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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 28, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00397
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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At Winston S..Branmng's:.. .. ..ehoe. Fresh bread, cakes, pies and tan! 4p ? .. 'f" .
shapesVsiit ... III. .fianfelette skirts, colors received; from'Sanford,F&'daiiyvPhone : .... ... "'. .-:.r ,
) the city; in" all t white an ikh' two rufcefltsMonday's try < -4p.,.. .s: -i r, .
your* 'fl.want' .,ads-* #5,J.pe fielfe; f l8 and I special 50 11. '\e"C u-Y'llfl...., .r' J y; .---;}

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w' cplors dark red end brown, large :. .
Mr. M.S.. Sam::an4 .eonFraa4._ ; of size and 1Iallct.>" eli bound, worth $2.60, in IftoBvillev'"" .... We.,Kt1aranki.etely< pale I ., : : ...:; ::;'"':

Ii ort.enay. ,'spenfapart of ndty and special White'I.bed spreadageibie: marsellaise*. Mi."V-.F.. E. :Stone, wife itt?w."s.r Q\tf: .): '. >-, .
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> / with v friends in Daytona.""1- __ extra large size, .trol'\l P.OO, special expect to;Jeave today or t -- rf:'' l : :.. .:

New Victor record i for January on,sale $1.08 *' t"" Cuba, where...Mr. Stonelis tairwdwg" _...,>Ir J "'-. : .

Indian River MusurHoose, Titusville;* Another lot mareellaiee'pattp1n, with ,Dr.'H.. G. Utley returned home,Cbnr "l- g"'i q' .. 'it
fringe, especially good for iron beds. Also
,can faiish any Victor !!records: mas' eve night'i1(Monday) fromrlfoi! '
; worth $3 00, special $x.98. : : : ..i -:
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,-Mr.j** : Dr. Armstrong, the. eye specialist,visits worth f 1.50, spec-,liEKt, cents. by the serious:illness.of his father.. ; ffj t i _
find to-date i'
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city professionally. on Jan: 9,,and will patterns, including., solid;colors pink Mr. F. T., Budge, 'who left .Jallam1 I last, .. \=. $ .c; t;, ry-t->

at the Indian River (hotel, as .usual.. white and blue, good' .!heavy quality. 121 week Wednesday for 'itosvlile,:,t>eent:; .lI ," :

; Eao Galhe Jan.. 11. cents Mail per orders yard. ,, filled' of Christmas day in Indian\iker Nurowe h 1r .: ,f; .t :.;
promptly on '
ofJ klOn- any. dear Oslo He_was delayed en route by J
lysati : :;; Mr. and Mre.\T. B. Walker, the above goods. : .
fi ; b,.iT3' .' >> arrivedSunday tOsptndthe holiday JULIUS Kusx'Titueville; battery troubles. I _#r :% :!"><-

v v here with Mrs. Walker's father Fla. Will H.: Stevens,'who recently.dfepaiie :PJ ,l t
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*xr 1, r mother. ,.Capt., !and Mrs. Jas. PritcK- Telephone-. No. 8. .., of his interest in. the Daytona Joarpi tt' : :

w tKi =16.y : .This Week's Cold ;Wave expects to start up the publication'of! a. r '. t t .4.f ,: .

*? : Mr. Penney and family, of Providence, ,.. semi-weekly Newspaper: in thatcityltboat.; -G ;a'
children the The cold wave that struck. .Florida Sun the first of January,to. be known ajthe. t; H r .
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& i the temperature: gradually crept to the r
t of their lease of the L. C. Bran up The << institatr ?
s ssion normal! postoffice :department has l', "zit.l'1' "

''... cottage.. -Jr/i ed new and stringent, .ruiefin regard iol/ .Q
The wad joie Mon '
temperature enough 1
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and Mrs. F. J.- Dodson and two day, Tuesday and Wednesday morningsat renewing the rental of box Your&Bqyt, .t: :'tieti1."Y

itt' : sons, from Jennings, Kansas, ar this place to form thin ice in exposed rent must be paid before the first day of> i/-J' rf :

> h6ifcj in Titosville the first part of this coldest the hew quarter or it is subject toraital !J
places, the temperature being ;
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il.. : on &,:fifit to Mrs. Dodson and Tuesday morning, when. the mercury to.any applicants x J' .:

I h e ,_Mi8 es Ila.and Jessie, respec- went down to 26 degrees.* Monday was Dr. J. M. Dixon; of Jackson vlllc;; if.::t-- ).4 :V'i =

[ ) t velrJIr.' i.. mother and sisters, the coldest day when the temperature did i in town this weektsbaking' bahoVwith l,' :. \ i' '

} ;; .willspend? severs} weeks here.Mir. not get higher than 46 all day: his many Titusvillefriends.friends ,Thedoit r'pi. ;. > \

fi rmatrOrllt t1t0i :! 'J'F; i ; .i L. F, Wabejmann, of New York, The severity of the cold was not equalto are always! glad to see" hlm:= Hj : ... ..'. -A Itlil1

f pr le, it : ; has'-been spending; sometime on the that of two years ago, but the duration leaves this 'afternoon: for a risi't! :. .... : st, :

.h i5..f _At wer coast i in the:interest of The Packer (four days) is really phenomenal.The mother, at Cocoa. :%,* i<'i; X t

frnit and prodjce newspaper of New long-continued drought that Florida Some of the fishermen ..have made_big .'v' ,, :--j. .

; !Zik LouiesCgam !I 1 city,; was ID town'several. days the has experienced was a blessing to the catches of trout and green turtle during -r t. :- ; .

; Miai'Mabel : !; 'part of last 'week sad first part of orange trees, as it caused all the eap to be the recent cold snap :ty! picking up these, a \i ::.1:.

rs, iyser Rums Robbies all ; ::1 week, in then interest of that paper in the*ground and the trees were in a fish and turtle while they were benumb. .\'ff? \-\1: : t> ;

4 Sheepirtoflaa$vratk gave THE STAB office a pleasant call. fully dormant condition. Really the trees ed by the cold iaBananae. : k sballows,f i"1.:' .; J _

u' ,y, fVihter? Patk; afid : would have stood considerably lower tem- and on Mosquito)lagoon.... vfMr -. ;
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: the fruit. : :
: Sodthbound! trains an F. E. C. railway
Norfolk Va last the
Saturday tght on i"1. : Of ::
The damage done by the cold is con ?
arrire'it1'iwvm 2:55 and '
: :' I : at p. m. fined mostly to the tenderest of tropical 10:38.train to spend Christmas with hit : tfamily ;

; p:".m., northbound at 1:43 a. m. and growths, such as bananas, beans, guava and will remainln thfe part of the' "' ;iI' a+:,

'+rt 'l tdeea'aE' the Tits p./m.: Anford. branch trains leave bushes, etc. The orange trees were in a state for some time this winter.. J4'! -
8 a. m and 3:45 p. m arriving at 1:35 very dormant'state and for that reason ;
eveoi Scobie that Mr. his for-- -li
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and were not hurt by the cold. There are .
<<'k' %' 8 bnder the aaspices'. the 'lY..f 9p.m. : various opinions advanced regarding the er partner in the commission business, Is.still j ,=Sl

: club!Only those in inastlwlrt 1 : Church Notices condition of the fruit on the trees; some living in Norfolk.' *, -. ;: 1o-f :;::

z be admitted to the dance'; of the groves near he ie were "fired" (i. e. -- r ,. t_ "
bmaet.p nt their Next Sunday, being-the 5th Sunday wood was burned between the rows of FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES f.4 .
? ( W. F. Allen will bold preaching trees at night) and this fruit is all right. .. "
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t at>' >r,, otherwise they will be at the Methodist church, Titusville, Groves that were not "fired" it will take Wishing you a happy and 7 V .3* ..
the |uiatadmttt onTee of$1.00. 11 a. m., and at Cocoa' at 7 p. m. All several days to ascertain fully whetherthe I prosperous New Year .i-4. '
Come have a good time dance cordially invited to the services fruit is hurt or not, buJ we believe a r. /
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;I =* ',tbe' tout and the new year in. Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at Titns few day's time ,,'illehow that the fruit is Titusville souvenir cams, 2 for 5 centatl: !V*-: '
V --t .;J\.fc at 11 a. mand' 7:30 p. m. on Sun in much better condition than a good Chas. A. Gardner, 'Phone 34t1< t )> _
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Dec. 30th, 1906. supper Titusville, Florida ) *m
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; Caught i services.Let Advices reach us from Merntts Island -:. .: .R. 41 '
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,frif Brown certainly? sncceededini f not hurt in the least, and on lower Mer Death ofCapt.Chas. Fufoif") ;.: JtI. ; ;

'. k4 "r pidt tt;dui.. i his cap as an effective as fit you op for winter, having ritU Island in some localities the beansare Monday night, about 11 o'clock,the < .?,. -
T ,ofrat frtbelaw f hite'atteridingUnited largest and most complete stock of not killed and the bushes and .
\ guava of Chas. Fulton passed from "
spirit Capt. .. _
shoes, hats.'men's and boys' !
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8ttei ort au J b1 ntille aet=week. leaves are'not frosted. At Merritt, in the '
on the east coast. the mortal body after a longhand paitfuU i". .
a s aritneet bektre-tha grove of E. P. Porcher, it was not deemednece Y
_1ruo iii the ; court
> WIXSTOX S. BRAXXIXG, ,
,=ary to fire as the temperature did illness, he having'suffered a corogli- :
t ized lib eecaped negrpib The Clothing Store, r t. ,.
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<** .Fla. not get lower than 30. cation of ailments ever since fast summer. ? .; -, '. -
ameofJohn4ugnstna ; Titusville, noticeable feature of this cold .'
: The wavelike Deceased had been a resident of Titus- : '
is witness ( one of several years ago) was that it
., rrha a in a peonage
Arrivals like
fire.v fiver Hotel,. Recent extended so far south with its coldnere ville for something 22. years, comings a

(1P Bent upfront Mr and Mrs WC Price, Scranton, Pa; ice forming as far south as West Palm 1 here for the first time wheat Lorillard '. V

; 4 'raid *ember JL 1900,', vIPm -,for break-'- .' : W Cockrell, A H King, Jacksonville; Beach and .Miami I -the temperature at steamer, Indian River, commenced her It e
fr* T"r. iIdlD ** Wabaeso,' C Knight Atlanta; Judge MS Jones, Miami being no warmer than on Merritts trips in 1S84. Capt Fulton was in his 70th .
4 r gTteiroi oft eve year/bnt made his : ; Mis! Marguerite .Drennen, Miss Island, on the rz-t side: of Indian river. "
Wor hia' I Fit ,
and ot had
't most Itfe been a y' t y-
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wind blew from nest r.
Drennen, Martin, Ferry, 0; A A The steadily .
; e ne Jrftewin yearl Ql. <;When northwest of seafaring manHe leaves. a widow, two .
and Monday
Geo. Afhrroff, John N Worley, except part Gilesr
Cl .Slwnff:BtoW inked the negro andIII : ; J Toensfeldt, Jacksonville; W A when it veered 1 for awhile to the north. daujhters-lrR.*-rP. and MISH

iraa fuUj. eaiififl d as to his man be pat Chicago; G W lieimion, Mrs ward but backed to the nest again. Fulton Flora ,Fulton-and all residents a of son this, place.Master Chas ':. '

_tisitd1e'ulgac hlm'/ijibt the courtma'cbj Tallahassee; Carl Summer, L 's The funeral took place from his late ;
the enrl.rigp i 'of4Jie TJ. S.t ,'Cal; Frederick H Hand, Jr, Mi Dental Notice residence in South Titucville; Christmas r.
W R Woottn Macon W E Sammie I .t.
lc.) ties of Vinzant, D;Stern and wife,, Master; Harold Stern,, J. W. Newman, D. D. S., of the firm !! afternoon (Tuesday), Father M.. J. Cur .
I o'e Paint i i J ley, of DeLand, officiating and the inter "' t. '
k hlttbelatiet'.asivingad known J Shank, Geo M Gnnn, New York; of Macy & Newman! t ; .:
the was a : Beach, will be iu Titusville ,for a few j!I ment was made LaGrange eftmetery", : '
daub aQe negi t boy, Skill, Titnsville; T B Brooker, ,, .. ,
"Y aeE ''t> Attu rrfiisr tL sekeonvihe. Palm Beach; Jake Allman, Edward days fully prepared to atteixl to any dental .I j -'tg itI .' > # -. 1
rh filly acknot p d that he Knox, Florida; \V T Mathers, fee An work. He has his office in the .brick I Card of ThanJts> *,. + t ,
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\ tr IV jpv from this aaraitad S Cal; Helen Wilson, J P Wilson and building: opposite the court house, wlieie I i Mrs.'Fulton and+" family return siHcere Ii 1-

n, ,wn ,broojht.himvback; herojb gait B R Wilson and family, Mrs. Mary he will pleased to see all who want thanks their maajj .friends for : theft .
; dfepoiiLTbere; state sol h *i| 8 as Titusville; Hubert Whipple and first class' work done. kind assistance during the lung continaed.

{,. I to his is a'reward ofJIOO Brockport, > ,Y; Mrs P, B Wall, illness the late Charles,Fulton. /?:: .
Car this convict; which Sheriff Brown is : Wall, W P' Ricr-ardson, Dr C'H DressMaking Parlors .. "- t, ". .-: ... _
; -eertamle $ edrtoreceive v p .fy Van Dyke,-W tf JjfShelL Jacksonville; Mrs. C. A. Krulder has opened dressmaking THE IND..AX RIVER' HO1LELprovides a-' :

Pecan For Bale34eeealjng V B Mcllmne,jiPW H Carr, Fred parlors'int THE STAB building*. ; r' ,f ..
-i E Robertg, Tirapa; la Hilmsfl and.wife, ground floor.. Tripling hats a specialty.Tents hot and told bats and inside "
"W pecan trees, paper hell Miami; J B"RaaeACbu c W'O'Boyle, .. toilets on twq floors, air-bed rooms overlooking -'. _
? 1 O p'sof eood'mulee nd i owe varH&loonisfftst For Bale at 25 cuts each: : it 'i? '
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k served. tJ lea M. \ For Sale % the river sample. rooms, cozy *
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i : consultation rooms/ cool diniog.
T OetraN Tfrvlhe F1&nopy McFarland .teats second baud,' larp ,/
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f' x ip ; t rooms, fr4e library with the leading daily '
in fair order, very cheap.. \Apnlv to'THE. and weekly-papers.on file free telephone:, '.. t. .
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: nec built rr araallo.11 .faiit, ; r sad Vat sails, ,anchor""and ten 'ballast, bags. AbargainApply trains,,only five'minutes wslkvfnJaivthtion .
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draimBtances. ":they have a' considers'' daring this, week .and to. tell her t i a sick tIO.spell. tomprrow.1',Qaicl r p a ,.11t',I".rtrf=fi t

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Apt :_'y tJ uti giauy ialiabreDrlvatewoad sthtniiy toe.;:the statement that, the the, ruse' at, 'a .glance, and' realized 4. A PROMINENT- !t \PHYSICIAN'S <.t' :;:i

> rate x" A srappos ed canary:;blrd8 secured daring their hard task.. ;, 'Working assiduously ,

try lDQIHOderII'IDaa'pfti"ttque -. the State Fail coslandnIfrom: : eaae. ENDORSEMENTf; PfU : ':
op the they visited the woman'sstopping A
." niintuctipttt;\tapesItrl "leafthan ; '''. Dr.-A. J.. Hannah, ft J leading phytldan! of UmaUBa,' B ." '
:estimated JL5u 'and 'upward) are nothing' : place; :ancJ.'found that her ;, Ha., sa).: "Jlhave been using Herbme fa.nycrH*' rl K fi P

;, { fimillar trljhtMrtorgan I English: *ttparrotfa.it' -4 : trunk,ha ,been:moved Saturday night .- t' :tiee and am veil pleased with the results: I sJW yVrv! K t ** s.

rr Boer during the last decade' that, ,+ Is! :claimed _that: these_ birds_ were; 1 They Sonny: the driver,, of the wagonwho ,. wr; keep-tome on hand and think it & grand* mu*.+J&imta&_ : V "' "fHs ssT* S 'BT : :
\ for B&kmsnese and
> -.. 1 ioo;Is wortti more'than 520; 'care jUly. painted to represent canary carrle4..it. to the, "depot, and '\.. : IJverComplamtL" = :l

c. these of arttui .b1rt.racid placed. ;.In -the little cagesand learned there'thif.tlJ.e. trunk had beencheckef Lsr8eFBottle,.50c Axe d'AUBallard fit'__ 'titiW,., = ;f _
1 tmanyof objects '
f'
"i x r tflea'of Sam disposed of at'good 'ad vantage,by to Mtaml.V The;woman had : \
vrhere 1
i : rv '*' Snowy LinimentS \
s, w ;weey ,slid there. the the, genius. ft been shrewd enough to receive S .
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,. A i tlietart!, ft laws are shaped Now, with the,,lapse of.a little time", mail here under a name other St. LofO_ -.5t.'.Vfs..*. A,: '.t l ; s_
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f' ''i{ Morgaa's view; Meantime sprightly. little., birds are said 'to be than Madam Hudson'so no cine could -"' '"

r. zatn7bttsyigathbrlltgiromiplacesiln mowing themselves In their true colorand thus: i) obtained in assisting in locating J1 _' 4 S tS

rtq' the) dnty the treasures that .'pining for their:,liberty In the trees 'her by ,an order for.. forwarding
w
be stored In bis museum vaults, "
-
p w bimi' Its walls onset upon Its of the city. 4 her. mall.. It is positively,known 'that SOLD AND .RECOMMENDED OY* -i-

i It was 'a shrewd, little game, and she left th.e city last Sunday and went REED CROSS I'HdBffi1CY1"l'1I89IIJB' iad EA1t'GAW.IE' PHAREA Yt WBlUJi %'

qJ Thebuilding: ., which is'a% model of establishes'a,new value for the little down' theEast Coast. / .. 4gk

.s tu elassic anty; tandsjn 'East'Thirty- pests that,infest all large cities of the The i story of the swindle 'of Mr.

; ehth atieetrew'Yak; a few yards country,.. and' have been apparently Peterson, as learned is ''to the effect 4 a arI

ty across a.lawn. fromthe conservatory' very worthless.Baseball that the woman's aid as a clairvoyant +. ,

t'a < s ; JMriMorgan's home, which Is'at the was sought to assist him in carrying 1 IJ [
= ipprierot> Madison avenue,* From his ; > -

4 -S o the museum Mry Morgan Is on the East Coast, out/ a. deal Involving' a large amount .ft .... fiigiiis

!!13 < abtvC t :go in titormy :weat1 r without (Times-Union.)) of money; that'she was to wear the tit'11>" ,

t r a e statfig the outer air This if1'nccomt money in a belt around her waist fora .. W
*"* Headed by Jim Duffy, who, played .
= : y 1 by.an underground passage that stated period to bring about the' ARF HltiJLLY-Jr) }:T- feX '
i
second base for Columbia ,
h at the beginning
trgm-etalrcaae .bj the c'onserva- Sil ..
luck she to rED
desired that
good was :
;
'' ;;4 tarp taT they vaults '.that contain art of last season, a team of ballplayers FOR SATISFACTORY--,, -
give a'receipt for it and order
treasni'M garnered the of made ; an USE IN FLORIDA f
r 'tromp] ends up of tossers. from WATERS #
her for its return on a certain
upon, 'y
-- -
many leagues, will pass through here .
h;: a A :The Y vaults,, made of steel, are i In b kjthe 15th instant. for Miami, which day. This large amount of,, money Rega1 Marine I ; 'lit

r 4M ;' the basement, which extends the entire place will be the headquarters for the and also some diamonds were fur.nlshed ; Dgint l ,

Yth team winter Stand for the highest of
during the season. type
? r arc'hed 'wltk ,masonry, is ,of good mt'c'banicslskill
; but when the over-confident patron and reliability
a 4 : heI ht; _and/'the great V apartment Last" season" the various 'East Coast, Madam Tory are f arrived to his
i r( w,,, r 'gtotfaiy l enough .in.a dim light, can be' hotels:each,had ball_ clubs, and some get property park ignition antonx.liile tyj e, I r
Hudson was found missing, cLaniciil) valves, float hid
so was
jmadebCerfnl as .day by electric 11Imnlnation. rare: sport: was afforded the guests$ carlnretor, rncloffd ('J all k case,

is u Here,\ere *std portable during 'the ;winter. Duffy was with the promised good'tuclt, along. with steanlferged (rank i-haft, and *

r: ioWectiffoo rare and ofT value too great the team afcOnnond, which was probably the cash and diamonds, and the much. bronzed bearings: Have the -

,; totTbefleftfln' the large.'open.chambers wanted clairvoyant Is:"yet", unfound. fewest number of woi king pa its l .
the. strongest of the East Coast Consistent with a perfect
operating
tE
: 4a srbead. They. acre kept within the 'While In Jacksonville Madam, Hudson motor and 4narij other .. a
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teams. There such
rle ranlts'except when their owner were playerawi. r did a large .business, ,and during iclnsive. features foundony. ) in tb Rf>>gal 1 > '\i!' $ \
the Ormond team as, Andy Coakley,
'wishes-to hate them brought ont, for
y f iFt6e view'of himself or friends. 'There pitcher.f r the Philadelphia Athletics: this, week'her office has been- visited. THEY' ARE BUILT TO RUN AND, DO ifa.workiijueBjift., .F t t9 -

t U ah original manuscript of the Perstaij'poet Tom Doran the by a large number ol% patrons.1Up liadeintLrtet3ParlSand5B.Pp" ;- "
r ; who. was with ( Detroit : single] e3Hndcretoi5. ; .U;. ,
P. dc
-- to uble Cylinder; 80 B.l' fuur )
Omar Khayyam.. 'On! shelves team last ,season, but who flnlshethe December 1st Madam Hudson c3lindel _

: ',, fn..one. vault are parchments covered recent with had an advertising contract with the Wf' slH, mtnofatnra! lira d hfavy.lifol' .
Rochester
season In .a
frnn 6 B. P it,1t (')11 u to 45 B. I). If -
[vwHh-the light, flowing strokes that de Metropolis, and terminated.it on that uJt'hndc r. t

i c y note the oldest Greek manuscripts the Eastern League; Murray, of the date. Due notice of this fact was Tl] t' D1u.y Lur.drcds of RfJS! tbjliJlfl! now in. opt'raUon'through.i' S
Eastern
:M Several ot;them, are1 earlier than rtbe Buffalo ( League) club,. and made public. All her indebtedness to 'out tbe (I untlY 81(1 8 USlIlJltte oCthe utbr rJi t.

Christian There are Latin.manu- many other minor players. -,
1. y' ; v 'scripts of eras theirarlous.periodKoman( Duffy writes the Sporting Life that this pap.er,, was promptly settled.., GetaRfgaliDilieBfgiEEirg l Dcn't, fu Ii\limt\ e et *

+ '*** antfquev Mefrovlngurn);,Loinbardian.Carri he has secured. a splendid tea''a Hands me i iplanattry catalogue mailed elf e on request! / i. ,
,
sa 4: *:i lovlnsian and .Gothic, with Its artifl represent: Miami this winte- : He'd toChamberlain' Regal Gasoline Engine Cjf t

j \ .. ially-pointed characters. not mention the names of the playere "*
'' sfS.vi, '''A5masslr door swings, the lights a Cold *
Water *
C v but it is Michigan '
} 3s* very likely he has secured j <*
flashed, and the visitor,beholds lllumi '.
(
*- Hated manuscripts that represent a fo several of the men who were with him

-LS :! i tune, Egyptian paper orscreeds In the at Ormond last season.

n Byzantine: 'styles. In other vaults are The Indications are that there will

.r : S -' English or' French parchments, with! be many exciting and well playe a .. A > .

;g .theiridelicate tints of'blue, and green: games at the East Coast resorts during I '

tt -" -, r''' Instill others, ancient writings of Jtal.v' the present winter season.A EAST COAST MEAT MARKETO.

it ,= :ihdjpain with Initial letters that de Ferry Seeds ,_ '
; r 4 'pIcTanimal? and flowers in bright col ( F. DUREN,Agent, are not ann expert. ,
Fool and His Money. ment.but with
a proptrculU ,
,r L1 ors andd gold. .5* x vation,tliey assure CUCCCM T
t i '- One'{it.tl c'rarest: manuscripts the (Jacksonville :Metropolis.) Florida and doubu frm the start. User*have no J

ziz 4 t* colectioh) is Qhinese.'. At Is a thoasaml, Madam Hudson, a clairvoyant and tait 1 = "- at planting at harvest.nor Getfro disapjointmenu -

"- .years.old.; :.There is'no binding. Eacahee !- palmist wiio has had her place of

;'* Is detached. The writing Is upon business in the HerkImer building Cough Remedy WesternMeats =

blue paper. The characters are whiUtt i
:during: the past two months, is reported -
some of the shelves stand weird The Children's" Favorite

b: k'v ? t figures carved In Ivory, plain for the missing. Madam Hudson came,. CURES.- '
to Jacksonville Coughs, Colds, Croup and for bl SBSst, unrest beat crops-
{ j most part but here and.there one:th at equipped with the best atalldealers. FamousfotoVeT

'f Is of references from of Whooping Cough. of all Soycars. 1007 s swwt
; f known to the Greek antiquarian as people prominence Kinds free on request. .tTITUSVILLE.

n ?. chryselephahtta.work. This is Ivory and was an extensive advertiser This remedy is famous for its core*orer D. M.lfaRpY
A large part of the cirilized world. It can dti CO:,
.:' a overlaid.with platea.of gold. All along iu the city papers. always be depended upon. It contains no oatrottIah, '
ry opium or other harmful drug and beet I
may FLORIDA.
the walls the vaults On
b ;; ? are ranged Thus far, the city detectives have' fen u confidently ton baby M to an adult
E one side there are priceless treasures Price 25 eta;'Large Size, 50 cts.
been unable to locate the claIrvoyant.but ,ej
of paint and canvass, works of the old
,' f T masters. Some are they have learned that she left THE I RIDGBP
9 t, t of tthese toY be 9
gyn. : hung, but'most of them-will remain I In the city on last Sunday. The interest RT
y
; their gloomy stronghold, to receive the taken in the disappearance of Madam KILLTH COUCHHD

r *. % fight only when some favored eye Hud on' by the police is due to AND CURE THE LUNGSW1TMDrKing's "THE MOTOR THAT
r P MOTES"
would seep report to the department by A. K. -
r "
+' S The main Coon, tht entered from
one terson of this city, to the effect that \ :
; ,e J rthe street as the prcat bronze doors There is no reason why
he had been swindled out of something you cannot have
t open, has bat one chamber, n its east '. motor outfit. Let
& ( ride,, This43 the library. It3 stock d I like $23,000 in cash and diamonds us demonstrate The Bridgeport to you
and :
w ,*" already with rarekyolumns,4bnt there by the palmist to whom he hat) New Discovery we will convince you that there is at J leas_ ? one reliable

: :are thousands more to came'tram over entrusted the small fortune in lieu ol gasoline motor built. The more

r ; S ;' f. \.+*i seas,,,vwhen the tariff te adjusted. At: services lie expected to receive fron FOR CONSUMPTION SOc Price& S 1.00 more anxious we are to have severe your work: the k' :I;

; 1t" t a present the'., shelvey which are ofLV' you own a Bridgeport'the '
her as a medium of good luck. Free Trial. simple most reliable
and
_, y. brpnxe. rise only to a height of six durable_ motor on tHe market
The case was first reported to the
iJ'-.feet'On Surest and
all Aides of the room..It U Sir. Quickest Cure for all rr.No
S 4 k rI'Yocgsn's+ lah to Increase7'the'shelf! authorities on last Wednesday, and THBOAI and LUNS TROUBLES !&

4 4tcapacttyas'the Influx-of, books demaodsv Lieutenant, ,of Police Roach and Detectives or MONEY BACKHOLLlSTLffS ** Takes No Cams No Gears .

Y : All the.Volomes are ;behind[ Crawford and/Cahoon at once .' Easy
Operate. -
el ''ist> % fGobeBtt tipestry' that costdecorates' went;!"to work to, look up the clairYoyant x .

an; one'wan, above ,.Wheathey! visited her office '. O untain, Tea Nuggets Worths Parts_Quickly Access! ,le
"
1 +r btiok and w thewafi are gSI-
i JheIVVes .tk..er is tutly found a/negro?: servant In 'A Buy)MttHoiu'lbr Easy People.
(
: Me _
; nitj YeredLthey, a de1I :, domestic iteted.that ... Qaldn Setltb aid Baaa.edPidar f TEEm: : 4p: +QR 1!:
her
{ The ceilings,areof I *ua ti sttpiiei't ,L "f t
-- .x:'" udedse ....e,.....Lire For Those
Who
andni'ersareiv ,eaplor, > i dad__ goal, ..ywap. :for., a few! .... DSaeY Eczema,Impuri lust Be Satisfied
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> -r''''< BIoood, ... .
Headacte
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'jM oy,there !s a'..,days,:' .that' sheh ;was, feeling- flLjaeryant ud ese Tea in Ub TS ; :* J

loam d votett' 0 boots that :olie .She.I ittedtrlie '*to"vbeepihejofice lee form ft emu a tro>U--Genuine made by F. N. HITCHCOCK & CO. Agents
i : d"assot? ef he fit .. T- ; ,- ... I. BauuratDatw .x 1'w Madison Wii I ;, { "
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of of. road-hive fonndthat"itj8nrt '- ; -
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Up from the,h f".TJ1 .. ,- <:1't" '
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aDd .fftvo&CiobrYt : : .; ,pracUcable+ to''transportAttgwrUnel p"wer, 'L; ,'" ".. :''ge :04'..:... '-....,'. ) 1" fi:' .- ',':"'-:: -
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,'' .., His life etch :"..t1 AJ. ;f' ,b' ,,? 4- '-,.. .
.;; toy't e1-Jh- jcruiona ,' o\- H ;;" ;;;' '!" -lk :
< .. )ApalichIcOIalimes. Iii C&T'fo;.i'.Tctpars... .' -. ..i"'t f ,. at :-A life M'weei u: ." at ", - ??Sa"ireukaori; Sem- St; : a 1ther-u'8 they'roonqor Filled with the lng e&U _::1t.IaJ. .-. Y. '-".

"indfiq equtpaent"t there:'toindle 1 'aUttach, ;Who rose immortal, ; 8. '_;4.tcen' '.' "' it ft c. ,:< '_ ,,;
arri fe j TC yesterdajDarningfrom : : ; _'* -

I 4 3ttl hia,caAp;raiake Okee- workTnd.3'i Y.R. >..rtJiera6hju.... ["'l">eeii8elected'as : His way gloriooi Ks'deedi- i l.J""th'1. liiil_"'-'k-f"'; ?" 'L :"t, .

hobeeiudyailll spend several days in :the-, place' "vto "establish:"the Hia love the 4V ';bad flire1 _it>its. -' :

tbl dty:'B1I a aalten=*;a'moo.dldAboat braneb; u It"wilt be locafedatiboui[ : To win &nob. by 'Tha'' '". th' -;-''' ''''''''''?[ .3fA, 1 ,"
O,'sacred hoar. \\ .>' 8. e\l'8I8 nt ""
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; two;;rnqnths ago and will the.m1ddle;>" of:the:, ,line%t iien{,Com: birth. '. bi l' ;-- -

recelve reatment while here j Dr..Mer1 pleted,to.Ke t..West! Since they shall rise ey are so populaT, __ iY + "
i To know themael' ;; :"' f ""
rattai ((1tnsbim1wasQnlte Sex ';Last. week f"W.L.: ,Singletonmaster who use -thy__ 1 : :-
ThOU art"the way, .P -'
:but,Drslerrill?thinks ar'buUde.. ;.". f. ;the:,road' ,- was., In Fort will can teiyouwhat/y: j .

: i' a arealriieltfr' yf Trapical* Sun' .. Pierce\ ,the guest' ..,of?N:/;J*. TrotieU,7aad Whose Shall love clean and awaio"l1 ers. in your': 1. -- -'" ::_t .lFf '': ,' <. .

: f***V-'m\J r*Vr -v *" "- T -f.--#""* "" .while here aelectedteplace,for twin .. .. '" i of them :...' f' ', J! J.;. ,;', ;.
-iser e 54: wbactitft"dram* : '*'i!<. : ';
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,
"Ji r / tttq:beiinaingt'.foperitona,'.andMr.Trowell >Wreathering do positively think that Dr. Meek'i.: :sc; ; '
hat
,, .' fydry'' 1uea etrs-.tlyex fad tray iiainnibnedto"SL devo.Co ,Pills are the best JMdIcfne -;,".,-y t-
> ome dry lGgatarsa ." s. *,." *!- .Angus-- Jesse ,Jehovah!Over put'upon the L market* ,.jlekt/ _
,,' tiiw.to'Complete- arrangements., 'And,closer.kindred so restful and, sootUtaav $ "'- -
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; r0 ailii pe; borne undin'lodtOtw t any bad after-effect*."11.f ,,i J >" ;-
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. t 'thAert woi ai h & hpwoods ,itt itt.UUe :IntOTtton. of-tlie,. railroadcompaaysto Some. day, His Bred ,with neuralcta so. that :mow'a 1.
'" And know' Him would Just ache and oujttr.v' 1{; J
- .>, drovet FarmequnnndIakeButlerrepo4 }at:once."erect.> storesroom2Ox4O. Lord.' I cannot take opiates-but I ca*: : 1f' ''f-- -:\' ;
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"" } a :?kc:' ,. jteet;whictt: will be.use l Whole life was filled these tablets and Obey .& <'i'
a great'mmberof; alligators in me. No one that suffers-w1th <....
Jl'i =1 'ToomerlatJseksoa; Whose shone : :
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glory '
: v; : 4<' t woods to. 'bOUse, 'lie tools, hardware and : ., need fear:to:take them ajT 7'c;.. i -
the fir iud that voiced .
who
He baa
thiiriseetioa a ,
that he will'be a' say they win not form a habit ter '. ; :!
}:> t '. : i "" t't
t"; thee reptiles ;cause .tnfca no end of paints:, 'Work/has already, started:.n Lives now &was any opIAte IB them I could .. gi:

#- 1; ; rat<*Atbaf.tr ty. ', wt, taorri by>eaing.up"{ ; their small hogs.-; preparing; the Tana..for ,thJa,nfldlng.. Lo, I am here!\! .take them.I feel baa Just, and ODe In I'can the 4o'IDO".4. tJ'- o-' ?''.::?

I : the'BoyntonTr the'point between the'rep track To,blew and all day." h
fr.1 f growers m e.uer Star at : !r''fU" 1: StSFV .
; name W. H. BURKETT. ; '
; ; > 0
po -,'are putting out "* 1 *'"** and the 'railroad Y.,and two,carloads The and dbjr '." ::::4
..;Ii_ f-Over < of firult; poor ; Mils''Anti-Pain Pills are sel J. "" 5- ,
. t.- "i- thunored acres, *m :seed ans ;,ftjmfllldn pounds. ;was of lumber and 'a carload'of,materials '.The spirit of my druggist, who will guarants* that'-F! ,; -.
> *T "*' handled by "the Atlantic Coast Hue And they shall tint package will beef .If tti ,.- Y &
and tools 1*: expected daily When light he win return,your asnsv. :-':% ', ;:
fx>p:DelAnd people during; the month > Health wisdom ..., 2S cents. .Never sold fa hulk ;..:,, :t' 'fc %'

a ':'h i k Yot t ;( rrstran.' Temperance': ,bt' November,. _tb : largest month's this arrives, ,the building will be Immediately delight Medical Co,. Elklurt.Ind.}\-3 T' _* 2r '$:!'- --

4 ii allfiamthas tartcd.a'->-move' freight 'ever .handled here, and the erected, and the 7Rork'oi' 6, blessed way, that .."!; 3 J $:*i.!: :
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to cent lwet;std,dry;electronTh'e passenger;,'business was t60 per cent repairing. cars will' be begun on the His tender love ffJ .t. ,.. : ";.-:iJ .-.
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shrineWhen .;
and ::
track adjoining'the storeroom, f : ;
.if.
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weag for the corresponding month life's fall flE

annual. conference'. of the. ,.Igst.,,ept.;e j otusis; County Record. later a car, repairing shed will :b-; glow, surge. : -iflt:
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= *"*"-. erected.N. About each soul Most Y lwdle sa of i.li.ii4' ''kilJt
wcorreipondinaecr'etarsies of t pmitttavOf cigar from Tampa forth twine. '. BtJOj"wrPdl .' S S
1
-; Trowell has been placed in -Ji, 5.-
> : '< ,, ''''<< "' J.
; 80 let all
pral
> give
"" ':1' :be rdI'Oft, '. UmerD' u!!e?; :December were us
ending
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t. e.w"; :
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"" >:- charge of the repair work, This blessed day RUDDER .. .
'f.I''i :'tom =i34tst: id;ln'Jackio>tviite,.f.,, : as foreman 'i \1
i; ..... ] ,... ,. 6i90,000"Preyiougly. reported ship child nigh. .
... : !"-"Pl \<<' '-' ., '
assisted twenty-
will be
:: :':'"i -'f. .o:: and'-he by TO. BOOK J'f
Utfrom\Fort_Mde mourn th present ,.year were : l : _
.for *_ .
fJ-tt11jJ ; ,
carpenters .L
., ,, ,, 1 '-t fire men-painters, and < :
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'..;,.-. -4-' onehun<.>- 2l7,51b 5TotaI .fromJannary'l.ta''Deeember joco boats have been built from th Ines; ,$; ; ..fI..fir' 4 .
0004 shipments
"saifar 'a'- q
; ':.--'f.i"--":; ,: _, 1 ; helpers. Mr.. Trowell has already engaged Co.14.'" in these books-SucctM&aT sari to &.**
ff =It!I :estunatedythit 8 ''were 253- ) clime and upon every tea-Full iMaU-; 'f' '
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: and forty After of -l
one 1Z'I'
card '
;3 eleven. .men. and, will.,.fill"_the inK of ill pans, ihowinc vfat h fa an4 : ... :;,
( ''are 'itfll';20.000.boxw'i to 75,000. 'Total shipments for:the cor- coveries known to make itText.extremel ., a
$ here to MtipU.:, If., : i
,.... J 0. quota as soon as the work progresses. .i, r.;.. > _, 1 .
;t 11Y..ta7';, fi -bej.l'\oY: !..".;,',.f mn,---:,\,thti'j' ,'.fJ L.' > reaQo>}ding,',periodfr.ot\iast. year were this is"another enterprise for' Fort Ryan of Atchison TO BUILD A RACER rOR.tSO. ., ''it; -. ':l '
I in the abdomen hre.5Ii. ,
.cowntba.tLlrkearaband ;
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iff.1t' Ttia'1Iori4a, i :of 208,050Jop( .The increase. in shipmentsfor I ( ..... ebo.tta.6ule.lw.uakoai.el... : .'4F -: "
? : Ianu1aConference,', Pierce ,that will*,add to its population gust, will return .4Z'"' '., -.; ..,
:---" thla .to.December BUILD A BKIMACK : 4
TO .h t
: year. iip ;
IM W 'the. u llethodlst... Episcopal \Church .tod the'. 'extent_,of its business., man In every way bola for.flerwe..ilih or bwl'-' .1 {
f 1h. ,;fkuth" ". cbsit i ned" at, ,PalatkTuesday! 8/.45,675OpelgaW.) LAn factory bullet pierced .ler flubernm'errtnlwbiter.rb.nt.{-pRfr'f, .. ..
;
Vf.'.3') .. ,. -' / .'; ,: Now411 we can secure canning [ puuudpiotureirfeonpleM koalt : r
'X t''i'h 1 : "cj "..";T;-..., r "h.t- ''. '''lL'!.i. CIa1-3lorril. '' ', J. Interesting- case was 'heard byJudge and! acrate, millour: Immediate, teen times. The : TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP' ,..$ ."." "! -
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: tocotofal ubb.iii
:.i ;" '; formed by Dr. raciac L.
: YnjD" !Ifi ,}turbo_chat4', J; ;B.; W&Us,7idky; ;; 'afternoon, necessities will be alleviated. Ia,b.-.4IIa aM Au&nIIa, .., t. Mae 1 e.r ,' -. '- t
\ copied nearly with. z .
:,. ""-! : i' -A''Tit.MJ.....+,Ind tw4WYarn.t ; -that of. Garrett HL Taylor, a minor, ofPunta AgafnaAother necessity 'is brought many cases an TO BUILD A MOTOR- .UVIfCH'M 7.,,,< e ;'

;.#" romlnWtbuilness .Gorda, vs.. the American BenevolentLAsaocIationof .- to the front. Where are ail these results !. IIM| pnctictL Jhnwinj how to eoumitt albs q
'l T ;,two 'of Peg > fatally ...mU/ttxxor.. bTertletkTBlaai.. ... M-
'"' bars'"" ''''' 'a:>|" W/K)0.site : ; St Louis caseIn people to be. housed Is_ there no, testines bare TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT -, ,
b' .. >ti. .) p I ......... +. .... ; 1-\' 1J"" ,>- '
:
/t -'..,' ; which the plaintiff seeks to recover from ten to one or two all rnUinjr boatrfooi cHi,| &.II.. fit "
Ji:that: 'dl ty, :bi'wl ch they.ropose to method,, of seeming .u .>le.hadur..wa.ra r-- .;-' 3\
-L "end o.the.flnegt hotels 111 Flor' $2,000 life insurance"''from the .Association twenty-five houses. in Fort Pierce this wounds in TO'BUILD A.MOAL.DIIAUGMT.Loa. '.1 ,;..*.i ;--

: ,. In. which his' mother was In. sewed together by tb .(1IoaCt dW --. er.rMi l.r' ,,;.;' fi.tj!'
? _
"'" 'Ida;, ; .j ;t winter pIaL 1 ,..
,(,'Y.i'f: iI ; sured.. .The claim is contested by the. ... thread. Ryan Il."Z.TO bUILO A rUTTIS: OR SHARPIE: -:>. *?& > >
jf' re,brls!beenaa'Terygreat: ;falling! Dead In Boat and has regained & ;. iacitnia tjaMtBtenAfark. .*,-!'i1.1! C%:w
: insurance company on the ground' ..-rt a wll :euboI &'elf eiaaJlll;elta.nloo'....ft4 'I,, ., '.- .. .
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N .it ofGrln4oriage and, grapefruit: shipitfiie that the, deceased ,.habitually..usednarcotics. "(Jacksonville Metropolis.) .. TO 1UILO A MODEL YACHT .> -A -l' > Jf-E;
Death
;week ticoprdlng to pIM. crip&iGD olllow 10 hiIcIaW;...... r. 't? !f-'i.t..f f
"t; m .past ; ,The company;, through its 'Captain ued fa......aooIela. f<- .
John Cook of Mayport, "
follows an "'t'
never .
s'pooki. total fot the ,
:
the i
i .!oolf : attorney; John W Barton of Arcadia, 'i'-j'
.
: Bueklen's Arnica
found- '> of Bl:. F. a $1 !!
"ending. last night, by ..freight;; the dead body Beyer PRICE .. EACH j
Tleek I' ihe used the and healing lf
showed that
..... --' -- *-* .. snuff.which Ohio in small MCPAID BV CSMtSS "'WMIIII'"J, > _.
citizen of Sandusky a
NMch those
-ft' 2,422r with pre- poisoning. -Chas. ? 'T
'J\c-y: '
;fi genial Arcada lawyer designated a in cloth-Cold .. ;* #'':
.' 1. ..>viooalh'reported bringi'-the total up. boat drifting down the river: late yes Reneaelaereville, N. by 12 inches Large,Oariynlniwn plum, /-' .::' r'a
I narcotic., .Treadwell,&, TrPadelltof ay -
MfeieBS Seth Burch of \
: The forpO -
.to.;f, 22;:;'.rori. ,Myers jPress.-\ Arcadia, and John'H. Hancock of Fort: terda2attsfnoon. sore on his neck I RUDDER FUBUSHINQ CO.- &
and the
match' Times-Union from the waaicatrledto.Mayport gruer' wounds, burns &!' STRUT New You U.t;A
k to the Ogden appeared for. plaintiff i I1 :.
: some"find'reported authorities: _
to the Cross
tf Conunlsrdonewf -' 'decided Pharmacy.. rf portal for Catalogiu of Boott for T J t
'*Like City;.,. the' County: .' Judge Wall in favor* of the Justice Greenberg Impaneled a cor / .**'}Library.. .. ..".
pic6lambU: ; County hate plaintiff: whereupon'.Mf. Burton gave NJ,
: : oners' :Jury to investigate the man?? Benjamin ,,J J
.
easeftheconnty convicts; to Keeffe notice of an appeal to the Supreme of Tallahassee, a. "
i dead..and:the following facts developed
J. ";A'!Ca,.of;plustee, at ,'30.05 a month Court, -Tampa Tribune.. that he Governor -" .
# ;,. Captain Cook stated
theprteeJtWs I
This is
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ch- p. per.annom. I Leon County.
i' found,the body of Beyer in ,his little
"* gheit; :clais of ,labor has Reclaiming. Marsh Lands. \
Sr/ Terbrought'Tnere: .were, six bid. fishing boat lying in, the bottom of ATLANTA : ; ;

v ,t.M t-., -- .= .\>. h (Fernandina Star.) the craft ywith his head swinging over A ry

.,der&At. Mr. Wright,. of San Francisco, a I in the water. Captain Cook said that { .
.":, ''iontra \;'tor'the building to be The glycerine *
'I'J l he found l evidence of foul play. The
brother of Mr.' John M. Wright, the, medicines greatly BIRMINGHAM >

I .;erecw&'it- :: the' -Jain -town Exposition owner of the extensive marsh lands man hf-i evidently not been dead ver; cinal properties i

/..:bt"\1te' Daughters'of'the Confederacy east of the city will 'be here soon to long when his body was discovered. hol holds would.in solution It al iv..-X'

.:I-! 's. t! an5dver. the country has been award- look into the matter of. reclaiming the Tle. .testimony showed. that Beyer properties of its CHATTANOOGA '
ed.ine will cost 5,000, and demulcent. :
': r building tract. Major .Cassius Dl. Gillette expects was a nx&n of'about 70 years of age; fennent. It adds

: \ will- be a reproduction'' "Beauvoir, to accompany him and to per- that n<3 had come to Stowe's Island of the Black _

z ,the -home ;of !J .fferson Davis, President about .Ix months ago after traveling root. Stone root '
fect for dyke and roadway-
tained
"Golden
: plans : in LOUISVILLE
"
F 1 ; "of .the Confederacy- at "Gulf-. port, the foot (the marsh..from,Old Town about he country for some time. lie subduing chronic, )

** MIEL! had established hunting oii bronchial, throat <"" .
a camp -
across to the Fort Clinch reservation for all of which

} ,Santa Rosa County' was visited by.a -This dyke will be about 1,200 'feet the land, and spent his time in bunting mond-xi In all by ear' $ CINCINNATIJ t

'st that did considerable and fishing. He lived as a ?}
;; rm" Monday long and will bfj. quite an expellsh'eundertaking. away of flcih, 'if
l'-'. damage""" to crops.' .One.. house at Mil but it will 'protect from reeluse and never had any: visitors tc weak storaach. as :: "K- ?

t :. ton,_ was turned,oy r by the gale, and c."rerftoby tide watee G2ti' acres of his camp. glycerine consumption acts, as a CHICAGO J att. -

0_ ,the inmates .made. a narrow escape very rich.marsh and, which is expected The: Jury discussed the case at I aids the Golden and \ :

r fromdeath. :Word from various sections to. yield immense crops when length, and while some seemed to fee promoting Queen's root .,...

reports wind of '1 believe that there might ft hand
of;the county a brought -under cultivation l:' inclined to and;; strength .
bringing
'4.. great velocity,, "resulting It .in trees bfr Mr. Wright owns the 630 acres of have been foul play, others thoughtth of the whole \ ( J

:' ,t.' ,< t ing uprooted' and' dwellings more or marsh> land and .325 acres of: higu it death. had resulted frorp natural not not cure be expected to Southern Railway

a -. '-;{ less' injured.m t._ land, making the purchase in the ca-lps. The verdict was finally rendered stage.-; It will

.- > So' heavy"bas become: the ''demandfor spring of, 1903.. The marsh begins at to the effect that deceased geal ate, chronic troubles, .

case to his death from causes unknown BEST LINE
accomfcodatlonawthe
Town and
for _freight the north of Old sweeps with hoarseness. ;

-: 'steameriof.tlMf Peninsular & OccidentaL around the city to the belt/of. highland to the Jury. Undertaker Marcus I' not coughs effective., or those -I- a

k\\ 'SteamsWpLine' south> from here 'l lng-, south of Ocean City:*and .Conant. who took the body In' when .1t
'
said that far he could lungs, that it "FLORIDA LIMITED"LEAVES
i1: that the-MIIIJIl1b.-unable.;. : to meet.. the abutting ior a mile on the ocean. charge as as
? J': died marvelous cures.
...- .;::"\: .demand'. and. eae4.. :trip. sees. some- left,, ".The.property,'when developed..cannot ascertain Beyer from apoplexy. little book of
next trip. fail valuable. Reclamation The deceased owned valuable real properties and C
f -- :' 'x '* over on the 'dock, for the -, to,be very Idnal roots that
-
; ... Both the. Cuban'fretght' passenger of the long belt of, marsh, will estate in Sandusky Ohio and in Kan- Golden Medical -

:' t ,the and important truck as. He leaves a wife and three this medicine has !. Jacksonville 7.45 P. M.
\ .. _business has ben unprecedented bring. new application in the ....,
; ,past year.-Miami Metropolis.. growing, industry- to Fernandina and grown sons, all living in Sandusky.The sent fret. dd .:
body sent to Ohio for burial. Buffalo, N. Y.
.. night at Dunnelton. add largely :to the population.That' > was tains alcohol SOLID TRAIN-
., :" ', v On "Friday I '__ _ no
'1 .. some sneak thief entered the room of ing drug.
. in
'I1 Tuirkw'a bottle
: ltt! e schema
Scott,'locomotive Sick prop t Dining Car Service. Very Bt
. -Messrs.' Maltoy
and "I
.'declarerurlalmed .
rite dnck."Look
;( .1 fit of and ) Coaches. Pullman ;
Coast LIne cough yourself jnto a spasms from diseases of Through Sleepers .
r ., .j'. engineers, .\ t the Atlantic then wonder why' yon don't get well. IITOO It-.the rakish way that young to consult Dr.

i and- rifled"their pockets pt 1790. ,These will.,only :try a.bottle of BaUard'i turkey'gobbler;Is strutting about" correspondence is SLEEPER TO ATLANTA

' ; Horehound, Syrop" year:mgh'wiU be a "Yee," replied the wise -goose: Ifgetting E.and V.sacredly Pierce, Rates, Routes or Reservations, call i
: :
.did thing of the past. It ia a positive core for near Thanksgiving day." Dr.Pierce write
t coughs, influenza, bronchitis and all pal- eWeUT"Wellihe C > on receipt of

disease. One oowtriU JAMES FREEMAN
: : mrnitry coo- wants to tough."- mailing only. -
There'I5l1 due at Bed Croat Pharmacy appear, for paper-covered : -
tr lost vinCI yoo-sold :
; covered ti Fla.
.. and $1.00. *' ",. Philadelphia Press.. '. bound copy. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville,
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; ., t .:; it'var",.: ..a iuMftedJftgp ttfljeadquwtwi'irf m-

I fb! this tad.in,Wilminfton'on MondayYthat -\. 6rk : vr3

F t rj.w = &: : order_' .}'will' .. ,|be" *.';placed" .loir theearlieatpoe T1Pi Hof Iti. -raltb
; We delivery i initbe wwfjwfcfor. -
F : -: t ildetar= ; ate,M litr0e
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and 50 passenger can,th9,appropriationy"tthis : .f. 'Ih lie

>oMIi1 equipment
; S 1 fil i&tS, j v&tt about ,J6QOOOOO.v.There Jaw;overv: i ; > I thiok'I'_ T ..
4 Extreme Old .
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t liWbe.Mkco
due on'contractsi placed any-,ig ? < / ?

WXBi8&&ys&> r & ,twien'" 2,500.. ,..arid:3,0JO.....,, ..freight. ,.and.. t9 Age%> ttefose $out to illljcntbe S
u -"** ..:| tiv! "Iwhich_ .the bnl.|dOT.were. ;, d /ori -
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p4 r1-'' tbrs 'unable'to furniehI, Jo<. i:' .dangali *;'| I ofPfrru-tta. (' arcdue irciy 4s :a wJ

s Gl entat+Coartelyonakok !-'iF this" 1'railroad" '. -. ."isj probably. ."t mite \ ; r 1.1 the climate. Fordit yt h kay

i fi of the qpHeat! Nitional power. at. : pj .!wnttq. .. .> ,meet the. exigen-j -- withstood the: cfe&ge&bk ,
.< IIRoo.eveltto ire of;the' case, bot'i'! : really .look as j HiWiVAVi 0t;the UhltelSia&K .

be though i there bras J lax .management somewhere j .. .
=k tear aryr ; ,,I hare Sways be yery.mK .
; ; Tbe NewTorkiPress ety1e ) i in not foreseeing\ the tremendous ; ; but,of eottrs eati to the.M
; rsis.> ii-j.---- ihe. ; t -'
.-,ttce5v otTetoleIIrtienrancei rush' of bnslnees and.making- prtparations. rs 'JA Sections Trhieh; ttra''dae < tgTehsjBget -

$1F&, "..wMeh ie.pettr'tough :Iran a in. ti me to-.meet- ,it. ; y 'y. e}n. n'r ta the climate,a d ten ti
itycn < ..- 4 ; ': DuHag long till J feat :1sf9rlfa. .
: ie11 paQei;: : '!:.. ... JytRt'0 mj ;
Separation:of_chnrch.and. StateEurope ; /r /7 ngraa4iriianyremaateifotcr aghslt-

s : s4s, '"I Nelreas eta"Theis-tJ seemsftbottimeifltheoIdtown'ofOtala.- : ia agitated over thequestion; of: 4 I and diarrhoea q_bC 3 "
i' '*
.. 1. r .. separation of:chmchand state:: 'Weset-*
,,,. & *=< -' Peruna, /have found If5 k
i.ndju zIbere, a few'days igo, tied_i it in America long, feare ago ud wc:? ./ ,
etrpgito'1'QcaliBinner; etnrned best, If.sot tbeosly, rcRa&c f&+*: -
i to
it settled in' in 'hi'near
expect tee Europe *
; :
;:: fndkUueht, agaiaet the sheriff;Henry future. Church and state there are edy far these effetleas H i

; I i '3: Htrrdoa= k ;seenhvitb intent to mor eo'near in' their relations to each 'Other. been my standby for many ytun

w $ :_ ,r ; a der lest 1fblfcem8II'Homer, Dean J for that there. must either,be an onderUind and I attribute my jpsWi;hardn.andextcmeoldtothis '

: yr g Hk anlt with intent to murder; and an- 1'.' i
2 : ; conflict .
r '' Y ing. or a .1 '
M1ter againdet:athecame policeman for Some time ago)i e"FrenclgOv.erDmjn: ( "It -exactlymehts. inieeta sit, mp re

r =f msytem,; and an indictment against the/ passed laws that practically separated the' It protcctp in from tb e.vU .7
r ,jailor Chaa' Y. Smith;*for the larceny -y4 fects of sudden changes f it eeps ai fel
z from the The of
church state. provisions / good ;it
appetite giyeo ma stfeagUiiH .i
the taw were very distasteful to the pope,, keeps my blood In good dial -t_
'
": 1 *-"i-*- FJorioV* railroad 'commission is work and.the Raman Catholicchurch was'op have come to rely upon':it,almost ear.. .
posed' to it The government: allowedtime tirely;for the -many' /binge for. .
plan far-
tfogoi railroads *
r> a to ooinpel to J <" jz%" iev*
: a \ malleir to shippers with reasonable for consideration. The bishops advised / whicW''] Aeed taedidne,
I, i **-*- alga submission to the law, but the pope; epJdemicf of Ja'jgjJspe l fret
; 3 oromptnese and to move loaded cars .
firm in his opp08 ti Just the began to make their apps* in thl
: t; -jtlfwie direction of their destination with- ,W58 n.. as apaeee
country I was sufferer from this r -
4 : 4L. out\undue delay Failure to comply with time allowed by government. was disease. r?"*Tt"* ""* ***='
'" about to eipire the pope issued a letter tau
'these regulation is to be punishable bj a
the bishops and other church officers or ; "I had several toag zltges with
fine The
in delays
proportion to/the
s= : ; j ;
L& I' fe j g #New Srork-Backef euggests that the poor dering them to oppose the government in the grip. ;At first I did 'not know

= *fefe, -iiiil-road; settler Florida shippers have its enforcement of the law and white hi' that Peruna wes a remedy for ,
:z
j. *%been getting lately has not been wholly a b&bop?:doubt the wisdom\of his decision,. this disease. When ,lard thatgx
5.i they.will obey him.: The situation is a la grippe was epidemic cstarrh, I_

l' rL*.3i lts r..*;'; il *iji.i k critical one. tried Peruna for fa grippe aid

The arises Will the found it to be Just the thing."
question French
:
Eight steel mills in
big thePittsbnrg
Isaac Brock Years Old Last
Mr.
withdraw from their or ,,117' Birthday. In a later letter Mr
Brock
strict,,have shut -down for two weeks.is position, wilt they writes:
Thereat+on is .that there is ,so much treat the Roman clergy as common citi ISAAC BROCK citizen of McLen-\ Iaa wet|;and feeling as weU as I

"Qrgzispenty"< in'the: country that the zens aDd require them to perform military oty,Texas, baa lived for 117 Bom be/ore the United States. haVe ford year.' rbe'only thing that
I ;
; years. For he resided at were formed. tjothers.ms l!imy sighK; UI could set
duty pay taxes and comply with other many years'
Operatives, have been broken down withwork''They
'
civil ? Or Bosqae Falls, eighteen miles west of Saw 22 Presidents elected better I coaldLwalk all over the farm,,. .
are tired and want to rest obligations yet, another question Waco, but now lives with his soninPerulJII. 'has protected htm and It would do me good I would not*m
t ;tri tTlie mills have been running at full capa- : Will they be treated as foreigners .law at Valley Mills Texaa. from til sudden changes.' -.-..,. J be without Parana. *
Eli seven who owe allegiance to a foreign Veteran of four W.rL.. r. _
night and day, for months, power" Some time ago, by request, Uncle Shod a horse when 9) run" #. Yours truly t
c fires never going out,and the engines and are in opposition to French laws? Isaac came to Waco and s& 'lor his oM.. -4. ,. ; "

ptStever,'missing' a stroke. Everybody and picture holding in his hander' latlck A1riyuosqucrciitbe. grip with: : dAlcJVJJ $ i:.

f. Vv everythinghas been driven at high ten- :Trestle at Sebastain on Fire cut from the grave of General.AndrewJackson. c-ru-ad. "

? *eiou. The men became so fagged that The Miami Record of Monday gives the Mr.Brock U signified old Witness 'a land suit at the, When old' age .comes/it brings with f'_
j } claimed gentleman, showing few;signs'of deap oIIIOyurs. it catarrhal diseases. -l'o -'
they a stop for restwas absolutely following account of the delayed south. Pe-tvna the Systemic catarrhgreatest "
crepitnde., Ills family Bible D'still almost universal in old #:
:
bound train Sunday remedyBelieves of the for caterrhais people This
necessary. night: age
and it shows that the date of
preserved
troubles. J explains why pernna has become
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Captain McCormick reported that at 9 birth'waa _
his written years ago. \
UJ
indispensable to
old
a :Denatured alcohol of many people a
as a source cheap o'clock last night as his train approached

tk'power seems already to have been an irri- a trestle twenty miles above Fort Pi rcl -: Ask your druggist for free Peruna almanac for 1907 :'"-,- ;
,' descent dream. The law and its interpret was -'H"
a .- 9 ( : -; ), it H Been that'tlie trestl" was on fire_ ; "
w'a{ A? ''tation_ _favors the old- distillers. and- it is Under the 'captain's direction the train '*; "Gainesville to Vote \ -';'

i_ practically impossible for the denatured crejw and as many men as he could hire I oil Bonds .... "
tt L '" stuff to be made cheaply enough to come proceeded to the work of extinguishingthe The City Council of Gainesville has ,.

r3 fmtbanything like general use. The pre'acriled fire. This having been accomplished ordered a special election for.January = r- .

S it 5:; z i denatnrizing ;material'.coete'-too he work- *: of reconstructing twenty feet. of, 15th. on a proposition to. bond for

ii I-t nchaiidthe10centgallonoTalcoholis trestle work was undertaken. At ,3 'lOQOQfor the purpose of purchasingthe r CHR STiASGO: DS

y 'f> eIied about with inspection, and other o'clock this morning Captain McCormick square upon which the told East :

'- 'r # 3 8iiw that pinup the cost of the properly had finished the work and fifteen minutes Florida Seminary barracks now stands

'' pniparei! fluid to about or above 80 cents. later gave the signal to stark and the converting the land into a public park.

Thus is another handsome prospect hid train WAS again on its way to the Magic Wholesale and Retail
'. Weekly Weather Report.P. .
; den under a bushel, and we will have to City. ,
tf}, 2 and kerosene for .6.DKPABTMENTOF; AQBICULTOEF WEATB- \ .
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i FLA., Dec 25,1906. ,
Dr. J. J. Harris died at his home in

r fit'E .; f 4 You have, no doubt, been more or less Sanford :Monday evening from paralysis. and Comparativestatement rainfall for the week of ending temperate Tuesday. Books, Pictures, ,Fancy Goods
g' ; vexed l y the rise of five rents in butter, The doctor was one of the oldest citizensof 1906 1905

,_ but when yon barn why it came you wills Sanford, two terms a member of the PATB. MAX. M1$., MAX. SIP

a ,-'' -. be hopping mad. The lalwrers in the I legislature and -one term speaker of the Dec... 19. 78 69 71 50 FIRE WORKS .J
-4 creamery and dairy mtinns of the coon house. An editor distinguished abilityhe .. SO. 79 71 80 61
21.,3 59
72 62
; try have made so much money that they was proprietor of.the Sanford Journal ." 22. 68 51 79 n

Y' '1 are rominjr south in large nnmliersto for a nnmber of years. He leaves a widow "" 23. 56 39 SO 71 THE H. ft W. B. DREW -CO
; ;r e- spend the' winter. Labor ir. therefore and five daughters. .. 24. 48 30 82 62 ,
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: : scarce, and here am haidly enough men The doctor,was one of the earliest'rew -
Total rainfall for the week. .05 inches. f' JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA rR
:; ?*on some big dairy farms to milk the cows dents Titusville. living here in 1875, Departure rainfall for the week minus 0.38 L J

;, .. and pour the fluid Into the pig troughs, when he hail charge of the Lund House inches. -Jr=Ir. f i4
i s r' ; ; not to think of'ron verting the stuff into and was well known to all the residentsof 11.84 Departure inches. rainfall since Jan. 1st, plus a

R L--:: '.... cream and batter. ',Therefore butter is this section at that time. H. P. HABDIN, : r
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=:"f .,; scarce and high. The only feasible way Official in Chaige _____ .. .."'"",

;..M sr.-;,..=. to get even: says the Tampa Times is to Following the Flax How's This fi>-; ..,
3 -=. raise the prices of rooms rented to tourists When our soldiers went to Cuba and ,
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for 4
the health .
: and the extra Philippines, was the moat YBeckIden
use money to meet the adVance any case of catarrh that cannot be cored by -
important consideration. Willis T. Morgan
s. 'r L j'rfi' in butter. Hall's Catarrh Core. !
'- 4rd :' :, retired commissary Sergeant U S. F. J. CHENEY & Co., Props.:. Toledo 0. l
-_ A., of Rural Route 1, Concord X. H., We the undersigned.Dave known F.J, Cheney Acetylene lamp '
; r r'.: :/: An express company has appealed to aye: "I was two years in Cuba and two for the last 15 years and believe him personally
t' xs i,: .the Interstate.Commerce. :wftnmission to years in the Philippines, and being sub' honorable in all business transactionsand This portable lamp generates and burns its own
; "' : jed to colds, I took Dr. King's New Dis financially able to carry out any obligations gas and is started or stopped i at the. pleasure:! of the-
; : .. be permitted..to. handle',interstate ship covery for mmmption,' which kept me made by their firm. 1user;, f i

':1&' '. mentsof' vegetable. ,*, berries .fruits etc., m perfect health., And now."' in New Wholesale WIST &T0Ai, The cost of the light ia very I low and. will so dem -
Druggists,Toledo Ohio
....., at. estimated' weights,for .pniform packages Hampshire, we find H'tbe best medicine WALDIS, KISNAN'& MAKVIN, onstrate Persons itself to the usrr. "
1 ;,.tr !,-t -. .insteal oI.c&aa1- weights. .In.other in the w .. trouble and all lung diseases" Guaranteed Haul's Catarrh Cure is taken or electric: lights can do so with comfort
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words the f;company has asked by this
1{ : pre ,, at Bed Cross Pharmacy. Price 50c directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces gas, aa it is very near to suniizht.
-.t :'Eif that it be-not forced.Ho advance. its rates. and $1.00.)( Trial bottle free. of the system. Price,, 75c. per bottle. The regulation charge of 1} IDS. carbide using \
;:?. ; f3"'iHowtftI','II.- the 'ahippiDa onhi'"riles off'.Jo..A" .. Sold by all drugd ts. Testimonials free. ft.. .burner which ia ample will burn about 10
"; Halls Family PiUs the best' hours, )j
': > : : are giving a light equal to more thaw two electric
threatened :with Call .at Tituaville Livery, at ofBobbins' .
i'''' ,' .., .... .partial ex-. rear lights The light'never deteriorates
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4; 1. '''''' 1"J iaae; there.WM advance,-the Leave law orders office for, for stylish rigs. FOB,8ALK. .CHEAP FOB CASH. quality of acetylene'can possibly be prodowf.only one t
Jour hauling, both don
: 3r; r' :exprett'eoaiptny! is not In generous as a bleand. Biogle.' J;'}f.Oaban, proprietor. ..Ab ufss'acr a of good high: land on with Price oC standard lamp complete,'finely finished
without
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l Tbie Y the= ':oflth e'sprees vGUI..rAIK6SQPBend at the Narrows, described as follows: Lot "
k '. ,< ''",,. --.I-_ on .pars .. .. : No. 3, section 35. also lot No; 3;.section- Good-!'MB{ foraCWsais orlei Present .,.
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.,bOI : .Saturday 9I were:lost-, ] Sackett. and .Cohonel .
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.;. ,\.&"..; .,, 'oij' /:tY"-:>'':, ; -;, el5utCc&fS ,: 1&'vert'abl machl e.... and willb1 respects. ,* IA"S. ,MO SUBSTITUTE : -
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{ 1Itye f:; ":*AA:,OaIC?( hat.anew'if.:poeto1ce; buildpquipmentsot ( : Panties baying arty relics of the late 18, 1905,,where'the commission I Genuine pleasures never furnish conscience I I Nothing i* quite to hard to lose aa,the''=! -1 ,:t: .

._(.;.oc'-.1K.'' '......-...,....,,>',,.;{-;.';- 628; boxes Civil War.tof whatever' descriptionarms -?: organized'by'; 'the selection of'Hoi with any new etings. False; ones do I battle thatihas been almost won. _' '*."' "-ii ;

_,;;: qdr t1't thejateet':: conveniences for ;; articles,*:'of: uniform, papers, Louis C. Massey as .chairman. and "" i

3eiptand 'prompt'.deiivery -oft etc. 4pid ,who :wotddW, willing 'to General Foster as secretary.. At, that
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'r'i f': PrAieseoW;:IL 'Blair prlneipalot. > lions, ya.' ; ''are.- requested,"ta; communicate That this commissionwin -
Gt'9stai.J t 1Yer'high.school.. diedIast\ A Boston schoolboy talle
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:f'f ead'ay 'he':deceased. waa"'formerlY. will-:take' charge'of fach weak and sickly. s
;"'. ": !;: articles have site'lor, the'Florida State Troops,only ; .
(trd1': plop arove,1; lY." and'.ha. come them 'properly labeled 0,
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i V } a : _election held Yn DeFriday ,well taken: care"of there, every precaution1 and.healthfully located, with adequate .
did l't have
.d/' ;.} provide vitf,00p. idrtiWbonds and care being taken for.tneir supply of good. water. preferably located t a strong muscle in hisentire

to. .pair outstanding warrants preservation, and"Jhe. owners can reclaim -, on a large lake or' .stream of body.

\ they groposIUon was" carried,Jj :the them ,at' any time: should they running. water and. centrally located, W ;,

..: ?\f.M:: emal!Ygts' 'of'34 for' to 18.'"akainst,\ so, deslre.-Bartow'. CourierIaforniapt. with'regard to railway transportation.. .0 ,The physician*who had attended
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: << ; 'aa r operating' ,between "2 'clo.ck.Sunday,morning.crashed into The commission then adjourned ;Scott'fEmufaiofi.. 0 :

l hje Y rlpans;Mobile and::Tar;" pa, has some' IreighVcara .at?High Springs subject to' the call'of the chairman., .
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lW 11f:'libel She 'was bought'"b1" A. male track in. clearing the yard. 'Engineer was taken for the purpose of allowing -

,'"'J &ijgont;; of Mobile.; Beavers was hrofn from theca persons who have knowledgeof To feel that _
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--o' \ :law apdorder league 'hsaYbeenr and sustained many painful the location of tracts of land which
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would think he
bruises and broken"'leg. will meet the specifications set out was apprenticed to a
'norgantrsd. The. fireman
!!) in'Mlanil.. iritii":large memiT. -,. a
\,fI: '''-'p."''Senator .F'M: Hqdsbn Is and two, brakemen. all colored in the above.resolution to give notice blacksmith. ,

"f.ff;:# 'president! J., WJ. -.-Rpdgers Secretary. were killed outright. >The freight cars of the. .same ,to the commission. '

:,,and Edith .lielson. Hreasuler. The were, telescoped' ,by the engine and It .Is understood that quite a number I 1L ALL DRUGniSTS i : HOC. AND $1.00.

:" ole'wiy.have-as itsobject purl- the, freight 'train was derailed and of propositions have ,been 'pre- \

ti!J ;Hcatloii' of"i tits' morality.-.of the..city; many care broken. The' dispatcher atHigh sented, coming from various sections OOOOO 6 OOOOOOOO

.:,.ff; -g _sand. will wage.irar on the. saloons. and Springs claims: to nave sent notice of the State, and advance notice of .
._ fI the the meeting to be held in January'is
the 'obstruction main
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r..j. f.r., tgambfnghouses.Dr.( ,Big Postoffice Seizure. Tale of a Florida Dog. 4
A.- line, abut; 'Engineer Bearer says it being given' in order that any other ,
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!$: !:165j' cres.' of fine land, three, miles to submit may be able to get The Postoffice Department last had an experience the other day

-'v from ,the, },city, near. /Hlllsboro Among the'novelties visitors meeting the the same before the commission priorto week shipped out a carload of pack with the A. C. L. southbound passenger -

.:River; to 'T. Ro.T )llhg. The gentle- eyes of our Northern \ today, train that in Floridaor
: its final meeting. ages which have been sent from various no dog pup
1: iti .acquire'd('tWisi property" seven but common to home,folks, was that
J ; ; m> : 1 points into the United States any other commonwealth ever
monthsajo at' $25an .acre. He has of a full-blooded Indian riding in a Deadly Serpent Bites
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: through this port, and which have went through. Mr. Spencer's -,
.Jl sold., Vfo :$12S an;acre, thereby mak- carriage with a negro driving. This are as common in India as are stomach been confiscated, by .instruction oi dren put a coil of electrical cord
the Indian rejelces in the poetical name and liver disorders with us. For the latter z
-_ JSa neteahfag:: ,of $16,500 by however there is a remedy Electric the customs office. around the dog's neck for a. collar
sure :
l transacUqiL Tampa. Tribune. of "Tommy Tiger. and is always Bitters: the great restorative medicine, These packages took up nearly the and had a loop of say six Inches it

gfts--: ,'Shipments'" of" cigars. from Tampa- dressed in the gaudy costume so dear of which S. A. Brown,of Bennettsyille, entire room in a car. and were sent the end. The pup wandered over to
to the Indian heart Tommy Is a fine S. C., pays: "They restored wife to
my
week .ending December 15 by the local office to the dead letter the passenger depot, got under the
1E tfor''tlie of his and sits back in perfect health, after years of suffering .
specimen race
& ,were 5,5C5W)0.' ) Previously reported with dyp|>ep8ia and a chronically torpid office in Washington where all such train, and the loop in the cord caughtin
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: ff \$njpn ntsjfor' the present year were the carriage with the dignity and liver" Electric Bitters core chills and seized articles. that have not been a brake chain of the car: The
\ of one to the manner born. fever malaria lame .
composure biliousness back
S,1b3,72,0Q0, 'Total shipments, from redeemed are consigned. train started and the dog followed
who have been accustomedto kidney troubles and bladder disorders.
To those .f
.* 7aatiary'l to:December '15 were 259- Sold on guarantee by Red Cross Pharmacy These seizures were mainly of not on his front and hind feet, however #
f tribes of North-
ISg'v2TO.OOO.' Total'. shipments for the cor- see some of the fine our Price 50 cents. cigars cigarettes and other tobacco but on his hind feet alone the r

f 5responding/period::/ of last year were western States the i persons products which were sent throughthe : motion of the train lifting his front
iy? : cleanliness and agreeable countenances Shocking Tragedy at Roseland.
2b8,0'5P,000; ,, jjhe. increase in ship. mall from Cuba, with the expectation feet from the ground. As the train _
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... of the Seminole (St. Lucie County Tribune.) pulled out the dog was seen beneaththe
.. l JIlI1ts'.for t41 ,yea r, up to December Record. that they would bi passed
z 4 51,220,000rcigars.i quite a revelatfon.-Mlaml A distressing accident occurred at through. Wfien the customs authorities car keeping pace with the train.
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.if 'Secretary and occupying a little launch which the aiz-year-old, daughter of they were declared subject to duty thought he would see what had be-
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_. ; :::4!has received a letter from that he scarcely larger than a rowboat a man Postmaster E. W. Stokes was shotand and a large import duty placed upon come of the dog. Two miles south _
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'1.;\? 7sreesman Sparkman interview, saying with Mr. named hang in the city instantly killed by\the accidental them, according to law. of town he found the dog lying beside

:-:rsatisfaclbry: of this morning come all the way discharge of derringer ,in the handsof The parties to whom they were the track lifeless, he thoughtHe fy. \

'i, 'Swaim*ie garding\the Improvement: from Asbury Park N. J., and having her little brother.It sent did not appear to pay the duty examined the animal and found t.

:' ".. ,the Inner, harbor; also that he with had rather interesting experienceswith appears that the two little boys and redeem them, and in consequence there were no bones broken, that heW

y3Li'. Swann and Congressman Clark tide, wind etc.. en route. Mr. were playing at hunting deer the lit they were kept by the local postomce 1S breathing, but his eyes were filled

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4't :tmiof'" the river and harbor commit.be days ago and left his'gun and other Seated upon saw ,horses, one boy make a shipment to Washington. bathed him with ointment, and about.

t ; 'tee, but the result 'would not equipage in the boat. He did not re- armed with a rifle barrel and the Under the law the shipment of du- 10 o'clock the animal came to his ;

kaolin. tin fter'the. holidays.-Fer- turn to the ,boat in several days, and other with an old derringer, they were tiable articles; such as tobacco, senses and set up tIle rv .at piteous '

& V Star., parties there, not understanding the playing, when the derringer fired, the through the mails is prohibited, and lamentations. His eyes were washedout

/At_"Tamato, last Sunday morning, situation, notified the Sheriff's officer. charge entering the backof the little whenever such articles are caught by with warm water and, in the

f.j.t' the death of M. Old a member of the Last night Deputy Sheriff Morris wentup girl's head causing instant death. the inspectors they are held up, and morning the dog was quite cheerful

\ift Japanese colony, occurred, after a protracted to Ojus to take charge of the boat, The burial took place at Roseland as stated above a very high duty and took kindly to his rations.-Ocala t

'< 'illness of malarial fever. A'Christian but he,had been at it but a, few min: Sunday at 11 o'clock. The sympathyof placed upon them. There is hardly a Star.

: funeral was held Monday utes when the owner came. This set- the entire county is aroused in behalf mail from. Cuba in which some of
; Counterfeit Silver Dollars
'?1JJ' ;when:an appropriate service was read tled the matter, and Mr. Morris helpedMr. of the griestricken.parents.. It these package's' are not found the

1 .byRer.. ::0wIgh\Cameron, rector of7'HOii Waters to get away for this city. is the most 'shocking tragedy in the parties sending them being undoubtedly Counterfeit silver dollars, which area
remains the river about 9 history of the county. good imitation and hard to detect
: -TrlnltY; .Church. The He came Into unfamiliar with the law.
Japfeanesew'ere'cremated the winter The of the from the, genuine dollar, are being
'fij"i acoordlng7tp: the custom of the o'clock and intends to spend plant, German-American
all of the mem- in this vicinity.-Miami Metropolis. Lumber Company at "Mi hale, about A complete railroad track is being placed in !circulation in Pensacola,

; built aboard"a large 110-foot barge at and two parties already have received
"rrSbVrs: of: the'dapanese colony, some _. one hundred- miles from Pensacola
the terminal dock for the accommodation them in exchange for small
the imf was destroyed by fire' Thursday. The articles
,twenti, / ;, witnessing
:or more L Bem- f
laln's Coach
t* gan.fek .' Ne Oplam, tocb oily loss will exceed., $100,000., of. the immense, steam shovel purchased or drinks bought Those
pre.t'trTropical' > -
I .i! "" : !f. $_ 't.._ is not the least danger in giving excavator and the great steel spans which have been seen appear about a
: ;"The.''dredges. working from Fort ClwnberlaiQ'e Tbfre Cough Remedy 10 small wakr Cue tor Cft.Upadou for the drawbridge which will span shade lighter"Jha genuine silver dollar g

trhanderdale', .ttto.the-Everglades. ; 'havethrough children as it contaiDS no opIUm or other hour Half before a pint breakfast of hot water taken half an Jewfish Creek. The excavator and and the metal is also somewhat
r established re. wiUldsaally keep
the has .
<: [;a1ready'Li .Cnt,tlleir "ay, hlrmful dmr It than tinny a.n yean asuo the bowel regular. Harsh.catharticssfibald spans will be hoisted on board by the harder than that of the regular dol.

shills:i 'said"a resident of Fort potation 6uccJssful cr more medicine in ose always be avoided When<'purgative is dredge Hough Rider and placed oh lar. but the ring when thrown on the

: L ;;:: ...t.t ... _10..' .."and [havefirtner" t needed take Chmmberfaua'Stomach and will is
c, 1l'YIIjI& ,.-::mo&u.N&Of and whooping coogh.tICht 11"d the track, after which, the barge counter good, and but few can de-
croup Liver Tablets. mild and
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=fr" _' j "e to go beforeebala cores and is pled drop srmedp! in their action.. For sale by all drogpatairfMrffi gentle. be towed to.the keys.. Miami Metrop- tect anything wrong with the money. ;,

'. l.z.. t1 ihe. ; ..' ,rock andy like iL Sold sad n dealers.. ,. olis. -Pensacola Journal. .

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;.:;: ,. ,... ,. 0 as the project:
:" :-" : ::<; << '" -J' : Doctor; that if these two 'had
'r .- ,;-.r,._ .f. :.r'" {..f' !flJ- WteT'i.,. ., .. .* lilt been "says :- ries with it the opening! up in our booklet Why Dot.have
""lt gfej?' '''''- brought. to him:earlier:! would it? If costs nothing but,the asking. .
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.Sit... 5. '..il f tteidrakalai. .. .....I'..,.,..e.. a r hare:saved itkeai.One ., .mecca. : with eastern Cuba', you r X
:':q:...,. ...,..."''.Ef'' !* -".:&" '_"n--l.y-u.h ..... '!."i prpbab- ; mamas' and northern South f r _GERMAN KALI WORKS, ,
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most .lnftuentJal .
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'r''i? '"' ; -"' ''; --- -- .' It ,-also 'bid New.York-93 Nauaa.s&nct.,*f, .
3 c. ;.:a ;f* .t s '_-T_ ; of'e tribe has promised Dr. Ports. .will :.. Atluta, tlatf ,t 4a4J,! b #
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...o. ',' '?A""ert of.tbe auperlni' -.', .Pi ici.t:,: Je8 ;moons' ,(.three. .'..months. f osition: :far-reaching. ,. It, \ : : ,'L : :
'Z7, "" Sri'twient ofthefashfciiible"LenoitCourt4yat : ;" : '" tally imown :that oDe'ot'ih : t. l :
-1i' ?rithtvhim and'each. would, 'learn,the "
-\ eutNew YorE"to.her. apouM4r penetrating ,railroad. -CEOILIA.N'I PIA10, A.i .i ,
oche!9the1r-i:; r spectlTe languages.. TheDatoraaeipeeUagthe tr ,. :"1- <'
|f IfMai U* eirly.hours of recent.mornln*, reaching'fromWestern;: : 3 ';.
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?* Sfli5/t2w; there isviomebniln-th* app Northwest.:' in -CECIJI6 :UNO ; 7 .
is :interested ,
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sst %.kaS* ?, .any longvisits. .tj ; -;
.... ');" .:... i< '. motion: of this :proposition: OEGILIAN' PLAYER ,
__- = { Tntivtettyou're'Just,nervous...Let / fi m"M PrANC, -
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n S 1J-f- tf >pH.returned the husband dhow; '} northern part of c "'-
; .J ally;Bat hU nap.w.-llhort.-:1B11..wtfe. .' :as assistant missionary to the ] i!'
4 ."""{' '!:.}.,,;watiiure"tndbeing, ; :with trunk lines, reaching the :
,g : ); rarvpendsteafjs Seminoles, .
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L 4)'w.r" ook him until he waif wide awake. Immokalee' "". west, will give an" advantage. i
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.i '3.Tben-adtiep: voice, came'out 6f;;.theWli ; those bidding''for, Cuban 'r 4 I :

rxF '". Wato ..from'somewhere- .at:r the foot' .of / (Tampa Times.V ,' > : :
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'4 The many Florida ,friends and, admirers ."Mr., Prout has been I r aa N.ti i'r ; ;
4 ::W f f 'Wi"Kiciiuie me; ;you won't'do, anything"Wafttha' : ; ( Lr %. .Y iS "S1. '.--
: : jort.. You'll Ue'Just,where yon of Colonel" .. .'L. Brown will the capital, necessary to, 0

f-Sicf tW: ;[t'o, 'U keep mighty quiet about betpleased to know" that, he-wUl" he project Bender way; ,and he .

m' ," Jy'!I1 -it:W you IUrI'lI blow your bead off.." able to" wind uphis state Fair work turns to Florida with that ....,.

i \ &* ''jrosepMon, however, decided .b within a few days, and late, in the view. Mr. Prout is a I e L 1

:j 'J' wasn't going to keep,still,'so he sprang week 'will take__a trip north to spend promoter of rapidly growing
4r f1 ; :., 'lat0the darknea and grappled with, 'Christmas: 't1
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:I S flJ : : iwhttt turned out to be the biggest man nitionthat type of a man
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s.3& fee bad ever encountered. ;They:rolled and accomplishes things.
k &*.* S*: ,about the floor, and the Intruder curs- be a, most deserved one, for, few men owes much of ,its present .;.. .

: k -1tri"$ .eIL., jfotephson.: didn't; .He needed,,aH could 't&ndthe strain he underwent to his genius' and }

'f> ..the breath be could.muster.to take,care ) efore, and darjllg the big.Fair. -- those who are behind 'the- a

i'' f tJ'I.'t.' of his man. ,Colonel Brown, at'the' Invitation of proposition are confident of 1l, ,
3, t lira. Joaephsan In the meantime
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t .f --fl.:tt.. juaned: ,on the light, and when'she sa officials, cess, in .promoting. and
r n t J 4 .; the'' intruder)about, to get away she will stop at Norfolk, for several days propositionState."- '
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y j I... "o-.. '" 4<.Joined' in, the.battle without waiting to, aiding In the Exposition work and : :: ,
\ .,;:\ dress. Finally e aided by sitting on making final preparations for having Treasurer's f t ,

r q '.ebig man until her husband got a, Florida: creditably represented when The'monthly report of e; 1 x

;' '' .food' grip 'on him. Then she hurriedly the great:Exposition opens on historic Knott, State Treasurer filed .< "

c s Upped-.. Into a dressing. gown and startz& Hampton Roads. After that he will Governor shows balances in ).

*.:' *: go,to Washington and Englewood. ury to the credit of the '. 9- to. 5-
!g2 5Sr.. J
II ; ;?ii >-> mm? On returning to Tampa early in Jan.nary and educational funds at the :line,th t'meetsa1i.demands. t-

CSSiSsMS i ColonelBrown will at once. begin business,. November,30. '190 as quality'.and price i/ s-,

organizing for the work, of promoting lows: t

-' the Panama Exposition, the General reserve .fund...... .$ Price from '$4 Q to $85Q > :j ;

a 1"c, plans for which'are being enthusiastically One-mill school fund. .... '

V'Sv1s indorsed throughout the city Pension. tax I fund... .. .. .. particulars sent on application f

1i K l r and ,State. The public generally are State Board of Health fund I',0. .

pleased at the fact that the exposition Principal of school funduninvested MUSIC HOUSE TITUS ILLR '
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Iti will open during the month of Jan ( I ) _

r.. uary,. whereas. it has been.Impossible Interest of school fund. "

to hold the State Fair during thatmonth Principal of seminary fund --

; on account of the inability to (uninvested) .. ARD

secure desirable railroad rates. The Hire of State convicts fund .

SS exposition will be held during the L
:5 1 1c Indian war claims fund. :
S- r, ; s : months of January, February and Agricultural College fund. AIRLINE RAILWAY.FOR .

March, and there is now no doubt White college, Morrlll lund .. ': I.,. ,

'. hrN S t but that it will be made a grand suc Colored college, :Morrill Columbia, Southern Pines, "
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5 Fa; ,t ssfl Hatch Experiment Station Washington, Baltimore. i .
King of All Cough Medicine New York '
fund Philadelphia, ,:
Mr. E. G. Case, a mail carrier of Canton Adams Experiment Station ..
'vV.'-:;: :: Center, Conn., who has been in the TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. '
U. S. Service for about sixteen years, fund 'Ii'

Mm* says: "We have tried many cough medicines Florida Female College In- EXPRESS SEABOARD MAE .

for croup, but Chamberlain's Cough cidental fund . . .
l :-- / Remedy is king of all and one to be relied 9.
upon ever time. We also find it the Blind,.Deaf and Dumb inci- MODERN PULLMAN EQUlP IENT. .. ,

f\ best remedy for coughs and colds, giving dental fund '.
3 y certain results and leaving no bad after Colored Normal School con ONLY LINE: : .

04 effects" For sale by all druggists and tingent fund Thmnaii fil It>ppf'rs from Jacksonville to New/0r.eaii < .
medicine dealers. I
I Interest of Seminary fund. and sleepei reservations call on any Seaboard' agent, or .
Proceeds of college prop- ,
i' SHE SAT ON THE BIO MAN. DUMMY HORSE AS A BALKER S. C. BOYLBTON.jr ;
fund .
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__ ed for.. a policeman. She found two of Pas@engprgent. Pas.'lCDl'erIeni. t- .
S Fan In the Dark With horsemanVictimized University of Florida incidental -
him in less time than it usually takes a JACKSONVILLE. FLA- t
In Harlem even when the need is not by Jokers. fund -- '
_. S 5 so great Julius Fowler, employed at the Wo- Experiment Station inci "

The bluecoats returned with her andY nonsco hotel in Lakeville Conn., entered dental fund .

:, __ < < braceleted the big; man.1 first he the barn in the dark the other OF SEA-ROUTES ,
was sullen. Afterward at the West night and after seating himself comfortably :
Total . eo. . . .$
; 55t '. ..' One Hundred and Twenty-fifth street in a wagon to which he had ;

: -station. the police say. he pave his previously hitched his mare Dollie.i to lied .'
= '. ,'-:. name as John Kelly his age as twen- told her to "get up," says a special dispatch Early ,:'"
Y ty-one\and his.address as 858 Second from Winsted. Conn., to the NewYork and early to rise, makes one ;

?_ "- :1\?ntle. IIU occupation was set down World. The supposed horse in happy lerhine and hefnre wise retiring.eicialy.!\ if')! & Miners Trans. Cs' ; ,

: -S R as "laborer" and from his appearance the shafts did not move and blows for constipation d)>pepMa and : ;.

ys1' '.' when the police found him rolling; with the whip failed to start her. complaints Mrs. S-, Columbia .' '

4 ,; "' about the floor with osephson it was Fowler decided that the mare bad writes: "I always keep a supply LINESBETWEEN I
?'I T : t no'misnomer. Ie'had put In a labori- cone balky, but on lighting a lantern Herbine on hand. Am so r
? .* ous'batf hour. discovered .that a large paperhanger's the relief gives in (' .
1. In his pockets 'the police say. they horse cofred'with a blanket was in liver complaint, that words can't "'
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.; 'r ., -.,- found a.bunch of skeleton keys and a the shafts. With his discovery came my appreciation.. Sold by > :; '

55 5 ': ''.""pair, of gold cuff links, which! Joseph- cries from outside: "Twist her tail!" Pharmacy. BALTIMORE & PHILADBLPHIAf! : ;

=t ;-:;'f son said had beeu take from his shirt "Blow in her ear." "Build a fire under ,
For Over Sixty Tears.Dirt. :- .
; ; .5S-On the floor of .the bedroom clothing her!" "Lick her into It!" and "Be

c 5 '> belonging to the Josephsons was found careful she don't kick you!" been used:. Winslows'for over sixty Soothing years by -DIrect Connections for- .

bundled up ready to be taken away. of mothers for their children

M1 +- ing with perfect success. It "
5 Nipples
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Cure for Sore
Y ,. t 1 child, softens the gums, allays New York and Boston.
Wbat'a As soon as the child is done nursing cures wind colic, and is the best ,
apply Chamberlain's Salve. Wi.*> i it off for diarrhoea. It will relieve
:. : R worth doing te worth doink well It yon with a soft cloth before allowing the little sufferer immpdiately. Sold R
r 't wish to be cured rheumatism use Bal- child to nurse. Many trained nurses use aisle in every part of the world. on sale at principal points.'f
lard's.Snow Liniment and you will be this with the best results. Price 25 cents five cents a bottle. Be sOle and ," ,
Rai 'well cured.A positive core for sprains per box. For sale by. all druggists and "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Accommodations and cuisine unsurpassed.. "
'.nenrahti.contracted; :; muscles medicine dealers.avoztx.. tske no other kind. I t
,tom' aDd air tf*Ub that leeK is heir to.A. G. FOR BOOKLET. .

JLjXWUU m ; H va oUt Te writei: <,.j,.. ,
?.- "Ihant treed Snow Liniment for spraind ''c-Jlfl. :.&. &' .% C. AVERY Com'l Agent Jacksonfille. -.j' 'f
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anUe'and it f w the beet MtiibeAm.I tl Ietra __
''I always=keep it iti-the booee" Sold by ...... .. = ;; 2d Y.P j* !.I., V. P. TUHJTEB, P. T. tJ., .to.

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tot : ...... .''co'it :, Dey' buy 'a bushel of taters .to once: '. .. f' I'c. ,u "' '.'.' 1<, :&-.. it'V ;: : :, ,
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..i 1jC'ill-""".,:&; ;.;et ,:;::;:!;>'o.":,.,,..t:,!...".. ,{,..1., ';: itf."dUbi: 'stove eatiSnndown' Ah.Refute how the all arguments systematic combined-person ." Worms.convulsions.F eyefl5ll- tor UYer' / ;
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'4c itT ..r v'slbleaman.. He. told.. met' he had on! "' TacSiut1e Signature of -<.L::"":} $t '
f{ 1 ;fo..r,3' ., _, Oh, Fortune, save me from his lot '$! '
\-1ii''J.. ''\.o' }Y .,; sot down and' fingered It out dat de Who knows his.. purse as 'twere a Th Irty Y \
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? ...f'.y'J'iJ'o.'ll ,- '".. x1f1l'W8y.He; kept to.dat,course for.. To me is life's delicious flavor, .} S
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'5k"<--' '" :sf/.i 00 u ihre 'years and was a"success. I her I, When breezes get the wintry savor, : : .ft

1'f, ,' ":i, Qe oLT 4>eard a {dozen white men speak'ln his The time'when, needing clothes one EXACT COPyOTWRAPPEB. '. -
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>' 'J' rf -c-- d crowd to de frost I3e begun to swagger A fiver In that old coat pocket! .

r4Fj, j;<.. ;?. and talk,big and wear'two 'watch Chester Firkins I In Puck.- ,

__",'!1Ii .>;.c";".+".y..,-1 .r't.. t chains and tonight he jest I imagines : .

, ..'11:">;;t 1'l kT. ?> dat be Is carryin''dis hull kentry on his An Infallible Sritcro. V f .

ht;'i i'.f<'' shoulders. You listen !to' what I say. The stranger gazed smilinly: around V
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.1:t:!> i11. tr .. .. a_calamitY.and set.out to look. for:deremains. ?I have here." he began, "a complete : I I P'::'".'', T t .I- x V
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Ii s c4:- 1 ''trt eery"a few evenings ago when BrudderBromd" the past. Buy it and no more the ,

w-, ;: :Via turned, and be,has Webber i.v locked La'fklns 'walked la. I 'was dar string about the'' finger, never again >

..-, ':, down :'on\ me' kaseMe. : Lord. ade'' me I to buy a' pound of_brown sugar and a a reproachful glance,as your wife

black'.lIstead:; ob white: We;wak ,talk. quarter of a* pound of thirty cent tea.I fishes forth the uumailed letter, nev '

; !' :In1 each odder was dar to do it in my humble way er"- / Ludwig V-
Il Ilt when:In buted.Glveadam' Jones. He and not crowd anybody else. I was "Xothin' doin'," said the sad eyed '

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\ :: :'. *was;all togged out, in patent leather talkln'.:wid de grocer, 'bout de Pana- man addressed; "there Is so much I "

.:: shoe) and aced necktie,:and he "per.i maw canal and how,.it,would benefit want to forget"

i: rt.+' ,seeded to"8weppot: his chest and call the world at large when Brudder Bro- The visitor went away, but returned jI

f- 'dat teed ttoli Doan Tom and order,him mo came bustin' in and "ordered fo' breathless la a few minutes. He had Piano

i r ;; f' ;'tosend"np,; !;10 cents' worth of mashed pounds of white sugar, half a pound of come back for his hat-Philadelphia ;:

j. "" :' .. ,oats' In, a,-hnrr .: Yetfd her thought de'best. 'tea, real Java coffee and a hullsack Ledger. .

y' *> Brndder Jones}owned de alrth and dat,4 of flour. He called de grocer Jim -

'' ;. .. : : 'obey If,he"'didn't: gtt'dei 'oats' iaighty strutted upland down is
and told about There is no other medicine manufact- preferred by those who are Admittedly ;
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; Jj gniel felt,Wsself blgger'n "brick. beln'' out in de I ,
\ : ? a kentry to see a 200 acre red that has' received so much praise
. ; ,'t; boue4apd ,Ofmo' Importance* dan a farm.Was and an many expression of gratitude the best judges of tone? The answer is-

: \ < ; '':J ;gOTernor*, but' .arter he went, outda. t I deceived? Was dat grocer deceived Chamf>erlairi's' Olujlh Remedy. It.is effective :

: t :< feed 'stoh,'man 'called him all sorts o' ? Was de lame woman who and prompt relief follows its nee, easy. It is because everyone who has' '

. ;'i"7.: :". names and,predicted dat he'd comedown came In wid a pitcher to buy a pint of Grateful parents everywhere do not hesi- ,

;,,rat e.. to alrth wid.an awful(smash; et milk deceived? No, sah. We all know: ate to testify to merits for the benefit played the Ludwig knows that in it sis
of others. It is'a certain for
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't or imposed on a leetle bit.. paid he woulJn't have prevent
'nuff left to buya artistic that
w the first appearance of the disease. It is embodied every quality--- '
'}{ "f'-, "Some few weep Bf1dder'Shln.- pint of peanuts. We knowed dat his especially adapted to children as iit is "

' 1::' ,'': .'dig Watkins'had de griefness ,to lose old boss has a mortgage tm it and dat Peasant to take and contains nothing It meets every demand of the expert required r

;-f :u '.' hfs, wife. She .was his third wife, but all de furniture in his house was njnrions. )[r. E. A. Humphreys a well {

:; <; when his ,club;J arncd.'d 'sactnWs'It bought on de installment plan. We jest known resident and clerk in the store of for the truest interpretation of : Lv
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;*/i?' tookright holt.jest de Flame as .if. she looked upon-him[ as a wind bag and an Mr. E. Look,, of -Alice, Cape Colony

.i> had; been his, first.: It .Borrered. It ass. I hain't gwine to say anything di South Africa, pay*: "I have need Chamberlain's music--that it .that inde- .. r

'; .,; ,'. bought flowers.... It chipped In' $50 In I rectly .to Win tonight but I'm sayin* Cough' 'Remedy to ward off croup possesses
and colds in family. I fund it be "
,,'t ; ;'.ft', ,caaW, Mo. dan fifty of us ,attended de dat some night when he's swellin up rrry eatisfactorv'aiid my it gives me pleasnre to scribable.delicate charm which is difficult

',; :-4- funeral.. When we returned from de and down de street and ailn' small to recommend." For sale! by all drug

;; J tad occaslon'we patted Shlpdig'.on'de boys If dey hev seen anything of his I giFts andjnedicinedealers.CASTOR. to analyze but which is designatedby
'. '. back' and told him" dat his: loss was chauffeur and auto he will suddenly ,

;.:.: _, ,;ber gain and dat dere :was no'cloud bump:.into '.me. Two minlts later he some musicians who appreciate thatit
t._. '. widout Its silver UnlnV will be 'his ,
You all re- on way homo: on a board

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t. ;. ':';;t..t/ot, .:said dat he would neber reklver "I wanted to find Bnidder Downright

:";'J.'T: .tram de bJoV-: Johnson de odder day arid ax him For Infants and Children. emotion as the "soul" of the Ludwig.r _

'<;.. ', .L' .,.t. "Aday'ocno,.ago, only 'six weeks If he had any coon grease lo spare fur The Kind You Hare Always Bought .

1'i. arter de calamity'I was walking threw my bates I knowed he worked in a

": Chipmunk tney,5 u4 I stumbled upon wood yard.and while I was on. my Bears the Sold

l :,:,:. Brndder Shindig..:. He and.cull'd!, wo: way obpr J..was j'ined by a white man Signature of by "

t\.:,".: -J.; 'man'was'jsjitin..... on,.a doahstep.' ..Hebad I nebber fine a white man ob my own
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'i> : '" hlll,,'arm; aounddark: _Roman, andIf accord, but It dey jine me I feel duly Indian River

: {',-. .. her bead,; wai bid; :on'; his, shoulder. honored. It happened dat he was:

;tl.,' \.. When,any:ooetels; 'you datide: white gwine to de same wood yard. When we 50 YEARS *

' folks :ionic all de*,rapid translt bust"1 got, dar de boss happened to be out EXPERIENCE i

.' \i .-, : :'Rosa In:de- kentry' ..uJe--<: t'remember'ff' and Brndder'Downright was so 'sham Music House a

....:::<' dill. case" '' ""'',:;,", ed ob beln' seen at work dat he began ,
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. i : ,lost his...mother by:death: ,She de boss. He di'da't want white foks to
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ll { odder, inaa. $':mother Pickles bah 'ouraymifethy.and He's behind In his rent in debt all TRAOC MARKS

< '-i"-&:; : .we chipped in :$25 in obey and couldn't' hold a funeral oher a DESIGNS I

I' casbtSesides.Neit thing'we heard 'of tit widout borrowin. de money, and CoPYRIGHTS &f. .-- 'L -"' ',: .
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4,* quickly ascertain oar opinion free whether an
'btm"1. e wU i1'l'ing1D' Rid .a. .marble'r invention u probably nsteotabla. Communi
':: :. '.., man'to git a ,$300 ,monument for, elf'I -" Children's ,tionj strictly confidential. Handbook en Patent.
i.. lent free. Oldest agency far aecnrmgpatenu.Patenta
He wanted de genuinearticle taken throook .
sole woman.: : .
favoritetonic In While' Cream Vermifnge atbearecetse
," q nolle*, without ehntiq>
,V and he wanted an angel'wk ,thenire for worms and all children
i' i< '",,:bet wings spread on top. He wanted, Scientific jmcrkan.>
'"" diseases., nor only kills the worm!',
!f.'' ;'. ""iomethin': tobeat.de-jirblte: folks, and bin removes the nincns and clime!' in A handsomely Dl atrat 4 weekly, largest circulation AU
of urtentlfle JournaL 1'erm..aa.M You Want to Know About the
t.} '\ be w|nld. have4hadvU'and, been fifty which they hnild their, nest Ito! notion montha any |L Sou by'U newadealen.aIUNN

l ': .-7 a1'f pay in' for. It It ) hadn't happenedL on the chiM \* mild and leaves him in a s New

t r"r'. to meet him while-he. was;on healthy. mnditinn Joe ,Daniel; Forma, Bach 0ftIce. m J' 5t.Waah!! .Tgrk EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?

1..r-' ...::bla way' to clinch de bargain.Nlckerson blacks children Tenn pays White's that Cream he- gave Wnnifnue one of hit en!

4"BNdder'hospbate- the doctor thought it had colic and from Especially regarding Fruit <:GrowingTrucking; and

;! ti atoycsand does whitewa&blnV and bisalrnmgs the fireliriope tlie:>hild parsed 13onus.. John White & Co. Farming? If HO, subscribe for the...........
alWige :iarejJIO: a leek. Hetosa Sold by Bed Cross Pharmacy. LoyisvruE, rr.
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-! .. 'de":'milat.C6min6riehse:wouidatlhint : : ;;;Z/ 4 ..BUIlL... HARRY L., BROWN, Business Mana rSL Augustine, Fla. *

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I'luu chartered the Uuhcbt failed to'r care}yOTt Hollirter'ji:Bocky .. "
( and sold all! countries. appreciated.
-, ,Asa AlaraIag s ttattORfrequently Exchange bought on foreign patronage -
JrOll II!'" Tea make*-punleiiL'weak--
S > lrretici Atten.fo_ r,=use _l t'C1manMmao.prjromantood strong 'results from nexlaet of clogged Prompt. service: polite treatment and! every favor<< i eD'7.; . .
!lii';* : .T"'Oo. ". ... bowels and : liver .conservative banking granted :% -'- =-V k
andheaJthy.f .1.,.,' d1Of11JdIOIIA torpid until constipation .5'
....i c.. 'O ; ;;a:; "becomes:chronic.!This condition is **** -J
ii if.FernaadinandoP .'f'"f :; :: '"t : CORRESPONDENTS : ,. ,_
unknown; tO those who." use Dr. Binge <
-: tiatitai;va.-ir f} ; ,>: .1.= New Life' Pills; the. best'and 'gentlest Empire. 'Trust Company,"42 Broadway, New Yprk City; The Atlantic.National. .' Bank;-""'*.
regulators of stomach and jbowela.' Guaranteed Jacksonville, Jacksonville Florida :
'' 51 trghlettr 3llee t iAgreat many of,our fol ke pleited Co. ; \
h'S' yt.Bed 'Cross..Phsrmacy.Price25ceate "
& Mbdrr lUer rrrved Qe coaoir Saturday to complete th61riet.mitbopping :' TITUSVILLE FLORIDA '
:
.y =' 1 ttaKi#il epeQd'tteveral digs with and found the stores very r :r-r.--: --.---' 'i ", ; ,,
., .. .Commissioners : :
: ;. .Certificate of County: '. '
?,- i.- wal ""
V st,.'cE y:-5i oe r the:raH road on Christmas-- < ,34.Raymond* Sanderson surprised his ,The folio wing.business was Jransacted. tE.. L. BRADY & BRO., < ': it

-' 1 e trains family circle .by..arriving: in tiinetjr'enpperon .- at the special meeting or:the board of '

g n YF pro H{ Saturday .evening, 'n dJ e8"to connjy commissioners' ,on.Saturday.afternoon Groceries Grain and all Food Products :.
Hay
{ 1 by iestteniiiigthe teach- say fitly tq their'delight. ... ,Dee 22nd. v?' > ; ,-

St. Ango8ttae this ''MieAlice Sanders 'home .for tCERTIFICATE.. We handle produce of all kinds. We are agenta for Mape',.. w.deal udulnlJ
xeattanJn"' : herphristmas In the above llnee of goods, and solicit the trade of all conatsven. Writ M for ptiee 09
B5vljSfe av*l>H i. "" :* ? hglida L We were pleased to State:of County}, '' Grain and all Groceries,deliver* at; your station..,E. L BBAPY A BEOnTrnriyiiiJt.. "" ;

L. asMa! led N.D.A. Blodgett and fame hear, e.ehter1 laugh again.Christmas BreVird i$ .....--

i t }o[ ytoas apend ,Chrietmas alm s : eve:' ice assembled. in'., the ,'We,.the undersigned, constituting the :
'S. J.
:,, ;lettti her;wstei, MjnvE:P, PorcheK; club;Chouse.:-for- ;;oorentertainment.' The board oftlCQotj commissioners.in and for : pBtTOI5ff

r The Hicks family,.fiorn Tennessee, arr cold''and anxiety for fruit rather marredour said county do hereby certify that we met Fruit\Jd' .:
Grain
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P'riied this week and will soon be in their pleasure,still with, Jack Frost (whom at the court house at TitusviUe, Fla., at Staple and Fancy GroceriesHayVEGETABLES e r 1lKIB 1

we cannot call a.welcome gneat) hovering 230p. m out he 22nd day of Dec., A. D., -

ftlied around, everything'was made a8 comfortable 1906, and proceeded publicly to'canvass A SPECIALTY &

=onSunday/Dec. L.'I.' Mr.Bfimsen as "posaibler: with heaters. The treeweighed the votes returned by .the 'inspectors of T'ituBVilie. I. I ''P1or1C1a. ;; :
s7 A. H of Jamaica, New
'down with many Resents, election for the local option election held
north. Santa J. LORILLARD, JE. \ LKON 8. '
York The remains were sent WILSON
:> .
in Brevard
Clans arriving in good time"abcompan d county on the 18th day of

__' tA"Y31t "Bemsen has'spent thewinters, for by ,his wife and,'baby of tender yean.| Dec.,'A. D ,-1906, as shown by the duplicate LORILLARD BOAT CO. : i
with friend 'Mr. A. I. '
hia
'some, time ,
fetar'ps filed with
The motherbeing'an adept at nursing, : this board, and edo

1 siSl5 Moore,and was well known and liked by the little one did ,not disturb us-awhile hereby certify that the whole numberof ,, Tittwville. Florida, 11,1
"ffvi1 4. ,everyone.' He leaves ason, Mr.:. WU1Bemseo l l4T of both instrumental votes cast at eaid election for selling in* 1&. .
a'.program Installed and Gasoline .
Engines Repaired by Expert EngTseers .
Mrs. Brown ; -:
and .
daughter
a ; and vocal jnnaic also some fine readings, tozicating liquors was 137 and that the .
f i 1 tir both being with him during his sickness. 'with. wholeflumber of votes cast against selling Agents. for Termaat& Monahaa motors Moore motors, Hartford motors Auto-Marfne motors ".
*' was gone through ,and District Agents for the Lathrop motor :
: Dr.WIca D( LIFT Dan.Y intoxicating liquors was 310.: t
: ; Hoghlett and :
r The long.looked for day, has come and :! MA.El.XNEJ: : :R.A.XL ,T&.Y ; i, Ii
Ri
iet'are off on a hunting tripTi 1. A. CONKUNQ, Chairman, '
gone. Many family dinner parties being J!'F. WOOTET, Careful attention linn to ;; -

'91'i y The Christinas tree at the opera house the' chief feature of Christmas day, with F. A.'MOKOAN, LAUNCHES STORED FOB THE ST7XMEB ,":t:
4 the usual good cheer and hearty welcomes l
T. J. COCKSHUTT
rMQndaynlghtwaeaenCOeea.-tiRecititi0rla
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Which the folks ofbnr town famous
J-R 7 < by the following children; are J. B. Mur. 3 .

.Jennie's Christmas,_..._-..Maude'Hindle for- $ Warrants for the unused-part of liquor THE BUKESLEE'
t? : ;w' ;:.My Emily Jane,.............:.WreBryan Wednesday evening Miss and Mr. R. licenses collected,by the tax ,4 Collector! .
1
) How Does Santa dans Do ItT
; Sanderson entertained their young friends from liquor dealers for the fiscal be- The engine alKabout.
: v& v Hazel Johnson year we want you to know
Two Little Stocking .... -Anita Travis bringing some of the young ladies from ginning Oct. let, 1906, and ending Oct. S .. Power,'loqg life simplicity, reliability
Badd B'B Stocking_ ______Nellie Cooper and
Cocoa price. Price is last to be
1st 1907 follows
ierti4lrawn &8 :
._
t The Little Fellow's Stocking :_Irene Taylor considered but
!
important the
d. -t" "'Horrne Got the Bert of Old Santa LOTUS. ,F. A:-ley, 193.15. Let sell just same.
us you a Blakeslee engine then
'lk't;'. *, Elizabeth.ChildiThe Miss Ula Geiger :earn-home Saturday H..Y.:PItts;; > 386 30,-two! saloons., we will sell them to .your friends. The
'- i young 'jadies of the high school dV The sheriff wag instructed to notify the Blakeslee is a repeater: Ask the man who'
_ from her school Jessamine. She willrealm
-t t .'t .partmeatgavedrill including the dra.matio ,,, sal oit keepers of the county,to close their has one s Horizontal,. vertical, portable,
+ J: .attitudes. Old Santa then 'made Friday. : places of business at 12 o'clock Saturday hoisting, and pumping. '. ,1J4.
& All:8.,A. Osteen was buaineee visitor Send for catalog. t. ,
.
1 appearance and called off the presents r a night, Dec: 22nd,in compliance with the -

:|rojn the tree. ', ,to Cocca.Wednesday.' !;. '.cal option election held on Dec 18th... y Fed N. Hitchcock,Ag't .

';:J ig *wr ]Misi Saliby! and Mrs. J. P. Cooper deWwrre Postmaster Walter. was stropping in TITUSVILLE. ,FLA. .

,.'\' 4.- ':... ". .. credit for drilling the children.. ; Cocoa Saturday. The votes cast in each precinct are the .

.,'< :.;:;;,',',J.1''t., ,.,$':i1;,b C. TA \ 'Misses Nellie and Lettie .Geiger were some as published in,THE STAB last week

-' "ii. "'" *, *Of oonreeyou pay your money' passengers on the.Lena to Eau. Gallie with' the exception of. LaGrange and WHITEHALL PORTLAP CEMBNT
.{s= :fk r But yon get your money s worth, Saturday evening.Master Grant; LaGrange being 15 :-yetIO; ( dry
:ffi!! ..: /For what does money mean to you,
't When Rocky Mountain Tea's on earth? 'John F. Geiger went down to instead of 16 wet, 10 dry, and'. Grant 4 '

-' v: :.... Ask your druggist.BOCKLEDGK.i wet, 5 dry instead of 5 wet and 4 dry. in the
,. ;. Ft. Pierce _Wednesday ,of last week. He 500 Barrels will be received next >
.
:r ( ;t, took in the Pickerts plays and Sun Broe. k'
.Wt.< \<...t I, ,9;" '. .. Floods the body with warm, glowing 60 days. Costs a little more than other cement
:::?t? :;';:;:' Z't Rain carne all right but hardly enough show while there. He returned Saturday vitality\ makes the nerves strong, quickens
.. but is better.
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.,: ., -", and reports a delightful'tUne... circulation, restores natural vigor ,
;: '01-4t': tinl''megtl0nha "
,, ', makes you feel like one born again. Hol.
't Mrs.
.7 ... / Mr. and Bisbee spent last Saturday EAST COAST LUMBER. SUPPLY CO.
.
,.j$ ; Jf.; ,: -;- Mr. .Baker and family. are again with li ter's Rocky Mountain Tea. 33 cents. ,
.fif, ,,' .' in,Cocoa. Ask dmg2 st.SGOBEL.
,..:.:t :'ii'i1. }.., X..'..:..,.:,,, 118., your Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material.
I
'ti "i ; f : Miss Elma Geiger, who is teaching in
;eMr. :A. N Clark has about recovered
i } ; Eau Gallie Florida.
} ; t. Ft. fierce, Came Saturday to spend x ,
T"t from J. np & DAY ;:
.m. 'Go wJ- t. $' '-:: \'. -'bis late lndupo" ltlon. \ the two weeks ho1id ys'with her parent, .
!l .'>i '.<'."*.". The-cruiser, East Wind, from St..Au- VICTOR1CP'
; Mr.. and Mrs. J. F.Geige Established 1867 PL
-iti t k : just ne, is in the Gingras boat yard for I T. ,
:: 1:: : )lr.. D. A. Ramsey came. over from Auction
-l* 'r- ::., ,u*: 'repairs.4 .- | Bonaventure Tuesday( to look after his ... Specialists.. Talking Machines, Supplies aid't .
f;; :dP;; ". Senator;Derby is equipping his boat '
grove. 235-238 West St.
';Kc,. JJt 7".'%ftt .'with'a new four cylinder. motor. .p Records sold 'by tie "i. ..
/ fi1 ;a-' '':. : The Christmas entertaining of the NEW YORK CITY y
,; /\ \ .. ,Mr. .Osceola Currier has gone to hisV "T
.","t:,. '< -"V home Newark, N.. 'J., to spend Christ.c Sunday school by Mrs. Thos. Green was Oranges, Grape Fruit, Tangerines, .Man INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE '.
,
{'<\:; ;"c postponed, bn account of the extreme' darine, Pineapples, Etc. ; .
_., A *; '" tinas., .,:' He; will return. soon accompaniedby ', cold. Agents Florida Fruit Exchange Solicit 'I'
.l-;:tJ' Mrs.. Currier. I consignments for sale at auction. :::'j4.; & .rti i& TITOSYIilE FLORIDA .
tk Mr., and Mrs. Joe Sellers, who have Moderate Commission. 5>ileon arrival of .
cha.ille's'
t' r.rM Cadillac car has
: big
L ; been occupying the Ronald cottage, have fruit and remittance of net pro-
o( 7", ". ;arriV d and' will soon be seen on the moved to Banyan,. .< ceeds day after sale.
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l'"ifJ. NEW CASH GROCERY STORE
Boulevard.f
a .. ,, : !..1 ; .?.:-! Capt. M,\Ramsey and f son Eddie came Personal Attention and a Square Deal

,;: ,'o'>The ,.cruising houseboat, Ruff house, up from Eau.Gallic Saturday.The Represented by W. H. St-bring, 133 West ------r-r Lj ---- -- *' -.

x ': from';.Providence: ,R. I.,. called in last : Fourth St., Jacksonville Fla. A FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FA NCY GROCERIES / ? :.' a. I g

;; :* :week for 'gasoline, continuing on down Lotus people are rejoicing, over -- .-- HAY"GKAIN. FRESH FRUire AD't'EIETABLD', ,

t 1 r ;the. rthelame.day. Brevard county having gone dry. \Ve buy as low as possible and still for cash;'thrrrfure sell!! the cheapest// 'r ..
\ r ROBBINS look over our htock and I get our prices before, bUYing.
:}! $t '. 8. Harrison! .and daughter, Mies EAU OALL1K. Corner Main and Hopkins streets

4 4 'Mildred i. of Newark, N. J., arrived I last Mr. Clay Chad wick.. .I was a guest in Ean' & GRAHAM G. ::13:. HEA-r.a: d3 OO,

'W spend the winter with Gallie Christmas .
:.. V 1'to dy.'Po'rsort c TITUSYILLK, 'FLORIDA

$: r' i: t Mid K.. Harrison.' Two years! ago Miss Paddison was the guest of his --- CO., _. -- -- -. __ --- --

.:, 'f-i+). .\:Mildred (delighted our mosic lovers with' I brother. ,*.and sister, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. (Incorporated Paid up Capital. f25.000.PO I. r"Wr'rWrVrVrWNr
i .vrWNl'A" I
.',;; "tt: ., ,her'cpraplete. mastery, of the piano. ,,' ,Paddi Christmas day.. This company owns lands. I >? '
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'' i ; ::,:.It:i The_ :practice of, bicyclists using, the G. !. Robbins and family, of Titus in the,on Indian the St. Lncie Hirer River Country \.

ii '*; i: 1 ; it. for(speedway .should be Ah- vile, were the guests of rr!?and. Mrs.G 'at New River, and on Biscayne The Geo. H. Fernald Hardwar Co.

., ., .-,. ... ,',,&;: r.amed; ,only the other.day we.noticedseems F. Paddiso'n Christmas day. Bay. ,

< i' ;' 'eidbty' : .;" idy'take: to, the F" '":--d. tra-t'lto Mr.) and'Ml'8..G.-W.. Hopkins. and Miss PRICES TO' SUIT THE TIMES. .

:if ,Yfe ade;.ahnsky'am..of 1: wW had Hopkins, of'Bear Lake, 'Mich., are the
< :L Send for land list. ,
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.; '...ei. ,,'he,-- ,? \>{,LLi ., '.. guests oj Mr.and( lrs... E. M. Hodgson, MACHINE SHOPS
OFFICES ,
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.cy :!O"p: : 1i _. _. Ie ol Pinewood. Lodge, .this, week.. ,
"" -\ "':> -$ ....'. ,. .. 'r.. TITDSVILLE MIAMI. '.
""" 1' '.; -xLtto,,' ..in io. ai' I\Ieh' pi :, Ed..Bradd. :spent C ,rjetmas. day AKD ...:"'--JoU--;.
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; ..,. i'! .:: With his family returning to Miami and Metal
', -, boetsogoPA' it<" !tatpod, :'aory on : Plumbing WprlcV
';'''.'' t; .to,be quite a' ,differencebajf .->. 'oleplaion. .,1wY ewJ:.L't. 'f. ;' ENNIS & FORT .
14"f.\, : -.!:. .... ; ;;; : : '
.bw'dsyaofwsrm.adher ..wilt Christmas I ,
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; .. ,. < The f tree at the M. E.
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'iJ t.'It>.i."I I -; 'fr" ., .'".' ." _""'' ,. "J' ?';,,\" '" r.t"_",....:;..:0. ._.... :;..",!;.:,.: .,.. !" 'J': church :aDd the program' :by the schoolchildren I BlacksinitUDgaDdRepirlii : BUILDERS' HARDWARE PAINTS & 'OILS; ,

:.ttr ; ....' ;:F i\: a.I). ..(.:d9. .nottbbltand'tmr. Was well patronized! by young .
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'> : .a.; ; '.. .l' .. 'I I..J and old.
MagMBMggMMUpLJd-ii-itJiJiidi.u.1
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'4', .,:'0( ;. ..: aLbal.. to:.:; ....:;;.,: Agricultural implements :
a
The
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.f. : t. Q.IJlit::. saudr... dF ckurdi.on: .BigUwd4fe zj J}:: ..,.'- r : -i......:: Wagon made and repaired. Horse Shoeinga
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4 riedoot ,tLkipcF.O4Inkk makingsgrind SANFORD FLORIDA
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< ; from of Indian
: -" .. '- 8pecuJt7.Work any part : "
'?4-''f<,, ;;''r-' A' ......,:..",.. ..<.. _. ."'..-J. .B8'8 I I( r L gold! 8antt FC....S 1Tb,. singing b, BiTer or aajnrfcen in the oonnty will receive # '
t tJI
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: ODe way and guarantee to give you satisfac t
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