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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: November 16, 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: UF00075901:00391
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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-'(-..< .. .''. .... ,-; f 1111TONTMf $ P uIHt. } de h W bey sJrteVs cWtl,'UttJ Mildred $. baa returned to hla home in ttayto&a I V .

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lid: "aNf ". ... .'- ,,, .. .. > match.Krinkledown. j
'. .,: ... NAIi".fr "rvi .!:'-'lli ,Richard' -- :'Rooblns alao Heater something entirely new in the Carnival at Jacksonville. '-i!

<< .. ', ....i, iBQBYfof Ryals Wager spent last.Saturday___. In'Jackaonville for children's coats, colors light blue, red Mr. f1
.... (<+< ""- ""' : i"f -<' L and Mrs.V.. H. Hall_ were called a
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,. Chairman Carnival and had:"a plesauttime., -
-:. _-?t "" t..a: iJ1Wlll D ; ; very Boys' suits in black and navy blue Thi illness of Mra. Hill's father, who
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.. arriving bet, handsomely made sixes from 8 to
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Office op been very ill for several months. !
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__;@ '.' '. 'l..t l'riI. tw",:.1.... canvassed. ;the held returns in Bre-of'the'l" arrived;: Sonday night....s'.Pen' Monday I kid gloves, all'colors including Mr. Mason of Turnbnll, sustained .a "L. ;
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'<'_. ',' ',' ." :>.:..:t.:"' "' !f ',t'- 'W\I-l -' c famous Royalton make. This is one of horse scared which caused the anti <* Y
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.. .,Alt1lidv : ")! i tl'1k-.e!eal .adidateS and amendmentsto Mrs... Morriaoa and two\,.babies had beenspendinf guaranteed,just from the factory Monday mal to throw him near the corner of

'. -'il: : ..... .. .ft! / .i'J_ ...- "' Mfi.,. .. &;UweoaaUWk$ &. :%>suboiitted,'' *"* "the"-"peo-" about ten daya Mr;and Mrs. ladies'only. shoes 1.19,per the pair famous, sixes Knppendorf 6\ to 8. Main and Palm streets. !it

: N; '-" rief-rvtrssa sn-Frtnk. dark"208, Morrison. kh>TWday night for Miami A Dittmannwithout doubt i it it. the beet Mrs. Deisner was called to Jacksonville e

,: ..j1i', .tait; .... W, ai... cite;", .. ) GG.; haeii ..bebel re&arDio'Savannah shoe on the,market, we will pot on sale Monday by the death of her grandson : .
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<,,< i-, ,:;;'1ptii '.""Ui"ii.. : u Wl iltld l1o.'titwsene (Socialist) 50.. in, the ci'1t; in all ahapee auet and prices.It Cuban heel,'large eyelets, very nob place Tuesday afternoon, burial in St. r

;: ,.,.-. 0 ... -.::. '-....:tIIft-' f rot RepteINiat1t- N 27L'Ter has by shoe worth $3 50 Monday's special Mar). .Catholic'' cemetery. Mr. Dei&cer .
.:!: .:; *:_; .,..... ; OoonIFI' Wilaon 901.>> i.o'reported shags: ,hooaeboat IDdife and his mother arrived here
p.88.
:--r.; :... .,....icJi.1.. fend ashore "the beach
; ; rlMe Arm fI -". B. Hell 3O1.LbIlsMetk been .on ocean Also another lot made of excellent
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jf.\s:! ,' 'i "J..Tt. ... '. .-11* !kli. "' B..W;H&llII 30?... opposite Eao Gallic thatIs.sappoeed .to quality of vici kid, medium or low heel, nightGet
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'J-< .w" FY : winter suit Schlosa Bro .
lc?:|*.. .*. .> 'i "..n .."' "r..ip"'='4..W--. .... ;"' # n" / be the nm.lioateiroat that was occupied: worth 1300. special Monday only, your ,
..'.. ._r \ ,' Co pommlS8ioBers--Moi1an 267, Mint make from Winston S. Branning. -
'j. ... :. <: ;I.1'r $3.89.
..t. :< .... the fishermen off Florida during
by Cape
'. :o.\'! t" >I'lfi 0.rBobllllOD 238 ())ct.
"' : 'J- . Ladies' coats in new and up-to-date Mrs.'W. H.. McFarland arrived _
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:;1;<-: 1:_ .. ". ,"'"" "" -'. 4Bond-. .'Cmrter< "''I2661VNime:20: : Fish & Produce company: tan,, prices ranging from IS 00. to night to spend the winter. She InformsV
'l1if.J. : : < ..---.I".-. .."., .'...i1 '" ua that Mr. McFarland will not be here
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: j: .i<< : .tfwy.1Ii dwx4 .. ,. 118..00.Ootioc8.
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: ; along their route ftr onr'Hmstie Ootr"W. heavy quality,18} cents per yard. HageDba h' trained' animal menagerie. .- '
THwife-KHnel t >.' Stewart I,
t #. IA.{t4f B/gpf. AdtsipttlaN : A. Va., to thin place bi missing.car.connections Mail orders promptly filled on any of
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}s City Polnt-W. a Oressoft IS.OocWj. Mrs. McFarland located' the Indian
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f .. ::: the above goods. V V;
.}. ;.. ..4tfll"l.! t. ."',?. -.',\.i '" MI.Airwib4a -.-, .71}.'Sanders 49. at Chattanooga ,Atlanta and in i Jruua KLINE, River hotel for the ..inter.KrI..Taylor'1 '"

-Sili ":'t- '')- ;;;. ...:.:...,.,...-r.<........ ......;;."' -..'.' rriv f'kt .. Ban Oailfe,-t3, F.Paddiaon 2$, Roesch 2.MdbouiWC. Jacksonville. Mr. Prindle ia looking quite TUosville, Fla.

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Yi ''J;:."' I Ilp the wluw T. McBride C for the hunt Telephone No.8..onmberf .
:<' f. well and Ie anxious bringing Narrow Xacape I
i. "" -, Makbar-F. A;Drake S E Svedeliu
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X5.ii. ;';' !tSirItileerePy..U .' (hwvergk-W,a Peterson 12.Bwiyan8. ... down several very valuable bird dogs Master Wilson Taylor showed rare '

:f 1! ::i.< ,,.,.\1tftinUItf1.b... ; .. they. A.; OIteeu.7. with him. ,They are nicely located iu Term of County Court presence of mind last Saturday promptly
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..9.> Y;':;'; .i > ?.jsnti4j;; .. oWMr.GM.f. .... nL .';:;...." -" \" JPOE. WHWIBLXS_ the Taylor cottage, on the river bank, The November term of county court smothering and beating out blue ;

!. ... ak..r..alI-' ::9'2 irII' .. ihdl. which occupying for held this week with Judge B. R. which caught his mother's drees. Wh\le! .
they
<( ,.. .< -. ,15"f." ....'. *"."" <, TUnsville-J.N.: Waller 73.. i, place! are DOW was J Mrs. Taylor was brushing the charM -

... ,, 'i'Sr! ....t:>':11II'}':......,...Q. .'- "< ;-- Cky Peiot-J. A.Prevau: 12. the third season. Wilson officiating, and the following part from a kerosene lamp wick a spark '
> O1i .--JJo. Jibed t9- V _' cases were taken np on the criminal flew off and caught her dress afire. The '

Baa OatiibW.&V Thomas 33. JIIIBaR Buah at TropicOn docket and disposed of: flame rushed up and stifled her but she a
-- "; -s''xi1ltM Melboarn.-V. E/4dama 3. succeeded in them before
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out
; smothering
visit old-time friend State.,.. Sam who
a recent to our Elmore pleaded
MalabarW, P. Arnold 7. she was badly burnt. The flame alao.
llrolte ofIM IBwa Mr. J. L. Casper aid hia eon, Mr. C. H. guilty! to aggravated assault, wa fined
:IINraM UMWveraM;. B. Oopeland ... caught the back of her dress, and but for
and three months. Elmore
Banyan-f. A.Pendaryis 4. -' .--- Casper, at Tropic, we were amazed when $20 also plead costs guilty or to carrying a concealed Wilson's timely assistance she would _' r

"eih_ ibQ poaad mlts'Ii Amendments-- they showed a bush (or rather a probably have been overcome. As it was '
1> ; Constitutional --, us rose weapon and was fined $100 and costs, or
she had
wr:4MfaNtesslaito see this body ofhaeds For drll age 188, against 110.._. rose tree) that actually measures twenty three months. a very narrow escape.

ar making the change inches around the trunk. The stock U a Everett E. Baas pleaded not guilty to
# < For increase salaries 153, against 66. selling( This defendant Change of Firm Name '

w =ti ? T171q,was this wl re the 'For salaries of criminal court of record hardy native rose budded with the Perle unlawfully was tried the second liquor.time and in both Mr. Winston S. Branning is now r sole

dq the woiiaojw complex.a 124. against 56. >, de Jardin variety and U is truly a beautiful -
', cases the jury could not agree on a verdict proprietor of the large clothing store for.
For Eecambia court 102 against 43.
r Ie Laid ;vphte that Ica .sight The Casper home is Situated and the case was continued until the merly operated under the firm name of
For amendment to Article XVII 112 :
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ap'.t. in a perfect bower of flower and tropical Penney & Branning he having bought

R. ,y. thlllnltl Iilliiltt ,.. k '. \ fruit and ornamental trees and is fortunately Albert McBurney pleaded guilty to car. out A. D. Penney one-half interest in
1 'BPlCJALPBICiaIn rying concealed weapons and he was fined the business. Mr. Branning has one of
located on that very narrow portion $100 and costs or. six months the largest stocks of fine clothing, shoes,

r Ai'1'' '!' iteNtrdTfl .XliaVa :,Qenta Fnmiahiag and of Merritti Island (the land being Aaron Han pleaded not guilty to carrying men's and boys' furnishings on the East

f :r only 200 feet wide) between Indian and concealed weapons. The jury found Coast and will be pleased to have the
Ka'tw1 Clothing Departments him guilty and he was fined $100 and
continued patronage of his numerous cus
I1 W4Sef.Iq 'otaauiualaeverisr r-? We eoont oortelvea fortunate indeed to Banana rivers, where damaging froets costs, or three months. Mr. Prezelle defended tomers. .

:carry the A. B. Kirschbanm line of doth are rarely ever seen Hart.William .

Elmore and Thos. Allen pleaded Biver Becent Arrirals
Indian Hotel
wedmesd
_ i W tieet woatfra. y1D4 1.I fries ir tailoring is the supreme expression Winston S. Branning, is sole agent for not guilty to hunting quail out of sea.

,, $ ; gir'br Fort i of fashion, the nltimate of fit and fintab. the Edwin Clapp shoes, the finest dress eon. Jury convicted and they were each A J Puppel 1, Jacksonville; A L Hender-

: .' shoe in,the world i fined $25 and costs or sixty days. son and wife, Bayard; E Cherry, N Y:
;ttaaa>rdwas' tttLn to W D Holden, Orlando E A Martin, WH
of h If any aort of tailoring will do, count Charlie Gordon pleaded guilty to aggravated ;
fined andcosts Arnold, Jacksonville) Geo Armaperger,
assault and was $50 ;
wish
moot but if clothing to
your Chorea NoticesSt
1 be of distinction at moderate cost, count or three months. Ohio; F Kaschtal, Jersey City; W M 1I

1 } saviIeT [oain.v .- Marks P. g.church, Cocoa, morning Will Wilson and Henry Davis pleaded! McDonald, St. Augustine; B B Heacock,

i JULIUS Kahn, prayer and sermoo on Sunday morn guilty to gambling and were assessed $10 Phila.; Mrs. W 11 McFarland, Baden

tetrttT,ttaletin T'ke >$wpgweraoeM i __ Titusville, Florida, ing,'Nov. 18th, at 11 o'clock.; and coats or three months. Springs, Ind.; John Henry, City; D H '
: 1idlNldarleukMw .hutby. the I Telephone No. 8. Sunday school at UhSQa. m. W. Bates pleaded guilty to petit larceny Tharin, Atlanta; John Boyer, N 1.; Jo

Tuesday, Nov., 20th,at 830 a. ea. Rt. and be was fined $100 and costs or Geiger, Savannah; C J) Clark Tallahassee _.

I ; Rev. Bishop Gray will have morning three months. ; E E Baas, Orlando; FE Lindsay, .
: : .Dental Notice prayers, baptism and holy communion. Jacksonville; W P Ennii, Atlanta; C, .;

.fjV!/N"man. :pi D. S.; of the firm W, H. CBBBOX, Layreader. Orange Wraps Christiancy H J Pound. J McF Williams .
of;Macy ** Newman, of West Palm W T Moore Jacksonville; S J Hilburn, '}

Blyaeb; .'"i-] in I Titnsville for a few Next Sunday being the third Sunday Carload of those elegant silk tissue Palatka; P M Peetet, Atlanta; Jno G ."

.. deyj filly) prepared to attend to any dental Rev, W. F. Allen will preach at ())ooabotb'mornioc wraps just received. send to as if you Ratig, N Y.; Chas J Pannill, N Y.; J T ; ';

work..{ his offii: in the brick and evening. In the morning want the very beet paper./ Drake, N Y.: ; Geo H Wolford Atlanta; F .
Q baUdinc opposite- the court house where at 11 o'clock, in the evening at 7 EAST COAST LUMBER &: SUPPLY Co., J T Gaylord Oak Hill.For .'.of

= y HiNG 400I18. hewillbepleaaed ,to see all who want o'clock. All Invited. Sunday school as Eau Galie! Fla. :\
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usual at 10 a. m. -
fir*deaf work done.p3 Sale

: ;T Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach at Geor- Victor Talking Machines J'1
| Wall. PaperV One heavy wood ox wagon, one canopy ? "I
NOT. 18th 11 and
: giana; Sunday, ,at a. m. cash and $1.00 week. Records .
% ;.W.Bdwd painter and paper liangerhwoTerahou at 7:30 p. m.-A cordial invitation ia extended $5.00 35 cents, 60 cents and per$1.00 Over top surrey, one three acre young orange I
front.
nd tawof wallptter.eaetiaf grove, part bearing fruit, river
to all to attend the service i ,
of standard sheet music at 10 '
from 3 centa roll 1,000 pieces Write or call on E. B. ABXOLD Malabar, !
per np
cents. Indian River Music House, Titna1 -
isd Alt has UnbMitateV for cheeeecloth. .. For Sale 1 ville. Fla. .
iOIpart'"4 11:1: 'expensive and far .
My known aaOeres 25 DrayxngDraying .. J
; 8am4es Ou. materials aab- plaoebere acres; .
: busi- fronts oa river half mile from the inlet The'VNovelty' Store has a nice line of hauling of all kinds '1.ti
iityoutesilanoeootpisoeof or promptly
: i and oppoaita the:raUroed statkm;adjoina folding lunch boxes 20 cents, colanders, 1fde.n trains. Store :1 yj
a st awl eMimatet| eater,the;work if attended to.
window shade 35 centsa '
:20 apiece '
cents
which is theweather
reserve o. .
government
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cs Airx: "rsl" Hood for sale at all times.
':.... ,< _. :... -.: : bureau,"lighthouse_and esvriladtdwabot4 pair, stationery books, notions, post H. E. HOLTOX, I' .
::8iII? ; "...'""1tnIr' I Mem dwelUaf and cards, candy, toys, etc.L Titosville Fla. ;f.
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... : a d pigS Titosville Fla. GU_REPAIR CHOP J.

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1 aO&.D'ANO _GOM*.NOW .
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'Almost three RED CROSS PflARKiCT TITUSTILLE, tad BAH GAUIE, FUi ACT, HAS 9"W -

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deep withcomfort
without Buffering.
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much hope of any _
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1 relieved my heart : : _
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am very grateful \
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:r; ::},,. shook his Jbiead,',and his lips trembled 'As.road fond pdtses + li

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iusteomefrom ,the police_station,,and 1: masses. A
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: j] : : : lookout all night and. are still at work. The B. and O. pass 1

.}, t .'.. ., .If r could .only take the' poor little The passes I've had !
The Santa Fe _
: Io .o. chick in my: arms.again!" beatificI pass i f t t

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:' ;;,. .:. v ;,..a glad ry,:caught the little sprite aa Vhlch noble officials .
;; '. ti ',f if" she leaped to"the'height of his waist .> A A1

\; ,i t ?, and a1ny'! sought'to bush her.as she Those treasure.Although small ,strips of-
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'f :-" Helen,was ,through me s .

'i if'? Y i .,).>; : four motherless girls and the Tve, ridden' 'on "

i.-.: ,..}:-, ; housewife of the little family. ocean traveled; In VI've ; sale by the
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''t''' : before,'and Cobb gave her S cents.with Alas, why did

..::; t 1' ;":4 which .to buy some kerosene oil 'While ,notion : INDIAN RIVER
?fa ;. the table. The only play Of taking my dear
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t-t ; r spells which Helen has are during the Oh beautiful .

p' ? ..:;) e' .. .. ;;_ eVenlngs. when her father Is" at home.:. The pisses that passes L MUSIC HOUSE
: ( > : Out In the street Helen met her chum fort to me! ,

!:" '- 1" Annie Kelly, They romped for halt an They tell me 'tis ;

mPt+ :' hour before.Helen bethought her of the.errand minute TITUSVILLE FLA.

1 ,site felt} in- her pocket- and the' That_ ways may be A ,
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'Cr, .; 4 '.,-'. 3.cents.were' gone.Helen' There's not ;the least
stricken. Pennies
ff was panic within It;.
;\ F. ._ .' .. are not too.:plentiful In the Cobb family I drown and may "
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t ; .r her .tather. What took place after a A future all dismal -

,f tiY..+ k futile search.for the lost pennies was The joys:" that f
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: .. ..u'ar..as the.stairway, and there was

;': -yM1r : the cellar.door open. I thought I'd go lie MOTOR THAT MOTES"
and hide. Then I thought you'd be sorry
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,' the !5" your hoi(>R need not There is no reason why you cannot have a satisfactorymotor
Helen was right about her father being of BallanlV Snow
sorry and he was also alarmed pains. J M. RI) outfit. Let us demonstrate The Bridgeport to you:

; < when she had not returned after anhour's writes: "I have and we will convince you that there ia at least one reliable
and find it
absence.. He called at the groterl ten years
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ever used for man or more severe your work, the
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: :the oil and sought the homes of Cross Pharmacy.' more anxious we. are to; have 'you own a Bridgeport, the

14 >; ,= ; neighbors r As''_the night wore on be a.a. simplest, most reliable and durable motor on the market.

: ,was well nigh, 'grief stricken. The police Bustle 1be <

sent outa., ,general alarm almost .
i # >' :convinced that Cobb was right in his r No Yftlres No Cams No Gears

; theory'that Helen had,been kidnaped. .
4 : 'l 4; ";-,:: Petecttves-were,assigned to,the case. Easy to Operate
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k 91k is- *- ,::: The cellar'of-the apartment Is occupledbi Reeky Mountain
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:''et.'>as1'cYod roe DJi refvae to eyes at dinner-time.1 I 1vh.grade,- best qual'itr tf

1. f Zie6 +, *,.1I8t'" ,, TOO' ktter 1rcd8.that' ..hurt.. .bit. hop ;you, are not getting. wheels :m : ,. ; ?wits; SoldatbfxreadyrJ '

,.,'..,',., ... ,>.-"...," r'do' ,'T.--,,.yaksu- a\b;;: your. bead.?. '.. foruse-tuutpasttr. form -:- '
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k '' IN :. ?H OOfht to:fer1.'pretty:.mellow toward read .the..evening paper and'nothingfarther .to. fcc thinned down. ;:" :

.. you.r<,It's'a wonder he didn't drop'dUwh ,was said. It waa the kindling s -Sl '..Buy'frO: n* the {onlf:
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> fj : nVsaw'that 50.cents.;, How wood boy who told her all about It two *

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';,,"' J t.Id"I' .This old man';was the eighth. one that -. "
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."""'O- '''' 'tnEasu '1ark ; In the first months of the ROeeia-J pan paints.
.','X "; <<" li.-{ ;' him aa &fraud&i ?' ; had a striking example of the That
t. ipt; L: : ; '- war we means one heavy expense and one profit that J
': : ,,: '" the ptilicemin'on'hle beat necessity ,for preparation and the early
<:.>> fl.t ; ; _\ of
1t business.
; 'flrl'i :t.... .?' ;;of s- :i r haa:arrested him two' or 'timeiandLwarn.d''peoplO advantage of those who, an to speak, we cut out our
.,iPf, '>l;" ; '1!<- 't"'t5.:. j' -. : :" '-k!} against him. He "have shingled<< their'roofal in dry weath We.sell direct to the man that uses paint. g

__'t.if::L j .Effi"t :>;:"".1eif",,,", :}'t.. ",: Cell.t-. Mme'V'.. .;: hat-no where daughter in.Troy. He time can't that tell I er.history" The and virtue given of to preparation.as our greatest has made men. You may think that you can do as well as we could .f.
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: ,"k1'i: :<'](&";].;. J: ,. "-.j' you The individual as well as the nation do for if should certain brand of
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'""t'. ;!'f'l"" ; .ii' ':". .. -'ii- ', i hart been;"to the door ;his breath hat vhnnM be prepared for you, you try buy a
emergency.
any
w J ','" "' .C: ..>.ff. .m ned; of whisky.' You needn't waste paint that thought well of direct from the manu-
,,'. !' '".J>R I IiT ': i' .'. <+... '" Are prepared to utlullv combat you
:'. :.P I 'a"'L--'J.. .4..J. ."" .. ... J, -. any sympathy'on him.* the first cold you take? A cold can be facturer., But.you would make a mistake.

.r"K,...,...."L. 4 .".; ;.0".,. ."" >:,4- ;:'< ;: .f.',.:. **f. ::4tf ._ H. KMW a rra A. t cared much more quickly when treatedas The manufacturer might take 'and sell
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IS'\f\ ATHttlS MISPLACED, Isted Mr Bowwr at'.he/became more fore it has become settled in the system. you the paint, but he would take care to charge you as

"" ,$;-'oIl'V'i'\-. \-.. -g ?:> V- and:more irritated. +"Doyou. mean.to Chamberlain's Cpnyh,Remedy fa famous much for the if it from dealer. He ;;.
$ paint as bought a )
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a .. s'k ,a ,v.iJEfe*..K for its cures of colds and it should be kept you
:wJ ihN ;0>>'"s =-7"" 1 tell "me that I, don't know a fraudwhen at hand ready for instant use. For sale would that the dealer"
"U! ccTcda py ejTcs s cI put on extra profit, to protect .
;; IIIJ : I see one? Could this old man by all druggists and,medicine dealers.
..t'f 1 ,$ 1tiMJ': : tov have eboked:up:with.: emotion and deceived We have no salesmen or agents increase. the cost
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'S :o.\. !; .it 'i IIU: ,i; me our paints to consumer.
;i ', a; 'a.. a&.VIUo.df'.... ,:down- his ,wrinkled cheeks have "And is your decision final, Miss '
'f < 't. .- .-.. We the that the the lowest
.31' il; .. 'J!!>: if-. rf been Emitters quote to man uses paint '
neither _
;' J.! : . false? I am a child nor afoot
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", :.:::1t :pt"!, /. < ';:;..cti.J :'bun. '"No; you almply gave"up 50 cents to will cause you no unhappiness." We pay freight.We .
; .; ILBOWIQ.wltl a ".man who hat been begging around "Quite the contrary: I assure you.
,j a<, ; :r f :drill tat otat3s; ::gates_ be of gladly advise our customers about paints.
: here lor:a'year and ,has no claim on I'll be ahead a new hat and a box .
. MJ"' :..: .y!' 'f1 .. A': t atnle from hit oflca the other anyone." cigars. The. fellows I bet with said Write for sample cards and paint advice, and blanks a
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...:..':. i. ,[{.1'c:.. evidently.l.: 'vagrant'by' : .hH:looks' :'charity 'bat*. come. upi between as before paint required.

w .. Taaddrtta;but at bt vat naked what befJ 'and' you have: always tried to la the Park. Ask any first class business house or any bank in New Orleans or '
: (;, 4t4.ebet.hlli'&Dd., .oaI4'DOt. ; She (poetically-Ab, the burning of .
-- make out that I was a soft mark. You the mercantile agencies if we are responsible. >
". t t"fi1. ,aaaw.. r for.a moment. Than h. replied: have Cone too far'with,it 'I believe the leaves' In the park In the autumn! t".
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J .t: "...,I want, to get to my"clau&b er'. the'old man can be found. If to I wUl What does the aroma >remind yon of, McWilliams Limited.

f.'f;;I;". ;Itrey t'' I''asked 'rot' 3 centa at the bring .him home with me. We will dear tIR.. ,

:I.'f,1(, 4 i'bGtJhtlacl1ltnbDe: ,..,., If a hear hla, story, and, when it baa,been ". He :The cigars 'you bought me for Store and Offices, 342 Camp Street. ,
t11! 'cfew paoplt*.would only help spoor old a birthday present BoItoD'TrU. E
p 1., h.'d.he'd"t told yoa :will go,down on' your knees Factories, 1133, 1137, UJ9. U.cl South Front Street.
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'rf..j.;[ cheerfully do to if have ,
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'i;',,{\.'l' ..:_ '<:nrt It abort Mr. fiowser gave'him.'half 'wronged him.1'!" A Seae ESTABLISHED 1893. The oldest paint manufacturing hon e in con.

;1\ ,*"'dollar and did toot:' ltfo'h: ar'tbr.t't Mr. Bo'ner'put on bit hat 'and left ofQa tiauons successful operation under one management, south of Louisville
j Oy d r
>;:: : thankt pound 1eut: .The IncWtnt wasnot the;house He knew that,there was'a or St. Louis. .

= >\ :; : adverted j o rents dinner wuend- community, ten blocks away, where

:.,, though Mrs Bowser saw,,that'tomethtog mendicants made their headquarters r
tfit many
R
?-;:" :.hadjoccurred and that 'there ,. and._he 'headed font, meanwhile _
: +
, ,: : would bean explosion later on. It .4
..". 4 ; < keeping a lookout for the 'old man as
..;2: .:: Rhea: they returned to the tltting seen .
..t. ..:> he went, ;Nothing was of him but
t'." II' robmT When. ; had,paced '
;;; :' MtBpw r
"': Mr.Bowser bad the luck to ran across'
ft.and down for five minutes he halted ,
: : | '
I who hit house
- '* the young man supplied
$: ; 3.' ." 'anil turned to say:. with kindling wood and had occasionally
'
ft: "Mrs Bowser ,when I reached. home been given the job of beating the WINCHISTIR"NUBLACK"
'
th1 even1n there old maDfIr F
wee a poor
"
fl ruga. When he had been. hailed he
: '' at the gate. baited and asked:
!:r "Year
: "I know of the
suppose yon many
Yit:;. :"He had been here asking for alma." "
,
;
.. '. people to be found around here? -
''
i'- 'Yesr '
:': '':""He Wanted'to' enough' together "For sure. .
:i get money
"" "A good many of the street beggars
I fo his fare to Troy
J.;{;tC pay. up. lodge here, don't theyT

: -;.,. ,.__., .'I '. I .1 8. I "Yes, most of them." i- Loaded Black Powder Shells

MA'. ,r. ..','.-- Knew the Mam. fi +

). '"Well. I am looking for an old man. I I iI' _...'". I. : I Shoot and Evenly z
fC. Strong ,
L' His hair Is white and his face wrinkled A i.
I.
.,.,:',,,,'',. and he speaks In a husky voice." Are Sure
1i* !.i.<;::"''t ,--. 6 "He ought to speak that way." Iflnoed.theyoung The Lady-Ain't seen your young Fire

. ',, ..' .. brother Jim about lately. '
:' f''. man. i ,4. Will Stand Reloading.
t ." "What do you mean?" The Gentleman-No; 'e got ten day ;

"'8 ..... r "Why, his .name Is.Husky Jim. You for knocking down a pleeceman..

;r-i', : mean the old fellow who wants to get The Lady-Ten days for one pletce They Always Get The Came. t I.l

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H""f'- "Yes. For Sale Everywhere.
4t" ;" "He lodges right over there at No. 97, *Attack Quickly CuredA t l

and is drinking a highball at this min few weeks ago I had a bilious attack 'd Y

; ute. I heard him telling Sleepy Sam that was eo severe I was not able to go

,' \' that he bad struck an old bloke who to the office for two days. Failing to get

;".' '7'"' came down handsomely." relief from my family physician's treat- -.-... .
--
' ment, I took three of Chainenain's Stomach -
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l/ :
#Y,.: '). .... ; "What-wbat did he mean by that? and Liver Tablets and next day I .
p b,' ; F asked Mr. Bowser as he began to feel felt like a new man.-H C. Bailey, editorof

p- ', .. r weak in the knees. the News Chapin, S. C. These tablets

.,. '. (...',.. -.. "Oh. he cried to some one and told are for sale by all druggists and medicine QUEEN OF SEA ROUTES. r

'. his.Troy story and got a quarter or 50 dealers.

*? ( cents: Husky a slick one for a young
'
I for Over Slity Tears.
: ..,.. Idy t man"
t '" s "Young? Why. he must be seventy; Mrs. Winslowa' Soothing Syrup has

i, .J' years old" been used for over sixty years by millions .
>. '
:;, .. .. Mr. of mothers for their children while teeth. ;
, ..<.. --. "He Isn't a day over twenty. n
< .'TEAT ,?tall 'Za' BO 'MoD OP A nuro ing, with perfect success. It soothes the
'
; Bowser. He about in disguise:
. .' ''I1LUf J d- He goes make like an child, softens the gums, allays all pain, ?Merchants Miners Trans. Co's
you know. can up j
' '" : cures wind colic, and is the best remedyfor ,
He explained .
f : where be hat a daughter. actor. I put Mrs. Bowser up to his lit diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor ."
"
:. : ... the matter to.you: did'be not? tle game long ago. Don't you ever give little sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists ..

.p'..' .. "He. did. ". him a ct-nt. If you want to IN him. in every part of the world. Twenty- STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN
': .{ And how*nuch dfd.you give him? 'come across the street and look Into : five cents a bottle. Be awe and ask for
:: ;;..;" ,-Not iD1NSed!; :neat. Mr: -Bowser.' 1 the window. Want to hire him to beat "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup" and

:;t4 > told bin to'fate himself- off.or I'd- 'hare. the rugsr: tske no other kind. ---- ----

;: ;' '_ him.rte toa.J' ."N-o-o.. Some one was telling me
.
: ."" "What woman-what!. You used about him.. and I just wanted to
-a J;'" such brutaYlapguag*.to him! ,No wonder I. know." JUSTONE

.: .; : '- .he was to choked up that be could World Steal Anything. SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct

'not speak to'' me for, a minute! By "Well don't you put any rugs into ,

.", .. thunder. bat If anybody had t&ld me hit hands. If you do he'll make altat. WORD that word.

.-: .there war'tncbXttony heartedwOm, : .. Say, he has stolen more door .

an'.In in W:wortd wouldn't have mats'than any ten other men If he's Tutt's

; \ 'beHeved Itr left in the hall half minute the spare Connections for
: It esters to Dr.Tutt's liver PUb and
.' .,?You: know the old fellow do your hats and umbrellas are his. You leaveIt

;atted; trite. Bowler.Old with Mrs. Bowser to turn him and MEANS HEALTH.

.: ,', ..:: sad Heaicleaa. the other fraudr down Shall I call Are you constipated? Washington New York and Boston.

p "No, .I don't know him,;.and .I can't Husky out?" .... Troubled Skk headache with?IndJrwUoa? ,

; tacaember trer' having teen. him btfo .- "Oh. no. I happened to be passing Vhtlgo?
::1" for me to know; through this quarter, you kn w." Bilious?
but it enough: .
.
c.f.- |? Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations
_. ., that he la old and homeless and friend -I.tee 'Well,' If Husky ever stops Insomnia?
, .
atone choking and shedding ANY of these symptoms maay ethers and cuisine unsurpassed.SEND .
were touched and begins up
you
t'i:;: lew.. My tympathiea Indicate inactfos Of the UVER.
him baits dollar. ,tears and telling that Troy story
and I
gave
;'*" -, "Hhen. be went off taking you for a you take him .:by hit venerable whit-- 'You1\Teed. I FOR BOOKLET.

{.ff.. .-toft markTh* old fraud has called ken and they'will come off hit,chin" at
"
I gave him a )&DL Goad night.. Mr. Bowter.
tines
.
F": a4t at laeten, .
: but I haft turn- '. During that walk of. ten blocks buck.. Tytt'sPillsTake
first twice '
the
Jacksonrille.
.
.money all --Mr. Boner bad seventeen H. C. AVERY, Com'l Agent,
.r .t i him down ee. He It known home .
( ttreet all tbti;weeping MUd" thoughts. The.thought that gave him J.C.WHOTCT.MT.P.iT.K., T. P.TURJTEB, p. r. lt., j
: along the
: ,"Tbaa t1e;P o4earonBd hero. TiU'return
oft Mrs. Bowser on
h. "to b. kk'h 84.: .that mia U no morn
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= ;'' 'Gt4 .,. ,; '., ,Ir arranged ancCt i hope3''tliatthereVwlf l
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Jc : Oct.. t1904'.and; 1806'ntlsri ; meta- liu 'oJ.t;:.friends and welcomed :' be a large attendance,-'Tutis _

Nt06saareseived nett 00", Everyone was:enthoriastic the, first meeting of:the' federationIn
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many -
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i ; i* t [vas allowed' eredittoi' poll'" taxes'- --.at- 'and resolved to make this the,beetjerirof this part of the.State,an 'ttuTpeojpie

words of welcome and of the,capital city will cooperate ..
attired lor 1906 and not collected, aiD a.' alt. ,The ---1- k.

::1p iJ x.00( !ll .oo, .colkcted encouragement spoken.bj the instructorson with the. hostess club in making1.the, >-

: for uijearandwnitob4'. ...td. that day will be' remembered long into occasion pleasant. ,

: :A, : 1111. K.c"tkT' 7 Tax col4ctor'e report of- jkepee.'collect the future:by the-students. Tallahassee is famed for its generous :

edfoe0ct:90t"imoaritirigrto: '>$&44_00 .The- aim of'the'Florida Female College hospitality, and the,.coming.;;of V.:

hate and|5Q2 county, was reeivedi if to 'give to the world women .whose the cultured women who will serveas V $ j,

q ; .. :County.:treasurer's: 'bond was fixed at mind. have'been broadened and 'mademore delegates to the- meeting .of' 'the I
q ;r. F s. .tK
y ; -w'ier,they fl5,00$: and tax'collector at$20,000.:. .-,eulmred- and more useful; and I Federation of Women's Clubs, is anticipated *,

y upon '.\Tax collector presented list; of errors 4, believe that no girl attending the ooll'leCID' with much pleasure ..

tf'let for the exrd insolvendMand :doable:Reeeemente for < fail to realize and be affected by the The State Federation has a membership

? day of 1905 amounting- to 1706.93( and the sauceUJallowed. ennobling influence exerted: by faculty of twenty-two clubs. Mrs. 4.

iD eormher eta 'pro 'hoirever; are .' and''students.. Richard Adams of Palatka, is president =

v r ;# i; ; opml&fthitriber texatlcti+Rill be .. Bond,of W. C."Peterson to. carry a 'The.number of pupils has been steadily of the federation

g dttoyed in tome v$7 Winchester rifle was approved and per increasing since the first day until

t :i mit.issued. now the enrollment is almost 150, representing
An Important Deal.
= There is a proposition to bane a motorboar Clerk's report of tax,redemptions and about 35 counties. The work baa ... t-o 45

j :L race'from St., Angortine;to, Palip i purchases_ for Aug. and Sept received. now' fairly begun and is gaining in (GainesYllle Sun.) .

g Beach to take place the week'preceding Application of.Nancy Gould for wid- nder'every day., .:The latter fact is One of the largest deals consummated :

theiinctorfboat} 'carnival. ;which will bet ow's exemption: was granted not at all surprising since no one with In Ala hua County for many HIS .

; C g = given by .the .Pato Beach Power Boat Application of'W.'H. H.-Gleaaon' 'for any ambition could recite many lessons years will soon be concluded which is HENRIETTA, ?

R ', 4 Y'a.eociation.Jan.. 29th to Feb. 2nd, 1907. reduction ofIaxee, was taken np and upon to our instructors without being inspiredto virtually a reorganization of the extensive MARSH, V -

'mot s It is proposed to confine this race"to cab investigation same was rejected.'* put forth every effort to successfully phosphate interests of the A VICTIM OF U GRIPPED

in 'power boats, aa they will have to go Tax collector is instructed to collect on accomplish their tasks.In Camps In the western end of the coun :

r, '. by1)Y.Y outside from St. Augustine to New a valuation of$100 instead.of $200 on the addition to the regular college work ty. The deal involves a capital stockof Mrs. Henrietta A. & Harsh, 769 W. :

Smyrna, as the new canal between St. 8. W. J of S.- E. J, Sec.'20, T.. 24 8., R. we have.two, literary societies, the Minerva a quarter of a million dollars and 16th Woman'St.,.'Lot Ben.volen'Angeles Au'n Cal.,,writes I're.ident. -

'kpi:; Augustine and Daytona will not be finish 36 E. on the assessment rolls for'1906: Club and the Thalian Literary the headquarters. 'will be In Gaines "/suffered with ts grippe fsr *r" V.1\

4 i: ed jn time to allow the inside passage.ss Report of J.. K. Gore, 'superintendent Society. The societies; meet once each'week rllle. weeks, tad nothing cootfcfe W *. *. *

44 J f ssA of poor farm, as to credit'C staff sold, and discuss the most important A trust deed is now being recorded helped me untlll tried Perns, i. f

'3 The drainage issue is ,now up, to thelegislature. amounting to 11.02 for month of October and interesting subjects. "I felt at once that I hid at ltd ;
: In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
afJ Let that body, a large majority was received. The students here have their amuse secured the right mediC and I keptateadilyimprovtngWitbinthreaweeka
Court for Alachua .County from the
of whose members are already pronounced The cl presented rolls' for witnesses ments and pleasure as well as their work.
= pay There is Albion Mining and Manufacturing was fully restored,and I am glad t&.> '
containing
opponents of the defeated scheme at fall terra circuit court amount a splendid gymnasium ,II
Company to the Savannah Bank and I gave that truly great remedy a. trial
of all of modern equipments and swimming
work undoing
: begin the ,
's: now 63.10, same were approved: Trust Company, authorizing the issuing I will never be without it again." ; .
h: 4 w7 c :- : the micehief that the' schemers, have 'John Henry is employed to make op pool. The beautiful campus affords fine of bonds not to exceed 5250.000 Jn a.letter dated August 31, 1904, If n. "-f a::
t' :t :Ms ). committed; so far aa a cure is possible. I monthly statements for the board to the grounds for tennis, croquet and other Marsh says: "I have never yet heard ,

Why not repeal?the Internal Improve I state'of finances of the county,' and he ,is games. Of course there are the social The deed is signed by. P. D. Camp; as the efficacy of Ferona questioned. W* .. -

s went Act1 and place; the remnant of allowed $100 per year payable quarterly. evenings also. president, with an attest of R 'J. still use it. .I traveled through Kentucky -

s r% public lands now remaining in the state's Tax books of 1906 were examined and But the religious life is by no means Camp secretary.This and Tennessee three years ago*

= possession in the custody of an inexpensive accepted'and'approved. ..' neglected for the social. Every Sunday deal will mean a great deal to ,where I found Perona doing its good ;

commissioner commission, under Petition of R. N. Andrews, et aI), praying afternoon the Y. W. C. A. holds its services the commercial interests of the county work. Much of it is being rh.used her.also.Ifenrietta .

I s. the direct supervision of the legislature? for a'wet and dry election received, in the chapel. The students are especially the west end, where the Address Dr. Hartman A. B,2J, President of
g..az always assisted in these meetings by principal business will be transacted I
one
and said election is ordered to be held on The Hartman SaniUrtnia, Columbus,
t4. ; \1 W.. R. Fuller, president of the Tampa the 18th day of December, 1906. or more of the faculty. On the first Sun as it will mean the employment of a Ohio.

; g: .,Board of Trade, at the request of Bills were examined and warrants ordered day of each month vesper services are large number of hands.

the State, Fair Association,: has- extended drawn 'on the various funds aggregating conducted by President Murphree. Love The Albion Mining and Manufacturing Your stomach churns and digests the

an invitation to the Jacksonville the following amounts: ly music ia furnished by the faculty on Company is already,a corpora' food you eat and if foal, or torpid: or ouL-
of orders your whole system suffers from
:1 t 'Board of Trade inviting that organization General fund________JL________$ 1959.00 this occasion. Won of great magnitude. For several blood poison. Hollifiter's Rocky MountainTea

# to attend in a body the Road fund_____i_________?-__ 1201 The musical advantages are especially years this company has been operating keeps you well. 33 cents,. Tea or Tab

t Fair (On November 20, Jacksonville s. Diat. No 1-________ 3900 fine here. Besides the numerous pianoswe to great profit but the reorganization lets. Ask your druggist.

{i $ Day. .President Fuller sent the invite-- ,.i ',11 ; iH 2.;_____.-.: '825 have this year a grand Lyon and Healy of the Camp interests of r
of 'rt" ; "- : pipe organ. Students may enjoy these which this is vr..kljr We.tho Beport.
t tion to4President Garner the Jack 3.f----lr._ 31.64 a part will greatly enlarge

:: sonville Board, and requested him to ,. Ie n.' u .,4--;1.-.'.----:-.' 62'tlt."'! splendid privileges for a minimum price the operations. U.e.D&r A kTUXKT Ot AGaICULT17Ba.Uf8-

v {; report as early as convenient the number ,5_____-:__. 4.60 Lectures on the history and esthetics of While nothing authentic can be ..u.uauu.JUJ'ITIK. .
'l? will be FtAn NOV. 13 1809.
C $ of those who will compose the Special road fund, Dist No. 4__ 169.'sIGame music given soon by Miss Keipp learned at this time, it is to be sup ,

k jf< party. "* warden fund_____...-___ 35 00 and Miss Foster, instructors in instrumental posed that the head office will be located Comparative statement of UmMratnrc re.
music. and rainfall for the week ending Toeiday.
y The music
1.-' :: ',' .. rrJ _Fine and forfeiture fund, ;,--_-- 319.18 department in Gainesville, Judging from the
< J : will also soon begin a series of concerts 1906 190.1DATa.
<; of the food law by ; ,
The
,ltt, t.: | passage pure information embodied in the deed of
m '\. ,t L .;.. Congress last winter and the preparationsthat That L. ft_K., CompromiseThe consisting of piano, voice and organ. trust. MAX. XI*. MAX. XI_.

J-a; j{ t.. l' 'are ioin ahead for i its enforcement Statement that l ta being systematically These recitals will be enjoyed by residents -, Nov." 7. 77 74 83 69
8. 77 n 78 NIt
1 the beginning of the next of Tallahassee with the students of Taken as directed, it becomes the
after year. circulated by the land grabbing : great 9. 71 72 81 63 ..
'. :.%, have brought out some' startling informa p corporations to'the effect that the 1. L college. The Lyric Club will resume i iI I est curative agent for the relief of suffer .. 10. 77 64 86 70 '
: ,
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"r'i its work next Wednesday and will take ing humanity ever devised. Such is Hoi- 11. 81 62 79 .
: \ i:' tion. The discovery has been made that fund has made a .compromise with the lister's Rocky Mountain Tea. :35 cents, 12. 80 63 79 13'

fi'r ':Jt; :;: ":, appendicitis is due, not,only to the lodging L. and N. R. R. and given them a large up the study of a new"cantata, Tennyson's Tea or Tablets. Ask your druggist. 13. 60 47 73 fat, .

7 l .: :; : of grape seed and other obstructions body of land in settlement of their claim "Sleeping Beauty, set to music by Total rainfall for the week. .00 IDeb&
"
lye' ;'< "t. i in the human appendix: but to the preservatives against the state is false. The editor of Latin. Departure rainfall for the week'tniaasC.es*" J-

;t t.. ;. that in recent years meat pack. this, paper, t has seen Messrs. Mehn and Last, but none the less important, I SOUTHERN RAILWAY inches.Departure rainfall since Jan. lit.ir, pins

". '. ..-' era and other, food manufacturers havebeen Groom two members of the board and would tell you of the four scholarshipswhich 15.57 inches >"

'd'<' "!+ dealing' ) out' in uenerouquantities they state that the assertion is untrue. this college offers to deserving and H. P. HAXonr .
.,_ .. ; x omdallQ Chute.
!' .-' (''';1. along with other wares to keep them pure The L. and N. offered to oompromise well qualified young women. These Round Trip Excursion Rates from ...

. and to make them al ahl&, Chief among bat scholarships are worth$100 in cash avail
", f- : two years ago, the ofler has never Jacksonville Bells Mora of CbMabmrtote'a Cw jb Sewed
:.; :&'>;:!ki:) ;' these are borax I and iU equivalent, boracic been accepted.-Madison Recorder. able for one year. This amount is suffi j'J'baa.f all Otters Pat T- vOwr -
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!
.' ,.l 1' :;'' ;;" t-l-:;':: '- ,':_: acid.The There is some kind of a falsehood out, cient to defray all expenses except books Best line to Washington and pointseast. Mr. Thos. George, a. merchant at ML .,:

: t -- noted with satisfaction somewhere, then, for one of the members and laundry. It is through the generosityof Elgin, Ontario, ftaya: "I hate had the
will be
? -1., ; fact the individual members of the boardof local agency for Chambeilain's Cooeh t
True D -mot-rat that of the board, in at least conversation with Hot Springs, Ark., on sale daily it introduced into
1". :. 'if" says. the Tallahassee control the state board of education, $VRMI Remedy ever since wa|
i ;' ; : ;: the counties. of Middle,Florida returned 1 one of Leon county's representatives, and ; limit 90 daye. Canada, and I sell as much 01 is u I

; f substantial against the amend perhaps others, has given it out for a fact the citizens of Tallahassee, and membersof City of Mexico and return tick- do of all other lines I have on my theivea
6'r ? majorities 6t 1.66 ;
Leon defeated that such a compromise had been offered the faculty, that the college is enabledto $ ets on sale Nov. 22nd to 28th put together, Of the many dozens told
went
\1I .1-1:1 ', : ''Of eight counties
; under 1 have not had one
.r offer the wish guarantee
scholarships. Anyone
and prol>aiily would be made, and this inclusive. ; limit 60 days.
:: .' the amendment by a vote of about threeor bottle returned. I can personally recommend
3. four to one, and Jackson c-mnty went newspaper has it from good authority ing any information as to the require For information regarding: rates to other this medicine aa I have used i it

s'l, : r it of (, or five to one. that the compromise had I been agreed ments of these may apply to Professor points apply to T. K. McCall, C. P. myself Mid given it to my children and
ur
against by vote
,: -. a the election is Arthur WiHiam, chairman of committee and T. A ; James Freeman, D. P. A., always with the best results." For sale
upon, perhaps now, over
,
.r. 1. The result of this effort to deceive and on scholarships, Tallahassee.In 'Phone'743: Jacksonville, Fla. by all druggists and medicine dealers.
of Florida the people will IHS taken a little more into
cajole the Democratic .voters,
conclusion I would
the I. I. officials confidence urge any girl
and the
which wa
into of E scheme
approval
'.:. i. whole truth; will be told about the L. and who desires to, take a course in almost
:: anti to
t I patently 'permanently mjurinu'
about
N. business.Xiasimmee. any department to inquire more
,, t::; j.-' -. their best interest, ,both practically and this college before she decides to go else-

politically, should be accepted by thr 'River Low where, for I am sure that nowhere else
'r ?;:,: inventors and advocates of the project as
such instruction
can competent and thorough FertilizersFifty
Captain Clay Johnson reports the rhe
r a solemn and emphatic warning to desist obtained for so little expense. MapeS

,.t', { from such attempts in.the future. river getting very low in the canals STCDEXT.In .
r: ," ,,;;;:. down the river. He says unless there

l. *: The prairies.are all ,unusually full is rain pretty soon he will have to tie every clime its colors are unfurled ,

: ..: of. water, for. this late. in the season. up' the steamer Lillie until the water Its fame has spread from sea to sea;
fi ;:. >. Be not surprised i if in the other world, years' experience through three gener
Iy f' J .As a rule the prairies are sufficiently rises again. He says however that
: You hear of Rocky Mountain Tea. ations of the
# '.0' dry at this time of year for work to in that case le.UI. put the Roseadaon Ask your druggist.SGOBELL. Mapes family.

s' :": f begin on the edges but ai the present the Lillie's run, and that he will be We are a household word all over fairFlorida.Our .

time all are under water. The farm. able to get through with her for some & DAY
thirtieth in the state.
;" { .era. realize. however, that the improvement time yet The low water coming at year

; : in the drainage which was made this season just when( the orange Established 1867 Our goods combine safety, reliability and

"- the land from that section is beginning to .Auction profit for the
by department of the East[ crop .. Specialists... grower. .

k fi t 4 ::s Coast Railway will canSethe' water move is causing some uneasiness 235-238 West St. No dangerous compounds.Ask .

to run off very quickly after the rains : among the growers.-Kissimmee Ga

_f ,,1"s: P. and that by December, 1 plantIng zette. HEW YOU CITY our agents for pamphlets and find the*

if' may .begin. There, (la _plenty ,of Oranges, Grape Fruit, Tangerines, Man. reason why you ought to buy Our goods.
BALE CHEAP FOB CA8B.
FOR
darin!, Pineapples Etc.
water on.the prairies now, however.- E. L. & Bro.
Agents: Brady Titusville
Florida Fruit Solicit ,
Exchange.
- ..;. Miami Newa.y .'- About 88 acres of good high land on Agents
f.- .''. .' the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat oonsienments for sale at auction. J. M. Sanders Cocoa Joa. Paxton
; Bockledga
t' "' the Narrows, described as follows: Lot Moderate Commission.: Sale on arrival of ,
{ The death occurred In Miami Tuesday No 3, section 35, also I lot No. 3, section fruit- and remittance of net proceeds A. T. Patillo,'.Oateen F.: Bergm&nn Merritt

::0E .... of Mrs' John Frohock., ,.., wife ,of the 3e, in township 31 sooth, range 39 aa*. : day after ala
I1r .k ..;:; Sheriff- :of'Dade.j"'Coonty_.- Sheriff -' and This land if unimproved bnt finely tocated. FtfMMl lttatfa.BJaI. : For further particulars address
PiOhoclcds'been
:: ',f' : :Mrs. :. married'only' E. ]f. Lew, Represented by W. H. Sebring, 133 West
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The Old ei Ic>ce.r on.the Florida. .East '
L 'A4 lutndee gift.ff'00r '
)" .:' 'l., < (Fort Pierce Tribune.) way extension.. He shipped on th Long Terms for Cattle Stealing. bona for a long time.but the particular"
theiistregta :
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Favorite He Telegraph. with -
>if : '!'P' "'- ">$ )6! V-I'. -r i*< at Key .had hardly (Starke ) theft which they were ,
,'11", lK: ta;. ..-; I 'One of_the reports that reached hereof '
'. -:> ,"' "'''.''. .;: ., '-' t. e.t'.bul-. tornh drawn a sober breath since shipping: ,When the Telegraph went to press charged was the driving of several -
'"'"- vi. ''U.L'; ftii.,4 .the.. week among the Florida
,,<' t"". ';.;;" .''rr_'"" ;:..,.valii"'l"'ij. .&t'\. e'IdentaI1yJ Sunday and Monday he was' 'ven last week the trial of Acker"Williams nead of cattle belonging to, Morgan

,.: 'o-:1'.0: '; .,...._. ,. tie... r-oiecharf..... e, ,,of'hie. 'own.' gun'WfM spot keys, and ;which touched a'tender drunk. and Sambo Grids, charged with steal- Redding.\ They; sold these cattle. to
... !..: .,.. nEI1ento in the hearts of every old-timer on .
". lIe': !'': t ;>..f :!: ., ; Chief Walker has been unable to big.cattle 'and driving them away I the Florida Packing Company. and
t. news -the
Indian
-: ;; : :'Rlverrwas; the of
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.MBoro."""'. "T--"UDiiuuy". .. ";><1'''_'''' .?:, get further facts. about Millie. from the Highland section to Jacksonville Mr.: Redding alterward, found then ,

-.. '?<. "' ,.': J ;, steamer St Lucle Thanksgiving Proclamation..
":qa: 'a.meuebUllaeu.the'pres-; resulted in the conviction of the young placed by the packing company. The
ll. 1 'n" ;. '' "" L
>..!. : What Indian River resident of thenipetiea :
? & the bu lett seaon'they Governor N. B. Broward has issued
-< ,. ., .....,.b'.---. "\ .. have. men and Judge Wills sentenced Will- buyer for the' ,company informed Mr.
,.' -:". rolljof these*mills does not remember' the St the following Thanksgiving proclamation
.1.eerri&L T4e
.. :; !". Dq' Lucie lams to two .years and .Grids to five Redding that she bought the cattle -

-: _:.booak'' t75ooo'Der: ;dear, or nearly and her 'captain. the genial : years at hard labor in State prison.It from Williams and ,Grids and 'Mr- *'
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;'; Steve Bravo? "State of Florida,. by His Excellency '
petweek Polttsta County Rec
t.1i''r'. ., is charged that these young men Redding soon afterward caused the
"'': >f,.u.--'t-\\ JeL M:: I .. I When. steamboating. on Indian Riverwas Napoleon. B. Broward. Gov ,, '
i- had been carrying, on their depredaFREE arrest of the young men.
!'
:!;r-l; |JekeonyilIes'lujnberreports; were ,fax its prime the St Lucie was one ernor.-A Proclamation: In accord .

;XA enlJast; "month,The greaiestaeoutof of the three favorites that plied the ance with a custom sacred in the w
., 3 7 ,
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t < "'", if. ;< '14 ;} 1,. t 'miles each of Florida I
1i .\.lumber ever. :shipped from waters, for 175 way three memory the people of TRIAL #

t times a week and the passengers who hereby appoint Thursday, the 29th'day ,
::; : .. ;port-'up tothe:. past month was

.':.,:i3!:ti v"'J, .. ,.:'It ,*when|.% $M'iI"" .'21 aboard of.,her are from every: section and Prayer.
.. -- : .8 74,878feet The in home it. .
l ii before cent
on
: '' of the\world and Include every rank "And I recommend to all the people your you pay a .
: ti th.otOctober,. shows a, total ofWflUam .
from royalty of the Old World andPresident of this State that on that day, In -
*t41.245feet. This Free Trial Offer
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.4i "' -V*'" '' of the United States to the devout, assemblies in their. respective.. y
: 1
H,. Rankin last month set 0 is open to every responsible -
j.i; : places of worship, and in glad gatherings -
humblest day laborer of our own see 1 person on the East
; ,B.-onf''.400;strawberry plants"at his So.latia tlon. Her friends' were numbered by around family firesides'they give Coa...t of Florida. ..We ''

-1$} home*- and- lost only! .' a dozen. Thisla'gnite the thousands':.and manya steamboatman thanks to Almighty God for the pros- know that after you have t
heard the.Victor play
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.. ar contrast,'to the experience which fills land with plenty
perity
; our
.
-1l has had his day on her decks: 8Om+ oC its beautiful recj'
; %of. Msls.y Straughan, and Baldwin '
Her .nose plowed the sandbarsand and for a civilization which endears ords you will appreciate

:who puTout 10,000 and'iost'practically narrows, and in the open waters she and, consecrates associations of home"And at once its superiority ov-,

t the.'entire)iot, ,but their plants were I further recommend that the er all other such, mcbinps. -;
shown her heels to
: has many times > It is BO well known, ,
>.- : dead 'when they got here.-Punta people make ready for this :festival
i her rivals for speed and commerce. that very much need not r .
j"fi'; < Herald allthe with love; which binds all hearts. and I ne said about it.' It come}
from
A sigh of regret will go up". .
,
Colonel :Caswell last week nearer being an exact reproducer
all homes and with
brightens charity
,, ii .. ;,-vllitam old-timers as they hear of the'destruction ; of the original ;
'purchased. flue beafng grapefruit that blesses alike both the giver and '
olee
W:, tae" I of the old ,St,Lucie. t." 1.H'gMss r than any other machine.
*'.-.i.t' adjoining Jill "own, from Mr. the receiver, so broad that it shall t .
S.Bravo, who has been
i Captain
"i,' :.Hendry, paying 7,000: for the prop. I in command- of the. c",St. Lucie during, reach every needy one in the State. Have music in your home. Entertainment for both

.R erty. 'This,:with:W;!orlglnal'rve afire her service as a transport on the extension Given under my hand and the Great old and young. No end of pleasure for all the family

f';.<, ,grove, gives.Colonel .Casweli the finest River Seal of the State at Tallahassee the and
;;;1(,' .. ; ,is also an favorite Everybody can play it. Write for catalogue prices.
young grapefruit ,grove along the capital this 8th day of November in
; having been one of the steamboat Sold for cash or on easy instalment payments. ,
slower, river, and with his..new'groves4wKu the year of our Lord One Thousand
; '" .. captains when the St Lucie.plied the
make him one:of the largest fruit Nine Hundred and Six and of the Independence -
Ji ,
: Her 'in reporting
''' ;Indian River. crew Indian River Music House
In the Fort Myers territory. of the United States the
f 1 growers Elliott's
; the wreck of the steamer at S
'; ; one hundred and thirty-first year.
:FOrt Press
.. Myers. of his
In. highest terms
speak .
Key T1TUSVILLE. FLA.
"
.Orange and grapefruit shipments are (Seal.) N. B. BROWARD ,
coolness and bravery. This Is only "
still holding their own, and the record "Governor --
.' what his old friends.on the river would "Attest: H. CLAY CRAWFORD, Road from Sanford to Daytona. and Seth Woodruff all came up front. c r
with .
1:? for each week as compared
expect of him in such emergency, "Secretary of State." (Sanford Chronicle.) Orlando Friday last and rode oyer-
to be
all preyIOus seasons continues and all Join in rejoicing that he was The waters of the St. Johns River what is known as Celery Avenue, and ,

..& broke. This week the shipments. saved. Reports state that a six-mile Serious Bailroad WreckA and on the low lands adjoining having spent the entire afternoon Investigating

', were;''>,777-. which; added to the ship swim in that terrible storm with serious wreck occurred on the Atlantic fallen to such an extent, work 'will Perhaps more than any other '

me alreadY: reported brings the waves rolling twenty feet high, was Coast Line' five miles above begin at once to complete the road one thing of which the people of Or

1 tots:'for. ,the season. to, 53,846 date boxes. his record last Tuesday in reaching Wauchula Sunday. A freight engine between Sanford and Daytona. Thosein ange County are proud is the work \

land. left its train at Bowling Green and charge of the construction hope to they have done and money they bYe'

1-; .Captain Bravo like the St. Lucie, came: to the tank in town to get water. have it completed within the next spent In constructing good roads. to I =

numbers,his friends of the old Indian While backing at a moderate speed, thirty or sixty days. For the purposeof county in the State can surpass,

r Press. River days by the thousands, and they from some cause the tender jumped looking over what has been done'! in tnat direction. Though little ham.

The auxiliary --schooner Traveler are included in every social rank. The the track causing the engine almostto and to intelligently inform themselvesof beer said, the work has Quietly gone .

'.reached: l portkthistweek from Key old-timer can tell of'many amusing turn a somersault. The engineer what yet had to be done. Messrs. along under the direction of an intelligent f

.,:West and.Captain Lane, Mr.'Mc.Adow and serious incidents of Captain escaped with slight bruises, the fireman H. H. Dickfion chairman of the Boardof and honest Board of County _

,'%> 'and ;Mr. .Funck hale thrilling:?experi- Bravo and his steamer and passengers with a broken leg and the flag County Commissioners, A. G. Pran- Commissioners. No bonds have bees -

'g" 'antes to. relate 'of/tbeirHussle/ with while the captain himself can man, who was on the cab, was thrown ham Superintendent of Roads for Or* lined, no money borrowed-() special K

$ ;;; "tke flerce'tropical'gale.. : Af school of entertain company. for days about several feet and covered with the oage County M. 0. Overstreet. Jams noli been made; but Orange Counts
'
). hua i[sharks,foltowed,.,the:schooner, his experiences of the old days on debris. He has a fractured skull and L.'Giles, H. L. Beeman, W. R. O'.Nea U at tne front just the same.

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ltt; 'l and every time a high wave would the Indian River. may die. Stafford, the engineer of the -- -- ------ - ----

;j1 'f; carry the< sharks, above 'the, storm- Here's a sigh of regret for the loss ill-fated engine was in a similar 000.00.0000000+0

1"t tossed craft, "it looked to the men as If of the St. Lucie and a rousing cheer wreck three weeks ago not more than

3.> right down on deck. half a mile from the scene of this
)y 7; u..rtt'woa1c11eap fer Steve Bravo her brave captain. .

1 .1& :sUt the_- Seri, missed one, meal one. .

t at 'anyrateiFort',.Myers Press. Lost.Watch Recovered By Owner '1T1 Rapid changes of temperature are hard If I
S. L. Turner one of the leading '
'-11": ward Lee 'Baunders, a highly repteted .Last December, while. Road Supervisor farmers and orange growers of the 4J4 on the toughest constitution.. : ;

,,:'citisftt :of Cutler. ,. ,committed : ,N. M. Fish was at work along Lake View section, was in the city .

+: ,.ii Qjatrte .Friday.' ,\ night- -In Miami" byrlowa1ng'1a D. the Rockledge Boulevard, near the yesterday. Mr. Turner owns a handsome The conductor pawing from the heated l

the river near Avenue residence of 0. Currier; he had'the
which he has cultivated
grove
: brother ,Her inside of a trolley car to the icy temperature
Ws
F Ber had been with misfortune to lose his watch-an extra and brought into bearing since the

t &: mail. delayed,for several days by the good timepiece-from his pocketAn fatal freeze, and from which he is now of the platform the spending an

r storm. --They:were camped, to' Cutler,their advertisement in the News failed realizing handsomely. He brought the hour or so in a heated building and then F,

; boat,', ;expecting to start for to locate .it, and it was given up for third load of fruit to market which
lOOn the. weather permitted. W. A. 'Heaton. walking against a biting wind-know the 1
.<&*, as lost Last Thursday sold readily at a good price on accountof

{!i tDaliDa theinight 118. left his berthVdetty who has charge of the Currier place its quality.-Gainesville Sun. : difficulty of avoiding cold.Scott..s .
uctuteHd' a .:heavy .iron :?
1: while removing some fragments of r

;l;:tfwJPt to his',neck,'and when: missed loP'ln front of, the place mentioned, PoctmMter Robbed '
hot : : Emulsion strengthens the
; '=abmtt daylight,was.::found at the found :the watch intact alongside aloe U, W. Fonts*postmaster at Riverton '

-c .t.rGf tbe tdrr.. ,.19r;.s_ days :it 'wound It and la., nearly lost his life and was robbed body so that it can better withstand the
) ,. and in taking up
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:. '-" of all comfort according to his letter,
ftf' ...* ;3w'bad been, greatly;'depressed overthe the movement.stssrted. at once. When which says: "For 20 year I hid chronic danger of cold from changes of temperature.

t; Ion of valuable: pineapple plan- lost the watch ran down and having a liver complaint which led to such a severe -

,; s h EUiotf r Key,' most of .which case of jaundice that even my fingernails
: tatton on order
0 : ease in perfect
kept
'."-. "s' dustproof, tamed when doctor It will to avoid taking cold
.. destroyed'by: ,the recent. yellow; my pre help you .t
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and all stomach and
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of, ''stabbling her is not so good for acute colds and coughs 'J -a

: tp: .. lover yttJii property- -hatpin she really- but for lingering efficacious, or chronic In producing cases ft perfecicures. isespecially .

ttabbedbik; :- e It contains Black Cherry bark, -'"
; :;- -' Gclden Seal root Bloodroot, Stone root c
rFortnaats: Misaoatlanti, Mandrake root and Queen's root-all of those who"

i_ *- *!Wben' I:wan"a druggist, at Livonia, which are highly mentioned praised affections as remedies by such for is preferred by are admittedlythe
all the above
Ma," writes T Jl Dwyer, now"of Greys- eminent medical writers and teachers as best judges of tone? The answer' is
6.j'4. : thewidoe'r of, a' vide, 'Mo., "three of my customers were Prof. ,Bartholow of Jefferson Med. Col- .
permanently cured consumption by lege' Prof. Hare of the Univ."of Pa.; f-
'' Df;.King's New DUICOerY.-IDd are well Prof. Finley Ellingwood, M. D..'of Bennett easy. It-is because: everyone who ha ;
,, .tlIDei;hefbl+ lam a death she
Med. Chicago Prof John
College,
and,, strong today'One was trying to sell ; '
1Fa = 'del ted.t lrutlrotui home Jn that his property' and move to Arizona, but King, M. D., late of, Cincinnati. ; Prof. played the. Ludwig 'knows that in it;
late of Cincinnati
John M. Scudder H. D. -
; and >slahed "New short time ,
y .t chp va Itrttetly.! after using Discovery Prof.'Edwin M. Hale M. D., of ..
S pt{Ia kiqwn'nbw| that .the;woman, he;;found it onnecessanr to do so.:I re Hahnemann; Med. College, Chicago, and is embodied every artistic quality---that
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i c .w1to'wu de&ptely reared, went mad. gard Dr. Eing/a. New Discovery as the scores of others equally eminent m their
most wonderful medicine in existence." several schools of
practice.
sii- )Ilhevandere,. Into the:thick forests_ of, Surest cough and cold core and throat and The"Golden Medical Discovery is the it meets every demand of the expert required :
F JlHante Savoy.f a most sparsely settled lung healer. Guaranteed by Red Cross only medicine put up for sale through y. '

,: = country.: There she has existed for aey.en Pharmacy..50c and $1. Trial bottle free. such druggists professional for like purposes endorsement that-has worth any 'for the truest interpretation of : R

; yean, munching nuts and berries, more than any number of ordinary testimonials. -

;f i seeking refuge In lonely grottoes Cotdaylia of the Alley.A' Open publicity of its formulaon music--that it possesses that indescribable :
the bottle is the best possible
against
4 e? the.winter's. rigors, wrapper
ir "Growing bolder at she guaranty of its merits. A glance at this delicate charm which is difficult
" ':: / last pene; T. the corner o' the alley published formula will show that"Golden -
trated tothe'oatet; edge of the fofeat' contains
Bits Cordaylla McNalljv Medical Discovery no poisonous !
,Her'appearance, almost demoi i. terrified 'At the corner o' the alley where or harmful agents and no alcohol to analyze, but which is designated {
r f r s tr : the peasants, who told tlM police : the people come an' goIn chemically pure triple-refined glycerine

r r 'trf of the'wild vision that had presented ,}'a a sln'penitent-to and procession from confession' being unobjectionable used instead.and Glycerine besides is is entirely a most by some musicians, who appreciate that

4' ItaolL, Sho eluded the in the of all stom- .
a police by darting In the ould Church of SL .Joseph that useful ingredient cure -
Into thlcketa which they could not builded ach as well as bronchial throat and lung :
p notato was long ago. it can correctly protray every varying
,
the medical
-- .' affections There is highest .
< or by swinging herself from one Oh 'tis well she knows them's many -
authority for its use In all such cases. '
: e of the, tree branches far; above the More? Has convaynlent the charitable to penny their fingers then The ""Discovery a concentrated glyc- emotion as the "soul" of the Ludwig.
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gfotmdL; Even when they captured her than any other day! eric extract of native, medicinal roots' .
the 'could and is safe and reliable. :
pollee learn nothing from An'her tongue It la so sooth'rm'An' c
A booklet of extracts from eminent
bar. She mumbled a Jargon. She has so mastherful deludth'rln' medical authorities endorsing its Ingre- : t
.. There mortlal few she'll feelettin' Sold
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are whatever by i
3 boom ,positively Identified. Her husband dients mailed free on request Address ,
} f. 1.; left a fortune, bat It Is not likely get away. .Dr. R. V Pierce, Buffalo N. Y. .

V .' 2 that aba will enjoy It. for she haa been For, oh. the Irish eyes of her i. '
1fr. ; pot In an asylum.. They twinkle at ye so! Indian Riverf ;
a :1'i Te hate to think the sighs of her A Hallway Ar..td.at.I1 :
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sl : if Are part o' the disguise of her, '
80. fait she baa yer penny gathered }
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: .V J z>. AUTO RIDING There's small use in walkin' farther ,

'. ,.,' '..1!... ; JIM to hurry in a-past her.1hure .
= ): ,.she'll let ye go unnoticed wid yer r
1 c : : : little load o' sin. >
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TITUSVILLE FLORIDATHE
tai' "' "IIIc'. of Beast Sees Sig4ta'of- Joust But. oh man. she has ye spotted :
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f > Fur she knows that ye'll be softer comin''S' ;
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a out than goin' in .
: t t'f:: [ Fur there's nothln' but good nature ,
1 jt
# In the m'anest Irish crayture
;: ; Hothlng _since the'flood there, has! Whin he feels the soul inside, o', ,him is i i
.,i "'- t 1f, uttered the populace of Johnstown, Pa.. cleansed of Wry blot. -------- --- --- ;- i

%., { 1;' ,': aa much u the appearance of 'a klnr Should Cordaylla then address'ye '
Wid her sooth'rin' "God bless ye!" i' 1 ,, SOHMER-CECILIAN PIANO f
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r f 'i ) of beug'rI luau automobile. A 'Tis not you 'will dare to Judge if she'

i"i, .t ._;. 11IM, agent ,of"a certain car either. deserrin it or not. THE FARRAND-CECILIAN PIANO -
; i-i: J;:7' drrsi of another.rush of waters and t
For oh the Irish of her
eyes
; .1 aoafht to emulate Noah' or else beochaaaoi They'twinkle at ye so! THE CECILIAN PLAYER PIANO f
!, ,.' .. ... ',to qualify as'a press agent., Ye hate to think the sighs of.her ft
'::,-:' At sy rate be mixed xoology with Are part o' the disguise of her.

_ 1y /;.-' chemistry and physics In antomobiling, So, fall she has yer penny gather "
; 4 ed in before ye knowT. .? Jf ;
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Leo had a ride. <
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Daly in Catholic Standard and :.
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} k 4. The jungle'.king which caused the .Times. .

r excitement was borrowed from a visit F III
Couldn't Ferns* HI.... i
"Did yer get compensation, Bill'?" ;
Teacher-Johnnie, on which'aide fo p// I
"Yus; !5 for me and !.> for the :
your, heart? .
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Johnnie-On the right side, teacher.. missus. ,
"i>' I didn't know Ir
she
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,1' Teacher\o. Johnnie; it's on. your Iiy
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left side. 4
wasn't but I bad the
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Johnnie-Yes, ma'am; that's what I
."....,. \ slid,, mind to fetch 'er one on the 'ead <

{' Teacher What you said? with me boot.-Tatlt'r.. ,

Johnnie-Yes, teacher. The left side .

\' I, tt is the right aide for the heart-Cleveland There II no KexKon .*-

Plain Dealer. why your baby should he thin, and fretful t
daring the night. Worm are> the cause

., b, Ko Apparent Evldeae of thin, sickly babies It in natural thata ,
"Is this what they call the ""reformed healthy baby should be fat and sleep .
tMks well. If bahy does not retain its
; your :1
football? asked the shocked matron
food, don't experiment with colic cures J
the grand stand. and other medicine, hit try a botth* ,If '
.: Jt. I "Yes," answered the person ad White's Cream Vermifuge, and yon will :

'r r dressed. soon see your haby have color and langh xal .
I> / / "Dear! Dear! The yell doesn't sound as it should. Sold by Kl Crocs Pharm

like itr-Chicago! Tribune. acy. i

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Impossibility. r
4 \ HU Honey's Worth. Mrs Stubb-Yes. John if the woman's 41 :

i ,<..li < Laundryman-I regret to tell you, suffrage party ever gets into power -
sir, that one of your shirts is lost.
we may see women on battleships.Mr. I'f
1i'o., Customer But, here, I have Just paid Stubbs-It will he a bad day for -
"'''t you 12 cents for$loing it up.
:$ the navy when that conies to pass.
r. ;" Laundryman- Quite right sir; we Mrs. Stubbs-In what ? .

: laundered it before' we lost it-Har- Mr. Stubbs-WIly, how way in the world A line that meets all demands

, i per's Weekly. could the ships sail under secret or- both as to quality and price

ders with a woman on board?-Chicago ,
-- Will This Baffle Mr. Burbank News. Price from $450 to $850 1"1
If Luther Burbank, the pomological Selling

; wizard of California, will invent a Always Was Sick

4 ,4' worm less chestnut, says the Atlanta When a man says he always was Ai'k- Full particulars sent on application
J
I YM LEI KEKVOC3! THAN TO CHAUF Constitution posterity will bless him. troubled with a cough that lasted all

,, FEUR.ittng winter-what would you think if he
.f: menagerie and invited into the How's This? should say-he never was sick Finr2n8inBallard's INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE TITUSYILLE
"' We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for Horehound Syrup Such a man ,
tn..stu. He took his seat without !
any case of catarrh that cannot be cared by exists.
: I bnlh.cy or any apparent doubt as to Hall's Catarrh Cure. Mr. J. C. Clark, Denver, Colorado, -- .
,, K the ootcome of his first motor ride. In F.J.CHEIEY & Co., Props..Toledo, 0. writes: "For years I was troubled witha

fact, to was tar less nervous than the We the undersigned have known F.J. Chene severe cough that would last all winter.
> for the last 15 years,and believe him
: chauffeur. sonally honorable in all business transactions per- This congh left me in a miserable condi- SEABDARD) !

Leo's machine 'bad barely felt the and financially able to carry out any obligations tion. I tried Ballard's Horehound Svrnn
afoot otatcb when be became the leader made by their firm. and have not had a sick day since. That's I I .
WEST: &TSUAX what it did for Sold Red Cross i
.>it a parade of astonished cltliens. me. by AIRLINE RAIL IiTAY. I ,
Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Pharmacy.
It woo noted however that all of his WALDIK, KINNAN& MARVIN, -FOR- t
4 fsuewue before getting Into line as- Wholesale Druggists,Toledo Ohio. ;
1-.4 themselves that he was not In Hall's Catarrh Core is taken internally,act- Xo Traced. I Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines I Ii
,
ing directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces The engineer was asleep.
dIIIar of tuinbUag outs I of the system. Price 75c. bottle. Richmond
* Sold by all druggists Testimonials per free. Happily no tragedy followed.It Washington, Baltimore.

CMten'Ir Pall of C14 r. Halls Family Pills are the best. was his time to be off duty, and Philadelphia New York
I
he was in his ,
.n It ter borne of ,Thomas C. Shaw in bed.-Brooklyn Life. -
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$33.00 to CaliforniaNow
J.- townahlp.. HI, la not made,they TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.
Yuba for Jhl. friends this fall' And is the best time of the year to see A Mountain of Gold ;
California. The farmers and fruit could not bring as much happiness to
SEABOARD EXPRESS
wtaaar.it will be because aomebodj will growerscan SEABOARD MATT !
-R? ..,. >> tell you all about the bumper crop ofLow Mrs. Lucia Wilke, of Caroline, Wi&, as I .
; ,bier part tho "ttr on. Not being able 1906. did one 25c: box of Bucklen's Arnica

} lIMIfaCtorui>t; saatkd a bountiful oneway rates every day to October Salve, when it completely cured a running 'MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.ONLY :

.oiii>of apples from his hundred acre 31st, 1900./I33.00 from Chicago and sore on her leg, which had tortured J

.1tait at a pile, that would. w>t bia| correspondingly low,rates from all pointa her .23 long years. Greatest antiseptic LINE j
itf .... cotnna, .bo haa:dog a' dsten east via healer of piles, wounds and sores. 25c at Operating i Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville: to New Or.eaii.
aid Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Bed Cross Pharmacy.
? hot lo diameter, twelve feet
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&. f -. bad It proporfr. ;;cemtated ads' .R:Be i1roiadt.aorejonf,( .j, tickets read over this tine. ,:- 'CA8TOD.A. 'n&e to.For- full. ;,information<.". and sleeper, reservations call on any Seaboard agent, or
f ; p_loatallod and la calking the enttaoaacacrooiateeWara V&Kind Haw '
Dantle Always Bros&tk A.O.MACDONELL .
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BOYWTON Jr.,
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: datadi gltIg J. ..... VAN Bsl.Kiaxn, ; Asst. General Passenger Agent, Paaseoger AgtuU
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;i. .. ......... ....."....w4of: 1 ',f! ., ';:. & .. than .the..1 long:haired, sensuous man the wealthy. .E

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<. '_.. 'tto.ii.mo. KU8le'and: .att toe" 4yfortoltstipa'k
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'_ ,r e'jit" ,-. thmg when ant girl rarely goes into domestic sere .

'; 0':- >.:.. .: ,' ... :i'r 5 .. eiaru -. diluted with, a'llttle fOOtball and' a lee,. either In the- United .States .or in iion.SoUl'Stom d1.Diarmea, ._

," ', _b. '.Vl1Jl.JeCQ 1ng'thp. little.wholesome! reading and sleep but Worms..ConvulsionsjevenshoraiLOSSOFSUEE g)
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: ., her own country. 'On 25 percent For Over
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t 7- ;.;;;r. :: ;. Tar Smile( Signature off ,
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.: Z -.f<;: AiS1Stt01f2jp2tIi core:;for, constipation,' biliousness, ..dyspepsia furnace, Its-.electricity and other mechanical : '
'-. ''.';r y JOte LatA!!!'" thz ''I :and: all ills due.to a torpid liver I: 'contrivances, would strike terror 'TNI aa.Taaa se.fat.r. MCW toga'CITV.

'>.-" ';.;;. :;' *;ct,co .' ; .. t i jl Try;'a;;bottle and yon'.wI1I never use anything -' to her' soul. Even the American r-

_,..'...;.:..... F.: ..:..tL-}:;='.lob: F ri :!I Ii' else; Sold. by,Red Cross=Pharmacy. breakfast :Mr. Conti says. would re- ... ,

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"'S.,.,, 1i'1-r...,,.<.,-""." .. ,, .. house, .'where, ,the people may have home., ." DOWN. '. NORTHBOUND-READ UP. .

.: piT 801rbDgg ov.THKaasTAThe'clubs. lit their doubtful thoughts examined,'condensed Mr. Conti purposes to overcome these

.'t :1i& bf;;Rice' county, the' desiccated stretched,, ironed difficulties by'training the Italian girl N..89 II. 29 STATIONS. 10. 11 N0.1Dtllr .

..j ,coul y:eoininiseloners- and the schools and returned in good order,"'was recently to Americanways fn ber.own country Dally OOpm 920am 0111 r Lv..Jacksol1vUle ................Ar 72Spm 865ama Data _;

.1it unitedj! ltht)contributions.The. man ?established at the cjoslnr session and then bringing' her to;'America to 08pm. 928a.m ............ South JacksonvWe..Lv 718plli 8 (7am72Dpm t
; the'atake for 'in"the ; 10 foam ...............5" Augustine................ 615pm' 7 CS.m
wbdr of the ouPttedero
-; ; putting : World New beplaced in a carefully)] selected lme. 7 63pm. 1118am 16 ................... 68-tpm I (!lam
:1tt' cement J foundation .for' the bowlder, atlon convention In Chicago, says'a He purposes to select or build a housein 808pm 11 35&m "\...............East r.1atka................ b 20pm a lOam

Dtnib118eU; irsa"the first-man married special dispatch from that. city to the .Italy similar In arrangement and gaps 1200m ................... ................... 4 b5pm 6 05am743pm '
: ,. l110am Lv.....;.............Palatka...........:......Ar ,b I 45pm 6 CI1amt \
_ ";; (In;JUet.t1w"' That ceremony took New'York World. fittings" Jo the American home, with 2iipm ........ ................. !' Mateo.................Lv ..... ; I) 15am
.: 4..!I:'puce on.. the trail .itself. ,The entire world Is invited, to sub- gas, electricity, running water and all -.5 15am Lv..........:......Ban Mateo.................Ar 9 25pm ............

:-'t' ,, .work" "of marrkfng.the trail is be-: mit Its thoughts to the federation for modern American .conveniences. This D 06pm 128lpm Lv.................. ................:-. 4 NOpm b am914pm
$1t Jut with 1240pm' ...................Dupont................... :3pm I 3Jam
j;! '' taken up Interest by the com- analysis, so any citizen may send any house will be furnished entirely In-the D 48pm 113pm ...........;.....Ormond .................. 366pm 5 OOam1002pm
',imnnitlee throvgtiawMch: the almost obliterated 'stray "thinks" be may hold on any American style;and one' floor will be 121pm ..................Daytona.................. '34Spm .445tm1013pm
136pm ................I'ort Or'nl'e................ U 835pm 4 37amlO
_ .: 'roadwaypasses, .but counties subject and they :will be',cheerfully received arranged as a flat Here American instructors 3pm 200pm Ar................New 81:1pm: 4 15ami

_ } .removed! >> lttre,course areilndlfferTbe -, and elucidated."In In.domestic science will teach loam ,Hipm Art... ....... ......Lakel ................ I OOpm 616pID
r .ent legisia'tive"appropriation. is other words," explained one of Italian girls how to cook and wash and 11 28am 4 6Spm ..............Orange City............. ': 12 Wpm 6 59pm1140am
: : 5 OOpm. ..........Orange City Junction........... 12 f5pm b I Wpm
_. ,tF tt" fai too: amall* to1ptaee'markeri that the delegates, "we want national center wait.on table in the' ; American way, l045pm lopm Lv................ ew Smyrna................Ar aipm 4 m1110pm

--. twW"not.bewooedor:?: destroyed. In where thought.maybe boiled downto and a short course of Instruction 240pm ..................Oak .................. 240pm 3 SA&m 5IL #
Bice?eounty:the location,. of the first the essence.. Many persons have valuable English will prepare them for intercourse 5lpm S 16pm Ar..TUusville.................. 2ropm 3 WalD ,

: 11 lOam 5 Wpm Art..................Banford..................tLv 115. m 3ilpm
rmaidier' 'ma7. .become the center of .aadman thoughts- and fancies that flit with the American butcher, Ii OOpm 11 65am Lc .................. ................... Ii Wpm 11 IOam1151pm

.park., In Herington, Dickinson through their minds at times over baker and candlestick .maker as wellas 316pm Lv....:....:........ \ .................. 05pm a OOam
f / >' : the 'trail Is directly which they have 'no control With the with their mistress.. 121lam 3 Dlpm ....................Cocoa...................Lv Zlpm 2 2tamJ2
: > ., wnty;' coarse : 4am Ii-Ipm .................RoctIMjre................ .. Wpm 2letmI
: ; throughtbe'ya$ of:tlio prlnclpalpub-: thoughts come bewildering emotions.It Mr. Conti will meet the'entire Initial Warn 4 22pm .................tau a11le.; ................ 124pm 47aID. i i11:1am
school is there to place Is these phenomena that we wish to expense of the scheme, and he Is sure : 430pm .................Ielbonme....:...........;. .. 12 3ipm: S71m I
lic It
planned .
: : ; 1 loam 5 lOpm ................. teliastlan ................. .. I152&m12 beam '
.fWJ .a: bowlder 'In:,the schoolyard, that it endeavor to explain, and there will be that.a sufficient number'of persons in 248am 600pm ..................St. LucIe.. ............... .. 1068am 1200s''t
1i lesson 'the children on'the no better way than to make the new the United States and in Italy will be 3O5am! 615pm .. ...............Fort 1.leree.............;? .. lob0an 1165pnt
u may be a to 3308m I II 37pm II ...................Tl blilh.................. a 101iam 1119pm3358m
;$'ij' pioneer history of,the state. thought federation a clearing house.or enough interested In the undertaking. J II 41pm II ................. ..Eden.................... 1013&m 11 15pm
center for these undefined thoughts. to keep it running. 340am .1 646pm .......n.'......t. Jensen.......:........... 1oosam 11onm
i 1r.. ._ For: many years the trail was clearly 21 Mam I 667pm .. .............. .ftuart. ............... .. 1000lm 10 spur
Identifiedwherever it led through the Amid the silence and great thought Influence The course will cover about nine 420&11 23l'm .................Hobefound................ .. 3-lam 10 !2Ppm440s.m
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of the of the members we believe that months, and as soon as the first grad- i 40pm .We:tJ\ll'iter. : .. II 181m 10 Wpm
wuthwirt,>Jwt,with the coming I 5 E..m 815pm ..............West Palm Deacb............. ., Ii5a IIl>pm
--f.Jr :TteamTptoW8 andthe'planting of the many lines of thought nOw,unexplainedwill uates are ready to come over tome' Institution 543&m' 841pm .. .....:..........noyJlton .................. II 8 :Dam t OIJlm5.1&m
_.,"' be brought to life." will be selected on this side b 8 5Opm ..................betray................... 81a.m: a iOpmISam
9 prairies to,grain tbii 1a./. fast passing I 8 -iOi'm .. ..............t'ort Lauderdale.............. II 7 ?Barn 7 apmfi57am
,); '' ,'and'the-'same disputes that are of thewater to shelter them when they II 4ipm II ................. .DllnIL. ................. 7 warn 7 1o.1I.
::; away ... arrive,' find places for them for 'Z9&m 9 .pm ..................Jlal1andale.. ................. .. 711.1am 7 s9pm.am !
;" 'known.1n the eastern part of the state Aaadaa Army Mar DreM Like 0. care ; to Wpm .. ................ Lemon {fy'................ .. 64.1am 711pm
_ems :}: ,win !make the U location ladeDn1tejoonTh4laettleri'havefofind The Russian military authorities are them, In sickness .and befriend them 7 IilJam 10 30Vm Ar.................. Mlaml..L\ 63xm 7 ibpm
_ .. of khaki generally while In II fil'lIim ............ILv1.. ............... Miami...................:Ar ... ...... OOpra
the uniforms they strangers
many considering adoption are a .. .... .......... _
; IU a'am' ... .IArt. .UOIDe:>teed .. ........ .;I.\.,. .. .....3 E"
;. 'rtiBlnde of Jthe trairspiUm'y[ days In the czar having been especially strange land. This institution must, it _. ( .

; ; .'_ relics and curios along its broad high Interested in one recently .worn by an is said, be a convent as no other would abet rarlor Cars on trains:20 and 78. Buffet Sleeping hers on Jralns !S3 and S3. -

? ,way.:'Old wagon'irons of.various sorts, American army representative at $t. inspire an Italian woman with such ,tllallyexeeptsunday.. __ __ __. '

: here and Petersburg, says the New York World. confidence T t I 17
kettles%, pieces of guns and- : Ne.23 fIIe.21 NI). t9 IOaily IUYPORT BRANCH N..16 Ni 20 It. n ;
there:a monad telling of the tragediesof The military .authorities are also considering cd.r Su qty 0.11, beept Ditty SIIWI., Dish ''

.& thie:,'overland journey have made American accouterments. Including The FicrceBCM of nibt.. r I Sunday Only

tbainlitmtabW In; local tradition. web cartridge: belts; and cavalry "You think your next speech will ; ropmllO 108m 610J1m foam Lv..Jat'kcomll1o..Ar 7 C.am.12 ::Opm i klpm
2 t8pm Jo) 1'Ilm 61"pm'' 9 film .....SOnth Jacks lDvU1e ....J., 7 r.am! 12 22pm t 1J>m:01'111
_ ii: JThese are.fast passing:away.ONETWAY4TO saddles, with a view: to their adoption. make an Impression said the campaign 2 -: 10 boom 6 IiIII.ml it'am ........Pabltt Be cIj. ....... .. 7 ffiimll1 "am 4 iDam
:. adviser."I 2.ai"m 10 "l&m 6 pmt/ 9 lam .......AU.ntlc cacb..... .. 7 OOam! II 4r.&m f 1 J>m 1
*? :"G. < do," answered the candidate. 3 Wpm 11 loam 1; 10pm;: 10 --\r........... lyport..r.v. 6 4f .mU! acaD 4 L/9, If
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;;iil-z.\-, Wash your, bands with warm water "Have you any new arguments toplace1 PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL SFEAMSIIIP CONNECTIONS AT CIA8L-; I
before your'opponenU" .
r\.o< hit Ien"I Chamberlain --- -
"= tie.: Off Iave.t 'a Pot a towel and apply
-i'I ;;" 'lit!. leoaemtet.p dry with before going-to'bed'and a "Xo but 1 have a lot of new namesto Close Coaaeciion Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Ccaj -.y.
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This sale is also call him Washington Star. Havana and West. l
: : ;Thaiterajs,scnoolteacher Is not aa speedy care is certain. Key __..
diseases For sale by '
: f' "runt'J1rt, uoeqaaled for skin
well the .,
paid aa .average SOUTHSOUND: NORTH30UKDL7MIAJIF t'
dealers. j lr
_? 'f:; '-layi'Proftwo?:X ML Bnbinow In the all.... .druggists, _and__medicine__ The Bride Cerpiafaa."Iwant ...Tires-lays. atur.t fg..11 40pm 1.7 HAVANA.. .TSinrsdayj.... n (-1O'or i
-. Journal ?-Political 'Economy; Issued -jj to complain of the Hour you ArKKY: WE>T..\r(.!ne-tn Sundays.. li> >n I. .trtEYlFufr..Thurda.a.: ... eTq.e"!.
Dropped Dog IB Mall Box. sent the, other d said Mrs. Lv KJoY" F>T.Wdlie".ta : 8 ( im| I.? K EY11'fTTLurs1ET+.Muadayt.OIpt%. 4" td
r from the Unlveraity of Chicago Press: me y. AriLtV.1NA........Thursdays...... .. 580dm: MIAMI.( .Fridays! Tuesdays.. .. 1JJ.m.. e',
clerk in the .. ,
A Ellor. a Newlywed severely.
When George : -
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r" 'dl fie P td xplalna. ibat'itrrantji, aQctxdingt0; are;.t'a, prealum'Jbecaua BkwmfieM'(N.: postofflce : placed his "What was matter with It. Additional Sailings'between Key West and Havana. G;

dislike to be bands in the mall box where packages, ma'am?" asked the grocer. L.tFY1t'F-T..MnndtycFridara..830pm: Lv11AYA'tA.anf4inyi.rau.1ays.1M'sr ,,

; ,."*" .: .- -*"mmm. : newspapers etc.. are dropped he was "It was tough. My:husband simply .'.r IU.\'A .-Tuesdays, Saturdays.... 6 30am | Ar KKY W t>r.Tut' daYl.aturdI1t. ea ran ;.j
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astonished
.;'_' ': theprofeeaot Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers.
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).iElperleDCI4.Rr'ftJitJ. long' and firryand' evidently .very much ltM-Ram's Horn -- -- -...... .;
t ,: ,F"tlldlr qbja cti- ore'to the nountan Investigation disclosed that j The e Time Tables*ho*the times at wbWi '"tlnsmaybeesfr'ftedtoanirotts>1V,,,,,rtfr'm '
f l to the;sodai.,Inequality, and _he alive. "- the ?\"eJai blatious but their arrival cr dc-artureat the! times stlllPlt ii u'.t K''.'.--'*<,1
Jot:' tWSBbn'thtt::.domestic help:be .paidaothattheymyliveatbom some one had dropped a_ fox terrier Croup r.. r U thl j (;Coiniiary be responsible foracy delays cr any conyeqnecces! .'.iI?trom.. i
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puppy Into the A reliable medicine and that "hunlll _
.: *. -near one For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Inforrn-lion;; *>. !
twice physician who.lives by happened always be kept in the home for iinmtvdi
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tcrvanta The ate nse is Chamberlain's Cong! RemedyIt
a tit fast as the number rof
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; '' dog belonged him. and he took.'It J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Oen'i Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, IUU
employe&ll4y the'.tt.. ck
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'' ot-WOmen Do You Want to Know All About the
:.W'egt .bat the'number. Hteuclf.. !.* Bvrmias; the croupy coojjh appears. For sale by

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; General Bustaiss
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JsI;!- \[' : W. Hopkins :'family! ; of Bear .
who.i hereo c .more.Eev. .
'Abe the
j : j ; c4 ilildretb,. : iaspeot Lake,,Xi b., will -visit. Eaa Gallie this I
and OldestBank
f ?i ; -, ntotlinthUrvidnW.for, twenty years'orTnwa : ]W0>;..Stones, paid hia'monthly i uomiog winter Largest ,
season. '
BITer
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.-1t\ : .win rasa 00 Sitoidarr"Hitt preached morning. KOD.8nDdaY.I :& '
{<;'f iJ.; I "".. '...?t"c., .. : haodsome, lscachb'; ;:in commission and:: ; "* % ,, G.: G. Redstone has i installed an acetylene I Exchange. Bought and Sold art All !.:;

,i&f;:..5" ,malm tfreqaent tripsv i .between IndianolaT :.Je. daughter "( plant in ,his residence. on Houston I 'Foreign Countries. v ,-t .. 4
'?-*" f "n* -: "" **?,""' "- faod.h. Patronage appreciated. Prompt 'service,
bright light
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''.#'. -' and.Cf-, :- 4 6 :also(Miss;.Eva O'ot Georgians, polite treatment and every favor contiateat Y;
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jr , "',, .-;"1'" f'ilj'fr- ;..;.. ,local"' freifht and work trains had spent Sunday'with'friends here: MKLBOUKNK. with conservative banking crantecJ.CORRESPONDENTS '. f.
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.' ., ',Mrs H.:;:Watton, .of .Clifton; after an Rev Dr.Rader, of Miami, preached at Empire Trust Company N. Y: Florida' ._,,' '' ];

f1{ ..;. .t"' .'if ''rt'ot\hcf"". .:;'wrecking.... jengine.;, they were- enjoyable I vial with. ,Mrs,'.G. W.Schnylerretarped the Methodist church Sunday evening.Mr. National Bank of Jacksonville, Jackson '- "

t ',\r -g., baftD" l .-.... :I- home' Monday." and'Mia. Henry Whiting are" DOW riU..FILTITUSVILLEtF

i l Ja:' :Mr. EdFGreeue, of-Mima,., Visited hit The Indian ,River. Baptist ,a eociation snugly settled in .the Sammis cottage for RIDA, ; 1

:-ir.; }1 ::beioryheirsw. .J ', ;). fr.WelJI' : ", ee e m'dap will meet at the Indianola'Baptist'church the winter. .

.,.. this:week. He abo"interviewed: Dr: peat week, N ,Y. 23rd to '25th inclusive. Mr. Paine Harrington's house is i
'J ( new E. L. BRADY & BRO.
., 1,!....-.... ,'Y-ii-: =Dabiel,--- *_during his-,.iiajs-'. .. Sunday, the 25th,there will-.be services progressing nicely :
'' Miss', Mamie Johnson, .ofTallahassee, morning,'afternoon and evening to which 4
t: \ Mr.'W. T. Wells' two attractive
., _., Mw all invited op&odat8 Groceries Hay Grain and-all Food Products.
( '''''#. revisiting &M.E. Hill. Johnson are cordially to;come along cottages are Just completed 'and will ,

a. \ s; "', t: T 'visitedhere: lasl .year and made many and enjoy the meetings and bring their rent readily to some.of our winter visitors We handle produce of all kinds.. We are agents for)(al*'Fertiliser We deal ezdssimlg '..
lunches as, there will ,be-a basket 'dinner in the above lines of goods, solicit the trade of all consumers. Write u for pskea"
fs? ""jirr Mrs. Lyle Whitney. of Cincinnati. and Grain and all Groceries,delivered at your station- E.L.BRADY A 6BOnTlTUSTUXXi; ;
.. at noon on Sunday.
..JrLW; 'Jerome
... ; ; passed throughhere .
"" Mrs: Rollo Hesener, of Canton, Ohio, are -:-- !
4 'f$' ', ;.last J ,week'on'bi: w'1j'.io' her grove GEOBOIANA. two: young brides who will spend the :

_'_ :sf&gntley.OnTueedsysheaontinued The cboreh'picnic last Thursday pass* winter i in Melbourne with their husbands S.J."NORTON. t
oil her .to :her handsome home inHJamiL
r-- : way. ed off very pleasantly. The building was Mrs. Frank Gallup, of New ,York, il Hay, '
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and Groceries : Fail
' 3 4. t.. : put in good..order: and the work aboutthe the guest of Mr.And Mrs.,, Whiting this Staple Fancy ; ,
Cant net Mrs Oogiusnd their daogb- church yard nearly,all done,'the.rest week.; Mrs. Gallop is spending the'wi.

'tee, .If rs. Bennejtt, ;and"son arrived last' will be ,finished .this:week. Every one ter with Admiral James H. Gillis and .EGETilBL.ES' 4 SPECIALTY

*. week it their:,BoicUedge, home. worked:.with a,will, especially* the young wife,, at Melbourne Beach.. T1tuBv1ne.. : I I' P1or1da., -_ .

zit,, r Mrs. ,A..L.,1latch,' of Ft. Cbristmas, is people,'and every.one enjoyed the lunch Mr." V.' T. McBride has secured Mr. K -: -:

,Wring her.dssghter, Mrs. Paxton, in and hot co 'ee.. M. Heesiner as assistant in his store.

,; BoekfecJ Mr... Frank Allen came,over with Roy WHITEHALL PORTLAND CEMENT
Mr. Farley of Malabar, is making some
f : Adam i 8. Dixon has had a force of men Trafford and' John Taterson and spent
improvements in the Fee A Stewart
i at:'work on'the cemetery,so o"nerae.n the day Sunday. The boys were lookingover '
r -P hate easy access' to their tots,'so there the place in the morning and in the building., [x 500 Barrels will received in the next

will. be some improvements.eoon., afternoon. were calling,on friends. being The cleaned grounds up around of all Hotel weeds Carleton and) put are in 60 days. Costs a little more than other .cement
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Bert.Johnson was a_ visitor in town Ollie Page went down to Ban Gallie
good order for the coming season. but is better.
.Saturday. and Sa..,. .. and spent Sunday with her brother Fred. '- ,.

t Rev-- ,..W. F.-- Allen,,:.RayTtarEor'stud Ducks and coots are plentiful and in Mrs. Albertina Trcntler niece and EAST COAST LUMBER, & SUPPLY CO.5 0
nephew, of Eau Gallie, were in Melbourne
,.f 'John. Paterson spent Sunday at'the Traf- fine condition for the table.: Deer seem Monday/or a drive. Dealers in J.umbo.t and Builders' Material. f

i : ;, ,ford grove at Georgsams.ti quite plentiful too. They like to come up Eau Gallie Florida. ?

:. .The teachers of oar school are planning io the night, and nibble the gardens on Mrs. John Goode has had a number of r

P.W ::: some flower beds 'around the' school the- -Banana. river side of the island. j men at work in her orange grove and cultivating ;?

: boose.On:. Winnie Dixon was worse again Sunday the beautiful grounds around her PAINTING

rjtitr ''-- Monday, the 19ththe Bishop, Rev. and Monday but is better now. She looks home.

Wm. Crane Gray, will be In Cocoa; very white and frail Cool delightful weather, but no eignsof

f< ": reception will be tendered him at the The cold wave Monday and Tuesdaydid frost so far this season. Paper Hanging Kalsonilnlngr, Yarnisbfng, Staining Vanishing: t
of all Kinds Etc. -tOld
; ,Episcopal rectory from 2:30 till 4p. m. no t harm here rj fuse we have heard Sign Painting ,

1 A rascal invitation is extended. On but some of the folks were rather uneasy BOBBINSGRAHAM Furniture made.tolook like new. Mirrors made and Resilvered. Reasonable Rates. .-

.4-" i Tuesday morning there 'will be services shout their beans. The gardens are lookIng .
Fw v. W. ELDRE ,
; c in the, church with communion. The well and people here have been having J

rites.of baptism, will also be administer fresh vegetables for sometime past. ( Location. : Scrim treour Building, Washington Aeenne, next;door north of Iosiey'aTitusville ,

..4 g ed. Mr. and Mrs Breese CO.
r were visiting F1orid.a j'
j Mr.and Mrs. J. M.Sanders were visit their daughter, Mrs. Provost, last Sun ([Incorporated Paid op Capital $25,000.00. L

t ; ing..Mother .Dixon, of North Cocoa, on ....

; Sunday. day.The parsonage is being cleaned and This the company Indian River owns: Country landsin ; dh1T Victor, Edison$ and TaIi ei .

,1 ,F ". Mrs.. E. Stradley, of North Carolina, set in order this week. Mr. and Mrs. ,on the St. Lncie River, 4

',. win take charge, of Mrs M. E. Hill's Kingsley expect to be here soon. at New Bay.River, and on Biscayne Tailing Machines, SoppUee aid

$ \!'' drMsmakinf department this week. Mr and Mrs.' Pierce spent a few daysat \'
Records sold bj lie .
.. 4 The Sunday ,school of the Episcopal their place) in Lotus last week looking PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMESSend

x :- church wiUreopen next Sunday. after fruit and patting the place in order. for land list.
INDIAN RIVER MUSIC L
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Pock and family, Cora Munson was well enough to return OI' CUAT SOUSE'
iJ c ..: of Petoeky, Mich., were arrivals this to school Monday.
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TITOS!Illi FLORIDA
TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. ,
week. will their
They .occupy Roekledgecottage. Grandma Munson has not been as well

.'They are accompanied by Mrs since the cold weather set in.
F.;-F. Taylor H. -yo PiUs 2if
Miss Nellie Owen spent Sunday with 1iWWWaWWWiiWdthVWW&VW&d
t; y Mr.and Mrs. M. P. Tebbetla, of Massachusetts friends ia Lotos. Successor to R. L. MOTLOW
: =; have'rented the Taylor cottafe .
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on Willard street and are comfortably BANYAN +
The Geo. H. Feraald Hardiare
t $ J.: located tor the season.r Mr. Henry Casper and mother, of. '

and Mrs Arthur Shinn and baby Tropic., were visiting i friends here Sun >

sou,:LawreQce,and Mrs Dale, ofhiis. day.Mr. ,
3; .; delphia,"arrived on"Monday night's train .' Lee killed a huge rattlesnake) MACHINE SHOPS .

y aa&are.located at their winter home on Tuesday! I c

I flaiss'IIeigha: Mr. B. D., Jernigan made a business

r. -- -Mr.Y and Mn. A.' Simple and fruity, trip to Cocoa Tuesday.Dr. Plumbing and M taJ 'Work

"of'Phaaddpbia, arrived on Monday and .Peek' Melbourne*. was here HondA -j1

= TM T iiNpOOe.p 'theii wiatee borne -on the ,!

Mr. :Ragan.made a shipment of very IN BUILDERS HARDWARE PAlNT$1. Its c ji
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_'grape fruit bet week.. .. ,
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ii tlrliihse nss.tbat the trts otT1CG whys U) y "mH'- T party ,from'Artesia.y&VkyiT. Agricultural Implements.
lTitr LG.Pills iotrssraa ', .. ,
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