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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 21, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00396
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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:; ;:i .. to wad jus their order for a pair of Queen M01QAT,,DKEUSEB.24, 1906.: --- : :ri -; "' '..-l1", ;;.,
.' ., \r.fJ.: {of; ff.P" rcB'Bl fotfi-7.ahoe&1JW.;bane; ',just received AND INCIDENTS AND PERSONALSSomething ;
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J',.:,.. t .. ": which ia by far the Cbiltoo'broadcloth, 54 inches wide, excellent J
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', -:';! "I .iW f' _'l-c;liWirt \_ halloo tawille-knbwn the very beat shoe> the made world for over ladies.Wepsyeipreeaor u. PersoDil Parinpts'Abcit'people tot per. English yard Monday broadcloth only,also$1.49.54 inches wide, } iboat ttf' People(of Tltw- J

if'F.c.-l"'h. l it: pI8tag8 00 all out of True Here'ud Ttoe all colon including tan,' gray navy blue fillflisTliByCflfflfliidGoThe :'. :< Jj 4

.{ 'j;!: ,II R. \ fF IOn o'deI'L' and black and white, special $1 25 per ._ ; .
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::i" .h' .mu.-- :.B-. :)i; i ; W. For. fine shoes, go .Winston fine : ;. "
-... ,.<,."" 'ti1i p., -Jt'. "" {" "_ -... .... .. ::<_ .... Beautiful plaid worsteds, ,very nice for
.. ."...,.t'..,.;">' : r".Jftt.'W'_.u.JI.U........;....''<"' Jf." : $.t, 'The.ClothinJr.Sk>re, nin '. children's dresses, 36 inches wide, special too ft Branning'g. 'fl-' F ':' ;!;:
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Titnsville
11JaeajJOrbf; ; irl ttaouth t i1...OJ.:'i.JQ ".- ,}""' .>- Mr. E. M. Holman,.otDaytona,'spent 25 cents per yard. Telephone service will b4: closed :from' 1f

., ,, -..,.,: __.. ;: ; ',' '. Black mohair,52 inches excellent qual 10 o'clock to 3:30 m. Christmas day. "
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: y" :: THusville.HolzerCabot p. !
& .:.. '' xtveilicesg 6w Sunday, : vi-.
..- ';q naiioii;,",. .-u : XotoxBoatKoteaMr. .
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: v '! ,, .. Ity.worth 75" cents, Monday only 59
Baseball
t"'j,,, <-'*'''-''''' J'.t.* \ '" ,'": bats, mask8Po6t, cardsalbnmaj 't 4.ifz .
Q ......it.I"' Air magneto for sale, brand ,
l .i' 1I e 1ID' : : Geo. ;:Gingrts,' of Roekledge, has ; cents. Cake stands Collar
boxes GARDNER'S.If t.
;; .fI" ..hq: 'oetliafnemYdl1i "dices entered -Mr,MiddUby's fast motor boat new.. Inquire at THE STAB office.Children' White linen table cloth;64 inches wideguaranteed .ii i
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: \ Palm all linen Monday only, 69 you want any shoes remember'we i." ., ,
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L.;;;: ::: .t..fr ,._ "" the;;Katherine, in all the events Doll '
.t *lifit..... :; .. table.and pastry sets cents all the makes ladled '
,3 tw .. .SAM..a, P'W' Beach in which this boat can qualify. per yard. carry leading in ;..
:' ''';*''''J.f'?;'''''vL..::..botidot 'Melbtigrne,: ; .'paid This racer has just been completed and trunks. Steel' doll carts. ,. GARDNER'S!. Special prices in ladies' ready made gents' and c h'ld ren' \ et .:.:

\V "r lr.bll hi.r abe is a flier as well as a beautiful model the best shoes coats.Ladies'. 8.&f. ;" ;
,. i At Winston, S. Branning's Julius Kline Titusvllle. : ., '
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: "" cravanettes made in the latest ;
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.'h"....'... r'afteP. -:; and fine'. :of workmanship:
i:' :>f.. ,...1.8a& : in the city in all shapes, sizes and prices. c'
"ii tagmildeiotbeliteetea KatheriDe 1.32 feet long 4 feet beam, styles ranging in price from $5.98 to ,The Order of Eastern Star installed UaJ .h .

r i. i lJ and:baa a::8 cylinder,'60 h. p. Jaeger 'Phone your want ads, personals and $18.00. % officers for the ensuing year at the meet* .- --i !-

; __jflOJoOto. ,'$ .&..OOa id motor to propel ber orders for job printing to THE STAR. office. Ladies' black mercerized underskirts, ing held Tuesday evening. W;
:ft1fr.l ..v-.H ".c... ...:..;. SK- I---1* Mr. Gingrai\will also install a new 3 could hardly be told from silk with wide s .
.. 'Phone No. 302. <
\auitjorgpll Rev. ;
Wm.
':!'rfw."CIIII.; : in the ruffle and accordion pleated, worth $2.00 Stones will preach at Indianola :
; motor
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; :? it1.'3 Y=QiptuWaL 8httrpe..'of 8hsrpeawal I J. H....1 rby,01. ,Bockledge, re from. the Canaveral club ,on account of Special comforts price.on wool, blankets, and and fat Titnsville at 7:30 p. m.

1 'iovi ithis fir*,of the.week on \business!I .placing,Mr. Giniws a S.cylinder is also Clifton doing;, work' oh Mr continued ill health.. quilts Special( prices)on ladies' ready made Mrs. J. Begg arrived home Saturday '

,. ,}J.'s .,_, ,.,._..._ .':' 'iarmtiot... .., ...... .his.,'. .old,. ..,.,time. .'. friends. > I E. F. Coolers-cruiser,'.the East .Wind :Tb<5 most desirable Christmas presentsfor shirt. waists and skirtiMisses' the night from Jacksonville," where she was '
'v.":&;!: '> -.l Norfolk made in
sweaters k
'., r.J" )..; W'laIt. n'-&';Braoning, hit.'be. largestiw which trie carried Boct.1'fiii: week young and old are .found at Manda : worth 00 called by the illness of her Vaster. _" ,
$2 Monday
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:t\S 'A;'sio offo&0-"';' ."', ,elothing; ;:'iriade', byhJossBTO I, to have some : in ville's Jewelry Store.MeeenFnnk only up &odaw'.yle$1.49, colors, red, white,;and ox Mr. F. T. Budge and wife left Miami! > _

-' i' :" .."<,.%' '.:Bats- t8;l1 ,tll 50' ,$lb.oo, I i from terior;before Lansing,Mr.,Mich.Cooley,.,about,comes the.first sooth of : if.'Wilson, W..C. Peter. ford. Wednesday for this place in their launch .: '

';"i t 2' "1J1O sod $225.50::J x4xrutWIgItinai1terdaughter Januarys .The East Wind win brought soft and Tom Knight, of Canaveral, were Special price on towels. to spend Christmas week in Titusville., _

t Mrs I back to THusyflle before going into coin aft hi tOn the. first of. this week, yard Black guaranteed taffeta, 36 worth inches $1.50 wide special every Fresh bread, cakes, pies and fancy pastry \ "
... the southway ., mission.: 3f ,. Gingras has also built a t '. ,.
.?);;-"i 'tiJ. BaDkd.rUI, .,. . .,. 1 on' i yacht tender for.Mil!. Cooley which will ...Mni Nett'jfl G.: Cleveland, of Arcadia, $1.00 per yard. received from Sanford Fla, daily.. '
'[__;pxitr1'neadtfs D their' .to, Boy s and youths' suits at prices. Phone 11. C. C .
special
"(f d b' I be'' fitted with apedally made motor. for and"twobabiee has been here on a visit IJJXl. ..... 5

1ff#,. .. ;\?,:..I$4; ::... '.iy "1'.Ii.-, ,'... )f I .a.runaboQt and tender.' 6;}M .pWV 9.%ilee,_She expects to visit worth White 75 shirt cents waist yard linen Monday inches only wide 89, Winston S. ,Brannicg bee the largest 4
.d" Master Mark Mr. J.:. Lorillard Jr. of the Lorillard per ,
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-:!' '>:,' "i; .'. : I! relatives attfcnaveral:. tomorrow.. cents. line of boys' and girls' shoes ever shown
"I>lotiro'nboes'depa>iinre for Miami bid I BoatsCo.,hat the frame up andal\taDk- -
S +; Mail Tituaville.
: fatbeeecotumns ed for: a'file-botrom cruising power boat 'Dr.; E, H. Armstrong, the well known orders promptly filled on any of in We guarantee every pair.; < 3
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'f'1i..JjIcJ.bi i the
above
about 351:',feet over all, and 8 feet beam. goods. Mr. W. J. .
: .. eye specialist, ,will. be down the East JULIUS KUKS < Duncan has been enjoying a ig
t &b8if"-.b borne after-: ,
4tir .. Wednesday. The builds built for hard service and -
..:- 'rf1(i-1i ) .' Coast on his next professional visit within Titusville, Fla. visit of several days. this week.with bin p .
:. !:,,,,;.' ., ,:-_: ;. y..,;>: the power_will;be'a 10 h. p. Palmer- #
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'. ", "(,,,,,.1'v.: -.'p spa:. :needs bracer' something- !' Moore open base two cycle motor.. 7 a few weeks. Notice, giving dates!, Telephone No. 8. son, Mr. W., B. Duncan, or New YQik' '

I you 1,. Messrs. Ronald & Fiake;of ,Cocoa are will appear sOon. who returned north yesterday. '' '/V.
1: :,F: tbal rig give yoo iaeTgji i ,life. and ambi- putting a 4 cylinder 10 II: p. Buffalo Barlow Minatrela :First Claw .:
lV( spot ':'A mk nr Tr1I: W. .HarperBYPittsandF. .motor this week in their fast motor boat Mr. A. H. McKeown, of Rockledge, The popular 12 size ,gents' watch iafef,

":-Rblakej. 8ota b, : A.an"octogenarian Ram, formerly ,known as the "23". replacing who recently arrived there to spend the J. A. Coburn's Barlow Minstrels gave gold filled case, guaranteed 25 years, \

.l ,I" t ,Ltie e1. \;. ,;;. : a Demoqy two cylinder special.., .finter,:paid THE STAB office a pleasant a first class entertainment in every re with 15 jewel Elgin movement. 115.75 at "*_ # ,

<- :;!! ... i-r.; 'J. 'uo-:.')$ 0 r'1i' Mr. .H. W. .Beany, of Stuart, is now call. last Saturday afternoon. spent at B opera house Wednesday G. L: Mandaville's Jewelry Store. 4 .
( building a motor boat for use:as a freight! : night and they played to the best crowd
i .'\t, a.ll'Ittibq_h jDdrwi whq'spent i last boat and also will mn ;tatside.v The A new time card-goes into eSecrtomor- seen here for' months. Those of our A card just received from Mr. Geo. U'J a *'

::"1 4J .i cHF t ,:;,.\ aavarrfveidiaat'Fnridiy. .length overall is 34 feet, sharp:at both i row on the F. E. C. Southbound trains Irwin, Havana, Cuba announces thatY (:_
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.if': "r :b i ends, 10;feet ibeam: ,>*IA!'jiui model. will arrive theater-going people who usually carelittle
.$Jj ; (10.. stoy-fortb'winter" .and at 2:55 p..m. and 10:38 pp m., The Alcazar in that city will ppea.as a v '
While this 'will be a hollbQilt.for heavy for "minstrels said they enjoyedthis

B-:<. place, .1-
>r }nTitnavtlle: this\weekand made Tua tended. The motive power will be a 12 !3:45 p. m. arriving at 1:35 p. m. and 9 which is really saying a good deal. Contractor Hall and bu force of car f
h. Lamb.
;irru'i 11 STAB .office a shortbusiness call Tuesday. p. I p. m. Northbound mail closes at post- Every feature of the evening was new, penters completed most of the work on r'-

'fJ ,JProt-Scnell. expects, to lead-in a movement Chriatma Presents office atJlS'p. m., southbound at 2:25 sparkling with fun and snappy-no drag- the Gaulden cottage last week and the

'; s 1 'shortly t that will be greatly to the Now on exhibition 500 beautiful neck p. m. ging between the specialties and the : building is now in the hands of Artist
Indian River ties and silk suspenders, made up expressly Eldred
.iibeuefltofmarketing: oran- and helpers for and
for Christmas presents. One tie COME AND SEE singing and music en eemble was all up- painting
,.
..- 0' or one pair suspenders to' the box, most One thousand dollars' worth of to-date. This company will draw a full papering. rAfter

k C The,, steamer Canaveral'l left the first of suitable present for a gentleman. Prices HOLIDAY GOODS house whenever they come this way spending taboo"' six weeks inCuli

this week': for City Point, 'where Capt. $100, $1.25. $1.50 and $2 00 each. Fine toilet cases, hand and paintedchinaCut fireworks again. From here they went to Daytona.The R. A. Conking, of THlman, has*, '.. .x
Bamsey house Mail orders a specialty, we pay expressor glass ware toys '' '
4e' ; baa a contract for mot PRICES EIGHT returned home more firmly impressed
?
postage on all out of town of orders.
ingkJrMr.. T. Av Robli eon, and fromthew'gOMito WINSTON 8. BRAINING, Indian River Drug Company Show ia ComingA than ever with the fact that Florida Is a "

..Georgians' perform a The Men' and 8Os' Clothier Cocoa, Florida, Great and Honest Show is the title much more desirable place to live in a '

x; i *.Kmilaf operation for Mr. F. W.. Mnnson.Mr. Furnisher'Hatter and Outfitter that Sun Brothers, owners of Sun Broth. than Cuba.

'te;. ,W.: Hi Hall purchased: one of the v Titusville, Fla. Brevard Votea Dry ers' .Railroad Shows, Trained Animal Mr. Arthur G. Eastman and wife, who :

; '-finest. upright grand pianos made by "Slag to Flag Motor Boat Bace The result of the wet and dry electionin Exposition formances seen have in justly its earned.rings and The on per.its are living in the Hall cottage, had an ex "
Brevard Tuesday not to
SO" Ludwig' Co:/of New: York City, last If present plans are carried out Miami either side but was a against surprise the elevated stages are acknowledged as the citing experience Sunday. While sailing r 5

,'. week from Indian'River Music House for will, have a series of motor boat races sale of liquor was considerably larger than epitome of excellence, while the deportment off the Boye place, three miles eontk of ..

his:little* daughter, Miss. Willard., The early in February, terminating with a the most sanguine advocates of the dry of the attaches is such to be far town, the center board of their boat '

t' 'ia6Is'.tt beautifully figured walnut and race across the gulf to Nassau N. P. side anticipated.We beyond reproach. Innovations and bold ,sprung a leak and the water rushed in so _.
'. For some time past Mr. W. J. Morgan, have received returns (unofficial) enterprise have stamped the present
fast that Mr. E. had
leave
to the boat and
admired by all who,see it.: tenting season as the most remarkablein
prompter, and Mayor Sewell, Mr. W. H. from all the precincts"Which give a majority i
Merrill and o'bers.have been favor of the history of this great amusement take to a skiff he had in tow. He succeeded .
of 170 in
working
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Branning left Mon on a dry county, as
afternoon for Paim Beach where the project, which now seems near a follows: institution. The Sun Brothers' Shows in getting the sailboat to the west '
Ar day. will exhibit Titusville
at Saturday
on ,
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successful culmination. DRY WET shoal of the river, where she was after.
Mr.' Branning will have charge of the According .to the plans it is proposedto Dec. 29th.
ward raised.
,Pj'.:_; F. E. rC X passenger station for this his hold a two days' race on Biscayne LaGrange 10 16 Two performances daily, rain or shine,

..* tIrd.8eIIOD at that winter resort. His Bay, the same to follow the events on Titusville 49 72 2 and 8 p. m. Watch for grand free street Thelethodist conference, which was ,f
Point 22 5
Lake Worth and to close with the first City parade day of show at 12 o'clock noon.
held in Palatka this
adjouned the
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TitOs year
j home .in le'.bl8beeo'reJ1ted. to Cocoa 61 13 No gambling or games of chance allowed
and of the kind
held
only race ever -a
,. ,1'' Mr. Penney,,'of Providence, B. L, who flight across the gulf, 125 miles, to Nas Eau Gallie 49 8 with Sun Brothers' Shows. We carry first of this week. Rev. W. F. Allen was

is.expected to arrive any day. Melbourne 24 5 our own electric. light plantLet ,! returned to TitusvHIe! much to tbe delight i

san.Realizing that this will be a hazardousand Malabar 18 0 of his congregation and friends. This

ife't; lir..Tbos. DeConrcey, who has been more than interesting contest Mr. Georgians 12 3 us fit you up for winter, havingthe will be his third year with us. Rev. ',J
night operator. at the.Titusville F. E. C. Morgan has been in correspondence with Merritt 34 2 largest and most complete stock of
Allen is an ardent worker and has labored
Canaveral 6 4
1**= .station for some! time past has just been the navy department relative to a United ", clothing, shoes, hats, men's and boys' : *
,'Vt! promoted tO the position of day operator States vessel 1 being 'sent as an escort to Grant Haulover 3 4 5 furnishings on the east coast. hard during his stay here and the results'! .

assistant the races. At first he was unable to geta WLVSTOX S. BRASXIXG, of bis efforts are apparent in many ways. : .
and : to" Acting Agent P. H. Banyan 17 1 .t..
definite but the department The Clothing Store,
assurance navy Rev. A. S. Patterson has been appointed
i Wright The promotion a deserved has granted the request and a Titusville, Fla. a '
Indian River Mission.
H 309 139 to Rev. S. W.
l'e one,,forToo has worked himself up warvessel can be sent here to convoy
> The noticeable for the fair- Lawler will be presiding elder of the
the boats across. contest was Tents For Sale
.. rapidjy. by careful'attention to his posi-
ness of the workers on both sides. Only East Coast district.
,' tioDaad duties.,The position of night Fifty McFarland tents, secondhand, ,
four precincts out of thirteen wet .
Pecans For Sale gave
$' J.' in fair"order, cheap. Apply to THE
.. now'fllled by Mr. Thornton viz Titusville very Draying
:operator ts majorities : LaGrange ,
300 shell STAR office.
seedling pecan trees paper Grant and Haulover.The prompt.ly .-
of all
from Ge qIa.'R variety. For sale at 25 cents each. First Draving or hauling kinds '-
to come:first served. A J, CARTER, returns will be canvassed Saturday The Place to Buy Holiday Goods attended to. Meets all trains. Stove '
when the votes wiil beoffically announcedand wood for sale at all times.H. .
CHRISTMAS GOODS HOLIDAY Turnbull Fla. The place to buy your holiday goodscht'ap
the order of will '
ne-v things commence E. HoLTOjr, *
is at the novelty store.A
Handkerchiefs
Guns
i Dolls with Monday, the 24th inst. Titusville Fla.
S
full line of gooks, pictures games,
: Toys Aluminum Toilet sets Indian River Hotel, Recent ArrivalsA The people have spoken in
no uncertain
'' fancy di hew, candy, etc.
4 -"t, Games'novelties Doll go-carts W Weaver, Jacksonville L Geiger. voice regarding the matter and it toys I. M. DODHOX THE INDIAN RIVER HOTEL ',

' Trains. Travel'g ,S&eelwlgOns Dade City; C H Gregory, Atlanta; E A should be the endeavor of everyone to Provides hot and cold baths and inside -

Books 'cases Magic lanternDrama Conrad, :Milwaukee; Arnold A Hepp, see that the law is frespected. We havea Dress Making Parlors toilets on two floors, airy bed rooms overlooking
Banks Au Albums Fred L Rines Boston sheriff and who will do their
Jacksonville John
deputies
; ; '
the river
Mrs. C. A. Krulder has opened dressmaking sample rooms
; CbasGatdner, !Phone 34: Henry, Mrs. B R Wilson City; W L duty in that regard, but they must have consultation cool cozy ;
parlors in THE STAR building, rooms, large dining
T ,Tttusville; Florida. Atlanta W B Duncan N Y L the moral of their constituents in
support
It \ Payne, ; ; ground floor. Trimming hats a specialty. rooms, free library with the leading daily
i1t Moreton Murray, Daytona; J F Gaylordand carrying out the law, which from now on and weekly papers on file, free telephonefor
,' family, Ean Gallie; M Becker Chicago (unless changed by the people them- For Sale guests, free use of typewriting mach
I. ; e, o n keJafoI'E'F '; E V Rosemond New York; Harry selves) prohibits the running of blind ine. Electric lights throughout the en-

.. :. Vf Bailey San Mateo; L D Jones Florida; tigers and the sale of liquor. My place here known as Ceres, 25 acres; tire building inside and out. Open day
.. City Point. Flat: Emmor H Lee, Jacksonville; J S Tysen, fronts on river half mile front the inlet and night, atttntive'porters attend all

For Sale Jr., Savannah; Miss Carese Adams, Tam. For Sale and opposite the railroad station;adjoins trains, only five minutes walk from the
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; pa; E E Grimes, Jacksonville; L M Reh One heavy wood ox wagon one canopy government reserve on which u the station. Good fishing from hotel dock. .
.of ,Two pair of good mules and some good binder, Geneva D'T Carlton, Arcadia; top surrey, one three acre young orangegrove weather bureau, lighthouse and naval }

Jtorses, apply. to M M Smith, Winter ParkThos Hopkins, part bearing fruit, river front. wireless stations; 6 room dwelling and Call at Titusville Livery at rear of

.... J. M, OSBAN, Titusville, P1*. Orlando Col DM' Ejgerton, Chicago Write or call on E. B. ARNOLD, Malabar, packinghouse, both old; some grapefruit, Robbins' law office for stylish rigs.

,. Mal Geo P Fowler, HasQngs, Fla; Wade Fla. oranges and guavas; 5 acres of pineapplesin Leave your orders for hauling, both dou

.' eClttliPAIHaHOP. H Jones!, CitRe :DBird. RiverHead, fine condition, fertilized and good for ble and single. J. M.Osban, proprietor.For .
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Send your guns for:,ream to Henr> N Y; E J Lr J A Df IJ. XUBSERY STOCK FOB SALE. 1,000 crates next season. Splendid hunt

Benecke. All work thoroughly done nen Mrs Everett, Martina Ferry, Ohio; I' .Citrus stock grown oa high pine -fend jug, fishing and salt water bathing. :price Sale ,
Guns lose" In the breech tightened equal, Mr ind Mm D A Atlanta Harry !ladlaa River NerKties... established 1886.Scad.for 13,000. Connecticut built catboat, two suits\ of
* ,to DeW"also guns stocked and shotguns 8 Jenkins, Mrs Harry Jljbklna, Birm: catalogue, Toledo and Vest HAL P. HAEDI.V, sail, anchor and ten ballast bags. A

rebored, etc.,fl. Beaecke, TataevUte.TIa.. ingham Ala; E L Hagio, l keonville. PalmIcach,Fla .* | _. -4 Jupiter Fla. bargain. Apply at TUB..STAR. office.
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STOW I Read;,T.tAhi.s'. RemarRable Tr"MRS.

&f1-5 Who pluchd tbem holend TO- rr 0 *rWltfM-wit.
) wu sick for ttsria maths$Ddth doctc W4m4fee ltd
kensl o r{ y. ranptioQ.x.W _jmoipd a bottlt of BaEarff e Konlnu.it .
Yr a; g. cowd Urn.: .fit b now*-well fir If1*lw 3 .
Sleet nuf beat and, swirling k. U to tbt booM and think it has no eqtal fnr'f Hi- ;

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; Crooning winds now bfgb, .,npC\Y\e YXi C.f;

now low, .. YC1
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Of starless shies and ? "*1 "
stormy .' -t S: -s* vi- -7 "'
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WVY nrrriutunwa, hew tort.' r

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rotten from. dampness and.*exposure.It Work is now.progressing rapidly on frgfties
:BEST '
FOR '
THEBOWELS \
Is thought that some"counterfeiter
the.. 'placing of the. ,Florida:East Coast "
w hilst,being,pursued! ,, either threw the Railway steel drawbridge" across Jewfish ARE
Jar overboard"from 'some passing teasel ESPECIALLY ADAPT. i
: ;Creek, which, when completed "ED '
,' : :If-, ikaaa'taregalarebeathlmoamentoftb.' or else'dropped,it'on"tie beach C in will'be* ,the first. connecting link be-v SATISFACTORY i

; z *:' ,;. r )oMIwela! opsn and 1M weD. .!ores!t.the shape. ot,11olea' order that,:.he. might. < not. be, caught. tween the mainland and the Florida .USE IN. 'LORIDAWAERS\ '
PAllte 01'pU1 )0110110 II UB IG1I.. 'l'ht .
pr aaooth,=."amt perfect way ot. kentac. with' the; goods; keys. jt will be sixty or ninety days ,S

.. w bo.mla,,..,p.;..I.,std... toiUtotatoCANDY., ,. It''is'.unnecessary to say:' that Johnson however, before trains are able t o Regal Marine Engines
,.while disappointed, Is happy ***** -
overthe
}:;'CA TIC. cross the bridge from the, mainland to l I
'" fact that he\ consulted his Stand for the highest type of
employer Key Largo, as the task of placing the bsniral skill aid reliability

: ; before .attempting ,to "blow" bridge 'Is quite a momentous one.- They are font eyele; jump ,
any: of his fortune. Miami Metropolis. spark ignition automobile type.
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'DKchanica] valves, float feed
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caiboKtor, neloffd flank case,

.' A Disastrous "Fire.' Women as .Well as Men bronzed steam forged beariDgs.crank Have shaft and the

From St. Augustine Record.. i ftwtH number voikinitpaits".consistent
... Are Made,Miserable by with a ptrftrt: OPCT
i. : ', IAT.tEIILlKICINDY- Information; reached this city Tuesday ating motor and many other
: : L,> Pleuau. Palatable. Potent TuUe Oool Do of a serious loss to D. A. Albright Kidney Trouble. inclusive features found ,only in the Regal 'i1
,1<,:: < Good, lever gk len.Weaken or Gripe 10.IS'a84 M
.fr; :._' ', M eenU per bos. Write for tree Maple,mad book. who resides on what is known as the THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN
AND DO
I IT
MoakMltk. Addreii _
Ni-; .. : : ttt Mbtson -
< ;j ''rf.f.? .. :. aNfl..s thud,c0.paiq Chicago: Me.Tartu place, near the, waterworks Kidney trouble preys'upon the mind discourages Mai'e in rinse types,ll|. S and 5 lf. P. single cylinder; g to 15 II. &:

*\:..... IEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN pumping station, at a' late hour Mon and lessens ambition; beauty vigor _Pdt able(yliLdui; 20 b.,P.{(cylinder i. .
day'afternoon., which resulted in and cheerfulness We alto
the ,
'' :: soonf. mi'iJitfscicie a lice of heavy, eUw ,
I'i: : .: loss of Mr. Albright's me a cottageof :) disappear when the kid -fr m 6 H. P. ticjle] cylinder to 45II. P.four eylmdfr.rrred woiiiraenjine1 !
Was Counterfeit.
: ,.' ,Money \ five or six rooms {virtually new), neys are out of orderor TLe II'IIJlyh J>dnds of regal eDpipesB(.w in operation through-
._ : t 1 : "All is not gold that glitters" is. ah the diseased. cat the cruntiyaie a guarantee! of the satin fsctkn they are giving =
burning of five acres of young pecan Kidney trouble has

r. ':.',,..' 1 old adage and a true one-at least trees; 200 orange trees, 100 peach \ become so prevalent (G Tel t a Regal in tie BfginniDg DonffiFeiiinent t -
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:, ; / -Sam Johnson an industrious, colored trees and six acres of velvet beans. i"] that it is not uncommon "" ,
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= : man of Hobe Sound, in the northern ,\ for a child to be born Handsome explanatory catalogue mailed free on -
.. request.
A The aggregate loss is said to be quitelarge fi S'r afflicted with weak kid-
J ".', 'i' part of this county thinks so. though it could not 'be aster. ifc-1 neys. If the child urin- Regal Gasoline Engine Co.

1t'.:c' Johnson .Is a colored helper employed Wned.I --- ates,.too often, if the

-:- \, .,. ; by Mr. John Grant. a farmer at urine scalds the flesh or if, when the childreaches Cold Water, Michigan
I Mr. Albright who came from West an when it
age should be able to
Ji- his has I
: Hobe Sound, and honesty perhaps -
Vjrginia with the colony about, three control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
:' ; : : -:, saved .him from a long term in I years ago, has been on'the place about bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of
".'",:., <. the United States prison. Several the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the firststep
,''ZI' \ two years. His friends'deeply .
sympa should be "
towards the treatment of -J:
; X? weeks ago Johnson was walking the thize with these .
x :- 3 him in the loss. important organs. This unpleasant "- ..' -
.:'... < ocean beach and stumbled upon a This is the second fire occurring in trouble is due to a diseased condition of the EAST COAST MEAT MARKET
.-ts'_' ::, glass jar. Thinking it was''worthless.t that immediate kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
; neighborhood
during 4O.
;:.. he kicked it aside and thought )I a week part of the farm of A. L. Jackson most Women people as suppose.well as men are made miserable F. DOREA,Agent,

# 1'-',:: more of it until a few days ago, when i 1 : having been burned on Thanks with kidney and bladder trouble # _

r: ,. "-' he happened along the same way, and giving Day. and both need the same great remedy. i.
: l'._:"'= \: again found the Jar where he had left The mild and the immediate effect of = Florida andiWestern ERRY5
;; Swamp-Root is
soon realized. It is sold
1.;. t','t'5., 'i, ,:_ I': It. This, time he picked up the jar That'.lU II by druggists in fifty- f
Seedso
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f:.. .:. :. and on close inspection found that it cough yourself into a fit 'of spasms and 1 cent and one dollar .II" .. :w a
, t- : ; "." ', contained about a half gallon ot.1'i then wonder why you don't get well. If sizes. You may have,. .. .i-!fii.f I Y J": prove their worth at tanat ..

. "" /. .....,f.' money. There were gold coins of almost you will only try a bottle! of Ballard's sample bottle by mail Meats time. After otej6ftyj...tol
: S Hotvlionnd !Syrup your tough will l>e a free also pamphlet tell- Rome or smerv ilOec S anccess, 4
; .:. .j( J. every denomination besides sev :thing of the past. It is a positive cure fnaaigbe t ing all about it, including many of the A the best ::lIfO*proeoe by cartfi4plantcn

.. : ',: l. ,' eral hundred 'dollars in. banknotes. ( influenza, hroiu-hitid and all pulmonary thousands of testimonial I letters receivedfrom of all Kinds.TITUSVILLE ntrjvbtre You
;..' : 4' 5 Thinking he had found a'fortune, but diswne, n 1... & Co.. Binghamton, N. Y. be
< ; sure and "
oll-folc1l\t
Rrd Cross -
:_ ; rt: : desiring to establish the fact that he ) Pharmacy, mention this Did l free on reqeejA.
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",,, :ioe, 50c and $1 00. paper.Don't
FLORIDA.
; :, ::::: had come into possession of it honestly D..raRKYA CO.B CM 3 I
make mistake. but remember
."' any
i :k he hurried home and made the name Swamp-root Dr. Kilmer's Swam .
-: :' known his his Root, and the address Binghamton, N. Y.,
fortune to em
goof
r on every bottle. THE BRIDGEPORT"THE I I
': ployer. Mr. Grant and other gentlemen Chamberlain's

yr;: ,_ a' ,. ,carefully examined the contents .. -
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: .ng.. ". '.'', of the jar, and much to the dlsapv KILLTHE COUCH MOTOR THAT MOTES""'

'- wry, : '-:.:v" polntment of Johnson, found thatevery AND CURE THE LUNGS i

:; piece of the money was counterfelt -

:' '" : :'t The coins were well-nigh perifeet WITH Dr. King'sNew There is no reason why you cannot have a satisfactory ,

and a splendid imitation of the I motor outfit. Let demonstrate. The Bridgeport to yu I

t real thing; but. the banknotes t were Discovery :and we will convince you that there is at (least one reliable I

gasoline motor built. The more severe your work We
t'*\*\-* ONSUMPTION Price I mpre anxious we are to have ,
; FOR OUGHS and 50c&$1.00 you own a Bridgeporti the

PSm& Tutt'sPillsAfter Itu il LOS Free Trial. simplest, most reliable and durable motor on the market.No 'j

-I Surest and Quickest Cure for all .

Cough"Remedy THROAT and LUNG TROUB- Valres No Cams Jfo Clears>
LES, or MONEY BACK. .

r Mtfac.ptfttai of bfflow haWtvfflfcttofKctkweflt The Children's Easy to Operate

v y by taktafOMfatUwMppt Favorite' ,H\lLA..._ -a
itfyMhcvcbeeaiWNUNC Coughs,.Colds and Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets'A Working Parts Quickly Access*lle
TOO MICH
Wh00pi11 Cough. Bay Mediob'j f* Buy Faoplt a
nUrlmid7isfamoPJtorttaeat.ov r JdBri it lyin Health aDd Renewed vigor TBJiI, KO'rOa t- !
5e .tart*""of rhoaf.Uined.arW.If 1zpec!!te for -
ownalsW Constipation.InlJie-tt1on.!: Live For Those
{ y ; lie"' --.am .COIIIBIIBO IZI4 Sidney Troubles.;. nmpK-*. E rem,Impure Who' .lust Be Sam'rra. J
Qpfalia a flood Bad .
Dna M eoBtdantlr. ioababMtuai a4\.n ud backacb Bre&th?. IfslU&y SJuearish M wctaiq B U'ek.Tea Headache In Ub. ., .. .-...... '-. ... -
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nab. ," ;.holiday. ; jes__ ... .' .. .".,.'i r:gorging them-. ; boys ,w'at< : consent tin. :i.<

w was-j on'hl 'veranda ''!W ae1vta! on ''tb< ,burns out and'that Is g Qd'tor'aDotMr. _.' ,
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good things thai it least" -i- r"I
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: : 1U ; smoking:when romp approtebed :were, spread,out, dlaibw 'bout dat, massa:? romp: 1= ':
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,y .; ':. 'L. "Hello,,you black ps cir': hejaM-. :- I 'them. Man logs like dat' fuss an- fusa till deft' -
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-tlrit'calledyour warm an' dry'all de way't'rougb
v Jr didn't ;rou'come"b. n Tom living room, tn. '
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'' w ,* 'f deyJW .flare up quick like j '
which was tb( dat gwine bu'u out 'fore
: ecIai"ll :spects log .
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? ain seen Toot dls"day.. Where be call with Its. backlog : ; night after the whole, Louse :if M

me atr r.-A. not ,yet.s was asleep. Pomp raised a window and 4 i, .
c Evel11l'beret'tl;' :I tm.II ,dryly r quarter burned., 'stepped Into the living room softly. An" 4

"I've been r hearing bis. voice :yelling From time to bour was spent at the fireplace where ,
your name;for. the last. bout, and loud .1 time the negroes the great log smoldered dully Twice

+f ,' a enough to be beard' two miles; oft, .looked at It Pomp went to the window and came K

Where have you: been 1" wonderlnglyandmade tack with his anna fulL Then he stole
"Worklnat the backlog, mUlL Tonknow comment '
Jr'r" < ,out closing the window noiselessly behind
yoa tor.- and spoke the
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-- him. An later there was
a "Yes told-you six weeks ago that you "LOOK n sa.$. YOU" name of Pomp such a roaring and crackling In thegreat p .

i. y I JI&ht"let'tbOacklog because, though STQBT,TILUB. pith added re fireplace\ ,as to waken several of '

t you're a 'trusty enough fellow la other jpect Colonel Belknap. too glanced the house servants and bring them and ; -

ways" you're a past master at shirking frequently at the tog; but in his glances Colonel Belknap into the room. The #

Via' : Ydi when'it:comes.to work: And through irere trouble.and apprehension.It fireplace was. a lurid mass of roaring
t all these six,weeks you have made tbacklog' was an open Christmas and the flames.

4V r .-. ; orb bear the burden. ..of JOW'mil, peat blase in the fireplace made II I "Well well!" Colonel Belknap ejaculated a

.,_' deeds. Even: a. lazy boy ought' to cut.a necessary to throw wide-the doors and. at length, with a long breath.
c.' a, p. /t log in half a'day," windows. Among the negroes who llntered "Pomp was right about its starting up

"If -It's. In de cypress swamp now,. about the open doorway was a like powder. But why' 'y 1
slim furtive eyed fellow, a vial tol
massa". Monday morning 300 stalwart negroes -
"Well, ,I sent Tom straight to the from' the Cudder plantation. filed 'away from the Belknap
swamp after you" looking at him keen "You shorely; did fin a good backlog plantation toward the new railroad
i ly. "How did you lies him r : ",ben you hunted' 4at chunk," he said where work was to begin. But it was

"Reckon'we both. come other way to: Pomp. ,"I reckon it pine las' 'boul not until the work was completed and

'bout massa" 'an''Jr ..didn't see'neither of two more weeks." all the gloom gone from Colonel Bel- =
frankly. "But I t"I reckon" Pomp acquiesced laeon
; us. Pomp answered knap's face that one day he caught
'low'I j better hurry right back an' find leally. He did not like the fellow. Pomp by himself and collared him. N

dat Tom,, He's.such a scare body be "An you all aln gwine work on d "Now, you young rascal" be said

mout holler roun! in de swamp all night railroad till it buns out?' "tell me'about that backlog.
\.' !it an' git Jost an' mebbe' break his voice.< "Dafs right" Pomp said and bfould < I "Well, den" Pomp, said desperately,

I go right now." .not forbear adding. "You Cud as be found be could not escape, "I Jest
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,' .. "No, I think you'd better stay here I ler boys gwine ,start in dls nex! Mon bad a holler in de log full ob water
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Belknap said blandly. Say, all roun' for de water
5AITA CUUS.T Pomp, old teenty boles ; e %
t ,." "' _.,.WJ1'DJIt"JO..'..t'<, .., '- DUl" :,OLD-_ ( .::* _...,.: _. ,. .. "Now :that I'ft.e&OIbt- you .J :shallkeep The fellow scowled. "Dat's nuffinV to seep t'rougb an' keep tings damp.
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HWi .f, k t .. .' : joo.. I'm going.to lock you Into be retorted. "We all aln' scared to Co'se de fire couldn'.bu'u good."
the harness' room:and keep.you thereUntil rock an' 'sides, it's you Belknap boyi "But about its starting up?" y

the ,last buckle,1s cleaned ,and lat's pine to do de cryln. I bear''I Again Pomp tried to squirm away, t
polished. Once" you get out of my sight four massa In tight place an' if h! but in vain. "I-I Jes slipped In de ,g

I can't expect to see 'you again until kin raise money soon somet'ing gwin! I winder dat night an' took de plugs .

: every string on your'banjo Is broken be sol. I 'low dat 'bout fifty ob you.I out an' Jammed de' log tight wid fat

and ,the last possum ,in the' woods black boys be sol' down de ribber, u.n'eose pitch wood" he stammered. "Co'se de

caught." it pine be de fines' ones. lik. log had to bu'n den. Dat was all.

.p'jbowed his teeth then his Pomp an' Mose. He, her* Colonel Belknap released him. "No : ;
sobered "Pon you bellebe dat "Look beah, you story teller," begat I not quite all. Pomp." be said thought ,

;. use,"' he said earnestly. "Mebbe Fs Pomp hotly, but the fellow sniffed. fully.' "The burning out of the log
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.1It 1 FRANK H.SW!: .T light headedan' quick heeled. but I "It's' all de trnfe," he .declared "] meant deliverance from ruin. You are ;
don' car' for his Hear Massa Cudder say so hisse'f. Ii '
., ala no'runabout dat K graceless scamp Pomp but next s
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"',$T WDT; own nUMa, de bes in de WOrry Jes' four fin' massa aln' get dls railroad Christmas, It all goes well}, you shall ,
.- ,'"'< \ soon's dat backlog burns out I'a gwlne work-somet'ing gwine be sol up sure,. make the backlog burn for two weeks.1. Q ,
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d N QMP O-o.: Pomp' into 'the end of ail Immense log SUD- kindly "Last Christmas the backlol / .: i

Pom-pey!" The merged.in the water. burned a week only going out on the t.,

call went through "O-o-o, ''Pomp! Massa pine scorch seventh day. Even the greenest, mos

,, ththrough quarters, yea If you ain't hurry quIck came cross grained log of black oak wouldn't ti,

Y the shad tile voice more sharply, "He say' you be apt to burn that long behind a good .... 's t
owy" live oaks Ijettln' triflln an' no.'count." j! fire. It struck me the log might have

- beyond, under. The atone was poised for an instant been soaking in water for some time.
\whose most draped then descended witBtwo or three deliberate -- Do you think your log will burn s i r uit
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F branches' .the taps "which completed the week. Pomp?" : -

i,U ground was dim work. Pomp examined the end of, the "Why-er-yes, masse, I spects I H 4h 1

"'t. even at midday, log critically. The plug'was driven in will" Pomp confessed "an'-an' mebbii

" and en Into the level with the rest .of the wood so little more. But yon said las' yen '

Q cypress 'swamp that to an average observer there was daj: you liked, it an.' 'j'yed it much ai --I-
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over-'which with. Even Pomp seemed satisfied, ] "So I did, Pomp, atd I hope the loj .
;;:. bh fk boy, was for he chuckled and started' will burn its full week, and I shall not < ? : s '

crouchlng.v As back In a leisurely way toward the : ask any of you to do a hand turn oi

>>4' the" can ct le:'tobiPh quarters.As work except the necessary chores until! ..

mellowed he passed among the cabins on It burns.out. But I hope on the Monday i.
after the holl i
by: distance he'raised his htnd a'tittleand his way ,to the, big, house he met a
. resumed'his work, days you will be ; X ,
chuckled, then,. fefThev I ; '
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-tt dozen tor more young to strike ;; x
.r which was the driving of a. farce plug"POlfPf Inwq. 'trinned at sizht of Pomp.t that ready railroad % Y 1 fr
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work heartily v
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What'do the boys

think of Itr ..
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:"I in' us out to dig r v -4i i I

.1 on de new railroad '.t :

'f bed, massal ., ,r '
t'J I ( Well, I reckon y .. .I ItZ

dey tabors it a / .,-
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Cudder on de rib- v
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.;;.. lift a shovel I don't quite like that. I

shall only hire out the ablebodied men
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..:'.'"... need go 4 against his will. I think we

can muster about 300, Pomp, and I
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::1'l flLt your own Interest. Half the money 1r'eceive.trom I Ii i

the railroad will be used

1'" in rebuilding the cabins at the quay

ti;!, ters. I hope you will be able to make

i{ ; : ;.: ... your log bum out Its fall week and 8AJTCA CLAUS HAS BW HUE,"

I: ,-' ':TW1C8 POMP 'OA1OB BACK WITH' HIS ARMS .f UL4cr that you will be ready. for, the contract L .
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: May me Taylor until 2 o'clock in the afternoon -
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convict at that He
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: ic.leaden; who have been qao&eclla the camp .

-W :-inteniWthe'ipeeeh of Secretary Root lorninfi- Sunday. f was called.in and the.wound dressed, .1.
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F Miss Gertrude Moatwy. I1'lM.iI attending
'del&nd at the Peons?Ivania eoaMydtole after, a tremendous loss. of blood. She
.p r will retire home Saturday
college,
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of last' week somewhat relieved when last seen fi
Wedneeday night rorn- was
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,j'* _.for_the' preaidential campaignin '" by'Dr. Kennedy, of Fort. Lauderdale. l A
It baa had "diiturbing parents. \ While with Metropolis 1 j _
'1908. a speaking a .
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Everyone I is getting ready ,for Christ- "
;1" effect men 'and have been Dr. Kennedy stated that thent' : .ji
on public they, reporter, li-I--
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1Y :ma preparation:ajre being -- .
,_ free in .expressing>> their opinion(of.,itWhtteTertnay was a very bad one and that had

f-.';f" ,>. ,",/I.i-:'. ,,.. bave. been. ;Mr.- ..-Root's' intention inlotCbriitmaitreev Mr. and ,)(n. Comer- ,' .ol.. Alahama*, the knife gone possibly a quarter of ; ..iii.

.if .; : !,; .<; there is no doubt that tbo;pretty at their winter an inch further in it would have .
spending I few 'day* -
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...:-tt the' centralization ;of power atWashington Mis Margaret Russell will leave for *, what has been done with the /f{

l ; .::;, to soch an extent that there her home today to spend the holidays. boy has not been learned, but he will ht.::,
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with thetUUa but little
would remain
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t # : -- any; power demonstrating his disregard for dis
with his family. "
f .' .if/it '<, it correct there is no doubt that there will day to spend jChristmaa :
.cipline. IMrE$. F. CARR. .
.. "i' r:4, '.. be an iflgue the campaign: 'of 1908 that ,

!S i.; ;,,'l r i Fwad not thought of before Mr. Root made Of But coarse you you get pay your your.money's money worth' We care not bow you suffer, nor what The Relief experienced I py Mrs old trouble being- P1'L' i"- -, .".5..5.t hth,. e"'("- ':.":'. -

failed to cure Hollister's Rocky thfpwk .
hIa speech For what does mean to you
'< cit....' ,'-j.r'. ,'i\" ;., '. When Rocky money Mountain Tea's you on earth? Mountain Tea makes the puniest, weak. Carr Through the Use .f Pe-r..., "To-day!would notUfctoat ovn4-: "-
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i t .:: 7'". '.>1 ., Ask druggist. est speciman of man or womanhood strong After flaying Tried tie Best Professional dollars for what tbJt-Jt'U4.dhB' '.
"i hi. '. '. Exorbitant Expreai Bates your and 35 Ask drug- ," -7'i
f. :> ..,," 'sr healthy. cents. your Treatment iq Vain. to a ha done for me :
y;*. >". : ', ,The truck growing sections Florida BANYAN gist.. Matter of No Small Water i Many women owi tWtPeruna. 'lfvat' to

.' and the whole'south for.: that matter, are Among tier Many Frleadk ., A great many acre. owe tilt4tt ,
,; Mrs. L. Mathers expects,her mother to Alligator Joe t-'.;..well-known alligator : t
"'. making complaint that by billing at actual health to Pcruna
spend the holidays.Mrs. trainer, has Just come off a hunt A multitude of .wom a threat -
a : > gross weights the Southern Express company Mrs. X1. Carr ,V1 1e1and. Out. Can.
; Lee called the school '
I on Tuesday. '
in the Everglades, where he capture Canada are using perun M a peteM.tlve *-
and other
companies are making write
:
Percy Schofield is fast becoming an expert seventeen monster alligators and crocodiles and a relief from eatwilukl%& cob*
charges on vegetables eo exorbitant that ."Tor several years I wu &mt :ted with '
with his grin rarely missing a shot them to his great and colds.
and added
Qom catarrh,which made Ute a bnrde n.
the truck growing industry is threatened
Wa hare moUf.file number
ft great
The recitations Friday at school were
with annihilation. collection of these reptiles, numberingnow "The coughing and backing which:
r of letters from grateful woe 'v-how
excellent and nicely rendered. The chil-
r .J The remedy suggested is this: If after over seven thousand, says the accompanied the disease was terrible. hue been benefited by Peraaa, with
dren are very much interested and doing has the distinction "The'.complaint'finally extended .to
t' the interstate commerce commission has good work. Miami Metropolis. "Joe" the stomach and i was in a' wretched permlwton. use these letter, ia paw

made i iU final ruling no relief is granted, of being the only living man condition."I print.
Mrs. Harrison and Miss Nellie
Scho-
:t 4 : -. 'j who handles with Catarrh would not be such a cone to.the -
z then an appeal should l be made to the express captures and ease tried different remedies and the

wv ';\ companies. .The express companies field were guests of Mrs. Stewart Sunday. the largest of alligators and croco best professional treatment all in rain. human tact 11 people. thoroughly-
Misses Nora and Freddie Masters, understood iU nature.CUrrhba .
are no more anxious to see the truck diles. The act is easy. He jumps on Finally, &S''a last resort, I tried ..
f Robert and Paul Lambert, of Tropic, were disease whkh aever Improves
v growers drift oat of business than the relatives their backs and has them in his control Per na upon the recommendation of ot Its own accord,'but becomes

truck growers themselves are anxious to visiting Sunday. in a very few seconds His alli- my sister in Hamilton."I deeper leatet the taBgerltbaeglttte*
: If Mr. and Mrs.,Gwyn spent Sunday at could see steady Improvement and It should H treated *t pace to pic.vent -
quit therefore present>> express rates gator and crocodile farm is situated a
s Mr. Ramans'! after using four bottles of that precious HfnunnuUagiBeotdfupQa riles
are beyond the point of endurance to mile the and rock .
river a new
up 'jnedlcine
Mr. Rutledge] En ey, of Tropic, was I was feeling well Again, my i orguu.
,growers some pretty good evidence of a here Toad has been built, making it a pleasant Almanac,

r convincing nature could easily be gotten Monday.Mr.. W. J...Ragan made a flying trjp to ride by conveyance. The faffe 'Ask Your Druggist for Free: Peruna for 1907CHRISTMAS

f 4 together to prove this fact. If such evidence Titusville MondaYL''Mrs. has been greatly enlarged since laP. -

rl ____' wall.. __ presented to__ the.__' presidents of_, Clara Ragan is on the sick list, season, and people who have never' ; .- ;s =I. =I. =Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr Jt=Jr=Jr=Jr= r=J(=J===. ..

I the express companies' in such a way as hope to see her'improved soon. seen "Joe" perform will find a novel

;t to show them by actual figures that at treat in store for them this winter.

s ruling rates on truck and vegetables these BAD GAIXIK. GOODS

;. a c e ,, products cannot be grown.at the present Guests are coming in almost daily and Followingtbe.Flag I _

I ): a_ .. time profitably, rates would certainly onr cottages are filling! up. When our soldiers went to Cuba and
k '. J? come down. the Philippines, health was the most Wholesale and Retail
Mrs. St. Clair has leased her cottage on important consideration. Willis T. Morgan
is the of the .companies -
-. It policy express Highland avenue to parties from the retired commissary Sergeant U. S. .

/ to make their rates as high as a north for the winter. A., of Rural Route 1, Concord, N. II.,

r commodity will. et od. They try to get The Messrs. Cox returned from the Ba. says: "I wad two years in Cuba and two I Toys, Dolls, Novelties, GiftI;

-' .' all they possibly can, but at the same years in the Philippines, and being sub- I'
h' : nana river Wednesday last and left ject to colds I took Dr. King's New Discovery Books Pictures Fancy Goods
T time they are not anxious to "kill the ,
for the lower coast and Miami the same for consumption, which kept me I
goose that lays, the golden egg." Forp dav. in perfect health. And now, in New : "

this reason they are willing to be convinced Hampshire we find it the best medicine WORKS- 1
The wet and dry election on Tuesday FIRE
in the world for colds bronchial !
; they are willing to cut rates coughs, ,
: last was a walk over for the temperance trouble and all lung diseases." Guaran- i
YS;' '_ where it can be shown that they are
people. teed at Red Cross Pharmacy. Price 50c

.' .'_ charging more than can be borne. Two Christmas trees, this year will enable and $1.00. Trial bottle free. THEi&iioRgwcO '
.i The New York Packer suggests that I
all to pee one or the other. Numbers j
t S. growers ip the south, as individual, as Weekly Weather Report. I
were turned away last year unable to
r f :J', : '. associations, and. if possible, as state ort gain entrance to the building I U.8.DEPABTMENT BUREAU.07 AGRICULTURE. WEATH JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
i z take this with I L
:-4 ganiiationa, up question C. G. Redstone is now preparing Sarno
.. FLA. Dec =Jr=ir='r=Jr= 'f=Ji*= Jr=Jt l
lt
-J... the and make Jl'PlTER 13. 1906. 'r- = =lt= === =:=l =1 =I. =1r.J
companies an
express( appeal
for the arrival of the Kentucky Military -
for relief the ground that present Comparative statement of temperatures -
i'/1: on Institute, of Lyndon Ky., ''which will he and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday.
rates and that life will become Beck-IdUn Lamp
are stifling Acetylene
here on a special train from the 5th to 1906 1905
extinct without reduction. Prompt ac-
." a the 7th of January Col. C. W. Fowler in DATE.: MAX MIN. MAX. KIN.
{l f tion in this matter is necessary for the command. Dec. 12. 74 64 73 57 This portable lamp generates and burns Iii ova las
.
-},+ 4. reason that it takes thirty days' notice 13. 73 6S 77 65 and is started or stopped at the pleasure cf the-
.t .".. I. Kingan Hodgson has almost completed "
14. 75 s.; 76 71
'.t> before an express company can !legally ] a canvas canoe. It promises! to be .". 15. 76 6S" 76 66 user.The cost of the light is very low and will so demonstrate

.:. { make a reduction. ", light and fast.. 16. 77 70 73 62 itself to the user.
,' s. 17. 73 67 69 55 Persona who experience difficulty in reading by
i' Mr. and Mrs. G W. Hopkins and Miss 18. 78 62 64 49 kerosene electric do
or lights
; Agreement Reached can BO with comfort
Agnes Hopkins, r.f Bear Lake, Mich.,are Total rainfall for the week. .00 inches. by this gas, as it is very near to sunlight
i .i. The matter of an extension of time for expected in Fawn Gallic this week. Departure rainfall for the week minus 0.63 The regulation/ charge of 1} lbs carbide, using }

: : the completion of the Florida East Coast The Messrs. Spiller are moving their inches. ft. burner which is ample, will barn about 10-
Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, plus hours giving a light equal to than
? canal has been satisfactorily adjusted he- more two electric
furniture into their home .
i. new at Sarno.A 12.42 inches. lights. The \
light
the canal the H. P. HARDIN.Official never deteriorates, a* only one
twten trustees
i r c.ompanyand pleasant @t'\Cialat the Paddison hall in Charge.; A quality of acetylene can possibly! be produced.

::," of the internal improvement fund, on Tuesday eve last was well! attended. Price of standard lamp complete finely finished,

)l>. .\. say a Tallahassee dispatch to the St.Augustine The livery stable in the center of the How' This? $10.00.Good with or. without 12 inch opal ribbed dome abide

Record. town is being taken down.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
x" The agreement is that the trustees shall Men are now engagedrepairing the auy case of catarrh that cannot be cured by -" THing for a Chrismas or leI Year Present

, g", deed to the canal under pertain Hall's Catarrh Cure.
company streets of the town. E. W. AMSDEN
1-'. J. ('tIESECo... Props.. Toledo 0. ,
f restrictions, the lands within the claimed Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Pingrey, of Dele- We the undersigned have known F.J. Cheney General Dealer for Florida
- ; 't: reservations, the canal company agreeingto for the last 15 years and believe him |>erotnallv -
1 van, X. Y are expected in Ean Gallie on honorable in all business tr-an"atti"lJs ORMOND, FLORIDA.
adjust the differences between the Friday of this week. and financially\ able to' carry'oat any obligations

l lands deeded to the canal company in er- made by their firm.WKST&TEUAX. -

} ror and the lands sold to settlers' within The Show is ComingThe SGOBELL & DAY i! BOBBINS Tj
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
-, the reservation, by payment of $50,000 to Sun Brothers' Mammoth Railroad WALKS. KINX.VX & MARVIS. Established 1867

1 the trustees the conditions being an immediate Shows Museum of Wonders, Trained Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, Ohio.hall's GRAHAM
s e
Catarrh Cure i is taken internally acting
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k : Animal Exposition which is billed Auction Specialistsl i
s.3 deed to 200,000 acres, to enable to directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ?
the company to prosecute the work, and exhibit at Titusville, on Saturday Dec. of the system. Price. 75c. per bottle. CO.,
'p 29th. is being received this season by Sold by all druggists. Testimonials free. 235-238 West St j j!I (Incorporated Paid
the placing in escrow of deeds for 234,000acres 1 thousands halls best.FOB up Capital'2.5OOUO.
delighted spectators and Family Pills are the NEW YORK CITY i J
to be delivered partly as the work endorsed '' Thi
unqualifiedly by every newspaper company owns landain
Oranges, Grape Fruit, Tangerines, Mandarins
.- progresses, and entirely upon the completion and patronized alike by the brains, SALE CHEAP FOR CASH. Pineapples Etc. the Indian River Country

j '. 01 the canal within five years into wealth, fashion and' maseea. Don't miss About 88 acres of good high land on Agents Florida Fruit Exchange. Solicit I j ,on the St Lncie River,
of the opportunity of attending: the largest the east or ocean side of the Indian river consignments for sale at auction. i at New River and on Biscay
.? the St. Johns rivers instead ending as :and best show extant Grand free !
street ne Bay
at the Narrows, described as follows: Lot Moderate Commission. Sale on arrival of,

; :.. formerly contemplated, ., parade at 12"o'clock noon day of show. No. 3, section 35, also lot Xo. 3, section fruit and remittance of net proceeds i PRICES TO SUIT THE

I ->*,'' This change of mote was an importantX Two performances daily, .rain or shine, .36, in township 31 south, range 39 east. day after sale. I. TIMES.. ...... -
.... factor in inducing the trustees to complete 2 and 8 P, m. Doors open one hour I This land is unimproved but finely lo Send for wuUUL
Rya .. earlier.I No gambling or games of chance cated. For further particulars address Personal Attention tad a Square Deal
; this agreement. allowed with Sun Brothers' Shows. We I Off less AT .
1 E. M. Lew, Represented by W. H. Sebring, 133 West
"{ "; In view of the veto of the bill by the carry our own electric light plant. Brockton, Mass. Fourth St., Jacksonville, Fla. TITUSYILLS ASD HUH

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: -T i t *; IB.tictoryVfrwter than the toast ; Baneavat, fi aLon
.,{-.,1Ji"'il. 51t..... ,,', -f >."." < y ager ,of -names'Wester.. :Theatrical
::-;-. .....1.-.f.<. ; ; -"' :.!f.!' '1.tf.-...'::.Ij\t,,..J "" opFimWdiadv<< oixte' hoped for and 'term.
'' ;::i"Z h!" ""J'f"?"" Exchange;,of Chicago. .By:the '
Cori :
S;: ]', the' ..made the sentiment. of Uw people of : : '
) 3% kll l i'ii; ii-rsi--. Lfe- : Bread atantf moet emphatieilly. of the'contrac4 Mr. Barnes, is,authpr- !
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is
toe
PJ ,.,,, > >heel to furnish'aB of the tree and paid ._ .
.Zd1at..c. jtB Ut baa
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I :- '''' ;k.:... ;j. r ; ; make a determined the label
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<., ..J '- /f" ;: "' given the appropriation above men .
; :,
.._ effort to their statement in .
hl.IJ?I 'of T___ bubeeea prove .
-t"Ic .. +. \i" .,,<-ft;..UV. _.";'Bi01r rd to, regard":to theoperation of, blind tigers. tioned. This is the- larfeatjsam ever"
"" alum
J ; : ; The ,friends'of ,the "dry county"'meetriot set aside f amusement purposes xby for the f :

.: ""II'," .>'::r.'leaoggid-_ Aerie."_ 'LrWorth. ..-....-,.'TU'0. t''. Col sit down now and wait for the sheriflto any.fair.association, 'and, "is',oaf, exceeded ,. -;,..

,it-ii, .. !, ,,, 'va:; -.. ",i' ,..ti.. :d6 all.. Ha by the Chicago ft' St: Lour
:: ; ..-.. it :will do all be can andthat ;
=" .ti bUi ;
",-.7F4"; .Jorr :,, Assaasoi 0.AI" is a';'jpeat deal but be cannot arrest i World>'Fab appropriations: Thdltfe ::NbT&-S.ktylies) in buying wily .
_ k bav4tbw ty",.& :pipmleentyMaeori: .
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: Exposition three abatis
of the
: without .eridenat'.and every who will be ,
< nun
_.C1'. 1t-2> t tuwl" ..!.; Yeterud::;' ,.'dl" d at'blaIn.Lste voted dry should do all he canto detect January February and March of iltt.The Royal Powder, which is a n .

_ """' !: ';'::--'iI.. ;.Citr," -- ,W.ei4aT.': any'-notation'of the law and assist the *amusement feature wlU::consist = : .
)' :};:;'i1 .CaydtlnCharles 8.'i3peacer. ot Flirt officen of the'coonty.' in '.bringing',the of new'> novel free'shows;and an ..pure, tartar baking powder, i

_ ) ,:0eorw:IiiU dhoaootthe; ; bet'kuo rltS partieeto bOot.I elaborate ,and 'monster :hippodrome, and the best that can be m de.Jt

j dWsi1 orAtivih,Coo tY!, died tit'Ills v.If,:.there is 'any good(reason to believe much larger than; the,present one. In

% 'sb i 1 PflofXown: ; :eariyhourThe'fdec4iiie4 that wbUkey:,is:;beinj?,sold illegally the addition thereto, Mr. Barnes is 'to furnish '.'
_ t : ,, t d nbrni&Ci. 'j iberift should be"notified at once. of the best concert bands ,
!lr.$U,'r.t. .""- '" '" '. .. .'." ......."" -,... eitiiens shown that theywent .several "
''''''''%:; to 4' ;; ::The have
'!hr 1 yeaii ode,' in the world.
'"., -.i.. ,o,>_. ,' -.. ft'. '1."1"'o..i3-! _ =: 'The J'1or14t>YGttit. taU. t is Kept dry. Mr. Barnes' successful direction of Genuine pleasures never fornish coneci-1 Nothing is quite BO bard to lose as the ."" ,

_ eo.QQ""YsiQ.. _, ,'W".., "!: .' ;,, )'.!."O !; J1';, v: Yours truly the present Hippodrome has met with ence with any new stings. False ones da { battle that has been almost won. :,
"At.i c.55 A Gi F. PADDISOX. ,
... I.r the reward of the big contract made
the
,
,; ;, ?Ptu l!;!ot,'thtoy rntato .!: > ,'eat I >*, -'. 3
';, '\. toD- it yesterday.
rErelp9MKrrltoa
""' I' ?" sae been Supreme Court Reverses Decision .
1t f ,,completed,'to new site*.'i .All branches I /'The 'Supreme Court of the United Speaking of the award' made and of ir-!

: \ t w>< are now-progressing,nl cely I States his ''decided the case of the his intentions, Mr. Barnes said: "The

V' "and smoothly,,the most. of ,the dlf- United States:vs. Declour and others, Fair,management has been exceedingly f '
31 :Heiltieg haviBgibeen overcome. From Involving nearly 2,000,000 acres on liberal in Its appropriation n for the Fl It yon baltby.thin, weak, fretful? ;

1i ,now
;If.. faster. and easier than ,heretofore-" the United States. The suit arose ter upon the work with an assurance him Scoffs Emulsion
; :" to them of,the greatest confidence of a
1 c -Miami. Metropolis from a Spanish grant to John Forbes

;t ; List:year'"Arcadia :shipped 273,000 & Co. in. 1818 by the Governor Gen being able to give value received. I baby. r -;
boxes Court of will be ,enabled to get the very best H ;
c (oranges and grapefruit. Those eral of, Cuba. The District
':.?. best able to Judge declare,that there the' Southern District of Florida held that is offered in the world's amusement i, .
'
'r will be 'more than 300,000 boxes that the claimant was' entitled to the markets. No country will be too Scoffs Emulsion is Cod Liver Oil

il shipped from this'point thin year, Arcadia unsettled land within the grant, about I I remote, if it has anything to offer,'and ;

;easily, .leads.the.whole State:In '80,000: acres, and decreed that they be no salary-will be too high' if I want 'and Hypophosphites prepared so that it(_U

r the production" and shipment 'of or permitted to appropriate about 1,200- the act or performance. I will enter easily digested by little folks. I a

,anges.-Arcadia. ,ChampionUnderi :000 acres of. vacant public domain, upon my work Immediately after'the
*. .: "* present Fair closes. I shall sail for ;
the command of Lieutenant wherever found.
the other side, in December, and will .
E4S3 Commander Anderson, of the United Another Survivor. look over everything in the amuse- : Consequently the baby that is fed;,on
States Navy, a flotilla of torpedo-boats ,
Information received here Monday ment line in Europe. I am fairly well Emulsion is _'
is now. at anchor>t Port, Tampa. The Scoffs a sturdy, rosy-
,
New York states that steamerhas --
l from a posted on the American market and --
r fleet comprises the flagship Whipple arrived there from South America will corral the best of everything. I cheeked little fellow full of health and vigor.
the Truxton,:the Warden and'the McDonough. -
.: arR having on board a survivor of house- firmly believe that I will give the.Exposition F tALL
.- The vessels' will stay'in s
1. boat No. 4.: the greatest line of attractionsever

Tampa and Hlllsboro Bay about a The man'was picked up at sea, soon seen at one time, not excepting .
; .: month engaging in practice. DRUGGISTS: SOc. AND $I.OO.
after the storm by a steamer bound the Chicago and St. Louis fairs."

The Mallory steamer Denver Monday for, a South American, port. The" same "000 oo

+brought; large.oil'engine for the steamer, on its return trip), broughthim Deadly Serpent Bites .

Key West Electric Company. It is to New York. are as common in India' as are stomach %
and liver disorders with us. For the latter TITUSVILLESaturday
of the largest and most
one powerful
The survivor's name is not given,
is Electric
however there a sure remedy:
engines ever brought into the State. but his friends here say there are in- Bitters: the great restorative medicine,

.h The: base of,the engine weighs over 22 dications that he is Jack Mooney, a of which S. A. Brown,of Bennett yillf', December 29

tons. Contractor Ferguson is busy today big-hearted Irishman and a Miami S. C., says: "They restored my wife to

moving it to the plant and it will Bayman, whom everybody liked. If It with perfect dyspepsia htalth, and after a years chronically of suffering torpid BROTHERS'

be installed at once.-Key West Citi develops that Jack Mooney has been liver." Electric Bitters cure chills and SUN .

zen. saved alive, there will be great re- fever, malaria biliousness, lame back,
kidney troubles and bladder disorders. World's Progressive Railroad Shows, Museum,
Contractor Spiers Is engaged in joicing among his Miami friends.No .
blasting the trench across the bottomof Sold on guarantee by Red Cross Pharm Menagerie and Trained Animal Exhibition

Opium in Chamberlain's Cough Remedy acy. Price 50 cents. WILL POSITIVELY APPEAR HERE IN ALL ITS GIGANTIC ENTIRETY
the Miami. River. from the foot of
Avenue D for laying telephone, There is not the least danger in giving Honestly Conducted } 15th Annual Tour Under (Greatest, Richest
Chamberlain's Cough: Remedy to fmall Big Price for Florida Truck Honorably Presented } {
r t cable to the South Sides Miami News. Truthfully Advertised One Management lEestShow'onEarth
children as it contains no opium or t ther
The Federal Supreme Court has All Florida products are scarce and are
harmful dniir. It has an established reputation .....
affirmed the decision ,of ,the Florida of more than thirty years as tt e in demand in St. Louis. Florida tomatoes
Supreme Court sustaining the actionof moat successful medicine in use for colds, sold there last week from $-i.50 to $5 a
croup and whooping cough. It always and 50
crate, some peppers brought $3 to
the Railroad Commission in fixing
and is take. Childrenlike
pleasant to k'
cures
$4 a crate, and beans $3.25, the -
the maximum rate for, the transportation i it. Sold by all druggists and medicine green
market being almost bare of these goods.
dealers.,
of the phosphate in 'Florida'at I

one cent per mile. i' ':.

-. The municipal election in, Fort

'' resulted' In the c
E Pierce last Tuesday rIInAOc

election of F. H. Fee for Mayor, F. M. ,

Tyler for' Clerk and Assessor, R. \V.. Does WIld

;. Lennard, for Marshal and' Collector,

and W. R. Jackson 'Daniel T. Mc-

ta Carty and Ed Edge >for Councilmen. Other Stows _

A contract has been awarded by the

v { County Commissioners to rebuild the

F bridge at Fort Lauderdale over New MtoDoIn

River which fell into that stream some p nt..Iant tf

months ago.., It is the intention to tftfit tA tZ

hay the bridge completed by the time N 't 11 'u. -1Yn
t" / In almost every house there is r
,automobile season opens.-
':: : fully a room that the heat from the
:' ,".' ,. Miami Record. other stoves or furnace fails to
,
Ii Bradford reach. It may be a room on
.' from
; > A strange case,comes ,
the "weather" side, or one having no heat '
;,:,' County, near"'Sampson City. It is a connection. It may be a cold hallway. No mat-
,. '
i:" case where" Mrs. Marsden, now in her ter in what part of the house-whether room or

,1.':.: ninety-ninth year, is cutting an entire hallway-it can soon be made snug and cozy with a ilYi.'ai----\ ,7A/I- -I I

'','':'' ',; new set of teeth, something which has Some ol the Great Features to be Seen with Sun Bros.1 World's Progressive Shows
PERFECTIONOil
1 never been recorded before. Mrs. Orrin Hollis, Champion of Champions, Principal Bare l
her advanced -
notwithstanding
Marsden,
back Somersault and TricbRider.
age, Is active, and is possessed Heater ,

fe1i of the most amiable nature. She has The Aerial Marvels, Seven Smillettas, in Death Defying

t.- been a resident of Bradford County (Equipped with Smokeless Device) Performances in Mid-air. 1
Unlike oil heaters the Perfection gives satisfaction
s;* for more than seventy-five years, and ordinary
always. First and foremost it is absolutely safe-you cannot Miss Nettie Hollis and her Prize Ring Horse Don,
} is probably the most widely known turn the wick too high or too low. Gives intense heat without Beautiful and Accomplished Principal Rider.
resident in the county. She has a smoke or smell because equipped with smokeless device.

great many friends, who have takenan Can be easily earned from room to room. As easy Walter Ashburn's most wonderful troupe of Elephants,

interest in her, and it may be' said Made to operate in two as finishes a lamp.-nitkel Ornamental and japan.as well Brass as oil useful.fount beyond all doubt the wisest Brutes that walk the earth.

that no person in the county is more beautifully embossed. Holds 4 quarts of oil and burns 9 Marvelous Ardello Family European Acrobats Six in
,
hours. There's real satisfaction in a Perfection Oil Heater.
from individual stand
popular, an : Every heater warranted. If not at your dealer's write our t number, introducing all the Latest, Daring, Sensational

point. nearest agency for descriptive circular. and Novelty Tricks.A .
Water Cure for Coutlpatkw The makes the home brighL
N Half a pint of hot water taken half an V' Lam Is for the all-round safest and household best lamp HOST OF HAM HTH-PROVOKING JESTED PANTOMSTS, CLOWNS\
hour' before breakfast will usually keep use. Cites a clear,steady
Harsh catharticsshould Fitted with latest And other acts and novelties too numerous to mention
the bowels regular. improved burner Made of brass thtoughont and nickel plated. This is surely the best greatest and grandest all feat-
t. be avoided. When a purgative j Xvery lamp warranted. Suitable for library: dig room. ure show that will visit your city this season
needed take Chamberlain's Stomach and parlor or bc<1rooa. If ao&at JOUr dealer's write to nearest agency.SIAKDAU .
-- SUN BROTHERS' GREATEST SHOW OF THE WORLDThe
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Tablets. They are mild and gentle OH COMPANY.: ra .
f Liver Grand. Picturesque Street Parade takes place at 12 noon
action. For sale by all druggists
F
their
in dealers. Yt Two ferformaacfts' ,afternoon and evening 2 aid 8 p.m. Doors open one boor earlier
>-:S:: and medicine, i

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There.,reef.e".slfMi of abittl between b- '
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the/thief aM-,the Newfotmdiaadrwitbclear' cruel,yea cnmlnsL to
!' evidence': 'that,.the burlal'-bid weak, overworked wiio
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voter the bti& load ad _
been set rely\WtteiL. 'But: the t ref, and.lmrdeas.sRdneeea6 -

1 M Yt3 Dxitwithstandlnj Ills 'WOE, canitd. ,=Tarts
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-rr I Ffaanent heart:et ehYdruu. wII -
.Bu* Hos/ Read aa Hmstaai1 ..f. actor Oeaaads reiltM tale
with the care worry tad a
> x x fr FoUl Huddin, a ;lIobauimedu..t.ol'A.Sbury'Part
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r ;:'N: J.had; his Rite:before ddenutemi3 aaa

: Justice of the peace Borden to aggravated by tf* metfq
cad the feud,and! wv
expfain why 'she hanged pigs*.feet and the mothet'ls .
Pierce the maker of Dean'
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a hog's head on his door knob_and also edy forwomen'sYI' pecUlDt

r R ,f.3 i called him 'monkey.. BV admitted $ Favorit*3
that one of the greatest c
he had another wife in India, bat de of this class oTaialtdie* fe Uai

clared when he married the wife poor over-worked bausewffe eta
needed rest from bet many eaten
against whom be Is now complaining I and labor'to enabla her its 3Is I Iuseo

In :New York about twelve years ago fcb FrescriBfttaB" 1
a matter of frequent < *
when sa" was only seventeen be told. la bb extensrra Lraetlre Its caeca

J&r her of hit wife In India. peet with those hi which hkt
by reason of thepatieat'stotria
swtkhVM hard work leg caoer
$ jrow With those informs from

nsa H laohed: "la. ha.ka! lownj '
'ft .. =a.isiI.c.Wtvr.It Ah.me! All Innocent. oatllsverrnsceisaritn '
\ di- Upon a pleasant tree tot his'Favorite PKtcxbtfc '
feM
Till, free their feel _Alf es'v Uftiaet
any kind ehoWd &Lo be a
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from the parental trunk, oat-door air aa possible with i
i B : ull ott I Jumped into a pie exercise is also verpttsdoitatlt
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g r f patient observe these ra Ji and tib.
Who'd have thunk
Or pudding. l rescrtption'will do th.N.t. ;

; TI. .1sckM sari atocking waa bury That I Dr.Plerce's Medical Adrkar 1

Lk wHh ite matt.Santa" Should be t'mplo'ed-res, ITo !- on receipt ol 8 tam 1 to
:; milling only. Sead to Dr) 1E..
.- : "*kile Clau iw'ilfcallapMd mean "con" games and cheats?
; vs
Buffalo N. Y. 21 o&e-eeati is
,
'Cx': Ji --S- "To hand a lemon-why,
WM It beats pcr-covered,or XI stamps forIfslckcowultttaDoetor.fi<
of cb

: The Dutch! Why don't they go by letter. All such commoakattees as*

2tfi. To some old pear or plum? held sacredly rrcrjfyfoHMVDr.

;;J 1 1i4 c rm tired of opproBrium Plena's Pleasant Pellets terifeMl
;- ;: F's' and regulate stomach flyer afid iboipbSooto
.Thomas R. Tbarra in New York Time

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; q_. j., 4' prinud in these 'booU-SuowtAftr ftfaito
every dime and epos every a*- 8 rte.i4
y 34T, r4 y drawing\ of all jart, show* Mil II fc test
is because some of bow to make k-Text cxtranfy s....

the of the bodyare HOW TO BUILD A'RACER fO* (SBW
1r organs Mtboat tart to Mtt 6-II III
to. ; W j
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: not doing their work m.f i f..t it t0.t*".*f*.IIIIrI*.....>..

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.: < ', well. There is a lack of HQW A CM ko._ far tftMWW ..a...w bwrtW ...k.....h
J ikaaMrr Hu.--ta4fttt *
., i rAmie HOlCE THE CHEISTMAS TEEE. that nervous energy that IIC; h11 paaa wi "" II..IMM heats

-'. them motion. Con- pow TO BUILD A RACING ILOOP...... .
gives ned --"d ew3.e r.1lr.e [a psi.ua.er
:c ; : Death From Lockjaw Stole His Llrellbood. weak .....ia,,Ii.AMIII IIo ew.............-.N ... td4 t er'b
sequently are
V never, follows ]an. .iniory dressed with Tattered Timothy-I bate doctors you HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LURCH '

Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Ita antiseptic Tiepass Thomas-What fur worn-out, nervous, irrit- limple ... Radkst..... ...........mati.alka9
and' healing'propertiw' !'prevent blood fer as rt1..r...... s..eereMhi.also
: [ Tattered Tlm-One of 'em cured med
: : able cannot have
poisoning. Chaa.: Oswald merchant, ofRenllfletael'lriJle sleep; HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT
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: Vlt cored fits wen I wuc a kid. ,Gee! I cud A basil UW04 owW ...., .*.* ..Ma, ...**
N.Y. writes
headache etc. >
:
indigestion .
'f. work crowds if I +tlW(wiuijta lor itedov cM dHOW ;
up some sympathetic
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Seth Bnrch. of this place of the ugliest :
1'8'OD hi-neck I ever saw," Cures cuts c'd have one right 'now!-Nev ,,'tork.Preu. because there is not sufficient TO DUILD I&iIiq A9HOAlOMAU6HTtlOI ....eiik_.......eAatA.I

wounds burns and 25c at Bed 'LL'; .
*... sores. nerve force to keep
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( c: \ 0.088.Pharmacy. the active and al- Eaq..RiW; """' )od..__
91111. organs b.wl& cu..Ri&-.,., .....j.N 6i ,
3 IUDe 01 AIl Cough Medicine '>
low them to their
perform HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHT.kilowpla.l.eiptiea.tb
i t "No." said the cheerful Idiot "I never Mr. E. G. Case, a mail carrier of Can ............,...
To fig. Ito HockiBga chiMrtn'aMUk "natural functions. Dr.
for
',. laugh at'other people's defects. ton Center, Conn., who has been in the rf(

; "Well., that's as It should be. rejoined U. S. Service for about sixteen years,, Miles' Nervine restores PRICE $ 1. EACH

a AW U aWailiat-tla. sleeks were foal : "We have tried conch medicines -
: the society lady. says many health because it restores MIMID IT tIMICM ftNTWMtBCBourn

: .a ISM ar.kaG ''0? course It Is," said the C. I. "Be- for croup, but Chamberlain's CougtBemedyi in cloth-Gold lrtWrfn(- otp..,

x z r s >SM 1M ftJtkhl .U friend ol UHE >. sides I get twice as much fun laughing is king of all and one to be re this nervous energy 9 by u ioehe*-Lirte,cwa .....,-..
lied upon ever time. We also find it the '1 have been sick for a year, and
a kF n 'If little 11I1 at the virtues they pretend to best remedy for coughs and colds, giving did not know what was the matter THE RUDDCR PUBLI8HIN6 CO.

*] .. haTe."-Detroit Tribune. with me. I tried many remedies and ...
2 certain results and leaving no bad after S M"aau witty Hcw T U. B. A
of them of value. I ;
none proved any
v r; beke d at tkt ateckiafaTHUmr la Praia of Chamberlain'Conch Remedy effects." For sale by all druggists ace heard of Dr. Miles' Nervine. I pro- Seal lm41 fw Caobpw eBab e.lacAGma& .
wiU ... medicine dealers. cured a bottle, and before I had taken ,Library,
There is no othijr'medicine manufactured half of it I was better. I would have
t #1 OM .....Ia-t.... that has received so much praiee had nervous prostration if I had not

; : l Tea I RUT and ao many expressions gratitude as Cruel: got this medicine when I did. I continued
z I .to take it until I was entirely
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? asthma for : Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It is effective welL I have since recommended it 60 ,
?x and prompt relief follows its use. to five of my lady friends, and they NCEIA
jr ar Grateful do not hesitate have all thanked me for doing ao, for
everywhere
parents -
it benefited
r T f, But Ke 'plumped to testify to its merits for the benefitof MRS" ROSH OTTO

1 k &t out the other others. It is a certain cure for croup 189 S. Sd St. Columbus OhU.Dr. .
and will the attack if Mile,' Nervine la old by your
given at
:\ and filled up prevent druggist who will guarantee that the
a. chair.Whil. the first appearance of the disease. It is first bottle will benefit If It tails IM
especially adapted to children as it is will refund your money. I

,,. the miss pleasant to take and contains nothing Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind TUDe MAMI

s : ebievouaatackintf injurious. :Mr. E. A. Humphreys, a well\ DESiGNICoPTJUGHTSac.

lookedblack known resident and clerk in the store of .I
3 Mr. E. Lock of Alice Cape Colony Aarooe siding.ketek sad dews. oar..
with qulckJy ucert&iJI oar w>uuo tt

1. Je despair, South Africa, says: "I have used Chamberlain's John White & Co. tionaetneUoonedeot..L tDTCQtlon teptolebl1PsL 8fttab&1Iu4:... C--fie h&aQ.:..

Cough Remedy to ward off croup cent fre*. CHdMtSckMifk for eeauwtFMwu ......
;' : And murmured ai and colds in my family. I found it to be LOUISVILLE. KY.bUUUbd &aUa h UBM A ..-. neIt'N
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mike
daioIctwakoM ,
,, i" "'KOTBDOJ'ORTouf' Santa Claua very satisfactory and it gives me pleasureto .......all id pews 1831 e

', .-: left it behind recommend it." For sale by all drug p.Yrorn. JlttHrka j

., gists and medicine dealers FURS DI.drat.e weetl 'MftII&. I
when one'ssnughtl A handsomely
fun
1 ,4:7: -Th n ian'l much : elation ofaer.c.e.tiae invraad. T.r...i*a6aWfcjr.u j
.' :,. I find:' Tramping Tim-I know where dere's and Hides. Ltd ,.....; fOUl moatU.$. ....4..i... I

." Oh. Aren't Men Brntes a feller Tvot's goin' to give away lobsters ..Wool..""'*!! MUNN & Co.s..Nfw: Tift I

.; : .,;. and cham'pajrue tonight. Braid Ofka C5 r .w..M.etaa.pt1IEE f

1' ,. 1 Tousled Toni-(lee! Where? --'-
Slim.
: : ,a-.,.. Tramping Tim-Up at lInt next big
the station
r : ":. yard wrapped in thought and a house. But he di ll't send u,; no invitation. .

a '' I .-New York World.
o heavy overcoat when his coutempla-
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pi .:!: :' .1! tie mood was brought to a sud.leu For Over SUty Tears.lire. Victor Talking Machine positively on free trialin

fe t Y: termination by a cab almost ruunin.? it. *
,," home before a cent on
1: over him. Cabby pulled his:: horse up Winslows' Soothing Syrup has your you pay

been used for over sixty years by nilhonsof
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... mothers for their children while teething -

'.;': .plain English about absentminded peo- with perfect enc 'ess. It soothes the w is opera to every rr.ponr3-
4r\
'r ; ; ple."Couldn't child, softens the gums, allays all pain, lode person on th., KastCoart

Yt .1.t .;:', t you seethe bloomin''ossT' kr cures wind colic, and is the best remedy of FV>f is. :.W.
t ; \ he asked, with a'withering glance. for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor Jr know that aftt fear
V ( yoo
._. "See UfO! gasped Binks, looking con- r lit tie sufferer immediately. Sold hy drngKirts j, heard the Yktw play

te'I.9.# .. temptuously .at the specimen between in every part of the"world. Twentyfive ftnmMof its beaotifar records
A cents bottle. Be Ule and a.-k for ,
-a -
the shafts. Then he stepped on to the and yon .ill appreciate
"Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,
,curb. "I didn't see your horse when at once itt superiority ,,-
"Did you tell Jack what a perfect take no other kind.! all other each thtnet.
er ta -
j I stood in front of him. said Binks, I
: dream of a ball dress It was?" It is BO well bawD
when I look
:t "but I can see something Early to Bed
"Yes. And he said he hoped he'd that very much ned Dar
at him IideW'ays.-wndon Tit-Bits. and early to rise makes one healthy, '
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wake up before the bill came In."- be said about it It coaaa
and wise if take
happy especially you
nearer being an exact re*
New York World.
Heroine before retiring. A positive cure ld producer of the original

;.. Wtat'a constipation, dyspepsia and all liver Mil !
11'-. Core for Sore Mipplea a.r' -' .Wl Ice. than any other maehiae-
\ complaints. Mrs. 8-, Columbia, Tenn., i
worth doing ia worth doing well If yon As soon as the child is done nursing writes "I supply of
: always keep a your
J wish to be eared of rheumatism use Bal apply Chamberlain's Salve. Wipe i it off Herbine on band. Am ao pleased with Have music in your home. Entertainment for both

lard's Snow LUunent and you will be with a soft cloth before'aHowing the the relief in constipation and all
gives old and No end of pleasure for all the
eared,1i. for child to nurse Many trained nnrrea use young. family.
4 3 ; c' "well .positive cure sprains, liver complaints that words can't nres8my

; :r w !, :..%..:contract muscles this with the beet results. Price 25 cents appreciation., Sold by Red C rose Everybody can play it.. Write for catalogue and prices.

... .... 8 Esb' it heir to.'A. G. per box; For sale by ,all druggists and Pharmacy. Sold for cash instalment
;
medicine dealers. orfon easy payments.
f ; : '.. 1L .WUIiiWiViliavMota, > Texaa writes: .

t x ',: "I hive liid'Bgtr:toimeat fcr eprain- ....&.f..!!.0.....,IL: cABTORSA.1ttaIIW : .

p : t \ -',' .:' ed juJUeAjBd- iUavfctto beat satisfaction> ...:'..". _; .1..,,,,.. ......., 1Ga ticd Yes !"'Im" OA Indian River Music House
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7 :: Some 'of thembuTo'nauonautror highly developed :ikoiTea, ;torts ana : ,

.'. ;' ':W. :or 1:5' "s'': size', to speak vpoona may 'not be used ln Jtist"the .

.], .H.. '. .'aC... < ". ., '"."...'".""- .M-=,,*;-;:'*:,;-'b-*<:i"v._-1T:, .;h.."'"- ...,"1,., .h' .'' o>y !{ : w'ilidirtyThat'; is'one proper 'ways, (fingers'.being more; frequently the _Signature of : !' :"t !t

.::7 ': .t .:: {t .: .. ..;-: :; :1 of.the sacwd,privileges of boyhood. employed,'an\. It is barely;possible ...
,, ::.-{.....;;: :.:.....;,..,4 v.ITH>> .,.HE. 1. .', ; .- _Some/of the deeper shades of dirt that the boys "swipe" what they _..'.' jff: :
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,* ssii -;' ..i"f;: .. ?:*: saag--wgiweiSp- { B ft ; ; Newsboys home Pltutted enthusiastic. They may reach for ev ,. ., ,. 1

: '; ''."weir Newspaper In New erything In sight, eat the pie first, grab ." :
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<'0 "'. ;; ::.;; ":' !l" i'l= .';;' "" "'q't I': :I, to take 'a bath Dose: "week.. Somehowthe room and use their well 'developed Tie KM You HaY6 Always Bought t
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,Y:>!'i"; aa:..;'iou'mr1"H' they; :chance to douse each other' indicate that they are baying the time 1ItC MllftVlt I.9MMW., tt MVIMIAV.TMT, tipir\011II art ;. -
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;- and 'dO'thletie, stunts. The average of 'their lives: It Is related that on.one t .1& -. z
i- :L MWboyt J.WeU ,1 C1 P'ti
5' : Wt boy has to water such occasion a large and succulent was ;
;J !"" J ,.don'tEetoffend.Ir ; no objection as pie ,.. .' ; .
:\'t t t.:;' "" *T: I, :'ed:,;Bondredi provided he can get his whole body in : placed before each gamin and that In ...
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"e' w; ?et; thef"-pod tt.. He will even run off and take the about two minutes most.of those pies '
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:f.ir.,;. j;. .' : chance licking to swimming.It had disappeared. When a "cop" f T
of go present Florida East Coast !
rb r P e,0 It J.e.:: bat., Railway .
4 >'> : is the: application .of water to hishinds"al& made a strenuous talk about pastry, :
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f .i i ;spit: tattered coats where they had been .
eongrpssmen,
fq 'i-! r2 SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBODND-RBAD. UP
;: r-: ntalsw.; !: There ae Tarjous newsboys' homes stowed for future emergencies. The

1( Wl1 t <7erataaukerek' : ::la.the larfer'citles of the country,' but hard life of the street does not tend to N. 99 I.. 2t STATIONS: Nja6 NgN .}

It U beUeved .tbat,'tie':'New;:.York In- wjryluVwnsefof "metm. I Oaily
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ever,mJJ1lt. a -699pmry
-Bb fJ anti # out
:. ; 920am Ly..Jacksony1l1e................At 26pm a5ant'
,,' ."' +"" :!'-.; :t n' ;- uenual'' 1 stttutiODr;ia;thft:parent"oneV01. et tuum"and:: the divine right of property 6 08pm 9 28&m' ".......:..... South Jacksonvitle................Lv 11t1pm 8 47&111
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'f':t4"p .1 been'in:existence something over halt ;' In fact it must admltted.that 1 2Dpm 104O&m ....:;..........SL A.ugust1n............. ...." a 13pm 7 45s a
_1 : Aii'8herfddan: II .... ... .. ... .. .... It =
1[. ., .. 'I63pJD 1118am ... .. Ha.sUngs.. :. 6 Upm a '1IILm ra
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.!4.:: ':*;Q., f"-'r." .10" ';:" -;> .! ei tarrt'' Itba eelalme3'uWnberIes ; many of the.." boys :-will steal on ,occa 8 alpm 11 35am .. .......:........East ralatka.....;......... 6 topm 811O&m '

l i.>stlwtib0an"f ; +k turtt cl ronaway;lad*; to son! ,-but, considering the life they lead &33pm 1200m ................... ................,.. r 465pm 1O&
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h R their parent besides furnlsb4ng a who 7 4pm 11 100lm Li .. ... .Palatka... ...Ar 6 45pm 6 65tm r
i5 ,f can wonder? There is ,no objec-
"oflt r
.-4! "' \ lr ;was\proud 92f1p1l1 ............ Ar.................San Mateo.................Ly ............ 615ata I
; that
'.J. 'I'- 'the. rfact. > 'horn* for regiments of boys had tion to the lads filling their not too .._........515&m Lv.................San Mateo.................Ar 925pm .. ........

,not related that no other shelter. Meals, and of a good clean pockets with the remains. .of the -99-p- 12 tlpm .................. : ..................,kr. 4 iIOpm ,6 58amS
.. substantial sort' at that may be had feast, however, and they religiously I lIpm 1240pm ...................DuJ'< nt..................." .4 S3pm I bill
; i ba/ahot rapa"and l148pm lISpm II ................. Ormond .................." 31i6pm 6 006m x
; ? "traisY'' ,... ,slept{in. alejwayt > fpr 5'cents, 'whlle'raDg&.. all the avail themselves of this privilege: It is 10 OJpm 12tpm ..................Daytona.................." S 45pm 4 48&m i a1013pm
ti < from '15'eents. The fifteen a point of etiquette for an Indian guest 18Gpm ................Port Orange....,............ 33SpJD 417&111103.'ipm ;
,' bat.he.,; probably ,did. He way,. Jo -, ;,; 200pm ................ Smyrna....;........... 315pmT415am

',woiUd 'not' nave been a: full fledged cent cots, are in .a room to themselves to carry away what he cannot devour. 11 loam 44-1pm .............. Lake Helen................ Lv 1 OOpm" l15pm t
qtr .>ts :newsy;oherwiiet not In New-York, at that the boys call "the Waldorf." It and these\little chaps are the Indians 1128am 465pm Arl...............OrangeCtty.............. }" 1200pm 600pm = n_
of the streets. .. 114Oam 6 OOpm .........Orange City Junction.........;: 12 45pm i Wpm -
;Ul.rate; ;and;that';Iwas where he sold; is a.proud day when an urchin gradu- 10 45pm 10pm LT.........?..... ew Smyrna................1r 8 C6pm 4 06am
r ,f"@at "': 8oqie7 people .who got their; ates into this exclusive bunch. But how they do enjoy that Christ 1110pm' 240pm ..................Oak ( .................. 240pm 111I8&ID
t hart yelling "UxtryrVdo not want thf The ; lodging house has an mas dinner! No epicure ever got more 11 5lpm 16pm .1r..T1tl18yllle.................. 2 Oiipm I roam

newsboys' out lllOam 660pm Art.................. ................... 11 ooam 6 SOpmG
1 delight of educated but sated
ti <- tact men one4 now that theiy hae become odd savings bank into which the occu an BOpm 11 55am Lv1..................Hanford..................1At 6 Wpm 1l10&m

judges and things like. th ti.butitbera pants can drop their pennies. It con- appetite than do the New York gaminsout 1151pm 316pm Lv. ..................' !.................. 205pm a 00&m :.:.. k
; f Just :aa ,high up 'IQ the Vorld''ststs"'of number of numbered and of their turkey potatoes swimmingin I:! Slam 351pm ....................Cocoa...................Lv 121pm 212am ..
a 1! Slam S Mpm If ...............Rockledg-e................ l20pm 111r.m L
\ "are\{not rtb?particular, Abe Lincoln locked boxes with slits in the top, gravy, cran- 1 Warn 422pm .................Eau Gtllle................. It 1247pm 147amlliam
; .. 'peyeE'cdncealed'the .fact that he split here their small berry sauce and : SOpm ................Ielbourne................. If 1237pm S7am
; and the lads deposit Mam 10pm .. ................. Sebastian ................. it52am 1263am248am t tt
!' rails and .clerked, In ato1e. Nor la It mince pies. ................. ....
I .a. : earnings. They receive Interest on 600pm !' Iucle. ............. If 1058am 12 ron't 3
$telate Ubat.tlarfleld was ever asbatned'B" Long before the 3 ham 615pm ................Fort 1.lerre................. It 1050am 11 })m.... ,
these deposits, and if the amount 3 OOam 6 l7pm ...................Tibba113.................. 1017am 1119pm
;' ,. of)bYIAg'dr1YCl: mules pn.towpath..Twain grows sufficiently .large It Is taken out hour for the is 3.jam J 6 41pm' .. ................f..Eden.................... i013am 11 lSpm340am 1
{ 4 never..madei bones of spread they t 646pm .................t. Jenoen................... 10 ()!lam 11 oupmbl
I'istfarJ.. : any' and placed in some nearby savings e w3 6 57pm ...................Stuart.................... .. 10 OOILm 1059pm
.i: } ,to in :that, he:,hsd ,beeQ'a printer'sJ bank. There have been a few accounts gather about 4 2Oa1l T 23plD ................II.obeStmod................ 9 Stam 102lpD1!
fl. and crib pilot::' If it--not, related the doors, fighting 4 .waUl I 7 4opm .............. We't Jupiter................ 91&r.m 10 OOpm513arn
< fU : ; that grew to a thousand dollars or 815pm t. ..............iest Palm Beach............. 845am 9 3opm543am
that Bobble:>itlaa.rtvetdented'pating: I 'more, but these-were not from regular for places, 84lpm .................. oynton .................. 820am 9Olpmr
fc been; : ever tried like a hungry I-'Am 850pm It ................... IJelrRY ................... 812&m 8 Wpm -
flii. a plowuianthat;: Aesop. newsboys :but from those who had 6.Iam! -IOpm ..............I.ort: I.auderdale.............. It 'l26am 'I Wpm
'\td'crawrout otbAYlnjfjweu a slave or bunch of Eng 65iam -lipm ....................IIanl&.................... 'I 719am 'I wpm ;
\i' eveisoughtto graduated into driving paper wagons: lish sparrowsover dam 9 11l'm .. .................Hal1andale................. .. 'I team 7 3Jpm
;'k t that,the!Man of'Jtaareth. or some 'similar occupation. The urchins 7 illlam 102Olm ................ Lemon l'ity................ .. 643am Hpm r
refute'the'sttiry'thathe born in a worm. .... ...............
ifti< !; was 'i Fi liam 10 Opm! Ar..m. .... 835am t ffipm. '
+ ..why should; for the most part draw out their How they stumble SOam ............ .1..Li'.................. .numl...................:.\r ............ a Opm) '
1ir a roangfr, Usa_ anybody earnings to spend them on the galleries leap and I o iJIam t.... ....... '+Art................llome tead............... :Lv .,.......... 12 wpm
bhiah paCersY' Especially -
.tt AtbiYing.eoid '
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!! t at, the Bowery theaters at
,.icv ; ; | When; e11peence! proves thattbeZeare swarm up' the Buffet rarlor Cars on trains 20 anti 'i8. Bullet Sleeping Cars on trains 53 and 98. f '
tf Island or at "crap shooting. .
Coney,
: stairways slide $ Daily except Snnday.PENINS11AR
scS61s for de- .
!: : ,few 'better -
> : There home --
:j; ,are about ISO boys in the for their -
places
trtt;% y eloping keenness: Indepeujeuce; ands atone t: ne. Only those are lodged !(o.23 No.21 No. 19 !Dij: 11 No.18 NI.20 No.22.
and get busy MAnORl BRANCH.
r ..;. inanllness.! liook; at tb? west little char that have'no homes of their own. Si.aday Sunday Daily Except I Dally Sunday Dally'j'
the ach-
\}:. from"wbom a papers for he filling Cnay Only I Sunday Only
: i; ; you buy One of the things that make the place ing voids with BOXING IX THE QTMSASIUM. I .
be president gomeday..NewIJork 2-fOpm 101l'am 610pm 9 c.un Lv..Jaeksoniille..tr 'I Liam 12 30pm 5 30ym f
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# attractive! to the lads is the gymnasium. in them! Older 2011'10 101liam 6 IIII'm! 9 (Sam .....&.Iuth Jackvuvllle.Lv! 'I 37am112! 2Zpm 5 2'J mIOl'lD
y'r : :: has, over 2,500 newsier.' .' Here are all the usual athletic :J j' 10 bOam 6501.mi 9 J.ltm .. .........'ablo Hearh.. ...... .. i7 OOam1115USm 4 Wpm
;! They:'am'pf all"nationalities, size) and folks who witness the spectacle laugh 24.pm 10all 63'pm' 9 Ham .......Atlantic Jeach....... I i7COam it 4.&m 4.'J'1D .
bars clubs and the like. ........... ........
parapheruatfa.
!t ';'f. -,--.,.' with their mouths and weep with their 3 wpm ll1CN111l.a; IUpm 1O 1l JlI.mr. )JaY: Ort. .Lv 6 43am llllOlim t Wpm; \
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sport eyes to see it. It is doubtful if any -
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; '"?' !(!>;r.. ;."'. ," gamins however is box!+ng. Those who other scene in life contains so muchof AND OCCIDENTAL SrEAMSDIP CONNECTIONS AT MUSH.JT .
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!/., 1: ,-. .:? both grotesque pathetic. Close Connection Made at Miami with Ste*< ;!'-!II'1 of tte P. ft 0. S. S. (o p3lY.
rA to rules as the Idea of Outside of the spread at the home
; 4 game according
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x'I Havana
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:,;.:!";'' .>.",;',;:.'I.,.!>,,'> .M'tt .; a "square deal" in sport Is quite well many of the papers often arrange .-- -
"'': developed among these small Americana. feast for the urchins who sell "papes." SOUTHZOUKDLv : NORTHBOUND

: 4' that fills .Tuesdays.. Saturdays..1t 4r'pmArKKY I LT htAVANA..Thors'isyi.,,,, i2 ('n.n
., It would be imagined they Mr. Randolph Guggenheimer a iI\m. : : :
;Ii t :: > ; : : \\ r.ST..1i cdneyL.ys, 'lnday..... 10<.Jim .\r K.It. 4>T ..T.arvlav,,." ., 8 tOpL'\ ..
;J I have enough figUting on the streets large collection of empty newsboy LvUKV\Vi:>T.U.'due-dsys. 8 "_'pm I I.vK"I VtI'XT.-iir: 1 itv*. \2uriilayi. -.ovm 'jI. "

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fuge, the cure for worms and all ohiMivnV v
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"" $:\i 'O! feast. In leisure hours they pare potatoes but removes the mucus and fOimr in fr"m the several stations but their arrival or departure" at the times! seated is i,r>t r'rarcr"','e>ln '
which they build their nest?. Its action .-r Is this(;fompaiiy be belJ re.ponsiblefora.yth ..sycrasy conseqaent'eaf!rb-ng'th'-rilitrtn.. i
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They regard it as their: affair and therefore children White's Cream Yerraifnve( when J.! D. RAHNER, Asst. Qen'I Pass: Agt., ST. ALGUSTiNfi, FLA 4
the doctor thought it had colic, and from

;take a pride In .performing what the first dose the child passed 73: worms.
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"otherwise, ,would be irksome tasks. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy.1OASTORJA.

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to,1 J, lad feast Ju the! 'land is more General Farming? -If so, subscribe for the......,....

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;t h to millinery join her;p sister department at Miami_ left,,from onMhi I'the increasing...L.....i 'comberOi. ?'' ,papUa.t ':ii'.':'TAtb4 -1.,,:"'Ti'r.''i:?:.s.",. ;,,,::"ijf i' _-:' . i: ,"",. .. ... ,_ We'-hand}*J>rodaw of ti all kmda g w via vent tia ferNepssIureltIeva, "": ). it 1... x
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-,: will make ai,:extend d'Jrie down the church. Sanday :,'

;" Wbitt kertheCity shoVping: in town Point beeatitalt. 'r'bIg Iidiin",,"''V' titres::;_.'f'f ..r. .' :.Mre. tWnm" .'.&a Irimhntand vwrnin bWe| 'r son, Staple aM Fuicy:Grocers:, ;.= ,: : 7

t&l.rds. The marriage of Mi ouiue Dyal I.and Mr of Miiinfi have arrived to spend the festive .,; : .:, '
2U Chas. Schoonmiker, $ ter,took her A:;SPECIALTY, ;.
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r 4: =s'1Ip' t y'Mende' of, Dr; place on.'Tuesday at;ibe home oi.ttiebride .. Mrs.W..R.SandeJs. >; T'itua tvilie.', g'. i ;1"1okda'-, .-t,, ''t x .
Md.Of;Falryland.'sympathiie with him ;'at',,:Bharpe Their frieois wub <-; "s<
s i Wriweot;bemvtment. 'Mrs, Witt them long life and prosperity, ?' ,, *, Song service. on Sunday evening- was J...LORJU.A\ .m.. '. ,\ ,- LION, Q! '. .f <
Anientida ltet 1on8L well attended. ", : ; .
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Mr.:,Wm. 'Gotebalhss gone home toScranton ORILLARD BQAT00. 2 aI
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t ,of..Brockton, Mass., think that ,' 'ale & Pa., to spend Christmas with :J .
; -Rockledw should be 0tuP&b Tituaiv1ll4e; 'P10r1dA ,. t, .: '
the hunch Satarn of wife and family, bat .return immediately .
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and Mra. A.H.'TraffordWtfar 11' s ,etc. for Termaa&A; Monabaa'motore,+Moore moten,Harttbrd motors, I1.Oi.vI. .
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r': L>fIr'lral' of the planets still on cUe regular of "here white, ,. streak- ; .when' at. speeds" Mrs. Ann Gretben,'is here looking after ; MgRI11TI. ,,.,",RBIT.a c T',A._ 'r-. 'f ; ,

the. oujtbe e.-.be goes. his new home and settling his wife and Careiel.iKeattna"" d' i to" :I :(', T. : t ';;"'; ;,'
Capt.: Gingras!inn raake. come. of .the"cracks" :: ,
'ii'a home from the family,in their new quarters. .
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a, Palm Beach lit up and \take i<' i{
DOd<&. *" ; '. "i *, Miss Mary Carry, of Alleghany,Pa., ..- ,, -. !" = "
bee'na aUplanTb ... arrived, Saturday to visit Mrs. D._A. Carter -
The many Mends of D Wittfeld con :
; ew ,depot when dole with him in. "thelossof. his beloved : THE. BlAK SliI : .
wUl be the tweet '
on Miss Sanderson arrived Tuesday eves > -
wife. The remains -were interred on 'I, jw k.
r Monday. Hen was a long life replete ning to spend the winter with her parents The engine we want you .te;HeWt,. t#";J "
z ;P.W Wnbb*' will bold service with Charity< and good deeds done. at Bamboo Lodge. We are all.pleased to about Power, long life, timpMit';?.resz f- :
liability and price.: Price ia last to b@ i.
welcome her. .
; ) *1 morning in Ithe Episcopal) "
i s The last of the considered bat imporUnt tha t.' :-
1 ** vestige quondam station jwt vm;
ofRockledge was removed this week, M;. G. Gingras has remodeled Mis. Le.os sell you Btakesletr eugire; tfee'we ,

T \' rladiei of the Episcopal. church are leaving an unsightly! bole, which we hope D. A. Carter's' boat, the Egret, and putinafinedup. will sell them |o your friend.. .Tk?' .,*:"" t,.,

rp1It';<' i:: the+etdAry ,iq order as the Rev. to,see fixed upeooD! At present the rock i .,Jager engine.1io that herold Blake baa one.Iee. ''is Rwixonta a repeater..Terticai Ask the, IU.portable who; '

q.r r F ,:f ?' ?.''W.'Webber:will occupy jt this winter.' road 'e&DDOUJe. ,used as there. is.Do p.proacb. Benda hardly recognise her." Only hoisting<<, and pumping. "
K1 being pat in the water yesterday can Sent for eatllo 1e. : |jj r; _
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:: Y Idiuaer'tor.the first Mime in three weeks '. .,. say a little more of her capabilities later: : x.mtch: :A >
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: She .Aa .u.n.tq There will be Christmas tree .. ..
:.on last Satvday.! : improving rapidM a at the '. "

t,. e'r .*iitwUl[soon be in bectgpal health. bowels and results torpid from'neelect.of liver, until constipation clogged club house on Monday evening, the 24th, 4 TlTUSVJLL". ". .PLA.'t. ,

b H' Clio Jooroil'nthie;Reek was read becomes chronic. This condition is i when oar.old friend Santa.Claus will arrive V4

:i Y' 'with Interest. H seems Aat the juniors unknown to those who use Dr. King's on the scene,.arid as nothing is complete : .
_ WHITEHALL PORTLAND CEMENT
New"Life Pills the best .
acme ; and gentlest without the ladies, we sent a very
a art doing hatling..he
regulators of stomach and bowels.- Guar
Pickers theatrical troupe was in anteed by Red Cross Pharmacy. Price !,cordial invitation forjTSanta to bring his ,. -U -, ,
+ 25cents. wife this time, when, I know, their visit, V '
_ rtgef|" this week and played to fall hoasea. will be appreciated by seeing V full house, 500 Barrels will be received in the 'next

"YUBilk: Tht" town members during got the their troupe stay.t enjoyed our )fr. and Mrs.GEORGIANA.Kingaley and daughter also we will, bright all have and a beaming good time.faces, J so that o days. Costs a little more than other cement :

.;|: aT&* 8o Brothers' 'cirvos is billed for arrived from Massachusetts last Sunday. but is better. i' =

?'!*P .Thursday. So there has been an entertainment Rev. J. H. White was eighty-four Floods the body with warm, glowing EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY'CO", y>

ref' in town nearly 'every night years old on Wednesday. Little Helen vitality, makes the nerves strong, quickens ; 'f" { '
:: < this week. Bower his circulation, restores natural vigor, Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material. .: ;,
_ k great grand daughter, was makes yon feel like one born again. Hoi-
n l Mrs. GnaKog and son,of Miami, two years old the same day. Rev. and lister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents. Eau Gallie, Florida. s'xS -'

paued through here en route to Indian- Mrs. ,White, Mrs.'B. Bower and daughter Ask your druggist. .

i t'' y s f ott to vWt her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Hattie went over to Rockledge that dayto VICTOR -
k J = :. li. adere. help Miss Helen celebrate her birth Dental NoticeJ. C ,

: 4 town Cluietmae tree and entertain-- day..* of .Macy W. Newman& Newman, D. D., 8.of, of West the Palm firm Talking Machines i Supplies I nl ti

tJwW be in the opera house on Mooevenjng Mrs. Dr. Wittfeld passed
x away Sunday Beach, will be in TUusville for a few '
-d* at '7 0 sharp. Everyone is afternoon after several days of intense days fully prepared to attend to any den Records sold by the 4
{ : iiavited to attend and plate their P"861118 suffering and was laid to rest beside her tal work. He baa his office in. the brick

,, on kite tree. There will *be program children on Monday. She was one of building will opposite the court house, wherehe INDIAN RIVER MUSIC
pleased to see all who want ROUSE
a Sii! by tie children, the first settlers in this place nearly first class work done.

j ., gdge.S. C. Graham i, of Tazewell, Va., forty years ago All of .her friends and SM.. F T1TDSY1LLE, FLORIDA> ;
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: at his winter home in, City Point old neighbors were present at the funeral H. 'Y. PittsSuccessor .
Thursday. also a number from out of town. Bro.
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i ; Married ,on Tuesday, Dec. 18th, 1906, Dr.' Wittfeld has the .
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sympathy
A ; 'at the, residence of the bride's parents, of all _-

Mr, 'and MraT Alex Dyal, of Sharpes, A FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. "
;' ; Miss'Iva Dyalto Mr,Chas. W, Schoonmaker. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Simmons, Mrs. HAY, GRAIN, FRESH FRU1IS AND VEGETABLES aWe

: The wedding was a quiet one, Handy and Miss Wright arrived last buy as low as possible and ell! for cash; therefore sell the cheapest. *" 'J{

; P no invitations being issued except to the week for the winter. Look over our stock and get our prices before buying. ;".,'.

>_ immediate families. of both parties. The Brother Hawk has promised us a Corner Main and Hopkins Streets *

[youthful bride has grown op among us morning service Dec. 30th< and our people G. H. HEATH U, OO.,

'i L, and ia a charming younglady. Mr.Sehoone are' well pleased with the arrangement TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .

maker holds, responsible position of --. -

y c postmaster in Rockledge. He is one of Mary Allen returned to her home at

s our, home boys, the only son of Capt. Daytona Beach Monday. Her sister Ruth

and Mr*. ipL J. ScboonmakeV, of Cocoa. will spend the winter with her grand- MIN AY 'f

( We ,wiaVthem happiness* and success. mother, Mrs. M. Munaon.. .

x 'They. will RO to housekeeping in a home Miss Taylor, our teacher, and Mr. The Goo H. Fernald Hardware Co.

4 e ; on Barton avenue, Jtockledge. i'/l.. .
r Horace Bennett, who is clerking at .
'f Mia Elisabeth Haghlett la at home Provost's store, leave .on Saturday for Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers,

t' froa r.-Stetwn" .university for the holidays. their homes in Shiloh to spend Christmas Ales, Stout Etc. MACHINESHOPS'Plumbing --

k Y r ? .';8,% Rrten and-iittle daughter, of vacation. TItuSVILLE and"COCOA, FLORIDA

;J: :' i yIieaf=wrote' _, towo, for the DyalfiehooiuMke The,chandelier in the church fell Sun- it -Send me your ordersBNNIS&.FORT

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