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 11, 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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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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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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F'-c ?' ,4 :"i' Knights K$y. .for, the establishing of We clean house as regularly and as
W- : "- <.->ta. .r'Qae- l'nHat.,We,.k. camps to grade and' pursue other work Official Account of Their Proceeding Ins radically aa the most thorough house- Kitten of Interest That Are Happening ,t

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: Good storekeeping and good housekeeping Mr.. C. W. Rawlinson of Ankona
:MrJIiL: Mitchell, of Cocoa, paidTmtSTAH The honorable board of county commissioners ,
: ; Key West, and within a .few days it will off
alike demand it.
stopped here his
office a pleasant call yesterday. met on this 7th, day of Au- Tuesday on way ;
: be actively under ; the. MiamiMetropolis. '
.. ,way ,says Here's your opportunity : home from St. Augustine.Mrs. .
"' 1t -c : ,u r W.. s.'u orw visited his danghtert gust 1905, present R: A. Conkling, chair We shall offer all of our dry goods, la
:;:;: Dora Deisner expects to leave Sun-
,,- MILJ.F.' .. Mitchell,. at. .Cocoa' Bl1n1 ; Heretofore the grading has been confined man. W.''R. Walker, J. R. Hiot and T. dies' shoes, children's shoes, at a great day next for Jacksonville where she will
::. ;tday and :Monday. to Key Largo and on the mainland tWill
J.Cockshutt with A. A. Stewart clerk saving. 4
spend a or more'with her daughter,
Miss Basle Gladwio is aeeietant to Poet- and the removal of one of'the camps to let it get ? :
you away Mrs. Z:Phillips.Messrs. -
and J. P. Brown sheriff.
t. ,jrotrterTaylor, while Mrs.,Scrimgeonr is Knights Key means another step southward I Well,.we hardly think !
) taking a short vacation, in this great work. Over one mile The minutes of the last meeting of the We have remnants of lawns and dress C. A. 'lverand W.F.Williams, -

W 'Miss and a half of grading has already been board were read and approved. goods of all descriptions in abundance. members of the Titusville Baseball club,
Mrs.L-A. Stewart and daughter
i i ; left Tuesday for Miami where will
a completed on Key Largo and the bed is they '
R :Kate,left yesterday for Tallulab Falls, It is moved, seconded and motion carried Beautiful white sheer organdie, mann-( few friends. !
in condition for the of the track. spend a days
among ,
laying .
-". ->i:" facturer's price about 25 cents per yard,
several weeks.The .
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-i: that J. O: Fries be instructed to survey -
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at a special price of 16 cents. Just ,
'if. ;;: 'hami.Steam ,Laundry has made, DOLLARS TO YOU. ,- > the side tracks and spurs and yards of of it! doctor prescribes good,pure whiskey. I. .

; -I.! :Mrs. 0. 'Collins, agent.. Leave worksatis'faction work atthP.LO. I :Yon'will save by going to Penney all railways in Brevard county in order to Although cotton is steadily advancingwe W. Harper is the ideal 'liquor-none bet- .. 4
: Pine money :
;t e:!.. guaranteed.Grocery. '* i .& Branning's for your Clothing, obtain accurate measurements of the same will give you 12 yards of best quality ter. Sold by F. A. Lesley and R. L. ,
m"t Shoes 'Fancy. anti White Vests of Lonsdale for $1.00. '
Hats allow
is to
The comptroller requested
i-: : Cmll at Titusville Livery'at rear of Ladies' oxfords made in the lates Mr.V.. W. Ballard of Mims '
Shirts ,Neckties Belts ,
,' Hosiery, Collars,
of all certificates
the redemption tax on
1?! :Robbins' law office, for stylish riJ8.tiJ tie with wide silk shoe
the time in
Cuffs, etc. lots 1 and 2 north 5 acres of lot style, Christy a royal Dorsey, Ga., where he is
; Leave your orders for hauling, both.double A complete stock of Clothing and Gents'Furnishings. except laces, best .quality of vici kid, worth visiting his sister, Mrs. J. H. Ainslie. A
1 section 16 township 23 37
and J. } .O ban liOr.
i'.t"if ,11 & { prop Any and everything that of the $3.60 for$2.49. bird supper and barbecue was tendered _

-- "ii"? ,', !- -' Mia.. J. Kline and little daughter, men wear can be found there. east valuation, by payment of $40.00 for millage each levy on for a Also the same style in patent leather, him by several of his friends there last '

ra.'f_ Leona, left Sunday for New,York..,. Mia All goods marked in plain figures., one which said land was sold without year interest (you wish. I Friday.Mr. .
Leona ia rapidly improving since recovery Then another lot of oxfords, about 100
r<:_ price to'all. and the collection of all subsequent : Charles S. Emerson editor and .
{r ". >!;: from, nine weeks' siege, of. fever. PENNEY & BRANSTXG' ommitted taxes on said land on a valuation pairs, the well known make of Krippen- proprietor of the Fort Pierce News, with

'Ff< !t<:l .J. .MrEd. Robinson, formerly trainmanon The.Clothiers and. Furnishers of 40.00 without interest. dorf & Dittmann, manufacturer's price his family, has gone to Dayton, Ohio, \ -

the Sanfordbrch, was in town a few Tituaville, Fla.. Tax collector's list of poll taxes collectea today of this shoe would be $2.25 it i we where they will spend some time before

days the first of the week' For the past aunng" 'n. .L tne mourn.u.L ot, July.. .iwo""' .-, had. to replace it,. at a special price of proceeding to Ontario, Canada to remain

few months he and his family have been /NEW" SMYRNA GAME.From .. amounting to $7.00 for the year 1904, was tij. JcLica KLISB for several weeks. '"

)living in Orlando. .. received. Mr. John sold :
Fla. Henry,a(special master,
the New Smyrna Breeze; ,
,__ We call special attention to PritchardA Tax collector's report licensee collect the property near Oslo, known as the

Son's attractive half page ,ad. of 0. K. Those who witnessed the game of ball ed during the month of June, 1905 DAYTONA'S LAMENT.The Stout property, at Fort Pierce, Mondayto 4

I Queen cooking stoves. We cane azure between New Smyrna and Titusvilleat, amounting to $19.00 for the state, and the mortgagee, Mrs. M. E. DtGrauw ;.

our readers that,the prices\are, quite as the latter place, Monday afternoon say it $39 50 for the county was received. Gazette-News, of Daytona, makes for $3000. This was the first foreclosure,

attractive to the prospective buyer as the I was a good game and close enough to Tax collector's report of licenses collected the following comment on the Titusville- or forced sale, in the new county.

.ad. it Jo the eye. : -. make it interesting. At the close of the during the month of July, 1905, Daytona baseball game at DeLand: The board of public instruction of St.

Nez'Sanday being the second Sunday game the score stood 4 to 0 in favor of amounting to $5.50 for the state and$2.Th "The Daytona ba'l team went to De- Lncie connty, with Superintendent C. P., f_

the pastor, Rev. W. F. Allen, will preach Ti usyiUe. This is the second game Tkug- for the county was received. Land Thursday to play two games, one in i Plaits and Attorney C. T. McCarty, were

in the Methodist church here, THnsville, yule has won from New Smyrna; but if County treasurer's report of warrant the morning with Titnsville and in the here Tuesday to receive deeds to St. Lucie

both morning and night, at the usual you think the':New Smyrna team can't paid during the month of July, A. D. afternoon with DeLand. The morning Cuunty school property and adjust other

-, boon for worship.- He will hold services play ball, ask the Titusville team, and if 1905, was received and checked up and game was lost by a score of 2toObya matters with the Brevard school board -

at Mimi Sunday afternoon at 4,p. m. All you are still not satisfied they are readyto the board appointed T. J. Cockshutt and series of the rankest'decisions on the.part regarding the school affairs of the new *'

' invited. prove it to you any day. W. R. Walker a committee to destroy of the umpire. It was so rank that even county. '

the boys are loud in their praise of the paid warrants turned over by the county the Titusville players acR now(edged that Miami 4

FOB A SUMMER hospitality of the Titusvilie team. They treasurer! with his report; they reportedthat Daytona was rohbed. It was also! openly The Metropolis says that Mr. *
and Mrs. and children
George Bayles two
were met at the depot by the baseball they had performed their duty and stated that the umpire had money up on :\
The exodus .from: Tttosyille' Saturdayand team and a large number of citizens-ladies were discharged. The treasurer had attached Titus yUle. arrived in Miami Thursday after a fiveweeks' '"1,

Sunday was 8/IDttbing.unusual for and gentlemen-and say! they were to his report a certificate show- "The afterdoon game with DeLand was trip in the north. They also
- even this time of the year. There seems treated royally during their entire stay. iDlE that the amount his report called for played in the rain, and resulted in a tie visited Mr. Bayles' relatives in Ohio,

: to have been a concerted move on the The New Smyrna boys say they never i was on.deposit in the Indian River State. : of 4 to 4. The grounds were in such con- stopping In Chicago, enjoyed the glorious
Falls! and
part of four or five families to leave for played a better game and' with more sat ; bank to his credit as county treasurer. dition for this game, however,that neither sights at Niagara went to ;
in in all
: the north all at. the same time. There isfaction. There was no unfairness and In the matter of the voucher of the team could piay) ball. It was simply a points Michigan, making a most

; were seven bertha engaged on the Southern no quarreling. and disputing over the East Coast Lumber and Supply Co., of swipe at a water-soaked! ball and a run in pleasant trip and returned greatly bene-

sleeper leaving Jacksonville Sunday game. $29 10 for lumber furnished for the 5th the mad." fittedbytherest.!

-$-:- night from Titusville alone. Judge A. Titusville not only won the ball game, commissioner's road district, inasmuch The Progressive Culture club has given .

'D. renner" wife and daughter. Miss but the highest regards of the New Smyrna as this material was all need in St. Lucie In reply to the above excerpt taken up possession of the room they have been

f spend a month in New York team and the large number of citizens county and.St. Lucie county having received from the Gazette-News I wish to state occupying on the second floor of the In

city and other places north Mr. and Mrs. who accompanied them. her pro rata share of the millagein that the Titusville' players are satisfied dma. River State bank building, and has

;- :. 'W. SLBfanning will put in about twoKs the road fund belonging to that county that Daytona was not robbed of the game secured! the rear room in the Presbyterian
time in New York and Boston L church for their meetings. Their
weeks' ; regular
is ordered be
MIAMI TO PLAY TITUSVILLK: the same to sent to St. through any decision on tne part; ot me: :
;' 'Mr, and Mrs. L. C. Branning and the Lucie county for action. umpire. Furthermore that the Daytonateam new location is secured without expenseto t

tetter's mother, Mrs. Wright, also Mrs. The manager of the Titusville Baseball On motion the voucher of I vey Lawsonfor suggested the umpire and that Ti- them in the way of rent.

,,, E E. Rollins and her sister, Miss Florence team, Dr. E. E. Rollins, informs us that $15 00 balance on contract bos. 9 and tusville accepted him, and so far aa I

: Colmar, all went. to Waynesville.N. he has arranged for a match game at this 10 for road running from Sebastian to know there were no exceptions to his de BASEBALL YESTERDAY.

,- Q., where they will spend a month or place on Saturday of next week, the 19th south line of 3rd district, and road running cisions.
with the exception of Mr. mat. between the crack Miami team and i The game at Daytona yesterday between
> 8i& .weeks, from Sebastian to Roseland, 'is re- The statement of the Gazette-News mansuggests
4 Branning. whQ returns in about two the home nine. We hear that a prominent -.i fened to St. Lucie county for action. too much of the cry-baby act, DeLand and Daytona stood, Day- .

weeka. Dr. Rollins will follow in a few citizen of this place is willing to put Reports of Jnstices of the Peace J. M. which ia further shown by his referenceto tona 2, DeLand 0.

days': During Mr. Branning's absence up $500 that Tituaville wins the game. !Sanders, C. T. McBride and W. C. Peter- i the with DeLand as being "sim The match game between Jensen and ,
is station game Stuart yesterday resulted in a score of 7 .
Mr..Phil. Wright acting agentHMMMM eon were received. water-soaked ball and
swipe at a a
ply a
2 in favor of Jensen. Williams and 1
M HV WV V DRY GOODS SHOE'S.I The board to the bids to
FURNITURE proceeded
open run in the mud! when the game really Driver with Jensen. '
4 BALL GAME WITH DE LAND I i Sectional book cases.' for keeping up and building public roads. stood four to nothing in the fifth inningin played ,
All bids for road work in road district .
Wall 8 cents roll. > favor of
.The prettiest game of baseball played paper, per DeLand.W. JEWELRY STOCK AT COST. .
diamond White enamel picture easels. No. 2 are rejected they being excessive. F. WILLIAMS,
this season on the: Tituaville between Rugs, art squares. The following bids were rejected as being One of the Titusville Nine. Clearing out entire stock of jewelry,
of last Saturday afternoon .
: that
: was Baseball goods. excessive: Road district No. 3; contract silverware and musical instruments at
DeLand team aDd the Titus-
; the Parian paints. No. 6, John M. Minor $125.00; i AUTO SPARKER FOR SALE. cost. Must be sold by Sept. 1st. '
1JeL It was about as close as prnfeafionals contract No. 5, John M. Minor, $35.00 i G. L. MAKDAVILLE
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Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville, Florida. that needs batteries. i
the A no
played a score *
ever game
even contract No. 7, John M. :Minor, $175 00; Tituaville Fla.
Brand and will be sold at wholesale
2 to 0 in favor of Titusville. Up to new,
being contract No.5, John M. Minor
.,he fourth inning neither side had made SENSATIONAL ORANGE SALES. .road $140.00.All price. Inquire at THE STAB office. BURIED THE HATCHET. (

-4.g- a run. In that inning Jim William' for From The Fruitmau's: Guide, of New York.It bids for road work in district No. 5

the home nine, drove the ball way out in is that of 01Mission are rejected, some of them being excessive ARTIFICIAL LIFE PRODUCED.; Details of a secret meeting held in New
reported a car
struck the school building last week discuss for
left BO that it and inadequate. York city to plans
Brand Valencia sold this some Most unless they follow the
off the east side. Thiaf' :. oranges was people the next-Florida automobile tournamentare
bounced on
,and All bids for road work in district No. 1
P. Rublman & Co. at the scientific
and Will1I'D1 week by re i technical journals, are quite un.
him second base, Floyd coming to light. Among those in attendance
; pe followed him with a fly that also4'E markably high gross' price of $19OO 13, are rejected, some being Alt' excessive and aware of what has been actually accom at the meeting were K. L. Morrell -
'.. but hit the which is said to he the highest gross priceof some inadequate. bids for roadwork plished in the artificial production of life. i
; struck the school house, on chairman of the racing board of the
in district No.4 the bidof ,
Jim made his the season. In this car there were 76 They therefore will be the less preparedfor American Automobile association J. D.
north aide. Consequently E. A. M. Stewart road from Eau ;
boxes of fancy which aver ged$5.79 the startling statements made by Garrett
scored. Bert Johnson made the per : Price, of the Ormon'd Hotel W. J. Morgan
and ;
run box; 209 boxes of choice, which averaged Gallic to Melbourne are rejected, some of P. Serviss in an illustrated article entitled .
; in the sixth. of the last Florida meet,
other score them being excessive and some inadequateBid
boxes Life" in the
r $4.85 per box, and 100 of Stan "Artificial Creation of
The DeLand team brought with them dards, which averaged $4.70 per box. for working road from Eau Gallie to September Cosmopolitan. 'l Ir. Serviss and Alexander Schwalbach, press agent
New Smyrna team, and the Melbourne is awarded to E. A. for Mr. Morgan.
several of the Another sensational sale was a carloadof hereby describes fully the present condition of
7 Titnsville boys are unanimous in saying Mediterranean Sweets of the Rialto M. Stewart. The bid of A. Dyal for contract Loeb's work in the artiScial fertiUzationolseaurehin's Dates for the next tournament were
they have never played with a more No. 11 i ia hereby rejected on account submitted and agreed upon, after the timetable
ff that Girl Brand from San; Bernardino county, eggs/ ahd the still more examined.
had been General
fz&sj gentlemanly and agreeable set of men This of being inadequate.On Doctor Burke in plansof :
of :
which grossed $152270. car consisted startling attempts \
L iin... 4 and New competition were discussed, and thannOllnlement
the DeLand of Chas. Cleveland et al
petition ,
than compose of 396 boxes which averaged $3 85 England to create life through purely was made that the f
Smyrna The visitors certainly citizens of Brevard county, the following
r nines. pebox. chf mical action. Xo article in the September
and the admiration beef and cattle be the most costly ever: offered. ".
4p.$ .1I'o a the bighestregards The remarkable feature of this sale was insprctorsof are hereby magazine; possesses so much pop- i
The information was :given, that the rival
ball and our commissioner's district No. 5
players peo.
also of our appointed: ,
not only that such a large gross price was ular interest a? this one. factions of Ormoud and had
and Florida team that wants to J. W. Carlile; commissioner's district No. race Daytona:
pIe, any realized by Mediterranean Sweets, but
: test its mettle can sure get all they want that the sale should have taken place so 4, J. C. Gibert; commissioner's districtNo.2. Fraud Exposed. come together None, and of the that harmony now t..
prevails. prominent owner
il the DeLand boysr D. St. Clair Nisbett;commissioner's
&# from late in the season. Sweets this year are
Both sides play almost an errorless holding out much later than heretofore, district No. 3, H. Bradford at Eau Gallie, A few counterfeiters have lately been I racing cars were represented at the con- !!
and E. B. Arnold at Malabar, and Max- making and trying: to sell imitations of i ference. SIt
game. and for a carload to be sold at all at this i
understood that in the interests of ,
Dr. New Discovery for Consumption is
field Brannen at Melbourne. King's -
k time of the is quite out of the ordi-
SHOP. year. Alexander Schwalbach will be taI'Point
BLACKSMITH and Colds and other medicines harmony
On motion the clerk's report of tax Coughs ,
The price realized all the
m Don't forget I do all kinds of black- nary.sensational in that the was fruit redemptions for taxes redeemed duringthe thereby defrauding the public. secretary of the next tournament ;

smith' and wagon work, horse shoeing only more of orchard run grade, and a quantityof was monhs of June and July 1905, h hereby This is to warn you to beware of such while W. J. Morgan will again act !
Call and me. stealing as A local committee of management
and gun repairing. see below acceptedOn pt ople, who seek to profit, through manager.
the stock was prime *
J. D. ENXIS, Titusville, Fla. With such demand for oranges'therecertainly quality. motion the Cocoa and Rockledge the reputation of remedies which i is: to be made up equally of Or- j
a diseases for niond and Daytona residents. All the I
have been successfully curing
News is hereby designated the
Ia : .Panama hits cleaned, blocked and new can be no doubt but that any paperto A to places decided upon are said to have the
; .t publish the acts of the last legislature. over 35 years. sure protection, you,
: be sold hereafter this
Miami Steam Laundry oranges to season sanction of the racing board of the American i
bands put on, $1.50. :Notary Public bond of J. E. M. Hodg- is our name on the wrapper. Look for -
will fetch biz prices. .
.s, C. Collins, Ag't. Basket' leaves 1 Offerings next week will probably be son is* hereby approved. Notary u. Publicbond it on all Dr. King's or Bucklen's remedies Automobile ass Ciation. 4
every Tl:1e: day. considerably larger than this week, as of R. N. Andrews is hereby ap aa all others are mere imitations.H. .
FOB SALE. advices are that more fruit is in transit. proved.The 1 E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, ilL, and PLREMILK. ]

.. No. 1" Irish Potatoes at $3.00 per 3.' following bonds for carrying repeating -: Windsor Canada. Sold by Red Cross Delivered anywhere iu the town of Ti-

_t bushel barrel in 3 barrel lots; $2.75 per Grave Trouble* Foreseen.It rifles were'approved: A.J. Goode, Pharmacy. tusville. Send me your standing order.
-i- ; rifle No.202715 caliber 32. AUGUST NELMJ.N.NEW .
barrel lots F. o. b. Winchester : ,
r arrel in 4 and needs but little foresight to tell that
The board proceeded to hear complaintsfrom 1JRSERSTOCK FOR SALE. \
'4n, at Oak Hill, Fla.J. stomach and liver : RESTAURANT.: '
when your are badly I tax payers. I 1
W. GKIFFIS Citrus stock on high pine land.
Shiloh, Fla.WO. affected, grave trouble is ahead, unless J. W. Packard lot of northwest } and Indian River Nurseries grown established 1836. I If you want a meal or table board at :

:. you take the proper medicine for your lot 1 southwest } section 18 township Send for catalogue, Toledo and West reasonable prices patronize the Peacock : I II

BALK CHEAt FOB CASH. disease, as Mrs. John A. Young, of City, 24 south, range 36 east, ,reduced from Palm Beach, Fbu I Restaurant: corner Main street and Wash

I 4- Abort 88 acres of good high: land on N. Y., did. She save1' had neuralgiaof $160.00 to 80 00. ing ton avenue.
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the eaR or ocean side of the Indian river the liver and stomach, my heart was 6.S. Singleton;lot 10 and 11 Singleton's NEW GROCERY STOKE. Jj

Narrows, described as follows: Lot weakened and I could not eat. I was 2nd addition to Cocoa, from $50.00 to HENRY BENECKE-SAILMAKEK.: -.11
; .. ;:at the section36lntownahip81iouth bad for a long time; but in Electric Mrs. M. L. Peacock keeps a well assorted -
also lot No. 3 very 14000.
1(0. a. lection 35, stock of groceries in the store form Yacht sails and launch awnings madeup :;,1
39 east. Bitters :I found just what I needed, for Bethel Adams lot 5 government lot S
: land II unimproved but finely lo/ they quickly relieved.and cured me." sections township 28 south, range. 3S erly known as the Scrimgeour building, in first class style, mildew proofed if ..j
This desired. Full particulars addrtsa
; for weak Main street and Washington ave r
I address Best medicine women. Sold east from $200.00 to $100.00. corner .
-f cited.. For. further particulars E. M. Low, under guarantee by Red Cross Pharmacyat nue. Prompt service, low prices, reliable H. BENECKE, :

ci M ,f, : Brockton, Mass."r' SOc. a bottle. Continued on page 4. I! goods. Tituaville, Fla.. : '(.

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:: ;:. 'Jl Owx oll'FICB>iEk r.&.&Bolnm-'y on ,.e.'! OFFERS FPULTOUBSES' FOS A R"-,.B.- a,:4 B.L'DEGBEES." :A :Healthy Liver Makes Y
it?" VI1l Wortar.;imiihil..(:tax eoBectoi; ; "
B.;:B.'.Pyl*'-clcA '_ Henry Meeawf Jito.:'B.-.;Walker,:IX;B. ; A Well Man
;'M.r"'g,;;'...r,.Pritehard, B. L.a tlow. F..A.. Morgan,;W. $15.000 spent this yew in building and equipment Steam Heat,Electric Lights
Jit.7) .;-" 8.? iBranniDfc.-coaBcDincn... The icooncilTutdair : Gym alum.Swimming Pool,Goad Fare Climate- UnsurpassedStrong Faculty of

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.5. OFFICEBS.LJ'PtJinet;; : .7 Tito: Se ai ion OPeDI Sept 26th, 1905. For,free catalogue address, e .
.L : villa county judle: D..L:. GaaldeD'lbu President.
-. ;:;i' -, " .p'OIeCI1t1D1 a\t.omerr A.Ai StewartTaaviIerk .\. COCKRANE.. "HUNT, ,. .
l1 circuit court;' P. A. MoMillan. : -
.""" !\ ,. :< : Ean Gallietax awaaon E.W. Hall. = ===- .
'i (*.Ttaurille; collector;John Heary.Titn- .
go Till*, tnuafttr J..R.-Waltu.tuaPiIle. a
.... t SB wrinteudent of public instruction; J.O. EL: (BEADY .& .BEO., .
.Friel"TitamJ1e. ,county tumyor::J. P.a teals lUll
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LIVER MEDICINE KNOWN. Do net fill your system .
W{ ., : A. Conk- We handle produce cf all kinds. We are apltta for'}[;.pea'FeI'tilizer We deal exdnaireba with Calomel, Arsenic or Quinine. HEIBINE is a guaranteed
ling.Till man dainnu W.B. Walker, Ti- trade of all 'Wnto for prices 'cure for all diseases TORPID LITER
the above line of goods, and solicit the consumers. us 01 produced by a
'>iiR'IJ'.!','. *,tusrille Wooten;,Cgeo6 John;T E.,J.Mint Coetahutt, Indianola, LaOrann.; J. F. Grain and all Groceries,delivered at your station. E. L BRADY BBO.TlTrsVILU Ft.. and IMPURE BLOOD. It will cure MALARIA without lea.vmz -

-4 ; Begular.seaciouare held first.Monday in any of the deadly effects of'many drugs used for that

.....:,>.<.t.... each month. ... l AG NER & CO. purpose. One bottle purchased today may save you from
; sick Coa
a spell tomorrow. Quickly cures Biliousness,
t ,
.\ MYSTERY- OF A+ GOLF BALL. Hay Grain, Fruit and stipatlon, Dyspepsia, Malaria Chills and all Liver
C St1eTi f and Fancy Produce of all Kinds, Complaints. Used' and recommended by the medical profession

ip: L*>t gpbeiw Found 'I. ladlaa Pocket generally.

f;<. ." i / After Drive' by' Tl'aven.f'ill. VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'S -

',", It waa when Walter J.TravU .and Titu.aQille: I', I 'P1orida., ENDORSEMENTDr.
1; l--: : Jerome. Dl: ,Travers,' the ,two' golf
'r i & '."... 'jo"} cracks of tbe metropolitan: .,district, A. J. Hannah, a leading physiciaa of Umatfll;
Flay : "I have been using Herbine in1 -
from the last tee In the final says practice
!: played
+ r and am well pleased with the results. 1 always
! : ; the other:' afternoon 'of,the Invitation t keep some on'hand and think it a grand medicine

!: ..'.;. ;. tournament of 'the. Shlnnecock, Hills for Biliousness and Liver Complaints. .
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,r" .! club, o Long Island, ,that\ the most I.
The Geo. H. Ferlla1d Hardware Co.MACHINE.SHOPS
/ SubstituteBallard
Il' : sensational Incident of a' sensational Large Bottle, 50c Avoid,All

t :'match" occurred, says a special dispatch .

f:7 .:< from Southampton,'N. Y:, to the Snow Liniment Co.St. .

;p.New, Herald. .
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Louis U. S. A.
k ; -The pair were all even, and victory

I'= ."'"Y ", ,or defeat hung in the'balance of the t

w ':: : : most delicate scales. The slightest ,

c ".;' "';- hesitancy the turn of the wrist shade Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS' '

{'."- one way 'or"the. other! meant the destiny SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

I"I r r4 ; A big crowd had gathered when the .
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4 y"cy; news had spread that young Travers 1

.' '. of Nassau' was making the veteran X" Southern Railway.EFFECTIVE
! ";":'' Travis play the game of his life anti .

.'. ;{ was apparently urging him to a" tent Agricultural Implements APR. 10. 1904.

; !. :.: .:, don beyond his capabilities. .In all
i, events all watched Travers drive and No. 30 I-No. 29 SoIuly. i
SANFORD FLORIDA ; Noy Between Jacksonville and New York. : .
Daily.Lv t Dati,. l
I ; :. as his ball sped through the air toward ,
/: the'hill where lay the all heard 755 p == 9 20 a Jacksonville, Fla._______So. By. Ar. 900 & == ""40 :. E
ttt.f green
12.15 a -_ 130p1003p Lv.Savannah, Ga._______.___So. Ry. Ar. 90D-835a ;
'f.l} a dull thwack as an Indian from' the 95.5a-- Ar. Charlotte X. C._____....;-o. Ry. Lv. :

':i- )" '. reservation turned suddenly and rant 642 -- 58 a Ar. Richmond. Va_________-So. Ry. Lv. 12 30 == 1130 p. 1
:': I like a'scared rabbit. It was so sudden 1031 PI_-____ l
950 45 a Ar. Washington, D. C.-------So. Ry Lv. 950p822p
r, ,-> ; that ,none was positive but all were 1125 Pl p----6 a Ar. Baltimore, Md.,_________-P. R. R Lv. 612 ____ 4
' intuitively sure the ball had struck the 2 S3 Ar. Philadelphia, Pa.-.___ ____R.RLV. 333aI., _____ 553p j
". '. fleeing scared figure. OF SEA ROUTES. 630 pAr. New York, N. Y.________-P.. R. R I.v. 1210 a ---.-::,.-_323p

. j Search was made for the ball and QUEEN "
Nos. 33 and 34- 'New York and -Florida Express.: Daily Pullman Drawing Rouni
& :': although all Joined In the hunt, the Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York i
F f white sphere was nowhere to be found. Xos. 29 and "Washington and Florida Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Room .s
Car between Jacksonville and Xew York.
' Sleeping T
1 Under the rules a lost ball means the Ii
,.,. :_ t
" ;' loss of the hole, and this means the No. 30Daily.
& Miners Trans. Co's I.
l : Through Laud or the Sky.
[-4:,.. t loss of the-match. Time Sew, yet the 0 Drily

!jfJ: : '. ball was not in sight. 755 p Lv. Jacksonville. Fla,_______________.--______..--____._--.So. Ry. Ar. tOO a. '
.. .. .. .In the'meantime the'lndlan had 1215 a Lv. Savannah, Ga.,_._________._.__.__..._.........____....So. Ry. Ar. 4 50 a
.-. .:' reappeared STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN 6 00 a Ar. Columbia, S. C.,--_._____.______.__._._______________So. Ry. Lv. 113 a.
\:, and when asked declared the 150 p Ar. .C ________________________ _______-...So.Ry. Lv. 413 p
': '. ball had not touched him. John M.I I .. -. 237 pAr. Hot Springs, \ O,________.______________.___...--.--So. By. Lv, 1245 *
:' .;:.c".1, Ward, howe.ver, turned suddenly on 600 pAr. Knoxville, Tenn.,_____________________________.________So. By. Lv. 933 *
'I :;: "- SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct 815 a Ar. Cincinnati. Ohio.._________u.____.___________________.Q. & C. Lv. 815 Y
, ; the Indian and feeling his waist anahips .
' said as he extracted a ball from Nos.29 and 30-Pullman Drawing Room and Bu fl'et Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and

r ...:J'>., the man's hip pocket, "Is that your Connections for St. Louis, daily.

! ball"I?don't know<<;! ," said the scion of the Washington New York and Boston. _I No. 13 Between Jacksonville the North and U'eit. So. 11 1_1 1

Shinneooek tribe. On examination the I II ______ 745 p Lv. Jacksonville, So. By...__........_......_..._.__- \r. S 35 a ....... I
t ball had Mr. Travers' private mark I I _______1 300 a Ar. Macon, So. Ky____________________________-Lv. 215 s'-: .
! and was his beyond dispute. The Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations -_____; 5 20 a Ar. Atlanta, So. Ry---------- .----__--________-Lv. 1150 pCIlini
, and cuisine unsurpassed.SEND : .______ 9 45 a Ar. Chattanooga, So. RyQueen Lv..Lv.. I a 15 p|_____
. sphere had bit the Indian and instead _______ 740p Ar Cincinnati, &Crescent------__. i S30 H;______

of rebounding to the turf had fallen FOR BOOKLET.H. -_______ 840 p Lv. Cincinnati, Big Four Route-__________________L V. (-710 a.-__.."
y Into his hip px-ket 7 10 a Ar. Chicago, Big Four Koute. ..
C. AVERY Com'l Agent Jacksoin'ille. ::.::.::: : :::::: = =
,'1'- _______ S 35 P Lv. Cincinnati, Penn. Lines-_--__--___--_____-. \ i 043 a-----_
.. ____ Ar. Pen Lines____ _______________ !
; KAISER'S REWARD TO NEGRO J. 0. WHITNEY, 2d Y. P. &: T.M, W. P. TURNER, G. P. A., u 710 3 Chicago a. --- It.w p----__
i !,,o"r ==- S 015 P Lv. Cincinnati, (. H. Lt D.-lonoDun\r. I 7 11) a;==
GENERAL OFFICES BALTIMORE (D. 723 a Ar. Chicago i C. H. & D,-Mouon______.__ ____Lv. 90'$
:! Wnr.liir.ston Man Received Watch ==== I PI==-- ,
.: For Saving Frederick's Statue. .-- _______ 945 p Lv. Cincinnati, C. H. & D.-Mich. et'ut.uu\r. I 100 a'u.
_______ 520 a Ar. Toledo, C. H. A D.-Mich.! Cent___________ llO V-------;
Emperor William through ,the diplomatic NOTICE.NOTICE Detroit C.H.&D-Mich.

.. ; .. bureau recently presented a ell- pS30 : :

ver watch and chain to George Ellis, a is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at public auction _______ 5553 Ar. PitteburK. Pcuii. Lines__....................Lv Ii Iii v--:

t negro, 'who prevented the destructionof fourth day of September. 1905, in front of the door of the Council Chamber at -_______ -930 p Lv.tincinnati, Big Four_______________________-_. At.- i I-j-650 a .u__.
the statue of l : given to the United States by the emperor amount due for taxes, herein set opposite to the same,together with costs of such sale and advertising ===- 530 P Lv. Lexington; So. Ry.--.-_,..-?....?-..____.._--4 \104.5 a':== .
when a box containing an explosive : u_____ 810 pAr. Louisville, So. Ry.---...---__-____--___--___Lv. 741) a;._.__ J.
&H _______, 73a Ar. St. Louis. So. Ry.___.--_--_____--____--___. -Lv. !10 10 pI___...
&* ",. was thrown at it by Gessler x
!-"i RDSSCUU, the dynamite crank, who was 51 ,; $ Nos. 13 and 14-'The Florida Limited. Daily Solid Vestibule Train. Through Day
afterward arrested In Philadelphia k Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati. I
OWNER. DESCRIPTION OF LAND g w o s ::; :;".. 7;
says a Washington special dispatch to "* g =
t the New York Times. = !':"- =E--. : Xo. 5 Xo. 13[ Botw... Ja<''' 'n.1 K. ... ('It,. \014 Nab .
i h 5 < C oa : i
Rosseau drove .to the Washington: 745 p Lv. Jacksonville Fla, N). Ry________________ \r ,933. .
barracks reservation in a carriage and Unknown----___ Part W J of S E }, Des. D. Bk. "C" ::::::= 520 a Ar. Atlanta, Ga., So. Ry---------_.__________::Lv. ;1150 :::::: i
threw the explosive und"er the statue. page 3.)5-______________ 33 21. 35 4S 5.00 _______ 1145 a Ar. ., So. ---------____--__--____ : 315 p'------:
: C. D. Flood_____________ All S W to county,Block
except comer
_______ 805 Ar. Memphis rco-------________ .Lv. 8: 13 al- ___ I
: Ellis saw smoke coming out of the box 10. Rice's add'u to Titusville.---- 21 3.> 2.64 940 PI Ar. Kansas City, Io., hlsco ... -Ly : pi' ,
_-- __
._____ ______ Titus add'n Titusville- ------- :: -.:- d3 f
and, picking it up on the end of a Unknown. N 1 Block 1, to 21 35 1.40 ::: :.=
Unknown-____________ Lots Sand 9, Block 4, Titus add'n to Nos. 13 and 14-'The Florida Limited." Daily. l
: stick, threw It from him. It exploded, Titusville._____-------___________ 34 21 35 264 EXCELLENT DIMXQ t
stunning Ellis and breaking a number T. N. Decker_____-____ E J Lot 2 and W i Lot 3. Block C_____ 3 22 35 5,1'5 SERVICE. ..
if* of windows in the neighborhood. Unknown.___________-> Part Lots 8. 9 and 10, Des. D. Bk. "L," J. C. LUSK District Passenger Agent, 10SV*.t lUy Street,Jacksonville.fla. t
t., The watch has the emperor's monogram page 260. Block F__________________ 3 22 35 2 64 C.IJ.ACKERTG.M. W.lI.T..UUG.P.\. I
Smith, Lyon & Field.___ Part Lots S And 10. Des. D. Bk. "BB,"
' r Y engraved on the Uick. page 431. Block F_ 3 22 35 1.70 S. H.HAKDWICK.P.T.M. HKOOKS MOKGAX. A, G.I"..\. e f!

Unknown.-----M____ W J Lots and 4. Des. I). Bk. "W," -
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r>* n. >n'h' !. ** .. UHTHE
Baroa Komara at Harvard. page 1M. n ouo. uiv. old Bloc \ 0)0) 3e. -I as '
i When Baron Kouiura *as a student E. H. Rice_----......__. Lot 1, being NT J of Block 5, Des. D.Bk. r
' -c "Y," page316.--- 3 22 35 1.70 The Motor i
F at the Harvard Law school in the class E. H. Rice_____________ E J Lot 2. BlOCk 5, Des. D. Bk. "X,"
I of '77, his classmate and warm friend, page 2."i 8___________________________ 3 22 35 5.4S I
, Baron Kaueko urged him to into Unknown____________ X 40 ft. Lots Sand 9, Block 6...______ 3 22 35 2.34
0 go Lizzie J Tucker_______ Lot 10. Block 29.____u___.._________ 3 33 35 1.30 :
society, many hospitable Boston doors J.T. Davis---------.- Part of NT W 1 of NV J, Des. D. Bk. .
being open to them, says the Boston "}a ." page; 93 or 96___---------____ 3 22 35 2.64 -
i _: Herald. But Komura preferred, as he C. w. Grigg.----------- Lots 5 and 7, Block A, Fisher's aild'n k"ax 1 that Motes !

said to devote his leisure to the study toTitusville____________________ 3 22 3.1 2.64 -
Frank Moore_____*_____ S i Lot 12, Joyuerville add'n to Titus- 4i
; American character American ville__________________--__________ 3 23 35 l.TO
books and to observe American life outside Frank Moore______--___ X 1 Lot 16 and all Lot 17, Joynerville ; ------- --- -- -
I zq, of conventional society, Emersonwas add'n to Titusville_________________ 3 22 35 3.21 :_ -
Frank Moore_ E J Lot 21 and all Lets 22 and 23, Joy. It stands alone lor ellleiencanti
his favorite author, and from his ---T------ y
uervilleadd'ntoTitnsville3 22 35 1.8S A
writing he adopted his motto. These Anna Erving__________ Lot 5. Sub. div. Lot 36, Joynervilleadd'n strength.U .
and other thliiffs that are being said of to Titusville.________________ 3 22 3., 1.30 has plenty of metal
this quiet diplomat and silent man with Susie HaIL____________ Lot 1, Sub. div. Lots 38 to 42. Joyner I anti it is
vile ld'n to Titusville------_____ 3 22 35J. 1.70 where it does the most good. '
::4 keen "observing eyes" are lutorestiiis F. Brown___________ Lot 54, RerdelFsadd'n to Titusville--- 22 35 3.29 at
} to know. It is evident that Komura Ingoing E. G. Harris__________ Blocks 34, 33 and 36 ex. S 100 ft., Blk. : It is perfect in desigu and work.
to wear well upon closer acquaintance. 36, Des. D. B. "0." page 22S. less E I IIUUlsh i It. .
H \. to R. R., Plat Book I, page
: 505.______________________________ 4 22 3.5 4.19 Everything means! something
Jas. a.rli1e-_'-- All Block 45, Plat Book I. page 5051 22 35 1.40 Send
Poison la for
Food D. Caird Lots 5 and 6, Morrow's add'n to Titus. catalogue.
Perhaps you don't realize that many \ yule------------_____________ 4 22 35 3.59E. --------- 4
I pain poisons originate in food, but G. Harris____________ S part Gov. Lot 1, Des. D. Bk. "0."
feel your page 238_________________.________ 4 22 35 2.64 i : ;
some day that you will may convince a you.twinge Dr. of King'sNew dyspepsia Brll dgeport i Bridgeport Machine & Motor Co.,

= Life Pills are guaranteed to cure al VAN T. WORLEY,
\ sickness due to poisons of undigested I j Bridgeport+' Conn.
,*4i' food or money back. 25c. at Red Cross Tax Collector, Town of Titusville, Florida.

Pharmacy. Try"them. Titusville, Fla., Aug. 4, 19Th.y F. N. HITCHCOCK & CO., Agents, Titus Ule, Florida. I





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Rites 'Still Lower.! -...

;L ,To keep pace with the,rates promnhgated

'r? L ( by the Pennsylvania and other .

; eastern roads 'the Michigan Central

r sn .}.. .X. .k YY'rx'4.......... :'S. :': came,down to the ,basis of $16- from. :
d Chicago to New York and Boston. BetterFniits-Better s

Promptly the Grand Trunk,,Erie; Wa- Better peaches apples pears and .. "

bash and Nickle Plate toads put In berries are produced when Potash

new rates on a basis of $14 to New is liberally applied to the soil. To' .. "
insure full ef choicest
a crop, quality,
York and $13 to' Boston in order to use a fertilizer containing not less, t

maintain a differential of $2 to New than 10 per cent actual -

York: and $3 to Boston, Thus the queer
effect was a cheaper rate between Chicago --
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,.. > .t .' 'J'" } 'landeri unobstructed.ttansit 'throughboth't and Boston than between New
> r- Porto Rico'Seeks
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,; ':>1'F"t'IF.'J;: 'n : York and Chicago 'The Michigan Central
,, E1EC11TI\ : '* untr es and an con .Delegates representing slaty-flue municipalities was to make still lower Send for boots of information :"1 f
: ventloaV expected a our practical t . I- .- r : The report of ,the committeewas 1ri' Porto Rico selected i they are not advertising pamphlets booming E
:: accepted rIkJda ; < drop. special fertilizers, but are authoritative ,
brthe from both political parties,, have as- treatises. Sent free forthe aski I.. ,.
y -lI1tii ; : Investigation.In'a Meeting of the Czar:and k l..r., eemblld In convention San Juan and Unwed Oil Trust Supreme. GERMAN MALI *OBKSwVwkUNuuSt. VV j

:' : ., :statementissued; 'by Secretary ,With all Europe Qn;tiptOG of curios: drawn up memorial to congress.. It The .three independent manufacturers -. ., 1

:lfit potthe.l: <,vf\$ uap rte a promise':was complains .of linseed oil at Buffalo-Spencer Atlanta G2ft *.-
ity andexpectancy at the critical,moment that the power of the executive South Bnwd
? 4; 1:m a4f.the'' publlc_that in the investifCation preceding the peace conferenceand ,council appointed by the presidentIs Kellogg Mann Bros, and Hauenstein Ktreet. i f(

<, ; (the Bennington'' gunboat dlsK & Co.-have closed their factories owing
following the Kemstvo congress' still preponderant. It proposes that
1i.cater_ '''nobody 'should be _whitewashed! to the monopolistic methods of the ,
the people Russia Emperor *
appeal to of. ; a. senate be organized with two members -
{f the service be that American Linseed Oil #
;..a ; d"t promised' William of, Germany, on board from each of seven districts and company, con-
A :nobody;;should be made a ..scapegoatHe trolled by Rockefeller interests The
the Hohenzollern, .and Czar Nicholas that the heads of departments be nam- ;1

M;;. *, ; said that, the department was not on the Polar Star, held a secret confer: ; ed, by the' president with the consentof Independents say that the trust has so existence of such a being, for there Is l--'
l'V fjei to make statement to much flaxseed hand that are
ready they
any as on
Ub' in the gulf of Finland. Numerous this senate. Municipal autonomy Is a power back of the effort toward
>the..;possible; or'probable cause' made afraid to buy. About 1,000 men
-h guesses have been about also desired. The movement was in- righteousness which gi"es'etrcct to it w
} .Paul JoneV' Body at Annapolis this interview of which said that thrown out.of work by this shutdown.
s : most itiated by Mayor Todd of'San. Juan beyond our finite power. The formof
: ;i(11{ Oil';.the arrival of Admiral Sigsbee's the kaiser had advised peace and re with a view to stemming the tide of Largo Steel Earnings. theism he cannot use, but accepts

:;; 1 ti.ineet; at<'Annapolis the,.body: of John forms. anti-American feeling. One result was The quarterly report of the United the content As to creeds, Dr. Adler

-.:" ft '''aulonea was transferred to a temp Balfour,R.f.ulea to Quit the organization of the Porto Rico Mu- States Steel corporation showed net contends that' as Opposed to the scien-

poiar"'rtcelvJDI vault In the NavalJacademy Premier Balfours answer to the ma nicipal league, headed by Mayor Todd. I earnings of $30,305,116 as comparedwith tific certainty of agnosticism there is e

grounds with full honors due' jority ;dote .sod by the opposition Senator .Mitchell Sentenced.At $23,1_3S96 for the preceding a moral certainty based on truth necessarily

-;:' ? to ail admiral. The lead coin in was that the government refused to resign quarter. The regular dividend of 1% inferred from moral experience

VVV 1 t1trbleb'the body rested for more.than a on the ground that the vote was Portland, Ore., United States Sen- per cent was declared. and in affirming the existence ofa i'

lIt" }r 'century"In a: French cemetery had been inconclusive. For holding on to officehe ator John H. Mitchell was sentencedto Erie Second Preferred Pays. higher power he takes a step beyond t
a fine of $1,000 and to
recased.ln oak and thls was pay serve
} \ coffin
'vx ; an the
J: criticised the Lib- agnostic. '
by .
:1,, was bitterly The directors of the Erie railroad )
six: months imprisonment for having

t' : : .eovered the with remains,American' be,In InterredermanenUy about eral and Irish leaders, although It was used his office to further the law practice have declared a 4 per cent dividend on Hindoo Here With a Mission. <:

x'tvyear are apparent to all that the government of the firm of Mitchell & Tanner. the second preferred stock of the P.; Ramanathan, .a wealthy and exalted c, .
lathe of the ,
; ,\ crypt new could etill command a majority with The execution of the sentence was deferred company, the first ever paid. This was Hindoo missionary has arrived :

f r. i; abbey .now under:eonstruetfon at the due opportunity for assembling Its pending a review of the case in addition to the usual 4 per cent on at New York to attend the religious "
:1' there to become tbe I
Naval 'academy .
t. forces in the _house by the supreme court, and Mr. Mitchellis first preferred. President Underwood conference at Greenacre, Me., and to .lq i
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center of of immortals
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.t, American Japan Welcomes Taft. : free under $2,000 ball In pronouncing announced that all the legislation bad begin a series of lectures in American i V

.ri .: history, The people 9f Japan have accorded a ; the sentence Judge D. Haven said been obtained necessary to enable the cities. This Hindoo lawyer is a leader ,

'_ J f: Ths" JUlY Immigrant ,Record tremendous and unprecedented welcome that hqhad, given consideration to the company to. prqgeed with extensive. of the Tamil race in Ceylon, has been J: J

ti i'b. .The department of commerce reports to Secretary of War Taft 'and age of the defendant mitigation of improvements, Including the building educated In England and is looked up. i

J.'iF. that 112,315?Immigrants entered the his party, including the president's punishment also to the ,fact that he of new terminals at New York and Jer- to by his people as a knower of God, 'i 1 1

J: ports.o.t the United States during the daughter, upon their arrival at To- is forever disqualified from holding oface. sey City. or, Brahma Juan His lectures will be ;

$ month of June an increase of nearly I Ijfl1" the of faith. He alms to :
i-: w' kyo. Signs of,cordiality were displayed The maximum penalty is two Railway Sugar War Spreads. upon unity
., : ,' 57,000 compared with June of last' everywhere, and every possible years and $10,000 fine.flEGALCRIMINAL. show the harmonization of the Christian 1j.f
The announcement of big cut iu I !.
.;,.. year.' It Is notable that 300 Chinese mark of honor and affection was and Indian religions. For thirteen I i

? F:jf, were admitted thus showing the effect shown, even'to the opening of the private sugar tariffs by the Southern Pacific years he has been solicitor general for :

't B': of the more lenient policy. mikado. I company and the Atchison Topeka & the British throne at Ceylon.
n" gardens of the, Fe from 50 28 centsa
: Santa -namely, to r
,:zr :::- OarUr to Remain Governor. Nordau Heads Zion Congrese.
Cotton! Leak Witnesses flee. hundred from San Francisco to the
f --j ., After a conference with the president Max Xordau, the famous French ,
Just grand jury Investigation Mississippi- suddenly extended the
Governor Carter of I POLITICALDouglas ] as the bas, been elected
li.-k: at Oyster Bay, &t the agricultural department's fraud areaof the railroad sugar war which criminologist, president -
Ft t' Hawaii said.that the president would of the seventh congress of Zionists -
cases had got under way it became has been developing for some time. '
'not his and had at Basle Switzerland. Over a
resignation per ,
, -. ..... accept Shy of. Presidency.In known that John Hyde, former statis- This means that the Spreckels-! interests :
suaded him to remain at his post He thousand delegates were present from
, y ." explaining to a committee of Dem- Uclan of the department had got away are up in arms against the combination V I
has still three to serve. twenty-two countries.
tN.l>.:' .. .." years ocrats why be could not change.his from two agents of the secret service of eastern and southern roads *

4 JC" resolution against a second candidacy. and had sailed for Europe, while the with the American Sugar Refining company Cures Sciatica.

, :> ,1. FOREIGNKomura t t'i Governor Doug former associate statistician. Holmes or the trust. Cuts in the whole- Rev W. L. RileyL.L.D.CubaX.Y., :r

r r.r las of Massachusetts was; believed to have fled to Canada. sale price of' sugar have already been writes: "After fifteen days of excruciating I -

said One disclosure, made by the investigation announced In this war the eastern pain from sciatic rheumatism, under '

_ : at New YerU. that It he ran was that the woman mentioned independent refiners are In league with various treatments, Ifag induced to try

,;/r-?' I Baron Komura foreign minister and he would be reelected as having extraordinary power in the Mr. Spreckels. Ballard's! Snow Liniment; the first application V J

: ,! chief plenipotentiary of Japan, on ) and that department was found to have bor- giving my first relief, and the

.' reaching New York with.his suit was there was already rowed money extensively from Hyde Mutual Reserve Now Under Fire. second entire relief. I can give it unqualified -

: The report of General Examiner recommendation." 25& oOc. .
officials ,
i l' met by; the resident Japanese talk of on notes indorsed by Holmes. At the
t of merchants. i'anderpoel of the New York depart and 100. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy i
; and a group booming aim tor same time the resignation of Mrs. Bertha -
ail and Eau Gallie Pharmacy Eau GallicFla
J "k Sneaking for the baron. Mr. Sato said president of the : Burch. who was stenographer to ment of insurance on the status of the if
::!l4;:.: futthewar'had- already cost 570,000' Unlted'States in Mr. Hyde was accepted by Secretary Mutual discloses Reserve Life startling Insurance irre Jarl-association -LOW RATES- l

4: '; men. ,. of whom 370.000 were Russians case of his reelection Wilson. She Is said to have been the '
I' "fJ. :: ties. The commission of $227,660.67 V ,
of -FOR-
Tl Japanese expenditure money
e with the behind the
as governor woman power
estimated $700,000,000, and ,it paid for securing a membership of the .
:f':.- .t: was ; A of Massa throne during Hyde's administration. Northwestern is shown to SPECIAL OCCASIONSVIA ;
d t, :; was*the intention. of Japan to ask an chusetts. Th e Frederick: A. Peckham and Moses company < I
""'f> all losses rather have gone to third parties and not to ,
3 & indemnity to cover S .
" possibility of his Haas, New York cotton brokers re-
of withdrawal from the Northwestern Itself and the persons SOUTHERN RAILWAY I
.than the assurance fused questions put by District -
being nominated to answer
4r thug reinsured have not receivedany
Govern Dougias
.r- ; the disputed territory. and electedto Attorney Beach and were required benefit from the premium paid by Two Trains: Daily East, Leave Jacksonville + .

?-f Baron Komura Is regarded as one of.Japan's the chief magistracy of the nation i to show cause why they should not be them. 9:10 a. m,, 7:55 p. m.

, greatest was iilm and to his: family punished for contempt They refused CJII OR AtlauticCitvN.J.andreturn. te f ;

f?'. statesmen, all ; hence he must do all that was pos- even to admit that they were acquainted Shaping Up the Equitable. Qtt fly On sale daily; limited Oct. 31, .
the more because With the formal election of Paul
'",.;'if. ; he is not of one df Morton as president of the Equitable j.:
New Philadelphia Prober. Investigating Town Topics. 7K Bar Harbor, Maine, and re-.
c. _T the four feudalI Life Assurance society that great ,
;c 1 The examination of the books of the v turn. On sale daily; limited 1 'I
Major Cassius Gillette of the
'' clans and has army financial institution entered on the
..; Town Topics company by the New Oct. 31, 100:>. !.
: -t forced his way engineer corps, the man who unearthedthe final stage of its house cleaning. Mr.
harbor York law authorities not only disclosed I QQO QA Buffalo, X. Y., and return. r ;
\ upward on merit Savannah contract frauds and Morton himself is to receive a salary (JUfliOU) Tickets sale 8 9 limited t
: a long list of prominent men wom- 'I on July W, i
has been chosen the head of the board
In his youth of $80,000 a Instead of the $100
i': \ : ,who had paid large sums for a sub- year .July 15th. Can be extended to Aug.
: '"' he, was sent to 'of three engineers to investigate the en the unpublished society 000 drawn by his predecessor, thus 01, 100.). I ;
i:!::; Harvard unlver.aity'by McNichol nitration contracts and other scription which
submitting to the 20 per cent cut
. 'ffg.-. '.: V book known as "Fads and Fancies, $RI 4ft Saratoga Springe, N. Y., and i
: ';-if .' V his government public works In the city of Philadel but also implicated Justice Deuel Inferentially has been applied to the salaries of ((0yT' IU return. On gale: daily; limited
for five phia. His detail to this work was due other officials. At the time the I
; :'::: ', by showing that he had same Oct. 31, 100; !
} f'C.d On his to the influence of Secretary Root. In of James W. Alexander
(. years. been receiving a salary of $1,200 from resignation flfl Waflhin,ton, D. C and return., i-j
; here the this move Is seen the hand of the administration and Mr. Morton resignedas $$3rJ'V/V
. <.;, way the company( presumably for legal advice. was accepted Limited Oct. 31, U}();). t
-7-". -' .,jl baron resolutely in favor of the reform chairman of the board which position
: Colonel W. D. Mann, the proprietor I
Two Trains Daily West Leave Jacksonvilleat
:: ,
..'' "-.' /I' declined to discuss forces. With Mr. Gillette will be associated sheet was abolished. It was generally
; ;; of the alleged blackmailing 7:45: m. and 7:55 m.
, ;11" p. p.
;;; the war, William Barclay Parsons and and asserted agreed that hereafter It would be Improper -
> : home from Europe
" 'fit A' :: Baron Komura. but said that John D. McClennan. The department that got all of these various transactionswere for the directors to engage in E Hi,.H.) Knoxville, Tenn. and return. :

s .L-, .Japan was full of hope and that the of public safety has brought out additional -, strictly legal Incidentally be remarked syndicate or other transactions involving Tickets! on sale July 8, 9,15,1'JOJ i!

world would gain by her conflict evidence of bogus voting in various Roosevelt the society's funds. A radical cut limited 15 days. Extension by deposituntil
\1 :,;,:. that both President sept.o,190.x., ; '
J.>"J' ''' with Russia. He said that victory parts of the city. One man who and ex-Presidont Cleveland had sent in pensions was made.J. .

;j!: ' for three things-namely, has brought suit against the cTickets on sale'July 20, 30, limited -
:, :_ F. : people except voted ,right along. be included in tbe book. This was August 10th 190..

l. :f' :>" a .Just; quarrel a pure public service Extra Seeeion Nov 11. contrary to the denial Issued for the society asking the appointment of a ,
\ and simple life. The so called yellow receiver for the Equltable's assets anda C'lfi 'of(, Monteaglf, Tenn., and return.Vl"'W .
' 4s' f';' .i. a wholly the creation of the It was announced at Oyster Bay that president at Oyster Bay. The books of winding up of the society's affairs I Jnh 14, 15.17U;!. !), fi.7. Limit

>-7 !;.{ f) peril was the president had decided to call an the Smart Set company, owned by the Aug. 31, 1905.! Extension Oct. 31, 190.tI .
" the part of some Interested It is reported that Thomas F. Ryan is
' Imagination
; 'ii : extraordinary session of congress be- Town Topics people, were also Inspected -
: ; of Europe. The baron illegally conducting the business of the \' tI OJ return. i
!f( ; people Takabira ginning :SOlL This will be after by the district attorney. It was estimated of his purchase of 91 ', sale dailyIllLimit Oct. :31, 1903.t r .
lf by Minister society by reason
; the president's southern trip. The that the eighty persons who e
'th other peace envoy, went promptlyto the Hyde stock. ) ? Hot Spring?, Ark., and return.c.'J .
i :; to "Fads and Fancies"had
N message is expected to lay stress upon had subscribed
On sale 18
July 1-15
Bay. Aug. Sept.
at Oyster
i:V: to meet the president President Roosevelt the necessity of railway legislation given' up 140000. ;5 19; limit 60 days; extension for 90 days.
j. :: During the attention to the Panama canal needs Another Stay For Patrick. l L RELIGIOUSAdler's I
Cars. Service la Carte.
, '" x that the envoys ask their countryto Dining a
,, ,. urged and the Chinese boycott. Judge O'Brien of the New York courtOf
?;f ; grant an armistice or at least stop Slt I >epin ear reservations and detailed \
, for
i : ; nbstilities pending the outcome of the La Follette on Rockefeller. appeals has granted a motion a Idea of God. information cheerfully furnished upon

, > conference. I In an address at the Galesburg (Wte.) stay of execution for a reargument of Expressing dissatisfaction with the application. Passenger office 108 Vet

:: peace Cbautauqua Governor La Follette of the case against Albert T. Patrick condemned existing "mush of religious sentiment" Bay street, Telephone j-tt:

iI-: -Swedish. Ministry Resigns. by1"1ft. Wisconsin said that.the representative to death for the murder of and with the "vague, blurred outlinesof I J. C. LISK, Dist. Pa'i!. A:?t.,

' p After the committee appointed William Rice. This is the th':d deayn the greatest of all subjects : Jarkstmvilh>, Fla.
character of our government was in thought on ,
the riksdag to deal with the separa- the execution of Patrick's death sentence his -- --'--
Adler in
.. than at time beforein Professor Felix
against the greater peril any CASTO X.A. .
had reported has been confined in "
tion crisis while he
: the its history. He insisted that the Illinois : latest book, "The Religion of Duty, Bear the It.a hnd'loa Hal 9 Aina13 I 61ujht8igCature !
r the government
? ..' bill proposed by the death house, at Sing Sing for the three beliefs which he cannot d
office. The comIf' law of freight rates was not be'lug I IHOWS're.R'3

.It.o-'i,', Cabinet relinquished willing to negotiate with enforced and said be would like the past three years. give up while retaining a courageous of -J-# ._
: mlttee was Hoch Reprieved. are, "The
: Murderer attitude toward life. They
of hanging Stuyvesant president -
If the newly
Iir \ 'l'' Norway for a separation should request a repeal of the Illinois Central for obliging Just as the march to the gallows In idea of righteousness the Idea that Justice -

r \i;; -elected storthing the Chicago jail was about to beginfor will gain the ascendant and that
the act of union or If such requestwere the people to submit to such inferior Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets )
: ,
: it-' in things.
Hoch convicted of sublime
, Johann mur there is a purpose
of accommodations. Of John D.
made after a plebiscite A Busy Hsdioiao for BII3yl'90pe.Brings !
, ='-'A., he had this to "Rocke- dering one of his numerous wives. He believes that there is a higher being Beaewei
rY :tk people bad declared in Rockefeller say: QolLa Health and Vigor.
; divine reality in
offered to ultimate
r';.Y Certain terms of separa'rtlon feller Iilots of money, but he U in Mrs. May Wilson supplythe "an A swclflc fiirConstipatirra.! Inlijeition, Live
of It.
: .favor money necessary for an appeal to things. but this being "is not a man. and Kidney Troubles Pim lp><. Enema, Impure
"';);io were proposed by" the committee all kinds of business strangling and Blood. Bad Breath.. Slavish l : Bo A els. HeaJach-x
i> did not make the
The she it
was he or
i"U the higher court. hanging Is not or
tile'establishment of a tone throttling one after another, and if he and Backarhp. It's Rxy M uotaia Tea in tab.
gf: t including free from then delayed two hours for communi- world as a carpenter makes a tableor let form. 3.. cents .1 box Gfbio inaJe by t.
\ on each side of the frontier I could live a million years he could not On EOU.ISTER Para COMPANY, 5Ia lisou,TVis. ,
who a bouse.
': with Governor Deneen architect
cation as an
< l
of pasturing crimes
right for the committed by
: fortifications, expiate GOLDEN RUSSETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLEf' -
f } Swedish Lap- later granted a reprieve of thirty days. moral grounds only be assumes the '
;t.< .; reindeer in Norway by robbing his competitors.

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'.l>; .s5h"q""'t/pv $. Oaptf: 1' -1 !: ,_ : -nua-<:jwn block A.TitoaTille, is reduced from$1000 ''I'

N'. :. !:,: alto.,wai faffed at Atlanta: Tuesday:HU totOOa. "0 T T'I
'1 t-ii ';, """"' good dwdfl win long r. follow::'' after him\and i..4n the matter of B.
4 -$:t'ii!' ; f } :
sauna Bass to sell liquors, wines and beer inprecinctNo4j
= ichleamebts9wil1?
: \hislifeindhis ..
.' ft. ; Baa Gallie, the same wu
1 I a? to i.:blai most eiadurioglSonameni.i3 ." postponed un 1:30 p..m.t for compari-
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; with list.
r. on : registration ,
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=fM' .The J# n government has recently3iu Resolved that ail paupers without' ex-
? ception'arecrequired'to; .come :to the I
>' j i in thircoontry for T.
: ptaeedraeh't orders .
1 1 -* = connty poor farm.f .
} ;: .350 steel bridgesISO. railway 1 locomotives ..!Mes&ew Miot and Wooten are 'appointed +

;; 11 'fi .anaJgOOOcara, btie"ahippedtoMaactiu.'f -. a committee to purchase a male or a '

i' .ria,, .Thenat nala will be':used, on theManchutiaa' horse. to be need on the county poor farm.. } f
; > .from the Reeolved! ,That we the entire board ofcounty
railroad, captured
'' '
"' : : ,.commissioners visited the'poor
; <. '. Boenans. This large order for railway' : farm and found everything well kept,the -

:l" gnpplies!ie..regarded;'.Direct; evidence premises. clean and in good sanitary condition I : I I 4 :
tbat'Jajnbae: ,.no Jnte Uop. of getting There is about 'iseven or--eight + i
[Y' : : acres of land under cultivation;and the
. ;-:- .: .+out of.Manchuria, following'-the concto't. i
i( : crop of sweet potatoes and other stuff I

j; *!..... "." .[. .eion of peace.. looking fine.. In talking with the inmatesof I I j ) ,
?I1ft.'t'. the favn'they all speak well of the i

; ..;i :. -' The,school board, (Brevard .county place, and are J loud in their praise of the

was reorganized first of this week; by management and speak in the highest j
:; termBof Mr,.Prevatt, who is in' charge. ... / tl jJ
;t. /,..:_..'i-.: the election. of Mr.'R.;E.. Mima as''chair The board also wishes to congratulate 1iiiET I

,- ._ '. man. Mr, Mims and Mr... E. 3. Arnold Mr.'Prevatt on his faithfulness and good J

:';< if.. {, \ are. the newly appointed members. to'constitute management of his charge. '
'!1:" ;;. bond of I
' Notary public Harry W.
{;:,\ a fall "board? With Mr. A..J.. Carter Christian was approved. Miss MISS -

.:."' gyp;%&;G ", 'and Superintendent. J.,, R, Walker. Mr. In the matter of petition of Everett E. '-r Y I
'... -.;.1: .. Mims' extended experience .as ;superintendent Bass to sell liquors in election district IieIen : --

t 4-: ,.... of our public schools eminently No. 4, Etu Gallia, it is ordered by the \ Rolf :_ Riley. .
board that the be received and
fit- ;r- .J fits him for the responsible ,which lished according same to law. Final action pub-to I

t' : : he now baa the'honor of. filling. be taken-at the next meeting of the board. __ > .
.?",1u,. .. ,... '
". \ Application\ of F. A. Losley to sell irregularities, which brought on hv..

; ,f' Some years when there was yellow wines, beer and liquors in district No. 2 WOMEN WHO SUFFER terra and made me a physical wreck. I

f '. fever in the south the government 13 received and the same ordered published the different school
; trird doctors from *
according to law. ,
1-. .J established fumigating plants for mails Application of R.-. L. Motlow to edit Listen to What Dr. Hartman Pro of medicine: ,but without any percept!" I.

-. ;' and every letter and'newspaper sent oat wines, beer and liquor in District No. 2 poses to Lo fur You Without, change in my condition. In my dc-.psr

):fs:: :<, from infected points was punctured full\ was received and ordered published according -' Charge I called on an old nurse, who advisedme
to jaw.Application to try Peruna, and promised good
f : of little holes in ordeb that the sulphur
.. : .: ,
% ; of R. L. Motlow to sell Doubtless hundreds of thousands of results if I would persist and take it
t- ',.Z .- fumes might have free circulation through wines, beer and liquors in election district women all over the United States have J Miss Muriel Armitage regularly. I kept this up for six months
the Nothing of the sort is No. 4 received and ordered
;,' packages was pub seen Dr'-Hartu\a.n's\ offer In the papers' and steadily gained strength and health,
'&: .. f c c being done now. Mails are being hand lished according to law. how he:has undertaken to treat-every'I fand when I had used fifteen bottles I
... .. In the of '
matter settlement of road
: con-
: r\ led promptly without mutilation.i The woman suffering with form of of The Hartman Sanitarium,Columbus,
" tracts Xos. 2, 3 and 10 awarded, Tom any ; '' considered myself entirely cured. 1 am
I ,>,: : . 'mosquito theory has caused the change. Snell, the amount of f 685 has been paid female disease who.will. write to him, Ohio. I[ a grateful,happy woman to-day.=Mies

k:::., .Since mosquitoes cannot be transmitted up to this date. Further settlement of fce of charge. Mrs. Senator Roach, of Larimore, N. I Muriel Armitage. #
c ia deferred To those who have not heard of this it Dak.; Mrs. Senator Warren, of Chey- Riley
1. (;.. alive in letters ,and( papers there is no eame until the next meetingof Miss Lucy M. ,S3 Davenport 5t*
'(- need for the mail. the board. may be said that Dr. Hartman is a physician enne, '';;yo.; Eelva Lockwood and Mrs. Cleveland, Ohio, writes; +
. On motion the following)) vouchers were and Burgeon of great renown in j jmedicalcircles General Lon;street, of Washington D. "I wfch to add my indorsement to _

.. \i' approved and audited and warrants ordered especially the treatment _. C., are among the prominent ladies who thousands of othr women who have
The special tax bdistrict to be drawn for the same August8th of thoselieacs which ,women indorse Peruna.
been cured through the use of Peruss.
i passed off very quietly on Tuesday, and, 1905.
GENERAL FUND. alum have to - aa was anticipated, a very light vote was I has arranged to answer all letters write
t W. R. Walker, county com_________...f 8.00J. ; backache, and when weary or wor:\.tl
a, polled in all the six precincts the vote inI R. Mint, county com. and mileage_ 16.80R. that are sent to him from women "Several times during the past two in the least 1 had prolonged headache

i Titueville: being only I 15. The returns A. Conkling co. com. and mileage 25.60 troubled with any form of female weakness years or more my system has been I am now in perfect health, enjoy life

4 : s will be officially. canvassed tomorrow. J. F. Wooten co. com.and mileage___ 8.00 free of charge, giving the benefitof greatly in need of a tonic, and at those all have neither ta ache or path, thank: *
T. J. Cockshutt, co. com. and 'mileage. 4.80 '
VVK'C- Nearly every ballot cast, it is reported, A. A.Stewart accountant__.....___ 30.00J. knowledge: which has cost him forty times Peruna has been of great help in' to Peruna."-Lucy M. Rlloy.

was i in favor of the special tux, so that the P. Brown waiting on board...__.. 22.00 years to accumulate.The building up the system, restoring my If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory
A. A. Stewart min. for .... medicines ho prescribes are within "
cop pub. 1000D. appetite and securing restful sleep. r'c.uts from the use of Peruna
;'r: 10 mill school tax this district will have L.Gaaltien, saL pros. atty_________ 33.33A. the reach of any woman, and she can Helca Rolof. ,
write at
a will guarantee the best of schools and also D. Penney salary co.judge-____- 25.00P. once to Dr. Hartman, giving &
A. McMillan sending tax notices-= 12 .00 ;et'them at any drug store. I Miss Muriel Armitage, 36 GreenwoodAve. full statement of your case and he will

keep us out of debt' for it will provide' J. 0. Fries,surveying_.._..__.____.._ 5 00 All she required to do is to send her ., Detroit, Mich., District; Organ be pleased to givetyou* his valuable advice -
i- over $5,000 for the maintenance of the W. 8. Norwood. sal sup. reg_.....____ 15.00J. prune and address! together with her izer of the Royal Templars of Temperance gratis.
P. Brown janitor_....___._______ 5.00J. .
scholastic duration of. !e!:'!e.:;; alcle..
the symptoms writes
schools for present year. .'P. Brown, jailor-----_____________ 80.00 I, 0.rllresa r.s follows: I AiY.rrra DlIartmm, President of
\ This we believe\ is as it should be, for in Titugv lle Electric Light CCK, lighU. 21.SO Dr. S. J3. HarMnnn. ]', -n* : I euffcntl for live years with uterine The Ilurtmr. Raii.tariiim.t '> h
is order to secure the best Results the school l Chai Fulton, painting roofs jail etc.._ 23.05E. -
L. Brady & Brot. adse for jail.2.60 I
4_ 'i fund of a county should never be iu debt. Jas Pritchard & Son mdse. for jaiL_ 9219 j. L. MOBLEY; RUNS' LIKE A CLOCK"
Y Red Cross Phar., mdse. for jail,_______ 5.00 ,
a The impression seems to *k be gaining Mrs. Dora Deisuer, board for pauper___ 2.00 TITUSVILLE, FLA.,
S The Florida Star, ad.L for work
'. ground that a treaty between Russia and roads.-------------__.*-___._____pub.____ 30.00 Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kalsoniining Davis Acetylene Gas Generator
Staining,- Finishing and PaperHanging
will be the The Florida Star, pub. boundaries co. JcL
Japan negotiated by peace comrs___________._____._.___.__.. 30.00 at the most reasonable price
commission. The chances are, however, East Coast Advocate advt. pub weap. 9.60 consistent with good workmanship. Feeds

y' R. _____ ___________
: that an agreement will not be made Bowler,ferryman -- :3 00
; N Gedder, ferryman_____-__________ 10.00 Work anywhere on the East Coast!
promptly. Of late there has been little E. W. Dunn, cook poor farm_________ 1200 solicited.
-.1: said about armistice. and it might E. L. BjaJy, mdsn. poor farm, ________ 28.49 Specially Let me know what Lump I0r4rr
E you want !get my estimate on it.
Jas. Pritchard & Son mdse. farm. 1410
'*- naturally be supposed that the plenipo- Red Cross Phar.. med. for poor farm.. 2.35J. Prompt attention given to all work.:
*.- tentiaries would give their attention immediately F. Prevatt.'salary supt. poor farm. 45.00
A. A. Stewart, of deL taxes Jane Carbide;
but it is rep. Ii
to arranging one; possible and July_________'____________:.____ 2.00J. The Alpine Cottage
that neither side desires an ar M. Osban, horse hire poor farm.... 4.50 ,
mistice. A victory by either army would A.A. Stewart, cert copies of sentences Under the of Mrs. Kate : wI; -I
for sheriff...__________._____.______ 450 management Gas ,
have a powerful influence on the peace A. A. Stewart, chIt and verifying tax Myers, assisted by F. A. Lesley,

negotiations, but it is hardly probable rept. and tax certs_________________ 18.00J. TITUSVILLE BETWEEN YOU AND RUIN
S : P. Prevail, paying way on train for FLA. by fire stands the perfect protection of
t %. that the oppoeing armies will give battle pauper__..___._.___...._...__...___ 2.75 Yield fire insurance. The flames have no terror -
yi' during the time the peace treaty is being A. A. Stewart, recording financial stat 3.00 Daily or Weekly Board. for if
f considered. A.. A. Stewart, recording_______T___. 3.50 you you carry a policy in a good
Fs ,.. J. R. Walker & Co., mdse.poor farm_ 3530 House Newly Furnished. company.
J. R Walker& Co., mdse for jaiL____ 125 Larger. THE FEELING of SAFETY
TO BRING GERMAN HELP. T.T. Wetmore, ice fur clerk's office___ 1.30 Everything First Class. alone is worth the cost of the insurance.

Road Fond District No 1. Acetylene the light of the future. It Let us write .
The Florida Help Supply company, a you a policy today. There
B. B Laroche. road work_____________ 10.00i. Location: Hopkins street, near Julia. has past the experimental stage. Over is no telling what will happen at
z corporation in Jacksonville\ for the purpose Hardee, road work_____________ 15.00 100,000 generators in use in the United and it is better to be safe than any moment '
of bringing to Florid German help J. W. Carlisle, road work________.____ 60 00 States. than sorry.
1 N. M. Fish, road work_______________ 4.05F. BOBBINS Cheaper ,coal gas, electricityor MORGAN & WALTON,
:r" of all kinds was organized Monday.The H. Boye. road work________._______ 21)67 kerosene. Every generator guaranteed TIT -SVILLE, FLORIDA.
company's foreign representative, Henry Carlisle, road work____________ 45.00 to work satisfactory. Use for heating,
Mr. Hahn will leave at for Germany East Coast Lumber & Sup. co., lumber. 24 04 & GRAHAM cooking and illumination.E. .
once J. W. O bau, road work_______________ 7500
where he will ta'gin the work of Road Fund District Xo. 2. CO., W. AMSDEN, OBMO.VD,

ti securing competent servant girls, and he Howard L. Holmes, road work_______ 60.00S. (Incorporated. Paid np Capital $25,000.00.) Circulars and Agent for list the East Coast.

expects the first instalment to reach Jacksonville T. Lip a.lmb, road work____________ 20.00 This landsin price on application.
Vf. P.Arnold road work___-_____1__ 1.75 company owns u
i. ,2' before the 15th of October. Mr. the Indian River Coun-
< Hahn has been instrumental in getting Special Road Fund District Xo. 2. try,on the St. Lncie River, THE
r ,J_ N. M. Fbh. road work__..________-_. 100.41 at New River, and Biscayne
on -
1 thousands uf German girls into tie northwest HASBROUCKMOTOR
Special Road Fund District Xo. 3. Bay.

eS and he says that householders will N. M. Fish, road work_........_...... 34 63
have no occasion to complain about ser- tIAMEW.tBDaS 1TXD. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. : : '
: j1 1l '.
vants if they secure a German-girl. T. A.Robinson, game warden________ 40.00 Send for land list. START EASIER, RUNS STEADIER, ,,. :I

f It is declared that there are no servants FINE AND FORFEITURE FfXD.: OFFICES ; GIVES GREATER EFFICIENCY pr 11 I-

who are equal to these German girls for J. M. Sanders crim. pros_____________. 5.98 'I
Y' J. P. Brown. com. on l fines..__________ 15 03 TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. and uses LESS GASOLINE per horse J :
cleanliness and good cooking. Besides Van Floyd, witness P. court__.-__ 1.00J. power than any other engine made.
;-'. .;_ cooks,there will be nurses, washerwomen, P. Brown, crim. pros. J. P. court.__ 31.35 EAST COAST MEAT MARKET We continually demonstrate this.
' W. S. Rhodes, witness J. P. _____
court 1.00 -;
ti : housemaids and other)kinds of help. 8 to 300 horse power. "#,,'
Will Alexander witness J. P. court_. 100J. '
f Letters have been received, says the C. Gibert, crim. pros. J. P. court___ 4.00 0.1'. DUBEN Agent Special Light High Speed sizes from A
Jacksonville :Metropolis from leading J. P. Brown, crim. pros. county court 67.15A. 20 to 250 horse power. BRUSH WITH SAVAGESis
A- Stewart crim.pros. co. ct_______ 5.80D. : a novelty. The higher the civilization
.; 4. \cities in Florida and other southern states L.Gaolden convict fees co.ct._____ 15.00 Florida and Benj. W. Jerome, the larger the number of brushes in uses

y" seeking to secure help that is to be obtained FEEDING PRISONERS FUND.J. Judging by the demand here our custo

4. by the above company. P. Brown, feeding prisoners..__.. 179.70 WesternMeats STATE AGENT mers have reached a high state of refine-

"' In addition to servant girl help the On motion the board adjourned to meet WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. of meDt. Every day we sell more and more
I company will supply male laborers for again on the first Monday in September, excellent
1905 at 8:30 a. m. Also State Agent for TOOTH BRUSHES, HAIR BRrSHf S
railroads,saw mills and turpentine camps, BATH BRUSHES ,
and will also conduct a general emigration Sick headache results from a disordered
EEC LONDON MOTOR Perhaps the fine
COYPUY'STWOCYCLE quality has had
condition of the stomach and is some
the colonization quickly of all Kinds
: business especially cured by Chamberlain's Stomach and thing to do with it-perhaps its the price.

of Holland farmers on Georgia'and Flori- Liver Tablets. For sale by Red Cross MOTORS Anyway, all purchasers are well plea-rd,

da lands. Pharmacy. TITUSVILLE,. FLORIDA. 3 to 12 b. RED CROSS PHARMACY
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IO.8-; .!I...4,holes for 8-in. ware 20X21 i 14 1424* HO. 7-15, 4 holes, for 7-inch ware 15x15 10 ,17, $6.00'_ ; .

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',V ry handsome ornamentation. Cut top, extra long fire box The most attractive' and elegant low Firebacks guaranteed .: .... J
'1 Nickel oven door plate Full size fire door priced stove ever produced Heavy basket grate ..'. .
!ffk' Extra: heavy covers and centeR Draw out and swing hearth : Largest oven and oven racks for size stove Extra large fire box ";:. ;: .
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't. Heavy front grate Outside oven shelf changeable ever made New style oven door kicker = ;
1, j n rode on outride of stove Ovens and oven racks made to fit regular Round goose neck flues o. r

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I child so far as infant feeding is as an Agonizing Burns SPECIAL EXCURSIONS.

i( lOORiSS 10 IHi PEOPLE Of nORIDA to not use cows' milk at all. are instantly relieved, and perfectly

milk, which must he sterilized to of Florida healed by Bucklen's Arnica Salve. C. Merchants. and Miners Transportation <

$$.:;_r jitaMiirc' *That Are Very Essential to. Per- its preparation for canning, is a a mos- Rivenbark, Jr., of Xorfolk, Va., writes: company have announced special excur- i
article for food to bottle fed little de "I burnt knee dreadfully that it sions from Savannah
ijas* felt Health at This Season. my to Baltimore and
, ffs as condensed milk is graded in the mos- blistered all over. Bucklen's Arnica Salve
-{f' y -Apropos to the yellow fever situation, sugar, it is very easy to find out lessened stopped the pain and healed it without a Philadelphia and return, leaving &1\'au- ; ,

;- ; Dr, J.Y. ,Porter state health officer, has particular.brand will agree with that por scar." Also heals all wounds and. sores, nah Aug. 19th at 7:00 p. m. ;

:'rt > '. issued the following address to the people CAKE IX EATING. wells are 25c. at Red Cross Pharmacy. The steamer Lexington sailing to Baltimore ,
,$ 'of It should be carefully read required direct, the fare will only be $15.00' i 1
'y) ,Florida. .Fruits, when naturally ripe and
VERDICT FOR DEFENDANT.The from Savannah to Baltimore and I
1 l< :and its advice promptly acted on: are healthful in summer. There tanks
To owner, householders and few fruits which disagree with the fe case of C. T. McCrimmon vs. the For the steamer Chatham sailing to j

., property of Florida-The summer tive functions the adult human from de- Miami Transfer company, action for Philadelphia direct, the fare will only be V
< ,all citizens
;h when ripe occasionally
; breach of in the of $17.50 from Savannah to Philadelphia '
'fij/ months .embrace. period of the year met with and in such cases, mesh, contract sum $50,000, :
$ when, through atmospheric changes and lo well to shun those articles nomoa,1 oil in which had already been on trial in Miami and return. The above rates include .

."' :l'elevated. temperature. ', fermentation andy I fruit fish meat or vegetables of the before Circuit Court Judge Jones for over meals and stateroom accommodations,
and is likely the digestive; organs beyond their to about ten days, came to an abrupt end last Fri. and tickets are good to return within :SO:: \
{ :putrefaction occurs rapidly I capacity to healthfully assimilate.
..,.;!f many kinds. Itshould Do not overeat. Nature ] de day by the judge ordering the jury to render days.

.m. therefore,.be.the rare of all householders culent plants and fruits in oil will pre- a verdict, for the defendant in this These low rates will no doubt attract a

their clean cause there is not that need or which may case. Motion for a new trial was denied.It great many merchants from Florida desiring
r premises
:,.i' to keep .trash and for stronger diet as there is in the "wig- is said that the ground upon which to visit Baltimore and Philadelphia ,
? and clear of any fermentative seasons of the when the to breathe f
ptiJt. year Jones ordered the of to purchase their fail stocks well t!
W filtEiousewives: ducing functions of the body I I Judge finding a verdict as

0 should. pay careful attention stimulated. Fruits and for defendant was that plaintiff had as those wishing to take vacations at this i
\1 to the sanitation of both the inside as assist nature in keeping the I failed to prove that there had existed a time. The trip from Savannah io Baltimore ;

tion in good working) 'order and contract between him and the defendant is only about 48 hours, and from
homes. Clean'itl :
Ji'1-1.; well aa, the outside of their healthful condition, thus sparing time effect-
and'which was the salient Savannah to Philadelphia about 52 hours.In .
essential to health as dividual from to company
t ,ly premises are per- resorting, reputa-
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>(= zonal- hygienic measures. Ventilation gation, and many patent nostrums of mos point in the suit connection with these rates excursionrates

"I atnre't healthful aids always leave the system in a spread- Another suit with McCrimmon as plaintiff can be had between Baltimore, ;
ind Bunlijjht are !
.1l: with dition than before taking. of mos and the Miami Transfer company as Philadelphia and New York, which will I
and currents of fresh air sunlight fever exist
reduce the transmission of infection MOSQUITOES CAREY DISEASE.It sleep defendant, seeking: damages of 1-50,000 be an inducement to those wishing to i
Y for an alleged malicious suing out of writ visit the nation's '
..n is no longer a theory or a mosqiii- metropolis.
P 4 Paily > bidaily bathing of the body not ,. of garnishment and growing from the '
some "crank" doctors that species Florida people who wish reservations
jf'only comfort hut removes ef.t't first is still the docket and
i : conduces to case, on court
disease by acting taken to
quitoes carry for these steamers should write or call or.
untried and where it will
T \ifete particles from the skin, which are mediary hosts to the human into the probably remain -
/ until final H. C. Avery commercial 20S West
a disposition been agent,
; --G';',cat off from .the body' through the mef1 quitoes of the genus, Anopheles about the
made of the above case.A .
Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla.
dium of perspiration, and which should means worthless or vagrant, do I .
when infected, the malaria fever r '
P f1'not be Allowed to accumulate and saturate the human. This bas been after 5 Warning to Mothers. Deafness Cannot Be Cured I:'

.i D rclothing.. This latter should also! be yond any shadow of doubt as before day- Too much care cannot be used with local

&,Y*m\{.:frequently changed if good health is de- the fact that the Stegoyia genus words, small children during! the hot weather of diseased By applications portion of the,as ear.they There cannot is reach only one the i

x. ::tired, especially by those persons who exr1 quito conveys when infected the If this fact the summer months to guard against way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional -
:eretoe violently or work and who perspire perhaps parasite-of yellow fever is taken, bowel troubles. As a rule it is only necessary remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed -

.. .:, ............) same manner dengue is conditions to give the child a dose of castor oil condition of the mucous lining of the
;! 1'- conveyed by the genus Fatigans escape can to correct any disorder of the bowels. Do eustachian tube. When this tube gets inflamed
t"J1.. CLEAN AND KEEP CLEAN.t has not as yet been or from not use any substitute, but give the old- you hare a rumblingsonnd or imperfect hear- f

'& ,Housewives should not content them many more of these same kinds is paid fashioned castor oil, and see that it is ing the,result and when,aud unless it i is entirely the inflammation closed deafness u *

ilelges with dusting and with clean floors. scription of fevers may not, preventing fresh, as rancid oil nauseates and has a I taken out and this tube rt'storcd to its normal can be
j Water closets should be looked after and unknown be conveyed to the happen tendency to gripe. If this does not check condition, hearing will be destroyed forever;

'. 5..J kept' well disinfected. Clothes closetsCihonldbq through the mosquito acting as these the bowels give Chamberlain's Colic, I nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh
( aired and kept free from trash of transmission. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and then which i is: nothing but an inflamed toaditiou of

jlW'and articles which may harbor insect lift!. These scientific facts should not during the a dose of castor oil, and the disease may I the mucous surfaces.
cg :J The family refrigerator should be par. pooed or ignored by the people. the soil of be checked in its incipiency and all dan- We will give One Hundred Dollars: for any

:-'p ;ticolarly) looked after. To keep this arti'de are not only worthy of thought, the hope ger avoided. The castor oil and this not case be of cured deafness by Hall's(caused Catarrh by catarrh Cure.) that can .

: ?!> : of butler pantry perfectly clean and deliberate apd careful heeding. the state remedy should be procured at once and circulars; free. bead; for

4 iweet should be the first care of all good female mosquito will lay a in saving kept ready for instant use as soon as the 1-'. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. .
\l housewives and housekeepers, for it can ber of eggs in a water pitcher in individual first indication of any bowel trouble ap 7i1-.Sold by druggists, ;5c.
%easily become foul and a menace to both used bedroom to not only fill pears. This is the most! successful treatment Hall's Family Pill are the Wat.
members with her offsprings, but supply and be relied
>) rx the older aa well aa the younger. known may upon
at family through ptomaine absorptioni bors within the radius of a square. to Cbam- with implicit confidence even in cases of ..
a Notice of Application For
and Permit to Sell
:." i-.. poiaoninjj. Mothers especially should ERADICATE BREEDING cholera infantum. For sale by Red Cross
; : give tb9 refrigerator the greatest attentiOn Pharmacy.CASTORIA. Liquors, Wines and Beer.

,::1>}!; and should prohibit the keeping of So, too, will old cans lying druggists Whereas, K. L. Motlow has filed! with the

*:;"i.; fruit, vegetables, meat and milk insth0eime yards, or saucers of ornamental pot will give board of county commissioners for Erevard:
compartmentMilk easily abU and receptacles which oftentimes when the county, Florida, his application for permit to :!:
: the table Witmer I sell liquors wines and beer in election t
1I01 odors and taint from eatables which ful housewife sets legs a district -
; the other sweets of Mo. in two of said county and state; any citizenof
the and should, cape sugar or a
be in same space
?*:imy For Infant and Children. such election district show
: may ( if
"There cause
itself in tightly by ants, supplying a breeding "
'" i: therefore, be kept to any there be, at the meeting of the board to
.. set 5o d rujbergasket bottles or vessels and millions of mosquitoes. the way of Thi Kind You Have Always Bought be held on Tuesday the 5th day of September t: ;
!''if Jflotbeice. 'Unless cows'milk is certifiedIf Standing water of any kind, Chamber- 1905 next, why such permit should not .14
for parity by city inspection or laboraSrf fresh or brackish, will afford the Diarrhoea ] Bears the d be granted. A. A. STEW UT, .
-f{ ., examination, or is produced on a mosquito an opportunity to We sell I JSlpatureot Clerk of the Board of County Commission-

.r4 Qadff the immediate supervision of species, for she must have ." For era, Brevard County Florida E f 4

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5.'"''T.a -' ., :; .OPr i Ames; Oregon. Pis:: Colonel B.:'W. BE.8.I4\IORt.THE; V'V\ t

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,.' I WITHALAflEBACK. -t '? Levi Wickey Morrison; Greenville-Pa.Springs ; and ex_ : 1 '}BOWELS BUY ,PAINTS
? < ., ..,. ," offlcio,the president .and the.secretary .
; 'xt c' Trouble Makes'.'Yon Miserable.. one::of the'officers' of the con 'If y ""'' ''".' <..". -' .. .'.'.','.'..'. -. Every powetaeteryday.7ft'"W orwlU tn. Keep your
Almost everybody who reads the newspapers -, phplo or pill poiIOD.il1iID roll", The to any other house
: ,
fill farmer. .euleat, '
is sure .to .know of the wonderful most perfect way at keeping. in the World for first class = r
..: the bowels clear*nd clean U to taU :
i&fr:1t Jt .cures..made by Dr.U Khetunatlsm. CANDY s
tt .l6tl: Kilmer's Swamp-Root When pains or irritation 'exist, on'any CATHARTIC high grade, best quality

:: .' .. ". I .the great kidney,.liver part othe body, the application of Bal ... Paints. Sold either ready ,
. ff.a.. _.<'" [L and bladder.remedy.
lard's Snow Liniment gives prompt rIief. .
: -z"" ;. l t; It is the great medical : E.-W. Sullivan, proprietor Sullivan for use or in 'paste form, '. y

f; '" triumph of the nine-,. House,'El Reno, 0. T., writes June 6, to be thinned down -
p !!.cri. I teenth' century;' discovered 902: "I take pleasure in recommending a

I !,. i aftcryws'of Ballard's Snow Liniment to all who are / X f\ Buy from the only

t scientific research by, afflicted with rheumatism. It is the only 1 paint manufacturing housein ,
Dr. .Kilmer. the cmtt immediate
remedy I have found that gives -
t frll.t't. A ,neat. kidney and bladder relief 23c., SOc. and $100. Sold the country selling _

; ., 'specialist, and is by Red Cross Pharmacy and Ean Gallie EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY 4- direct from mills to user.All -
? }'c wonderfully successful in promptly curing PlMiaot. Palatable, Potent. Taste GocxL Do .
r ; Pharmacy, Eau Gallie Fla. Good, NOTe Sicken Weaken or Gripe; 10.ta and
:i' >': lame back, kidney; bladder uric acid troubles 10 Cents per box. Write for tree sample,and book' '-V. other Paint makers "
: and Disease which is the let on health. Address 433 .
K ; worst
tt ';:.: Bright's .
I _:r.i,_' .; form of kidney trouble. 4 Dead of the nntnffton.. SWUng Remedy Company, Chicago Of Mew York. depend on dealers for the sale of their paints. .H

I i '--1.. : '. ommendedforeveryihingbutlfyouhaveldd-Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec 'By On the a lofty bay of rocky Sfn Diego crest. EEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN That means one heavy expense and one profit that ;$

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., ,J' ,' aey: fiver or bladder trouble it will be found Sleep the sailors of the nation we cut out of our business. .
'Neath the sunlight of the west.
I. i. '. ; just the remedy you need. It has been tested And. the road of grand old ocean. paint has been unsatisfactory. It was We sell direct to the man that uses paint.
j;: in in hospital work in selected on the .theory that it would
.; 1 so many ways. private With Its sad and wild refrain.
:; .;, practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase Shall echo as a requiem prevent the boxes from rusting but it You may think that you can do as well as we could 4!

I'i -. V_ relief and has proved so successful Over mountain, vale and plain. failed to do so. A committee was appointed do for you, if you .should try to buy a certain brand of
that bJsI'
case a special
!':..>.. every been made by which all readers arrangement of this paper The Bennington, though shattered tQ select a new paint.fter paint that you thought well of, 'direct from the manu-
into the thoroughly and
As wreck on golden sands. going subject
{ :'; who have not already tried it, may have a a
:-; facturer. But would make mistake.
Shall live to rememberedBy a
:" { sample bottle sent free by mail/also a book consulting officers of the navy ;as to the you
the sailors of all lands
'- best paint in use on transports and war The manufacturer take and sell
,>".* telling more about Swamp-Root and how to Who stand and do their duty might your money

; ? ;' find out if you have kidney bladder trouble To their latest dying breath I I vessels committee. unanimously selected you the paint, but he would take care to charge you as .
When writing mention reading this Grand patriots forever
generousoffer : green.
..:, ,:. ." V in this paper To the portals of grim death. .. much for the paint as if you bought it from a dealer. He ;-' i

:C, <. send your address ndlliil Let monuments In marble Uerbine would put on that extra profit, to "protect.the dealer". = .: I
2. :_ : Dr.Kilmer&Co..Bin lenders the bile more fluid and thus .
Mark the spot sleeps, :.
;<- <: We have no salesmen to increase the cost : t
.f- "," : hamton N. Y. And angel voices echo helps the blood to flow; it affords prompt or agents

1t-: regular fifty cent and .BOOM ot snap-Root. And their vigils fondly keep relief from hiliounnes. indigestion, fret of our paints to the consumer. !
l dollar sizes sold all Above those heroes. and headaches and over-in- ,
:; '.: are by good druggists glorious nervous \
I <.: ... AU,Immortal In their types. Inleence in food and drink. G. L Cald- We quote to the man that uses the paint the lowest f
Don't make any mistale; but.remember Who stood and. fell in glory well M. K. & T. R. Checotah and best
! i: : the name, Swamp-root Dr. Kilmer's'Swamp Bfneath.the.. stars.and stripes. Ind.,Ter.agent writes April 18,1903 "I was, price reserving: no margin to protect agents. y: j
: N. Y. .-
I r Root,and the address, Binghamton We freight. :; <
sick for two with enlargementof pay
'. over
: on every bottle. And down the rolling ages years
u ,
;' V Fort Rosecrans night and day the liver and spleen. The doctors did We gladly advise our customers about paints. : J

t{< :. Sha / ell their fatal story me no good, and I had given up all hope '. "
i; ; V / CONGRESS OF FARMERS. To }he grieving and the gay.While of'being cured, when my druggist advised Write for sample cards and paint advice, and blanks \::a

h IJ.., .. clintlng morning sunlight me to use H..rhine.: It has made me showing how to measure houses to show the quantity of 'Y. '; I
Shall kiss their mounds of '
green j
:rt.i': Work of a National Organisation And twinkling stars of midnight Pharmacy and Eau Gallie Phar paint required. ,1I
j ,' V Meet at Richmond, Va. Illuminate the scene.
VV A. In Cincinnati Enquirer. macy, Eau Gallie, Fla. I Ask first class business house bank in New Orleans ;
i' ::';. The farmers' national congress Is John Joyce any or any or 7 1

of than 6,000 delegates the mercantile agencies if we are responsible. LJ
'i composed more A warm Killer.J. CABTORTAeBeerthe ,..

appointed by the governors of the various A. J. Montgomery, Puxico, Wayne Iba Kind Yon harc Always BougS! -

i states one constitution of. the county, Mo., writes: "I have little twin 11tga ate R. McWilliams, Limited. .: \1

congress provides that the delegates kids who have been bothered with worms kou ".'
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Store and Offices 341 Camp Street.
lives. I tried to .
all their everything relieve 'I _
farmers the .
shall be either or
i r- practical them which failed until I used Factories 1135, 1137, 1139, JUJ South Front Street. ;
editors pr proprietors of farm'papera.. White's Cream Vermifuge; the first two '
New Orleans, - Louisiana, "
The congresshas no subordinate loses brought four worms from one of

bodies and therefore has no collection them, the next two doses, twelve, one of Chamberlain'sCOLIC. ESTABLISHED 1893. The oldest paint manufacturing house in continuous l' I ,

of dues, and all delegates must pay all them measuring twelve inches; the other CHOLERA successful operation under one management, south of Louisville

! ": their own expenses of attending its child was only.relieved of four worms. Its AND or St. Louis .. ..>

a" annual sessions. This has been foundto a most excellent medicine." White's .
i is for children. It Diarrhea Remedy
Cream Vermifuge good
be'a very wise provision as It keep
not only destroys worms, it helps the
of the the br & down .
out congress en sick
child to perfect growth, wards off 'ulFlorida
politicians A few doses of this remedy will
and others that seek au ness. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy and

: appointment to conventions in order to Eau Gallie Pharmacy, Ean Gallie, Fla. Invariably cure an ordinary at.

a free. ride. It insures that the tack of diarrhea.
It has been ' in nine epidemics -
delegates that attend are prosperous For Over Sixty Tear of dysentery with perfect East Coast Railway.j

atfairs MIL Windows' Soothing Syrup has success.It :
been used for over sixty years by millionsof can always be depended

delegates are the most prominent and mothers for their children while teething upon even in the more severe !' _
local Time
No. 62.
In Effect 17 1t15.
neighborhoods. with perfect success. It soothes the attacks of cramp colic and chol- April .
child softens the allays ail pain, .
Formerly some of the states gums era morbus. I
made appropriations to pay the expenses cures wind colic, and is the best remedyfor It is equally successful for SOUTN-BOUND-READ DOWN. NORTH-BOUNO-IEAD UP.
diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor diarrhea and cholera ..
of their delegates, but this haRt summer I t -
t little sufferer immediately. Sold by drug I infantum in children, and is the No. t9 ND. Z9 STATIONS No,78.'Ns/8
; been discouraged by the congress for gists in every part of the world. Twenty I meansofsavingthelivesofmany.children DIU,. 0111,. Dillr. Dill,. "'
the reasons suggested above and for five cents a bottle. Be IIUte and ask for each -- -

several years all delegates have paid "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and When reduced year.with water and loop 940a 1 LT.. _--.TaL'klonme.I.r TOOp 860.
8 07p 9U&1 .._. -So. Jacksonville...__ LT CSIp 8i)a
t=Y their own expenses. take no other kind. sweetened it is pleasant to take. a 15 p l| 'I __St. Augustine_ 5 50 P 7 40 a e
The twenty-fifth annual session of of family should 6 53 P 113Ja' ___.__..Hastings--_ 'U P I U. a
OAS'JlOR.A.n .. Every man a 7 lU p 11 50 a, __.__..East Palat&a__..._ 4 ::1&P 6 28. :
the congress will be held at Richmond, keep this remedy in his home. "

ey' Va. Sept. 12-22 next. For this meeting '- the Bmght Buy it now. It may save life. S 7 35 p i'2i'5'P'Ar ....._.... ?Palatka ,.._.._ Lv 7i ; 600*. .

v< the railways of the Southern and 8%? U&Z PRICE, 25c. LARGE SIZE, 50c. 00o -<-45:-p 11 25 iii Lv Ar SOOp210p 6B5&

Central Passenger associations have 825p -I 2 00 P,Ar ___San M.teo__ Ly _'_ COB .t ',
0 210 p 800 a', L' ....._ ._._ 8.10 U..wo_____ Ar 8 Up 7 60.
made rates. ___ _
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: All Mall Boxes to Be Green. '
c 'I 50 1:1 32 p' Lv __..._.. ___ 1--
The first four days of the session will P .Neoga ? LY .Gi _
All of the letter boxes the mall pack 8 OS 12 U p1\ .. _._____BU Lt>l1s____ .. 3 Up 5 S6.. n I
i be devoted, as heretofore, to papers age boxes aid the posts supportingboth The Most Valuable Sit of Yacht and Boat- 810 pI12 55 P .. _._-l>ull'nt.-__.._ .. 3 a1 p 529. M '
i and addresses and their discussion Building Book ever Published.RUDDER \ 81 P 1 :I pi ,. ...__....._Orm. nd ........._.....? .' 310 p 4 59 a '
f classes of boxes in Chicago will o\ 85:1: P 189 p" _..-.._.......D tytuna____ 300." 4 47 a .\1'.
f and to the Introduction, discussion and be painted green. The paInt will be f 01 P 151 pi; ., __'M"__Port Orange?...._.__ 9 SO P 'S a rt
adoption or rejection of resolutions. sent in bulk from Wsr'visston: to Chi- N 925p 2 U PI Ar _._.._..NewSmyrua..._....... 23Op 415a ... I;

, The most prominent subjects to be cago and applied by j a:tutors selertetlby HOW-TO BOOKS C -10 91 a 3 U PI Ar ._ .._ Lake U..Ien ............... Lv 1:1: Up 610 P 0- -
: discussed are "Foreign Markets For the TliU is of Over Joco boots have been built from the lines w 103 la 353p .. __...Orange City...._....._. 1233p SUI' ..jit
! "Just How the Tariff postmaster. part a printed in these books-Successfully sailed in to 45 a 4 00 p ___Orange City Junctl n.... : 12 30 p 5 43 p
Farm Products :. n
scheme of the
general postoffice depart- every clime and upon every sea-Full detaildrawinR -
; Affects the Farmer and the Price of of all parts showing what it is and r- 9 3; I' 225 P Ly ?.. .....?...New Ly 2 10 p 4 05 a fA1000p
ment to the color of mail boxes i
of change how to make it-Text extremely simple. 2 51 p _......._OakHIll.._...._.. !115tl' 3na .. '
I His Products "The Expenditures all over the country from aluminiumto C 103)P 3 3Op Ar .....MTnU&Tll1e...._........... i 1 15 P 300. CAo =
, the National Government For Agriculture HOW TO BUILD A RACCR FOR $50 ---I
and Its green as fast as they need repairing, IS font..... rttbout Lark*i.y to build;frame all In on i 00 a. Ar....._......._.._.SAnt rd...__............. L','w W a l 1O OO;: 0
I "Immigration Agricultural says the Chicago Post. The aluminiumTutt'sPills swap; good racing tuat for a Uu learn the buune**io. v) .1000a Lv _?..............Santord .... ........... A r,....-1 I 900& "..ot.
i Distribution "The Railway and HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA a.. -
, and "Pure Food Legisla tine boat for aftenuwn sa.linj or knortimr about faiboal 10 3') P, 8 30 fI Lv ..._.____ Ti'll _..._....... I.V 1"i5'IJoo3 5L 41
! the Farmer" vntrr Hitarnsan.... ,,!"hen-vr bu tol""p or av lltitI' 409p' .. __..._....<.'..C.8..._.._.......... .123&p1219a <<..<
: tion.1 These subjects will be presentedin rig; full plWsalll iikiut.ut lumplrk-U Uuu. 11122 Ii t 131' .. ............. M R.O'k..heM.......,,...... .. ,I2 30 p 216 a
, addresses men of national TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP ill ilI': 4 45P' ..._..........EauGalltI?,..... ...-. .. 11.8a 1 41abO 0al -
set "OW Most aacceaUd ruin niiii-hme 12: U5: 4 511';: .. _.__.......-Melbourne.... ....._. 11 H a 134 a :::2 --
prominence especially well. qualified to inner in Au.rina.Asa and: Australia fvrr; ear designed to build; a i priii inn C I. 51 at, 5 aP'I .. ...............-Sebastian-....-. .... .. .11 01 a is 51 a fA_
; discuss them, and then will be open to to vin w.tLHOW .r 1 3:1 a. 6"'" p1 I ......__.__..0..... L\I"I'A.................. .. ,1011a 1 2 oow ".,
43 ........ rib/ a 1163
TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH C. 10'a I" p ? -Furt p kyI .
; discussion by any delegate present. 218 a ('81'1, __.__., Tibbals.................. 9 30 ai 1122 pO !
f It is by resolutions adopted that the bull Simple for tue mil silt practical goy .....1".!.'ow'nrhowtoeonatructahnnd S kV!...J other!lai.4. V 2 .i3 a 'J .. P! ,. ..................?."I..n.....?. ..?..??. .. 9 26 a 1119 P .t
, .V' After eating,persons of a bilious habit .v. 2 28 a I 71i p. -.......-..-.-J p n An:1 all, lip p =. ",
:, congress signifies to the congress of will derive great benefit by taking one HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT "rn 239a 7dp_ .. ..............M.._.t"\il'U M.........?._.. .. 911a'1 10f :a _'
the United States the desires of Its of these pills. If you have been A fine al! arnunl. rruinin.... bn..<.t. good cabin; excHea' 4 3 08 a7 1 ;)61,1! .". --....... Ho" Sound .....--...... .. II t1 a110' 36 I' '" .i.
outer suiUUe lur .w .at-
; .4.) 3 27a' S lip, ?.__h..WeJupitf.r............_? 2&&l0191' _
delegates and of the farmers that they DRINKING TOO [MUCH, HOW TO BUILD SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOPA U 4 0&at II 1 p' .. ...._..West Palm B..aeh. ...._.. .. ; t8 a t !
clever bale naihnboat..Kith al .. ..... .... ... .... 'I 23 II 8II V
: as regards legislation. The will relieve the tno-erate overhang ani ti-s 132 : 218 P: -n"yntnn .. .....- a ;
represent they promptly nausea, mall...1........ 4i t 42 al 91! Pi; .....-? ......?? Delray..............._. .. 710 Il 9 08 P .C" jIi
farmers' national congress has always SICK HEADACHE HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE = 37 a 10 :1)1 ..._........PL Lautlprdale............. 619 It 8 ,
.. .......... ......_ _....... 1I a 8 06"
been strictly nonpolitical. Easy to I,Uldfccr>|thiDi itrai/hi:just the craft for a bo] II 45a 10 3/1': .. ? Danla ..? ..._. '.
andnervousnesswhkbfoUowsrestore I Io begin with;can be built verv rhe41'11..t""raloop or cat rig Ii 58 a 10 U(', .. ...__..._..-1Iallandalo.............. 5 58 '7 $4 :
: Notwithstanding the claims made by .............. .. 34 AI 'I 22
the appetite and remove gloomy feeling BUILD 6 H au li1 r Lemon City ......-...... : :
: one or two other organizations, the Elegantly sugar coated. complete detmption of bow to build YACHTA model;alo lla. 6SSa'1113pAr ...._ ..._..?.lllami..............-.. Lv._a,_' 20 P!: :_
at aluff wed in a4 ag mu ! national
farmers' congress passed res- Take No Substitute. Dally Dalll -

i I olutlons in favor of free delivery ofl' $1. Ex I HOMESTEAD EXTENSION I I Ex.iun. .
mail to farmers for six years before 50 YEARS'EXPERIENCE. PREPAID BY EXPRESS ANYWHERE -,- --- -- .

such resolution was adopted by any Ii 4s.' .......... Lv ..... ....._..lIam1. ................. 4rl........_,6p ,".
Bound in cloth-Gold I..tterinr-Siu of pag. II 11II a ...... carItomeetoa&..._.......... Lr I...........I SUp
other organization. It was the pioneer 9 by 12 inches Urge, Ilearly..trawn plans i I

i organization In advocating pure food '
THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. fiD.23'No 21 No. 19 No. 17 NO.15
JIIo. 2OtNLZS! : '... 2t ,
.. the first organization -
b legislation. was it Dally Sunday Sunday Sunday Daly MAYPORT BRANCH. NO.
; ',:, V 9 MURRAY STREET NEW YORK u. s. A 18,511n4aJ Silll4a hIJ!
V : by several years which asked EsSus Only I Only. I Only. Ex Sun Daily Oaly. Oatr'fh",# kt
Send fostal for Catalogue of Books for
i, for the improvement and enlargement Yachtsman's Library.KILLTHE .00 i 6 Up 1-; ;! 930 a' 900 alLy _._..JachonvUle...._ Ar 830 a 12 Olin US 11. t
of the weather signal sereice loa p 661p 1011 p,93s.a: 9OS ajAr __8.). Jl\\k5"DYi1ll.._ Lv vii 111 p
e TRADE MARKS 140p 724p 240 p:1OlUof999Rt. __Fable t>ach..._ .1 811a1112ii53T 1 i
". and It maintained its agitation DESICNSCOPYRICHTS -- 6 Up '12911 2 4ip: 10 15&19 U & .. _.Atlantlc Brach..- a 15 100 p 'U p .
! for the Improvement of this service Ac. LOOP C 14Sp' 3UUpiO3Ual000a -.-..Yayport........... 730a11OOa 4S 4 llip SIp ,;
for granted. Anyone sending a ketch and description may II .
; until what it asked was quickly ascertain our opinion free whether aD COUCH ----- ;

I It Jias always favored liberal appropriations ttoniBtrictly Invention IB probably confidential.patenUble.Handbook Commonica.on Patent PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. !

, for the improvement of harbors lent free. Oldest ajreacy for 1eC1llUlg.patenu. AND CURE THE LUNGS Ie
Patent* taken through Mono & Co. reoeirc. :i
1 and waterways and at the same spec notice, without charge, in the Close Connection Made at Miami with
Steamships of the P. &: 0. S. S.
. time has vigorously denounced appropriations Scientific American WITH Dr.

to be expended on harbors King'sNew HAVANA AND KEY WEST. j

and where the expenditurewill tundsomely Illustrated weekly tartest cir .
; : ., streams eolation of an,eienUna journaL Terms.13 a ;: i
will be only a waste of public funds. yew tour month, tL SoWbyU t>e.idelers. Discovery -

.: i The officers of the congress are: MUNN & CO.36IBn1am", New York from These the several Time Tables aU.lD8.ehow. but the their times arrival which c.r departure ualu mar at the beeape.ted times elated 10 arrtve 4 cot AlA84 CIpIft f j

:'.' President, Hon. Dude Jordan Mon- Bnach Office. 63 F St.Washington.D.Co Price nor fa Wa Company W be held reeponalWaforany deLaysoranyconauqueooegartuag 1UlU1eIII tore

!l V tlcello, Ga.; first vice president, Colonel FOR CONSUMPTION SOc &$1.00 ,.

;Ys.-' B. Cameron Stagville, N. C.; second el e Free Trial. F.ff- i- 1 fipurtr theMayport branch and Homestead >:

.r-t : vice president. lion. Joshua Strange IR R ll 1st fall extensit K2 will I* d"IIadditIOnal trains being pat iat9service .
; Sorest and Quickest) Cure for all
''. Beat Cough Syrup, Testes<.rt and th. rvit-e between Miami and Homestead
; Marion, Ind.; secretary. John M. StahL tiro THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES ., & : i,
Sold by drum:*te < being r. U way leaf lug Miami 8 a. m., and letarning leave f '"
Chicago, III; treasurer, Hon. A. H I or MONEY BACK llomt. i 2:30 p. m. K"'i correct schedule see any agent of u..

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in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature 01 ') ?

** ,and has been made under his personal ',._

; ;.;;... < Y;; : supervision since its infancy.
? upon the -P senge"ii"' and one or two best'work had been done men ores:
';:":V -!:,-" ';. -' ,' ; ,by. Allow no one to deceive yon in this. _
'? $INDUSTRIAL cars caught fire, : forty years old and quoted numerous
,. All Counterfeits Imitations and "Just-as-good"o/o but
':!> it.- .i! ., instances ,
> A fire started hi a tank of the Texas to prove this. He declared
g&; and the health of
Experiments that trifle with
Oil -company, at Humble,; Tex..,' has that every man was entitled to a century "
1 sWlt6asbJtti'thi Bea Sept. 1. caused the ,logs of eleven lives and of life and a woman to a little Infants and Children -Experience against Experiment. ,

;:; -e: Wabashrailroad, officials; at property to the value of nearly a half over a century. This, he said could be .

=. P1U1burg have announced, definitely million. reached only by faithful obedience to
'that(jfwoUth open direct line to, The revised official list of the casualties the laws of health and-with simplicityand What is CASTORIA .-

; }+seacoast;by way of, Bnrl1ngton lto on the gunboat Bennington tranquillity In living. .

'Bsitimoi .on :Sept 1 .for freight. purpoaes showed a total of sixty-one deaths, Says Hilprecht Was Whitewashed.The Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Ofl, Pare. '

J and that. 1' 1 the line would twenty-eight wounded'' and ninety- gone, Drops and Soothing ,Syrups, It is Pleasant It
Kev. Dr. John P. Peters of New
p| ;;opj n for passengers.Cropt I three uninjured. Fifteen were so( seriously York, "bo'as an Assyriologist of high contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic

,Jt: .,In ,Fins.Condition.ffThe wounded as not to be expectedto repute was prominent ,in the recent attack substance. Its age is its guarantee. lt destroys Worms

: 'government weekly summary- live., on .the reputation of Professor and allays Feverishness. Itt cures Diarrhoea and Wind ,

:{(ibowg that the'crop situation Is gen- Deaths.Daniel' Hilprecht In connection with the Nip Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation

At tTA7favorable, the :warm weather 8., Lamont, who was private pur tablet library, has addressed an and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho "

':; Daifng caused a ippjd growth of corn secretary to Grover Cleveland\ during open letter to Provost Harrison of the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural. ;

iji and/enabled the harvesting.of, wheat his first term as president and secretary University of Pennsylvania protestingthat Ihe- Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

yfr food shape except In Virginia, Maryland of war' during his;second term, the Investigation of Hllprecbt, .

t ,{I;Missouri and Texas. Improvement died suddenly at, his home at/ Millbrook which resulted in his exoneration was -

'!,. '-- ;In'.cotton neither, general nor N. Y. ,The funeral was attended nothing less than whitewash.Barton's GENUINE CASTOR ALWAYS !;
t, w _' Barked.. ''Insects are causing consld- by Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland and .

..j}ierable:damage In Texas, where pickhig many others of prominence. Dirigible Balloon Tested. Bears the Signature of .'-,' -

-;>'l , un.. With the exception of The. 127 foot airship designed by

) IpU&homa,. Arkansas and Wisconsin, Dr. Barton at London. England witha
t\i'adverse" reports are received respect- I crew of five persons, has been tested -
tt ftog apples from all quarters. The hay with partial success. In a forty mile

and:' ',oat_ crops are generally good. Advertisement Attacked. an hour wind the ship rose gracefully,

pNfW'"' ;',Cotton Acreage Report., Norman Hapgood has begun in Col- but in spite of its fifty,horsepower: :

lIer's Weekly a series of articles .on motor at each end ,the steerage was
ijj b The. revised report of the, cotton acre- ,
1t'..J" age" :under- the- supervision Assistant what he regards as the criminal alliance only partially successful, as it was The Kind You Have Always Bought .
and found back to land
i.Secretary' Hays and approved by See: between newspapers patent impossible to come
medicine manufacturers.. In connection at the point of starting.
J.imary Wilson shows that the
., figures
,!; tn. Mr; .Hrd 's bands, prompted by therewith he is publishing in facsimile In Use For ,Over 30 Years. ,

'1;;Holmes: ? were lower than the facts what he regards as objectionable THE THC Clllftua COMMMV. rr MUMMAV STRUT. flEw TOW err*
.fij advertisements In newspapers of .., ,..
warranted. ..
F The report shows that : 1
'L. tb<>;aereage planted In cotton this year high repute. lIeJnslsts thatthe, news-
'" paperare responsible for much of the Frohman' Season Leaders. ------U
'f.,; .Ihould.have been estimated at 85.1 of
"stoat- planted last year, equivalent to patent medicine swindling and that Charles Frohman, the theatrical

they hide behind the separation of editorial manager, has returned from Europeand' DO YOU WANT TO KNOW ALL ABOUT THE t
,iatI reduction of 14.9 per cent-or 1,731,000.The and business offices. He wantsto ,
made a statement of his offerings: .
total:acreage this year .Is figured between "
know If there is any difference for the coming season the most important -

i't at 20,000,000.. gold brick doctors- and gold of which are: Maude Adams In EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?

.:. 'Operators. Staring Coal. brick medicinp venders. "A man Is arrested Barrie's "PeterFan"John

}Yx expectation of a struggle with the ,"he says, "for practicing medicine Drew

,, .. miners' union next year the great coal without a license, but if he puts % in a new American Especially regarding Fruit Growing,Trucking and
'' carrying railroads of the anthracite up a certain amount of wood alcohol play by Au- General Farming? If sot subscribe for the...........
""? regions! are .steadily increasing their and gives It an alluring name the government gustus Thomas

vast stores of surplus output This lets him prescribe it to peoplehe Nat Goodwin In FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER; .

fact Is taken advantage of by. the union has never seen. He Is assisted by "Beauty and the -

,- : leaders, who stimulate the activity newspapers of every grade." Barge," a low PRICE 25 CENTS PER ANNUM.

on the part of the miners. Millionaires as Mendicants.The I 4 comedy; EthelBarrr.more ISSUED ONCE A MONTH. SAMPLE COPY FREE

'Forty Ton Blast at Portsmouth. rule of the settlement workers in ADDRESS, .

:1 Henderson's point which has been a that no man shall be given a bowl of I Barrie's "AliceSitbytheFire -
I menace to navigation in the harbor,at I soup or a night's lodging unless he has ? ," '. ,

.Portsmouth, N. H",. was removed by first done some manual labor to pay I> Virginia Harned I

ptf the discharge of forty tons of dynamite for it was the theme of a disturbing In a new play :
.1n4\the .presence of more than 15,000( ) discussion at the New York School of Maude Adams. by Henry Arthur John B. Stetson University

f+'" eetators. .A huge mass of rocks and Philanthropy when Miss Gertrude Bar- Jones, William Crane in "An American

:*. ;.timbers ''was hurled ,Into the air for num, head of Lord," by BroadHurst and Dazey; DE LAND, FLA ,
.a .distance of 100 to 150 feet .The the Woman's Joseph Wheelock in George Ade's 'The
work of removing this ledge has been [Trades Union Varsity Man" Maxine Elliott in a now Affiliated With The University of ChicagoCOLLEGE

: in,progress for three years and Is to league asked to play by Clyde Fitch, Hackett cud
1 'l', It will enable battle- ; have established Mannering in the "Walls of Jericho OF LIBERAL -\RTS-The standards are those of the University of Chicago. t.,
ships of the largest size to approach the a "depart- William Gillette in his new play '.C :l- Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both Stetson and Chicago .
COLLEGE OF LAW-Graduates of this College are admitted to practice law in Florida
for the Investigation rice In four
:i navy yard. ment ; a new poetical play acts without examination. -
and called "by Ella WheelerVil-
: ,, Mldvale Armor Beata'TrulL "Mizpah COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY-Mechanical, Civil Electrical Engineering and Manual ,
is "' The successful test of the Midvalo .lei' suppression ofamong eeL Sothernand Marbwe will con- Training courses leading to degrees. Fine new building, cobtly equipment.

armor plate at the Indian Head prov- t vagrancy tinue their Shakesperean series. COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all its branches. Book-keeping by best methods.:
lng grounds demonstrates that a successful therichandmendicancy Theater Trust Faces Rival. Elective courses open in other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building i
among PREPARATORY ACADEMV Gniduates prepared to enter Harvard, Yale Princeton ,
has entered the field The alliance of the SUuber with:
the captains of Cornell. Michigan, Chicago and all first class Colleges.
against the armor plate trust of th? Belasco and Fiske for the co r u-
"i- FORMAL AND FKACTICE SCHOOL-l. Kindergarten in its own building. 2. Primary
!.&* *Carnegie and 'Bethlehem companies. '\ ,, industry. In Miss explanation atrical season makes it ap.fa.. ... .Lt and Grammar School in separate building. This School especially prepares Public Schoolteachers f ,

"?!-.7i.. The government has ordered from the ''l the Klaw-Erlanger-Fi-ohmau corn'-: ,

,iMldvale company 450 tons with which ,l \ Barnum told tion, known as the trust, will tut 1: 'e MUSIC SCHOOL-A 10,000.00 pipe organ, a dozen pianos,separate building, large faculty '

l, to' plate the battleships Mississippi how during a re- the arrangement pf the couu.ry's C.: a- thorough courses study.
...' Gertrude Barnum. cent visit near ART SCHOOL-New studio. Costly casts,models etc.
matte all to itself. Lee
:::1....:'i and,Idaho. programme
,-" the country home of Mr. Astor she saw Sbubert announces that the list of the Stetson has a faculty of 43 professors and instructors. They bold degrees from the University -
'J: that wealthy gentleman playing tennis Includes of Chicago, Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania Bryn
independents Bernhardt. Car Mawr Bucknell, University of Michigan, Dennison and other Universities. There are over
::1" I ,MISCELLANEOUS I playing golf, running an automobile ter. Fiske, Rehan. Bates, Galland, Au- f300.000.00 in buildings and equipment;nearly a quarter million dollar endowment: :an endowed i

and doing all sorts of things ex. glin, Kallsch, Edwardes, Russell, War- library of over. 13,000. volumes;_a beautiful"chapel with costly furnishings i ,including stained .
:q cept working. She was tola toRt ne field, Miller, De Wolf Hopper and Foy. glass windows.. 7 oil paintings a f l0,00000 pipe organ;a gymnasium with complete apparatus;
Fever Isolates New Orleans. had never done a stroke of work in I .an enclosed athletic field, running track, tennis courts baseball diamond and gridiron, besides -
of the Mr. Shubert says the circuit will touch I swimming, golf, rowing and other buildings for and five
'*w New Orleans, In the clutch yellow that this was sports; separate men women;
is shut off from intercourse his life. She thought the principal cities notwithstanding big large laboratories f lfl Chemistry, Physics, Bacteriology, Mineralogy and Biology; several
c.: ., Jack, fairly representative of the men of his gaps and that they are prepared for the large museums and shops; electric lights, electric bells steam heat cement walks shell
with all the world. Thoroughly frightened class and that a wide field of mendi- finish for the roadS;broad avenues spacious campus shrubbery and trees; social literary, musical aad other
by the daily increasing list of overlooked-namely, expense and a fight rightto students' clubs; star lecture courses Christian and not sectarian teaching. Theiotatiou u a
yellow fever cases in that city since cancy was being do business and live. They proposeto beautiful and healthful and the expenses are low.
roc;;'fr, ,the first case was Identified In the Ital. the beggary of getting something for guarantee to playmakers and payers _For catalogs views folders and information address the President,

3, Ian colony on July 21, the greater part nothing. I a full theatrical season. What they LINCOLN HULLEY A. J1., Ph D., DeLand, Fla
of the south, Cuba and the Mexican To War For Pure Food. need Is more theaters In more large
;r coast have'adopted stringent measures The National Food Manufacturers' cities, and they propose to get them. --- -- .

'to avoid the transmission of the dread association has Just been organized Meantime they intend to find out in
.. disease Notwithstanding that the with headquarters at Chicago for the the courts If there Is "one law for the '

t New Orleans board of health and the purpose of protecting legitimate manufacturers Northern Securities company, for in- SEABOARDFOR 1

". state board have begun a most stren- of food and to carry the stance,"and another for Klaw & ErI I'

cleaning the city war for satisfactory legislation before langer.
aoua campaign for I AIRLINE E.A.II.J v.T.A.Y. :
r and keeping the area of infection under i the next congress. A New Calve. I'i
=" ,control,'a rigid quarantine has been established For Immigration Convention.The In the six months' tour of America -
i wth shotguns by all the surrounding executive committee of the National 'I' for which Mrne. Calve ha* been engaged :

towns. By July SI over 250 Civic Federation has called a she announces that she will give Savannah, Columbia Southern Pines,

cues had been reported. The authorities national convention Sept 26 at New the world a new version of herself by

have begun a house to bouse inpectlon York to consider the proper distribution singing tolk'.ore songs of England, Ire Richmond, Washington, Baltimore.

and are using oil on the surface of Immigrants. The governors of I land. Norww;. Russia, Spain and Italyin Philadelphia New York
of 'all pools and cisterns to prevent all states and the various associations the respective languages and cos- ,

'y mosquito Infection. Interested in immigration are requested tumes.

'; Wlnl" Dllplag'ing Wir*.. to send delegates. There are said TWO ELEGANT TKAIXS DAILY.

n etall,Tbs the government wireless is telegraph preparing system to in- i state to be alone.12,000 idle The farms Immigration In New bureau York most careful The farmers SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL.MODERN .

of has statistics showing that 8,000 more
-t 'throughout the lower Yukon region gardeners every w :J
Alaska land lines that hll'efOved.faUures Italians left the country last year than place confidence In Ferry'B
8'(- replacing on account of the for- came Into It 8eed -Uie kind that never talL PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
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est,flood and weather conditions. '
;/1 Accidents. I SCIENTIFICMan I.
The worst railway disaster that Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.ear.s.For .

: .occurred In England for fifteen years Should Live a Hundred Years.
the collision of a crowded electric have been the standard for 49 yean.
waa Y
In an address to the public health full information and sleeper reservations call on Seaboard
: one on the Lan- They are not an experiment./: any avert, or
'r train with an empty' congress at London Sir James C. dealers. 1905: Seed write to ,
i Yorkshire railway BUuaa1
c- castershire and In the instant death Brown, the noted specialist In mental 0. for A. 0. MACDONELL, S. C. BOYLSTON Jr.,
.July 27 the injury and nervous diseases, took Issue with th8utincl1 Asst. General Passenger Agent
r of twenVtwo Pe1'lOl1l and I. Dttrtite Passenger Azvr.t.JACKSONVILLE .
of the front the Osier theory of human usefulness, ,
steel frame
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!$:.:i... ; 1 VEGETABLE 'SICILIAN I WINSTON: S.BEklNINQ.Cashier. -
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;_, ? done,'nice and cheap; ulaoladiee'iadgngf .newer INDIAN RISER STATE BAL .
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:. ;;,<'t iaboelma4..rdett"fi.giit. .. : r.1 ..y '
bktit'ti4nwnt to look old?;Then keep your gray hair.: If not,
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,.;t 2'c:: 4 '; --}-- -'' '" rfcT*"'J"*}=P* then use HilTs Hair Renewer, and have all the dark, rich color 'COUNTY' :C +POSZ'I'OR' : .'.

: .Aqij' '"Im'-I'm"2'II'W') PfRI'( <.2 of eirly:life restored to your hair. *| j">' .___..4100,000.00

.., :';" ""1 ..i',..:,,,.' -=.. ,.,........," ,;.- l Paid up capita_.._....-....$ 25,000.00 ":-
r 1.-: "" !-" Average Deposits-.._-...1300,000.00
/ ; fjt;'!. ". "'.">Keattloatlga. in Brle[)from.. .:8es bJ.Towni. .. E terolhw"the and PETITION. rOB Ll .E.SE. TRANSACTS A Y '"
'' freight ,
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:. ,- General
-, ..."=- ,;v:' '''"- .'/ ,> ":"? of Brev&rd County, Florida: Banking Business. T I
; -< OUt : this_ week: ; J .
., ,.., fc%;?' :' ; -"D fWith Gentlemen:' J, the undersigned,Everett E; Largest and Oldest
-< < ;' J i--!. of the 'ponds;'are "linllktifwater : fice'and milk ,wagons on ourstreets' I
:; ,Some : ; Bass wishing to sell liquors, wines and beerin i"
Bank Riier
<, : if0 now wbtc -:have been good driving tracks we are looking op.. Both are, doing :- election district No (5) fire of Brevard on the
'. business. '" county, Florida hereby apply to your honor- Exchange Bought and Sold on All .
::t/'L I< t : 'for years.k .-, ..r _. ,. I I a good able body to grant'me the right to sell such Foreign Countries. f
fj; ."'J : --< arrived"' "to Capt. Rob't Simmons, of Kenosha, liquors, wines and beer ,in said election district -
.-. fi'., ? \Miss Nellie Owens :Monday and honorable Patronage appreciated. Prompt service,
pray your body grant mea
f : / visit her friend,,Miss.Helen l Canhata; and Wis., reports warm weather and his ear permit to make such sales of liquors. wines polite treatment and every favor consistent t
: party, etc' ly return to: Ean Guile this fall. and. beer in said election district with conservative banking granted.COBBESPOXnENTS ..
at..te dada.nce'ard1.
,. !iJ" ,- '- '. EVEBEIT E. BABS. : :
''J, .r ; ': :. Tuesday evening there was',a dance in Capt. Bennett will have the Rochester Dated this June 23rd, 1905.. Empire Trust Company, N. Y., Florida "

ii '; ': ., ,} the club. house.: Considering,:, the season in fine shape for.the.coming winter's bus- We, the undersigned, being a majority of Bank & Tpist Company Jacksoimlle.Fla.TITUSVILLE.

:1 "'; ., .., it was very well:attended., friends coming ; iness. The Little Rochester's engine is the registered ,vote of election district Xo. FLORIDA.
(5) five of Brevard county. Florida, do must
_. .: launch and buggies from Cocoa now in first class order. ,
r! :, >.. by! respectfully concur in the above application
_i. ,, City Point and Courtenay., We. hear on Robert Mensel, has just, completed and and ask that a permit be granted to said Everett -

: -good authority' that> a few' launch parties painted a fine roomy boat house and sales liquors E. Bass ,as wines prayed and for beer, to and make we certi-such PENNEY & BRANNING

fi ; : : f!:= .turned back'o account.'of the :weather. landing'on"Mrs. Treutler's fine property, fy that we have signed this petition since

-t r ,;' "', Though:,rather: warm the young ,folks Hyde Park.A 4,550 June of 22nd the, 1905 laws, in accordance Florida: .with chapter -
i were unwilling to',hear. the strains ,of promising crop of,cow peas is now FETITI05EB WITNESSES f TITUSVILLE

4 '" :., Home, Sweet Home the West End -
s. lota
the next
: to
planted on
l.- -- John Houston, J. S. Bryan, E. W. Booth
j ;'; It will wash and not rob off Pharmacy. TI.isis, an improvement over L.St Clair,' J. S. Bryan E. W.BoothA.
B. Hodgson, J. S. Bryan. H. U.
d This complexion envy. me, .the crop of weeds and,wild gr&S8.Me5l1'5' H.: U. Hodgson J. S. Bryan, A. R. Hodgson h Fashionable Clothiers .

.. c.. It's no secret so I'll tell of Merritt J. 0. Simmons, C. C. Houston, J. S. BryanC.
Randall and Blair
,. .. Take thou Rock: .Mountain Tea: C. Houston J. O. Simmons, J. S. BryanJ.
1,"} Ask your.druggist." were in Eau Gallie taking views ,of the M. Hopkins J. S. Bryan, S. B.StewartS.
I J'>. town and incidentally taking a snap shot B.Stewart J. S. Bryan, E.A.M.Stewart .11 fS and Gents' Furnishers
;; ;'. : E.A. M. Stewart J. S. Bryan, S. B.StewartC.
to. .' at of the citizens. They did a good .Ainsworth, J. S. Bryan. A. N. MathersA. ,
A ; ; ; 'in business. N. Mathers J. S. Bryan, J. C. BoyerJ. _
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express C. Boyer, J. S. Bryan, J. W. King -
t I ,; : Capt. Ro er, who owns the freight J. W. King J. S. Bryan, J.C. BoyerA. The Queen Quality Shoe for ladies is the

", : Mr. S.J. Gore 'of. Christmas, was visiting and passenger line of vessels between this Livingston. J. S. Bryan, J. H. Jones
\ most stylish and durable in the world. In
? : C. E. Braddock, J. S. Bryan, W.8. Thomas
: i friends arid.relatives here last week: place and Coartenay, will probably make John Hopkins, J. S. Bryan, L. St.Clair 'ii addition we keep the famous Edwin Clapp and
Eau Gallie his place of residence, this C. Young, J. S. Bryan L. St. Clair
of Eden has
Mr. Allen, accepted a position Geo. J. S. L. St. ClairJ. Crossett
Roddey Bryan Shoes. All high class goods to be
;Ii: j as clerk .in the store of 8. F. Travis being the terminus of the line. .T. Snell, J S. Bryan W. II. RogersJ.
W.C. S. N. E. Kinniard ,5 found here. Manhattan Shirts E. & W. Col
} -' 1- & Co. :..-, The town election Tuesday resulted in Hopkins.J Bryan, ,
_. Geo. C. Houston, W. M. Rogers. W. A. Stort lars
:i ,, Messrs.' 0. K. Key and John Powers the election of G. M. Budd for alderman. G. A. Kredell .J. S. Bryan, W. A. StortE. Stetson and Knox Hats.

: Indianola The north end of Eau Gallie should be C. Kredell, J. S. Bryan, W. A. StortJ. .
t attended the dance Tuesday .
_- at W. Rossiter, J.S. Bryan, W. M. SampleN.
? night! well looked after with three councilmen E. Kinuiard J. S. Bryan, W. A. StortJ. Anything and everything else that
living within a stone's throw of each B. Thompson, J. S Bryan, Geo. RoddeyA.
t .. Two young wild cats were killed in Near, J. S. Bryan C. A.SaundersA.
< : town that had been making raids on Cocoa other. Bennett, J. S. Bryan, C. A.SaundersE. men wear yon can buy here. .
cbk'kene. B. Taylor, J. S. Bryan, C. A. Saunders
If you are troubled with dizzy spells, E. W. Booth J. S. Bryan, S. B StewartJas.
;# Mr. Paxton shot a large chicken hawk. headache, indigestion, constipation, Hollister's Cash. W. A. Stort. H. BradfordP. MAIL ORDERS SPECIALLY SOLICITED, !
McMillan.. J. S. Bryan. James King
Rocky Mountain Tea will make
1 Sunday moaning measuring 39 inches
I Robert Menzel.V J. S. Bryan H. BradfordC.
<, t from tip to tip. yon well and keep you -well. If it failsget L. Taylor, J. S. Bryan,S. B. Stewart *
your money back. That's fair. 35 George Jones, J. S. Bryan, Lew Rogers SAN MATEO CIGARS
f i : Mr. Alfred Cleveland came to Cocoa cents. Ask your druggistHELBOURNK. Jacob GtMch, J. S. Bryan, C. A. SaundersJ .
i from his place above Courtenay Saturday. R. Livingston L. L. Fertic A. Livingston
i O.N.Campbell,J.R.Livingston, E.A.M.Stewart Have Made a
f. ; He says the mosquitoes run him off. J. H. Braddock E. F. Hatch, H. Bradford 4 .

: I : Work has been commenced on the two Mr. R. W. Goode made a business tripto J. B. Carter, J.RLivingston.A.LivinKston Reputation "
C. S. B. WhitacreE.A.Stephenson, L.L. FerticJ. of Their Own. ,
v' ;,:: story brick building of Messrs. Ronald & Eaa Gallie last week. .H.Henderson Calvin Platt, A.Livingston

I, 1 .. ..: Tiske. .)Ir. Fred Baldwin has the con. Mr. Chas._ Ballou has bought a fine Henry. A. Houston Bay J.A.S.Livingston Bryan, H.L.BradfordR. L. FerticF. The success of the San Mateo Cigaris

R> tract. young hone and can now drive to Mel M. Scammell, J.R.Liviugston: Geo.RFatchThos. one of the greatest triumphs -.:

I Manager W. S. Rhoads and brother bourne from Bayonne plantation.' .Sumter, J.R.LivingstonPaschalStewart of the East Coast since the freeze.
W. T. Wingate, J. S. Bryan, Lewis HallA.
1- '; '!'t. = have completed the erection of the telephone Mr. F. J. Webb, one of Titusville's attorneys .. A. Thompson J.S. Bryan. Lewis HallJ. Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula of Florida And the

'e : system and left for Indianapolie, was a guest of the McBride Dave S. Bryan Brown his mark AJLThompson., J. S. Bryan.Lewi LewKHall! laU Island of Cuba can produce, and wrapped with the rich, silky leaf grown on East

t '' Indiana, Tuesday. House while in Melbourne lately. W. A.Hoffman, .1. S. Bryan C. J. Young Coast plantations, the cigar industry of the world has never produced a better article.
r : has Geo. Gosch, J. S. Bryan, N. E. Kinniard For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union News Company
i Mrs. M. McLeod opened an ice
Rev. 7. B. Hawk and family left on
E. Shore W.C.Tomas, W.H.Holoway on every train entering Florida. .
3: i cream parlor in the building formerly occupied Tuesday for Delaware, Ohio and other :. W. H. Holoway, W. C. Tomas. Frank EShore

s' by E. Dunn 'and will serve ice: northern states for.a few week's outing.Mr. J. M. Maddox, J.S. Bryan, C. R. Stewart Twenty Sizes, Styles and Grades to seect from.

; 'v ( cream on the afternoons of Tuesday, State of Florida Brevard County.In i Manufactured by s. W. ROWLEY San Mateo Fla.
S. F. Gibbs, of Bay Hill, was the
.r I Thursday and Saturday of,each week. the person came before me Everett E.
-:sfe: guest of Dr. and Mrs. Peek a few days of Bass who being duly sworn says that he is J
: last week. He reports his family all well. the applicant in the foregoing petition for a i
;,: Dear Gus:-I have solved the mother. permit to sell liquors, wines and beer in election
i' is-law problem, just give her regularly Delightfully cool weather for August district No. 5 of Brevard, county. Florida SCREENS.i i
t Hollister'8 Rocky Mountain Tea. It will that each and every name and mark affixedto .
and this but few ,
r '-, make her healthy, happy and docile as a at writing very mosquitoes. the said application was the act and deed

c I ;', lamb. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Ask Not a sick person in Melbourne of the person purporting to sign the same j
; druggist. Rather bad for doctor but fine that there was no fraud, bribery or deceptionin
: our a
; ': your report procuring such signatures and marks, and For doors and windows i
_E, i for our town. that all such signatures and marks were obtained .
'" TBOFIC. after the revisiou of the registrationlist covered with wire.
Mrs. R. A. Hamerickhouse and Miss in June, 1905. any ..
Mr. Thos. Campbell was in Ean Gallie EVERETT E. BASS. '"
i. Rose Humerickhouse, mother and sisterto
G'. ,'i k. Tuesday. Sworn to and subscribed before me this the
; .
}' c Mrs. Geo. M. Brown, left on Mondayfor 7th day of August, A. D.. 1905. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
t .3 Mr. Allen Cain, of Roseland, has been their home in West Virginia, after D. L. GACLDEN, ],

r. 1. '., in Tropic this week. several months pleasant stay at the Notary: public for the state of Florida at large. Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material.

E Mr.-R. Stewart's family, of Brantley, Brown House. WEATHER REPORT. Eau Gallie, Florida. j

Jg with friends, were callers at Mr. John ji
We are wondering what has happenedto SUMMARY FOB JULY BY BEV. JAB. B. i
zq Carter's c
our street mowers. Our' streets are
w, Mrs. Field and children were visitingMr. Highest the 22d 92.0
growing np with weeds and these wet temperature on ;
Grant's family part of last week and days it is not pleasant to have to wade lowest temperature on the 16th 71.0 JOHN R. WALKER & CO., ,
of this week. Mean for the month 81.3; average mean
part, through wet grass. If we want settlerswe
for 24 years,81.6;highest mean for 24 years
Mr. W. J. Ragan and family, of Banyan must continue to keep clean streets as 1893, 83.2; lowest mean for 24 years' 1904, Titusville, Fla. .

visitors at Mrs !IcJunkin' 76.1.
were pleasant heretofore.
'fi Rainfall in inches, 9.82; average for 28
Sunday. Capt. Sam Martin is having another years, 5 22; greatest for 28 years 1884, :
,% Mr. Geo. F. Ensey left last week for workshop built, as the demand for his 11.72; least for 28 years 1883, O.S6. !L DRY GOODS

-' points south in the interest of his gun and boats has increased so he has to increasehis Prevailing direction of wind, southeast. : ,

blasting powder, which, it is said, is space for building. He has on hand Number of clear days, 13; number of
fair days, 13; number of cloudy days, 5,
cheaper than other powders and perfectly. now a carload of lumber with which to number, of days with rain, 17. Number

safe: build a launch 38 feet long for Mr. Geo. of days with thunder, 25.: CLOTHING

R. Lyon, of Wankegan, Ill., and a large Island Home, Merritts Island, Fla. ,
A little forethought save no ,
may yon
house boat for Mr. Geo. McLean of Pittsburgh ---- -- -
end of trouble. Anyone who makes it a '
: rule to keep Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Pa.They GENTS' FURNISHINGS

xx and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand knows ,
this to be a fact For sale by Red Cross Appeal to Our Sympathies.The t.

_", >, Pharmacy. f bilious and dyspeptic constant AyersDon't
a.. sufferers and appeal to our sympathies. SHOES
There is not one of them, however who
Showers daily during the past week. may not be brought back to health and ,

- y4 '" Water in Eau Gallie river is at a high happiness by the use of Chamberlain's try cheap cough medi _
Stomach and Liver Tablets These tab-
,. mark. lets invigorate the stomach and liver and cines. Get the best, Ayer's MILLINERY

.... Alex. Xear's lighter again in the harp strengthen the digestion. They also regulate Cherry Pectoral. What a
the bowels. For sale Red Cross ,
''- ;h' bor and ready for work. Pharmacy. by I record it has, sixty years of

I ..,; > Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. H. Gleason left I i I .
1 for the north this week on a vacation. Weekly Weather Report. Cherry FURNITURE.
i 'I
II EB BUREAU. Pectoral .
vvvvvrvwrlY I .....
t .... '. JUPITEB; FLA., Aug. 8. 1900. WWW: : :: :; : : : /
We like best call
;. Comparative statement of temperatures! cures! Ask your doctor if We want
scorns and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday your patronage.Our .
f, ,1905 1904 he doesn't use it for coughs,

"r: a food because it stands so emi DATE. HAL" MIW. MAX. MIR. colds, bronchitis, and all aim is to please YOU.

I ; i phatically for perfect nutrition. Aug." 3.2. 82 87 74 74' 86 85 71 72 throat and lung troubles. r w=I New, Up-to-Date Goods in

: And yet in the matter of restor- 14 4. 90 76 85 72M "I have found that Ayer Cherry Pectoral every
.to the beet medicine I can prescribe for hronchitU -
ing appetite, of giving new 5. 91 77 85 70 ,influenza cmizlis.and hard colds." Line.
8. 89 74 86 74 M. LODEXAX.M.D..Ithaca.: S.Y.
,} ; strength to the tissues especially. 7. 85 72 85 77 25c..50U 00. ..C.ATER CO..
: to the,nerves, its action is that 8. 87 75 85 68 AH dru. !'i.ts. for 1.'acll. Miss,. Mail orders receive prompt and
; Total rainfall for the week. 4 27 in. I
of a medicine. Departure rainfall for the week plus 3.15 i careful attention. ;

R. storm OWNED pate inches. I i BronchitisCorrect
: Departure rainfall since Jan. lst,1905 minus ,
{ i sogyr. $Pearl$ Street. ; druggists.New, ,York.oc.udfi.oo 0.25 inches. I JOHN R. WALKER & j jt
H. P. HAKDIIT. any tendency to constipation Titaille Fla.
ii Official in Charge with small dose of Ayer's Pillt- ,


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