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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: October 12, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00386
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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.... .-.. <' Jam ri ;'r'ilet vED WIN: CL4PP Wilson dose Registrar W. S. Norwood must :
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:;:jJ'.. i J t di4 1 i ModcHouaSreaeired ;.$AWElI'HATS. .' Penney A::>Branning ,_have,the largest shown his and for their down cement on -the side' walk in- frontof r
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:;( tlhiwiY. :. : <<.biN be.petitbteid 'INTERNATIONAL*8HIBTS.- ;' in TitoaviUe. They. ,guarantee' every pair. pared, the great rush to register having Miss Maggie Collins.. returned<, yesterday,. .;;, .

,: C->.'''''"'"...- : ."' -. '-1:'<'-5,rb.t1.er. i' .{, 1.--: .:.'. "R&W.OOLLABS."'"' : i A card received.from Doctor Houghton occurred just previous to the primary last from a visit of a couple ,of :daft. with .> "t.:;
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''' ;Z.''' "': '" says that he will'm to Florida soon,
,",,,,,.- ,, :,,,, ---pl..sn4.fancy pus DIBS,; .., friends be spring, the lists'of voters who got in line
... '' 'M '''-'; "<- Sanford-Fla and of oonrseal his will gladto that time ,.been Hon. Gardner S. Hardee, of Rockledge, ;;
1i *tiIt from ,, daily, Men and )011(1&! will pay yoa to visit at having... already pre { .
f.>' ,;::"" ''i'+'-< ?>'''''' :t.b'" ''''.'"''''';'W:.t.'i -.C''''Otoniin._ oar tore,1 for we can please you.- see him., paw, and Mr L. S. Andrews of Cocoa were :.'
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v.' .i!&"' i .;"'B4'' LPylu::' ,"_trateling_ < sodztor if. for &#. PENNEY &:BRANNING,, Mrs. Marshal, of KalamaxooJ:; Fla., was Under the law the county commissioners in town Monday afternoon. /
< *:Fine Shoes Hats Men's and t'"
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?y. .1'JO'--1'&i1wI1; ; wu Titosville Boyer Furniehings; Ttt mlle; Ffa.TRACK iii town Wednesday, the guest' of Mrs. C. meet,for the transaction of all election The sewer. pipe for draining the court .
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A: : .- Collins, and _.ttended. the dance given by. matters, on the first Wednesday after the house pond has arrived and haa been

.; the Titnsviile Social dub. Saturday on which the books close. This hauled to Pine street in readiness for the 'II; IJ
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'".. Jt- : GRADING COMPLETE Miss Carrie Mendel is teaching in the will throw this meeting for Wednesday, work. '::,
"'"''';'.ewe, of Fort Pierce epee t a part of Sunky '>; ,..:.. .
$ /< to'town wkh'.bis brother,'Mr.'JI r1 : ...... :.... I public, school this week:;on account of October 17th. }fro and Mrs. H. C. Budge returned to -

<:t"'V'- ;.. Swu1".. ',, -M'' '<"- '" ". *,"-- .-.'*,."." Hull _kitt iii l ilfStatipiitbiY the illness of Mtas- .,.Helen. Miller who At this meeting the commissioners will Miami ,Tuesday morning from Asheville f.--,
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@ f" "Z-t l'jBa1l'ui, : little daughter, ,Hit Fed Days .went_to Melbourne Sunday Afternoon.Perhaps be furnished with the list of registeredand and other points, where they spent'a :
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'' ; ietnrnid Braideni need bracer qualified voters, and will at once be. month.---
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The the track
the work of and
"" tiitbef Ii that will life and ambU gin examining, revisingthe
: 'u .1fDJln.BaJ1': tilMnvery, give you energy, Mrs. F. T. Budge went to Jacksonville'
fstr% **, j--- f East Coast railway: extension lists. Three them in '
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& *-. !r ,f the keys will be commenced this week which to this work which s..'f
)l ;:iIr.ir-:C.' 'Branning 'returned home :whiskey: Sold. by.R, L. Mollow and F. complete consists sister, Mrs. T. B. Walker while Mr.
r' practically all of the other work, including of striking from the list the names
., 'from:ilforth:: Carolina last Saturday:; :: after'ept'aod : A. Lesley. ;. Walker goes off for a vacation, ,
\ ,'" the4aying of ties, having been completed ** of all those who have died since registering .

:;, 4't-:: : i LMreRorrmetill" on all 1 of the keys except' PlantatioiKey'whero Capt. Ramsey started ,up work on and qualifying, the names of those Mr. Wright Carlton, of Fort} Pjew, < m

:1 4upio: ,tlioiMat, .. -,'.;.,.." ; there ia still tome.work moving the Robbing.cottage the first of having moved from the county, the names and Miss Annie Waters, of R4simmee'c"w
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Mr :Henrr'Wihc of Canaveral was the week and is making better headwayby were married at the latter place Thursday: '
b. 1J :$ : n, to be done. of ,those who have in anyway destroyed
ta town the fTof the week: This was having placed heavier timbers under of last week and left immediately for'
?( ,The track laying, says the Miami Metropolis their right to vote here in the coming
gut viiit Tituavillein I the building for the rollers l to roll on. Fort Pierce. .4' '
-lit Mrs. WiUon's- to a ,' wilf": commence'on Key Largo election, eta -

. :j f let\cf. ys ,:' ,, and continue;0
.-\i, "... *e;' r v.-ber* v; ,'w".el.. ....-....-.... -to .the... other The..rails are now arriving: : Va, expects to.spend the coming winter been striken .from the list must then be Mrs. Albine Brady returned
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.'..''''':.oJ.. ;-:,,.; ixdee i:''b H)-;lttt'\weel\'tnm\ ,;the.north: The.trestle.and 'pier building. .also In Titojville, and Mr.,and .Mrs. Prindles' published and a list posted at the courthouse Jacksonville Monday, her place being

: ; 54306 f:JM' |T4', |ajred;:and has sent: word that he progressing Dicel,.- At Long Key, where friends will give ,them > glad'welcome door. Any elector who finds his taken by Mrs., Harriet E. Young of

. ,:: P #: %!jiHllt. a 'hew in the_ .courwof a.few'days. i the work considered,the, .'most difficult. : on their arrival bere some. time the com- name on this I list may within ten days, Rockledge. .
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:: x-. ;! tr' fitaiuaadwifeandthek; < seventeen"concrete piers have. alreadybeea'biiUtwd tag moo'bolNovember. make formal protest to being striken Mr. S. E. Bailey, one of the express

.=.', fr eWri""::Mr'M, .. n.1"'Iof: I Sanford: ; others are under'way.' A Dr.. J.:B. Screven, of)Miami' formerly and then, if he can show sufficient cause, messengers 'on the Jacksonville-Miami *

>3'J'i,:; = .')chine; arrived\at' Daytona :Beach: last total of aboat 350 piers ;will: be bailt at a' resident TStasv.ille, was attacked the commissioners must restore his name run, has been appointed to take charge

W !;:*wekrwhere they"nave*.'a.lovely winter .this place< Up to a'few,days ago the work with paralysis of his entire left side Monday to the list of qualified electors.FURNITURE of the express office at this place commencing

,; f/j f7 :;.;)oIDe.; t'l --.q wasi 1+ftsrde4 1)1 the aon-arrival.of certainmachlnerand He suffers no pain, but baa lost the next Monday, 'he-15th inat

; : Tbe:Bn i.r.111.1..e t eroUht tea- ,. ;supplies, hut these.*axe _,of his left;: arm and leg. It is hoped DRY GOODS, Mrs. F. Williams; of Jacksonville,

now the ground and the engineers the attack will be of short duration. ,
2rtqp :arrived.Wednesday and yesterday on expect NOTIONS, was a passenger on the southbound train

,;i'4': ,,-J'e .W\\h. stiff;:oortbweater., Thermometer to make: greater progress in. t (.fut The, first dance given by the Titusville EDISON and Sunday to Eden, where she will visit her a

&:i..%tl1-{ ,'on.dose to the fifty degree mark.-. ure. Material, ,, .' being rushed to the various Social;club was held at the opera house DRY BATTERIES, mother for a week or sowhile her father,

.. fiD .'y marD1DI.. .. o,Pamu rapidly as possible and Wednesday night and the affair was a HOUSE FURNISHING SHOES and GOODS. Mr. C. A. Robinson, u away up in Georgia -
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i ;;; thoroughly enjoyable one. Dancing was .
t,:.John Graham, of Miami, eon ofrptFW&terB..Graham Chas. A. Gardner, 'Phone 31.
m next six mgnths. More laborers are being very agreeable exercise on account of the
i t has .returned The Florida Fish & Produce company
in added rapidly and it is expected that several really cool temperature. The next dance Paint at $1.10 Gallon
.r. bamai aftra a$three montbi.tax Phila- : per closed their fih house at this place the =

J>' 1' delpbia;;,wbere .be recently 'underwenttirosoccessful ) thousand will be at work along themute will be on the 24th. i 100 Its Masury's Railroad White, $8.00 latter part of last week and left with .

lf.t: ) within the next month, or six B. 7J gallons raw linseed oil, 4.50
.''' op.tationsj Doctor R. Wilson was summoned their fleet of fish boats and launches this
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i4 *'-bfttii.Krolder whohaa CM,..01 The to Fort Pierce Monday. afternoon. to at- week for Ft. Pierce where they will be
!. .;;; ,.. ; Makes 11} gallons paint, $12.50
....., The h.bboI..U 'be'men continues ;
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(ifJ tend Mr. M. F. Goldsmith who had
the winter
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";1O&u.: ? will, soon open th large building < an And THE BEST paint, too! engaged during season.
r "' good and but very few are'leaYlnJCor contemplate attack of facial paralysis. The doctor saidit Guaranteed to cover as much, surface
' 341if:formerly;known at the Decker House as Notice of a civil service examinationto
; I leaving. They ve good food, attack similar that Mr. G. and wear as long as any paint, and to be
1 1.-- was an to
-'of' ,."; 'fI_.uv-uDl.UVUIIVt The( same is now,be WHITER. be held at Jacksonville, Fla., is posted .
comfortable and receive sufficient
quarters

-l'" ,,." ting'pituted-and renovated.kr. makethe hat when he lived in Titusville, and it EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co., at the poatoffice here. Applicants must
worth
# <\t". :.: ; -.Ed Moogitn and, family rented holding pay.on;to.to.Decline. ,; positions ''I is hoped it will be of short duration. Eau Game! Fla. file their papers by Oct.. 15th for this

p- > Fiichef ,Cottage'and moved into tame atfew Contractor Hall moved the Amos class, to be examined Nov. 21st. The

,_' .. ::days ago: They,have been living on in Price of Lumber Wilkes building due east last week to its Church NoticesSt. opportunities seem very flattering, as this

**. new location from the railroad Marks Episcopal church Cocoa, is the second examination in the last
Yh.Nelson 'about a mile oat of away
; property, Owing to accumulations! of stock at the '
< track. week he turned the Bethea morning and Sunday A successful candidate would .
: ;.lower foe the two ThiSj prayer sermon quarter.
;;tl.'t. past years. mills, there has been quite a decline in
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w house around so that it fronts north instead Oct. 12th, at 11 a. m. seem to stand an excellent chance of ap
), '. Mrs, ,; L. (l Branning entertained the the price of lumber, which decline has :
'R of west, and yesterday morning be W. H. Creaaon, layreader.At pointment.l
v CaHorlob molt pleaeiatly< TuesdayaAenMoa been pat into effect by the local yards. :
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: /',A good many were kept away started the work of moving the Gaulden the Methodist church, Titusville, I Mr. D. B Pritchard's new power boat

f ., ; } :": -:1}::oa';account .of the heavy r+ia', but those Letter to 1... Pritchard cottage back from the street, ready to be next Sunday, Oct. 14th, service will be was brought over to this place but week '

; ;. ;vrboireie fortunate enough to get thereenjoyed Titusville, Fla. repaired. held by the pastor both morning and eve- and trial 'rons made the latter part of

>! al afternoon. Three cars of a southbound freight yes ning at the usual hours for worship. Sun. the week and first of this week. The hull t-
.ftI'1.deliah
:1--- a. Dear Sir: No man is in a position to
terday the track about half school at 10 Preaching at built by Mr. H. Benecke and the
; influence with got across a a day a. m. was
, :' (litpta d Mia.P.: NeIloD"and Masters wen regard to their property
;:'. ',(krhAnd litUt Miss Ellen Nelson arrived more than yon in that little room I mile this side of Ballard's, near East Mims in the afternoon at 3:30'0'clock. motive power is a 16 h. p. Demooy. The ,

s r where they tell you their troubles Pity, : Mime, and delayed the passenger trains boat is about 25 feet long, six feet beam,

',. ... 'b 'fti\. Wednesday. afternoon and their if you don't know how to keep house several hours by causing them to loop Canal Work Progressing with a sort of a recess stern to secure a
tleaay Maids art glad! to tee them again. dry and sound, sort of structure
any ,
< ; around from New Smyrna via Orange Civil Engineer D. D. Rogers returned shallow draft The boat 'makes about
house warehouse
: store shop barn
Slice leaviog, here :'bia'.mmerMrs. factory
City Junction and Enterprise.: South of last week from the head of nine miles an hour.
: : r .a and the bUdriD"b ,ebeen'w- fence-any sort of fence,except rail; with Tuesday
':. < paint! bound'train No. 29 arrived here about Halifax, where the dredges Wimbee and
1.g.**. ''" .. ia::Dauoiirk;' ,while' Capt Nelson What paint? The paint that takes least five hours late last night. The derailed South Carolina are at work. Mr. Rogers Home Mission Society MeetingThe Y

J& S'.. k ked afci bMtMSsa&irsin. Perth. .'Am- gallons; for paint costs money, and put.
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fat&. .".c' ."' ,;c l.l_*_- .V"y- '*. *"Jt ,-'',,0t -i--. ting it on costa twice as much as the cars were loaded as follow.. : One of cratematertal states that during the past month the Home Mission society met at the

> I- -R-1-" : Tb. ..4'i',W 1ktr'G"d;' Ute''waaon paint.That. one fertilizer- and one of Ice dredges cut through 1800 feet of solid parsonage with Rev and Mrs W. F. Allen

!;; ; : is short; but that's all; it includesthe The ice wa! for this place and was very rock, and that there \a now legs than a last Wednesday afternoon with tie .
.: vb14 a.ht&way'.Ttuedsy.morn ng, /the and dirt be removed. Encountering
mile of rock to
rest. One paint wears long, another much,needed by the fishermen. Trains following members in attendance: Mrs. ''e
. ;" ffimisr tft&ag'on the rain near the'cottage wears short but the one that wears long so much rock has necessarily:
:.t.-,',,,'. ,1.; .-..>....... y... ..kniwn- '''' -'u'the- Penney. 'place ii h is the least-gallons; paint; least-gallon! will be running as usual today. : delayed the work as considerable blastinghas E. W. Hall, Mrs. J. A. Begg, Mrs S. E.

; i >'>; !' ; Geo.WUker r. means pure and strong, mast-gallons to be done. It will probably be some Rice, Mrs. W. F. Shoemaker, Mrs C. J..

JW '. NorfhZ1tarulle: ,Master WM means adulterated and weak, besides Pony For Sale time in January before the canal is com Wright, Mrs. W. F. Allen.
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:' thrown of the wagon, while Hans, small gallons pleted. This great inland water way fromSt.

: ice theiiUte;. [ ti.yertt old, .kept hold of thereiitv Paint 'is OLe of the biggest interests in double One bay single pony harness mare, gentle also ,under works sad.in Augustine to Miami will then affordan Pastor Allen was present also and con-
.. or ducted the devotional services of the so
;''1If 1'<"!' .'': ., .<:The'.(aoiraaJ-rnabed :round" the the United;States 4 pot the business ofmlina die, age seven years and sound.F. ideal inside route along the east coast I I
for all kinds of pleasure boats. When the business was dispensed
!' it rid-4he'business of ciety.
>, ; paint,
; resjwot greeery where be was halted H. Boy, Titnaville, Fla.
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Paint
; taking r& fp.JU$ny.- is worth a with, refreshments were served.

J,, .:: 'b7oaed the." store help.-- .-.-No harm done- -. great 'deal -moretthan; ,it costs, and the For Sale DrayingDray The society will meet at the home of
v -2" '" 'J.< : i best costs least: Deyoe., sf
? 1: 'T' ''' Arrivals here known Ceres 25 ing or hauling of all kinds promptly Mrs. Beg next Wednesday afternoon.On .
:: >It1.aHote ., Yours truly, My place as acres; -
"-" '" :. -' '" : 41- W.DEVOE&CO., fronts on river half mile from the inlet attended to. Meets: all trains. Stove'I the day following (Thursday) the
:. J. A Crews, FJa.TiIlelUDiou".W.: HG&ott and the railroad station wood for sale at all times
19v. New York. opposite ; adjoins I I I Foreign Mission society will meet at the
p .; fbila: F.H. Broton, New York H. E. HOLTO.V, ,
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; which is the
P. S. Jaa. Pritchard & Son sell government reserve on
: paintBakery
d.. ,"_<.,'.,1-... KjW."'. An ed kOT Y'i ood Wm Mead:: our weather bureau, lighthouse and naval Titusville, Fla. I parsonage at 3:30 p. m. It is hoped that
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a;:B. Boston; Sol all members will attend these meetings.
: iiN..york;
P:, For Sale wireless stations 6 room dwelling and
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FOR CASH.
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> 4" packinghouse, both old some grapefruit, FOB SALE CHEAP
-.: ;:, : <'f ::York;Ioob.1Hetnyfait, H. C. AbrahaaM > Consisting full baking outfit, pans, oranges and guavas; 5 l'fe8of; pineapplesin About 88 acres of good high land on! THE INDIAN RIVER HOTEL
show cases scales, roll paper,etc., inciting -
-it AUanta U JlOI'IkNlarla1, Day
; first class M. fine condition, fertilized and good for the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat hot and cold baths and inside
l; ) :t *atvLv&'Andrewa o'Bo" GS large oven. Inquire;( Provides
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,. > n ,- .ftickM.......:lrJ.: :.. ryHsdlo, One& J.Roffi e. 1,000 crates next season. Splendid hunting the Narrows, described as follows: Lot toilets on two floors, airy bed rooms overlooking
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t fishing bathing. also lot No. 3 section
f!; A Jj .UP .w J. a.. & I'Mr'i No.3, section 35, the river, sample rooms, cozy
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'g1-1.i .;A.y", Bobbins' law -office; for' stylish .;ri* Guns loose la the btsech.tightened equal and night, attentive porters attend all

t'tL. :u..W ..ij. I ...T:1..:. ......1 :.EC.. Leave your orders ftrf.hauling, both doable Ito.w ate goM stocked'and_ shotguns Gives perfect satisfaction. For sale by I trains, only five minutes walk from the*

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the only'two ballets tn 'and I bare ?
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akin is. being..., made. into a tog",,- grateful people. ".
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flick' o' Time. vnea&the children i js ;scrofula; iii JtCdnlts, : 'aJfcrd:to risk'so 'much,for a WHOOPING' COUGB SOlE TBIO.'ta >

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Bex author of'"The Spoiler blood ; both. ;'need more. ,fat: ,. ,... .leading' physicians as >the BEST remedy for '

era. .,.If, who has been hunting In,Alaska 'i'hese diseases, 'thrive on, lean Children Croup and Whooping Cough because

1 S, ;. ends t6e'fofowing'v1Yid'aeeount ota' ness.! ? Fat is the,best means;of BO YEARS .it contains NO OPIATES. The action of Ballard Hore* i

c&h bear' hunt.to a New York friend:, overcoming them ;r cod liver oil EXPERIENCE hound Syrup is dandbenignfitisadaptedtoinfant8a8wea\

,"Thla day we'had been high up In the makes the' best. and, healthiestfat asadults every variety of temperament and cosstitmlaR.,

peaks, scaling glaclera;.I skirting bandSCO'TTS t I

;;L "clUta'" !In.a, .hunt for' '1 bighorns/} .and:.late. ATENTS Read This RemarKable TestimoniiL-' '"

m -ff "In-the'aftemobnMlacovercd a band on MRS. B. W. EVANS. Clearwater, KMwntMMy; h IbaH

< the' mountains.'-opposite and across the. ,was sick for three months andtho doctors told me hi hadgu tsumpUon. > =

t-&valley..Although.it was late in-the day' ,, TRADE DESIGNS MARKS W.procured a bottle of Ba.1l&rd' Horehound SJnlPtIt
1 cured him. He Is now &well mane butte alwaYI keep & bGWe
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we made our'way down the mountain, COPYRIGHTS"c.AD.oee .
z. house and think it has no equal Jot. ***." ary dlaea .
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determined.to gofor them if It:meantan : 1e1l4q a lksteh and deecrlntkm mat'quickly I jo
'all night search.- 'The'mountains.In EMULSIONis invention ascertain is prollably1)8tentable.our opinion free Commnnica.Uon whether an. Easy toTaKe; Sure to Cure;,.Every Bottle GiTHREB & i L
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s ? ; :* ;tk$ that country are very difficultto climb free.strictly Oldest aency for tecorinxpatenta. SIZESi' 33c, JOe 01.OO.
: Patenu taken through Mann Co.receive | ; ST. LOUIS HI.
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lm08t'lnaCcesslble LINIMENT
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c that a 'strong man Js about, 'all In' '
when be gets. up one., However, 'we: form of cod liver oil. Here's a Scientific flmcricnn. ,- H_ -H-F -

started:down to, cross.the gulch. and natural order- of things, that A'handsomely of any illustrated l adenUfle weekly. Largest cireolation 3 a- SOLD AND. RECOMMENDED BY. or.

,; p =t 'viz{ came'"About up on halfway the:other; .down'we side. 'saw ,a ;shows of so much why.value Scott's in Emulsion all cases"of is tUNN ur Co: =arnLLewedeie;New York RED CROSS PflARMlCY, TITDSVILLE, and EAU OALLIE FHARXiCT, EAU: GALUC A.r'3, '".

small object moving along the slopeif Bruch, Oftlce.626 I' 8l..Wuhlnaton.: D.C. : 'f ? '.
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scrofula consumption. .
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below'us and'putting the glasses on it '/

.." 'found .to 'our. Joy that "It',was a 'great fat,' more:weight i more nourishment EAST COAST MEAT MARKET '\

't4 ., '.:. brown bear. It Is a species of that's whjr.: 3.

'555 { i,: grizzly, only attaining aJ much,greater' o. F.DUIBI,Agent, '!.r

, ,' t ;r ." size and wickedness. Immediately all Send for free. sample;. = j
'" 'thoughts' of mountain.sheep fled and ,

. ; we'began to map out a'route by which SCOTT '&. BOWNE, Chemists Florida and I

'" we might reach Mr. Bear; 'Pearl '
409-415 Street,New York
J : "We were about two miles .above .
: : limber line and the bear about a mile 5o .aMI.OO. :: it u :> All deugrlefa WesternHeats a r

a t below us on. the open, grassy hillside,' L

: but by making a wide detour along the Grapefruit in 'Lee 'County.Fort. .x.:
canyon we reached a little gulch which
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s: r ; above him. I'll never forget that ap-' A new record has been made for the of all

; proacft for we crept over places that a shipment of grapefruit from Lee'County .

fly would haveto,, spit oh his bands to. for September. Even- the heavy TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
l tackle and iClimbed, reclplces so steep \ .
?{ shipments of twd have been r 1W
; ,years ago
= leaned vuit'1
that they backward. On reaching .. I
=S '- t surpassed by a' good margin. The {
the place where we had seen'our
;; quarry he"was nowhere In sight. steamers of the .Menge Line'have'been 'Tin Mmrt'alvabk Books erxrPublishiLRUDDER Set of Yacht and BoatBuilding \ \\\

? "Creeping .out .farther, we searched busy bringing, down% fruit from the

=ri ;-y' L" f the little gully beneath us and were upper Caloosahatchee and the Orange
; ;:,.' ,about'to descend boldly and disgusted- .
< $
River and turning it over to Agent'J.; HOW-TO BOOKS
t. ; Jy when right at our feet within a few
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2: at a marmot hole among a patch'of who has his ;hands full now makingup .every printed clime in these and books-Successfully upon every sea-Full sailed detail in \ \ a .,

1 .' deep grass and, seeing us, had paused the special orange freight leaving drawing of all parts, showing what it is and.
for to observe and for to see'. who' how to make it-Text extremely simple. u t
here daily at 5 p. m. Most of the fruitis
HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50
..;.. being-shipped.. by,.buy-ers- who want 16 foot MOW ctthoat L..lq,ea fj to build;f nmn a6Inca -= t C_ t u4 y i
sweep; goocIl1ICU.g boat for a bur to learn the busineai ia.
t the early fruit of Lee County to sup- HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA -

teisa ply customers East, and. West.. The line heat for afternoon. cling, or knorVin about li J
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< local-ti-f lIu!: bn nFumMwf' i.hrr.verbuihFlo.poreaeqr ),1
fruit is well matured and while a little : full...anhnJ pitta M of completed boat
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is far enough along to takeon ANDO
green }!oat luKcwful nc\a\\ machine ever deigned; ,a prlnwinner fA 9
in Aweaa.Aaia and Australia; nay to build;ear
J1 ': .5 If J a good color en route to destina to win with.HOW ,
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Simple and practintl ihowitiff how tnconitructalauod,
5?1 V "f" 1 Up to yesterday 8.205' boxes have ball tor..witk our tuotor. &veral other plant f

1 $ ::'- been forwarded from here... Of this HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT ,
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.,'<". A due a'lamni'l rniijin boil; good cabin; ezceaenruler .t
amount, 815 boxes went by express. ; .uiUUe fur thauuw waters.
I ;, HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT
Only about one two of
or cars oranges
A drni little aailing boat,with moderata OTerhugi ant

> ,. .. have been shipped so far, the balance mall aul plan. For sale
the
's ? HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE by
.fr ti 'I/! being grapefruit. From now on, however Easy to build;errrrthing, itraight jmt the craft for,a bob :,
to begin with;can In.built very cheaply;either sloop or rat rig
orange shipments will increase,
HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHTA
."' i as several buyers are .now at work complete dexription of how to build,a model;alio UD* INDIAN RIVER 'I
.
>f skiff need in awl at uioJ.rU.PRICE
;" packing seedling oranges. Up to date

0 5 last year only 2,700 boxes of oranges $1. EACH MUSIC
MtatAlD BY CXPMEM ANVWHCMC HOUSE I
; .. ; S and grapefruit had been sent forward, ,
Bound in cloth-Gold lettering-Size of peg
I the increase this :year over last being 9 by u inches-Large,clearly-drawn plans.

: S .L..L.a. 5,500 boxes. The tracks here are THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. TITUSVILLE, FLA. I

$j blocked with cars of box material and .MuRHArSTftr.tr' New YORK, U. S. A
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1f empty fruit cars, and the,next week Srnd portal far Catalogue of Books for .
; will witness a very heavy increase in Yachtsman's Library. l

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yrw A Wise Man.Dashaway !

-I want you to meet Miss I
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Hopper. Stunning .girl Just back ERRYSBeprMrot

." f9 from Europe.
Clen rton-lIer' first visit? "
THB BEAK r A UtiEI>. -tHR-HgRTDGBP ;
Dathaway-Yes. s BEDS ) RT.
." bad the nerve to butt in on him. His CIE.'erton-Well. old man, if it's all i

4 : shaggy brown hair blended well with the same to you. I'll wait until she's : the survival of the fittest We 'i -
,'. : the grass tops, and we had been lookIng got through telling about It-New have become the Urgent seed bouse in the THE x 4
world because our.da are better than MOTOR THAT MOTES"
< clear past and over him. I threw York Life. others. Do you wtob to grow the most ,,
beautiful flower and the anent vegetables
f .,.iI up my Winchester and tore loose. T rlaD Uhe bestaeed -Ferr"L t
Bruise and Horns '
i; ,: "At the first shot he roared and rushed Wounds. 1004 Bred Anneal free to all There is have !
no reason why cannot
you a satisfactory
t out of hiding up toward us. He pre-, By applying an antiseptic dressing to pplicvaia.

R i>..4ti seated the most.wonderful and magnifi wounds, lirnises, burnand like injuriesbefore D. M. FERRY A CO., motor outfit. Let us demonstrate The Bridgeport to you

t j /- cent sight I have ever seen. Every: healed inflammation without maturation set in,and they in may about be Detroit Mich. and we will convince you that there is at least one reliable 1

." hair on his coat was a-bristle, his mouth one-third the time required by the old gasoline motor built. The more severe your work the
: open and a bunch of teeth bared which ,
is the discovery
.:. would have driven tooth powder 'ad- and treatment.triumph This of modern greatest surgery. Cham- more anxious we are to have you own a Bridgeport, the

4S dists'crazy. I have have seen anything berlain's Pain Balm acts on this same KILL THE COUCH simplest, most reliable and durable motor on the market. 1

which struck me as the absolute impersonation principle. It is an antiseptic and when MID CURE THE LUNCSWITH

of, Incarnate rage till I applied to such injuries, causes them to .
: i .. looked down Into the thorax of that heal very quickly. It also allays the pain No Valves No Cams No Gears

.. animal and I stood so'close to him-that and soreness e and prevents any danger of DrKing'sHew
blood poisoning. Keep a bottle of Pain Easy to Operate
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4 't' I could see. every line of expression a.cIt "
Balm in your home and it will save you
S were. time and money not to mention the inconvenience DiscoveryFOR Working Parts Quickly Aeeesslble"
". "Let me state that'when he came up and suffering such injuries

that bill uncertainly e looked like a win- entail. For sale by all druggists and rONSUMPTIONOU6HS 'Priei THE HaTOD.For .
w. nee and as though he could finish any medicine dealers. aid 50c'tlt11.00OLDS

'old :thing he'cared to' start As heY ;....Free., Trial.' _:_ --! Those Who Must Be Satisfied
Y .reared p:1: shot,again and so did myeompsnloeand OAtHTOR%..A.ct.1'1I1i11 .. ---5-
proceeded' to rings dmratlle Yea Ibtt unpti. .... Bier.t andUuickert CUe for all
THROAT,'And LUNG 'TROVB.' F. N. HITCHCOCK & CO., Agents
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ofitt; 1..ottber' ""'V> % ) h trouble cmiees quick orbeats'aDd..us' ;= .. e7 ;- vr -, : ; : i; i ,i

t .F iosme. :,"'$ J...."' -' > '' f one feel Seven of.the greatest Magaxlnee in,the country 'e combined to be.offered=. .: :'t.. ,'. L'f -
WS } "hoop, 'h r-norv"Sbe'said" ,determloed thoynad-heart. trouble,because the heart_U together< at a greatly.reduced rate as will be seen by this list: :;;}. >" > .c' '
on one last#rgumenfi"I have kripwprof in pumpmg tUdtf fcldney- "... .-' -, : < '"

aii many at-five'<5asesof appendicitis palsoated blood through tdns and arteries. The: Commoner;. one year, -. .- t LOO" ./'-. ; ii :: r
It used lobe considered that only 1rlDar1'1troabloaworato
thesis'badythe .
era rim around here;and not:one of =
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aymptoma'you iaentlonif AU ,be graced tolthe kidneys Cosmopolitan, one :year, 1.00 v 33Woman's .

that'flisfywi()s"amtfle\bUlon as. or all but consUtuttonil now modern science dbeaxa proves have. their that begin nearly*, ; Home Companion, one year, ..- 1.00 T:

*? ** !;d,f n g,4my_ -', .niag in kidney trouble; %-' ; The Review Reviews. one year, ': i' 3oq _
Teat Hra Heitis Armm TCI !J&J.mJ;"': dear"Bui / : 'If you art sick you can make no mistakeby Pearson's one < .oo'-
#;j yon haven't got It. from our, oven:; first doctoring your kidneys... The,mUd year, ,
atsd HeAsks ife'e. "',""' :.........""":?;j{...",:." !. 't, 11>".4.0' and extraordinary effect of Dr Ki1a cr'a TheAmerican Magazine, one. year, f'e: ,- ioo K ,
\'';AneXdols' tbe.eame aa?aiothee Swaup-Root, the gnat kidney remedy Usoon Tom Watson's f' ?"' '.
z- Magazine .A
one year 1.50
'where tt'a'icaae aa rerlous'ei'thls. .I'mu.ItangrjasawoU realized.: It stands the highest-for'Its s
wonderful cores of the most distressing cases The Sunj one year -' ..' 2.00
: ;buCdon't.tempt "
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r ;=foilme.iwou1d mean theembalanceaQdthubtisPltal.I ; and on Total .., $"
t- &; me.EQbe. ibyaudruggrtsiafiftycent -t ,- II .50
feGttUS ON THE Mp DRUGGIST -might," and o -doUlr ates. :-. .J .

feJe fjg'V"V ; "jji possiblyy>X wne{ (Otfe alive,:; but .ttedunces" :You'may have a Send $6,25 and get them all for one year or ::
"""* t one lu' d. l' bottle man .. .. .
T2&i V t"V" are only< a'.bundr sample, .by .. ell 1iPI-. \ .

I---ir hiFeaniicd.Heaz ; Beam'to 'b>,lat and' solid,.Mrs/Bpwwr. free, also pamphlet have telling you'how bladder trouble.ty find COMMONER, one y ar.___________________.;__.l__________-_______.._____ $1.00 t
s; Dorours but ai a matter' of.fact I am.too?aplrit' *. out Mention if you this kidney when or Dr. Kilmer THE SUN, one year_______,_____.________-._____________-,_____:;.,i_....__. 2.00 .>"
Hasta and [ writing
tk paper "
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sells to stand much palnJ" : BOTH FOR ONLY $2.25
N. Y.
J *?tJK H! MdL Mrs., Bowser bid to laugh..' She would. &Co., Binghamton, COSMOPOLITAN,one year______.._________.________._.__________-_._.w, $1.00 : .
navef" had"to bad beeo'ltandlDg .
7'; -. name,Swamp-root, Dr. KUmer'ISWIIIBoo& !}/ BOTH FOR ONLY $2.25
; it sit: Bossedthe'way'up'.: ,
Y.
,and the address Binghamton, N.: .

t [Ooplghu9NbrP.n; EutmeatIq' sialrs.and was;tor\dropping:the'sub-; I on ever, boWe.. PEARSON'S, one year;_________________..:__.__.___,..j_____________-___ $1.00 : t'- 'l'
*B:BOWSEH: didn't seem to' enJoyiJMs ject,: but :Mr. .".Bowser' hadn't had ..his THE SUN,. .one year.._;.________________________;?-_________.-..___________ 2.00 -
Y :lyteaktut/'the, other sal yet: ., Mr. Bower didn't Jaw back. He.was BOTH FOR ONLY $2.25 }

I.,r M4) y ',worningz'and; : Mrs. 'Bowser, "In ;caw; this" jnllk, and '.water"dietdoesn't'stave'oifappendldtls too elated. Ten minutes later.the cook THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE, one year______----___._______._-__________ $1.00

"" '1-, : 4>$'iM I ,wbbtook", ameutLnote; oft theup : and the was heaping; the remains of that boiled THE SUN, one year____________________________-.____________________..__ 2.00 -
.*. ;wide 'her that should will find all BOTH FOR ONLY $2.25 .
,tf.;, 2 ;< tact mind he: results are fatal you my dinner on the table;and he was eating '
; } 'Ihete!a good'dinner .to"piake .even. b1 amesa.p.pm(1n the safe." he ob- 'lumberman: Mra. Bow TOM WATSON'S MAGAZINE, one year.___...__:_________.__...._-.....;_ $1.50 '

' { 1 r9 =. 'how:'fond.be waVof' an oldotnedbe erred'as be walked. up'and' down.May like ser came a Michigan home and surprised him at It. THE SUN, one year_______._BOTH_______FOR_____ONLY_______$2.50__.___________.;.--_____._ '2.00 .

> ;'7 ::'boiled--dinner, s1a'.ordeiedr ''j "Very well." drugglstr she
:P.'. ; ....01 ').M- "Well, you saw the que-
, Y;ii!' ;;< ,'potitocarrots: ; cabbage Harry ti 8ke w..ea. ried as he refilled his plate. We wish to remind you of oar determination to make THE SUN brighterl'beUer '
R a4 parsoftWr The dinner.was splendid "You will not bev forced.to marry- to "The druggist? What about and more powerful in its influence for all that is right, and live up .to oar

i:1fi\; u,totqusjltlty; 'and quality,.an$ It was keep a roof over your head." "About,, your- threatened .appendicitis. motto,*which. is known. everywhere-"IF IT'S RIGHT, WE ARE FOR IT.'rWe

: ,l : ftfconiUerable. !pride that; she annoniced -' -N."" ." know that IT'S RIGHT for THE SUN to have the largest circulation in +

:t 4f : they fact. 'when, he'urriveds fNaturaUy.I would rather,you would "I hadn't heard anything about .be the State and IT'S RIGHT for all these subscribers to have our best talent/and ',. # t
} !. "':lame at d'o'dod"A not,m8.l'l'1.at alL but I am not gob to lug' threatened."- they will get it each week. .1
: !i .,' ": .' ter: "; '"That's very nice of you, I'm sure;but. ,. that''you would visit iny 'grave doctor this morning ,to tell you to live > ITS'::RIGHT to have new and interesting features and so we intend con- '

''I t..fj;, unfortunately- .,for.me, I cannot.partake. once. 'in awhile.-. I' ,,shan't. know it; of :ion a milk and water diet for the next tine them in the future as we have in the past. rWeis

,". ':.or. ." 4. It," .. course but, U will help'you not to"forget four days."" keen to discern conditions which will need to be made public and be '
" ';;;:'C 'I ;:B.ut"bJr d me." ")Iy dear' woman" said Mr. Bowser presented to SUN readers. Our subscribers will find THE SUN first m the presentation
f.jJ; Yii: >I'got a Uttle_warning. -today. -that,I "1, shall visit It'once In two' weeks between' huge bites, "please'' go away: of such! As we gain the AUTHENTIC and RELIABLE INFORMATIONwe
;f. i tf thin k bolt to heed.- during good ,weather." she" replied' as You are laboring under a hallucination. will write up these conditions correctly and in an unbiased manner as soon as we -

't'f', >What sort of warningr, '- she saw his lip trembling. You have somehow got me mixed, upwith are convinced that IT'S RIGHT to do so. y

W&&W '. rpri-Jfac ready 'was In the," 'office" onTawnV That Is all I uk., The' doctor assured .'yonr:.Uncle Joe or your brother As soon as become a new subscriber when renew subscription
you your
you pr
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"?;,1'.;.<..;..i.........._:-":-;. i'f'.r.:.;,;*M. :''ljr:4n nvolontary.groan as I.rose up he' stave off'the Impending danger but Ihave mouthfuls to eat!" 'M. QUAD. SUN, and know wha '8 going on.

'.begaa to question 'me. It'; iasn t five a presentiment, Mrs. Bowser
ite"/-;,.:< 'inlnutes before,"he announced that I presentiment that appendicitis will Human Blood Marks ( THE SUN will continue it's CARTOON FEATURE and will pictorially present : I

:&'fd kx :& -would hare to be very careful; or fall a come and terminate fatally." A tale of horror was told by marks of news in cuts made from photographs.Keep .

1f"t 0", :victim to ippen ueius. the said: I had '"And I haves presentiment that I human blood in the home of J. W. Williams up with Bryan by getting The Commoner and THE SUN both for $2.25 ; ;
ST .: .*>1 the symptoms of It." shall some day meet that fool of a doc- a well known merchant of Bas, per
>I'don't'believe' any such talk Mr. tor and tell him what 1 think of him. Ky. He writes: "Twenty yeara ago I year.Tom
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/4"J'l.fBoner..1\a : haven't heard you groan. In- It's Just biliousness that ails you. anda had severe hemorrhages of the longs,, Watson writes better than any man now alive. His Magazine' and THE
'byaF' Yy"VI'.t. : ." of calomel would set jrou and was near death when I began taking SUN for 250. .
;\. ....." ; J'h" ,. dose or two : Dr. King's New Diwovery. It com
$Y.-, ,:.Cl.; .;.>'..,. 3
., ',". ; 'i! and those mean bil This and THE SUN for
; "' J;{ ;f" '" under your eyes well ever since." It cnrea'hemorrhages, $2.25.
.
.tr"", ,- f$' iousness and nothing else." chronic coughs settled colds and bronchitis
;- Fill out coupon, mail it today with your remittance, and be sure of getting r
and heav- for
shook his head is the known care
Bowser and only
Mr.
,
'6 : the combination that offered-an
of
magazine was
greatest ever opportunity years
; terminated In a bottle guaranteed blRed'Croee
tcc1 ed a sigh that finally weak lungs. Every
and one it is safe to say will never be made again.
.;< : groan and brought the cat out from Pharmacy.. 50c and $1.00. /
"" Trial bottle free.
down
..;'' "f ; 3"- under the piano.Then he started
fo. #. ., .. the hall and put on his hat THE SUN Date_________.._____._._._____________.________
wr o1 fi >,<' "Are you going but?" was asked. Why She. Cried. '
f "" :J"t DO Tm, going after a quart of milk. I Tallahassee, Fla.: :t\\

:! i -, ..- 0 may wake. up'ID the. night and want a Enclosed please find $____________ for which enter my name for one year's sub-
..,. .1>> i drink. I may also talk with the drug-

-f'!',F gist If he Isn't busy. I am sure he scription to your paper and the following magazines----------------------___.__._

'(,' ", -' would help you about the funeral ar-
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\::;".'- the case pretty speedily. She thereforeran Q r t ? Xame._________________ __ ___ _________.....
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.f : .,.t;, ,. "Boo-boo! Willie's an' proposedter l
gone
.t. and, not finding him rushed, be began: _

,};# \Sf.f' '-Doc. take a careful look at my face. me twin sister, t'lnkin' she wane.LesJie's I .
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Weekly.
will ?
you ,
'f ______ "Cert. Thinking of trading It off fora -
i}?',;. :; .' Sever ComU Catch One.

lf t:o.'1fc.. ; '>r-.'sromnoAB to. KTAJO. .MCCH' new"Does one my? phiz ten you anything?" "Yes," said Miss Tassaj; "I discovered J
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rAIN.- a burglar In our parlor last even- ,
did. The yellow
"Not much. It never OF SEA ROUTES.
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\ : voluntarily 'or otherwise, for a year streaks under your eyes show that ng." PEN r

.' Did be charge you a fee for telling you you are bilious. ")Iy"," exclaimed Miss. Pert, "did you

'thllr't. "What do pains in the back signify?" aint?

"'''.*,- Wes. *He made:no charge,but ray"- "Rheumatism generally "Oh, no. I tried to catch him, but"-

? '_ Naturally.yon went and handed him "And roaring In the head?" "But you bad your usual poor luck
f* 'am'In need of eh?' Philadelphia Ledger.For .
aneut $5'whllel -
<.f over "A cold. Merchants & Miners Trans. Go's
'a ,doxeif different;:Ulttte things : You "And when your teeth seem too.
cause to fce afraid of ap- Over Sixty'Tear
bate no more long?" .
,, pendlcltia than I tare of the Indian' "A little neuralgia In the Jaws. Why Mrs. Winelowe Soothing Syrup baa

.. plague :W4y'.doyoa;tet'people.- work what do you think ails your been need for over sixty years by millionsof STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN
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: for their children while teething
mothers
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:Jos t1ke ffiis1" "I was told by a doctor this morning
Haew It lhr'....... heralded an at- with perfect success. It soothes the
those. symptoms
; >.said as.he that child, softens the gums, allays all pain, -
w.oftJi.I
r "'S ttJ7. D tack of appendicitis. cores wind colic, and is the best remedyfor
.. .led the'way rtb:;the;dining room Instead. "Herald'your grandmother! ,Somebody diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
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"t 'otahontin'"Wamanr.at'her. 1IrLa has been, making a fool of you littlesoft'erer immediately. Sold by druggists -

.BoWler:> ,Ict1mot:: ,be cUssed a. aa again. You may have appendicitis in every part of the world. Twentyfive SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct .

;ilarmlaC 't Tfto anda.of things hare some day, but. It won't come on that I cents a bottle. Be rate and ask for ,

7alled:meVind I,naTe neverjaald a word ,-i- .What did the so called doctor "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
them 1 waant going to dot""Ddak take no other kind.
to-you about tell you to Connections for
gay.a thing iD,ttbi case; but:belDg put milk and water," sighed Mr.

'.8 on esptonittona.i. t'Jr/ibe'dcitor.ljMid.' J heave. known to mike'for 'Bowser.fTfott" ;ought to be..kept, on that diet : =CA8TOR.A.iMLad 1 11attslrap1toWyt'A 11II1I Washington New York and Boston.
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months and Jnonths that the appendJ- I! fore. rest of your,natural: life. Didn't ,

'dttiwii aftet'ni' +. ,IhaTS figured' that Mrs..Bowser say the,fellow was a num- .

1 en".i ,.overtook_me''titZ, I:would bags .
.t hospital and bare Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations
{' makes.aneattor the. eiWe1I-ef-You bow"TeUa S

.. '1M' r. tloli .perf0rme4. betore mey HIM to"GOf .**. Itcky Mountain Tea Nuggets and cuisine unsurpassed. k :

;: .,. b \'It! 'lbi.t. .- t.011II8.,4Jd; and of course he 1 Jw !tom far Day .p. SEND FOR BOOKLET. 1

:.: : JWttJa.i140.. ,...,..n,.- aRiiDi- la Go borne'and'eat a:,hearty dinner. Map Wfca Sialtk ud lomd 9lgor.

u4 pu....tI" 1: '. :ti Sat;.:as much'as yoa want tomorrow A tpfteUe for OomOwUloe.bdlgntta.Live j

,.enM'; tabat: qm. ".pt1. : mad then taki same csiomtL"'say.;man,: .a.od.. !'raG Ia. lWeI&Iciam&. IIee4Acbe. H. C. AVERY, Com'l Agent, Jaek&ODYille.J.C.wBTIETMT. -:
?"eb0 asked.... ..". : : badtt't'tbe'wlfajwi tat soa* aadd.....roo1WIrs ltotstatoMt Teats., ';
felt __ j
r ti1 thee ; .... 4eaotae_... h P. k,..", W.P.TUBIER.P.T.I.,
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,etpaIDI &a!tile kct.; I'O rIDI > body would get:'the:.s ckj. ,Off;door BI'Y-tors Dace. toaNnTltta a ...eee;...&<: '.
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mod'.an that : ; eOTERAL OmCES, BALTIMORE
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bead.wat ? -
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.?.,'..'::'...,.,'. \W@'- r '' .f: "'ti.or ortn! -. .''f"f. -..;.1"-;,"" ;1--> ?t.-.h.'to N'. get".a"...:;better. priceBoldtbesB : .'
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'"' <:' ;;, <' 'ii.' ""'.oppo::0...\. _tIeD: :1;' who Jield j:them;several;yews and'sold, 'Fifty Years' experience through. three gener*

'f "'-,."RJ1' HfBa J"ri .tbadninageat d.iwi'pud bardygrtiing'his' money .back.. ;I .iitill fam '
ations
ofthe'Mapes >
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ji t liiihe Gait ,
Wing '
__: have" of'tbeee'iaade which I will
-:'--:;-''' '''';'''-", spm ; household word all over fair Florida. =
ekbelieve area
We
ja.i lit
?"ilS'.Y.r': O tocgtio.nFlorttawiB: t,end jrjadly 1 ;:sell aCfift'per"::: acre: Anexperienoedsucceeefui i
< f: itfetneot of the'oiie: Mr..'f dlee'e'er -
3m '
: business man who Our thirtieth in the state.
year
'1:, ,.::: ,- :- : ..."'. peiietioe withTmock. UndsMs rimiUr lei
; J .. ... .b.Iic1 of.,-. 600 .. I bad traveled abroad several years looking combine and &:
.; k ::& Our goods safety reliability
; y. that of a mberof people"who have triedthemAittOoeo .
<- -',' ITIt and studying reclaimed lands succeeded
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aMIM:
;J'c -:' :': -,.,'>. ... ... ',.I..:.. : !, > ; there t" op for the I "
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o:.y. :1:: .. .. .,.- ..;ottar,_ s' !_ria* 'ofle .er oonnttirlime.. ; alehundreds. :to the -contract.of the Apopu'CanllQa. profit grower /
..' < / .r' --"I..t .of, of.these lyingidle "
"'-'t.:. t". .'e;:.. ,. .., .:.viii. ..1..lepton. sleYx .'1M' '<. : ewIf 'ofd1eii&ilU seas ; :: with the state, and was enthnsiafticas No dangerous compounds. .fAsk
: = P< :;:< becaose 'to"do LL
,: .' -!: .. .8 ,t their and value that heipent'mme
;' .: -:-- : : -- .. ..". to possibilities and find the
for :
?; 3 pamphlets
our
-,. .i. \ ;. ..-f, ; :Thtt; ; :" -4 1e0tn rather:)far-fetched wujf paying" eiPc ..,,' : : than$75,000: reclaiming and agents -:. #
.;jt 1"i''f:7; "In view of reason ought to buy our goods
the. drainage proposition why .
; ..)....s grower.wha is now. waiting. developing them. He' thought the faders you
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a V irtth'lSisfeiit' (; the grove," for the price that is now before+e the people to be passed dude in cultivating them was the Agents: 'E. L. Brady & Bro., Titusville

_ -:*t -ksto6ive| yet if be has been ,,on by tbemja .the adoption or rejection fault of the methods and of the resident
w :
: J. :M. Sanders Cocoa Joy Paxton RockledgeA.T.
of the be ,
( drainage amendment to ,
ibout 'the line ofiI1gairy : he sent to the northwest
1 2 _,state or.; has,pot.oat a people, so an expert

'f-&il ; : J on.which,bean rely: ;he,lain ,pot, voted on at the approaching election, and to secure people peculiarly fitted for Patillo, Osteen F. Bergmann, :MerrittE.
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1 :? two ,ao4two'''together and'he will*have: owing to 'IUmjlortaDc and fir-reaching their development! 'with the result that B. Provost, Lotus '
effect of this amendment if 'and
:}3 f.1<;:i the soewer. .'-. .' adopted, they ,made gross failures as others bad '
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.remarkably" large gain is made in'the having been ,a member;,of the Apopka done,.and this man,, after keeping those

4 growth .,of, grapefruit/ almost "every .. Canal company that was organized- some lands for ten or eleven years', has allowed
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:1.{ 'sz\ ,.section;:this is true;and when considering ,thirty years ago by the late J.,G. Speer, them to sell for the taxes for the past two
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< 4,000,000'to 4 box to eat a canal from Laie Apopka to Lake and 'I know of instances where I =
>:L the j 00,000 estimate years ODR FIRST COTTON FACTORYGreat Tampa Continues to Grow

"it most be borne in JniDd'ai'b; bulky Dork and then into' Lake Eustis, to re- parties: bought them at f 10,'per, acre, From the Tampa Tribune.

iealbwed"for It takes claim some 20,000 j acres, of the finest thinking they would be worth $100 and '"
r # 't .grapefruit a great Customs collections in for
-'" H -many,'more'oranges to fill,a box than it sawgrasa lands in the state lying between after keeping them,, for years, allowed Enterprise that t is Being Started Tampa -
the month
of 1906. nave
i;; does tt pefmi& :And ,yet the reader who Lakes Apopka and Dora; and having been them 'to: ,sell for taxes because they did in Lake City September a
up
amounted to $13942444.
,--g. ;wishes jir"a small crop must not let this interested in ,and"experimenting with not consider them worth paying on. It
;; these lands daring this time think: it The following Is from the Lake City Customs collections for September F
'}lf; blind him to"the, ,fact that,,the orange seems it would 'be a good idea for the

t &iR yield U not larger, because it is. not amiss to give result of my observation governor to try his band on the develop- c correspondent of the Times-Union: 1905, were $121,353.00. The increasein

, l1t'f 'The crop this;:year is the'finest Florida and experience, .which may throwa ment or sale of these few thousand acres "The first cotton manufactory In the collections the month over the"

-' :baeever: 'hadand brights will predominate little light on'the subject of muck lands, the equal of anything in State is now being established in this same month last year U ,11,171.5.Post ..

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. : *:'" !.,The white .fly is not in.such evi "Owing to the immense water supply the state that has gone back into the city. This is a distinction which Lake office receipts at Tampa for-

; i; .1 I dente as was supposed it would be; of the .Everglades, a large part of South hands of the state after being reclaimedat City now holds over all other placesIn September. 1906. have amounted ..to

: Florida, and the great flow of water ill $7,206.35. i
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, "r" ---- : great expense, and' if he makes a success the State. For months past the

- ;i : : _. > How to.Doable Your Endurance the, rainy season into them requiring of it, will have the distinction of plan of its location here has been Postofflce receipts for September.' "

,: '--li ; ?: Chew ;your food thoroughly, and yon such a large canal that would cost.mil having done more than anyone else has gradually pushed forward: until now it 1905 were $6,550.76.

t ii.tnll i: t be'able to do l .Per.cen' more work. lions of dollars to cut io; carry off this been able to do in the state and if he is an assured 'fact. Mr. Edgar M. The Increase in poatoffice receiptsfor
:
. : water, it seems to be impracticable. Some fails will not be the first good smart the month over the same month
he
i! Etr; ; More than that, yon will not require so Johnson's large building formerly a
t r.J.( !; .,'. much food.Professor. idea can be formed as to the, size of canalit business man to do so, and he will not last year is $655.59.Shipments f
L .. : 1 would require when the fact is considered lumber and planing mill has been '

' ;.)' 'Irving Fisher, of.Yale, who then waste millions of the people's moneyin. of cigars from Tampa for
which
more than rivers andcreeks purchased, and the machinery,
, ; hAs been 'conducting:experiments with twenty BO hopeless a cause as the attempt to the week ending September 22 were
from has been stored for some time, is now
run the district to be drained beginning
: nine, students during four months of Jhis drain the Everglades. This is not writtento 6100000. Previously reported shipments
; .. with the St.: Lucie on the east being installed., This will take a short
.,... year,says:, antagonize the governor politically. I for the present year were 179-
; ,
< \< and extending to the Caloosahatchee time after which the mill will be put
; rive voted for him because I the rail ,
i "At. the middle .of the experiment the thought 995000. Total shipments! from January -
er on the west which does not controlthe into order. It will be of
} ,!: men had improved 50 per cent in endur. road influence was running thepolitices or running one 1 to September 22 were 186.095-

i :.- ance. The second half showed as marked water from the Kissimtnee valley the stateand, that they no longer belongedto the biggest enterprises In the State 000. Total shipments for the same-

f{, .. \improvement as the first, and at the end that flows into' the Everglades, as only the infant class and it was time for the and will employ a \arge number of period of last year were 152,875,000.The .

.' of experiment: the men,were able:to the highest! lands along the lower eastcost people to take a hand and put men in office hands. Later machinery for the man- increase in shipments for this

F do. double the amount 'of physical work are not covered by the overflow that were not under their control. I ufacture of paper boxes and bags will year up to September 22 was 33,220-

as shown by gymnasium tests, that they from the Everglades in the wet season sincerely believe it to the best interestsof be placed and the millenlarged with 000.

were capable of in January. and how ranch would one more outlet the people of the state at large to vote new manufactory departments. It

ra ''The'men ate' nothing ,which they did relieve the situation when the proposed against the drainage amendment." will be known as the Lake City Manu- Weekly Weather Bepert.U. .
canal is not as deep and wide as some of
facturing Company, and will make all .8.DKPABTMtKT OF AOEICULTtJl WaI TE.
Nothing the streams draining i from this district? White Girl Assaulted at DelrayThe EXBUXK1U.JUPITU .
kinds of knitted goods. The officers
"But, waiving the question as to drain received here FLA.. act I. 1906. .
,
ordered by them. news was yesterday
age cost and time it would take to do it are as follows: President, J. C. Sheffield
S' "Meats available three times a that assault Comparative statement of tompeiatarr
were a negro attempted an on a
A. R. Wise
(cutting the Panama canal has been ; vice-president ; secretary and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday.

' r ''" day, ,bout was found that by thorough advocated as far back as I can remember white. girl at. Delray, in Dade county, and, treasurer, F. F. Bardin. 1906 1805 -
i mastication the lost their
men gradually which is forty years, and no one doubted Tuesday night. The negro, report says, "The mill is a removal here of the DATa. MAX. MtM. IrA.L xtx.Oct. _
and substituted cereals I
for meat
desire ,
J that it could and would be cut, but when had a sack over his head, and as the girl one formerly In Tryon N. C.and Mr. 3. 90 76 M 7i
w' fraits'a d.nuts so.that at the end of the 4. 85 75 83 78 ,
ry their and the cost of doing so has been and is was a large one, she succeeded in fightinghim A. D. Beatson who was manager 5. 84 77 85i 78. I '
'_ first half of experiment daily
the question), what would these landsbe off.' The negro made his escape anda there, will resume the same position 6. 91 76 86 n1
of little "
consumption meat was more than 7. 85 74 65 _
half of its original amount. worth or good for even if drained? I posse started'at once in pursuit. here. He returned to Tryon last weekto 8. 85 78 85 nj. ..:f

believe they would be a veritable white 9. 85 74 83 'if .,
Professor Fisher says that the practical make all arrangements for moving .; j
r r elephant on the hands of the people I Oiled Roads a Success Total rainfall for the week. .&2 Inches.Departure \
here and his will arrive next
conclusion from these experiments is that soon son
rainfall for the week minus Ml ::
have seen these reclaimed sawgraas lauds Notwithstanding that Senator A. S. "*
It is in the power of a healthy individualto week. inches. 2
tried in several counties of the state in a Departure rainfall since Jan. lit
double his endurance in five months Mann is busy in his capacity as Indus. 10.38 inches. plus

F z by thorough mastication prolonging the great many kinds of crops, and do not trial agent of the Gainesville & Gulf Steamer Gussie Was Saved H. P. *. J

enjoyment of food and acquiring a more know of but one instance where they Railroad, he puts In his spare moments From the Tampa Tribune. Official Charge-......
have given profitable results and sand
; choice of and kinds advocating and talking good
sensitive amounts tomeet The steamer Gussie. of the McKay $100
was hauled and mixed with the muck in Reward SjlOO.
the daily needs of the body. roads. James command
t varying Line Captain McKay
The readers of this will be
this case. In every other instance disas- paper pJeuedto
.. Senator Mann is State organizer for ing, went aground in Mobile Bay during learn that there U at least ODe drea4fal

I Florida Shippers Get Stung trous failure and bandonment resulted, the National'Good Roads Association, the terrific storm that swept the disease that science hu been able to rare in
and in Dade county I have seen muck all its stages, and that ia Catarrh. Uall'i Catarrh
; ; New York, October 5.i' lands good tomatoes during the and it may be said to his credit that Gulf coast. Core IB the only positive core known i
grow dry
A very fair illustration of the. poor he has probably accomplished; more A telegram was received this morning to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a .;':
} spring and early summer before the wet constitutional disease, requires a constitutional
judgment of some of the Florida shippers season drowned them out, but they put toward the construction of hard surfaced from Captain McKay stating that treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure U

was seen at list Wednesday's auction highways than one man in the vessel went aground during the taken internally, acting directly upon the
from $.15 to $60 worth of fertilizer per any blood and mucous surfaces of the system,

sale when a good portion of a car oft acre, and the same year I saw tomatoeson Florida. He has made a thoroughand :storm but that all the passengers and thereby the foundation of the di.-

p Florida oranges had to be withdrawn taken from her in boats. ease, and giving the patient strength in
these lands from about four thousandacres earnest study of the situation, and crew were the

i i from sale owing\ to the quality of the planted. There was such a large is well posted on all classes of road The telegram stated that little damage building in np doing its constitution work.: The and proprietor assistiatnature

:i ; stock. All through the car ttie fruit resulted to the boat. have so much faith in its curative powers
crop grown that prices went so low as to building and road-building materials.He .
that they offer One Hundred Dollar for
F showed up in very poor shape, being make it unprofitable to gather and !ship, has made a deep study especiallyof The officials of the McKay Line in case that it fails to cure. Send for list*f any tes

ir': rough and spotted and very green and and many that were shipped did not oiled roads, which have become this city believe that the vessel was timonials.
the whole condition was such! that the Address F. J. CHENEY A CO.Toledo. OS
pay for the gathering, shipping: etc.; so popular in California and other West. driven to the shore during the high Sold by Druggists 75c. -

: very, best price realized for any packagewas hat ,to use these lands, if drained, to ern States, as well as in the East especially -i winds and tides that prevailed for several Hall's Family Pills are the best

: 180. increase the vegetable output would over Island where miles hours during the storm. The ves
on Long ,
.
??" Florida attending"
Responsible operators NOTICE
stock the markets and kill
the businessoff. sel is believed to have dragged
Car absolutely of oiled surface roads are in commis-
r the ese.eaikthat! the was -
And again there are a large numberof anchor and entered the marshes bordering To whom it may concern :
unfit' for shipment and that the sion and giving the greatest satisfac-
people in Dade county who are doing the bay. During the entire
Notice is
hereby given that the Seth
tion. upon
in their haite in
yA. to early on
W growers get well in the vegetable business (the overflows Senator storm the Gussie was anchored in Mobile day of October, A. D. 1900 or as soon thereafter -
the market were doing the market more and other drawbacks "And again, remarked as a hearing can be had the undersigned
keeping
a Bay where she was supposed to F. A. Strahan, Guardian of Robert &hoLeld
harm than good by shipping fruit which Mann, "these roads can be constructed 4
supply within the demand) who are be safe. Strahsn and Bay Sackett Strahan. minors,
is absolutely unfit for sale. greatly benetitted by the protection the at a much less coast than a macadamor and heirs of Mindy A. Chamberlin and Etta \
The steamer Fanita sailed today for C,, Strahan both deceased will
,
,
almost any other hard road and apery to the
water in the Everglades gives them from to" Gussie. The Honorable B. B. Wilson.
:.v The following mention of our honorablecircuit Mobile relieve the pas County Judge in
the (,'cold and why injure those people, require very little repairing when and for Brevard County Florida for an order "
,_ judge ie taken from the Miami sengers and crew of the Gussie left Hurd Jf
the mixture of oil and appointing George Commissioner of the
completed
when to do would the muck as
fi, News,. of last Thursday: "Aside from so put partof Mobile Bay on the steamer Natlok. Court with power and instructions to sell at
these lands in to be burned clay makes an adhesive composition, sale
: shape up private the undivided one seventh
being one of the ablest and most patient There has been considerable apprehension
by the annual: forest fires which I have: to which there is considerable flexibility interest of each of said minors Robert
judges on the bench in Florida, Judge in the city regarding the fate Schoffield Strahan and Ray Sackett Stra
seen burn by the acre. I believe sugarcane ; and when the wheel of a vehicle han heirs aforesaid of Mindy A. Chamberlin
Minor Jones is -
S S. who now holding of the Gussie. No word was received
:: is! the crop the governor proposes to or the foot of a horse happensto and Etta C. Strahan both deceased ia
; term of Dade circuit .coon i in this city, is from her during the storm and for a and to the following described had, situate,
use these lands for, but in all cases coming pick up a small bit of the materialthe and '
and lying being la the
mindful of the interests of the county time it was feared that the vessel had County of Brevard
..
under observation where and State of Florida t wit
:
: my sugar depression Is filled by the next
t of the in well thoee
people general as as
been wrecked. The news from Cap- Begin N. W. Corner Section 11, ran South
t who have questions at issue before his cane was grown on these lands it was a wheel passing thus rendering at all tain McKay that no serious damagehas 2JE. between See. 17 and 18" 11187 chains

\.. court.- In order to serve all of these interests failure, and abandoned because the sugarcane times a smooth and excellent sur thence North 71| E to a cornet post ia eeater
resulted to the vessel and that
deficient in saccharine of Titosville and Enterprise Road S.10 chains
matter
'
was "
g." in the most practical and satisfactory face. he and the passengers aboard are safe whence bean pine 8. 771 W 41} links 14 inches

s.: manner and to save time as well and was badly infested by worms that This class of road with a sixteen- in diameter. Pine 8. 66-8-4 E. 96 links,
did not bother the cane on the higher will be gladly received. 24 inchea in diameter. Beginning at this
?}; as expense to the litigants, as well as ex foot roadbed can be worked down corner and ran North 71-S-4 East tea feet and
to the Judge Jones has : lands and the black rich looking lands p&raUelwitJa Roberts Grove to Eut loandary
penae county, with 250 barrels of crude petroleum, Julius Caesar
that would grow dog fennel twelve feet line of N. W. | of N. W. 1 of Section 17. U.M
held night sessions of the court for thepMt at the most, says Senator Mann, and was a man ofnerve:but sickness left its chains; thence North i)West 9 chains; thence J
careless weeds two feet diameter
and
two; nighu.", high in oil for this purpose can be laid down mark and he becams aged before his South'DeW West to center of Tituril1e sad
would be left for the poor sandy time. Sickness is often caused by a tor- Enterprise Bead 1128 chains; thence slag

r. Under the: proposed constitutional higher lands which, with little fertlizer, In Gainesville at a cost not exceeding ped liver. Herbine will regulate your center of Road to starting It. Lao chains
..- $L25 barrel Should the roadbedbe liver and give health. Mrs. Carrie coDt&iDiDIIeTeD sad a half acres of land be
per
7 amendment:the drainsgeloommlssioners gave'satisfactory resulted And the price yen the same more or ksa. The same being fa

themselves are the judges as to whether a it would coat'to keep labor in the Everglade made narrower than sixteen feet, Austin Herbine, Hollon,the Kansas best,medicine writes: "I I consider ever Sec. 17,Township 21 & of Range S3 East

J& oooatfOfeds drsinafe-, Had yon thought section in insect season would make then, 'u a matter of coarse, a lesser beard of. I am never without it." Sold Guardian of Bobert Eeaoffield T.A.8TAHAJT.Btrafeaa and

R. of t6et feature of itt BOgar'trowing! '. unprofitable' ,if on the best quantity:will be required.. by Red Cross Pharmacy. Bay Sackett Strum minim

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< '<. ": ., N. "' =, .t) oAir I iMlr. fctep jRiIiilt ti home! '' .. .. Florida do hereby give notice that. cambia ooMty :> '.: { "' $ '"' key. J coMerreat with ttoClrwH at -
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'i.-' "' ... .'" "' men. Irish ;:: be held County la on 'hedmuteeanuddreaitJeda.f.-

sac, ..". .. .-.1/' :,.> ,,_..,.,?r." 0. 7"P"1 !=. ,91 1 l ptJrVifor.k, ; is':.something the North'and 'headed by a man roesday next succeeding the brat Monday in ty.and the same power.to iiue write of Mt*-: _
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7<'-. "" = >t4',from.the...-*ofofSeptem -' 4 November,A.IX,1908 the *id ,Tuesday .be- damns, injunction,quo warraaatoprobnutiOD eertiajwi,* } ,;
Jr.t.-"JIF f 1.11. ;; 6"-, ;.-'i mofc thin isimple hlfr'dressI known as,Liverpool,:a popnlar'charae' ,. 0\ 'habeas corpus and all writs prop-' ,=,_

.", t.. .:,'mc.' .,.,._"_,, ,, .,.., ".'#-_,.' ,, ft" StfT-a-J I _vJt; 1""if**i*:hair' *?'medicine'- "Atrtflelci ter among the etensioa'bands,! SIXTH! DAY' OF,NOVEMBERtor er aDd necessary to the complete exercise ofrtheir "\) ;
; .,. jurisdiction as the circuit court sad drv = ,

..,. :" # _,".-> ,".>_ ',. '",.',. --. ""."iEi'-.-,".._' -th. t t- : hair,food.' ,Th. storm''greir fierce, afters the the ratification or rejection.of the'said cult judge of said,county, except the power' .

_. ,,' "i. >..: -i1i _IIY.-'. 'i..:;" ton. -"' a'iwk aidofatsitimonialhold party_hadgotten' away,:but-!they,;being Joint Resolutions proposing Amendments to and grand, authority fury.' to. summon* and empanel a- '; 7

.t .. "&h..r" eQ j t. > for' .'elxty years." good swimmers indwell_ acquainted ; the,Constitution of the State of Florida,via: .Section 42. There shall be six terms of said : "

,< .. .1 : .oa.rir':to.uCo'1 : = .s .._t.o.yaoaLewt4xas. with :the;;section 'over', which:they ,ARTICLE,XX VUL court Section in each year. =,-
jp 43. There hall be for said
court
'rI : \ l :iEAIM 1 ,.. a.
_; >, ;iHi ; l E0 0"Nt"v were to travel ,'no'' fears;were felt:as That the following amendment to.Article prosecuting attorney who shall be appointed
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_ :,- ': ._ '! ''' :4'i :' :'; } : 1 :>"" -.IAISAP toctheli"l8fe17''th.e skiff- had XVI of the Constitution of the State of Florida b7 the Governor and confirmed by the Senate*

_ "" <.; ;' .. !j. lMftturhediforof' < .f,. 1/elS"us. they be and it is hereby agreed to and shall and who- shall hold his office for four yearn V
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;;! >" i'.hfaiI :' TI 6rA -. '-.181TOtWY -- used was picked up the next day'.at.a. be submitted to the electors of the State at Sis, compensation shall be fixed by law.
.- ..,... .. '' '. : -" .. point-half between Key/West: .and the general election to be held on the first Section 41. All offenses triable iu said court-
'I'. ;"# way" Tuesday after the first Monday NovemberA. shall be prosecuted upon information under

o ,'-: ', <;' fm"rr.''\t:: ". 'Z- : ; board\f Ait. ,Lind and Lire4,0 tik; Long.Key.No .. D. 1908 for ratification or rejection. oath to be filed by the prosecuting attorney.but ::
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tidings been heard .fromthcT
".3''': ..\: :ov"Tfc. Ji ome 'EdiKeene. ,' at. Kim Pesi7, -. ".tliilt Railroad'that a.meetingwilt ;have ,the State Treasurer, the Attorney General county may indict for any offense triable in ;

.. .--., .."'t"..!'ii1'.;."'. .t .'. ,be" held \. : 'Pneld&j;.ut. The judge
< if.-f"-' IJf: I - >, vtor (.-, waters the State of and their snceesson in indictment the circuit shall commit or
:e, ii i_sohoolbatgUng' W saved. by. purpose of adopting an order ,along the course they took are office are hereby-eonstitnted and designated bail the accused for trial in the court of reootd -.

,, .".,i';, <. rkL1 M .,...J.oi" -' reqnlring/th : ofa'tinlonPa3enger' the deepest and most dangerous along as a board of drainage commissioners and are which trial shall be upon information.
_ -'./ ., roo ". 1r' .; ;coMtrncJlon" : : hereby authorised and empowered to esUb- Section 45. The clerk of said court shall be ,
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ii_ .I. ;'IF .r t the extension' route, 'there /is little
";.: r"a"1' '* epot at Live Oak, the ra1lroP.tO lieu a system of canals drains levees dikes elected by the electors of Pnnmbia county ? .
<'.w.-J. ., :' : [ : 8--foon tin doubt:,that 'the men were overtutned and reservoirs of such dimensions and depth, and shall hold office for four and his
_"'r.i |., be;eutendedYand?greatly ImproTed.. ;, :tfwn opportunity to o"fHawk' as in the judgment of said board of drainage compensation shall be fixed fLearB. The
1 t 'il&a'"" ; bow 'why-said> ;order, should d ;not' be and:drowned in therapids commissioners is deemed advisible to drain sheriff of Escambia county execntve '- -

_ ,.:' : ( ijto/be'proTided f9iith adopted:, 'Nesl''i3 P- improve.mentii' channel. and reclaim the swamp and overflowed lands officer of said court, and his duties and
-,5, 'If' or within the State fee shall be fixed
f. 1 of-the line{ .Xo of Florida, or such parts or by law. _
"-', "x'= "" 3FlrotNatfonat<'y' "- -. ".." 1n;the r ones: have, beenordered Sick Headache Cared portions thereof as is deemed best by said Section 46. The same rules of procedureand

I l 0 Bank(of Marian- atLee; MinneolalLeeaburgWIldwood Sick headache n caused by derangement board of drainage commissioners from time to practice which obtain in the circuit court

I' begin the erection of one :Lawtey of the stomach and by indigestion.Chamberlain's time and to provide fur the irrigation of the of the. county shall obtain in ,the court
soon ands reclaimed, and maintain such of record, and all laws relative criminal
: Arcadia, Brook- to canals to
.f.ll m st"m 4entb,'bundini.. .!aA Stomach and Liver Tablets drains levees, dikes. and reservoirs such courts of record,except as otherwise provided -
,
-. Tille,..Cadillac, Palatka'and .Rochelle, "correct these disorders and effect a
t ; shall
-' r-JJ manner as will be most advantageous to the herein apply to and control the court. '
riA. Thrial' will be "
': $ '. seed .- cure/ By taking these tablets as soon as territory so drained,the State of Florida, its of record. Change of venue may be bad from

'- $ Bftive_ : ,,limestone. with. .'m, trimdgarmarkera i)ml'a Inlaid Torture the first indication of the disease appears, inhabitants and the commerce thereof. the court of record to the circuit court of an-
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_ 'S" 1 .- 1'c la no worn tbaif the terribTe case of piles the attack .may be warded off. For sale .. Section 33. That the board of drainage other county for the same causes and uuder-
( } g' .f 1. : 0\ commissioners are hereby authorized and the laws providing for changing the venue
; that'afflicted::use 10 years Then I was by druggists, and medicine dealers. >
_ to establish districts and from the circuit of
of, the HavanaA empowered drainage court one county to the ;
: f' !: advised to epplyBncklen'e :Arnica Salve, That DeLand-Daytona Bailroad fix the boundaries thereof in the State of Flor- circuit court of another county. The Oov

J : *.eri(5an,CkjmpanV of Key West,'who and< leas,than' ft permanently cured ida. That the board drainage commissioners -' ernur may in his discretion, order the circuit'

_ a'l were;,on strike tor some*' timehavesne ;; DM,"..write.&."Napier, of Ragles, Ky.' Mr. Reiman who at one time was be and it is authorized and empower. judge of Escambia ,county or of any other
:\ ,_ Heala all --wouud;' barns and sores like sot active in matters connected with ed to prepare a list or lists of all the alluvialor county to hold one or more terms or parts l

4 :. :back to work,; haOD'hetr magics, 25 cents at .Eed Cross Pharmacy.0 swamp and overflowed taxable lands terms of the court of record. Any civil cause -
., the proposed Daytona DeLand & St within such drainage district or districts ia the court of .record may be tried before =
resumed 'opiratWnIMonday -
:fist' factory .
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: 11 and thereon referee or in case of
PI : Ii Blew s Gale at Bel West Johns .River Railroad has recently levy an acreage tax the'disqualification or
/ 4 *, .* t t-* ., % not exceeding ten cents per acre per annum the judge of the court of record, may be tried. ;F
hr. from.the Miami Begird. published a card in the Daytona Ga to be fixed annually by said boardof by a judge ad litem, or may be transferred to>

\ ": 1rb.pec. election on the question From 01llc.erB"on. board the Miami zette-News, in which he'indicates'that drainage commissioners and the various the circuit court of Escambia county or any 4
'fOf JIIu1D.&i.- IiO.ooouoL bonds in ,thetaifdisMct tax assessors of the various counties embracedin other county in the same way and according
rr laid "'over in'>Key, West .dUring the lithe parties at present In"charge .of part or in whole within such drainage district to the same piovisionsas govern such proceedings

; Weat.Palm Baicti.school, storm of Monday' night(' and Tuesday the, road or, as he terms them "his or districts shall receive such list or lists in the circuit court of Escambia coon- .
l' "U':beLl in, .that\;city; .Tuesday and and enter the same upon the tax rolls of the ty.
; morning, it-was learned that the wind associates," do not build the road county or counties in which such lands may Section 41. The So of toe State i
resulted in ,favor.ol bonds by a:Vote lie and the amount levied the board of hall have jurisdiction
so by appellate in all
l } build cases
forthwith that he will to
blew miles proceed
:at the rate trf sixty hour ; ,
of,'J ;.t.o/4.8i.' Wi8t'Palm!Beahtiwjll ; tiifil't. .such'.a school at,that"pblnt, White the center of. the one.himself, paralleling the proposed form: as may be prescribed by the board of of record and in cases of conviction of felony
: -\f* : w b6 }blleato provide his drainage commissioners from time to time In the court of record. The circuit court of

v..1 .... ',buUc1la.. rasllJ needed. t shrmiras'200miles: ; away. route of this road. concluding which amounts shall be collected by the var. Escambia county shall have final appellate r
.. Several large transports put. into letter Mr. Reiman says: "It is not due Ions tax collectors of the counties wherein jurisdiction of all misdemeanors tried in the =
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_ ,f.it. ' of mine
'ft1. of.,'John C. 'Lewis, while coming "upthe' Key West steamer to any are collected in accordance with law,and pay prosecuted from the court of record, whether -e'
.J. Olivette was twenty-four hours going in its 'present condition, for had my over said amounts collected to the board of to the Supreme Court or Circuit Court, shall ..
i A {: bay Saturday and rounding' the, ,', advice in this drainage commissioners, said commissionersshall be prosecuted in the same way and according-
associates taken
F'- point'below thelong'dock was'struck between Key West and Tampa, ,my have a lien superior to all other liens i to the same rules as govern such proceedings
$ : and came near being lost while the matter it'would have been completedin upon the taxable lands in any such drainage from the Circuit Court to the Supreme Court.
., ty a sudden Whirlwind. and capsized. districts to be enforced by tax levy for the Approved June 6,1905.ARTICLE ,
Olivette could only travel four miles time for use this season. Under
cost of work done under the provisions
She lost hef cargo of 1.000 mullet.. Itrequired any XXXII. a
. tee: an hour on her trip:from Havana to the present circumstances this will hereof, or done prior to the adoption of this That the following amendment ,
; .. seyerat.days to tight;her. It amendment, under the provisions of an act of to Article
Key.West, so fierce-was the gale.A not be done. the; Legislature passed in 1905. CVII of the Constitution of the State of
i'jit' '. ', being Tuesday before she resumed her Florida be, and the is
same hereby agreed to>
in Section 34. That the board of ,drainage
"It is now 'up to' my associates
;V ;tun. Pontes gorda. Herald.FormerGovernor Hoe Worthy Article commissioners be and it is authorized to exercise and shall be submitted to the electors of the
1 | : '
:. ,' .' ? \+ article the D., D. & St. J. R. R. Co. to either the right of eminent domain in the con State at the general election in 1906 for ratification -
When has been the
.1f ..' W. S.Jennings, of an on mar. out their contracts with and demnation of land for the location of its canals or rejection:
carry
ket for and friends Section 1. Either
gains branch of the Legislature-
years every ,
drains levees dikes and reservoirs for
.!iti \Jacksonville" ;"hap filed"a'jnlt!.for.crimVinal year, it is safe to call this medicine a obligations to me and the people by the; purposes aforesaid and may enter upon, at a regular session thereof, may propose

libetagainst| Alfred St. Clair- worthy one. Such is Ballard's Horehonnd building and operating the proposedline take and use such land as it may, pending amendments be to this Constitution, and if the
fit same three
agreed toby -fiftbs of all the:
Syrup. It coughs and all condemnation deem
cures
positively proceedings,
Abramto&Taiare8; and A. K. Taylor, Andif necessary members elected to each
.fiT'fi ; pulmonary diseases. One of the best or else permit me to do so. fot such purposes, and in ascertaining the house such proposed
:of'lacboarWe., The charge is based known' which has been discontinued compensation to be paid forsnch land or rightof amendments shall be entered upon their respective
:-J ,.. ; merchants in Mobile, Ala., says: the work Journals with the yeas and nays and
benefits to be derived from such
"t :npon ft article .hI appeared. in the "For five years my family has not been'roubled' (as I contend, for no good drainage way shall be considered by the jury. shall be published in one newspaper in each

Tavaresr'Herald September 24, together with the winter coughs we owe if Section 39. The Legislature provide county, where a newspaper is published for
reason) is not soon resumed. or may month
<. this Ballard's Horehound Syrup. I ; one immediately preceding the next
for! the assessment of benefits derived by lands
,yn1 :*' ;with a cartoon which Governor know it has .saved my children from they .decline to cooperate,toward'the by reason of such drainage and the collection general election of Representatives, at which

; alleges is false ma- sick Sold Red Cross thereof the therefrom shall be election the same shall be submitted to the
r : : Jennings mauy spells. by construction of the line I shall take ; proceeds paidto electors of the State for
approval or rejection
the board of drainage commissioners to be
\ .. lidoas.- .and 'scandalous criminal' libel. Pharmacy. '.' steps to build a railroad between the used by them for such drainage purposes.* If a majority of the electors voting upon
"$ the amendments such
f' at election shall adopt
'" 1'Mr. ;James. McFarlane'. one of the Plucky'Little Girl same points over a p l.courBe. 1 Approved May 27. 1905. the amendments the same shall become a part ,

'!.T' 4 ::-:tt ,oidestand: '; ,best known:citizens! of this Last Sunday, near the mill of Zachary will say.further .to the people of V- ARTICLE XXIX. of ments the shall Constitution.be so submitted The proposed as to enable amend.the s

= : 'section dropped dead from rheart: fail & Dickenson. little,Myrtle:Dlcken- lush County that I have ample cap. That Section nine (9)) of Article five ((5)) of electors: to vote on each amendment separatey.

., ire Mojtday 'afternoon at. his home, sOn stepped on a rattlesnake with her ita! available for building this line the Constitution of the State of Florida be All amendments adopted at the electionat ,
amended
is readas
and the same hereby so as to which this is submitted or heretofore

4 i, about.eli Vmilea ,uptake. Worth;. Mr. bare'feet. ,The bite was-inatantaneousand and am determined to nee that this is follows viz: adopted by the electors are hereby declared 1
"Section 9. The salary of each Justice of part of the Constitution from the date of tho
had' been la : health the' bottom of the foot Immediately accomplished.
f.c >;McFarlane ; poor, oji the Supreme Court shall be four thousand adoption of the same. 4

tJ '! Jfor.the past.tea" weeks or more,.and Mrs. Dickenson., who was A Lucky FoittniitreM ($4,000) dollars a year. The salary of each Approved June 6, 1905. .
Circuit Judge shall be three thousand five The votes in
cast with said
':. fhad.been: in this city for medical attention. with her, daughter. I killed the snake. is Mrs. Alexander, of Cary Me., who has hundred ($3.500) dollars a year." amendments compliance and the canvass declarations prop -

f 'Monday afternoon, almost tightly bound the foot above the ankleto found Dr. King's New Life Pills to be That the foregoing amendment to Section and returns thereof shall be subjected

.. : in that the beet remedy she ever tried for keepingthe ..9 of Article V of the Constitution is hereby to the same regulations and restrictions as are
immediately after ,leaving the house prevent the circulation part stomach, liver and bowels in perfect I agreed to and the same shall be submitted to provided by law for general elections in the

.j' .. 'he'fell, and before'he.could, be. reached of the body and proceeded. to order. You'll agree with her if you try I the electors of the State for approval or rejection state of Florida.IN .
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.w.'. C e Tropical'Sun. cut the poisoned place with a pocket- these painless purifiers that infuse new at the next general election of repre TESTIMONY WHEREOF,I have here-
;:. .,,he had Cross Pharm sentatives as required by Section 1, Article unto set my hand and affixed the
Red
'Ben Aiken who at knife until it. bled freely.. She then life. Guaranteed by XVII of the Constitution. [I. S.] Great Seal of the State of Florida,at
i i iBDlbi r was acy. Price 25 cents. Approved Hay 3t. 1005. Tallahassee the Capital this first
tree tur-
from pine some
.wf the:throttle of last night's train as far procured a ARTICLE XXX. day of August. A. D., 1908. ,
which she all over the ,Kissed a Bleb Haul H. CLAY
Pierce rttttrned this morning pinetine, put CBAWFOKD,
Fort
J1 as From the Tampa Tribune. That the following amendment to ArticleV Secretary of State. .
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in
[J :' tl, 'on the.1:60': train'bringing. 'with" him Ly. wound. A negro man was passing Tampa thieves missed a rich haul of the Constitution of the State of Florida, To J. P. BBOWN, Sheriff Brevard County. J

'' 'wildcat itruck by the a ,cart' which he readily offered for relative to the Judiciary Department to be Titusville. Fla.. Aug.3.
q-t ,. ]urtl which was little Friday night in not discovering W. W. numbered Section 39 of said Article V. be and
was soon
the asking. The girl ,
'triI J-t nt6ht aiew mUea' norfc: of Christian white man, before the police the same is hereby agreed to and shall be 'f
f oa her way to the doctor and to her submitted to the electors of the State at the BOBBINSQEAHAM :
it Laiderdale'YKr. Aiken: etopptng this had him locked at the police sta-
?> Dr. Bond up general election to be held on the first Tuesday
in this city. cameas (
'.,".-. morning;and:getting'it, ,The animal home. tlon. after the first Monday in November A. 1
: '. especlrSeo I.Dd.Wm liMb- soon as they were home and he f' D. 190i for ratification or rejection, to-wit: It :
'; ,. was a t1 About 6:30 p. m. someone telephoned Section 39. The annual salary of the

.t_:,... :., 'IIHT".' .".ititaf. f mind' 'and police headquarters that there judges of each of the Criminal Courts of Record CO., .J
r"' courage, of .the mother saved the life now or hereafter to be, established shall a
$:' '. 'Qaitaa; rlo iq'tor JIeOn .who,ban of they:chl d, was a drunken man asleep near the be paid q-iarterly by the county where such (Incorporated Paid ap Capital |t5..000.(0. .1

I 4 'never Been,such an anlmaL-Miami : Seaboard freight depot court is established, and shall be as follows: This company owns land .
j ; The' snake, as stated aoove. was In counties le>s than fifteen thousand population in the Indian River Country

', :Y. *
Citizen that and Christian sleeping on from fifteen thousand to twenty.five thousand at New River and on Bie-
The;Key Vest proposes depot found
; : found, to have eight rattles and a population fifteen hundred dollars; in counties

\ .:' -_ :N qb!24th, anniversary of the button.. the porch of an old unused packing of from twenty-five thousand to thirty. cayne Bay. ;

.: : _:th tQa4tfu1 of, earth house nearby. He aroused'the man five thousand population two thousand d.l- PRICES TO SUIT THE TrM S.
;aq '
A The little girl was anxious that her lan;and in counties of more than thirty-five Send for land Hit.

''. :WM'turned on the",iiDd for the Florida mother cut her foot and that the and soon had him at the station. thousand population, twenty-five hundred OFFICER 41
dollars. hereby repealing and all
( any partor
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f' ;:Sot;CO taWay .extension, bestebetited doctor inheritednerve. Night Sergeant D. H. Osborn upon TITDSVILLE AND MIAMI.
.1. '4c '. ; do so, too. Genuine, parts of the said Constitution in conflict j
41 "ijtos wiwte people of Key Tallahassee True Democrat. searching the man found ,25 in herewith.
ENNIS & FORT
't: *e t.Itoalls -'.the "blrthdq..of the gold in a little bag also a |1 bill and Approved June 6,1905.ARTICLE :.

.,..,.,-f ; I'Y' .- { ." ,.. : C.rei, XXXI. O
AwfU Orach .
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.., .'i 'V_ "_'t" ", i 0 .1111 ;A* 8 cents upon his person. He was
-p. "n t t. ; :'"Two:years .ago 'our' little girl had a That the following amendments to ArticleV

"; ,.t. eleluate.. it:with" _anold-fa8hloned. ",- JoleaaoB touch pneumonia which left her with locked up'for ,half an hour until he of the Constitution of the State of Florida, BlactsmilliiDg and Repair Work .
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;, ./1 ''.:; ', pende- }-bra*..' und.,. an awful cough.., She bad spells of coogh- had partially sobered. His money was relative to the Judiciary Department to be
e x1. _Dr :- '> with ,the,whooping numbered Sections 40. 4t, 42 43, 44,43, 46 and i'
.like-one safe he
g'rteut1nc d toewyk 'jthatthe Iog jest then locked up in. a and was ,
-:1,0 ., a. 'thought she wonW not i 47,of said Article V, be and the same are TITUSVILLE. FLA. ,
!' actatdeoTStat of1a4Ykwitbt; eoiiIti' sent. :to the DeSoto Hotel for the hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to f
4 .. :,"J. '0' ;0 Well at alL:We got a'bottle of Cham the electors of the State at the general election Wagons made and repaired. Hone Shoeing "

_:-..i1:>"';!": Its"',-,IaQTtsnt)1IIcance, ', 'to: Key. 'j tarbiia's Q Bemedy,*,which acted night to be held on the first Tuesday after the aipecialty. Work from any part of Indian ,i
l.< "' -.H-aJ..be-" : 'T' i.'<' likes charm:She stopped coofhinf and When he left the station he professed first Monday in November. A. D, 1906, for River or anywhere in the county will receive

..! 'W"-.' t > ,; < .1 got' stout'and fct"wntM,. Ora Bos- {be drunk remember: ratification or rejection -wit oar careful attention. We the freight I
tarns "Tti.dati1t t eo--I. I Ic. Brokatov ID."Tburreae T is for : Section 4O There shall be .established in one way and guarantee to give you aatu&ction.
,' :: : Line by all .aDd medicine dealers. f_ what place lie came to Tampa. the county of Escambia ,.whenever the voters Send u your work.
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ar' .wttIa ,o'llil'bLt" I"1 coach fa favor of JfKDicorcs or KXOWV Why-is.it that the" '
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al ;;" :.i' .# ''i'ii :.:'-:% ... -.,., ,.".'D".. "x'-4<....,.lnelsV.....-......,'iI.,? \ ....-.-..-.. to swallow. whether. H be.. .food", drink.' ormedlcbe "j ti.
I '.: rJ lie. id_ b QAyit Jersej Becogulaing- this growing disposition Ludwigi' "

,... z,..,.......:,:..ntb;" '".....;.: r1f 'Ate site committee laU laat.e&d4 on the,part of the'public, and satisfied ., .
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t only
''"ti 4''-: "' > "3 '' that the fullest publicity can add to .
% ;f'ts j t deposittor!tnelkaafOrmelly r --
'' -I thews. l-earned reputation of his modi 'i" ;
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., '. '-.<-.-. ta'iltvealle'e' pCatiopal.their.tutlogZupn clues Dr.&V.Pierce, of Buffalo,N. Y., ip : '
.....,. } :t'4, ,' .- has "taken.time by the forelock;" as it -. ;;".--
:;'J *- J- fW. : ;the Pailider: teai Ei ..
jneMthek1ad; ,, ; ;" :, -i" ,". ": were: and to publishing broadcast a list r

.,.".''.-,,<:.- 'c :or"-'i.i. .I':.at...,"the.bbt?:, ewoort'eaye: the.New" York, Bun._* of leading:aft 4he'medicines:ingredients,.the entering'Golden into Medical his x Piano \ : V
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rii'p-'I' :',". .. ..'.. :'1IJi9IIf-1ID&JL-W!>>'!was- I.',Tbt':dent" ..win-...,put,through late" :theother Discovery'the popular liver invigorator .

.'i.. ._< "0". ,;. ',0.. ...-,+."i.Ii! Lridahe;: newel. :post:ai... ifsin ... >" afternoon wheir: :Mr. ,Sinclair; stomach tonic,' Her and heartregulator
.. / "Jl;. .......' .- also of over
!::. ,. ', > :- -.. ..WI'....". Edwin S. :Potter'and'I UIa' ; ; Prescrip t
<. .."., ...: .. H''' '.:> .t, ..#. .4 ., <'YRaas .. ', : .'9.. .Jonesmet tion for weak broken-
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; : y:.-..;t?, talPEwt ';;:'iH" alldtreakhatelse .John".wrcralg.-who has been rondni'ting down nervous and invalid women. preferred by those'who are admittedly t:1
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.. "'- : ;;: .it.' from electric mwpon the cor- a boysschool inHelcoaHaIlfor : This bold and outspoken movement on

-;w'&: -':::,giijri,, 'tf ,;;; d'lto1mdlts'nf"Unii-,. ; ., ? tc _gh- 'a"youwflfeTwuVyour '. ;seine years, and ;made; arrangements exactly the,part what of. Dr.his t Pierce-, nown has, by medicinesare showing the. best judges of tone. ? The answer is e
el bI tbeIndow shade.; '
'-<0'; ':;.5 : .r.8\-.v. : :'the-lady: ; Sinclair Cooperative: ome-.colony expects harping critics who have heretofore unjustly easy. It is because everyone who has
attacked them. A little pamphlet
i- J Ie&\fairly'leltping upon;the Intruder'.It ; :
: : be alTsettled: Helicon Hall '
to. .has been compiled from the standard
,i Tj4clapping.her.pinowover; : ;>> itis-bead: ,by the 1st November.: :medical' authorities of all the several played the Ludwig knows that in it .
f t.; ."" :and' facev'f-ril,teach yon aleaaon that SlneJ IrJm'f'gomg'to: be the star schools of practice, showing the strongest
': &i ... tl den't think you'll forget in a,hurryfThen endorsements by leading medical writersof V
: ...that
;: k attraction,of the home colony by/any the several ingredients which enter into is embodied every artistic quality
"
,. i:{ ,by-a: dexterous. twist:,she..sueneeded.in means., One :of its members -I. Dr. Dr.' Pierce's medicines. A copy of this

; ..getting: .:.fingers.into btu John Dewey,,:,professor of' philosophy little book is mailed free to any one desiring it meets every demand of the expertre-:
t baize Wlth a.gnlek. ,'jerk sbe.swnng: at 'Columbia.*' .Two', other Columbia to learn more concerning the valuable ,

o>.if 'Ids'head against,the."eharpcorIer''of! men, -William; Noyes'and W., p, Mon, into,composition native,medicinal of plants Dr. Pierce's which enter med- quired for the truest interpretation of
.f the,newel before he could recover '
.. post ,
i. tague, lecturers, are on the list Other icines. Address Dr. Pierce as above.
J 1't ; f o1n"the shock be.had.sustained.whensfce' members are;William J. Lampton,:Ed* Dr.Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are tiny,say 'music--that it that inde-
"-# Y ar-coited anti-bllkms. granules. They tegulato possesses
$ : bad flung e l.uponbland.h. win Edwin- :
BIO'km D, S. Potter Ellis and invigorate Stomach. Liver and
t ,,7. 'collapsed: rolling over on:the'floor=. atiIt 0.. Jones and D. C. Berber, '. Dr. Charles Bowels-Do not beret the "p111 habit." but scribable delicate charm which is difficult
'4jt' -< : be.had,been felled with an ax,. H. Castle has heard.the call of thecosops can constipation. One or two each day for I
a laxative and regulator three or four for an
';o' .''At that monicotUttle.l3osle:. and theWted away out in. Cincinnati. active cathartic.. ,Once tried always in taTor. analyze but which is designatedby

-....1... ....J". ,.- girl. got downstairs. and'the. lights. r valuable member the colony will ........ DOO GIVEN AWAY, in copies of ,
'f.'t-. ::1. The People's Common Sense
.f'-" turned up. : be;Dr.:James T. Gwathmey, who has Medical Adviser a book that sold to the extent some musicians who appreciate thatit
r f 01' ,4"Mereltnl.hearenl".crled.D. : IraNigga- be living In:New York.; Dr. Gwath of SOUK copies a few ,
worth she.looked'at.the'upturned yean'ago a* : ,as
s .H. mey, said the other night that his specialty -
Last;
year we rare away can correctly protray varying
every
; '< .face.of the"unconaclous"housebreakers :Is. :administering "anaesthetics, _GOO worth of these InYaluable -
r a:f 'T._thought it Wasml" and he is going over more for the sake books. This year we shall
e Ire ;away 160,000 worth of emotion as'the "soul" of the Ludwig -
t _,After which:she fainted'betma, of.bas son and daughter than. for professional them. Will you share la this ,, .
t.. they could revive her:the*thief made. tenet? If so. send only 21 a -
tx:: reasons.' one-cent stamps to cover cost ...
r 5 h : ;bis.escape.-Chlttgo'Record-Herald.. < Helicon- Hall stands In the center,of of mailing only for book In

;.sr ,i<:.' .1 .', .. '. .r a nine ace park in the corner of a fifteen far stiff doth-bo1lDd.paper covers Adder Dir.' Sold by
'tf; Tao .CaddU's .Rc lr. mile forest, which stretches'along B.V. Plato. Buffalo N.7. : s''t ."
t f? ..:, Walter.J.;.Travis,' the golfer,. set up the Palisades' It',ls two stories anda i, .. ,

a r;! t. t; his'ball and then made half a dozen half high,.is of gray stone and surrounds Indian River
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\t. ., 'inrI.heaJ the short grass With- ,the 'a spacious court The building improvement in line and surface duringthe

'! lot ..,.driver." has a little theater and a bowling alley ,,.ear. The award takes place at
Z -.'"I:' am not In;good form' he'said "I in it. On the grounds is a-one story the end of the general manager's tour Music House

,&}.'playing like .a'broker we had here building, 'formerly used as 'a recitation In Pittsburgh

t last week.. room which is to serve the same purpose -
: .' This .broker Clayed ,once Around. for the little children of the colony"when Gills Killing Kansas GrasshonBer
'" Baking:a 'dr dfulexbtbltJon; of him.' It gets in full swing. There were The great flock of sea gulls,that is TITUSVILLE FLORIDA

..: 'self. ,"Of'this, though, be was not.fry only 'twelve children in the colony recently clearing luka township. Kan. of grass- ,
,awareHe was.doing pretty well for hoppers Is much appreciated: by the

4 3,...\ Urn. No one would say how much Helicon people up there, says the Pratt Union .
;: "The man's caddie was an unusually Hall and its surroundings is to cost the While driving in that 'township the
)} :, quiet stolid lad; a boy-with a freckled home colonists, but fhe buildings are other day we saw at some distance

face, quite devoid of expression., valued at $50,000, and land in that ry tat seemed to be a big lot of new

y+ .iJ "And .since; the caddie never once neighborhood has been selling at $2,000 tin cans In great numbers stretched
'**4 'V laughed or sneered .at his bad play an acre, so that apparently it,Isn't go across a quarter section of land. Pres- THE SOHMER-CECILIAN PIANO

.:; : 1- the broker took_a fancy to him.' And Ing'to set them back less than about ently we discovered there was life and
: be said at the end of,the round in the $70.000. From the hall the colonistscan activity in the white objects glisteningin THE FARRAND-OEOILIAN PIANO

a "x hope of getting a compliment:, see all over Hackensack. val the sunlight and thgn we discovered

a "'n ".'I ebeen, traveling for the.last ley, even as the Ramapo mountains it .to be countless thousands of sea THE CECILIAN PLAYER PIANO .

q six months. I am quite out of practice forty miles an). pUs.'ltretcbed I across the fields and 1- .

.r" This is why. I am in such bad catching hoppers and bugs. They were '. 3tir

3 d< '" form today.' Lest We not wild, as one could drive within & t.t' .

..;'l "The caddie replied calmly. :- forget-Baby is restless, can't sleep at few'rods of them and not disturb them .-' t

t x 44 Then ye've played before have ye. night, wont eat, cries spasmodically. In the least :',

?J--" ,. airy "Kansas City Independent bottle of White's. Cream Vermifuge never Nothing Fear g l ttF .
, .19' ,.. .' fails to cure Every mother should give
4 v Yd'i-' All .Locked. Alike her baby White's Cream,Vermi nJe. So !' Mothers need have no hesitancy in t i
t ; Uncle. Eph had long boasted' that- he many times when the baby is pale and continuing to give Chamberlain's Cough F ,a :
, .tf-' had never needed the services of a doctor fretful, the mother does not know whatto Remedy to their little ones, 8f it contains
:: do. A 'bottle of this medicine would absolutely nothing injurious. This remedy:
"; bat he was ill and his
now neighbor
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bring color to his cheeks and laughter to is not only perfectly safe to give email
rte : 'i felt that the time had come when a it children butts medicine
his eyes. Give a.trial. Sold by Red a of great worth
physician should: be: called. Cross Pharmacy. and merit It has a world wide reputation eat I ,
:$ "Come now,< Uncle Eph." .said she. for its cures of conghr: colds and 4'an .st

.: .... 'we. will call whoever. you wish. You always be relied upon. Fur sale t>y all
i ", know there's a good, allopath and a PRIZES .FOR EMPLOYEES. druggists and medicine dealers
': good homeopath, and there's new doctor

" 't w&;it an osteopath.. Now who'll you Railroad's Hovel Better Offer Tracks.For Saferand Advice to the Aged.

,3 +.3. have?" .
k iri ,'Waal," drawled Uncle Eph.. ". dun- The Pennsylvania railroad will soon Age brings infirmities,such as slug pj I ,
distribute $ .400 in prizes to the men gbh I>>bowels weak kidneys and bladder >> .
, '_ no es it matters.. They,do say that all and TORPID LI YER.Tutt'sPills.
k. .,t paths lead to the'grave.Lipplncott's3agazine. having charge of the company's main
1111 11II
,''i--, \ line tracks between New York and
'" oS' Pittsburg and between Philadelphia
'" I un '_ II
fl' Particular.jysI and Washington says the New York J.

Evening Sun. liii f. yrrL1
"The purpose of the prizes" the com-

pany announces "is to excite a healthy have a specific effect on these organs, r If y 1+2 r
+ / rivalry among supervisors and assist- stimulating the bowels,causing them lr
ant supervisors In keeping the tracks to perform their natural functions u -

of their particular divisions In the safest in youth&lidIMPARTING ':!--- ',_

and most perfect condition. The VIGOR -

general manager's annual 'InspectIon to the kidneys,bladder and LIVER.
will be made In a few days. AH general They are adapted to old and young.
superintendents, their assistant engineers A line that meets all demands

1 supervisors and assistant supervisors NOTICE OF ELECTIONTo both as to quality and price -
j 1 will make this trip. There

will be about 250 in the party, which Selling Price from $450 to $850
will travel in the special track observation
the Sheriff of Brevard County, of the
cars of the company. State of Florida: Full particulars sent on application
"Six prizes one of $1,200. four of Be it known, that I. II CLAY CRAWFORD -
$800 and one of,$1.000 will be given to Secretary of State of the State of Florida
.e. !' do hereby give notice that a
those supervisors and their assistants
I. having the best line and surface of GENERAL ELECTIONWill INDIAN RIVER MUSIC WE TITUSVILIB '

.
,f'. track between Jersey City and Pitts- .
be held in Brevard County, State of
burg and Philadelphia and Washington Florida, on Tuesday next succeeding the first
V "Why do you bring. strainer with during the year preceding the annual Monday in November, A. D. 1906. the said
the glass'of milk?" Inspection. The main or 'Klondike Tuesday being the

V "Some people arc so particular about prize,' as it Is called will be awardedfor SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBERFor 8BABDARDAIRLINE )
t< a few 1IIea.-F1legende Blatter. the best line and surface maintained -
One Representative of the Second Con-
for the past full year. The $1,000 gressional District of Florida in the Sixtieth
,, Ie NeftIeN w...*. prize will be awarded for the greatestIs Congress of the United States. : RAILWAY.
The goldfish In'the little aquarium For Two Justices of the Supreme Court of -FOR-
bad thriven quite weir until a few the MOOD Inhabited? the State of Florida.
-weeks after they bad been intrusted to For Two Railroad Commissioners for the Savannah Columbia
Science has proven that the moon has State of Florid Southern Pines
4 the: care of the new maid, when they an atmosphere, which makes life in some For One :Member of the House of Representatives -. '
i were found feebly floating almost on form possible on that satellite! but not for of the State of Florida. Richmond Washington, Baltimore.
V -..their'ba ts. human beings who have hard For County Judge.
a enough Philadelphia New York
For County Assessor of Taxes.
SV "Harriet," called the anxious' mistress time on this earth of ours;especial! those For Tax CollectorFor ,

I "have you given the. fish any who don't know that Electric Bitters County Treasurer. TWO ELEGANT TRAINS
DAILY.
<
Xresh water lately cure headache, biliousness, malaria, For Five County Commissioners.For .
err "No ma'am." ,answered Harrietnbqr.haveat chills and fever, jaundice, dyspepsia, Three Membeis of the County Beard of SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL. V
dizziness liver Public Instruction.For .
,torpid ,kidney complaints, ,
drank the
water I
11'89,1h general debility and female weaknesses.! Justice of the Peace in Iud for the fol. i -
1 m last month yet.' =Woman's HomeCompanion. Unequalled ms general tonic and appetizer lowing IS 19. SO.Justice Districts viz: No.2, 3, 5, 7, MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPJIENT.ONLY .

.. for weak persons and especially for For Constable in
and for the following Justice
'.- \ '" c ...MM 0< .*.. >,. the aged. It induces sound sleep.; Fully Districts,viz: No.2, 3, 5, 1, 13, 19, 20. LZNEI
guaranteed by Red Cross. Pharmacy.Price In Testimony Whereof I have hereuntoset ,Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eaiia.
z '
"Jawtins says that he never' gets the. only 50 ants. my band and affixed the great
1.V .. .;worst' t an argument'J, '. .. [I.. s.] Seal of the State of Florida at Tallahassee -For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, or i
r ; CertsJaly: AuiiAne.-with no more CA.ST ORXA. ,the Capital this the first write to. .

oj"'.T- .",'suense'thtut.!to: arfue",with _a,boor.like .......: < t(.I.... day of September H.CLAY,A.CSAVTOSD D 1908. vA.O.MACDONELL'. 8. C. BOYLSTON, Jr., ] a

t ,.;*- ."Jawkins: isn't 'competent'.to pat lip,a &i-- Secretary of State. Asat' General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent. --J

-". jrood, 'argument' '*-Washington Star.' .... ... T--g--v'Glant: ;,. JACKSONVILLE, FLA I
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?,ri1: ;._..,......, "'....:."" -"..,'--.... '"t"d", -- ." I>""".." -" ,-.r. ,, letter to the.people of Oklahoma to Invite use over, years. has. bOme.the.,. -:1'J lpatare.ot> :. 'j;-'' :*:''' ;;_:', t.rt-r' ',_.::..._ >:r",
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,, "" .LS..e = r' ;' ;" to .pend-ThanksglTliig-. Oklahoma.. sonal supervision since ita Infency*: < _
-; .;'betto1I fr e1 .. .
aadatM !.i -io. T- In his l \
:: : Allot no one to deceive -, ;
toextend
', < By.having the rate of_.fare"arranged you -
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.... All Counterfeits Imitations and "Just-as-good" tiutr ( ; "
Oklahoma 'i
2"P. to: are : _
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,. '' ''" t'f.u .un8 Siekra WMkm or Gripe 11.tttt4 through. Oklahoma Sty; the visitor can Experiments trifle with and endanger the'herilth' : :: '
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'. ',: ,...".:__. .,..; ; : .. ..""ti.a'coru, --r :Itt o*> ,,-.uv.hai.WitfetebMMn9lc.M4. "" .. t' "..' '&II: make his;; destination Oklahoma 'City' Infants and Children Experience ,against Experiment t.t .

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';":,1-:ft."1'TTT- ,-"ir? < '': --.... f ;thaA"alloeg.t6at _NILNI ILEAl territory at'no. extra expense. It was : Y
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CASTORIA
; .?,*.jS3iMPM ago attracted a0 m0eh.nt. ., announced some time ago that this feature is -
: o8lotts.1 = ..... ,- would be arranged for this fall in
,4. .9n.;;,, .. _<.... _, ...:ghguia, :.Atchin.. ,, ; tempt to initiate thoiethat have- madeIowa "
'.';,f' "..,. y..t: u :.: Po t-UJIpatch.- ->- -io.,! Oklahoma but'after[ the decision to Castoria is ,a harmless substitute for Castor Ofl, Paregoric .- ,
.... 'i'-' ?!'''' '''':_ ;; ';t.'h'\-'I"'''' l a Kansas ;famous as corn pro- have acorn' car 11vat'lt was concluded and It is
,. ; '' ".: !II'f ,'.'..'.... -\/Ol'.DU..1e&n.mer-: :: ; : 'dudng'sections are Drops Soothing Syrups. Pleasant It- .
E. -
George Gard-
,
;::: -i- ;t combine the two entertainments.It .
:' .f{ kIbo> City haebeen ofai ner' 'of Oklahoma contains neither Opium, Morphine'nor other Narcotte .
P\ 9u one City's oldest and is being' arranged .also to have a
':'i: .Adao utbe.beet apedmen most enterprising' business and substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
> s.,of. men, national drainage meeting Oklahoma
;
.:. .%,..;_t prodgeb'ot.ttie farm. thus: In- 'A..W. McKeand, secretary of the chamber'of City during the carnival, and, home and 'allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind I .

:fj i tttg..the'farmer.in,.the\'perfection commerce. coming. There has never been a na- .. Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
:, quiIIty of. A nesv.building, now almost and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food the
'i elf j ",tJbe hIa.cropL *The sped- completed tional drainage meeting, and at the recent regulates

ii t-i o'accumulated would be prepare will be fitted up.and used for the national irrigation convention in Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. .

,\'tie(> by the'merchanta and shipped to .corn:palace. Three floors, 175 by 140 Boise.City, Ida.. It was discovered that The Children's Panacea=The Mother's Friend. f

'rtbeh'Menda{!fa'oheratatea.to, show 'feet in dimensions, will be devoted to there 'were more acres of land in the *

.,;1' wbat'could: be.done.,on a,bit of.land In -various [displays,. and 1t is expected United States that would be benefitedby GENUINE

'j\t-s ,9kI$ me,4be summer of.the world's 'there will:be:no room'untaken.. It is drainage than by irrigation. On this CASTORIA ALWAYS ,

(t'f atSftLonb'the;' merchants: OkMlabomqtybitere8tedtbefarmers proposed'to'offer prizes ranging :from matter J. B. Thoburn. the representative I 1

: ; of .50 cents. '. to $50,for(the'best samples ofcorn from Oklahoma at Boise City, conferred Bears the Signature of : .

.:ii..|P both territoriei In the selection. of prizes and exhibits will be invited from with representatives from every

x aampleofrcorn,:and! .small premlnma every: place, in the two territories.Whenever state containing land subject to drain-

1 vere;;frered .for.,tte.. best .specimens.: Oklahoma is mentioned It age/ and secured their promise to attend -

W|8q prach Interest was taken In the mat- means the two''territories because .of a meeting at, Oklahoma City if It :

:: 1iK! sad[ such: fine samples of.corn were the proximity'of statehood. I i were possible to arrange It

\t} aeleeted that; :the",.merchants ,instead.ofIt Many county and ,district ,fairs are I I

:!1l*tending ;; waj dedded to selectrthe being held in Oklahoma. this year, allof apolean Bonaparte .
>
-"J. 'beatantmake, [ display at the world's which will ha veen over by the showed, at 'the battle of"Austerlitz, he The Kind You Have Always Bought

-f& -Geat-WM their\Surprise to find time of the'carnival The best exhibits was the greatest leader in the world.
r f that "when 'the'awards of shown 'at these fairs will be
,jwere made on corn Ballard'a Snow Liniment has shown the '
:; Sablrltuml products 'Oklahoma bad brought to Oklahoma City, together public it is the beet Liniment in the In Use For Over 30 Years.

M J\takenthe prtie on'corn, having a bet"to with all other individual 'exhibits.. put world. A quick cure for rheumatism, me cumuM COMMUIV. rv .umu rfiurc. NEW roar err*

!', 'I 'display ot co&!than any other of all an exhibit will be 'made up to Sprains, burns, cuts, etc., A. C. Pitts, I"f'

.. 'country.or state In the'worl& send to the J Jamestown exposition next Rpdeesa, La., says: "I use Ballard'a Snow

f. it ;Last year as souvenirs to friends! and year; and it is expected Oklahoma will Liniment in my family and find it unexcelled -

!' ptherii in the .tates'5,000 cotton bolls there capture'the prize on corn and for sore chest, headache, corns, in
fact for anything that can be reached bya
":" ( Just 'as'they, were ready to burst'were ,.sustain 1lts'reput tlon. liniment." Sold by Red Cross Pharm Florida East Coast t
I i Inclosed In small boxes and sent to all In the' selection of the exhibits each Railway :

', l'/fpartivof>> : the United States? At.first.. ,- on variety must"be strictly free from any .
i kk j, ',account of 'unprecedented core crop mixtures. .. -Corn entered as white must acy.CASTORIA local Time Card No. '1. In Effect. September 1 If, 1901, .

"'i ;Oklahoma will harvest,this year, Itwas not have a,tinge. of any other color in SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP. ; 4
,
.41.a1moatdecId;. to send ears, of corn, it The"yellow corn will be required ta

'ft but when, the,cost of,postage;:was.eon-. have no'white' capped' grains and For Infants 'and Children. 10.99 Dally .DaUy.. 29 STATIOXS. NoDany78 N.Dairy: 9& ...

J ?sldered the expense w, uld be; foo'great should have all red cobs. In fine, every The Kind You Hare Always 6 OOpm 920am Lv..Jacksonville ..............:.Ar 725pm 865&m608pm
shown must' be Bought 928am ............ South Jacksonvlle.............Lv 718pm 847aln720pm ,
"",,'> In relation' to.the'result.. .' ';Then the corn variety strictly first 10 fOam ...............St. Augustine................ .. 615pm i Gain
'..carnival was agreed on. c1ss'ln every respect. The score card Bears theTo 76:1pm: 1118am II ..................Hastings..................It 581pm I 649&m808pm 1
k,:n: The promoters: of Oklahoma's: and' roles:of the Oklahoma ImprovedBreeders' 1135&01 .. ...............East Palatka............... II Ii 20pm 631.1am883pm

s."' 4z corn. slgnatmo of 120001 Ar................... .................. 4 5pm 6w.m.. 1'
'z4"':;. .:- carnival-i' "this year,, whlch.ls the first at- association will govern the 1 f3pm 11 lOam Lv..................l'alatka........... ......Ar -I5pm 6 "J61n i i925pm
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"fT", -,------ ............ 515am Lv.................fan latt"O .................Ar 9 :2ipm! ........n..

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.s 3 1240pm ...................Dupont.....,.........._. -1231'01' S: :iJam948pm -
-.: 113pm ..................Onnond .......,.......... 31i6pm 601Jam100"lpm
;: : 12Jpm .................. Daytona.................. 3 4Spm'lam
1013pm 136pm ................Port OranKe................ 3 35pm 4 37am103.'ipm
j. 200pm Ar................\ew .315pm 41Sam
.: .f':' 11 lOam f 4tpm Mi............... Late myrna..f"................, \ lOOpm 6 ]5pm112Eam
'!, \ '_ 4 65pm t........ .....Uran e City............... 12 Wpm 5 uJpm.1t .
,.,1j.J.- '.'1.-',,",. .fOam b OOpm "j........::Orange City JI1D'tlon...........f.' 12 f5pm Ii SOpm) .

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,: ; <....:\",_ ,2 4OPm t' ..;...............Oak .................. 240pm 331'am .
:-{f.t.'t': :';":" "$, d.. :: .,. ; ".. ;. 11 5lpm 3161'm Ar..................TitnsvUle........"........ 2 Ripm 3 Wam

I r.., -.y '. "r c.r 11 lOam b fJ01'm Art..............:.. a fo.rd..................2Lv 11.' 6 3upm
.:> t l <>." 600pm 11 5amLv ..................Sanford..................tAr 5 50pm 11 lOam

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l IZ Slam!I 3lilpm I .! ....................Cocos...................L\ 1211'01 22an::! {
, '- : ''0.. ? 12 Slam I II M1'm .l ,. ..................Itockledle................ .. 120pm 2 loam.
f. ,: ; 1 ()jam 2pm I" .................Eaitallie................. 1241pm 147am113am
; 'Ni3. .. .,,:..; .., 430I'm l" ................Nelbnnrne................ 1237pm 1 37ata156am ,
. ''''K'J. 'f ''"' ..... ,J .' 510pm t I" ................. l'ebastJan .................. 11 5am: J2 53au'. ; i
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: ooange and eonfldence of yooth. we offer
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':? -">:ib> "! 1'"u "l'iU J..allplper Nichols; who has the sum on Friday and the supervisor also .
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if.5-:">'."..<""ii"l-fJ"" ..,."';..r "<":" '..:"' -- .' ''j '... ,, me}inj Waterbory. Conn.,'arrived.. home was.present. National Bank of Jacksonville,- Jackson-335! -
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;;' ; f11f 3iti;'A;.B; Traflbrd ia't improving from k for the winter TITUSVILLE FLORID;
< School opened, on Monday with 13 on Highland, avenue, ready ; 1

$". "",' ,"," ,>.I Iwr' "). "reCent- Iineee. .'. scholars:, in'- attendance. .Miss, .Mabel. ), tourbta. The building,has been gone.

-' l 1) ,,. iWe 'h."to.:bad.,-leyerii--a. :;:}J .. >pto>ai'aortherthia Whitacre. is teaching;' > over anl renovated in every portion. E. L. BRADY & BRO. .
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i&;r" .<' -- week. "i ;/f SlisS'rHowell and ,MissPerbam, guests There is an unconfirmed rumor that .i :

: $: 1It. ';;Nearly:..CTery" one.baa'.met the euddenafaowertthia i of :Oipt.'ind', Mrs., ;Sbaipe-ilttended Q. :}'(. Budd, agent for the F. E. C. rail- Groceries Grain and all Food Products.We .1-

x .. xfjF .week. ;" aerriceit, .St. Marks- i .ij ,Or. John,0_ Scofield is .at borne frominonth'a Sunday morning; -t\ : i. position and enter the turpentine buaiilcflo handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mape Fertilisers. W.dial acutely I
ts of' : ;: I in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write ni for prkes. ;
sL 1 a ; '.yacation" wi' "iA ,Dr.WB., :Hentx/writes Rio de I Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station. E. L. BEADY ft BSOTzTC raMFLl.

,ti, _.Miw Maggie bliD8of.Ti !((visit- i Janeiro. that;-hep--hopes...to be herein Prof. Crichlow [held services in the 4 i

: x, :.- fed' Mrs.. .Taylor, this week. December) or Januaryv-Jf nu Dents, who Methodist church, on Highland avenue, '
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'* 'x:,!:w'.'; ':'i-;;;:""'. ; counters.Mr.- F.D.Caeey's in. their. : store..wood, ?,yard; macbin- forward much b to spending 8 d'thereby' the winter, and:with looking the fessor. Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hay, Produce : Kinds, It

(f1-t: .."L''J...".":. going full speed apiD.i ".-: d ct.ot''heir'. beautiful" Indian riverhome. Victor Talking Machines VEGETABLES .SPECIALTY
Geo.'Huston had the misfortune $5.00 cash and $1.00 per week. Recirds -
Mrs. '
fto/i / 35 cents 60 cents and $1.00. Over Titusville. I s F1.or1da. I
,f ..< t ito fracture her.collar .bone'lut week,. ',The. county road between Frontenac 1,
.=;t nom', :; *: i Mr. and Mrs. R.: E. Mice arrived home and Cocoa is again in a. most wretched cents. Indian River Music House, Titus- 1

o-!( ,'Aj''I:;. East week.after' _.unmennginthe!.' : ; -north', ,; condition.. ,; having been entirely neglected ville. WHITEHALL PORTLAND CEMENT
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: :: : Indian River Nurseries, esUbliihed 188&
Porter B.:Nichols i who has spent the here, it will be)in the same almost Send for catalogue: Toledo and Vest -
500 Barrels will received in the
be next
:eammerinOonnecticnt"was, ,'in town on impassable state as it was last winter. A Palm Beach, FU

; a j. :: ,' 'Wedneedsp. {, disgrace to the ,community and the I. 60 days. Costs' a little more than other cement J
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;'t Miss i baD al. Enoch and Edgar Dyal l, county.! i Lizzie Eaton has gone to'Washington but is better. t

Q< of Sharpes, were visitors in town on Sat Torts of Tett n deer Eeaema Allayed '
? D. C., to spend some time. EAST
1 COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
Y. .: ,: ....... r The intense itching characteristic of eczema ,
m .', tetter and like skin diseases is instantly Mrs.. Chas. Bolton and three childrenwere *-
i it !Ire.. M. E. Hill bad a fall opening on Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material.
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1.. allayed by applying Chamberlain'sSalve the guests of Mrs. R. A. Smith last
:/ Tuesday and' there was a rash for,newtonnete. and many severe 'cases have been Eau Gallie, Florida. .

; '_ ., permanently cured by its nse. For sale week. .

e ," ,Miss, Agnes Batter' leaves on Sunday by all druggists and.medicine; dealers. Bishop Wm. Crane Gray was the guestof

;j:' Co take charge of the .Micro school for GEORGIAN Melbourne.,Hotel Bellevue daring his late visit in "PAI-NTING

: vbie term.
W'f !r.f "\ Miss Mary'Wittfeld shopped in Cocoa
The band, of Gypsies ,encamped: near last Tuesday. Melbourne was visited last Monday bya

Ube railway depot is a source of interest Mrs. Arthur Sims with number of Gypsy fortune tellers. The Paper Hanging, Kalsornininsr, Varnishing, Staining Finishing,
pA the children. spent Thursday party had a camp near the city limits. Sign Painting of all Kinds, Etc.
her parents Mr. and Mrs.,A. B. Carter.
2 = .., .- The Cocoa High School is doing good Our first norther arrived Wednesday Capt Alex., J. Goode and Mr. W. 0. Old Furniture made to look like new..'Mirrora made and Resilvered. Reasonable R&te8v.

-qpork enrolling nevi pupils and programs Wallace with their
that the winter fishing fleets expect i
>* morning, reminding us W. ELDRED
'h :. 'int-geoersU season will soon be here. to start south for Miami early next week. .

... Mr. Frank'Wooten is haTing his oot Location: Scrimueour Building, on, Washington door north
} 1 ,. Mrs. Dr. Chambers and Mrs. Ulrich Mrs. Clara D.McLean, of Atlanta, Ga., Aeenne next of Loeley'sTituletville

rn "gage west of the Methodist church re- went to Eau Gallieon the afternoon boat, has rented the little Marsh cottage on : Florida

4 paired to be ready for .nse. Tuesday returning the, same day. the bluff where she will spend the winter.

,.- : Mrs. Marcus Gould ie'expecting her I.
A# Little Winnie Dixon had a sudden relapse Mr. H. P. Bowden has men at work :t
[ ..liece, Miss Mary Harrison, to spend the
a -<... 4 last Monday and is again under thedoctor's on the foundation for his new cement Victor Edison and Taliophone
winter with her and attend the Cocoa a 'r ,
fk care. She is*better now but quite building. This may be the means of .
?* ,. ;i High school. I weak and tired. starting others to build homes of that j( Talking Machines Supplies ed
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? Several of the family of Rufus Stewart, kind here.
the county business not appearing in the I. Records sold by tie
at Brantly, ,were stopping at Provost'slast
-comma of Tax STAR. That is something Mr. and Mrs. John B. Leeare now in
Saturday, also quite a number of
; their beautiful home New Haven
all new on
that the subscribers are interested! in.
INDIAN RIVER
MUSIC HOUSE
.? people from Artesia. avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Lee arrived last
A, of men spent part off
party young
e .- I Miss Ula Geiger of Lotus, came up week and am daily expecting their car-
and at Cocoa Beach. p
Saturday Sunday
:f TlTUSmLE. FLORIDA
last Wednesday and stayed over until load of furniture from Chicago.Mrs. .
.Among them was Messrs. B. M. Packard:
Thursday with Mrs. A. A. Baldwin. She
,. Theo. Travis, and George White. They John Goode arrived on the mid
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r i made several calls while in town.
,\ taade,the trip in the Travis speed boat .. night train Sunday after spending several

Y ;. Judge Hammond arrived' last week. He Miss Nellie Owen spent Tuesday in months in the mountains of,North Caro- -
Cocoa. Mrs. Walker, of Lotus and her .
j : Sias been visiting relatives in Chicago and lina, and stopping in Jacksonville to -

t ISew York during the summer. His sister, mother Mrs. E. B. Linderbury were spend a few days with Mr. and. Mrs.

-- I Tin. O.Theis, of Nyack, N. Y., and her also pasengers on the Lena that day. James T. Hoag and family. Mrs. Goodewas The Geo. H Fernald Hardware Co

i 4-: ; ; family will spend the winter with. e The large cistern on Mr. P. H. Witt- accompanied by her sister, Mrs t,

F .' t judge. feld's place collapsed last Tuesday, and Charles Cogging, of San Francisco, Cal.,

r the family the well who will now spend her second winterin
are dependent on .
$ Mrs. John M. Sanders arrived home on

: .,'. Sunday from Asheville, N. C. She has water until a new tank can be put up. Melbourne. MACHINE SHOPS !

k t ;about recovered from the attack of fever The subject of the Missionary program 33.00 to California

rand will soon be herself again. Miss Clara i last Sunday was, the "Life and work of
..will winter in the' Carolina Now is the best time of the year to see 1
try a moon David Livingston. It was a very good California. The farmers and fruit growerscan Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS' ;;

,; '!U. oi.J program and was much enjoyed by all. tell you all about the bumper crop of :

Town election on Monday.Dr. Hugh- 1906. .
\\ Sett was re-elected For council- Fall gardening is' well under way in Low one way rate every day to October HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS 1
a mayor. Georgian, several are setting out their 31st, 1903. $33;; 00 from Chicago and ,,
i k '*a en, Mr. Fred Fisher was re-elected and strawberry plants. The pineapple patches. correspondingly low rates from all points
:t 3ir. J. Friske will take Mr. 8. 4
t' Childs'zplace. east viUnion
t promise fresh fruit all winter, and .
guavas Agricultural
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I t, ...marshal Mr. C. Giben was again elected :and bananas still fruiting and blooming. Railroads.

r Georgiana is certainly the place for pea Be sure your tickets read over this line.
i -, The foundation for the Hick's house is ple who want fresh fruit and vegetables.This Inquire of SANFORD, ,FLORIDA
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; -dealer and the house proper will be is the season of decay and weaken* 124 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Ua.H. .

; modelled in Tennessee and shipped ready ed vitality. Nature is being shorn of its

.3 .. for putting np. We bear it will be a beauty and bloom. If you would retain -YO. PittsSucces'Qr .
fortify with HolJidter'sRocky
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1, ,'., 'TMany men give lavishly of gold, WINCHE5IIRi'NU
; To build old; bridges and caatlej and towers ofti. EAU GALLIK. ;

:5f: you want- everlasting. fame,a benefactor Showers and squalls during the past
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( nml.&ll I,, H. U. Hodgson will place a new enginein N

4 ., Mr. T. S. Sanders has the material on his launch in the near future. Loaded Black Powder Shells
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'Tgroond for a fine new house.
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"r Alex Near's house boat is now moored flr
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; t: :9iaday at 10:30.a. m. and 7:30 p'm.a' Hrs. E. B. Taylor is expected to return t ,

;> .' i-.; i::Tourists<,are now writing to make .lD.d from Russell 111.,about the 20th inst. 1 <- Are Sure Fire, ti

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