The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
August 4, 1905


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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{.. ( : 'The. board of trustees; of the internal ; The greatest August sale we ,have ever

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: ; atieatreata,:, .. ofrf "the_ rPresiM Weer! Tallahassee week They Shut Out Both Hew Smyrna and Dayton Figured lawns, batistes, in fact all wash Matter of Interest That Are: Happening :
,:Thursday" oft last ordered a
Week.. goods at almost price-they must go
'"'i I'Porfesypd In'QrtefE: ; *Team Thli any Around Town. u
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....= .!'G is.Romig: .Miami inu 'The New Smyrna baseball team playedthe per Mr. W.. H. Cresson of City Point
... : ;oft ,: was some,point on .the ,,St. Lucie river in as ready'made underwear at a ,

.',, r' f nJ" .:" -t Fridayot3 ; direct route'ai practicable to Lake Oke Titusville team-at this place Monday lower price than the same can be manu called at THE STAB office, while in town-
"" ,. '" -!: afternoon. The weather looked ominous factured. last "
Friday afternoon.;
: :;po'" tofti. '| r Lake. 'Jones" spentllMi ebobee, for U e.porp080 of determiningthe : the'raiD S'rikiog'value in'linens and towels.
r Friday..and SAtanky in:Titosfille.. most practicable and best ratite for a before the visitors arrived Unusual bargains in ladies' oxfords. Miss Maggie Collins returned home.

: from-a .hetd'otI and the air was cool and pleasant. talcum in cashmere Wednesday from several visit with "
I@ 'Brady and baby left. Mori drainage jcahal point on -LakeOkeecbqbee Colgates powder, days' +
dsy tor""Camden; S. C. ''Mr. Brady folokn at or-'near;Chancey,bay. to Harry Sams men made a fine appearance bouquet or violet. 25 cents is the correct her friend, :Miss Flossie Taylor,. at Cocoa.
t in their uniforms a price for this powder :Monday's special
natty green ,
the of the-St.'Lucie river. The Dr. E. R.
; :\ tomorrow.> waters striking contrast the bright red of the price 19 cents. Blakewood, who returned

Jpr F.. H. 'Hougbton! spent Sunday board designated: J.' O.'Frees, civil engineer Titusville boys.. The New Smyrnas playeda Dr. Lyon's tooth powder, special 20 yesterday from Jacksonville left this

his" friends in ,of this county, to make this survey. cents. morning for Osteen on a visit to his,
t iDiong numerous Daytona real plucky and the contest was Dr. Sheffield's tooth 19
"i .lJ:' ;' The action taken' by the board is the game paste, special sister. s
and Daytona Beach.Jolly ., first step in the actual work of Governor warm from start to finish, but the visitors -Cents.

t 1 :: jf:= Jack Leeming, of Cocoa,'was here Bro .rd'8 gigantic and magnificent did, ,not succeed in making a run',; the Packer's tar soap, usual price cents.londav's Mr: and Mrs. L. A. Brady and Master

... ,";$' f'. #<'.'?:Jfpiiday: to"; witness_ \the :New .Smyrdav'.Tituavilie scheme of reclaiming,. the Everglades. nearest thev came to it was in the second ) Ladies' price linen 19 hem cents.stitched handker Parkhurst Brady arrived home Saturdayfrom

baseball'game.; DOLLARS TO 'YOU. inning when there were three bases full, chiefs, special 7 cents each. .. Tallulah Falls Ga., where they spent! =t

tr'.f-The Ragtime and. the Yellow Kids and P. Sams reached third. Titusville Ladies' tailor made skirts, at less than several weeks.
Yon will save money by going to Penney manufacturer's
w isJ,liyed ball; yesterday .afternoon.' Score ''& Brannings for your Clothing, made two in the first inning then. two cost. JULIUS KLISE The Miami Steam Laundry has made
;- ..-8.., :ri;FWU 14. to, 7 .in favor of the Raglimee.jCapt Shoes Hats, Fancy and White Yeats; more in the second inning, the 'score Titusville, Fla. Mrs. C. Collins agent. Leave work at _

; '" Shirts 'Neckties, Hosiery, Belts, Collars standing Titusville 4, New Smyrna 0. the F. E C. Grocery. Fine work, satisfaction '
r N. N Penny, Mr. \V.:c. Peter- Cuffs etc.
4eon; and<< Mr. and Mrs. Copeland and A complete stock of Clothing and Gents' The fielding on both sides was perfect, guaranteed.For

-Rl-i baby;of Nathan, were In town Wednes Furnishings. Any and everything. that not an error on.the fielders. D. Newman, of Lafayette county, the medicine chest or sideboard I.

', day., "s men wear can be found there. Leo Fisher pitched a good game for the who has resided in different parts of Indian W. Harper whiskey is pre-eminently the {

f"; All goods marked. in plain figures, one visitors, and he canning with those river country for the past three pears, family w.hi5key-nooe better. Sold by
Dr. C.'A. Bent, of Rio Janeiro Bra- price to all. }
PKSNEY & BRASSING "outs" too, fooling several of the, Titus fell out of the second story window of F. A. Losley and R. L. Motlow. '
til who bus fine at City ,
1ti#: orange
The Clothiers and Furnishers, ville batters. As for Floyd Williams'pitching Geo. F. Paddison's wharf house, at Eau Mr. W. M. Brown arrived home last
:m :Point is expected to arrive here about
yv ; 'Titusville, }1a.VJlLDIlTED it was just fine-in fact the visitors Gallie Wednesday striking squarely .
=MM, ,the middle November. on Friday night. While north he took a .
1; '" .,' ; WMMH MBM IMBMmWB.M did not find him at all until the last his head. Doctors Hnghlett and Peek trip through Canada via Detroit to Mon-'

!' }4-oi' The many friends of 'Mr. G. A. Frost POWER two or three innings, when they knocked were summoned and removed the broken treal. He left for Miami Sunday.

!f;. : are glad to see: him out again' after'thesevere Dr. J. Y. Porter, state health'officer, flies that were held by Revels J. Williams pieces of skull, but Newman had not re- ..1
attack of fever that confined him now wields the most of in Call at Titusville Livery, at rear ofBobbins'
c'k power any and Alexander. Fender, our'shortstop gained consciousness and it was not expected -
the state. The state board of health, law office, for stylish rigs. s
.7 to hie home for nearly a,mpnth. in the sixth in- '
;} a put out two men that he would survive the day.
which ia has given him this .
paramount Leave your orders for hauling, both double
f;t Ton,will be surprised atwhat, you cant power, which was delegated to this body ning. Driver and J. Williams both made His father at Dunnellon was summoned.It and single. J. M. Oeban, proprietor

/; buy at the 5c. and lOc. counters'at: the by the legislature. Anything ,that Dr. two base bits. Hopkins caught for the is said that he has several brothers in .

I. : :Novelty etore. .Kitchen utensils, household Porter does now is absolute law. The official entire game, although his wrist- was other parts of the state. The shattered plate glass in Gardner's *
: ;\ : order issued Wednesday by tbe show window "
recently broken by stock
1ti., and toilet necessitiesstationery, president of the state board of health fractured in the first part of the contest

: tinware and.many other useful articles. reads as follows: Pat Sams, the doughty little catcher for SHALL BLAZE. on the sidewalks at night, time, was re- '

..:J. 2.rC's."' :Judge A.' :D. Penney leaves for', New 'In order that there may be no misunderstanding the New Smyrnas, was a surprise to every The fire alarm was sounded Saturday placed Wednesday by a new glass. Mr.

,' sue; 'York tomorrow, and Mr.,John Henry by the public, of by virtue of one. He played his position fine and he morning about 9:30, when it was discovered Mobley did the setting. / -t J
:. as president the state
: my
:':; will transact all business relative to the board of health of Florida, and acting for shows excellent judgment. that the house out on Main street, Capt. Scott, who has charge of the new

: county ]judge's, office 'until Sept.. 1st, or the board in emergencies, with full powerto New Smyrnas. Titusvilles. owned by F. E. Stone, formerly knownas work train just sent out from St. Angus*

;)....: :until farther notice ,is 'given. Let all be do so, 1 hereby give notice that the the Nan place, was on,fire. 'Only the tine, to'attend to the necessary repair
Wakeley, 8.8. Williams, J., c.f. '
travel from New Orleans
quarantine against wife and children were at home Mr. work along the east coast, was in this section -
.; gowned soeordingly.x directly and indirectly, which was Sam, F. S., r.f. Johnson, 3b. ,
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with his men this week.
T ; Stone the
being employed on A. C. L.
The fiah business is still all to>> the good placed against New Orleans by the.state Edwards, 2b. Fender 8.&
< ,. I health officer on July 22,1905, was confirmed near Palatka. The fire was in the north Mr. L. W. Doolittle of the Atlanta :
Driver lb.
'; in Tituaville. The shipments have beenI' Morrowlb. ,
} by tbe board in special session east corner of the north room up stairs, Fish &Produce company, expects to leave /.,
large for over a week, and about 1U05 when also Kuitz, Lf Revels, r.f.
running July 27, authority was .
t '.; and had charred the pine ceiling considerably today for Atlanta, to be away for several fl
:[ fifty barrels were shipped by express yesterday conferred by the board on the state health Same P., c. Hopkins, c.
i before it : The weeks. his absence his fish busi- -
was During
putout. damagewas ;
: while carload shipment was being officer to formulate, promulgate and en i Fitts, 3b. Alexander, 2b.
Jf if '' force necessary rules for detention of sos F. slight, caused by cutting into the ness will be in charge of Mr. Yelvington. r
Ji\ & .also made ready. pects, including authority: to declare quarantine Fisher, p. p. roof from the outside broken .
Goodwin, c.f. McLendon, l.f. ,glass, etc., In our account of the Canaveral forest R:
travel from other infected -
'.:< Mrs. C. J. Denham has just received an against from hastily removing the furniture and fire last week we should have said it was ".
points when, in his judgment, the earns J. M. Osban umpired the game to the }
bl'h::' -;-:' artistic Conn's latest conqueror model is necessary." fr-jro dripping water. Luckily the lire Mr. N. M. Fish, road inspector, insteadof O
satisfaction of both sides and the best of
r :' ,comet;which she purchased through the ESTBCCTIONS'TO INSP& roJlS. The would did not get under much headway on account Mr. Fish, lighthouse inspector that

s Y T ;: Indian'River Music House, of this place, feeling prevailed. spectators of the room being closed up tight, crossed from Canaveral poatoffice to the '
The state board of health has issued the have been glad to see New Smyrna makea which smothered the flames. The cause '
-1i who handling these famous cornets.t. .
are with Mr.
Holmes.A .
? following orders by wire to all its inspectors run or two, for they deserved it. is supposed to be spontaneous combustion lighthouse
, ? made this selection after
.J.- :. on the state line: In the evening a dance was given in as a lot of rags and papers were letter received by THE"STAB editor
several other famous competitive "Restrict people traveling to Florida stored in the where the fire
\ corner
t (from Capt. P. Nelson that they
; house in says do:1
' i.'f.t .,_ makes,and is j justly proud of',her new in.. from New Orleans, but not freight. All the opera by Manager Branning started.
, ; I not intend to return to Titusville until f
.' \ railroad cars of fruit and carriers must be honor of the visiting team, at which there
-=:r- ;; :.," strument.. for Detain all GENEBAL BULLOCK DEAD. late in the fall if well. '* ,
c9i fumigated mosquitoes. passengers were a number of young people also pres- they keep They

);h:,-- Dr.:E. H. Armstrong, the eye and nerve who cannot produce certificatesof ent from Courtenay and Indianola, and a Gen. .Robert Bullock, often spoken of are having a good time and pleasant I '

t 4 ; I .specialist of Jacksonville, who recently health. .Camp. out all New .Orleans- pleasant time was spent. as Florida's grand old man, died at his weather in Perth Amboy, N. J. ,
I ;' .paid our city a professional visit, found passengers found by marine hospital officers very home in Ocala Thursday afternoon July

.;. W .:. his time altogether too limited: to attend or those who cannot show conclusive 27th, after a long illness. Rev. W. A. Myers, formerly pastor of 1

rtr-o{i'. t ,4o tbe demands made upon him. In view evidence of their" whereabouts for a DAYTONAS SHUT OUT.The Gen. Bullock was,born in North Carolina the Methodist Episcopal church at King

"i,:(.,":I.:! .of this and in the interest of his already ,period. of ten days. Titusville! baseball team added December 8,182S, moving to Floridain ston, but lately of Sebastian, has been -
The state board of health has wired
he has decided to make
<, many patients : here hereaft' all railroad companies doing businessin another flower to the wreath of victory 1844. compelled to give up the ministry, tem i
:i'" regular quarterly trips In his early life he was a school teacher.He .
".t ",'" ; The people of Titnsville will certainly appreciate this state that all excursions must they have perched upon their brow by began his public career in Florida in porarily at least, on account of poor I

"'l!.r' this opportunity of having so cease until further notice. defeating the Daytonas (the self-styled 1849, when he was elected clerk of the health. He is now in the Tennessee 1
\ a specialist so easy of access. The following telegram was received DeLand' circuit court of Marion which j
from State Health Officer Porter Wed. champions of the east coast) at county, position mountains and hopes to rapidly recupe
11minen f'-a President yesterday by a score of 2 to 0 in favor of he held for six years. rate. !
; ; :. < Mr. F. W. Kettle secretary to nesday: Gen. Bullock fought in the Kentucky H
. *; Ma of the Florida State College "Promulgate the following to all rail Titusville fact Titusville shut out the campaign between the states with Gen. The following party from Courtenay *

;Jj.Ji; ;{ for Women,Tallahassee! was in town road companies doing business in Florida self-styled champions of the east coast Kirby Smith, being. soon promoted to a and Indianola was in town Monday to *
... the interest of the college. and to \
:--f: last Friday traveling public: _
= for the whole nine innings. colonelcy.
'.T'tt ...'. c The ladies of Florida can secure a "'Notice is hereby given that rule 40 witness the ball game and attend the t
: young He was in the battle uf Chivkatnauga
MJ thorough education at this state institu of the state board of health relating to Daytona papers have been indulging ina and at Missionary Ridge, at which latter dance; Miss C. Sams, Miss Jessie Sanders .

. .f:1 :tion. It being maintained by the state, certificates of travelers during the period great deal of hot air lately about their place he was captured. He was a prisoneron Miss Alice Miller, Miss Fannie Sams, { }

-a lf- nal. Special instruction in music) art, strictly enforced. out the east coast but until March, 1864.. lie was in
anything oo they many
Sams, Julian Sams, Franklin Sams and ,
$?;" y -domestic science and physical . $.'fJ.f;::..; \ be had at slight additional charge, and a of these rules and failure to can go away back and sit down now, for brigadier general.He T. S. Sanders.

: ;1.-,, 'school for teachers has been added. Catalogue comply with the requirements of the regulations the Titusville team has not only won the was wounded at Murfreesbtfo in The Jacksonville Wrecking

.fft i' '. will be sent on applicationfcafler of the state board of health under best two out of three games with the Dt.ember,186-t, and disabled for further companyhas
, .;..... .., won
Daytona gamesout
oIW. 'i-' ish steamer Alicia off the reef below
:- When he recovered he resumed the
,,. .}. FOR SALE. SUTOSTOH3 BRICK ARE ALL RIGHT of thirteen so far pla"ed'Lbis season, practice of his profession in Ocala, being Miami. A few days ago the ship was \ \f

':a":' I';' No. '1 Irish Potatoes at $3 00 per 3- Messrs. Ronald & Fiske, after making and are fairly entitled to the championship later appointed judge of the circuit court, successfully floated, and the prospect:! \

:k t bushel barrel in 3 barrel lots; $2.75 per careful inquiries as to the merits of the pennant themselves. but was ousted by tbe rei-onrtrnction inn good for towing the valuable prize to a \ '

il.bart'l in 4 and 10 barrel lots F. o. b. different kinds of brick, have fully satisfied I: Titusville has played all the clubs o 1868.He Democratic safe harbor, lint a sudden squall and high > *
nominee for lieutenant
iW are at Oak Hill, Fla. themselves that the Sandstone Brick, the east coast from Daytona to Jensen included was a f
t 4: J. W. GHIFFIS, -goveruor in 1S72, and a Tilden seas again drove the Alicia on the rock, 11
) F jx made by the E. W Bond Co., Lake Ikl- also DeLand and Sanford. )
i Shiloh, Fla elector in the campaign of 1876. this time doing damage that cannot be 'Jj
} en, Fla., and sold by the East Coast Lumber I
f.... .\:1: __ The second game yesterday at DeLand In 1880 he was elected clerk of the circuit -
: &Supply! Co. are. 0. K. and thev repaired. The vessel; is now being dis- ,]j
Irk : between DeLand and Daytona (in which of Marion .
NOTES. have the order for)O OOn of these county.He I
CHURCH brick placed for the construction of, their new three of the Titusville team played with I ably represented his district in the mantled.I ,t i

Services will be held at the Methodist building at Cocoa. DeLand) resulted in a tie of 4 to 4 when fifty-first and fifty,second congresses: re- < i

r} church, Titusville, next Sunday August These brick am fast taking the place of the game was called on account of dark- I tiring from public life in 1SI\>:2. Later, I AGAINST SUNDAY BASEBALL. j
; 11 m. and 'at Cocoa in the i however, he was again called to the cir-
6th, at a. the common clay brick and as soon as ness.On There will be no more Sunday baseballin
invited. The their arrival home last the
S at 7:30Every one night on cuit bench.
evening every one is satisfied that hey are no Florida. Last Friday the. state supreme 4
rt third oonerenteTill be held at 10:40 train the victorious Titusvilles were
quarterly longer an experiment, they will be usedexclusively rendered its decision
Aug. 8th. treated to a great surprise by their friendsin CYPRESS TA- KS. court affirming -
: in this section.
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the of lower
judgment court in
the of chicken the
shape a puriough at
fi'' Rev. J. B. Hawk announces services i We are now making cypress tanks.
this famous cae. It will be remembered
Sun- Panama hats cleaned blocked and F. E. C. restaurant in which about twenty -. I
1030 next new Write us for
for City Point at a. m., quotations. Call of
that Judge Jacksonville ratal
day, Aug. 6th. This is the regular first bands put on, $1.50. Miami Steam Laun five of the base ballists and their EAST COAST LUMBER & SITPLY C,)', that the anti-Sunday, baseball law,passed

Sunday appointment. He will also preachat dry. C. Collins Ag't. Basket leaves friends participated. Eau Gallie, Fla. by the last 1 legislature is constitutional.! I

Eau Gallie in the evening at 730. every Tuesday., FURNITURE, DRY GOODS SHOES. :Now this decision id affirmed, so that in is
welcome to'thto services and :NURSERY STOCK FOR SALE.
Everyone I future Sunday baseball is under the ban.
I invited to attend. HENRY BENECKE-&AILUAKEK.. Sectional book cases. Citrus stock grown on high pine land. I
3-- Yacht sails and launch awnings made Wall paper, 8 cents per roll. Indian River Nurseries, established 1886. I I DENTAL NOTICE.

;$ 1ftB SALE CHEAP.FOR CASH. I up in first class style, mildew proofed if White enamel picture easels. Send for catalogue, Toledo and West ha
S Rugs, art squares. Dr. Houghton has the Dentos mooredat a
desired. Full particulars addressH. Palm Beach, Fla.MEW .
;; 1l About 88 acres of good high land on BEXECKE Baseball goods. the Indian River hotel dock and will

<_i ibe east or ocean side of the Indian river! Titusville, Fla. Parian paints. GROCERY STORE. remain for two weeks. N. B. i
described as follows: Lot ,
at the Narrows
No. 8, section 35 also.lot No. 3, section BLACKSMITH SHOP. Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville, Florida. Mrs. M. L. Peacock keeps a well assorted NEW RESTAURANT.

;36, in townabip 31 south, range 39 east stock of groceries in the store form-
This land is unimproved but finely lo Don't forget I do all kinds of blAcksmith PORE 3IILK erly known as the Scrimgeour building, If you want a meal or table board at

: t. -.AJ&- dated.- For further particulars address and wagon work, horse shoeingand Delivered anywhere in the town of Ti- corner Main street and Washington ave : reasonable prices patronize the Peacock

: t E. M. Low gun repairing. Call and see me. tusville. Send me your standing order. nue. Prompt service, low prices, reliable! Restaurant, corner Main street' Washington -

Stockton, Mau.a J. D. Esxis, Titusville, Fla. ACGUST SlL oa. I goods. J avenue. ?


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.. ... ::: place on Ole waU'of his New.York
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'E4 Pri the arrivevexactrjvat' : 1039'hene' i **- :dated,1830; from then Tillage. -
t' eoaltdlmEStw' = CI01UiaI1 eetice afflumed"that : '
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    }"'' t- l- oW4a tIq ''A.'A; Jtewsit' be always bids me.a cheery good}llC I ;of''cast'iron!
    9 r :'';Ti tn* 11 drout eoartr'P.Ar-Jlt; ing like;this,";'and he'mored'his ,
    ( ,is"never tpend'more than fif -
    Jtr mB.W Hall, l
    ,''' ;Itsn EaaO 1Ue;tax MS s '
    .. 1-: tuteolleotoJosnUenrylltaa: .. after.;the. manner. ofi"a':music.t i minutes at A directors. meeting. f o? |?hetnnatsin.!

    1".1 fu.' 't if, ,-'',; t.Yi11e.,keemez;L4LW$ TStoivnle' "beating- :.march- .' ,,time' .- I i votes: and hurries [on. '"AU meet- ASUre Cure Sprains, Wounds,

    _.>: 't, .r" ."';,; \ .'.,-en iteIa4eotot-bUa', ::..;...a; >ntrtetioa;;.,/J.. A P.W t| :Ctannlaf CoffipaaJoa- 'Socially. I .,where'1 sit as director," he says, Sores, Corns, Jo + <:
    tnrneyor tI..Froatod
    _ 7 !i'r ContractwiVMasclcs. Lame Bade, SU2 .
    ': /Ij-r :BJqwnTttasTflle'ali, .-iv 0.',Norwood, ; k>daltr,:,Mr;'"Rogers .Is a. i first and talk after have gone.W Galls;Broista
    :W Titoarlll4ieruisat3el'e._ .. I to the meetings of the street 'com- Foot, Bums. SWell, etc. .
    'f : companion, mild: .mannered g etl ; l AN AHTiSEPTICtha.t stops.1rritatloD. MtaMMmatraa 1-
    of Fairhaven he iIveS'wbol@
    m ' his personal friends with, ;: and drives out Pala. _
    ,,..JJ'.i"1-4',1'. .. .. ''KING4"INS INANCEc warmth and a kindly light In'his and always upon his arrival. PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Ebrca* '"_ ,
    ''..:11 >1< "J'" ", the town he becomes indeed the of the Blood, gimg the MutdWnatural
    ,, drculatioa
    '" '?c : '" -,'Oft'J7.1 .-- In .business;toe stern warrior only; promotes a free -
    > '' to. him'business Is 'war, tne of streets, driving elasticity. -

    ; ;.,,.l;=: .;.:v ,. :Personal. Side. oT. ,'a"..Striking\ ...:Fipire In going:to the hardest .fighter., He 'on a' tour of inspection. He BEST LINIMENT ON 'EARTH

    ,. 1-";;:t. : ',.'. .Monetary. Circlet,' two men.- A man;who knows him Intimately ,hours .to % mock session of the ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED

    ., $&'- -. '.' only In'a social waydeserib a'T'Tillage school, from which he.holds
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    ;OMAN himse'lf RHEUMATISM
    ", v '.' WHO NEVER-LOSES.TIME ed him to one who: knows him IntImately :: I "reward of merit reading CURED SCIATIC
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    fglV; <: : ".- '- ,-..,, only In business. The de8criptf essay'on "The Hen. Many a .

    f tF' :> .: J i A'Stern Warrior'Whose Halo Passion zi'thus'-given by the one.who ; evening he sits'IIi the drug Mrs.'B. A. Simpson, 500 Craig St.,Xnoxv 1e.
    '*&$ &;:: .:,< w. '' .' ".:- ,: only'the'Dr. Jekyll was not believed i at Fairhaven enjoying his Ice Tenn.;writes: "1 have been trying the bathi of
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    ,. -t% *.-ft ,, '. ,la- to Control- Things the man'who knew only the Mr.'Nyde.Ohe'deseribed .sOda like any lover and his lass Hot Springs Aik., fox sdatie rheumatism, bat I f
    : ..'2 ,i"t.- M B -H. .. the amiable, 1 I[ swapping yarns with ,townsmen get more relief.from Bollard's: Snow Z4&lmest

    s.' ;.;,i=,,-<> :. .. .. "By'CIUON, .. 'WILLETS domestic 'art' loving man of drop in. At one of these drug than any medicine or anything 1 have ever tried T
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    .%(#";'<;..,F:.','.-..', ',-' ., ',command the king- the.'other knew only. the sessions he was asked concerning Inclosed find postoffice order for |"1.00. Send a*
    r- < large bottle by Southern Eipresj.
    ; '> NHJE Standard' OIL. Eight education. "Education ruins
    : cold close fisted barely civil man
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    !#;;',;;.,. .: are;controlled by the' dollars. men' he replied"Just as an at- THREE SIZES: 2Sc, ,SOc AND $1.00

    , <-r i': {;. nlnth-not Rockefeller, ', but|the His passion iar to .controL 'When to'polish sandstone results in a BE' SURE- YOU GET THE QENWIH

    f : ;,,; one' addressed_by, .his Intimate'.friefldsu schoolboy withhis fellows, If he Bugjested mass." One evening one Co.ST.
    1:.i : "H._HJ\ Rockefeller: abdicated two playing..tag and the others the high school boys asked him the Ballard Snow Liniment .

    L y -'.,,-;', years age, 'He. aa succeeded by 'one sented- all right. If they old. questions regarding, how t LOUIS u. S. A.

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    1.' Standard's throne, who Y.I8'actual have nothing to do with the game. Mr. Rogers "and always keep

    ;) monarch of.the kingdom'of Oil, who is didn't rage, didn't sulk; merely secret. Y -
    -} J.' : ,u the :one man: .above all others whom aloof. t- Is.Tvoefully sensitive. Some years

    . ": ;: Lawson 4s':attacking' .. 'Always Practiced "Stlckedness." he rented a safe deposit vault In SOLO AND RECOMMENDED BY

    j :: : The 'officevdoor' of 26 ,,wherein be stored papers that RED CROSS PHARMACY,'TITUSYUJLE, and EAU GiLLIE PHARMACY EAtt OAlLffi
    j- >. Broadway Is lettered merely: "National He has always practiced what in six lathe sheet iron boxes.
    ";' ,iJ. "- al Transit;; COt 1L"lt. Rogers,. Presi- ealis'"sUchedness." "Consider the p .clerk in'\\"l'l tlng on the receipt the

    "i t Lr.t'; ,. ., !' 'denL'V Those :words.mean.the famous age stamp," he says. "It's success ulred personal description of Mr. Southern

    : :'.;':7 t. pipe Une.otJtaDdardQU, 20,000 miles In:its' abiilty'to stick to one-thing wrote "Hair, white." "Oh, Railway.EFFECTIVE .

    ,:jf. of underground,pipe .across twenty it gets there." As the grocer's,boy protested Rogers. "Not white
    APR. 10, 1004.Xos. .
    ; ;: ::< states, .through which flow. billions of lost the top: button from his "yet. Make it black. When my

    ? -gallons'ofoU;:occupying twenty huge He would' not, permit his mother is properly brushed you can't see No 30 Ko M Between 1'0 2a :: .::sDally.
    : JacklOnville and New TorL :
    ?;\ ,"' t refineries.' Whet else?' Ten refineries, sew It, on,, until. his savings ( : the,1 white." Being so sensitive, it Is no Da ily. "Thu1y. Dr.i1y
    J ", abroad,:for the kingdom zigzags around '- __'u_'__' -- .- 755 P __.___ 920 Ii Lv cksonville, Fla.SO. Ry. Ar. 'i'OO& ___ p
    ;I;: 1215 a : ---- 130 p Lv. vanna.h.GL-80.. By. Ar. 4 50 a ___ S 30 p
    .''J.t.. the earth;,.then 4,000 tank' carsf200steamships i 955 a ==== 1005 P Ar.Ch& lotte, N. _______SO. By. Lv. 9 50.p 1. 833.

    C.1-:' 40,000, miles_ of;"railway, 6 42 P ._,om 6 58. Ar. Richmond; Va..__--.So R,. Lv. 12 30 p -'____ 1130 p
    i ; _f. 8,000delivery wagons and 4,000 oU I C ,1 950 P == 9"43 a Ar. Washington, D. C---.So. Ry Lv. 10 Sl a_____ 950 P.
    tivu ::' .' tanks holding,half a.billion gaUons :of \ 1125 P ----- 1130 a Ar. Baltimore Md--P. R. R Lv. 618 a ___ 8 22 p
    -it1-:1'; v oil, employing. 30,000 _hands receiving, t.aE 8aia..145p Ar. I.hi1a.: tlphia, Pa.__ -_-p. R.. R Lv. 335 a1,_ 5531
    'J-,' .' ? $100,000 a'day* .. ;' 630 a ._-.-__ 415 pAr.ew York, N. y._____ _P. R. R Lv.1810_ &i-___ 3 2S R
    W: Tan enter the king's throne room;In n z 33 and 34-"New York and Florida.' Eipresa." Daily Pullman Drawing Room

    :i 'j. '; New'Yor-by appointment only. --Mr. } Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York.
    ':;: 'Rogers points to a big, .comfortable ,i r Q e. Nos. 29 and "Washington and Florida Limited" Daily Pullman Drawing Room
    v ; That Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and Sew York.:
    his desk.
    'r} leather: chair beside
    > chair Is low, In it you face. ,_the light 30 X 0.
    f t \ Daii Through"The Land or the Sky."
    Jf:; Mr. Rogers' ,chair. Is,high, the_ light is + : \ \ nillT755ii
    r ;+ ; behind him. Thus Ini .. two ,respects, )7 \ d\aa Lv.Jacksonville, ..--_________-.._____-._____-.___.So. By. Ar. 7OOr.
    \ physically \and psychologically, ;Mr. .. os 1215 a Lv. Savannah Ga.----_____._...__.___._.__.___:___._.So. R1. Ar.50 a
    600 a Ar. Columbia, S. C., Bu. Hy. Lv. 113 a
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    L r Rogers has you at a disadvantage. To 150 pAr. Asheville, N.C..------------___________..--___ By. Lv. 415 P
    s ., -. become, a. :iMr., Rog, 237 pAr. Hot Springs. s.c.-----------------------------So. By. Lv. 113 a
    t(.,; era .must .vanquish. Many ,a maxim. 6 00 P Ar: Knoxville, Tenn.,___-______________-_________.__ By. L'r 9 S5 a
    ..,,": .... ,a.battle of_ millions:sitting In that low % y. a 813 a Ar. Cincinnati Obio.__.__.___.____._-__.........._.____.Q. &: C. t.v. 18 I U l

    ;;. 1 chair I.facing the. glare has-- known defeat 3 Nos.29 and 30-Pullman Drawing Room and Buffet Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and

    ;ti.Tter': : Many a Wall street magnate In St.Louis, daily. .
    ; that room with Rogers has stood ? .

    11 r:, through/the-inteniew rather than sit \ \ \ 1e n.a -I I No. IS Between JaclaonvllJe aud"the North and {lest. ti0.14i I

    .. ;; in that big low, comfortable chair.. ____._ -P Lv. Jacksonville. Sa. Ry-__._________.___.__._-.Ar. -1-9 M a'I1 1745 ___._ 4'
    ______ 300 a Ar. Macon, So. Ry----____________________Lv. 213 a:__ ___
    i1r First Worked at Chores For .Neighbors.Mr. s- 5S ______ 5201. Ar. Atlanta, So Ry._______ _____________Lv. 1150 1'0---
    Rogers began his working life :.______ 945 a Ar, Chattanooga, So. Lv. 115 pl!___
    : f.'. _______ 740 p Ar Cincinnati Queen&Crescent------Lv. 830 a''______ t
    chores for the neighbors after I
    :., doing he's a ==- S 40 P LT. Cinciunati, Big! Four _________________ 710 of:==
    ; school for 50 cents a week. Now ____ Ar. Chicago, Four
    ___ 710 a Ell Rout.--- ---"---Lv. 830 PiL ---
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    I"i .. worth over fifty millions, rises every _-______ 835 P v. Cincinnati. P enn. Lines________.___-________ Ar. 6 i5 a -.____ -
    ! --0..... morning twenty thousand richer than ______ 710 a Ar. Chicago, Pena. Lines.____________ ___-Lv. I 8 to P:____

    / when he went to bed accumulates two _____._ 845 p L\ Cincinnati, c. H. &: .- _____________-_ I -i;==
    r1< ;;:"_ thousand while going from his office '===: 723 a M. Chicago. C. H. & D.--Monon-----------Lv. 1903 Pi...
    r to his uptown house, gains 60 cents _____n 9 -t5 P Lv Cincinnati, C. H. & D.-lch. CenL_________ 1r. 700 &J-n__..
    with every'tick his watch. Ills success '_______+ 5 20 a Ar.Toledo! -IL &: D.-I ch. i ) Pta ---.-
    725 Ar. Detroit. Co H..t -lich._Cent--. ---...Lv. X1000 pL830p
    is gauged, however, by achievements ==== : :.:=:
    other than the of Him ______ Lv.Cineinnati, Penn. _____________________ I 830ak.; ._
    building _______ 555 a Ar. Pittsburg Penn. Lines._____________________Lv I 813 P,_____
    : alayas of cash." Yet of money he'says:. .., == 930 P Lv. Cincinnati, Big Four--_________.Ar. 18311 I i.! ____
    "My rule is to make everything count ______ 645 a Ar. Cleveland, Bill ---__________________ i 93) pl!___

    t In money. To succeed, get ahead. ==- 530 P IJv. Lexington, So. Ry-----..--..__._-_._--___.__._At. a:==
    j You can't get ahead if you go into V _______ 810 pAr, Louisville, 80. --.________.__________-,-. 1104-i al--_
    t financial ventures Indiscriminately- _______ 1 S2 a AI' St. Louis So. Ry---_______________--____ -Lv. p''.____

    ' ;.- gaining today, losing tomorrow. You Xos.13 and 14-"The Florida Limited." Daily Solid Vestibule Train. Through Day
    must'"gain-always." Of his only son, Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville an4 Cincinnati.

    I H. II., Jr., Mr. Rogers says. "I am not ,

    teaching him to make money, but bow No. 5 :\0.13 Between Jacksonville and xanaaa C1t7. Su. 14 r No. d

    ; 'to take care of It." == 745 p Lv.Jaeksonville Fla. So. I/y__.-------___.____ I 'ii"a __ f
    Now aged sixty-five, Mr. Rogers left HENRY H. ROGERS. _u____ 520& Ar. Atlanta, G&. So. Ry----------____Lv. ::1150 p ____
    school before he was sixteen and went- _______ 1145 a Ar. Birmingham. \Ia., __ ____ ____Lv 313 p l_..._
    to work In the Union grocery storeln certain amount. Later when he drove ----- 805 Ar.MemphisTenn? ..:--......__._.._..Lv. 815a ___._.
    his native town; Fairhaven, Mass. He the delivery wagon he vowed he would wonder son attacks his friends are "wearing say that him the down"Law- _______ 940 PI Ar. Kansas City Mo? Frisco.------____.______ __Lv. i 631) p1.-.___
    '} was paid a dollar a week and "found." not get his hair cut until his wages and that he shows "outward signs of Nos. 13 and 14-"The Florida Limited." Daily.

    He took the Job because It was the ire raised. He kept the vow going the strain on his nerves." He Is not EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE.

    : first that offered and because be for weeks with his hair hanging over now the personification of health he J. C.LUSH District Passenger Agent, los Welt Bay Street,JiKLIODyUJe.

    wasn't lazy. Later he drove the gro- his collar. his C.H.ACKERT.G.M. W.U.
    used to be. Recently he came to TAYWE.G. P.A.
    eery delivery wagon at $3 a week, also He Is more fond of the more humorous office then S. II. HARDWICK.P.T. M. BROOKS
    4 only one day In six, only MORGAy. G. I'..'.
    "found." In 1858 he went into business of "Mark Twain's" stories than of ,
    for an hour. Ills physician plead* ---
    \ far himself as a newsboy. In 1861 any other books. On his steam yacht THE
    with him to take the long vacation he
    be became a baggage master on a New Kanawha: with Mark Twain among has postponed for years. -
    England road at $1.16 a day. As an the guests, )Ir. Rogers pointed to an The Motor

    , < Independent news' "merchant" and as, ocean liner, saying, "There he goes," Drives to Mother's Grave Once a Week. :

    .\ baggage master he saved $200. With emphasizing "he." "Thought a boat Once a week in Fairhaven he drivesto

    a that money he left Fairhaven to make was a she," replied Twain. "But that'sa the grave of the mother he so loved.In .

    his way further in the world. With mall steamer," retorted Rogers.In that mother's oottago in Fairhavenhe
    \ Charles Ellis, a school friend he went the days when he was poor, In the .
    ' \to the oil fields: of Pennsylvania and oil fields with his friend Ellis Rogers put a long cli ;tanc'e telephone. Then I. jJotesJr i
    i- every morning in his New York office
    opened an office for the buying and said "Charlie some day I want to be he
    dropped the whole battle of dollarsto
    worth hundred "
    selling of oil on commission. "You attend a dollars. "
    to the office, I'll learn oil" he Not long ago Mr. Rogers built at the 'telephone mother. Near hergravehe -

    said to 'Ellis. And in overalls as a Fairhaven of his youth, the town he lie has has built seldom his own been last palace. It stands alone tor eflleieuejand

    by-the-day hand he labored first at a still dearly loves, the Mlllicent library, interviewed. A strength.It .
    besieging army of reporters waited
    well then In a refinery. Next he entered costing a hundred thousand dollars.It .
    the o&Vt of Charles Pratt & Co., was in memory of his daughter forlorn the other day without his office has plenty of metal and it is

    oil refiners, Xew York as a clerk and Milllcent Then he endowed the library his.walls. "Mr. Rogers is too busy," said where it does the most good.It .
    secretary, a woman who receivesa
    ' bookkeeper at $S a week. Soon be became with a hundred thousand dollar bank is perfect in
    president's design and workmanship.
    salary. Just thena -
    fund. Finally he to that
    '- a member of the firm. When gave same
    v waiter came with a tray bearing the .
    Pratt & Co. began the manufacture of Institution the'city waterworks, which oil

    kerosene by the then new patents he owned, the income to be used for can king's see modest Mr. luncheon. "Surelywe .},' Everything means something.
    the additional support of the library.He Rogers now-be's only Send
    Rogers' ascent to fortune began. &' $- for eatalogue.Bridgeport .
    eating said the R4
    ** army. "But. the
    gives his residence address always
    't A Minuteman Who Gets There "Fast" "Falrha ven. Mass." There in his mansion secretary" replied "he works while he

    . He often speaks of_the answer General in the town of his early struggles, eats. Bridgeport Mao iiie & Motor co.
    Forrest gave when asked why he he spends as much time as he can. He O.a.STOD.A. : ,

    f' always won his battles. "I get there has made It the model town of New Kind Yon Bout

    t s fust" That Is one of Mr. Rogenf England, paying the entire cost not Ifcuh-III rL: ;; S Bridgeport, Conn.

    d dominant characteristics, getting therefust" only of the library, but also of a fine ,
    - t He'a a minuteman. For the atone ,church an Imposing town nail I F. N, HITCHCOCK ft CO., AKtati, Titnillc.Florida. #'

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    ;;COMMERCIAL bad.' ,1326,000' after paying 'treuUrr.i11''iB: : ="\. ::_
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    ;} ; 0' divldends-'on: common stock and. $180r, :.1 J:
    ', 000 on' preferred ''stock- This corn'1':."<.
    Bad Year'For.Snip'Trust '
    pUy Ia ,at 9000.000 to "'
    capitalized, .
    r"' vThe_ report of the International Metreantile ::'ft--
    manufacture chewing "'! __
    'Marine""company, known the ; gum.'t. "AMitchell =. ."

    E Iw. ; ship;tl S ;'cOwi1ng the'second i'm'ofIts Says, Ask Mare.In :' "" '": .'. ):

    :f : : (operations,' was'.publlsbed. July f 18. .I .addresses, .Scranton last," week : : :
    It discloses a John Mitchell of the United Mine Work- ;'t." ..
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    v ?a f I(L r r4" 2Qt= o S deficit'of$1,1-12- era said that'wages do not standstill; j R ".

    ,., rv.t .. 097 'as ,compared *, that they either go' higher. or lower .:: .:# ..,.
    with the and ,that It\ is:best for the miners to ;,

    'k first year's r: strive for, ,more'pay and better/condl-. .

    or tions being ver.satisfied with exist-. a
    .- ;: 'r ... ,. : plus $1,797- -
    nvp 'i Cw Y ::?:r k ::1J ; a..r: ;.. J97. Ittis explained tag conditions. He added,-" get '
    : ': fir the a 20. per cent. Increase .tomorrow, ,I _
    .. .. that -
    _;; .tf '. ;J --:., -L'i!;( "' ""' '' i :'7:.>.r \ a t',would have you.ask for more," At a.
    Itt Mime it orMr..'Hays : else 11ir"r The 'ease ;the ,extreme depression ;
    "P -'; "; I- .< 1 as no one ,;was brought:by:; convention held there; a resolution of
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    t'ZfJ'c: ,LI'p ( 'A L'ii will;bane a ,chanof of. getting at the Hartford, Fire ''Insurance company to in freight demands ls '
    __. ,, .. !. business and < was adopted calling for an
    : .r < figures. Mr:,:Hays was professor of testy the rate .fixing .and penalty |i .
    .:. . eight hour day, weighing of coal, uniform -
    i t" agriculture In the i of clauses the the, passengerrate
    T" University- 'Minnesota : ,, as law prohibits fire In. rate, anlfocm scale for rock, '
    ;.H ofesr;,Not Removed for fifteen and is war,are responsible
    companies from business
    expert surance
    years; an. doing water I
    slate and all dead work and
    an ,
    k-;;.11MJNew,. : .York'. 'state.. legislature ,m i1ant.breeding.Secretary Iri Arkansas. The fine of $5,000 ,fox '
    \ arid
    b' between the operators- .
    'J: agreement >
    tot.-:: ,>.JDly'20:76: to"6T in favor of ra- Root Sworn-In. is': Imposed for each day's' business In this:'poor showing '

    ..-;:.""" -;oYing.t' .. W&rreD'., .' "" B. .Hooker as.justice Elihu.Root took_the .oath of office as' violation of the law, and penalties ag'gregatlng and Presi- miners. .. ;
    .. of the state supreme more than 1350,000 have .deniJsmay says .
    t. ti- secretary. ofstate, July;'19. SecretaryRoot' < the
    ;i ,,, court on 'returned to New York, not ex- been piled up against the Hartford President- Dismay. that outlook I RELIGIOUS I : "
    ;:; ;:f chargesof corrupt iwcting" 'return Fire, Insurance company.' An effort for this,:year Is \
    to E.
    ;1f>:';. and unbecomingeonduct.- T. Babcock;''who' "has untll8eptember.been secretary Jo wiH nowbe: made to get into York more favorable.Produce Exchange Reports showed.of.the New that Irish Sectarianism Wanes. 4

    .,.\."c, (. <.As .It required. the:secretary.,of,tate under Sherman; federal-,,," .courts.. the exports, oe,. wheat' corn and,'oats The Issuance of a .manifesto by a '

    ",'i; J' a majority' of Day: and..Hay;is retained by Root. Disputes_Ziegler's Will. had decreased 141.918.9i3 bushels from section of Ulster Orlngemen'appeallrg

    >-",,, ; ..,.' I ..twothirdsor, Shonts and Stevens Sail. E. Matiillda Ziegler, .widow. ot the, the record'of 1903. As to the ,war-in for the subordination religious dif i,
    s-.'-.r".r"";.""O: ...'"">:'. 100 votes- for Theodore P. Shouts, chairman of the late-William Ziegler, who left tie bulk passenger rates,It is admitted that no ferences and the union of Catholics and .'
    .ii":''''ii Jt'w 1r:- removal, the a<>, Panama canal commission; John of his great fortune made. in the bakIng permanent agreement has been reached.' Protestants for the promotion of the

    !"' '!;J .,1; cured justicewillbe Stevens, chief, engineer/ and Messrs.Nazrb powder business, to his' adopted The trust has 131 steamships in serv- country's welfare shows that the day '

    ""g; :," .':.1 tR '" allowed- and Moffettv'the welfare work- son" William, ,has brought action to'have ice: of rabid<< sectarianism Is':on the wanein

    'A. .. ,. ,sailed from New York 20 the validity of the will, deter- Ireland.. '
    i' to 'remain on ers, July on A New Equitable Policy.It .
    r4" ,
    mined. The contains the
    ,": tlt4, the bench. Of the Mexico for Colon. Mr. Shonts will The Golden ,Rule at Issue.
    is announced that the reorganized ,'
    "" usual allegation that the testator was ,
    ; time *
    {.t'. ,, .: those. against removal return in to report on.the present not Jn sound mind at the time of sIgn- Equitable Life Assurance ,society has The Baptist Examiner again comes a;
    << ; 'conditions
    to board
    ''ff .i Y 'y ,.58 the. advisory In defense of Mr. in its
    { i--u.'i wereRepublicans ing the will.' The widow received an adopted a new form of policy to check to the Rockefeller
    1 Warren'B.-Hooker. September.
    j 4 ; Mr. Shouts said it was not income of $50,000 a year'besldes both the growth of 'a surplus. It will be a comment on Miss Tarbell's reply to

    1z>; )t .not'one .claimed. that the charges yet decided what.kind of a canal they the New .Yor.k and Connecticut homes. modified nonparticipating policy with ,Virgil P. Kline \'
    ": ,,,, .' Hooker would build; would take ten or
    -l gaI : .were untrue. They, more liberal terms for holders and In regard to the -
    !' ;) "tookTtbe- twelve for a" sea level, and five1 House Burners,. Organized: .
    ground that years '
    charges bad
    --. .the agents. An effort will be made to put Corrigan case.
    :t ij\; : ':not- been proved. legally and thatSookerwas years for a lock canal. Before sailing The confession of Samuel Levine, this out, in; place of the deferred dividend -_: The Examiner ,_
    Mr: Stevens said he expected to make who was arrested at New Ybrk last '
    no worse: than many oth- form which enabled the Equitableto i thinks she does
    "; ; "'- 7 And* should'not be singled out for Panama his home. until the canal was week for attempting to set. fire to a roll up its enormous surplus. not Jt.dge Rock- ;

    -q.. punishment completed. tenement, house and who subsequently There has been much efeller by the I
    .I -i tried to commit suicide by Jumpingfrom I
    , 'ti = lfWould Arrest Gang ,Leaders; Consular Magazine Out. about the source of the society's standIng Golden Rule as .
    the fifth window of
    t.J'; jt Qpon'retiringtas':counsel for Mayor Following the suggestion of the president headquarters reveals story to the authoritiesan police loan of $685,000 from the Mercantile .she claims, for '

    Y pc,t'Weaver: of Philadelphia Elihu Root Secretary Metcalf of the depart- Trust company which the superin- the Golden Rule ; 1

    t. ft gave his opinion in writitg that it was ment of commerce and labor has burn organized houses gang for of small firebugs bribe., readyto The tendent of insurance confessed he was 11 ,.. "does not mean .lJA:,
    a '
    : -the, duty.of the mayor, In view of DIs-, caused to be published the "Daily Con- : presumed object of those employingthe unable to explain. The suspicion prevailed ,'" that you, should 1;

    ,l; :: trlctAttorney:: Bell's refusal to proceed sular and,Trade Reports" as a magazine -! gang is to secure the fire insurance that this loan covered expenditures allow yourself. l 1

    > vg l with prosecutions'against a number of of commercial information, Insteadof which the officers of the societydid I'" .. .... ; ,,' to be overreached f{ '

    $twwerful and Important.persons In the the chance consular reports hereto- money. not wish to appear on the books. .... .-. :y'\; and defraud3&Z8&f -
    i .
    gtr;city* to bring, the facts to the knowledge fore'published.. The l1rst'Issue of this Slave Girl Held For Murder. For refusing 'to furnish Information **& 'ed. The cbrl9- ..

    Jilk'"f ,'of 'the officer who is elected to new dally magazine appeared July 17. The case of Berthe Clalche, the regarding this blind loan Thomas D. 't. .? :"- # tlan law of life ;ti-

    'i -"' prosecute crimes.. Mr.. Boot advises It contains, information from special French girl who had her master arrested Jordan, comptroller of the society was .pr. does indeed re- .!. ;

    'ifipthe law 'permits the'mayor to agents and newspaper writers and hasa In New York and then shot him summarily removed from office by Ida M. Tarbell.Quire the 'relief

    dal. ,. prosecute the point where the I regular editorial page. By having the while in the hands of the police is.attracting Chairman Morton. The loan stood In of bodily distress [.' ,

    ir.:{.d' return of the committing,'given matter printed on both sides of the an unusual. amount of atten- the names of Jordan and Alexander such as hunger and thirst, but ;s

    'Iaper' 1.500 reams of are savedin tion. At the coroner's inquest over the it does not weak submission to
    . n: ., Into the hands of the district ( paper until a few days ago, when the state demand

    %r attorney. one year.. The new.,paper. will be body of. the dead man, Gerdron it authorities ordered that it be.taken up wholesale robbery." t'''\>

    {?: 'In this connection, the great attor- edited by Major John M. Carson' the was shown that the young woman had by the society. Mr. Jordan is to be sue, Bible Study In Shops. ,...

    'f s.1'-;'" ney'and secretary. of state who Is former Washington correspondent. been enticed from her home in Franceon ceeded by William A. Day who was Frank W. Ober in the Congregationalist i j

    4'f1 '.. ::now a national leader In the RepubUcaD. President Denounces Holmes a promise of marriage and then auditor of the treasury under Cleve- says that "half a million men 'J';

    ,. ... party says that crimes committed In a letter to Attorney General Moody I brought to New York to support her land and has served as assistant attor- have attended the shop classes and \;
    by men who'have political President Roosevelt master by a life of shame. Witnessesalso ney general under RooSevelt. Attorney of the
    power dated July 12, meetings Young :Men's Christian > :.
    are:)often' sheltered behind official In- hoped that every effort would be madeto testified that Gerdron had threatened General Mayer of New York has decided association in the past year." Meetings tt'

    -difference and inactivity and some one bring to justice Edwin S. Holmes the girl's life. Nevertheless she to bring suit against the old are held at all hours ranging from '-f

    I? has then to do more than his duty to the dismissed official of the statisti was held and later was indicted for board of directors to compel an ac 4 In the morning until midnight. A :;

    .W ;'secure justice adding that "there cian's bureau for connection with the murder the first degree. When ar counting.It course of fifty-two lessons on the life .....

    ;r '>tmore, at stake here than the mere cotton report scandals and took strong raigned she made the plea of. not was discovered later that this of Christ is generally used. .

    :f.'"' '." punishment of Isolated offences There ground by saying "The man is, In my guilty. $685,000 loan had been taken up with- J tr

    't =; is the question whether your city shall judgment a far greater scoundrel thanif out the Equitable society having taken -LOW RATES- .;,

    Ji. '. .': 'continue to be governed by criminals he had stolen'money. from the government I MISCELLANEOUSSale I any action whatsoever. -FOR- vi' .

    , ., fe / (shall take Its place on the list off as he used the government Chinese Boycott Begins. ."'"'

    American,cities capable of honest self money to deceive outsiders and to American consuls in China reportedthe SPECIAL OCCASIONSVIA :

    ';.'.'V't "'- government".- In conclusion he expresses make money for himself and others." of Juliet's House. beginning of the boycott against S J:

    ': ''if his desire "that the city of Attorney General Moody replied that The city of Verona has secured possession American goods in five ports July 19-

    ;'-'. !- :Philadelphia, whose history and good the case was receiving Immediate at- of the house In which Juliet's namely. Shanghai Canton Tientsin. SOUTHERN RAILWAYTwo f

    :# sews are so dear to every American. tention. Mr. Holmes has taken legal original is believed to have lived payIng Hankow and Newchwang. No serious Trains Daily East Leave Jack
    ';'' ., shall'be purged from the, stain which when the house sonville
    advice. $2,900 recently was difficulty was anticipated except in 9:10 a. m., 7:55 p. m.

    .T.:: :a .
    :d' 'masquerading under the name" of Republicans was understood that President Accidents.. strong. 'f'f On sale daily; limited Oct 31,
    J" has put upon her. 1903.
    ;, Roosevelt had decided to appoint LouisA. The accident bulletin of the Inter- Big Demand For Gteel Rails.

    I' 1;. The mayor was preparing to act ac- Coolidge the well known Washington state commission for the first quarter The steel trust has recently received (16 I 76 Bar Harbor, :Maine, and re
    when a serious accident occurred If.
    ; :1'eordlnglr '
    ; correspondent and head of the Republican of the year shows that 28 passengersand I turn. On sale daily; limited
    ,." 4 to District Attorney Bell whose orders for steel rails and bridge steel Oct. 31 1900.
    ::.: leg was broken in the fall of an elevator literary bureau to succeed 204 employees were killed while sufficient to keep' all its mills busy! the
    William B. Ridgley"as comptroller of 1,168 and 2,082 employeeswere Buffalo N. Y., and return.
    passengers 80
    v In the Land Title, building. rest of this year. This indicates a large $ lJ.
    Tickets sale 8
    on July 9.10.1im-
    the currency. injured. The total number of accidents -
    increase In the current of
    Gordon said that no arrests year's output
    _ ;' Judge ited July 15th. Can be extended to Aug.
    .' '.;' 'would be made for several weeks as it Body of Paul Jones Here. was 1,187 collisions and 1,321 steel products. Similarly an Increase In 4, 1905

    '. ,'u their desire to have Mr. Bell's ac- Admiral Slgsbee's fleet arrived off derailments. resulting in $2,449,248 the sales of pig iron Is noticed by. the RI I Saratoga Springs N. Y., and ,:
    damages.An 10
    ,:;,.:, r the' co-operatlon. It was pointed out the Chesapeake capes July 22 bearing Professor Iron Age Review of Cleveland. $U'f. return. On sale daily; limited

    , .7':;; that this would cause no loss of advan- the body of Paul Jones to this country aeroplane designed by P. R. R. In the Rate War. Oct. 31, 1903.
    at Santa Cat.while
    k Montgomery Clara ,
    t ? ,'-., laze,.as In any event the cases could from France. The north Atlantic battleship being tested. July 18. became unmanageable The Pennsylvania railroad put Into $Q7 (00 Washington, D. c., and return.
    / >> ofbe tried until fall squadron. In two divisions under DU1 Limited Oct. .
    :: at a height of 2,000 feet effect July 21 a sixteen dollar first 31,1905.Two
    : 'Julten Davies, head of the New Admirals Evans,and'Davis. wentto
    :-l T. and fell to the ground causing the class and fifteen dollar second class Trains Dally West,Leave Jacksonville
    :.. -'. York: firm of Davies, Stone & Auer- sea to meet the fleet bearing the death of Maloney, the aeronaut.At passenger rate from Chicago to New at 7:45 p. m., and 7:55 p. m.
    ;:-:, 'bach, on recommendation of Mr. Root body and the combined fleets formed York and It was expected that the B.
    .l :las'.been retained to act as assistant an escort to Annapolis where the In- 10:13 a. m., July 21, the boilersof and 0. and other eastern roads would ?16| ,fin;) Knoxville Tenn., and return. j
    the United States gunboat Benning- $
    : to take full Tickets on gale 8, 9i 15i 1905i _
    .' Gordon for Mayor terment was place'with July :
    counsel with Judge follow suit. This is under the
    ;:< '- ton. at anchor In the harbor of San $2 rate limited 15 days Extension by deposit
    , naval honors.
    ; : Weaver. A point In the campaign
    .' new Diego, Cal. burst, causing the death of made by the Michigan Central recently. until Sept. 30, 1905. .
    ?;\ r $f reform was the arrest of five election Ensign Perry and thirty-nine seamen Another Devlin Bank Wreck.
    with fraud on LEW-CRIMINAL 99 40 Louisville Ky., and return.
    >iJ'i._ ofUcers charged I I and the known injury of seventysixmen The City National bank of Kansas ? 1 Tickets on sale July 2'-J.30, limited f
    : of the committee of seventy.
    -complaint while twenty-one others were City Mo., was closed July 20 by the August 10th 1905.I .
    :l ;: ''TJ1e officersare charged with missing. The vessel was beached to comptroller of the because of
    : boxes and falsifying returns. Hearst's Editor Prosecuted. currency I Pi 0.1 Monteagle! Tenn., .and return,
    : ;: iJ. ,ballot, On complaint of Comptroller Grout of avoid sinking. the loans to C. J. Devlin of Topeka. wbo QWM July H, 1<>.17. Aug. -', 6, 7. Limit

    '.',J,, .' 8Ute to Investigate Insurance. I Deaths. recently failed. An)!. 31, 1905. Extension Oct. 31, 1901)
    = t New York city action for libel was
    ;,"; : ,On recommendation of Governor brought against the American and Major General Napoleon J. T. Dana Off Chiea go, III.) and return. On :
    ;, to the extra session of the sale Limit Oct.
    ; Higglns 31 1905.
    sit daily.
    Evening Journal died at Portsmouth N. H., July 15, I LABOR I
    \- New York legislature it was decided ': the Hearst aged dgbty-three. Q92 j Hot Spring! Ark., and return.
    ;j. to Appoint a Joint legislative'commlt- c,-,.- On sale 18 1-15
    < '; papers in that General J. W. W. Blackmar com- July Aug. fept.:
    :::r :ttee to Investigate the operations of life city and at the mander In chief of the Grand Army of Teamsters' Strike Ended. 5 19; limit 60 days; extension for 90 days.

    Vii..:' Insurance companies and especially the same time a the Republic died at Boise, Ida., July The Chicago teamsters' strike was Dining Cars. Service a la Carte. 3

    te--., 'Equitable.; This committee will 'con- 4 criminal action 16, while on a tour of the various departments declared off officially at midnight July reservations
    Kelly and Sleeping car and detailed
    *Lrt of Senators Armstrong 20 after the store drivers
    'against Arthur of the organization. His department
    information furnished
    px1Riordan upon(
    .. ,and five assemblymen.EXECUTIVE the and railway express drivers had voted
    -" ,, Brisbane, home was in Boston. application. Passenger office 108 Vest

    < I chief editorial Gustav. Schurman bugler for Gen- against prolonging the struggle. No' Bay street Telephone .. .
    f.J : I writer for they eral Phil Kearny In the civil war ani conditions were attached, and the men
    J. C. >K, Dist. Pas.; .Apt.,
    .I Evening Journal playmate of Tad Lincoln died at New are scrambling to get to work. Jacksonville, Fia. ..

    : on account York July 19. lie was known as "the Foreign Commerce Enormous. '.!
    ;if;::.>' 'ffyde.Out Hays In Charge. i: of recent articles youngest civil war veteran. The bureau of statistics finds that a.A.l9TORIA. .

    .Tfr' n-.* Secretary' of Agriculture Wilson accepted reflectingon the foreign commerce of the United Sean the Ire Klld You I'Ja'l"nuglt

    : ,:, .,, the resignation of.John Hyde. : on the integrityof Rheumatism. States for the fiscal year ended June Sigu.tue 111.IIP .
    , !: ,; July 18. In his letter ;
    \ ,chief statistician the comptroller 30 was the largest on record for both of .. ? !t.
    >1 :, 'Mr. Hyde points to his record of 1 In connection When pains or irritation exist on any exports and imports. The total value # !d f
    :. but .t: the of Bal- n
    vindication in five investigations with the part of the body, application was $2,635,976,333 or an Increase of
    the fight made upon him has lard's Snow Liniment gives prompt re- HOLLISTEfVS /-1
    : that
    : ; ays of a The 1,117-
    -' purchtse 1184,053,691. Import were
    ' health and that he does Arthur Brisbane. lief. E. \V. Sullivan, proprietor Sullivan Mountain Tea
    '{ !. told his Rocky Nuggets I ;
    upon theater
    Brooklyn 507.500 and the exports passed the
    : is worth the House El Reno, 0. T., writes June 6, .
    -i\\\ : .. not think the position property by the city. The hear- 1902: "I take pleasure in recommending billion and a half mark. In spite of a A Eaiy-Meditia for Btuy People.

    :' -:'\0aatrl1lce.. ing of the case was put .over until Ballard's Snow Liniment to all who are decline of $41,000,000 In cereal exports. Brings Goldn Health and Renewed Vigor.
    : suggestion of PresidentBoosevett. A specific for Constipation, Indigestion! Live '
    ll: On the 14.Arkansas. afflicted with rheumatism. It is the only
    Wilson placed Gum Trust Prosperous. and Kidney Troub;ec Pimp'''!!. Ee/emi. Impure
    {: Secretary Antitrust Law Valid remedv I have found that gives immediate Blood Bad Breath. !Slueish BoweU Headache i
    J "_. 'Assistant Secretary Wlllet N. Hays In relief." 25c., fiOc. and $1 00. Sold At the annual meeting if the American and Backache. It's Rocky M unUia Tea in tab T

    ..., -durge of the statistical bureau with' The supreme court of Arkansas has by Red Cross Pharmacy and Eau Gallie ChIcle eompany In Jersey City HOLUSTER let form. 35 Pat'o cents COXPAST a box., Malison Gcouinn,WIs.made by

    $:{> .: TOltmlted authority. Wilson'says that sustained the antitrust law enacted' by Pharmacy Eau Gallic Fla. the old offlctn were re-elected and no GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLQW PEOPLE

    l \ ,-hereafter .:..all ,charges must be aimedFIL' the. legislature- two- Judges- .- -, dissent- rePort wo mate public. Jt waa un- 4


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    'f i- :. mart,be clearly npdenrtood that neither the decision had. been in favor.., 'of tbe on- Where there are ix:mosquitoes .oft .. ,,:

    .-. .To STAB'nor,it* editor-UwepoMiWe.. for. stitutionajity of the' law(-, it is very probable Stegomyia species.there can be"no yellow : .:- ","_.

    JJl :opinion! czpnewd by comflPOlUleDtL; .that the attorneys for Patterson wo ld fever believed by practically medical I

    t Municipal ownenhip will never amoun have taken'theca- e to. the .higheetcourt, authorities now..
    Dr.. Carlos Finlay advanced tbe-
    in the land. theory
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    4 to an ything oays 'an_ exchangeonUl S.V V
    ;'. becomes.,something more: than 'a 1 catch The grounds set forth in the applicationfor that the mosquito conveyed! the unknown'I I .

    : :;phrase with. 'politicians.If ;>> (writ of habeas corpus: when the cause of yellow fever; but he did not succeed 'I
    _" ,'- beForeVJd Call in demonstrating that he was cor
    J".J": ; : .. case came were seven _

    t .- Albert I T.:Patrick:"ever,gets oat of thgl1t"J number,. butJudge,Call only declared reeL The proving of the theory was left : t 4t S

    clutches, 'of the'-New,:York law ,he will be that one of them 'was well taken,'and to Maj.Walter Reed and his associates in V Larger. )

    .- .counted as one of the greatest(crimina l that'was the one reading as follows: Cuba during the American occupation.From .
    ? Acetylene the light of the future. It
    Because section '7 of the act'not only Gen. Wood, then governor of Cuba, I II t j
    S- "-i... lawyers: owing to.indomitable. determination i. has past the experimental stage. Over .
    :!'!- .1'(', i' Y in beating the-, death sentence.. gives to certain portion colored people, I I permission' was obtained to experimenton &L 100,000 generators in use in the United* .

    ,'.'f24)"" ..':' .. to.wit. colored, .nurses having the care of I soldiers who volunteered for the L if' 1 JV j States. Cheaper than coal gas, electricity .

    }::S ', An old-faahioned duel was f'ought.'at white children, and colored servants in work, and these men in a perfectly ,T or kerosene. Every generator guaranteed : 'i
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    i to work satisfactory. Use for heating ,..
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    5j5\:: { :' i Sanderson, a.small town in Baker.county, charge of sick white people, rights and screened house were exposed to the disease cooking and illumination. 0

    . '::::' ., !;. on the Seaboard Air Line railway, Saturday -I immunities denied to, other colored people in various ways. Physicians, officers I E. 'W. AMDENOatoxn ...

    t Wi S : and ,as 'a .result. J.:L. Greene and I contrary to the fourteenth amendment and men,'who. had volunteered for 'C .Agent for the East Coast, -";::i

    { t : Edward }McCree are both deadfrom. ; pistol I of the constitution of the United the work. allowed themselves to be bit- Circulars and price list on application. .

    ...;" .' wounds. States America, but, also renders *Saidlawepecial ten by mosquitoes, which had become infected .. .t>
    , 3. : and had the fever. Dr.' .
    : and not general, contrary. to yellow i THE .
    : The dredging.operations; rriedIf section 20, article 3, of the constitution of- Lazear, for :whom camp Laze..r was
    "S'- : on by the Model Land company,between the etate of Florida. named, and others died as a result of the i 'I HASBROUCKf fMOTOR.

    : -:: -:', Lantana and.Deerfield on the east coast, Holding that section 7 of the law was disease. J \

    ./'- will' completed. "in November.. When unconstitutional, Judge Call ordered the But the theory was demonstrated so HON. M. C. BUTLER + .

    <.C-' '. .', finished several thousand acres of rich release of Patterson. that now it is an accepted fact that the J Hx-United States Senator From South* S "'

    : S S : land will be available alone transmits the disease. ,. Caroline.V. _'I STARTS EASIER, RUNS STEADIER ..
    , i : : ': muck for cultiva S Acting under the provisions of an act mosquito I. SSSSSt SI pSiUSi. GIVES GREATER EFFICIENCYand

    tion.' of the legislature of 1901, County Solicitor [Contact with the disease or with bed Senator M. C. Butler from .
    : ;,5" __ __ Ex.U- -. '
    S ,S -: W.'J. Bryan appealed the case to,the supreme clothing on which patients bad died did Carolina, wa? Senator from uses LESS GASOLINE per horse

    I(.. G. C. Matt ams, Charles B. Kendall, court. Last Friday the case was not result in the experimenters contracting that state for two term,;. In a recent power than any other engine made.

    , S ", W. H.'Da Camara, E. A. Walker and C. argued and submitted by AttorneyGeneral it. letter Washington, D. C., he says: Commercial We continually sizes 8 to demonstrate 300 horse this. )
    S.M. Merrill, all of West Palm Beach, are "/can Kcommtnd Peruaa for dys- .
    W. H. Ellis and County Solicitor Special Light High Speed sizes from
    , >,"t' -t e. making application to Gov. Broward for Bryan representing the state, and Wet. Fraud Expo ed. pepsla and stomach triable. I have 20 to 260 horse power.Benj .;,?'1"
    been using your medicine for a short h""
    ':, A few counterfeiters have lately been ;
    fl.. S letters patent, incorporating the Tropical more & Purcell, representing Patterson. making and trying to sell imitations of period and I feel very much relieved. W. Jerome >
    '; :/ S Sun Publishing :company, with a capital. The supreme court took the matter under Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption It Is Indeed a wonderful medicine besides ", ..

    >: : stock $20,000.; ; advisement sod announced its decision Coughs and Colds and other med. a good tonic."-M. C. Butler. STATE AGEST

    "". (' '9 icines, thereby defrauding the public. Toruna, Is not simply a remedy for
    :SS :: THE GEORGIA,TKAGEDY. Saturday. This is to warn yon to beware of such dy'pt psia.. Poruna is a catarrh remedy. WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA.
    Several members of the city council of 1M ople, who seek t() profit; through stealing Peruna cures dyspepsia because it is

    ti __. J. G. Rawlinga and :bis eons Milton Facksonyille, have .declared that if the the reputation of remedies which generally dependent upon catarrh of the Also State Agent for S

    .. Jesse and Leonard 1 i and the negro. All!. supreme court should hold that the lawis have been successfully curing diseases for stomach.

    If;:;: :;' Moore, have" been found guilty of the unconstitutional; the city council will over ie oar.35 name years.on A the sure Look, to you fort If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory HEW LONDON MOTOR COHPIIT'S

    ;. "., murder the Carter children. Their arrest pass an ordinance requiring the sepsis- on all Dr. King's or Bucklen's remedies results from the use of Peruna, TWO-CYCLE MOTORS, '

    ; ,.: and trial, followed quickly the discovery tion of the races that will: comply with as all others are mere imitations. write at once to Dr. Hartman giving a

    .I(; ": : of their crime. the constitution.Sick H. E Bucklen & Co., Chicago Ill., and "ill statement of your case and.he will 3 to 12 h. p. jump spark, aP-I..d.1e. J

    ; ;., It wasn't difficult to find evidence that Windsor Canada. Sold by Red Cross be pleased to give you his valuable ad-

    : '.:, 'warranted! their arrest, and. after their headacheresults from a disordered Pharmacy. I ne gratis.
    ; : S condition of the stomach and is quickly Atldress Dr. Hartman, President of J. L. MOBLEY
    j > arrest plenty evidence was forthcoming Public Opinion says that not five men ,
    cured by Chamberlain's Stomach and "Jman Sanitarium Columbus, (XFoigon .
    .'Ir :': to justify their conviction. The evidence Liver Tablets. For sale by Red Cross in fifty who bet on a horse race win. If TITUSVILLE, FLA., '

    ,. r'\, ,against them was not wholly circumstan Pharmacy. this were not so the bookmakers' couldn't In Food. Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kal- j

    ; tial. The confession of Alf Moore, the live, for their expenses are heavy. Perhaps you don't realize that many somining. Staining Finishing! and Panel

    S negro, was direct evidence, and the evidence When Kansas christens a battleship we pain poisons originate in your food, but Hanging, at the-most reasonable price

    i'f.'. that the Carters crave was direct, yearn to know what has become of her, Deafness Cannot Be Cured some day you may feel a twinge of dyspepsia consistent with good workmanship.

    : i., S and there'was a great deal of circumstantial Woman with the Hatchet. Must ourjnew By local applications,as they cannot reach the that will convince you. Dr. King's
    diseased portion of the ear. There is only one New Life Pilla are guaranteed to cure all Work anywhere on the East Coast
    evidence to sustain, their state navy carry the breath of rum? way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional sickness due to poisons of undigestedfood

    S ments. Grave Troubles_Foreseen.It remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed or money back. 25c. at Red Cross Specially solicited. Let me know what '-.; :
    condition of the of the
    There is no feeling of sympathy for J. eustachian tube. When this mucous tube lining inflamed Pharmacy. Try them. you want and get my estimate on it. .'..
    ; needs but little foresight Jo tell that Prompt attention given to all work.J3V :
    G. the father for the have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
    Rawlings, nor negro stomach and liver you "
    when your are badly and when it is entireJy closed deafne&s is The Georgia legislature has been giving '
    Alf Moore. That the father hired
    affected, grave trouble is ahead unlessou
    the result and unless the inflammation can be I
    ' : the negro to commit the crime and or take the proper medicine,for your taken out and this tube restorcd to its normal the etate railroad commission a hot roast

    '. dered his boys to assist in committing it lisesse, as Mrs. John A. Young, of Clay, condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; We have not heard what the commissiongave
    N. Y., did. She says: "1 had neuralgia. nine cases oat of ten are caused by catarrh, the legislature or the people.AgonfdD& .
    ; : is the general belief. He had harbored a of the liver and stomach, my heart was I II which is nothing but au inflamed condition of f1rLT1BETWEEN j

    ; ; bitter hatred, of Carter and his entire I I weakened, and I could not eat. I was the mucous surfaces. ,
    We will give One Hundred Dollars for any : Barns '.
    bad for time but in Electric
    family for years. very a long ,
    case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that can
    E-- : A crime like that of which Rawlings Bitters I found jnst ,what I needed, for not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for are instantly relieved, and perfectly
    hey quickly relieved and cured me." circulars, free.F. healed by Bucklen's Arnica Salve. C.
    : and his sons have been convicted isn't Best medicine for weak women. Sold J. CHENEY & CO.,Toledo, 0. Rivenbark. Jr., of Norfolk, Va., writes:

    b committed anywhere in.the. civilized under guarantee by Red Cross Pharmacy p" Sold by druggists, 75c. '1 burnt my knee dreadfully, that it .
    Hall's Family Pills the best. blistered all over. Bucklen's Arnica Salve
    : world once in a decade. It is a sort of 1oOc. a bottle. are
    stopped the pain, and healed it without a
    , crime that .characterizes eavagea., Men "
    scar. Also heals all wounds and
    'S kill each other inboth cold and hot blood, The pastors of Baltimore have been The Alpine Cottage 25c. at Red Cross Pharmacy. sores, V

    S : and. men and women kill each other but asked to give place in their pulpits! that ,

    . :: it ia seldom that civilized men become soS hysicians may urge upon the pcop'e Under the management of Mrs. Kate

    ; .- S, hardened that they can deliberately seek measures for exterminating consumption. Myers assisted by F. A. Losley, BOBBINSQRAHAM
    S and death inoffensive
    out shoot to children. A Warning to Mothers.

    Too much care cannot be used with TITUSVILLE, FLA. & YOU AND RUIN .
    _- _- "
    mall children during! the hot weather ofthe CO., by fire stands the perfect protection of ;

    ! : SPECIAL SCHOOL TAX. summer months to guard against Daily or Weekly Board. (Incorporated. Paid Capital $25,000.00.) fire insurance. The flames have no terror

    . Thaqualified registered voters living in bowel trouble>> As a rule it is only nece- House Newly Furnished. up for yon if you carry a policy in a good
    me the child dose of castor oil This owns landsin
    to a
    sary company company.
    . -:: .' school district No. 1, which comprises els
    to correct any disorder of the bowels. Dr First Class. the Indian River Country -
    ii precincts, viz : LaGrange, Titnsville, City not use any substitute, but give the old- Everything ,on the St. Lncie River, THE FEELING of SAFETY

    Point, Merritt, Canaveral and Hanlover. fashioned castor oil, and see that it is at New River, and on Biscayne -
    JS re as
    will have the opportunity on next Tues Location: Hopkins street near Julia. Let write
    tendency to gripe. If this does not check us you a policy today. There
    : day, August 8th, of voting for the assessment the Itoweis give Chamherlain's Colic, PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES is no telling what will happen at any moment -

    of 3 mills special district: school tax Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and thena and it is better to be safe than sorry. ... ;
    The Most Valuable Sit of YacM and E lJt- Send for land list.
    L fcr this and the > of 1 of oil and the disease
    : year, St ssment dpse castor maybe Building Books ever Publiikeif. ...
    : mill special district school tax for next choked in.ita incipiency and all danger OFFICES MORGAN & WALTON,
    avoided. The castor "oil and this S RUDDERHOWTO
    :; : year. remedy should be procured at once and i I TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. TIn--S\"ILU, FLORIDA. .5 "

    4 S For fear that there may he many who kept ready for instant use as soon as the BOOKSOver

    S will overlook the date or may not thoroughly i fir lt indication of any bowel trouble ap- 30-0 toats have been built from the lines EAST COAST MEAT MARKET 1
    _i understand the subject we have pears. This is the most successful treatment printed in th<*e books-Successfully sailed in
    known and t e relied every clime and upon every sea-Full detail a? ;;
    tSS S deemed it best to call attention to the with confidence may > in upon of drawing of all parts, showing what it is and o. F. DOE, Agent, '''. '
    implicit even cases how to make it-Text extremely simple.
    SfrV matter editorially. cholera infantum. For sale by Red Cross
    In view of the fact that the division of HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50
    : 'harmary.
    18 foot KOW titlioat Lar:'.*ay to build.. frame all In aa ; : Florida and txi1 .
    the county leaves us with! nearly: two- weep; good racug boat for a"".1 to the buiined in. : f_

    thirds of the schools and with only a little 50 YEARS' HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK fcnncLtnff ftbont ilboaj
    A fine boat for .terno'e Muling or WesternMeats ."
    EXPERIENCE ; citcr Kiibmmmwtfol-h".Ter built;woup or e* S
    :V more than or ehalf the funds the ,
    rig; full p-aat mnl pk-lniei of completed boats. ,-
    school board thought it would be absolutely
    .- to have the extra 3 mills Most rarinir machine rrer designed; a pri. .S.
    necessary winner in Amecca.Asa and Alktralia; easy to build i fun
    for,one year and 1 mill for the second I4 via WithHOW .

    year in order to keep the schools up to Simple TO and CUlL prarticftl.A ebo.nlf MOTOR how LAUNCH to construct a laond of all' Kinds
    standard mil t or uoe ..lib anmotor.. :b:'veral other pluK.! -
    the present high without shortening
    the term into TRADE MARKS .
    V S :: or going debt. DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS A fine aU aroncd rraUir.2 l.o d; good cabin; exceU>n! TITUSVILLE j
    : The 3 mill special, above referred to, Ac. Jailer i auiuble forabaituw w.t.n. .
    : will raise the sum of, $1664 89 in the district quickly Anyone ascertain sending our a sketch opinion and free description whether may an HOW A derer TO little BUILD wiling ASHOAL-DRAUGHYSLOOP boat,with moderate overhang!ani ..
    inrenUon is probably patentable. Communlea. null sail plan KILLTHI A RUUSH
    e (estimated) after allowing 15 percent lions strictly confidential. Handbook Patent SAVAGESis
    : of taxes not co1ec! .&ble. Over half sent free.* Oldest taken agency through for Hnnn securingipatenta.Patent .t Co.receive. Easy to taild;rrerrtLing straight;jest the craft for a bo: AND CURE THE LUNC8 a novelty. The higher the civilization
    tptfw iit1cc without charge, in the to bexm wnb;cao In built Tel}cae;)pl7,cit act Uoop or cat ri, 1'1\'r the
    of this sum is paid by corporations and i ; number of brushes in use. I i1 i1th

    5; non-resident land owners.With Sckniific flmcrican.A HOW complete TO BUILD description A MODEL of bow to build YACHT a model;also not WITH Judging by the demand here our customers .
    S fluff Bied in sail ng models. Dr.King's have reached high state of refinement .
    the above information before "
    buasomelr tlliutnt weekly. Largest drenlatian Every "
    day sell
    .S them we think the voters will have little year; tour of months any acienuna|L Sold journaL by'U newgdealert.MUNN&Co Terms.$8 a. PRICE $1. EACH of these excellent "e more and more

    hesitation in deciding how they will vote 'xNewYork PREPAID BT EXPRESS ANYWHERE New Discovery 1
    TOOTh lllU'SiiE;;
    at the special election next Tuesday. It Branch Offlce.63 F St.Washington.D.C. Bound in cloth-Cold lettering-Size of pagv 1I.\WlnRtSH f .. J
    9 by U inches-Large, clearly-drawn plans. Price BATh llltSLI U (ete.\
    :- seems patent to us that we need to keep FOR .
    THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. Perhaps the fine quality has had .
    something -
    schools '
    our public\ right ,up to standard Free Trial.
    :5 to do with it
    9 MURRAY STREET NEW You U. s. A -perhaps iu the price.
    i2 and this can only be accomplished and Anyway all
    Barest and auicfcwv Our for purchasers are well pleased
    Send Books all
    festal for Catalogue of for
    still not go into debt by' voting the.specialS Ytckliman's Library. THROAT and LUNa TROUB RED CROSS



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    The,POSTOFFICE safe of the Southern SAFE BOBBED.Express company r rrrr-r- ':;; =; Oollese-7 rrYoung'1 -,=l r&wwwwwwwww Y r

    at Palalka was opened by burglars i

    -t t, between 3 and 4 o'clock Saturday morning THOMASVILLE, GEORGIA, The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co. i
    and to the amount of about
    Culture Elocution and Music
    IiI Physical our Specialties. I
    who .
    $2000 was taken. Young ,
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    deeps in the office, was bound hand and I iuI $15,000 spent this year in building and equipment Steam Heat,Electric Lights,
    ; and his secured. I llJ Gymnasium, Swimming Pool, Good Fare, Climate Unsurpassed. Strong Faculty of MACHINE SHOPS
    the robbers keys
    <. foot by Jill Ten Experienced Teachers fli 6.
    z combination, an .
    v The safe was opened by
    1'' hour being required to effect an entrance i EXPENSES, $209. LIMITED NUMBER of FREE SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE ID <

    by this method. Once opened the cash Session opens Sept.26th, 1905. For free catalogue address m Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS'

    .. drawer was rifled, one of the keys taken 1! I. COCKRANE HUNT, PresidentNOTICE.
    L j
    it. Check
    from Graves .unlocking ,
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    money orders and everything but *he HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS

    .t cash were cast aside. It is supposed the ,

    intruders' entered from the rear, as they '. .

    departed that way after securing their Agricultural Implements

    r loot. It is not learned whether they

    were white or hlscfc! "r whether or not NOTICE is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at public auction SANFORD
    ma..k-d It is i known, how fourth day of September, 1905, in front of the door of the Council Chamber at FLORIDA
    4 they were Titusville, Brevard-County, Florida) or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the
    4.. ever, that their rail was very successfuland amount due for taxes, herein set opposite to the same,together with costs of such sale and ad.
    systematically carried out. The ex vertising: '

    people are mum press company 03
    and will give out no information .a S

    Yw i ti,, subject regarding the matter.Monday OWXER. DESCRIPTION OF LAND g -| a?tQ ri 8 8 L. BRADY & BRO., f

    1 fc S Shboo
    uc -
    c : Graves made a confession S 3 < d* 3

    stating 'that he committed the Unknown__________. Part W i of S E 1, Des. D. Bk. "C," G
    and up the money page 385_ 33 21 35 48 $5.00 We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes'Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
    ,,. / robbery himself gave C.D.Flood--------- All except S W corner to county,Block in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write as for prices on
    ? which amounted to $1,83501. He was! ]0. Rice'add'o to Titusville.- 33 21 35 2.64 Grain aDd all Groceries,delivered at yonr station. E. L. BRADY & BRO.,TITUSVILLE FLA ,
    z' ; ; immediately arraigned before Justice Unknown__________ N I Block 1.Titus add'n to Titnsville- 21 35 1.40
    Unknown_ Lots Sand 9, Block 4, Titus add'n to I
    Rowton and waived examination. His Titusville._ 34 21 35 2.64 I

    is bond was placed at $2,500 and in default T N Decker..--------- E J Lot 2 and W } Lot 3,Block C_____ 3 22 35 5.18 'OF SEA
    Unknown. Part Lots 8, 9 and 10, Des. D.Bk. "L," QUEEN ROUTESTt
    r x sureties he went to jail to await the action ----------- page 260. Block F________________ 32235 2.64

    of the grand jury at the next term of Smith Lyon & Field.... Part Lots 8 and 10. Des D. Bk. "BB,"
    Graves implicates no page 431. Block F________________ 3 22 35 1.70
    the circuit court. Unknown..--.------ W } Lots 2 and 4. Des. D. Bk. "W" '
    one. He is a young man about 21. page 185,W Sab. Div. old Block 3... 3 22 35 453
    E.H.Rice_ Lot 1, being N i of Block '5, Des. D. Merchants & Miners Trans. Co's
    definitely determined Bk. 'Y,* page 316_________________ 3 22 35 1.70
    'it has never yet been E. H.Rice E 1 Lot 2, Block 5r Des. D. Bk. "N,"
    women the average 286________ 3 22 35 5.48
    how many page ---------------- STEAMSHIP LINES
    -3. 'once. Unknown------_--- N 40 ft. Lots 8 and 9, Block 6- 3 22 35 2.34
    .,'; .man can love at Lizzie J.Tucker_------ Lot 10. Block 29.- 3 22 35 1.20 BETWEEN----
    J.T. Davis---- Part of N W J of N W 1, Des. D. Bk.
    Nothing on the Market Equal to Chamberlain's "KK"page 93 or 96_ 3 22 35 2.64

    Diarrhoea Colle,Remedy.Cholera and C. W.Grid's._ Lots toTitusville 5 and 7. Block_A, Fisher's add'n 32233 2.64 SAVANNAH, BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct .

    well known to druggists Moore S i Lot 12, Joyncrville add'n to Titus-
    ; This fact is and nine out often will give Frank ---------- ville-_---_____________________ 3 22 35 1.70 ---- Connections for-
    'eVerywhere, when the N 4 Lot 16 and all Lot 17,Joynerville
    their customer this preparation Mr. Obe Witmer, a Frank Moore----------- add'n to Titnsville_______________._ 3 22 35' 3.21 Washington New York and Boston.
    best is asked for. Moore E J Lot 21 and all Lots 22 and 23, Joy-
    u Frank -- .
    in -------
    Mo., a
    t i prominent druggist of Joplin nerville add'n Titnsville_________ 3 22 35 1.8S
    circular to his customers, says: "Thereis Erring.. Lot 5, Sub. div. Lot 36, Joynerville
    nothing on the market in the> way of Anna -------- add'n to Titusville___________.____ 3 22 35 1.50 Through. tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations .

    ' K. a medicine which equals ChamberEn's Susie Hall----------- Lot I, Sub. div. Lots 38 to 42, Joyner- and cuisine unsurpassed.
    Titnsville 3 22 35
    Diarrhoea yUlea3d'nto
    and -----------
    Colic Cholera SEND FOR BOOKLET.H. .
    ;:' We sell Lot 54Berdell'sadd'ntoTitusville__ 322 35 329
    complaints. JF Brown-----------
    recommend For vn. Harris...-------- Blocks 34, 35 and 36 ex.S 100 it., Blk.
    and this preparation. 36, Des. D. B. "0." page 228. less E C. AVERY, Com'I Agent, Jacksonville.J. ,
    sale by Red Cross Pharmacy..CASTORIA. 11 B. B. Plat Book I, page
    a -;- 4 22 35 4.19 C. WHITNEY 2d V. P. &: T.JL, W.P.TURNER, G. P. A.,

    All Block 45, Plat Book I. page 505--- 4 22 35 1.40
    Jas-Carlile----------- GENERAL OFFICES BALTIMORE MD.
    U' Caird_ Lots 5 and 6, Morrow's add'n to Titus- l
    I Ville_ 4 22 35 3.59
    s s E.G.Harris 8 part Gov.Lot 1, Des. D. Bk. "0," AGONER &
    For Infanti and Children. page 2S8......___.........__.___. 4 28 35 2.M 00.9

    J .t Tie 'Kind You Haw Alwajs Bought VAN T. WORLEY, Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hay P educe flali hin ,

    -; Bun the Tax Collector, Town of Titusville, Florida. VEGETABLES SPECIALTY, ;

    Sigutoroof Titusville,Fla.,Aug C,19O ; rifu.8trt.lle, i : Florida

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    4oJ ; ritk :ahd other;stunts:Von ;\ i : .
    ibe coping t.tb W111f m8 D. If 70*Ian "&.NII1ar. alUi7iar>T"&ntaf the .
    'if.tIaJ : )oW..W-f*a jo*'**UJ or wJU be.,,Keep you*. ,
    '200, feet a60v tb #o1iJ cJ{ a1i oMI'nli 0....and welL Fore*,la the th .p*of .
    : I1nl pJIII"or pJIl polao1a,.. claD NU.. .The Than othe house
    (Itopltch from Cleveland, 0., to the imootaeat,ea.l at,mort perfect way of keepinf 1 to any ?
    w aio Tr1b I fBu88eu LoWen'MOCk 'tot feowtfeelMr and clean U to tab > .
    ... $ &' :r. _' in the World for first class,
    '. f; k Barton:"wei the lCANDY': f
    >._. .. and boy;namedt twotodsV'Whor :- best
    -+.f"I};:, "':<"'-1.", .:. -! ::thus ftedtl 8ly7toolf) thejr ,. :CATHARTIC. !,. high grade, quality

    ...;._<..".,;'GOO ''.'.va&U''"_, ..'.".':....,..," lives m their liandiBosselT: has charge ". .- .. Paints. Spld either ready

    .T v.g...,.;'?J','G' >."n4 a 1UI'I'Y.r,_..11"11/I8/ ,>;q.". ,. pti pbs Ofi on;,:top of>theV.WilUanVson ; for use or m paste form, __
    bulldiiigf and: collects dimes
    i.e' POr : :
    1Q ,
    ..u IIIIISt CXIIItaiIa plaatJ: of i.. _: i'ztod )' t mth;; o9 ;!whoJ'visit\lt .Burton;'was to. be thinned down.

    ==:. := visiting hinV.the other n rDtng., ..Tradebecame'dulVand ,)' ,Buy from the'o ly
    >> 1. i
    lUhflaaub. pJi r .
    the lads conceived the ,
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    'li ; : manufacturing
    ;: i7/jf., .Sf' : :'' .'V' ". idea,of,doing perilous .antics 'to' draw !' paint

    :t" ..'iitt e" iIi" <-,""'" ,. 'people" .rtor'ttejobsienratory.:* 'Itey:,..snewcded EAT-'EM" LIKE" CANDY' m the country selling

    ,as many.persons.tended theirwayio 'nomiut. Palatable. Potent. Tut OowL Do direct from mills to u er.
    : the -of the building good.)Sere Sicken Weaken or Gripe;19,25 and
    top. get a .
    M mate per belL Write for free sample and book All other Faint makers
    Better and man .. closer view of the daring youths. The let on health. A4dnah 43 '
    ".follow.'OorpaBphlete J. ,' an twt- nhtrtubr" 'cbenhn' 'i" boys:are now,,contemplating.. giving .a 1IIrIIII .edr CeItpanf, Chicago or Km York. depend on dealers for of their paints.

    .1Ioimdiia' 1 eda1 to fertiJiIm fanDen,,,.'.:bit, amllia,flee_nJg.ble die.. performance- dally.' .<, KEEP YOUR.BLOOD CLEAN That means one heavy expense and one profit that
    !: "
    ..... W.. '. of
    : : we cut out our business.
    -f, ,'(E8MAN KAU WORKS, l.To Collet."a Mile .('Centi. B "'" ytlk-ta ,.... -t .. We sell direct to the man that
    "AtIaa"J'Soatb-=--- The -Ladies ..Aid' society ,of,"Trinity ;Besides the unique craft used by natives uses paint.

    -t 1- "'" Methodist :'church' of Jersey City has .on the, Nile, good weather sees You may think that you can do as well as we could I

    undertaken the contract to collect a hundreds of graceful white winged do for if
    you", you should'try to buy a certain brand of
    mile/of cents by next Decemberl A. boats flitting over its surface. Sometimes t
    WINE! FROM, ,NEARTHEPQLE. '. ; string of cents a mile long/one Woman there many,sailboats that paint. that you thought well of, direct from the manu

    .Jlottle Still ContmlM' : fdc nor TlUttK _L Mid,would count tip $840, and nobody; it Is almost Impossible to steer a safe facturer. But you' would make a mistake. I

    'Grcely'.Left-Pearr to;Drink, It., seems "'willing' to Question- It The course through the maze. The effect The manufacturer might take your and sell
    : money will be used to furnish new of modern
    seeing pleasure craft silhouetted
    remarkable, bottle
    ferhapa". ..the most .. the but he take
    you paint, would care to charge as
    parsonage. of you
    of.liquor in the world tn many,respects a background anclcnt -.
    .. is one'of attractive much for the if it from dealer. He
    vras exhibited,.to. several 'members.tjf t, ) temples the paint as you bought a

    the Peary'Arctic, dub in/New YorK the t HeroineRenders features of a journey up the ,Nile. would put on that extra profit, to "protect ,the dealer".
    bile more' flnid and. thus
    J Bother gh .: It Was left'In the snow the DESCRIPTIONS THE NEWLY REDISTBICTED We have salesmen increase the
    helps (he blood to flow; it affords prompt no or agents to cost

    .atiFoit; .Conger:by ,the 111 .fated GreeJy ,- relief.from biliousness, indigestion sick COURT COIHSSIONERS' of our paints to the consumer. ;

    ( 'expedition, and it'was unexpectedly and nervous headache*, and over-in- DISTRICTS QF BRETARD COUHTT.JTBST We the
    quote to man that uses the paint the lowest
    produced_ 'by',.Herbert L. .Brldgman..secretary dnleence in food and drink. G. L Caldwell COUNTY COMMISSIONER'S DISTKICT.
    agent M. K.'& T. R. R..'Checotah, and best price reserving no to
    'of the ;dub, says, the New, Commencing at the southwest corner of protect agents.
    ,York Times: ,. V Ind. Ten, writes, April 18, 1900: "I was township 21 south range 34 east, thence ran We pay freight J
    sick for over two with enlargement
    years east on township line to the southeast comer ;
    Commander. Robert. E. Peary, who i of the liver and spleen. The doctors did We advise about
    I of section$2 township 21Ooth. range 35 east, gladly our customers paints !'
    nrfll, again_try to find the north pole, I me no good, and I had given up all hope thence south on the section line between sections Write for cards
    found the bottle which is, uncracked of being cnred! when my druggist advised 4 and 5 to the north line of the Delespine sample and paint advice, and blanks

    and full of ancient. yellow Chartreuse, me to use Heroine. It ,has made me grant;thence north 76 degrees east along the showing how to measure houses to show the 'quantity of
    north line of the Deft spine grant to the went
    50a Sold
    and well.
    in 1898, where.'the:Greely ,expedition sound by ;
    side of DeSoto street inTitas ville;thence north paint required.
    .bad left it with other. supplies that had Cross Pharmacy and Eau Gallic Pharmacy along the west side of DeSoto street to.the

    to be.,forsaken.' One' year later he ,_Eau Gallic! Fla.C.A.'X'O. Indian river; thence southerly meandering Ask any first class business house or any bank in New Orleans, or 1

    reached Grinnell fcand and left it in-a the west shore of Indian river to a point on the mercantile agencies if we are responsible.
    'JA, Indian river where the dividing line between _
    ; cache, addressed "Herbert L. Bridgman. townships 23 and 24 intersects the Indian riven -

    ." He tied a tendon of 'a walrus thence west along said township line to R. McWilliams Limited. ; :

    around the middle of' the bottle and -iMrCRZ- west boundary of Brevard county; thence -

    ,placed a, letter' inside the band.. This iiortberly along the west line of Brevard conn Store and Offices, 342 Camp Street. ,
    ty to the point of beginning. :
    i- la the letter as preserved by Mr. SECOND COUNTY COMMISSIONER'S DISTRICT. Factories 1135,1137,1139,1141 South Front Street.
    : Commence on the west shoreof Indian New Orleans Louisiana,
    ? GrinneD Land. ,June 1S99. river where townships 21 and 22 intersect J
    :My Dear 'Bridgman-Don't think I said river;'thence east along said township ESTABLISHED 1893. The oldest paint manufacturing house in con t'1

    have found a bar up here or that our line to the Atlantic ocean; thence south along tinuous successful operation under one management, south of Louisville .
    repertoire ot spirits Includes such delicacies I
    the Atlantic ocean to a point two miles south
    .. as liqueurs l and the wherewithal Sealed bids will be received by B. A. Conk- of the dividing line between townships 88 and or St. Louis.Floridalast.
    'for mixed drinks. ling chairman of the Board of County Commissioners 27; thence due west along section line to the
    :When I reached Fort Conger last June of Brevard County; Florida until west boundary of Brevard county; thence
    ::1 found one, bottle of Chartreuse. The Monday, August 7th. 1905, at noon for the north to the dividing line between townships j
    contents may be good bad or indifferent. folio wing road work, the board reserving the 25 and 26; thence east along said township J
    but they nave lain within 600 miles of the right 10 reject any and all bids: line to the west bank of Indian river; thence 1

    '.. :pole for eighteen.yean and for eighteen ROAD DISTRICT NO. 1. meandering the west shore of Indian river to '
    .times have been colder than I hope you i the point of beginning.
    $. ver will be. PEARY. CONTRACT HO. 1.
    The bottle was exhlblted'at a family Road from Titnsville to south boundary the Atlantic 'at Railway.
    Beginning on ocean a point
    tiae of district, to be cleared off and freed
    L** party'at the Hamilton club, Brooklyn. two miles south of the line dividing townships
    from brush three tunes a Boad to be
    Kl :Among those present were Mrs. Bridgtniuvwho year. 26 and 27;thence run west along said
    in first class
    baa been a worldwide travfcr kept section line to west boundary of Brevard Local lime Card No. (2. In Effect April 17 IfC
    BOAD DISTRICT NO. 2. county; thence south along the west boundary ,
    as well as.Mrs..' Peary and Mr.Bonsall of Brevard county to the southwest corner of
    one _of the survivors of ,the CONTRACT HO. 2. Brevard county thence east along the south : SOUTB-BOUND-KEAD DOWN. IORTH-BO ID-IUD UP.

    .Oreel1.' xPedition. Keeping up public road from north boundary boundary of Brevard county to the Atlanticocean ":
    would the of commissioners district to the north ; thence north along the Atlantic ocean _1.19'.0. IS STATIONS N..n.l.o. 18 1 1Dall
    }Ir. Bridgman said he open limit of the town of Ean Gallie to be cleared of
    to the point. beginning. DIU .
    ;a" Dall .
    bottle when Peary returned from bis of brash and weeds three times a year and FOURTH COUNTY COMMISSIONERS D STEICT. -- --.;,.. .
    search for the pole. maintained as a first class road. lOOp 9 '0& Ll' __Jvk8of\fllle_ .__ Ar T 00 p 810. t
    CONTRACT NO. 3. Commencing on the west shore of Indian 'O'lp i 41& .. __So. Jacksonrtlle_..._ Ll' a 52p 8421 ,
    river where townships 23 and 24 intersect a 11 p 10 65 JL .. _..__..S AUJustll1 .. 1560 P 01 .
    Core 8elatlea.Rev. Keeping up the public road from north end said river thence run west to the west boundary 653p11:12a .. ___HasUn", .. 5p & 4'1 1
    W. L. Riley.LL.D.Cuba.N.Y. .of road north of E. M. Whaley's place on Her- of Brevard county thence south along 'lIG V 1150 A, .. ...............EtwI ralaUa_..._ :1& p IS 28 1i ,
    I.rit's Island to south end of public road on the said west boundary to the dividing line between --i ,
    writes: "After fifteen days of excruciating island. This road to be worked twice a townships 25 and 26 thence east along P 12 Up Ar .....__._Pl\lat1[&__.._ Lv 10 P a 00 1 .
    pain from sciatic rheumatism under Nine feet wide. year. said township line to Indian; river; thence CO IS '3 P 11 251\1 L1' ___.._..falatka _....._._ Ar Ii 00 P n a <
    0\ -
    .'various treatments, I was induced to try CONTRACT NO. 4. northerly along the west shore of Indian river 825 P 200 I',Ar ..._.__...Sl\n M'ItfIO_..........._ Ly 210 II ........- ta %' ?
    Ballard's Snow Liniment the first application Keeping public road beginning at the to the point of beginning. 2 10 p S 00 a,LY ...__lWn U.1too__._ Ar 8l5 P 60& C
    giving'< my first relief, and the DeSoto hammock to south end of road at FIFTH COUNTY' COMMISSIONER'S DISTKICT. C -'I 511 P -12 32111 Lv.. Nt'Oja_..._..._ L1' -S 51 PI-$ to. ...... .

    second entire relief. I can give it unqualified Hall's hammock including the road from Commencing at the southwest corner of VS 8 03 pll .11)1 .. ..._._......... UIILt'lls___ a H p 15 36& n
    recommendation." 25c., roc Canaveral to the light house, the road to be township 21 south range 34 east, thence ran 810 P 53 P' .. ___._.--Du C.nt.._............... .. 3371' 529& r+ .j
    and 1.00.. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy worked twice a year; eight feet wide. cast on township line to the southeast corner 8 Up 1 2' P, ".. _..._...._ Ormnnd____ .. :5 10 II 'IHJ a .... ;
    8 39 _..._ .... .... .a S 00 47
    53 P 1 p. D ,.tonl\ ._. ... I' 4 & .\It ,
    and Eau Gallie Pharmacy.JEaa: GallieFla. DISTRICT NO. 3. of section 32, township 21 south, range 35 east; t 04 P 1 51 P: .. ............_Port Orange_ ._ 2 O P 36&
    thence south on the section line between sec tI} 9 26 P 2 IS ir ....-...... Nt'w SmyrlJa............... .. 2 30 I' 15& ..
    tions 4 and 5 to the north line of the Deles-
    Hot So FMtldlotu.My CONTRACT NO. 5. t
    New road to be pine grant; thence north 76 degrees east along .e 10 !II.. 3 44 pAr., .............. L&ko Bf'If'n ............... I.v 11: ji: J' I) 10 II 0
    appetite 1> poor and proud-. openedbeginning at the the north line of the Delespine grant to the = 103:1: a 35;; P __.._Orallg CU) ............... ,. II:! 3i: I' 5 !Ii II ...
    With food U can't agree. southwest corner of Mr. Metcalfs land, South west side of DeSoto street in Titusville. thence a.. 10 .::0 a 00 p .. .......OraD!: CUI Junctlnn...... .. 11:1: 30 1'1 Ii U II
    .Yet I would rather eat a shark Mebonrne. thence east to bank of Indian n
    Than have a shark eat me. river thence southeasterly along said river north along the west side of DeSoto street to t- 9 3p 2 25 P LT -. ..........New 8rnyrnl.__.... Lv'i--1-2 '01'1r & _
    .New Orleans Times-Democrat bank at safe distance from the bluff to the the Indian river, thence easterly across the 10 00 P 2 61 P _..._Ol\k Ii ill.................. .. U ': 39& .., '
    :!- north bank of a branch north of the residence Indian river to the point on the east shore C 10119 P 3 30 p ir ...____TUu8V111e_._ .. 1 16 II 3 00 a CA I'

    rlf'1i, ,. Pretty "Ie e.t of Mrs. Margaret Goode, thence along west 21 where and the 22 intersects township line said between east shore townships thence o -;.-00 a- ........- "'r.........___8 an f nr d...--....._L.,i OO;:' 0 ;.....

    ; **I never knew buildings could see." southerly bank of branch to the to river spring bank at,its thence source along thence the east along said township line to the ;Atlantic {I./) -.....__ -1000 a Lv ....................s.'nfllrd -.. ........... Arj.-,-..I,-00 a =

    i// "Didn't, eh? \Vell, did you ever hear river bank at safe distance there om to north ocean; thence northerly along the ocean = 10 3 S 30 P LT ...........__ Tltusvlllo....._....... Lv: 1 15 p! 3 & I
    ; without 'site?" HarTard line of Mrs. B. E. Hindi's land thence west beach to the north line of Brevard county; 11 Jill' 409 P .. ____c........,,__.._......_ .. 112311>, 21.. .,
    : of building a -
    a along said land to the northwest of thence west to the northwest corner of Bre U 11 22 I' i 13 ............. ..Roclllt'II; ..__._. .. In I'! I & -1
    6 Lampoon. corner vard county; thence south on range line betweeu 11 531' 43 PI" _EII.U'_..... __ .. Uj a :IaUh '
    t bind thence southerly along, western fence 33 and 34 to the place of begin ...._........M IIJ"llrn6_ __._ .. 11U aiIUt& ::I '.
    ;\ji south corner of her orange grove, to join ranges 51& Ii 37 _._....._._ bI\8t1an_........ .... .. fA
    : The TclIU* of It. to present road. Said contract to include ning.I ... I an 6"9 PI" ...__.0."' Lu le...-.-- .. '1011. a'l2 OOm .
    XJ-:,; "The proudeat moment of my life" cost of building bridges. hereby certify that the foregoing are true C. 1 5 a 64:> _....._.....Fllrt P1II'lt'.._...._._. .. 1\ ;; 11 $II .... '\ .
    He said It We doubt it copies of the descriptions of the respective n 2 181 (18 I' ____Tlbhals.._............... .. \) ;; C .
    was. CONTRACT NO. 6. county commissioners' districts of Brevard C-) 2 '1" ......-......-.Eden-...... ........- .. 9 26 a Ill"p >--."
    ::a His proudest moments are the ones Keeping up the public road from Eau Gallieto 2 28 al.7 11 PI ..._._J.. sEln_____ .. 9.1 al I' .M... '. .j.1en
    .f In which he tells about It Melbourne, said road to be worked as a county :Florida as the same appear upon the 28 p .. .....................t'tuBrt................... .. : g B'' A g:P = :
    t'rf.\.' Philadelphia Ledger. first class road. minutes of the board of county commissioners :239&1" :; p .. ........... HobO Sound...._.._ .. a I' .
    .. the same having been redistricted in accord .... .. ....._......WessJupttl'r.___._ ,. ; 2alg:11: C. L ,
    .j ": CONTRACT NO. 1. ance with the revised statutes of the state of U & 04& -I P .. _West PAlm B f : Garment Panes. the pnblii road from southwest Florida on the 6th day of July A. D. 1905. ...... 32 a 9 18'". .. ....._...._.'h...."nton" '-- .. 7 21)& 9 18 I' '';;.
    t .fr;.- The slashes or openings in an outer Keeping np H. A. CoNKLING.Ch'm'n. """' 421t.1 928 .. ......... .......-Delray............._ .. 1)a \) 8 P 00. ;
    corner of grove of Mrs. B. E. Minor to Center = 11 37 a 10 11 PI .. _--Ft..LA udE'rllale_..__... 6 1 a 8 li p ,
    [ garment to show the one beneath were street, Malabar, to be kept up as a first class Board of County Commissioners. CQ G .6 a'10 311 .. ................... Danla_......__. .. : a 6 p ..
    :.lif formerly called panes. road. Attest, 6 1i8 a110 Up, ,. ...___JIallandAle...._....... .. a '\:
    .. ;, CONTRACT NO. 8. A. A. 8TEW ART, [SEAIJ 621 al11 01 PI .. ...........- Lemon Clty ...-.......... .. ; a.. 7 oP .:;
    Clerk. 6 35 a 1115 I), 'r ...- .....-..)Uaml......._......_.. LT & 'f
    A Worm Killer.J. Road from Chas. Bolton's to depot at 1 J'I
    Grant,'to be kept np as a first class road. .. Dall Dl\l1y -
    A. J. Montgomery: Puxico, Wayne ..., ) .
    Mo. writes "I have little twin I
    county, : 1:1\111.: SUD.1 _
    Boad from Grant to Micro to be kept as Chamberlain'sCOLIC '",
    jnrls; who have been bothered with worms np .' '. ,-
    all their lives. I tried to a first class-road. -1--: a......._._ Lv "._ ..-...-Miami. ....-....._ 00 P "r
    everything relieve CONTRACT NO. 10. 8 00 a.!...._... A: _... .........Jlomt'ltead..___...... A'I.I& U P .
    which failed
    them until I used CHOLERA AND I '
    White's Cream Vermifuge; the first two I Road from Eau Gallieto Bovine as a third I I.
    doses brought four worms from one of I class road, and from Bovine to Persimmon Diarrhea Remedy No. 23 No, 21No.: 19 No. 17 No. IS I O. ZO! 21
    0111, SundarSund.J Dilty MAYPOAT BRANCH. Nit. 18 sUllda,1 .Ji'
    mound as a fourth class road. SundiJ Sunday Dally
    them, the nest two doses twelve, one of (dun Only Onl,. Only. ,Ex Sun DiilJ.1 onIY' On" (I SUa
    them measuring twelve inches; the other ROAD DISTRICT NO. (. '
    'child was only relieved of four worms. It A few doses of this remedy will .00 p a 45 p 2 'P Lv ..._.Jack'OnvIllA....._ A 83 ; is Ii J
    CONTRACT SO. 11. 08 p II Up 208 p 9311&j i 08 aAr; _So. Jactlt.n\'ill&_. Lv 8 11.11 G2 a lr 101:
    is a mo>t excellent medicine. White'sCream ,' Road from Shsrpes to north limit of Cocoa invariably cure an ordinary attack ((I p 'I &P 40 P JO 10 a 9 39& ..._Pablo no'Ach..._. .. T IiO& 11 20 a 5 06 P 'IS ,
    P .
    Vermifuge is good for children. It' of diarrhea. P T 2t: p Z '5 p'IO ti a' 9 U &1" _..Atlantic BN1Ch........ ,. 'I 45 a 1115 I 00 10 P
    not only destroys worms, it helps the to be kept as a first class road. It has been used in nine epidemics 00 p ,, p ;S O\J P 10 3lJa 10 ooa _.__ Mayport_....._. .. 7 30a 11 00& 'U 11 p :

    child to perfect growth, wards off sick CONTRACT NO. 12. of dysentery with perfect r "

    ness. Sold by Red Crow Pharmacy and Road from south limit of Cocoa to south euccess. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDESTL STEA>>SIIIP CONNECTlO S AT lIWU. IClost

    Eau Gallic Pharmacy, Eau Gallie, Fla. limit of district No. 4, to be kept as a first It can always be depended .

    class road. upon, even in the more severe

    For Over Sixty Tears. ROAD DISTRICT NO. 5. attacks of cramp colio and cholera CoooectJoo Made atlamJ with Steamships of the P. ( O. S. S. CompUf for

    Mrs. Winslows' Soothing Syrup has CONTRACT NO. 13. morbus.It AND
    is equally successful for WEST.Theile
    been u>*d for over sixty years by millions Keeping in repairs the road from the .
    .of mothers for their children while teeth- limits of Titnsville to end of shell road north summer diarrhea and cholera

    ins:,. with perfect success. It soothes the Mima. Old ruts La the marled or shelled iufantum in children and is the Time Tabll8 show the times which tratns may beespe.te4 to antTt as_

    child, softens the gums, allays all pain, parts: and the tracks formed by horses tramp means of saving the lives of many !rom the se.eraJltat1ons,but their arrh&1 or delJ l1ure ahe Umea atated sa 110\ "..,.. ....
    cores wind colic, and is the beet remedy ing to be filled up and kept in good repair as children each year. r 11 Sb1I Cgmp&l1y k>be held rtponstb18 ror&117 d l&lI or&111 CO UOllQCl a.r1a1nI UlV8tJolaEtfectiveJu

    for durrhoea. It will relieve the poo'r often as needed. When reduced with water and

    lit II le sufferer immediately. Sold by druggijts CONTRACT SO. 14. sweetened it is'pleasant to take. ; 3 .11I5 tbl" 1;(" :11 I 'I..' Id I\' branc and.omeatead

    iivery part of the world. Twenty- Boad from M Ins to Six Mile creek to be Every man of a family should extension now.. in 11..e tabl.fI.. '\ hi hI "' 1'II.d a.lllltl"ual trainS belDI puS iDt 'f

    fivert-i'ts a bottle. Be 801e and ask for kept as a third class road. Public road from keep this remedy in his home. service ktwl"tl '. .....,,':ilIt" aD J liI,'.I I .1 r!,. ....n I 't" I hn t'n 1liamiand I omeitead .

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    Constitution' 4 or ,persona -, advertising sur IMAMS ( HILDKHN / /js
    '' For
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    .1 women and;girls abroad. No \ton -. :-- SignaturePromores I:
    rheassembling: '
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    congress. ,ofItematvoa can country Is a party'to this
    at Moscow ;
    : ? ; : onJuly 19 :was tion. : .
    i> ,brought'about In snite'of six
    governttttir Of '
    --Y :t strict probibtUoti'amid rumors' The:'College"Girl l.Analyzed.I Oraum.Morpbine nor MinuaL .

    'tg _0f a:'coop d'etat to depose the czar and Professor: Mills of Vassar ,ex- NOT'NABCOTI'C. \JJ 7Mri

    'Mfi 'aubetitnteitome'constitatioaal.form; of 'that the'graduate of women's .. .-
    :.goernet'The congress got down to Inapt to have a-,:'perfectly ..-
    61 business In .the private.. residence ofLt terest In the other sex.. : says .rfUIrSIJrD.PlTCJIE/l
    .x t ,Prince::Dolgorikoff, with 225 delegates Uttle. He thinks she Is .felt ,P-l .r.J- I. '
    _present, This Incl ded'.80me from the fairly healthy and very 10T of R.Uedn.Qardm+r : J -
    municipal who has a normal Interest In InUse ''ti
    W; assemblies known as the Du- of 1" .
    k maavfis well as.from the provincial as- sports, social'aftairi and ,some n.iArae.rdi. ..:
    8enibUes or- ems 08. The chief of po fairs'and:who Is tending or '

    a'ltce.. ; 'with .numerous, officers, enteredandannounced riage at the same rate'as Lr -

    ', rf, that the, meeting. ,-was social class who- .are not-In seven I ; '
    i..f-r' 'prohibited, ordering:.documents;seized. college..' He insists, Obwever,. ,was A perfect Remedy for Constipation ,
    .p h"' *Whea'the,chlefbegan taking names of Is frequently only ,slightly of the ,Sour Stonach.Diarrtwea. -: .I

    ;,,J1tthe"d, some one cried, "Write .In the intellectual, Worms..CorwulswnsJeverishiaess F 0 r OverThirty .
    y 1 down'the: 'whole.of, Russia After the The Cost of Living Less.. and Loss.. OF SLEEP.' ,

    :erg 6: 'police departed:the session was resum- The bureau of, labor has In yacSiuule Signature.ofNEwifOHK. f -
    Y }ed., "fbe. plan of a national assembly an investigation into the cost thou- ;
    q proposed by Minister Bouligyne was based on'retail prices. The near Years .
    4 t- 'denounced and,a constitution based on port Is not due.until the last of ,

    .'it';' -;the British model 'was 'favorably dis4 but preliminary figures of the At b months old "
    r cussed.. there has been a slight decline ,The
    A form of constitution was finally prices for staple fo products: : & of 35 DOSCSJjCENTS f re

    %f adopted by a 'vote of 220 to ,1, subject- the last year. ThuVtbe b of a CASTO RIA .
    :to the approval of ''the'local and provincial just before election last year of
    assemblies, The proposal to pe- firmed.. shells EXACT COfY 0TWRAPPCB. \ I

    .,11: t1t1on'th czar was rejected. M. Pe- lls.
    British Incomes Analyzed TMI CINTAHR COMPANY. HEW: VCRR CITY.
    tft ,trumkevitch said:, "We counted on reforms :. The British treasury has ;. .._. j"' o ""IJ.' : ::' "

    t: +. from above.. We appealed to the list of the assessments for the men, -
    .if.,r .,' ,emperor" vainly.. We now appeal to thepeople. tax: during 1903. It shows \ : ; !

    persons receive Incomes:of
    : Premier Balfour Voted Down. $250,000 a year. Upon the
    A conservative headed sessment of ,
    government, i tax $605,000,000
    by,' Premier Balfour, was defeated, in people paid the tax,'while levels

    .; :'the house of commons July 20 on ant porations paid on $1, : of EAST COAST ?
    amendment offered by Leader Red these assessments it was

    z \ mond of the Irish party representingthe that,.the pay of corporations col i
    ..Irish1 land' ,commission. The vote ernment officials had risen $ extent Especially regarding Fruit
    stood 199 for the amendment to 19 5 000 in'the last ten years, land General Farming? If so,
    against it. Thereupon liberals and the same time the Incomes ,
    ,a4 Irish members cheered and shouted, Ing had fallen off $10,000,000. FLORIDA EAST FLA'J

    .N ... ."Resign! Resign!" The prime minister, comes of proiierty .owners the I
    replying to"the-challenge of the opposition creased $150O OOOO. and 5 to PRICE 25 CENTS
    said a statement would be made fessional and private the ISSUED ONCE A MONTH.
    t in due time. have increased $150,000,000. of In- ADDRESS

    ar Bomb For Turkish,Sultan. E. V. BLACKMAN Editor

    As Sultan Abdul Hamid of Turkeywas I ED I ,

    leaving the mosque at Constantinople on

    ; July 21, a' bomb burst near of
    fc Chicago Professor Dismissed.The John B.
    1 him causing the death of forty of his fact, that' Professor Stetson 4

    subjects,-but leaving him unharmed. Fox had been dropped from

    Redistribution ,Bill Recalled. of the Chicago Theological I DE LAND,

    The redistribution of parliamentaryseats became known with the. Affiliated with The University of Chicago
    i proposed by .Premier Balfour the autumn roster. In an
    caused .intense bitterness on the part the Kirchenbote a German COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-The standards are those of the University of Chicago. .
    ft of the Irish members. as' it would ref tionalist weekly Professor Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both Stetson and Chicago.

    suit In a loss of twenty-two Irish seats, his dismissal to the telegram h.'T of COLLEGE OF LAW Graduates. of this College are admitted to. practice law in Florida .
    without examination.
    while England would gain seventeen, : sent to 'John D. Rockefeller and
    : COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOG\-Iechanical. Civil. Electrical and Manual
    Wales and Scotland four. The : the endowment of two
    one plan Training courses leading to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipment !
    Irishmen,regarded it as a breach of the with this 'laconic remark:
    (', con COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all its branches. Bookkeeping by beat methods.
    .t act of union and when the speaker of cepted on face value; no first. Elective courses open in other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building. i
    the house agreed to the contention of asked. with PREPARATORY ACADEMY-Graduates prepared to enter Harvard, Yale, Princeton '
    xr "'- the Irish leader Redmond, that each Rockefeller r Gagging Educators.The Cornell, Michigan, Chicago: and all first class Colleges.
    clause of' the bill should be debated NORMAL AND PRACTICE SCHOOL-l. Kindergarten in its own building. 2. Primaryand i
    Mr. Balfour withdrew' tbv leading editorial In Grammar School in separate building. This School especially prtpares Public School
    separately issue of Collier's boldly assails Is teachers. ,
    bill for lack of time during the present I. Rockefeller's latest exploit thresh- MUSIC SCHOOL-A 10000.00 pipe organ, a dozen pianos,separate building, large faculty ;
    session. American college fraternity. wheat thorough courses study. '

    r Oscar"In Forgiving Mood. nation it puts into his mouth four ART SCIIOOL-New studio. Costly casts,models, etc.
    A German newspaper published an lowing soliloquy: "So you land; Stetson has a faculty of 48 professors and instructors. They hold degrees from the University '
    ; Chicago Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania, Bryn
    *; Interview with King Oscar of Sweden'in the CongregationaUsts for the Mawr, Bncknell. University of Michigan Dennison and other Universities. There are over .
    $ which he said he had forgiven Nor my $100,000, did you? Well 300000.00 in buildings and equipment;nearly a quarter million dollar endowment;an endowed
    way' and that Sweden would hang a the whole lot of you. Miss library of over 13,000 volumes;a beautiful chapel with costly furnishings,including stained
    its reek "if it upheld Mark Hanna say that I glass windows, 7 oil paintings a$10,000 00 pipe organ;a gymnasium with complete apparatus
    7. millstone around an enclosed athletic field running track, tennis courts, baseball diamond and gridiron, besides I
    ; the union by force iud initiated the mad? What do you think of swimming:, golf rowing and other sports,; separate buildings for men and women; five
    military occupation of Norway" 0007 I will invest that in large laboratories far Chemistry Physics, Bacteriology, Mineralogy Biology; several
    silence and celestial dividends. large museums and shops; electric lights, electric bells steam heat, cement walks shell
    ; Panama's National Theater. Is the that suggested I roads;broad avenues, spacious campus shrubbery and trees; social literary, musical and other
    Plans for the construction of an boy exist-'I students' clubs; star lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching. The location u
    and national theater cism for such as me. A beautiful and healthful, and the expenses are low.
    elaborate palace at ItsCapital for Yale ought to make him in the &.For catalogs, views folders and information, address the President, '
    of Panama
    f crime government a dis
    the future as
    $ city have been prepared by G. tactful Harper, In or any other good, LINCOLN HULLEY, A. ]1., PIl. D., DeLand, Fla
    and proposals
    of Washington
    M. Bugerl his
    cator that knows
    for construction have been ad-
    y are taken Manual Training -
    vertised. Extra precautions
    against corruption and graft In this Twenty-four scholarships of SBABARDAIRLINE I II
    } public work. year each have been endowed ,

    South Sakhalin Occupied.It Crane to be awarded by '
    will I
    Normal schools. They '
    has been officially announced at residents iAILViTAY- '
    young men
    In the
    = that the Japanese
    Tokyo meeting with go and graduates of the -FOR- ,
    Island of Sakhalin, after school.
    at Darline has occupied High !
    some. the resistance'whole south of the island. Savannah, Columbia Southern-Pines, 3

    S d xhuria The,rainy and season this prevents has begun extensive In Man-op I I to the Richmond Washington, Baltimore. l, t:

    : Philadelphia New York
    - epa ODS.I Sun Spate Stump Scientists. ,
    The observance of two !

    is I SOCIOLOGICAL J JTo spots close together on the TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.
    what above the center and to lie

    side, has caused a flurry e(-' SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL
    Stop Trade In Women. omers since July 14. The NII ,

    - The treaty between twelve European the spots was estimated to
    to the
    .. countries for united opposition which miles. At first they were MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. t
    and girls,
    Illicit trade in women visible, but later they
    Eft went Into effect July 18 requires with a piece of smoked glass ;
    for the ONLY LINE
    establish a bureau
    country to the sun waa low by the I .
    collection of Information regarding then to During the hot epell Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eaLS.
    this traffic. These bureaus are the Influence of the sun spots
    collected so that a li
    exchange the data the largest spots
    These are
    3 strict watch kept at railway 1892. For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, or .
    stations and seaports to detect any one since write to
    be engaged in the white Peary's Ship Sails North. A. MACDONELL, S. C. BOYLSTON, Jr.,

    .. SVetrade. At the same time efforts After many delays the Afigt. General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent.JACKSONVILLE .
    ; : in
    Information ship Roosevelt finally t
    will be made to secure ing FLA
    Each country.also York July tfk.ftuti&C-OQ
    r ; 'tla. raora.of ,vice. t

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    ; ; ; <'''' ";'. <;<1.. --t-t: ""i'4 ani riai 'frOlD'._ '; from. these trees next year "
    ::,, .I' )ionday OIta business... tnp.:,;,.[ &j ,; : Ule i ;, \! ,. :>- ,: Exchanp Bought and. Sold .on All
    ", ""'\ "'t k"' ,;'><-! ;;-':;:: r ; * :. .,, ....i..r..t? ":. ; J.,H...1Jd wboee b ejg ;,and Mrs Claude Edge' and baby :Foreign Countries .
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    \t';' ; 9f.Mi nurare.r ung'libeit ; _;.;tJ'J.' the gneeta of,;Mr., and Mrs..Claude Patronage appreciated. Prompt service,
    .. wysout : paving,the' polite treatment favor consistent
    ,., "T'it from until every
    ""' ? .f-.. _. =-. ;lgte'J:8.. ,Gaines. ;, -.' 'F, .. .",,tit, :: < JeaI Saturday Sunday. with conservative banking granted.COBEESPONDEST8 ,
    'r.f.- ,. 'hl,.:} "" '"..;."..""' ,"'1!,." -..-. 0; it: !, Douglie pr > < .
    '. t: a :'XrLU......., B. ;j'I. fr;pDPark.. ._ The'Miaeea<- .> Homer Conkling, of Titusville, :'
    \;' ? -(' ;
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    : will h htlndJyinh two of last week of the s
    days a guest
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    .., Sooth Rock, Bank&Trust Company, JacksonvilleFla.T.ITUSVILLE. .
    44: )! .".. rhite h ei _danghte" ."!..'.ia.away. :r.;?. I day on-Barton \Hohse.i We'are"always glad to
    1'"U'.t" "parltei.left for St. "- )_ boys i return even for a FLORIDA
    :.r 5 ,1fi'.aoa Mrs.'P.",D4 ., 'bfistLeacb ,
    .fl,1 gnetiaa'k,Mondaiy Ymornng wand Nre. \ visit., -
    ;i" visiting Mrs:
    .' !{ t_; rirkitaf m.:remain--- for a wbile'under;. Dr.Worlei'a is now nurse for ..R.'W;Gpodepresented -Miss Mattie PENNED & BRANNING
    .; i.f\f ;< '' > care.:'. :M=:h -' *z ,, Brown with several sprays of fresh _aTITUSVILL
    \1. 'iiii'. '. ...Geleman. ..' .of St.-Louis" i ia air -Mr.the.dining Fred blossoiris!. on her wedding day. .
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    : : last week, return
    i : :Ed. had
    : Peeves
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    ;, lr.r.: : @r: Jamieeons. .. partner in. the,mil) .boar 'her home at TillmaV, Saturday. A -
    : \ .s::' [oeeeWae- in,: town,,Mondiy;;<;He leaves :Married ( bath is .a fine tonic daring hot

    . : : '. 'Friday for North"Adams., Masi his sum.4 ug.18t'Mr. ;and at' Melbourne beach they
    I "lf.-: > "* f V* W. E. Hall, : and Gents' Furnishers =
    tYeb. r
    ; ., .4 both'of Dayton. to all.. *

    ; t : pi Kj'8.: ':Coatant and MissNettie On'onday ; A. J. Goode took the following : ? .. .. .....I.I...'..-. - :
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    Were Tuesday. -
    Harold : : ,
    : : over '
    = t'is with her_daughter, )hi.Ralph SharP received last Sunday afternoon in his launch I The Queen Duality Shoe for ladies is the
    Eaa :
    : to Gallic; Mr. B.W. Goode
    as ,.In Wheeling,-West Va..,'and they- of his wife'' at most stylish and durable in the world. la
    to ( and Mrs. Claude Edge, Mr. and Mrs. .
    Ibfcfc"O '! .n..z sit in' ,Ohiothis.month as gone spend addition the famous and
    j-: ; : Ferguson, Miss Lillian Ferguson, : we keep Edwin Clapp -

    '. Coutant lion her' ,homeward way. .,Mr. 'Miller. ,f and Mra. Claude Beaujean, Miss Jes Crossett Shoes. All high elass goods to to

    ; :pleasant' party =from' ShilohTvisited: oth ding iimp a BO foot' ( jean, Mrs. Alex.-. Goode and a found here. Manhattan Shirts, E. & W. Col .
    Hill Sunday'afternoon.: TheyrczmeY Richard. lars, Stetson and Knox Hats. "'j1 ?--
    Albert Smith ,
    < p in Mr.Arthar Jackson's':>> launch :and -
    i ."..t. =. 'Miaeea }, 'A"new Tuesday afternoon Miss Hunter .
    ;:-., with him'.th'. IDA1IJIr', '
    l.l Mayme- Taylor and,Gertrude_Mosby .andlY. at the home Mr. W. N.'Yates were quietly mar- Anything and everything else lhat Y 4

    :Meaers.J eo..Kuhl, Jesse Glass and David Smith'on by Justice of the Peace Mr. Chas. T. -
    :. will soon' be at the McBride House. Mr.
    Taylor.. here.
    men wear can
    : : buy
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    >l' Smith & Sons.', Ferguson and Mrs. R. W. Goode
    ; mill is 'favorafcSy. -
    :-. Work on the progressing
    invited as witnesses to the event.
    The shingle mill"is ready for work The ladies MAIL ORDERS SPECIALLY SOLICITED, ,
    bride and groom left on the evening
    i .and Mr. Jameison has brought an engine ular meeting on <
    'it; : for points south.* A number of:
    ;'f::_ over to haul,the cypress from the swamp the"home of
    were gathered at the depot to give SAN MATEO CIGARS
    ; '.. and baa it on.the track, bat there is more requests the : the usual shower of rice.
    : .work to be done on the road bed, which the election of i

    liv:. .: tie recent rains bas delayed. He. has al-. year. pretty wedding occurred at the Meth. Have Made a

    ;-. '4Q brought over his saw mill from, Late The base Episcopal church on July 26th at 9 Reputation ;

    1"---!... ;,flelen and will soon have that_ in work* tween the Eau ., Rev. J. B. Hawk uniting in mar. of Their Own. ;
    Miss Mattie Lee Brown and Mr.
    ang order. attracted a large
    .If an interesting A. Stephens. Miss Rose Huni- The success of .the San Mateo Cigar

    :, ',. :Jt will wash and not rob off At the end of' \ as maid of honor, Mr. :M.:E. is one of the greatest triumphsof r
    & "'" This complexion all envy me., brother of the groom, best the East Coast since the freeze.
    ij- .' t it's: no secret so I'll tell some
    ,,; .Take tboo Rocky Mountain Tea the Miss Mollie Nicholson and Mattie Made from choicest tobacco the
    :< game the growths of that peninsula of Florida and the
    T'<'.:: 't:(.:'"" '. '", I Lek your' druggist.' were settled Hoke ,bridesmaids, Messrs. Homer Island of Cuba can produce, and wrapped with the rich, silky leaf grown on East
    \ ._ went on.. and W. C Kyle groomsmen. Coast plantations, the cigar industry of the world bas never produced a better article.
    ; ', INOIAMOLA. Chas. Oslin and John Nicholson Fur sale by all the trading hotels and clubs and by the Union News Company
    about Mr.
    r. on train entering Florida.
    every ,
    "Mrs. Thomas Sanders. ia entertaining.friends. the end of the The ladies were daintily gowned.
    >:.c."- : ." and Mr. Sam church decorations were beautiful. Twenty Sizes, Styles and Grades to select from.

    ;i i ;:" :. :Pineapples from this section have The score stood young couple left on the midnight Manufactured by s. W. ROWLEY, San Mateo, Fla.

    ;" brought good returns. !Cocoa had one to spend their honeymoon in the

    l'_, :' Indian river has looked lovely of even. heavy shower. followed by the good wishes of all. .

    ; ings. with so much. phosphoresence. They .A'b SCREENS;
    forethought save no
    may you
    Wee from Fernandina _
    Virginia Carrio ; I
    The bilious trouble. Anyone who makes it a
    r- is visiting her school chum, Miss Alice sufferers and to keep Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera .

    iSanders.. { There is not one Diarrhoea Remedy at hand knows x
    may not be be a fact. For sale by Red Cross For doors and windows .
    i Mr. W. R. Sanders has had the Lizzie .
    filled and with a new sail and coat or1P.uut happiness by
    up, Stomach and covered with any wire... {

    ia once more on the river. eta invigorate Weakly Weather Report.

    Little Charlie Reed has another childish strengthen the fEAST
    nlate the bowels. '. UNTOP AQBICOT.TTJRI WRATHKB '
    Bailment over in the. form of measles, Pharmacy. BCBEAU. C.O., ';

    V', wile with bis Barents visiting in Colum.. JUPITER, FLA., Aug. 1. 1905. Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material. :

    Cms, Ohio. statement of temperatures Eau Gallie Florida. z.
    ,; : Mrs. 8. E. and Miss M. Gruber, from Weather much for the week ending Tuesday ,
    20, 1905
    4 "Titnaville, 'are visiting Mrs. S. J. Field, not so bad for

    She former enjoying a lovely ride to be relief of the I 1905' 1904 J. B.WALKER. H. B. MACE.JOHN .
    MAX. KIN. MAX. 1(19. "
    R- Onrtenay Sunday. Mrs. R. WALKER & CO. '
    26. 88 79 86 74 .
    pDuringan electrical storm on Wed nest" quite severely 27. 88 76 82 72

    cLty l lightning struck a tree at the post. laid up ever 28. 82 77 86 70 Titusville Fla.
    29. 89 77 85 73 ;
    r'. c&ce and bat for the activity of "our Quite a 30. 03 72 86 73 ls

    ;:. boys," who.were fortunately waiting for.ttbe IcJunkin's 31. 92 75 84 72
    1. 92 77 85 69
    mail, the scrub would soon have been ride up Banana DRY GOODS i
    sblaze. rainfall for the week. 1.85 in.
    w.. : The steamer rainfall for the week pins 0.73 ,

    Dear Gas:-I have solved the mother. run from Eau rainfall since Jan. lat,1905 minus
    .y y in-law problem, just give her regularly is a great ;
    ; Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. It will Mr. Mathers H. P. HAKDIN, CLOTHING
    make her healthy, happy and docile as a Official in Charge.Ajjer's.
    Jamb. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets.' Ask wasp nest, ,
    sour druggist. face to swell so '

    44 ) COCOA-KOCKLKOGE. eye.Mr.. Henry GENTS' FURNISHINGS, \ 1

    There' was an informal dance at the spider Sunday! -

    opera house Thursday night. most SHOES :

    The sewing society met with Mrs. W. He is all right
    --_ -E. Hall on Thursday afternoon. Mr. H. H. ,

    ,Rev'W. E. Hall conducted services at visit recently hair means weak hair.

    Uonaventure Sunday afternoon. bride, nee Miss MILLINERY
    15th strengthen your hair ; ?
    '- Miss Reba Le Tourneau, from' Eden, is' it with the only hair food, ,
    Mr. Albert
    "rating Hervey Bower. Hair Vigor. It checks
    for his dock and
    J'' Mr. Harper, who. has( been night operator which hair, makes the hair
    ground FURNITURE
    at Cocoa, left' Monday for Georgia convenience, of '

    Vigor .
    If you are -- ::;: : ,
    headache, I
    h. ister's Rocky We want
    your patronage.
    n Hump Back yon well and i I completely cures
    get your money : And it always restores Our aim is to please YOU.

    cents. Ask to gray hair, all the rich, i

    scorrs EMUUION woa"t INk I color of early life. w New, Up-to-Date Goods i ,every

    I\ump btkafgMuIher WI It mute Mr hair WM f.1Uiit out Wlr and I wu Line. .
    % a shOrt les leay bet it test 10ft teals I Mr. and Mrs. I id would lose It all Then I tried Ajer.
    Vigor. It quickly stopped the falling u>d
    and MIll diwsd lame'lid II were the guests : "
    amuas *my liair all I could with It to be. Mail orders receive
    I'4'c tip Md .. .... .. ncevay .. week. | KIBECCA I:. AT'". HixabeUl.N.J. prompt and Y _
    .. tilari" c-nqtl& a bottle.> J.C.1TIHCO.Lowell. careful
    s.ab Nr1 Attorney F. J. ] .'.. for M.i*. attention.
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    p.U4I1.aa;aD.....' with his old I IMiss | Hair
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