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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 21, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00383
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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t'w." ''" CUpp Crostett ;*% % worth$1.50, special 98 cents., '

t W- it -tad; .' f-f.n. ;.Shoes. for;ladies. ,,to* the world"'\:$ ..,knownhoeeIu .. hllge lotest!'PefteIIg to :.Bients We will place on sale about fifty ladies'' Something About the,People or.titUs. ., ::' s'
Ii: o- ,; ; '!< 26 inch umbrellas, fresh from the factory, -
)',-:,:.-.,n"-- : '......' eeautdfatantelithe Irving I; -Tru Was
\' < ___ td -.f; > spiring'lboitToin'Panney they are made'oat, ,of gloria silk with a 'They'm and Go' <
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''fc ;' 'R\-,,, .,+,. .,,=y -" ';: 't" :: tapering edge look; as good as silk and

,,,.,' ." .:''',''.,':'YM< '....'' .. J.Ga, ..... .:,-".,ear4_'- gel; Devoee." --- ;.At all; 'times a complete guaranteed.stock,'send us pair of Iheirchildren'ashoee.'r.l BraD i guarantee every. will wear better, the handles: are beauti Bakery.Fresh _cake and pies every day, -at tb.," _
< :: ,," '- ""' afthe: : your., ordera/every pair : ,. : ful, some are natural wood and some are '
.If-'. --"'>,.1WU',.,,-,,,...;.'--1l bdtyy:,;"-'>or -,. '' 0>. : Bakery.v'ii".J We pay,'express!! ,.charges\OH* all.oot, of .,'Yon ahoald'eee'- the fine line of boys', eter nc.eilver. $2.50 would be the proper Go Penney &; Branning for fine' show- ,. -

.r T4' :1':xYc;":DE-O.;y"woe; of.Odeen' -- H .;,wn in town orders.- a shoes, suits. ,' pants, at Penney ,& Bran- price for them, Monday only $1.49. for both boys and girls. '.

kith.thewee .).' :.; : PENNEYBRAhLiING'Ii ning'f.1 Also the same. in men's 28-inch at the Mr. R. .%.Cauthen paid a visit to
Up-to-Date: and Furnishers '
-.: ; '::Thbestae: oThoyv .. ,'-sboea Clothiers V ,.. above price Cocoa and business
sad Tuesday on
... .... -: 'Iv I; '._ Titnsvilie. _,c'Fla., Miss Grace 'Lai bartj'of; West, Palm Berkley's English longcloth, one of the Monday s
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",- "," .-, '<...."._...aerdt, ... ,".t',..Li..,, : Beach' stopped off' here. Monday on her best cloths on the market for nnderwear, Miss Narcie Coleman 1 arrived home-
./i:t .;L3Er. t'W.Caution paid a flying :visit, : way to Sanford. 12 yards for 91.49. from Tennessee last week, where. abe. -
.t.Oak...dill yesterday. sfteencoa: :t AN OLD:GERMAN ;DROWNED Mrs. G.'W. Hanford is on a visit to her Ladies' black hose, the well known spent the summer. ,

:.:_ J,? ... Zephi &"Ull" pllUTlnIQt'"'-, ifv: : :: ys **te'rda" 7 f .. ':> '. brother-in-law and family. Enterprise Onyx brand, guaranteed not to fade, they Mr. J. Lorillard, Jr, made a flying trip
;;; :Girl for a Jew days.. l ? are pot np to veil three pairs for one dol. to Kalamazoo St. Johns river lx
;(5 riiA vldt! toner.: ,mother; Mrs., Deisner, Frightful. Experience of.His Little lar- have three near' to
Monday pairs
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,::".'i''..', % berirtet: ',..,'\ ...;Mir.: 'T>\(Req JI'.1if .- 'NVJiMisa '" Only EUht Yeirs Old ul la:,'!. the latest Remick' hit-fine for 75 cents. "you. may repair Ii gas engine, yesterday. .

...."'. EdIth CrabKof Baldwin;ia spend. hro- tep intermezzo cents at Indian Indian Head linen, 44 inches wide, already Conductor Golden, of the Sanford division 4-
Siaf ia few days in Jacksonville this week The' story of a distressing accident, River,Music House, Tituaville. ; shrunk, splendid for dresses or is off for his annual vacation, and is ;

agwstof the traveler. Hotel., resulting in' the drowning of a man and Mr.. W. E.. ,Bootb, of Cocoa, came up drawn'work at 18 cents per yard. relieved by Conductor W. 8. BulL

k !!.' ";&Mr' ; }=and lain" ,L "Golden\ returned the frightful experience of his eight year Wednesday do some work on the Special prices in linen table damask. 'The run boat owned by the Titusville ,
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t" JJ1eme8atorday afternoon, after spending old dangnter,comes from Eau G llie. pumping machinery for the Indian River White Marsellaise bed spreads:'extra Fish company is being thoroughly overhauled .r u i
j Last night namedStiller'a large size worth $1.75 at $1.19.:
Satorday a man ,
:;:' -c *\a few months in Tbo yUle,;:Ga hote. and retimbered at Hitchcock'sboatyard. -. #
fisherman and boatman residingat Ginghams for children's dresses, specially .
: cj 6irD. ; .-a'Pritchard went to Benecke'a Cocoa, left borne to sail to Ban GaUie. Mrs.' J. 'D. ,Crabb and sons Masters good for school dresses, light and I

:'it n>_< --iI1', .JI Btnant creek yesterday to see his new Accompanying him was his eight year Roy and J. D.:Crabb, arrived home from dark patterns, checks, plaids and stripes, Mr. L. R. Decker left last Saturday for

;; i power boat in,which he.will install ,a 16 old daughter, Viola.' Enronte and wbennear their summering in Tullahoma,' Tenn.- almost! any color you could wish, new New York state on a vacation from the
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r : .b.P roeaopy. motor. Eao.:;Gallie a severe rain and windstorm Monday.afternoon: .- and fresh from the mills, I am positive hard lam mer's work he put in overhaul' 1

'.Ri. W: MntJ.--W." Pope,-j,!.,,OlCordeJe.Ga"" came up. The wind blew with Mr.. L., WHaile took charge of the 'bat'later in the fall you will pay more ing Sterling Cottage.

-. Y :,ratting her mother,Mrs &'G...VanlandIngham fearful force' and in tDaneuve n, .bie fish house for the Peninsular Fish company for the same good,' special 12} cents per :Miss Willie' May Gould, of St. Angus-

o at Miami,.while a home ia being boat the boom gibed suddenly, striking Tuesday, morning in place of Mr. yard.White tine; formerly a resident of oar town,
3'i'-<4: for her In the former.dry. Stilleroh the bead, and knocking,him W. C. Thomas,.who baa been transferred linen, specially good for skirtsor arrived the first of the week to spend a
i "' j ..... .. overboard. It is believed be rendered -
<",-f'1 ; was to suite; 34 inches wide, worth 40 cents few days with relatives and friends. '
1.-y,=i: ; .,_11,4Atbert'e :;Talor,otbxla, PNsI unconscious, as the child says her father ; per yard, Monday only 16 cents. t
,{ ,Qfthe';Bretard ConntyState bank, did not rise to the surface but once, when .For social, medicinal or household uses If are looking for some lawn for a Mr. and Mrs. John C., Jones and two
you
i- !l-- 'inTitnsviIl Wednesday looking! he disappeared from sight and was L W. Harper whiskey is the best.and dress or for a waist or kimona, we have children arrived yesterday from a couple r

ftet.' some needed repairs to the Indian drowned. the safest. The most popular high grade any quantity of remnants on the counter, of months' stay np in Georgia, the change -
,j f. : g ,Thus, left alone:jn the boat, and with whiskey on the market* Sold by .R L being quite beneficial to Mr. Jones' Fa
.an..,.,.. UQUII..... ,,- ., you can buy them at most any price.
;;;t;.. } the wind bowling about her, the child Motlow and Fv A. Lesley.. heaith. .
We also have remnants of embroidery
i;' tMR'IrE. Brown,of Mayport, is visit- '
"..p ,,. ;'9 her sister,'Mr*: L.C. Bra nm,, was,in: a predicament; but having been. Mrs. Geo. Hall, of Sebastian, and her yon can buy at a great redaction. Contractor P. J. Hall commenced work v ton
p.'Jfi.i"- awing Wednesday. Mr.Brown it now raised, on,'thewater and being very familiar mother-in-law, Mrs. E. W. Hall, of this: Mail orders promptly filled on any of the new barn for Mrs. A. A. Monroethe

"",.. ineharte.:of, the work ,train which is for one of her yean'with a boat, place .went to Cocoa Monday afternoon, the above.goods. first of the week. He expects to have
.operatinc near Oak HI..tYB. .-, abe displayed great,presence of mind, where they will visit with the family. ol JULIUS KLINE it completed by the time Mrs. Monroe .
ft,. V'h .., crept forward ana loosening the halyards Mr. J. M. Sanders for a while. Titoaville, Fla. returns home.
t; ,, g7ltiu Clara l enackeaboe, of Enterprise, let the sail run'down. Even though she Telephone No. 8. .
.:. : Yasitad :..here Saturday.:and she and Miss had, relieved'part. of the'danger- the.ai, Mr. and Mrs. c:T. McCarty, of EMred, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. 'Jones and two i

<. "at't.+ .-rt Stewart f'left:Sunday afternoon moat infant fin was still at the mercy of who have been traveling extensively babies, of White City, who have been -
< >i where'they,enter.St. the wind and' ram. AH night long the through Colorado and some of the north Church Notices spending the summer in MayesviUe, 8. '

<, e JoIepbs my for the.coming year.. ;, boat' drifted about and the frigbteued western states for the past two months, Bishop Wm. Crane Gray wijl hold C., stopped over Wednesday to visit relative t
A .l''k 1W"- ,.: '.t .' ,the sooth' child\the .only! occupant,. with.'the wind were passengers on the southbound train I services in St. Gabriel's Episcopal church, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Carruthen. "

.;;rr :booDd t Apwnjt-the' trainMonday; passengerrron was ,.Mra;>E..,111, and rain continuing. .last Saturday on their return borne Titusville, at 10:30 a. m. Sunday, Sept. Mr. Geo. M. Bobbins returned from.
!.,.. 'f Early Sunday .morning the craft went .
;"1l : : 30th. Miami and left-
.DimickefPalni Beach, who wasrettttn- In the ea.'ofMistM..y.T. Hainli n Sunday morning Monday-
;1f! ashor8i .at Pineda several miles from the All members of the choir are urgently Ga. where Mrs.
for Washington
<: ill home from.alQmnaerinlin'Mietrigan, 'where-Stiller against F. T. Budge, 'which.was on trial night ,
,Capt Dimick,and son, Frank, stopping place lost his life, and I at Miami most of last week, for damage* requested to meet at the church, this Robbins and the boys are spending a con !
;'T.'Jacksou.. \.11.Je for,a few days: abort time afterwards the child, fast sustained,by the plaintiff! from defendant Friday evening Sept. 21st, and also on pie of months. Mr. Robbins expects to .
:<." ... 'succumbing to herluft"e.rinae and experience automobile, the jury rendered a verdict the 'evening of Sept. 28th, for practice.Mrs. return about the 28tb. s
..tTheDiiytoaa'Jonrail says: "TheAt- was rescued and returned to her
xs C. James Denham will preside at
Miss Hain-
afternoon in favor of
*: *"' >, :daic Coast Line.railway is another linewon't bome., -- Saturday the organ. Scobie Brothers received their new two
.r lin, assessing the damages at $3,000. Motion
f": i :... ; issue any more interstate Stiller1 body was recovered Monday cylinder Knox motor the first of the week }
tom; .3'.:;:traaaportation. to: newspaper,men." Yet morning and. buried in the cemetery. at on the part of defendant for a new Dental NoticeJ. and made a very satisfactory trial Mon
'f liu 'we see..that;tome of oat east coast e.x.'t'i'Jl Eat Gallie. trial will be argued at the regular fall day with the motor in the hull of the
1 f""" ;ire' still carrying A. C. L die'fi.i. \ term of court, which convenes' the first W. Newman, D. D. S., of the firm Merle S. They will use this boat in their t

;;= p ..., adsa Perhaps 'they need it to help. FURNITURE, Monday in next Month. Macy & Newman,of West Palm Beach, fish business here this coming winter.
--r colD.....'. DRY GOODS will be in Titusville for a few days fully
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, :$;,; 'j-r.-- .-\. -;. ... NOTIONS OEOBOt. A. spared to attend to any dental work. A fine daughter arrived at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Winston S. Branning Tues
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1Tbaib aTheopipsnywhicht. He is located at the Gaulden Cottage,
.EDISON and Mrs. Dr. Wittfeld has seemed little
} i'.. '' ''' tires started np here)Jew week ago nn DRY BATTERIES- better the week. a where be will be pleased to attend all day morning. The popular young cashierof
of Mr L..W. Haile past the Indian River State Bank is
' ; -:5' :der the management .SHOES and who want first class dental work done. very
:i.' .*after,doing.> very fair business for the ;. HOUSE FURNISHING. GOODS. Mr. Everett Dawley and little son, proud of this advent and is receiving
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Y.oat,time'it wu actively,engaged;",has Chas A. GftrdneV o 'Phone 34. Hiram, spent Saturday in Cocoa. Letter to Titusville Coal Merchants hearty congratulations over the new =s
? < '' arrival. ,
y dirsolved.owing to somediasatlsflMtfon -
.: r-.bass; t
't- ,
Miss Winnie Dixon has been
,,;# tr t amour the fishermen in the com- 'l' quite Titnsviile Fla. We acknowledge receipt of invita +;
Vote Against the Amendment seriously ill the last week, but is now an
= with
.of : 1t! bIM.1Xr.HaiJe accepted a position dance that Tuesyday t
the
tion to was given
;v : somewhat better. Dear Sirs: If you could get the exclusive
,ii ': ;thj Peninsular Fish :LY'as manager, From Gainesville Sun sale of a coal that would give double night, Sept., 18th, by Mr. and Mrs. .

-IL1-'fJ"" ,' J*, -tht,t'::fiat. part of this The proposition laid down in'Goy.emor..Browal'd' Mr. Sams *nd Miss Alta Wakefield heat and cost no more, you'd jump at it, J. D. Vann, ofSbiloh, celebrating the i
:; : lf Jid Jones held,'a special terra"' oft veto .of the bill passed were guests of Miss Hattie Bower on wouldn't you? completion of their new house. We regret *

.Jft .:.' otttst'.IaDeds.eoonty bat;week to clean"Qfieomecates by the Mast 1 Legislature requiring the Sunday.; Mr. Roy Saulsbury was also in You'd control the trade for a hundred that circumstances prevented our
;1 t : that hid been standing on TrnaJtees of, the Internal. ImprovementFund town that day, the guest of A. B. Carter. miles! accepting their kind invitation. '

y fl :. rr :tw;;dvil docket;, arriving home Sunday to; turn into the state treasury all Osro and Qrlo Hainlain visited with Devoe is like that among paints; a Married-On Thursday, September ;
;:' 'i' "'moralng. He left Monday afternoon for funds in'their hands or that they may their grandparents over Sunday. The short ton is as good as a long one of any 13tb, at the residence of the brides'

J: ." 9Pp$ P&ce, 'where the fall term for St: hereafter receive from the sale of state boys stopped off on their way to Meridan, paint yon can name; a gallon is worth parents, Dr. and Mrs. B. R. Wilson, of
A LMit county is in session this week. One lands that the Legislate is not clothed Miss., where they will entet a business : more than two of many a popular paint. this place Mr. W. C. Thomas of Georgia

'ii:.:' .', .- iftr feature of 'be.peeial term of with power to regulate the'actions of the I college. Suppose you have painted your house to Miss Jeannette F. Wilson. The
fir'' owt he held at,Miami waa .the fact that autocratic board, is the most silly argument ,. about once in three years ever since it couple left Wednesday of this
il .. ,the plat dolts won tn all the cases tned. that has emanated from the present Guy Mnnson rowed his sister up to was new, you buy the same number of young week for Jacksonville, where they will
little skiff Monday
Cocoa in the Midget on -
administration. The contends Devoe have third of it left andit
governor a ,
,sus r'M.MBroct. hat received gallons spend a few Veeks.
just news morning. The boats do not run on
that the six Count
iJ.s oJ: ,"j :less:.:hU';1IUUIV"1t'UVW5".. 1a that'it i| utterly though Trustees were.Intemal created ImprovementFund by an act of Mondays and the up train is so late that $1.75 wears a gallon years.for paint your; $3 costs.50 a gallonfor Nice new fresh stock of guitars, mandolins -

".y ';V '. cIeItIol.e4.blre., Everything was the Legislature the latter has no powerto getting to school is a problem. putting it oni; yon saved 5 gallons: banjos, guitar cases has just been ,
{ ; boned tip.; Hie mother, and.little broth- abolish the office or say how the affairs Mr John Brown has been on the sick $26.25 on this job. But yon save the received at the IndianRiver Music House,

4 :-. r, er'onlysaved what they bad on their! of the board shall be conducted. In other list the last day or two,' he,, has over whole job of three years hence: about $75. Tituaville. Correspondence is invited regarding ,
:;:" becks.*Any'machine or organ repair 'words the board is with Put 'em $100.Can' these goods if you cannot come
'> -I. perpetual, no worked in his efforts to get the house in together:
';i'w.. .... given him-now' will certainly.beappreciated I responsibility to the legislative branch of order and the work on the place in good reckon so accurately as that; but and inspect them. Strings for all the
this time he will haveto'prepare
J:;" -':, _. at ; as 'the government But if this be the case shape' Farmers in Florida are more you see how it goes. Paint isn't alike above instruments and practical methods
and little brother
: mother
-,.; : his why did they ask for the passage of the than busy the year round. anymore than coal. How much moreis for learning. Sheet music carried in stockat
1..;: ;"'. a"hqpne from the ground:up. s drainage' law? Why did they not go coal worth than \ elate? reduced rates.
:; 'Fall in line with hundreds of others ahead with their drainage scheme on Mr. and Mrs. Devoe Sams and little Yours truly,
The Lorillard Boat Works commenced
't\: :, ,and ai.'your toys'up for school fromPenney their own responsibility? May were in town over Sunday. Saturday F. W. DEVOE & Co., work this week on putting in anotherset ,

1.Zf' : & Branning. \ The Trustees sell the state land, with was the fifth anniversary of their 16 New York.P. of boat ways to enable them to haul ,
'J;: '. ont giving public notice, at whatever wedding and there was a family celebration S. Jas. Pritchard & Son eell our paint. ont boats while their present are in
ways ,
'
"" "" the home of Mrs. Sams'
:::: : Property to. Xzchange price .they see fit, and to whom they at parents;
', Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bower. Four use.! It frequently happens that a boat
t genera
3C : a.,. FineDUei farm of 124 acrea'in Critten choose thus giving opportunity to show tions sat down to the wedding dinner on The Cleveland Light will necessarily! be on the ways for eever- '
eight miles from Marion. favoritism to friends of the administrationat al days and during that time another ,
1r .county, Ky.r this happy occasion. Gives satisfaction. For sale by
%31.r ;Fine blue) IUeame"of, water and good the expense of the people. perfect boat will need hauling out for only clean- t
them.
-. Should the people adopt the Constitutional Rev. Hawk and Fritz in C. Collins. Call and see will '
,; : :wellIonllDML.We1limproyedfoorjooc1 son came up ing or slight repair; the new ways
-:: ; i dwellings,':good barns for stock, fine Amendment making these Trusteesa the Redbird on Saturday. Brother Hawk provide for such an emergency. e i
'i< neighborhood. Cumberland Presbyterianchurch' drainage board they would then be gave us two good sermons, tho' the Call at Titusville Livery at rear of

--f._, .x' .on this' arm, also a good school clothed with additional powers without congregation in the evening was very Robbins' law office, for stylish rigs. Fiah Boat Found i
'oi.' '_ ;building in'.center of farm. Farm will responsibility to any other branch of the small, because of the wind and rain. Leave your orders for hauling, both double -I .
1 2 .' rent 1or'ellOUlb.each. .;year to pay 6 percent government and could build up in Floridaa There was a fair congregation in the and single. J. M. Oeban, proprietor. I Flat bottom, about sixteen feet long, i' '

, /:<< D"I8OOt1.'WanUo exchange this political ring that would put the South morning in spite of the weather tho' near Dummitt grove. Owner can obtain
{-I, fine firm for a good farm near Titusville. Ckrqlina dispensary ring'to shame. Will Rev. and Mrs. White were missed from Weekly Weather Report. I IO. same by proving property and paying for

:? :! ("'1 For farther particulars call at:THE STAB the people do this?, We.believe not. their accustomed places. .8.DKPARTMXSTOI1 AOEIVULTVEEWEATB- i this notice. Apply to W. D. Campbell,

fei.> ", ;office. . KBBUSXAU.JCWTEB i iI I Clifton, Fla. ,
*-vir, ?: x Hand WantedTo Indian River Hotel Arrivals FLA., Sept. 18. 1906.I I
.,: -' '\ Oraage.Boxes Boarding House Beopened
Warnell work on''truck farm and grove. A. Steward Atlanta Ga Wallace'' Comparative statement of temperaturesand .
} We are selling the orange box, A. ; her '
Deisner has
;_ Married man preferred. Address E., Jacksonville R. A. rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. Mrs. opened boardinghouse
Meeler
Raymer
_< .racognued as the beet box,made. iD FloryIds Florida. ; 1906 1905DATK. again and will be pleased to re ; d
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'' : Tropic, 0. J. W. Alnpangh Winston
.' Dayton ,
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HAX. MIH. of the
MIS. traveling
'is MAX. cei the public
: ve patronage E
-. with birch N. (X T. J. Capos,Jacksonville Henry
& '. Price 14} cents complete ; ; Sept 12. 83 18 8ft 75 well as that of the local people.
; :: QVKBETAIK8HOF as
:. boon, in carload tote delivered.' Crntcher, Tampa; C. B. Robinson, Or- 13. 89 78 86 74

\-;" '. lIIbr'pn.'and. IIIDpl' of Send your guns ,for repairs to Henry lando; J..C.' Henderson, Jacksonville; 14. 89 78 87 76 FOB SALT!: CHEAP JOB CASH. V I
m ;t'' { 'Benerke. All work thoroughly .done H. C. Abrahams, Atlanta, Ga.; 0. B. 15. 88 74 82 72 of land '
About 88 good high on r
: :' < Com Lm Ii"8Vm.Y'Co., Gun loeee in the breech tightened equal Floyd, Orlando; C. Christiancy, Jacksonville 16. 82 71 87 75 acres side of the Indian river
71 80 77 the east or ocean sat
4 :' "' 'I. ,Flo C0. VlA.id. to new also gnu stocked and thotgunarebored ; H. J. Frond Jacksonville; L. T. 17. 88
;"X. 6 87 75 89 77 the Narrows, described as follows: Lot
.1!) If- etc.;H. Benecke TttssTi. le. Fla.9VUXBT Allen, ,Jacksonville; D. L. Williams 18. inches..
'' '. the week. .M also No. 3
4. : V .. 1c Total rainfall for No. 3, section 35, lot section
0. J. E. Sumner Orlando
; -Th$7thg Portsmouth, ; ;
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; Departure 36 township range '
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: : ly attended to.. tM.ete all traint, ; Stove Citrus clock poWa on IdfV pint :... Frank GantierJackaonviIle;R. Williams Departure rainfall since Jan. lit, plus cated. For farther particulars address -
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roodeale M all times India Rim Wancriot nhhlhirH l>lii. ; ; 9.83 inches.
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$: to j looking':of Illaa T tn soniethlnf makes: Scott's, .EmulsionxHe branches of.the lonely old beach.

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$ ;r: q j-.f.:; 4 -"WboRMYryoulnteeii. : byribe"C.. : 'O. ',": $; f ''"Woman don't ask me!" he shouted. ,
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t ; : s 'Shthe.Catnip Oat Boys,' They are "' ", A it B W.NE. Chemistsf0A41bfsarIStreet" < ; at mel{Your: perfidy Is discovered'and

.$! starting= g.C'm" down Jt;Laurel grove; Heir the'sooner,yon can telephone your.law ,

x. .' ",and,.cb1r.Iur tbe. nezL .ummerI# ,shall ,. Yorkgoo yer he"JOOne1' we will have divorce
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: ,:It U: ; (rIver! (and )De of_tlie most things: -Itjs: dne/Mr.. : Bowser taiLi ,

n 2 '-' : j;. bcadti/ol spots for,moles' artiaitd'tTlreie that nis;walted: ten'.mlnntes: .,' !er. an: toFi.h. ;. "For sale by theINlSlAN

{ '.., ti.l.., ;:fishing. bathiligaad'boat. : hour'before'be.rose.up: ,and got red inttie3ace ti

.,;: z ;;?tf-''\' t" Sag,: and'"the" .;rates t omem"D..IPJ' : .- and gritted .his teeth and < '.,. ... .., ..;

*-ft;< ,q j... ; club are:onl140Uir t cJaj :anted to::wreck;a human life :.,. "; '-1 : RIVER:
}ft ::J "8u you didn't some back. .torten mtour \ : .
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t! 1 \ : '!The old beech tree sighed mournful j.:,# .- MUSIC HOUSE

&'ij i; ," '.down the. othe day:and hired a farmer sighs as the''breeze- whistled through .. 7 ,: ,

3 > to'put. It,Bp."Hiey: :'.wantiine tpVnn branches; The mosquitoes.took' ad- '..- ,
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i&J.:';l<>-;'"" .":" in an occasional bite that lifted the vic r -J
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;' -'f.lt' ..o.f. -" ) j footed boy. of fifteen;; ppear d. Thebrim -2 :.c. "Z ,
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:-.i.; ;;!(J. ;., : down the back,.but he was\bappy., PS 41L

-.ir-3,!. t. lived his errand to ,
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i.h .:'{Ji Laurel:grovt'was to look at:a wood-

:....si..' ("j'. .. chuck's hole in the bank of the creek.Hewas .
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t;," Boy ,,1s this Laurel grovel was_ andSure.
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"is there no other Laurel grove
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Xope.. river?

I*' .'.:.1 ,i ,folks[ever come,camping b reJ" ;\atlve-FIsh! 'I should rather think BAUARDSHOREHOUND

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.? _;"., ''ff.'I'i"{' : now," saturated with/ .-..PunchL.

.. "He ought,to be, I. belong to a club
f<;;:; Cleo'm0 uptown. I was told that a tent. came .
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'I'i' r Q you ire after, White's Cream Vermifugehas
:..:. r <, J, b "Didn't see nawthin of Ii"You.d
world
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r' have known, 'Would you.' ?".. of all worm destroyers, and for its tonic

: "-- ::' ON ITS'nriNK. WAS :NAILED It'A 8IOH- OT 4c'Yep.1t influence on weak and unthrifty children.It. .

,; ) "LAUi",.EL Gnon. \ ) "I'was'told that there were boating improves their digestion and assitnila Tt4

. ,.'.. ., down today and"see' If. everything Is. fishing/hunting and bathing here." lion of, their food strengthens) their SYRUPC'

I" ,' !" all ,right.. The, bedding.and provisions "Maybe there be," said the boy she nervous system and restores them to

J' :" will go, on the same train _with Line. sat down on a log to pick a sliver. health and 'vigor natural to a child. If -

,il 1; and if you don't mind I ,think I will out of his foot you want a healthy, happy child get a
bottle of White's Sold
-::" stay,all night. I'd.: like a swim in ,the No U.e to Question Boy. by Red Cross Pharmacy Cream.Yermifuge ORES COUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTt0 1 BAN

}f : -: :- cool waters of the'riverVand,: it will dome '. It was no use to'question the boy WHOOPING COUGH SORE THROAT SOARS ,ii

t1:" :: .air.",good to- fill my., lungs with: fresh further. There was Laurel grove.- and -- -- LOSS OF VOICE. LOOSENS THE PHL GH AND EASU, .

tz I. there was Pearl river, and the tent HEALS LUNGS
; Sunshine in EXPECTORATION THE
your
.- -Why, you can go of course, slowly- and the.boys might come along! ; at any

c k ': replied Mrs; Bowser moment. 'Tb re also might be another Endorsed by leading physicians as the BEST remedy for

f !: : "But what do'you ':use'that doubtful earthquake mud kill off the horseflies Home Children's Croup and Whooping Cough becauseit

'" : .tone f or V and mosquitoes. The boy got the sliver contains NO OPIATES. The action of Ballard's Horehound ,

. i: '2"": MYou may not find things as you exl out. wentover, and looked at the lair Syrup is mild and benign,it is adapted to Infants as well

..-.: f6f" >ect'and then you will come back to of the "chuck," and then, without another Fifty-two times a year is assuredto as adult s of every variety of temperament and constitution.
blame ,
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glance at Mr. Bowser he disap
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r / ; onseu5e. I never blamed you in Pearl river gurgled on, and another MRS. B. W. EVANS. CIsarWiUr, KI&, writes:-"My husUsI

my life. I know just how things are hour passed.. .:Mr. Bowser was looking READ Me SUN was sick for three months and the doctors told me he hd ; Y and there will be disappointment I '-
,:.' no around for some human being that aumption. We procured a bottle of B&ll&rd' Hort.bcun4 SJI\tP,iced
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F: ': bat en't got to take anything with me would consent to be torn limb from It cured him. He is now a well man but we always be &beMM.

1 and I'm'off at once. Don't expect me limb when a dun colored cow with a That illustrated weekly paper I ill the house, and think MP has no equal for pulmonuyy i

y4. ..back till I come." 1elfon came out of a thicket and stood printed in Tallahassee and Easy to TaKe; Sure to Core Every Bottle Gi&rsmHei.THREK .
After taking a train for fifteen miles '
and looked at him. The look of pityin SIZKSi 'So. .500. 9 .Op,
&, :Jar Bowser was dumped off at a country '
published everywhere.A.
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a: .." her'eyes brought on the explosion. BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT CO., ST. MCTl M.
station: There was a tumble down, '
lie jumped up and grabbed a club and
i unpainted building bearing .the name
chased her for forty rods and be might K. Taylor _
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of "Laurel Grave, but there was not a OLD AND RECOMMENDED: BY
not have ceased pursuit then bad he 1
human being In sight After standing
,_ not come upon a farmer hoeing potatoes RED CROSS PflARIiCT, D37ILLE, and EAU OALUE: F8iBU@f E10 GUIS
around for twenty minutes he discovered f
in a field. Makes the'cartoons and all the .. ..
and hand with '
: : a sign a the finger
t pointing back Into the 'country. The \Vhat ye chasin my cow for!" other pictures.

}' _r sign said that Laurel grove was half a shouted the farmer. THE BRIDGEPORT
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"She-she was looking at me. tamely -
mile weet There bad once been a sort }
replied Mr. Bowser.
of road 'but it was now overgrown Claude
,x : "Has it tome about that a cow can't L/Engle "THE MOTOR %1
with weeds and briers. A determined THAT MOTES"There ,
look at a fat baldheaded man without .. .
fr .- man can do much however. Mr. Bow1 .. ,
I. bein' clubbed for it? What are yehangln' \ I
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ser was a determined man. lie fought In pungent editorial paragraph
around here ?
for anyhow
off the mosquitoes and horseflies and that is no reason why you cannot have a satisfactory 1 !
&ir. Bowser's face was fiery red and looks after the things I
finally' debouched on the banks of a his teeth on edjre. but he held on to need attention. motor .ou fit. Let us demonstrate The Bridgeport to you )
creeL There was one lone tree It wasan
himself ami.replied: and we will convince that there is least
'. aged beech. On Its trunk was nailed you at one reliable

' i. .:.'. a sign of "Laurel Grove. To a post some"I came fellows.down" here to camp out with WARM, BRIGHT, FACDJATDJGLY gasoline motor built. The more severe your work, the

on the bank of thecreek was another Whereabouts CLEVER more anxious we are to have you own. a Bridgeport, the

y conveying...the) fonna.tion., that that "In Laurel ." and durable
graT'e.fa.1 simplest most reliable the market.No
motor on
was the Pearl fiver, If a tent had been .
\ l'swan; but I didn't think
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sett''down- .It had not reached the ,
f there was_as big a fool In this country! That the Sun
r < 1' :grove..if1f any ;provisions had been Who are ye. and what do ye do when Yalres No Cams No Gears
E tabpDedhey had:not come down on
are at homer"None
ye
with Bowser. Easy to Operate
the train air,
of Infernal business
your If to read this
Via ;J1.fit f; ..Rho r tb klNt rnPewber ofthR .C. ">Iebbe you think. it hain't but I do. you pay paper-you Working Parts Quickly Accessible

: ,; :. = ,0 ,_, looked .atJ he.taBelJjJwe old>> I had three hogs stolen last week and can read THE SUN too,,

:; ; ;< .tillegteek_ ,811f4.WIt4 Utwo slI 4 WITHOUT EXTRA F.xr riais ,
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,,..- J 44\; peet1well ;q ..'0-<-.'-'J'JC'' f-Il 0 l ..ly1a"-.W'J sails .. letter carriers-In New.York suffer these ; ,

,'}.fK1i, ; tlleek aoari; P. A:Ye. 'lIIe........CMUllr1. ,' r:.e.:......j- ,..xIt dsya,'says'the New,York Times. HUBdrtds '-= -- J -V7 "! '
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.Sri. : ltan alWlBti artlwsLlP Aa11, hu laeYer Obtslnedd' .wllaitdtlltgetotr FBrl-. '" F. of, letter writers ,are "Rawing Akoost-Cvery tJi -_

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3;FZ-FCs'< t ;7 of"" ; 1.t derv_anyl nd. grantF'ge' {knows,peipfecty Obgwll.FALsr' i.'. ;'./; .- ,'., dresses are .frequently pussies for, the 'c iff idat' _" uStt. t Qflfiff tu&.. : k
> lA J. P.2. Tniaed HUM sad Fbysie*!Cvttuw.IHMe- men, who have to deliver the letters. "
::'Y'b1; '" ; ,"Monty nurnyar; well that the special Uad sramttof ., year. ,
,.:\....- .-:'W" ,,Ttoyflla.iib rUfe W. & Benrgoi, : st'CoMt -........- -*' ; Here is the address on a letter_ .recently, This, remedy: : retai'n'ed >

'W > '' .t ,. ...,....c-. the. Florid' E HaUww BEST CHRISTIAN HOXC If nvDca received by a Harlem'man: "
If' for
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Company to -by deafen who have'sold .
': pm the youngest grant in this '
'p ; | mvvtIIIIT01lQ8.-B .A. C IhR ( Address: 1;C COCHRANE HUNT many and know ks YaIu ..tlfIt'
years ;
& 8tatee:and he further knows thatKthe '
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l 'tl: eJaainua1'. AH,tgUi.Tk- '; ... ... President JOX HATHUZ.Tuthurty .
""' ? tHnlle:'John B>*Miot. ImliMftlnf J F. ; United :States Supreme Court has received thousands of"It
,
ht "wtoa,Oooo*;T.J.Coctabatt,'LI< .... eTn" Hunioth St. testimoohls from grateful '

1'-s' = aeodosts an. held in*. )[Monday should confrai; tie;.validity of -these State ''the, seal of dishonesty, were 'Njrawk.Harry '

<'a y.flldr. "t :. grants )the older' grants principally enough; to add to' this infam the has been 'sacra i;

'< : .. is cut to stcicans with the most y.
!; indulged In,by
;,. > .. Pol. ,William to Wilyum James1 to results.It ai
:ISSUR. IK4Z { way Company} will absorb every acrena Napoleon B. Broward evidences of ,
; s t: : : : are Jami\ Arthur- to Rthur and. so on has often saved fife before'
Claimed" by the .State, anc| that his,utter.unfltne s for the position he
through the list. The last names also medicine could have been scot foror

}lt)}; DRAIIAGE1FIGIITF the Florida East Coast Railway Cornpany'will.not "'" holds and cannot fall to Impress upon are being turned twisted and writhed a physician summoo d..

tJ':...;.- : ., r .. get'a single acre' the; minds of thoughtful, Intelligent into hideous shapes It only costs a' quarter. Can

"i-F./ ;- Co? .of: -"'t- I p Why this' tenderness. ,.for. the- LoufaTfle and honorable men the strongest doubtof you afford to risk' so much for so -

1iJ Inid'b1-'iSownhttleagthyLet. &. .Nashville 4 Railway, ",' .Company, his ,1 d1vldual.lntegrltf, as well as C0BBectle Paper With New Spelling. Erie? BUY IT NOW. ,
?& The first Connecticut
& ,
the and'whichIs newspaper
which has oldest'grant, of. the sincerity and honesty of his

&;: t@ From,Mijor A. St. Clair Ibrtis claiming"'In the salt now pending public utterances. the says simplified the New spelling York Tribune board's, to methods adopt -


jr : None J& .' kSt ,Clair-Abram ,has nearly every acre claimed by tJi'eSt ALEX. ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS. Is the ,Greenwich News, Fred W. Ly- 60 YEARS .
,
f .written anothir Very able"letter to'the te? Why this attempting, to Wd on, editor'and proprietor; which made EXPERIENCE '
She Found Belief I
.
Jacksonville le Metropolis on,the drainage another corporation and single man Its weekly appearance the other alter-

before the of Florida the If you are troubled with liver complaint nooq with the 300 words indorsed by
before people as 1
question
in which he
\ : ,. ,'places and have not received help read i
f'! the public some strong arguments Corporation; and man he ,Is guarding this. Mrs., Mary E. Hammond Moody, President Roosevelt used throughoutits ,

\he these lands against Texas. "1 was in poor health-with liver news columns and the announcement -
amendment
showing drainage
:_ : why ,
{ that It intended to keep to that i iDEliGHt
trouble-for over a Doctors did
JofIi 'In his harangues before the people i year. me
should meet with the pprov
not '
; ; po good and I tried Heroine, and three style of spelling hereafter. TMDC MARKS
the people.He Governor Broward bases his claim in cured 1 f.
; : says: bottles me. can't say too much

In his harangue throughout the. behalf of the State under the act of 'for Heroine, as it is'a wonderful liver Name. For New spelllas, COPYRIGHTS Ac

1855 the title these landsin medicine. I always have it in the house. Anyone ldinr a iketch and description may
putting to Of
State in'support of the outrageous constitutional all the names that have been suggested quickly uoeruiit oar opinion few..ether aD
Internal Publish'where you wish. Sold by Red for the bobtailed Ineatlonbptosablypatentable. Commonlc
the Improvement
the Trustees of spelling
perhaps
amendment now before the ,Cross Pharmacy Lion etrtct1 confidential. Handbook on Patent a
the best is 'joshbillingsgate," tent free. Old_ anocy for eetutafwUenU.'
Fund He conceals from
people Governor Broward is acting Patents taken through Hum A Co. reeelTtiutkt.
the New York Tribune. The Boston .without char Ia theckNftfk
the people the tact that sections 28 says I- **
with characteristic political trickery
CLOTHES STOLEN Transcript deserves the
perhaps
and dishonesty.. and 29 of this act (which was passed'on $ Rmerkaw.li
credit for the invention. We cannot

y. Practically, the entire,burden of his the 6th of' January, 1855) distinctly GIRLS HID IN 'WOODS trace the origin back farther thoughthe A handsomely of any Wuttnte4 cienUfla townaL weekly.eolation Lured'l'erma.lla et>v

talk if his.. denunciation. of the land. reserved to the Legislature the powerto Transcript modestly says the "so rear: tour monUa.ll.=';ne.ede.len.BascbO tU

.
'i the alternate sections of these ,
grant called Joshbillingsgate. .
,1 grants given to the railroad corpora- Lived Three Weeks u Forest Nymphs e
as J' 8t. WuhJQtOD" D.
: lions and his singling out the East lands for six miles on each side to after Mishap While Bath- I

Y. Coast Railway Company and Mr. Flag such railroad companies thereafter Oklahoma' Cora Forert.
lag In Pond. Porter Moss, according to the Ponca EAST COAST MEAT MARKET
chartered they deem
/ Jar denunciation and in holding as may proper; .
---- City (Okla.) Courier, says it is so darkin

i. them up to public obloquy. and that by a later act passed In 1881 Itobbed of nearly all of their clothing his cornfield on account of the mar- O. F.DUREL Agent,

The only. issue before. the people ofF It was distinctly provided that these when bathing in a woodland pond near velous growth of the corn that the

the State is whether or not the constitutional alternate sections should not even be their father's home in Lancaster Pa. lightning tugs can be seen in It In the == Florida and .

: ,amendment shall be adopted. subject to the rights of creditors of Gertrude and Susan Newcomer, thir- daytime the same as at night.A -

the Internal Improvement Fund; Un- teen and seventeen years old respectively -
1 Whether or not it was wise or unwise -
were ashamed to go home. so Plight. WesternMeats
to land grants to railroad der this ,act of 1855 and the subsequent -
give
t they concluded to live In the forest These lists of our most useful books
companies Florida U not and cannot acts of the Legislature grantingthe Contain a lot I didn't need.
The weather had been warm and
alternate'sections railroads If they are all correct It looks
every -
1 be an issne.of this campaign. food was easily obtained from the paternal As If I don't know how to read. f

Whether or not the Everglades railroad company building a rail cellars at night and before long ,

should be drained is not an issue Involved road in the State of Florida became the girls decided the 'original savage. And Brines when forth the his schoolboy copy book to my at night gue of all Kinds

} : ; In the constitutional. amendment vested ,with the'right to these alter- state was the real thing. Its method puzzles and dismays

.r nate sections, aggregating 3,840 acres This kept up for three weeks or until I find.!,don't know how to write.

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,Th\Only Issue. of land to every mile of road con- early one morning, when Newcomer And worse than all when behold TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

structed and equipped. There cannot the father lying In wait for thieves The words I used to know so wen

No one knows better than Governor who bad been visiting his springhouse Writ by reformers, wise, but bold.
even be a pretext on the part of Gov- Tm cure i don't know how to spell!
Broward that the real and only issue and cellar at night suddenly arose
WachlngtoA Star. Tot Most Valuable Sat of YacM**d B*t-
Broward she Trustees of the
ernor or
before the people involved in this constitutional from a dark corner and confronted the Building foots ever futlisMfd.

amendment-is whether or Internal Improvement Fund that the scared countenances of his "savage" An Ounce Prevention
RUDDER
)l'., not five Irresponsible executive officers right to grant these alternate sectionswas daughters."I'll is worth a pound of cure. There are i

of the State shall be vested with not reserved by the Legislaturewhen give you girls five minutes to many poor sufferers, consumptives who HOW-TO BOOKSOver

-? it put the title to the swamp clear off to your own beds," cried the are hopeless of getting well-who, if they boats have been built from the lines
the autocratic and sovereign power to old man. had token care of themselves, would n'ow printed in these boolts-Succeufully tailed in S'
and overflowed lands in the Trusteesof
Impose a tax aggregating $2,500,000 cleared and aside from neigh' be well. A cough is the foundation of every clime and upon every sea-Full detail {
They (
the Internal Improvement Fund. consumption. Ballard'a Horehound draw ing of ill parts showing Moat it is and
t:, annually upon the people of Florida. borhood gossip) the incident was Syrup how to nuke it-Text extremely simple.
: .
Applying these laws, therefore, to will cure that cough. Mrs. S-. Great
Another issue which Governor Brow- closed. Falls Montana writes "1 have used Ballard' HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR 980
: -
the Florida East Coast Railway whenit all h..
16 foot crowc.thnutLark vnj to build fnac*
, :ard.seeks to shirk is whether or not Horehound Syrup in my family for nr..,,; surd nci, Lout foe a.bur tit lean the tiniinim ia.
built and equipped 294 miles of rail- Saved by m Alarm Clock. children suffer with
; several hundred land' owners.In the years-my never HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA
. shall road in the State it became absolutely Mrs. Charles Bateman of Homerville coughs. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy. .line but for. aft"rllil'JD ailing or kiorkiu bust bAatl
drainage district recently formed M T Na b..arxNtt a.ber.verbwks

vested with a right to 1,128,960 acres Pa., owes her life and home to the rig; full pan anil pit-tain completed boiU. r
be taxed to drain lands for the benefitof
of alarm clock. HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
of land within the six-mile limit on ringing an Saving HI. Clean.
the Louisville & Nashville Railroad )lodt,1 nriai Burkina ever dMifMd i a prlairianer
; each side of the road. On a recent morning she arose early "Is she an athletic girl?" in "-ica.AM*tail Alblnlu UJ W build I sag

and other railroad corporations of the took a lamp in ono hand and an alarm "I should say so! Why, whenever I to wu with.HOW .
There is not a lawyer with professional TO CURD A MOTOR LAUNCH
State. clock in the other and started down- call on her I always take the precaution Simple and pr there standing above the grade of a and ball lot..e n its&../ otur. fovcrul other plan
Governor Broward knows that stairs. She tripped fell to the bottom of taking the cigars out of my vest
who will the right of HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT
before the United States shyster question of the staircase. The lamp exploded pocket and placing 'em on the mantel
Is pending A tax ai I tround rniUui-r boat; good eabii; eueflul
Court one single lawsuit brought by this road to the grant of these alter- and set fire to a rug. The fall piece."-Yonkers Statesman. ruler; luiuble lv<>b-k>*..t n. i

nate sections under the act of 1855 started the alarm clock ringing and HOW TO BUILD SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOPA
the Louisville & Nashville Railroad drrr little aailiBg; boat,with B>_r>U onrkuff Miimait F'
the wakened a daughter. Anna who pulledher The Resalt.
of and the subsequent acts of Legis- tall plftBi
which; if decided in favor .
Company lature. mother away from the fire and extinguished He wrote a noble poem HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE r -
that corporation, will turn over to it it. Designed to bring renown. Ea>7 to tmAj;...-r.tkinz a\raijrh'IJuo&the craft for.koj pR
.1', How many acres of these alternate With common voice the critics to begin witk;can In Will...rj duwply,nttar strop or ett rte
of land claimed by
almost. every acre HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHTA
Advised to "Boll It down.
the Florida East Coast d
sections has
of bow to build moiift l UM ,
that oomplete'r.ptWa tito
!, the State of Florida. He knows Two Shot by Flrewftrk. >f slue vacd ia MIl Bjf aimivla.PRICE ; ;
{
Company received He cooked it to a sonnet.
lK- there are other claims on these lands Two persons were seriously hurt durIng Again, with lordly frewe. .

Not a single acre. a fireworks exhibition, which letters $1. EACH
also in suit'which is decided contraryto wasa The arbiters of

his contention will wipe out the And yet in the face of this fact closing feature of a three days' cen- Repeated. "Boil it down" MCMIO: a' CXPMISS ANTWHINC

Governor Broward Is going before the tennial celebration at Connellsville. Pa. Bound in cloth-Cold lettering e of pi .
title of the State to every acre of.land It simmered to a quatrain.He 9 by ia inches-Larje,ciearly,irjwn plans.
people of the State of Florida criti During the display a spark set off ten missed tte laurel crown

now: claimed by it and.leave a deficit.. giant rockets, which shot into 2 crowd. Still in his ears reechoedThe THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. I II
cising the Florida East Coast Railway
of several millions, of acres: mandate "Boil It down." MUHMY STRUT New YOU. U. B. A I '
-< Company and Henry M. Flagler.An California Air Packed For E port.
In answer to the argument against But when again he boiled it. Gadosta/fnr Catalogue of Books for al '
"California air condensed into liquid Yacltlimat's Library. ,
forcing this drainage scheme on the Unjustifiable Course. Complying with the hint,
state and packed for export is the The only word remaining --
until these suits are decided he ..
people Wa scorched too much to print.
The law. ignored and nullified alike latest product of the Golden State to
that if his views prevail -McLandburgh Wilson In New York
coolly replies by Governor Jennings and his board, appear upon the market," writes Wil- Times. r

the railroads will not get the land. his bur Bassett in Technical World Maga KILLTHICOUCH
and by Governor Broward and
t He need not have told the people zine. "It is now possible to eat California General Robert s:. Lee
board 'the faith -of the State violated, AND CURE THI LUNC8
that But' supPose his views'.do, not ; oranges which have never left was the greatest general the world has eh

.. Against his opinion that his 'its honor smirched, its implied and expressed California air in their long journej ever known. Ballard'a Snow Liniment -,
prevail
contract ,with the men who across the continent and indeed they is the greatest liniment. Quickly' cures WITH Dr1King'sNew
views will 'win'are repeated adjudications It is within the reach of all.
have built hundreds of miles of railroad may be served at one's table with a all pains.
to the contrary. Now, If the T. H. Pointer, Hempstead Texas writes:
repudiated and nullified, this man sauce of the breezes which blow over '
Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company "This i b to certify that Ballanl'a Snow Discovery ;
Broward ,nevertheless has the temer- their native groves. A comprehensiveplant Liniment has been oed in my household
'frill he and
wins/by wliai'rlgh' ity to go before the people of Floridaand for the manufacture of liquid air for years and has been found to be PrietSOcUI.OO
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his clique have to force hundreds of denounce as thieves and land- and of oxygen has been erected in the an excellent liniment for rheumatic pains FOR CONSUMPTION;! y-

persons to pay for the drainage of the grabbers'men who have simply asked city of Los Angeles, which Is the only I am never without it." Sold by Red Fret Trill. ,.

.Everglades for the benefit of the Louisville \ plant in the country manufacturingthese Cross Pharmacy.
the State to carry out its contracts commercial scale Surest and Quickest! Cure for ail '
products on a ,
Railroad Company.He
& Nashville 4
a .
THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES
and agreements with them, on the with the exception ofaXew York
does and cannot answer this ques- or MONEY BACK **
faith of which they have expended plant whose output is confined to sur- CASTOR I
tion. By appeals to the passions and
dollars! and is
millions of gical metallurgical uses.
t
cupidity of the designing, the credo For Infants and Children. ,
And it should be kept in mind that .

ulous, the vicious and ignorant, he this contract and agreement with the Gateway of Big Grata Crop. The Kind You Hare Always Bought .

endeavors.to put into ,the backgroundthe With Kansas. Nebraska and Okla-
builders of railroads in this State was
real issue involved in this constitutional homa producing 172,000,000 bushels of Bears theSignature f' 1t
Ilk
not made by Republican or carpet-bag frkff
wheat this flood of
'amendment and ,to lead the year an enormous f
State'I 'Legislatures and State'govern grain will pass through the Kansas
masses of the people to vote for it, regardlessof # I
ments, or' by Republicans, or carpet- City gateway says a Kansas City dis SEEDS
;
that will 1
the consequences baggers, but was' solemnly made by patch. Ten million bushels will be hOLW.,I :.r.' i .

follow, except to those..who may get used in Kansas City mills; the rest will Tea Bepregrot the nrrlral of the start We
"' Democratic Legislatures ,and .Democratic Rocky Mountain Nuggets' have brcomsthe laifwt need BOOM in lbs
the .contract to' do,,the drainage. be shipped ont It is estimated that world btcaow oar leads are better than ,
State governments, and advocated A Buy Kadioiae Lr Busy Fwplt.OoUa obera. Do 704 wish to pow the mall:

Unjust to.' Flagler.In ,- urged' and carried Into effect 40.000 ,cars will pass through' Kansas IriIgI lead ud baewtd vigor. besaUful PlutthebeMeeds-v.rryk flower and the float vf ecaiest
4
speeches he seeks to Democratic'leaders with'" the full City.; A gpedflc for Constipation, Indigestion Liveand !'" Bee Aaaaa. free to aU t
all of 1 his by Kidney Troubles. Pimple*. Eczema,Impure appUcaBUb
OXWOR.XA.> Bad Breath. ffluwhh Dowels He! his hearers'with the idea that knowledge, consent'and approval of Blood '.
impress ,- tteais i ud Backache. It'sEockyHounulnTeainUlH D. M. FIRRY A CO.
tM
the Floridfi.EUt Coast Railway Company the'people of the State.of Florida. Q"-- let form. 35 cents a box. Genuine Wla.made by Detroit Mb A. .
Ifc7 ow Bouutxa Dare OOKPAST Madlaon.
: and .Mr. Flagler are the chief To violate the law, to put upon the GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE ,.

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jl. : :n.\ ,"t c''if.jii-t,Q:'epl;p --- 1 JIv.-t-. criminals! J Ui.r, bad habit to get, tad

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ii !'''; -. law"'and paniahing criminals ,should.. Opentfots 'Oi KscijieBty Hue Been
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;:=i ,'" :"':':'r-,-',!:<.. ,..Mr- -"o'- '_-r.....If......-I,TiM .-- --,- j:] one, of:them";unle. he is familiar wit! .

$& -..t. ; ;1':' '* ':' the fadi.ln the: owe and believes that t Temporirilj StspendedFrom % -

.r.s:,.,;....":". -. ;qr.r'-.,, .. "..).--f.,R'o..?!,::-,.:{ ....we','...:.Q11.", T <>.!"''' '....i, pleuw j.':,,the tbA:;eonvieV'.has-been, "punished enoogl the Miami Metropolis. 'Fifty years* experience through' three generations
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?,J''!..ho'h." :: a trio Hor. _'s 1' '"r Board,: othat to:make- him... al,..law-abiding. man.when he After working two years .or more of the Mapes family..

1f.s. : \ -:" '.L''TU'. ;.' fete oak And twy few of them are of that and accomplishing much, operation: fair Florida.
mesi9era"
p _-"' !1 ,,lade tojeio fIIftJ -are We are a household_word all over
--i";;;" :'.fROC =,4 : ''''& Fortat kind. on the ship canal across the bay: .
i>W' ffJf.2'. f' yilf;tre ap..entaf D a ViP from ______
}: 1 in the
c: Our thirtieth state.
= ;
{ ; ..:\- .'. "i. .,to'Lste' Okeeehotiekindirgr. : '" Disabled Steamahip, Hear Defray were suspended, indefinitely Tuesday year
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<-:fW:'': ,',;'d.: f-,;!-'''';- :reey'saaoti' both"MI matters prevent.Wtugoitienhieocmeion..Apleataat The Delray correspondent of the. though it is stated that the same will Our goods combine safety,* reliability and

:; be resumed on or about January] for the
Miami Metropolis tell of the follow profit grower.
; .' : 'tad profltable.tnp to 19.0. next o.
: jK" gentlemen.Ant.exchangeJn
..
'''; .' ing incident: "A steamer lay anchored No dangerous compounds.Ask .
W'i':. : This work was pursued under a Gov.
K'" :;:?:" /. : commenting npoioffered very near the shore here ,Friday thereapparently ernment appropriation and contract by our agents for pamphlets and find the

:. :.:. > ',.. reeoedies for 'the 'hive fly 01orange being something the m t.ter'w1t.k'th P. Sanford Ross, and consisted in cutting reason why you ought to buy our goods.
,
;, : machinery. Two or three
; ". groveav i.saya' ,:,no permanent.Rood ) a channel through the land northof '
': ,"" '." is done -- The sate remedy uto other steamers southbound came In Agents: E. L. Brady & Bra, Titusville
:% .t spraylnii: .
",,...>;;Y' FI ,- .. .l. .' Norris Cut from the bay to the
!i"- ;; :';-,':' get something that will make. the tree near her and slowed down and thensteamed'away ocean At the beginning>\ of the worka' J. M. Sanders, Cocoa Jos. Paxton, Bockledge
immune "toy the insect. Along this line on their courses. She v
.; '' Jetty about 1,500 feet In length and A. T. Patillo Osteen F. Bergmann, Merritt
''', the government agent bat been sent to left. however, about dark, and resumed ,
directly north of the'sea entrance ol
Fl rid><*for the';purpose, is DOW at worl her trip southward. A large E. R. Provost, Lotus .
the canal built for the
4 : at Orlanda; The while fly Ii a pert that ie number of people gathered'on the was purposeof

giving,'the orange;grower pa end of tron. shore curiously observing the vessel." obstructing and preventing the WfflflM
wash of sand and other sea refuse
i. ble all over, the orange belt of the state
Shipments of Fines From Delray into the canal. .
However, down 'eirther"south, where ,'...

F 'they 'have been; in the groves for years, E. .A. Walker, jeweler and.optician This has proven insufficient and the A Strange Suicide I Caught Another Manatee .

.' good 'crops of fruit are, shipped. The of this city returned last Saturday Government engineers superintendingthe From the Gainesville Sun. I From the Miami Metropolis .

growers'b&vi'-J been "'fighting.the fly bj night from Delray, where he has been work have determined that another With a deep feeling of disgrace and It will be remembered that several :$1.

'4 ,. praying. bat this >:method does only.I for a couple of months looking after or south Jetty will be neces- dishonor the burden of which he< weeks ago one Captain Dimock_ ( -:

temporary.good, and. is Very expensive. his interests in the firm of Walker & sary before the canal can be com could not stand. Henry Parrish. a shipped through this port to the ._ ,

.. ". f- ;<: j McVeigh, fruit growers.. He reportsa pleted. They also agree that it is use- young white man, 24 years of age, Zoological Gardens in New York an =:;. .

,.New-,York's Strong Platform good season for the firm, they having less to continue the work until the committed suicide in the convict camp immense full-grown manatee or sea .

The New/York State'Democracy has* shipped: some 5,500 crates of pineapples said Jetty has been constructed and managed by Means & Co., eight miles cow. The animal, or fish lived but, a tJ

V come 'out on .a platform just, about ai lot which they received good therefore the,suspension of operationshas south of Bronson, at a late hour Wed few days and died. >

solid 'as old'Jeffenonian principles could prices. They also handled one or two been decided upon. nesday afternoon.It Immediately the authorities informed -

k poe ibl'make it: Read the following: other crops through their new pack Another obstacle in the way of com- was a queer method by which Captain Dimock that they de- {

y "Resolved, That Democrats should house which had erected pleting the canal is the fact that the
ing they Parrish decided to take his own life, sired another manatee, and suggestedthat ,

(, recognize- and repudiate boss rule in every early in the season. They increased last Congress failed to make an ad- but it was probably on account of the he furnish them with a younger

# : form; and especially efforts from, any their holdings by the purchase of one i ditional,appropriation for carrying on fact that he could devise no other one, as they believed the chances of a
: t obtain
control
': direction to of the party two adjoining fields and have set the work. Several thousand dollars of
or way. He was working in the woods:, baby sea cow's living were better than

-T" :. r organization by: purchase ,by. intimida. out several acres besides, so they now the present appropriation are still and it is said that he begged the
: 'h a _. tion or by hired those of a full-grown specimen.
agents.
{ have about twenty-five acres in pines. available but it is insufficient to carry guards several times during the day
Immediately set
Dimock
"That the principles of the party require Captain
They also expect to put out a coupleof the work much further, and unless to kill him. It is asserted that he
unflinching oppoeition to protectionism about securing one that would meet .
acres or more in grapefruit this the Government responds at the next endeavored to make his escape, for
'
socialism and imperialism. We the demand, and yesterday he returned -
:
.
fall or early in the winter.. -Palm session of Congress the ultimate result no other purpose but to get the guardsto
w recognize the 'right and ability, of the to port aboard the houseboat ;.
'f. Beach News. of the canal cannot be foretold, shoot him, with the hope that the
people ,to regulate and .control public Irene with an "Infant" weighing two ,4
though there is assurance that bullet would cause instant death but
every ;
;-: interests in the state, bat we resent any Mrs Bond Commits SuicideMrs. hundred pounds. It was 'caught at _
an additional appropriation will be the guards, realizing his condition,,
; < effort to commit the to a socialistic .
party Broad Creek and though it has been. ;
;, \ ...- position or to dictate' the policy of the Loretta Bond, of Palatka, who forthcoming and operations on Miami's aid not shoot, but captured him easilyin out of the water several days is apparentlysuffering -
had been her sister Mrs. T.
visiting
; Democratic party. deep waterway resumed at no a foot race. inconvenience. It
- "That policy should be the outcome- of W. Duane at Tampa, for .several distant date. Late in the afternoon Parrish with i no #"
eats
food has become
readily and quitegentle.
am : a full, free and untrammeled expression weeks, committed suicide in a horrible About two weeks ago the big chisel the other prisoners, was lining up to f'.

( of the opinions of the ,party in open convention manner Monday morning. v She went dredge used for breaking the rock on return to the stockade. Suddenly Par
Dimock has had the
Captain mana-
; o t assembled into a .close "adjoining her room in the,bottom of the canal was towed up rish left the platoon and began to
tee crated and will ship it to New
the Duane residence, and saturatingher bump his head against a log. Threeor ,
r + '" the river and berthed. Yesterday the
Scarcity of Labor clothing with oil, set fire to it dipper dredge removing the rock after four tremendous licks finished the York tonight The result of its trip

: The Tampa Times delivers this remedy and burned her body in so frightful a being crushed was towed to the same job. He was unconscious when taken and life in the new abode will be

c' as a relief for the scarcity of labor in manner that death ensued after about' place, thus suspending entirely the from the log and died during the watched with interest.

t ':s Florida: "The acknowledged and severe two hours of extreme agony. Mrs. I dredging operations. Today the night.
Big Rose Garden Dade
c, scarcity of labor in Florida could be i in a Bond had been in poor health for some barges and other material used in Parrish was arraigned in a Justice County

measure relieved if the cities and towns time, and it is supposed that despondency I I connection with the dredges are being court in Bradford County about two Mr. E. V. Blackman who some few

3 would do their duty-,in enforcing the .consequent upon her illness made ready to put aside, and after weeks ago upon a charge of petit larceny weeks ago planted out five thousand

5 law. .There to this horrible method to choice rose bushes on his place near
I vagrant are many hundreds. caused her take this the tug W, S. Brusstar, Captain and convicted and sentenced

J of idle negroes in these municipalities of ending her life. Upon enteringthe Fromberger, also used as a tender to spend three months in prison. He Buena Vista, stated this morning that

:-',> who work little or none, finding support closet she locked the 'door, and the dredges, will leave for Savannah, was a young man of fine appearance, the bushes, without an exception are

\" by other means. If the law against vas her act was not discovered until, at- her hailing port. had good connections in Alachua Coun- doing nicely, and that the greater ma-

t' 'grancy were thoroughly enforced these tracted by her screams, someone in The suspension of this work will be dicament that he could not stand the jority of them will flower profuselythis

F: ; negroes would be driven to work and the house broke open the door, when felt in business circles, as a large disgrace and humiliation of being a winter. The bushes were securedIn

their return to habits industry wouldgo her almost lifeless horribly blistered prisoner.His Washington and are of the finest
.
number of men were employed in the
a'considerable way in supplying the and nearly raimentless 'body was remains were shipped to High varieties.Miami News.
same, the better part of their wages
.
deficit of workmen the and
t + m camps oh where they were
found lying the floor. Springs Thursday,
and earnings going weekly into trade
'. mines. The sawmill association is
taking for interment WAS A VERY SICK BOY
turned over to the family
k measures to arouse a proper sentiment Is It Too Worthless channels. I
M Bat Cared by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
the subject throughout the state.
/l on -
L. in the Kick Column of -
"J. B.
Chamberlain' Cough Remedy Act 01:1: and Diarrhoea Remedy
There are many other and good reasons Doctors Are Purzled
the Jacksonville has the fol.
Metropolis, Nature's Plan
why the vagracy law should be enforced, The remarkable, recovery of Kenneth "When my boy was two years old he
! t but this is one that would work both lowing on the vagrancy law that was The most successful medicines are those Mclver, of Vanceboro, Me., is the subject had a very severe attack of bowel complaint -
f ; passed at the last session of the legislature that aid nature. Chamberlain's Cough of much intereet to the medical hut by the use of Chamberlain's
i ., ways and. i it will doubtless receive more ; : Remedy acts on this plan. Take it when fraternity and a wide circle of friends. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedywe
attention than purely moral It have cold and it will allay the brought him out all right "
1 reasons. "If there is one law that is absolutely you a He says of his case: "Owing to severe says
is proposed to organize the cities and I I rough, relieve the lungs, ail expectoration inflammation of the throat and congestionof Maggie Hickox, of Midland, Mich. This
worthless in its present form, it is the the secretions and aid naturein remedy can be depended in the
towns of several states for concerted open the lungs, three doctors !gave me up upon
vagrant law in this state. It is the easiest restoring the system! to a healthy to die, when, au a last resort, I was induced most severe cases. Even cholera infantnm
e t': \ action, so! that the vagabonds could not GO evade of any law I know of and I .condition. Thousands have -testified tots to try Dr. King's New Discovery IS cured by it. Follow the plain printed

secure immunity by simply moving from, have heard the authorities say! that it is superior excellence. It counteracts and I am happy to say, it saved my life." directions and a cure is certain. For sale
tendency of a cold to result in by all druggists and medicine dealers.
: s one state to another. any pneu- Cures the worst coughs and colds, bronchitis
almost useless to arrest persons for this: nonia. Price5 cents. Large size, 50) tonsilitis, weak lungs, hoarseness

i offense, as it is next to impossible to ents. Foi 8ale! by all druggists and medicine and lagrippe. Guaranteed at Red Cross
': to Cheat Justice
Helping
convict them. dealers.! Pharmacy. 50c and 11.00. Trial bottle NOTICE 'OF ELECTION
The justice loving people of Florida; "If a man is arrested for vagrancy he free.

F, will be interested in and no doubt in. !gets some one to testify to his having High Class Attractions For State Fair

doree the following from the Live Oak worked at some one time in his life, that Appreciating the fact that the com i. Attractive Trips at Extremely I[ To the Sheriff of Brevard County, of the
seems! all sufficient, and he regains his Many State of Florida:
;< ..f Democrat, a contemporary which always liberty. If there is any one law that ing State Fair, to be held at Tampa

; ; :. } has the nerve to express its opinion on makes this city and state suffer throughits Xovember 14-29, will surpass in every LOW RATES Be it known that I, H CLAY CK.\w.
imperfections! it is this one, and thee FORD, Secretory of State of the State of Florida -
w t state issues, especially on the pardoninj" Miditions certainly demand some remedyat way even that of last year, officialsof do hereby give notice that a

of criminals, and petitions for pardons: once. the Fair Association are determined VIASOUTHERN GENERAL,

r At the last term of the circuit court in "A man must labor enough to keep a to spare no expense in the mat- ELECTION

z .. ... Osceola county, a white man was con. good full stomach. A vagrant i U a person ter of securing attractions which will Will be held in Brevard County State of"lorida
victed of assault to murder and given five who does not, wht-n he could, make RAILWAYFROM on Tuesday next succeeding the first
enough to support himself; through his be of a higher order than any ever Monday in November, A. L). IKuti, the said

,, years in the penitentiary; and already own efforts. If a man can make a dollar before seen in the South. The Fair JACKSONVILLE Tuesday being the

.- they are circulating petitions fur his pardon and a half a day and works only one day Association will spend alone $10,000for SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBERFor
and the jurors who convicted him in the week, he is not earning a hona 110.35 ATLANTA,GA.,AND RETURN
tide A man who is hungry is of the purpose of securing a mag- Tickets on sale September 29 and 30; limit One BepreoenUtive of the Second Cwi-
support.
.' ". are among those who have signed the C'Uree more likely to commit a crime nificent hippodrome, similar to that October 7; extension to October 22. :ref>sional District of Florida in the Sixtieth
t petition. This is helping to make a loathsome 120.70 RICHMONDVA.ANI) RETURN 'oijgrtt of the United State
than who is well fed. If
one a which hundreds
man only was seen by of thou Justices
For Two of the
Tickets sale October 1 limit October 8e44.70 Supreme Court If
farce of the solemn laws of Florida in on ;
works he should
one day even he the State of Florida.
.. sands in New York. The engagementof .
SAN FRANCISCO AND LOS ANGELES
l and is a direct and positive encouragement made to stay at home the other six. ONE WAY (second class For Two Railroad Commissioner for the
the band secured for the two weeksof
There is nothing so conducive to crimeas State of Florida.
,, of criminals. The man was guilty Tickets on sale daily, September 15 to October
t' idleness, and i it is the duty to breakit the Fair will cost the association 31. For One Member of the House of Bepreaenitives .
else those jurors would not have convicted of the State of Florida.For .
v up so far as our lawmakers are concerned $iQOO, and $10,000 flat will be givenas 137.00 WASHINGTON, D. C., AND U.
.. him, and how they can reconcile it and it is to them that we look Tl'RN County Judge.
purses for horse races. Officialsof Tickets on sale daily to September 3O. limit For County Assessor of Taxes.
for relief.
with their consciences as good citizens October 31. For Tax CollectorFor
the Southern Fair Circuit
composed
la ; who believe in the enforcement of law County Treasurer.
,
46.05 CHICAGO, ILL.,AND RETURN
.
Torture by Savages"Speaking of seven Southern States, are For Five County Commiai a, r to now intercede: for his: .pardon is hard Tickets on sale daily to September 30; limit For Three Members of the County Board of
of the which
torture to
now in New York and Chicago se- October 31.
Public Instruction.
; : to understand. The weak-hearted muffling
some of the savage tribes in the Philippines $3{.10 SARATOGA N.Y., AND RETURNvia
: t curing attractions, upon which thou For Justice of the Peace in and for the following -
i sympathy, always ready to pump up subject their captives, reminds me New York allowing ten days' stop over Justice District, viz: No. 2, S. &, 7.
a' tears for murderers and other criminals I of the intense suffering I endured for sands of dollars will be spent. Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia or 13. 19. 20.
three months from inflammation New York. Tickets on sale daily to September
of the For Constable in and for the following Justice -
$ : : when they have" last been caught and kidney," says W. M. Sherman, of gushing As a dressing for sores, bruises and 30;limit October 31. Districts, via: No. 2, 3, 5,, 7. l3, W, *.>>
: and fall of sham penitence for Many other attractive rites. In Testimony Whereof, I have
caged, are Me., "Nothing helped me until I burns Chamberlain's Salve la all that can hereunto
their crimes because the HerD:grip of tried Electric Bitters, three' bottles of be desired. It is soothing and healing in For farther information apply to [us.] lid Seal my of hand the and affixed Florid the great Tallahassee

s.: the ,law is upon them and they can.. which completely cored me." Cures liver its effect. It allays the pain of a burn T.and K.Ticket McCALL.Agent. et this the at first
City Passenger
1 : : Otter of to work complaint, dyspepsia, blood disorders almost instantly. This salve is also a day of September, A. D. 1808.
no way escape, except JAMES FREEMAN
and malaria; and restores the weak and certain core for chapped hands and District Agent, H.CLAY CKAWFOED,
;' on the fceHngs> of soft-hearted, tio$-...- nervous to robust health. Guaranteed by diseases of the skin. Price 25 cents. For 108 W. faucnzcr Jacksonville,Fla. Secretary of State.

4- r ed' >godjpoai-. .-lOCh 'sympathy thai. U. Bed Crow Pharmacy. Price 50 cents. sale by all druggists and medicine dealers. Bay.Phone '743. To J.P. BKOWV, Sheriff Brevard Cvaoty
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;> ." '--.cio if1( } tally,;and: ia 'nicely.Illustrated with State of Florida and Uw name were agreedtobyavoteof court of'record.voweatahlishedia Egeambjfc. _,
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_.:\<-.' .' '".",.,._ : t. .t........ .r LIlt.'i ....... j cut*.:of 'pineapple 'field*, dims ,butt- th ee-lftha of all the members county shall npoa the adoption, of,theses,
f ,' : .--- 1 elected each amendments, become and be the of ,:
-" :: 3- : : to House; that the vote on said court m* ; ".::iI'
3" iJii;; ;lie' tax' rate., for.' the city,,-of",Miami {rovea.and,other,scene* In and,around Joint Resolution were entered upon their ord a* herein provided sad all officers of Hub 'f J'

,",,". that, year" will be>> 23,mills., There m"our.vcrsesV e 1. that place. Copies. of the.booklet or respective Journal, with yeas and pays criminal court of ,record shaH be officers e& : .
it' : thereoa,and they did determine and direct such court of record and dtockarfe the dories; ;

.o {\..;..fA.yet.. .or dry'election. wUl,.be heldInHernando Ayers Hair Vigor stops falling I any 'other information'.' about Dania that the said Joint Resolutions be submittedto and receive the emolument of such until heexpiration ,- .I"
.ifj. the electors of the State at the General of their present term of office. ,
.. Countyon; _November It hair. 2.. Ayer's Hair caD,,be obtained through'communication .Section 41. The aid -: :
-t "f ..... ,';: ,< Verse : Election in No.ember1901L court and judge shall: ; ;-
.= The Seaboard Air Line has awarded makes with Mr,. A- 'c. Froct, Dania. NOW THEREFORE.. H.CLAY CRAW havejexclurive original jurisdiction of all cria.,. '
the hair
; it1 : : Vigor... : grow.1' FORD, Secretary of State of the State of inal cases not capital which shall arise ia E*. ; .,
{?-i a:contractor one station'buildingat.Bradentown. Verse 3.t .AyerY Hair' Vigor The explosion.of a,gasoline ,tank atthe Florida, do hereby give notice that a cambia county: and shall have in tysmfria "
,r # Atlantic county,concurrent with the Circuit
Court and
.' "" Coast Line shops In Lake-
'!'Iii -"'. ".'. .....' cures ,dandruff. Verse 4. GENERAL ELECTIONwill Circuit Judge of said county the tame original I
tf" >\ Sponge' sales at Tarpon Springs for land late Wednesday afternoon resulted jurisdiction of all other case and natters as., .'
Ayer.'s Hair Vigor makes the ,Is probably fatal Injuries to Julius be held in each County ID Florida on the dram court and circuit judge of said coun "'
:the week ending Saturday: September Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday In ty and the same power to issue writs of maD-, '.
and it ;
healthy .
scalp keeps so. :.
T, J;..amounted to"U.36S') 1. Holme*..22 )ears old, of Tampa ands November,A- D.., 1906, the said Tuesday being damns, injunction, quo warranto. certlorax .. ,<' <.
+ t Iris a regular hair-food ; this negro assistant Another negro was the e prohibition, habeas corpus and all writs prop. "
,
:The 'flue building of the Bradford er and necessary to the complete exercise of
.l"; .
t' ; explosion heard (for a considerable judge of said county, except the power-
derful was
; success. the ratification or rejection of the said
:: ,' ly ,enlarged and improved. and authority to summon and empanel ... s
Joint Resolutions proposing Amendments to .
distance and attracted
beat many perpIe grand jury. .4'
:} A'fleet of. .. The Had oi a teatimonlal"Sold the Constitution of the State of Florida via:
twenty-seven sailing
vessels Section 42. There '
for over sixty yean." to the scene. Young Holmes was shall be six terms of said '
*'A Is_now on the way to the pdrt,of ARTICLE XXVIIL court in each year. a
': ) A ***1J4" ,Mau, awfully burned, and it is not believed Section 43. There shall be for said court *. ':

,,:J1..,. Jacksonville. for cargoes of lumber. that he can recover. The negro helper' That the following amendment to Article prosecuting attorney who shall be appointed 4t- _
04.> The of'D1a MlSIpA LLI.' XVI of the Constitution of the State of Florida by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate,
T': ): County Commissioners Auei' MILS, was also.terribly. burned and his recovery be and it is hereby agreed to and shall and who shall hold his office for four :years.

4 .val County hare voted an appropriation ,CEBfYncmttL. is not expected. Railroad physicians be submitted to the electors of the State at His compensation shall be filed by law. .;
: the election be held the first Section 44. All offenses
general to on triable in said court- {
N : :.of $1,000 for a county exhibit at were immediately summoned Tuesday after the first Monday in NovemberA. shall be prosecuted upon information,under J

", the State Fair. and did all that was.possible for the D. 1900, for ratification or rejection. oath to be filed by the prosecuting attoraey.but. y
tonal, 11.228,766 railroads and tele- Section 32. The Governor, the Comptroller the grand jury of the circuit court for said -

-:_ e, The Presbyterian' congregation graph and 1,213 poll taxes a ,total of relief of the injured men. the State Treasurer the Attorney General county may indict for any offense triable in .
1 Bradentown are building a beautiful and the Commissioner of Agriculture of the court of record. finding of suchw ;
.: 5703696. A 8cl.Btiflc Wander the State of Florida, and their successors in indictment the circuit judge shall commit or-

,cry: church edifice of native stone. It wills A few The cores that stand to its credit make office are hereby constituted and designated bail the accused for trial in the court of reo- +
crates of the fall of pineapples
::" cost about 15000. crop Backlen'a Arnica Salve a scientific won- as a board of drainage commissioners, and are ord which trial shall be upon information.

.. are going out from this section : der. It cured E. R, Mulford, lecturer for hereby authorized and empowered to establish Section 43. The clerk of said court shallow
The County Commissioners of,Manatee naboro a system of canals, drains levees. dikes elected by the electors of Escambia county '
Patrons of
The the Husbandry; Way ,.
nearly'every day prices
and reservoirs of such dimensions and depth, and shall hold office for four years, and his. ,
.;,1'F County have appropriated $1,000 received for them are fair, when the Pa., of a digressing case of piles. It heals as in the judgment of said board of drainage compensation shall be fixed by law. The

I ;. ,: for the'purpose of making a suitable the worst burns, Ores, boils, ulcers, cots commissioners is deemed advisible, to drain sheriff Escambia county shall be the execu J
: quality ia taken Into consideration
t exhibit at the State Fair. I wounds chilblains and salt rheum. Only and reclaim the swamp and overflowed lands tive officer of said court, and his duties and.

t..,.,. which for some unknoWn reason, is '25 cents at Red.Cross Pharmacy. within the State of Florida, or such parts or fee shall be fixed by law. )-
portions thereof is deemed best by said Section 48. The rules
Volusia County will be representedat as same of procedure
1i: ;:,: not as good as it should be, nor as Tampa' Rapid Improvement board of drainage commissioners from time to and practice which obtain in the circuit court

-- the State Fair the ,County Commissioners was to have been expected.-Palm time, and to provide for the irrigation of the of the county shall obtain 'n the court .;

. .:: having voted to pay the Beach News. Tampa's remarkable growth is again lands reclaimed and to maintain such canals, of record, and all laws relative to criminal .
: < made evident this month by the great drains, levees dikes, and reservoirs in such courts of record,except as otherwise provided ,- I
t. : expenses of, an exhibit The Delray correspondent of the Miami manner as will be most advantageous to the herein, shall apply to and control the court
gains shown in the customhouse and territory so drained, the State of Florida, its of record. Change of venue may be had from.} :
is that the
.. :'t There .every prospect Metropolis says, that "quite a postoffice receipts, compared with the inhabitants and the commerce thereof. the court of record to the circuit court of an- ',1 q
work of building the proposed electric Section 33. That the board of drainage other county for the
.:B.iit\i'i scare for the safety of several young same causes, and under it
, of receipts for the month of the laws .
from Pensacola to Mobile will report commissioners are hereby authorized and providing for changing the venue-
: railway, people .was had Sunday. last Two August of last year. The custom receipts empowered to establish drainage districts and from the circuit court of one county to then .
} -v.:' be begun at an early date. small boats well laden with human fix the boundaries thereof in the State of Flor- circuit court of another county. The Governor -. S
for July, 1905, Amounted to ida. That the board of drainage commissioners may, in his discretion, order the circuit '
'I : The County Commissioners Lee freight, were off Ashore fishing, when $124,228.60. Receipts for the month be and it is authorized and empowered judge of Escambia county or of any other 1

it ), County have refused to provide funds they caught in squall. and to prepare a list or lists of all the alluvial 1 county to hold one or more terms or parts of r
were a
just closed reached a total of $148- or swamp and overflowed taxable lands terms: of the court of record. Any civil cai! >e, 1)
a for an exhibit.of that, county's products landed ;near, Boynton, five miles Up 880.84 giving August of the present within such drainage district or districts I in the court of record may be tried before a. ,i1
,1 State and thereon tax I referee, or in of the *
at the coming Fair. the beach and before 'they, returned levy an acreage case disqualification ol :
;
year an increase of $24,652.24 over not exceeding ten cents per acre per an- the judge of the court of record may be tried
'J
The tax rate for Dade- 'County for home their,friends and relatives were the same month of last year. The num to be fixed annually by said boardof by a judge ad litem, or may be transferred te .:.
drainage commissioners, and the varioustax the; circuit court of Escambia
county or
this has been fixed by the County any
year uneasy about them. postoffice receipts for August 1905 other in
assessors of the various counties embracedin county, the same"way and according .t1t
Commissioners at 27 mills.. This In- part or in whole within such drainage district to the same provisions govern such
At a recent meeting of the new were $5,764.04, and for the month just proceedings '-r.
6 mills or districts shall receive such list or lists in the circuit court of Escambia coun
cludes the State tax of
telephone company, at West Palm closed $7,093.39. This shows an in- and enter the same upon the tax rolls of the ty. .

A. H. Skinner of Fort Lauderdale, Beach Dr. J. E.. Liddy was elected crease for August of the present year county or counties in which such lands may Section 47. The Supreme court of tne State .
1 I lie and the amount so levied by the board of shall have appellate jurisdiction in all cases
has been awarded the r contract, at his' president and George L. Bra n1Iig'sec- of $1,329.85. Reports from municipal drainage commissioners in such manner and at law and in equity originating in the court i

price of 1,350, for the removal of the retary of the com'pany.- Incorporation departments indicate similar increasesin form as may be prescribed by the board of of record and ID cases of conviction of felony
drainage commissioners from time to time, in the court of record. The circuit court of
collapsed steel bridge over the New papers :will ,be applied for at once. all lines of business.-Tampa which amounts shall be collected by the various Escambia county,shall have final appellate ,

River at Fort Lauderdale: The first carload of Florida orangesof Times. tax collectors of the counties wherein jurisdiction of misdemeanors tried in the
such levies have been made as other taxes court of record. All appeals, or writs of erroi-
Polk County's Commissioners have this season was shipped Wednes- Pain from a Burn Promptly Relieved by are collected in accordance with law,and pay prosecuted from the court of record. whether
for a Chamberlain' Pain BalmA over said amounts collected to the board of the Supreme Court or Circuit Court, shali 1'4'to
of
voted an appropriation $1,500 day from Tampa. This is three days
a little child of Michael Strauss of drainage commissioners, said commissioners be prosecuted in the same way and according I..
' r county exhibit at the State Fair, and earlier than. ever before in the history Vernon Conn. in shall have a lien superior to all other liens to the same rules as govern such proceedings.
I was recently grea.tpain I the taxable lands in such drainage from the Circuit Court to the
upon
has voted $300 for any Supreme (Court
Hernando County shipment'con U'
of the industry. The
from burn the hand and
a on as districts to be enforced by tax levy; for the Approved June 6, 1905.ARTICLE .
'an exhibit from that county.. sisted of 400 boxes. Mid applications only increased the in- I coot of any work done under the provisions XXXII. fA J;:

flammation Mr. Strauss came to Mr. hereof or done prior to the adoption of this .
The Odd' Fellows and Knights of St. Petersburg's new 1,000'post.- James N. Nichols, a local merchant, for amendment, under the provisions of an act of X That\'II of the the following amendment to. Article d"

a Pythias of DeLand bave united their office equipment will when completed, something to stop the pain. Mr. the Legislature passed in 1905. florida be, and Constitution the same is of hereby the agreed State to oi". ,
Section 34. That the board of drainage ,
efforts in the purchase of a large James N. Nichols savs: "I advised him and shall be submitted to the electors t
of
be one of the best and most modernin commissioners be and it is authorized to exercise the .
block which is to be converted into a Florida. According to the St. Pe- to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and the the right of eminent domain in the condemnation State fication at the general election in IflOtf for ratio .'i1
first application drew out the inflammation or rejection:
of land for the location of its canals (4
'. ,; splendid new fraternity home. tersburg Independent, the new equipment and gave immediate relief I have :drains. levees, dikes and reservoirs for Section 1. Either branch of the Legislature. w J

W. T. Simmons a veil,known Re- will be an exact duplicate, excepting used this liniment myself and recom- the purposes aforesaid and may enter upon, amendments at a regular session thereof may proponti Jt
to this
I ment it very often for cuts; burns, strains take and use such land as it may, pending Constitution, and if tht, \i,
: publican of Jacksonville, has,been put that it will be considerably and lame back, and have never knownit condemnation proceedings, deem necessary same members be agreed elected to to by each three-fifths of all the .,

in the field by the Jacksonville labor larger, of the postoffice fixtures in the to disappoint. For sale by all drug for such purposes and in ascertaining the amendments shall be entered house;such proposed their '; ,
compensation to be paid for such land or right upon respective -
R. Fleming Bowdenfor United States Government building at gists and medicine dealers. Journals with the and audI
unions to oppose of way, benefits to be derived from such yeas nays ,
E shall be
County. the Louisiana Purchase Exposition at drainage shall be considered by the jury. published in one newspaper in eater ,
Sheriff of Duval : Died From Rattlesnake Bite Section 35. The Legislature may providefor county, where a newspaper; is published, fol''t

T. J. Appleyard editor of the Lake St. Louis in 1904 and in the Govern- Information was brought to Tampa the assessment of benefits derived by lands one general month election immediately! preceding the next \ oj
Ore. by of such and the collection of Representatives, at which.
ment building at the Portland reason drainage
City Index has been made associate from Largo Sunday: that E. L. White- thereof; the proceeds therefrom shall be paidto election the same shall be submitted to th&t;'".
Journal exposition of last year. the board of be electors of the State for approval or .
Cotton commissioners
drainage to
the Southern
editor ,of hurst, one of the best known young If[ a majority of t the electors voting

of ,,Atlanta. Ga., and will have Robert L. Bowles, ... young man in men of the west coast, had died from used Approved by them May for 2i such, 100 drainage;;. purposes. the amendments at such election shall adopt upon I.,

Island "epartment the employ of the Western Union the amendments the same shall become a part
Sea
charge of the the effects of a rattlesnake bite. Young the Constitution. The
ARTICLE proposed'amendments
XXIX.
i'of
of that journal. Telegraph Company at Jacksonville, Whitehurst who was engaged in the shall be so submitted as to enable thfc
killed afternoon at the That Section nine (9) of Article five (5)) of electors to vote on each amendment
Monday separate
About 200 men are now employed was naval stores business, was driving the Constitution of the State of Florida be lyAll amendments adopted at the electionat .i
corner of Bay Street and Myrtle Avenue and the is hereby amended so as to readas which
same
: grading for, the extension of the through the woods near Largo and this is submitted or heretofore I '
in contact with a live follows, viz: adopted by the electors are hereby declared .
coming
Gainesville & Gulf Railroad to Tam- by alighted to look at some timber, when "Section 9. The salary of each Justice of part of the Constitution from the date of the )

pa. It is rumored that this road will electric wire. He was engaged in the snake bit him. Immediately returning the Supreme Court shall be four thousand adoption of the same.
(14,000) dollars a year. The salary of each Approved June
telegraph wire for the 6, 1903.
hauling on a
be known as the Jacksonville & Tam- to the buggy he directed a Circuit Judge shall be three thousand five The votes cast in compliance ith said proposed j

s road when completed. purpose of tightening it, when the little girl relative who had accom- hundred ($3.500)) dollars a year." amendments, and the canvass, declarations -
pa with electric That the foregoing amendment to Section and :returns thereof shall be
wire became crossed an subjected
Shipments of fish on ice from this panied him in the buggy, to drive 9 of Article V of the Constitution is hereby to the same regulations and restrictions as:arcs

: for the week ending Tuesday light wire. Bowles received the en- home as rapidly as possible, as he was agreed to and the same shall be submitted to provided by law for general elections in tht tl
port his and fell the electors of the State for approval or rejection state of Florida.
through body
tire voltage
night amounted'to sixteen carloads in : becoming faint from the rattler's bite. at the next general election of representatives IX TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have here- .I I

bulk and 125 barrels, aggregating 409- to the ground, dying Instantly. He fainted soon after the buggy was as required by Section 1, Article unto set my hand and attired the- iI
: XVII of the Constitution. [L. S.] Great Seal of the State of Florida, at i
= F 000 pounds. This was above the aver- Three manatees, or sea cows two started on its homeward trip and Approved May 31, l00. Tallahassee, the Capital. this first 4

age.-Punta Gorda Herald. large ones and a baby, furnished con- though the little girl drove home as ARTICLE XXX. day of August A. I)., 19 <}. '#,
; ,
H. CLAY CRAM
Inspector Frank Voges, of the Post- siderable interest by their antics and fast as she could, the house was That the following amendment to ArticleV Secretary of FCRU butt-, 1f

# drowned Sunday capers in the water at the mouth of reached too late to save the unfor- of the Constitution of the State of Florida, To J. P. BROWN, Sheriff Brevard County. .
office Department was relative to the Judiciary Department, to be TUusville, Fla. Aug.. 3m
morning at Bayou Grand five the Miami River yesterday afternoon. tunate young man, who succumbed to numbered Section 39 of said Article V. be and --. -- --- }i

while wading They played around within twenty feet the poison of the sna e's bite in a few the same is hereby agreed to and shall be '"
-v miles from Pensacola submitted to the electors of the State at the BOBBINSGRAHAM
man's of the dock, and their whole outline hours. The deceased young man wasa
the bayou for crabs. The dead general election to I lie held on the first Tuesday -

Okla. was clearly visible., It is not Infre- member of one of the prominent after the fist Monday in Xo\"ember.\, t
home was in Shawnee I). UK*}, A'r ratification or rejection to-wit: & :
explosion of a quantity of gasoline quent that manatees are seen in the families of the west coast, and he Section 3'!). The annual salary of the

: The river, but not often they come so closeto had numerous friends all over the judges of each of the Criminal Courts of R..c.ord CO., i
in the shops of the Atlantic Coast 'urw, or hereafter to be, established shall
the dock and make such a displayof western section of the State. ([ Paid
at Lakeland last Wednesday lie paid q-urterly by the county here such Incorporated up Capital $25.000.CO.. .. #;';
Line themselves.-Miami Metropolis. court ii established and shall be as follows This company nuns! lands '
caused the death of a call boy Julius There is more catarrh in this section of the In counties of leas than fifteen thousand pop in the Indian Hirer Country .

Holmes of Tampa and the serious Shipments of cigars from Tampa for country than all other diseases put together ulation, one thousand dollars; in counties of ,on the H. Lncie River ,
and until the last few years was supposed to from fifteen *.ndtotwenty-fivethouaurl l -'fJ.
at New River and Bib-
on .
1
of two negroes. the week ending September were
and perhaps fatal injury be incurable. For a great many years doctors population fifteen hundred dollars: ic coun- .
5,655,000. Previously reported shio- pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed ties of from twenty-fix thousand to thirty- cayne Bay. a
I local remedies, and by constantly failing to five thousand population. two thousand dollars : PRICES TO SUIT THE TfIE .
Victor Walker. son of a leading meats for this year were 164,180,000. cure with local treatment, pronounced it in- : aud in counties of more than thirty-five Send for land list. .t

l'- stationer of Pensa Total shipments from January 1 to curable. Science has proven catarrh to be a 'thousand population twenty-five hundred OFFICES .
book seller and constitutional disease, and therefore requires dollars hereby regaling any and all partor tt4
cola is under arrest on the charge of September 1 were 169,835,000. Ship- constitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure parts of the said Constitution in conflict TITCSVILLE AND_MIAMI. __

succeeded in getting ments for the same period of last year manufactured by F. J. Cheney Co., Toledo, herewith. t
forgery. He in Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the .' Approved June 6,1905.ARTICLE ENNIS & FORT II tit
checks for large amounts made out in were 140625000. The Increase market. It is taken internally in doses from 'I. XXXI. L
oo "' '''''''"
the forged sig- shipments for this year up to September 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on 'i'i'
his favor and bearing the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. That the following amendments to ArticleV and
nature of his father, cashed In some 1, was 29,210,000 cigars. In They offer one hundred dollars for any case of the Constitution of the State of Florida, BlaclsmitliiDg Repair SortT1TUSVILLE. !

I August ten years ago, Tampa shipped it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testi relative to the Judiciary Department, to be cr gca s s,tooocaooooa
of the city stores. the entire month. monials. Address F.J. CHENEY &CO., numbered Sections 40, 41, 42. 43, 44,45, Wand : .
The assessment rolls for Dade,County 600,000 cigars during -Sold by druggists, 75c. Toledo, 0. 47, of said Article V, be and the same are 1 FLA.
increased Nearly 6,000,000 were shipped last Hall's Family Pills are the best hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to tr
for the year 1906 show an alone. the electors of the State at the general elec- ..I Wagons made and repaired. Hone Shoeing
} valuation or assessment over last year week O.a.&TORXA. tion to be held on the first Tuesday after the a specialty. Work from any part of Indian

over the "Dania, on the Florida East Coast; __.. JUways togK first Monday in November A. D., 1906, for River or anywhere in the county will receive a "
of $160,000, and $1,663,396 ratification or rejection, to-v: t: oar careful attention. We stand the freight
: .1804. The items for the year are Its Resources, Location and Possibilities Q.'l Section 40. There shall be established in one way and guarantee to five yon satuSction. -

year estate $531,902 per- ," is. the title of a neat 22-page the county of Escambia, whenever the voters Send US your work.Ji t;
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:-i. ;...:. : : :t '- "'_",,-.c.!: ., :root, instance by page Rice's. Addition toTitus \if :
"'r'", > '"A.>7?!. ,..,,;, _""',..-'), <......j;"'...'... ,_--_J"4'"....\.,. 'IS -"".f.. 1"g" .._...' > STATXS DupxaaATOsr a stand : : f 'ViIle F.________..:..._...._._. 33 21 33 e,1 n..> '""
". "7 i:<"" "': 4' -)" .f; 'It. authority to Impart tone and In- Unknown_..-::;.---....,,N: t of.Block 1, Titus' Addition toTrtosvU1e..a. 1'ii'., :
-:"it.r-I: t..M.vJill" po"er'he heart's action. ..;...-----.---...- M n 85" 1& .* ..;'
:.-<:-- .-_*:,:**..;,:.",!, -'"''"'',-''''. -i1!> ''.', : ,.... .. ,. ..'. .. _.., 'lOUS Golden other Seal leading as an'unsurpassed authorities rep-. UpkDOYU----__.,..,.;"Lots 8 A.S of block;.4. Titua" Addi $ '
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-t.,; d 3icJ.J ".", ':."....." ,....,_.... .._.1 '. ";'........ >OI8d of that muscular it must be tissue greatly it naturally strength ku wn....__.______ Part Lots a 9, tt 10.: Block "F." Del ;
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..\ .t.|t || j5it., 1 1&iirtviii: : : i Golden the Medical most important Discovery ingredient far B ,"BB" page 431-----------...._ S 2StS5 '. );:1 llS [" -
.:.; .: >S '5Ji 4t jit"*_- l f *'S*!5? -* Its marvelous cures of valvular and J. A. ColemanN.100 feet Lot 1. Block G----------. 323'M 2 66 ,\ ";j
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physicians'knew of no remedy Dora Tucker_.......... Lot 5 r.BIoeIt E,. Fiiher's Addition Co"' 1
opposite Criafleld, M Ltr for, c m-.. tin removal of so distressing and so dan to Titusville:.._____._.._..._._.., S2 3i! 183 .b
Inally) aasaultiug .two' white women lOU a malady. With them it was all F.-Moore .......-.----- S. I of Lot 12. Joynerville Addition .t._ '
.,ana It fearfully warned the to Titusvdle._...... __:___.-..__ 322 85 183 '', -j
V near I9npetou,:,Somerset county i Md. that unauestkmably death was near affords at hand.relief Col-In F. Moore .--_____._____. N. i Lot 16 A an lot 17, Joynerville 1:1 1Addition
t The deUftla of the crime;''aa told '.byvictims cases, and In most Instances effects a to Titusville.---- 2J! 85 S 63 ;
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"' ( t 'the aile! cpdfessed to bjLee; Stone J'OOIs also recommended by Drs. nerville Addition to Titusville_... 322M '\;t IrJ 1
r f .on the day,of hi*; arrest, d'tIIe'negro and Ellingwood, of Chicago for Anna Erving----------- Lot Ii (sab-div. Lot ,36) lofDerville ,.cor _
.. and other diseases of the heart. to TitusV11le._______ 3 2l 85 if CI3;;:: i-iAddition
_ yg: as"a fiend, and the wide publicity latter says: ?It is a heart tonic of E. G. Harns.___....... Blocks 33, 35.36 (except 8. 100 ft .
given( to the case so eoragd the populace and permanent influence. Block 36) Del D. B. "0" page 228
{ .,' Golden Medical Discovery,* not'oo1r less E. 11,acres to B. R., Plat Book "
'of Somerset :countJ'that the au- serious heart affections but Is a I page 505______..._._...__...___ 422 35 46J .
} j- tjiohtiea conceded, the impossibility of efficient general tonic and invigor- E. G. Harris--- S. pan of Gov. Lot 1, Dee. D. B. "O" 1 :
n$ i >. a public :execution without mod strengthening the stomach, invig page 288_____._.____________.._.. 4 22 35 2 Be :
a fence- and probable bloodshed. curing the liver catarrhal, regulating affections the bowels in all I J. N.-W ALLER, Marshal and Tax Colledor. I- 3' : ;

;- To prevent:the apparently, ineyltable. of the system.Dr. I T'ItUSV1 tit Florida, August 31st. 1006. -. '

burning at the stake of the prisoner Pierce's Pellets cure Constipation. 4
r4 by gangs which had teen 'organized

js throughout the section, the negro was:
under Governor Warfield'a order secretly Suaptrloua. WINCHEJTE '
t -, 'turned over to Sheriff Brown of "Mother," says the doubting wife, S .# ;

.- Somerset county and'taken'aboard the : do not, bel 've Henry is all that he i
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::1 state steamer McLane at.niffbt be. .
1J. y Tire carriage in which the officers and "What is wrong with him now,'

t Lee rode from the, jail to the wharf e. es? A short time ago you were "NUBLACK"Loaded

was In fact a tumbrel carrying the that he stayed out too late

criminal to his death; but the place of nights. Is he staying out later than

k'"' the. execution and....Its time 'were, not r?" Black Powder Shells
; divulged until this steamer'was under "No. He spends every evening at

:f way on the bay whet the death'warrant now, and really that looks to me
J
t): was read. .' though he had something on his con Shoot Strong and Evenly, .

1 'y '' A portable ecaffold.was. carried ." Are Sure Fire J t
a aboard the steamer to the gene of the $
f A Double COllie Do,... v 1
hanging, To erect it after anchor bad J ;; Stand Reloading 1i

: : '" been dropped required some. .time and } i
i : the work was done In full'view of the ttt
{ Y boat 'Callous to his fate as the negro d.M 4 '/ They Always Get The GAme. 1

boy-had seemed, ,the building of the I

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Tramp-Pity a 'poor man. miss 'oo
once 'igh hup in the world but 'as Direct Connections for

brought down to where I
are now.

"Go away. I'm in the same position Washington New York and Boston. '
I was at the top of the house ,

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A Distinction. Through tickets on sale at principal points.

"Why do you Insist on annoying the Accommodations and cuisine unsurpassed

instead of playing in your
yard?" asked the irritable man. SEND FOR BOOKLET.
I--- t. THB BuoiDnra or TOTJCAWOLD TOLD
AR 01 BIS KZBVX8. "Because," answered the precocious
L --S h "when mother tells on us, H. C. AVERY, Com'l Agent, Jacksonville.
.: scaffold told on his nerves, ,and he '
pi broke down and wept aa be had to sit likely to punish us, but when J. WHITNEY, 2d T. P. &: T.M., Y. P. TUEXEB, P. T. &,
neighbors tell on us he just says,
q by and watch his executioners carry will be boysWashington GENERAL OFFICES, BiLTQIOHE, HD.SBAB .
- q' the paraphernalia of death-the rope. .
." I' hangman's cap, shroud and coffin-

;1 s over the quarter of a mile course from KUled la Fight Over a Dog.

the steamer to the island. Perry, a negro, shot and killed DARD
g r Careful as the officers were to hurry Perry white, at Raynor. in <

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through the preliminaries and relieve county. N. C. The homicide

a t the situation as much as possible of the result of a dispute over posses- .
the element of torture, tt was found of a dog. AIRLINE RAIL A Y.
that the shroud straps had been .left
: behind, and the negro seated 100 feet FACT -FOR-

'I from the gallows, bad to wait until'another -

r" a ,bring trip them was ashore.made to. ..the McLane to THE "BLUES"What Savannah, Columbia Southern Pines

Is known a* the "Blue <
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confessed contest f' 10 13pm 30pm .. ____... Port Orange _.__ .. 3 8.'ipma 3 am
comptroller controller, 4mamma :t. mama ;- t ... wrapped WTapt 10 85pm 200pm Ar.__._._.._.:..?.-New Smyrna. ._...__....... 15pm 4 Lam

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coquette manoeuvre ; :..mapeuver'materialise 11 28amI55pm Af ___....... Grange City__:_?__.. "'VII. 50pm 59pm '
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'decalogne': "41e aJor' ':, : t11 "*"1.1.'f'.. ? y n 'i spelling reform, says a Chicago dis- S35tm840am 641pm __.:__._...... Eden ._._.__._ 10 liam: 1 11 lpm
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A, 1natur 440am 7 40pm ____.West Jnplter ____ '; 9 item 10 O:'pia. '
n3';= demeanour '.demeanor Use. 'naturalize spelling! reform will be of far greater SISam 8 15pm __...?_,..We$ Palm Beach _____" 845am820am 930pm.9Clpn "
# f deposit, ne1gbbo ''neigboor, 643am 41pm. It ______ Boynton ?.?.:.??..._ ,
de1o8lte I benefit than his work in bringing SEHam: 850pm940pm .. .....__.__._ lIeJray .._ y 812am 8 50pntt ;
2 depressed deprestdevelop nitre niter and Russia 64Hem ___ Fort Lauderdale 7 :/lam 7 M'pcr. .
derelopedlaerefils nipt about peace between Japan' 6 57am 9 47pm .. ____._.__llanl&____....;." 7 19am 750pm. ,
,' .I F d! 4oChlr ," exclaimed Mr. Healy; "and it certainly 7 Warn 958pm/ ____ilafan4ale._____..._ 7 Warn 7 S9 Il. {
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odour odor "The persons who will benefit by the 800am __ Lvj__.__._.._.._Mlam.Homestead____. :.u __._ 3 OC'(>Dl..
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"Eolian: posseueclpo< sut "Carnegie, by his work on the simplified from the several stations but their arrival or det rrture at the times stated iinotgunriu.'aefi ; 9
': practice .practise not Is this Company to be held responsible for any delay*or any consequences arising tU-rtfrOIB: .
aeon eon spelling board, has done more 4

Y # .epaulette ,epanitt.| prefixed ;-,. ,, prefixt for the Americana than" he bas accomplished For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information' ,
praenomen4
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NecI1 presttpretence' 'fSEE THE TICKET AGENT.
era, era ,r :; ,. country. He hastwisted the general
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aesthetic, :esthetic, preterit Cti:,t' with limited. educations to read."
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r l .. .* .' primaeral, primeval For liver Sixty '1'.;'.

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:"" >.Io' eh0"isIn'Newsi 'MI's'Ima 'Geiger left for Ft.Pierce v. COBiESPONDENTSrEmpire 4 ;

tL 1> "" "' .. S. 1'mi. a"'ti;' -i.t' 'f'; a.broke.... 'two of law where'sbefwUI- teach' school National- Bank Trust of Company;Jacksonville'Y.;,Jacksonville Florida. -' .
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: business.; trd will': be'\\Q:b; 8hili.b In i few!days. ;',V-<,, ":The;truck: growers.are'very, busy pre.. Fla.TITUSVILLE, FLQRlDA. ,' ".' 'j; .

_ W.hiie. bsdta rejlt rood:showerY >sNir .waa Reived the 'other day that .paring their land for a large crop of beans i '

r P t aad.we; 'them a few more D. -Go1' .,.._. "'",-..Mtyhan*. ._. :-and
be"appr&dirte$. pCooiKf.1\Ue \be married.soon: '.Some. 'one is. l looking_ lonely. ,as the E. E. BEADY & BEO., .,

V IS.iwf; ; IalloL Ti u .. ir3IfrtTtOebJBWr 1KaTbii{R spent:'aet. 9 wittier; at..thisp'1ad pretty J: sail boat does not come over now,' '
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> again;eome time, bye and bye.
;' W*handle produce of all kinds. We an agents for Mapei'Fe/taisai. .W.-cIW..e1'I f ''
;kr; Herbert Manisa card home I in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write H fer piesGrain

$ r s dish Cath'riDey lame pseae t6i Monday, :Dilbbd't.. ,' ..ratn.saying. bis lU.BOI1BNB. -and.all Groceries, delivered at your station. E.L.BRADY & BBOnTrrcsmix. .... Eu.Stapleand -:; ..tr
ii F { here pii hef ay:to"" 1erAome iiiCosenayfrom ; Uttk' son win notezpe ?:.tO'i'e: Helei Mayor ':W.;J Metcalf,. of West Palm --""" a. -

arSeit t lJorgl** oatbi rijtr ia-,for; Vtro6ltaGa. i Beach, wise. visitor here Wednesday' s. J. NoRT<>l : )

rt f 'rc5 Mrs: Jamew3 ;at,'bonze tt'totiet where S Mre: Giddeo "-$nd two::children i looking' after his Melbourne property. \

r end Mrs:. hue been all I tt isMminer.31ra.Gidd. ris i Mrs:."Wallace Harp and baby arrived Hay Grain, Fruit as4 .- ; --1
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? 1I1alfrmueGL'ft WaleQ.., setiOmlriUs l ; I home Monday, much .to the delight of Fan'cy Groceries Produeeof all '< _:', .,
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t.arouses energy; develops..andstimgl I VEGETABLES SPECIALTY
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} ate' books. ;; be "Isisaervonsk ,'Ironsea the courage: of pending! the.summer north. ;!'

w= ;+sesdy'for orsw'et'v ; foathtn makee jop Toungagaln..ThM'q r The Melbourne public school will open .T1tusv111e.. I I plor1d.a. '-, *

4 ; jf_ TratW b store la nowrsceivfng* i$ ... }JoU.Moon&aulr.. on .Monday, the 24th .inst., Professor _. ;> "" 4
.Jn crate Tea o.Tab1etL' Aik
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's Cap4 ; f 'fladatceatXmas- teacher.: 'i
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?ssi said ? Mrs. C. Horton has been entertaining .
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r = 7 fwere'visitorsin' town 8atnrdij"; lain 'De\' s'Meredith'jBurna,celebrated-
MrWmI1 his first birthday Sunday jest: Master Howard .Horton, of Ft. Pierce, ''. .
titoeri
> ; 4 iwn 60 days. Costs a little more than'o 'er cement ;o ,
tin shop andViller i' evr budding ::'Gnatis:are'plentiful f and jelly'making lately These young people love to comeback .

v wb;be used as:a bak ry and ice cream b the order of the, :dRy:\ to Melbourne to.visit friends., but is better.EASTCOAST *.

parlor. ;;Miss. Edith.. Burns was. 'the,guest. of,Mrs.T :: Quite number of Eau Gallieites were LUMBER. & SUPPLY CO., .
4 ;.Clifford Kogero, 'ofarAofa Un ; was, ,$.'Knight Sunday, last. .. at the'-justice court: in Melbourne last ,
Dealers in Lumber Material.
and Builders'
in town Monday. He bhewivllaidn1 i .)-lra., T...J,, Thompson- 'and" two little Wednesday, Called here to answer for ,

5 1 14TenceAbcey;ofatjrNnt liorsevers !daughters-were visitors at the light. house some,disturbance caused in Eau Gallie Eau Gallie, Florida.

sfday'. .? Y on'Somtay1a8t., V' ;Tuesday night. We.are. glad Melbourne

del 'c Two of the LgBoehe boye'of fbartardryl Mrs.*, G. M. :.Quarterman -.spent last has no"saloons." 1-.

*. are boarding with Mrs. M. McLeod, taking week at. Artesia with her, daughter, Mrs. I Mr. E. P. Branch, has been enjoyingtwo PAINTING

: advantage;Ibf our ezceUeojt. school W' E.. Chandler. .. weeks' vacation_visiting Pablo Beach i

4 and Jacksonville, combining business
ppprtunitiea.Mr .
Mrs. W. K Chandler, of Artesia, spent '
and Mrs O, 8. Hardee and dangh- with, pleasure. Mr. John. ROt1es and Paper Hanging, Kalsomining, Tarnishing StainIng Finishing,
and with her
pan'of Sunday
Saturday
-; Yen, Mina Both, Maude and Grace, parents at Oakland grove.Mr Master Otis Jones' have taken good care Sign Painting* of all Kinds, Etc. .

1 y arrived home on Tuesday after summer of his business while he hat been away. Old Furniture made to look like new. Mirrors made and Re ilvered. Reasonable Bate :
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C. P. Honeywell: keeper of Cape
} ing in the northwestern stares.A .; Mr. E. Root was pleased to welcomehis .
Canaveral" light bouse was a visitor at nephew, Mr., Lyle Whitney from VT3CT... Er..naEn:
; s '- Rev 8.,w. Lawler presiding elder ofthe the river the first of the week.;: Cincinnati Ohio, who arrived lately

} ,A East Coast. dlst-ict, and Ret. Allen; Mrs., Florence Praetorian spent fast accompanied by a young friend. We are Location: Scrim eoor Building on Washington Aeenue, next door north cf Losky/a.

r pastor, held services in the 'Methodist pleased to see these young gentlemen Tituletville, Florida
afternoon with her sister Mrs.
t*'. 'church Sunday to I good congregation. Sunday and hope they may be able to remain
1 3 : >J 0.'P. Honey weD., at.the light bouse. here for some time.
Mr. Artbiar.pham:: will pot in a '
Mr. William Peterson, while rowing
'a tock of groeeriM in the building opposite A Lively Tuttte
"from Victor Eta and'
p .,$ ; the bank aDd .lii have 'the "Peoples'Grocery" borne Canaveral 'poeti>ftice in his with that old enemy of the race, constipation Talkojliie
canoe but Saturday, was turned over by often ends in appendicitis. To
ready for business about Oct. 1.
\;: a !large fish striking the boat. avoid all serious trouble with stomach Talking HacMoes Supplies aid -
2 The Ooooa High 'School ia enrolling liver and bowels take Dr. King's New
y Y -W vehoUra daily. Trie .school is in good Mr. G,. ,M. Qoarterman accompaniedhis Life Pills. They perfectly regulate these Records sold bj the
brother, Mr. Oscar F. Qnartennan, organs, without pain or discomfort. 25c
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order. Cocoa is fortunate inn
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engineer on the fish launch Adrian, tq at Red Cross Pharmacy. '
= having ,such of teach :
I.CO J'petent'force INDIAN RIVER MUSIC
Eau Gallie last Sunday morning. ROUSE
en.'k o1a. TORSA.
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pony BwrttWut Atop Bought .
died
% ; Prof. B. 'Koerger, of Indianola rb TITUSY1LLE FLORIDA
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L. Jeffords of Canaveral, became
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frightened at some unknown object in it
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He was .well known ,on the river as he
: the*county road one day last week and :
fUrnished music for ball and
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3 1 went home at a goodly pace leaving his B. OTLOw r
k*;* party
rider, Miss Pauline Jeffords, to get home ,
Mrs. H. Wyatt,'on and daughter, of the best way she could. i

F/ # the West Coast,ud... Mrs.' L. M. Roberts, 1

y ; '. daughter and eon; of Jacksonville are Stomach The laxative and Liver effect Tablets of Chamberlain's is so agreeableand The 6eo. H. Fernald Hardware Co. !

;TM: j : visiting their mother, Mrs Johnson, and so natural you can hardly realize .....

. ; other relatives in town. that it is produced by a medicine. These t
Mr. and Mrs. EL P.:Poreher: and daugh tablets also cure indigestion. For sale by j
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all druggists and medicine dealers.- MACHINE SHOPS-
r ;;y : ., 'bra arrived home last Saturday. Arthur N i .
will& continue his studies at the Univertaity CAD OALLIK.

'of Sewaitnee. Tenn., where he has Showers and squalls during the past

fceen all summer'. ,The Porcher family week. i Plumbing and Metal Work J JBUILDERS'

: : Brave summered in Jacksonville and the Mrs. A. H. Adams and family left.for I
mountains of the Carolinas. MINa
Miami '
f1 1 '. on Monday.
wF HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
'$ HTDIA1IOLA Capt. Bennett has repaired his landingand ,

"' ,i ; '.' \\r1Sil Jessie Sanders returned home is now ready for the whiter biz r/rtfn ..

Saturday after an enjoyable visit with I Guavas are still being made up into Agricultural Implements
Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers,
friends at Seabreeze. jelly by our housekeepers. The coup is
Ales, Stout, Etc.
t_ if- .. We had a fine rain Sunday morning a nearly over for this season. TITUSVILLE and COCOA FLORIDA :E SANFORD FLORIDA
$: little more wanted as the orange trees G.. F, Paddison will have the motor _
1 ,8end orders
'H. are needing, it badfj..' launch, Baby Bullet, ready for the trial me your I
trip this week. This is the fastest vesselin '1
Mr. G. L.. Wallace has 'completed an c

: addition 'of 600 feet to Mr. J. A. Carter3 f.au Gallie' fleet. \S _

tock, adding to the I list :o( long docks Redstone & Son sailed for Hardeevilieon -- -

; "which| visitors 'tbio.Indiao'Oi.. .,famous Wednesday .where they have a con -
1 for. tract to fill. Redstone & Son took their .

After an ,illness of four weeks Mr. B. launch and houseboat ,to carry the out IFSCHOOL

Koerger died on Saturday evening, the fit necessary. BOOKS -
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afternoon in Indianola cemetery. Ills on Saturday. night. lasts The remains I and SUPPLIES

= : friends and neighbors brought many floral were interred'in E ao% Gallie cemeteryon I .

f : s 6riaII. tDowiDlb.fond{ for low. Monday after: holding an inquest. 1 of all Kinds. r
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..n.Hn:mafic touch eeemed to help The jury rendered a verdict that be was

: g ardeoto .blooatvelU .*r, Koerger was found drownd.J. WHOLESALE
\ AND RETAIL
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......IIII I .aoy y a and spend .Ibecoawig ,winter "' Baa Gallia t 1 .

5, 1. =..W. '- w--ftII.ih.. __;ip,'and.dowaladkn. Mr. :Cart!'a iamUy epenf la* winter FIRE INSURANCE
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