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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: December 14, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00395
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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't:::. ,' '. .., ;. $ .y. .,,. + Every lady: on the east coast of Florida;
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1. '' ..' ,_ Sale at Kline'sMOJTDAT to send as their order for a pair of Queen
: ', Quality shoes We have just received
F: VOTE.' DRYa DKXJOKB 171906.' a large, shipment;' which Is by far the
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; largest' and finest line of shoes: ever shown

...... ...c -i.-; : ", : .". ". Ladies' kid gloves, new and np-:to-date in TitosyUle known the world over as
-fl <4' tBnl"- freah from the factory, latest shades including being the very best shoe made for ladies.
....". .; ..... !. ; ; :? ;. T1a, _.r fWlnrlag.'._ .', "Midy,,<.. -r-t.aksc'"..... ."'.. is.oafeibi- 'd.. ."....i,. kJ,the dadJlalsse_. Leah. one ty: I black, white and tan, Monday's We pay express or postage on all out of

<>i.vaw4 : Ar htroidMl.:court, marshal 'and polls TEAT DEY OOU VOT8 SAT special $1.10, all ailadie -. town orders.

.f9 1i? Q 'i'r" lJPtJ &%${ an 11! to control. the outputs of,oar.IooDaJ' II reedy made skirts made by WISSTOS s. Bu.'aIXo, 5
_. $- <} ., .,.... .'. ..' ._. "TV*> ::- .. Bradford one of the beet tailors, will pot on sale The Clothing Stow,
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mote year ten new styles: Titosville. Fl*.
v...'. f. (chi...of. t3Baided bystf ::1..1' ft never' made better merchants, I The following am a few letters and Style one, made of gray mannish over-
'0<" '- "' ti', -.but outside of bettor clerks, better farmers; fisherman, facts that be if S .
;{: '$! ia.theprednct l I can sworn to necessaryand plaid box pleats, worth $10.00, special
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>1 .J. -a;;,petitioned',the'commissioners better'lawyers doctors.' Why then dowe I the originals can be produced. The $e"88. .

; !;.". 'and got it." ;, : : ,w Lt saloons i following letters were taken from the Style two made of beet quality of black LOCAL GOSSIP
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,. 1hLtrttbM tbca"bseri'aont&ed; aof ,If drink. is a rood thing why do your Bradford County T tatnph: mohair accordion pleated, worth $10 00,

.,.,,!j : ""_ _tbe,"law. ,the. saloon, saloon men sand bar keepers refuse to I Starke Fla., July 13, 1906. special ".88. AND
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.. u. drink Bosiaess men in bar rooms as in To Whom it May Coneen: Style three, made of the best quality
,q.;;,!t.t'lif'iiJff41o... '' ... .drunkenness.. (b e oar ofJ>f. pUwe mustbe, sober to .ID OBed. black taffeta silk, former price H .00,
:'i ;- afOn.Fbut very Hole,',and: that I Less drinking, fewer drunkards on our special $8 98.- .
'<<; 'fW j set $ned'mostly,.to old:topers.that got It is emlmated that fully 75 per cent of streets, fewer loafers' fewer brawls andfights Style four made of black chiffon panama Something stoat the People of Titii- ,

N | .41141 F rnesBootosesand variooam the minor crimes of the county are the result fewer fines, more baMneae, better handsomely tailored, $10 00 wouldbe
?okr' intoxicants aid in of drink. collections evidences of Mlle ts'l1ey Come ud Go
; oar drugstores more prosperityof the proper price: for this skirt Monday ..
,;ft.'; 'k"4 ;:''at liattnt;.......'. '*- .t' A. _-,-' .:If' a manf spends his money for dry every kind and on every hand \ only $7.40. The largest stock of fine shoes at Wins- ,

,_' 1'i: '../1a:iot"wt&lr.1tit .opedDf .of the. saloon goods be'gets dressed up. If he spends quieter and .more moral town are some Style five, made of a good quality of ton 8. Branning'a.
dksfdef.. and;:droakicntei beeaiMmore of the benefits that in opinion have
.t3 7 his for groceries filled my gray mannish material, splendidly tail.
money huts op
", -e .*:-.> 4 4 uaore frf oent t; the marshal was kept. bat if be spends It for whiskey begets come to Starke u a result of local option ored worth $5 00, Monday's special Baseball bate masksPo8t cards albums.
!j1 "' busy.aad tbe nayVs court full.'A.... drank. Which beet? in Bradford county. "88. Cake stands, Collar boxes GARDNER'S.
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1x.t..0....1'OOII..16IId sad.oarboys.weteie : Respectfully submitted.
Style six, made of an excellent quality
: Mr.- BasinM Msa 'ass it dawned OD14M' ALBDT.H. FRXXMAN A large number of personals'We to
taa D4 fastWe as. well as to let drunk. of navy blue panama box pleats worth
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; ;JMwtMMftwHb tbl.and with tsUint that many of your bad debts.. the Ch'n B'd TrusteesfitarkeUigh $7.00, special 4 98 I I be omitted this week' on account of press

:.,JJ! :whiskey*o',the Holy Sabbath dav; a resaH. of tbe saloon and that much of the School White linen cambric shirt waists, tailor.. of other matter.

;:,- ",-'i xbpe.e'd.Bl 8isst ,was added, and tbeo cash spent for whiskey should eome to made worth $2 00 special $1.48.
Starke, Fla., July 12, 1906. Fresh bread cakes, pies and fancy pas
{:-<, ,WJ i!, .wf jM4ta. tatef cwnpleto, tights and oat Saloons make many bad debts.Thiafc Another style made of a good qualityof received from Fla.
try Sapford
of this and vote dry. "Cash onlyat To Whom it May Concern daily.
.i, &'' .- ibsw Ma e=-.nnkAMkMa WfjnPMSin I and< pri6D1'U : crone barred white nainsook, special Phone 11. C. Couixs.
{ a,t t:sWrtHaf .JkenttoosnesBlH And allB57 1aI ou.". I I From oar personal experience and $1.48.

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w.ttelown;and.$tboussd county. Did the fact that you work harder and have better, and our town is in a more prosperous les trimmed with 14 karat gold worth County having secured over half of oar

: ,.;- ,- .it f>y?, No airl A times, no!! less because of the saloons Did you give. condition than at any time dun 18 00, Monday only $4 08. front page for this week has necessitated
'iJ' l t= t!:-Let ma toll yon of three cases- the barkeeper the money you ng the .reign of the saloon. Our cash Ladie umbrellas made of good quality oar placing a large part of our local matter
;; '; Tbotie:men.' crate drinking:men,' bat bid planned to boy your children shoes sales and collections have been better of gloria silk, beautiful handles, worth on page 8, and transferring our river

":!:'>, before:the openiBg'of the sIQeIhq and toys for Christmas? Think of this during the past year than any previous lifiO, Monday only $1.40.Men's news to page 5.
'were sober enoufh to provide homes and and vote dry. year. '' silk umbrellas. ,28 inch natural
a'oomtortabirfiving for their families. t Voting oat the saloon does not hart wood handles, trimmed with solid silver, Dr. a a Feigel and family; of Fort
.; When the.saloon! was opened they were The dry fight fa' 'b.nglecJ( by some of the business of any town. makes an excellent Christmas gift, worth Pierce, who have been here several E

...'... ,among-.ft* ,constant and best patrons.. the beet men from every point of view in $6.60, Monday only $. 88: weeks stopping at Alpine Cottage, left 4
F. A. SCOTT.
'. .. "..' them alwa Brevard Co They are above for their hime .boara their
6HDI were nearly reproach; Also one lot of gents' umbrellas 28 inch yesterday on '
at the saloon, -Their property:'4 appear why not follow them? made of gloria silk, beautiful handles launch after the later+ -been, thr ,

y 'ed,' houses were I abandoned;and .they A vote for dry is a vote for the women Starke Fla. worth $3.00 Monday only $1.98. oughly overhauled o*:. &e.wan- of the.
: were actually kicked out.of the.saloon. and eb1"ot" Brevard county. To Whom it Hay Interest: Gents fourin-hand ties, entirely new Lorillard Boat compaaj,.'

,,' Did It pay?' Was the whole revenue of a I Daring the "wet sand dry" election designs worth 60 cents special 25 cents, .
thousand dollars worth the tears. and Dee. ISUi '1 1906 Brevard Co. will go I campaign in this county a little more also another lot made of the best quality Winston S. Bransio Bct-Mur largest
t. bitter of their devoted wives? dry Vote for it. Work for it. for line of boys' and girl..Iho..n
shame Fray
than a year ago, I... unsettled as to of silk, worth 75 cents Monday's special t
't: But the. saloon was pot oat, the sale of it. r _. _,__ .. what would be best for the county that 50 cents. in Titusville. We guarantee-etery. pair.

: whukey stopped; :and one: more these, is, whether it would be best for the business Men's white hemstitched handkerchiefs Messrs. F. E. Stone and B. W. Osban
p.;' and other',men -are earning an ..bOlMll&1Ji' A.o1r i1 of .t> i WOOD >>uIwa sSittemrlairlaeftt..nt interests of the county for it to re- worth 13 cents, Monday's special arrived home last week from Cuba to '

;. .. livelihood"and their"families"" are Provided _' main wet, or vote it out. I went to Lake 8 cents eacb.Meo' spend the holidays. They have been
for and happy.' VB".You D--'I city and made inquiries there, and from night shirts made of the best railroading there aDd like the country

t ". can: hardly, today, find single ....... the information thus obtained and view quality of lonsdale colorless worth $1.00, pretty well. Mr. Stone expects his family ;
R person in our town who Is not glad to ing it from a moral standpoint, I decidedto Monday only 75 cents each. I to him when he returns to
:t'." have the saloon closed and who will.. not Sells ehk4y alcoholic cast my vote for the enforcement of Dress Goods-No doubt we have the Havana accompany the first of January.Mr. .
vote to pat it oat of the county.: bevwajta tesiltmi inTb prohibition.At finest selection of the market prices

t; Read what Col. C. W. Fowler of the laa.e0se drunkards* aanuftetare, of writing we have a little more ranging from 25 cents to $3 00 per yard. Geq. Reed, of Worcester Mass.,

t' Kentucky Military Institute says. Kit PntdooM .condd- The debauching- than a year's experience with prohibition Mail orders promptly filled on any of accompanied by his mother arrived Tues
.:;;"' is dangerous his boys, ill, not.dangerous table JIOJIft'prlouqmaDhood" and I do not believe that there is a business the above goods. day and expect to make this place their

f, for ours? ooiMfer the saloon The rufa health, man in Starke or in the county of JULIUS KLINE, home. Mr. Reed will be assistant in the

Lynden, Ky.,,Nov. 26. 1906.k' keeper and hi% atFtedaees The wading of income Bradford who will sign a statement to Titnsville, Fla. law office of Mr.Geo. M. Bobbins. They
ddwsa The dertntction of the effect that business has been injuredby Telephone No. 8. have rooms at present with Mrs. Glad-
,: Mr. G. F. Paddiaon, Earn Gallie, Fla. a small homes voting out iiquor. win, but expect to occupy rooms at Mrs.
revenue for the The offset to oar chu-
.; Dear Sir;-I note with pleasure that tovsmment, state ekes and schools, In my personal business I can truly say Endurance Race Dodson's as soon as vacated by Mr. Faust.
Eau Oaths is to have no more saloons. J) and AwuanoUywhen The production of im that my collections are better, and I find
sincerely trust you may succeed in ran located. morality the people with more ready money to The long distance motor boat race rip
ping them out of the county in the com Pay a small prop. The production of pauperism pay their bills than I have ever known suggested between St Augustine and Let us for winter having .
ing election. arty and personal and crime and them to have in the whole time I have Palm Beach has been arranged but in- the )largest and most complete stock of
5' ,
'. The result of the election will have a tax.PiovU.' death. lived in Starke, and I have followed my .1 clothing shoes hats, men's and boys'
The saloon stead of from St. to
going Augustine
a loaitofpUee requites the profession in Starke, at least eight years. furnishings on the east coast.
deal to do with
great our permanent for idlers and CASH of ito patraat]! so will WIXSTOX S. BiAKNisa
Palm Beach the start at Palm
location; if Eaa Gallie can be made the Utldua. tluttheniknaraseilwithProvides I also notice more than ever a general race ,

,. clean, moral, healthful little town it attraetiou &H appetite far drink uplift among the people; they appear to Beach after the third annual carnival i is The Clothing Store $
',, should be, I know of no place I would in the way of will deny >nily the I! have tuned a new leaf in their lives and over and will proceed through Indian Titusville, Fla. .
rather locate the school in permanent| mode pJcto-,bil neeMsariea *f life that seem to have higher thoughts and am- .
herds and pool table he foi) himself bitioce in bns- river to Daytona, finishing at the latter -
winter quarters. But if we are to content may fis to accomplish something a Dress Xaking Jailors
etc.Provides. inesBway. city, where Commodore Allen, of the .1
( with 'he'drinking element I shall be Rata BuIMIe
often Mrs. C. A. raider has opened dressmaking
too I will never again have hesitancy Halifax River Yacht club is .
compelled to find a safer location. any actively engaged
a private room or Oh Yea parlors in THE STAR building
Bra Merck. ,
"'. (Signed) C. W. FOWLCB rooms for gamblers ant it makes basinets in how to cast my vote on a question of in the proposed race as well as other ground floor. Trimming bats pecialty.
this kind. I believe there is city
no ,
IThe experience of Cocoa is a little and bad women.
yon BUT IT is cau>rtBUSINESS. members of the club, of which
t better than that of Eaa Gallie.. Titusville Contributes to : The saloon town, county or state but what would be many
l' has them under somewhat better control schemes that are requires the CASH yon benefitted by voting liquor out. northern yachtmen are are active mem Indian River Hotel, Recent Arrival _

.- but the Sunday laws are evaded and. likfirrteattnettaelewhopatron help feed and clothe thedrunkard's N. W. FKAXCIS, M. D. bers. The prize, which was mentioned T F Williams, Daytona; E L H&j{ n,

:t', minors are supplied with whiskey. peoplizethem.. makes family.badness for in THE STAR two weeks ago, will be the Jacksonville; G G Glower, Atlanta; W

G. FPADDISON. the police courts; it Jackson County most unique and historical ever offered E Colton, W H Sebring, Cole Danley
,'. makes business for the J A Crews, F C Harding, Jacksonville;
I Marianna.Our for a boat race as it will: be made of silver
:. prisons, for the asylums, D L Fuller, Rockland, W VaJCVertrees -
r DRY SHOTS for the hospitals and the county has been greatly benefited taken from Cervera'a flagship when the Jr., Palatka; Jno B Sehlosaer,

: inebriates' homes. from every standpoint. People are more famous Spanish admiral struck his colors. Pittsburg, Pa; John Henry Miss Leah
}: 4' By W. A. Pyres honest credit customers settle better acd
; Losley Miss Ethel Wilson J P Wilson
Read above ,
the fellow the boa
parallel citizen It was the crew of dispatch
:. A "blind tiger" is better than a tiger and ask yourself the question: Can I, as are easier to stttle with. We see that and wife, City; G A Worley Miami; .
Press that boarded the
Associated
.' : '. c with two good eyes Saloons do not care a citizen of a great Christian republic business is a great deal more satisfactory. of the Julian Renfroe, Valdoeta Ga; J Toena- A
:- "blind tigers. As proof of which note cast vote in favor of legalizing business There is no reason for anyone to ear that burning Marie Theresa and the crew oC feldt, T J Bandrix H L Robidere, Jacksonville
my a
I. .. "' the fact that more than half the tigers in! that means so much more of damage the business of the town is not better. Dauntless, which was formerly one of the ; Mitchell D Price Miami; 0 B v
the state are in Jacksonville and: We would not for anything change Floyd Orlando L V Bell Jacksonville '
et- Tampa than benefit to my fellow man? filibustering steamers that aided Cuba ; '
4" r Key West. Jacksonville has nearly a''. W. L. HrcHLETT M. D. back to barrooms again. The town supported W E Caruthers, Tampa; John Lents, N
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k'r hundred saloons, Tampa more than sixty. one bank when the county was against Spain that took from the Spanishwessel Y; F )ll1ul lOn. Miami :W K Baldwin

and Key West fifty. wet. It now supports two with increased the detachable goods such as the Mrs. W K Baldwin, St Louis; F Parmen-

I Saloon's Baneful Influence Against deposits. head ter R Parmenter Concord N H W 1letcalf.
; .The saloon does not and will chests of silver, side lights, lights, ;
legalized
J. D. SMITH, President,
) West Palm Beach It H Sey-
'L. not keep the law. There are laws against EducationIn Cit. State Bank. etc Greenleaf & Crosby of Jackson ;
more, Miami; Frank Gdnttar, J Me F
; -: selling to boys ,and drunkards and yet ville, exhibited the silver for some time '
the people's crusade against the open Williams Jacksonville; Silas B Wright, ,
t over 3,000 boys and girls under 14 years: saloon, permit me to urge: its baneful influence Columbia County and it was then fadzed by the United DeLand; :M.S. Jones, City; FS Battle,
of arrested for drunkenness in
age were upon the cause of education-in Lake December States marshal of the southern district of Ga; Gus Thompson Agt. Barlow Minstrel -
New York in and 1904.
one year. Boys con City, ,
some instances these people have bad the who ?; II J Magruder, Oak HiIlEK; Need-
F.
firmed drunkards daily in Florida Capt. John Horr retained
.._ buy whiskey downright assurance to assert that the M. E. Wright, hardware, says: My ham, New Albany, Ind; J }o'O'Uoylt",
'The town. Let us protect the sober man. schools received the money derived from business has improved 10 per cent. Ja j. possession of it for three years. J Daytona; S J Churchill, Florida; W J
who ia drunk can't be
., man already their license which, anyone acquaintedwith E. Young, doing best business for 15 .Metcalf! West Palm B>icli; J W Lamar,
hurt drink Moat saloon
by'a men are
the facts knows is without any years. The Commercial bank has thirtyto Pecans For Sale j Quincy.
honest enough to confess that they cannot tf,
foundation. In fact the license is forty thousand deposits more
$1,000 per
business keeping with the law. 300 trees, shell
4o seedling
JI', a pecan j paper
divided one-half the month than when wet W. II. Anthony Holiday Goods at Kline'sCome
by giving to state,
> :Two thirds of the saloons in the state For sale at 25 cents each. First
: variety.
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does five times the business he did when
fourth the fund of
become "blind tigers" on Sunday and it one to general the in come, first served. A. J. CARTER, I early and buy your holiday goods
the saloons were town. Mr. McCortnic
$ county nd the remaining one-fourth to
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Turnbull Fla. while the is still
is almost impossible to convict them of .: ejection nice are have
the town in which the saloon is located.It says: We save from two to three hun
: < \ any of-these offences because of secret mot any thing you with lu fancy goodsor
;; is urged of dred month on police hire etc. New
frequently by some our per
:- e rooms ,back doors and other excuses. Let toys -
best in the that stores, little drunkenness on the streets. Tents For Sale
very people country they
,1 us dismiss the idea that a licensed saloonis Our dolls are no doubt the finest collec
:. bound by any law. object to sending their ciiildien to oar Have improved every way. State Univer- Fifty McFarland tents, second hand, tion. Prices from 25 cents to$10 00 each.
high schools in towns harboring an open sity baa more boys than ever before.
< fair"order I to THE JULIUS KLINE
in cheap. Apply
<: .: Saloons thrive on costly material. If saloon. They are right-better to have Why taxes have been raised in Columbia STAB office. very: I Titusville, Florida.
they succeed they must make drunkards one's boy grow up in comparative ignorance county by Chairman Board County
t- of the best boys in Brevard county.. Who of books than to place him under Commissioners; County built new court I I
will give a boy to the saloons? the influence of one of these open belle.. house at cost of 945,000 to be paid in tea NURSERY STOCK FOR SALE. For Sale

:'4 Wanted: A girl for a harlot and boy for Besides it has been noted that aaa role years;. 11,700 lost in hire of state convicts Citrus stock grown on high pine land. I One heavy wood ox wagon, one canopy h
a the dullest pupils and 1DOII& '..... ; built two steel bridges at cost of bdiao River Nurseries, established 1886. i I top surrey, one three acre young orange
drunkard that bet
I only required they
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s 'slaves. Address a "licensed saloon" spirits in our schools. are those cUttiea of 18,500; 12,000 recovered from the county Send for catalogue, Toledo and West ; grove, part bearing trait, river front.
... -, the drinking lass who are deprived of coder doable assessment made years Palm Beach, Fla. Write or call on E. B. ABSOJLD Malabar
; Is it nod buaineas to let the saloon P-IOpel.....-A n...-*'Thseetasa.M/ee ago., I Fla. r

;. man 'eoflect $6000 :from the people and rise up II ODe man tofether .aaii mat R. T. BOOK, o.,Com.It For Sale i

,, .. .keec lMQO while state,," county-and them from our midst, that. our 4s. 4 Call at Titusville Livery at rear ofRobbies' !
7 tow..onhr,'ge|$1000 todivide between may leave'their hopes aadittMd GIll as think these questions and vote Connecticut built catboat two suits of law office, for stylish rigs.

t': them. The. town Tttosville gets$500 higher eehooh. from their enaieeilM.1 aa we think fc RIGHT, pot as those who sails, anchor and ten ballast bags. A I Leave your orders for hauling both double

1 a'; .. from two saloons. Will,.this pay for the ting in oence. B. E. Moo.Sr only want- oar money wish,. ns to vote. bargain. Apply at TUB STAR office. i and single. J. M. Oaban, proprietor 1F 1
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i:1]. -Ji'Jf. ,f', you.1d at Bed Crow Pharmacy, ,pya M eonidenUy to a b by veto n adalt -'LOSS OF VOIC L L S THE Pfat# .

:..V-'".., "..- '' ,' :iat -- 25<,5Oc_and 11.00. 'Price 25 pta-Lrge81aa, 50 eta., EXPECTORATION, HEALS. THELUNS.Endorsed : 2 c< :;:
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"" :r; r o Uo .tamer, famedalmost a8 much.forherbeauty'ai'fotlu by leading phyddaM'istfeChildren's lEST.S ft s :

Xi', \ ---.- ; >ldsringitapped'; ,t STUCK FAST 80 YEARS' Croup. nd ,WhoopU. Cat'" bact4

,, : to wave a greeting to'her cheering 'air EXPERIENCE it contains NO OPIATES. 'The'action of, Ba1l&rd'a H.... :

: {s nom.dleuce Wfpreshe, pot tier head within IN BATHTUBOregon hound Syrup is mild and benign adapted to infants;as'ftI

hjliwe 'at' -.lioness: :at'ao animal i as adults every: variety of temperament and constitutes.

4-t ,, 't golriew'York, city,,'and'that second Se 1 1
Man Used Wroaf Kind tf Eaaaella 1 Read This 'Remarftoble TestimoaiiLMRS.

11t 'g;( E 9f delay saved bcr. life.Mine. ._ Repairing His Zinc Lied ,
Scben- appearance had been Ka hxi d
imt B. W. EVANS. CIstrwitsn *. a"r"J
; :' a drawiag.caCd. at the-show for two Scrubbing Place. TRADE MARKS ,Was sick for three months and the doctors told ma quick cva-

'$ {i j: weeks. 4 Several times each day, she t DEIIO"SCoPYRIGHTS procured a bottle of B&l1ard's oaodftS&edhim. SJrup.
f '" The zinc of the ,Ha is now a wen mac but WI always ke & t otaIe
entered the cage to compel the lion lining bathtub at the S Ac.iQTentlon ; ..

>t.-k 1....< ; ,' .. and 'lioness to do the tricks she had county.poor farm, 'near' Portland Ore., quickly Anyone aseertaID endtnr our sketch opinion and tree deeeriptl whether may&II I in the house, and think ft,hw. no'equal for'pulmonary a.suseso.

.tom' r'.!' '. : taught them.'Beforeian.' became bare of enamel' In..spots' and tion strictly probably oonadentlal.patentsble.HaadbcokonPateaz.OJmmnnlr80 Easy to Take; Sure te Cure; Every Bettk GwaBte**.

g:, 'audience 'of 500 persons, 'the other day Superintendent D.- I). tent free. Oldest agency for aecunII4l t&Patents TttRESiSIZtSt .50C, 100.

!!: ;;" 'i' ,, ;' '';, nearly all of them women,and children, Jackson sent a man to town, to purchase :: tftetal Mttce.token without through chant Moan, to the i Co.. receive_ [ BALLARD'S SNOW 'UIOHIHT_ CO.,. > ST. LOOP N.

} i : Mme, 'Scbell v entered', ,the; cage' with some "white enameL" He received Scientific. flmcrican.a

'1, ., .,-, 1 nothing but; a .fihort whip to protect the package of...enamel\ never .
,! lwiidi thinking that only a special brand is
; : her. "As .she 'opened the door: the female euitition of any acienuflc Journal.. Terms,f3 a
:. ued.Cor, bathtubs.He rear; four months,$L Soldbj, .U newsdealers.
tkf :' at her but she cowed the
f-j i sprang ; ,, RED CROSS PHiBMiCT, TITDSYttLE and EdD GALL E Ffil MACT EAU G1LtiEa
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'JY. :.yt' ;;;' '''.. brute *with whip: lashes, closed thegate carefully cleaned the tub and applied MUNN & Co 3B1Broadwa,, New York ,
r Jf :; .t-, "} and began to put the lions through a coat of the enamel. It :soon Bra el1 Office. 63 F 8U Washington D.C --- ... -- -

'J dried and left the tub with a snowy": .
ft 1'f f., their paces. -
;: -Though, both growled and roared at ferior. Mr. Jackson showed his workto EAST ,COAST MEAT MARKETo. .

his wife and his mother-in-law, Mrs. .
times 'the commands of ->'
-f.i t' they obeyed ,
I{[l fi:; .- .the"menncfng'whlp"' ,and Mme Scheli Fisher, and modestly received their F.DUHEIt Agent
words of
1f f '! f Set her audience Into 'a whirlwind of praise.
The next day be desired a bath and,
k MK .- in single liewalk oVer her prostrate filling the tub with'' warm water, reclined g Florida and \
full length in It. He'was tired
t body,',then leap back again to the corjfer'.of :
and ,under the, soothing; Influence"' of AAX. e
the cage, where they obediently i WesternHeats
warmth fell asleep. He awoke with a ( :: ( }L1iI
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.'tf/: ; he..cHmax ._ the lion tamer drives the lioness Into -
; to scalp him. To his surprise he could
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ofthe opens ,
not lift his head.
r i with her hands and, thrusts her unprotected of all Kinds s
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Then he
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outside the den to force theY TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.
assistant
JfJ were held to the bottom' in the same -i

'i# .; ... angry lioness from her corner. Then manner. Even his arms were loosened

* + ._ she sprang out ,with a great leap and from the side of the tub with difficulty.He .
;- would bare her mistress witty The Most Valuable Set of Yacht and Boat-
i' l felled a
,( ., managed after suffering a deal of Building Books ever Published
r. 'i blow of her massive paw If a stinging pain and parting from small patches of l J } yit

, ,blow of the whip bad not subdued her. cuticle to extricate his feet legs and RUDDER jIrrrc1IllwAL

1t:> :\: .>';; But even as she raised herself sulkily body, but the;tub clung tightly to his HOW-TO BOOKSOver
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.': ;.;:' 1 ly at her tamer, and*the whip had to be In order to get Into the bathroom, printed 3oco in boats these have books-Su been boilt<
ftt used ,unsparingly before she was again where her liege lord was held prisoner every clime and upon every sea-Full detail .

: '$kJ ; brought Into submission. Mrs.:Jackscm hud to force a hook off how drawing to make of all it-parts Text, showing extremely what S1 Iple.it is and-

4= ;,:;t t Then Mme. Scheli opened :the huger the door. Then she took a pair of scissors -
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' ); .; ', ., mouth with her bands,-ran her fingers and cut the hair which stuck to 16 clot vow olbont Lark,easy to build;fnmM all fa Okiwtttp c C .,_
"\ / the paint after the warm water had ; good taug boat tor a buy to loua tie btuiaeM I.. -;- i L -;

, ,' 'i'., ,'> softened it.Couldn't. HOW TO BUIl-D A SKIPJACKA
I'j: fine host for ufti'rnom sailing; or knockiic boot b .
tooal! nor Ka: bun au! e.-for wherever louilti6 iooporc<<*
.: ... rig; full p a&*ai.. pivtatc*ot oompltted boatsHOW "
't'-i' Kill Thin Kan
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- After one of the most remarkable recoveries Hort noot-stM, raciaL raarhme ever designed a prim A AND
' winner in Ameiico.Seta and Australia; any to build; MI .
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: known to modern surgery Jim (o win vith.

: Ryan Atchison!' Kan., who was shot HOW TO CUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH '
trl': in the abdomen by Jim Crum in August Simple and pacticsllho"lDlt. how toauutructalMnd:
bull tor use w itb anmotor. Several: other pansHOW : 1
ii. will return to work as good a TO BUILD, A KNOCKABOUTA

-,. ft.. man in every way as he ever was. The fine al! around rniisinj.. boat; good cabin; eicelleir
miler
" ; niitaiiie lur.low at<-n.
bullet pierced Ityan's intestines seventeen -
HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOPA
times. The operation was performed clever littlu ttiUBf boat,with moderate overhanjant
by Dr. Hubbard LInley and occupied unall anil plan.
HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE For sale by the
nearly two iours' time. In Easy to tniild;....r.thSngatraighhfoaltheenftforabobto .
a / r> many cases an operation of this kind begin ..tI1iQUl....built very cheaply,cither sloop or cat rig t

IL result fatally even if the patient's Intestines HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHTA :
complete description of bow to build a model;alao linvrf INDIAN RIVER
have been perforated in only : skid used ii Sad DI model.

one or two places. The seventeen
1 ( T--: wounds in Ryan's intestines were .PRICE $1. EACH
I PREPAID BY EXPRESS ANYWHERE MUSIC HOUSE
sewed together by Dr. Linley with silk
Bound in cloth\ -CM leUerins;-Sue of pagt ,
thread. Ryan eats anything he desires
9 by i*in.hes-urge, clearly-drawn plans.
and has regained normal weight.Car .
THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. TITUSVILLE, FLA. f

9 MuRiur STREET New YORK, u. S. A
Kill Two Hn.band>.
N Mrs. John Wally wife of a motorman Snd jottal for Liirdty.Ferry Catalogue. of Books forYachtsman's

who was instantly killed in a

street car collision at Omaha the other r C

day. lost her first husband in the
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same = "'t' k :;:&1:..
way. Seven years ago John Gabley. x'13:

her first hu baud. was riding in a are not "an Kxeri

street car which collided with another. moan t.bnt w its proper culti

Gabley was pinioned under the car, fromtltea.trt.rationil.ty assure Users success have no

'L as' Wally! was. His life was crushed dout ts at planting nor disappointment
at harvest. (:et
out before his lady was reeo'erpltrom THE BRIDGEPORT
THK BUST LTJXGU, WITH OPEN JAWS. the wreck. When Mrs. Wally <

along the two rows of glistening teeth was informed of the death of her sec _

.and bent her head to thrust it between ond husband she fell to the floor in a

the menacing jaws. b swoon and when she regained consciousness "THE MOTOR THAT MOTES"

She stopped to bow smilingly at the was a nervous wreck. for biggest, surest; best crops .
audience aud wave her baud as all a'.lccalers. Famousforover
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( y>yearc. I'.K)7 !Seed Auuual There is
performers do before attempting a What' free oa request.D. no reason why you cannot have a satisfactory

hazardous feat. worth doing is worth doing well. If yoU M. FERRY & CO., motor outfit. Let us demonstrate The Bridgeport to

t' The bow and the smile saved herr wish to be aired of rhfumaliMi use Hal Detroit,Mich. and we will convince that there is you
you at least one reliable
life for at that instant the lioness. Ian! ;; Snow Liniment and yon will I*
"well cured" A positive for gasoline motor built. The
r; with a fearful roar, thrust her paws cure sprains, more severe your work, the
neuralgia, tn-uises, contracted muscle!
f down upon her shoulders and buried and all! the ills that flesh is heir to. A. G. more anxious we are to have you own a Bridgeport, the

her teeth in her left cheek. M. Williams, Sarasota, Texas, writes; KILL THE COUCH simplest, most reliable and durable motor on the market.

The woman shrieked and staggered "I have used Snow Liniment for sprained AND CURE THE LUNGS

t'i. back. The hearst lunged, with open ankle and it gave the best satisfaction .

jaws, at her head again and tore her I always keep it in the house." Sold by WITH No Valves No Cams No dears

other cheek. Red Cross Pharmacy. DrKing'sNew

Then as it was about to spring upon Easy to Operate

her a third time she threw up her HCLLa-a' ",,'3
Discovery Working Parts Quickly Accessible
hands and fell unconscious. Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets* .
\
r Ime Schell would have been torn to A Buy MaHrim for Buy Peopl. .CONSUMPTION Price THE

sir pieces but the lion, who had been Brfjgs Gold* Hetldi uJ Renewed Tigor. FOR I OU6HI and SOc 4$1.00 S 1V MOTOR

growling In his corner, sprang forward A specific for ConatipfUton, Indize-iUoo Lire 1911 Fret Trial. For Those Who Must Be Satisfied
and Trouble E-/ema,Impure
Kioy Pimple
and \attacked the frenzied lioness. Btooi Bad Breath. Sluggish Bowels, Headacba Sweet tad Quickest Core for aU
While they fought gnashing and clawing and Backache. It's Booty HJUAtAID Tea Ia tab, .:
; let form S c nu a box., Geauioa made Of THBOAT' and LUXO TOUBBACK. t F. HITCHCOCK ft CO., Agents
: at each ,other across the stage women Boujsrca Dsoa eo...""T, MwUsoa,wia fU, or om .

in the audience: fainted,, while .GOLDEN, MUC8ETS FOB w.a.oWPEOPLE, Titusrille, Florida
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; -:if.* j::..... "" cotte ;-.g.f".: grdwerp.J*;. tr '_.....,.,.,. ..,,"- ... ... ., .. nothing, your druMtat MAss ,/Heart who will CUM I* aouSy --{- :' -' -
.l '' guarantee that
'J' f' .... \ ...., .to Va, concerned In the
.5f"' .1::? r'F AfadPi Cptmi7Itmt We+fk' x'S efer tAy all. ,, the first bottto will benefit. If .It fails sd
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'"' "' '" Regal Marine
'had' bo wUI rvfwtd-your ; Engines -

.' \,ff. fl. a.l'.iaa.Wi? .,,"t- .ci";>'S,its Q'" p@ntaK,,( ... "" ;, .uUd.'...,........'.':; ,., sitttemiat eecteclMan,pledged:, '>: uncles.,._ themselves[ire afloat to Miles. Medical Co money Elkhart;.Ind
.. <. Stand for the highest
.:, { i .. type of
;.. } ..P"3u"'t. awmlll.. ; at: ;
'M!' !it. jj:I? .. idloanopyS however :aid'the'damages to mechanical<< skill and reliability''t
"' (!"';: F .,.. ..; alleged r
'''5. tr':: J'U briraedF to-.8 lJ'Ound ...harsday4rcl'4ah They four a asparkignition.automobiletype.
; : are cycle jump .
,,
i :, ; jar have$been.paid to: Dr..Forbes, according Brooklynites .for Jacksonville. -

l'kT.,......4. leatritlchJOelndea. { ,"a'' _W'these. rumors, ,:vary' rom ten to According to the New York Evening mechanical valves, float feed 3
>mount lumber ..will b8fu1l1: $12S4TO ,- '
1 : or ,. dollarsDelandSupplement carburetor, enclosed crank case
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: " twenty-five'thousand
:- ... i e' 'J'1IM.t ail Jacksonville is to provide the iteam forged erank shaft and
# v ;., bronzed bearings Have the
$ &&fr'Ss rz.eaS i" 1 f- \ winter training ground for the Brook
; ,Allen. ). pi itneld, fewest number of working parts''
: baseball club: That says:. consistent
"" lyn paper : with a perfect operating r
. 3 ;Q W4tather of JamearB'hlhltfteldJustioep. The .Vote by Counties. motor' and other
., "President: Ebetts, of the Brooklyn many
:! t fi1i'e Supremecogrt'o:: iii rtd ;;:died ; exclusive features ,found only in the Regal -

.. : -
- y. -- ::' ''< Inentby.counUee, at the official canTUS Manager. Donovan. a, '
*W..,.. fb,dard rT4' 'tL ry .... will'do : Made in iree types l};3 and ::5 If. "
tf76.. ..t. I.r' "' :of the 'ifMif:rf' .double, cylinder 30 H. P. four
f "" f.f. >t !,.,. .',Seaiaisud. .. Cotton': AasocIaUon. (iTccordVg to the Tallahassee ,True, their spring training at :Jacksonville, cylinder ..: .ua

.."tj i":;'1'. !., ::..:...,l;,... ..e'i.'k ,'tl (.ieorBt. +:r{, d'= Florida. \t." '::<:Aas- .',"deeid'. '...''' Democrat" ": Fla., Instead of Columbia., S." C., as t from We 6 H.also P. single lUlu&cylinder eture a line to 45 of H.heavy P. four slow cylinder.speed, working engines.

I'rtl4#!.r-, .'w".d"t'. on B eitafR.. .... shmegt. ,"'t.,a.central. Ve.R. :Counties. | Yes.' No. they did'last spring. i The many hundreds of Regal engines now in operation through. :4r :

; 'lp lda ao" be:.Iocate⁢: Akchua ..,.. . 182 656 "So far as outlined the men will out the country are a guarantee of the satisfaction they are giving. ;
.
' ;,w '1 !tke.\DitT4-, thatfec," Georat Baker.,{,...... 47Uj' leave for the South probably the first F Get
in
#'f.F''lJ i s:Iti G't\:..,.v..I"OIt.M. yeft: m >- :rtes 'i." $. ,i dfOfc ,',, .. .....-,, 94 495revard week in March, going direct to their a Regal the Beginning Don't ExperimentHandsome .

.i *:'< T 4 Ptt;Vouncll of!,'Jacksonville, ? .;'."',';'.1".. ..' 188 110Calhoun training quarters, the grounds of the t explanatory catalogue mailed free on request n

m !' tb.i4IJY; :the' first'reading; to' 'a bill ::. .. 220 155 Jacksonville club, where all con' Regal Gasoline Engine Co.

t ,: ; "rpiidlug tor..=the extension of the city Citrus ., 103 197 venlences to place a team in first-class

J- .limits .to..Include Panama:Park, Cum Clay 154 116. condition can be had. t Cold Water, Michigan
--
: ber's 1IU1,Grand Crossing'and. other"suburbs. Columbia.... 83 442 "While Manager Donovan has madeno
fife; '
'ijl: :; ; .. .. Hernando. .. .. .. .. .. 68 79 definite plans in regard to the: training

.. .'..... 368 of his men, it is believed he will
i\ f .; ,. .;kk.. Ur eSargent'the, ;negro who tnurSkeeisi Gadsden 30

tl? i ; ;dered Jo1W an_aged grocer, in Hamilton .. .. 176 376 keep them hard at work at Jackson-

'S' 'Y' ,Jacksonville about fa; : month ago;. has Dade .: .'. 360 491 I ville for at least three weeks. After

: "'" {,:;. :_peen ;round guilty of. murder in:. the DeSoto' .. ..... 266 447 that the team will work its way North,

! :;.t' .', float degree": ;He will.be sentenced to Duval ... .. 811 1,151 playing exhibition games in various :WINCH1J1IJ"NUBLACK"
H' : places. It is likely that another series .
.
'. :inormwgy Judge Call.. Escambla ,. 403 167
}1. .;;.,,< : J'
of between the Brooklynsand
,
\"' .Jk \ ..,.Mrs., Anna E. Sprenkel, who baaI Franklin i..... 44 63 games

} : > '. been:money-order 'Ce.k' in.:the Tampapoetoffice I Hlilaboro ... .. ... 474 952 Detroits" will be arranged for Augusta

for:several years, has been Holmes . 283 149 Ga. -
.r : ,
;
: Jackson .' 232 566 .
--fi''a .;. placed :under arrest by a postofBce Death From Lockjaw

,'h'. ';iupeetoaf"ontheeharge: ; ,of,Altering Jefferson _, ... 100 284LaFayette never follows an injury dressed with 1:

,.,: .': and raising:.money-orders.-" v. .. .. 108 174 Buckl n'9 Arnica Save' Its antisepticand ; ; Loaded Black Powder Shells
'. }-r/ < Lake ...' 231 304 healing propertied prevent blood r
: '. Joseph Carry Key Weat's former
;" tee .. .:. . .. ... 511 30 poisoning. Cbas. Oswald, merchant of
I. 1: ,City Clerk, found ;guilty, of,.issuing Kent-selaersville, N. Y., writes: "It cured Shoot Strong and Evenly, .4
Leon ... .. 113 364
Seth Burch of this place, of the ugliest
to'three'years
: :: illegal scrip,'.has been sentenced
.
. :.'. 52 445 rare on his neck I ever saw." Cures cuts, Are Sure Fire,
, ;;r J- ; at hard labor'The' mot wnnnds, barns and 25c at Red
} i : Liberty '. . 71 35_ sores. r.s; r
> -; .tion for a_' new trial was denied. b tI Cross Pharmacy.For Will Stand Reloading.
irk..an: Madison .. ... ... 249 149
: appeal will! be taken' to the Supreme -
: .Manatee ... 155 435 Over Sixty Yean.
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f :Court, Marion ..,, S46 487 Mrs. Winslows' Soothing Syrup bas They Always Get The Games

{{/.. Alex Armstrong 'Jr.,: a-t el e-yeal"! Monroe .. 76 254 been used for over sixty years by millions
old boy 'met with a horrible death of mothers for their children while teeth-
:' He atiempted Nassau 116 246 lug, with perfect success. It soothes the Y u,., 'ti I- :[ For Sale Everywhere. r
/JPensacola: atternoon. ,
. '" .I"I'"j.'. f Sunday- Orange j. .. 139 531 child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
.: "to jump on the footboard fjit'i' a't wind colic and is
.> 't... Osceola :. 45 208, cares the best remedyfor
: ; ':,freight'engine,. when. one foot caught diarrhoea. It will relieye the poor j
Pasco 133 203 lit tie sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists
"' In.a _switch from. In an instant the :
; :;
I'h';v- Polk 294 379 in every part of the world. Twenty-
'-', ;boy.was jerked to the rails and ter- Putnam-.. .. 113 480 five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask: for
. *'S** v ribly mangled. "Mrs. Winslpw's Soothing Syrup," and
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Rosa 273
Santa 72
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OF SEA ROUTES.
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L' C : take no other kind.!
\ :::, ,J. wt-1Wr1g tii un Daustrous.col.. St. Johns 261 458 QUEEN

I i:: J :.ore4 citizen'living" : West of town, is In St. Lucie 95 199 A FACT

;4k' '"<-C ::' .c. : bou\ Jl.OOO( for his'.orange. .crop this Sumter 61 280

i',--: < aesaoa.. He bought,the property after Suwannee 78 431 ABOUT THE "BLUES"What

4 -, the freeze for a small amount. broughtthe >> Taylor 139 43
; is known as the "Blues"is 4
i.k a': : ". : 'grove: back into hearing, and: is Volusia 349 578Waknlla. seldom occasioned by actual exist- Merchants & Miners Trans. Co's

1 Jt 'now:' reaping the reward of his".Indus- ... .'.. 40 159 ing external conditions but in the

::;:. i ':try. It' Is a' worthy example set for Walton 191 208 great majority of'cases by a disordered

: r the cA.>red. people-Volusia County Washington 230 244 LIVER. STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN

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IS A FACT
x : x
!: ,, ;. ":A. mistnai.has Been jentered'' the Total vote..8,787 14,771 which may be demonstra ;

'", ,y'1; ( .:..:.'. < se'ot' Christmas; at Marianna, i ted by trying course of.
r ;r < If'iharged with the' murder of his- laPnUM of Chamberlain' Cough Remedy SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct

t1-.: ,..;<.. ;mothers} ;father and little. brOther The There is no other medicine manufactured .
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that has received
so much
praise
at :11o'clockw
: peas went;to the Jury TutfsPillsThey
and so many expressions of gratitude as
"
'. SaturdtyHlght The jury reported. at Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It ia effective Connections for

':p.. ''Si'o'clock Monday. morning that. .it and prompt relief follows its use.

;could ,:not agree. It was sent back Grateful parent everywhere do not hesitate control and rejuUte the UVER.lbeybriolbopeaadbouyaaytotbe.
'fjJ; lie New York and
: to testify\ to.iu merits for benefitof Washington Boston.)1
,,.1'"; ,. .' 'but at 10. o'clock. not. having.reached. others.'It, is a certain cure for croup ,

} \. '_ -a verdict', It, was discharged., .It is saidthat and will prevent the attack if given at mind. They bring health and elastic

"i-. :" -- the jury stood, ten for. acquittals the first appeaniace .of.the disease-It is ity to the body..
especially adapted'to children as it is Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations -
t ss (-
. t *'Hon. Robert .W :Davis has beenunanimously injurious: .Mr.E.;;: A. Humphreys, swell and cuisine unsurpassed. ,
:. known.resident and clerk b the store of JOIN WIllI sib Co.,
, :Af : elected. a division com- Mr. K,Lock,- of Alice;,Ckpe,G lorry. UIMIRLE, IT. cI. SEND FOR BOOKLET. ;:
tinder ofti united .confederate Isb.d 1W ,
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; n Sooth Aic savs: bavft esed Cham.beriain's .
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9s : terani of;Rorida-:pithh the rank OfRO Coogh Remedy to ward off croup a- '4 i
r; Y, and Ia wearing"-_ his and cold ii my fsjaily.-,.tand ii id be "'-- %It H. C. VERY, Com'l Agent, JacksonTilie.J. .' I
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..' ;liar honors.with* .,his" -. a accustomed pace_.."*" :TCioomBeed !t.." For.sa14.by all,dreggists ..... ,
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.;fj, ;:{ .; ..,tiO,. ,growhlgontof, ; the. ,recent I business, generally, I take;. ,ithelwy..
;i\ ""railroad ra* 'legi 1&tion. It ..was 'as I have and also exprese, opinion.* To
the point then ik: !:}?"".v '
c'.t". ., : "'ocean' steamship. Much experience and ,observation has
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.' hasconvine
"" observation
experience
.; $ ;'7Bew rate:,law. The.steamship corneA ed me that demoralization is inevitably I

K plaleti i contend that the. law has no engendered by the saloon, and that such _
'
_ ,,t., :_er. -to.them and their rates, demoralization overpowers all influence
\
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find-j&at. ; Congress has no ..authority sways and hardens the conscience of bar

::, ,' Y' to.legislate. respecting their, rates., keeper and patrons. .
.t. ;4'i lofp:#: f i > "-- Sooner or later thee milt othumankindnees
"" ;,>r "" will be dried ap'in the heart
!it'f ;Every.congl'e-ClcunA1'\ who is tired of
: Aft' ,1.-!>J.1 .,.. ," of the man who runs the! saloon and, _

,:: :$ 'his. job can..safely Vote for the proposed sooner or later, the habit of attending it

'..'-55\f'4{ "'04$ : :raise in congressional, salaries spends will, end his in time disaster in it. to. the man,who

.'t : ;" .it says. _exchange.: But. there isn't Almost all men are social and convivialby

.J. 3 so much'in that view of the. matter. nature, and almost all men are thus
likely to be by its associations in OF T B COOP tPHBKD. MONTREAL. .
f ):1J The public memorY is not long andfit swept, .. > ""
c : : to debt and excess and to end by neglecting
: ; b a joke among congressmen that the famify, the first end tenderesttie I HOSPITALS ILL OVER THE CONTINENT FIND PE-BU-NATUUABLE WTBEAflN6AUCATilBHlIBISEASHU ,.

,,;ii"'f( '*_ the people fprgetinside of two years. that our Great Creator established.. of the respiratory organs Montreal. Nov: 7< 1903. Bforo the treatment I eeski Bet
z.: ']It **"" To strong men the saloon is ever dangerous CATARRH We toond Peruna relief la several walk for a quarter of an boat 't$ tetet
>
.:<.: ,;. tr" .(. Vp opoidtion 3 that the increase ; to weak men it is inevitably ruinous.I ailment In, Canada for
iball not effect until 1909 law at least two-thirds of the year: cases. experiencing much ta pi., 5Mr.east. -
[ go Into ; at do not believe in sumptuary We can say it Is a good tonic aod we walk mile "
-5 a easily
y f; ; and I believe strongly in the theory of I doubt caused by
,,_, i dine it ia'htipeby the This condition no thankful. .
," :i" y l' pro. But the necessities of are very "Through these three ee w***.* ,
personal liberty. the winters experienced in Good
long, severe Sisters of tho Shepherd.
'i thepeoplewillhaveforgottenavots make known to the ** eta
pftttfe
:;t.tr} i > the social union .have made necessaryand to
'' ''''' this of the continent. itself
;j ;for the .raise; and who established the power to restrict and part When catarrh once fastens upon .ficiency of your remec.tI ,.**
ii 'P. |w. .
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<. .t &.. "',''' '"" ,: Therefore, when Peruna was. discovered the system,it becomes an obstinate dia
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,. :',, "" : J..W.; '," restrain these natural rights, the exerciseof I Hospital Si John,of St.****,
'.... 'iiffC:- .,f'Ji '. ..... which militates the and by Canadian people to be a reliable ease to eradicate.A .
-'''' ". >l" "':. ..: =; ,."-,,, f" against mass; Province of Q ifrm
.1- ?-i":: J:?:'! surely, all thinking men have agreed remedy for these catarrhs diseases systemic remedy-one that reaches A later, letter received from fee...

f' |The -'unwritten law" 'seems' to be that the open saloon is a most fruitful ,it at once became a popular medicine every internal organ of the body-ia an institution reads aa follows

: i: 1 cuttmpquite a large figure in the source of want and sorrow, and sin, as ,not only among individual and absolute necessity. Three weeks ago I wrote to>> tIf

5 .h criminal neWs'of.th day Under.its well, in all its awful ramifications. The in families, ,but in the great hospitals, Peruna Is Just inch a remedy. It you bow'utlJlildory we tone
sale of be
liquor might so regulated as to
where it was used aa a preventative and searches out the cause of the disease; Peruna. We recommend It blgUy tor
: ''! 1 terms any person may assume a be consistent with the public good, bat
.r relief in hundreds of cases. healing and strengthening the mucous colds, coughs, catarrh and BCrtgl*.
then saloon will always be
. -,'( "" .-'t'grievance and go put and kill with good morals and social safety.repugnantto These institutions do not hesitate to membranes, and thus giving Nature an ?l have used it myself as a tome wit*

"".-t.< impunityCarried to its logical conclusion It is hard to control the appetites of give their endorsement of the remedy opportunity to perform her part of the the best results, taken aa directed, halt

_the "unwritten law" means.j..actical men, and this single fact makes the only which has been BO helpful in the treatment restorative_ process. a teaspoonful every half hour.1

anarchy and private vengeance difficulty in the way of prohibition. Put of their poor and sick. one 01 toe many hospital which Feruna not only promptly relieves
down the saloon and the "blind tiger"is have found Feruna of value in treatingold coughs and colds in their first stage,
E \' .; ;, in which no man's life is liable to succeed to it with an effrontery Among these institutions is that of and obstinate cases of catarrh ia the but is equally prompt and efficient for

ii .. 'safe. The faintest breath of suspicion that ehocks the nerve and fortitudeof .. the Sisters of Good Shepherd,who gave Hospital St. John, who write, as catarrhal diseases In the chronic aiag. .
the following endorsement:
the staunchest citizen
But the 'blindtiger"
3t : is sufficient warrant for the perpetration follows: Of course, it ia only reasonable to
.
is weaker than its the
congener, The Peruna Company,
".;. .! of a murder. Is this country t-aloon. It is under the unmitigated ban Columbus, Onto. "We are happy to tell you that your ,! suppose that a great deal less medleleiwill

; prepared for that state of af- of the law, while the saloon is bolstered Peruna has given us satisfaction. Three be necessary to curd a alight attack.
few
;, Having used Perunalor the past
np by technical rights incident.. its patients have tried it, one 68 years old, of catarrh than would be required to
:' fairs? We hope not.fRo.CEEDINGS license. The saloon is thus endowed months happy to, for say our that sick It baa and given poor,us we great are Renoui Dupuis, afflicted with catarrh is relieve the ailment after it had been at-

with the decency of a legal status, whil" 'satisfaction.The much relieved, more than he has been lowed to become chronic.

OF THE the Vblind tiger" is more or less et:fled Sisters of the Good Shepherd, for a number of years. Directions for taking the remedy will

bye the very air of roguery and secrecy August 20, 1903. Montreal be found on each bottle, also ia DrHartman's .
in which it abides In the language of a "A young girl, 15 years old, had an book called "The 111 of

; COUNTY COMMISSIONERS wise old friend of mine, "a licensed tiger After a continued use of the remedy, obstinate cough, which halt a bottle of Life," which can,be obtained from your

with both eyes open is more deadly than this institution has found no reason to Peruna caused to disappear."As druggist for the asking.

Regular meeting held Monday, Dec. many blind ones." Indeed, the "blind change its good opinion of the remedy to myself, two bottles have convinced For special instructions write to. Dr.

3rd with full board present. tiger" thrives only when the sentimentof and expresses ita satisfaction in the following -, me that :Peruna ia magnificent Hartman, President of the Uartma.
'Treasurer's report checked up and paid the public is indifferent. It ia not any terms as a tonic Sanitarium, Columbus Ohio
warrants destroyrJ.rk business of mine to meddle, but if St.Lucie .

The tax c llector is hereby ordered to county goes dry and her fathers Ask your druggist for free Peruna almanac for 1907 .
correct the figures in the tax roll for 1906( and mothers are brave and persistent in

wherever such errors occur and that the. holding up public sentiment to the sticking ---- .
. :. amount so paid the tax collector for said point in the maintenance of the law, OAK HILL. 7 ;; ='=' =''''T7-1f:_

work be deducted from the. amount due the "blind tiger" will not thrive in your I
The Rev. H. H. Jones of New
1' the tax assessor when ,final settlement is midst, for in my opinion the court officersnow Smyrna,
will hold his service in the Congregational
regular
'i: made for 1906 assessment. serving, and those to suceed, are
church afternoon.Mrs. CIIRISTMAS GOODS
.: The registration office is transferred to lovers of the law and ,will be zealous in on Sunday

>. the old sheriffs office and the office now enforcing it in all particulars. Ellen Gtttz arrived from Pennsylvania

*-1-.:, OOi.spied by the registration officei i? Perhaps I could not further impressmy this week and will spend the winter
-S: given to the tax as'e>sor and the sheriff view of the matter if I wrote columnor with her sifter, Mrs H. S Barker.Mr .
I .-' ia instructed to purchase a tahle and desk two, so will close with an assuranceqf Wholesale and Retail
and Mrs. Milton
Owens who have .
; ?, .and four office chairs suitable for the taxassessor's great respect for, the Tribune. ,
been visit in the northern
away on a part
; user Very truly, i
of the returned last @
state week.
1. k Report Of J. K Gore, superintendent MIXOR JONES: Toys Dolls Novelties Gift
f ; of countyyfarm, showing he had cold produce Mr. Stones, pastor of the Baptist ,

.; from the county home during the Following the Flag church! in Titusville, preached last can i Books Pictures Goods

?' ;;. month'of November,190G, amounting to When our soldiers went to Cuba and day night in the Congregational churchto I Fancy
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I { $20 82 Wit received. the quite a large audience.Mr. .
Philippines health the'mnst
9:1. Report of John Powers, cattle and beefs was
: ; important consideration. Willis T. Morgan L. II. Barker, our former genial
Cocoa of l beef butchered
; at atc
inspector
Cocoa mouth of November 1906 retired commissary Sergeant U. S. agent, has accepted a position with the I FIREWORKS
during
''t. received. A., of Rural Route 1, Concord, N. II., Atlantic Coast Line as cashier of the _
was says: "I wad two years in Cuba and two freight department in Palatka and left '
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r Resolved of that Brevard the board county of couuty, Fla.,adopt crmimi&ioners ject years to in cold the, I Philippines took}Dr. ,King's and being New sub Discovery duties.Monday morning to. assume his new flu THE H. & W. B. DREW GO.

f a heal to he used by taill'IHt rd and that for consumption, wljich .
1 the seal have the profile of an Indian kept me Miss A. B. Curry and the Misses Annie
in perfect health. And now, in New I
head. The following, wording ou the die Hampshire we find it the best medicinein Bell Williams and May Howes and, also JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
of the seal ":-ilate of Florida, Brevard the world for coughs,olds, bronchial' Mrs. T. P. Howes!and Miss Hattie flower, L ,

Wit, County Hoard of County Commission trouble and all Slung die-eases." Guaranteed who are spending a few days: with them, r=Jr=Jr 5-J=_ .r=J r _
ere." at Red toss Pharmacy. Price 50c are expected to arrive in Oak Hill next
Bonds of John Henry, treasurer; E. W. week.
and $1.00. Trial bottle free
r Hall, tax (collet-tor; W., H. Hall, tax assetsnr Mr. Percy Petted, of Georgia, has WrW.V< B. H. Wilson
judge were
{ county ,
Weekly Weather iieport. teen here for sometime looking over our
r. approved.Bonds timber lands and in hopes he will
we are
for carrying repeating rifles and U.8.DKFABTMKST OF A.QBICULTUBE: WEATH-
-t BEBDEKAC.JCPITKB lint[ up a saw mill here in connection with
: pistol were approved and permits issued Mr. Owens' turpentine business.Mr. The
,j'-. to J. \\ 0. Hopkins, M. B. Rodes, and FLA., Dec 11. 1906. Mapes Fertilizer

,.\:. ,: Porter B. Nichols.. statement of A. M. Jones left Saturday morning
,f < The board is ordered to purchase four and Comparative rainfall for the week ending temperatures Tuesday, for Lake Park, Ga., on the G. S. & F.

:f::. :-3;>t fire extinguishers! from Knight& Thomas 1906 190S. road and will have charge of that station,
i <. ,:.i; for use in thecoqrt house and other county Mrs. Jones and the children will follow
rt The board of DATE.: MAX. MIN. MAX. MIS. shortly.
&: ;g 'buildings. to pay the eons 2
if : fifty dollars for said machines. Dec. 5. 77 67 73 65 Fifty years' experience three
through
r
... 6. 78 70 74 61 Our pleasant teacher, Miss Martin, is gener-
: It. R. Chaudoin is
appointed Supt. to have a juvenile Christmas ations of the iMapes
} 7. 82 64 72 65 tree at the family.
I t&1 sr .of public roads for districts No. and 5 and II
. 8. 72 67 74 6S school house Friday afternoon before
that he shall be required to keep an at, 9. 76 68 63 56 Christmas, with songs and recitations hv We are a household word all over fair Florida.
r'f of in each district "
count money expended 1018 70 63 52
s her pupils. As usual there will be a
and from the other and Our thirtieth in the
> 'separate apart 11. 80 62 70 52 neighborhood Christmas tree at the year state.

Lf.' that he shall mate monthly reports to Total rainfall for the week. '.00 inches. church on Christmas eve. Our
.. goods combine
,r-; ,'' the board of county.commissioners. Departure rainfall for the week minus 0.63 safety, reliability and
t4f: -: Bills were examined and warrants ordered inches. profit for the, grower.No .
;l h i drawn on the various funds aggregating Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, plus For Sale

+ = the following amounts:, 13.05 inches. here known dangerous compounds.
< My place ; as Cere, 25 acre
..j :' ,''. General fund__________---..--- 603.38 H. P. HAEDIS: (mute on river half mile from the inlet;
J1if.-of :, .. Road fund_____?*_____.____ 6.94 ., Official in Charge. and opposite the railroad station;adjoins Ask our'agents for pamphlets and find the
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i- : .*'. Dist. No. 1...____._ 39,00iJ.
' :" government, reserve on which is the reason why you ought to buy our goods ,
: M 4< -e .U g____ ___..- gggO FOB BALK CHEAP FOB CASH. weather bureau, lighthouse and naval

,1f.. '. :;.. ''.: ':' .. ... .'1 .Ie 3-':'"*". 16.11 About 88 acres of good .high land on wireless stations; 6 room dwelling and Agents: E. L. Brady & Bro., TitusvilleJ.

F&i t1o K 4 4,4'.___ ..._' .lit.no uO the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat packinghouse, both old; some grapefruit,
; pardea fond _____i.. 35 00 M. Senders Cocoa Jos. Paxton
,3-.. ". Game ; ,: 7' the Narrow.,described aa follows: Lot oranges and guavas; 5 acres of pineapples Rockledge
. %j'j>; Fine and forieiture fuod. -.. .GO_.w an No. 3,'section 35, also lot, No. 3, section in fine condition, fertilized and good for A. T. Patillo Osteen P.
4 "- The board adjourned to meet Saturday, ,36, in townahip 31 tooth, range 39 east. 1,000 crates next season. Splendid bunt- Bergmann,, MerrittE

''."" : .the 8th day December, at 2:30o'dock l This bud ia unimproved bat finely lo jug fishing and saltwater bathing. :price. E. Provost, Lotus

;: p. m.-for &be'NlmnIIR of preparing the cated. ForfartherparticaUnaddresaEL $3,000.'
:}2 f i: the ballot bone for the local option eJeo .- Lew HAL P. HAEDI.V, ,

{;/ 'ion to be held! on December 18th,<1908.;: Brockton. M... Jupiter, Fla. yWWWl.WM '

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:::411'' ing the' value of, :education they'haTe
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.-.'.. .--: "' '''W-{ '''' L,; klef ''' get"V launch for the trip to Cocoa to voters of Brevard are now receiving.; Tbboreao ", ">
"J't" ..;."'' rnTeeedsyfoys.. ,; ... lightest best flavored biscuit hot- .. .
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..Sfs*" ..;'i-"W.- ; 'ft;:(t F'f i'lA- ".# intend, / "the lectures.:'The, new laws' hate who.edits one or 'more farm Jour :':''

ta i;>:';," ...,, fJ.P- [';iZ'u. ,<<.. -,.' Heroer'..ict'Ia'. ,, 7i1 l.1tt. ire made 'a1 good-deal 'of ;trouble' over here nals. You have seen them-articles breads cake and >-

)> '' .'!;:t'1e: bt"'e.Trig. :. : : : ''erottage'' Palmetto most"of.the boys being ,underage, How against prohibition sandwiched .between pasta.I.

"t-.>:. "">arenas"" :.-i'.!:...the..- psaon- ,'''r'i.. :..:i J......:.., ",''.''?'''''..'..':' .;.. .3. ever:Mr.',tT. A. Peek. arrived, last. 'Thurs.day treatises on crop and stock growing. ,. -1 }

>. : \ .:i:3 fr.< Jf ank'1. 11I,0LaGrange; :.and..as he has, a license,,things can Now, why does not the ;association,.or Alum and alum-phosphate 'G .

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:!J.&ii'N'' .a ,.."Phet-.i ere..' t. in'. .townooMonday., .," ?< 'Next Sunday ia Brother Hawk's last cure, pot'ita' card on the envelope or somewhere use them. Examine the label .,'. -: a r
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..' ; .JIt..JietIM. ,'maallVof&he.. Travis appointment for this year nnleej we can so we may -., I
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So BAKING POWDER CO.
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waa In' Anonymous matter has little .value; .,'"..
"illfPWWnaaammOTago sownoawMondsy
,: pana.Everyone likes Brother Hawk .
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...-.. ."". ,,. .".,..,.e,._ -IU"be'.firi" 'Ie.-''$:]dOCkleidgea crud 'all hope that ,he will .be returned publishers pitch it into the waste basket I The average'man im't haIr as much You can never be sure what a man is -
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:; ;frYxr; l': .$. vCwnoa!.'ofNew: York City; 1" '. fear that its name would destroy the little 'come as he is i f an active! district attorneyon A man can forgive a woman for m08"c' -I': :;
this earthNothing anything except failing to be beautiful.
"...,h'JN s-arrived on Saturday and' .is a guess of the :floods the body with warm, gloving influence that the tract might otherwise .

f.! ,Couoat;:HoueeMr., .Cannon;is largely tain vitality, makes the nerves strong, quickens have? Contrast with this the statements --- f

titer ed the Fair 'View Land Co.., of circulation, restores 'natural vigor, and appeals that come to us under the 00000. ..oo0 .
mates feel like born again. Hoi-!
s Which Mi;Nil Ives fe 4Qieeideat! Mr, H. ister'a you Rocky Mountain.one Tea.. 35 cents. names of our neighbors, men whom we oo000000000001 ;

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,"' $ M :;taOxoaarrivingbere orV-. Dec.'22nd. Another contrast: This anonymous

f : Mr. .and"MrsJ(8mitbl:Clarke and Mr. BANYAN literature comes from men who are fight Don't neglect your cough. *

'fi'gid. Mra" Champlin,
in Cocoa Saturday. fill their own pockets and who care nothing tOt
: tajre occupying! the house' which was the bopping I sJ!

If feCantine 'propetty._ ..They' are greatly Mr. 'C.=H, Casper of Tropic, was here for our advancement, moral or financial Statistics show that in New York City 0o
only as it may add to their income.
pleased with our section and will remain Monday:
:' : ,* '* 00 the other side, are not our fellow-citi. alone over 200 people die every week from 3
'" wI. season. y
;Misses Maud and Emma Ragan spent
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1 &: ;Mr., Hal Ivea bargained, for'the.Gould Saturday in Cocoa.Shipments zens giving i time and strength and means, o consumption.
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with no hope,or desire for personal benefit -
; = Tuesday
_ and the sale
t- on
property_ was
.. : of beans are small owingto o
L ,;f "' .It:Withdrawn except that which will come to us all 0
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the weather..
dry
W alike? o
t-. I..Y.' 1. 'l The temperance .lectures. by Rev, W And most of these consumptives might :
J Well, then, how will vote? I shall
you
k ltj AMyers, \"Key"West, on Friday andI 2 t
t{ : No Opium In Chambwlaln'aCoogh Remedy "
\: Sunday nights .were largely, attended, vote "dry. Why? Reading this "wet" be living now if they had not neglected the tilt
.I: literature I find the claim made and w
over
: f.. :.Mr, Myers :gave very,interesting lectures .There ,is not the least danger in giving over that liquor is just as easily obtained i warning cough
with some home truths.Dr. Hughlett Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to small 3

t 'ff.: .mayor 'of, oar town,-introducing him At children as it contains no opium or other under prohibition as under licence, and

.conclusion of Mr. harmful ,drug. It has an established reputation often just as much, sometimes more is
j'i4. :: ,the ;Myers' remarks 3 You know how
the sold. Then I find all of quickly Scott'sEmulsion :
ia. ( :Dr. Hughlett expressed himself in a few of more than thirty years as the liquor associations
successful medicine in for colds "
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J! 1.-- appropriate: terrorda..Mr. Itovfs is, 'a guest mon creep and whooping cough.use It always i I conclude bitterly they opposed to prohibition. o enables you to throw off a 0 ,
have
V of,the"Cocoa rHonaft several solos IS Children that no confidence
l ;; ,: gang area and pleasant to take. I
.which added\ .to'the 'pleasure of the even- like it. Sold by all druggists and medi- :. in the "facts" that they, themselves, cough or cold. h

3 1 I" i-: ,io&: cine dealers. .1 send out. But by their own showing, -

:'.: I has returned from I the saloon is an evil. Why an evil? Be
Dr.:' J, Cooper. a 8
BAD GALLIK. I it 1 ALL DRUGGISTS; 5Oe. AND $1.00.
cause destroys manhood (and woman
rj -' trip to Tampa. His mother is very ill at ,
*'it ;:i that place. J. A. Cariand'famity, of W. Va. are i hood,) wrecks homes, causes poverty, 4' ooooooo000000066660000BeckIden *
here and settled in their southern hOIDp.,1 makes and harbors criminals. How?
: : > Re". F., Mi; Webber, the Episcopalminister I

/. who 'will have charge of the Our'various stores are now showing fineassortments i Simply by selling liquor, that is all. :

I ; ':. church .work here was the guest of Col. i of Christmas goods. I What remedy is proposed? License, the : Acetylene LampThis

I liquor men say, high or low, it matters
; 8. F. Travis on Sunday. 0. B. Taylor and son' Howard are now
I little just license.I portable lamp generates and burns its own
Ii Mr. and Mrs. Saunders; of Waco, settled at their old home in East Eau look gas and is started or stopped at the pleasure cf the :
into that a little and I learn thatat
Mrs. Sounders'
fA} f Texas are visiting Gallie. user. ;

J;} .mother, Mrs. E.' A. Johnson, they are The Messrs. Spiller are settled in their one time in our history there was sold, The cost of the light is very low and will so demonstrate x
k of ru-iD. in one year, six gallons of liquor to each itself to the user.
f A thinking locating )
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home Sarno.
new at Persons who experience difficulty in reading by
&vf man, woman and child in the United
: Wedding bells will riug on Tuesday
kerosene electric lights do with comfortby
Quantities of are being shipped or can so
:/: : '. next when two of our well known young oranges States. Twenty years later, years of license this gas, as it is very near to sunlight.The .
from Eau Gallie to friends in the north
, : i-: people are to be married. in nearly all of the country, there regulation charge of \\ IDS. carbide, using f
l for holiday use. was sold for each man, woman and child ft. burner which is ample, will burn about 10
Mrs W,/G. Pater son is still under the
% J. Kin l\o Hodgson is building a new twenty gallons of liquor. Verily license hours, giving a light equal to more than two electric s'
1- .: doctor's care. We are in hoper to see her lights. The light never deteriorates as only one
is
covered good-for the business.
:: able to be out 14\II. canvas canoe. quality of acetylene can possibly be produced.

:;: That hot drin\machine at the Trafford Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hopkins will I shall vote "dry." F. W. Mr cso c. Price of standard lamp (complete finely finished,

: ", bakery all to the gol.. spend Christmas at Pinewood Lodge as with or without 12 inch opal ribbed dome shade,

4 the of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. )1.I Of course you pay your money R1o.0orGood
_; : The die Journal is: in demand. Miss : guests But
you get your money's worth
I Thing for Chrismas or New Year PresentE.
; Carrie Taylor: WH editress last week, Hodgson. For what does money mean to you

: John Paterson is liting it this week Alex Near has sailed for Canaveral, When Rocky Mountain Tea's on earth- ? W. AMSDEN,

Y'= Everyone is bu.-y shipping\ oranges and where he will .sink an artesian well for Ask your druggist.Meeting General Dealer for Florida,

grapefruit. The trainmen suggested that Uncle Sam.J. .. ORMOND, FLORIDA.

some folks must pack oranges seven days County School Board .- ..
Wct A. Carr lost a row boat on Tuesday.
A a week. It has since been recovered.Mr. The board of public instruction met on is quite so hard to lose as the I Studying a man's ancestry sheds light

"- D1one .lookinl' for sunshine should Monday Dec. 3rd, Present R. E. Mims, battle that has been almost won. only on his possibilities, not on what he

<' ,locate here. It is[ so long since we have and Mrs. C. Ainsworth are now chairman; E. B. Arnold, A. J. Carter and Genuine pleasures neverfurni&h consci- actually is.Water.*
settled in their Eau Gallie home for the John P. Walker ence with any new stings. False: ones do.
t ='; sewn .rain that a good shower would bet secretary. Cure for Contipatlon
,. winter season. The minutes of the last regular meetingwere ': It isn't half so much fun to hold handsif
a pleasure. there is no danger; of some one catchingyou Half a pint of hot water taken half an
CapL Robt. Symmonds will cruise on read and adopted., at it. hour before breakfast will usually keep

.IHDIANOI.ADr. the Banana river this week. The captain Treasurer's report for Nov. was found i| the bowels regular. Harsh cathartics

s'a and Mrs.' C L. Hill, of Scranton, will place an engine in his sloop. correct and redeemed warrants were duly How's ThU? I i i should be avoided. When a purgative U
needed, take Chamberlain's Stomach and
Ja., arrived, Tuesday to open up their Tucker & Bro. are now gelling oysters cancelled and filed.FINANCIAL. We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for | Liver Tablets. They are mild and gentlein

gti well l known winter home and settle and doing a good business. SCMMASY. any H"n\.tlnh case of catarrh t'urt-. that cannot be cured by their action. For pale hy all druggists

1P :. down until spring: F. J.l'ut.xtCo- .. Props.. Toledo, O. avail ui>.l lu-ii.** arcer! ".
The colored school celebrated Thanks- Warrants outstanding last report- 3,437.04 1
') and family of Jacksonville, 1 We the undersigned have known F.J. Che- 1
1" In. Allan "
giving day in a suitable manner. A dinner issued this meetinguu 1,791.92 uej for the last 15 years,and ,believe him personally .
have, taken possession of the Grether and an entertainment at their school. -- Imnorab'e in all business transactions 'BOBBINSu
5.228.516! able to out obligations -
'f and financially carry any .
bouse.. New J. W. Roper is teacher for this term. Warrants paid in Nov._________ 65054 made by their firm.
=iMry;,frank Byron, of York City, WFVT & TkVAXVboiend1e QBAHAM: :
:itAgnpe#more among us. We are all pleasedto The shell walk around Hyde Park, Warrants now outstanding______ 4.57s 42 \ ; I>ruggist;. Toledo. Ohio.

welcome him. Mrs. Treutler's home, is now finished and Total cash on hand______________ 244 08 'XALbiN.IaNNAX.t MAKVIX, -- """" CO., ,
X. S. Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. Ohio.
Mrs.-. D. A, Caiter'Mrs H. C. Sander- in nice order for pedestrians. Deficit in funds_______________ 4,334.34 lla'l's Catarrh Cure is taken internallyact (Incorporated Paid up Capital) f25,000.(0.
'F M. Hum- Johnson, of Chicago has donated a rustic ing directly upon the blood aud mucous surfaces 'fiai :tends 4 Ii
?, ; eon,Mrs J. Lapham, Mrs. Itemized expenditures amounted to $1,791.92 75 '. bottle. ':U'pall own
of the system. Price < per .
seat for lovers' pointDr.
in the Indian River CounI -
Mr. G. L
and
1Iom: phrya, Mrs. D W, Wallace The sum of $9.39 now in special tax Soldbyalldrugsists.! Testimonials free.
I try.nnthfSt Lncie: Over: ,
in Titusville 8. C Hodgson will have the West Halls Family Pills are the best.
; Wallace _spent a lovely day school district No. 2 fund was transferredto at New. River, and on Biscayne -
Thursday shopping. End Pharmacy decorated for Christmas the school and the 5ay.
$ on county fund treasurer
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-. Saturday evening: we :all met at Oak week.,- is instructed to'make this transfer: SGOBELL & DAY PRICES TO SUIT TUB TIMES

k>x. Cottage. and spent a very pleasant time Mr. ,G.: WMcKinzieof Canaveral, and to pay the 65 cent outstanding war Seud for land l list.

"t s+ with readings, parcel 'exchange and last will open. a curio store in Eau Gallie this rant off said district No. 2 fund, out of Established 1867 OFFICES .

4 b means lest: fine. cakes, ices week; TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.
? bat ,. no ; the county school fund money, distiict Auction Specialists
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o .cream' and oyste were kaerf d .The No. 2 having received more than its pro-

;proceeds, going to; the.\miasiona.',in connection Deadly Serpentare Bite portion heretofore and as no assessment 235-238 West St I ENNIS & FORT

with the Baptist church.: as common in India as are stomach YORK CITY 5iAc. ...
c' and liver disorders with us. For the latter will hereafter be levied in said district NEW 5 S<' '-

Sunday. morning' the ;church waspacked however there is a sure remedy: Electric No. 2.Mr.. Oranges, Grape Fruit, Tangerines, Mandarin : BlacksraittiiDgandRepairM

; with a most attentive and appreciative Bitters: the great restorative medicine : R. E. :Mima tendered his resignation )'. Pineapple, Etc. ._.
t= W congregation who enjoyed the of which S. A. Brown,of Bennettsville as member of the board of public Agents Florida Fruit Exchange. :Solicit C --
S. C. "They restored my wife to consi.'iHiieiita for sale at auction.Moderate .
says: !
I .able. lecture' of. Rev. Mr. Myers. perfect health after years of suffering instruction on account of press of his own Commissiou. Sale on arrival of TITUSVILLE FLA.

and chronically torpid personal business. The board reluctantly and remittance of net -
W not now yon suffer, nor what with dyspepsia a fruit proceeds Wagons made and repaired. Horse Shoeinga
8'care
"r Holliater'a Rocky liver." Electric Bitters cure chills and accepted the same. day after sale. specialty.; Work from any part Indian

qv ,'juied Mon tsIn to "core Tea mates you the ,puniest weak- fever, malaria biliousness, lame back, There being no further business, the Fersoul Attention and a Square Deal River or anywhere in the county will rewire
troubles and bladder disorders. our cueful attention. We stand the freight
': :t.:'_ manofmaD or womanhood strong Sold kidney by Red Cross Pharm board adjourned to meet on the first Monday Represented by W. H. Sebrine 133 West one way and guarantee to give you satisfaction
and 35 cents. Ask :your drug- on guarantee Fourth SL Jacksonville Fla. Send work.
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fW a [ to Sght British Columbia Lmibennan. TakeaInvoluntary upon wrapper: '

4i '?deletertoas proprietary' medicines; ,quack<<: ".Side, of" 3,080 Badge several Ingredients.in For a full the list druggist of aU Its to i played.the Ludwig knows that in it
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;; Imedical 1ntltateai and" kindred evils, '' Feet. off cry on something he claims is"just as

.r it aaye(:'thejiew{,YortSun.: Deputy State '*. good Every Is to Ingredient insult your entering intelligence.Into -the. is embodied every artistic, quality-.-that -

f iW..;Aitorney .Eugene p'Dunne of ,BaltH With a dislocated leg; a twisted ankle I world-famed"Golden Medical Discovery
has the unanimous approval and endorsement it meets demand the expert required -
_ :5 m.11; .more :suggested that the organization"r : numerous'cuts and abrasions and of the leading medical authoritiesof every .

.be; ';?called the ..Public. Health Defense large pitches'of skin burned off. 8. .J. all the several schools of y;tctiee. No of
truest
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for interpretation
r : league, and.this.name.was: adopted. Demaresq, a lumberman is In a Vancouver like other medicine has sold through such endorsement.druggists for

1 ",J .".Austen/G". Fox presided., Pn! ldenttit.'j. (B. C.) hospital thankful that be The purposes Golden Medical any Discovery not .mustc-that. it that indescribable

.. :McGowan .f the, board of aldermen, is alive after one of the most exciting only produces all the good effects to be possesses

1'. ;f'.( .i.'. .welcomed. the. delegates to' tfew .'York adventures that a man ever. went obtained, in all from stomach the Use liver of Golden'Sealroot and bowel delicate charm which is difficult -
''' < through and;came oat alive. ,
p: 1'if :'Mayor-McClellan, who waS unable troubles, as in dyspepsia, biliousness,con-
Demaresq was at work.at. a lumber stipation, ulceration of stomach and
i F, ,to be present..and!Mgr Lavelle of St- camp on Hotham sound when, he slip- bowels and kindred ailments, but the to analyze, but which is designatedby

: J Patrick's cathedral, speaking .for Arch- Golden Seal root used in its compound-
: ped'and fell into a dry shingle flume.
enhanced in its curative
lag Is greatly action thatit
musicians who
"'i. ,',' :'bishopFarley, said that anything that Down this for 3,000 feet he shot at so by other ingredients such as Stone some appreciate

t' t"j the, clergy and laity of the Catholic great a rate that the skin was burned root, Black Cherry bark Bloodroot Mandrake -' '

p;jf.; .. church In, America could do to_ help! from his body by the 'friction.. From'the refined root glycerine.and chemically pure triple- can correctly 'protray every varying

1K% "' ,'on'tbe-crusade would gladly be done. end" ftbe'flume he shot a distanceof The Common Sense Medical Adviser emotion the "soul" of the Ludwig. '

,;[ tX :Many of the delegates were women. twenty-five; feet into the.sea. He is sent free In paper covers on receipt ot as
> : one-cent to the cost of mail-
.{.J :;Mn. .Martha M, Allen head of the department managed to keep afloat until he reached Ing only. For stamps 31 stamps pay the cloth-bound

! ',. '.\j: .'i;' .medical.. temperance: of the some rocks 150 feet away lie waS volume will be sent. Address Dr. R. V. r'
: r-.w address: .' Pierce. Buffalo. N, Y. Sold
f'o C.. T. Un mad. an by
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Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipation
p ;1! : ;Tbe..1 longest' speech and'the one that biliousness and headache.

.> ,caught. "the .audience the, most was ;

-fs?# t made by',Charles F.' Stuart, a reporter Indian River ,

ff f a for the Cleveland: News. Mr. Stuart STEERS RUN .

r ,?'f: ..:told how his city, editor.,called him up, J- -

I ftilp"'ll '.- i ona'day'and'told 'him to get after the =. WILD IN CITY Music House

, 'quacks of Cleveland "regardless of ex- f
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tr Stampeded Cattle Cause Temporary Suspension
, .c J ." : "First, I went to two big physicians '
t.: .* of Business In T1TUSVILLE FLORIDATHE
... ;of Cleveland 'began-Mr. Stuart, "and ,
told them to with ':';: / Pittsburj.
.l;" : .go through me a .#
.'1;""" : .'dark lantern. .They_said ,there was r-- ...

: ,nothing the. 'matter with me "except"a.little Nineteen steers escaped the other day -->-.... ._, -
Yw,-," bronchial affection due to clga-' from a slaughter house in the outskirts .
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tr .' rettes. :Then under an assumed name .
Duquesne. a suburb: )lof Pittsburg.
f.: I visited every big advertising quack and ran wildly through the streets, .

, ", 'F" .. 'In town 'I,tdldu't:give.them a .list of,, which were 'thronged with children on SOHMER-OEOILIAN PIANO

' t ,.. like"symptoms, because'even' a repu- their way home from school. Strenu-

fir' : 44 ;4" "' ta1'- physician .now present could b? ous efforts were made by pedestriansto THE FARRAND-CECILLAJST PIANO

, 4 .F5.; : tooled that'way.' Laughter.] lh get the children to places of safety -

.. r.:t "First I called on one with whiskers.' some being almost thrown into THE CECILIAN PLAYER PIANO

.... :. t fj They all have whiskers,' y"know, but: ., :. stores, private dwellings and streetcars

. !'i.-lt : somehow: or 'other this fellow's whiskers which had been stopped when the 1 i.r i.

didn't, gee with the ,whiskers...Inhls : ,
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't : pictures publlshed'wlth his advertlsements. .
: proach.
He said I could be cured of
: One man was! tossed over a fence
li:. stomach, liver lung, kidney; and other and painfully injured. The I animalsran I S 'i7
;;1... diseases-all of,which he discoveredf b ,
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1.i ,had-for |50. I jewel Mm down to $31 r:.a% -
the main business thoroughfare; caus- .
t '.' and then he took me into a department
: t, ing a temporary suspension of busi-
Y "tat
"" '::>, :.with a name on the'door a yard long,
x. ness. A squad of police, assisted by a .
jjfi' t Stretched me on a table, and while he
number of butchers, rounded up the p Mi
;J- began to massage me he turned on a
L steers after considerable difficulty.
lot bf fake machinery and colored

/ill lights that had the aurora borealis
HI: SHOT INTO THE 8KA. Acquitted. its
:.-..,' .;faded. I-but say, I never made a
An exchange exCongressmanEddy
.... --' .speech in my life, and I don't know too weak to clamber upon the rocks, says ;
of Minnesota was known as the
whether I'm making good. [Cries of but managed to cling to them until he
1 homeliest man in congress. He had in
., ;'fo;";., "'::10U. are; go on, and laughter.] was rescued by his wife. the opinion of his opponents "wab-
i\\; ; ""Well, he made me sit .In a 'static His wife was on the Island a quar-
bled! ou the silver issue in the cam-
. ". chair for three-quarters of an hour. ter of a mile away, and was informedby EI : jriPlfl it
paign of 1SIHJ.: A few years later he I'i
4i Suddenly 'I asked him for guarantee her frightened children that a man
, was! to speak in a small town and on
I ,Y ;' :that I would be cured of all the diseases had shot down the flume and was 1
. F : ., arriving he saw in an opposition news-
, ;. ; :. he had found. clinging to the rocks and shouting for
paper a headline to tae effect that
W: almost half cured ,' said help. Unaided the woman launched a
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,, .- "Two faced Eddy speaks: here tonight. _lf'
.:. the doctor but when I Insisted that I heavy boat and put off to the rescue, '
That evening when he stepped before ; .r
hive written he little dreaming that the Imperiled art
must a guarantee man +
his audience be said in his low, sympa-
handed me one finally that said I was her husband. When she reached thetic voice ef!
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would be cured of-what do you think? him her amazement and terror at discovering I i v
"You know, ladies and gentlemen
Prostatlc nephritis! Now, if any doctor his Identity made her so weak z .
that I'm not the man referred to in
.;: ,; here can tell me what the-what that it was with difficulty she was ..
this paper. It must be some: one else
prostatlc nephritis' Is I'd be glad to be able to drag him Into the boat. Nevertheless -
for there is no one here who does not
Interrupted. [Laughter.] I asked the she succeeded In doing so and know that if I had two faces I would

quack what it was and he said 'That then managed to get him from the boat wear the other oue."Cincinnati Commercial

x phrase covers, all the other diseases.' to the house. Then she set off to the
Tribune. A line that meets all demands
7i5 Can you beat It? Also their private lumber camp for assistance.Two .

drug stares are the greatest system of camp mates'of the injured man King of All Cough MedicineMr. both as to quality and price "

graft In existence. rigged an improvised stretcher in the E. G. Case mail carrier of Canton
a
'"' "After my paper had seut me the boat and rowed twenty-five miles Center, Conn., who lias been in the Selling Price from $450 to $850Full

: rounds of the city we scourged them through heavy seas until they reachedthe I U. S. Service for about sixteen years,

Tight and left and called them robbers, steamer Kootenay. The injuredman says: "We have tried many con li medicines i- particulars sent on application V

cheats! and everything else by name. was placed on board and taken to for croup but CliambeHaiti's Condi

By that crusade we put out of business the hospital at Vancouver for treat I Remedy is king of all and one to be relied '

at least so far as Cleveland was ment. The physicians he will upon ever time. We also find it the
say re- INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE TITUSMiE
concerned firms that had been spending cover. i best remedy for coughs and cold, givingcertain 1
: results and leaving no bad aftereffects. ,
$80,000 a year for postage stamps .
For gale by ali druggists and
alone and whose annual business was The Ate of Artificial DeRuty. II medicine dealers.

Writers on topics concerning wom

$000,0O.' the community began to en's matters would fain have us believe Home Finance. SEA ARD
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realize the evil that threatens it," said that the present Is the age of
"Henry, I think you had better constitute
..' Chairman Austen Fox. 'Exposure of beauty. The fact Is, says the London "
bank
yourself a examiner. _
,;. quacks and quack medicines may put Opinion, that never before have the
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: "What do you mean my dear? AIRLINE .RATT. AY_ ,f,
one or two out of business but what arts of artificiality been so widely
"I notice that little Willie is per- -I
"we need is laws that will make these adopted among all classes as they are suading the other children to deposit -FOIl- ,

offenses punishable' by >fines and Im- today.
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tChlldrea' their pennies with hkn. -Washington: Savannah Columbia Southern Pines
fi prisonment. And as the English say,' ,

rqt'a doggedness as does It,' we need to Herald. Richmond Washington, Baltimore. ,.

.go at them doggedly not only hi a local favorite tonic is White's Cream Vermi Early to Bed

"waybut national as well, 1'don't be- fide,the cure for worms and all children's and early to rise, makes one healthy, Philadelphia, New York. .

Jlsve.the enforcement of criminal law diseases. It not only kills the worms, happy and wise especially if take
bands of bat removes the mucus arl dime in you TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. ; t
should be placed In the private Heroine before retiring. A positive cure
'organizations, but 'the organira- which they build their neets. Its actionon for constipation, dyspepsia and all liter '
the child ill mild and leaves him in a SEABOARD EXPRESS
4 tlona'eanwti the,fight.to bring the condition. Joe Daniel Sormac complaints. Mrs. S-, Colombia, Tenn., MAIL
;healthy 2.ARD
writes: "I always keep a of I
aneodi of these abuses to justice :Tenn. stys that he PV8'ODe of his supply your 'H
K Herbiue on hand. Am so pleased with
i ':*0or'great'powtr will: be the press. !children White's Cream Vermifuge when the 'relief it gives in constipation and all MODERN ; '

,.Heretofore the pirn has been the malt i the doctor thought it bad colic and from liver complaints, that words can't -: .
: express ONLY LINE
.recreant to:f a sly,-It fit'generally! b1' the first dose the child pawed ,73 worms. my, appreciation. Sold by Red Cross

t S. Itevedlee"tbif.you most mske'yoorJeelf I Sold by Bed,'. Cross Pharmacy.OrLt1a1'ORSa.. .Pharmacy. Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Oreaw

r. .. seild'whh. the press;bat now'I feel -. For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard t "
,..._. iv ....>aer- .., .:iw-- asSained. :_. I ... 0'&&T On.I: : :&. write to agent- ot ,
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..,.t* t J' '*'V4i':1. !. .," .TROUBLEr '\ -'.., f. '"" been'ruined again precipitated trouble. 'A1Lf d IePr4parat.o forAs

< 't ')\:<}. )r. ,,'_ .._ >1. He called them liars, and they rejoinedin .
"::';:iJ :b < #' < f -:, '._ .',< '<.\ f kind, and Mrs. Bowser reached a

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?4; i.-1 s"i. ,;FotStt:.: ; ..pl 6otlie, -:HoNSe & 1lsasaat.,Xnt Palitabl Slfkeit,*e.kea Potent or Tut Grip;(10/8 Good M4 DaMS trunk and wheelbarrow got.all mixed

>',;,&;: : A .. J 'F l' .';.._",,:,- ,'.... <>L. 'fI. .Mtaper box. Writ.for tree Minpl,and book"MI"n.4 up in the front yard. The mix last
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J; "t- l .ta-S..(I. _. .cIIIIII: VtarYwt.'fit' ed five minutes_ Then she opened the Signature'n
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t'-- .n. ''''>4-'F.; ? -;; .: "f '. house and shut it against those who nessandHeslContains: neither
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;., ; ._'" ....! '., iI.--f" would follow. nor Mi w-rat 0NOTNABCOTIC.
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n".. .:,, ;:: -p.... +'1'....:- 'l.. .' ,. ";"'- been.Jletrayed'and :"Well, yori would paint you know, .

}15" : rt qtl 1 CettM'and. >be.bolted.over.._ He. had she said as she turned on him. :
i uttele, bi ? I S.-
"bate ik
."'-'t ."'" ,. ". ..'. t'i., ft..f -..the. ...-other.;...;:" '>.. ",,. l'tT cob, :btaE cbIn:whiskers.against ,He sat down without a word in reply .
:w'i't. ..." ""'t:' -'a'tUlk-SWIlZZPl1'C/l B
f.ffie}l lftet-H4eaued Mr. Bowserthreats. to wipe his bleeding nose and OK

m fD. '?.jt" -'iltead'ot'._....... >,. -,fig1u:a laIIsto"' gel,;.away, I JWDes..1'He made .. U offered ress his bitten ear, and for almost the A.piw J.Jafe711. S ..5If
: e 0 ,1.he.. leaned]tack.Ii j
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it iP' "fiJranr.aWt'.Jf' J'M\} :" : : to;giv4t: toe licking of his life. married forgotto '

1 !f :da builneea L.- T 7 i u ilj !There:iwould have been a fight but fora'polcernan threaten divorce. He had gone out "" "In v
>;- t not ros b1ng JOlt w:.
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coming around the to paint had been painted.' \
corner.
bei.naldi.
L led. tnat front fence
: lvants painting
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: 'f ; At sight of.him the man >who wantedto ."' M..QUAD. -
:J<:" 'f.. 'T rttybad1ri; I guess I.will.take a'daxm .
'I'r.: '1" v--"'; .>> "see Jones walked slowly away, but
1 >!e 'li he A 'Chance of Baae."Now I UseFor
1 as1 did so he Informed'Mr. BowsertbatC
'i i6 f fJ' 'f "yyr. yon, painted the Jenee only '
ntwes might come andgo be- Aperfect Remedy for Constipation -
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).X' ; ; ", ; ; as forei : Sour Stomch.Diarrtoea.
him. ,
ne.would forgive
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/ happened! !on :occMlon'rose'up '
tStt; 'f.. ; > before her'and'brought The rubbed .spot- was recoated and Worms,.Convulsions.Fevcrishnfiss OverThirty
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j :1a-;, "- iyaaIolie look.to her tae .Sfctifwt;, .mote of the picketing finished and Loss. OF SLUe I
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"t |"esI did, bat the past aummer;has when' a painter1 with a stepladder on TaeSunile Signature of .
his snoulder and a bucket of paint In
sr 1f ;blhia) r fohe'on. painl'One"judgea ,

4 iJtl; .ofa'; man's: character?,bye.,the looks of, his'hand" came' along. lie smelted the gill as t49 ; Years

;y.::i: y '. .hUiyfrontttmce. 'Ours has got to bet gasoline' afar off and began to grin. // NEW YORK.

Vie : ,:fteshened, np"'a'ilt for the winter and In bis inmost soul he knew that the

i'''' ;:now is iU t the time to' a Ws."Cotlldlii'x'1 ._ f paint" would not dry. in ,a month of
p: of SundaysHe'was' also who 1
>;; : hlreaa palater)f rlhaltlJt" a man
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$?. -- ;a.dayd"pay: him out of.my money. contended that'painting should be ion CASTDRIA

h !<" .'ft- That .would ,sayefallt ..sloppingmrouni" 'to:painters. .'no matter how often they ( j
tob- ,' '. *' left their jobs and went around the EXACT COPTOTWRAPPCB. -
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:A;: "Half:a" I 1'.Wi. y/Vow long .do you. ,corner to take a drink. 0 TMC e.MT..ll COMMM*. _..M. Clt*. t

iI'J'f' .suppose'U1' would take' the averages "Yonye struck It old boss" he. announced i
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;'M>4; $M&t": 1 **! Mr. Bowser. as he.-' straightened" upBtltlly. married his model I suppose their positions Florida East Coast Railway

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Jf'&gs; -. r 'Jeered.at by Painter. "How so?" local tune Card No. (7. In Effect September If, 1904. ,

'-\.VZ&&J.' Mr( *} al LesR4 "Ifiyou'd.put In"some lard on top of "{{'ell, he uset\'to make her pose for SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP. .' #

t: .. $ &: tA I th gasoline; you'd have made a greft him and now I suppose she'll make No. 99 No. 29 .0. 18 II.. I.
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-.:=, .. hit!? chuckled the painter. "Doing your him stand around"- Philadelphia Daily Dally Dally q all, .

,..()"" -' ,_, own,work in artier to save a dollar or Press. 6 Wpm 9 loam Lv................Jacksonville................Ar 7 25p01 i OOa.01 a'
$ 'J-I. j 6 Opm' 9 Sam .......... South Jacksonvi le.............Lv lpm 847am721Jpm '
: f. t&$ eh? Not willing to gIa poor 1040am ...............SL Augu.Une.........""..." 615pm 74.01 '
;, :1 .. man;chance; to earn his bread and Ilia Irira. 763pm'111"aIIl .................. Ilatings.................II I Sjpm 849am s.
L\,;. buttery Yab ,00'such men as your' Mr. Xewritch-James, send to theflorist's 8 'Ipm 11 Sam It ................E8.t: 'alalk&..............." 6 2Opm. 6 I IIOIUDIi

J'' &:(.m 12 rom Ar................... .................... 4 65pm 6 O Is.
.'i...-Itt. '' {', M : iowsetlald' down" his brUsb and for several dozen. of the choic 7 43pm 1110&01 Ly...................l'alatka..................Ar Ii t5pm 8 Siam

} ( I called the painter names., He .went bouquets: he has. 92pm; ............ Ar................ IlU [ateo.................Lv ............ 6 15&11I >
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"- 1.B .. clear back fd 'the landing of the pil- The Butler Yessir. What may I Inquire 513am Lv..S&n. 1lateo. ..... .....Ai 25pm .t.$
-; 3I i:.i.: 9 arpm 12 3pm Lv.................. .................. i 3Opm Skll. :F'911pm
I do with 'em?
''. 'f it grims to prove that the average house shall 12401'01 ..................Dupont.................. 4 2.l.m $ 3M1a ,' -
. .J': painter wasTwrthout ambition or honoror Mr. e\Hit'h-Use 'em In the cellar.I 948pm 11:11'01: It .................. Ormond .................. :1 b6pm I Ours
itw 100'pm 21pm .. .................. Daytona.................. 345plll t 48im
Ind strr. The painter put down his heard of old Van Itox boastin' about 1013pm 13h"m It ................J'ort OranlZe................ 3 33pm t 371m t-
,9.1k ladder and bucket and called MK Dowser the fine bouquet his wine had last 103"Im OOpm Ar................ t'w Smyrna................ 315pm 41:ain

< .:BEY.. a liar. He also backed up against night,,.an' I ain't goin' to let him beat It loam 4 44pn1 Ar'............... Lake 11t'I..u.L\ lOOpm 615pmit !
} :Sam 4 Mpm "1.........:.....tlrange'ity..t" U 50pm b r;lpm
.Y. ".,(; the fence in his excitement and rubbed me.Cbit'ago.neco l.Herald. 11111101 1) Wpm "X..OrangeUtyJuncUon...........:" 12 45pm. 550.m104pm x

.'.* i i off most of the paint that had been put 210pm Ly...............New Smyrna................ \r 3 05pm 4 05&m.1110l'm
h t, Cure for Sore Nipple 24/tpm ..................O .k .................. 2 4Qpm a Slllam
t on ,p. few minutes before.,>> He was a 11 Mpm 3 161'01 Ar...."............Titusville.................. 2 Opm 3 OOam .

; : "'i". peaceful man,he.said.. He was not one As soon as the child is done nursing it l4tm'- 5 Wpm irl.................. ;:; ................... 11 &;am II rUpm rtt
..; J.'. ; of those men who cannot see a canary apply Chamberlain's Salve. Wipe; it o8'with :.IJ.m 1t slam Lv;.................. .................. 3 r>Open lllOam1151rru

'" -1 a soft doth before allowing the 31m Lv.................: \ !.................. ii-ii 3 wam .
.1 \ SHE MADE A TJTTil. SPEECH.palnterto bird without wanting- pick up a child to nurse. Many trained nurses use 1231am 3 51pm ......................' oa...................Lv 121Im 22'Im
?- _,. THZ3T crowbar-and pound'Its' brains out, but 12 Slam 3 Stpm .................Ioet.I\'Ig-e................ 19pm 9 UlaJD
y4 ... go'over that fence with: then'and there this with the best results.: Price 25 cents 1.011101 42lJm .. .................1'al1 iailie...........;.... .. 124ipm 147am
.J i- ': a yet he.would cheerfully per box. For sale: by all druggists and 11lim: 4 3OI'm .................I.'lbourne................. 12 T pm 1 Slam a-
4 : f, '&\ cost? '. He would, be from four days to fight Mr.' Bowser to the.death. Bones medicine dealers. *> 1 iitllm 51uI'm i .. ................. 'etJatian ............ .... .. 11601:: 1253&m
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.' week and he would steal half the and shed 2 47ttm I 6f\'I.m' SL Lucie. ........... lO j&m 12 Wn't
rf. a : might hare been broken blood Seism 61I'm: .................rt I'll'rre..............,. 10501&01 ,1155pm
" .... ,:: paint at that., I has a the time. and the h d'nota.friendof the painter's come 3 i\1.\IIm I 6 ::ipm ...................Tit-balli.................. .. 1017am 111l1pm .
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" : ". inclination\ and I khall do the work. along and Informed him that the president I 6 4pm ......,............Jl'o-en.:".."...".."....".."..".. 10 tNm 11 ll1blm341Jllm OIIJ1m ,

$\ There will be no slopping around as of the Rapid Working Painters' CASTOR IA 3 .lam 6 571.111 II ................... tuart.................. .. 1U OOlim 10 59pm420cm
T23pm .. ................IlobeSound................ 931am 109pm #
1 .F it'; '" you .call It Not one drop'of paint will onion had just fallen dead of heart disease For Infants and Children. -I40r.m I -IOIm I ............. .We tJu1'i1er. ...... .... s main 1000pmi '- v
be wasted. and that there was a chance for : Liam 81ilpm ..............iVe.t1'am.ea.h............. II H .s.am 9 :IIp01SI'In1
11 Yif 8 41 pin .................. oyntOD.................. .. 110&01 9011m
There WM No C,e to Argue. him to fill the vacancy. TIle Kind You Hare Bought .. .. .... .. .. ..
: Always Slam: 800pm ..... ... Betray .. .............. lam! 850pm
t Mrs. Bowser saw that it was no user Nothing happened for' the next ten C .1&1111 ft OJlm N'Y..............fort Lauderdale.............. .. 7 :'fiam 1 b9pm
; Ii i\iam 947pm 1, ....................Dania ................... .. 'l19a.m 160lm 1
r !. ;to argue the .point. She ,knew how minutes. Mr. Bowser went on with his mtrkff 7'Jam Mrm .................Hallandale..VUam 13'pmS
things would turn out, and she, knew work and recovered his good nature =: 7 ,l\m 19201>m ................I.emon'lty................ 643am 711pm
;I }, ; MJI\m U 3OI.m t Ar.................. lIliml................. 6 35am 1 (tpmS
i : .it.. ." 4. that Mr.. ,Bowser, would paint, that and he was wondering whether-he, OUI1I- ............ ,Lv:.................. lIaml...................; ............ 3 Wpm
!. iJ\i -2 ': : fence :even If an earthquake came ought to hare mixed a little kerosene 10 :Xltlm j.. ... ........ i,Ar;................ltome>telid................ L\'I............. 12 ZOpmiint '

along and heaved it out of the ground with the gasoline when a fat woman --
(; Parlor Cars on trains 20 ant j 5. Buffet Slt leei'ln g Cars on trains CO and W.Mo. .
: f{<: # whiled be waaxat work;; She therefore came along and halted. She' had n ATLANTA l>aily.except,no-lay.:_ ,, '
be daughter working as cook in a family -- --- =
and
t Braised no further objections, got : fNO-n: I.
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I '., T. ,llnto' an old suit and began looking upi named Scher'merhorn, and she wantedto 23 1 I No.21 'i' No.1 9 Daily I MAYPORT BRANCH No.15 No. 20 110.n : .1
SL'nrtaytOnly Sundae I :
S.a/ay :
tc thee ask Mr. Bowser It he was the man. Daily Except Dally Daily
h'- the necessary things; He upset BIRMINGHAM ; Only i ; Sunday Only

\ .I'K .< cook the kitchen the shed the basement If so. sue wanted to tell .her daughterthat : I 1
: 2rtrr 101Oam'610pm' 900tlm :Lv..Jaek.onviile.. ; ........Ari74.5am! 12SOI.m $ :XJr01
I. !t'i and the whole house for an hour cooks had become so scarce that 2 \ i'mllu ham! tj lbpm: tIim ..... uuth JacklDville..J.v 737&10112 22pm 5'pm
: could sass their mistresses with ? : .l.mil0 5Oam i 16 5opm. 93'llm I :: .........'aM.) Reath........ 7 irndmi 11 5'wm I 14 Upm ,
to they
i' '. before he was ready go to work CHATTANOOGA 2 4;.m 10 5.,am '6 pm': 9 Ih&m I ......\tJal\tlc tt'a.h....... 7 11I..U1 14 hJtID ,
; '1 : ,.1,; and then in mixing his paint he got out fear of discharge. In fact she did 3l.' m 1110dln 7 1UpmLto, .li.m, j. ............aypor ..........LV. -'j&WJ 00I&ID1 11 Wow ;4 5ipm '

f \ fi. hold ofa: 'can of gasoline Instead of ask him, and he turned to see that she -

.,!} J ..'linseed .oil and made free use of it. was rubbing the paint off his fence. PENINS11AR I AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP, CO SECTlOAT'!MIAMI., 4 ;

(, ''" 'the, moths off the Woman Abates Him. LOUISVILLE -
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Close Connection Made at I'liamiitb Steamships of the P. & 0. S. 5. foopaiy. ,

[ t :;:!Ji... ..' '* fencer :asked Mrs. Bowser when she "Haven't you got eyes woman? Havana and K y"f :'f:.

\ ; .' 'dilcov red what he had done. Haven't you got a nose:" he yelled at __ --_ ..

! "Nerer mind about the moths," he CINCINNATI SOUTHBOUND 1 I. NQR'THBOUHD

i as he went on whistling and her.She jumped back and saw the state I.'.- '.::.'."SITii,: <'<-lays. Saturdays....114'1 pm J.1 -\\\XhUr'l'lI1J": : ..... .. J" ''n'a
: replied ; \\t-! .V.V1n.-iav.. "miJay... IW'i-m I ArKKYVKT ...Thnr.. c.. H :
r.r stirring. "I was painting fences when of her dress and then she made a little Artt.\\: : .re.luewlars.. ..... .. II (.Im i I I 1.. 1.I! S'Sil::...,.rbUi..v. ,. :Jnae.YJpw. uptnI.vKFC'.BEST.
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directed Mr. Bow- Ar 111YAS.1..T AM It '
dolls It at l"( 'Il
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yet. playing
; yon were CHICAGO ___ _. u _
, y and Ijjaever made a mistake yet. ser. She referred to his squatness, to Atlditional Sailings between I Key West and- Havana. i.

= After spattering up the kitchen floor his fatness to his bald head, to his
j f v KEY 1VE'.T..llundays.Fridays.... 8 30pm: 1.v Itt\'.\" \..Tn.- !Rv---nr.laee.ll'-1,1'i1
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t 'until it looked as if it bad had a case being so far below the average jackass Ar 11.\\:\\.\...Ti'-elays, alurdays... 6tJaiwr; KEY V.r.>T. I'uesJ. iy ,?'a.r\.'aye tt .dpa
his work lu of intelligence that It was' useless -- -- --,
i i 'g Of measles be went gayly to point

r let him alone to waste English: as taught at Trains Discliarge Passengers :,t.Ship's_ Sie. Nw. Irarr.. $.
. s .on the fence.' The, public : Southern RailwayBEST -- -_-._- --- -- --- -"- .- -'-- .
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i until he had coated six feet of the out school No. 4 on him. He sought to The -; T'mcable-shu'vthnt'mesatntrhtoin-i; .: w'--- .'tort' rti'i...rtfr
her her torrent < tbo-e\ernl-Jutions,but their arrival departure the t.utry .- .te<, ;irin'rntMCvmj -\
along and break in on and interrupt ni i? ; c.
. 't. .f', aide of It. Then a man came .
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; '?' .asked where Jones lived. Jones had of words, but he might; as well : .. ,: .

:re :'" : -, :.rot some uoods on the installment plan have tried to stay the Johnstown flood For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Inforim..on

] be found at the address She talked for fire minutes and then "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
:-:/. .. -and could riot "FLORIDA LIMITED"
! 't < <. Ninety-nine men out at..every went her way to leave his mind in a Asst. Gen'i Pa ST.
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..: given.; J. D. RAHNER, s. AUGUST FLrkDo
.' *hundred will lean, on a fence if it is whirl. He had to go all over the ---- .. - -- .
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bY' aaiingwhere Jones painted part again and he had only gotIt LEAVES, --
<: :. handy when You Want to Know AH About the
.' Hres. This 'man did, _He rubbed.his. nicely finished when two men came

'f : ::"i! back up and down against the pickets along with a trunk on a wheelbarrowand Jacksonville 7.45 P. M

t .!. and the fresh,'paint. fora' couple of started to turn in at the gate. EAST COAST OF FLORIDA? $'
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J' : minutes before he made any discoveries. "Here! Where you going? was demanded SOUD TRAIN
of them.
j Then he 'Jumped away just as Fruit
I Especially regarding mwing Tracking and
"I've brought trunk one of them
|[r.Bowser sang out to him: my Finest Dining Car Service. Very Bet General Farming? If so, subscribe for tbe.........?

A ,; '. j. j."Say, you blamed Jackass, what are explained. Day Coaches. Through.Pullman. Sleepers!!
"' -bat have you brought it here for?" FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMEBEEKER. ;
f '" : ;'u trying to do there r' v_ LOCAL SLEEPER TO ATLANTAFor
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1 hurt In JI.n.his feelings. CASrORA.lilt Rates, Routes or Reservationsg' rail PRICE 50 CENTS PER ANNUM.

:., % J { VII to this point he had had every confldeno .
t! MT4Boirer, .Now it was < JAMES FREEMAN HARRY L BROWN, Bnsinw Manaeer, St. Angnstine, Fla.

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/A t fl' "fM'. "-:'$-><,-,:W"'.,, 'itJtYl;::; 'ji'-: to" the :BeckIdenAeetyleoe "".Mr.. E, l ; ; SABAMHLL/L/ TITUSVILLEFLORIDA: ? :': :

)lamp'thfai week, which will be mmbenof : ersIAmYloJI. ...

..,.' fi' ; i vtaand.OIJ''I.. : t' forger TlMdaY auead ], .. eietal W.yalriiat*- L.BRADY& K t"
BRO.
: ;t* ,!. JPtMwfyoof' want soda,personals and _bleb.Ibo.. of all oar MdtoiBM. E. ,.

\ :orderittt Job printing to THI Bret,oflSce.Phon of ..s regular with Ayers I

;1 c' lIt ,' : Bo.-' 302. -" sewing purpose bag, ,: hasten recovery. Groceries, Hay, Grain, and all Food, Product
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l '.MAfe &nd..ACbeDtoM;In South Flor'Uitf Brady and We bandit produce fall kinda. We are agents for Mapes'Fertilisers.-deal uclut nly *.
; t .,,tVt Andrew ;P.,Canon.can beporchased. Mrs. 101r'. Minstrels la the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all eouomen. Write u for ra&a w
.,;,;,, ,i..@:;', : .".from ,our townsman' Mr.1 Grain and all Groceriee,delivered at Jour statton. .1'':.L.BEADY A DBa.,Trrw xu tt, us..
;' "; ,,:- ""' fABdrew.Canova. Price 35. cents.: The contest Mississippi Moraine Dispatch. '
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r : :.f t::' Secondhand bestial! wanted.if Host The. ..' class minstrel attraction

r > be in good order. .Address M. ate Breaa m chair warmers, indif S J.NORTON.: ,

:: '."' 'it: offieBj. :gf rig full.narticalars';i' .and- 'prlae.. ,The. and at tiresome'the Grand"heac by and Groceries Ha1 of

1 Winetton 8. Banning: ,has;the largest 3rd, Barlow Mioatrels Satur Staple FancyVEGETABLES Produce; l rln4 ,

ii; ,line of op-to-dat clothing, .made by Feaster A. night 'The' ensemble .4 fFECI4'LTY !
."- .. :. Schlose Bros'. Suits 18,$lo,$12 60,$15.00, Bessie Cree an airship and .
__ = $17 JiO and $22.50. Tltvusxrlllo: I I P1orid.a.
; t day Dec. stage the brightly colored ,
!, n ;The auxiliary sloop .Stranger, fromNew cnlmination costumes and snappy J. LOBILLABD. JB. LEON 8. WILSON

York, to Miami lf" piloted to thiaplace H;. rs were a decided novelty

.' ;, Wednesday :from New Smyrna by and eon of new and pleasing. LORILLARD BOAT 'COQ.

b '; apE, Disk McCarthy. W. 8. a singing is especially

$ Mr.G.W.: Lunar,of Quincy,-state meth.s the Granby Huffman Wolfe and TituHVille: P1or1d.a ,

h' ...cal examiner of convicts to examine the bride bone 'the ballodiste, and Engines Installed and. Repaired by Expert Gasoline Engineersj

= -f, 'physical and sanitary condition of the ladies of I Gates and' Dan dolt, Agents, for Tennaat&Monahaa motors Moore moton, Hartford moton,Auto-lIariDe moton '
\tnr convicts and camps. here. hearty ., being especially and District Agents for the Lathrop motorMAB.EN&J
...;, -"" Some of the jokes, recogniz : :R.ATT.11VAY .
Y.x-: Mrs. J. W. Merrill, of Kansas City,
i* ., Mo," accompanied, by her niece, Mrs.. One in a new guise, were Careful'attention given to. : e
( :: have arrived at the Merrill winter than usual and among the
. i Upton", LAUNCHES STORED, FOE THE SUMHEfi

-_ .....t home, at Tropic, for the season.yr Fine Cut toilet glass things escaped particular ..; ...... -
{!J : OIL W. H. Sebring, of Jacksonville,

s!; .WM in,Ala section last Friday and Saturday strong. thoroughly diversi 'S THE BLAKESLEE
'S;:' in the interest of Messrs. Sgobel & \
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it is one of the best min
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: Day auction specialists, of New York
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The
>n and much better than engine we want you to know all
w city. about. Power, long life,< simplicity reliability
size and ostentation
1--( Perhaps you need a bracer, something Fine & and price. Price U last'to be
each season. considered but important just the same.
1- 1 that will five yon energy, life and ambi
;.: tion., Asoggestion: Try I. W. Harper always brings an en Let us sell you a Blakeslee engine, then
whiskey Sold by H.,Y. Pitts and F. A. ) oiever company to thil!' we will sell them to your friends. The :
? Blakeslee is a repeater. Ask the man who
Losley.' \ and can depend on a has one. Horizontal, vertical, portable,
Mr. T. A. Smailes, of Etna Green, Mr. W. A. ,in future visits. His at hoisting, and pumping ,
,", Ind., who spends his winters on the east ered two to minstrelsy. Send for catalogae.
coast waters of Florida every year/is a jJ
'Y f. late arrival at Daytona, where his house place in will show at Titoaville
.' boat was laid up last summer.. Saturday ni da1 night, Dec. 19th .
\ f TlTUSVlL1.K,FLA. .. ,
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Winston
and again on sale at 8
* :fcv. Mr. Webber, who has been appobriad -
f' -j.- by Bishop Gray to take charge of cy of voting erved seats 1.00,general e
the Episcopal churches at Titnsville Coooa election. r't ,children 23 cents.
Eau GaMe aDd Melbourne, held service attended WHITEHALL PORTLAND CEMENT

Y i ing.,in 8L Gabriels church Sunday morn- court house : to Boy Holiday Goods

k o Rev. Myres buy holiday goods,
"- Postoffice Inspector D. E. Beatty, of er and holds novelty your store. I 500 Barrels will be received in the next }
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the southern district of Florida, was in books, pictures, games,
3 a. Titnsville several days last week for the his candy etc. 60 days. Costs a little more than other cement -
purpose of making annual inspection and question I. M. DODSOJJ *
.1. r attending 4'otber matters the faculty but is better.

:Winston 8. Branning, is sole agent for in per Received EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,
.tiwUUwin Clapp shoes. the finest dressk would
k ;of. hoe in the world. cear white oak boat lum Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material
in need of oak.
The trim launch Lucile, 35 feet long, Lumber&Supply Co Eau Gallic, Florida.
.: & .*' with cylinder Lamb motor stopped ,Now on Eau Gallic, Fla.
here yesterday on her way from Daytona
1 s to Fort Pierce with Mr. Dwyer, son of ties and Notice VICTOR
I one of the famous turf men by that name, pressly for -

4 ; on board with ft.party of friends., or suitable one pair I Newman! D. D. S.of, of West the Palm firm jfJUP 'I Talking MacMnes Supplies and

ps The houseboat Everglades, now such $100, $1.S, I in Titusville for a few 'I '
bred at Daytona,' owned by CoL R. M. Mail to attend to any den- J Records sold by the
-iO. ... Thompson.. of New York, will be equipped or postage has his office in the brick I
i1, "" with the DeForrest system of wireless the court house, where
; telegraphy by the time Col. Thompson The to see all who want INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE ..
cornea down to cruise the waters of done. *

the east coast. '' .TITOSV1LLE FLORID
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REPAIR SHOP
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Holiday Dances
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for repairs to Henry
;;4 is r, The Titosville Social club will give Rev. Wm. work thoroughly done NEW CASH GROCERY STORE.
three dances daring the remaining part Grange on breech tightened equal .
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:t of December, viz: On the nights of at TItosville! stocked and shotguns
: K* Thursday, the 20th; Tuesday the 25th, Benecke, Titnsville, Fla.
*Vjv and Monday, the 31st.: The admission Rev. J. B. A FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. '
"u will positively be $1.00 for gents. giana HAY, GRAIN, FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLESWe
7 p. m. Draying buy as low as possible and sell for cash; therefore sell the cheapest.
i v Power Boat Capsized mon will of all kinds prompt Look over our stock and get our prices before buying.
the cause Meets all trains. Stove Corner Main and Hopkins Streets *
While the schooner Eleanor, with her terest of all times.
.fl' owner, Mr. H. B., lace on board, was H. E. HoLTOJf, G. EC. HEATH eft; OO.. e
under sail Tuesday afternoon just off Tituaville, Fla. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .
r b: town in the bay, during the very stiff ;' '
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northerly wind that prevailed, the powerboat
In Kline's
,. a Toppan whale boat was capsized.A Pitts ggggtl _rrft.
distress signal was hoisted and Mr. J. .
and Leon to R. L. MOTLOW
Lorillard Jr., Wilson went to
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?* .' i their aid. The power boat was soon you
? righted and bailed out, none the worse good The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.
: for the capsize except the action of the it clothing.makes .
salt water upon certain parts of the no t
,. ,. motor. them. If
we have '
in knee or MACHINE SHOPS
CHRISTMAS GOODS HOLIDAY to$7.00. y .
Dolls Guns Handkerchiefs e
Toys Aluminum Toilet sets Xf

aaSfo 1 .. Games Trains Travel'g novelties Steel Doll go wagons-carts Telephone Plumbing andJ$}leta1WorkBUILDERS' .

5 ASi? Books cases Magic lantern THE .
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Drama BanksAoto. Albums
\.ft. Cbu./'A. Gardner,'. 'Phone 34. Provides hot HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS

:I Titusville;Florida. erlooking consultation toilets on ,


*S hmi i4 Zooms Wanted rooms free Agricultural Implements

ii Man and wife wish; to :rent for the and weekly 'iI *, t
i .winter:; a'jvatt?rornuhed, cottage,. or a For guests, '
few ferpiabed rooms suitable ,for light ine. Wines, Beers, 'SANFORD FLORIDA
=G A riosmiUapint. in a small. village away tire building l Stout, Etc. .y :
.. 4om the narraI roD of totariItL PoaBeeaion indnight, :
wanted at' once! Write particulars and trains, only and COCOA, FLORIDA "

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