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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: September 14, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00382
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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.. i'P" -...- 3ft inch umbrellas, fresh from the factory, '
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....a.J.' '.J,-.... _/8t0 ?>:; A''all'ti_a poiaplete'atoct, lead ussra y&x. Branniu'trantee.vesyplat will wear.better the handle are beautiM Fresh cake'and pies every day at the '. : "_

F* ', -:' : ;;; 1 JG!! every pair goaranteeir Of their children1*hoeaTVoa : #1' T some are natural wood and some are Bakery. ; :" .".". _
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_ ... .l Wt pyexpfB8iebari?oa ail oat ofPFNNEY $2.50 would be the Go to & for fine -
1-\i.-A--;>>i<";""", % shoold see the fin*line of boj1, sterling silver properprice Penney BranDing shoes. -r t3
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1Ji 0&-. tfiiii 10wn t0* -" for them Monday only $1.49. i
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.- ,, < ,:..U-to-Date Qothien and Furniaher', : nin ',,' >- 't VMr. : atoYe price. Miss Beatrice Knight of Kingston, .
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('. a. 11 i'r tit11t. 'af" ,. ':. .. : .... wax't' Titwville', .,". Fla."; '!; .. J, D.EnnU .recovering from his 'Berkley'. English iongcloth, one of the arrived lastTweek on.a visit to her sister,
., jH' "' ''' 'shoes ,. ; best '
.. .' cloth. on the market for underwear Mrs. Will Parker ; I'
r < i'.qi* :> '''!: > : muYJdi"1'UII"i' receni severe illnees and'wu'ab1e'Ii' l2 arils for $1.49.Ladies' .
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_ _:4 .... '....11'.r': : tTo" .".... -. :'.. up Wednesday.: .black .hose, the well known 'Mr. and Mrs. Max beck, of Mosquito'

,'of. ;,"it..' .In.l IO.Ihe MW advertise.M "Froffl8tPrterib IMepQ a eaC. :; Mis. Susie, Hunter, "of:'Jensenwhotaught Onyx brand, guaranteed not to fade, they Lagoon, and Mr. and MI'8.,H..B oecke, '
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y ,.1$ ,, !>d.WI, :BttwcVllioea.'MdJ The kJMlowinj lormaliatheoneued are pat to sell three pairs for one dollar
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.' ,:> .. ?t"W. > : up ot Banana. Creek, were in Tit 1viUe the a
: S -.f' IO j oar public school last deer, was .
Monday have three '
a r teb found byxaswD'Ferr.wdaherIake you may pairs :
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._. first cf the week.4 4
:.l- teacher ,
z: .., -JP> week.or"xt"'L1's' -* }, ',/ here on *:>visit to the :of oar for 75 cents.t' l
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--T : '. ; 5v5 SV- J ,- ,\ Indian Head linen 44 inches wide already ,A fine arrived
school and seven-pound daughter
r -S '''*iT* i ._ ': public! ,Wednesday yesterday..
**** M4..j ae ]* 88y.ib1.1iG1pbtaab.' ;: shrunk splendid for dresses or Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.

vm: ..._....&....i brtIleg"" .lKIr.-utW.: ; :' 818 lbi.H.G;Acid $rboepbat.j ., :After spending about :ten day.. here drawn work,,at 18 cents per yard. T. Winterhager. The mother and babyare

Off: :_. .,r.:.: MlJ: itgSpirt._..;...''-IIIIU_"':.. .w... ..Q: .babiei 182 lb8.H.G.;; .B Sulphate; of Ammonia very pleasantly among' hUj many friends, Special prices in linen.table damtsk. .
both
."" ", "\ : l 3lbs.8olpbat J ofIrotHThis I '.'Grandpa'. *' .J. P,. -.-MUler. returned. to White Marsellaise bed spreads,. extra doing nicely. *i
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7.- :.; < ': .t 1mijrifFt} ; t....( -"" Wb;. ,, as will be seen; Is the formula for I West Jupiter but" nighti Come again, lance Ginghams size, worth for children's$1.75 at 119.dresses,' Miss Fannie Budge sang a sweet little f .

,,:k. .: ,: -..-:. ', ,1. f ..$- ,'AUOIJ,'', "' 1;rived Attention "Grandpa." school spec : solo at the morning service in the Methodist #
"' r .L..I ofY atop of fertiliser.: was;attract. ially good for dresses, light and .
;etay'otna: couple
!,:.S\" :, '"j: d.. ., : ;; Social ed .to" U at this particular, time i by..thepablication ,For: social,.medicinal household uses dark patterns, check; plaids and stripes, church Sunday being. Eben Bail- ,'

,*: .:. .; :;:_ .. ',' Li Ml:.J L *r-;Allen'ioIdlK' > bOWa *' : in a recentJ Issue'.of the L ,W.' Harper whiskey 'i. the best and almost any color you could wish' new ey's composition "Simply to Thy Cross

1 >.<. .... '"fLajipgg_ .. (ftefBOon..... '..; and fresh from the mills, I am positive I Cling." Organ accompaniment by
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:; ; < >.r..0"" { '" Independent; 'of-a ,letter\in the New the aaf $. The most popular high grade that later in the fall you will pay more
"W .,.H-:, _,. 4;.=. ie1e, ,':_;.ct, oil,force.., .of.. .painterti the market. "R. L. I Mrs. Deoham.
,-. / ..--h-' F ; "....:...r...:" -.>. _' 'JOlkfacker.: from Col. Alberto*Yogi, whiskey: ; ..Sold.by for he same goods, special 12J. eenta per t.
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AO'l' :;> ''..-"..,SM'' 1Mi "' "":'r-1,, of Bartow; relative i4'be"Q18' of copperas Mottow. and F. A. Lesley. yard.White Mr. R. S. Nelson who has traveled the
'. '" ;" t' _. t...this.. ,- last week linen, specially good/or skirts east coast for number for the
'f :. 'r : (wlpbate of iron) for>> ;;the, bite fly pelt The Methodist U being a years
'"_ :;.,BtuC r peiap 8trttier wp She.rand.w. parsonage or suits, '34 inches wide, worth 40 cents .
'" n: ., "' '<:: '-'.' Mrs. Ferrand has tined the above formula overhauled this week by Contractor P. 16 C. B. Rogers Grocery company, of Jacksonville 1
Monday *
yard cents.
:5"l; ",","' \ii' ,.=-. -...\'of,Lemon At', .is br-the' putt r& eara) and is inclined J,, Hall, .who is putting the building in per If yon, are kibluoClor some lawn for a baa resigned. He is succeededby *

J '.r...,a' "i.' ('Wf f 1Iiter'M, l.J..J\, to the'. belief,: r1r ttroDtly i .that tbie is good .re rand, adding blinds "to the dress or for a waist or kimona, we have Mr. Helms a young man of excellent .p

,, :':f. "-1;!.' "lAiirp': ,',st.,'-Aegasbne, the 'reason,. or ,'arany fAte one reason, same, ready for occupancy: by the time any quantity of remnants on the counter, business qualities.
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-t;: : 'J. hi"JI1""' ntptlter, "placala .the wbjj her prate .|iis 'not .berm troubled lira,. W. F. Allen returns home from you We can also buy have them remnants at most embroidery Y price. The Titusville High School opened for s'' p'

,"' --fi.1i.,._. ..-...." *' kf,the. ,t"I -",*. with!the white.fly.?Whether this be true &f .' yon can buy at a great reduction. the fall term Monday. morning and baa 1

,d"fiS"'Z .: ,..-. 11t} 1-1madat. "V'.,. ;'., ptWert; 6? not the knows tbit+ the tonic effect on Mail orders promptly filled on any of about the usual enrollment i of nearly a -J

.f--,:'d",,J1. .>'.;;),, :."...:' >>' ig .1._..',a. few H' daiq' the trees U good,'landing additional coo J Fish Shipment Delayed the above goods. JULIUS KUNK hundred pupils. This number will be

( 1 :.t4' ,. :, ttf .:=' jjAll it'hers' &.:..the: to ,_both'foliageVan4:fruit, and imparting The fish dealers of Tituaville bad cause Titoaville,Fla. largely augmented within a few weeks

,.["-:3' ;[.;J 1 ; ,.t..iIIdtn,_, up the WaccoaiiU" to the' latter :a finer flavor, She only to low their temper yesterday. Owing to Telephone. No. 8. by regular resident pupil who are now
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,: ::: t"_. Itti'eeaia' Fannie :A..JJml'It. applies the'.sulphate! of iron at.the Novaaber' the ice factory being abut down they had away for the summer months in the z

: tf .'::) ""tiP,jyTf-T.-!.f.Pi, t_. -, pnb. --ot'b :teftlltutiun, .considering this the. to.wait until almost noon before a shipment Dental Notice north. .: +
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-/illJ.if.' !'ii<:- "''::;"';;*:d KocklAit*1 W."., .PD 0* a part' belt tin*to get tbti desired. 'effect.:. of Ice by freight could be delivered J. W. Newman, D. D. S., of the firm Capt. Ramsey is pushing ahead on the ;

I .; and; :8nndsyr iD'UI'iI In case: .Ir is desired: to apply the enlphate to Ule D., AH the morning there were of Macy& Newman of West Palm Beach; work of moving the Robbins cottage ,

.' i' <" kb 'brother,P. B..;Paekett. leaving ;of iroii alone, Mra. Ferrandconsjdeii over seventy,barrels of fish. at the differ- will be in Titnsville for a few days fully from the point to its new location on -

,,,.;r e a r ;' !; terp0on'Io "W uhington'D. ; c. ,200 pounds to''the acre a good ent fish. house*Iw wtrAfts corking: prepared'to attend to dental work. Washington avenue The building is :. -,

: """ ";;t.i ':. the quiMitr, 'and prefers the'cheaper grade like TfOp..'tip till .2 o'clock, consider any now 'about across;the mirsb and'as ston "t!!.
t.Ji ,-Edith' : faterson was among He is located at the Indian River hotel,
..plfr ; afternoon. Her of chemical to the higher in the for their disappointment' when the northbound as the shelled part of Washington avenue
iotowQTneklay where he will be pleased to attend all
> ; mull, train came along .with the expresscar ia reached the moving will be much =
)7 .E' a pee'her remain |n TituaJBUe .- who want first class dental work done.
I The, fact' that he!'grove, is one of the loaded to the ceiling with fish, etc., easier accomplished. _
., Mils Preen has
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*" } ....:... ..J., : bat finest in the vicinity U good evidence of and left all of the 72 barrels of fish to 1.bemail to Artesia was carried last :
occupied
of she :
Hirer Hotel
rooms Indian
,
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''. r the efficacy of the formula given above wait until 3 this
-- .+. 'the- ptinrin' cottage In Northra : over a m. morning. Saturday by Russell Norwood and Rush
Ji
, fi t 1- which will interest all The arrivals at the Indian River Hotel
pioveof to
great Wilson in the boat Florence
'; : 'fl power on
'tl
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.. are exceeding the general quota for this
i. Ira. |nn1eBudge w called, to Dtisfirm concerned, .with.. orange culture.' New,Canal Almost CompleteMr. season of the year. account of Capt Fisher being delayed in '

-i!" ;' 7t';.; 't'; .o? the week to appear M a D. D. Rogers, of Day toni, civil The following is a partial list of the the creek on account of very low water. r _
Haa I
, U \;, .>{' ,.; .f -' .....f To work on track farm and grove. E A. Martin, Jacksonville, Miss Flor- ,
'. for .N'DJ; a_ MiwHatnlin afternoon for the purpose of meeting schedule time. She is equipped with a ; ,
. t\\. ; x./e! Married man :preferred: Address E., rie Bryan, Dania; E. L. Brady, City; C. S
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t '\MJ1'"n:i":.rfttlautoumtdle some months ago, Tropic, florid .. County Surveyor Fries, bat as the latter D. Clark Tallahassee; G. B. Cooper, Oak Regal motor and is one of the fastest !

4c11:Fegnie wa with. ber .fatbei.hen tieI was out of town, Mr. Rogers was somewhat Hill; H. J. Magroder, J. T. Bettler, Rock. boats of her class hereabouts. '

=" ,Dea&i>E of Frank X. Bond disappointed. Mr. Rogers is the ledge; Jas. A. Taylor, Shiloh; Mrs. A. E. Judge D. L Gaulden*expects to make
g z Blocker Ft.
: Blocker, Miss Myrtle Pierce
i.:1 MJ".L>i oma received.-a' pleasant Frank E., Bond, one ot1 wd" most inspecting engineer for the Florida W. A. Carter, Jacksonville; H. P. Bran. considerable improvements to his dwelling -

; :c..n';Tldai> morning from apt. E. 8.jjp prominent .citizens,' died of an attack of Coast Canal and Transportation company, ning, West Palm Beach; F. C. Cbchrane, on Washington avenue next to Tae'
heart diseaw about 1 o'clock hut Saturday and of course as soo'n as he )landed in Palatka H. Crotcher Tampa C. J.
beeperof the house of refuge near ; ; STAB office. He will move the building ,
j't |tfti moaning. The Jrttatk came on
\ Trowell Jacksonville J. M. ;Lnmley
and heard of the article that ;
town appeared back from the street the interior
change
.aocombanied by his son fewminntee before his death and
QaJIffIB, He !' : lost a ; -I' DeLand; I. M. Kelly, Tampa! ; E. E *1
; ; t: Itea4atidtheIIWeeonofbitbmtherB.Qsgdiiuttof{ be 'died before' medical aid' could be in THE STAR last week relative Grimes, Jacksonville; Dr. J. W. New. arrangement of rooms, repair the build. ,

41R1 : ; Jacksonville. The captainfcfreto ; summoned, About midnight his daughter the slow progress being made on this] man, West Palm Beach; P. Varley, Balti ing thoroughly add bath and'otberamod .

; kJ. lilies Edith; beard him get up from canal he took the pains to call on THE more, Md.; J. S. LaFile, Jacksonville; ern improvements. Mr. L. R. Decker '
Quarterman
f4i'. : meel-Cmpt his'bedndgo; to a window to .peak to J. W. Walker Savannah Ga. George
.; x "*"-'"-- ;Shoal';;: STAR office and gave us the following ; is now making plans and estimates for t
house ;of refuge, hit dogs which were barking from
.1t'f'M1' ; who : here there he went to the bath room and as information of the progress made within the work.
Guild Ga.
.... .theMter, war Sea Breeze; F. A. Atlanta ;
.',,<:&' ," he was returning to his room she beard the past two months by the dredges
"f.* ,;':< ." "'"u, i-, jC L G. Taylor Jacksonville.
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!:: \ '" .. cutting between the Halifax river and. '
!" '!i' >iJ' ,' 'I'j. .,( him coughing and choking. She went to Boarding House Reopened ',
.: It '.&d son, of Mr.: Davis, of him and found him lying on' the; bed, the Matanzaa river, which gives inland .
.. : i Mrs. Deisner has opened her boarding
from St G. F. Duren i
r M unable to .peak. She called some neigh. water communication Augustineto Letter to
,kw.t: )"" .t ,'$ bitten: on the;.aide of hisyt Miami. house again and will be pleased to receive t'
when be had
ton bat they arrived
ground < Titusville, Fla. the of the .
: ( .tnoraiag by a patronage traveling public
J passed away. Mr. Rogers reports that the two. dredges -
;.. ,f.t<" '.;r-,! )'.,..,.. .iW-n.; eeversl,nines from Mr. Bond leave a widow, who, at the Wimbee and South Carolina, at the Dear Sir: We asked City Drug Co., as well as that of the local people.
% tios'i The Ohio and a daughter who of the Matanzas and Halifax Crystal Springs, Miss., to sell Devoe.
\. !i" 1 ., water, wagon boy time was in headwaters Pritchett Sells Turpentine Interests
.. .., -' \t', ra. 'IL, :". "_;:" .1 married, living near Chicago, besides rivers, have cut 4800 linear feet of canal, They wanted to know, of their own I
1:"' F ', &, 1 \ Miss Edith, who was the only one of 58 to.70 feet in width, and 6 feet or more knowledge, how it compared with an- : It will indeed be a great surprise to
k the which .
.i w4ltsea'' :.bj; snake i \ wa.intheroftd. the' family in the house with him. His in depth, excavating 98,
y \ ;: .. ,The boy-was brooght mother>4thec and' a brother were. in earth, during the months of July and sold right there and considered good. :
learn that he has of his tur-
A' b', ,Wilsoo'0A, (1tTin. :lrhoa OMa> 'I&l; *' August, and there reaming only 6600 feet, They painted the house of W. B. disposed

"a., >.ssaee4'"' tall elects of" the I Deceased was one DeLand's pioneersand or about a mile and a quarter yet to be McCluney two coats on purpose to test : pentine interests throughout the state to

-l:, ,.1. dMa i t r F IIIt.I.u.. waa recognued as one of the leading cut the two paints against one-another: one i his brother, Mr. H. E. Pritchett, of Jack- "
'S&H'" ;'f V'K ''.T'T-TT.r__ pernainp'P T**, Sf( Py* h- financiers and business men of the county.He Mr. Rogers spent the greater portionof coat Devoe 6 gallons; the other coat that sonville. r' -

& x i aildii. .i i ;>rypoderakxllp, ,and, _echi43L' was president of. the,Bond Sandstone- last week at the dredges with his other paint 10 gallons. Difference $20; made
Jacksonville
deal in
.*.1 ,.'-1-- lilI-l- .._..Z.liS&....... ,...--.. Brick 'company; a dire to of the E. W. surveying and prospecting party layingout $7 for paint, $13 for labor. This was practically -

..1...<.,.: "'<'-'h f"7.. ....,".''t--.r'.-...'.'. 2 ." <' '. ,. Bond b., of Lake Helen; vice president the line of the canal between the That other paint is made m New last Friday. The deed for the ; 1
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t it. a director of the Volniia County Bank, rock as much as possible.At lent paint, and bas a good deal of localgoodwill. include everything in the way of tur- f
: 1nCritteay
:t: { and an equal partner of the Bond Lumber the rate of the cutting made by t t
:'i: .. '\'''='''' ;>i''ilRDa.ft arias company, of DeLand; director of the these two dredges during July and Au- But the standard of paint has been low pentine interests Mr. G. E. Pritchett

",; .t ..'. :Jt4!Wei' 'i ,red'to urgt East Q)act Lumber and Supply company, gust they should meet sometime next all through the southwest.! That paintis owned on both the east and west coasts

""" i""ra of Eau Gallic, and the Biscayne Lumber month, but as the Wimbee is now cutting thin; it is, you see, six-tenths of a His turpentine interests on the east ,
,, ; d..m sjl, l d bane = fIr.I&OCk,' fineufitlteapigoodyacliool of Miami and Devoe $20 over it on halfa
; and Supply company, E into a scrub ridge, necessitating a greater paint. eaves coast are locate at Turnbull, Deleepine,
+ : 0. Painter Fertilizer company of Jacksonville. quantity of earth being moved above the small job. v'
and St.
Eau Gillie in
;... ? Up to a short time ago he'was water line, the work will require a little It is a case of local best comparedwith Bonaventure,

'.. ",;:" \il..,.., .......... ',.., :;.L'of" 'urns.. Firm wilt a director of the Florida Bank and Trust more time to be completed. But it is actual best. Lucie county. 'I g -
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>"f : t. "'1.: --' Jar to paJ 6 company of Jacksonville, but resigned estimated that the distance to be cut Yours truly, Mr. Pritchett will probably retain the f .
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? ".':' :* IlstB to exchangeR da acconnt'of many other interests. today is not over a mile from dredge to F. W. DEVOE & Co., management of these properties for a # #
e.3 Lyra_ Mood krm ,IIIII'TitamllL.t:1ifai York.
New
,. ; The body was carried to Wilkraghby 15
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..z, -'" .".... tatiidt,> _... .""'::.p4rti_ iJar" +l'call".. .'>at!'' Tat.., sTn,. l Ohio accompanied by his brother, Mr. dredge.Mr. Rogers measures the amount of PS. Jas. Pritchard & Son sell our paint period of thirty days for his brother. I ,
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't"-'+/ .."'... "-1.'if.': """","",....f''-0<<', .ii""t.1 << M..Bond and.Mr. J. B. Conrad,'where: cutting done every month for the pur- This transfer will not change his location -

.. 1 "' : the funeral was held Tuesday. the work Machines and home from Titusville ti
of although
t..tM. : _r: tttttoet.. ,, .;,, Y.MILL"., ,' pose of determining 'amount Victor Talking R t
:.t.f; A ..!L.1 done which is carried ,.on by contract he baa a large and lucrative farm in r
...... ..... $a00 cash and $1.00 per week. Records g
.Si' "V}." Gl1B&P.u& SHOP between the canal company and the 35 cents, 60 cents and $1.00. Over Georgia. At least he will remain here f
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t' .... dredges now at
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b ..-t ., { w,'?::: ;" {1.:4. 'c .4 : ..f.t' Onus loose.. in the breech tightened equal via the canal ville. rOB SALK CHEAP Soot CASH. lac :
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ff -_ -- leek. all traiae. .Stove DRY BATTERIES all at Titnsville Livery, at rear of This land is unimproved but finely lo

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A .I !' so imperative that It should take Futon SpccUlfett in Faculty fljrmmarfUM,Swlmmla roolHroitd '.
'f'.".. < -. .j' >.-., vA L wt.:".%.'.::i;:;... ,.:'r5'' '':{ :Emulsion b precedence,of an else. It is the foe that Decree sad Certificate Coars Bowline Alley'
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,.,_. ........ ...,..." ,..I'.. .... .t..v_.,. ; :. onward march of. nature's laws or close :Address : I. COCHRANE HUNT.' President \ .
'r.' ..".....1hit.. ,'\vhkh is the Iron Jaws of her necessities when they 0
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tt" I'-,. ibt.: .Hlnb: took, ti': ;foist 'L h I cannot the tional very revolt forefront.against There the worship must be of a man-na-

.. s rrhjcb_6t to'bti'of,'interest t \ ;: in. a by. ufacture'.and trade as the only forms of
'I' ...,i--H=''f'." ; Scott's progressive activity and the false notion a'
ildlne peoples art
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!1 : ,._. mort'. Intent' ,Upon. st be taken; rifice of the fundamental form of wealth
'2" production can endure. A clear recognition
;It6. : entandJea tsrJBnUul, : : :of the ; -
t a food on the part of the whole people from
,". S ?. styi;the'New ,York Tribune;. Mr' ; the highest to the.lowest, that the tillageof 1rf9
1fj ? :( 1 looks at that tutor* by the light o.f.!! 1 a medicine. the soil U the natural and most desirable

".-;; pttattes and careful deduct1OD,'and: for (red and occupation. for man to which every
.. other Is subsidiary and to which all else
J ( s. 'c t' be aees glv s him-'sufficient ; nS: must In the end yield is the first requi

, .. ; .. 1j .to sound.a'tlmeIy !noteofE. }' site. With public interest firmly. fixed
fi s tt / I-to uneud.our'waye, ; ,- If. we_are upon the future of the country in mere
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l{ :" :., :leaVe'not to our. remote,poeterlty,. pIe. self preservation we roust give serious, r l IlL ps Fr
the of
:.' < attention! to practical occupation
totheebU oftoday;an restoring agriculture to Its due place in
l1l'k! ,' .' 'Inheritance and a chance-In the: c.: 09-4i5 Pearl st the nation.

i; i r.. I ogle for ;eilstence' equal to that. ]ttw York

!Wf.:::', :. ,, :which;tho e now on tine-.stage AUtfruxM* Lentil .Care For Baldaess.
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' 5./-.j : .'' tbe11''tile-work-; ; .BUI'.h New remedies for falling hair are "
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u.,' *'.1.; \ ';,, ,parttollotts: continually cropping up. and by the
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hopelessly bald these remedies are

,. :; ';-1 1-;':....:.: .. than Notwithstanding-"million peoples year addition from of adopted with confidence. The lentil

i; ( ,<., nearly ill of them men and women a gear the country cure is the latest according to the

::;it.. ." must work, for a'Uving.?labor\o wide and we ask Plttsburg Dispatch's New York correspondent I
! : '.. the;cltlea, was'never M scarce qr If a process
: The lentil is applied
:'; ,,' ,as high as at the preaent time.. lmmJ. I wealth' from cure wM
.' 1 tion linger in the great center and \ tomorrow Internally-the lentils are eaten. Mar '

:-'I' .':;: r:: to. difficulties attending- country an added velous results .are obtained according
/p' The;farms stretch out their band : In wealth every to reports: if the cure is followed for .
> ,'waln. ''Railroads. making 'e&teDS1oiff" talk of nothing
-: hava, to get help at the highest '.would be but a six months.: Lentils are rich In iron
I .:. ." price and find a large peroentage of with the possibilities and hence are good'not only for the
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<,, :;' whom they employ mere heboevwho! in the United hairr but for the blood as well Pale
,. :t > aert a* soon as they have succeeded value of all and thin haired folk after a course of .
''.J7-.,;<, getting transportation 'trout one port, country last' year .
I $" .\f.- the ,country.to. another,*Farmers \) \this for high lentils become rosy and robust and A line that meets all demands: ,'-'; :>
'I' ; :!, vain'and favorable conditions their hair Specialists
h; '{ the employment agencies in grows vigorously. -
' : ; fer the lazy traibp a sum for,a day* over,000,000,000, re- of religious bent point to the Biblical both as to quality and price -
ftiiff" '. in the field.unheard of in;any other' recorded that
try..in..the .world.The'iItuatlon,, farm' area of the character of Esau, a young man Selling Price from $450 to '$850
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fond of lentils and not rl.
p more (smtarrasungyearly Hours of less than one half notoriously )
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-<> bor are being reduced '"in '-- 'of Utilize the other ously hairy. Lentils look like Stv\1&\
,., r"; l'" farm "IWtJ1\ shep change whatever Full particulars sent on applic'atlon.INDIAN '
'- -, states for. star; \ peas. Though they are admitted to be .
i41: ': :. Men are scarcer u the movement of would be practically
the most food In the
! ''. ( *K% ,tilalion to the -cities grow?more !: only a little- highly nourishing
;,;.f;, .J-! ." ,<..Jaouncet1.'A .conslderaW r4iirtlon:of; farming but world their taste is gratifying to but'few RIVER MUSIC HOUSE TITUSYILLEA
_ '- :k' ': ;_ year's magnificent p. iiI1.be either far advanced as that people. ,
!' :-:'';; : duced in quafty.''altogether;'lost which have made ,
:F. '- resaonof 4K ;impos i&lbIUtrotrettlq without any addi-
It.:S::, bor to handle 'it\pr "i." needs more workers on tile"cull .Not an acre would be One of the little luxuries a man may
: "',r.- turn the stranger Fay.'but.Vo"direct' be able by directing Indulge this time of year as a part
.
I,. <: to thefatin/.Mte* S '-' watch with fear a.possible increase.of of culture in full of his wearing apparel is a belt costing +
t -,<,_. birth,rate:but -to.:usrf'every means greatly to Increase $50, says the New York Press. These Healthy Liver Makes
i, ,'r. -{jO.' keep-the hpys o :rttieitnn and 6-_'.-.. yield J5.000.000.000 circlets are usually .made of the finest '
: ::" youths from the city to swelthe *. That Is, we
kind oi black leather but that is not '
A Well Man
1 ranks of ASrletiltitral'futdbatryIs the or H5.000.000.000 every 1(
r 'f. eslllI'f.W K. .Pf. a.:well qdvtaod wealth if we so where the expense comes in. The buckles 1:
economy, and an,,Intelligent trIot1am.J only a beginning.: are made of gold, as are all of the ..... ,
" ., Within' twenty years we. must ex'W'N' what is the max mountings, and. though there: 'Is noth- :I
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Ii! .i. and employ in some fashion'WOCIO,008 of the earth
ing garish about them, they have the
:;".' additional .population-, by the, of its surface ,
, '': Of this century there ,will be I: at which people may appearance of elegance, and that is
t ,,<'X"; <. ... mately. trio and a half times as I century from now. what many persons appreciate.
j'f' .. people'in the United States as there done is sufficiently

t& :4S. today: No nation in history was of 45000.000 people If it's a Reputation
;1 '. confronted with a sterner problem 'on 19,000 cultivated
.J 1 : this Certain prpspect sets before us.'- the'food products you are after, White's Cream Vermifuge
: '... are we to do, with our brother. TJils is because has a world wide reputation as the best
"I.Pi.,' keepers we are? How are we to p Is' truly Intensive- of all worm destroyers, and for its tonic
our children with shelter, asd: ,their highly devel influence.on weak and unthrifty children.It 1'aaee NAIZ
: bread Our arable public lands have gardening. As
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;: most disappeared. .' the shelter of improves thei digestion and assimilation A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND and the HOST PIS- .
:_ Our one resource looking at, I unfavorable ele of their food, strengthens their FECT LIVER MEDICINE KNOWN. Do not fill your system
as something more than the creature of grains and nervous system and restores them to with Calomel, Arsenic or Quinine. HEBBINZ is a guaranteed -' I
,,a day. is the productivity of the soiL planting and In- health and vigor natural to a child: If cure for all diseases produced by a TORPID LIVES
y. + reckless distribution..the public land. imitations upon yon want a healthy, happy child get a
and IMPURE BLOOD. It will cure MALARIA without leaning I
; division all the greedy who
among to recede afar.
t bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold
to ask for It. the appropriation of : suburbs of Paris any of the deadly effects of many drugs used for that f
areas for grazing, have absorbed much In a single season by Red. Cross Pharmacy.Sunshine purpose. One bottle purchased today may save'you'from .
the national heritage. Only one-half A market a sick spell tomorrow. Quickly cures Bilioninsss, *..
the land in private ownership is now lues that aU ,food, I stlpation, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Chills, and all Liter
ed. That tillage does not produce required for the in Complaints. Used and recommended by the medical profession I
half of \vhajt the .land might be made great departments your generally.
yield without, losing an atom of its methods already in a
tility. Yet the waste of our treasure' miles of gardens Home A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'S ,
proceeded so far that the actual value -
the soil for productive purposes has an average of two ENDORSEMENT
.ready deteriorated more than It be supported on ev .
Dr. A. J. Hannah, a leading physician of UmatHla
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have done in five centuries of use.
k land by the highest b assuredto
On the, new lands of the west But. dismiss- Fifty-two times a year Fla. says: "I have been using Heroins in my practice :'
' and am well pleased with the results. I
onre the wheat yield was from twenty It has been you if you always
thirty bushels an acre St is now like those of Bel- keep some on hand, and think it a grand medicine "."
: .I' twelve to eighteen. Frankly and race accus- for Biliousness and Liver Complaints."
ahame this is attributed to the of living and ol
out of the soil as it the earth us, not living in vir- READ Me SUNThat Large Bottle, 50c Avoid All Substitute -
garment that must be destroyed by of Russia but an
wearing. If the earth the mother. and exceed-
Ballard Snow Liniment Co..
humanity is to "wear out" what is community, illustrated weekly paper !

become of therace! food enough for the in Tallahassee and
printed Lour
St. U. S. A.
Certain it is that the time has come : to the square mile.
setting our household in order and that ratio as a published everywhere.
ing a serious study of national though the actual 1 t
and economy according to a truer gives a figure I
4 and more rational mood. even than this, the A. K. Taylor !3
Y The first step is to realize'our farm land In SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
once upon the cultivation of the soiL the date of the last
next will be to concentrate popular materially enlarged RED CROSS PHARMACY, TITUSVILLE, and tAU GALLIE PHARSACT, tAU GILLIE

., ,,, u est and invention and hope upon that would support In Makes the cartoons and all the ___ ______ __ _h_' ______._ ___ ___
lected occupation. We are still clinging enabling them
t F the skirt of a civilization born of raise considerable other pictures.
Cities. We at this moment use a to engage in neces- THE; BRIDGEPORT
; ;: which calls the stupid man "a employments. Apply
e Genius has shunned the farm and the entire acreage
pended Itself upon mechanical the United States Claude L'EngleIn
and commerce And the manifold ,- unimproved which "THE MOTOR THAT MOTES"There 4

whose, favorable reactions filter 83S.591.774 acres, the -
& slowly to the plot of ground upon \\' as able to live with -
'i stands solidly the real master of on the actually pungent editorial paragraph
is have
why cannot
no reason satisfactorymotor
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and of his destiny. If we' area of this country, the that you
looks after things
: our problem aright all this will system and a fairly outfit. Let us demonstrate The Bridgeport to you
and a larger comprehension of means highly scien- need attention.
r- ture' as our mean resource and our rises to 6- :,OK.S& and we will convince you that there is at least one reliable
dignified and Independept occupation if not another acre '
I, .; .' for'the future direct to their just aim. from the wilderness, WARM BRIGHT FACINATINGLY gasoline motor built. The more severe your work, the

the Improvement of methods and the kindly and intelli- more anxious we are to have you own a Bridgeport the t
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e' crease of yield, the wisdom and the were distributed CLEVER
ence and the willing labor of the was concen- simplest, most reliable and durable motor on the market.
I who thus may transmit to posterity possible utilization Tp
unimpaired Inheritance.. national resource
y. .+ Agriculture' .in the most all necessary That the SunIf No Valves No Cams No Gears ,

meaning of the'term.' Is something ,..In, round numbers,
unknown in the: United State.' We to
Easy Operate '
a tight scratching ,ol tile IOU and the need of the ;
gathering..pf all that. It;pan be, made I the moral to which you pay to read this paper'youcan
yield by, the most 'f pl41Y. must await us! read THE SUN too, Working Farts Quietly Accessible
methods..,manufactures. we have I 125.000,000 people 'and I .
: 4o consider*nall economies so I of the century over WITHOUT EXTRA EXPENSB. I1 .TOR
Pt;. t that the difference of a fraction of : ; room and food and 4 _
,cent the"'utilization of 'a by product I the United States. For Those Who Must Be SatisfiedF.
a 4 '..something formerly .consigned to live? What are they write and {r
Ask us
a us or
scrap heap..makes the difference our mineral re

x,2" a profit and bankruptcy. In farming so nearly exhaust N. HITCHCOCK & CO., Agents
r are satisfied with a small yield at the related to them

).at....'of the 'most rapid soil I place. By. that W 'll'' tell hOW. TitusTille, Floridal'
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fame during .I'\/
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K- ';? ;j: TitasvUle, i' ,_", lCIJmer'a3lf. la'.crytL am overjoyed
:"J"'" :7 .;"t!. T ..tefpablfe iastatetfw:'.:J7 -7"x,' ',. serveyor;: J. P. ;I looked at him'across the.table and and bladder remedy. '.' ,." .
J:;. .;. ...... the wickedness of our country TUB remedy ts recommendedby .
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.t "}_"Mij. .. JW...B.NarrraodcoU "' -.' wondered If'.he.wasn't going to drop 4.: { ; It Is the great but beg to call your attention;jto deafen who have sold 'k:for .. C>:- tt
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the Insidious atrocious peekaboo waistI
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c.\.. ? ; many yean and know its value. .. ; j
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TYaOMXI "' up:to the sitting loOm: .He bad ceQtUr1; words
; '., ; cannot find to express mlopinion It has received'1S..nds.cl ""i 'atestimooia6 (
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-p 47 1lsigTl SSS.i5.F' A.to.ii7S] sat down and lighted his cigar and had. :I 1 scientific after research jean of of It. Why l'am Int rmedthat' from ; ,.

f.s.mnc..Joha -B.-.vd. ,'IndWSD. fs the cat on his knee when'I observed;- by tomorrow mornlDg'the firm of grateful people. a :
._,lM.ft iA'\ -jfoettt,Cma;T. .Codahatt: ,'LaOrssge. "We:might'Jakea: ride 'in*the.Op '' .. Dr. Kilmer the eminent It has been prescribed by phy-;.' .
and bead Jlggs Jigs & Co. will throw on their < :
., : JeMitf seHkmsm kidney "0
.. : .. mf z JaeJ41m, Monday sedans with _
'.( car this evening. der the most sahsadory'results. "' .
-t"A"t *. ataith. specialist- aDd is counters several thousands. of these immodest .-:
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,. A week ago when.I made the umesuggestion wonderfully successful la. promptly carter > : \ ,
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cr"": ."'w. !"ti "i''w'" ..";;; a he, glared-at m'"to )18la lame back,kidney, bladder, VIe acid troubles low price of a dollar each. I beg of It has often saved He before. i 4 1 =' ."" '? :

i : .. ks" BowsereSf minute < and wanted. to know It Ithought and Brtght's Disease which' .the, ,worst yon to take some official action on thhcrying medicine could have been sent for I Ior ;'t \ _. j'- '
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1.21.. : 'm' form of kidney trouble.
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Y-j"' ',;f.i'' aVt Dr.'Kilmer's Swamp-Root
f,{SL'If'iWM'jj.Kt k : : -" "" ., up :'wlli'caWe" .: and hogsNow-' besmiled'sweetly your attention." It only costs a quarter. Can, .; ,, ... r K .<

a Acs[ : QueerlUk i and'.replied: say fiver or bladder trouble it will be found The heavy set man then left the con you afford to risk ao much for to .-", r :.-, -'- .

eitIt ,... "With -greatest'of pleasure, dear' ; Just the remedy you need. It has been testedin vention. Next morning at the store of fetfe? BUY IT NOW. i '; :;l '

'. -. I think the.ride would do both of us so many ways, in hospital work,in private Jiggs Jaggs & Co. he might have been ..: .. .. : 1.
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'if !!f.?:, -. ,. : "Did you..know that the gas bill ,IS vase relief and bas proved successful taking another order for a load of peek f:.' t1

.. He Refuses. :'to.Fmd: Fault. WiAITxings Just as large,as last month 1". I asked every case that a special' arrangement has aboo waists and receiving congratula 50 YEARS' S :f' ;r:,
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".'" ,o,,. "', ',1 at Home and ThUf "I didfi'fcknow :it, but our. bills; are Judge. -
". ... have'nokick' sample bottle sent free,by man, also a book .:.J. .'
,,, *. always so reuonable.that we telling more about Swamp-Root and how to r .

'v Worries. Wife' .. coming. I used to ;think a gas rind out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. New Light'OB Dairying- .ff
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f;;,' .;MAKES MANY EXCUSES "The range coal Is'out again. It send your address to "lesson on the cow" She was tryingto
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"sold you a short ton." Various uses of the milk. Butter ;

ti. it ; .' .Doctor.RcAnura. Her Declaring It 6Ody "I hanTy'think so.:, ,Of course ;!t' .
whether
,i\ dollar> sizes are sold by an good druggDon't I*. ascertain oar opinion free MI
1* lots of talk about dishonest coal the wanted some bright genius to tell Invention to Probably MteaUbta. Communtc ,I r

"' .:-'-:'," Resting wpadDUCI"f men; but we must take It for,what it make any: mistake, bat'remember how the farmer fed the surplus milk to tent fne. yen tW.for Hand IeCIIJ'iu boot on Pa&eDI.I' 2 ,
t5fj; the name, Swsmp.root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Mnnn *"{;Q, ramlvtmaUa ,
: Better Hotel
the pigs. Leading to this she asked
a is worth. We doubt got all that was up 1
:<"' ., .. no Boot, and the addras. Binghamton, N. Y, iPa ,withoat charge lathe ;.
.;.J; j' :' ,v coming to us, and I'don't suppose acy on ever bottle. this question: '
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of it has'been wasted in tSb, house." "Now, children, after the farmer has Jinterkaw.A .
; Goprrls-ht.. U08fby P. C. lEutmentl'.3t curie Qrier. made all the butter and cheese he tand ahutrated weekly t.ane ::t
{ tfAS standing out the frontti' Tramp a I went to the telephone and softly rang eolmtion of ur MdeBUle tow& LT '1'_....a ,f ?
on
: Six weeks 'when In fear and needs and uses what milk he wants for .MJ ton mon,$ U
ago, .
J. steps when Mr. Bowser up the doctor and said: his what does he do with :
4a' I dropped trembling I had informed Mr. Bowser "Doctor I wish would come family the UNN! = ifWi C
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off the .half block the milk that still remainsrDead 1
car a away -
the-coal he had
..1" ," ..... \ that was out got up over to the house a minute." ,.,
t', .>\ : other 'evening, 'and I saw at once and fairly howled.: ,He charged the "What It asked. silence followed for a moment
is ? Ije
:;. .that. something was the matter with coal man-with-cheating him.:out of a and then one little hand waved fran EAST COAST MEAT MARKET ;
"".- .. "Mr. Bowser has'got a strange spellon. tlcally. The teacher smiled and said :
., him: He did not turn and .shake bis quarter: a ton, and he charged me ." "
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a.-: t fist at. the : conductor and when a with having sold another quarter. to "What do. you mean by. strange "Weil"He James. it back into the cow!" Q. F.DUBEU,Agent,. t
pours
tramps.. I sat.and looked at him and -
:'i: tramp asked him for money he did not spell? James.-Woman's Home Companion
piped
i t:' S crab the poor man .and throw him wondered If he could' be my Bowser. I "Why,. he won't find fault with any- = Florida and r
was still looking when a tramp came
against the Pence Between the corner thing and I can't make him mad. He ---,--
ii. 't to the door. Mr. Bowser answered the is as complacent as a clam. Do you Bard to Tell.
fwd
i the gate a boy was driving a goat ring, and when asked for a' lime be think he has 'a preSentiment'that he Is The worried proofreader wrinkled his Westerabeats =
bitched to a wagon. Tbe goat ran \
pulled out a quarter. and handed It not long for this world 1" weary brow as.he read over the slip

; ,against. Mr.' Bowser' and crowded'him over,with: :'Ob, he's all right" laughed the doc he held for the'twentieth consecutivetime

_;; into the ditch I'; looked to see that '"Of.course I'll- help.you and be gladto tor. "Such. spells come to all. men. with less apprehension each time

? .;\ coat.lifted high Jn the air and flung do It"Now He's just resting up to get a better of its meaning; wjJ

ii:' .k into a shade tree across the street.but two weeks ago that same tramp hold. Lookout for him -when he breaks "I. wish I knew for sure," be groan. of all Kinds. p

w '4 nothing of the sort happened. Mr. called and asked_for a nickel and Mr loose again.: .'Don't beat all anxious.I ed as he tied his tenth wet towel

r Bowser simply' smiled, patted the Bowser ran him out .of the yard. and have known a thousand uses of It around his head, 'If this is just W 1

o' frightened boy. on' the. head and came across- the road and threatened him Good night." M.'QUAD. they are afraid to own up to or'really HTUSVHLE, FLORIDA.

.:_. along.. with state prison for life. When he that essay by Henry James that was

.. ;"Are you 111 tonight I asked as he'I' had returned to the sitting room Iasked ANTI-SWEARING BUCKL'E. sent up today-Baltimore American

;'. : ,came up the steps and playfully pinch. : The MoslValuable Sit of Yttkt and Bab

';:"t-: '. del my something that had not happened "Did you have a fainting spell at the AaerIe PrleM Inventor Rewardedby An Ounce of Prevention B.ildi"z Bookt ar Publiikfd.RUDDER ,

'';:'? 'before in fifteen years. office today French Academy.In is worth a pound of cure. There are
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:ty: .*111J I never felt better In D1.111t.,". "A .what!" be exclaimed. "Why, of the hope that'men will swear less many poor sufferers, consumptives who

f >= .- be..DlWered.tjfi course not. I told you I never felt bet In adjusting their clothing, the Rev. are hopeless of getting well-who, if they HOW -TO BOOKS '

( "The girl went.to bed with a bead- ter. What made you ask such. a silly Father Barabase of the Holy Rosary had taken care of themselves, would now ,
Over boats have been built from the fine
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be well. A cough is the foundation of )ors
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.t ,. ache this afternoon, and I'm afraid wewon't question Catholic church at"Baltimore has Invented Ballard's Horehound printed in these books-Sutccisfully sailed in f h '
have a very good dinner." !"Because I have a bit of news, and a detachable buckle for which consumption. Syrup every clime and upon every tea-Full detail
$;:.;- will cure that cough. Mrs. S--. Great drawing of ail fans showing what it b and
"'>. ."That's all .right, .dear.> Headaches If you were not feeling well I wouldn'tbreak he recently received from the French Falls, Montana, writes: "I have need Bal. how to nuke it-Text extremely simple.

; f-: will happen, and we must put up with it for,a day or two." academy a gold medal for encourage- lard's Horehound Syrup in my family for HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $80 ",

uthem,- Brak .News t. Him. ment of art and industry says a special years-my children never suffer with U foot MO*...lbo>l Lark...
, G'"d Gr.mada F.r CoMplatat.r "Let us have it now. You can hold dispatch to the New York'Times. coughs. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy. nor; good nouf+ boat totw]to lean Ut tmmia I..
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!t. Be might have complained of the the[ camphor bottle to my nose 'if you Father-Barabase in talking about his A fin* boat for afteraov* aailiee t>oktm< aloi.. hiboal ti '

: < '_ roast the coffee the pudding and other see me fainting""Mother invention said: Cabb,.'. Suggestion. rigi full-"!*piana? Ua.b..nnwaalwb..verbeit..J,kt._of completed boaU. ;woe? tut a

i-.. .. things, but not a word did he utter. 1 will be here the middle of "It may look odd that a clergyman HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
: the week. with duties Most _till noiic ..ad iB. .".r d..iea.l; frlnwtowr
In conjunction the spiritual .
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oS ia .rlB.A ji;,. ..-' "Will she? That's pood. I was of his calling should devote his time via nib.

thinking of the dear old lady this after to practical Inventions particularly HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
Simple and priftir ihovis bow towutr.A.l.a.otuatort.ewob.uy.latorl .
0" noon. I shall be glad to see her." when he occupies his mind with such he J 4x *v rul other plaM.

"She Is your mother-in-law you a thing as the new construction of a HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA a ( ;
&M ll amiiinl rni.iaj bai9 rftbia letHcdMiler
> ; good ; (
know buckle j faiuU lur_.10.. .-.t-n. hl

"Of course." "Clergymen and buckles apparently HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOP !

Is here she she rather have logical but from 1F A dew little uiliny butt,nib moderate overbaad.ui
f 0 "And when she no connection taall tail pilL

bosses you. personal experience and by observationI ti. HOW TO BUILD FLATTIE OR SHARPIE

.:Of course, but I don't lay that upagainst I have learned that many persons .LI Eat y to bGdd;...f"thin ttraixht;ju t Uw era!{for.kojto .
beam with jCU b.Irailt very chuplj,ciUu tlaop or at ng
her. I'll meet her at the depot while manipulating a buckle on their 'ttti HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHTA

with a carriage and she shall stay all garments are otten' either tempted to I J rompIcU dwripbon of how to baiid mudtii alto lia*
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0 e the rest of the summer with us." swear or actually do swear becausethe ,
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,,. .. For the next five minutes I didn't buckle sometimes will not work PRICE $1. EACH

know whether to telephone the doctor, according to their wishes. PNCMIO .1 CXPNCSS tNVWHEIIC le

: ,. ring for the ambulance or send out for "Desiring to reduce at least if not Bound in cloth-Gold lettering;-Size of pag. ,

the police. Mr. Bowser's demeanor to obviate among the people the bad <9< by u inches-Urte, cieariy-drawn plans. .

fairly frightened me. It was plain that habit of swearing, I have been thinking i- +IRi THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
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he was acting under some sort of .a and working to Improve the old MuMDr STRUT NEW You*, u. S. a 1.t 1.

spell By* and by I determined to style buckle and now I am confident I Ssnd postal for Catalog of Booty for r

bring up a subject that has never failed have attained that end. Old l.adl-Do make haste cabman, yatktsman't library.KILLTH .

: : to arouse his anger and bring him "The high award in recognition of )lease. I shall lose my train. t

: back to Bowserdom. lie was smoothIng my Invention by the academy at Paris Cabbj-Well, you see, mum. 'e always %/

r the .cat and praising the color of makes me feel that by inventing my falls on 'is, 'ed if 'e trots down

i her eyes when I said: new detachable buckle I have performed 'ill. 'E can't run up 'ill, for 'e's broken = COUCH

"Mr. Bowser do you ever retail the faithfully one of the duties ofa winded an' if you 'urry 'im on the AND CURE THI LUNC8

silly love letters you wrote me before clergyman/] level 'e gen'l.v 'as a fit o' the staggers.

BOWSXB *A1I HIM OUT OF THE YARD married?" But we'll try if you likes, mum. Kim
:1fL' we were Trouble of Amntenr. tvi
ACSOSB THE ao.AD.i an : Paper. WITH Dr. .
Spearmintr'-London
AMD -"Once in awhile." he replied followed up, King'sNew
"I
thought you had gone to raising '
would -
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; :, encouraged him by a laugh."I fees," said the man from the city. "I She Found Belief

.'. not. His attitude puzzled and alarmed have kept them and was reading don't see any sign of them around DiscoveryONSUMP110N ; .
.me: When we were halfway through them over the other dayIt doesn'tS'tJlll sere-" If you are troubled with liver complaint
: 'observed that the butcher and have not received help read i.t
;, the meal I possible that you could have "I had halt a dozen colonies of the Price
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E. Hammond Moody
much bone with his.: Mrs. Mary ,
too
was i.plneeDdlUC of tberdast lot written such rot." finest bees I could get." answered the exaa. "I was in poor health-with liver FOR OUGHS aad SOc &$1.00 ...'aj .

the meat and that many, "But I, was like all other young suburbanite, "and a whole library of irouble-for over a year. Doctors did me OLDS Free Trial.
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not
but be did >
of:potatoes were baa asses. I thought you were the sun literature on bee raising, but they no good and I tried Heroine, and three >
and
the Surest Quickest Cure for all
r breakout, Into threats against noon. stars and all else." swarmed one day and while I was iottles cured me. I can't say too much THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES I

: butcher and grocer. On the contrary "You used poor grammar and spelled looking through my books to find out for Heroine, as it is a wonderful liver or MONEY BACK ,

<. he smiled and replied: many of your words!! wrong.. what was the proper thing to do when medicine. I always have it in the honee. ,
..T "We must not be too bard on them, "X"o doubt, my dear. When a feller bees swarmed the blamed things flew Publish where you wish." Sold by It'dCross ; $t tf
; butcher must sell Pharmacv.
; Mrs. Bowser.: The is in love he doesn't stop for grammaror away and I've never seen 'em since."
the bones to some one and potatoes are orthography. Lord but how I did Chicago Tribune.A ---- -- -

not always what the grocer buys them oeaBTOR2a.: -r $
want to die for you 1to "
Ii: for." I had brought up the most painful Scientific Wonder loin g0 rED
the i. Z-
; "I'm afraid the cook can't keep subject in our lives and the one to The COM that stand to its credit makeBucklf'n' Bip&UlI t t
continued a moment 01 .
f place here. I and he had not Arnica Salve a scientific won. e -
him hardest yet
.... later prick der. It cured E. R. )Mniford lecturer for t "
had smiled com ;
winced. He even 1j
won't trouble us, my dear. It the Patrons Husbandry Wayneboro,
1-: That ?
-: : and tried to HOtUa: -p'
there
I sat
placently. Pa. of a distressing case of piles. It heals
another. ''
V5'' i. is euTto must get tell you that a boy In the thInkot, something else but gave up the worst burns !!sores boils, ulcers, cute, Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets' quality Make sure When a yield jour of tuber quantity pUotd and y

, T' I "1 "I stone and smashed a in despair. By and by he nodded and wounds chilblains and salt rheum. Only A Buy Jtadica Lr Buj Feoplt. }'ur)'" thq .ero tM heat on tit. .] .t a

j; alley threw a-In one of. the back windows yawned and after a minute put the 25 cents at Red Cross Pharmacy.OA.TOR.XA.. TingOoUaa EealUi ud Renewed Vigor. Inc market ever but dote they w.ban iue teen UpeN Impro usiiiliJa.ale ;. ,j
r> of
glass
: ; pane cat down and said: A sueciflc f(\t Constipation.! Indijwtton.Lire U j
!h-- : this afternoon. and Kidney Troubles Piaaplw. : frig 4 I J
occasions when we "Dear. If you don't clad I'll lie Blood. Bad Breath Sluzgish Bowers Headache tr.ud,tree to a l ,,: On two previous In the same down on the lounge for awhile, but IIaarat IEt rid yr "'IiIJJS Eltt and Backae? It's Rocky Mountain Tea fa tab D. .. nUT' co.. DetroL ..... f
..,:;-.:. luve bad windows broken let form. :55: cwrta a bo:. Genuine made by j
. :' J: Mr. Bowser bad got red In the dont let me sleep more than an hour. Bouiartt Dwo COXPASY, Jladiaon wia.
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    "''I J7i;1' Jfi"j# jYel" the_, imceofd.'_ ,. .-. '".1<' / C. we; ,\( 'a main vetimportant; < in7lh point'audiuyftict'the whole irtth.thae, of.:the'greatest. State fairs all the burden, and the owners of the turnips on this land for winter -
    point
    ..
    I
    itIT}. : .&:1!'. > ."" s;Yy' ---" .-- _:-JW--" "' ... 'm'i di rU t private individual off the country, .and sec1rlngsuRes. land Improved.are to reap all,the benefit crop8>-W. E. Embry in New York
    e contraterey % um'j.tiU ,,,propbeition.. _, : :No ,, .
    :! 5 J' -- fl ,betweeayy v } 'I :-: --I ;of : Uons from hundreds of: experienced The large corporations. ., who own World, .
    piece
    s ;
    ,jlj. ; (Umpro propertyonlees ,
    ; m> ,* ;v,pi geBryauiadBbgerC.;;! :Sollivsni! ,:. ,f felt fair workers in all parts'of the,.Union.As several million acres in ;the Everglades setts SICK '
    he that he .
    ;:reeeonably _
    _. : ;sure. ,, .... vitae DOT
    .\; } R' '\..Chicago, the Illinois Democratic national bad;or :would;.secure:a :good'title- :to it, a result it may be truthfully,stated most of whichwas_, given them

    ;",,'10;;;';1 ,......lp.- :r"-", -:'< '"mml.IIIDdeed' to be.regretted.Sack anditbe; :stste, in 'this,matter should be that,he lists are more. complete' than by the State., would by this" plan get Bat Cared by_Chamberlala'l Colie,,cholera

    A -4 f\ ; a diepute between prominent;;men guided>)by,the.sftme, ..bumnew;principle any ever issued by ,a State fair. their'lands drained at. the expense'of and Dlarrboea Remedy

    *: _r -. iutheparty.Ie.riot'calealatedtoLt+rsdt :Particular attention has been givento This is beautiful little "When boy two old b .
    ;, --4 :! ,which a business man,:would follow ia a the State. a my was years *

    &L :t a ,: the< Deroocrstio party or, help. Mr. Bryan' similar' case .where :his ,personal ,every department, agricultural, horticultural scheme in the interest of the large bad a very severe attack of bowel com-
    't (be nomination, plaint, but by the DU of Cbamberlaka'
    ; to cecnie
    . ; ; > .. ", j baainew 'interests far citrus .fruits ,industrial, ed- looks that tousLake
    t;'. fl'' ..... _- : :: -- ""-'':".. '. : were: .affected..80 corporations, or way Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
    . :. ; : : Penosylvan'iii consta as, we. could''observe ,the: nearest .the national live stock, mineral, woman's City Reporter. we brought him out all right.1 ears

    'i <::- -iW'o"J .; : A.Dlnely-poond.;ooantr 'IIV;;' "da governor came to answering the questionwas work children's department, etc., and The editor of the Reporter, we be- Maggie Hickox, of Midland, Mich This -
    bie iiieeedt
    to>>t >- remedy can be depended in the-
    U; i.-W' ". *' '.- route .a woman.>a..i> id his ptospeo" his contention' that,. assuming his no, products or' articles of any kind lieve, is Secretary of the State Democratic most severe cases, Even cholera upon infantam <

    , :tf. ; :'live prisoner;withont any trooble.; She own .position in, reference to the state's known ,to Florida are lest put The Committee, a majority of is cared by it. Follow the plaiD printed
    '
    I 4 welded l "nearly 350iouadsJ'4fou title ',to the, lands &0. be the correct one, names of the judges in every ,department which is with the State administration directions and a cure ia certain. For.te-

    'm 'r\. ,.. the;supreme .court' would cide in the ot exhibition be announced by all druggists and medicine dealers. .
    i c ? want me to go you'll jute Ce f0MTy.me will, and we take it for granted that .

    !It-- < r -'-;: < i b 8he.-81id.-4'f'woD'. ..; ,,"'" '.t: 'move) ;,.4llbot unless stale's favor.. This-and answer ia hardly i a fifteen days before the Fair,and none the'Secretary is trying to uphold the Trip Down Two West Florida Hirers

    'i{ ,&t you', dot 'The .constable, walked.around satisfactory one, does: not really but the most experienced capable and administration and its policieis throu
    i Congressman Burton chairman of
    : her. then aid'he guessed he'd go home.' answer the I question.. fair-minded judges will be allowed to Ii administration and its policies ,
    .,;.. '" ', Gov. Broward saya- the ,Pensacola the House committee on rivers and
    '{." ...Z;"" '- officiate. through his paper. Granting it to bea ;
    1'.1.'.':: t. The, greatly' reduced. Republican;;pin- Journal, bas made an answer to this Surprising even to the most optimistic fact the above is an honest confession harbors. Congressman Adamson, from ,
    !-&: "
    <
    !'. ', : 10'ir"' ., relit do ,Maine; the 'other day;/shewed question lately, and it will, appear i in the'is Fair workers is the number of of a Broward paper. That the the Columbus district who made a -

    ;f' dissatisfied with'the 18 of the Journal of nest Sunday and number of friends in this city whent
    f 1R .that the.peopte:were counties that are 'making :arrangements railroads own.most of the Everglades
    f-; workings of the prohibition Flaws: of that will be watched with interest, as those he visited here several months since,
    fJ. ? to and for
    " "..>,,: who participate compete lands and are claiming the rest before
    ! state, and'-.the vote in South Carolina'f have followed his contentions have accompanied by several citizens, wilt 'k
    ; ;_ 'i : > noticed the grand prizes offered. On Mondaya the courts Is not. lenied.. Whetherthe

    1 : $ shows that.the people oi that;state-are that heretofore he, I has ignored total of twenty-four' had reported, State or the Federal Government leave Columbus on one of the river-

    '. tired of the unwise state dispensary this important question. trip
    heartily -
    steamers the 22d instant for
    on a
    others to
    frIR': and several are expected drains the Everglades, it will makeno
    _< aystenC The.drift in each of ,these the Chattahoochee
    down
    Why Vote tolacrease Taxes. line themselves up before the end difference with the people-they and Apalachicola ;
    '
    .a; : commonwealths is toward local option,
    : I- Rivers to this Mr. Burton
    of the week. It city.
    ; present is confidently will have to pay for it in the end. If
    J X which ia local self government "OldPop, in the Gulf Coast Breeze, ,
    ,
    Gff. ,:j .. says of voting on the constitutional expected that there will be represented the Government does it we will have was prevented from making the trip

    at the Fair not less than ten with the delegation last winter, and
    In a series of letters a writer in the amendments: .' more ten years to pay it back. If that con- _

    rte'" Pennicola;Journal is 'giving his imp rel- I am not in the habit of scribbling for counties than were represented at the stitutional amendment is adopted at being anxious to see the country, he .

    ''' alone of the country down in .Honduras, publicity but, seeing, so much in the Georgia State Fair, the largest ever the November election, giving the now avails himself of the opportunity.

    x r and i! f are 1eaU1 interesting, bat after, newspapers pro and con on the drainage held in the South, excepting the Flor- State the authority to impose the tax Apalachicola will see to it that her

    : : one has carefully.. perused- ,, them- yon are mendment, I want to ask one question: ida State Fair of last year. direct upon her citizens for the pur- well-known reputation for hospitalityis

    more satisfied than c"ever with South florida Why is there so much said about that This, large number of counties com- pose, why Broward would be com sustained when the visitors'reac ,

    '' and'Brevard county, in particUlar. drainage amendment, when the others peting is due to several reasons pelling .us to come across with the here.-Apalachicola Times.

    k Honduras in our humble'opinion{ ,suffers that are to be voted on at' the coming among them being the great success dough for him at once, or so much

    by"comparison, for S otbeaS\',Florida election are just as obnoxiousas achieved in conducting the Fair. last from time to time as he and his crowd Torture by Savage

    "' possesses more opportunities for 'profit the drainage amendment, justas year, assuming an even larger attendance could use up in fat jobs. The Fed- "Speaking of the torture to which
    of the tribes in the
    some Philip-
    and comfortable living than any 'sectionof undemocratic ,as the ones that of home-seekers this year; the eral Government, however will not pines subject their savage captives reminds me

    country in_Central. America._ _. were snowed under at .last electionI act. ",that an excellent exhibit at the advance a dollar until it surveys the of the intense suffering I endured for '
    I ., am pleased to that thatI three months from inflammation of
    the
    .lww > il C" 9 say every man Fair assures Florida fine representation territory to be drained to ascertainfirst
    : < Considerable interest is, taken in the bate approached on the subject says at the great Jamestown Exposi- kidneys," Bays W.M. Sherman, of Coab-
    it the thing be done. Brow
    can I =
    ;' new naturalization' law for the reason they are going to vote against the last bog, Me.; "Nothing helped me until 1
    last but
    tion of 1907 and
    " by no means ard, however, thinks it can, and is going tried Electric Bitters, three bottles ot
    that it affects every 'state in the Union, one of"them and if I knew of a man in least, the fact that counties partici- blindly ahead at it, using pub- which completely' cured me." Cures,

    le .1 t.... and' more- /eepecially'i those- persons* *whoa C our county, that, was going to vote for pating this year will have advantageIn lic funds which the Legislature up er complaint, dyspepsia, blood disordersand
    have never taken oat theiriiatnrafizattonJ either of tbem,' I. would go and plead. provided malaria; and restores the weak andPr'OllS
    securing space at the great Pan- for hard surface roads. to robust health. Guaranteed
    by
    papers. Those who intend to become with him not to.do MX ;
    ; ama Exposition to be held at Tampa Another feature connected with this Red Cross Pharmacy. Price 50 cents.
    citizens of the United States should It seems to me that any measure that .
    January February and March. 1908. -
    few
    familiarize themselves with the 'new is not tainted a little! with graft or farori drainage scheme that very peoplein

    r regulations.. Thousands of newcomers,to teism is considered populistic. Why this section ever heard V of: The L. NOTICE OF ELECTION
    Yield
    F this country have delayed in taking out should! we vote for any measure that will Big of Fall PineapplesMr. & N. Ry owns large bodies of landsIn

    their first naturalization papers.. Those increase the burden of taxation? I notice .' J. C. Hancock of Stuart, whois the Everglades, and this road .

    persons are advised that, they have time that quite a lot of the land'in this county now in New-York, said to the New helped to elect Broward and is sup-

    c only until September 27 to declare their, has been assessed ift, } per cent higher, York Packer: porting him in his present plans-to To State the of Sheriff Florida of: Brevard County, of the-

    _, intention to become citizens under the and theper cent on the assessment is "The fruit is .coming Into blossom tax the people to drain its own (theL.

    law. about the it in & the whole Ever Be it known, that I, H CLAY CIU W.
    t existing same as was lOOt, which much, earlier than was expected, andI N.'s lands and
    FORD, Secretary of State of the State of Florida
    rt1 4 r i$ very near as much as it was when our would not be surprised to see a glades, if the courts will uphold the do hereby give notice that a

    =,' Mr: Bryan's strength haa always been state was'run by negroes and sorry (so crop of 20,000 to 20,500 crates from act of the Legislature granting the GENERAL ELECTIONWill

    'r ; e .in the South.. The Sonth has supported called) white Republicans.. And the as- our locality. The wind-up of the rest of these lands to said railroad.

    I :> him loyally, even when his own section, sessed valuation of property: now is five spring deal has not turned out the 1* held in Brevard County, State of

    r ,- the West;did not. He ia to be in thef times as much as it was at that time. quality and.size we had hoped. The burns As a Chamberlain's dressing for.Salve sores,is bruises all that and can Monday Florida, on in Tuesday November next, A.succeeding D. 1900, the the said Ant,

    Sooth this week and both the North and Let's hear from.some of you, and don'tall Tuesday being the --
    growers have been using plenty of fertilizer be desired. It is soothing and healing in
    4/ West,will please take note of how he is speak at once.. and unless it is the weather Its effect. It allays the pain of a burn SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBERFor

    .. : received since he has declared for government 1 almost instantly. This salve is also a
    I conditions, we are somewhat up in One Representative of the Second Ceu-
    qt > and state ownership of railroads. Chamberlain's Couch Remedy Acts OQ certain cure for chapped hands and gressional District of Florida in the Sixtieth
    'r" Nature' Plan the air about the poor quality and diseases of the skin. Price 25 cents. For Congress of the United State
    t : Several eminent Southern leaders
    very ,
    The most successful medicines are those size now being marketed. The 'ship sale by all druggists and medicine dealers. For Two Jobticea of the Supreme Cosrtcf,
    r: 3. including John Sharp, Williams! Senator the State of Florida. \.- '
    ;. f that aid nature. Chamberlain's in
    Cough our section well pleased
    pers are
    ! Bailey and Senator Daniel have been outspoken Weekly Weather Report. For Two Railroad Commissioners for the
    Remedy acts on this plan. Take it when
    .' with the returns made this State of Florida.
    :"I in their disagreement with Mr. yon have a cold and it will allay the :year. U.8.DEPARTMENT!: OF AGRICULTURE WIATH- For One Member of the House of Bepresen-

    " ,. .. Bryan on that proposition, and it remains cough, relieve the lungs, ail expectoration Though no average has been struck, BUREAU. tatives of the State of Florida. --

    \ the secretions and aid nature I should judge that returns from the For County Judge.
    :, :- yet to be seen how the masses' will re- open JUPITER FLA., Sept 11. 1906.
    in restoring the system to a healthy fall For County Assessor of Taxes
    ceie it. crop would center around $1.35to '
    condition. Thousands have testified Comparative statement of temperaturesand For Tax Collector
    ' e its superior excellence. It counteractsany $1.40." rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. For County Treasurer.For I.

    Mr. Bryan's advocacy of government tendency of a mid to"Molt in pneu Mr. Hancock, who is one of the 1906 1905 Five County Commissioners
    DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. KIN. For Three Members of the County Board of :'t
    : .ownership of, railways will not meet monia. Price 2-3 cents. Large size 50 largest shippers in his section, estimated Sept. 5. 88 79 88 79 Public Instruction. f

    with hearty support of Democrats in the cents. For sale by all druggists and medi- In behalf of the Florida East 6. 89 77 88 77 For Justice of the Peace in and for the fol- "'

    : southern i states. account of social cine dealers. 7. 89 75 88'77 lowing Justice District, vu; No. 2, 3, 5, 7, '
    I on conditions Coast Railway early in the season, 8. 87 74 88 76 13 19. SO.

    that possibly would follow. With The Powell brothers. I,. D. and that the fall crop would reach 80,000 14- 9. 88 76 89 76 For Constable in and for the following Ja I
    ioernmentownership of railways the 10. 89 76 85 73 tice District, via: No. 2, 3, 5, 7, 13. li, 2a
    Joseph, sure broke the record this crates, and he says that 75,000 crates ** 11. &9 75 85 76 In Testimony Whereof I hare bemato" -'
    : "Jim Crow" laws would fall flat and no Total rainfall for the week. T inches. '
    time. During their lower St. Johns had already come forward before he set my band and affixed the greatus. s'
    citizen could be debarred on account of Departure rainfall for the week minus 2.18 [ .] Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee !
    River and Lake Harney hunt they left and he believes the total will inches. ,the Capital this the ant
    his color from'riding in cars operated by Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st plus of
    killed 12C alligators and one cata- easily reach his estimate. He seems, day September A. D. 1908.
    the government. While, this is rather a 11.56 inches. H. CLAY CsAwroan,
    mount. arrived home therefore, well qualified to estimatethe H. P. HARMS
    They Saturday Secretary of State.
    t- to the
    sidflvisaiw queetion it allows how
    Official in Charge. To J. P. BKOWK
    fall Sheriff Brevard
    left yield County :
    and for cruise J
    i Monday a to Pa-
    ; i t; strongly. racial and social conditions. .,
    ..
    latka, via Crescent ,City, through the '
    F affect men'a views on what may be an
    lakes and St Johns River Bryan Will Visit State Fair at TampaHon.
    ; .important part of the next presidential swamp Florida Female College I

    .':. campaign.;? 7 back to this place.-DeLand Record. S.1.. Sparkman, who is in

    ;; ; New York, where he attended the
    '" Doctor Are Puzzled
    '-: t' | The present state of affairs in Cuba doe Bryan reception, has sent a telegramto TALLAHASSEE, FLA.IT .

    y not3bode' any good for Florida :It. is The remarkable recovery of Kenneth President T. J. L. Brown of the
    )fe is the robect POSSESSES IT
    Mclver, of Vancehoro. :, EMBRACESIdeal
    ,, ., X tho UJiJ1 .- that 1b]:,present revolutionthereJfjtataed I of much interest to' he medical State Fair Association, star ? that location

    4. _. < .iby'meqied. interests., in fraternity and aide circle of friends. he had extended an invitation :o Will- College of Liberal Arts

    this coiiatry> '.withf' t'r the $by of'tJkQ" control I He says of his-case: "Owing to severe lam J. Bryan to visit Florida and at- Excellent equipment, School for Teachers,
    inflammation of the throat and congestion Standard curriculum, School of Music vocal and instrumental
    the.indnstries of that and force -
    .ialsa*
    : ', I tend the State Fair in Tampa during
    : : of the lungs .three doctors gave me up Spacious gymnasium: ,
    I "_' &D fPilna|IO' q' eo trj. The fact to die, when, as a last?reiiort, I was induced November. Mr. Bryan replied that Heated including pipe organ', new
    swimming pool instrument
    ,
    that, tbe revolt .,iigaW President i Palma to try Dr. King's New Discovery he would certainly accept the cordial s;
    *C3-- Ji "
    wag' p* shows and I am happy to say, it saved mylife.ttCures Twenty-acre campus, School of Industrial Arts
    ", ; f; k is >sjf ) troiig c| eBTf dar Invitation tendered Colonel Brown including _
    \ the wont coughs and colds bronchitis by HI moral environment,
    J y7 that Isnbstsntial ttrd.isreceived jro'mooteUeaoorctt. Domestic Science andrt, ,1'Admiral
    :<,; a ; hoarseness did not I : ...
    :\3S. -v Wllili&il weak tongs, f, unforseen events prevent college spirit,
    '
    School of
    s. .. "" '"! tafrippe. his doing so. Governor'Broward telegraphed Steam heat, electric light.
    ?l'i'i f ,. largely; _irtaielted ,1& :f\Ban Pharmacy. 50c;and:$1.>XX Trial. bottle '
    t. ,. '' ''' Mr. a similar invitation -
    Bryan
    :: '
    ; :'!:ruderslaod:: \bIi'the ___, ... ,. ... -
    r' : ." 1Pi, ;,u : .4.
    >8Pi i\ ;.; '''-''''- ''] '11J in the name of,the.State of, Flordai'atther'eQtieat Young ladies contemplating entering the-College this Fall should write at once
    ',"'' y'.jf :t: .. ..-.,:.t .. .ir.j :CTORZA'a; ', for Session begins Wednesday September 28, and continues
    .
    dormitory room. ,
    ,
    . '
    F.J ., "J- -t....' < < "4f.-'L.- ". .. .. ( of President
    i
    '''- .:. ,i < w, '..... ,=.. ) ,*W*!=SB.. eight months.
    .. .
    :v .. ,. .h .. ; 4'1 fw-a .. -- BmRn .most,: '
    !
    fas graciouslyreceivedTuid
    .. ': ,- '" .. For and detailed information write to
    \; lf' :;t; .... .... 1 ," -.cii'ifi" -C- .... \. catalogue
    ";j. : tr'iJfF. ,..,, .7'fkv:3......" $i.i'< ':J > j.';t:.. ;;: -ae epted by M r.:Bryan. A. A. 7 UT7BPHB, President.
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    ..: *'h"-. -Us. _&;;a.V/iv, .*T -::band :ha,*. '. "" '''?'-'''' .,':; ....<: .' ....-'!,>o<>.; -11"--' ..-.. of:a.Teripleaspt-cJaai'and: ; : 'thepresent &solUaa.were. entered upon as herein provided. and all ,gliders of neb _'" '
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    't-'..::. -' !>:g.':')>. "' *-" -'**'.4.-,,-,' {l ,J. ._ ',_ isavm.dy : oersixty :proipeets55arethat everything theraoa.'and they did & :. court of record and diaebarietlte duties ", .. tr

    .,,-; : -L>p i- .ber'r: .. _.;.t' port ofTeg ycani o1dzAyer's.Cherry o! r:'there:;the. 'sesaon'wdllbecrorrded.E that the said Joint Resolutions be reeelve the emoluments ofanch until tbu; _::>" '
    ....J.' ". >boiavWe for ,month'of August'R to the electors: .et the State at the tftce. ._ .- "
    'Considerable r
    ; ..,:, the. : Pectrs1-Qf i ii:you have : property cca4L'Theaidcourtand S '
    t.{ Co -- : ... Election ia November, 1908. jud,.stall <'.
    "'"..''.....r. "t" Jed-l'_,. :" En.10.,... :'#'.-.....-.' 'r s'Jf,1 :'; heard of itprobibijbaveit changed hands'.there .last"'seaaoni;:and.' NOW, THEREFORE. L H. CLAY )% "original jurisdiction of an crim' .-., --i". {. ;
    '; :;; ,;< '- .''';, ;v."f' : ,' FORD'Secretary; of State et the &) cases, not capital;which shall arise In > :' '
    :;"; te2'r.. an7prelimlnary.meetIngsaloin : .. ; ,. 'Dace in the r D1lyir6tays; quite a number of pretty. cottages went l'Jorldado.. hereby,. ,. five notice. that a county; and shall have is Escambia 1. n'
    .
    ..".':..'f':: /(' ,ancI' -{;suociation bas"lilybeerr'organlr4 up.>> -D. Land RecOrd. .. -- .,concurrent with the Circuit Court and '::. :
    .
    the one howehoW for ELECTION Judge of said the = '
    remedy .GENERAL : county, same orifiaal : ; -
    ,:; : tat. ::81.."'p iers.Iff A'peitition' is In circulation asking of all other ease and matters --s'- y
    '
    :- J ;:; :" !o; coughs and hiri colds on;the will be held'in each-County
    fl'' : :: in ; droatteonrtandcircaitjudgeofaidoonn.: '
    t'r. additional service _('
    ; that train be Inaugurated
    !;' .t chest Askyoui'doctoriaboutIt.The Tuesday next succeeding the first. ,and the same power to issue eta of man- b'" 'l; .

    ',J* : tfbgieworks: ':dtsplaythe'Jackj ; .-* -; % ,. : v.- :_ ., ,from: Ocala. to :'Lakeland :to November A. D.. 1900. the said injunction, quo warranto,, certiorari ,.. : : j
    '5-10. batckiad ol a testimonial-, coJineet..tIi the train ingho'. habeas corpus and all writs prop. ...''. is.
    Fort to
    hfoTember
    iwtTille4Carulval ; Myers
    ; .
    : ; wIn !" ; and necessary to the complete exercise or '. >::
    ,.:, bOthe.moet magnificent ever seen In ,iltftors! 77I Tampa. So:far the petition has 'the SIXTH. DAY OF. jurisdiction u the circuit court and cir i;'J ..

    ';' "- ..Y" ; ; "I.o. "" names of Influential signers, and It Is for! the ratification or rejection of ,judge of said to county, except the power :: f '_
    i '.. hY.YYY. authority summon and empanel a r;- -
    : ''\::'' '.A1M .w.has.ea..t taint Resolutions T :,.
    ''' "J } ii: ,The'Comnateaionere. otc, ay'.County; A' ,1 There
    42. shall
    < "M1* CoastLine be six terms of said ...:
    ;)1lffi>t ribelag';urged to :appropriate $1.000 Y ers IAII fILU.' Atlantic. will give the re ARTICLE XXVIIL in each year. ,. ;
    foran exhibit at the 'State rats 5, ,. ._ .I '. quest just and due consideration. The Section 43. There shall be for said court a ''4 f
    coming
    F! .. .
    .Tr.1sv.M..tatw.ta.lbraola That the following amendment to attorney who shall be appointed '.'
    : relations between and points
    r jnTtimpa.' I stun on" atisd oIa Tampa XVI of the Constitution of the State of the Governor and confirmed by the Senate .
    .. k I intervening' from Lakeland to' Ocala ida be and it is hereby agreed to and who shall hold his office for four yean. ,

    r t. 1f sixth,annual,convention:of the Ayers Pills Increase,the activity of are quite close, and it is thought that be submitted to the electors of the compensation shall be fixed by law. g
    Turpentine Operators':.Association :. the ,business is large enough to .warrant Tuesday after the first Monday in be prosecuted upon information under
    ,!?; i i da. will be held In Jacksonville well He was being lowered into the an additional train being put A D. 1906, for ratification or rejection. to be filed by the prosecuting attorney.bnt t.
    Sep m ber'11 RI1d'f12 Section 32. The Governor, the grand jury of the circuit court for said
    $ well, and when only ten feet from on.Tampa,Herald., ler, the State Treasurer, the Attorney may indict for any offense triable in r
    ,.;' "' 'Twenty-flreIhousand dollars is the the al, and the Commissioner of ;court of record. Upon the finding of such f if ;
    -' "' ,top the .rope broke' There was Mr. W J. Lohman, who has twenty- the State of Florida, and their u e the circuit judge shall commit or S

    -t :amount ,so tar'subscrlbed for the proposed not sufficient ter'to. break the::tall, five acres of land at Amelia, is preparing office, are hereby constituted and the accused for trial in the court of rec

    .. k.; : Young Men's Christian. Assocla- that accident u a board of drainage commissioners, which trial shall be upon information.
    so the victim of the:
    sustained to 'set out a pecan'grove this authorized Section 45. The
    and clerk
    : tkm buildbig'at'T v : hereby empowered to of said court shall be
    "- mpa. terrible'wounds 'and .bruises. fall and, will plant from 300 '.to 350 ish a system of canals, drains. levees, shall the electors of cambia county
    tJ._ ,Dan C. McMullen, a prominent and and reservoirs of such dimensions and hold office for four years, and his '
    The Board -of Trade of.Fort'Myers., trees this year. He expects] to. Increase as in the judgment of said board of shall be fixed by law. The

    jI welltodo'resident. of, -Clearwater, laving. in. charge the ,arrangements the grove another year. The commissioners is deemed adnsible, to of Escambia county shall be the execn- ,
    and reclaim the swamp'and overflowed officer of said and his
    : Hlllsboro died in Texas last : court, duties and
    .$. ; County,, <<; : for' the purposed excursion of Flor variety selected will be the;soft shell, within the State of Florida, or such < shall be fixed by law. ,

    '>,i4. ,week. The body arrived. home Saturn ida's. lawmakers and newspaper men bearing a large nut These are now portions thereof aa is deemed best by Section 46. The same rules of procedure... -
    tif "dar. board of drainage commissioners from practice which obtain in the circuit court "-
    .kii; .,: ., up the Caloosahatchee River and! commanding 40 .cents a pound, against. time, and to provide for the irrigation the county shall obtain in the court

    ,.,,.;. .;,.....,.. '. -The Florida East Coast Railway is. across Lake' Okeechdbee, has decidedon 12,1-2 cents for .the ordinary nut Mr. lands reclaimed and to maintain such record, and all laws relative to'' criminal
    'X"' drains, levees dikes and reeervoirs in of record,except as otherwise provided rt
    :tt;' buDding' station at Wyman for theaccommodauonf Tuesday, September 18, as' the Lohman will put his trees forty feet manner as will be most advantageous. shall apply to aDd control the'court +
    : of the Japanese 'colony will trees territory drained the State of Fl record. Change of venue may be had from
    . date for starting 011. th" outing: The apart and plant some peach
    ; &: :.. ....... '$ inhabitants and the commerce thereof. court of record to the circuit court of an ,
    :2' ;; .... and::other' planters' :;and ""growers visitors ,wlU be. tlii guests> -, 6f, LeeCounty. between. He also intends to build a Section 33. That the board of county for the same causes, and under ,

    P >: : at that point.. e, summer cottage on. his land In the commissioners are hereby authorized laws providing for changing the venue a
    I .'. s empowered to establish drainage the circuit' court of one .county to the r
    f i. .;j.Shipments fish on ice;from,this Live Oak is':to have 'ar newspaper. fall or. spring.-Fernandlna Star. ix the boundaries thereof in the State of court of another county.. The Gov- ,>
    .
    '.'f" .. ,port for the week. ending Tuesday John McDaniel;and W. .S. ;Osborn, Miss' Susan Warner has recently sioners ida. That-the be and it board is authorized ef drainage and may.of Escambia in his discretion county,or order of any the circuit other I r

    ii.i ; .. :, :night amounted to twelve.carloads in both #formerly connected'' with the gone from Tryon,'N.: C., to Terra ed to prepare' a list or lists of all the to hold one or more terms or parts of .

    ;:.?. : )ulk 'and 102 barrels, aggregatingJ08,400 Democrat, are at the head of the 'com .i Haue, Ind., for- a visit with relatives. or within swamp such and drainage overflowed district taxable: or the of court the court of record of record.may be Any tried civil before cause. S

    It (.. ; pounds. This was, above the pany which is, to publish. it, The. i On her way she was, a passenger on tricts, and levy thereon an acreage or in case of the disqualification of .:
    I not exceeding ten.cents per acre judge of the court of record be tried > ;
    may
    ' !: average-Punta Gorda Herald. Democrat .says :"both are' good print train having most remarkable accident -.
    "" '. .. ,' num to be fired annually by said a judge'ad litem, or may be transferred to
    '\:", ..1 j :The two Bond mills at Lake Helenemploy ers and experienced, in the business: The: engine and a heavily of drainage commissioners, and the circuit court of Escambia county or any < : tax assessors of the various counties county in the same and
    way according I
    'IX about 200 hands' and their and will no doubt get a flrI-Class :loaded went the side
    <:,'" : up express caT over in part or in whole within such the same provision as govern such pro- /-t'
    L ,.: "-. ..day roll .is one' of'thelargest.of mill. newspaper." The first issue. ...nt'be of a bridge, resulting in the death 'of trict or districts shall receive such list in the circuit court of Escambia coon-. ... '
    .,.' and enter the same the tax rolls .- .
    ':fib' men in the State.. "The products ofIftelr out about September" 10. ':: t 5 one and the serious injury of twp officials county or counties in upon which such lands Section 47. The Supreme court of tile State : #

    .Jt mills bring thousands of dollars The' heavy lams and, 'consequent while the three passenger cars, lie and the amount so levied by the have appellate jurisdiction in all cases '
    : drainage commissioners in such law and in equity originating in the
    court 4
    :. Into: the county every month.-Volusia high water has .brought. such a press- ,including. Miss Warner's' sleeper form as may be prescribed by the record and in cases of conviction of felony

    i'. County Record. ur e of hyacinths against BilHe's Creek rushed on a.mile up the track and drainage commissioners from time to the court of record. The circuit court of 14
    k which amounts shall be collected by county shall have final appellate
    ".' A' :new real estate firm, Beard & bridge. 'as to threaten, that structure, stopped near a freight train no one ious tax collectors of the counties of all misdemeanors tried in the

    folding, will soon be established, in and the county< and town officials' '- realizing the situation till the men such levies have been made as other of record. All appeals or writs of error
    are collected in accordance with law, from the court of record, whether v3 i
    Leesburg :and Eustis: Mr. H. A. have set men tom work' in an. effort, to on the freight_ were heard to say: over said amounts collected to the voters'f the Supreme Court or Circuit Court, shall

    Beard will be located in Leesburg and breakup- the.,mass. -ofhyacinths, ,,which ''What a queer train-no engine!" and shall drainage have commissioners a lien superior, said to all other the prosecuted same rules in the as govern same way such and proceedings according

    i 'Mr.
    the have it!" ,districts to be enforced by tax levy, Approved June 6. 1905.ARTICLE .
    in, Eustls. The firm will also it, and have .to. use hand, saws. to cars come on past E
    .. cost of any work done under the
    : XXXII.
    : have an'offlw; at 11DearbornStreei.Ci ;. cut, an'opening.ln'th'esoUd;; -mass of I hereof or done prior to the adoption I
    .! plants..5' *--" .f* I-- ; rain from a Burn Promptly Relieved by amendment under the provisions of an That the following amendment to Article
    cago,Ilhi Ckamberlaln's Pain Balm be Legislature passed in 1005. of the Constitution of the State of
    '
    j'" : perk shipments the month ofAugust As a', proof that Lee County'>I can A little child of Michael Strauss, of Section 34. That the board of be and the same is hereby agreed to
    } .. shall be submitted
    ,, ; Vernon, ,Conn., was recently in great commissioners be and it is authorized to to the electors of the '
    : from the port of Pensacola produce early oranges, there is on_exhibition at the general election in 1908 for rsti-
    l pain from a burn on the hand, and as cise the right of emiueut domain in the
    ,
    ,. amounted to $1,776,398: an increase in the press office a Washington old applications only increased the inflammation demnation of land for the location of Section or 1.rejection Either: branch of the Legislature ,' 4
    als. drains, levees, dikes and
    x of.nearly one.million! .d "llax.s: -over: ,the navel orange from.;the grove of James N. Nichols, Mr. ,Strings' a local merchant came to Mr.for the; purposes aforesaid and may enter a regular to session this thereof may propose ,. i '.
    ;
    Constitution
    and if the
    ,
    Isaacs & Fischer that is almost a take and use such land as it may,
    ; The principal
    )Iaatyea rt l
    f.; same month something to stop the pain. Mr. condemnation proceedings, deem be agreed to by three-fifths of all the
    '; products exported were naval. stores, bright yellow and weighs 16 1.2 James N. Nichols says: 'Tadvieed himto for such purposes, and in elected to each house:such proposed
    l cotton 'iron- lumber and ounces, .showing the orange to be ripe nse Chamberlain's Pain Balm and the compensation to be paid for each land or shall be entered upon their re
    fjJ tobacco, : first. application drew not the inflammation of way, benefits to be derived from Journals with the yeas and nays and
    and full of juice.The is froma be in
    orange published
    timber. shall be considered the one newspaper in each
    r heavy and gave immediate relief I have drainage by jury.Section
    .lt steamer I four-year-old bud that has on "a used this liniment myself and recom- 35. The Legislature may month, where a newspaper is published for
    Line freight immediately preceding the
    The new Clyde next
    ' for the assessment of benefits derived by s
    Z.>..l. good crop of these large navels.-Fort ment it very often for cuts, burns strains election of Representatives, at which ta
    in of such and the
    \$;: Katahdin. Captain. Maguire, arrived and lame back and have knownit by reason drainage the
    ;
    -t. .;. Myers ,Press.: never thereof; the proceeds therefrom shall be same shall be submitted to the
    ;a port ,Jacksonville Sunday ,on her to disappoint." For sale by all druggists to: the board of drainage commissioners of the State for approval or rejection. '
    '
    : :It Is 'a fact beyond dispute that and medicine dealers. for a majority of the electors voting upon
    ?:Jt;L first voyage. The vessel, which is 225 used by them such drainage pu amendments at such election shall adopt '
    many of the orange groves within a Approved May 27, 1905.
    i. ?,{." feet in length, 38 .feet.beam and depth Cubans in Tampa Are With PalmaA amendments the same shall become a part
    > built few miles of the city will have a short ARTICLE XXIX. the Constitution. The proposed amend
    four decks, was t
    i' \ of 26 feet, with telegram dispatched to President shall be so submitted as to enable the
    a .! : the Cramps of Philadelphia, at a crop this season.. Some of, them bore was That Section nine ((9) of Article five ( ) to vote on each amendment separate-.
    , ,:" ;" by :! > I very heavily last.' year, and' it could Tomas Estrada Palma, of Cuba, the Constitution of the State of All amendments adopted at the election
    : cost of $300,000 Tuesday night by the Cuban Club of and the same is hereby amended so as which this is submitted or heretofore t t
    not be expected that the crop wouldbe .
    : as follows, viz: by the electors are hereby declared a.
    .o Sheriff John B. Turner. of Volusia. equally as large this year. The Tampa in which sorrow was expressed 'Section 9. The salary of each of the Constitution from the date of Urn '
    accidentally shot by the Supreme Court shall be four of the same.
    County who was at the spilling of blood between -
    trees have made a prodigious growth (", >00) dollars a year. The salary of Approved June 6, 1905. ,
    -. one of his deputies a short time ago, however and we may expect some- countrymen, and also sympa- Circuit Judge shall be three thousand The votes cast in compliance with said pro-

    Is slowly recovering, and Is'able' to be thing great next spring in the way of thy with the Government over the unfortunate hundred ($3.500)) dollars a year." amendments, and the canvass, declare- \ '
    I i That the foregoing amendment to : and returns thereof, shall be subjected
    up and moving around. He accompanied a. bloom, other things being equal. state of affairs prevailing 9 Article V of the Constitution is the same regulations and restrictions as are

    by his family, has gone to Sea Orlando there. The telegram also stated that agreed to and the same shall be I by law for general elections in the
    Reporter-Star. the electors of the State for approval of Florida.IX .
    where he will spend couple the club held itself in readiness for election of
    .. Breeze A rainy period started' in on Friday jection at the next general TESTIMONY WHEREOF I have here-
    of weeks',on the beach. Instant action at a word from the Cu- sentatives required by Section* 1, unto set my hand and affixed the
    which has'kept: up day and night XVII of the Constitution. [L. S.] Great Seal of the State of Florida at h

    _,, The tax books for Lafayette.County unW.Tuesday.. The country Is flooded ban Government.A Approved May 31, 3905.ARTICLE Tallahassee the Capital this first

    for 1906, which are now about completed prominent Cuban, in conversation XXX. day of August. A. D., 1906.H. .
    The rains
    with water. were very CLAY CHAWFOKD, aSecretary
    : ,',show;' ,a valuation of real, es- heavy here and along 'the coast, as with a Tribune reporter last That the following amendment to of SlateTo

    tabs of 11.951,133";, personal property, night, stated that the sympathy of V of the Constitution of the State of J. P. BROWS Sheriff Brevard County ,.
    ;.. well as to the north. The river has relative to the Judiciary Department Titnsville. Fla.. Aug. 3.
    railroad property, $118totall ,- the Cubans of this city is almost ._ .. .
    $312,260. and been out of its banks at Labelle, but numbered Section 39 of said Article V. n -- t f fk
    .J assessment of $2,381- wholly with the Government, and onlya the same is hereby agreed to and +
    ; 187/ora as the rains have been lighter to the submitted to the: electors of the State
    '-j;:_ '580. This Is an increase over lastyear's eastward, no damage is anticipated on few favor the revolutionsists. general election to be held on the first
    884423. It is understood that 700 men have day after the firSt Monday in
    valuation of
    [l .. the river. The rainfall here for five D. 1'JOfi. for ratification or rejection I GRAHAM:
    to leave for Cuba to
    signed a pledge
    Mr. A. W Dlmmock has gone downY days beginning on Friday amountedto Section 39. The annual salary ,
    i-
    'BrOad River looking for another fight for the republic if President judges of each of the Criminal Courts of CO.,
    Press.
    to 7.37 inches-Fort Myers ord hereafter to established
    Palma desires. now. or ( Paid Capita! ?3.>,GOO.(0 ,
    so Qp
    shipped < y
    the where
    ; ; .manatee, the,. one recently Colonel Robert W. Davis promisesto be paid q-iarterly by county
    This lands
    owns
    K court is established, and shall be as company '
    +&. having died/ .Be.; Is determined tor re contribute a, series of articles for There is more catarrh in this section of the In c counties less than fifteen thousand in the Indian River Opuii- ,. f

    = place It With:another and let the mil the Tampa Tribune on notable men country than all other diseases put together ulation one thousand dollars; in try,on the St. Lncie River, 3
    ?t the. New and until the last few years was supposed to from fifteen thousand to twenty-five at Sew River, and on Big-
    t'if" lions of people who, ylalt and 'measures. of Florida.. The first be incurable. For a great many years doctors population fifteen hundred dollars; in Bay. 4'
    York' Aquarium learaVnat a Florida pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed ties of from twenty-five thousand to cayne
    article will treat of the Westcotts,
    & Itke.-= local remedies, and by constantly failing to five thousand population two thousand TO SUIT THE TIflES. {
    F rt Myers
    sea cow' looks who figured prominently In Florida in cure with local treatment, pronounced it in. lars; and counties of more than Send for land list

    Press. States curable. Science has proven catarrh to be a thousand population twenty-five AT e, #
    ; ,- other days. One was a United constitutional disease, and therefore requires dollars hereby repealing any and all
    [i Shipments tof.. cigars from' Tampa Senator one ..a Judge of the State constitutional treatment 'sCa'arrhCure, or parts of the said Constitution in TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. E
    endingAugust 25 were manufactured by F.J. Cheney ft (:o., Toledo herewith.
    ,for the ;week. Supreme Court and one a prominent Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the Approved June 6,1905.ARTICLE ENNIS & FORT

    5,235,000. Previously .reported shipments market It is taken internally in doses from _..A
    Robert .L Lee XXXI. ---- _
    ; : "ere.I58,945.000. General 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on Iiit
    for this year- was the greatest general the world has the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. That the following amendments to and Repair Work
    : Tota\'shipments for the corresponding ever' k'nowu..Ballard's Snow Linimentis They offer one hundred dollars for any case V of the Constitution of the State of 4ik
    13 ,200,000. the liniment. Quickly cares it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testitnonials. relative to the Judiciary Department oJ
    were greatest G"ijTITUSVILLE
    + period of last..year .
    Address F.J. CHENEY A CO. Si
    D&.n ..within the reach orall. numbered Sections 40. 41, 42.. 4J, 44,43.
    The 'increase In' shipments for this alt is Texas writes ;&. -& 1d by druggists, 7k. Toledo, 0. 47, of said Article V, be and the FLA. .- ;
    T; H. Pointer Hempstead : Hales the beat.08f8TORta..
    .Family Pills are hereby' agreed to and shall be -
    &>&.,, --. .*. /year :op;to.Anfost.S5. was 27,980,000. "This is "to certify that Ballard's Snow the electors of the State at the general Wagons made and repaired. Horse Shoring '...

    "iferlR , bold for yean and has been found to bean rite KM Yn fed i tItIAc. first Monday in November, A. D., l or anywhere in the county will receive .
    ' Nrf \ .Prestol1'Thomp on. of Madison, excellent liniment rheumatic- painS ::-.,: ratification or rejection to-wit II. careful attention. We stand the freight

    ' .*- -",- J4* .was" seriously injured a few days ago I am never ,without it." Sold by Bed Section 40. 'There shall be way and guarantee to give you satisfac i
    .
    of Es nmbia whenever the
    the county Send us your work. i ij ir
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    .1''' F. p. r .r quoted aa flaying
    >...>".: .. :t .'.rl't'''' .f..hi,tI4' S'' Qi ':","" l'3',, '!" .:.'- tamHeruiannt' I achtop no-more pelvic catarrhal drain so. disagreeableand ink ow -_-- --.:______ Part of W. { of'S.E._ i, Del D, B. "0" j, ::'1:; ; :' 1
    ''"W _" $i:.;.;; '-- ;. t J!'j... : :pot : .. weakening, and overcomes every ; 383 ..______,____.__. 33 il. .. a .
    ....... page .
    ti _r"' ;- & .e' 'f> W WUett-i> 'pY'a' laearo ):0;)' "4 {r shudder........ .f&bInitwbuefa'i .' ,. form'of weakness incident. to- the organs' K. D. Qriffis_______... Lot'D of Block 9, Des D. B.' "QG" < .-
    ;i ;;: ; f boat off.the hotis distinctly feminine. '.
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    i.iii SOocer : Bice's Addition to Titus- : .
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    "Favorite the only
    } : ; .JS.feenaJlUDt'1 'eluby'De' :'Prescription" ville -: ___ ; ._. 33 21 3S n "
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    eau.;sblp -DIJ'eara end mak.u tbtp.1 companions'by leaphig'into DOt.afraid, their -
    which to
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    two) :
    1 < ? and ''AtJ:1Jnr: mitesagainst
    9if"J '" 1\ ; ___.__ of block, 4 Titus' Addi- ,
    '' .,. Unknown i Lots 8 & 9 ,
    ni .Aad ayHtaat Tin a Jlttle brat; .. # fall (
    ..... -,,, : 'when the JJ9&tmeJt* taking their. patrons into their eonfldence. : .sS99 .
    7: +k ., t;> ....day.b* -.IB8to.mJ.-Nii'; and; : .If is medicine for turn to Titnsville-- ._____._.. 34 21 35 > :
    i a t'e'..ii't.1ft.r4.cl11Y\ herarta'cra';; .I.1.'et.}:; '''''l,5.J. picked hhsip. ; he.. was. .M freshjof wind.. women, every 'ingredient of which has Luanda Tnttle...----_. All Block 6 (except lot S) Titas' Addition ', .i; '
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    Titusville 34 21 35
    '' to '" ,,_
    $; d:;, ; <--Abd: aroundthe place if jir tthefttrt :the,strongest possible endorsement of > .0
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    { ehaMdapltcher ____________ tots 8 9 & Block "F" Des .. .
    1'ir ;; : IOtU liff v" the most eminent medical Unknown Part 10 \ ,. t
    = ;;r-- 7 ,..;r. '<,, &;"",.Iint'gee..how lovely Abe can be.', ; ; ;Herm jOdrichs;; :with .a party t of 'and writers*of oar day, recommending practitioners .. D. B. "14"page $ .:.-..--..-.--- 'a 22 35 ... .is 1.! '" J-
    :l fl W lt" 1t ; :)}lr.., ':wwtetpet,"..amd''wnue bear,".is. .frien ;among them being several well ::1t-for the diseases for ,which "FavoritePrescription" Smith.L'on& Field__ Part Lots 8 and 10 Block F, Des D. : _r- r'

    n'fkJ1'i; r-',( not;a pinch or-ilap for m.- known 'citizens;,aftejr.ta.tiieater/ is used.' It Is' the only B "BB" page 431____..__...... 3 23 35 .183 .- .j.- ,

    ,.,: .ttt<. .' .When.. ,comprny'a',hen. ,,' ... one.night sometime ago adjourned put-up medicine for women, sold J. A, Coleman___....._ N. 100 feet Lot 1, Block 0_-_._...... 8 23 35 }.. I M' ..,. '-f:"
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    '" ; .. 1 'through druggists, which,does not contain J. A. ColemanS.. part of Lot 1.S. of N. 150 feet) .
    't:,-" 'Pa often growls:about the way' -t a;weU.kBown, 'Broadway Restaurant InKew. 'a large percentage of alcohol, so Block G.___-.:;......._..:______ 3 22 85 898 4
    < 't .; >: .'l'he'meat .cooked and kicks because York to enjoy7a repast'of;Welsh harmful in,the long run, especially to L. A..Coleman____.__.: W. i of lot 2, Block G,.Des D,B. "B"r j.
    'f.i; :,:." ':.. 1. ,Je. baa so.many-bills to pay, '. rarebits 'and tbEueual, -liquid concomitant .delicate'women.. It has more genuine page 304..'.__i______.._..,..'. 32233.J;Y:\ 137 -<
    ti And when'the coffee's cold he jaws. After the;Inevitable the cures to.Its credit than all other medicines Unknown------,---- Lots 3 & 3'of Block 22_.__..?___ 3 23 85 ,.. 2e6.Unknown ;
    -'i" ; And If he has to hunt his socks ; .delay for'' women' ;combined, having ---.-.-------i All Block 23_________.._..?,.,. 3 23 85Lizzis .1 01':t;_:
    :' ":"" : Or some'one', used bit brush or,.comb ,waiter brought;the rarebits; and after saved thousands sufferers from the Sharp_.________ Lot 5 of Block 24....._...__---_ 1 22 35 ,1.1 f'
    s'- ',. ,Ifs horrible the way he knocb'Anddarkenaout.once.MPP7.home Ur: Oelrichs ,tasted .of: the steaming operating table and the surgeon's knife. Lucinda TDttle___;___? Lot 7 pf Block 29.____.,_,.__i--- 3 23 35 < t 55 t -;...
    'r w 1 :. saffron: dish;, he' .turned, 'to [his companions It has restored delicate, weak women to Lucinda Tattle;________ Lots 4. 5 and 6 of Block 29_____?_. 8 22 35. ,1. sa -
    < f But. Jim-mun-nee, you ought to see strong and vigorous health and virility, Lizzie J. Tucker______. Lot 10 of Block 29-!.__:-...--_:_- 3 23 85 r I.! ,
    aid
    f.6 .... Bow.: quick his grouches disappear, said :* making motherhood possible where there Dora Tucker______.?_- Lot 5 of Block E, Fisher's Addition i ? Jt
    f ?:i :: ". And how'dee-lihtful he can be; "Gentlemen, 1- ,;for",One,' don't iikelth'l s was barrenness before thereby brighten to Titusville.______...___._._.___. 3 22 35 .r-. 1.< ...
    .t ..When comp"nYg. here.. rarebit" ,and,.'as-already know'yonhave : ing and making happy many thousandsof F. 'Moore-....___._.____ S. i of Lot 12, Joynerville Addition : '
    "7',,'I'n1 ./.]'1 '' ." just as:fastidious palates as i homes by the advent of little ones to to Titusville___...________.-____. 3 22 85 183 '
    myself
    c c1.; "'J' s'pose some time ni nave to die.;. strengthen the marital bonds and add F. Moore_.__________ N.'3 Lot 16 & all lot 17, Joynerville J; -. .i-
    i ;11; .. Because all people mua ,"':they' ,say' ; T: move that we' past" them and i sunshine where gloom. and despondency Addition to Titnsville___.__.... 3 23'85: J a. ':. '
    :". And have a home up In tie sky that you allow me to make an OelrlchsWelab'rarebit" had reigned before.. F. ,Moore ._...---.-.-- E. J Lot 21 and all Iota 22 & 23, Joy, .<,;:' "
    f.\; .;,. '4 And get a golden harp.to play., : Write to Dr. R.V. Pierce. Re w send nerville Addition to Titusville___ 3 22 35: a a f.
    -?;"i : ; ':' :, ere-'Won'f be no cold coffee then; The consented the chafing dish you good fatherly, professional advice, Anna Erving_________. ,Lot 5 (subdiv.Lot 38) .Joynerville
    ; ,ft';: r :: And Mabel's shoes won't hurt her feet. party in a plain, sealed envelope absolutely Addition to Titnsville-;________ 3 23 35 113' "-,
    .' And even'In the mornings:' when .was .brought-, with U the cheese, and free.. Address him at N. Y.. E. G. Harris____....___ Blocks 34, 35 & 36 (except 8.100 ft. -1i
    : ; She has no twitch on she'll be tweet: other elements the. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets ,
    do '
    aeeeslsary -
    popular not Block 38)) Des D. B. 0" page 228 } h.. $
    .
    '. ..... if-ro' .: Oh. gee how long it teems to me"Forever" dish, and,Mr., Oelrlchs began his gripe. Theyeffectually cleanse the SJS.fen less E. 1} acres to E. B., Plat Book !f ". ".> c: ''j
    W. 1. ""' ; let :But I won't care,. ; of accumulated impurities.The ,I page 505_._____.....;..___-____ 4 22 35: 4S6 ,
    ,: ;-;,. /. .Because-there'll always' probablyBe'company culinary experiment It was a .success, People's Common Sense Medical E. G. Harris-___-___--S. part of Gov. Lot 1. Dea D. B. ''0" t
    -ii i' gt : ;" there. > so much so that'Mr. Oelrichs;was encored ,Adviser,by Dr Pierre, 1006 pages, is sent 283 .. 4 22s5 266
    page ------- ---r------
    T -8. &. Riser In Judge. ,.and obliged;to respond'with another free on receipt of stamps to pay expenseof 11
    J. N. WALLER, Marshal and Tax Collector.
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    mailing only. Send 21 one-cent stamps
    ? ; auround.
    f Titusville Florida 31st .
    August 1906.
    : for the book in paper covers,or 31 stampsfor
    ;. STORIES OF :OELRICHSri' .t the clot.b.boi1i1d .volume. Address

    ""f", .Ii' ,\ir.;'!'i. ...,'"" ., I,., ,Mr. Oelrichs:bad_great confidence :In u above.

    his .. On ,
    own opinions one occasion --- -

    > < while speaking in public of swimming 1'YINCHJTR."NUB
    COSTLY ALGERIAN PEACHES
    Club Man's Gift ,
    .. Anxiety. Over in] the'. tropics. he made the assertion
    .
    fv : Sofa $75 Bouquet. that.tberewere, m maneating sharks William J. Bryan Cracks Joke oaPratt
    .
    ...' \ north of Cape H&tteru, says the New at TO Cents Apiece

    I York Snn'To back:this,up he offered William J. Bryan and his wife .aDd

    f k DEVOTED, TO ALL OUTDOOB SPORTS i. a 'reward ,of $500 to any man who daughter will. never again order ,fresh LACK

    t .' could cite an'autbentlc'case of a man peaches while in Paris, says the New

    !: who had been bitten by a shark northof York Tribune. One of the across table

    Tnuuatlaatle. Skipper. Story of One that point He received thousandsof stories at a recent dinner for Mr. Bryan Loaded Black Powder Shells

    t. <.t die Noted Athiate's gWlmmiacFeat letters from persons who utterly in a New York restaurant was as -- i

    :: t- *-S.ec Mf l Culinary Exp rl- disregarded the geographical qualifications follows: ,

    F ;: sent !. Halting a Welsh Rarebit *t'. demanded in tbe reward, but no Mutual friends invited the Bryans to : Shoot Strong and Evenly, ;

    1 K Rectamraat-HU Offer Concerning one ever. won the money.. lunch at a Paris hotel. The little girl. '$
    ::. > Are Sure Fire
    '- ,!': Mai Eating Shark. 4 Grace, had become weary of the everlasting ,
    Tk. Perfume C.re. of chickens and 'lettuce
    r recurrence Will Stand
    v :.. The late Hermann Oelrichs, who was One American girl who spent 'the in going from place to place and Reloading

    A x.: a famous athlete, club man. steamship summer, in Paris ,and who went when she learned that peaches were I

    manager and society man,some time through what the Parisians said was I on'the bill of fare she said she wanted They Always Get The Game. ;

    r' .' ago told a story on himself of rather the hottest season in many :years, withennetrokes some. The waiter was asked about the "

    an expensive' bouquet says a' San common enough to make an peaches, and he said that they had '

    'i Francisco correspondent of the New American- feel at. 'home has returned some nice ones, just from Algiers, and For Sale Everywhere. ;.

    &;' ; -:. York Mall. There .was a, charming with reports, of anew antidote for he would be,delighted to get them for 4.,. K'f l<

    young woman out In San Francisco heat that the Parislenne has developed, Mlle Bryan. He got them. They came

    --' from New York, and a dinner was says the New York Press The Paris' in a small ,wooden box about a dozenin .

    s tCS(e- ;, given in her honor. The wine was fair ones call it a "cure"":.the perfumecure. all, and were small and inferior in


    : :::.. 'i .j tlon was witty, and the flowers were and has been elaborated until there the Delaware Georgia and California QUEEN OF SEA ROUTES :
    fi t are special antidotes for a dozen special orchards but and
    t .. beautiful, Great masses of American they were..peaches
    ,.' .
    .ff: :;: ; > Beauty roses were piled upon the table nervous ailments. The Parlalenne the best to be obtained in Paris. ,

    !... .1 f ; with an extravagance that to the New says mizer tbe scents the effect'of blown- from-- ,- an-- ato ,When the waiter presented his check

    : ,.x:: i;' York girl seemed ruinous. She -wondered have evolving coolIng there was an explosion. The bill for
    breezes
    .
    so wille her men relatives
    '. if the hostess was going Into the peaches was $7.20 in American '
    "
    : .f-- partake of iced drinks she seeks out Merchants Miners Trans. Go's
    fr'.:' '-' bankruptcy and made an observation the atomizer money. The American host of the
    or patronizes the
    : !:: -. .- to that effect ,to her companion at din. In theslot'scent penny Bryans, who had ordered the dinner, ; !
    ner. machine. Of course did not try to restrain his feelin;:s. He'roasted" .
    r-t ./ the perfumers are fostering the fad. LINESBETWEEN ;
    I. } ., "Oh, no," eagerly explained Mr. Oel-' The American girl who reports it says I the waiter the restaurant STEAMSHIP
    the and who
    peaches the Algerian
    1 rtcb "flowers: are absolutely without i iI
    that the various perfumes are classified i -
    1 : : \ value in California flowers, fruit and follows Rhine I grew the little peaches. Tbe proprie-
    as violet
    : cures
    ,' sunshine." I : tor explained that peaches were a rarIty

    .,-tW'.{ : "Is it' possible?'' answered the girL nervous neuralgic irritability headache,,,palm wallflower violet cures cures in Paris and that importing them SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA

    from Algiers was a costly undertaking.He .
    k; What a jolly place to live In! I love faintness lavender cures'con ,
    water
    n. called them beautiful ,
    ,. ;' flowers." peaches a

    'l :: "Do your answered Oelrichs. I dices gested headache and, hops and dreams poppy In-: characterization that nearly caused the Direct Connections for
    sleep pleasant carnation '
    .. American to hit him but he made the
    f stated that the wine'was good. The revives

    k lady was also lovely. So he added: hot weather, lily.one of and the stimulates valley quiets In peaches.Bryan party pay, the $7.20 for the Washington Hew York and Bostoll

    i- "Tomorrow I shall
    morning give myself the nerves and hyacinth has the effectof ,
    "When I saw the bill for the peaches -
    the privilege of sending you some a Turkish bath.
    r ," said Mr. Bryan, "1 was reminded .
    of the prettiest flowers I can find:!
    of that line in 'Bingen on the Rhine,'
    Which are your favorites?" Merely a Few Reminders.The Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations .
    which we used to speak at school. It
    "Orchids," she answered coyly, and tansy bed Is withering and cuisine unsurpassed
    went 'A soldier of the legion lay dyingin :
    The slippery "elum" bark
    b murmured, "How nice of you!
    Sticks tighter than a burdock to Algiers.: I suspect be ate one of SEND FOR BOOKLET.
    Oelrichs felt that at that moment the
    A dog's tall in the dark
    : those miserable Algerian peaches, cost
    A
    young lady should have all the orchids The cricket's cuddling closer to "
    70 cents.
    tile florist could supply and told her .. The doorstep than before; ing II. C. AVERT, Com'l Agent, Jacksonville
    The leaves are getting and
    raspy
    ?+ so. When morning came he had not The summer days are o'er. Domestic BII... J. C. WUITIIEY, 2d Y. P. h ?.L, W. P. TUEHEB, P. T.L. ,
    forgotten his promise, and he strolled "Of all friends "
    my woman remarked -
    a from his club to a florist's. He select I The tabby's fur Is growing thick. the spinster, "I know of only GENERAL OFFICES, BALTIMORE, )E).
    I The wood pile's growing too:
    ed a few dozen orchids penned something The cellar bins are groaning with one who is happily married."

    ;: pleasant on a card and sent The store that's good to view; "Is it possible' exclaimed the mere

    ". them to her hoteL Then he asked for The cattails clutter In the sedge, man. ,
    The wild sails before
    the bill and found that his dinner goose SBABDARDAIR
    The night wind: troutlng season's done; "It l Is. replied the spinster. "You
    V..... promise had cost him only $75. Of The summer days are o'er. see, her husband is a naval o3icer and
    ... _
    :'V. coarse that was nothing to an heir to is away from home two or three years -
    The silver mist arises from
    : ,' the Fair estate, but still he could not The river flats below; at a time."-Chicago( News. 1T = R2I--IL"V\T..A.

    : help being cognizant,of the fact that The fox tires glimmer In the swamp ,

    . the young lady would be grateful So With pallid ghostly glow; Judicial Wisdom. -FOR-

    ', be waited for her message of thanks The With small Towser boy hustles to the tore through; the corn "\o." said the gray haired Judge,

    . Afternoon, evening, one day and twoS The nights are fit for coonlng, and "I'm not in favor of women on Juries. Savannah Columbia Southern Pines

    . ,. ,days found him still waiting. HeY The summer days are o'er. "Why not?" queried the young law ,

    ,], ;' called up.airthe servants of tbe club. -Horace Bun. Seymour Keller In New York yer."Because" Richmond Washington, Baltimore.
    answered the venerable
    arrived. be
    message had Finally

    S' ; went to the florist The flowers had neaaon.bleSappoaIUo... judge, "we have to) many disagreements Philadelphia New York, i ,
    as it is."-Law JournalTutt'sPills
    been received' by her. She left 'town IilDi.8-1 believe that Mary does not

    _sF and went to Mexico. After nearly: love me any longer. TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.

    :y ; three weeks of waiting Mr. ,Oelrichs Jinks-Did she say as much?

    f received this ,message from the City Sinks No. but she let her little sis ;SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL.

    3 'x>f Mexico: ter sit in tbe parlor with us last even- ,

    t.., "It was so.nice of you to recollect to Ing.-.Woman's Home Companion..

    { .end me the flowers. You are really a MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
    will save the dyspeptic from many
    r; curiosity 'man who keeps" a promise.Tbtnka. days of mlMiy.aod enable him to eat
    t ;; ** ONLY LINE: :
    f. whatever he wishes. They prevent

    :' "Now said Hr.., .Oelrlcli.i. "do you. CASTOR. SICK HEADACHE Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Oreaiu.
    ,
    think women are.grateful?" ; for I.. ti and Chfldrta.Hi the
    caittt food to assimilate and nonr
    fit. KU YM HIT lab the body, five keen appetite For fall information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, or

    Mr.' Oelrichs was devoted to ill outdoor ? Ahnjj lnfMBnn 1 write to

    :sports, but wii..paiticularly* fond, -th* DEVELOP_,.. .ii' '" FLESHaadsoOdmascle. A. 0. MACDONELL, 8. C. BOYL9TOX Jr.,

    i ? .t 'swlniming'uja: the dew Yttlts flfgnitisTfOfl" coateL. .- Elegantly', sugar Aast. General Passenger Agent, Passenger A gent."

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    wrlt.inddat; 4e man and--wo height.andcomin'dowa.! ;; ;on;top.;of"a.picket' w."W is-a. harmless ,substitute for, Castor OD, Pore-. \. 1.i* -
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    if fi ; tOUIdQ't'let.go of'deic'snpetett- fence:and havlnV three:pIcketS ;' tonic, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant It ):" Pl .

    : x f ;Z.has'adopted anodder cootie ;nm through'your: body-would aeemat; contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic ., : :
    'bold'ap' toyour.view pamphlet. first sight.to signify'a"calamity Dat 'j-
    ; a ; substance.' Its age is its guarantee. It.destroys Worms -<
    sJentiao fBrudder Gardner's am a mistake,';however. :It-slgniflee i '
    ; ... and,allays ,Feverishne&s. It cures Diarrhoea'and Wind
    S1gnxBook..All v :
    Alum an Dreams dat you'w1U'nieetitcull'd J .man from. -- llfl
    he a foil blooded dog?" Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles cares
    Constipation
    'AU, BlgnaInteipreted.: At de kentij'and Invite him to shoot craps
    pia dose of deineetin' I shall be happy, .wid you and'clean'him.outer $25, Try llOh,, yes, my lady:!: $e's' a blood- and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the i

    14'reppbaaiE or all of yon wid dia'ajL .and dream di 'dream as often as yon hound.Harper'8.Weekly, Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep ,

    x; ', S3fe'VsSta-" n,* -** kin. It will enable you to.lib..:without. Litatbo. ', !The Children's Panacea-The, Mother's Friend. .

    ,haw j\ '_ A Wedding> ;iit M\

    ; k, neTalgnt i ,, six1 months,ago' Brnflder. .Mr.Must Black import regreta the that informationThat he .' GENUINE OASTORIA ALWAYS '< )

    Way down.Bebee of,dis club went be can't accept"with glee -

    :to sleep'doorln: *,. a'thunderstonn' and Mrs White's kind invitation.. n
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    dreamed dat he bid turned into a spotted Candldlf, be must avow Bean the Signature of :
    Risking toeing thought unpleasant
    SStfCZW fdawgj and..was::.about.to be killed That his 1I.:ans do not allow

    for pork. ,D".batcher already bad him Of the purchase of a present.Mr. .

    by de hind laic and:de water,was ready*, ..Black. too. would remind .

    to scald de bristles'o : of him;when he Mrs. 'White without evasion

    awoke in a. cold sweat:: Itwas_: jest That they've met through fate unkind ,
    midnight''andat de same intuit an'owl Only>upon one occasion. .a

    booted' ,and 'a 'daw, ::' howled. BradderBebee As Her for no, the doubt prospective delightful bride daughter> ,'

    -c r .t IYt "started for my house ona_ 'deadrun 'If her form bed ever eyed .. Tie Kind You toe fflwajs Bought Si

    to ask me to explain. In five"minutes Something .he perhaps had broughther.
    '
    I it: out dat he.had
    figgered : sun. .
    thln j mln' to him. and 10, only three\ Mr..Black must. therefore, state .In, Use For' Over 30 Years. ; '

    F 'days had'passed-when one of his chll- Taking all things In conjunction. me eurnu COMPANY TT MUKHAV STMCCI IItw'ONI CIft.Florida .
    1 r I'en's t house That he can't participate .
    de; : afire;; .wid a match In this fashionable function.He .

    '' and it was burned to de ground. Brad- is neither millionaireNor i

    15'4 4 def,Bebee had about a hundred dollars', a dog Inclined to mangers;

    4 mouth of furniture. It'was Insured for He's Just one who cannot spare

    'four hundred and fifty, as might have Charities for perfect strangers.
    1- London Tribune.
    l been expected from sick a prudent man East Coast Railway.Local

    as him He got ebery dollar of jt from .The. Voice of Experience. .

    de insurance company and ,dat's de


    v'r, .""",. '' "-" 'reason mond 'pins'andrUbhi-on his fam'ly am now'de wearln':'fat. o'dia-de a t.luff aIw' Time Card No. <66> In Effect ,April 16,. 1906.SOUTll <

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    S NlliBrlZ':801N"C819II1''Jt' BUCK';cow land. -* -
    'OBXB$ A OBXKM JttADOW.f ." -BOUND-READ DOWN NORTI.BOUND..READ UP.
    "AS TO SIGNS.
    ''$amph1et 'at.de'lum; : of' 25 cents. For "As to, signs," continued the president '
    and.dat may'kn No.99 No. 29Dally No. 78 No.S3 fi
    p' your enlightenment. you I amid most profound stillness, Dill STATIONS.LV Daily Dally

    l" what,:you am buyin'I will read "you have, 'em yere in 'plenty,and you 'j
    : ,\cff a few otde contents; should c3mmlteach 6 00pm) 9 20am _"_...?_Jacksonville...__._,...Ar 25pm 8 Sam '. _
    ti rr 1' : : and ebery one to 6 08pm 928am .._._.__ uthJaclton\'ll1eLv 717pm 847am745am '
    An. -"AS.'r :DREAMS.; memory.. 7 lupin 10 40am ...._._....._.St.Augustine...._._.._ 15pm 4. 4
    7 63pm 1118am II _____.1IIbUn 9.___ 53lpm 0 49am
    u- "If yon dream dat you, saw a white "If you see a black. cat chasin' a 808pm823pm 11 S-'iam; ":...._...?......_..East Palutta.....?..._...._...." 20pm: 6 80amO&am .

    'boss chasin'_ a black cow ober a green white dawg along de road and dey pass 12 00 m Ar....."..._..._.. Palatka..._._..._.__Lv '4 65pm 6 '
    :t meadow toward,a', blue barn it'signifies 'cock eyed manasdey go, dat is a 743pm90tpm: 1110am Lv_.________ Palatka.... ._Ar 545pm925pm 865am515am ,
    dat de next time out arter sign of hard winter to : G 25pm .__.?__ Ar.__.? __San Iaieo___.__Lv .?_._ !
    fi ) you go a come Look ..._......._ 5 ljam: Ly..._..._........San Iateo ,?......._...__..Ar ---
    Pc?ultry apoliceman: am gwine to be around you and locate de'nearest wood ) 12 32pm Lv..._....__....._.Iiuuelis......,...?....._.Lv 4 80pm 688amsscam
    dar: to nab'you!' '1 have de names of pile or coal yard. 914pm 1240pm113pm .. ____._.___DuJllnt______" 4 23pm
    Fr 948pm : __?.____ Ormond-_.___.__" 5 Sftpm SUfem448am
    r tWndred'ptgsona! ,- whO' ,hne'dreamed. "If a yalle ,d wg howls at midnight 1002pm 121pm ....,_ Daytona ._...___._" 3 45pm a '
    J I 'dli dream_andbeen collared 'fcase deydJdn'tfobey'de under your;whider and won't go,away 10 13pm 3fipm .._____ Port Orange__.__ 3 55pm 437am -i
    ; : 1035pm1110am 200pm444pm Ar____Xewr Smyrna-" 15pm 4 15am .. -1
    after have him
    ; ;warnilny you pelted wid sticks
    ti c ago Ar;.----.... Lake Helen ._....__JLv 00pm 6 15pm i. .
    *If you dream dat you saw a possum of wood, but keeps right at it until you 11 28amI to ..--.-- Orange City ...__-- .j"1250Pm Wpm ,
    In de'top limbs of a persimmon tree and go out and.threaten'to hit him wid de 11 40am 00pm !.....-.. .._Oranpe; City Junction .----S" 12 4-ipra & KOpm

    couldn't ; him whole" .front fence 10 40pm: 2 10pm240pra Lv....._._..._._New Smvrna..uoak _...._......_.Ar S o.\pm 06am '.. -
    L dat you dir up nrter ou makeup your mind 11 10pm to _.___._..:..__ Hill__._____.._ Lv 240pm205pm 3 Sham .
    ,accolmtiof'havln'hsa, wooden taiga it iiat a calamity am at'band. You may : 11 61pm ICpm Ar......_..__..__.....TlluvUle_..__.?..._._._..." 3Cuam

    '.lgnUI dat yoiur aunt am gwine to be arrested befo' you get borne wid de 0 r 1110am630pm I 5 50pm Art........_...__... .bdu ibni......:..._........._..}LvlAr 11 Gram 6 COpm: a
    : Q uZi 11 5''ant LvJ_____...___ ?anford___.__...._ 5 Wpm 1110am
    t k3( l expire,and leave you.money. next chicken or watermilyon'br one of 11 51pm 16pm I.v_...._._._.._....Titsville '''_''___ _.Ar 203pm: 3 OOam a
    'To'dream dat you are trabblln'over de, chill'n.am gwine .fall down de Little Ethel (with an eye to business) 12 Slam 351pm .. "'_".'_"__..COCOH.............._._.?._._.Lv 121pm 22-am::
    W well or off de roof. '-Suppose, Tommy you'were to giveme 12 Slam 3 51pm ._._...__......._Knckle a i stony kentry in rain and .darkness 1 OlamI ..._."___._.Eaniallie.; _....__.____ I. 12 47pm 1 47ani137am
    'and ..dat you suddenly ran' agin. de "If the sun comes up in de mawnin the choice of those two apples of 113am 4 30pm to _____ ..?.Melbourne_.._...____" 12 37pm
    ii like a ball of fire and de wind yours, would tell me to take the 156am 5(10pm6OOpm __._._._Sebastian...____.__ 1162am1068am: 12 Maw
    : 1> horns of a.cow and was tossed up into am you 248am ...______._St. Lucie..._.?__." 12 OOu't ''
    .a'"mulberry tree signifies dat you. will from de west and a humpbacked manpasseS'your bigger, wouldn't you? 3 OIiam 15pm _...._..____.....Fort Tierce.?._.?.__.__ .. 10 :il.am 11 ).pm
    ,. cabin Rid bunch of Tommy No. 330am 6 37pm ___ ._.._TIbbalis____.__..._to 10 17am 11 19pm
    ; ., surmount your present'trubbles and a cat 35am 6 4lpm .. _____._...EJe: _..._...._....__... 10 Mara 11 15pm
    : .out nip under his arm don't leave de house Little Ethel-Why not? S40am 6.t6Im _____Jen'n! _._.......... It lOOKamlOOOiun 11 tZq: 'm
    ,cooie on,top. dat day. It am a of mad Tommy-'Cos 'twouldn't be a necessa- Slam 6 57|>m ___.._ ._.__!Siuart.....___.__..___ 10 5pni .
    -i' It you go to sleep wid three dogs I sign dogs. 20am 7 2 pm It M..........?._.__. Hobe Sound ______ .. 9 31am 10 21'pra
    wid ; Sit on. de :doah steps 'wld a pile of ry.-Woman's Home Companion.Rude' 440am 740pra "_ _'__'_'We*t JupiterVeht ___..____. .. 9 18am 101r.'pm r
    .under de bed and"di baby cryin' brickbats beside and be 5 15am 15pm It ...__......_.._\ I'alm Reach ..........._...." 8 4T>am II :Wpm
    t df: colic and de old woman lickln' de you preparedto 543am653am 841pm to _______ Boynton ____ ..__. 8 20arn 9 Ol pm i .!
    r die game. H..t. 8 Wpm .1 _...___..?.._..._ Delray ...____....__. ,. 12am SfiOpra .
    rant of de chf l'en and dream dat a "If sit down in coloredstreet They were on their honeymoon. He 6 4Ham 940pm947pra .. _..?..._.___Fort Lauderdale......._...._. 7 2t;am 7 fpm j a
    -- nit rmily.n :you :'am bringln' home you a canary 6 jam to M_..._..?.._.. lIanla ...______.._' 7 19am 7 50pm ,
    I--; kyar. wid a red dashboard and had bought a catboat and had taken 7 Warn 9SSpm __.__._ ....llallaDrtale._.___....... 7 Warn 730pm '
    :'''-. :- suddenly turns into a yaller cat who find between clubfooted her out to show her how well he could 7 .IIIl.m 10 :2 j>m .. ._._...... ?_._Lemon City. .__......_..._ I. 6 43am 711prn
    ,. in face lookout for yourself. yourself a woman 7 50am 10 dam: Ar._.__.____Miami ._?_.__..__I.T Sam 05pm
    / spits your and a knock kneed man git right : handle a boat, putting her to tend the 800am1030am .. ..__. Lv:._.__......_._._Miami...____.__ :.u ...____. 300pmKnffet
    ,. ':Burglars am gwipe to break into your out as soon as possible and befo' de sheet. A puff of wind came, and be .......:...._ Ar:_.:_."___..Homestead____.._.._4LT ..___... 12 3Opm .
    cabin, llghtnm' am pine to strike de '
    conductor has taken up your fare. To shouted In no uncertain tones, "Let go
    ; chimney,' and 'your landlord am com- I Parlor Cars on trains C3 and 7S. Buffet Sleeping Cars on trains S3 and S3.
    remain dar am to get a hoodoo on you. the sheet r'0 response. Then again { Daily except t-unday.
    and act
    ia around for de back rent ."If you am saunterin' out some even- "Let go that sheet quick,!" Still no g
    about itVTo No.23 'No 191 r I I 'No (I. No.24
    mighty' ugly in' and by accident approach a field In movement A few minutes after, when Sat. No.21 Dailj!: "")7''.'' .'is ,No.18 No.20 No.22 Sit.
    dream dat you am skatln on which dar am' a watermilyon patch both were clinging to ,the bottom of and Ex. MAYPORT BRANCH. Ex.Sun.I.. and

    '' ice in de, summer signifies dat good squat down by de fence and wait fora the overturned boat, he said: StIR Only _Dally Sun.Dally! Dally _Daily _Dally _Dally Sun.Paly

    lock am comln' to you next. winter. sign. If whippoorwill breaks into "Why didn't let that sheet : .
    a you go ..__._ __._ !
    Ar' 8 !
    > 95iplOl.p C 4'p; 5 lOp 2OOp 10OOa) Lv Jacksonville 7On l 40a Trop; 6mp 9Jp9511a
    At.de very least, your, uncle, 'will die song near by it's all right and de big when I told you to. dear?" ttfc'p: l Slop, 20'p 1:) "al.' _._..S<,Jacksonville._ ..Lv 65Ja! 83 a 252p! !\ 55pj Slip
    leave a mewl "I would have" 1000p ."I'lpl! J)!;(Ip' 2 lOp 10":.a .???....L'abiolirnrh _...__" 620aj NttiM 122"p! 5p:! 840p
    you in said bride
    melon dat patch am If the "if
    lend gest yours. __ .._" :. I _
    i-!- '| 55T.p' 2 JSp: 1041a( Atlantic heach? 61:la, 7S'a I:!J I'I! 5 V74opl ;\> lII."p
    "If you go to sleep thhiidn of angels Instead a cricket gives. seven loud you had not been so rough about it. 1050p 610p! 300p UOba Ar..._._Msyport..__...Lv I /fid*, 74')erambup) N'3'P
    : and' dream dat you ; don't ober dat fence. If You ought to / '
    and golden harps chirps you git speak more kindly to '
    PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL: STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT HIAKI.
    am a member of 'de legislature andhave you do de owner will fire a charge of your wife."-New York Evening: Post.

    been offered a price to vote for a salt into you and let his bulldog make Kl
    for de : AM m Listener. Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. &: 0. S. S. Company for
    keerful
    sartin billj;.'be mighty a meal offn your laigs. I *
    ntxt'two wwks. 81ch a:dream signifies "If 'you hear a tic-kin' in de wall : She-Judging from the slowness of

    :danger. Don't sit under a dead while you am iyiu in bed don't be two your friend's speech, I should say he Havana and Key West ;
    Isn't accustomed to'much .
    walk a shaky bridge. seconds gittin' out o' dat. If con- talking.He.There's
    tree or across you : Two Sailings Each Week. c. .
    "Brodder Calamity Jones of dis club tlner to lay dar and de ticker continers I where your Judgment is

    dreamed one"nlght\dat'he'was, .rldin' to tick you will be Invitin' a stroke of warped. He's been married: ten years. Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers. i}
    r -Bohemian
    de'dirkne.i and' rain on,de paralysis) Magazine.
    through These Time Tables show the times at which trains may be expected: toarrive at and ricpar '
    shoulders oVa 'witch'woman and dat "If you am standin' at your gate and A from the several stations, but their arrival departure at the times stated li not guaranteed
    The Kind
    abe suddenly kicked up and frowed a red headed white man comes along Desired. not Is this Company to be held responsible for any delays or any consequences arising tber:t um.
    : Clerk-What kind of a hammock do '
    him off into a quallDl;-where he was and offers you half a dollar to drive a want miss? For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
    you ,
    .down. He come ober to my black cow to a sartin place turn away
    :
    sacked
    ; Summer Girl -Oh, a little Just "
    one.
    : "SEE THE TICKET AGENT. I
    'house at s o'clock In >de mawnin' to from him in scorn. Dat cow will kick .
    a about big enough for 'one-but- -
    1.. ask me interpret dat,dream. I told a fat woman and git you into a lawsuit strong enough for two.-New York J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen'l. Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. '

    him dat .Itj slgnUied't: change' of lack and, de white,man. will beat you Life i

    and,de.very nut:, day he found a diamond outer de price. '. Do You Want to Know All About the ,
    "If yon sittln on de fence in de For Orer Sixty yea....
    lD de road."To am

    F. ring dream dat yon'tu trabbUn' on' arternoon and wtshln you was rich Mrs. Winalowa Soothing Syrup has EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?

    J, foot, and hd.eFitopped'1t> ;wayai k and three crows fly'ober you and you been used for over sixty years by millions iFLORIDr"E i\\
    hear a horse'whinny aide same time of mothers for their children while teething -
    .i' _'hotel kept by a red beaded .man bavin
    : with perfect euece s. It soothes the ; .
    : eyed goright off and buy a ticket in a lottery Especially I regarding Fruit Growing.'Tracking and
    and yuller
    d wife a
    t: tt .eroa.'el"' :deandloi'd. -You :am shore to hit de capital, child, softens the gums, allays all pain, Farming? If eo, subscribe for the............ -4
    t. .dawg,and:dat,b delight_ : and haTe to burn for eber cures wind colic and is the beet remedy :?:
    c.. came{up'.to:-your'room,an' kllled.yoa prise, ,money for diarrhoea. will relieve the poor COAST HOMESEEKEE.EICE ; "j:

    wld'i:crowbar signifies ,dat your ole "after. lit tie sufferer immediately.I Sold by drug- .r 1
    ...' "DtfB all.' my friends -all until yon gists in of the world. :
    :woman, am, thinkin-ot' .!unpin"away'mold every" part Twentyfive :? 25 CENTS PER ANNUM. 1
    am attached to fit,;:de'book.: :We-will now break de.meetln cents a bottle. i1le awe ud ask for"Mrs..Window's ., I
    who at MONTH. -
    a calla man in. two, and jou 'can gather Soothing syrup"and ISSUED ONCE A SAMPLE COPY FREE. t:

    p Ideshow.of,*"'circus.. from a *great round. me tag, pass'UJL I4> Lmoui.1> ;. !.,lake,no.other,kind. W. L. BRAGG, Manager, St. Augustine, Fla.,
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    "'. "_ -.r';; <,l' -"::; .:' '* I. .!.r.: tablets ciao Indiaertion:; >''.J---'. ''''' .R : _, \ 7 Fla. ,
    .. ,::- : ;:'t'i>1?+;!;e < )!.'., '.'. .F..!. :::.:A', "4ii cure ..JZ.. "''-" 'pl""' ... .,..... __.'_ '!j: : _
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    _;'''''' \.' i' :::i-a..... sc;.aQI. :obi''come across ... '. -. -.... ;> .' : :ii.- .. .1: k''c- .. 'r : : i : -
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    ... ;,' '-."fartlie, ,, "irJioofiwseh: :- < .. :,piJs ".. t ,U .Wi-.y', ; :.- : paper' ,tnapeaklnR : .. .,f l--
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    '"';J.ii:1"f.; ". : '",'- xdFr'MJ1Ob, : U':iW an addltlOQe 'Mrs!. Loa Walker vrs ite fidG f$I e opening I 'of the- rpubltceoKool, I El L. BRADY' & BRO r t
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    t'" .: "i J.ij "" k'Mrs.'JaneTaylor i ; oaxaon the '. 'r.
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    ,7'n. > >'drboeee'th, ....'.,,.UIUImIe'. "..;T..":; .- .. I lastSatnrdayF". "S&. 1 .;: }. < .
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    At t. that I tb school-books
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    -' W. ,;'f'( l 1M't; :Vf't.. .ii.O.'S," ''&elcl"II.Wll;. oiQir. whorl '' .l spent a day : e1 i higb'poWi1' ..(that such are Groceries ;flaypprain and" all Food Pr lq ;. I :
    L :"...i.),, ; to;wa IDOIIII t'n(-. r "" "". .: Naylof/of. Bonaveninre.. .. ;;'thh.. weejMus .. priced % ..... ; : :
    fj; f IA. .' '':';;:;';'-'+-''!:.A. ;' t-nor"; : 4.. ',' <,,; ,f"-, "' "'. are a'fiipdranae: to free edacatioEUj W.w-t :' '
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    : We huttdlc produce of all kinds. We arolpDtifor Mipei'Fertlll
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    .... ,_tielhtia t, Ptttenaytfregaent O>ra ;MnnsOTtwentU ; > Write for _...... '- ;
    .:t: V ; ; 7 rTarDp& Inbane,ukes, the matter In the above lines of nods and solicit the trade 'of all oonsnmen. 111 =;
    t '*'. > ,-...&. A-cot.. to n4Mybe'eomeattrao.F1. .. Tu V'her school and 'i -' Grain and all Qrooeries,delivered at ratatioD,;.& L.;BSADY A BEO..TmBTirUtKJ. : :. : ',
    in l llQgtM charges the _
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    :'.H5:2I .'. ;It....,... =,:"", 1.> "' "' '.: ". "- -. : ")? i !id "Ieji8ltare :'! With '"wasting time i -, l -'
    s' ? f, s.'" DfteeFdla! T-glgg toA.xlli!!..attend HarCambridge :'J.L Borger, John Bruner,TA : : : ,paaringf/reakish,"' "foolish: haVgeed

    iC"-,",;-':;.;; r$" .!"'ij: ?,ttR' .:--:..al'CoI,, .. ,. .;:>'"<-' ;; : ",, -,,, (,-u---. :::".,:' this'. &er:and* DCibeili'eeat- '' i I .ore. > and- i .beiny.reaeant. ({.their- : ntin r Jil

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    $!",".- ','""4 1 ;: ".1'J,"}'M-.-,Aj>;H.Trafford. : : baa.been ft triflerude : ::Miss Margaret:'Roe ell etO p :Florida" and that "when.' 'the. ,senate.. of all :
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    _',;',;,;1....; .. .!':.. .,. .the.'". neitheroi.aeveis14ayathraY ; day with frisnds,'o 1 her.way' ecJ}[the;;state,'text'.book '.uniformity VECET4BZES A SPECIALTY j;.
    "." ; "1'a' .). l'e. wberehe'teacI, this jeer. \ I Vitwa8:conveniently sidetracked iq
    ." TI'tully1lle. i .
    \ _t,Thetntinor'ofL:M.::'Saudere! store ..KrilOd, Mrs., .'Kingsley' have. :.i.. t e ttb o gh ,the sapineness of its e .
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    looks fresh aDd clean from a recent paintiMri. the paipou; foi the comb ?friends:"and the1 activity of the :' V
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    "ot,:", 'i/'>!'Jii. -. .." Dg., ;..'".".'.,. .' Miss. Rbgere_grill;.tax.probably :; ?ofj the book trust' ,' some of whom I
    c E eonnected with i 'the public CEMENT}
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    '' ';').i .: Ml, E.:;":Hfll :& Co.>> are having tbe i. /, _? :F f -c'?- : system of Florida:In .' .

    .-:. ..... ".their buaiJMffl. block..treated. to a cOat'of, Baby .Halt. celebrated her. consequence -
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    - -- i.t{ & f''paint,{ I last Wednesday,.and all her. '-l the people of 'Florida. 'were left for "
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    aif ,,,,:....''It1i"U;:; .' .' ; .lovely, :years)longer;.at .the mercy of the 500 .Barrels:;will be-r received in the nest
    belpedTherawas
    t :- ::_r. Lewis Andrews. will I open a,gent's '
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    jw *' .. trust, the/people, being sygtemati
    > clothing-store .in the building" occupied,- just. oDe' .. candle". JR?{ /:robbed.. Books that 'tie selling in 60.daysCosts:a little more than other ce
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    R .1j.i.\ ; ;" 4( 'hv tile:',"Nerd"' '. > 'Miss. Hittie Bower has gone .for.b0 cents are sold in Florida.for anent .bttt is better.EAST .

    4bMrs."Joe Smith" arrived home las week ledge. '.o'to "keep khonse"fo. ; "<' her. i & .' ,

    _If -i: |$'< ;.|rom .ft trip. to New York,and the New while I ::hU wife! last;Miami! as a :the:.Tribune has the right of this COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,

    V. ";:. England states.Mrs. ., in an,iutomoblleaccldeotcaeeRMrIDan .- 11 . ,it;:.ia. a, serious ti1iDi'io several Dealers in Lumber'and Builders'' Material..

    'g ; ;:: : .J rr1:Dizon.. arrived .home last ., 'C wpnof r ",;Men should be sent to the legis- Eau Gallie Florida, "

    3 :f :" ; 'week Jrom:.a 'visit:-to :her parents ,in writee'.that"taa. Sty" ia..! :'wlio I Will not fool time away on

    _ 3 ._ t'.!. !" ,Germantown;. N. Y. y come .,iai&orat; their" home.. 1"- measures to the injury of the -- -- -------- J
    hear ; always J. interested in.the/old>> questions of the day.
    t\T-. We that our.jeweler; Mr..A.,Lemautti Jw', .

    :.",' .,. ..t-. -. .I .'.:':.,, -,. and Miss. S&eU.Mix. weir roamed, Indian' river' -it..;is true. that certain persons con PAINTING '

    .E fi _'" ,'if.'I' ,.. .in New.York. recently: The friends and'relativei"of with' the school system of the 1I
    ! "", Jt Mr;.Stewart Rhoads left on Sunday for Paper Hanging& fialsomining Varnishing, Staining, Fnisbing l ,
    ,:, .jt4' ',- visit.t.o ,his parents, in' Ohio and then prised. .I last,week; when they ; trust to rob the people, if they can Sign Painting of all Kinds, Etc.Old -
    -r letter .announcing:the arrival' ":be>> jailed the same as any common
    :: r' to. various" other. states. gad at that.home. aMies : 'they 'should at least.be knocked Furniture made to look like new. Mirrors made and Beail vered.-Reasonable Bates
    t "F" Sheriff J.Brown and Mrs. Brown were "- .
    : t' .' .- :' and ; Ruth Allen .received, perch. v. W. ELDRED
    the gaeess.o: (Mr Mrs. J. D. Hatter
    1'r: .;, '. ... ; week of the serious illness of her .agents of no ,book trart or other
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    first ... tIi
    the week
    ', .0\; 'a...;!"':. ,, Mrs.. .a;M. Allen, of Dytona t should be tolerated. by the legisla Location: Scrim eour,Building, on Washington Aeeniw, oed door north of Lmlej'fl
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    ..j '{, .'. Born to Mr and Mrs. Chas.MoranVnee the. .:present. time she:'is. oin of the people of Florida and any Tituadlle; Florida

    1; ; '{ ..Miss"Alice. Hatter), in Chicago,. .a. proved but still very:weak.: ah i interest 'which collides with the

    # {.1..- .,. 'daughter.,Sept,,7th, 1906.i system of the state should be
    41; .
    <'i'0 *" O.neofMr. S.Sams' Coortenay ., Grandma Mnnson went .-Orlando r
    Reporter.
    f } y winter"r.
    week /the first.'timefor'two, Victor Eta and TaIko hole@
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    t l'i1- is staying with b aunt, Mrs. E. C. John- S iirdnr ,

    -; eon, while attending'ouucl\poL' years. She .walked Mrs.' arouses energy, develops and stimu 4
    'xy4.!, J.... maw; '. .- and back again and did not net nervous life, arouses the courage of 1jL1( Talking MachInes, Sopplis ari
    ,-". .> .fs' Miss Cora Munson,.of. Georgians,- willbe She has not been so. well. for. five It makes you yonnjr Again; That's .
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    i J -nk : .the guest of Mrs. M; Gould, while attending &' Hollister's ,Rocky Mountain Tea Records sold bj the

    / ,. : the Cocoa High School John. Brnner. met with quite. do. 35 cents Tea.or Tablets.. Ask
    dent last week. Early:Thursday druggist. !

    ,- .School. opened.on Monday with 125 lug he started to'&ate bit, boat C.A.fiMTORtg. INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE

    :, -;;: .,:: pupils in attendance, a number 'of the island, .and in. .' fell ::
    some ,
    "- way atb, Tb Kidd tor R3a 1JqII UtOSWLB ElORlDi .
    '? patrons &&&endedhe opening exercises. himself quite badly and $ ,

    f1 .. r'. ....<. Miss Flossie. Taylor, left on Wednesday When off Banyan, in the ..
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    } for BraidMitown, Manatee county; where he lost,his rudder and a? the

    .(. .1'..' l she has. been appointed to teach a school ,blowing 'very hard, the boat L. MOTLO'VV
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    ....,..: :+ for this farm.Mre ( < manageable and capsized. He.. rwwilwwvwuiwwwtvwThe
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    Geo. and Miss water some time' before' be
    t. .Enaey .daughter, .
    .:. Fedora; of Tropic; .were passengeis on get ashore and took some ; .'
    Stewart brought him home in Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Go
    ;;}; : Tuesday's steamer and were ,the guests ,
    Y and Dr. -
    : lag Chambers took
    Mrs. town.
    .of S. F. Travis. while in
    f .} : him. He was pretty sick for two
    Mr. Roy Packard has the contract for
    K ; days but is able to be out again. :
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    MACHINE SHOPS
    i : hauling the children. from the north* *

    s.7 : ," "Boy Tucker, driver; Mr..0. K. Key has Ask'any "JAP* that you may see

    ij [.I, the one: for the south, Lnigi Bracco, "Why the Czar, with Bear behind

    I. fk driv@r._ to climb a tree. and Metal
    U' Work
    ';L. The Yanks,God bless the Yanks, Plumbing .
    John" Mrs. Ad Dixon fSIN
    Chancey gave They gave us Rocky.Mountain "' : -+

    A .and, the Misses;Pat Dixon: .:and Agnes your druggist. .

    < Hatter tpleaantt ipto' Lapham'ts Guava BUiLDER'. HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
    ; '.factory;at Indianola, in his speedy.launch KAUOALLIK.The

    ei '. last week. grape crop is over for this
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    ,A. number of our young men enjoyed Summer. weather and no Liquors, Wines, Beers Agricultural lements
    an'.ou&ing'' to Oceans on Saturday and date.
    .. Ales, Stout, Etc. 1'
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    '' ': ". Sunday. They found some' one occupy- The ;guava crop is now being and COCOA, FLORIDA SANFORD FLORIDA

    : } .". ing,Ad Dixon bluff cottage'so' the/ had and is plentifulMrs. &.Send me your orders -

    X : .to camp elsewhere. Ed. Braddock will visit

    r ? 'Rev.S. W./Lawler/" presiding elder of friends in Jacksonville for a month.G. M. .. I IT1
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    {: the Kast:.Coast district, will preach at F.. Faddison left for

    'i is : '. Cocoa Methodist church next Sunday, Tuesday morning last for a day or --- -

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    cZr .. Sept: 16th,'at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. .m. Mrs. A. H. .Adams and = =r'77r r rr-r r r r rr I r- r.:::::

    > ; e Everybody, lavited.fi '
    leave for Miami on Monday next
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    ; :winter months. J SCHOOL BOOKS '
    Y Ladk'read, this catalogue. of charms.BrighV :
    r i ":4. ." ,.' eyes,glowing cheeks, red lips, a Capt. Bennett is rebuilding. his '

    j'l f .'. '. :. emooUi skin without a blemish, in shortperl6etbesNb..Foraalewith and landing stage and preparing tF .
    SUPPLIES
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    : every pact1 winter business. ;
    ;< + .. \.' 1Jdi1< 1I1'' Rocky Mountain Tea,..35 coming k
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    : -'<'>>.I"! ;!,'" ;.' ;aefI'AlkJOUl'drufiIiI&.. ; > .. Sweet potatoes are now showing of all Kinds......
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    .'_.";'P...fW:1"i'-.7 :" .. puHIIL, heavier than any season.School WHOLESALE- RETAIL '
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    : .:, "'k1: :-.-m....._ r&WUIIA McPhe-tsoQ. ; 'of. Sloan. opened on Monday f /a 1 .- .' "t
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    ,.r'' .DG',6.; .., f7-r. .:. Hn'I- tween .;( :-"f:' ",il'{j -. >:.r FIRE .
    : ; if giving INSURANCE
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    :"'"r"'. ..,,ft'W, .. '..-.:. bo' .haa been. 'The Treat place fe now owned : ,
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