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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 26, 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: UF00075901:00388
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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_=,> ,=.,---:!.-" .lb ''o'" *Uii II oa Society:wUl,_ DIm; ; 'i'"Ji : ::5 :'}.'-': spent,Monday; with hW sister;Mrs.. Geo, madras, with dots and figures turnover Docb mpro ed in Health

,> set-Wedaardttj, sash .af' MRofcblofthifla. et 4- cuffs and collars detached, special $1.49, Fresh bread cakes; pies and '
': c -el1aeoni'r : Men boys! rlt will hpay you$;virit ,. Also another lot made of a good quality fancy pastry -

,,"."':"-:. (,;<.>.;' .,..4,.,.........'s.;.:. ;.<-f:> .:"!,.,' ?.tt" $!,;;....'" -':''..,,...'< ,".'_"-,';:..'"J." ,,oar sPUJE11: MOrE' for we can=r NG" '-;5 ;Mis.A. ;.:YelyJDi. ';p & ier;,...Mr.MUton of Manchester cambric with figures, special received from Sanford Fla', daily .

"' : :.ESb41 Wurived bona 8as: ,' left:.MoadsXforarin3 Island, 91,89. Phone 11 Q.CoLL98?
Fine Shoe Hats Men's and. =
:*ii"v'm" 5ixrBead "r.'etieYttpslatecfialdaya OloN *. ; Wbere'they.f!ridt with! relies.CapL'W.,1L 1 Black taffeta; 36, inches wide,, every ,Mrs .'Corwin arrived borne Monday( a
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ii.j,,, -. .- .. __< .of. T.t .- _. 'i yard guaranteed, good- heavy qnalityt } ;.
# Wi"' tl ti-. } ,i ." ,,.. : : Reederrived:'here. last positively worth $1.75, special $1.19. .. from Elmira, N. Y., where she has been

41'J:( ; i"" r::: '1.-.tJ' tug:.;;iZifit.a 'few.. ?dajs**,*',*.with*?***hert@ -i'' __ .:";k..t :wtaIG'VIIi'. ,,,'. ....>..O'"" '- .J- .%:' F dar:aid left8titurdiy' fOrMeeinterhorse { .. White 'taffeta eilk',' Monday's! special visiting her eon, A. Corwin, for a coupleof
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:. : k L'Price BlauveltWieieted atrQinavetihoo the:Banana river. 89 cents per yard. months. .t
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.., Mrs. ; Monday night abappyeventin : ,Whitewash, 24 inches' wide .
\ to-herbome in i't Otrteen Monday.Mr.i TitoivUlfl at the residence of HonM.a : :Pfcnney ,& Banning; : have the' largest; 49 cent special S Mr. H. B. Mace writes from his home ,

\.lli!ti. ,--' PitddiaontindLusifylof3rii Joo.,*cir t'jodf ,:and}wife, when line of boys''and, girls' shoes ever shownin Ladled sweater. blouses, made in the at Williamsbridge, N.. Y., ttiat he will
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\ -'-( eriited' !->- with and" _,Mrs.:GL theft;only/ itighter.'. i Miss{' DDi8:Ger TitD8 il1e..:They guarantee every pair.. latest styles, in all 'colors, worth$2.00 arrive in Tituavilie( on or about the 4th

".'t't> F .";..: .,..,coming"" trade,was married to Mr.::PhpipjHaroldWrigbt After 'few days pleasantly 'spent'with special $1.49 each. # of November for the winter season. He .
.. .: Bbb4ns8aodtty1;_. .. ,rap.Jf theft t a Misses Norfolk sweaters,colors cardinal
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.. ": f -. --s--.-.y.",*? 'i 'tlbe WJnbiw'z "" 'iI. ;;Father Curiey,:of DeLand,;;oM.tilting Rev;'' and' Mrs..: Wm.. Stone,-.Mrs. Hartretortedto. and white, special $1.49. has engaged and will occupy his old
<: '1 ,t'M ''''''''''': 2 154, V .'" at the Indian River hotel .'
;; > firmly relatives lioroe'in Mon.day. Pure Irish linen 90 inches wide rooms
-"t-, >' '.-. ;;;; ... electora in this :Only1tbe"immediate her Palatka. specially
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".V-i.: !;; ; : and a few intimate- friends' the "'! good for shirt waists, alsoo,excellent Miss Marie Eacbtt, of -J ackaon vme.
: iro ; vote in the : .
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gratified .
lli'r., -z for drawn work worth $2.00 a 'yard at
'. ;: l"'l>;'3b..bewlieldvon'. ,the ,sab'da''oI' contracting parties.were pteeent..' Mrs. M. Gould and Mrs..Davis, of Cocoa $1 35. some few years ago the little miss who _

4* J1f i B b : 'the'listen" .page"4.. The bridalypirty'entered* ..theparlor spent a part of: Saturday last,in Tit Towels and table damasks and napkins then resided in Tituavilie, was married

": \f rA'T iV : promptly a(8 o'clock. to -,the:strains of a nsviile.:doing shopping andp" these ladies to match at a special price for Monday last Saturday to Mr. A. J. Hayes of New r

k; ..-.4t'*y Perhaps_ you_peed. a. .bncarsomething. wedding march.rendered'by Mrs C. J. Turkish towels, unbleached 30. .inches Jersey..The wedding was quite a romance 5
r- THX STAB office pleasant call
.l".A"f" '';{tkiiiiW;; : life'anti ambi- : a very long, 18} cents each. ,
., & fire you energy Denham and while the was as the bride-elect was only allowed a half ..
;t'f. : ceremony Woolen drees .
: I Warden 'Xi & plaid goods specially
'Ion: HarperibIty Deputy- brought a
Ii&.i< :!,V.<', ,,, -..AwggeesmnTry.L'W., : '. .Flowers JMII'OheriDan' Py
k j1<- "" < ? being road, Heartland a beautiful good for children's dresses or ladies' Eton boor to give her decision.
Sold bJ.B.M. f;and F.PAfI op from: ,Merritts .Island last .
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: intermezzo suits 36 inches wide in endless ofst'lee /
variety
was softly played. S
The two-year-old baby of James Revels
""i""C ;: ..... 4' # Saturday for illegal fishing-using a net
r .". leyi, s bridesmaids i special 35 cents per yard.: It
Miss Lillie .
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@r.lf5 i. : / < fell head first into a wash of water
with meshes much smaller than the law Black silkdowne
: 'MnL1. McGuire borne every yard guaran
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z. Cleteland'5and 'MiII: Bessie Coulter, ofDeLand :
allows. teed. This is one of the handsomest fabrics with blueing in it Monday and narrowly .
,l :4: Mon &y'afternoon from the hospital in ; the groom:was_ attended by his made, specially good for pleated escaped drowning. When the mother

::ff 'a- '::: '?\ 06' ZLagnaiine: ; ,.almoeti, fully; retorered: best min, Mr; Frank Wright, of DeLand., The' dance proposed for Tuesday night skirts and shirt waist suits, 42 inches found her baby it was, unconcioos, bat

ftr.! L P .%fititntheOpoisfion.which. .underwent and Mr. Joe.-Lopez, of St.: Augustine. by .the Titosville l .Social dab. ,.was postponed wide, Monday's special $125 per yard.Ladies' was resusitated and bids fair to soon fully S
""" : silk elbow blackor
length gloves
.') vaboattwonKmths'agb. out respect to the death of Mrs.
> toetoiiie .
'+- : The,bride's ,was a lovely creation white, special 98 cents per pair. recover from the effects of the accident
.k' j There:will bean)important meeting ofGiiild.thGFMsy ,made of cream liberty satin and she Albine Brady. The date for the next Ladies' undershirts, long sleeves, also

!": ?. "WJ-..'.:.!- j ( ) aft,- carried a: magnificent .bouquet;of chry.santbemnme. cknce'will be ,announced .in this paper drawers to match, 85 cents each. Musical RecitalA -
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"nooaK'All' ladies connected with'the ., The bridesmaids'' next week. Ladies' coats, there is 00' doubt we
the: I wore
,. musical recital was given at the Episcopal
:c :3 ;!L S--o ::<. ,r guild. are .earnestly,. ">. :,"requested tobeprent.The white organdie. A.meetingoflthe-lndiawRfver-Yacht produces prices also includes cravanettes, church last night by Mrs. Stenwall'

'';$ -ft ..; meeting- 'will be at'Mrs..Fischr's ':The ribbon bearers. -were little M Is'LeiIa club' was held last Friday evening whenit ranging from $5.00 to $21.00. and little daughter, Mrs. Denham and -

J:: i- : ,,..'1IIIial.it Brown and 'Master'Minor. Jones was decided that a committee of three Special prices on blankets and quilts. Mr. Winterhager which was fairly well
; ". Ladies' hose in the famous Onyx black.
dressed in eilk. be requested to plan an entertainment
attended. Owing to our forms being
Mail orders filled of
t: Towtilllection XondaxTown I The took under for raising the funds for furnishing the promptly on any
.' ceremony place a marriage the above good practically closed last night we have to

election: passed off unusually qui-i bell of roses, and the decorations club house. Messrs., Jas.' Pritchard,' Ad JCTJVS KLISK, omit the writeup this week.

..S.c; "; et Monday. ',There were only' 30 votes consisted of roses, ferns; lilies potted hemar Brady and D. B. Pritchard were Titnsville, Fla.

:'$<:>>4s ;ewm in all. For--mayor, .Dr.' Wilson receired -, plants,'Japanese lanterns,.etc. appointed such committee. Telephone No. 8. Circuit Court in Session

.'$ !' :- 28.YOIa;for marshal and collector After the marriage service was over a Indian Birer Hotel Recent Arrivals The fall term of circuit court has been
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.r._ .: .J.-.N..Waller 27;, for clerk :and',treasurer bounteous repas&wl8 served. Woodmen' Entertainment in session all this week. The grand jury

.-.t.k.:.,. .. .J':P.,-Wilaon% 21' J. D. Ennis.1;*.for'uaee. These two'young people have grown up The Woodmen of>he ..World'will give J.Count P. Grimes Jos. J., Miami Ob Rien; J.,M St.. Augustine Cox, Jacksonville ; is composed of our moat excellent citizens

; = -sort. Henry::.28; .for, councilmen .G,' ,F. manhood.and womanhood .in Titos entertainment in Masonic ball next ; E. C. Vaughn, Winston-Salem, and they have been very busy with affairs

.,ff'r: .'; .Doren. 28, D..R Pritchard, 27." vile and start out in married 'life under Wednesday evening, Oct. Sid, which N. 0.; G. J. L. Watt, Jacksonville; Mr. brought before them for investigation. .

'>.ii'> :-e". -.- the most auspicious circumstances. will consist: of addresses, musical selections and Mrs. W. D. Applente, Dayton, N. Wednesday they inspected the

> >:1/ An Oyster Supper _' The.bride is a'most..lovable and accom recitations, etc., admission to which J.Robinson. James Orlando Simpson J. G.ML Tanner Dora;, N.C.Y.B. poor farm and it is probable that they
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?? 'writ, be'given t in the opera. house Fri- plished young lady .general(:favorite in is absolutely free. Supper however will F. M. Plank, Chatanooaa; W. H. Nor- will complete their work today. Capt. .

-S .-fevening, Oct. ,28tb;, from '6 o'clock society circles and makes hosts of friends be served after 5 p. m. at a nominal price den, N. Y.; Mrs. M. E. Platt, Ft. Pierce: Sharpe is foreman.

'to::10,:under the:auspices of the pr gree. wherever she goes. and it is hoped that every one will attend J. F. Gaylord, Oak Hill; J. A. Crews, The following order was given out .on

give'Cultare: .club, for the benefit of the The groom is principal assistant to and take supper with them and spend Fla. Timt's-Union; T. F. Bacheler, Cincinnati Jones
Wednesday morning by Judge : ;
the evening with them and have a good ; W. J. Renfroe, St. Augustine;
Indian'Rlrer Yacht 'dob.. ,A .'mD8 calp..7iilf Station Agent. Branning, of the F. E. C. time. Remember 'the' entertainment is R. P. Paddison, Lake Helen; F. M. YinBason Whereas, It pleased our Master last

be rendered daring the4reningl railway, and has been in the,steady'em free and good things to'eat will be in Lake Helen; J. Kaserman, Lake night to remove from earth to heaven

cordially invited. of this for several abundance to supply the inner man. Helen; D. L. Alderman, Fort Pierce; our aged countrywoman, Mrs. Albino
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.. company years.
!..:: > Chas. T. McBride, Willie McBride, Mel- Brady, and Whereas, the piety, tender.
; '-.' '. :- "v. He is enterprising, steady, industriousand "V BMMMHMWBM MI BM BMW bourne J. G. Coats, Fort Pierce H. F. ness and fidelity of her long life has beenan
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> :: .', r ."L: Camp Meeting bids lair to make his mark in the Dental Notice Etzberger, Atlanta; D. G. Monroe, Fia; unfailing guide and example to our

::: The' A- M:iJBi campmeeting,' which. life before him. ,J. W. Newman, D. D. S., of the firm H. G. Putnam,Oak Hill; H. J. Magruder, people young and old; Therefore, it is
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-. of Macy'"'& Newman of West Palm Oak Hill; Mrs. A. R. Marshall, Ka!ama- Ordered as a token of profound respect to
Aside from the relatives
there
t P camesn ending Sunday last, was a1r family
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her that this court do adjourn to
Beach, will be in TUnsville for a few zoo; W. W. Douglas, Miss Mattie Livingston memory
mcceefin.many ways:and in point'of attendance were present .Hon.N. B. Broward, governor days fully prepared to attend to any dental Miss Eva Parker H. E. Quipr, 9 o'clock tomorrow morning. And it is

ii. ; eclipsed that of "'year. Two of Florida, Hon. J. C. Jones, of work. He has his office in the brick Daytona; Dan Baldwin, Lake Helen; F. further ordered that this order be entered r

.=:. .. special excursion, trains were ran that Orlando, and Mrs. Minnie Lopez,'of St. building opposite the court house, wherehe M. Sparks, Daytona; F. HanieyDay tona; at large in the minutes of the court .i
:(!r'. >1 day t.and.tbe: train from I Jacksonville Augustine.For will bepleaeed to see all who want Anlin Lines, Palatka; IL B. La Roche,
!_; :' :_ibrocH, t,in about 1,300 peoples It Ie eeti first jt&h the attendance on the the present at least the newly .
,K campmecitfag Lake Helen; P. W. Hazel,Chicago; ?. P.
grounda. Sunday afternoon was married will make their : V. W. Eldred, painter and paper han
home
: : couple under Paint at $1.10 Gallon Watson Atlanta; Walter Hatter, Cocoa;
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per has thousand samples of wall
.t. : '. ;fnllUOOpenpJe. _, the parental roof. Theo. Travis, Cocoa; Gov. N. B. Broward, er. over a 4
'Be i ODIjlel by the ministers in 100 IDS Masury's Railroad White 8.00 paper, coating from 3 cents per roll up -
:. : Tallahassee Fla A. H. Adams, Miami
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.: T5R .STAa joins with their. numerous and also has substitute for cheeseclothin
J of toe be 7 linseed oil a
; .. charge campmeeting published } gallons raw 4.50I Hon. G. S. Hardee, Miss C. M. Hardee,
= in_THB STAB. next. week friends in wishing them a long life of I Rockledge; W.J. Sears, Esq., Kissimmee; paper that is less expensive and far '
:-..'.. and Makes ill gallons paint $12.50 better. Samples of these materials submitted =
') happiness. prosperity. J. R. Donegan, Hon. W. S. Norwood,
$ ;;lighter Beporta from: the Storm And THE BEST paint, too City; Rej. Fr. M. J. Curley, DeLand; at your residence or place of bll8iDOOI
and estimates given for the work if
Guaranteed to much surface.
cover D. Landie DeLand W. H.
SPECIAL PRICES Carey Esq., ;
/\ annsoat of. matter desired
\0wlngtoan press and wear as long as aD1 paint. and .to be Smaw, Baltimore; Judge W. L. Palmer,
i.; :" : sand: i JndWq'iD idei1Uo election time WHITER. Orlando: L. Moreton Murray, Daytona;
In Kline's Gents' THE INDIAN RIVER HOTEL
; ''.r __ drawinf i n Vwe hare had.to omit i mattor PurnlihlngandClothing EAST COAST LUXBKB & SUPPLY Co., L. D. Jones, Clyde Line; Judge Otis R.

l .' 'tbis week wlating! to:the: storm last Departments Eau Gallic! Fla. Parker, Ft. Pierce; Dr. G. W. Holmes, Provides hot and cold oaths and inside -f'

( '::: : '1'bu_ and Men's clothing in the latest Sharpee; T. E. Fitzgerald, Daytona; JohnE. toilets on two floors, airy bed rooms ov !
>" '. &tpeeeedovuMiam1 i styles to For Sale Lambeth Atlanta Judge M. S. Jones, the river, sample ,
;the .._ suit the most fastidious ; erlooking rooms cozy
,:H i:"; ..;Weare glad torssy; however that- from to $20.00.customer prices My place here known as Ceres, 25 acres; City; T. S. Howell, New Smyrna; A. H. consultation rooms, large cool dining
ranging $10.00
; .brighter reports z are coming to refute the fronts on river half mile from the inlet i Adams and wile, Miami; G. E. Dutton, rooms, free library with the leading daily t
} ,7 Cravanettes and overcoats in the latest
and opposite the railroad station J. F. Newborn and and file free telephone ..
..exaggerated statements first sent oat by ; adjoins Fort Pierce; Judge weekly papers on
the dally r itytes.If government reserve on which is the wife, Sanford; J. A. Stith, Jacksonville; for guest! free use of typewriting mach- a
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:ti 'Loss of papers life'is now cut down, from' 400 remember you are in need four a of pair the of shoes, weather bureau, lighthouse and naval Hon. W. H. Jones, City; A. T. Patillo, ine. Electric lights throughout the en-

.e ., : to 139 and the 'property damage is. less makes the'we carry famous leading wireless stations; 6 room dwelling and Osteen; W. T. Moore, Jacksonville; E. tire building inside and out. Open day

' ,-" '< <-. -than $150,000. < ., : : Walkover? and Keats' Douglas. Hanan packinghouse, both old; some grapefruit, E. Grimes, Jacksonville; James Simpson, and night, attentive jortera attend all
l. ':. :' ".Work on the railroad- extension will Conqueror.If oranges and guavas; 5 acres of pineapplesin Mt. Dora; Ralph BradbeiT, Jacksonville; trains, only five minutes walk from the
goright need of
.: ; the before and theshipwrecked you are in a bat, will sell fine condition fertilized and good for W. F. Dixon, Cocoa; A. H. Adams!, Fla.; station. Good fishing from hotel dock. *
/ on just same as John B. Stetson r
at cut inmost
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a price
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you
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who" rescued. 1,000 crates next season. Splendid hunt Edw. Harper, Winter Haven; A. S.
men .were are
"si_ :0 0 'mostiy willing to take up the.work again. fresh any from style the factory.you wish.- They are just. ing'fishing. and salt water bathing.. Price Thornton, N. Y.; W. P. Wilkinson, N. NURSERY STOCK FOB SALK.

;fj&- $3,000. Y.; C. W. Parker, Pensacola; W. E. Baker Citrus stock on high pine land. .
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" ". Boyd trousers, we have them plain and grown
"vs. .-; V-. : T HAL P. HAHDIX, Gainesville; Dr. J. W. Newman, W. csUbliihed
'" Indian River Nurseries, JSS6v
FURNITURE in bloomer styles; prices ranging,from 50
." ole .
i Jupiter, Fla. Palm Beach W. T. Matter, Atlanta;
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-2 '' ; cents to $L5Q Send for ciulogue Toledo and Vat _
.,"' :i-- .. -NOTIONS W. H. Foster, Jacksonville; Ii. E. Lang-
have Palm Beach, Fk.
. *> ...'- '"-.'': .In men's trousers we about 1,000 Bakery For Bale don F. J. Bacheler Cincinnati
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:::*,;J ;- .' .EDD-ON'IDd. patterns select boat, no.4rouWe to 1Ui..mJ .
t:*'. ...-v'.., ; .-" 'DRY'BATTERIES' : Consisting full baking'outfit, pans, Praying s.
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; ..1 .>' :. ,.'!''SHOESand !if yon.Pricee you ire right on 'any of show cases, scales, roll ..perek., including FOB SALE CHEAP tOR CASH. Dray ing or hauling of all kinds promptly -
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;==:r :' HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS:: the above. ..; About 88 acres of good high on '
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: nb. '- : >- ":' your repairs Henry 36, in township range
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'i Bhe atu time to do' ; JNp=liajffi'can:;;cpme. large bottle by Southern Express.. :

Uke som-body tai me wby' TftAD MARKS THREE. SIZES' 25c SOC Ate '$J OO
-Her-prayer eea. no com* true! their .use. ; if,taken;a$ ,- Owens : {
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+ t das contain ,
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He' took', his purchase borne' and'! = -. r lour months,!],
: derivatives i B"l' WM BED CROSS .PHABMACT, TITUSTILLE, lad EAU GILLIE Fi FHAE2ACT EiU GilXIE
r&: next day drove down to the track N11 -
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He returned: to,..the'dealer- In',a." gives 'm,.-great pleasure'to' be EAST COAST MEAT MARKET : .
i:1i& .and said: .:> :, to refer to the Dr. Miles JaM- .
Pills as the beat remedy we have
: "Yotr told me this bone c could bad in our house for the preven ., e. P. DDREN,Amt, -
_ J e' r'; mile In 2:10.' .He can't..go'a mile and cure of headache. My=wife .f
been. a constant sufferer for
h than8iat'The wjth, the above complaint, joins
'= f, dealer looked. at him a recommending Dr. :Miles' Anti- and \ "
Fills, hoping they fall into ,
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L' ,; "Well, =what,-of that? Are you J.-L' BUSH WatervleltN T.' rafeats
x such"a terrible hurry you can't MlleV, Anti-Pain Pill are told by iiof ;
druggist who will guarantee that
+ _;. % c minute-!-:Philadelphia Ledgej. package will benefit if. It \
he will return money.. ,
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25 cents. sold In '
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x of fate when beappeared be The Mosir'al.ableSetof Yacht and BoatBttiUinf t I
oaksevtr.Pwbbshed.RUDDER
county'clerk In Escaiiaba and 1 t i'

Y : :a license to marry. Mary Klck- J t

ln.the-Sky,aasps ; the Chicago HOW-TO BOOKSOver F + 'f:

,Jasper's prospects are further
c : c1.bY the fact that:the name boats have been built from the lines
printed in these books-Successfully sailed in jiA L'AkJi-I'
{ 7:0 future mother-in-law"< Is Afrald- every clime and upon every sea-Full detail iL
: an; ,It Is feared by the Mends! drawing of all parts, showing whit it is and
c how to nuke it-Text extremely simple
bridegroom to be that If Mary I
inherited HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $SO
any
_ W foot P-OW e->tIfI..k;MIT to build;frame..n leap
jg --i traits, which the name of her iwerp; good racing l-oat for III boy to tears the buainaia in.

signifies Jasper's dream of wed HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK I
A 6ne boat for.afternoon. Iie or toorklm about b Y
is destined to receive a severe AaaJ ,'IT lia-i Ix.n tweraful wlu..mr bail;iloop or CWritf
: full pans uJ pietas of eoiBi>kt 4 bo.ta.
HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
MoM aticcneful rncme nurhiiw ever designed i a vriav AND
*, Bruise and Burns wiener win with.HOW in Aii.eiKa. ,AM and AutnlU; ca f to buld; oiJo + _

r#' ;i r Young Policeman.(running in old an antiseptic dressing! to l TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH

fender) Mind the step there bruises, burneand like injuries Simple and pratiral.showin bow tocoutnctalamd .
Old'Offender (scornfully)Garn inflammation set in, they may be hall tor use with any motor. :.evrral other ptana!
i without maturation and in about HOW'TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA
I knowed these
i' yer 'ere steps :
time fine all around nuifinz boat; good cable eaoIUrfvler
the the old
quired by -
y bom. Tatler. ; auiuUe lor tlA.'uw vat a.
iyon was .
This is the greatest disccnery HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOPA
3 of modern surgery. Cham cJor<< ee little ailing boat,with moderate orerkaaf*laU
What U. Meant. tin sal '
Pain Balm'acts this pleaHOW
? on same!
; '2 = Little Harold bad been directed It is an antiseptic and when TO BUILD. A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE For sale by the
'e' Easy to Udd r. Tthingttr ighlJQ t the craft for a bo
4 write ; ]
the teacher to the word
folly. to such injuries, cauees them to to begin wHhaa.be built very cheaply;either sloop or cat rig
; ." "I can't," said Harold, "'cause 'quickly. It also allays the pain HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHTA

T 7 pencil's busted." and ,prevents any danger of complele deNription of how to build a model;ere Wes. INDIAN RIVER
tt skiff MM. U aad* modela.PRICE .
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F : !: '"Why, Harold! What did you poisoning.. Keep a bottle of Pain
your home and it will save yon
$1.
was wrong with your pencil F"It's EACH
money, not to mention the in
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PREPAID.f CXraCSS ANVWHCHC: J
and suffering such injuries
.ff = "Dear me! Children, can any of For sale by all druggists and Bound in cloth-Cold lettering-Size of pas>. ,
tell what Harold means? I'm sure dealers. 9 by s>inches-Large,clearly-dr wn plans..

..:. hasn't used the right word." THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
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Up went the hand of little Marjorie.HAb. .&. -PORS.A. a Huaaar VTKCCT Mew YORK. u. S. A

4, ,' Marjorie dear, I thought ;lN Kind YH IztI Ahlls B. SrnJ #DI"f r Ctlefue of Books for I

' i; would" know. What does I'aeMimtm's Library.

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y mean -.
"He meanth that hlth penthll cwcL

a sv 'e Z-: : buthtlcated.hicago. JiOTlCK

it may concern i *
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p \ f-. "Tou will admit that be is a is hereby given that upon the 26th RERRYS
... man.." October A. 0.1900. or as soon there .
.popular a hearing can be had,the undersigned,
1:5-:. "Yes" answered Miss Cayenne, & Gnatdian of Robert Schoffield
'j 1... '.- "' it Is sometimes with people as aDd Ray Sackett Strahan. minors, THE BRIDGEPORT
;. D .<.. of Windy A. Chamberlin and Etta 5E D
musical composltlonthelr both deceased,will apply to the
f"" inverse ratio to their merits.It .
is in
B. E. Wilson
r County Judge in :Nat lure a J1eI4 fit quantity and "THE
i:: Washington Star.Ckamffevr Brevard County, Florida,for an order q11&litr When your faZFeny'sthey pIaIIted MOTOR THAT MOTES"There

a .:::' _ _- George Hard Commissioner of the mart unbq were have the been beK improving on the-
1'' .. Versa ChlComler.Mrs. power and instructions to sell at ever linee. W. are experts Inenwa
-'r sale, the undivided one seventh. and vegetable IHdL
-;:' : Uppson-I suppose you have of each of said minors, Robert ISIS seed Anaalibean WUUTLCltrated is no reason why you cannot have a satisfactorymotor

: ... first class chauffeur? Strahan and Ray Sackett Stra- ,tree outfit. Let demonstrate The
indeed aforesaid of Mindy A.Chamber D. Y. FERRY I CO.. Darren IIidI. us Bridgeport to you
Yes we
.Mr*. Neurich- ;
h Etta G Strahan both deceased in and will convince
with we you that there is at least one reliable .
: :; .. j one of solid mahogany, following eribed land, situate,
);<." drawers and a French plate glass being in the County Brevard gasoline motor-built. The more severe your work, the

--.l'. ror. .on top.-Dl"trolt Tribune. of Florida to wit: anxious have
more we are to the
; own a Bridgeport
:,,, N. W. Comer Section 17,ran South you ,

-r.': Ca..la...... 111 See.E. to 17 a and corner 18 post, 11 87 in chains center; KILL THI COUCH simplest, most reliable and durable motor on the market.

t::;=' "Yes; be fell over a precipice and Enterprise Road 8JO chains AND CURE THI LUNCSWItH

,. -: was seriously btjnreLus. bean pine& 771 W 411 links 14 in
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... i No Takes No Cams No Gears
commented Aunt Pine & 86-3-4 E. 55 links,
bad
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< '::' '; able. "People ought not to ran North 71-8-4 East ten feet and Easy to Operate
r-- :-- things like them Jayin around."- with Roberts Grove to East boundary
"-" W. i of N. W. J of Section 17 I486 'Parts
\ ';, : .isrille CourierJournalLt Discovery Working Quickly AeeessihleTHE
::: {'-:: .':'- North 2)West 5 chains thence
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y West to eeater 01 Tittuville and L
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t !f.. '". Staopkina--When la your son I B .d.to starting point,4.80 chains, FOR, aUulmoN toe a$1.00 Mast
Those Who Satisfied
! -- 'home from college? .. seven and a half acres of land be ,Fret Trial. Be
.. > sir month more or lees. TIle..same heingin
about *, .
'r ToapUna-In &&of Barge 85....., Burnt and Qakkatff Ooze for aU
5' Coem He hat been gone alx: : _' "V ._ F d SraABAfr, 'PInltH u4 LaG TROT7B- F. N. HITCHCOCK & CO., Agents

and be mites that be.Ii half-back 01 BobeR Schoffield Stnhaa and, lam, o ROUT BALL
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?gl l4owad'{ drainage cheme'andwtttsasd have .gone;'out: to; /show tk social builders known tothe medical ; ; $ 11.50 -

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:=-....",1.oi: .Itr".' :Koge4.----"_. :;'ahsnonnent. t',whicb. '!ever, .and' this innocent; act brought .'Will. _teal roil aSCOTUBOWKE r.mpi tea Sena$6.Z6.:. and get them,: all for one year or. .
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{ J 'ze lnmedand.eenl' to the. ThAia morntilnngnawhale 'driving" down .. ... --- THE- SUN one year-----------:--------___1_________....____....___.".;___ 2.00 :.:;..
I t ;;i 1D"b ta.. :. ? ,. n to- .MissHunter BOTH FOR ONLY 12.25' -
f{; iI'Jf"" '" 'd- <'- ", Volusla'> :- /met'her, andjisked) her. where' COSMOPOLITAN,one 'ear--------: ._____ _-___________ $1.00
,, ; g>, "Ta the peopleof! : County: .' Clearing Up the Wreckage., THE SUN, one .year., ...._.______________?___ ____.7._____"____."" 2.00
:! r.nnoance m1a>ya atadh she watt, golng, She Informed him r
.. .. ; (Pensacbla'Journal.) BOTH. FOR ONLY $2.25 ; ,. .
,, dattrforState: SeliatorJ'am that she:)V&8.:going';to see' her:laun- '
?' "."",, .: .; aRe-, ; drea'aud: mvlted to .jthe ..The representative Te of the Chapman PEARSON'S, one year.:_--____-__________-____-_____-________-:;.:._.. ..i $ .
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.;' IJ t 'van. Independent._. ;;In hepeople buggy No sooner-had-j. '"" she-\ ""done- .so"' BOTH'FOR ONLY $2.25 .;' "T -
: '. than Grana.wblppedahea horse and York, Is expected In Pensacola within THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE, oneyear.-------------------------: 1.00 'f
.Iievethe of, Yolusia County ;
i: 1= bare;been 'defrauded;; << b1,"unfair,elec- sent-, him flying up'the-... avenue;at'the a few:.days, and will bld.upo floating THE SUN, one, year_.______.?.,...._______________.._.= ___..:;; __. : 2.00
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t.. "\i', !',tact. ,'methodsI'oppose. ; those'..meth- fasteSt'' speed possible .the.:speed be- : many Mobile TOM WATSON'S MAGAZINE one year..._.______________";: _"__....""- $1.50
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mal'l'118hed THE SUN ,
big increased the ( one
", '''{ 'k dL TbtIs; themly plank In myplatform. as I on. year-------------------------------------------------- 200"
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1tr..f him the Mobile:Register of yesterday BOTH FOR ONLY $2 0 -*
At the,same time with -'free'met _
Jit 3r": .' Lam fiiendly'toward Sens-:.
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'a" -f; "g'1... Sams." 'He''bastreatedme': kindly the.enraged Italian' began beating the. contained the following': We wish to remind you of our determination to make THE SUN brighter,
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'rr ; young lady,' informing"her ,that he Intended :"Captain Chittenden; of the Merritt better and more' powmlll in its influence for all that is right, and live up to ourmotto
t.;; i dcartrteouily,: The on1j''thIng. I.fi : &. Chapman Wrecking Company, of which is known every where-"IF ITS RIGHT, WE ARE FOR lT.'r
{: driving her to the woods and
: eipedallyx dislike about him IB hiebe
> }; ,- -, 'killing So his New York; Is In the city connection We know that ITS RIGHT for THE SUN to have the J largest circulation inthe
!n= in vrfhSteoart'and using bia.In-: her. great.. was rage '
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.,. ... .. to .'"".'. ..Cannon.' Norwegian ateamers'wbteh are stranded they will_get it each 'week. i
"f'? / ]!:no.:soluUoo. for the 'liquor Juncture Italian rage 'came ia: contact along the Gulf .coastThe
with" 'and and wrecked .ITS RIGHT. to have new and interesting features and eo we intend to con.
good/American nerve,
r '.- 'problem. ;;It Is' too bird: for"me,: altfibk ; big :ocean-going tug ,Rescue, of tinge them in the future as,we have in the past. .
,tliaiY I. Child'should Miss Hunter' quickly 'wrested the
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1 :> '- :. 'r'' -'' knife from, the would-be assassin's this company, Is now "on Its way to We are keen! to discern conditions which will need to be made public and 00- '

:: trabted: up'.to the .Wll.he..hou1d. go, "' < 'the'street.. this port from New York, and as soon i presented to SUN readers. Our subscribers will find THE SUN first in the presentation .
$f :'.1> ''arid then he 'fwiQ use food or drink hand and threw it.Into .the contract is awarded' the workof 1 of euch. As we gain the AUTHENTIC and RELIABLE INFORMATIONwe

w' only u his' seeds require;and his appetite Further'.up' the.-a.venue'She .managed. as will write up these conditions correctly and in an unbiased manner u soon as we .
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.will begin along,the coast.
< salvage convinced that ITS RIGHT do '
N. to maker escape 1 'Om'the buggy, are to so.
,.! ,will be trained _to obeT'avigork Many ot the vessels are badly damaged 1
:! : '. :oar win,:the servant oft- 'tender con' and. was protected, ,from .further assaults while others are total wrecks. As soon as you become a new subscriber or when you renew your subscription
on,the part of .Grl, 1a. are in touch with NEWS which. other papers fail to give.! Insist on having THE
t.:: < .:- .. .. Skortll: ; Grana Some of them will be floated. and know what's going on. :
r--; : 'the.attest'. tends;to 4fm'nlah.the, percentage attei..the'occurrent.J' 'J. "Captain Crittenden will bid on all
.' drunkards. Other toflnnces was arrested by Constable Aman'and THE SUN will continue it's CARTOON FEATURE and will pictorially pre
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vessels here, at Gnlfport, Ship Island, in
sent news cuts made from photographs.
to courthouse.. Judge
_.: :te .d'in the opposite dlrecthn.V brought Pensacola other places on the Gulf

The cursed lust for gold; the fierce Robles fixed
-- I Hunter; who is said to be a highly respectable -, per
*truggle.for wealth the Insolence of
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::'"... those who Inherit it; the bringing into .. young'lady, was present In Condor and Merzapore, stranded here, Watson writes better than any man now alive. His Magazine and THE

:: _._ ... :the world ofrhuman souls by those un the courtroom, and bore several marksof Andrea, Hereford, Noach Alfield, Su- SUN for$2.50.
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: : ,t. fit 'for.' parenthood, which may be a the treatment given .her by the perba, Ingrid, at Pensacola, ancf the Hearst has bought The Cosmopolian. and has made it bristle with good thine.
enraged italian.Tormet.te This and THE SUN for $2.25.
,;. worse.form of race suicide 'than that Sign, Magdalena, Nnrnberg, Baunen

Teddy wrote about. (;the people of of Tetter Bad ECMBM Allayed and Hercules, at Ship Island'Sams. Fill out coupon, mail it today with your remittance, and be sure getting ,
\ 'Vplusla 'County were honest and*patriotic. characteristic of the greatest magazine combination that was ever off'ered-e.n opportunity of years
The intense itching eczema -
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Blood Mark and one it is safe to say will never be made again.
. there,would.be no grafters. no tetter and.like skin diseases is instantly S
fi. .blind tigers. allayed by applying Chamberlain'sSalve A tale of horror was told by marks of
.: . and many severe cases have been human blood in the home of J. W. Williams THE SUN, Date---------------------------------------------
'"I 'favor good roads, but I oppose permanently" cured .by its use. For sale a well known merchant of Bac

.. boning the county: If, times were by all.dra'jtffists and;medicine. dealers. Ky. He writes: "Twenty years ago I Tallahassee Fla.:

,hard. and many were. out of employment Engineer's Narrow Escape. and had severe was near hemorrhages death when df I the began lungs taking -, Enclosed please find $______u____ for which enter my name for one year'8Iubscription : e '

: (, might favor It. Bonda issued Dr. King's New Discovery. It completely -
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,now, when times are good and labor (Lakeland News.) cured me and I have remainedwell to your paper and the following magazines____________________________:_
'' high might have to be paid when the A bad freight wreck occurred near ever since." It cures hemorrhages,
chronic coughs, settled colds and bronchitis
demands:of the tax gatherer would .be Kathleen last Monday, ,resulting in the known for .
and is only .cure --------------- ----------------------------------------------- ---------------
'hard to meet. painful injuries to Engineer,,Brower, weak lungs. Every bottle guaranteed by :

I r ,"I think Broward honest and capable of this city, whose escape from a terrible Red Cross Pharmacy.. 50c and $1.00. .. .
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Trial bottle free. _
__ ,'and.I,see.no.reason w.h1.I should death was little less'than mirac- s

not support. his administration. I ulous. Two negro trainmen were also .. Xame.____________________:_: ; -::------
Great Bm.lm"_ HeaL .' ;
tbonghtrthe time had not come for injured, though not seriously.The .
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draining the Everglades. As we have accident occurred at a' trestle man Friend why-If don't you yon love marry Miss her? AddressMerchants __:___-_________ :::-. ____
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: :, started at. It, perhaps we had .best. go spanning a small stream. In some Bachelor Doctor-Heavens, man, she 4
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,. through .rdth of this had best ------ --------------.---
it. Senator Sams appears way the supports bridge Is one of my patlents-Judge.

;(.' .to believe that'Louisville ftNashyHie caught fire and were practically

1:> -" ; .money-elected JJ ard.and burned,away,. leaving the track to all $33.00 to CaliforniaNow

I"t 4 that:most,.of the land in the Everglades appearances unharmed. When the is the best time of the year to see

.-J<<.''" 'w1lbelong' .to_the Louisville,_ .& train struck it, it gave way, and ths can California.tell yon The all about farmers the and bumper fruit growers crop of QUEEN OF- SEA ROUTESI

<{. ,.. ,-, Nashvliiev. 'If sc>' there--. ought to be engine and several cars'w nt into the 1906. ,
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.-:1' '<- some,dray' to make' the Louisville & stream. .Lo.w one way rates every day to October

/: "-Nihvillepay; ;for ;the* drainage. The The engine turned almost completely correspondingly 31st, 1906. $33.00 rates from from Chicago all points and

.f'Senator, quoted, one. who intimated over Mr. Brower being Imprisonedunder east viaUnion
> that'&ro and got ?5 per-cent.rake often it, though an inequality in ,the Pacific and Southern Pacific & Miners Trans. Co's j

Railroads. .
dredges and prevented him from being .
the ,mo&eypaid for ground .t
Be sure your tickets read over this line.

.''r...:..,' ,.". ',lI6kteritf. ;If- r> thought:BO-, '-" < aM' get' Broward impeached. escaping steam threatened destroy J. F. VAX RESSSELAEB, STEAMSHIP LINES

.:>." :, ="If\:.onejnte. 1 J ;to;ote:.for',me, .he bim.in a few moments, but timely assIStance 124 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Ga. d. 1

'/. : v. has ;,rightto: :know.. .my. ,dews 'and from a.colored -brakeman en- For Over Sixty. Yean. -BETWEEN- l';

.. toienttons :as to matters I:might.have abled him to extricate himself from Mrs. Winslows' Soothing Syrup" has 1

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with perfect success.
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:s.Ui?"It Js.none. of_your. business who sundry scratches and bruises, child, softens the gums allays all pain, -.

': aim: what I am,.or what. X intend to but ,on the'rhole' thinks he got'off cures wind, colic, and is the beet remedyfor

'. .> deC tact not conciliator. ;:1 do'nbtto lightly. diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor Direct Connections for j
little sufferer immediately. Sold by drug-
*." make'.: enci'. Some folks Passengers on.the southbound train
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.". :';47.... ;JoYe.<'me'for'.the enemies. t have mad Monday night were}transferred' at the five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for Washington New York and Boston. -

-.,. <.> ':. .ftrh&pi'.Jfl-- ; the"" :only, lovable .tbto* scene of .the.wreckt.and... -the- -track was "Mrs.' Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and ; 't
take other kind.HOLUSTE.R'3.
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m f .x ? ':- $treat; many of those present ezpreplaoatioii o CanklinL Homer C tlnover.Andrew P HuUiDI, 11W-. PA :' alum no phosphate=whidk are tkeprincipal -

4f. :!' .. ,ed tttaieopiifttgtttovert; r eei. Daren, G FDecker.. L KDeppe. fear.Alex Olmstead, H BOwenaAlbert J' ,: .
Paddison,Geo F elements of the so-caSedckeap
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DaVll E J' Denbam, C J
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f. ; :. ;4ik-, j i' a .mentbein payd wunoteatidactoryto DaYis. Henry Dunn, Edwin Roesch, WmR Roddy.Geo' '" baldug

;); x -'k. y r..: -'them'at allZ Dressler, Paul Doolittle;L W BoImeUer J W Bobeson, Henry ifrom bona rock and suk&uric 'acid. -
r Bodes Green VBedstone Redstone, C G ,
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Ellenwood-Andrew English, M: E _
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; :; 'f- ..._' :-f : *\nnh7. :ti r English H Ennis, "as D Snell,J T Sumter,Thoa Si-
.;, ." ., Flood, C D Foekr,'Alex Stewart E AM Shave. TJStewart

y; 3- .Death pfJCn. Alttne Brady Fulton, Chas Fries,'J 0 Scammell, B M S B I

J....', 1J. = Fareria, F Futch Wm F Simmons P M Sample, DHSimmons ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO, NEW YOU a .
:.' k = ,l }: :, 'On Toeeday> evening, at 8:30,' fortifiedIL Fischer, C F Gladwin, 8 N. Simmons, A A J H -IF* *> =
Gardner, C A Gibson, Wm- Taylor, C L Taylor, E BThompson
the last church .
: by rites of her surrounded -
: J,:. Gibbon Andrew Gaulden, D L.. .J B Watts, S K .- -
,. .by her.children and. grand children, Gray 8 F Green Joe 1 j Whitacre,,S B Wingate, W T : ;
PRECINCT NO. 80. Provost E B Pendarvii,Jaeob .i
Griffi&Lenard8r Young CJPRECINCT --I'
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:3 t Mrs. Albine Brady passed peacefully from
:i!!:: Giles W p. Galdbrandson G Pendarvis, A E Kgta W J .k"

y ; ::, this to a better and'happier"life at the_ Goodwin, W F. Gay, J B MO. 6.Melbourne. Banyan. Ramsey, D A Stewart.C L t'-,,. ;:-
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1<;?: ....h; K Stewart.,B B Stewart C 8
ripe of 84! Griggs, C W Gore, J
age Bisbee, Wins'.owCasper Campbell T A _= ..'
Walker C E' .
7'5 t : aed'v18; Goodwin, Jno L Grills H M John L C H .
Casper
& The d descended from one Akins, Randall Adams Bethel .
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Holton, Henry Hunter,G H Brothers, W W Branch E P Caves,'B E Capron, E W I hereby certify that the above b a eorrectlist ,: ;:
.i ''f t of the first families of Belgium.: Her father &mpton,leaae Hall, EWHarf 3rannon,Maxfield Beanjean, X W Ensey, G F Grant, HHJernigan of the duly qualified voters of Brer r4 {

.. i Dr/Henri. Eloy Joseph LeRoy, 'filledWith H L Haile,W L H WHall. Benlow, J M Brown, Geo H Geiger, J F Bennie county. W.8 NORWOOD, 11. .
P J Hall '
t f honor and national credit i 'the Beanjean, CM Campbell, A E Mathers, LMcJonkin Million, A Supervisor of BfsTitosville ;--
4z ,most. Harrison, Jl H Howard, G G' "
(Campbell, L'has'J F Downey N G A Osteen, 8 A Flay Oct. 22nd, 1904.
: Hansen, 0 C Higginbotham A J
$: : exalted positions in his native city of -
Srecson, GE Evans, A J'
Headburg N A Hitchcock, Fred N ; -- '- ,
: =" : Soigniea, where be reached the very.apex Henry,John' Hitchcock, Luther f1 Ford, S P Goode,R W

r'; ;4;-: of distinction in his chosen profession 'of Jones Jones,, M Isaac 8 Joyner Jamison R J W W Gillis Graves, J, C HLipscomb E Lyman Goode, A A J E ..;;. -

medicine. Robt J S F Long, J L .
Jones, W H Jones
readers of this'imperfect Ed E Minor. J M Martin Sam M f
f : Nothing can give to Kline,Julius Knox,
: Knox,J T Kitties, J H Martin Chas M Murphy, B E OaI
.J.1{, sketch a better idea of the'lofty
King C E Kitties,Gifford E McBride, C T Oslin, C B
social and remarkable Platt, HiramBicbardaon Platt, ht B
,;. standing qualities Losley, F A Louisiana, F L
; w: < of the'LeRoy family than the fact that Lowery A Long, Cbaa.Lafiln C F Boss Joseph
; JDO H Louisiana Joseph Stewart, C HStepbenson Stone, J SVanSteenburg d ,

: the father of our departed. citizen was Motlow R L Morgan. FA E A ,Bartly
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Maxwell \V H Mobley. M T Wells, William T Wallace, W 0
\ deemed worthy of the highest ,decorations ,
M B J L ass
y Metzger Mobley, PRECINCT NO. 1.
: for services which his
; distinguished
i Morgan E A andaville, G L

country could confer. When still in the '&Iaslener, E 11 Ilathere, W 1. MalabarArnold nmad

'' i ti prime of life he was made the recipient McFarland H McDonald;J A Arnold, Wm P E B
McGuire, J T McBurney. Haward DOt
Arnold E W Bolton C W
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; of the much coveted "Croix defer.", Af- McKinney,Wm W Norton, 8 J Brainard.L K Brainard L G be a uY

.. 4erwarda lie was decorated by the Belgian Nelson, N P' Norwood, W S Comstock F W Conkling, B A
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Nauman,G B Nichols, Jack loom la
H D J H .
Conkling. Clohecy
t it monarch with the order of 'Knight of '
Nado, Tony Nelson August w fLoUyuowa
"" Carver, S Damon, G W
.. : honor Nauman, F R Norwood, B A .
.., Leopold and finally the highest Drake F A Forrest, F 11 Oil
Nolle, Albert N Newbauer, Edward Farley, John M Ham, J R a PEBFECTIOI
of the literary and scientific, world was
W' Osban J M 3
Osban J Hunter, J M Lanier, IWSvedelius Hour. This b aa *
conferred upon him when he was made a Osban,-J C O'Boyle'J F Platt CPSchuyler E utahftionwberevcf
beak tail girt
;fa. I -, member of the "Royal Academy of Sci Pritchard, Jas Pritchard DB' E W Washburn, G W s
', Puckett, P E Peacock, M L ... Yates, W NPKKCINCT -"-. Prodjces Intense
ence. Pyles a R Pigue, M ,
imoke smell because &U is
neat without or
Educational advantages of the first order Prevatt, W'H Pees,, W L 50.13.
Pius, H Y Pritchett, Geo E equipped with tmftVfk dcnce -BO trostlDO ,
were enjoyed by the children of Dr. Putt, A S Quarterman 0 A Georglana Easily wried around from worn

: ?: LeRoy, and it required but little perspicuity Quarterman 0 A Jr Bobbins, G M Bruner, A L Brnner, J W danger. too
the wick hicfa
E E Roland J W to You cannot turn
1tollios, Baldwin, L E Carter, A B room.
4 t to discern after a short conversation Revels Jas Revels, C E to b
Chambers. T II Hiscock, A V or too low. M CUT and asaF1e bare
' with her that Mrs. Brady was a lady of Rice, S E Stewart, A A hughes, H K .' Hall, E V The

fit exceptional culture, keen mind, great Simoneon, Jno Snowden, J S Linnabnrg, Edward Manson, F W u a lamp.
!Stewart 0 A Smith K T Page, ONKogero Provost, C D
r ability and of marked personality, quali Sharp, J W Shoemaker .W F A I Shippte, J A

} r .. : ties which shone forth with nndimtned hnltz, Chas Sharp G W Tattle Jas Ulrich, FritzWittfeld PERFECTION on Heater
Stewart, C R Smith \V J White, Jas H PH
l: lustre even in her declining years. She Simmons, Cleveland Scobie, Fred B
Wittfeld, Wm Wright, Gilbert Smokeless Device.) :
y : :ft. came to America shortly after her marriage Strickland Oska Tucker, John- (Equipped wife ,_I
; Walstine. W H Wilson B R PRECINCT NO. 14. ""t
"k : t':: S and made Florida her home in 1876 Wager, E B Watson, J R Merritt baa ornament to the home It II made iA two f nisha-nicbI _

r :_ r .In her passing from our midst our town Webber, J M Wacker J R and iipan. Bran oil fount beutUufly tl"ltt-ed. Bolds -

'y-: has lost one\whose long life was a bright Willis, Joe Walton C H Andrlx,C P Allen, L P 4 quarts of oil and burns 9 boutIo Every hum wunnted.
'.' Wetmore, T T Wiugate A M Bergmann, F Carter, J E be latisfied with anything>M a PERFECTlO Od linter. x
beacon of brilliant example, serving to Webb, F J Wilson J. P Cleveland, Chas Dallas,Joe Do DOt Heater informatioa from your deals write ..
S, Waller Jno N Worley 0 S Field, John B Field, S J If you cannot rd or
r : .; animate others in their effoits, to love circular. i
for descriptive ,
Worley, V T Wilson Harry field, J M Field Joseph E to nearest agency 'JThcRavOLamp
t J i. : and serve God. Her.deep, intense love Wright L Walton, PO Gurney, L H Humphreys, ASHumphreys N..

k : ::':. for her children was scarcely ever eqnalI Wright P H Wilks, Amos F G Jenkins, H H makes the home
- i' : Winterhager Wm T Yelvington, Asbury Koch, John Laphara Jalma L the aafeH
* : led. Her humble submission! to God's! LaRoche, F W LaEoche. R J bright.

f'l*; will in her affliction when sight failed PBECINCT NO. 3. LaRoche, B B LaBoche, D J aao hat lamp tae

[ admirable and made City Point. LaRoche, E W LaRoche, B B altround household use. Giva a dears study lsght.atsd
Z her most
was a Made of bus throughout aril
Miot, John B Moore A B with latest improved burner.
lasting impression on all who had tie Black. Fred H Beal B F McDonald, John Sisbett D St Clair nickel plated. Every limp warranted. Suitable for buy

t' % a : S pleasure of meeting' her. Her' life w*sis Black Bentel.H Jno S A Chester Boyle, Clarence, Gee'E Sams.Reed, John M S E Schuyler Same, John Geo H W dining room or parlor. Ii not at your dealer write to ftearest

. = : &*; actuated in its every moment, by Jove of Chauoey, J J Cresson, W H Sanders, W B Smithie. Wm agency. STANDARD OIL COMPANY. Io orpMtf .

dt.aiei Ilunuam, B J DpJ, Alex Sanders Thos H Sams J D
: God' Her faith was to her th::n ,
Faber Albert; Faber Geo B Sanders. Thos 8 Simms, Butler
'., life, for from that noble faith she! drew Hatter J D Holmes, G W San S, \V B Sams, Wm F

r ES ineffable consolations! always but pa tie- Hendry Snell Hatter, W H Sams, Wm b Sams, H H
' Menu, W B- Joyner,J J Sams, Thos Lee Sams. Walter E
.,. 4 uS nlarly when. life's'sun was fast sinking Johnson G W Mathers A N Thompson, Madison Whaley, E M

behind the hills of time, to rise on the Mast, E M Nichols, thai: L Wallace, Geo L ,
; Prevail, J A, Powers, Rufus
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i -F'1 4 unending shore of eternity. B&ulereon. Elias Robins, T A PRECINCT :NO. 15.

a' ; "Death loves a pinning mark," andS Sharpe, \V H hwmson, E E Canaveral.
Stahl J \V.Tarter.. C R
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r when its cold hand
: ; certainly unrelenting Wilson, Albert Wilson, Jno H Benecke, Henry Barns B C Fertilizers
; j 4 settled on our dear departed one it tame Williams, Hub Eberwein, JohnHoneywell Franklin, A

to take to a higher sphere a shining light PKECINCT >0. 4. C P Hogan. J II
i Holmes, H L Jeffords, S L
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,.. '. effulgent with every good quality of head Kockledc Peterson W CPraetorious. Penney N NPraetorious

r c and heart Gone to enjoy the eternal Wm H E J
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Ambrose, Allen, Arnold
* l '' % 'i :S. ", beauties of the Beatific Vision.! Gone! Arnold E Andrews BNAkkins Q ,larterman G M: Sturk, John L .
Tuten, L G Tuten S R
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. But ne'er to be forgotten! Gone! Yes, L B Breese, E hiBowers Thompson T JWilson, F M Fifty years' experience through three gener
Booth Wm E
lj',- but with ns,lingers still sweet aroma Brown,,Joseph Brady Braecw, Chas Wilson, Henry White, John S ations of the Mapes family.

:: of her lovely life to'be a powerful ,incen Boys),James Brabham J A PRECINCT NO. 16. We
Coggin.C J Childs Sam are a household word all over fair Florida.
. x ,' ;: tive to noble lives as was undoubtedly Cooper, J P Clayton, L Hanlover. '

: .. Coats J 8 Coombs Geo L Our thirtieth in the state.
'i$<-"' hers v Campbell B W Crook,T R year
S To her children and all three Coward,J H' Carrington;Chas Campbell. D Crook, Wallace
'_ one generations casey, I D Chalker J NDaniels Our goods combine safety, reliability and
L Elliot, Bobt Futch
Henry
... : :. .: of, whom are denizens of our L T Dixon A S Foster Robt Griffis,, J W profit for the
grower.
Dixon A Z Dixon K Ii
"it' T TA town, we extend oar wannest sympathy ; Grims, M Griffia, L Jr
S S DuselJoseph Dixon W P Griffis, J 11 Holmes, Wade H No
and sincerest condolence in their dangerous compounds.Ask .
sorrow. Dixon,J W :Fisher, Fred Hoeck H J Jackson A

.' U.'r .M.J. C. Fish, N M Goodwin, Frank Nauman, Chas H Nbuman, Ed H our agents for pamphlets and find the
' : ( GiDpu, Gee Gould, Marcus:
< \ :. Taylor, J A Watton, H
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N, f( The funeral service was held at the' GibeR ileiger,,J R C L Grimes Glen, Peter, E E Watton, Wm Watton, B W reason why you ought to buy our goods.

4 l '. ,. late residence of the deceased Wednesday_ Griggs J B Heaton Wm A PRECINCT NO. 19. '. Agents: E. L. Brady & Bro. TitusvilleJ.
tr. f: :- afternoon and Harh1ett, W L Hardee. A W ,
: r .:yti: interment made in vanh in Micro. '
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Hardee G S Hammond C
M. Sanders Cocoa J
;;.: LaGrange cemetery, Father M. J. Corky Bindle Wm Holmes, R B Bertelsen, Peter Be men, Adolph OL Paxton, Bockledge

s ri4>* $ .-:" of DeLand officiating.: The pall bearers,, Biblll, C H Hodges, J THatch Christiansen,Chu Christiansen, Peter A. T. Patillo, Osteen P. Bergmann, Merritt
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t ; : : were Bey. A. D. Penney. W. N. Bead, .
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Y Herndon,Ju H Jergensen,L E. :B. Provost Lotus
S 2-L and R..E. Mhns,Jr., of Fort Pierce; Dr.I '' Lapham A. F Johnson, Henry Johnson, Henry ,

: s G.-W; Holmes, of.Sharpef ,aDd,;r, A..I 51r &_. K.aInd-CB\Mitchell, J F Smith Miller,,B E T H Smith Rssmonson, Louis N K

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', ,, :oa.the. steamer. ;' Maddox F.T.Fawell Dr.Q.Ptek.M.Gc erand ,
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4 "' tor tholamhFleh"Companyt J Vigor .cures. jlwlrj Rimes,'J.T.-RunelIL.J. Simmons, SIXTH: DAY,OF_ NOVEMBER their jurisdiction aa the ireait court and cir.' .":

:.>,'; ;'' --s.F-. riru'haeledtoaheirnsh; hou&COra .. makes;it strong ind'-healthy: Henry Scurry, F C.. 8UHer,Frank Tom for the ratification or rejection 'of the said curt judge of said,eoanty except the. power' '.'
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and
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; authority to
'- '. 4'... "C' ? ; summon and empanel av: --l-
=. < P: : ;"'.""' r 'rhobeatkiMofa teatbDoDa1"-; ( er.. Joint Resolutions proposing Amendments to crandJury. i
: j. ; 'Precinct No.'6. the Constitution of the State of Florida;via: Section shall -' ,:;;.c
: ? oteald
/ M8oli for over sixty years. s There be Li terms ( 7"/ ;::1>fh JassVodgtlnion: ..'chief. of the D. Clark Lonlt Thos.'C. court in each year. !
l B., : Lyman,:. : ,ARTICLE XXVIIL -
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v Hide to J.O.Ayw O>,lown,""
" 9!" :.>: i p.._. ...........h.-.'_... of Orange. N. J.. diedoi.hentorrhage Aue .. ..._ .t West.; I. That the following amendment to'Article Section 43.attorney' There shall who shall be for be said appoiatedy coon aindenting j ..f&,- ; ?
; 'rl'
:: < ofthe Xh9wels:6n.Fl; SARSAPAlttJ1. Precinct No. 7. y XVI of the Constitution of the State of Florida > the Governor and confirmed by"the Senate .,''

; :Ida' ,tCoa-: : er.train 88 Sate lJ .POLS.csast. WCTOWL E..H.,ConkliinjII.: C. ark... be and it b'hereby agreed to and shall and who shall hold his office for four )'earL ::;'-.
;f ,.pasen. be submitted to the electors of the State at His compensation shall be
:j "M'it'll' -""' -i-Li>c fc* f .r ;ft '. -r. Precinct No. 13. fixed by law .... t,
i.-tJ. 4 WD,_rdal mo&nI4,en. route troth, Miami to Ben Jones. '.- the general election, to be held on the first Section 44. All offenses triable fu laId coul1;
_ after the first NovemberA. shall be
Monday prosecuted
Tuesday .upon information under
_ .<.i. =- Jaclriolttalle._. ;$ ; 't''J' ., 1 .)' ecinetNoiii. % > oath to be filed
'J<.:. ; "f; ,. : D.1908, for ratification or rejection. by the pro ecutin.attorney.bnt
'ti'" :(Tht; "t+asseawd. valuation of FortIPiwc The' steamer Palm Beach, WhtCI1sailed ;B. Koerger:0 Section 82. The Governor the'Comptroller the grand jury of the circuit court for said
Rt ;lji.; ,, !, the State Treasurer the Attorney General county indict for
-; from New York; two or three may any offense triable in
'( .. . Precinct No. 15. 1-
4 ithi year-i$1251045and;this and the Commissioner of Agriculture of the:court of record Upon the .
.. ." : finding of such u,
>:"d'J.;)! >- "' t 'than : weeks ago, Is expected to reach West Frank. Kline, Geo. de G. Schoyler. the State 6f Florida, and their successors in indictment the circuit judge shall commit
l.a'Uttlt {mere' ; double,the or

: t"-the.t1m" the. toWn'w. s 'In- George.Hunt as a board.of drainage commissioners,and are ord, which trial shall be upon informatioD.
.: .; .'f.44:1: : ?""' r orated, Av';"Jearaago..when' the present month. The trim little vessel : hereby authorized and empowered to.establish Section 45.. The clerk of said court shall 1 N ;
Precinct No. None.
;; 19 r
{ ; elected
Is in command of its owner Captain a system of canals, drains levees dikes by the electors of Escambia county
( : (; stood at .$62.2 39.75.i Precinct No. 20. and reservoirs of such dimensions and depth; and shall hold office for four years, and his
i J. T. DeBerry. As soon as it reaches Addison Clark Lon Sellers, .J. W. as in the judgment of said board of drainage compensation shall be fixed by Uw. The
'tt Wholesale,'arrests .of liquor .men home the boat will be put on the ways Turnage. commissioners is deemed advisible to drain sheriff Escambia county shall be the execu- '

,: % bave;been made, in ;Tampa because li --- and reclaim the swamp and overflowed lands tive officer of said court,and his duties. and '
for a thorough overhauling'' for the i within the State of Florida, or such parts or feeshall be fixed by law. .

:It jtjiey refuse. to:pay,the new license fee, ; winter business and about the first Victor,Talking Machine portions thereof as is deemed best by said Section 46. The same rules of procedure

j irhtch has been Increased from $250 $5.00 cash and $1.00, week. Records board of drainage commissioners from time to and practice which obtain in the circuit court
o ; : of..January-will be placed in commfc per time and provide for the irrigation of the of the county .shall obtain ia the ooart
r- j to":$50 .. If the decision 'goes a aJJ' ''sion .as a ferryboat between this city 35 cents, 60 cents and $1.00. Over lands reclaimed and to maintain such canals, of record, and all. laws relative to criminal
1,060 pieces of standard sheet music at 10
.iem-Inthelower courts the dealers drains, levees, dikes and 'reservoirs in such courts of record except as otherwise provided
t"f = and the .East Side. While North it centa.: Indian River Music House, Titus-. manner as will be most advantageous to the herein, shall apply to and control the court-
'
""( '[will. carry their cases to ,the, State Supreme is learned that Captain .DeBerry shad ville. territory so drained,the State of Florida.its of record. Change of venue may be had from J t
.
and the thereof. the court of '
\oiW inhabitants commerce record to the circuit court of au-
", z..c>f' "*" !r ; Court. the vessel fitted'with new engines and An debate on the sub- Section 33. That the board of drainage other county for the same causes and under
11.. 'tThe. commissioners are hereby authorized and the laws providing for changing the
largest pompano ever brought otherwise improved.-Tropical Sun.Devil' venue .
";t4.t.!.'..; "N ject of draining' the Everglades, took empowered to establish drainage districts and frolll the circuit court of one county to the -
9 Sat-rayby t 'place at a large gathering of the fix the boundaries thereof the State of Florida circuit court of another county The Govimcr -
-' *Island Tortureis That the board of drainage commis- may. in his discretion order the circuit

"" ;}; no worse than the terrible case of piles Young .Men's Democratic League of sioners be and it is authorized and empowered judge of Escambia county or of any other

.;i;[ 'j Coward. and weighed twenty-two that afflicted ire 10 years. Then I was Jacksonville, Tuesday,night The"opponents to prepare a list or lists of all the alluvialor county to hold one or more terms or parts of
and overflowed taxable lands terms of the court of record.
swamp Any civil
rr'l1 pounds 'Thejfish was disposed of to advised to apply Bncklen's ,Arnica Salve, of Governor Broward's scheme cause*
in the
within such drainage district or districts court of record may be tried before. '
..; ..$. Whyte/who had it frozen lira cake and less than a permanently: cured won. and levy thereon an acreage tax referee, or in case of the disqualification of

it ftf ice at the ice factory. E mpanoes me, writes L. S. Napier, ofRugles, Ky. not exceeding ten cents per acre per an. the judge of the court of record may be tried --
:' Heals all wounds, burns and sores like carload of cattle num to be fixed annually by said board by a judge ad litem, or may be transferred to-
f@8' Ssually weigh. between two and ,eight magic. 25 cents at Red Cross Pharmacy.Dr. A,mixed and hogs of drainage commissioners, and the various,, the circuit court of Escambia county or any

i: S pounds.....:Fort Pierce Tribune. was brought to the city from near tax assessors of the various counties embracedin other county, in the same way and according;
: part or in whole within such drainage die to the same pi visions aa govern such
Andrew Sledd, president of the Kissimmee Monday morning by C. H. trict or districts shall receive such list or lists in the proceedings

_. vegetable University announced at the close of Raulerson who drove the cattle forty and enter the same upon the tax rolls of the county.
county or counties in which such lands may Section 47. The Supreme court of tne State
$:'_-.= was" in "'the- 1ty'-yesterday, stated top exercises.on on Thursday"afternoon that miles through the 'glades, which he lie and the amount so levied by the board of shall have appellate jurisdiction in all case
'the northern side drainage commissioners in such manner and at law and in equity originating in the court
the State Board of Education had established found very dry on_ ,
w the 'Tribune"'that, 'Dover would, this form as may be prescribed by the board of of record and in cases of conviction of felony
7r+1gpseason: 'ship about 13,000 boxes"of oranges 'a holarship to. be knownas It being difficult to find water.for; the drainage commissioners from time to time in the court of record. The circuit court of

. ". "The Trustees Scholarship;" the cattle.-Miami Record.Mr. which amounts shallbe, collected by the various Escambia county shall have final appellate
Lasi
; mostlyf"brlghfs. season tax collectors of the counties wherein jurisdiction of all misdemeanors tried in the
*shippedonly 1,000 boxes. The faculty have established'a scholarshipto such levies have been made as other taxes court of record. All appeals or writa of error '

". '.' be known.as the"Faculty Scholarship Whitehurst a turpentine magnate are collected in accordance with law,and pay prosecuted from the court of record whether
'DoTer oranges are always noted Jor' of Hillsboro County, who recent over said amounts collected tG the board of to the Supreme Court or Circuit Court, shall
r, their fine-quality. Tampa 'Tribunal: /'' and the Gainesville Board of drainage commissioners, said commissionersshall be prosecuted in the same way and according
Trade had established scholarship Iy bought of Thomas S. Knight 63,000 have a lien superior to all other liens to the same rules aa govern such proceedings

i A small fire at Plant City at noon ; acres of pine lands in the vicinity of upon the taxable lands in any such drainage from the Circuit Court to the Supreme Court.
'
known as the "Gainesville Scholar districts to be enforced by tax levy, for the Approved June 8,1905ARTICLE .
Friday resulted in a damage of shipEach of these scholarships are Charlotte Harbor has just arrived cost of any work done under the provisions XXXII.

: The there with a force of hands teams hereof or done prior to the adoption of this
Seaboard Air
11,000. Line pack That the
.o following
amendment
at 'The' Control to Article
Board of
valued J100. amendment under the provisions of an act of
,
t v ing house and a:house just Adjoining, of the and other equipment and begun op the Legislature passed in 1905. XVII of the Constitution of the State of
has named the two buildings Florida be. and the
I same is hereby agreed to>
i .which. was.' occupied by negroes.,,were ,: UnIv1rslty.'Thomas Hall" and "Buck- erations. He intends to employ 1,500 commissioners Section 34. be That and the it is board authorized of drainage to exercise and shall be submitted to the electors of the> .

destroyed. 'The.origin of.they fire,,la man"" HaiL;? The students have set- men. the right of emiuent domain in the con State at the general election in 1006.for ratification -
or rejection:
demnation of land for the location of its canals -
( not known. *The. flames held sway for- down business and will helpto Section 1. Either branch of the Legislature*
tled : to. Half a dozen Seminole bucks from drains levees dikes and reservoirs for
''' about three-quarters of an hour. The the purposes aforesaid and may enter upon, at a regular session thereof; may propose
make the present year, one of themost the Everglades made their appear take and use such land as it may pending amendments to thfc Constitution, and if the
' fire Partment'arrived top late to be same be agreed to by three-fifths of all the
successful to be recorded In theUniversity.Gainesville ance in the city last night, ,all dressedin condemnation proceedings, deem necessaryfor members elected to
of any service on these two, buildings such purposes and in ascertaining the each house;such proposed'amendments
J Sun. their gaudy costumes of white compensation to be paid for such land or rightof shall be entered upon their respective
: .
g I but did effective service in
: preventing Journals with the and and
benefits to be derived from such yeas nays
skirts, 'trimmed in red black yellowand way
!I: a spread to the Chapman livery A Moct Worthy Article drainage shall be considered by the jury. shall be published in one newspaper in each
The only difference noticed county where a newspaper is published, for
green. Section 35. The Legislature may providefor
,' stables, which are among the When'an article has been on the mar one month immediately preceding the next
1- the assessment of benefits derived by lands
>;" J' finest in the State. ket for years and pains'friends every in_their:fall dress was that'the by reason of such drainage and the collection general election of Representatives, at which
"
;;' -' year, it is safe to'call this medicine a skirts were ,made one-quarter of an thereof; the proceeds therefrom shall be paidto election the same shall be submitted to tho >

1 f. Mr. W. F, Miller exhibited at the worthy one. Such is Ballard's Horehound Inch longer than" their summer cos- the board of drainage commissioners to be electors If of the State for approval or rejection. '
'col1jChs'and, all used by them for such drainage a majority of the electors voting upon .* ,
r ; Metropolis o1ice.this, morning an im- Syrup. positively cures .purposes. the amendments
tumes.-Miami Record. at such election shall adopt .
.
' pulmonary diseases. One' of the beet Approved May 27, 1900. .
.'' + .'f- mense cucumber whickwas grown on the amendments the same shall become a part .
.
; in Mobile Ala.
." known merchants ; says: of the Constitution. The amend, .
ARTICLE XXIX. proposed
t'- : the land ,of Mr. B .Fitzpatrick.. at "For five years my family has not been Excursion Bates to the CarnivalThe ments. shall. be so submitted as to enable the i.

:: ..: ',' Homestead. The' cucumber. weighed troubled with the winter .
. .. year Constitution of the State of Florida be '
.,._ 0 this to Ballard'a Horehoond Syrup. I ly. All amendments adopted at the election
\ '. broader
/ much and
'1.;:' ..: jtwo' pounds and was. about afoot know it has saved my children from planned on a larger and the same is hereby amended so as to read at which this is submitted or heretofore ,
than before and it is
fink sea!) ever expected as follows, viz: adopted by the electors .
-yam' length. It was the product sick spells." Sold by Red Cross are hereby declared a
, many that the attendance will exceed that of
'" "Section 9. The salary of each Justice of part of the Constitution from the date of the
.:.... :,'.- -:> .of seed planted September 5. less Pharmacy. any previous year. the Supreme Court shall be four thousand adoption of the same.

J :; shun six weeks ago. Mr. Fitzpatrick The: Florida ,East Coast railway will : (f ,OOO) dollars a year. The salary of each Approved June 61905.
:t', '_ Major' Robert Gamble died at the make the exceptionally low rate of one' Circuit Judge shall be three thousand five The votes cast in compliance with said proposed -
,." : :. ,has a .large crop of cukes-and they hundred ($3.500)) dollars a year." amendments, and the declarations '
: : .- home of his daughter, Mrs. Howard fare pins $c for the round trip, makingthe canvass -
That the foregoing amendment to Section
": ; :" -; : are all ,exceptionally well developed Gamble, in Tallahassee Wednesday rate Titaaville to Jacksonville and re. 9 of Article V of the Constitution is hereby to the and same returns regulations thereof and; shall restrictions be subjected as are
"
; F H. .and'healthy, fact attesting the productiveness night. Major Gamble was a memberof torn, 490. Tickets will be sold on November agreed to and the same shall be submitted to provided by law for general elections in the
5th to 9th, inclusive, with final the electors of the State for approval or rejection state of Florida.IN .
: soil In that
the sec
E: ,... <", ; of the distinguished Gamble family.He limit to leave Jacksonville .on any train at the next general election of repre TESTIMONY WHEREOF I have here-

' 'it'-. ,.tion.=: Miami ,Metropolis. was the oldest resident of Leon November llth. sentatives as required by Section 1, Article unto set my hand and affixed the
'.., t XVII of the Constitution. [L. S.J UreatSeal of the State of Florida,at
! ', \ : ... A few toys.ago Mr. Reiss, of the County being ninety-three years of Weekly Weather Report.T. Approved May 31. 905. Tallahassee, the Capital this first

__lt-7'' Atlantic ,Coast Line offices received age. He came to Florida .from Virginia ARTICLE XXX. day of August. A. D., 1906.
DKPABTMXNT AGBIct1LTUKKWKATB.
S. 11. CLAY CRAWFORD,
.:: information that an uncle in Germany in 1S27, and has resided in the : 1BBDUAU.JCPITEB That the following amendment to ArticleV Secretary of State.

'. ', .." had died, and: that. he was probably State continuously since that date. He I i FLA., Oct. 23. 1006. of the Constitution of the State of Florida, To J. P. DROWN, Sheriff Brevard County
relative to the Judiciary Department to be Titusville, Fla, Aug.3.
helr.to a portion of a large estate. Mr. was a gentleman of the old school, Comparative statement of temperature numbered Section 39 of said Article V. be and -

1 Y Reiss went_to Jacksonville to look up with courtly distinguished manners and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday the same is hereby agreed to and shall be
1906 1905 submitted to the electors of the State at the R6t&s'GRAHAM

the, matter. and is now in communicathe'Cferaan well-known. writer upon economic. DAT*. MAX. KIN. MAX. MIK general election to be held on the first Tues-
Consul at Pltts- day after the first Monday in November A.
Uon'with< subject For many years he was an ; Oct. 17. 82 65 83 70
D. 1906, for ratification or rejection, to-wit: &
-.tiyA :burg. .l o.ls tnveatigatinc Mr. Reiss' advocate of an inland' waterway to 18. 78 60 84 70 Section 39. The annual salary of the

5 clalms. (is said that the estate i? aLi the 19. 80 64 85 77 judges of eath o/the Criminal Courts of Record CO.
..| connect New Orleans with Atlantic ." 20. 80 66 85' 74 now, or hereafter to be, established shall ,

large one, and that Mr., Reiss will' through Florida. He had collected "" 21. 78 70 84 73 be paid quarterly by the county where such (Incorporated Paid up Capital fi5.COU.lff.

handsome fortune .if he 23. 82 69 82 66 court is established, and shall be as follows: This company owns land r _
.come into a valuable and interestingdata a
much 23. 83 71 81 66
:. In counties less than fifteen thousand population in the Indian River Country 1

can prove: his family connection sat-- relative to Florida history, both Total rainfall for the week. 5.33 inches. one thousand dollars; in counties of ,on the St. Lncie River, :
News: Departure rainfall for the week plus 3.17 from fifteen thousand to twenty-five thousand
Lakeland New River
at and Biscay
isfactorily.; natural and political, which was de- inches. population, fifteen hundred dollars; in counties on !

'Commissioners of Co- troyed about two years ago when hisdaughter's Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, plus of from twenty-five thousand to thirty- ne Bay.
,? The County .
11.37 inches. five thousand population, two thousand dollars PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES :
lumbla;Coanty'have"retained'( Colonel! home was destroyed by H. P. HAKCIJJ. ; and in counties of more than thirty-five Send for land list.

Are His Iran buried with Ma- Official in Charge. thousand population, twenty-five hundred f's
body
J/ of tAke CitY, to enforce ; OrrICLs AT .
:. A. Henry, dollars, hereby repealing any and all partor ?
' S the e Uection. from the Internal Im sonic honors in the family burying Sick Headache Cured parts of the said Constitution in conflict TITUSVILLE Awn MIAMI. >E

proTrement.. Board of moneys due Co- ground Thursday afternoon. Sick. headache is caused by derange- herewith.Approved June 6,1905.ARTICLE ENNIS & FORT

.iumbl& :County under an"act of..the. AB Awful-Go-. ch Can' ment of the stomach and by indigestionChamberlain's XXXI. -

is 1 Legislature of 1889, which, provided "Two yean ago our little girl had a correct these Stomach disorders and and Liver effect Tablets a- That the following amendments to ArticleV Blacksmithing and workTITLISVILLE

Vthat. the.moheya arising. from the sale touch pneumonia, "which left her with cure ,By taking them tablets as soon aa of the Constitution of the State of Florida, Repair
She had spells of cough relative to the Judiciary Department,to be ....
lands should go toward aa awful cough. the first indication of the disease ii iiin "
of certain public appears,
like with the numbered Sections 40. (1, 42, U, 44,45, 48 and
,, the payment_of certain railroad jug, just and note. one thought she.wing the attack, may be warded oft For sale 47, of said Article V, be and the same are FLA. -
conch by all druggists and medicine dealers.C to and shall be submitted to
hereby agreed
N-: '.bonds,, Tbe board at' Tallahassee refuses ret well at all We iota bottle of Ch m- the electors of the State at the general election Wagons made and-repaired. Horse Shoeing

lo pay an>,more'of.these claims. berlain's,Ouofb. Remedy which acted &sadiTORtdr.lamties to be held on the first Tuesday after the a specialty. Work from any part Indian
." to bring like a cb rm.'.She Mopped coagfaia*and > > tY alyNMJG ... first Monday in November A. D.. 1906, for River or anywhere in the county will receive
: and,.Columbia County Intends cot stool.and lit,">writes Mn. Ora Bos- .. ratification or rejection, to-wtti our careful attention. We stand the freight, :

.. jill!matter'before the .courts, and get aanl Brakaker, .. Section 40. There shall be established in one way and guarantee to give you satisfac
.. \ all .sndmedidnetealerar the county of cambia: whenever the voters tion. Send us your work.
gale by ,drufI .
.:: ,what belongs. to her. >

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, ';the clrftd :The reader of.tbie.yaper wilT.be pleasedto ity, : those who are admittedly 1:1
le a\M t J-H:should be able toR learn, that there is at least one dreadful tton,
-' y 'wiraZo.Mr.a islet afflicted with disease w. 'lcieace has been able to care in or ; 'lone is f
MWT'upon-it.the cause of all its stages and;that is Catarrh. Haifa(lit: yi fnfiiy of ? ThQ answer -
tarrh Core is the oarjr' Jlidn core known '
-.4 maty 3ronbiadthefint upon ; .
t ;;:> tepahoukL bo towards the treatment,of constitutional to the;medical'diaea*ftatenit/. /',Catarrh. ;;being bIe a the use everyone who has
** requires ;eoD8 ing
theme Important organs.. .This unpleasant tiooai treatment. ,Hall's.,Catarrh Cure is
L r |troabIe|s das tart diseased condition of the taken.internallyrtctin directlp'apon.the deapo Cures ; : d g' knows that in it
Jddneys-and bladder and not to> habit as blood ani.mucous surfaces of..the sntea
"" most people suppose. M thereby destroying the foundation Of the disease 'artistio quality.-that .
"Women as;well as.men are made miserable ,-- and giving the' patient strength'in male 3
with bnildiuc.np'the oonetitgtionand I :aerating larities '
;kidney-and bladder trouble, ?
p .and both need the aame> 'great 'remedy. nature in'doing III.work.,'The'proprietors organs, demand. of the expert re-
The mild sad,the 'immediate effect of have lOmaeh tsit"in'lg'anatiTo poses, tions, s 1
$ Swamp-Root t,soon realized. .It Is sold that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any ,and : truest interpretation of '
case that it fails to.cure.. Send for list of teatimoniais. ; Dr. .
t 4 by druggbtSi in fifly- .'. -. -.
? fsm cent 'andone. dollar 'Address, F..J. CHENEY&CO,Toledo.;'0. found it that inde
sizes You may have a Sold by Druggiate 75r. The possesses
sample bottle by ,mail Hall's Family Pills are the bent: tive
E charm which is diffi-
free also pamphlet tellB M al esp Heoiins parted e

alT about it, including many of the AUTO FOR, A TIBETAN LAMA the
c thousands- testimonial letters received test but which is designated .: ;

: from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kihner Be. Win-HST. ,'to Ba04..BOa. Before, have
- & Co.. Blnghamton, N. Y., be sure and He:Out Use.It. "- superior who appreciate that
,
and
mention Hf paper. One sequel, to 'the British' intrusionInto .Your

1 Don't make any mistake, but remember .the. "forbidden. 'land .of Tibet, from protray every varying :
t. '"c, the name Swamp-root, Dr;Kilmer's Swamp. which age- long- custom 'excluded western UTe
ct Boot, and the address, Binghamton, N. Y, -
.' on every bottle. Inventions, will ,be the immediate to Dr. "soul" of the Ludwig. .
.,' t introduction'of the antomobla; according -
, I : to ;,.""special cable.dJsrAtch. from case as

Nothing but the Skeleton. London' Ito the New.,York Suo. ..Captain"O'Connor for Sold by

>, .The Branson correspondent.:of. ,the British 0 trade agent'at Cyan- Buffalo,
2r! nmesUniOD'8&Ys: "A dl8pateh' frOm tae, la taking ,au eighty horsepower sulting .
;' mot l"ear for the u e'of the grand -.
to'SherUr
Otter Creek E. Walker .Friday River
lama of,Tasbi LbU DiJo.e .
:morning stated that a mann had .Incongruity is increased byttje_

;t': '. 'found'dead on the road, and that fact that neither cart roads nor carts ,A :

I i an' investigation was necessary. The are known In the neighborhood of TashlLbumpo ety. House

, : 'Sheriff at once notified County Judgef and the motor"will be the firstwheeled tiles of
': N vehicle the natives nave The
seen.
-
Friedman and they left
together by -
The TashI lama will have a road made numbers
.i-\ private. 'conveyance to where the body from.'hls monastery Cyantse, where the FLORIDA

:, bad been reported found, for the purpose there is a new British road. about

r ., : of making a thorough investiga The car will be delivered In pieces with
i. tion. Upon reaching Ellzey' they were at Calcutta and taken by train to Dar- ing

. "., Rt{" informed that only the skeleton remained JiHng, where It will be loaded on the They ---
'. backs of coolies. The heaviest part bills
and co ently"Judge FrIed- -
l8eq weighing 600 pounds, will be slung on the
man deemed an inquest unnecessary.The poles and carried by ten men. It will PIANO

skeleton was bound by young thus be carried over the frozen mountain /

- _- man, named Cason, In the edge of a. passes some of them 14,800 feet Mrs. CILIAN PIANO

._, cypress pond about one mile south of highland down to the Chnmbs valley, granted
where the parts will be assembled, and
PLAYER
PIANO
Ellzey, and from indications the man
the car will proceed under Ita.own Mrs.
" had been dead two months.. .As to who power'along the new British road and Mrs
.
e< he ,was is not known and probably across the level plains to Qrantse. Mrs. '

P never win be., There a lama will learn' the mysteriesof. imony.

: About the middle of last August a ..the chauffeur's art. It.is predictedthat

I stranger passed through Bronson going once the Taahl lama *has experi- w'I + Its :
.
enced the joys of motoring will not '
f in the direction of Otter Creek : I !
rest until he drives triumphantly to the

and acting in a very.peculiar manner. sacred city of LulL This, however, Remedy :J

t ,a He :would walk a while then run, Is yet Impracticable owing to the lack ;

would walk again and then run, ,and of roads: children is not fI f

- this was kept up until he was out of and I

', sight The same party was also seen MONEY IN THE CACTUS. tion for .

\_ '". to through Otter Creek and Ell always of lf, ataw tRt eatYi d I
_
pass ......ee of the Sad PUiaa to Be druggists .,
a: zey,. acting in the same manner, and Taracd Into Alcohol.; _

.'.,..')'', the supposition is that this was the Cactus plants, of which there are millions 1

5 { : man whose skeleton was found in the' of acre In Texas and Mexico Ij
;. are to be used for manufacturing alcohol I
of the pond.
edeg Ial
ei 6 III 4 4i
: I" Sheriff Walker, who made diligent says a dispatch from Antonio Tex. I 'rc
A company of North Carolina capitalists -
inquiries of the parties who remembered has been formed to build a factoryIn

.:.. ..-- .seeing the strange man and west TexjH. The mill will be In
<' t
-"::.. from the clothing found on the skeleton operation when the use of. denatured '
'
alcohol becomes
: Times-Union generalIt
furnishes the correspondent
has been demonstrated that a ton
.&. the following description:
. .
of cactus will yield a thousand poundsof i
!/ About six feet tall, weight 140 to 150 wood alcohol Cactus land on the gi. ,

c pounds sallow complexion, light hair plains of. west Texas and Mexico Is I Torpid :
:
". and clean shaven, stooped walk, all now estimated to be worth $'m an acre. :: i'

_ I his teeth; being intact save two of the |Heretofore 5 an acre, this land has sold at $3 to ly J F

. '-' lower ones which. were missing, black Take

". serge coat and trousers, checked negligee Reeonte .* Dla v. oa a Cloth. '
;, shirt, No. 6 shoe 6 7-8 hat and Making 'a. tablecloth a souvenir of meets all demands

; I' ., red socks. happy hours Is an odd idea that Is be- quality and price
ing-carried out by Mrs. Franklin Bell,
;' A small tin can, which contained a
? wife of General Bell, chief of the general
if: twenty-dollar gold certificate, No. CI staff of the.United States army, from $450 to $850

103633902, and also a bottle containing says a correspondent of the New York To the

I.. a small "quantity of laudanum were Press. On a fine damask table cover State Be it of sent on application *

: found near the body. she has earned to be written the FORD,
names of her guests at luncheon, with ida, do

; f ....We the dates of entertainment and short HOUSE TITUSVILLE
quotations about the east. This cloth
:'.. forget-Baby is restless, can't sleep atc was spread only when Mrs. Bell entertained Will be
r night, won't eat, cries @pa.emodiraJly. A Florida, --
for the first and
a guest time
,
'"
r;,. bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge never Monday
the newcomer was requested to do the
mother should Tuesday
to cure. Every give
; her baby White's Cream \.e mifn&e. So writing in pencil At her l leisure Mrs. ARD
.s 1'fails- many times when the baby is pale and Bell orertraced the markings In Indelible -
fretful, the mother does not know what Ink, which will defy the onslaughtsof For One .

> ... to do. A bottle of this medicine would the laundress. gressional : p A TT .WA.Y-
t bring color to his cheeks and laughter to I For Two
r. his eyes. Give it a trial. Sold by Red h the Moon Inhabited .the State -FOR- ,
I
: Cross Pharmacy. For
f 5 Science has proven that the moon has State of Southern Pines,
R r'i{:, :' A Great Season. an atmosphere, which makes life in some For One "
, ;. form possible on that satellite! ;but not for tatives of Baltimore.
". Among the visitors in the city toI human beings, who have hard enough For New York
- time this earth For ,
on of
oars;especially those
". day is Mr. George P.:Mason, a prom. who don't know that Electric Bitters For Tax

I. inent transportation man of Chicago. I.cure headache, biliousness, malaria For For Five ANT TRAINS DAILY.

:.....'' Like all 'others conversant, and familiar chills and fever, jaundice, dyspepsia, For
SEABOARD
.
dizziness JAIL
., with the, tourist travel, Mr. torpid liver, kidney complaints, Public ,
4' general debility and female weaknesses. For ,,-
i : Mason,predicts an unprecedented sea Unequalled as general tonic and appe- lowing PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
'} ,_ ion for the. east coast and all Florida tizer for weak persons and especially! for 13, 19. 20.
'. .!J "''. this wlntor.ti the a ed. It induces sound sleep. Fully tine For ,TaXJMJEl
.. guaranteed by Red Cross Pharmacy.
.The season. 'will be"earlier than Price only. 50 ants: la from Jacksonville to New Or.ea&a.
:s.-- "
.., !;,.',: ',08011 tad will Last longer than ever [L. a.] reservations call on any Seaboard agn1
O"'O'R.I or
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before Mr. Mason In conversa- "' -
said .. T
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,.3t <>: "- NM I GooL government meet the, Liberals half : t
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t U. Experiments trifle with and endanger iMfcUfcoTInfants :
aa 1 MW tarbos. RtiteEorttNeeaylha.d bob way In an effort to bring abort a set. .I

{;.t..;..... 4u :> ". ,.}-!'.. .: _. >>.> ':E .III aataattl. aeewas .4ri tlement'whlch'ir1U i ate the.sovereignty : ,and Children-Experience against. E ms; -t ::.o '? : '.
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.3. r Yii.' rYoaodeiare.. .to.be.tabooedzmiLofiaweal"giuees'ind'look ,'..' ,,KEEp/. YM8. .LOM. CLEAN. '. '"The arrival of.Messrs. Taft' and fia- What is CASTORIA r :
different
con regarded In -
was
: In Cuba
t"f ;.W,....{ ; :Intelys'tneLon- ,. -' ::
'; lights by the different:classes. Those f < .
y.it"-liM ,1tiet.' Jj.itm= ioocffie. -- THE, CUBAN: STRUGGLE.: 1'ere.'of Castoria fa.a'harmless substitute 'for Castor 'Oflf:Paregoric x
who play the political game
"=\ -|li] 111.i : ?": course,'opposed to any:Interference by Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It- -

..j. __iloBfWbtfaihlonabletowearontgUs'd I ._....'... 1tt'B. ,, LMTttf Call*' It ''IcUaO-IH*. the United ,States. They regard very :contains; 'neither. Opium, Morphine nor other'Narcoti% {:.; ."
'', .... uau..witted; ., ,. 5 CraAltloa of the Islam, : '
< ., ",, .!io. ,,;;, lightly the fact that their.country has substanee. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worma sand
:" ""'-, '' ''' .t.01''. look for ; -
) ?! do not
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i.J.:1: -ft-'W--; : : :;A lkw: :v..,..." < ; war made, a treaty In which Is embodiedthe allays FeTerishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind 'r
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; ; ;''l' Xria:;th*'monks o{ Bernard lave Cabana' and the Americana, because Platt amendment '.They' declare Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand

')t" f/eo/mbet to the rogiess of mechanic there' are .too many witnesses among .that GenerafWood.. forced them to acr Flatulency It assimilates the.Food, regulates ,tho
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"', 4ldaros aD4; bsye 'houghtfolly arranged .
arys \ the Cabana
of bow the Americana the amendment against theirwill,
,, i-otor.'a.t'.mce.trom, the valley.. toWi cept Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep 't:
.b "1 -' fought the Spaniards at Santiago." and that therefore they, have ho moral The Children's I'aDacea-The Mother's Friend. '*s t

; 'fle night wer falling tot > :Tblg wag what,Halaey Brown Lear- compunctions about-breaking It The
tlri '
; 1<1'.A. through aa Alpine Tfllaga passed. 'Itt, editor.of the Havana Daily post conservative element, on the other :
JL Mat of light.- nolle, a Knell. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYSBears
.J :J" declared when the Astor band gladly hall the American Inter %
at House p.
." J.3Iate;."?fttt Brother Gabriel seen .
:c-wi.r4"' i., in 'Uew York arrival from vehtion not because they"are fond of .
''"W. his. motor.. ear.. upon bUT "
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-.s' ffi'.o4f. t."Oll: ;Wit""-the tourist maiden cried., Cuba and.asked to discuss the present ..Americans" but because they want the Signature of ;

;>. -r41cmt to have you let me ride' condition of affairs on the Island says peace. :

-. l'f .PcIV., *T
'd. czr !:. .., flier.. -- -. now going"on there be'described. as suicidal majority of the Cubans favored'American
: :% I want! a holy friar % control he replied that they did not.., -

; dJi' "!r a..motor. car." :
"
's! t "The ub&ns realize, Mr. Leavitt
-fti: NDrty. 'tS fast.*''the'old' -arid .
;
:; : i not man laid, "that an enemy composed of Vapolean Bonaparte
.., ,, ;. .j"rrnere'; .i police :trap'.on ahead!"' 4 ,Americana would be far different from
"
: F} ..The friar dashed on...out of sight; showed, at the battle of U8ter itz, he
1 b ..Back,came the. scent, from'up the height the easy fiesta loving Spaniard. Still. was the greatest leader in the world.Ballard's The Kind You Have Always Bought

%$!. ** ", i 'P.a motor car. If war,does comer I believe it wouldbe Snow Liniment has shown the .

?, flew long:;drawn out and very trying. public it is the beet Liniment in the
yr 'Onward he Ucl'tter'hlgher for gOel'rllla In Use For Over 30 Years. '
t!'", hVDtII; an lea chip tore his tire Cuba Is especially. adapted' world. .A quick cure for rheumatism,
: >fighting;. and the Cubans could sprains, burns, cuts, etc., A. C. Pitts,
: K "Or'things began to break'or bend, TNI ecmmuH COMMHT. rr .UMUV TM X Htw von e T* t
&' : ;And Brother Gabriel had to mend hold out for avery long time. It must Rodeesa, La., say: "I use Ballard's Snow ., ....... .
'
:};'i :/.- His motor car. not be forgotten that for four years Liniment in my family and find it unexcelled '

:1 for chest in
headache
::;: sore corns,
: they managed to fight a Spanish army
I". :.t.r1II&: brow was sad. 'The car beneath fact.for anything that can be reached bya
t ,. i He crawled and muttered 'tween his teeth composed of 250,000 men." liniment" Sold by Red Cross Pharm

1P' tWordathat, a friar should never know; In.speaking the struggle In a general C '
.tfil' :H for "Blow Florida East Coast Railway
:,' "( example) murmured. -way-Mr":'Learitt said:
J'- -.The motor, car-
& "This suicidal struggle, which has re-
k Neil" morn, he by the faithful- hound salted In an American commission beIng : acy.CASTOR Local rune Card No. .7. ,In Effect September 1 It, 1901. ,

:.t '. Half.buried In the snow was found sent there ,and which may cause IA SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. 'NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
( Still grasping in his hand of ice -
the United States to"forcibly Intervene,
A spanner, gripping like a-vise No.89 2tly9 'STATIOXS. 110. 18 Na88
For Infants and
Children. '
:>\Ii. His motor__ ear.., ...*. may be placed in the same category as Dally Dilly Daher -

t' .c' other revolutions In Latin American The Kind You Have 600pm 9 20am Lv................Jacksonville................Ar 1 25pm &am
:Tenderly back his brothers bore Always Bought 6 OBpm 928am ............ South Jacksonville..Lv 18pm 8 (71m
And thawed him,"to ."mote" nevermore.,. countries-that is, it Is a fight betweenthe 7 2Opm 10 Oam ...............St Augustine................., 615pm 1 m71i3pm
'And from the mountain's icy eJ'OWDi. *. ,'outs and 'ins.' Bears theSignature 1118am II ..................II&,tings.............,.... 6 Blpm 649&m808pm
'7 JL. team of dogs towed tamely down "There are two parties. In.Cuba the 1135am ................East Palatlta...............II 520pm G 80am83:3pm

r The) motor carl : r of : 1200m Ar................... ................... 4 li5pm 6 Uiam,
-t Westminster Gaaetta Moderates and ).Jb ra1a.. The first 143pm ll10am Lv...................I'alatk&............ ......Ar 6 4Spm II 55atn925pri

,' '.' ..... Ar.................!; ................. .... .. 61:a15am am
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:.".'" '" II Hpm 1240pm ...................lIupont..................." 423l'm 6 m948pm
\,y: / 113pm .................Onnond .................." 366pm li ODnm10O2pm
: 121pm .................Dartona................. -I5pm 448am1018pm
.. 136pm ................l'ort Orau e................ a 8ipm: 4 37&m103ipm
..'' .... .;>&- 200pm Ar................NewSmyrna.- ISpm 4 ham

1110am 4 .Hpm .............. Lake .............,..: 100pm 6 15pmit
Sam 4 5. pm ArI.............,OrangeCity............... 12 SOpm 5 a9pm114Oam
:- !."' .... 500pm ,........UrangeCityJunrtIon...........!" 1245pm 550pm
"*' .. 10 45pm lOpm Lv................New ; ................ 300pm 4 wam1110pm
ft' PfQ California 2.wpm .................Oak .................. 240pm is sham r115ipm

11 lOam 5 51)pm) Art. ................ :, .................. .115yam 11 iIOpmG '
---r-' ? OOpm 11 b5am Lvt..................Sanford..................$Ar 5 Wpm Il l0am115lpm
.' 316pm 'Lv................Titusville..Ar Y 05pm S foam
S .,. ,.- 12 Slam 6lpm ....................COcos........._........Lv 2-Ipm 2'am
:. J. 12 cHam: 351pm .................Rockled e.............,.. 120pm 2111&111.10JIlm .
J .. .. : '. .w Li;. ;..' { FRCM 422pm .. ..............,..F..au alHe................. It 1247pm 47am. 1
: ; ; tt;, :, 11:1am: 43Opm .................lelb/lIme................. 12S7pm 13iiID. .
: : : ; IMam b lOpm I" ................. Sebastian ................. .. 11 2am 12 5.248am .
-*, r" t 6 Wpm ..................St. Lucie............... 10 Mlam 12 00o't } a3O5am
I 161ipm I. ..................'.trt1'ieree................ 10 beam 11 5pm3:10am -t
6371m i I" ...................Tlhhalli.................. I. 10 171m 11 Ilpra335am
J 6 -Il pm ;. ................. ..Eden.................... .. 101:1am 1115pmlOam
$33.00St. -3 I G 4G'm II .................!. Jen; n................... 10 t)Iam 11 O9pmS
/ Chicago Slam 65ipm I'u ...................tuart.................... 1000lim )0 fi9pm
.. 4 20am 'I ................Il.obeNJllnd................ 9 Slam to rpm
-lOam i 4Opm ................West Ju ltcr...,........... u 918am 10 OPpma
151m 815pm .............. ti'e.t l'aIm each............. 8 45am 910pm .
.... -I3am -Ilpm .. .................oynton ................... 8 20am 901pmlifi.3am
800"m .................Delray...........:...... .. 81am Wpm
fI-I8am 9.lOl"m ..............1-"ort 1..lI\lerdale.............. 726am 7 fi9pm
6 i7am 94ipm I .. ....................lIanll1.................... .. loam 75Opm. 3
} > Louis 7 9am 95bpm .........,.......Ilall tudate................. .. 7 tram 1 pm
:, $30.00 7 ?Jlam 10 Wpm I I.. ................ Lemon City................ 643am 7 Uprni
tiro :: Oam 13 3opm i Ar.. .................Miami.................-.Lv 8 3.'iam 1 ffipl!)
h '-- ,, '. '. 8 foam ............Lvt.................. ...................: ............3 Wpm
IOijam ...........jArt................11umetesd............'.4Lv ............ IZ3Opm
:': -J t 7 : ,
: ; BnCet Parlor Can on trains 20( and 78. Buffet Sleeping Cars on trains 69 and & .
j Daily except Sunday. .
<: :. : Low One-Way ,Rates Every Day : co_ No. iT ---r-- I --. l
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No.23 ND.21 No.18 Daily .20 ...2%.
MAY PORT BRANCH.14e.18
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--wt.-_ '':-\o ."ldiiud: Mr%; S.J.FielaYMnandJlMJL : ::: you;new life fresh CIHIJIIO'-and freedom orer 10,000 boxes of oranges' from 'grow r., .- .-

y .. :'<:r ABact'and Mtieessaxoaandwoes : : .Wit tain from,T Ul.health.\,55 cents in.Holiistefa. ,Tea or Tablets.Ask Rocky, Moan evict. ,,'rieio ty. ., Groceries Hay Grain and all Food to Stitarday1 'f
were town ,
_ Jk. 1 jUitors on d- __, J'.1. ::.Mr. t J. :1L, 'Frasier, "of Green CoveSpringe -t i
: We handle produce of all kinds. We tie agents tor Mapea Fertilizers. WedeaiwclasJrsJj i?,
who made1irifTtoi .
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Tfiere has been a & of last week with his .
-" = : spent part : in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write u for pHess fA :..
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." --Mri. 0.,J.'Schoonmaker IWr.'i' and -...: ..W.Manson'went to Cocoa on Thursday over orange groies.'Messrs. '

; 'twice several bones In her aii le. :She _.to complete the arfangements"for'the : Alvin\ aDd Sam, Brooks, of Os- S.3.1TRTQNT '1 Zt .

:E..' ,is.getting I along' comfortably at present. sale of-the ,Lyman,grove... :MrTrafford, ( teen, took advantage of the excursion ,

1-; ',3irL. Loarcey, 4>f New'Saiyrna, came of. Cocoa,.L has:purchased the property Sunday and came over and spent the day Hay, and f J
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....,]f._V;. :. i't, on Saturday to .be with' her: sister. Mrs. from the rivet road to,the Banana river. with the family of Mr. W. ft.Benson. Staple anal Fancy Groceries, = naiades, l

{" :,,, r'i.;' ,fl'' '8ehoonm- ker., :* Mr.';Lee y Win 'build'cottage on the l lot We are' glad to that the school 1.
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!t .i'l..; _,. were Visitors in town. on Saturday" -a'dock'aDd, -boatho +e.: efficient management of Miss Ethel Wells. Titusville. I I PJ.orid.a.

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fi1f;'i", broke Several of the bones in ,his wrist. ,, ,having :put .a good man in charge entertainment will be.given in the r .

? -; have hone in of'the Nirodha ,and looked after other near future. WHITEHALL PORTLAND CEIBNT $ =
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f ::slugs and are patting it in good order:.: business. for Mr. Clement. He was there Mr. E. A, Green, our popular merchant -

: during the ,storm and thinks, on' the went to Titnsville Sunday
fiii1t: The fishermen hauled their launchesoqt .
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;tk[ 'on Oleander point bat ,fortunately. ''and.whole, he prefers' 'to live an Merritts Is. 'Miss Ethel Wells spent Saturday and 500 Barrels will be received in the next"w 'i .

1-!: did not reach Sunday in Titusville visiting friends. other cement
'."1: .the storm us. 60.days. Costs a little more than (
' Mrs. 8. Kit hlng, of Sebastian, is thejoest .Miss Cora 1I1anmn brought a bad cold .Mrs. B. J. Mime and daughter. Miss
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home;,with her when she come from but is better J
': of Mrs."E. E. Grime, Rebecca, called on friends at La Grange ,
: school last Friday but was well enough 5t
' Sunday.Mr. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
Mrs .Archie Frevutt visited several to return Monday.A. .. .
W -&yi with i Mrs. S. 8. Jones. Willie McCullough, Turnbull, Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material.
.. B. Carter Carl Wittfield and Mr.
has sold his of grapefruit to Mr. G.
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Roy Traflbrd .has been taking some Tattle went to Titnsville Sunday night Nolle of this place. Eau Gall ie, Florida.
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Mr Carter was drawn on the others
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Mrs. C. & Ballon and' daughter, Miss
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Blanche who have been the
Williams, of North Carolina, is spending "
driving the school wagon from the North. Mrs. ,Devoe Sams and Baby May are summer in the .northern states, are ex- .PAINTING (

visiting with Mrs. Bower and family and pi cted this week, much to the pleasureof I
is the'life of trade and
Competition weaN
and were here for the picnic.Mr. their friends
; certainly having some life likely, 4' many Paper, Hanging, Kalsomining, Tarnishing, Staining, Finishing,
and Mrs. 0. N. Page were at the Mrs. G. Nolle returned home Tuesday .
: The Bishop cottage is' being prepared Sign Painting of all Kinds, Ete.
picnic Friday. It is some.time since they from St. Augustine, where she has been
r < for Mr. Cuittenden'a use this winter Mr. have bean out and every one was glad to with her daughter, Mrs. Clara McGuire, Old Furniture made to look like new. Mirrors made and Reailvered. Reasonable Rates
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'<)3hittenden ocopied the Travis .cottage
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see. at the East Coast hospital.V e are gladto
last season.: v. "W" ESILiDPlElD
Lee Baldwin was not well enough tUbe report.Mrs McGuire very much better.

Mr;8. F. Travia has made an addition out Friday. He'was much missed by Mr. J. a Deal, of Oak Hill, is here Location: Scrinigeour Building, on Washington Aeenue, next door north of Lesley's
-1S. ;4o his billiard room on the river bank
,'- -enlarging it._ everyone. looking after the gathering and shipping Titvis rlllo, Florida
: Mies Mary Wittfield went Ito Cocoa of fruit for Messrs. Magruder & Cooper.
._ ThepaiD&ell are still busy in Cocoa last Tuesday 'to have some dental work
house in town has had ,
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!t; -attack oIpaint. done.. Letter to L. 0. Branninj Victor Edison and Taliophone
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L. A. Peck writs that he ell)6'tlJ'to. be ...
Mr. W. H. Creseon, of City Point, conducts Titusville, Fla. e
here for
Thanksgiving.
Talking Machines
,P, T-. the services in the Episcopal church Dear Sir If we sell Devoe to paint jju Supplies and.
The account of the at Mr. While'swill
party town, road won't have much
every Sunday morning. Mrs. Arthur your your so .
Xapham organist. appear next week.-[ed.] freight to handle. t Records sold by the ;
It takes 10 gallons to paint a fair-size

Mica Underwood who was clerk in the This is the season of decay and weakened house, and that house won't want (tainting -
fiostoffice last winter will hold that office vitality. Nature is being shorn of its again for 5 or 10 years. That's true INDIAN RIVER HDSIG HOUSE

again this season. beauty and bloom. If yon would retain in a way; but people you know, rather lTITUSYILLE.
( yours, fortify your system with Hollister'e like fresh paint, and they paint for nothing p FLORIDA
- Misa Mamie Taylor, of Shiloh; is Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents,. Tea or but looks sometimes.
visiting Mrs. Zack Dixon in North Cocoa. Tablets. Ask your druggist That house would take 12 or 13 gallonsof
almost any other paint than Devoe,
Mr. D. St. C. Niabett of Indianola, LEAD QALLIK. and would have to be painted again in .

k, has a fine black horse, which he recently half that time. Ten years is a very long

st purchased, at Key's stables, waiting for Fogs during the morning for past week time for apaint to wear; and fire isn't a
short. .. {
pleasant weather to cross to the island. Walter Booth is home again after the j
Which makes the most (freight a 10
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Humphries, of awful experience of drifting over twelve or 20 gallon paint?5 or 10 year.paint? But The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.
Indianola, were among the Saturday hours in the sea during the storm last the 10 gallon paint is the 10-year paint;

%. visitors in town. week below Miami. and the 20 gallon paint is the 5-year paint
Which makes the most freight? '
The Hicks' dwelling is under way and Alex. Near is in Ean Gallie'again after .Ask your paint-dealer which he'd rather -

; will be ready for occupancy this season. completing his artesian well contractsnear sell, and which he could sell most ot.? MACHINE SHOPS r
Jacksonville. Mr. Near's plant will Ask your painter which he'd rather
Mr. and Mra. A. L. Bruner daughter
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good is
be returned by F. E. C. freight. paint; or paint good
and niece paaaed through Cocoa on Wednesday for his Imsineap; which is good paint, the
enroute to Georgiana from the Work on Mrs. Harbour's cottage is being 10 or 15'gallon paint; which pays most! Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS'

-north. pushed on to completion as fast as freight, and which |trays most wages.
I possible.P. Which will you buy yourself, the 10 gal. I
? 'Mr. A. H. Trafford has purchased the Ion 10-year, or 20 gallon 5 year, paint? .
Xyuaau grove at Georgiana. He will continue A. McMillan has been in St. Lucie Yours truly, HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS

in the bakery business in Cocoa and Dade counties for the past week.A. 21 F. W. DEVOE & Co.,
New York.
having someone to take charge of the N. Mather's launch is nearly com- P. S. J as. Pritchard & Son sell our paint Agricultural Implements

-grove. pleted. The work is being done by C.

INDIANOI.A I H. Casper, of Tropic. The contract has been awarded for

s'x Miss Ethel Wilson returned to her The recitations by the pupils were well Lake City's new high school building, SANFORD, FLORIDA 4

I. home in Titusville on Sunday after spending ,attended by the patrons of our school on which is to cost nearly $20,000.

a few days with her aunt, Mrs. S. J. i Friday last. The little ones show marked
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Mr. and Mrs Vesey Hall and little J. (\ Spiller, of Sheboygan Mich.,

daughter, Edna, also the Misses Eva and artived Sunday to spend the winter here to R. L. MOTLOW

.Nellie Owens, of Georgiana, spent a with his son, E. Spiller. The former is

v; pleasant day here on Sunday visiting 83 years old, but still hale and hearty. WINCUJTR"NUB

6. friends.Mr. }lr. M. B. Spiller, of Printi vale, Pa.,
D. St. ,Clair Nisbet visited Titus- who is the guest of C. G. Redstone and

.- -ville in the beginning of the week re- family, is a brother of Mr. Spiller, of Sheboygan

turning with a fine new horse. Mich., and is bale and hearty "

There will be 'a dance this (Friday) though in his 93rd year. 1

-Evening in the Club House. All are cordially Messrs. Hodges & Scott, of Melbourne, i
Loaded Black Powder Shells
invited. are doing mason, work at Walden cottage, ,

The oranges are coloring up nicely now in be north end of town. % .t. i
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II .' < "a goad: ,' ; t Sunday and .will be the guest of her rIN Are Sure Fire : '
r' ;: Mr,: a'd.Mr. John-Macdonald are expected cousin, Mn.'W, H. .H. Gleaaon for' the i :

'J.!..: ,,home :Friday:.,or,, Satorday after. gaming winter MUOn.I Will Stand Reloading, \._ l
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