The Florida star

Material Information

The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
August 18, 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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
002071719 ( ALEPH )
34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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


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;j, JflfljJIQ1 f r SS1Pf' =Tuesday. ?,! :.NK r afternoon W- '.. a moat' A.WXN exciting. ,S.I game BEST[ 'NEWS( :,A ANDICIDENIS.., CLEARANCE SALE AT KLINE'S. E 'fk'"

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'ii'.: ,; ''.'h1-"",,- ;'',',.<'!: "......,,'. '" ..;. -Ri' was played here"between?the kid nines !
.N ...... .,'1'tefk ieetlAedi ; Matters of Interest That .re'HappeningAroaad '
Titusville 'Both
of .
',-, .;,..>... -. t<-<)"".)';.,-.,,>-.-,. ;4. ..ili. ,-Jy" <" ---''-.,._. tei1mi Newwyrna'and did some Ttra: fine playing. for lithe .Town.' '

.:. _I iV.1i CoDtadTofGIeDw-.. .. ;Wee- inK .'fellow,/iud :.the 'whole pine,,was Mr. J._ JP.''O'Brieuor &fc Augustine, to '

.. ,-'. (. -_ "-1I''..''''ffl ,r:-:-': ,,. .. ,1.' ,., ". played in a slight lain/fell,"which neces- true, .. -in Titnsville! Monday.. '

"K. .' E&1 Bobfnson:,left- tQidai .for curtly made, the''ball ''hard to control. Miss Bernice' Stratum;. formerly of f

:Wj,. > JtlU ntileiind', .. probablYwill. .I p- >.' ,.to' Each'side. failed' -to'score'. four innings. i Minis, haa opened school at Delray.inDade 8 :

: "' .":'. 7Ciroli. .,......" -...,.,..... .:' and. in"the last'b'inning, ,for the Titnsvilles- county. v- ;

)z# i Flowe,Taylor, of Cocoa, arrived it l looked Vs though the- score wonldjtie, Mr. T N. Decker is thinking of goingto .
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'f--:.. 4,iay--on'v. :,'":.her, ..friend. ,, Miss 'bat. Call ;Norwood, 'was-, called- oat atthird Panama to try his lack in that new
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0:-Z -tMf8.p i'J..Hall, andMaater.Vrank: and rune for'. he'ew Smyrnaa and 9 for Titus- A. N. Nolle has moved into the.

,,:..;.;WS W left,yesterdaV, to visit relatiwi ;ville Orndorff cottage, in South Titusville, ,
':-.; '& ,,ia the ncie1'chy! for a'few.days.._ < ,The visitors i appeared to be slightly coming here last week from Shiloh,. his mi
smaller in statue than Titos ville bat
they '
:;j1i Y iii: Kata'Uamilton,'of Stuart,. is here! former residence \ in j'
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played making
RJr: "11" .y' ... really 'a, "heavy" game; !
? J.'Brown Mrs. L..W. Haile left last Saturday for by
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,, few:errors
pitcher Spottswood
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f- t "and'; Ol1t'cane and it the
1' .r. '* throws: a pretty took -
,,-'rt Mrs. Thos.' Canfield.. She was accom-
_...-t-rt-t" -l.f,,,, -; TitusvUle, kids some time, to "find" him, (
t.t; r m are pleased.: to :stat e that" Mrs.'G. bat when.they did it showed: up in the panied by Miss Mary and Miss Dorothy, 59

Mibine. recovering: from the recent last two innings. H. Paul, their catcher. her two daughters..

: \ a spelt of illness with which she was a diminutive fellow, was fine behind the Dr. F: Hi. Houghton' expects to leave in

it blt_last wee1. bat. tBob a day or so for his, summer home in Wee- ,

-,::: "Nii maI bats cleaned, blocked and new Flood ias developed into ,a' fine terville, Ohio, for three months' stay,

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{ry1i..iH\ ., .CollinsAg't. Basket leaves a,base.runner can't be beat.. He scored first of the.... summer.' .

'y.'''7'J':t. '.Tuesday., three runs for T aaville. The Daytona Journal, of Wednesday
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;f : >- -I ;,,1tt..! Dykes and :family"expect to Probably the best play. ever made on states that Mr. Chas. Gaylor and Miss :

: .$\t leiie_either. tor.Miami or,,Jacksonville in the.Titusville'diamond was. that towards Clara Winne were to be mJ'rrt'ed yester-
.< the latter of the three of day, Aug. 17th. Charlie's Titusville '.
'''' : |*week.or:so--they have, not folly tie.ddedupon'whieh part game'when

f place! they prefer the little, _visitors were pot,out on a double friends extefad congratulations.Mrs. l ty !

play with a forced ran-New Smyrna L. A. entertained the Progressive
Brady t
,f rTo i each customer who. buys ,one dol
: ; t liar's worth of goods at.. one:time will be having three on bases. .. Culture club Tuesday afternoon.' l i
The line was as'follows :- Vocal and instrumental music the
op were
: & ivoja,beautiful! vase,value 25 cents: ,at .
gore eoath'of New Smyrna. Titoaville. entertaining features of the event, fol-
: :1\, the Novelty ,one, door ,old
** N. Berry, c.f. R Flood c. lowed by delicious refreshments.
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:1"" -The'fall t term ot.'be"publi schools at Hi PaolJ-Co" C. Norwood, p. William Stuart Hill, a young man who
kT W. PalUicier,8.8. H. Same, Ib.H. .-
lived in Titnsville about four five
Titosville Cocoa and Eall"Gilbe will or years
\ .. .-Dohn rX Louisiana 2b.
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: resident of Miami is candidate
"' llth. ago, now a
.commence on Monday, Sept The
: M. Aston, 2b.. C. Ful&OD,3b.
z two terms; at these I .will last at.the 'coming pri.mary'election in
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i, places, ;
.. A, Dilzer, 3b. J. Carathers, s.s
the of Miami for the of
": ; ;: *:;; city position mu-
** K/Chilton Ib. C. Walker ItW. I ;
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; i ;. ,_11&, :F.A.Morgan and< Master :Griffin, IX B. Carlile, c. f.' 11

< ".h .. :""'tM"mNeW"": .:,".. "'.. '. -'<"'. ,..,,,,, ." R.6p tnood, p.}, fai1e..f._ raised Capt.,Fischer is having..tmctore.Thefram.his ,residence ,
." a two-story
... !,,.>.. .-."... ,.. > ing s> cfp rt:of the- dingoVtb ;:"eflottd v : t
_o. .' few Snynfcg :.2.01( 200..010. :
)' who Elise in Brooklyn 'riU18vill. :_..:2 20001022; 9 story,is now'nptand the roof is about F. :
-ft *""jfcj 't f** "' i ready to shingle. This will be a great
: m jawrjff J. P. Brown sraetaken; -ggjte ill Umpire;J. L. Mobley. a.
....: improvement to the and com-
'. Scorer W. F. Allen.
; aia Cocolast week: with malarial fever,
y.rrabue he and hit family were visiting Messrs. Harry Sams and C. L.DobD, of fort of the place. .

? .. with friends in that town. Dr. Hugh let New Smyrna, accompanied the New The dredge Klondike' from Daytona,

3 predict that the' illness while severe, Smyrna kid baseball nine to this place is expected to arrive here in a day or'so

look after the welfare of the for the of cutting a channel in
i.J -,;Wilt not last but a few days. Tuesday to purpose i
, "t little fellows. Banana creek from the dock of the Canaveral .
.i-, ., :Mr. G. E. Pritchett was at.home the
club out to the deeper channel, goods.'I
.f"l first of the week, but was called on
; away
-, TWO GAMES AT PALM BEACH. making a direct cut of about a quarter ofa
;.r business Monday afternoon again. Con.
The crack teams of Miami and West mile over a sand shoal.A .
-:u,.. itractor.Hall expects to start work on Mr. ;
I Palm Beach played a doable header at carload offish was shipped from here
tr ,?ritchett'a new residence' as soon as the
%: :, finishing work on the Masonic building the latter' place yesterday, the first gamein Sunday by Haile, Griffis Co., consignedto
; the morning resulting in favor of theWest Columbia (S. C.) Fish & Ice' company '

1 !' !, .is_completed.Messrs. Palm Beach nine by a score of 3 to -this being the second carload shipment
: : D. St. Clair Nisbet' and J. E.
? ; ,, 1. The afternoon game was won by the within ten days. Some of our fish houses

!:' ;Fields, Indianola, were in TitusvilleSaturday Miami team by a score of 7 to 5. also shipped as high as a hundred barrels

; #:r and Sunday for the purpose of Miami plays with Jensen today and at offish by express last week. The carload

.it inspecting some, horses that Mr. Bailey this place tomorrow. above reCerl"el0 consisted of over

t' Magruder, of Orlando, was expecting to -I. 10,000 mullet and some bottom fish.

,show, :here. We. understand that the FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES.
Mr. W.P. Giles has moved the building
watock'did not show upland.consequently
:' Saturday-8c. apron ginghams 6c. back from the street which he recently t .
they returned home! quite disappointed. Monday-12c. light outings 9jc.TuesdayMennen's :
used Mr. Caruthersas
bought, formerly by
;Miv Maurice alsh has just been made talcum powder 17c.
Wednesday-5c. toilet soap 2 for 5c. a barber shop, and as soon as thoroughly ;,
{t general freight and, passenger agent .of
1 Thursday-35c. window shades 25c. overhauled and repaired will move

Y y ;- '.the, J pariea & Western railway, with Friday-Woolen dress goods at cost. I his family into same. The location is
headquarters at Darie'n. Tbe appointment Cbas. A. Gardner, Titusville, Florida. .
very convenient to his occupation at the
: effective 10th. Mr.
became Aug.
of the Titusville Electric
plant Light com
was resident of Titus
r Walsh formerly a pany. : ,
:villa, and until a 'short time since was the term of court which was recently 1
colored baseball nines of New
traveling passenger agent for the Atlantic held for the purpose of clearingthe
and Titusville crossed bats the
Smyrna on
I.- Coast line. Dade county jail, Judge Jones had
-t. the school house
,: .something of an experience, says the Miami diamond near yesterday

Where a stimulant is indicated, the Record. Two civil cases that it was afternoon, and an exciting game was
Ya4fa doctor prescribes good, pure whiskey. I. played. The New Smyrnas won by a
bet supposed would be tried in three or four
W; Harper is the ideal liquor-none of 14 to 10. The visitors made quitea
I score
ter. Sold by F. A. Losley and R. L. days, took up four weeks of the court'stime
; lead in the first three innings, then Ti- : ,
Motlow. and made it impossible to try criminal
'...1a6.LB cases. Notwithstanding this, Judge tusville forged ahead and led by two

-ye' OF THE FROST PROPERTY. Jones tried the cases with the utmost patience runs, but_ at the last New Smyrna piledup 'fj'
} of his home 1,1 several runs and won out. The Titus '
Mr.G. A. Frost disposed heard every argument of attorney
_, place ia Tituaville Saturday to tlr.andllIS. day after day and week after week. villea play Cocoa today.Mr. : ';< SA

-v&Adbemar Brady, and he and his family Judge Jones on the bench, is a most dig F. E. Stone was at home for a few '

; + left Saturday night for Dania, where they nified, fair and upright judge;off of it he days the past week. He has spoken in .il

are spending The greater portion of this is a most congenial "and affable gentle the highest words of praise concerningthe i' tiI

week with Mr. Frost's father, Mr. A. C. man, a joy and pleasure to his state wide dispatch with which the insurance I t::1;

Frost, before going bark to their former circle of friends and acquaintances. When company adjusted the loss he sustainedby I I I 1 1
home in \Vi consio. THE STAR had an he comes to hold court-he is always welcome the fire at his residence about three j

-_ item In type last week regarding this sale and when he departs he is accompanied weeks ago. Mr. P. G.1Valton, the 'localagent
.feat by request of the interested parties we with the best wishes of everyone had the loss adjusted in about a I ij I

left it out of last Friday's paper, as the in the community. week's time after the fire occurred. The l .!
r :tale was not fully made until Saturday. insurance company reimbursed Mr:Stone '
?i' We make this statement to show that the FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT. for,his entire loss by the fire, by the ;'I

'same item in another county paper was Beulah cattage, on river front, ,just wrecking of some of bis furniture and j
'rather prematurely made. south of Indian River hotel, Titnsville. damage to the building- in efforts to reach i 4

I : a
a' '-
No. .1' Irish Potatoes at $3.00 per 3bwheibarrelin3 Titnaville, Flu.
barrel lots; $2.75 per Don't forget-I do all kinds of black- 1

kr. barrerin 4 and 10 barrel lots. F. o. b. FOB SALE CHEAP FOB CASH.About smith and wagon work, horse shoeingand
r gun repairing. Call and nee me. .
area Oak Hill of '
88 land
Fla.J. acres good high on
W. GKIFFIS J. D. EXMS Titusville, Fla. I I a
the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat
::4v Shiloh, Fla. :
the Narrows, described as follows: Lot
; No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section JEWELRY STOCK AT COST. :

& lOW RESTAURANT. 36, in township 31 south, range 39 east. I Clearing out entire stock of jewelry,

m ,1yonWaat{ a mea\ or table board at This land is unimproved bat finely lo silverware and musical instruments at
i Treasonable prices patronize the Peacock cated. For farther particulars addressE. cost. Must be sold by Sept. 1st. '
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iBestaorant; corner Main street and Wash M. Low, G. L. MIXOAVILLE i i
ington avenue.. -." V Brockton, Mass. Titusville, Fla. i,I !
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.' t'" VfnJWorley.manhal, .tu-conedor. Physical.Culture Elocution! and Music i rf
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K.rK..'.Pyl..,.derkV and troeuwr John -. "
Henry- : Jno.. :e. W<er"..Br '." '' .- ,
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,Pritebard. B.L.Motlow;K Ai Hogu'W. sii.OOO spent this year in building and equipment Steam Heat,Electric Lights, jj
Qymntsium.Swimming Pool, Good Fare, Climate Unsurpassed. Strong.Faculty of H
lJf $. Branaing,: eooncilmeju 'I The. .
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f? 7irroywrY'Om ERS.-A'D.Penney:'-.Thor Session'opens Sept 28th,1903,.'catalogue addressI. '
. f' r Yille,county judge;D.L G .olden.< Thus; '
i..'. } 'fft,, 1 vine.prosecuting,. attorney-A.'A..Stewart COCKRANE, tllNT;'President.r -vljj*
; .;. Titasville, clerk, circuit courtr P. A;McMillan 1 i*
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Eaa Guide tax assessor E.W. Hall, = "
fJiIff!:: ,Titusrille. tax collector John Henry: ,Titus- : for Rheumatism. Cuti,
't t $ ;. : Yffle tres'ttler; L;R".Walker,'Titasville, A su re''C"u r 6 n Wounds, old a
I, -)'J.0.. E. L. BRADY ,& BRO., Sores, Corns, Bunaas,
1 Contracted Muscles, Lama Back, Stiff Joints
Galls Bruises
1 t;;' Brown.TitosviUe,.sherinl W. S. Norwood ,
;: :Titnsvffle, registration>]ioer.' '"' GROCERIES} HAT GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS. Frosted Feet Bums Scalds, etc.. subdues Inllaat' =
! ; AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation.
_A : COUNTY COMMISSIONEBS.-B A,' Conk We handle produce of all kinds We for Fertilizers. We deal exclnsivelj mation, and drives out Pam. .
are agents Hape
Tollman chairman W. & Walker;'Titusville loosens the Fibrous 11ssuet.
: Ing, ; PENETRATES the Pores,
in the above line of '
goods.And solicit the
trade of all Write for prices
consumers. us 01
lI' }'. !' ;.,John B Miot; IndUnola; 3.1. Grain and all Groceries delivered free circulation of the Blood giving the .Musula1figural
I ='. ,Wooten.Cocoa;;T.J.: Cock hutt. LaQnnge.Begnlar at your station. E. L.BRADY &BRO..TITUsVILLZ,Ft/. promotes a .

;;.'t.: : sessions are held. first Monday in elasticity.
t :,,...0'. each month< .AQONER & c<>' BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH"
k :(f, Hay, Grain; Frnit and
AN REVIEW. and! Groceries
I qZ'' Produce of all Kinds, CURED SCIATIC -

, : Scenei AtteBdlBGre tln% of a Bat
,I Ts. I tie:Saiadroa by the President, '," :yVEGET4BLES A SPECIALTY' Mrs. B. A. SImpson, SOO Craig St..8aosvflle

"Sylplv flying :the president's flag' :rltusv1.U'e. t s Florida. Tenri.HotSpriogs., writes: "I have been tryidg the baths oi<
F. "' coming up the river, sir!" \ Ark., for sciatic rheumatism but I

y? =' This,megaphone"'hall.from the after get more relief from Bollard's Snow Liniment

signal bridge of' the battleship, Alabama than any medicine or anything I have ever tried.
s Inclosed find postoffice order for$1.00. Send mo
to the quarter deck of that yesselrecently -
large bottle by Southern ]Express.
brought all tbe excitement

? which ensues' on highly disciplined The Geo H. Fernald Hardware Co. THREE SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00BE

-. naval ship is' known that the SURE YOU GET THE OENUINE

head of the nation is approaching, says Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
r:'..' the New York Herald. An orderly

tr,., :, dashed,below to notify Captain Koeder, MACHINE SHOPS ST. LOUIS, U. S. A.

j};'J' a messenger ran to summon the bugler .

< .. 'and to tell, him to sound "assembly"
fft.;. and at the same time the lean arms of

"t ._;: ;' the semaphores began waving warning Plumbing and Metal Work'BUILDERS' .
:j: r-.;',:" ,'. to the, seven other battleships anchored SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

1 .; farther, up the North river. The crews RED CROSS PHASMICY, TITOSVILIE, and'EAU GILLIE PHARMACY, EAU GILLIE
'-:. : of.the saluting battery dashed to'their -.-
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iiL:.. stations'and the men of the marine ,
: .' guard came hurrying to the quarter
ash;; .; i Southern Railway.EFFECTIVE
f1. "_ -. deck, buttoning blouses and adjusting Agricultural .

'.;. accouterments as they hurriedly fell inline. Implements APR. 10. 1904.

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.f When a mile or so distant a string SANFORD FLORIDA 30 No. 34 Between Jacksonville and New York ( f S'--
ba:1 29//
'tis of signal flags went fluttering to the _Daily. DIy. .' Daily.
foremast of the A few seconds 7 55 p .------ -920 a Lv Jacksonville, ha.-------So. Ry. Ar. 900 a == HO p
.' Sylph. 1..1 a--.------- 13 P Savannah, .___________ By. Ar. 4 50 30 P f
",' ;: later the megaphone roared down at 95;) a,====-10,05 pAr._, N. 0.-So. Ry. Lv. 950 a---------3-- M a

}r.: : the quarter deck again, and the voice.fJ 642 p1 1::::.::= 658 a Ar. Richmond, Ya___-------_tio. Ry. Lv. i23 P-: == 1130 p

. >' behind it said: 950 pl------- 945 a Ar. Washington D. .,___:_._So. By Lv. 10 51 a === 9 50 P
:1 "Sylph makes signal, 'Do,not salute 1125 ------ IJ O a AI' Baltimore, Md.-----P. R. R JAV. 612 a -_--- 82'J P
the president's flag,' sir!" t 23;) a--------- 145 p ,Ar. Philadelphia Pa._ ,_. --..P. R.1'Lv. 333 a--_____- 53 P
\ "All riglit," responded Lieutenant OF SEA ROUTESI 630 a ------- 415 pAr. New York N.'Y.P. R. R Lv., 1210_a---------- 3 23 r -

: '. I' Pressy, officer of the deck. The captain QUEEN NOB. 33 and 34-"XeV York and Florida Express." Daily Pullman Drawing Room
,l s was notified, the marines told to Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York.
'1 "break ranks," the saluting ,guns' Nos. 29 and "Washington and Florida Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Boon
Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and Sew York.
_* = crews fell away from 'their stations

: <.'; a t and where routine they had duties been' were left off resumed all In Merchants<;& !Miners Trans. Co's .Do:I 30 Y. Through"The Land or the.Sky" I Xo...-..:.p. s

' the space of-less than minute. 7 55. P Lv.Jacksonville. Fla.,______________________: ___._____So. R,., Ar. 900 110
-; 1215 a Lv. Savannah, G3.,_ _,_ ____ .____ So. Ar. 430 ..
Then the Sylph came dancing by, herpresident's STEAMSHIP LINES -- ------- ----------- ? Ry.
e 600 a Ar Columbia, S. ., ____So. Lv.
--------------------- ------ Rr. 113 a
r-+ :: flag looking as if .it were 150 pAr. Asheville, N. ..----------__________-__________.. -So. By. Lv. 413 p
l: ., :.', two or three sizes too big for her. Ask ----BETWEEN---- 237 pAr. Hot Springs. N.c.,________.-------_----__________ Ry. Ly. 12 tS a
;-! '.- she' drew under the starboard quarter 600 pAr. KnoivilleTenn--_______________________________._So.By. Ly 935 a '
L : of the Alabama the president, who had SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct 815 a Ar. Cincinnati Ohio.------____.____________..____.._______Q. & C. Lv. S(5 p
..s'; been standing on the bridge, approached Nos.29 and 30-Pullman Drawing Room and Buffet Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville aDd
" the rail and lifting his hat remained ---- Connections for---- St. Louis, daily.

: :" '.;.'' -' passing uncovered the battleship.while the Officers Sylph was and Washington New York and Boston. _I 1\0.13 Between Jackilonvllle and the North and Weit. :No,11 1_,

:' crew stood at attention and saluted. ', ------- 745 P Lv.Jacksonville, So, By-------------------------___\1. 935 a ____
;' : beside the \ 300 a Ar.Macon, So. Byt-.____ ,
Standing president was ------.I ---Lv. 215 a'___
:, Mrs. Roosevelt and on the bridge near Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations. ------ 5 20 a Ar. Atlanta So. Ry-------_._.----------_____ 11 SO p'___
; cuisine unsurpassed ------- 945 a Ar. Chattanooga, 80. ----_____-_________________ G 15 pL.740 __
W: them conning the vessel, was LIeu- ------- p Ar Cincinnati Queen & _________-_______ 830 .L___
: tenant' F. T. Evans, who commands SEND FOR BOOKLET. ==== 840 Cilcionati _______
P Big Four liuute ____________Lv. 710 a===
,' the yacht and who Is a son of Rear H. C. VERY Coni'l Jacksonville. ------- 710 a Ar Chicago Big Four Route-_________ ______Lv. 830 _

Admiral R. D. Evans, commanding the Agent, ===1 835 P c.'illrinnati"r Penn. Lnt's_=___ __::.___________Ar. '"'ii1 45 p--- =
:> squadron which the president was Informally J. C. WHITNEY, 2d V. P. &T.M., W.P. TURNER, G. P. A., -------1 I 710 1Ar.. Chicago. Peno. ___________________ 840 p ___
1-. 4 reviewing. ===1 1 845 p Lv. Cincinnati, C H.& D.- Ionoo\r. 140 .f- ____
Rear Admiral Evans was on the GENERAL OFFICES, BALTIMORE MD. ::::.:::i 723 a Ar. Chu".lgo. C. H. & .- _______________ .. 9I2 PI._....

quarter deck of the flagship, the Maine, -----_. '- ---- -- .- ----- -- - -------' 945 P Lv. Cincinnati, C. H. &; D.-mch.: Cent-----______Ar. 700 a';_______
" u_____ 520 a Ar.Toledo, C. H. & D.-Ich.Cent___________Lv. 11.0 ____
when the p'
-S-rlph came by. The president NOTICE.NOTICE _un__ 725 a Ar. Detroit 3 C. U.& I-Mieh. Cent_______. -__-Lv. 1000 _
saw him, removed his hat with pl .::::=
830 P Lv. ncinnati, Penn. Lines-------_---__---__--_ Ar. 630 .
1: one hand, and with the other made a is hereby given that the following described lands will lie sold at public auction :::.=:: .55;> a Ar. urg. Penn. Lines_______._____________:-:Lv. 815 ar----
;'", gesture toward the Jersey shore. This fourth day of September, 1905 in front of the door of the Council Chamber at ------- 930 P I Lv.t'incinnati, Big Four--------------------------Ar. 1650 a PI L.==_:

was*thought to mean that Mr. Roosevelt Titusville, Brevard CountyFlorida or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the ------- 6 4.5 a AI' ('Ie\'eland, Bill Four---.-----.------??--__-- 930 pl!_______
had intention of taking a train in amount due for taxes, herein set opposite to the same,together with costs of such. sale and ad- _-__ __ -530 P Lv.I.exinllton. So. -------------_______-______ -1-45 &1u
, vertising; 810 pAr. Louisville, So. _. _._________ 1
the Pennsylvania "station. ------ -- _______ 740 al--
---- ----- ___. 732 a A r, Rt. Louis So. Ry ________ ___ _
The squadron made a fine appear- as --- -- n ._______. _Lv. 1010 pi.Nos ______

-. ance as it lay In the river and seemed 3 13 and l-t-'The Florida.Limited." Daily Solid fStibule Train Through
f- Day
I well worth reviewing. Its eight battleships OWNER. DESCRIPTION OF LAND. g = o ; oe xv:; Coaches and Pullman sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati.I

. were anchored fn line as l''t ow = i I
straight as any that could be drawn .. -.r.E-: 1 0. ::: .-:::.J: 4od E.. = 5 No 131 Between Jacksonville and Kansas CIt".. No. It N0. e

by rule, the Alabama at the southern ____ ==- 745 pi Jacksonville FIa, So. ______ ____ .
Unknown_ Part W i of S E 1, Des. D. Bk. "C," ------?- ? 933 a ==
end of the line, the Kearsarge at the t ------- 520 a Ar. Atlanta, Ga., So. Ry---------------------I.v.

, extreme northern end, the rules of C. D. Flood. All page except 385.SV corner to county-,Block 33 21 35 4S $5.00 ------1145 805 a Ar. Memphis Birmingham Tenn., Ala, So. ----------______ ___ I 1150 515 P_---.--------
" tactical formation and not sentiment 10. Bice's add'n to Titusville._______ 33 '21 35 2.64 ------- PAr. Frisco--------------_-Lv. 8 15 al
I. ------- 940 a -\r. Kansas City, .10., Frisco. .______ _______ I I ------
however appropriate it might .have t'nknown.-u_______ N } Block 1.Titus add'n to Titusville 21 35 1.40 -- -L- 630 p;___ _
Unknown--_______ Lots Sand 9. Block i Titus add'n to Nos. 13 and 14''The Florida Limited."
seemed, governing this formation.: Daily
Titusville_____ ___-_ 34 SI 35 264
T. N. Decker.. E 1 Lot 2 and XV J Lot 3,Block C_____ 3 22 35 5.18 EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE.
Oaa Lamout'a Memory Unknown?__-__________ Part Lots 8, 9 and 10, Des. D. Bk. "L," J. C.LUSK,District Passenger Agent 108 West Bay Street Jaclccon
260. Block F ______ villt.FU,
3 22
page 35
"The late Daniel Lamont. former ---- ---- 2 64 C.H.ACKERT.G.M. W. U.
.. Smith, Lyon & Field._ Part Lots 8 and 10. Des. D. Bk. "BB," TAYLOE.G. P.A.
secretary of war, had the finest memory \ page 431. Block F_________________. 32235 1.70 S.H.HAKDWICK.P.T.M. BROOKS MORGAN. G. P.A.
of any man in public service I ever Unknown..______. \V J Lots 2 and 4, Des. D. Bk. "W,"
" knew," remarked John T. Devine, a hotel page 1S5,\t Suh. Div. old Block 3.__ 3 22 35 453 THE
. E. II.Bice.....________- Lot 1, being N J of Block 5. Dt-s. D.
proprietor of Washington, to a re- Bk.: .Y," page 316. 3 22 35 1.70 The
porter of the Washington Post. "I E. II. Rice_ E J Lot 2. Block: 5, Des. D. Bk. "N," ; Motor
t don't believe," continued Mr. Devine, page 2S6- 3 22 35 5.48 ;
"that Lamont ever forgot a man's face. Unknown.T-- N 40 ft.. Lots 8 and 9, Block 6.________ 3 22 35 2.31
Lizzie J Tucker._______ Lot 10. Block: 3 22 35 1.20
He used to be' one of my regular:: patrons J. T. Davis__________ Part of N W } of N W i, Des. D. Bk.
at the old St. James and knew "KK."page 93 or 9 3 22 35 2.64 : :
all the employees, most of them by C. W.iriggs___________ Lots 5 and 7. Block A, Fisher's add'n that Motes f
to Titusville--------------- 3 22 35 2.64
name. Once here in Washington when
Frank Moore___________ S } Lot 12. Joynerrille add'n to Titus v ,
he was In President Cleveland's cabinet ville---______..._..________..___.-. 3 23..; 1.70
he came into the Shoreham, andI Frank Moore- N J Lot 16 and all Lot Joynerville -
saw him scrutinizing; one of my force. add'n to Titusville. 3 22 35 3.21 -
Frank Moore._____--___ E J Lot 21 and all Lots 22 and 23, Joy It
Then he walked over and. calling the .' ner"illeadd.u to Titnsville_________ 3 22 35 l.SS i stands alone for efficiency and
_. clerk by name, extended his hand. lIe' Anna Erving__________ Lot 5. Sub. div. Lot 36, Joynervilleadd'n strength.
hadn't seen the man for twelve years, to Titusvilie_________________ 3 22 35 150
and yet be remembered him at once." Susie Hall_____________ Lot 1. Sub div. Lots 38 to 42, Joyner It has 111t'ntof" metal and it i is
ville a-ld'n to Titnsville____________ 3 22 35' 1.70 = where it does
J. F. Brown.____..__ Lot 54, Rt'rdell'sadd'n to Titusville3 22 35 s'og the most good.It .
Rheumatism. E. G. Harris- Blocks 34, 35 and 36 ex.S 100 ft., Elk. is perfect in design and work
-, When pains or irritation exist on any 38 Des. D. B. "0." page 228. less E
part of the body, the application of Bal. 15 B. B., Plat Book I, page manship.
. lard's Snow Liniment gives 505- 4 22 35 4.19
prompt re
Jas. Carlile.---------, All Block 45 Plat Book I, .. Everything means
page 505. 4 22 35 something
lief. E.V...Sullivan 8ullh'an'c 140
proprietor D. Laird.---r____ I..ots.5 and 6, Morrows add'n to Titus &.4qw Send for catalogue.
. House, EI 1 Reno, 0. T., writes June 6, yule-----------4 22 35
1902: "I take pleasure in recommending E. G.Harris___-,.._______ S part Gov. Lot 1. Des. D. Bk. "0," 3.59 -

t:.. Ballard's Snow Liniment to all who are page 283___________.______________ 4 22 31' :.64
afflicted with rheumatism. It is tbe only Bridgeport MacMoefi: Motor Co.
- remedy I have found that gives immediate VAN T. WORLEY Bridgeport .
:. relief." 25c, 50c and $100. Sold ,

I; t:.: .. by Red Cross Pharmacy and Ean Gallie Tax Collector, Town of Titusville, Florida. Bridgeport CODB.

'"'l.",, Pharmacy, Eau Gallie Fla. Titasville, Fla.,Aug. 4,1903. F. N. HITCHCOCK & CO., Agents Titimille,Florid


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act as store'managers for a few days.* :

j :EXECUTIVE t .This'sympathetic strike" lasted. '.'fifteen. '- "'. ..,
weeks and threw .44250 men out of } ::':i: -: -

Treasury Deficit For July. work, of whom half are permanently -. :/. : ,-

out of a:Job. The cost of the strike to ;:
.The firsmonth' of the new fiscal .
: the unions $300,000.
was over
year which ended ,July 31 showed that '

the gQvernment.bad spent,$13,857,866 Massachusetts' Union Decision.

more than it took in. This .Is, 3532. The supreme, court of Massachusetts

T4C less than for the corresponding in the case of Berry versus Donovan .. '.

period of last\year, but the deficit at decides that under correct rules of law i"

_, that time 'was partly due to the purchase and 'a, proper regard of the rights of .

of the Panama canal and the individual;" labor unions cannot be permitted

fair' loan, The receipts forthe_. month to drive men out of employment .

were $49,273,133.' because they choose to work in ki'.l'

Why ,Pathologist Moore Quit.. dependently. .

:W""> ">, ;: : Correspondence -given by order .
.V'j 11'mJ-r;; .)>t.. ';..-<,:..-. '. I elected by, popular vote ,In ,Delaware, 100 miles south.of tfie mouth of the" of the president explains the sudden I RELIGIOUS I.

,; fJ1 ; iicf.$.;POLIT'ICALr being'supported by white Democrats Amur. It is a terminus of the Sakhalin resignation of Professor George T.
'P,;!<'$''fl .- !and opposed by,those of,bis own'race.: cable., Moore the department of agriculture's

rt.'g'"('JQ"";4 as l an Independent.. ,When an,appeal was .made.far a majority Famine Faces Russia.. pathologist whose name was' connected Split In Zionist Congress.

rule, POlItIes replied "But 1 with' The Zionist at'Basel., Switzerland
ii { Interesting declaration of Independence am The central statistical committee at a, company organized. exp congress
,the majority." One interesting fea .1 o 11 nitro after an all night session and
has St.' Petersburg that the bar- :
\, been given out by Dis-_ reports
i-t'j '''' ,.....' ture is.:the ,election of Joseph Postlesto cultures for amid scenes of great excitement rejected
vests in of
att rney Jerome of, New York, forty-one tbe sixty provinces
3)A be.clty "treasurer's'clerk., in which soil. The charge by a large majority an offer of
eh.e his of European Russia are
biJ announces candidacyproviding a com
ki. : capacity he;will make out checks for that Professor Great Britain to deed a tract of land
9If': be is noxnipbpular plete failure. In th other provinces
400 white'schoolteachers of the city. Moore was unduly in east Africa for a Zionist colony.
# D! 'j Y. petition 'whi h. .un-' the condition of crop F::is far below the
: ;
: The of rejectlob declared '
d r.the election law, requires: 2,<}OO sig- Insurance Legislation Demanded. average. This Indicates the Imminence Interested resolution
itf. ; ; in one or more for the foundation of the colony In the
na _and, not by any party ma- Insurance Commissioner .Cutting of of a serious famine.
r. kf firms was contalned'ln Jewish fatherland. Palestine, or in that
cWne,: Although be Is a Democrat. hi"national Massachusetts hi hi:* annual report
Wants to Close the Baltic.
ti ? a lett vicinity. Thereupon the minority
politics; Mr." Jerome handles tbe insurance irregularities
'ii', says Emperor William's recent cruise In e r to the known as territoriali ts, left the con
x.that .na on Issues have no real app without gloves and asserts that the ,
i : : the Baltic and his calls
on Russia president from gress and began holding separate meetings J
tIo to _state or local affairs, .and legislature must act to safeguard future .
; Denmark and Sweden is interpreted theAxtellRushPublishing charging irregularities in the election .
l d it to be one of the investments. Ills table shows 1 '-
;Z } greatest
\ as a preliminary move toward the closing of delegates to the congress. The ;
J' 1!: '.our.time,."that small groups tbe lack of ,conservatism not'only_ in of the Baltic 'far the I -
K sea so as wait company o f leader of this radical whig is Israel "
: D1; bave, and not infrequently" a the management of the Equitable but
fr ;: ; ships of other countries are concerned; George T. Moore. Pittsburg, publishers Zangwill the'author. The regular con .
single,'man. obtained control ,of the of,the Mutual and fNew York Life. He -
\k; ii the The announcement ot.the. coming of the National Stockman and gress decided to'promote systematically
b refers to the Equitable as great
; executive machin
cruise of the British squadron in tiiat Farmer. The matter was promptly the organization of the Jews in ;
"Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Insurance
... ."ery.-of'party organization In Mr. sea Is believed to have caused the emperor referred to Secretary Wilson, and Professor Palestine. ..
J.1i : and'nomi- company. general Cutting .
rtJ' "-'. .lAUDe, conventions thinks that'these disclosures show the much annoyance. Moore's.resIgnation. followed Nature Study In, Sunday Schools.
> 'and stand between spirit of'the times to be a. mad rush Czar Against Peace Concessions.In shortly. In'resigning the professor That 'teaching of certain phases >
'i! _
maId that he
had returned the
in which the moral vision the St. Official stock and should be
1.j 'the,public ,servants for wealth Petersburg Messenger of nature study science '
3?.*'' -:and the vot l'B." He of business men is blurred. He says appeared an imperial telegram of the nitro culture company, which made an important part of the up to .
bad been
for him.
W ? ays'. that a man that it is an indictment of the business sent by the czar m reply to an address reserved date Sunday school curriculum Is the

:f*. -who ,'... works'. with and commercial practices which have from Kbabarovka expressing his nnr- More Russian Immigration. opinion of' Wilbur S.: Jackman of the i:

VM? **' ,>ncb a< .group .comes' developed in ,the last ,quarter of a century. pose to continue the war until the enemy Commissioner of Immigration' Ser School of Education ,in the University

Ifffife. under obligations ,District Attorney Is crushed and not to think of the geant reports' that the total Bomber of of Chicago. Writing in the New York

.?* which cannot be disJerome, A Public Ownership Sweep. concession of territory' or the'paymentof Immigrants for the last fiscal year was Educational Review, }Ir. Jackman regards
-3?* any indemnity. This coming immediately 1,027,421 as compared with 812,870 In it as important religious train .
regarded and that be cannot take office ,
; ?' ; In'his address at Boston at the outIng t
& by their favor and still be free. club after the secret interview with 1904 while 11,566 were deported. The ing that the growing mind should recognize
of the Tammany Mayor -
& ,* He does not propose to remain hi Dunne of Chicago said that he had Emperor William caused it to be taken Russian Immigration shows an Increase the great generalization of science
seriously and the conclusion was that of 29 per cent, the total number that nothing happens through
& *- office. by the grace of any man or group found It to be the rule that where
if the Japanese 'make such demands being, 184,897. whim or chance. He thinks it more
of such be Indicates. In other
Jr; ,.men as utilities are furnished by private com
1-j. :' ;words Mr., evidently trying panies they cost from 60 to 100 per at the peace conference M. Witte Filipino Agitators Warned. conducive to a sound faith to realize

to find out whether not the people would break off negotiations. At the Governor that the affairs of men are subject to
); or cent more than when furnished by Wright In a conference '
.' .' of:New York will elect a man'io office public companies. After tiling how same time General Linevitcb has telegraphed with the leading Filipinos at Manila a beneficent and uncbangIng"order

\ \ < :who, has not first obtained permission the city of Chicago was planning a the czar that the army is denounced the independence agitation than to suppose that they'are subject .,

.....? from the Tammany chief or the Republican municipal street railway line, the mayor ready for any task. The general denies at this time and said that the sympathy to the vacillations of caprice that may

:.::'''_'.' chairman to be a candidate. said that a ware of public sentiment' the' published report that his army shown for the ladrones was delaying yield to either mundane or celestial influence.
/ t':. Thus a fundamental political issue is in favor of public ownership of public has been surrounded by Japanese.. commercial and political development He claims, moreover, that the ,

:l: :.I' ',raised entirely aside from the question utilities was sweeping over the land. Kaiser Against Republic. The government has given final confirmation. of the great law of' .
love belongs to science and must
;:;', of. Mr..' Jerome's. personal equation. It He bought that Chicago would have During his visit at Copenhagen Emperor $60,000 to buy rice for the starving come.
from and of
through a study nature.
{ : al'i strikes,at the-system of machine domination achieved its purpose within a few William is reported to have said peasants in Cebu, where the drought .

,f? ..,' ; ,,to which much of our municipal months and bave the proud distinction that be would support Prince Charles has destroyed the crops, and the merchants Cures Sciatica.Rev. .
'( ,':.- .corruption Is attributed.. of the first city in the United of Manila have given $6,000 for
!],>. ;, being for the throne of Norway. He added W. L. Riley, LL D. Cuba. N.Y.,
.'> ," t:Mr.. Jerome said that it was the States to be In actual ownership of its' that if Prince'Cbarles does not become relief. / writes: "After fifteen days of excruciating

p sense of degradation resulting from the street car system, and when that Is an king Norway will be a republic. lie pain from sciatic rheumatism, under .

conscientiousness of being ruled by assured success he thought it would preferred a monarchy. Christian Lun- various treatment, I was induced to try

crooks that was going to start the mean that hundreds of other cities deberg is bead of the new coalition I LABOR I BalJard'ai Snow Liniment; the first application

'. fight be thought was approaching and 'would follow her example.FOREIGN. ministry at Stockholm Sweden. giving mv first relief, and the-

: all that was needed was a man capable Citizens' League Headquarters.C. second entire relief. I can give it unqualified f

_> ;. of moral leadership., 'He spoke of recommendation." 25c., 50c.
W. Post recently elected president and $1.00. Sold by Red Cross
tbe of unrest the I t I LEGALCRIMINALEquitable I Pharmacy
; : spirit throughout of the Citizens' Industrial Association and Kau Gallic Pharmacy, Eau Gallie.Fla.
:: eountD' and the vast literature of graft of America has transferred the head

;.:":. .which" ,had sprung up In the last few Arrival of Russia's Envoy. Restitution Suits. quarters of that body from Indianapolis -LOW RATES-
*'. years. Seifee Witte arrived at New York Attorney General Mayer of New to New York opening offices at e -FOR- !

i5:. .' Wilson at, Oyster Bay. Aug. 2 with his suit and lodged at the York has begun suits against the Equitable Twenty-sixth street and Broadway

; ,' Secretary of Agriculture ,Wilson has St. Regis hotel. He denied ,the report Life Assurance society and the and coming from his home at Battle SPECIAL OCCASIONS

,' :' _called, on'the president and had a talk that he bad said anything about the fifty prominent men who composed its Creek to take charge in person. He -VIA-

.," ''With him about the programme of reforms Japanese conditions being intolerable board of directors prior to the recent has issued a long statement asking SOUTHERN RAILWAY

': which has been devised. He and gave out a statement full of friendly shakeup. The court Is asked to require the public to divest itself of the idea
;,. told' the president that.leaks from the feeling for the American people and i that the directors account for that the association is fighting the labor Two Trains Daily East, Leave Jacksonville ,

'bureau of statistics ,were no longer pleasant words for his gallant adversary ,their management and disposition of unions. He says they believe in 9:10 a. m., 7:55 p. m. ,

'" ,possible. He said it was no longer a Japan. M. Witte is a large bodied, I funds and property, that they be compelled the open shops and also in the right of Oil OR \tlantic( ty. X. J.. and return.
) IM
one man 'affair, but would be run by god natured man wbo gives the Impression II to pay back any money acquire workers and of employees to organize. l00j.jtt On sale daily; limited Oct. 31, \. I

... ,four well trained scientists, two oft'.l of great strength and self by themselves or lost or wasted They are as mueD'opposed to the .
whom are southerners. The secretary possession. After a day spent In sight through violation of their duties, that closed market as to the closed shop or (\fil 7,1 Bar Harbor, :Maine: and retJJUti -

:'; .denied the report that be was about to seeing about New York be went to those guilty of misconduct be removed any other combination designed to restrict IU turn. On sale daily: limited .
M. 31 HlOj.
resign '.And.,said he would stick to his Oyster Bay to call on the president and that the surplus be credited to and ,competition. They are about to ,

:. post until the department was purged. and next day both the Russian and distributed solely among the policy begiii the publication of a monthly $32 QA Buffalo, X. Y., and return.
\\} Japanese were taken from magazine to be known the I Tickets on sale Julys, 9,10, lira \
'-,?; He said all of the trouble originated envoys holders. There Is nothing in this that as Square ited !
: : loth. Can be
:' ... In the quarrel of two gamblers over a New York to Oyster Bay on the cruisers will disturb the Ryan managementTbe Deal, edited by Wilson Vance. They 4,1905.July extended to Aug. .

::: : Tacoma and Chattanooga respec legislative Investigation com deny that the open shops means lower
woman., .. 4 Saratoga N. Y. and
',--:-; tively. mittee met and organized at Albany wages. $ ft ,
Drafts Employees.A return. Oa sale limited
: : Weaver Third Assistant Secretary of State daily:
its of the method?
and probing
: : : in the began Railway Telegraphers Strike. Oct, 31, 100j.
and powerful
new Peirce on board the yacht Sylph pre
1.,' ," campaign for a pure ballot in the city ceded the cruisers, and on arriving at of the Equitable. The telegraphers of the Great Northern CQ7 Washington, D. C, and return.

) ... of ,Philadelphia was forged by MayorWeaver's Oyster Bay an ambassadorial salute of John Hyde Coming Back.In and Northern Pacific railways out .

i>',:' order requiring all municipal nineteen guns was fired by the Galves- response to urgent cable messagss side of St. Paul and Minneapolis were Two Trains Daily West Leave Jacksonville

.' :. employees to report not later than Aug. ton, "Mayflower and Dolphin waiting from Secretary of Agriculture Wilson, practically locked out and had tfie option at 7:45: p. m., and .7:55: p. m. ., .

.:: :;, 9 the cases of illegal registration in there. Mr. Peirce then went from the Jb'.m IlTue the former statistician of of desertiu their committee and ,
2.' election divisions. This and followed t. department, telegraphed from England accepting tbe wage schedule proposed 816 6 I Knoxville Tenn., and return. -
their respective Sylph to the Mayflower was T ,'kets Il' 8
on F 9,15,100.
the loyalty of each official to the after which that he would return to this country by the companies or of quitting the July ,
;:::. will test by president limited 15: day ExtensIon Ly deposit
;'-".. tbe. cause of' good government. The the Japanese came aboard to be pre as soon as possible. He is expected service. A general strike was ordered until St'pl30; 1905.iVft ; .

.,).' reports' of fraudulent registration have sented, and then the Russians. The to"assist materially in the grand jury by President Perhan, and an appeal if Lniiisville

" ., several precincts the investigation of the crop report scan was made for a conference.As ) Ky., and return
:continued, and in president in turn Introduced the Japanese (,-vnv Tickets on sale'Jul :S', 30, limited .
said to be dal. The grand jury has adjourned to a consequence of the strike all '
: .: entire election board was and Russians and a luncheon August 10th, 190,).

j' :' _mythical.Depew .. followed in the cabin of the Mayflower. Aug. 13.Paterson's. train these schedules were abandoned on Qll'i'ii Monteagle, Term, and return, .

> to Explain. Then the Japanese mission went on Mayor a Forger. railways and both passenger Ol'wJ' Jnly 14,15,17Au Promises
Senator ftoard the Dolphin and the Russian William II. Belcher, Paterson's "reform" and freight business were badly crippled An}:;. 31, 1905. Extension Oc-t. 31, 11)05.\ I
On bis return from Europe for the time trains;
mission on board the Mayflower, and has been exposed as a being. Many ilL and l
\ On
that be had mayor 6 O \ Chicago, return.
:",' Depew told the reporters that he was I these ships, convoyed by the cruiser perpetrator of forgeries aggregating were moved by a flagging system 'J sale daily. Limit QC 31, 1995W"i f
nothing to say except ; worked on hand cars. Strike breakers
sailed for Portsmouth
Galvcston, ;jOOO more.. Ills favorite method
$ or Hot Ark. ami f
9i Spring
-<: home to stay in the storm center were ordered from : return.
coming promptly Chicago
:> where the peace conference Is now in of to have been the V--IJ
stealing On
would appears sale July 18, Aug. 115ept.!: !
,: in short time he
{ / and that a and the railway officials claimed that
of his progress. palming off of fake mortgages. !dayofBekb'r 5 19; limit 60 days; extension for 90 daJ .
make public a full statement I The determination of Japan to retain I had been looked upon as a they had the situation well in hand. ii
with the Depew Improvement The strike the demand Dicing Cars. Service a la Carte. ;
: connection her bold on Manchuria was indicated model of upright and pure life. was precipitated by i
::.t. company and the Equhftble loan. I I by the hasty and secret preparartlons of the Great Northern that operators !':lp'pill g car reservations and detailed ;;

::;' ? He admitted that be had subscribed for the construction the railway Editor Criswel! a Su cide. sign a schedule or be dis information cheerfully furnished upon

of "Fads and Fancies Robert W. Criswell editor of the application. Passenger office 108 West
$1,500 for a copy which now runs from.Fusan to Seoul, charged.
;- denies that he did so under New Yorker, who was recently summoned Bay street, Telephone 743.J. .
: but in Korea, across the Ynlu to a Junction What the Miners Want. f
He said that it is his custom Eastern on a libel charge by Congress C. Lt>K Dist. Pa. .
: pressure. with the Chinese railway President Mitchell of the United MineWorkers s Agt.,
: to devote each year at least $1,000 at Liaoyang. It is reported that rush man Rhinock of Kentucky because ofa In an address said that If the Jacksonville, Fia. ..
reference to Miss Alice
; ,, to help "the boys." orders have been placed with American slurring organization had 150.000:: members f;
Roosevelt in connection with her visit
firms in the last few days for 350; CASTOnZA.
: Wilmington.
Dominates when the agreement expires
I A Negro committed suicide
by '
to Cincinnati
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Bean tieSignature 'YH'ugt
! :, in the municipal steel bridges. 150 locomotives an4 2,000
: situation ne April the union should be able to
:: By a curious throwing himself In front of a subway !.
< government of Wilmington, Del., cars. The road Is to be known as the train at New York. He was once connected gain from the operators recognition d 'J.1

\ .,:, Thomas E. Postles a negro supporter SeouI-WIJI line. with the organization known as and an eight hour day. .

:f of Addicks has become the virtual Japs Claim All Sakhalin. the Social Ed tors' society, which bad Chicago Teamsters Re-employed.

<.:: ruler'of the city. In the council are I Official proclamation has been made been securing subscriptions to a book All the striking lumber teamsters in HOLLISTER'S .

{ thirteen members, seven Iwlng Republicans by Lieutenant Hariguchi extending the known as "America's Foremost Fam Chicago returned to work under conditions Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets )

and six Democra Postles by military Jurisdiction of Japan over the ilies." This was under investigation imposed by the employers, and A Busy Medicine for Busy People

': making a deal with the Democrats has entire Island of Sakhalin. The posses by the district attorney.of police supervision was discontinued. Brings Qoldai Health and Renewed Vigor.A

' ,; elected five of his Meads to city offices sion of this island places the whole specific f rCon-tipation, Indige-stlon. UY8
It also announced that vacant
was and KMof-y Troubles, nmple*. Eczema ImpunBlood.
\ two of whom are negroes to return Amur region of Siberia under Japanese CASrrOH'J:..&. places for drivers in department stores Ba.1 Breath. Sluezish Bo-U, fleadach*
for which be prevents' .the election influence. It Is learned that on July _110 H "IS JIgIBJp and Backache. It's R'jcky M jtiEtaiu: Tea in Ub
and houses would be filled .
to two grocery let form 3. <*>:Jt-J 100% R-ii :: :'t .,',, .' of Republican successors the Demo-I 20 a Japanese force seized the port of .tue dh' from the ranks of the strikers The HOLL1STER Pur. CoJIPAST, MadHoil, Wis.

}).t. ; 'cratic officials.; He holds first Castries, on the Siberian coast, about police, and deputy sheriffs continued to I GOLDEN NUG-HTS! :: FOR SALLOW PEOPLEt

: \.'. of.'power .and is the negro

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=r_" ?l THE'FLORID STAB :. _No. ,25, ValkarU, :Miss: Addle King, "

fi,:.. : ,, -y ;:: -. ....<; *< .'',.....y-. ,; -. : '- EDOGATIONALTOPICStftaftn. term' of_six months.No. ., PE-RuNA SAVED MY LIFE
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-"f!"" ;.)'j {k *. '.) _: ". 26,.Grant, Miss Jessie Min&-term, -
; 3 $ntedattbepostMlceatT1t5uflUaamatter.l .
""" ,.w.t: ;r"J f.:. ,....'..?wcoda_ mail ...":. ". ,. ; of six months, .Writes Mrs. W. ,McRoberts. -
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."-. :)/Mr.t. ;.-!tsiW' ...;.Waxiir;: = editor' adP Ml>h r.. ., .t., to:.the Schools 'N .'.'27,'Micro, Miss Margaret G'Russell, t MES. L. If. QRIFKTn, Arco,

.'r j$ MOBKINiigPBUSKJPTIOy. : term of four months. ,It' write;. "I am thirty
PUBLISHED: EYEBY; FRIDAY (io Breiaid County '
.. ,.,t.'i. '.'_ -l NO 101, Titoa ill (colored), M. W., yean old andccrer bad any children;
i 1S ..iJ FKR AKHPMtTB f but since medicine I
r k" -- CTBCTa TOB 8DC MQ1TTH8.- ," < .- Roes, term of five months. beginning your
.. ..a: ", NEW BOARD WAS IN SESSION 'The board proceeded to* redistrict- the gage birth to a 10-pound baby girl, I
",:,or...j,. Y, ," k' ..AdvntUta. -- SHIM runteted... .. ..ear county follows I am stronger than I hare been duce
1tr'< 'apH'" .l as 'I'.
;" : -t' I was quite young. God bless'you
k'v ? School board district No. 1 shall be

{ r.Tbe St. Atiguadne Record_ feelingly remarks lei School.Districts De ldedUpon and formed of and, include election districts e- I and medicine fcrerer."
F; bat, "Floridianuay. :. ;Well begin No 1, LaGrange, number of: registeredvoters ,

I ,.r :y't .donbt the efficacy of the law in patting Properlj. Designated 55; No. 2, Titusvilie, number: of I't I!I

t & crime in this etetd when a prom registered voters, 200; No. 16, Haalover, i I I

!l .: inert newspaper openly asserts> that;' a The county school 1 board met Monday, number:of'registered voters, 21. Total i a your ease ..

; : rff A. certain. Jacksonville lawyer .is. able, to Anvust 7th,'at 2p.. m. Present, R. E. voters 276 .i ill h I! t11 F FI and he *ill U .
boast that never yet has ha.lost a case beI Mime A. J. Carter E.'8. Arnold and J. I I to
, s '; A- School board district No. 2 shall be i i I "a:?; 151111 I1, pleased give ii
x '.fore the state board.of,pardons.." R. Walker, secretary.' formed of and include election districtsNo. I i'! II S h iI j q "I.I i 1 j NiI I' 'Ihh; you his vain '"

[ :.. : On motion of Mr. Carter,.seconded by ., 15, Canaveral number of registered ;h I !I'I I i { III ,! u able advic*

f .i.- :In :New:- j QrtCthe: other day' a man Mr, Arnold, Mr.. R. E..Mims was elected voters, 24; No. 3, City Point, number of I' ::I I 1 I I I IiI gratis. .. 'Ii '
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I ti + ;; found a pocketbooks containing upwards chairman. registered voters, 29; ,No. 4, Rockledge, 11 '
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''fA ;f-..; 'of$6000. He' restored the book to itaDowner. of the last Ili ff it
The minutes regular meeting number of registered voters:, 121; No. 14, ,iII 111 {! rl {

I t r fa.5-;, .. : The; 'New York, papers, have were'read and adopted. The- treasurer. Merntts, number of registered voters, 44. 1 I'h1111,1i' 1 !i

ri ?: t of the finder ofcthe small presented',his report for -July, which was Total voters, 218. 11 \ II hill
It! '['..{ > ;. fortune and congratulated! him upon his read, found correct, and the redeemed School board district No. 3 shall be ; 2 2I _

;};"' .. '. honesty. Are honest men so' few and far warrants cancelled and filed.FINANCIAL formed of and include election districts 4't1,;all, I ,
between in New York that .qBtbe. sen i
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SCMMAXT. No. 5, Eau Gallic number of registeredvoters
gation ot a when one ia found? IIII
t'. e;; day ; Warrants outstanding last report f 4,043.19 92; No. 6, :Melbourne, number of .
: J;rat: :' c,' Luckily for the owner of the pocketbook ,I 'issued this meeting_____ 1.5U.00I registered voters 54; No.7, Malabar, / i
; be did not drop it in Wall street. I --
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5.589.19 number of registered voters, 25; No. 13, '
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I Warrants paid in July ,1,23169 Georgiana, number of registered .voters, :
i'l/-, ExGov William Pinckney: White'of I 1'
: Maryland who few celebrated : Warrants now outstanding....... 4367.50 23; No. 19, Grant, number of registered gI
kf a days ago ,Cash on hand______________'._____ 2,033.61 votesrs,12; No. 20, Banyan, number of r!
i.t- : his eighty-first birthday in the full.vigor I.

): :;,:: of health and strength,gives this rule fort' I Deficit in funds____________ : ___ 2,313.89 registered* voters, 24. Total'voters, 230. "I I Do AH My Housework and
Mr. F. A. Drake is appointed supervisor -
: keeping well and living" long,: "Keep ITEMIZED EXPENDITURES. of school :No. 24 at Malabar. Take Care of My Baby and I S
F'; f '" sober and work hard. There is a volume County school fund.
The letter of Miss Lena
l-,' of good advice in those few words; They Orrel inclosingbill Feel So Good." 4\\1 (
John E. Walker salary snpt. for July $ 75.00A. for $20 for attendance at Fort Pierce .
_ :t/; ;,' embody the best ,that.has been said by J. Carter per diem and mileage___. 7.80R. \
': Hundreds of Sobriety; and E. Mims, per diem and mileage11.00 high school as an isolated pupil for four .. I
. t": ', '. E. B. Arnold, per diem and mileage_ 15.20J. consecutive months, was presented and A YOUNG MOTKCTS LETTER. t
I t-J, ,. hard work are'cardmal virtues that will R. Walker, freight post, exp, etc2 60
I ;:; : win success ninety-nine times .in a bun- A. A. Stewart recording, etc__-_____ 4.35 read. ,The matter was thoroughly dis Mrs. V*. McRoberts, writes to Dr. |t Lk
," ." ; n. E. C. Advocate pnb. finan. statement 2.00E. cussed, and the board finds that the claimis llartman from Dei no, Miss., the l
...":;. .c... dred. C. Advocate. advertising_________.. 1725 ; \t
bey : not a proper one under the head of isolated following;
Superior Mfg. Co., prepaid freight1.81 Delano Miss.
i ;{ : WHAT-FOCI MEANS.. "
',- H. & W. B.'Drew Cosupplies225 pupils. '
151;' '.' 57.51S. Dr. S. B. Hartman Columbus, Ohio: 1
American Book Co.,balance acct
tFI An authority furnishes the meaning of A. Osteen, supplies for No.reg.13______ 1.55 The members of the St. Lucie county Dear Sir:-"I feel perfectly well of a

t.i::_' foci and sub-foci, as used in the yellow Indian River State bank. interest_____ 7.23 board of public instruction, and the su- I I catarrh. I lid aa you directed me to I N I

i ") :' fever reports sent out daily from. New Brevard County State bank, interest, 7.15 perintendent of public instruction for St. and took Peruna and Mr.nalin. The n
John Henry, typewriting min. for pub. 2.00
'P .Orleans ;, Henry Carlile work-on No. 1_________ 13.00 Lucie county, met with the board of pub- t t third of March I gave birth to a ten ((7(7recommend

!# :.:'.' As a medical term its meaning a cen- E. C. L. &Sup. Co.,material for No. 1_ 4.32 lic instruction of Brevard county and the pound baby girl and we are both well,t '
F. A. Houston, ref. poll tax paid twice 1.00 t and I
thankful to
: : ter of infection, and sub-foci means other E. B. Wager pub. exam'n notice______ 10.00 superintendent of public instruction of i happy.and Peruna am saved very life. I I
:5. .' : centers towards which the disease has Mrs. F.C. Prang isolated pupil for May 5.00 Brevard county, for the adjustment of you my
; ; it to everyone and can't
converged and from which the ,disease Special tax school district No. 1. accounts, etc., between the two counties, ti _
It praise it enough.
'f,! ":'. may, spread. L H. Stephens 1} m'ths teach.Nq. 104. 45.00 and the transfer of deeds; insurance, "1 send you my own and my baby's I '

; For instance, the first caSe of yellow\ I Il Ella B. Stephens, teach. No. 106 July 30.00 books, moneys, etc., between the two picture. She is so sweet and good- 'fJ 1
t Florida Star, printing blanks, etc____ 8.00 I
: .. fever in New Orleans is regarded by the W. S. Norwood. list of voters spec. elec. 7.00E. counties were made. she is a Peruna baby. I have such ,..,,,.

6- I physicians as the original focus each new W. Hall, check list of voters_______ 200J. There being no further business the t good health now. I do all my house- t 1'f( \1 .
P. Brown del. elec. boxes 13.00 t f
.'; r'- casetraceable, to that case is a sub focus, 0. A. Stewart, swearing spec. elec. officers 1.25 board adjourned to meet the first Monday work and take care of my baby and 7/Iif :;

):, but each new case not traceable to that Henry Hopkins, bailiff spec.elec. pre.2 2.00 in September, being the 4th day of f feel so good. T rip/'"I'

!, -"" case is a new or original focus; thus they John Henry, type'g ad. for spec. elec1.00 the month, at 2:30 p. m. .\ neighbors"There sre usins tlin-o: .Peruna or four now since of my it \I //4//1/1///i,

I speak of foci and sub foci. The aim of Special tax school district No.2.L. \1;
did me so much good. !
I They were (ft 5Jut
headache results from disordered
', the board of health ia to M. Rehbinder teacher No.13. July 40.00 Sick { i
; so isolate eeryI t\t
I :. : Sadie J. Hogans, teacher No. 109 June condition of the stomach and is quickly + run down, and they think it i? !t 'I

: r .. that there can be disseminated and July___________________________ 60.00. cured by Chamberlain's Stomach and i+\ fine, it is so good to give strength '_ 'I I Addn-c4 llr. Hartman, President of
I ,, ". .. no sub-foci. Emma D.Bryant,teacher No.108, June Liver Tablets. For sale by Red Cross Mrs Mcllobg-ts.. t The llartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
;;>-'''-, : < ... and July_:________________________ 60.00 Pharmacy.In :, e ...,..........._. JI I Ohio. J J
Eunice chofield, teacher No.34, July 40.00 t
; : THE FULL PENALTY. May Froscher. teacher No. 42 July___ 35.00 J
, ; S. A.Osteen transporting pupils July 33.00 covering up his;: tracks a man often --
I _' : -. The Fensacola Journal calls
Treas. StLueio Co., bal.due per stat'mt 5867) makes a lot more while doing it.
a ,---: to the fart that the courts, instead of ira
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Special tax school district No. 3. "RUNS LIKE A CLOCK"Davis
;/.." '_ posing the full penalty of the law for carrying Fraud Exposed.A .
Treas.St.Lucie Co.,bal.due per stat'mt 257.85Special
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: c concealed weapons, have been imposing few counterfeiters have been
: tax school district No. 4. lately !
< t> .: the minimum pe\1alty-Sl00 finer Treas.St. Lucie Co. bal.due perstat'mt 602 05 : making and trying to sell imitations of.. Acetylene Gas Generator j
,- f :' without imprisonment cites the Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump : !

. provisions Total issue______.___________.___rl,54t.OO tion, Coughs and Colds, and other med- j
>r'r: of the law (act of 1901)) as follows: Feeds jj j
icines, thereby defrauding the public.
> The school at Mims wa reestablished !
; : \ "By imprisonment of not less than This is to warn you to beware of such ,

A: .; /> three months nor exceeding six months, and J. L. Price was appointed supervisor pt ogle, who et' profit, through steal +r n

::.* F,? or by fine of not less than one hundred Petition of L. W. Haile, et aL, was read ing the reputation of remedies which : Lump ry l -, J

'" and after thorough discussion tabled. have been successfully curing diseases for
:: : five hundred dollars P
: : 3/ dollars nor exceeding -
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over years. sure protection,to you, r pK'i'
, V/. ',' or by both such fine and imprison The made following'assignment of teacherswas is our name on the wrapper. Look for. y-! pew Carbide ) : r.t
:> ment. it on all Dr. Kin 's or Bucklen's eme-

!ti I And the Journal strongly argues thenecessity No. 1, LaGrange, Miss Carrie Mendel, die, as all others are mere imitations. 4 t fig.t i
H. E. Buckler & Co., Chicago 111., and !
term of eight .months.
J;' and of the
=; :: expediency imposing Wiudsor, Canada. Sold by Red Cross z Gas '! f
z ::;-7'f" full penalty for the 'offense. In this. the No. 2, Shiloh, Miss Maymie Taylor, Pharmacy. ; t BETWEEN YOU AND RUIN 'f
term of months.No. .
:. Journal is right, and the public is indebted seven
'r; 5, Mims, Miss May Froscher term by fire Hands the forfeit protection of
to it for directing attention to the Yield
'f t The fire insurance. The flames have no terror -
t' : Ic:.; matter. of seven. months. Alpine Cottage, ;R for you if yon carry a policy in a good
of the No. 6, Titusville, Prof. J. D. Teeter, company.
It certainly is the duty courts to
Under the of Mrs. Kate
/' do everything in their to prevent principal; Miss Lottie E. Teeter first management Larger, THE FEELING of SAFETY
fi ;. <.: power Myers, assisted by F. A. Losley,
,..? & crime, and nothing they could do would assistant; Miss Helen )[. Miller, second alone is worth the iwt| of the insurance.

H i...,:.:, BO effectually act as a preventive of crimes assistant; Miss Sue F. Hunter, primary; TITUSVILLE, FLA. Acetylene the light of the future. It Let ns write you a policy today. There
; ia telling what Hill
Over happen at any moment
term of eight months. ha the experimental stage.
< of violence than inflict the maximum past
* 11 to and it ia better to be safe than
Board. in in the United sorry.
Daily or Weekly
l' :: < No. 10, Artesia, Miss Elma Geiger, term 100,000 generators
( of the law all who violate
", penalty upon. States. Cheaper than coal gas, electricityor MORGAN & WALTON,
House Furnished.
't :. : the provisions against the carrying of of seven months. Newly kerosene. Every generator guaranteedto TmsiiLLE, FLORIDA.

$!v" :,:',',. weapons. No. 11, Courtenay, Miss Mabel White- Everything First Class. work satisfactory. Use for heating - -

acre, term of seven months. -- cooking and illumination.E. .
No. 12 Indianola Miss Gertrude Mendel
"''' ,3. Location: Hopkins street, near Julia. W. AMSDEN, OKJIOM), ,
T1 ;.. '. As the road to the east coast iat present term of seven months. Agent for the East Coast. TITUSVILLE, FLA.,

t. the minds of people xo. 15. City Point Miss Ida Circulars and price list on application.
.f;, S' uppermost in our Dodson BOBBINS Contracts for all kinds of Painting, KaI
.r ?': .' we ran down Commissioner Chappell, of term of eight months.No. -- somining, Staining, Finishing and Paper

i ":7 Sanford, for information con 16, Gxm, Prof. H. Wakefield, Hanging, at the most reasonable price

; A says the Orlando Star. We found that principal; Miss Susie C. Mims, fir.t't asj-Ut- & GRAHAM consistent with good workmanship.

l.\- r-f ,, he was well pleased with the work done, ant; Miss Inga 0 Hel-cth, second assist --.--- CO., Work anywhere on the East Coast

'g }f : and had nothing but praise for the menhaving ant; Miss Stella B. Mim, primary, term (Incorporated Paid up Capital $25,000.00.) Specially solicited Let me know what

4t i'. : l the work in charge. It will be of eight months.No. This owns landsin you want and get my estimate on it.
company attention
: !; .: ." remembered that there was a mile and a 17, Georgian, )Ir. W. H. Main, the Indian River Country Prompt given to all work.

!t' quarter of road to build on the Yulusia term of SIX months. ,on the St. Lncie River, I TH17HASBROUCK

i /:,,: side which Orange county was to help, No. 22, Eau Gallie, Mr. Leroy W. Den- at New River and on Biscayne

w. .:" :: she therefore set to work and raised by ham, principal; Mi-n Francis C. Arnold, Bay.

':' .:"' popular subscription sufficient funds, and intermediate; Mi<* A. B. Macalister, primary PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.Send .

f', :. about a week ago the work ht'Jf ln under term of fight months.No. for land list. aoV MOTORS I". '
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:',. ..-. the managemement of Mr. J. T. McLain. 23, Melbourne, Miss A. L. McQlin- OFFICES 'I, !Ii !1 I START GIVES EASIER RUNS STEADIER,

I "' Mr. Chappell states that within that week ton, term of six months.No. TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. GREATER EFFICIENCY

', i the force had a mile of the road plowed' 24, )Malabar Miss Willette Forest, and uses LESS GASOLINE per horse

I z; graded: and rolled, leaving only a quarter term of six months. EAST ,..,,dew... power We than any other engine made.
COAST MEAT MARKETG. continually demonstrate
; This will this.
to do on that side. however
A BRUSH WITH SAVAGES Commercial sizes 8 to 300 horsepower.
.' ._ take a couple of weeks as a bridge will Grave Troubles Foreseen.It F. DUREN,Agent, Special Light High Speed sues from
The higher the civilization
needs but little foresight to tell that is a novelty. 20
have to be built. After this is finished to 250 horse power.
the larger the number of brushes in use.
when stomach and liver
.-- there are still remaining one and a quarter affected your, grave trouble is ahead are, unless badly Florida and Judging by the demand here our customers Benj. W. Jerome
T miles on this side to be done by Orange you take the proper medicine for have reached a high state of refine ,
connect at the ferry. The disease Mrs. John \ ment. Every day we sell more and more
county to, as A. Young, of Clay, STATE AGES,
and made N. Y., did. She eave: "1 had S \ WesternHeats of these excellent
i.: ferry will be a cable one per neuralgiaof ( WEST PALM BEACH
the liver and stomach ; FLORIDA.Also .
fectly safe, and will be absolutely free, my heart was TOOTH BRUSHES, HAIR BRUSHES,
weakened, and I could not eat. I was BATH BRUSHES, (etc.)
',_ being maintained by Orange and Volusia very bad for a long time, but in Electric State Agent for
S i. counties. The road, ferry, etc., will be Bitters I found just what I needed, for Perhaps the fine quality has had something
: ,, easily completed by January 1sf, when they quickly relieved and cured me." of all Kinds to do with it-perhaps its the price. HEW LONDON MOTOR COMPACT'STWOCYCLE
.h we can, any day we choose, automobile Best medicine for weak women. Sold Anyway, all purchasers are well pleased.

.- f. over and take a dip in the surf at a nominal under guarantee by Red Cross Pharmacyat RED CROSS PHARMACY, MOTORS,
t 50c. bottle. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
; expense. a TITUSVILLE.
:. I 3 \n 12 h. p. jump spark, nptodate.F .
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ANNUAL. REPORTOf Enrollment of pupils. DRAINAGE CANAL SURVEY.The A lawyer is never satisfied with holdinghis TREASURER'S STATEMENT .

Total white males_____-_______-___579 board of of the internal own. He wants to hold the propertyof AUGVST 1st, 190;;.
Of the superintendent of public instruction trustees,
Total white females________________589
for the year ending June 30th, 1905 : improvement fund have ordered a the other fellow also.Poisons Balance cash on hand July 1.1905.$18,903.34
7 5 -1,168 preliminary ..
Amount received in __ ._
FINANCIAL STATE TENT. Total colored males.__________..____.155 made from some point i July 1903 1.784J9
_4; Total colored females________________161 survey 'in Food.
RECEIPTS.Balance 316 on the St. Lucie river in as direct a routeas I Total$20,687.53Less

;, cash from last year___.____$ 3,620.21Connty practicable to Lake Okeechobee, for Perhaps you don't realize that many wafrants paid in July 1905, and f s

e levy 1904 ________________ 13,883.18 Total both races_____.___________ 1,484 pain poisons originate in your food, but warrants delivered to county commissioners -
: ______._ 896.48 the purpose of determining the most feel twinge of and board of public instruction
some day
t.County levy previous years you may a dys- .__________.__...._____._
,Poll taxes 1904:________________ 682.00 Attendance of pupils. practicable and best route for a drainage fJt'psia.that will convince you. Dr. King's $ 8,769.69

.Poll taxes previous years__._______ 66.00 Daily average white males__________341 New Life Pills are guaranteed to cure all
canal from a point on Lake Okeechobee, Balance cash on hand \ 1,1905.$10,917.84 '
Special district taxes 1904---------- 8,31193 Daily average white females_________335 sickness due of
.Special district taxes previous years. ill 83 676 at or near Chancey bay, to waters of the to poisons undigestedfood The above amount is held as follows:
Interest from state fond___________ 373.20. Daily average colored males..__.,.. 61 St. Lucie river. The board designated J. or back. 25c. at Red Cross Deposited in Indian River State

A. .. State 1 mill tax__________1__._____ .1,334.19 Daily average colored females. _______ 59 Pharmacy. Try them. bank, as per cashier's certificate attached '.
% ;,Tuition non-resident pupils:_____. 59.49 120 0. Fries civil engineer, to make this survey to monthly statement, less

Examination fee5......-.__.______ 38.00 and Mr. Fries left several days ago EDISON'S STORAGE BATTERY. check not in------___________$10,917.84 4
s: State aid to graded and high schools! 1,1.20.00fix' Both races.___________________- 796 T
.' All other sources, collections by superintendent to start the work of this survey. During the past five years Mr. Thomas Balances belonging to each fund are as.

etc._______;._______ 1225.32 GOVERNOR'S MANSION.An The action taken by the board is the A. Edison has been working upon a pat follows: { .
'to I County revenue, general fund_ ___ $1,657.39 '
first in actual work of Gov. Broward's --
w.. Total receipts__............______$ 88DISBURSEMENTS. adjourned meeting of the governor's step tern of new storage battery; for the propulsion .... road and bridge ...... 763.73 5
mansion commission was held last Satur gigantic and magnificent scheme of reclaiming of motor carriages. A few days building '* ______ 7.65
$ the Everglades.The fine and forfeiture ______ 5.234.81feeding
Old warr'te outstanding July 1,1904$1,477.69 day to consider proposed sites, but no ago he announced that the battery had prisoners ______ 182.55

.For school lots________'-___________ 7500 site offered met with approval, and the above information shows that Gov. been perfected, and that he would erect sp'l r'd f.d. ,Dist... 1-__________ 9.13 .
'j{ :. "new buildings_______________ 3,34490 Broward and the internal improvement a plant for its manufacture in large .a. .". ..e. 3_h_____... 701.38
44 repairs ______________.____.___ 3432.90 following resolution was adopted and the fund of which he is a member I I num. .. .. .. ". 3:_________ 188.89 ,
,** furniture______...__...__...._ 664.50' commission adjourned subject to call : trustees bers. The new battery, Mr. Edison says!, .. 4 5, St. L. c'y 18.24

.. ,.... apparatus__.............--.-.. 2400 offeredto intend to take hold of the great drainage is no smaller than the old one, but it game warden fond____________ 98.48 {
nsurant-e...__.._..___________. 72.70 Resolved, Thai pone of the sites without delay. Chancey bay property of deceased persons _
: -'..>. rent...-..-.-..-.-------------- 12.00 the commission for the location of the proposition weighs only about half as much, and fund__..___ ._____._______ 1.60
clerk for sul'erilitendenL150.00 mansion in the of mentioned in the above is in the north needs to be renewed only after eight or school fund (general)___-__ 4 til

janitor________..__.__..1__.... 123.90 :' governor's are, opinion east corner of Lake Okeechobee. The ten years' whereas old ".. special tax.. school.. dist... ______ 416.66 ,
." fuel ________.._..__....___.. 4.00 the commission, suitable sites for the per. use, the, type must. /1 275359
1, ** free-book- .__.._.._..__________ 627.51 manent location of ouch a building as St. Lucie river is twenty-five to thirty be renewed each year or two. Acceptingthe I' II II II 3SLL.C 2fi8.79!
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S ** of pupils 2366.00 miles nearly due east. As the St. Lucieis 4St.L.c 609.90-
4 transportation -------- statement at its face \'alue-and Ir.Edison's .
"14 for isolated pupils____________ 602.37 would be pnde to the citizens of Florida tide river there would :1
f incidentals-----_------------ 709.57 and an ornament to the city of Tallahassee mostly a water reputation is such as to prevent Total_........$10,917.84
14 school supplies-.........--.---- 234.83 be a fall of twenty feet from Okeechobeeto him from making a premature announce. Respectfully, ..
and that the adjourn until
". salaries to teachers---------- 15,707.50 the river. Should the board decide to roent uf this sort-the inventor has takena JOHN HENBY,
900.00'C& such time suitable site is offeredfor
salary of superintendent ----- as a Treasurer.A
per diem and mileage of board. 47760 the acceptance of the commission. open a drainage canal on this route, an long step in the direction of popular.

". commissions paid treasuff'r583,26: opening would be made from Fort Myers izing electric motor carriages. The lack
173.83 I Warning to Mothers.
commissions paid collector -- -
M incidental expenses of board and SHOAL PATCH LOCATED. ,and all gulf points to the Indian river of a light and longlived battery has held Too much care cannot be used with
184.10 and entire east coast thus not only actingas
superintendent ------- back both the and
----- development of
44 statementsetc 147 SO The commanding officer of the coast use small children during the hot weather of -x
** printing financial of examinations 107.50 steamer Hydrog- a drainage canal, but affording a means electric auto-vehicles. Now that the want the summer months to guard against
------ and geodetic
", institutes expenses and summer schools170.80 survey the existence of shoal of transportation so much needed betweenthe has been supplied it is reasonable to assume bowel troubles a rule it is only necessary '

-41 interest to fiscal agents-------- 553.53 rapher reports a gulf and east coast. that to give the child a dose of castor: oil
"all other purposes--...--..-.-. 506.86 patch with a least depth of 7 feet over it. electric vehicles will be cheaperand to correct any disorder of the bowels. Do
Engineer Fries is one of the best civil H'
_ The shoal having less than 12 feet over it better than ever before, and that a not use any substitute, but give the old. .0;
Total --------------____$33,436.35Warrants engineers in the state, and has workedout number of them will fashioned castor oil and : ',
-- that '
--- 150 feet in a northeast and greater come into e e it i is
4,045.19 is about
.4--_ / outstanding many railroad and canal enterprises.If I. common use. I fresh as rancid oil nauseates and has a i
southwest direction about 75 feet wide, I
$29.39116 tendency to gripe. If this does not check f .

'' fish in* hands of treasurer----- 2,663.60 and is surrounded by depths of 16 feet; its you are troubled with dizzy spells, Deafness Cannot Be Cured I I.I the bowels give Chamberlain's Colic, 'i : '/
middle lies about 31.16 miles southwest by headache, indigestion, constipation, Hoi- II I Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and thena

" Total.______________________p32.05476 : Reef beacon lister's Rocky Mountain Tea will make By local applications they cannot reach the | dose of castor oil, and the disease may :1:
west | west from Triumphx you well and keep you well. If it fails diseased portion of the ear. There is only one j be checked in its incipiency and all danger
sUUARY.z 0, and the range of the right edge of get your money back. That's fair. 35 way to cure deafness, and that is by constitu-j I avoided. The castor "oil and this .

outstanding July 1, 1904_.$ 1477.69 the left edgeof Ask druggist.Weekly tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed i; should be :'f
Rocks on remedy
r Warrants the .. 31,958.66 Fowey lighthouse cents. your condition of the mucous lining cT the i I procured at once and y;+j
Warrants issued during year. Bache Shoal beacon passes over the eustachian tube. When this tuhe gets inflamed I i kept ready for instant use as soon as the 7

__ ___._.._______________ 436.35 shoal. Weather Report. you hare a rumbling sound or imperfect hear-j first indication of any bowel trouble ap- i!
Total I ing, and when it is closed deafness is. This is the
during the year.__ U.8DKPART.IEXTOF AGRICULTURE WEATHER entirely j, pears. mot successful treatment -
-vanants paid To avoid this shoal when passing BUREAU. the result,and unless the inflammation can be | known and may be relied upon. 'ft t

'Outstanding July 1, 1903.$ 4 015.19 through the Hawk Channel and f mile taken out and this tube restored to its normal with implicit confidence even in cases of .i I
JrPITER, FLA., Aug. 15. 1905. i condition, hearing will be destroyed forever, i II ; cholera infantum. For
Fish sale by Red Cross
outstanding July 1,19054,045 19 1 mile northeastward of Margot Comparative statement of temperaturesand I nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh. Pharmacy.

v fisldn Warrants hands of treas. July 1,1905. 2,663.60 Shoal Deacon, Fowey Rocks lighthouse rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. which is nothing but an inflamed condition of' j.
eastward of Bache 1905 1904 the mucous surfaces. I
deficit in funds.-----------$ 1381.59 should not be opened DATE. MAX. 1(117. MAX. WIN. i We will give One Hundred Dollars for any Notice of Application For Permit to Sell
Net Shoal beacon when in this vicinity. Aug. 9. 87 80 85 70 case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that can- Liquors, ft IDe" aDd Beer. '
REPORT FOR THE YEAR. .. not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for
GINEKAL affected 465 and 166. 10. 88 78 86 76 j
Charts : free. Whereas, E. L Motlow has filt'dith the ;
schools operated32 11. 85 77 86 76 white board of ar
of commissioners
Number t county for Brevard
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,Toledo, 0. | ; ,
schools operated11 12. 68 75 66 77 .
: Number of. .colored -43 Agonizing Burns 13. 87 75 86 74 I )*Sold by druggists, 75<:. I IHall's county Florida, hIS application for permit to
'I sell liquors wines and !beer in
.. district
Pills the best.
Family are a
Number of white teachers employed- are instantly relieved, and perfectly 14. 89 74 ,87 72 two of said county and state: any citizenof
Number of colored teachers employed 12 healed by Bucklen's Arnica Salve. C. 15. 90 71 88 73 such election district: may show cause, if

S7a Rivenbark, Jr., of'Norfolk, Va., writes: Total rainfall for the week. 1.29 in. any there be, at the meeting of the board t<>
aot nab off "I burnt my knee dreadfully, that i it Departure rainfall for the week plus 0.11 PISO'S CURE FORCONSUMPTION be held on Tuesday, the?th day of Septem }
It will wash and Arnica Salve inches. iJRES WHERE U m FAIL ber, 1905 next, why suctf permit should nut 4 + 5
This complexion all envy me, blistered all over. Departure raSn&Il since Jan. lst,1905 minus Beet Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. IIaeIn be granted. A. A. STEWART
4" and healed it without time. Sold ,
the by
f'5 secret so I'll tell stopped pain, 0.14 inches. Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners
It's no thou Rocky Mountain Tea. scar." Also heals all wounds and sores, H. P. HARDY, Brevard County Florida
Ask your druggist.ftSlr 25c. at Red Cross Pharmacy. Official in Charge. By 0. A. STEWART D. C.




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r ItK ,E ;;THE: ';FLORIDA STAR, ,FRIDAY, AUG., IS, 1905 T V _

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they want- to say that they came,from BEST F.ORTHE %

littery., :Me., God's footstool by .na-. -

taint and .the place ,where;::the :treaty .

r. r. of peace,was signed between the.Japs BOWELS, BUY PAINTS FROM THE MANUFACTURER.

fwdROUBhlafS.4 That's gold enough

ntroduction? 'for any young- aJL. If jtm hnvent a aregnUfjlieilthy movement of hI
}loweR.Teryd r.7oa'i.Ulorwaibe.,Keep
: '..*Waal," 'broke Inr Charlie, Chapman, 'joweU open aDd(be welL..Force in the.hape JOur ot ,
Wr1CARN F.ELDES' violent phjrde or pill polaon is dmnceron The Than to other housein .
r- "we, ain't shure that they will sign smoothest,e&IIleatrmol l perfect wy of keeping f any
\ .the: treaty even after they get there,' the bowel clear and desy is to take the World for first class,

to the farmer who under-j but I' suppose that :won't "Interfere ..' .. CANDYCATHARTIC, best quality
high grade
his with the honor much: ; leastways it is ?
r stands how to feed, Y ',"..
a something: them to,even be In Kit \. Paints. Sold either ready _

crops. Fertilizers for Corn ery.; for use or in paste form,

: L4-r: must contain at least .7' "Sum one down the point was tellln'
be thinned down.
me"1 f: yesterday," said John Sterling, ,.. to .
per cent actual that Teddy Roosevelt is goln' to cum / f S\ Buy from the only

up here himself, to superintend'the r 4 BBmmiJS paintmanufacturinghouse

oiPotash. proper buildin' of, that thar treaty. I '>
sI J in the country selling
also bear that he intends stoppin In EAT 'EM UKE CANDY ff ji
t. J.- Portsmouth. Fleutnt, PftUtabla Potent Taste OooiL Do lij> J *rZ\ direct from mills to user -

Send'for. our .books-they 'There : storm-of excitement at Good Never Sicken,Weaken or Gripe; 10,4a and 5-T < \/V\t .
r necessary was' SO cent pertwx. Write for free sample,and book All other Paint makers
yt': tell why Potash is as this revelation and a hasty canvass of let on health. Address 433

p I .*to plant life as sun and' rain;, Ideas bearing on .a flank movement Sterling R Remedy Company, Chicago or New York. depend on dealers for the sale of their paints.
Sdy J. sent,:if you ask, Write-. by-which. the president's course mightbe KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN That means one heavy expense and one profit that

t GERMAN ICAU WORKS diverted across the_Plscataqua. The we cut out of our business.

3 & IJ. New York-93 Nassau Street or best that. came. of it was a decision. 'to Railway Building In Canada. We sell direct the

r: Atlanta,Ga.-uK.ScuthBroadSt. have committee. meet the presidentupon Thomas Greeiiway a former premierof to man that uses paint.

w, .? ... GD: milD his arrival and offer him Kit- Manitoba, estimates that within the You may think that you can do as well as we could' f

I tery'a.kers. next few years more than $75,000,000 do for you, if you should try to buy a certain brand of .--
And so the warfare continues across will be spent in western Canada In tic
paint that well of direct from the
you manu-
KITTERfSHOTPROTESTWhy the little green river down by the sea cGtistraltlon of railways. ,

no one of the simple combatants dIvinIng facturer. But you would make a mistake. '

for an Instant possible danger of Herbine The manufacturer might take your money and sell i

Peace Conference Stirs the upsetting untimely diplomacy's dispute negotiations by helps Renders the the blood bile to flow more; it fluid affords and prompt thus you the paint, but he would take care to charge you as k

} :Up',a' Maine Village. I relief from biliousness, indigestion, sick much for the paint as if you bought it from a dealer. He
A and over-in-
Worm Killer and headaches
nervous '
Inlgence in food and drink. G. L. Caldwell would put on that extra profit, to "protect the dealer".
J. A. J.
: .4 .. Montgomery, Paxicn, Wayne
JEALOUS_ 0---CF; POBTSMOUTH H. E county, Mo., writes: "I have little twin agent M. K. & T. R R.. Chwotah, We have no salesmen or agents to increase the cost
Ind. Ter. writes, April 18, 1903: "I was
.. girls who have been bothered with worms .of our paints to the consumer. '
__ all their lives. I tried everything to relieve sick for over two years with enlargementof
Which them which failed until I used the :Aver and spleen. The doctors did We quote to the man that uses the paipt the lowest
fiy Hamlet to !. Located the
me no good, and I had given up all hopeof
White's Cream Vermifuge the first two and best
t United States Government' Navy doses brought four worms from one of being cured, when my druggist advised price, reserving no margin to protect agents.

Yard I. Sore Becaaae Neighboring them, the next two doses, twelve, one of the to use 'Herbine. It has made me We pay freight. .

t1 ;; Town Is Being Made Famous a* them measuring twelve inches; the other sound and well. 50c Sold Galhe by Pharmacy Red We gladly advise our customers about paints.
and Eau
Cross Pharmacy
relieved of four Its
F- lleetlnff Place of Peace Envoys.' was only worms.
!, Write for
Fla. and advice
a most excellent medicine. White's Eau Gallic sample paint and blanks

Mar en', E.! Pew, a staff correspondent Cream Vermifuge is good for children. It showing how to measure houses to show the quantity of =
not only destroys worms, it helps the For Over Sixty Years. ; }
./ of the Plttsburg Press, tells the I
' child to perfect growth, wards off sick Mrs. Winslowe' Soothing Syrup has paint required.

following story about an indignation ness. Sold hy Red Cross! Pharmacy and been used for over sixty years by millionsof Ask first class business house bank in -New Orleans .
< or or
meeting that was recently held'' at Ean Gallic Pharmacy, Ban Gable Fla. mothers for their children while teething any any ,

'4 : Klttery,,.Me., In regard. to the peace with perfect success. It soothes the the mercantile agencies if we are responsible.
> child softens the allays all pain
r conference to be held at Portsmouth, gums '
CASTOR cures wind colic, and is the best remedyFor R. McWilliams Limited.
'N. H. The story opens with the' fallowing 'dIarrhoea. It will relieve the poor ,
resolutions which' were drawn For Infants and Children. little sufferer immPdi tely. Sold by drug Store and Offices, 342 Camp Street.

: up by the, inhabitants of. Klttery: giRtsinevery of the world. Twenty-
to Factories U35 U37 U39 U4! South Front Street.
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c Whereas. We. the people of the village The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears five cents a bottle. Be sale and ask for t
rf of Klttery. state of Maine have a deep "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and New Orleans, - Louisiana,

--j;: sense of pride In our town, and, theSignature take no other kind.PETITION! ESTABLISHED 1893. The oldest paint manufacturing house in con ,
;_ Whereas, It will be within the precincts kff >
L of our distinguished village that'the honorable of FOR LICENSE.To tinuous successful operation under one management, south of Louisville

plenipotentiaries envoys from or St. Louis.Florida. i
Russia and Japan will meet to plan for the Honorable Board of County Commissioners
.- peace in the war awept east and,. Othello')! Identity.In of Brevanl County, Florida: .
Whereas. The city of Portsmouth, state the archives of the Cabergi family -
Gentlemen; I, the undersigned,Everett E. i
of New Hampshire, hoe attempted to rob
k of ::Milan In Italy there has recently Bass. wishing to sell liquors, wines and beer
our town and our fair state of this grea.thonor
,1 when Portsmouth won't even shel been brought to light a series of in election district No (5)) five of Brevard

*: ter these diplomats for_ even a day: or documents establishing the real historical county, Florida hereby apply to your honor.
, able body to grant me the right to sell such
night; therefore basis upon which Shakespeare in said election dis- .
and beer
.Be it resolved That we use these means liquors, wines East Coast
constructed his romantic of Railway.
to notify the outside world that it will be tragedy trict and pray your honorable body grant mea :
Klttery where the history making con "Othello," says the London Globe. The permit to make such sales of liquors wines ,;
and beer in said election district.
:' ference will be held; that we resent the Moor, It,may be stated, was no Moor

Cutting in of Portsmouth, whose only real or man- of color at all, but a young Dated this June 23rd, 1905.EVEBEIT E. BASS. local Time Card No. 62. In Effect April 17,1 1915. -,.;

d honor lies In the fact that its geographical Venetian nobleman of the Querlni family
PT position Is just across .the Plscataqua We, the undersigned being a majority of
? river from our Kittery. to which Desdemona likewise be- the registered voters election district No. SOUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN. NORTH-BOUND-READ UP. =z zNo.

f THE CITIZENS' COMMITTEE. longed. The marriage fact was ((5) five of Brevard county, Florida, do must t"

; !'bat'. bow sore Klttery ts.An"' It'sr one between cousins. Its tragical respectfully concur in the above applicationand 991 No. %9'' STATIONS No.7S..0.' I. c- f
4.. ask that a permit be granted to said Everett .
3*, .! too bad for it to happen, just when sequel really took place according to E. Bass, as prayed for, to make such -Dally -Dally -D611y. ,-Daily

these documents, in Crete in 1542; and sales of wines and beer and we certi- 9 0/1. __.. .. .
''' /:; : the great white dove of. peace recently liquors, lOOp Ly ? JaI'k8onv1ll_ __ Ar 'I COp 8 5O aI01p
began to wing its poetic flight to In the Church of Saint Frances, at fy that we have signrd this petition since 943a __ >. JaCk>l<'Dvl11e_?._ Lv S53p 842a .
I ;_ S15pl0Ua .__._ _.._ t. 710a r653p1132a' '
June 22n.i, 1905, in accordance with chapter ? "St Anl1stinG 1550p -' "'
Candia in which Desdemona had
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the region of the Piscataqua. of the laws of Florida H..Ung" 455p 649a -.s
4,550 : .
., .< .1fF. If there. is any truth In the theory of taken refuge. This church was after 7 10 i' 1150 a, _......__.El-.t I'alatka.__.?._ j 94 P 428! a '_. '
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" ':Y..' environment and atmosphere, who ward transformed into a mosque. PETITIONER WITNESSES e 73 p 1215 P I Ar .....?.......?...P"latka ..._....._ Lv 410p 400& .
knows but what it' might mean the John Houston, J. S. Bryan, E. W. BoothL. Q 6 43 P 11 25"I;Lv _.___._.Palatka-__ Ar 5 00 P 15 65 a JI.f:;
.St. Clair J. S. Bryrn, E. W. BoothA. -_- .
cutting off of a few hundred additional R..." Irg-ent Seed. R. J. S. H. U. HodgsonH. 823200p1Ar: _.___._Ran "'tpo_....__ Lv 210P...- COu ';' :
miles of Korean for Japan What Russia needs most, If the Hodgson, Bryan 0 210 p8 00 A!;, Lv ...?_....?.. Sin M't"" _...._?.?. Ar $2.p 7 60 a Iic
territory U. Hodgson, J. S. Bryan, A. K. HodgsonJ. C ,.
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' a few million rubles less Indemnity dream of a republic is ever to come O. ijimmons, C. C. Houston, J. S. BryanC. : 7 lll' Ii, 3'l pi! Lv ....._......._...1rnia"................_ Lv 3 5'7 p 15 50. ....... ':
;' Russia indeed renewed hostilities true, says the Chicago News, is a large C. Houston, J. O. Simmons, J. S. BryanJ. &U 8 OSI!!! ____BIIIIL'.lIs___ "' 3 Up 6311& n. ":
from or, number little M. Hopkins J. S. Bryan, S. B.StewartS. 810 II 12 :;11"1": .... ........._..Du tunt..?...__....., ? 3 a7 p II 29. rt ':-.J
of ml
r: } and the sacrifice of the lives of Kchoolhouse B.Stewart. J. S. Bryan. E.A.)1.StewartE. Q II lip I : pr, ....._.__Orm"d ..._..._.... 0 310 I' 4 59 a KP 1
if a :13 II I 331'. ...D IJtIl 'l..___...__ a 00 p t t1 a w 1
I :: thousands more. A. }I:Stewart,J. S. Bryan S. B.Stewart' 9 01 P 1 Up" ..._...__Pert .. 2 liO p 4 36 a fit
, I 4 Kittery .has always been a little So TiredIt Ainswortb, J. S. Bryan, A. N. Mathers y 9 2i: P 215 p,Ar ??.__.. t"w Smyrna ..__....?. 2 au P 'U" rl .
: Portsmouth. Portsmouthhas A. X. lathers J. S. Bryan, J. C. BoyerJ. --I .
jealous C. Boyer, J. S. Bryan, J. W. KingJ. C 1021 ;I U P\r ._ _._ Lake 1I/'lpD ............... Lv i\l245p 610p 0 i4r1 _
10,000 population. Kittery hast W. King J. S. Bryan J.C. BoyerA. 103' S55pi', ".............Ohangathey ............_. t. ,i23.P: 554p r..
only 2,000, but It has the United States may be from overwork but Livingston J. S. Bryan, J. H. Jones a'. 1045 ..4.. 00 Pj" .__Orange: City Junet1.)n..... t. 1230p 645p n1 ,

"\ S government navy yard. There is the chance are Its from an inactive C. E. Braddock, J. S. Bryan, W.S. Thomas r- -9 31 p 2 25 __.._......New snvrna...__..---1-.. Lv 2 70 p! 4 05 a .

1 of ancient and honorable his LIVER. -. John Hopkins, J. S. Bryan, L. St.ClairC. 10 00 I' 2 51 ?..._'?..?.Oak 11111.....?......?... 154 p 3 38" 't : r
plenty J. Yoang, J. S. Bryan, L. St. Clair C 10 Il p 3 30 PI ..__...._TUU91'.l11' _?.........,.. 115P 3 00 a fA ws '
tory which the towns can divide with Geo. Roddey J. S. Bryan L.St. ClairJ.
conducted LIVER 0
tonore equal but it is to history yet With a well T. Snell, J S. Bryan W. M. RogersJ. I a 00 a ........_1 Ar..8 nr..rI...._......._.. Lv,,10 (0 a'lu 00 a 0x'10 -
unwritten that, the Jealous guardians one can do mountains of labor W.C. Hopkins.J S. Bryan, N. E. KiuniardGeo. tI) 00 a'Lv _.?..._.._...Siulrvrd ...........T r...I 9 Oil" :: .

'i have without fatigue.It C. Houston, W. M. Rogers. W. A.Stort &.... 10 31 I'\ 330 p,LY _.__ Tltui\"lllu ..__..... I, p.-3 00 aV -
I' ,''.f I of civic pride now an eye. G. A. Kredell, J. S. Bryan W. A. Stort '" 11 1a1. 09p. ... ......._....G....."...."...-......?? .. 1.134 pi,; 212: aii I
'I The whole matter is gone over pretty adds a hundred per cent to E. C. Kredell J. S. Bryan, W. A. StortJ. 221' 13111 .. ...? .._ _llIckh..l e_............?. .. 12301. 216
fully at Granville Spinney's shop at W. Rossiter, J. S. Bryan, W. M. Sample ''" /. ,",, ...............EaaGalit"........ ...... ..118.IU& ,
,t ;:'. ones earning capacity.It X. E. Kinniard. J. S. Bryan. W A. StortJ. b 1tt15a 454p1,I ___lIl'lbo.urlle_.. ........... 1144a 1344 :sC ;
I .. Klttery depot. The wheelwright has B. Thompson, J. S Bryan, Geo. RoddeyA. 12 :ii a 5 31 pi .. .?........_..-St-baetin_......... .... 11 tli a 1251 a ._.. ...
I (1 seen a good of honest toll can be kept in healthful tJoG ._ 1 3r1 a 6 !9p.I .o.t.! Lueia......_....___... .. J" I.J a,12 Our
:- many years Near, J.8. Bryan C. A.Saunders C. 1 55 a 6 A;: pt! .. ................Fvrt I'io'r-e.??..._.?.. .. to 115 A.!1155 p p.j
< :
I > and Joyous peace in this community. by, and only by A. Bennett, J. S. Bryan, C. A.'Suunders .. 218111:81'1' .. ___.__.?...Tlbloals_...?...?.....?. ,. l :l30",111n., Q '
; There were other town dignitaries at E. B. Taylor, J. S. Bryan, C. A. Saumlers U- 223a 712 p1 .....................Eden........ -......... .. .... ,,
I Iic E. W. Booth, J. S. Bryan, S. B StewartJas. 2 214 a' 717 p, .. ....._.....__J.I1'<<\n....__..._.. .. I 9 :ll all ]31'I....
I the meeting. Charlie Chapman, whom Cash, W. A. Stort. H. BradfordP. r.Jl 2 JJ: a, '728 p' .. ....._......_....'niart...............?. .. I 19 11111'' O! I' ::s ::;.
freverybody'knows and likes, 'was there A. McMillan J. S. Bryan James S03af 75c l' ... ...........Uol,4S.nrod....._._... S. -128,10 36 IJ ,
King .. Q.
; :" 41 s27a 8141) ......... ....Westjuptirr.-._.. 1\ 2la10191' ;=
..' and bad his say about Portsmouth and WsPillsTAKE Robert Menzel. J. S. Bryan H. BradfordC. QI 4 04 ai K 1)1) : ........Wt"st Palm D"w.h........... Un 9 Up }
.'e Portsmouth's ways of doing things. L. Taylor, J. S. Bryan.S B. Stewart .- 4 3"a' 91a I' .?-....-....n...."Ilton .............- .. T 2u A 918 P V .. -
; George Jones, J. S. Bryan, Lew Rogrro '- I '2a! 9 281: 1'1 .. ......... .......... 1rlrav.................... .. 71U a 9 08 p .oa
John Sterling, the grocer, as a rule Jacob Gosch, J. S. Bryan, C. A. Saunders :s 6 3j a ltJ :!ll' .. ...?......_Ft.Lan.l.rdale......._... n 6 15 A : 15 I'CQ ,-
: keeps his politics to himself, but on J R. Livingston L. L. Fertic A. Livingston 6 '6I. 10 anl'' ... .........??-.... Dalila-.............-- .. 610 1\ 06 pb .
& HA.M-Stewart 58 a 10 U P' ..._.._........JJal1aTtdale....__...... .. 5.1 8 a '7 54 II
::-. this occasion he spoke his mind quite NO SUBSTITUTE.Chamberlain's ON.CampbellJ.R.Livingston 6'." a'lll 1)71' .. .............. Lt'III"n City -.?-...... 534 n. 129 I' -
fr.' freely. Old man Spinney, with his J.J. R.H.Carter Braddock J.RLivingston.A.LivingstonC. E. F. Hatch. H. Bradford 1130.111: U JI Ar ....... ........._Miami....?........_.. LT, 52- 7201'.
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c. ; personal friend and political enemy, S. \VhitacreE.A.Stephenson, L.L. FerticJ. Dally I Daily .
,'t Sam Keen came around later and H. Henderson,Calvin Platt, A. Livingston Ex. : HOMESTEAD EXTENCION I I Er. 4 stiuu.
in Henry Ray A. Livingston L. L. Fertic Sun. ': t.
confirmed the sentiments expressed \ ;
; F. A. Houston J. S. H. Bradford -------,- '
Bryan .. .......... .. ...... ....... ,- :,
e a rough draft of the resolution above. 64.a ......... Lv Miami .. ........ Ii 00 P '
COLIC R. }[ Scammell, J.R.Liviugston, Geo.RFutch IIJ:1..; .,...... Ar ...... ....._JJvUl"lItcad_...._?.... Lv.........", 3 45p 4
: in his work
I; The wheelwright paused CHOLERA AND Thos.Sumter, J.R.Livingston.PaschalStewart :.
,; to give 'a hot retort to Charlie Chap- W. Wingale, J.S. Bryan, L wU HallA. .; -5
Diarrhea RemedyA A. Thompson, J. S. Bryan Lewis HallJ. No. Z3 No 2t'Ne.19No.1.! : No. 15' 'No. ZO! No.u.IL2; { ;;.' ...-i
t. whom be had understood to
man, say pail MAYPORT BRANCH. No. 18 iit
S. Bryan. A.A.Thompson. Lewis Hall Dally Sunday Sunday Sunday SundaySundsyl DaJly :;;
f" that Portsmouth, being the larger Dave Brown his mark, J. S. Bryan. LewisHall EIS"n Only onlY Only ,Ex Sun, Daily.I I Oaty Ea SQ .-.;::; !

: town, naturally would get the largest W. A. Hoffman, J. S. Bryan, C. J. Young '9j( ; : i;
doses of this remedy will lOOp 645p 200 P 9 3O a LV ._ .JacbonvllhL.._ Ar 8 30 a t2 0o n I" p i ii';
honor. "Xuthin' o' the sort," said he ordinary at- Gee Gosch, J. S. Bryan, N. E. Kinniard .08 P II OJ P 2 Otl P 9 i1:1: a V 011 a'Ar _.So. Jack"' nville.... Ly 8 n 811112 1181 p 101 t .: .
invariably P
t': cure an Frank E Shore W. Tomas, W.H.Holoway 140 P 'I 24 II 2 40 p'1010 8.. 9 39 a' _PAblo B. ch..._ .. 'I 60 a 1120 a 5 OIl 4 IS a::. : _":
"Shucks and
promptly. nonsense tack of diarrhea.It W. H. Holoway, W. C. Tomas. Frank EShoreJ. 145 p '729p 2451110)1)a 9 44 _...Atlantlcnp.ach74581115& 600 p
,.. There ain't no one round these here has been used in nine epidemics Maddox.. J. S. Bryan C. R. Stewart S00p'145p13Wp1030a1000a --- laYP"rt....._..? 730a1100a 'is 'lOp 411p ':'' ,-

-:. parts any too good for Kittery, Me. of dysentery with perfect State Florida, Brevard County.In .
; "The Roushians 'and the Japs aregoin' success.It PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAML -
be dependedupon the person came before me Everett E.
r can always
; to du their work right here in .
even in the more severe Bass, who being duly sworn says that he is l
.Li" Kittery. Portsmouth alone '11 see 'em colic and chol the applicant in the foregoing petition for a 'Close Connection Miami with of
attacks of cramp Made at Steamships the P. 4 0. S. S. mpgay'
f when they get off the train and got morbus.It permit to sell liquors wines and beer in elec-
back board This is era tion district No. :5 of Brevard county. Florida .
> on again. historyfor AND
is equally successful for that each and every name and mark affixed HAVANA WEST.
for Kittery and it's a cussed blamed diarrhea and cholera
: rammer to the said application was the act and deed
shame that we people set here and infantum in children, and is the of the person purporting to sign the same,
if let these lies go out 'mong the people means of saving the lives of many that there was no fraud, bribery or deceptionin The Time Tables show the times at which trains may beeipcutad to arrive&t ftdd '
from tbe80veml but their arrival
such stations or departure at the Umes stated h not niT&ntZki
procuring signatures and marks and
'f '; of this country."I children each year. kor ta Uits Company to be held responsible foracy UeUyi or an?con,oqaeac ftrtelfif Utentrani
that all such signatures and marks were obtained
When reduced with water and
: "I believe in nailln' the lie and after the revision of the registrationlist .

ff clicchin' the nail and when them sweetened it is pleasant to take. in June, 1905. Effective" June 3rd.1Q05, the schedule figures for the Marport branch and Homestead i

-(:',, treaty makers come to Klttery I believe Every man of a family should EVERETT E. BASS. extension, now shown in time table No. 62 will be changed, additional trains being put into '
keep this remedy in his home. Sworn to and subscribed before me this the service between Ja ksom ille and Maypmt and the service }*-ween Miami and Homestead
.. we ought to do something to signalize Buy it now. It may save life. 7th day of August, A. D.. 1905. to one train a (lay each way leaving Miami t a. m, and letarniug leave <&

'", our appreciation of the honor. PRICE, 25c. LARGE SIZE, 50c. D L. GCLDE, Homestead 1-00 p m. arriving Miami 23p./ m. For rQrrect schedule bee any agent of the :
4: }Yhen our boys grow lIP to be men Notary public for the state of Florida at large. F. E. C.K-y. for p<*Ut time-card or address the A. G. I'. An J. D. lUhatr.St.Augustine. Fla. ,t4

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.,r FkST_ W! The Kind You Have ....' "wi

m k .1K F Always Bought ; } ;J
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--"u S4r '--.-'" ...... ..... -...,....-..-" ,,.-....:.,.::.:...... ."..:.....-. "., ..:-' ....:;;:....;-j':.;",:":".:.;.;:" ;.;;;:',.;.:;:;:,:.:'.: .:..r.-.:,.".:..,::'::.: :-.;.-;("-"f ebWePrcparatioaforAs- .. <. : ;

as cneap to support the, eedy'old by 'slmilatingflToodandRegulaSlo -

>S SOCIOLOGICAL state pensions as it is to support them EDUCATIONAL ] ting the anlBowes of Bears theSignature

hYd t'1Women's now in poorhouses. workhouses and by I t
/ S.'ial.Club. private charities. It Is estimated that'over' I.
f/Xwimber.of'promlnent $10,000,000.'spent yearly for Mrs Mackay,' School Trustee. 'L

literary and Massachusetts charities.. There are In For two reasons the election of school -
3tpeofersionai women In Promotes DigeshonClif
country the state over 143,000 persons sixty-five trustees at the little village of Roslyn

? y = have under years or more! old.A4. pension of $i N. Y., is being discussed from one end of .
taken to form a week for each of them would amountto of the country to the other.. One rea- Opnun.Morphine nor

c ''a novel club $57,000,000 a year, and It thought son is that it is:quite unusual for the 'ol".

mk for women at to be certain that not more than one- young-and attractive wlfe of a multimillionaire .. ,

s New York city, fourth of the old,will apply for charity to dR .'.

as one of a money, for it is known that In foreign "run for office" JBreIGPdhS4MUlZPllt. :

series to be or countries, only onefilth.oply. and make an pl. teiia.dartAGr .', '
1 ganized in all active personal BdM4JJi1- hBr

,; of the larger 9- campaign afar AtiMlMjI. InUse I +<

a0' cities of Europe I COMMERCIALBritain' I '' election. The ;gam.jl .

and other is that arJadnr.c.i.
b iz -
) a America. It is such a candidate r
Big Bankrupt List. !
"Q (
to be known
The London board of trade finds that should espouse : *
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as ,the New certain Ape Remedy for Constipation
4 the bankruptcies In Great 'Britain. dur-
York Lyceum, educational ,Sour
ing 1904'numbered 8.631. of which 4S7 reforms '
ict : and already neimiliar which WonnsConvubionsrevcrish- OverThirty
were failures of women. The total '\ 0 r
organization liabilities and many communities' ness and, Loss OF SLUR> 1. : ,
} were over $60.000.000 ,.
known are In need
Mrs. A..K. Johnson. the' loss to creditors was $40,000,000. Mrs. Clarence Mackay facsimile Signature of
as the London of. Mrs. Clarence -
a '
There has been a steady Increase in
;Lyceum has been founded at the British H. ,Mackay, whose husband Inherited Years
the number of undischarged bank- :
.. capital."The leading spirit in the the great fortune left by the NEW YORK.
.t American chapter Is Mrs. Adelaide >K. rupts. late founder of the Postal Telegraph

iY.* ;Johnson.'the well, known .sculptor,.the A Cassie. Chadwick Dividend. and Cable company, was elected school YATht having been organized by The referee' in bankruptcy for Mrs. trustee of Roslyn by a large,majority 1tIL1

,Miss Smedley. the daughter of a bank.1 Chadwick, the queen of high finance, over her opponent, who represented the CAST OBI A
er. ',The new' club will be 'the local who has been sentenced to ten years conservative element of the commu- -

4 'home"of any out of town members and Imprisonment, finds that there remains nity. Mrs. Mackay had taken the EXACT COPTOTWRAPPEB. '

r will v include in its membership those about $14,000 with which to meet an ground that the school building was .
;engaged in any kind of arts and liter indebtedness of over $2,000,000. This Insanitary and that the Instructionwas ..'!.: 1:. .j(.""', . ..
,ature; It. wilt offer facilities for dis- means that the creditorS'will get about behind the times, especially for

posing of the work of its members in seven mills on the dollar. the lack of manual training. She also
e these'various lines and. will afford an French Sugar Firm Fails. urged that the people should willinglypay

4 opportunity for personal interchangt The firm of M. Jaluzot, a Paris sugar a higher tax if necessary to Improve i

and association. The London club has speculator, failed with $3,000,000 liabilities the condition of the school. YOU WANT TO KNOW ALL ABOUT THE a

all the, features of a man's club, a'' ,,causing a suspension of quota-

smoking room being added to the tea tions in the sugar market. Jaluzot

'and sitting rooms. Such noted women had engaged In an extensive bull spec- I MISCELLANEOUSQuarantine I. EAST COAST OF FLORIDA? .

as Mrs. Wilkins, Mrs. Burnett Miss ulation.

l *GIlder Mrs. Stuart. Alice Morse Earle. War Threatened.
Pennsylvania 'InsuranceScandal.. Especially regarding Fruit Growing,Trucking and
; Laura D. Gill and President Hazard of I
-r Robert E. Forster, actuary of the In enforcing the yellow fever quar- General If so, subscribe for the...........
WeUesley are said to be Interested in Insurance departments antine in New Orleans the military !

the new club. Pennsylvania after investigating the affairs of the power of Mississippi came face to face FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.PRICE
r with the of Louisiana
S Mill :Tar-bell's Apology.In North American: the Duquesne and military power -

her concluding sketch of the character Lafayette fire insurance companies, when the mIlitiamen along the state I II I 25 CENTS PER ANNUM.

p} of John D. Rockefeller for the says that the assets claimed by these line In the Mississippi sound districtin I ISSUED ONCE A MONTH. SAMPLE COPY FREE.
McClure's Miss.Tarbell admits patrol boats entered the waters of ADDRESS
August concerns are practically valueless. ,

'frankly-that were he the only one ofaq' Report on Haight & Freese. Louisiana and captured'the vessels to and the E Y BLACKMAN Editor MIAMI FLORIDA 1
,his kind "there certainly would be no fishermen sending same ,
The receiver of the Halght & Freese quarantine station of the United
justification of the brutality inherent .
filed its at Boston, ---- -- ---- '-
company report States. Louisiana naval reserves were
In such a study as this. She finds
showing assets of $. ,OOO and liabilI- promptly called out by Governor
.him however, "simply the type pre- John Stetson University
d eminent in the public mind of the mili ties of 400000. The. receiver finds Blanchard and were ordered to capture
that the only way by which the com- the marauding Mississippi quarantine .
',, tant business man of the day. The Il '
pany could make money was throughits boats. Prior to this the governorof DE LAND, FLA
which worked out
code he has so per
customers' losses.Lackawanna' Louisiana to Governor
'_ fectly is In operation from banker tot I telegraphed Affiliated With The University of Chicago #
? street vender ,until "success is the High Record. Vardaman of Mississippi that he had .I r

Justification of any practice until no After sensational advances the stockof no right to interfere with navIga- COLLEGE OF LIBERAL TS-The standards are those of the University of Chicago '
price Is too great to pay for winning." the Delaware, Lackawanna and tion in the waters of the United States. Stetson'a graduates receive their degrees from both Stetson aud Chicago. s

The Rockefeller practice of separating Western railroad reached the high record Governor Vardaman disavowed the COLLEGE OF LAW-Graduates of this College are admitted to practice law ia Florida fi,

morals strictly from business has so of 425%. The general market action of the patrol boats. Governor without examination. e '
Blanchard was particularly incensedat COLLEGE OF TECIINOLOGY-ecl1anical Civil, Electrical Engineering and Manual
of American' life shared in the upward trend.
saturated all forms
-- the action of the federal revenue Training courses leading to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipment.
as to compel the analysis of Mr. Rocke COLLEGE OF BUSINESS in all its branrhea. best
cutter Winona, which he charged with -Banking Book-keeping by methods. ,
: feller. "History." she declares "Is but Elective courses open in other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building.
SCIENTIFICEdison I assisting the Mississippi quarantine.
a, museum of dissected heroes! warriors I PKEPAR1TOKY ACADEMY-Graduates prepared to enter Harvard, Vale, Princeton
to the of the
kings and philosophers their rec- lIe protested secretary Cornell, Michigan, Chicago and all first class Colleges it#
but the latter replied that the
ords stripped bare their influences' Perfects Battery. treasury, NORMAL AND PRACTICE SCHOOL-i.Kindergarten in its own building. 2. Primary :
Winona had been detailed to assist mar School in separate building. This School especially prepares Public School
:traced to their flowering. She says Thomas A. Edison announces at his in maintaining the quarantine. teachers ,

$ 'that the great public goes straight to Orange (N. J,) laboratory that after Texas again put up the bars, and Arkansas MUSIC SCHOOL-A $10,000.00 pipe organ, a dozen pianos,separate building, large:; faculty
the evident conclusion that "this man two years of experimentation he has followed suit New cases of thorough courses study.

; has for forty years lent all the power 'solved the problem of electrical propulsion fever were reported at several widely ART SCHOOL-New studio Costly casts,models etc. s

of his great ability to perpetuating and of auto vehicles by means of separated points. Through trains on Stetson has a faculty of 48 professors and instructors. They hold degrees from the University a

elaborating system of unlegal and storage batteries and that within a few Pacific held at of Chicago Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania, Bryn ?
.f car- the'Southern were up Mawr, Bucknell, University Michigan, Dennison and other Universities. There are over ,
unjust discrimination by common weeks an immense fa ory would be the Texas border, and in many places S3ooooo.ooinbuildings equipment;nearly quarter million dollar endowment: an endowed + I
'; riers." She thinks it doubtful If the started for the manufacture of these even transmission of mails was library of over 13,000 volumes: a beautiful chapel with costly furnishings,including stained
Interference with individual development batteries. With his new battery he stopped. Institutes and conventionshave glass windows, 7 oil paintings, a$lOO00 00 pipe organ;a gymnasium with complete apparatus; %tan
the country can enclosed athletic field, running track, tennis courts, baseball diamond and gridiron, besides -
thus fastened on to run a pleasure- '
would \
guarantee been called off and 9
Intercity =
swimming, golf, rowing and other sports; separate buildings for men and women;five :
.be thrown off without revolutionary hicle under ordinary road conditions baseball games have been prohibited. large laboratories for Chemistry, Physics, Bacteriology, Minerology and Biology; several
methods. Referring to Mr. Ro.kefel- 100 miles with a single charging. lIe Nearly all of the Mississippi towns large museums and shops, electric lights, electric bells, steam boat, cement walks, shell! e _
ler's vast charities, she says It Is too has succeeded reducing the weightof :I have quarantined against fruit roads;broad avenues, spacious campus shrubbery and trees;social literary, musical and other
; will students' clubs; star lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching. .The location U
he see
much to hope that even the battery to about forty pounds beautiful and healthful, and the expenses are low. --.
f "that what we need in society Is not per horsepower. He gives Cooper Nothing on the Market Equal to Cham- fc For catalogs, views, folders and information, address the President 1-r
charity, but fair play." .Hewitt credit for valuable assistancewith berlain's Colic, Cholera and
his mercury rectifier which makesIt Diarrhoea Remedy. LINCOLN; HULLEY, A. 31., Ph. D., DeLaml, Fla
.4 ,Big Co-operative ExperimentA. This fact is well known to druggists
,report from Portland, Ore., says possible to convert thfe alternating everywhere, and nine out often will give -- -
that the Rev. II. S. Wallace has just currents used in small towns so -as to their customer! this preparation when the

returned from New York after making be available for charging. The Inventor best is asked for. Mr. Obe Witmer, a I

t' arrangements for financing the Cooperative claims that an ordinary delir-. prominent druggist of Joplin Mo., in a i SEA ARD ..IAIRLIIv
Christian Federation with ery wagon can now be operated for circular to his customers, says: "There

T; stock for the purpose '!. 5S per cent of the cost of maintaininga is nothing?: on the market in' the way of } *
capital v
Vii, model city in the horse and that he can drive a two patent medicine which equals Chamber :E;: EAIL".V.A. yt .
,y of building a lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
and truck at the rate of thirty-three -
upper Willamette valley in Oregon ton Remedy for bowel complaints. We sell -FOR- '
to establish factories, acquire land and miles an hour. and recommend this preparation." For \

i build railroads. The federation is said New Weather Forecasting. sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. Savannah, Columbia Southern Pines, *

to have the backing of the American Edward H. Bowie, the local fore- Jtx

Institute of Social Service, and its in- caster In charge of the St. Louis o.a.STOnZA. Richmond, Washington, Baltimore.

corporators include a number of bank weather station has devised a new Bears the Tile Kind You Have Always Boujtt! New York ''

presidents and wealthy business men method of estimating the future course 8igbatnreci 1p. Philadelphia, ,

In different parts of the country. The and progress of a storm. It depends, 4.i' !

'members of the federation will acquire first, on a more accurate estimate of TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.
r4 y residences only through their earnings, the general eastward drift of the atmosphere t

.and profits will be declared only after ,and,second, on the differenceof SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL :

providing for all operating expenses local pressure which may draw the ,

t'i social advantages, relief of the sick air in any direction. Bowie's system ef"

and dependent ones. No idlers will be assumes that storms follow the lines of MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT .t

? tolerated. Associated with Mr.NaI- least resistance resulting from the eastward I.

't' lace are such men as Dr. J. M. Buckley drift and the southern drift due Seeds ONLY LINE

editor of the Christian Advocate; Dr: to the heat of the tropics. Thus he
: are known by whkt they haft
s7 Josiah Strong and others. Is able to locate the places to which the grown. For half A century the/ Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to. New\Io8.
will during the com- have beta tie etudard-btrent
Would Pension i the Aged. storm center hued once to produce bigger better -
hours with considerable than other- Sold
Crop any
,the annual report, of the Massachusetts ing twenty-four drift is by all dealers. ltO5 Heed A*. For full information and sleeper! reservations call on any Seaboard agent, or -
The eastern
=4 of statistics for 1905 ad- accuracy. maul frte to all applicant write to It <
yocates old age pensions to be paid found to be the same for all storms of the at D.M.FERRY &CO.. A. O. MAC DONELL, S. C. BOYL TON, Jr.
and ,
locality season .
of more than the same Detroit, .lcII.T .
'by the state to of persons who are In need year so that charts of normal storm Aest. General Passenger Agent, ( Passenger Agent.
a slx'-flve rears age
of.assistance. The argument support tracks may ,

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.'-iU '&,{ p r riattvatspia'Br1eC'mom.. .. -"t -,.and'Ytlliaaa.. 'N "'.IetrbJTurrw,-- '. !*e of ,a'heavy/bloom-- fojneit'season.The .- half' a.. dozen'boaa'." would. make. a fortune', TRANSACTS A _
,-L'f"rf': r.. "" ,. h;yS.:$';! -,, ', present,:crop is' verj; mucii'J larger when the actual fact is, there is scarcelya General Banking Business. ;

.. '! ;& -:"' .(J ','' 3'"": .-.' COCOA.-" thin,it was at first thought it;:would- be,' living in:the route for:one. As I::can't ,

; t 1f'., *'@: eriffJ..P1;. Brown.N" of-- ,TUnaville,'was and while: the continuous rains of the past run a boat without wood and! ,men"'I am Largest and Oldest $ w ; -

i1 1 rig} ,taken. suddenly ill':on' Friday' last at the. six,weeks have i it rfer.e4.i h'spraying, forced to give up this run; Bank on the River.

.,) ';' '}. 'tiomeof Mr.' 'S./8/Jonefc. : ". '!' and allowed' the mat mite to_make much ,Patrons have complained because'I did Exchange Bought and Sold on' All _

: 'i ,\ .:The'pbotograph .,firm of, Randall: ,* headway then are:many*.groves showinga not attend to business' right t well., I .will Foreign Countries., =

sL :.<5raig has been ,dissolved: and.- Mr. Craig .. large percentage of smooth,- bright answer,that I.: was pilot! engineer, fire-' polite Patronage treatment appreciated.and every Prompt favor consistent service,
Mr.fitodall oranges. man, deckhand, cook.and purser.. Why with conservative -
Y : g left on Thursday for the west coast.. banking granted. UIL
{ ? p with Mr.':L. W. Blair: for part- The Barton property, sold last winterto did I.try to fill so many places? Because COBBESPONDENTS:. .r
Mr. Chas: A. Tarter pf West Virginia the route1 did not to' hire Empire Trust N. ,_ ._ .
.s1, ..... 'taer, will, :continue. .the business, in this ;. pay me: proper Bank Company Y., .Florida "" -
& Trust
Company JacksnnvilleFla.TITUSVILLE.
} : t" "vicinity. -. nas' undergone a 'thorough'transformation I should! have had. Did not the ,
i > The g safe at Yr.1LE._ Hill & Co.!'s the grove thoroughly worked out, : steamer Courtney carry a crew of five .. FLORIDA.

tlk t ': )::7tar.Mond r, Aug..14th. .Everything pruned and fertilized, beingnow'in; perfect men? Is not my boat nearly as large? ,

rs i, 4s being sold at make room for the condition. Tbe")1ol188 enlarged and Why should people grumble when they
: stew fall stocky modern conveniences,\added, is how; one placed ae,in the shape I am in? They PENNEY & .BRANNING .

Miss :izzie Hnghlett_returned from her of the most comfortable' attractive in say the Canaveral is too late and too slow. ,

},: : .!visitio Palm Beach, Wednesday., the community, and the be.utifullawu, But why? Ten bushels of oysters on her TITUSVILLE

T : 31r. Packard len (of:- New York last sloping gently .to the river, is receiving bottom;only one man to load and unload; i

...eek.. I I all care and attention necessary to makeit three sticks of wood in the bunker and

The people of Cocoa and vicinity missed one of,our show., places. Mr. Tarter is only one old rotten dock' in sight and the :

r 'the ice f cream Tuesday. Mrs'lI teoo.s nephew of Judge Graham,'who bought owner watching it as he knows the luck Fashionable ClothiersGents'

', :little boy being.sick ,she could not'beat, the Brady place a few years ago, and is of the Canaveral-out of wood. Theseare .
of that'sort of andIntelligence the of late and slow.
'the parlor. possessed just energy causes being
that are needed in progressive Why do these circumstances exist? Not
f Little George Paine i who has been sick ,
with fever, is mush improved. work. We want, more of just such men making money enough to pay wood bill 11 and Furnishers

Mrs. Dixon and :daughter,' Marguerite, as Mr. Tarter. and no'steamer will ,run without wood. ,
Mrs. W. B. Hentz who returned to the Give me business! enough to -
took the train Saturday afternoon for Eau carry proper - -
-6allie. United States from Rio' de Janeiro inMay help and I will make as' good time with The Queen Quality Shoe for ladies is the

:Messrs. Beale, Tucker, Theo. Travis and is spending the summer with the Canaveral as any boat of her kind- most stylish and durable .in the world. In .,

': end Maurice. Weinberg went' to Lake her parents near Boston, has recovered can make the Cocoa run in daylight any addition we keep the famous Edwin Clapp and
from' severe illness, and writes that she day. With no competition on this routeI
y jPoinsett on Saturday: for several days'camping. Crossett Shoes. All high, class goods to be
.. Mr..Be.ile was suddenly taken is looking forward with much pleasure to could have given good service, kept my a, found here. .
Manhattan ;
very ill and same back Monday. The spending the winter at their 'teautiful boat up in good shape, but as it is I have Shirts' E. & W. Collars

there remained. home at L City Point. The doctor writes to go to work at wages ashore to get mon- Stetson and Knox Hats.

from Rio that he is arranging his business ey. to haul out my boat and repair her.

BOCKLEDGE. I to return in November, and in all Now, as the people have shown their

; Miss Mary Paxton returned .from her probability they will be here to enjoy preference for the launch service I hope ieeeiz Anything and eYerytMDg else that "

Visit to Christmas last. Friday, the Christmas turkey. they will stick to it and enable the ownerto
men wear beret
can boy .
-g : ," i Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall spent Friday Capt. Sharpe writes from Hendersonville finish her up. Neither. of us have been yon ;

I i : s st Bonaventnre the guests of Mr. and N. C., that he is in excellent health, able to do so heretofore as we did not MAIL
Mrs. Frye., has gained in weight and strength: but make enough. ,

;; I The Ladies' Aid society met at the that Mrs. Sharpe is quite sick and under Thanking my friends for their faithful

, :,.' tome of Mrs. C. W. Williford on Thursday the doctor's care. support in trying to hold me up I am SAN MATEO CIGARSHave
Mr. Geo. E. Chester has made extensive Yours respectfully,
'1. : afternoon, Aug. 10th. and had a very
( aaecessful meeting. Mrs. Williford, assisted improvements in the cottage adjoining M. M. RAMSEY. Made a

. ':> by Mrs. Boyle and Miss Hattie Bower, his residence, known as the Martin Reputation .
. s': ; served'chocolate and fancy cakes.. cottage.Mr. .
" ", Mrs. Hervey Bower spent Thursday \ R. J.:Dnnnam, one of our best citi Mr. L. W. Odum, known for many of Their Own.

-i1if \ and Friday at Rockledge .visitin ,and zens, who has been quite sick for ten years over 'Volnsia county as "Uncle The success of the San Mateo Cigar -

also: attended the Ladies' Aid meeting. .days, is convalescent and sitting up, to Len"died at his home in the Spring is one of the greatest triumphsof
" ;; Mr. Fred Aldridge and Mr. Hoke, .of the great joy of Mrs. Dunnam and his Garden section last Saturday night. He the East Coast since the freeze.
friends who have missed Bob's would have been 79 of in..Octo ,
1- Cocoa, are working in Mr. George Gin'gras' many years age
; Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that his peninsula of Florida and the '
"" smiling face from his accustomed haunts. ber. He died of old He born
: boat yard, who is rushed withY
{ Island of Cuba can produce, and wrapped vtitli the rich, silky leaf grown on East
.' t.,'., 'orders. in Bryan county, Ga., and moved to Oust plantations, the cigar industry of the world has never produced a better article. '
.'" Mr. Clarence Boyle and Miss'Nickols, They Appeal to Our 8.Jmpatble Florida in 1851, enlisted in the Confederate For sale by all the leading: hotels and cluba and by the Union News Company
. The bilious and dyspeptic are constant army in 1862, was second lieutenantin on every train entering Florida.
' ,: of Sharpe, spent Sunday at Rockledge, sufferers and appeal to'our sympathies.
'0 ?'. (," with Mr. and Mrs. James Boyle. '.' There is not one of them, however, who Capt. Starke'a company. He was a Twenty Sizes,Styles and Grades to select from.

ft}:, -. Mrs. J. B. Bower and Mrs. Hervey may not be brought back to health and representative from Volusia county in the Manufactured by s. W. ROWLEY San Mateo Fla.
.' mow, of Cocoa, left u evening for happiness by the use of Chamberlain's state legislature during the war, and has ,
,. Stomach and Liver Tablets. These tablets been a devoted Christian and a member
: f" Kjtorgiana, Miss Hattie joining them on
invigorate the stomach and liver,and
J. ,:'- Monday. They expect to be very busy strengthen the digestion. They also reg of the Missionary Baptist'church for
canning grapes and making jelly. In the slate the bowels. For sale by Red Cross many years. 'He is survived by six SCREENS
1'1J,:':.:'. f., : '. meantime the poor widowers will have Pharmacy. children, three sons! and three daughters, .-

t.;!: 2o cook their own meals. MELBOURNE. thirty-two grand Children and seven great ". t

I:,;i', i\r.' A little forethought may save you no Mrs. Ida Hector, Mr. Will Scott and grandchildren.Dear For doors and windows : :

:,} ,. 0' Qc#1 of trouble. Anyone who makes it a Mr. James Gard arrived from Lantanalast Gus-I have solved the mother FEAST :
X. 'rule to keep Chamberlain's Colic,Cholera Friday, and are now living in the in-law problem, just give her regularly covered with any wire...
r' 'J' and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand knows Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea., It will
West .
,; :. /this to be a fact. For sale by Red Cross cottage.Mr. make her healthy, happy and docile as a
:. ..' : 'Pharmacy. and Mrs. Green Rodes and family lamb 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Ask COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO., ?
have moved into their handsome new your druggist. 1.
r. INDIANOLA. house on the bluff. Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material.

1 f;{'.', '"" Messrs. D. St.. C. Nisbett and J. E. The work on Capt. John S. Sammis's UBS. VANDERBILT'S YACHT. Eau Gallie, Florida. '

Field left Saturday morning by launch house is going on nicely, Messrs. C. Mrs Alfred G. Vanderbilt is to become

if' .' for Titnsville on a short business visit, re- Beanjean, A. Goode, J. M. Minor, L.I the skipper of a yacht, and it is expectedthat -
t Earning Sunday evening. Adams and G. S. Snedeker pushing the she will make her appearance in the MACE

;; <:' ,JL merry party of young people! from work along.Mr. boat this week in a series of races whichare JOHN R. WALKER & CO. .
\ f ;:. Titusville arrived by launch Sunday after- Seth Rodes arrived home early to he held in Newport, R. I., for ,
prizes offered: by the Newport Yacht Racing -
t" laaon to call on Mr. and Airs. S. J. Field. Wednesday morning intending to spenda association.This Titusville, Fla.
; _. showers of rain little while with his folks. .
,', Heavy accompanied by is the first instance where a society -
.k. i3ronder and lightning still the order of J Capt. Alex. J. Goode has his launch, woman has been the owner of a racing '
" :- 3he day, so that pne is compelled to rest Nikko, hauled out on Martin's.ways. He yacht, and it is likely that others will DRY GOODS
follow her example.The
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from work. her and
gave a good cleaning a fresh! coat boat is one of the new Herreshoff
1 Miss J. C. Sanders invited our young of paint. hirty-footers, which have done good racing ,

r,,' :folks to a "progressive heart" party on Mr. and Mrs. Grube and son have this season.
11\ Thursday evening; had fun over the moved from West's point into the Riverside This week there was four days racingoff CLOTHING
Newport. Two handsome
: prizes, also the music house. cups were S
'r'. appreciated lovely offered for each day. d
( ; : : Cast but by no means least thoroughly enf Last Friday night Capt. Martin took a ,

: :" eyed the ice cream and cakes, and all jolly party of young folks in his launch

), ,- '" -roted the evening a great su&e.r Dreamer to Malabar to attend an ice cream '. GENTS' FURNISHINGS
::-..;: :, :? Fruit has been scarce this summer but social given by the Malabar ladies. All ,

i : ;i .now every one is busy canning grapes, report a real nice time. AyersFeed !
a. ,' 1 which are Al in this quarter. Mr. John Lee, of Chicago, who spent SHOES

f'" :Mrs. C. Blythe, Mrs. Hersey and Miss over three months of last winter in the :i ;A : J

.-' '- .: Jessie Sanders spent Tuesday with Mrs. Goode cottage, writes from Wisconsin, i
j -: ; 2' J. R. Field and family. where they are spending the summer, your hair; nourish it ;
!::":;' :. that they took "Florida sand" away in give it something to live on. MILLINERY

f,','' "" .'. CITY, POINT. their shoes last spring, and that they are Then it will stop falling, and .
v' t' The vigorous appearance of the trees in all going to come back to Melbourne will grow long and heavy.flyer's _# ,

2,} .: :1 groves throughout this section, with the about October 15th. We will be glad to
i'/,(; :. : ,new growth of June and July, give promrJ see them and the friends they bring. Mr. Vigor is the only FURNITURE

r and Mrs. Lee are just the class of people
Melbourne wants, and we think by next Vigorhair
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season they will likely own a home here, : v:::: : = :;: < :; -=-:: -

i SUPPORTSCOTTS as bourne."they are very much in love with Mel food you can buy. For 60 We want your patronage.Our ::

years it has been doing just
' STEAMBOAT DID NOT PAY. what we claim it will) do. It aim is to please YOU.

;" EMULSION Editor of THE FLORIDA STAR. will not disappoint you. w=ff New, Up-to-Date Goods in
serves U a Will kindly allow me in "My hair aiM to be very short. But after every
i r' bridge to carry the weakCMd'd you space your vain*Ayers Hair Vigor a sh. rt time it began' Line.
I"u valued paper to say to patrons of Merritts to erow.and now it is fourteen inches ImiR.
' ;; t starved system along until it can find This teams a splendid result to me after being
stand steamboat route that it is almost without hair." Mail
: as impossible any orders receive
&irf: firm support to ordinary food. MRS.J. 11. KIVEK. Colorado Springs.Colo. prompt and
for to make I
expenses am compelled f I.ooabettle. -
[, -: ; Send for freepie. I I to lay up my steamer and look fora All droggi.te. for Le.AYHRCO.I..iwell. Mau. careful attention.
SCOTT &: BOWNE Chtmists.
3WS Pearl Street, New York. route elsewhere for,the boat. The people -

..'.'., r soc.aDd$ m; all. druggist, of this route are under the impression [Short Hair JOHN R. WALKER & CO. Titaille
-- Fla.
W. "" that the island is a gold mine and that ,
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