1;t;;' take and such land it
,
use as pending
t :.. 1.with an incurable')malady, and It: is of letters to him and ask that condemnation proceedings, deem may necessary same be agreed to by three-fifths of all then
; members elected to each
__ ; ': thought this led to the awful deed.. letters be mailed and the steamer for such ,Purposes and in ascertaining the amendments shall be entered house such proposed their
respective
upon -
c ; compensation to be paid for such land or rightof
rr Wl' the letters was a card Journals with the yeas and nays and
Superintendent Goode way benefits to be derived from such
: Road
County shall be published in '
one newspaper in each
drainage shall be considered by the jury. I
.
;
read as follows: '
, .: a .' stated this morning that he is now Section 35. The Legislature may providefor county where a newspaper is published, for

, working about. fifty 'men, the greater Whom Concerned: the assessment of benefits derived by lands one general month election immediately of preceding the next.
Representatives, at which
; mail the enclosed letters by reason of such drainage and the collection ;,
of them coloredin building election the same shall be submitted to the
majority
Ife: : thereof; the proceeds therefrom shall be paidto ;
electors of the State for
report Nicaraguan steamer approval or rejection.
rock road between the board of drainage commissioners to be
the' county '
tif1 new If of the
a majority electors
voting {
as passing, bound to Graytown used by them for such drainage purposes. upon R-
:, Cutler and Homestead a distance of Approved May 27, 1905. the amendments at such election shall adopt
San Juan del Norte Nicaragua. the amendments the same shall become
,,' eighteen miles. Six miles of the distance a part : -
2t ARTICLE XXIX. of the Constitution. The proposed amendments *
"C
F. MILLE
{ have been completed, the work shall be so submitted aa to enable the
had been "Master' Steamer Blanco." That Section nine ((9)) of Article five (5)) of electors to vote on each amendment separate
) lt'W. t expected 'on' account of great Quant ; lng and the same is hereby.amended so as to readas at which this is submitted or heretofore .

rock: and other catching the letters, because his follows, viz: adopted by the electors are hereby-declared apart
'_ F: 'ttef of. : being used' boat dangerously rocking "Section 9. The salary of each Justice of of the Constitution from the date of the
was
,work necesary In c ossing the various the Supreme Court shall be four thousand adoption of the same.
{ : Metropolis. the swell of the steamer, but ($4,000) dollars a year. The salary of each Approved June 6,1905 -
'f prairies.-Miami Circuit Judge shall be three thousand five The
in bringing them to the votes cast in compliance with said pro
ds. '., Colonel 'and Mrs.'Albertus Vogt and hundred ($3.500)) dollars a year." posed amendments, and the canvass declarations .
"'f' Palm Beach postofflce, where That the foregoing amendment to Section and returns thereof shall be subjectedto
it children are now residents of Lake- i 9 of Article V of the Constitution is hereby the
.... : were mailed. To the receivers, ; same regulations and restrictions as are* f
"-fi{ lanuV-temporarily, at .least-being'located agreed to and the same shall be submitted to provided by law for general elections in the)
:;t; .. I letters, post marked West Palm the electors of the State for approval or rejection state of Florida.IN .

at the Tremont Colonel Vogt will be the occasion of some at the next general election of repre- TESTIMONY WHEREOF I have here- -

p 'is of the prominent figures in the sentatives as required by Section 1, Article unto set my hand and affixed the
\ one *
:1 and wonderment owing to XVII of the Constitution. [L S.] Great Seal of the State of Florida,at
tk;( i.'atoOf: Florida's development having I I unusual circumstances appertain- Approved Hay 31.1905. t Tallahassee, the Capital this first

tf ,been the discoverer of phosphate to mailing them. ARTICLE XXX. day of August A. D., 1906.
H. CLAY CKAWFOKD,
-.,' and otherwise'aaoclated, with the That the following amendment to ArticleV Secretary of State.

progresa.of: the State's leading Indus- Why Fret Mid Worry of the Constitution of the State of Florida To J. P. BROWN Sheriff Brevard CouUy.
Eft'if relative to the Judiciary Department to be Titostille.t'la.] .. Aug. 3-
:' tries. He is now engineering some your child has a severe cold. Yon numbered Section 39 of said Article V. be and -- -

and deals and not fear pneumonia or other pul- the same is hereby agreed to and hall be
estate phosphate
k real diseases. Keep supplied with submitted to the electors of the State at the BOBBINS
.
pending the consummation of these Horehound Syrup-a positive general election to be held on the first Tuesday -

will make Lakeland.his headquarters. for colds, coughs whoopiru car mL'li after the first Monday in November, A. .
bronchitis. Mrs. Hall oi Sioux I): !!!Wi. fur ratification or rejection to-wit: & GRAHAM t:

,
The annual of the
Lakeland NQwL.r Section 3D. salary
S. D. writes "I have used '
: your -- .
1 judges each of the Crimina Courts of Record CO. s
The amusement features of the coming Ballard's Horehound Syrup. now, or hereafter to be, established shall }

l a state 'Fair at Tampa will be superior my children for five years. Its rtt been wonderful.! Sold by lied court is established and shall be as follows; Tins company owns lands I
to.those,of any Fair held in the Pharmacy. In counties less than fifteen thousand population in the Indian: River Country ,

,South. President. T. J..L. Brown of -- one thousand dollars; in counties of ,on the St Lncie River
; will 'spend 'the OAS-rOREA.: : from fifteen thousand to twenty-five thousand at New River and ou Bifrcayne '
the Fair Association, ito Altars Bad population. fifteen hundred dollars; in counties Bay.
three weeks on a tour, of tba of from twenty-five thousand to thirty- 'it
:
next two or
: high- : rQ;; five thousand population, two thousand d..l- PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. i
y the big'attraction centers, and lars; and in counties of more than thirty-five/ Send for land list.OrricrsAT '

class shows wilt be 'secured, regardless thousand population, twenty-five hundred .
dollars. hereby repealing and all partor
Absolutely nothingof NOTICE Of APPLICATION I any TITU3VILLE AND MIAMI. ; e'r
j of expense ; parts of the said Constitution in conflict

'common nature will Permit to Sell Liquor, Wia and herewith. -
shoddy or
a Beer. Approved June 8,19x5.ARTICLE ENNIS & FORTT1TUSVILLE .
: be' the amusement grounds. tBlacrllg
allowed on Horace Y. Pitts has filed with XXXI. .A --, '
The horse racing will .be finer than board of county' commissioner for Bre-
;k larger will be county, Fla., his application for permit That the following amendments to ArticleV and Repair Work
purses
before as ( liquors, wines and beer in election dis of the Constitution of the State of Florida,
:
r offered, and 'none. but running races 2 of said county and state; any citizen of relative to the Judiciary; Department, to be ... v r l ....,-1 R ru:... 1.r..
election district may show cause, if any numbered Sections 40. 41, (2. 43. 44,45, 48 and
will be run. be, at the meeting of the board to be 47, of said Article V, be and the same are FLA. t t

of Chicago, and Lake .on Tuesday the 4th day of September hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to -
: A. 8. Alfred \ permit should the electors of the State at the general election Wagons made and repaired Horse Shoeinr

? '. Geneva, Wls, was in this city last ( bit grsate&A. to be held on the first Tuesday after the specialty. Work from any part Indian

'z Mondayto; look after { A. STKWAST. first Monday in November. D., 1908.for River or anywhere in the county; will receive '
week> returning of the Board of County Commissioners, ratification or rejection to-wit: our careful attention. We stand the freight : '
-( his orange and pecangrove.. Mr. Al- County Florida. Section 40. There shall established in one way and guarantee to give you sati fae. t

i ii: fred showed us some large pecans .By OA. SWart, D.C. the county of Escambia whenever the voters tion. Send ns your work. .iF rii


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"' :- i" ""' to pay the amount due the town Titusville ,town taxes : :
!;:;; ; _..j 4'. ":": ". .fa"luYtressesfwas'>shown gether with the costs of such sale and advertiiing: '--. : } djiJ
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g "'-*'>.'.tC M* wJU:be. neces- wbat.1 ort'of a'stall be .waa .to be ..,, :* DESCBIPTIOJr g'1 w Rf-I'i
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1ed e 4!down|In for, "thiJgbt, be I. :
itimolirlg1ereW< : : -#: backed TigorbjMljr and,said'to the moatderultvemaalierhe i Y. .. .. ', .. ] .2. $4.:I .JI : :.:<,'.i:. .;--1

:s 114" 1 : jft4. r Id'concrete. : could eummon: ? ': Po ': :. :1\ ..; .
110srrr rw.., tW '""' '-- : '- Unknown..._.. _. .Part of W.1 of S.'E.t Des D, B. 41Cpajre '' <. <:. ,:-t. ; '
A-- "Looknattthatchaiir! Liable to fan ,
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'h -OQIf.'.....,-Z _,--. 33 01 M .' J,48, ,. 51 "4 :'.;
: .ItOlsoa" ;' .say.tepltia'W1I1be i ... carried,- < downeve: ': If..t'".bang .,my shirt,on itTheirash K. D.,Griffis.__:.__... Lot D of BlockS,:"DesJ B. 4tJG"; _, ;., -r-"<'l ; .
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.., L1: : : pitcher Is fatally cracked, and "' page 227! Bice's Addition, to TituaN.'j'of'Block I'

_ !$ '-'d Imneya,, /. ornament the howl has a scallop as big as a sum> 'ville";_:'0.-:_;_ __._... _..... S3 35,; ,it. 1 ,?
i1 deel ifnsiwill:>e'm6ldcd;;with:;theTrfcole'aBd U _knO'WD--_ 1, Titos' Addition. ;:;;: ;;.
v ttiooften : :met: aqnaah..: The car'pede' foil of holed : .....',..........__.__-._.;' SI 21' 36 r 1 n' i :1a
3 ;: ;f the ;:tbltr insWe cupboards,;Jlre- and'dlrtyi;
!: ;i r : flfwli -tbedifldalmU lacgaata yiugldl ,,ornamentalbial been rubbed off*the back of the looking tlon to Titnsville;-_.__ ;-_..._ at 21 as ;, 2 -- '" '-iii
y iiaS be abte to ltt er>tf laaatelplecea.aad:TeD bat> -. Luanda Tuttle.___... All Block 6 (except: lot 5)) Titaa'Ad.'i
'sus a iba_ l te' et idlhctea ,tbs'wIB be farmed fa the onetst ofwbklitbe glass,:that I'look as,If I had the.smallpox dition to Titusville. :-::._... $1 2t S3' !. -'"
: *jb1teie ueiepo i'fte eiuisofidthe .The cover on: :the .washstand has UDnoWD.J.,___ Part Lots 8, % & 1X( Block "F," Des
_; art.y' ; boore'pieper will<:' be'madft.la :. been on.tbere.tor.two' long. hard busy. D.'B. 11'page 260.._..._--______ a ti S3 2 C6! r' ,
fact-3hebdnebwill'ge:: so,complete. Smith,Lyon& Held__ Part Lots 8 and 10, Block F. Des D. .
and the bed looks like
ttat'wnan;the'mold'is'removed theantalauoA *. dirty,years, : a .' B "BE page 431._.__..,...._... $ 22 IS 1
? .. swayback horse with a. thin, blanketover'lt J. A. Coleman____...i... N. 100 feet Lot 1, Block G......_...... a:3, &i .atilt.;. .
__ :# ; }. ri eobiti is due* a dlwased condition of'tbaf ofeJectrle, cwlres,; ;window. If I were to try to sleep on J. A. Coleman..._.__.. S. part of Lot. 1 .(S., of N. 150 feet) ,_ :j
ktfwys and btodder,and not to It btbin ii ecihesR, ;etfwUl>be:all that ,will:be. that bed'would""arise lathe morning Block G.__ ...._...._______ 1 22 3i.: t !!l;-.z. '"
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4qiost _e suppoioWontea necessajry :b Off i the 5-furnishers and L. A.ColemanW.. J of lot 2, Block G, Des D.B. "H" ..:_
% its e'a men axe aide misers6ta'.dt tafpetlayersmayto'WOrk.' Shen looking, :like. a waffle. The- "wall paper page S04,_.._i-- __.--..._ 322 S3 7)7+ .... '
_ >i'idlaiqand' :bladder trouble;- : 'wUt: be) is off in large.patches-In factijt; is off* Unknown.,.---..-- Lota 2 13 of Block 22._...._....... 322' 35'1' 288Unknown '
; ,raod,both need 4e'same= ; the<:piambh"Ud nsPIPInI In a bunch. The ceiling is cracked, and .....___....-,: All Block 23____...__......_..._ S 22 35 1 @I = ''.
_ greet3remgdy, .of concrete'molded. Inthe': original last Lizzie Sharp--: ______ Lot 5 of Block 24...._.._..___ 3 22 S5 1 01< .
'fhe-mtl aa6 t etimateffiaseftat.ofY ,if.As i practical demonstration' of what a yard. or so of plastering Is liable to Lucinda Tuttle_._.._ Lot 7 of Block 26._;.._.___._. 3 22 S3 > 136
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# Sa.Rotisaooa realist ilt is sold :: ,;the fall and smother me In the landslide Lucinda Tuttle_____. Lots 4. 5 and 6 of Block 29___._... .3 22. 55 -133 .1iJ
I-_* v. _-?,- -- ''" mar'befaccompllsbe4by' : process at.'any moment That, table is really Lizzie J. Tuck r......_ Lot 10 of Block' 29.___. .i..- .. S ? 85 t 33 ;:;
denar4 Eaison''has'bollt a-;complete chicken stand and couldn'tWrIte Dora Tucker_____-____ Lot 5 of Block E_, Fisher's Addition: ".r" ':' '- 11
_t sd oIiYou may1*veaS house lif nls.o WIT:back/yard;; molded only:a one night ( you to Titnsville........._._.:._____ 328S3 1 8S : .-

; .fr-K 'aaaspe bottb ,,assn 1D one solid:;'plece.out 'of concrete.. It .' on it if you bad two. men, standIng F. Moore__.;..__._. S. i of Lot 12, Joynerville Addition ., } .;,
} ebO = and holding it" to TitnsvilleN. .___.___.-___.__.._ S 22.85 18 .
$' rce, panpw tell E.oi.f IwaipboI.: has'many compartments and doorways By this the porter F. Moore ...;..._....... i Lot 16 & all lot 17, Joynerville =' ..
:: about n7 tochidlngi many of the :and decorated cornices'of Intricate de- time was very Addition to Titusville..____.._ S 22 S3 I 63. ..'
.. E tbInpD *;of tertmonial. received sign:, Of f t1 Edison said,--Members ofmlfamlllangbid ,tired and angry,.so be cried. out In his F. Moore _-.._____.... E.. | Lot 21 and all lots 22 &23. Joy "
frea sufferers eond: la writing lie I0hner when ,relation: nerville Addition to Tilnsville... a, 22"3S : t. 08 s1 "
4C a: Binght o* sure and ; J"- -at me' .' I told. wni t's right-kick kick! But I'll Anna Erring___....... Lot 5 (sub-div. Lot 38) Joynerville ..:' 'J
w laeatbn this paper: them I.wu'-soIDI.. to.make.; a chicken Addition to 3 22 35 r. '.183
coop- out of concrete, bot,they are- not bet a big dollar you're not used to any E. G. Harris......._.__. Blocks 34 35 & 36 (except 8. 100 ft. .4' -t
Dos",make shake 'bat remember better than this at home." "
; asyts laughing at ". Block 36) Des D. B. 0" page 228
me'now. *
i ale name,Swaaip. oot, Dr.Kilmer's Swamp ; "Young man." said the stranger in less E. 1} acres to E. B, Plat Book 1
k tea,, ;Bo*sad titre address, 8tgbamton,'N. Y., Tbe)'original cost ofcech'mbld, with Punktown bet Is I page 503_________._______..___... 4 233 4 66..
on evei7 bottle.) allJts component"parts, .the Inventor "your begging for E.G. Harris_..__.___.; S. part of Gov. Lot'1, Des. D. B. ''0" .

estimates'at $2W>00. ;From each Arnold, takers.... Tour proposition is too much page 283....__.....:._.....___. 423 35 268 '

,hoiweVer, be.. Jan unlimited. "numberofhorse& of i cinch to bet on. Things at home J. N. WALLER, Marshal and Tax Collector. "
are as bad as this if not worse. But Titusville.Florida, August 31st 1906. {
'J :HOLDING OF HOUSES ,, ,may be produced. Because ,.
ho'mefor
what does a man go away from
the' of be detachable
f--- parts a mold are to -
If not for a change of scene? I
It will be portable, and one mold
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; ct'tiA' -. hoped 1 would find something comfortable -
1 ,be with little from
may sent difficulty
d r t '.Edison Plans. ,a, 'Revolution.. :In town 'to town. About ninety houses and' 'clean .and perhaps even' WJNCHIJJUNUBLAcK"
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elegant at a hotel.
.Building Homes. could be'built in one year by the usef
Moved to tears of
compassion by reasonof
: a' single mold 'a( a cost of from
the man's honesty, the porter
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'" ? 1500: to 1600 a piece. -
LITTLE WQBK OR TIME HEEDED Edison says he believes bU plan will surreptitiously escorted him to ParlorA
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,. where things were much better, because :
home
that earthquake
provide a not even an ,
the wash pitcher had a shallow
,.can Destroy.Wonderful..
anveator_ Ian He,Cas, .Cut,a ,Itrme- crack, In it, and there was one upholstered

# t tan. of.: Concrete,' Complete' Ia KT- .. \. chair.-Strickland W. GilU.J : Loaded Black Powder Shells

Detail mmA Form Pro_ Oa. \ D In Judge. *
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i jF AH .re..o..bl Request. Shoot Strong and Evenly,
.Home* For WorklBK M.. \..t.aJ'l -
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:4 r 'Cost r of FTOM fSOO:to Boo.\ over the telephone Are Sure Fire,

e4 Whole houses. molded In a single castIng -. Brains were on her menu and she had ..y ; Will Stand Reloading.
tried of
a number butchers without
N ti, out of solid concrete'which will success.

' provide cozy homes for workingmen atr "Is. that 2GG?" anxiously."Yes. They Always Get The Game

cost of from $500 to GOO-mnc6, 4 ." r

rr less than the average .mecbinic.pays i "Have yon any brains?"
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For Sale
Everywhere.
today-la the goal which Thomas l "What

' y, JL Mlson is ,striving to reach' by ."Have you any brains today?"

's r a plan he' Is confident will work out, "Xo. no. nor came the testy reply.

t t snceestf nlly,'says the New York Press. ""Madam, you have made a mistake.

i Combined: with economy of construe--- ; This Is Dr. Smith's telephone.-Llp-

tlon and maintenance. the Inventor alms'. pincott's Magazine. i

'to. "embody architectural -beauty and QUEEN OF SEA ROUTESI

practical Indestructibility hi the project SUrntAeamee of Wedding Presents.

,, by which he expects to revolution. lvFbe wedding presents they received

; ,t lie present methods of erecting'' the Indicate that they, must have a large

? poor man's home. number of very kind friends."

Mr. Edison intends next year to'-make "Xot at all. Their wedding presents

i h! the first practical experiments In mold. indicate that they have a lot of acquaintances Merchants & Miners Trans. Go's .

each of whom is anxiousto '
,
w Ing solid concrete houses In .?New VII- "

lags, Warren county. N. J.. Just across exhibit greater lavishness than the
"But surely are the man I
ihe Delaware river from Ifcston. Pa. you gave others may alford.-Chlcngo Kecoru- STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN
some pie to a fortnight ago r
t One of the big Edison Industrial establishments Herald.
"Yes lady. I thought pYaps 10u'dlike
: is situated there and he -
r purposes to know I'm able to get about A Healing Gospel
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to, erect homes by the new processor
again."- The Rev. J. C. Warren of Sharon
Tatler.s pastor
,
/ the families of the hundreds of
Baptist. church, Belair, Ga., says of SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct
; employees of the plant. If he succeedsIn Ole UM of It. Electric Bitters: "It's a Godsend to .

demonstrating to the world the practicability "WllUetexclAimed his mother reprovingly mankind. It cured me of lame hack,'

vof the scheme he will take- u'he hurled a piece of stiff joints, and 'complete physical col Connections for
ateps to introduce it generally. toasted bread"across the table, lapse. I was so weak it took me half an -

Already he has' conceived every detail "Oh hour to walk a mile. TWQ bottles of
that's all right! replied the
boy.
r,., ; of the project. Four days:-at the "We're pretending this is a banquet" Electric Bitters have made me so strong Washington New York and Boston.
? outalde is the period that Edison estimates I have just walked three miles in 50 initiates ,
"Whats that '
to do with
got it? she and feel like .walking three more.
will be n cel8tll'1'to cast and demanded.
"
It's made of Greatest
a new man me. I
y .... turn out whole houses with from eight "Why, rm giving a toast," be remedy for weakness and all.Homach, Through tickets on sale at principal points.Acconkmodatlons .
to'ten rooms each complete almost
x' answered.-Chlcago Post. liver and kidney complaints. Sold under
every detail and ready to be furnished guarantee at Red Cross Pharmacy. Price and cuisine urpassed.
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and carpeted. The actual time for <
Efttlrel a ."t.ke.Chare1 50 cents. SEND FOR BOOKLET.H. .
pumping the concrete into a metallic
Camera only came In to
: mold will be only a few hours, and the Vast Wheat Crop.
i =f Test of the time will be'consumed In take Old one of your cows. The wheat crop in the Canadian C. VERY, Com'l Agent, Jacksonville.
Crumps-Oh did did
you you?
drying out and hardening the concrete. Well, Just let. me ketch you' doin It. northwest this year will be about 97- J. C. 'IBlTNEY, 24 V. P. It T.JI., W. P. TORN, P. T.B.,
Whole cities of,concrete. may be reared 000,000 worth, probably, $63,000,000.
Get off the farm, you cattle thief! You : GENERAL OFFICES, BALTIMORE, 10.
in the brief period of four days If --
city fellers talk as If cows was free
only enough molds and men are
pro
an' didn't cost
anything.-Xew York

vided.Mr. Edison thinks as many thought World. Tutt'sPills

i ful and fal'leetngmen think that the A Summer Romance. S BABDARD

s time is near. at. hand,: when. .the. world- .Summer Summer fellow.maiden. Chapter Full of one.fun.

must find some, substitute for brick. ItImalate the TORPID LIVER
*1
1- and lumber. The,yellow pine forests Moonlight evening. Naught to do. strengthen the digestive organs, AIRLINE RAILWAY.
of the United States will ,be destroyed Tender topics. Chapter two. regulate the bowels, and are un-

within fifty years If the present drain Sparkling diamond. Love will be equaled as anyANTIBILIOUS -FOR-

upon them Is maintained. The white Ever cherished. Chapter three. MEDICINE:,

E? S '' pine 'forests, too are. being thinned. August passes.!. Girl no more. In malarial districts their virtues Savannah Columbia Southern Pines '
Aside from, tremendous. consump- Likewise diamond. Chapter four. arc widely recognized as they possess ,
tion the price of lumber has advanced peculiar properties la freeing Richmond Washington Baltimore. !
80 much that It is necessary for builders Young man waken Heart to mend. the system from that poison. Elegantly ,
Lon next season? No! The end. sugar coated.
r to go stow about using wood In the New York
-Perrin* Lambert in Judge. Philadelphia
Take No Substitute. ,
;, quantity, heretofore the custom. The
I same\statement regarding prices applies Drat B. Bine

f to brick and.- In fact:, to most and lose all interest when help is within /1lq TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. .
reach. Herbine will make that liver

t. '. building Describing materials.. In defa'the plan he hast perform itsdoties properly. J. B. Vaughn, I'it RRYS SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL. fi f
Elba Ala. writes ,
"Being
: a constant tti.
devised.,)Edison .Id':, ibe:; first step sufferer from constipation and a disordered tff"" ." i

to trill be to. employ, some" recognized liver, I have found Herbine be the MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. i
ItSE
J' *lch tect.t dlllp.. say, .a doien:modrn ;-. best medicine, for these troubles, on the EDS

.dirisUlnsT. booses ,ot different .p&t-, market I have used it constantly. be-
LZNE
i : tern*,;tat,ot tb* sis*'ths average me- lieve it to be the beet medicine of its .G a 'fb..nlTalot'be8Ue1t. Wee D ONLY
f kind and I wish sufferers from have teconM Uie tersMt need booM In from Jacksonville to New Or.eaus. O
these
Through Sleepers
i .cbulc'1,fLautnowioecaples. .I pur- world because: oat seeds *arc better baD Operating Daily
pos after 'bMainiaff the' designs to troubles to know the good Herbine haa otbcra. Do you wiIh to grow ib.moot
beAtlM Iowen aM
( Myt .metallic"molds:mad to, can= done me." Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy. taIJIeU Flanttheb &eeedsFsrryI.Ia.s For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent or ,

1 '!'., aposbtt witk UaIII1D8I4, :f or.. sack ,O.a.-rOEI.: %Ill.leantie Seed Aaass. free to ensppneanti write to

\. ', Oouss' will .b*' mJte in/detschsbl. TM II ris NIU D. M.PERRV A CO., A. O. MACDONELL, S. C. BOYL9TON, Jr.,

I partsv; ',There-will b*: ..pm.t. plates Detroit, Mich Asst. General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent._
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-i' '7 ,','1'- : forward :totimonials, you are getting.on with'the.:washing.. Drops,andSoothing Syrups. It is.Pleasant* Ifr r

'. ::' t" ; dtheand. the:result was |'Mary-Oh,:yea' mum;, I'm just,, ."fill' contains neither Opium, Morphine' nor other Narcotic

a;.7 : J;and Twai: pained that Ing the copper. mum.-Tatler.' } substance. Its is its It
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wicked flee where none'pureue s, ;Teething cures Constipationand
-'; &tlf:: ':::3,:n'I(:i : .erer marry' the laugh' To pastures green and waters new., ,% Flatulency.' It assimilates-the'Food, regulates the ,
:: ,: ,>&_' : ,,aridfl fdl from,happi- In other-words, the very rich. : .
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Pa1r. It.waa the same On it .J
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7' 4. "",. wryant to deliY rv'; She If mountains high above the blue' GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
'n'>.",- ,1.;.'-'." ,, ',be,true:toime:to the To every, far and costly niche
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4.. ',,Pwt.:<;A f' ... swung around on'me. We- scrimp to buy two weeks of,"view. ,
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'f; ? :"demanded the farm For. each night comes with cool and dew
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l.& .J:3 story. l' haven't been months the first unnatural looseness of a .

::-'?1I't"'V fi'i.1'' '-, *our." :.wood, "shed, took, child's' bowels 'should have immediate In Use For Over, 30 Years. ; i t
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V. : :\ a' brief note from Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea' Remedy
-' followed by dose of castor oil cleanse
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'"_,-.-it. ..I' bribed>a tin peddler to the :Rev. ;
1LO..Stockland
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pastor
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: :; ;;Barley.Snaps were;far Minn.,. writes: "We have used Chamber- ; a4
Florida East CoastRallway i1
-- iri : e .Drops as a breakfast Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea .

( she:would'marry ,me"or Remedy for several years and find it a .

Her father's reply very valuable remedy especially for

'ear.":As she,wrote me summer disorders in chIldren Sold by Local Time Card No. 66 In Effect April 16 1906. '
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.f. In five on the point of leaving all druggists and medicine dealers.To .

aM 'wag : was: going ehe knew SOUTH.BOUND.READ DOWN NORTH-BOUND-READ UP. t '
: Teach Humanity For'A.IlDaia. ....
&: me to .somewhere. She bade .
An educational is to be
i I ,eat and and make her\my.owD.'. department No.98 ..: s'
No. 78 6
created by the state bureau of child ; STATIONS, -
.;t ,' hayfleld.. ; Jell:you where she NDallyo.99. NoDaily r Dally; Dally t
and animal protection in Colorado, saysa .
tibia: ;,ilot2 rr : ; ?'asked Miss Fanny,' Denver The state law requires OOpm 920am LT.Jacksonville,.._.:._. 725pm 865am847am ":
$:: ',- .r\, shed ; t ; waited.Iweekfor": dispatch. 608pm 9 28amSouthJac.sQuville": ?? ..?.. Lv.. 17pm
arid* that humane education be givenin 730pm 10 40am1118am If_?.??,.?r.?. ...St.Anguitlne.,..,__. 6 IS pm 745am143am
? none came. Then l set aU the' public schools of the state,' 763pm808pm "?.__.,."_.hastings.: ..___" 5 34 pm
hired for her.' 11 35am __,.......East Palatka"Ar. ___ 20pm 630am .' \t
t" : and, following out this requirement, the 883pm 1300m1110am ..___ PalatkaPalatka.-.. ...? .LT 4S5pra645pm 606am615am ,'-
( "' find her? officials of the bureau have decided to 7 43pm Lv.__...._...._. ....______...Ar 6 &am "

fW' : i found her to this day. formulate a system. Professor Joseph 925pm900pm ___._ Ar____ _...?San Mateo ..._._LT ._..._ b
".",<:.-. he's' the. ; could she have, :gone? Reed .former principal of the school "._..;_..__ 5 loam; Lv_..__._.___San Mateo __.___.A.r 25pm -.-.?- ..... '
/: \ ,along looked for her?" 12 32pm Lv_._______ _____ 430pm 5 54m f
} of Glen wood. Springs, will be at the 14pm 1240pm ____Dupont_??_..___" 4 23pm: 630am.SOOftnx. ,. 1
'wqrjrtb I' not looked. for the he d_of the new department He vof- 48pm 13pm a. ..._._................_ Ormond ? .? It 3 66pm ) ,
t ; .,If you rYsv'I.; I'answered 10 02pm 12lpm ___._ Daytona ____.__" S 45pm 4 4Satu :
rU' as J. u uhteered, and will work without sale 10 13pm 1 ftprn __.___ Port Orange...._____a. 3 3'pm: 4 Siam:
'7t'-i;. .. Til' bet my'eye.' ,'Where she ,; 1035pm 200pm444pm Ar_ ..... ....._New SmyrnaArl ............ _._'a 15pm; 4 loam f '

[ "I had -ever been able to tell It lOam ___ Lake Helen_.___%Lv 100pm1350pm C ISpra
!it :' and ; tbe'world For Over Sixty Tear 1128am 4 65pm500pm L_._.._._/.OraO/6 City..._....__ Wpm
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';; over dur 1140am I_._ Orange City Junction __.. 12 4.>pra ft Wpm
p t? and I years, but not a trace Mra.: Winslowe'.Soothing Syrup baa 10 45pm 10pm .______._: \'Smyrna...__.....Ar Cftpni 4 Ooam .,
{,:...'t.....: family .' been used for over sixty years by millionsof 11 10pm 40pm ...__u_._oak Hill.. __..___Lv 240pm20upm 3 3liam ., r
later mothers for their children while teeth. 11 51pm Ifipra Ar._.._.._ _,.__TIII1'vl1le. ..__ OOum
W' ... drowned herself in 1110am Wpm ArJ..._____Sanrord_....____.;Lr 116.>am 80pm
a%." 'e '}.' chuckled the Jealous lug with perfect success.' It soothes the 30pm 11 &:'. m Lv:..._..................., :nnfunl_........._.__.. iAT Wpm 11 10am 'x
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S:" X ,da, and : child, softens the gums, allays all pain, 11 51pm 16pm Lv_..__.._?...Titu>'Ytlle ._..._.__. ._.Ar 2 ().">pm 3UOuui222J.31 t
cures wind colic, and is the best remedy 12 Slam 361pm" _._C-Ocolt _..__ _Lv 124pm frl'4
iA'i .Several jumped for hi:'*, let the -diarrhoea.. Jt will relieve the poor 1234am101am 3 Mpm ..?._..._........nfIC1ll'll,; e.......__._.m.._._" 20pm 2111am.
.t then'the the mil acid 422pm ___._I'RII GaIHe_ ____ 12 47pm 4Tani '
w ver.nui little sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists .. _. .. fate
"' 113am 30pm ____ __ ('Ibonrne.__ .m_ 1237J.m
:* n the darkness: The in every part of the world. Twentyfive 156am 5 10pm __._.._.___i'ebl\'tlan....._.__..__.. 11 52am 12 Kam:
!:$/: bit ,why : d to his chair iud said: cents a bottle. Be sate and ask for"Mrs.fWindow's 248am805am 6 00pm ___.__8L Lucie ..._...__...._.. 10 Mam 12 Oft
w 6 15pm II ______..Fort IMorce- __..._ 10 5oam 11 S:; Jln
!?; haps girls but that's quite a Soothing Syrup and 8 Seam 6 37pm .__ __u.Tlbt.alls._?.?_____._._" 10 17am 1l1I'u i : ,
'r "On. take no other kind. 35am 6 41pm II _______Eden.,..._____. i') lam 11 15pm 4
this teller was no com 840am861am -Ifipm "__._._._Jensen...__...._._..._. 1008am1000am 11 09pm.
i. andbfa I saw him coming up 6 57pm II ...?_?...?__........!'lUart-, __._.__ .". 10 U'pIU!
old 420am440am 723pmHOpin II __, _. Hoi*found: _.__..._. 931am 10 :!!II'rn. +
.i.>;: II ...___.?_._.?....tte-Jupiter_.___.._ II 9 isura 10 (Y.l'pav
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;; hired to sadden the heart.', 615am643am 8 15pm II ___ _Vest Palm Beach.Bnrntoa. ____.. 8 4.am: 9 SOpui -
,t; and the Chamberlain'sColic 4lpm II _._._....._.?_._ ..___ ____ 820amR OOlpm759pn j .
; 653am 800pm940ph "M. ___......Delray ._-___...._.... 12am72iam 8 Wr'Ia
: l me ;; : ,' announced the old 6 Sam .__....."_?.1'ort l.auderdale..a '
'' 'his J 657am 947pm ______Mania._____._"._" 7 10am 750pm '
to romance pity and ; Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy 7 0!Jam 958pm a' ._..._._.?.?Ilallandale..??___.._ 7 flaM 7 30pm
.u the sentiments in the Siam 10 20pm ..___..Lemon City_.._._._._ 6 4::am 7 Upm.705pm.. !
; me and TSOam 10 30pm .Ar.___.__-.??.Miami ..____..__b 6 Siam ?
Lulu wanders o'ere OOam LvI----- llaml--___.?.. :.\rJLv ...--, 3 Ofipio.1230pm.
'and hourly hope(;to : Almost every family has needof 1030am ..._._ Ar.".........___._ ( 1e.d 3_ ___ _.__ :i
the you'ne"er meet' a reliable remedy: for colic or
yet
<< looked*** ; : case, miss but I know diarrhea *at some time during the |Buffet Dally Parlor excel>unday.rs on trains S9 and 78. Buffet 7eelIng| Cars on trains J9 and 98. '

'I do she is'she has not lost year. *
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t;'. Suffice i This remedy is recommendedby 1(0.23 No.19 i" I INo.16'I i I. No.24 t.
knows I am searching Sat. No.21 No.17 No.lS N0.18 No.20 ,.22 SaL
wealthy knows that if heaven dealer who have sold it for and Dally MAYPORT BRANCH. Daily Ex.Sun.. and 3
SUM. Daily iii Dally Dally I Daily Dally Dally Sun.
and .
enough I shall find her many years and know its value.It Only __ Only ,

= my went in my arms.' has received: thousands of 950pIOtU 645p,510p, 200plOOOaLT._.._Jacksonville ......_.Ar700B; 840 lOOp, aoor 920p8'Jfip>
there no way yon can testimonials from grateful people.It 95ap: GjPI: 51Kf! 20f plOO a, __<;;Jacksonville.__Lvi 65ii! 832a 1252pI1>51' 912r- .
Ing on __ _... .." 629U1
|' 72lp 550p'240p1039a .babtollrarh. "- bGra122UpI: 6211. 84(1'
the wife of her.hus has been prescribed: by physicians 103-1' 72Pp 55-r.p:, 245p1041a1"; .....-.AtlsntleBeach.61in75a! 121ip1515p, 8x..11
,with all with the most satisfactory lOSOp 745pl filQpl SOOp 1100. Ar_.......__Mayport ..._.......Lv'600a1710I2OOnE5r0! .
enty.
case ; glad to, stranger. But results.It PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS: AT KIAM1.!
I he replied to
'- 'chant can has often saved life before t
watch of the road as
,and medicine could have been sent for Close Coaaectioa Made at !Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company for-
and If Lulu comes along
could,. :: .or a physician summoned.It '
and
here
were asking
Havana and West
cUe of Key
sure ma will give her only costs a quarter. Can
c:! 'and afford to risk much for '
eat' you so so Two Sailings Each Week. .
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York'
find a sympathetic little? BUY IT NOW. j

p hired"' added the old maid. EIJt Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers..

and wandered .
up These Time Tables show the time at which trains may be expected to arrive at and ar t
gate -There I met the BO YEARS from the several stations, but their arrival departure at the times stated Is not .recd
*, It Without saying a EXPERIENCE not la this Company to be held responsible for any delays or any con$equ nves arising tberttrgia.
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be J off and made a swipe For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
: the I ked and right
swung my
ISf \p at the Into'a bed of catnip. "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
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I when he got up with a J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen'l. Pass. Ajt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. t'

to explained that he had .-' '
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loved I cherry tree. I was an Do You Want to Know AH About the k x
TRADE MARKS
speedy over Sunday, and when

.f dons I! I resumed my search for DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS Ac.nay EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?
he ,M. QUAD. Anyone Modlng a iketch and de eri 1
: for a qolckl tnreoUOBSttricUreanft Mccrt MproktblrfwUnubta.ln our opinion free Comma whethe _an f

-' Jug, fever Germ tent f rea.OUMt ageney tiaL for HandbOOk on&teD1L Patenu Especially regarding Fruit Growing Tracking and .

seventh .discovered. It bears a a ....take..wnhoBt Uroiifh :mthidolIfIcBwerkaL Co. celrt General Farming? If so, subscribe for the........... t''

.of little two, tem to from the disease malaria germs germ., $ FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER. ft

ventor- ; ye remedy is Dr. Kintfs A aaedaoury>3lenzsted we fJ. J.arnI&droealIIU 1 ,
t as .:: Guaranteed to. cure all t foer D eI oat-s.p..5o JoamaL 4_. 5IWPd...:L PRICE 25 CENTS PER ANNUM. It 11

': Inventor malaria poison and con- .lCo.III.n. .lewYnrt ISSUED ONCE A MONTH. SAMPLE COPY FREE.. ,

as Red Cross! Pharmacy. .,......m.=.rsuwi....,"'"\no c: W. L. BRAGG, Manager, St. Augustine, Fla.

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,: f ; ,' .- ,. _.i.: e W.f'W' di>erda7;i..# ..d. rat >aooompanred; -by her eon;; MasterChutes / .

"'i.1'-. ',"",':." :[., .,".""""., \ muf. -.:"i'iill...... ._iO&Ji_... '.,fGQt'' ..., ;.&'people". ; aid I they' had been .spending .LudWig"J

"ti. .:'t':<,i'i -, {:.. .;. ::;;. -.. ..-. _.. .A'L......."L.__!''<.. "'".. -&'..-n...-.:. scale.time fit Georgia, topping dver hereon :
".*Jf'I", ."'. '! :" ""' their home West Palm Beach.
'''' trouble and HM war in vtttj poor health way' to
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." '\. '_'F :;O ,,, ...' +',' and the evening before his death he.wasejing ...
'f. '< .'.1':;. .. .' t..',I'if"''''' ""'A.-''>'r'<''!''S.;;' ''-.J; : ": t complaining of the heat,;with 'cool, restful .

:<-<,: ).': i"'s 'l' Jfm: $ ]NEISMESii r :quite'welfeThere. ia quite a.finesprlcg --. ,nights,'plenty of fresh/fruits, vegetabiea. -
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'.a;" ".';. .""' f.:., .'h;!"'[' "" t".".", .\. ......." ",,,,-"'-<' ,....".. K"','i$1'. ;ie:pumped, by,windmill to supply the catching.: Watch the ,boys bring in .

;?.'"!.":;;""*]!:""':"t-r"1t-.f *..IItIe''I.. '-'':.. ... i.;. gclpto,I. .. :bite.,.' the house'and dairy.y, Something hadgone'Wrongabout those fish and' take them to the' fish is preferred by those who are admittedlythe
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4..... \ 'i'i+ J': .1.e..IJ.Jewmlft: *, = on best judges of tone? The answer is
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; "':y Mr. Kingman ralted"dowI toward thesprinV
,' .; ;" ,">-' !"! "'".. '(.. ;' -'J? r' .. corners every.one busy and -content.
{":,:t X.tI sti 4\; :.f ,:}\' k ".(IDfDIA1t0Id'' tt :t: to.see what 'thetrouble.' was:.He This is'a neat' clean, h healthful town, not easy. It is because everyone who has

; was found'aoon. after, lying;with.his faceIn a'peraon on the sick list.
1Mr
6'-r"- ""rn: ,'4L.E., Eieldwas visiting>> 'friends. .. In, 'h ':"ibaJlof-.>water, Lbut[ the doctors, .' played the Ludwig knows that in it .
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.i: ''' '' ''.1n' ;:, Bockledge" on" Sunday." >'" !, decided .that death (fOD' heart, trouble The,intense itching characteristic of
J' ic' bliss; Hatt: Carpenter,
y }" i enjoying.. a' good'tLaoe. ... ithMiaa. Alice ma'noutli. The foneVal. was on Friday by applying Chamberlain's Salve.
"f .. ? ;: Ad cure-for diseases salve is
< a skin thjs
jJ: I. demand of the -:
'.if.,., .4..' '" '"" Sanders. vt-.'j"t.. c : '." : at 2p.m.' r DQ oaled. For sale by all druggist and meets every expert required
4p 'Mrs. .JT.: .F. Mitchell and danjrhters. ofCocoa : 'Mr.,:Kingmanfirst :came to Indianriver medicine dealers.Young's .
for the truest of '
fIf!,} ;. ,;:wereyisitiug 1Mrs..- ,Wallace.foreeveraljlayt in': the;f&1I.of., 1883 and has spent interpretation

5 "" / : : > Ji '. most."of hIe winters here since that time. Female music-that it possesses that indescribable
' For they owned.a';:cottage;,and College .
;
1t Mr,. :1k.St. CWr Nfcbet invited all..our. years%
t -'young people to 'an .foe .cream' p rtyFriday grofe e at Georgians, but sold a-few yean delicate charm which is difficult .

!' evening. -? ,. ago.taMr.Ezra:; Simmons. ,.His sister, THOMASVILLE GA.
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,: ;."1 lhi,-y1BUct"wen' '_home.'Saturday to Mrs. Bert' Bobbins,,died here. at her. hometwenty Fifteen Highest Specialist CurrIculum in Faculty to analyze, but which designatedby

:' yeara'ago.this: .' summer. The Brad Decree and Certificate Coarser
i hie to Columbus; 0.
parents
accompany ,
.
Mn le and KzpreHilonNew musicians who appreciate thatit
it; anxious. tofbe introduced',to;.hii"' new. Kingmao8, ;Bobbios,,Mnnsons and Ly- Bnlldlos,N wly Pnrniihed some ,
'" mans, were all: old friends and neighbors Steam Heat Electric Lights
i sister.' .
cousin, "Charlie Eeed'a Gymnmslnm,Swimming Pool
:'<' back in Wisconsin; and also Capt C. J. Bowling Alley can correctly protray every varying
"
Mr, CharleeBlyt6eofOrlaodo, arrived Coggin and wife, of. Cocoa. They all Trained Nurse and Physical Culture Director '
'Saturday. visit the family .of Mr.. T.:H. came .to, :Georgiaqa. more than twenty in House emotion, as the "soul" of the Ludwig. }: j

i. 1 Sanders;' leaving for home' Tuesday' yean ago, and very many pleasant times BEST CHRISTIAN HOME INFLUENCES '

accompanied, by his, wife and children. as Address I. COCHRANE HUNT
FBI and trips': they had together in the old : .

_,. the" boys' must start. .school.'v *.' V *' days ,when the blue.waters of Indian President Sold by '
1 i 1
river were white with"sails. Mr. King
Old inaids wouldbe scarce andhard to find,
B.. L. MOTLO'VVSIB
J' Could they be made to see,' : '. man had many warm friends here and Indian River T P.
p, How. 'grace and beauty combined much sorrow is felt for his devoted wife SIB If /
By using Rocky Mountain Tea.: aged mother. Qcfi a
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Ask your druggist. *

l '., JEAI OALLIK. Music Housei
*'r .COCOA. I
v;' showers the week
Frequent daring past a-
f Miss Willie Wilson,of Frontenac wai

iii.visitor bore. one. .day this.. week.' Robert Mensel killed three wildcats last TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
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jt week in Mrs..Tr otler' hen
yard.
'f;:, ; ,R. LKron left on,Tuesday for a trip ,
i ;; to New York to be away. weeks. School No. 22 will open on the 10th l

proximo with a foil corps of teachers.
Miss New
t\ : Alberta orceJ'p.t Smyrna, "tr
.'. fa visiting her, aunt,'Mra. C. J. Schoon- Mrs. M.: B. Burns,. of Canaveral, islpendt'ng !
o
r:' maker.. ; the.summer in Hartford, Conn. '

t.- r 'Mr Ernest Abney; who is on.a visit to Grapes, guavas and pineapples are to JAMESPBITCHARD,Preaident. W.M.BROWN.Vice-PmJdent. .4

t: Ilia fiunily at Sty Point, was in town on be had in oar stores this week, all home r WINSTON S.BEANNINO, Cashier. 4


T i-E '. .fiatnrdayv Mr. Geo. F.: Paddison, of Ean Gallic, grown.Miss A. Florence Hodgson is spending rAab INDIAN RIVER STATE BANE.COTJ1TT2 {, .

wse'attending business between trains
to .
: this week with friends in the city of Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers

:- on Monday.. Olean, N. Y. Ales, Stout; Etc. DEPOsrroay.:
"
IK, I T.. G.. Ronald ia, home ....._..._. p
i ,1 ; Mr. at having G. F. Paddison is pushing on the add!. TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA Authorized Capital 1100,000.00
c 1 .:. returned from a visit to his parents at ion to his fine residence the Ean Gal- Paid up Capital.---------------1 25000.00
1 on BgLSend me your orders Average Deposits._..._.__-f200.000.00
to Daytona' Beach. lie river bluff TRANSACTS A .

b ; Mr. and. Mrs. T. B. Puckett and IOn, Mr. and Mrs.
McDuffey are, visiting General Banking Business
% .0: Walter, were ..arrivals .last week from with Capt. and Mrs. Frink, of the East x.

.::. : Washington D. C. Coast Turpentine company.E. Largest and Oldest :. .

Mr., and Mrs. Fred Humphrey of Spiller is now engaged in painting Bank on the River. :Y V f
'
;). Indianola,. were visiting relatives in the residence of Mrs. S. E. Barboar, at i Exchange Bought and Sold on All .. s '
<&. town on Wedneeda,. Foreign Countries. _
the north end of our town. .
; t Patronage appreciated. Prompt service,
7. E. E. .Swinson, of Sharpes, who has Miss Callie Mime, of Bonaventnre,nod polite treatment and every favor consistent u '
: been the in with conservative banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS ,-
spending summer Georgia, Miss. Edith. Barns, of Canaveral are the :
,t, is seen in town. occasionally. :
guests of pro Sarah C. Hodgson this week.
Empire Trust Company, N. Y., Florida
We have had some sadden heavy Manatees'have been seen several times National Bank of Jacksonville, Jacksonville

}'. h ahowera this past week much to the ..daring the past week swimming about j Fla. "
tl pleasure of the orange growers. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
the; harbor; One collided with the launch

-01; t.v'" _! .Mr.. Cbas. Hatch_ ia, .building a boattfl Marion on Sunday last.
: '.r.: which we understand be intends using .
Some of our fishermen are wishing for
::. ; on the St. Johns aa a freight boat.
upper
rrnwww&vwwvwhlwThe
a white light at the mouth of our harbor, FIRE INSURANCEABSTRACTS
ti Mr. b. O. Blythe arrived here on Saturday as it can be seen from a greater distance

: I on his way to see his wife's parents, than the red one now in use.

':. ,;, 'f' Mr. and Mrs. T. H.' Sanders, of Indian The sharpie Lizzie was out for an excursion Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.

J "F.#" .. ols.! to the beach on Sunday last witha REAL ESTATE
. :.; : Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Andrews enjoyed :
party of nine guests on board. The party *
UJ t a family reunion last week having all encountered plenty of rain and wind Accident Policies Issued : MACHINE SHOPS
'i'1 their children and grand children at
;,j 1" home. before their return about 7 p. m. MORGAN & WALTON :

i!;" The fishing fleets offthe Florida Fish &
;
Mrs. A. M. Wesson Titusville FJa.
was a visitor to ,
Titnaville on Friday and Saturday to Produce Co. and the Indian River& Lake ''C" Plumbing and Metal Work

loot after the repairing of.her house in Worth Fish Co., which were on the Banana
\, '' that barge river, will fish from this point for the NOTICE OF ELECTION :

balance of the season, this being one of :; BUILDERS' HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
_
-' Mrs. Albert Smith,of Bockledge, was the most important offices o/ both com <.0.;:;:

chopping in town Wednesday.. Mr.I panics.- To the Sheriff of Brevard County, of the c::

.. and Mrs. Smhh'have a very pretty home State of Florida: ::: Agricultural Implements
3, on the new avenue in Bockledge. We are sorry to announce the death of Be it known that I, H CLAY eRA W.c.
an old citizen of the county. John A. FORD, Secretary of State of the State of Flor ;;
a Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lapham returned Simmons, of Bovine and Eau Gallic, died,I ida, do hereby give notice that a c::; SANFORD FLORIDA

.. on Monday from an extended trip across on Friday, the 17th, and was buried in : GENERAL ELECTIONWill 'S ,
l : the continent having travelled extensively
the cemetery at this place followed to the be held in Brevard County, State of
?*;: over California, Colorada and Utah. grave by large number of relatives and Florida, on Tuesday next succeeding the first lL
} 1 Monday in November, A. D. 1906, the said 1 !J :Y it V V INWIi'7
GEORGIAN friends. He leaves one unmarried daughter : Tuesday being the _- _.__ ,_u ,

: .. Mr. and Mra. Breeee spent Sunday who will reside in Eau Gallie for the SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBERFor n:Jr Jr=:Jt =Jr=r-r r-r-=r Jr=r=r rr-r- rr r JI tT-

I with their daughter, Mrs. C. D. Provost. future. Mr. Simmons was"a pensioner of One Representative of the Second Congressional I
the war of 186165. District of Florida in the Sixtieth
x
Miss Maggie Carter is planning a trip Congress of tie United States. li SCHOOL BOOKSand '
: to Jacksonville and St. Augustine in the MELBOURNE. For Two Justices of the Supreme Court of
the'State of Florida. I
j,; near future. Mr. L. C. Moore, of Roseland, spent a For Two Railroad Commissioners for the "

.\ Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Lindabury Mr. day in Melbourne last week. State of Florida. I! SUPPLIESof
5 For One Member of the House of Representatives
.' J. B. Bower and Miss Mary Wittfeld Mayor R. W. Goode is confined to his of the State of Florida. Q all Kinds.
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''''. went to Cocoa on Tuesday. home this week with a lame back. For County Judge. !.
For County Assessor of Taxes.
I Miss Lindabury, who has been visiting Mrs Carrie Burnham and little daughter I For Tax Collector I, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
For County Treasurer.For
: :her. brother ror'Beveral weeks past, retained Miss Norma, and Miss Nellie. Gard Five County Commissioners.

I ?: ., to her home in New Jersey last left on Sunday for Macon.A For Three Members of the County Board of I

'' : Tuesday. nice little son arrived at the S. E. Public For Justice Instruction.of the Peace in and for the following THE & w B. ,DREW CO.

r ::' Mien :Nell Open and little Edna were McFarland cottage. Papa is receiving Justice Districts viz: No. 2, 3, 5, 7, u. < u. I .

, ..',: calling on Grandma Munson last Thursday congratulations. All is well there. 13 For, 19,Constable 20. in and for the following Justice I

. ': and sprat the day with Mra. F. W. Miss Eloise Hoag left on Sunday for her Districts viz: No.2, 3, 5, 7,13,19, 20. 45, 47, 49 West Bay St
In Testimony Whereof, I have
t .Mnnaon.: home in Jacksonville after spending seven set my band and affixed the hereunto great 116 West Forsyth St.

'f : Mr. and JIlL Dave Ramsy, of Lotos, weeks at the borne of her grand parents, [I.. B.] Seal of the State of Florida at Tal.l&hUee I "
M 5.; '- their three little and Mr. and ,the Capitol this the first
Mn.R.
Miss W.
boys Goode.
;{. :\ Singleton, day of September, A.D. 1906. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
the Lotos teacher, were calling in Geor-\ Master Eugene Horton of Fort Pierce, H.CLAY CEAWTOBD, !

i J iana. '. Sunday, afternoon. f't' ia visiting his grandma, Mrs. C. M. fore To J.P. BKOWK,Sheriff Secretary Brerard of County.State. ill:Jt=I r r- _
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