The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00330
 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 15, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00330
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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: :; :. : : We have the.Urjjert,':sip-to,date fine( --\ y'r. .' MOSDIT, SEPT..18, 1905. ..
: '-:<."J '"'1'< ?'-.-. '. bey'ready,madeclothing,:,shoes,hits,- leftjfor her..bome'at Wears now getting ready to place onealeour"fall
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,,",:, -I' TS caps;ihirtf'ihirt-wawt8Jbo8iery,. aniljanderwear ;Quay,Wednesday;afternoon, "4 lines" hence we are 'extremely ALL MEASURED : .
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'rit r' -' :' =.L"""' ,"' "" ''<'' hand.,The- have,been made
.. ..... ..,,4'. .L'" "- .. d; ;:;p. 1 1'L. and : e&oek.we rein E on prices ex
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.,liiaUI. lftt1tHLHa P: please formisses yea: =A\ao: and complete infants.,stock!(,A of shell:fltieshoea i Mrs.-5.A. Stewart and daughter,Mire of white goods for ladies< misses and chil- County Suneyor Fries Reports to the, _
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_> itot try _...Slit':. ::.1 Ii line of ladies":'shbes, all styles'shoes and' -.... i Katie;,arrived ,home lastFrtday.night. I I song.dren." They,Come,are and literally eee us next"goingor Mondaysure County Commissioners

.. Oar leader in ladies' 'Q..n'Qull1"'koe1ro'
,p.'r..n; 'r ,d-1 Yir, The material for the new Pritchett res for yon will find that your dollar .
r,.,.,,, :'.;:,""' ,jf.i: < !':... :: ,-,"' ?$:" the'lcetldoyer"' 1fi ,' 'aahb ,.i I i.iece'is being'placed. on the proposed wilt go a long ways. T -

tor 'ltTrlID.:;:1 GOSSIP. !L i- .r W"U4'tt Mail- ''' tite this week.' Indian Head linen, shrank, 46 inches TEN MILES NOW IN BREVARD'Sherif
., _Everything !np. to date- wide 19 '
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; of': ._;,! .ri. -of. *'- PUN'drBRASSixG it i -J; ...'R. Walker&, 0>: are hadng'BOme: Checked nainsook former price 25 cents
tjiopiithith .. changes made in their hardware store per yard Monday's price 15 cents;another -
4I The and FarnishessOHU&OH ij : 'Br Will Succeed
Clothwrs Robinson
.. lot worth 20 cents, for 12|, both in
'L: /imsvilJe, FlL' ere stocking! op,, I I ,
... : stripe and check; 30 cent quality for 22J.
..-:>::" an..2.... .Jfi.-i..: ..-1> I.' ..... f"f '" >,' :'f F. G,Schell, of Lake Butler' was here Persian lawn,worth.40 cents, Monday's as Fish and Game Warden s-

h NOTES.The'regalar .. (i\'J the first of the week to look'after'his orange special) 25 cents; another lot worth 50c. at The honorable board of county com-
s a bil ohiinleis bicycle; new, barDooliUleand :Titusville 35c. 15c. quality of India lawn at 10
servicesof; .the grove'property in Turnbull ham
11- 'Y : 'reatloYi; Titoevilie cents; a 20 cent quality for 15 cents.: missioners met on this 4th day of Sep I
: Baptist chnfch will be h ra' on Sunday, mock. 12 yards Lonsdale domestic (Monday : tember, A. D., 1905. Present R. A. : FConkling

*.i.(,;\::':::";,:. Mr.. L"L;b Motlow September 17th. Peaching a l:ll am. Mr. G, E Pritchett .returned Tuesday, 6nlv) for $UOMondaI / chairman, J, R. Miot, W. .R. Ml4t

,j<. :.:.>/-,."........." ,. IwlsfoTtt- tel 'fctgfcL---the ldj. 6.train- last' niRbtr and 7.30: p, 11I.; Sunday school at ip a. from a trip down the,river. He is mating toil we du will nordxBates'have on sale seersuckers a beautiful Walker, T. J. Cockshntt. with A. A. .

i1j :; : ;p41.onardysrrtredbere:: .Wed- m :AU I are very cordially invited preparations to put in a turpentinestill .:sold everywhere for 15 cents, our special A. Stewart, clerk and J. P. Brown, sher,

_.s :' on berw y, toOeieen. for' 'while.Soobie Musical SeionsMomtniJemsa.lem and camp at St. Lucie. price 12} cents. iff. Minutes of,last meeting were read 0\ -

"Itt' .-z .1Yii.t'" ':"' ,. 0" : .was. Ju ;:town again'I' the Golden G. F LeJenne, by Mrs. tilts. J.,Beiiga and child have arrivedin Figured lawns' former price 15 cents, and approved.The .
: Denham and choir. EmiDa-Brief Life Monday's special! 10 l'entsj another lot,
ia'fintd treasurer's received .
.ul''SiW from their and
.1'0 down 'Tit.usvilJe' :summer'tripto report was
former price 20 cents, Monday's special
:.:<",::iJl':ir'i: ; -- ''':-'.- .''.\' --- ,. f' I Is Here' Oor Portion, Millard' ,- Mri Den. Canada.. Mrs. Beges is the wife of Engineer 12} cents... .0 checked up and Messrs. J. R. Miot and ;

: !'-\4 !.::':- ; '''''''t'''':T'JrleGaire''' ''' was tskou quite ham; Lord, :.Teach' Us to Pray",; Feari, Bejots, of the,anford branch. We have shown'some excellent valuesin T. J. Cockshatt were appointed a committee .4

=l' : Mrs.}Wilson and choir : embroideries, but Monday will reach '. '
to destroy the warrants
jit("' nly_ ;on'8uodaY- .. ;. bOtle.w.,, veryi4WS Mr. S. L. Jeffords o( Miami, formerly the climax when we will offer embroideries paid 'i<

I.. _:' $;ft_ u M-'r: ,} .. .j. t PUBLIC ;SCHOOL- OP08..... resident of Banana river, arrived last that sold at 18, 20 and 25 cents for turned over by the county treasurer with .
.V. : hair'-:A; 'Jc-f 3<-r.{ r. Webber, '0,. '. : =-, :', week to enrage in deep sea fishing at.Canaveral 10,12} and 15 cents per yard. his report. They reported that they had {
bloat 'aac.
: The public school open d. Mondaywith
bight for fish to convert into fer Special values in riblona Monday. performed their duty and were digcffarg- ,.
: take
=otthiaapIice' ,...azpeea'to a the usual goodly number in'attendance A few odds and ends of ladies' shirtwaists ed. The treasurer had attached to his r
y OD t1w 27th'10It : tilizer.t worth from $1.50 to $4 at half
-' .,, _. and under the management of Miss I' '
'' a certificate the
+= : showing that .
. Among the passengers(: on the southbound .
= price. \
.rt[ i.J.;:a. &aonitgtaniied! home ontltie'1O9D'tWeritieadaynIght Teeter .temporary principal, pending t
train Monday we noticed Mr. and Ladies' patent leather tip vici oxfords, amount his report called for was on deposit
l ; from //the>> arrival of Professor Barrett who i is detained
: Mrs. Wm. Pomeroy.of Eldred-who were former price $2 now $1.49. to his credit as county treasurer.

1& ii..l in'WaynesviHe N, C, away on account of: illness. Miss returning home from a visit to St..Augustine. Another lot vit't oxfords, dull kid upper The bill of Geo. M. Robbins for $5 for

*iii.i: fa11in1 retnraedttome, from Susie Gladwin is first assistant, and Mis worth $2.50 now $2: '. legal advice etatoka to Var
Ladies' leather blucher oxfords on as game -
; '' patent ,
i'j.? 1!rOoropaVio,Beach last 8tnrday.Tbeont! sea Helen Miller andT Susie Hunter jn' Conductor McCormick, of the Ranford dull kid top, large eyelets. former price den was held over until next, meeting.

."k' r 4aegwquite i .. j beneficial" to .herM' charge of the intermediate and primary branch, took hit departure Wednesday $3 now $2. Reports of Justices of the Peace C.-T.

.tt. hi Ikb...: ->ii:_ ,...". 'r .. departments. for his summer vacation. He will join We carry up-to-date Walkover, W. ; McBride, W. C. Peterson and J. M. Sanders -
"\> j''''' of medicine fa I.ey The opening exercises ,were held in.prlnclpal' L. Douglas and Hanan. & Sons gent'soboes ;
Jbrlm .beverage received.
} were
fi < Mrs. McCormick and Jack, who are in in all the leading shapes and toes .
1, iv.B; W -.the kind. need by the. room and were begun Lancaster, Pa. .. > of the season. The comptroller is requested to allow

'"E-.. "ri,Sit... .d,. f ither,. .-Sold by. R., L. Motlow with a song by the school, followed byprayor JULIUS KLINE, the redemption of all tax certificates
;>& Mr. J. EL M. Hodgson, of Eaa Gallie-
d';...... Iailey.nW "-'!!' I led by Rev Mr., Shoemaker in in i i Titosville; Fla. against lots, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 Rer-
town Monday to serve juror
'" .ax. Superintendent R. Walker was as
:,,",-..-..." '.'. '.bNMeadrjRholuebeenvie.R'day.la, :; ; County' and John short but" the county court but on account. of the SCHOOL BOARD PBOOEEDZNGS.> dell's addition to Titusviile, by paymentof
seek' was present 'made a ap the millage levy for each for
"" ..7i4 .. f' 'tQI. illness.. of Judge. Penney the court ,baa The school board at Titusville
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which said land sold
'" .< ."_ .,.....:........", .., _,,.i .._.>>' 1' '1r ... .<;''['' "' :.>. (" -. ,.... aprt4tb' : :Memtiersi preorent was on a valuation
., J.'i's" -'. .*' > ; :;::'' -' ;: ?:\ J. : .O.Or.. .1900 of$5 for each lot without interest and the
1'! .
: .; ''f'<:E David Wingood and Capk Frank ; R.E. Mim.9chairman E. B.
NOKWOOLV-COr collection of all ,
subsequent omitted taxes
:* bid
f 'JedSe0 eon;. M. 8; Jones, W1DDIHQ.
4, Black well known'residenta of
: formerly A. J. Carter, J. R. Walker, secretary.The .
't ': for Q Mra. Stan We the following notice on said lots on a valuation of $5 for
&Y. clip marnage>
Point the
City were passengers on sooth! board, with Mr. John Henry act.
. :Joow!+% and UttWson\ Minor, are still hereon from the Weet Palm Beach Sun, of Wednesday bound train Sunday, to spend awhile at ing for county judge proceeded to canvass each lot without interest ,
Verdict of coroner's
: :;r' .4 visit with relatives. .. The groom was a resident of their old Indian river home. the returns of the special election for inquest on bodyof

? ._}Miss Estelle Metiger.who baa been" visiting TUoaville all his life until he went to :' Some of the Titnsville fishermen are school tax district No. 1. Edward: motion Screve$1,000 was is hereby received.On transferredfrom .

r : her sisters" Mrs. Tom Tucker and West Palm Beach. THE: STAB extends making catches of from 1200 to 1500 mullet The bid of Homer E. Wakefield, for the fine and forfeiture fund to the

.. $f'JI".K. -"E BUnehard, for a month hearty congratulations. "A very pretty these bright moonlight nights and transporting pupils from Jas. Hatter's to fund.
feeding prisoner's
?Pf :'fix weeks ,returned tujme .this :week. wedding was soleraniaed Sunday eveningat there are busy scenes every morning Cocoa, with two: horse team, at $44 per The report of cattle inspector districtNo.
six o'clock aUhe' home of Mr. andMrs. f
lAii Mr: *. .B. Gladwin and children packing fish at the fish houses down on month, was accepted, 1 was received.

1, ..:/clor'Puree,'arrived last week, ,on Thnrsweek's P.JC. Cox, when their daughter, the two long wharves. The contract for transporting pupils The following permits? to pistols 1 j
Miss Mi tie Karolin became the bride of carry
from C. B. Magruder's to Cocoa .
J pt :'r visit with Mr Glad was
day a
Mr. William Chaudoin'Norwood Mr. Stafford, the tinner and plumberfrom were granted: P. W. Thigpin, D. St. Clair : '
' ';rrld. psronG, Mr. and Mra $. N. Glad Rev. a warded to J., G. Gibert, at $37.50 per
s- ....U -"- tt t" r Henry Hice, of\tW: Methodist church Sanford is here to do plumbing in month., Nisbett, Joe E. Field, J. H. Henderson, ; ., '
t.aD; three houses for Mr. J. R Walker and E. A. M. Stewart, John C. Hopkins.
> reading the. impressive service. The FINANCIAL 8UMMARY.Warrants :
(1.1. known therH"
: 5Th* HARM... formerly __ aa -
'",- > -: : n n .: bride is the ladiesof will do the plumbing also in the new Report of J. 0. Fries, measuring rail .
. WhliJoci among popular young outstanding last report $ 4,36711O
north.BIde ofIWii
'(; J'.J."'-,_'. botkb..oo. the West Palm Beach, while the groom is residence of Mr. Pritchett's, which Contractor issued this meeting_____ 1,048.18 way tracks in Brevard county. List of ; ,

fl atreel.jOet beyond the diamond business Hall will commence in a few days. side tracks in Brevard county on the main
a young man of sterling qualities ,U3M .1
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blown off its foundationsfeihijriif
fJ bridge, was holding an important position withT. Mrs. E. E. Rollins arrived home from Warrants paid in Aug.___..__.__ 2,636.03 line of Florida East Coast RailwayAt

;'dJ, '''' .tht storm Saturday. night. A. Feaster. The happy yoking people North Carolina Sunday' afternoon accompanied Lyrata.__.._-.._____.__________1260 feet 4

r J.f.:Mr .TbeoDkken and her daughter, have gone to housekeeping and have the by a young friend, .Miss Ma Cash Warrants on hand now_outstanding2,778.83.......__....__.__ 778 53 East; Mims__.__.____.________.. 1200 "

= MisfLflilMcGoire from Lakeland ....._._.._.... "
-4 arTitnsville best wishes of a host of friends." mie Burt, who will spend the winter here Titnsville _9145
tI ._: to ; Thursday of last and attend the Titueville high school. Deficit in funds.__._____.....__ 2,003.08 14 Pritcharda..._.._.-_...______2015 j

xsm?>vroek visit to Mrs. Dicken's 'daugh- DRY The superintendent was instructed to Dele pine- _________________ 538 "
!t\l; ,,on a FURNITURE, GOODS, SHOES. Mrs. Rollins and Miss Burt spent a few ..
p MrL Julian P. Wilaoa and Mrs. proceed with the matter of the erectionof G. S. Hareee (private).......-.._ 535 ? ..
Edison batteries and the of Mrs.R. .
in St.
:;1 supplies. days Augustine, guests a school house at City Point. Sharpes_..____.___.__________ 1500 ,
Wall in stock and order.
# _. -_ :.1. PARIAN paper house floor and to wagon paints. E. L. Brown, nee lisa Emma Wright.Rev. A letter from the state board of controlwas '. City Point______________.______ 2825 ,;
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; ;&h.%<{Fmhock, 01 Dade county, was Spark coils, switches dry batteries. Mr: Gibba held services; both read, calling attention to a provisionin "Spratts(private)....__.......____ 575 l

'i'J.j, ;:Vfltffflk, .last week after white man Shirts, collars, cuffs, ties.JAPA.LAC.varnish morning and evening, Sunday in St. Ga the Buckman law, giving each county Dixon: (private)____.___.______ 840 ? a:[

f: fettfbo js! Mcqsed of stealing a large amount enamel., briel's Episcopal church.. Mr. Gibbs has the riabt'to send one, student Ives (private)______.___________ 329 ,

f pkpof clothing from men at work on one ofthe Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville, Florida. been in charge of the Indian mission annually, Cocoa-........--..........-.....6809 t
or so often as vacancies may occur, to ___ _____ "
| dredges .neT'Miaml.; He got posPaesalon in Gingrass (private) ____ 448 _
: CULTURE CLUB ENTEBTAINED. work at Iminokallee, Lee county but either the academic or normal depart ** ..
Bs.'kledge---------------------- 6809
\f of the'clothing' and departed from, buteirp.ptopped the Mrs. C. J. Denham delightfully entertained is'now holding mission services at differ ments of both the University of the Stateof Williams (private)______.__..._ __ 7!;5 u

'in.- ..... "' by 'a telegram the members of the ent places on the east coast. 'His sermon Florida and to the Female College Garveys ---.____________14S5 >'.:

f sherins office and was taken off the train ProgressiveCulture Sunday evening was especially interesting The board requests that all who desireto Paxtona --______________ 1040 ,

J1t it.Tiflmille and lodged in jail here. ; club at her borne, Tuesday afternoon -', and greatly enjoyed by those who had compete for the respective scholarships }Magruders .-...._........._ 740 "
with fine musical
{a k1 r. J'Mnrfreeshoro' (T.enn.) I'ewa'Ban- a programme, the pleasure of listening to i it. send in to the superintendent, prior to Bonaveuture____________._______ 10UO "

.wet;of Sept. 7th, says that on Tuesdaymina which consisted of a beautiful cornet solo Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Budge arrived the first Monday in October their class Kneda________________._________ 2050 H ,;.m

While Miss Lena Henderson was by herself, piano solos and duets by her. standing based on' last examinations by .. Eau Gallic..._________...._.... 4934 "
here last Friday from their trip north. their school well their
t self and one of her pupils, Miss Mabel ,. principal aa as Melbourne_...._ ____..._.____. 2216 "
which left --
. iNodIi.small pistol, .was Miss Stella diplomas. I
g= .. ", ; Reynolds, and vocal solos by herself and Mr. Budge ,and daughter, Tillman________.____--______..-_ 1115 .
,j\---r.. ,;:rrilh whwAfrittid.i It was accidentally i '' Miss Fannie Budge another pupil, all of went to Mimi Sunday, Mrs.: Budge, Dorothy FOR SALE. I Malabar__________...----.-.--- 1206 "

.i1t kich>tridthasiall leaden pellet enterfingterleft'hand which were much enjoyed Deli andTthe.babj will remain here until .. Grant___-____-..______________ 272 ..

1p and causing a ratherfii cious refreshments very of ice the first of October. JJr. and Mrs. Budge Five acres of good .land suitable for Micco____________.____________ 1896! I
consisting cream trees and garden, with improve
: : pia1uI 'bq'- no'-,serious wound.- Miss and cake were served, and alto ether it.. made their homeward trip from the northas orange ments. Located on Indian river front, On Sanford branch; ,

,t 4t' neaspept last winter in Titnavillepi was a thoroughly enjoyable affair far as Asheville, N. C., in their automobile half mile from station. AddressR. At Turnbull Mill___________:________ 517 I

t lerfcihW, Jlr.p.C. Henderson.and purchased while in New York N. SIMMONS, Turnbull Still..........-........ 568 I I

i !r1talli'$ her many friends' here will The Miami Steam Laundry has made' city, shipping it by rail from Asheville i' Frontenac, Fla. Mims..___..,______..____._______1035 "

retro!.to learn of the above accident. By Mrs. C. Collins agent Leave wok at to Miami. At 3rd mile post____________._._ 420 i
'l notice in the above journalhtAMr. the F. E. C, Grocery. Fine work, satisfaction .' _-, 3VR8KKT STOCK FOR SALE.. ., LaGrange...._.___...._.....__.._278 .1
|the we
..ti. '* -nt. Merton is before the primaries .guaranteed. ", HORSES FOB SALE.) Citrus stock grown on high pine land. I Total,-____53S92 feet or 10 2-10 aile

'r '" -, : ", J. B. :Magruder: is off buying a lot of Indian River Nurseries, established 1886. i The Board refused to issue to
for nJB IiiT.Three permit
of hU county registrar. at i
I (,- -: .. horses and mutes. He wiU have one hundred Send for catalogue, Toledo and Vest
or: four acres garden land with head for sale' Mr.., Magrnder will Palm Beach, FU.TOB R. W. Stewart to carry a pistol on account
-" >1 wgcI Vll RKPAIRKD. small bowie and oat buildings' The of his being a minor. '
.. have a carload in Titngville on Oct. 15th.
I" "! ;ti(..l""8peairlhr'mtniieKun" springs warrantedEvery land M good for potatoes, beans, toma Write Magruder, at Orlando, slating just SALK CHEAP FOB CASH. Permit was granted to J. W. Hopkins .

. !O\ w.k. we carefully. tested toes, etc.. Apply-1 to',* the kind you want and he ,will have one About 88 acres of good high land on to carry Winchester repeating rifle ;' i..
, ,.. -.4.'tiockeid.,, .'-., '. .n"'BENECEBo121 : i- %,- Nathan N. N. PKXXT Florida/: to suit you lathe "lot' Satisfaction", guaranteed the east or ocean side of the Indian river Contract No. I, E. A. 31. Stewart, for
' .b.-f; itavUle FlaflM v or no eale.,' *, .;.V..\ at the Narrows described as follows: Lot .
.4;;'.,'..:: "-'r \J."- __ No 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section $30 was approved. a ;
: YOU TOWN CUCRK AND TREASURES. NEW B STA1Blri"If in township 31 south, 39 east. Report of tax collector of insolvent poll
% !: -PUhm SHOP.Don't' 36 range
1 do all kinds of black. 'I hereby announce myself a candidatefor you want a meal or table hoard at This land is unimproved but finely lot taxes, amounting to $563 for the year .: I

'i 5 ; land bust work-horse shoeing reflection to the ofiicef of Jcerk.and! reasonable prices patronize, the Peacock cated. For further particulars addressE. 1904, was received and on motion the >
wagon ,
r treasut floe Restaurant, corner Main street and Washington M. Low, 1.
J : '''' ,rCall and see me. IfW wq keteUo J Oin r same is hereby allowed -
: ,:! - Brockton, Mass. t
._ 1. t,, j"' .. ;/fitoaville.'Fla.kittts 4 O TiQ .Jth'&cW.I avenue. f "" .-t. t Tax collector's. report'of poll taxes not k, t

-" s.T, f .DIm&" cleaned, blocked and new support of my fri ridkf If reelectedSnllenre Call at THosf ill*,'Livery w at rear of AVTO SPABKKB' _FOR SALE. assessed collected for the year 1904, sE

. 1'tl" es .OD,11.50. Miami Steam LaunAg the town arfaithfdly in the future Robbing. l law office,' for' stylish rigs.Leave i A magneto that needs no batteries. amounting to $126: was. received. and the j. ..,
..:! "'f- 'r()oI1iWl...,, %, ,Basket vetitti ..In the past, ,' your orders for hauling, both don- .Brand new and will he sold at wholesale 1 *- '

.,!i--'.9" -_TM,... ... y. '. I :. R. R. PsLrs.Y hie and single. J. M. Osban, proprietor. price. Inquire at THE STAB office. > Continued on page 4.. : i.

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.' the voyager,,is,ready for his ruse on .
+ ;.: ., fame ,toother'!'picturesque' 'and .daring river and bay and ocean A tug takes THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. !

l "f"4 ;': 'methods of lumber: trausportaUon'ton her 'down the river with'a stern wheel i MuftRAT STREET NEW Yeas U. S. A'

r i,c':';' ',: ...',' -theP cific coast; -Is just:now:all O agog steamer at the after end to aid ,in Sfd festal for Catalogue'of Books for
; Library
.3. '::- : ", a:;. over the prospect that,'her'" expert'raft steering ,in the narrow channel, but I *,

4" builders will have opportunity to when the open sea 1s'reached.o'tugs. j ...

1 ::(:,.,- f outdo themselves by :building the: lar>' 33

k __".. : ," ,. gest raft the work has",vex seed says rTr1 TC -_TT r r rh = Da.il7.

I -,; '.f. a 'special dispatch 'from 'Seattle to 'theSt r h Young's: Female College: l. S 740 30 P
f' g-.i, "* LbuW Post-Dtepatch., '" Tnevrecord m THOMASVILLE, GEORGIA, 835 a
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t ':,,=t: ,.:.' breaking:raft which Is now projected : OFFERS FULL COURSES FOR A. B.; B.SOl & B.L. DEGREES .. p

," 'will coataln'more than 10,600.000 feet Physical Culture, Elocution and Musie our Specialties. 950 P

of lumber and'will..be.. fully one-fourth "' 82'l p
'' larger than the .biggest log1 leviathan 11 $15,000 Spent this year in building and equipment. Steam Heat,Electric Lights, 1 553 P
'll Gymnasium Swimming Tool,Good; Fare, Climate Unsurpassed Strong Faculty of : 33p'
t 1 _4 previously constructed.Still .' | Ten Experienced Teachers.' I Room
more Interesting is the fact that ', ,
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this new raft Is to be towed across the .nocno

It Pacific from San*.Francisco to Shanghai n Session open; SeI.t. 26th, 1005. .For free catalogue address' l ffiJ l lf

:A ,- China-the first"time'such a feat 1. COCKRANE HUNT, ,

: has been attempteJ. A number of the President : Daily- ..
1 r-rTr- r-Ir !- -,
i z ', -. monster log rafts have 'within thei d'} a
.I past few years been towed from ports 450.

',-i : '. in the Pacific,northwest"to San. FranCisco -. E. L. BRADY( & BRO. 415 I1J a.p

.; but this will be the first .attempt 4S a
"l** to'send one of'the ponderous craft on'a 935 s
" ='f Groceries :Grain and all Products.We ; 8 t5 It
% transoceanic 'voyage. Two of the ,Hay, Food ...
: powerful tugboats on the western .
most handle produce of alrkinds. \V e are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusive:1:0
k coast will' undertake to drag the logs :n the above lines of goods, and !solicit tbe trade of all consumers. Write us for prices 01
': to the orient*m$the odd fleet will be Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY & BRO..TITrsVILLL Fu.

K accompanied on -its long voyage by a,, I : It I

a < collier or oil steamer with fuel for the, *. AGONER: ck c<>., .-_..-..

tugs. .__
= Already shipowners, vessel masters and! Groceries Hay, Grain, Fruit and ,1 ___ 4
Staple Fancy : _
and seafaring melt who have to do Produce of all Kinds, 1 =_
with the Pacific are'ilecidedly
f navigation on ; -
worried over the news that the VEGETABLES'A SPECIALTY /
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raft is to to journey to the Tituavillee Florida. \
big attempt ,_ I : ._,.
far east and are urging that some steps n __a_

be taken to preyentthe monster tow I WN'WNlwmrWNN.wm.V.The : .__'_
from putting to sea. As a master of _..

'i fact, all the monster rafts which have =
from time to ,time .been towed along I -..---
; the Pacific coast have, been brought I --.--
Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co. : : :=
safely to ,port, with the exception of t ..._ _

one or wo of the first, which were puttogether __

when the builders did not 1 ____,

; have as perfect a knowledge as they MACHINE.SH.OPS --.-
have now of the best way to fashion- ., ; .---.
them. Nevertheless |the mariners on _

A ., the world's greatest ocean declare that : '--Da;

the raft en route to China will be aposltit'e Plumbing and Metal Work :,

menace to navigation. I
In the construction of the transpacific : Laos e .
: raft there will be utilized what is I_
known as a floating cradle, an Improvement PI' .
which in largely responsiblefor
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the present development of this Agriculturallmplel11ents'I !I ----:
unique industry. The cradle, to provide
9 which costs the raft builder thousands

r4 of dollars as a preliminary investment SAN FORD FLORIDA : :

;:- ere he even begins: his real ,I a.
x ', ., work, consists of 'a long series of immense

11 half circles of wood held in

.T place by strong ribs, the whole structure -

being securely bolted together.It .

t looks for all the world like the, :

f,' x-,, skeleton framework of a great ship in OF SEA
course of construction big one, mind QUEEN R11ESI I

you-for one of these cradles is longer

: than the largest ocean liner and the

; 4 resemblance is still further suggested :;: M I

1.: by the fact of wood that the grows span less I of as the either semicircles Merchants & Miners Trans. Go's !

r end of the cradle is approached, just

a ;f as a ship tapers to stem. and stern, this STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN .....

>R' .Tbe Colouel'a' 1Yate+doo. ---- ---- and
Col. John M. Fuller, of Honey Grove,
i 1 Texas, nearly met \Virterkwfrbraliver SAVANNAH 'BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct
1:; and kidney trouble. In a recent letter,hesaya i3
'. 4 : "I was nearly dead of these complaints .
and, although I tried my family ---:: Connection for -
'.P doctor, he did me'no good, so I got a 50c. .
. bottle of yoor great E ctric Bitters which Washington Net York and .Boston.

J cured me. I consider them the beet medicine .

5 !.7 on earth, and thank God who gave .
j : t yon the knowledge to make them." :Sold Through tickets ,on sale at principal points.Accommodations l

I r' and guaranteed to cnredyarjepsia, Biliousness and cuisine unsurpassed.
: and kidney disease! by Red' Cross
Pharmacy at a
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:bad'rpbbed andtdeseited;,led fo the inakers*: : i -..
.1ftd n; t.1amp&; YIL baye z i1 h'- '

presumption-that;Wltzboft'Is only one left the 'employof; .:..-::StacoeIberffX {"' --: .
of'an'orPmz d'gang of robbers '
bigamist -c '
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ryej; -M ,: wbo have,:been operating' for several factory was 'prevented from,'readIDg'f&

,.years.",from ,resorts on ,the New' exacts 'from :thViallegedanar&tettcTpaper : :" ..:---iti' -'r;
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r. a. ;. York',:ast,side wltb; the 'result. tbat,oJ. ,TiernL'. 'pubUshedJn.HaT&nL' .,It. !, : ." .. !.:
than,500 girls have beel'd'Gped: -
more .
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; Statistiuari Holmes Surrenders.! employed;to';read to- the',dgarmakers Y" ,' ;

Edwlnt Holmes,.:'Jr., formerly;, ,0-: while aft atjcrork. '- : "'.;:',-
.. sistant: statistician of the departmentpf Government Painters Strike. --,..TPatateri
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iiM iii iwfPgCTM ,agriculture- has. given himself up .to' v<: })empWyed- : Jy" 'Ihe Washing ; ,, ?::;

mKi m Kl iiSi sHoujall the marshal. at Washington and has nhvyyarhTs have struck" by order -s-

%S. iN't been arrested of. the...bcal tmlofr' for an Increase ,lavcagesli -

e: 't.j -. .. on' a warrant ,The'. -recently succeededIn
-t" ..' "*'' *"* "" ... IsSued. the '

.."For.. P,>i'rminnt:'.', b_'.. 'Pa"i--.t H" ; t to pay the'tiI11 c ntra fed By Commander District by 'supreme ington raising to $3.204 the gftiMferrj Ms.the'rate wage at Wash fixed "

: N ] : "lilerpaTUamentary;,congress ,at ; Eaton of: the Brooklyn navy,yard ; court.:. the gover'nmentbnsed- 6'
: the
on average
Brussels has bees discussing favorably. for..one meal-at $1.65,',including a.tip ,District Attorney
3 ,.. In surrounding .
+ cities Is $ .04. _
< the AiYieriean'proposittonadvanced,by to .,the, 'waiter. Objection had, been Beach wish-,
When the union
Congressman :Bartholdt"for-the ..stab'llebment'ofa made by certain omcla1L.I leaders first made
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< the ques- t their demand they were informed that
f-v'-* )ermanen Internationalparliament r } A
l; -at'teue:between'=the peaceen'- to'define international laws.' ed at$20,000- the government, rate bad been made
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r '.; lpaDd Japan was' an- The question. ,ivas'referred' to a committee I 5CIENTIFICckatistsWitness I causeHolmes had not shown for: .the year and the money appropri

i at''the zPoctamouth (N? E) of 8vec al18t8' from :the parliaments ated on that basis; hence?{t was Im-. .

;Japan having of various nationsBoycottSupprMsion'Insincerc.:; :: Eclipse. promised.up as soon The as possible to grant the Increase" without 4

& *, ii@t ;!!!evhe"Halm for 600,000, i e elaborate preparation made, by bail 'was fixed painters authority come..from"congress under civil service; As the
demnlty iad;offered to,tat ..BusiTe.the.northern That:the orders from;Feting instruct scientists many nations'to.observe: ''.#6.0; 'at $10,000. For it is said that there-would be no difficulty ,

:':. ;bait of. the is-: ing; provinelaloffieers; to repress .the the total eclipse of the sun Aug. 30 / several weeks In securing others to take the

h of Bakninow.neld by the Jap1 boycottagalnst*',.American goods are was rewarded with clear weather' in Mr.Holmes bad places of the'strikers.. .....
E. S. Holmes Jr. ,
forces.. Japan had previously nottaken;: :; seriously .was Indicated at northern Africa and Spain, where the kept himselfout

'-; .her demands' for'the' interned Shanghai .when Chang Chien fined,certain various expeditions had been stationed; of sight, and the authorities feared Open Shop Labor Bureau.The .

4 = 4 =aiilitt ships and 'the9'limitation of ':dealers .for alleged breaches' :.of In the 'path of the moon's shadow. that he'had fled the country. His at- Hebrew Boss Bakers' association z

-' -iifa'iiuival power'in_the east;, OniJ the boy ott He then'ordered all dealers This path was about 120 geographical torney protests however: that he is of Xew York has'decided to open

to sigh miles wide .and./extended from Manitoba a bureau for the purpose of hiring men
other eight demand agreement had ,: agreement not'to ,buy Innocent of the charges against him

lfi6 prevtously Recorded.-namely:Jap. arty,more American gOods'from foreign Canada half around the :worldto ,fnd insists that. it was a physical impossibility on the open shop plan. This Is the

.prwonderance in Korea, :Russ merchants of, any nationality.; He:arranged Arabia, Many ,''Valuable pictures for him to have famished outcome of the recent strike of kosher

laoand Japanese military evacuation ,. however,. to .allow' the sale of were obtained"of the brilliant' corona. the crop Information in advance of its bakers. President Bock of the association _-

Mr goods contracted for >, efore the boycott showing the brilliant'gas.flames which official promulgation. denies that a majority of .its
extended 50,000 kilometers'! high. As Dabs Strike' Riot Bilf. members yielded to the strikers.- i

totality approached, the shadow of

POLITICAL I night .swept over the land., .causing. The jury at Wheaton, IlL. has I SOCIOLOGICAL I' -
I brought in a verdict of $100,000 dam : -t
cocks to crow and children to cry with
.. terror. 'The' temperature fell five degrees ,ages against the city of Chicago in 0 .

f China..Gets,American .a.. during obscuration. At the beginning favor of the Panhandle railroad'for Should Convict. Support family?

; rf,! President Roosevelt .announced at a.wind rose, and on the groundwas the burning of its freight cars duringthe The Rev. George B. Wight state e

e ./: Oyster''Bay, after full discussion with seen the. moving shadow' in Debs strike of 1894. It was argued commissioner of charities and corrections -

m 1 t r,f. J P..Morgan, that the Chinese government stripes; a phenomenon which has not .that the city was responsible for the of New Jersey, proposed to the ,
bad decided to pay $8,750,000 as yet been explained. loss because of its failure to give adequate State Federation of Labor at Trenton

indemnity; for caneeilation.of the contract protection. that when a man of family Is Impris
: A Cure For, Old Age.
_ to build the. Hankow-Canton Burton In Graft ScandaL oned "the work that he does in the in-
Professor Ell Metchnikoff a. distinguished
railway. This amount was known to The friends of Senator Burton of stitution might go for the support' of ,
Russian scientist writes inMcClure's
z + be.agreeable to the tockh ldera.. ..The'contr that'be has discovered .a Kansas are trying to belittle the new his family, which otherwise would

ct.:had been cancelled owing to method for lengthening the.period of story of alleged graft in connection have to be sent to the almshouse and

the,popular opposition to the project. human life,so that a man eighty ;years with the Chickasaw Indian school fund. supported by; the public." The proposition .-

Not White Man's Country.. old will be only at middle age. His In spite of the fact that there is no was received with considerable 1-

The -National Afro-American Press theory is that the physical evidence of record of Burton ever appearing before favor by the labor organization.The _

M'M association,-'in session at Detroit age is a disease,resulting from the ravages the Interior department. coun- Clubhouse Home Next. j g

adopted an :address to the people of of certain forms of ba eria. He sel for the Chickasaws there exists 'The latest solution to be applied to i

the United which resents the has discovered that the white corpuscles an alleged record of various payments the 'problem of living in the larger "*a M;

statement t-that this is a "white man's of the blood constitute "the to him. cities is the construction of an apartment mf.
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; "': ."'-,_ -'," '' country" inasmuch as the constitution army of defense of the bevy 'politic." : house on the general plan of %

.f'f < 7"1';J'c: t ,, places all 'citizens on an equality before These tiny cells rush to any wounded r- LABORMitchell I clubhouse. The plans for such a

'i ; ':4'\I', 'BABON':: XAlfXXO.of ." the law.. Mob law -decried.. part of the body to absorb the foreign structure have just been filed at New .'

to'- Filipino Seek Independerioe.Visiting matter and to carry on the healing Gives Strike' Warning York by the Home club, composed of, '

} ,\ ; Manchuria; transfer Japan of "'congressmen: at Manila listened process. The article sets forth that the President John Mitchell of the United seven persons headed by Wilbur C. i
t! s Russian; leasehold in Llautong"peninsula Fisk of the firm
tr : patiently to the ,appeals-of Filipinos microbe which causes milk to turn Mine Workers speaking before banking Harvey -r

Port'r Arthur and :Dalny; ; Integ- who advocated Independence of sour Is the most efficient enemy of 8,000 people at Tamaqua Pa. made Fisk & Sons. The building, which 3

t. :Tity of, ChIna recognized by both powers the Islands. The congressmen were bodily decline. He notes that the Bul- the explicit declaration that when the will cost $900,060, is to occupy a sev

; transfer of all public and military garian mountaineers, who are famousfor ; enty-five foot frontage In Forty-fifth
not deeply by the present wage agreement with the anthracite -
:>!;' arguments I
tx stores and property; In Port Arthur their longevity street Fifth and will benne
*' consume great near avenue
put forth, and Cooper of Wisconsin operators expires, April I,
: and Dalny; to .confirm Japan's military quantities of. sour milk. Therefore he stories high. The two lower floors
said that the grant of Independence 1908, the'union would insist on thadoption
l-if: ,foothold, transfer to Japan of the suggests the of milk will be devoted to ,
eating curus as a exclusively billiard
would, be followed by a fan of an eight hour day and <
n'F Jt4.rA: A :taUroad between Port Arthur and HarBussla's means of lengthening life.Vegetables smoking, reception and reading rooms 'f....
tional break disorders f
up. Already o
f .f-i'1 : bm; '!. retention: of .the main ; many Cure and one big dining room. The seven I' ::
,, are reported, and stations re- Consumptives.Dr. Itself i as being
t'1J flfI: ;; ::Jfanchurian' line; and Japan to have upper floors will be laid out as ordinary -
cently .abandoned have been occupied John F. Russell, who for'seven y essential to the
-fishing i rights the Siberian coast the kitchen j
T. on apartments, omitting ,
11' by our troops.. years has been earning on experiments Industrial pence
Thisedst of caring for prisoners will but Including private dining
( < : a room
for the cure of consumption at the of the entireanthracite
,. Mk x. ." be paid by each side proportionately. Men For Woman Suffrage. New York Post Graduate hospital, announces for each. Families occupying any of

"Ail the'church and fire bells of Portsmouth In the new plan of work adopted by re these floors may have their meals
watt and the steam whls- the Woman Suffrage association of the positive conclusion that gion. He said either In the I .. ,
$ w44; ; rung t< general dining room or
the of
Juice added
raw vegetables to he wanted and
J}? : : :< ;tieswere;:: 't*>ted when the first official Portland Ore., every branch is centering bls'other treatment has Increased the expected to be in their private dining room served ,

W.fct 'word of the peace agreement was rezii Its energies on the enlistment of from the club kitchen In the basement. =,
;J chance of 100
; cure nearly per cent. able to be-
<;; "V- 'J .eeL' Russia's envoys and their men as active members. Commentingon go Special elevators containing electric ,
Dr. Russell's treatment is based on the fore George F. .
aiympathiaerswere jubilant over what this the Woman's Journal It heaters will
j-Q says connect with the butler's
theory that the disease is largely; due Baer, president .
r a :t1el'reprded as Japan's backdown. was never Intended that' the association pantry in each apartment A roof garden
to malnutrition; hence he has deviseda
of the
F : Mr Wltte and his colleague, 'Baron should be
ff.: composed exclusively diet which enables the patient to absorb head will be enjoyed in common. The (
of the
b 1- ,Rosen, felt that they; had.won a diplomatic women, and It recalls the fact that the 'more 'fat than is needed for heat of idea is to make possible a distinctive "

triumph' by .obtaining peace first president was Henry Ward and I more proteid than is needed for community interest with home life for rich families withoutthe
l'' without :one cent of trlbnte"pas'un bother of housekeeping or the lim-
fffJt the repair of waste. In five months
It: --r iou,?'ai.the big,Russian envoy put Itk : 150,000 worker itations of the apartment hotel '
of treatment with the
( Beecher.EXECUTIVE' vegetable juice
at his back. He
French to the
expressive newspaper
eleven patients were discharged as '
I I ap
wanted to tell
!:' msg. ofteapondents when he returned to George F. Baer. Chamberlain'Cough Remedy Aids Nature
parently cured. This juice is obtainedby
The 11r. Baer that
: the hotel Japan's envoys, Konfara Medicines that aid nature are always
grinding together the ordinary veg- the workers had fixed a price for their moet effectual. Chamberlain's
and' Takahira. correspondingly Cough
were About Panama Canal.
J! 'A Hopeful
etables found in the market and whichcan
*- -depressed, refusing absolutely to bet labor and there would be no receding Remedy acts on this plan. It allays the
feg&r- interviewed, the only official statement Chairman' Shonts of the Panama be prepared by the patient at home from that price. He assured his hear- cough, relieves the lungs, aide expectoration '

-* r.' ,made orally for Japan coming from canal commission, after his.recent conference if necessary. The dose is two ounces ers that his purpose was to maintain opens the secretions, and aids nature -

1 ..: '.7 \k Mr Sato. with the president, announced twice a day after meals. The entire peace and that if there was a strike it in restoring the system to a healthy 1

:, < Throughout the world the, main that there would be no trouble about treatment costs $6 a week. Fifty patients would not be his fault nor the fault condition. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy

.,,- ,;-.. : ,credit for the successful outcome of securing all the labor wanted, as 100- are now under, treatment at the 'of the union. The fault would rest on -LOW RATES-- 11

?;J -": ','",. the Portsmouth conference is given to OuO: Jamaican blacks could be had hospital. the shoulders of the operators or of -FOR-

t. president Roosevelt, who, by virtue of whenever desired. He said he had laid the nonunion men. As to the eight SPECIAL OCCASIONSVIA n';

s' his'.official station and personal force off the steam shovels the tracks not I LEGALCRIMINALEquitable I hour day he would ask that becausea '

4 f of ,character, held the envoys togAher: having been ballf sted for them. W. G. man can do more work in eight SOUTHERN RAILWAYTwo

1': ::'''"J pending appeals made direct to their Baird. assistant, general manager of Graft Admitted. hours than he can do In ten. This, he
L:' respective rulers. It Is well known said, had been proved in the soft coal Trains Daily East, Leave Jacksonville 3
( the Rock Island railroad, has been appointed The answers of the forty-nine directors a.
'that neither Baron Komura nor Mr. regions. There could be no industrial 9:10 7:55 p. m. :1
1 general superintendent of the of the Equitable Assurance society -
willing to yield the de peace until the workingmen $I4 21\ Atlazitictity. X. J.and return. %.
: were Panama to succeed Mr. Prescott of New York are recognized -
fft.'J.Takablra railway, to the charges of On sale daily; limited Oct. 31,
,"! indemnity but another Japanese tho resigned because of the crit- graft made in connection with a suit as contracting parties In the fixing 15)05.'Uftl!) *
-,-- Baron Kaneko. of and In .
'{ representative. icism of Chairman Shonts. About the brought by the attorney general of the wages improving condi- Harbor
Maine and
fft'; the confidential agent of the mikado, tions and employment. be 71Bar re-
They must
middle of September )lr. Shonts expects state was the decision to join with the $ If. on sale daily; limited
}ffj: : 'was.In. constant touch with the president to return to the Isthmus, but he state in asking for a Investigation recognized as a collective unit. What Oct. 31, J05: .1
and through Kaneko and! the the miners wanted to be
t: I has no idea of resuming the actual in court. The admission is made that was recognized I\J Saratoga Springs X. Y. and
{ elder statesmen: at Tokyo the emperor as the equal of the companies in $ to 4
j. work of canal digging until proper con- some of the officers had been guilty of l"t return. On sale daily; limited
to the wisdom -
of Japan was brought see making the contracts for their labor. ,
lif.r ditions for housing and feeding the improper and illegal acts. They admit Oct. 31: 100.). |
honor ,and humanity
of placing>>
,:., above a* men question of money After laborers and operating the machineryhavebeen the $250.000: loan to the Depew Improvement Struggle of Printers' Begun. $9.7 flft Washington, D. C and return. ilJUI

has what she went'to arranged. compcny and the $tjST.OCO The posting of open shop notices in ) I VU Limited Oct. 31, 1003. 1
all Japan ,
E' ( war for namely,.the foothold In Asia Land Inspector Impeached loan to the Mercantile Trust company. six Chicago printing.establishments Two Trains Daily West,Leave Jacksonville I
".,:' ", They also that under the guise of been followed by the strike of 238 men 7:45
say at : m. and 7:55 m. !
;-i 'which ,assures her national existence, The interior department has dismissed p. p. '
"" ,.,= while her position among the family; of Special Inspector George F. salaries excessive fees were .given to as a protest Their organizer says that 160 Chicago, 111., and return. On \
certain officials but that this the men were locked out. The memo
was un- sale Limit Oct.
,, i nations la secure. Wilson on account' of the disclosures daily. 31,1'd4i. ;
".Steps were' ,taken at once for the made during the investigation of known to the board of directors. bers of. the Typothetae were notifiedof Dining Cars Service ala Carte. |

and the drawing MJSm! Crow" Car Damage C... the action of the men and Chicago
cessation of hostilities charges against Senator Mitchell of Sleeping I car reservations and detailed 3

'' up of a ,formal treaty whit It Oregon. Wilson admitted that he had W. H. H. Hart, professor of law in thus became the center of a struggle information cheerfully furnished upon -|
reach the United
was ,expected. would be signed at.. received the alleged bribes for favorable Howard university, Washington, has may over application. Papsensier office 108 West

Washington. The peace terms are extremely recommendations In some cases, brought suit !against the Pennsylvania States after Jan. L These Chicago Bay street, Telephone 743.J. .
t publishers have simply anticipated the C. LVSK Dist. .
unpopular In Japan. but claimed that he had taken the railroad and the Baltimore and Ohio -s Agio. 4 "
Inevitable clash by putting their shopsin Jacksonville Fla. '
The:nr thus brought to a close be- money to entrap the bribers. This explanation for $30,000 damages for having been <
a position to employ nonunion labor.
t R 3... rai Feb. 4. ;J904 with Japan's naval was not satisfactory. compelled to ride in a "Jim Crow," or :. HOU.ISTER'3
f : the Russian fleet at Port car, Aug. 31 1904 while Soldiers at Tennessee Mines. '
on Bonaparte Favors Free Bidding. negro on a Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets 1
:Arthur. It has therefore lasted 527 train,from Jersey City to Washington. By order of Governor Cox of Ten .
Reversing the'ruUng of his
predecessor. A Madidng for ,

Buy Buy People.
of : nessee several companies of state
cost nearlyAooo.ooo..oon.
m estimated Professor Hart declares
that he la
at an
si -dayi. Secretary of the Navy Bonaparte Brings Golden Health aai Resavel Vigor
': and iiii, troops were sent to Tracy City Aug. J
'to BUita $1, Indian and not a "
negro.Organized .
has decided that Canadian railroads A. specific for Constipation. Indiee-ition. Lire
5 ,000 to Japan.- There were 420,0005nMttnca may compete in the bidding for the Band of Bigamists. 27 to assist Sheriff Meeks In preserving and Kidney Troubles. Pimple. Eeem: Impur* t
; in battle and 170- order during the miners' strike. Blood Bad Breath. Sluettrish Bowels, Headachy
ualties transportation of naval supplies. Information given to the New York and BackacTre. It's Rocky M>in'ain Tea in Ut>.
anti i :000 casualties, ,while seventy- Serious trouble had been feared since let form S.> cents a box Gtwiinn Made by <
Jaffe;" pa Were: lost by Russia Tips Officially Sanctioned. police in connection with the numerous the assassination of two nonunion min- HOLLISTER rspn C'){AXT, Haiiaon, fits 4'

," :;th : t Jam' ,UN treasury department has decided marriages- of- Dr. George .A., Witzhoff, ers. GOLDEN N'JQCETS! FOR SALLOW! PEOPLE -t--"

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$E f.:71." .... ., '.W'OBIIX.''. .-:-:;- ?-; tazea collected for year"1906r, Mnoa&ttag : 4
'" ; &a'ifdrtman M.; D.
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,ti.: :\!'mii'0'' : 't.:...'i<'" f I; teas received.. : ..i{ ,. .

; ;...;t;,:;.. ,. ,j:!,>1t'f'J'. ; : .,... .,_. = ...",,.. 3 ..<.I.1 '" Beport of tax;collector' of nol'l'i and e'. .. I I I .- I I -. 1 '. e ,- .. ...
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:> ,. ;;?l r; c i insolvencieB for ', to GroUen >** St. Urbalfl
;:;'?; :' ; i'"i ... ', -' .year 1904famoanting rinlaf'the'peat., multitude of IBS Angelina ,
: I.. M 'sb3
,_".';:r: 1 .,," '-' "", Itm uit clearly. utdentMd ttaj 11,208. was received and filed and on'motion suffering from some form of street,Montreal*Can*write*: { #
"': 'f1.;'""".,: '-".'Tats 8zix nor,tts editor,If for. 'the same ia hereby granted. female diaeaae and yetunable to find any "Haying heard Perena praised ao3t. :# r
Fjg, 'eplatoar espi-eoed Igr .' to it for my 'f43j3 sf''sii>
highly me try
_;'ld #-i! The agricultural statistics of P A. >f c- ,cure;Dr.Hartman; the renowned gene-
""" n :K' ,' cold and pains in the groins with j 'r/\
C '- ,Xierho Millan 'were received and approved and cologtathas announced. hta... willingnessto } }:
.) .A prommentkcittze. Indian. which 1 had been suffering for ,# Ifs
treatment of cases
forwarded to commissioner of agricul direct as many
'cw 4 has been Bommen&f at tlifereutj :resorts as make application to him during the months. It took nearly three bottles s

... .(in the, ..states i of North, .Carohna, /and ture., months without charge. to cure me.but I consider that t .-
summer sf : s r
'>:1t'i'G writes the of.THE:STAB ,A'permit was granted to Everette E. but time as I < '( H -
1 Orgi .editor, The treatment will,be conducted by was a short ,
5 ;: ;y. 'that more<< < people. we.coming babe:east4k Bas to cell liquors wines and beer in deDee. have often taken doctors' "i tr4yti'if' }

coast this winter.from the'sections he,baa election district No. 5 for the .next fiscal ,correspo The medicines prescribed can be obtained prescriptions fox months bec'f sjsl'g.:: ;; ; rt :

:* ..visited. than, _.ever before: year, ; V at ail ding stores.. fore I got relief."-Angelina ;tr:.<.s yi h': %> ;r x
tf ..i:! -. The following permits to sell liquors, The Doctor wttt prescribe aft 'medicines Grotton. ? t S :L-
wines and beer for the fiscal : and diet As is well known, Or. tc33 i it"p
:: .County Surveyor<< J. 6. Fries returned next year applications, hygienic .
the first'of the week from; ibis' surveying were granted R. L. 'Motlow ;for precinct try refutations necessary to complete Hartman is the President f1 { $
'. L '
; mean. Furthermore correspondence the Hartman Sanitarium- j i ... '
-e trip'to Lake- Okeechobee. He has"promised N .. 2 and 4, and F.. A., Losley. for 'precinct ..01 lie held strictly confidential. an institution which has ft f.fft < '<.: ?/ % "

- to five THE STAB. 'eome interesting No. 24: department devoted to the # ;
This offer will hold good only duringthe t
data. relating to the.canal the' state .proposes Report of Jas. Frevatt, superintendentof summer months. Any woman can treatment of female dia-j F
,to cot.from the lake into the head poor farm, was received and filed.. become a regular patient by sending a eases' ,

s waters of the St. Lucie river.= The petition of" R. ,;A. Conkling, et al, written statement of her age, condition He is thus brought to see I 1

4 'oc"rbe' -- citizens of Malabar and. ..Tillman, for public : of life,history and symptoms of her derangements thousands of such cases j S : .,' '
;.- Jaw against killing, wild ducks road was granted and N. M. Fish and previous treatment. every yeathmost of 4

<., .between:.April. d October is: incorporatedInimrfTi9edetatutee -j Newt,Tedder, and N. Downey were ap-'. Pe-ra-na Brought Health whom return \

fI" ; and in the' poined; ajcommittee to mark view and and to their.
Happiness. VF' j'
homes.to be rfJ tt r '
;opinion cf some of the ablest: lawyers of lay out the same.
:.., : Miss Nellie'8outhtate of Manchester, treated by F.:: .s-
; the state is,of full faros and effect: Sportsmen The committee appointed to purchase Eng:,writes from 86 Prince Arthur St., rt

win do well to remember this when a horse, wagon and harness for the poor Montreal,Can., as follows: :zsond. y: > tasvvWE

they are'killing birds which are protect farm having,asked for an extension of "Peruna hu made wonderful :: .

; ed by the)laws,of> the land. time,the same granted and they are change la my lNe.t has brought'me
: ; : -. hereby allowed until next meeting to re health and happiness.

The following from the Scientific American ."Since my seventeenth year I have

: is well worth remembering: If port..Mr.. Prevail is hereby instructed to had female complaint and irregularities.My .

r yon are afraid of lightning here is a very work under the superintendence of R A. general; health suffered, I had pains I
?&& rv'J"JSe in my back and lower limbs, my eyes
JT-Vt-* & ample eaft'iuard''to' remeri-ber" ., Simply Conkling( in the planting of the different were dim,and I became morose and un- 50uTlt ""

c; put on your gum shoes or rubbers and crops on the county poor farm and that reasonable. -?

..4 then stand up eo jour ,clothes will not Mr.Conkling be allowed such compensation "Mother sought, ,the advice of our fl'J

touch anything. Whether you are indoors for.euch services as may be agreed family physician, who prescribed for

k: ky oY out of doors you are perfectly upon by the board.. me, but. I grew no better

,aCe, for rubber is a 'non-conductor and .Ordered that J. P. Brown sheriff, act "/then read of Peruna and procured

yon are perfectly insulated. as game warden of the county, to date M bottle. That one bottle was worth
than all the doctor's medicine 1
from the expiration of the commissionnow
had taken previously. Catarrh
The people:of Japan are ,greatly incensed held by the game warden, T. A. '"I cannot express gratitude. Pe- : #

at the terms of the treaty. They Robinson, and that the pay of said J. P. runa has been a great blessing to me.- I and for :

believed that Japan would get an indemnity Brown as Game warden be twenty dollars Nellie South.

$ sufficient to practically pay her war per month. Miss Edna Moore, 46 Elm street Buffalo Catarrh 4!

: debt. Their disappointment at not getting Jas. Prevatt, superintendent of county ,N.Secretary East End Literary 1. Pe-ru-na

cf a cent of indemnity profound. poor farm.is hereby required'to keep a set Association, writes:

I There is a disposition'' to call on the of books of the incomes, aud expenses, of "I was a great sufferer from systemic

government to resign and there were incipient the poor farm. Ah'n.mates of the poor catarrh, was extremely nervous, could
not sleep tainted easily was very Irritable -
riots in Tokio and other towns on
farm will not be allowed tu leave the
had a confusion of the senses and
4 the receipt of the terms of the treaty.: MOOR -
premises without a written permit from
got up in the morning feeling more tired A6EtM Sr Burrsc 9
Without a leader, however it is hardly the superintendent in charge. than when I went to bed.

probable that thedistnrbance will amount The following accounts were approvedand
"/was very wretched, but upon taking
a, to much. warrants ordered to be drawn for the Peruna I began to Improve, and We have on file thousands of testimonials
A same this September 5th, 1905.1 after using the medicine four months like the ones given here. We
: i WIRELESS STATION. I felt like a new woman and was com can give our readers only a slight
COUNTY BEVEMTE-GEXEKAL FUSD. pletely cured"-*- .(1n1l Moore. :''>.: -> ; I" glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited
this date it is that the U.
By expected ,
v R. A. Conkling, county commissioner 12.80 The principal remedy which Dr. '' endorsements .we are constantly re -
S. wireless telegraph station at Jupiter W. R. Walker .. '"4.00 Hartman relies upon in curing catarrhal '' ceiying. No other physician in the

will be in operation. Coniin u ication J. R. Iiot. 8.40 diseases of women is Peruna. Hundreds Those wishing to become patients world has received such a volume of

$ will be established with vessels at sea dis- T. J. (',oekshutt V 4.80 of women sufferers find Peruna should address Dr. S. B. Hartman,I enthusiastic letters of thanks as Dr.
tant up to three hundred miles and will J. F. Wooten, ; ,tWO nousenoul necessity. Columbus. Ohio. | H&rtm.in: for Pwuna.I .
be a great aid to navigation and secure Titusville Elec. Light Co, lights'C. H. '2130J.

L. prompt aid to disabled vessels: off the P. Brown,jailor,____..___-___.___ 30.00J. t I .

' coast. A.mast 183 feet.in height is utilized P. Brown, waiting on commissioners 400 "RUNS LIKE A CLOCK"
I Jas..Pritchard& Son, mdse for jail.,__ ,10.66
to good radiation. Experimental
,secure J. P. Brown, janitor___....__._...____, 5.00J.
tests have already shown the pos. O. :Fries, measuring side tracks__;. 25.00L. Dads Acetylene Gas Generator.

4' sibility the system at Jupiter. Cape i K.'Myers, holding inquest!___:::_._ 4.00
R Cod station has been heard there sending L. K: Myers, draw'g county court jury 300

= the trans-Atlantic messages a dis- E. C. Advocate, blanks for Clks office, 11.50 : Feeds

tance of something over one thousand R. Bowler, ferryman____________:__ 5.00
t miles, and communication with St. Augustine D. L. Gaulden, salary pros attorney.. .33.33 :
is already established, a distanceof A. D. Penney, salary county judge__.. "25.00 I Lump

220 miles. W. S. Sorwood, registration officer___ 17.00A. I RpNcECl

1 .. -- A. Stewart, accountant ....__._.... 30.00A. NS
ARE YOU READY. A. Stewart, mak'g cert copies______ 1.80P. ( Carbide. '
J. Hall, work on clerk' office______ 5.00 PPLENRY
x'. People in the north are Beginning to John Henry, appor. tax redemption. 18.96 [rmr
tarn their eyes towards the gunny south. Red Cross Pharmacy med. prisoners.. 5.15B. Gas p

The next thing they will do will be to Wilson, med. attend prisoners__ 4.00 OF KOlfEY A BRUSH WITH SAVAGESis

i< look up a railway folder to see which E. L. Brady, mdse for jail..._.______ 8.80 is lo t by failure to insure. The thing to a novelty. The higher the civilizationthe
t route is the best., Then ,they will wonder Red Cross Pharmacy med.poor farm. 4 53 ask yourself is: "Can 1 afford to lose wy larger the> number of brushes in use. Yield
-L where shall! we 1:0? There are many J. R. Walker & Co mdse poor farm___ 15.85J. house or business" If the answer is yes, Jnduing by the demand here our customers -
find M. Osban, car. horse hire poor farm 5.00 have readied a high state of refine-
and if cannot
to ,they a DON'T INSURE.
i places go, :
ment. Every day we sell more and more Larger
place in Florida to suit them, they pickY ROAD FU: D. If the answer is no, then come and havens of these excellent
{ up a little leaflet that tells uf the btau- District No. 1- make you a policy at once. It is the
ties of California The people of the N. M. Fish, road work______._______ 4.50 only safe way to avoid the risk which TOOTH BATH BRUShES BRUSHES t Acetylene the light of the future. It
J. w..Osban, .._.....______ 25.00A. may ruin you. We represent the test (etc.) has past the experimental stage. Over
Golden state are not idle, and the first S. Wilson ....._....____ 5.00 and quickest settling companies in the Perhaps the fine quality has had something 1OQ.(()() generators in use in the United -;
know these sufferers from cold to des with it-jierhaps its the States. than
thing you F. H. Boye. 7.43 country. ; price. Cheaper coal gas electricity
Anyway, all purchasers are well pleased. i I or kerosene. Every
start to California. Town Titusville, pro. road tax '(04 levy 181.19 MORGAN & WALTON, generator guaranteed
RED CROSS to work satisfactory. Use for
PHARMACY heating,
The Gainesville Sun very aptly remarks F. C. L.&Supply (',0.. lumber bridge. 21.47 TnrsviLLE, FLORIDA. cooking and illumination.E. .
: that to avoid.this the people of Florida District No. 2- TITUSVILLE.

should get down to business There i is Rufus Thomas. road work____________ 12.50 BOBBINSGRAHAM W. AMSDEX, ORMOXD,
L. MOBLEY Agent for the East Coast
no reason why these people should not John Eberwein, ', .___________ 1:>.00 J. Circulars and price list on application.

all come to this state. Get out your fold. District No. 3- & I TITUSVILLE, FLA.. _L--

.r era that tell the truth about your town. Town Eau Gallic, pro.04 road tax levy 55.59 Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kal- THE
? If there are good hotels and boardinghouses Town Melbourne " 81.26 CO., sominir.g. Staining, Finishing and Paper.
... there say so. If board ran be ob- Town Cocoa, ': 129.45N. (Incorporated Paid up Capital 2500000.) Hanging at the most reasonable price : HASBROUCKMOTOR

tained at from, five to ten dollars per M. Fish, road work_____-________ 10.40 This company owns landsin consistent with good workmanship.

:r week, put it down in black and white, SPECIAL ROAD FUND. the,on Indian the St. Lncie River River Country -, Work anywhere on the East Coast .

but don't lie to the people and say that District No. 2- at New River and on Bis- Specially solicited.1 Let me know what STARTS EASIER RUNS STEADIER,
your rates are from two dollars a day up, N. M. Fish, road work.----------____ 75.83 cayne Bay. yon want and get my estimate on it. GIVES GREATER EFFICIENCY

when they are all "np"' and no' one is- GAME WARDEN FUND.T. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES Prompt attention given to all work. and uses LESS GASOLINE per horsepower

entertained for two dollars a,day, .A. Robinson, game warden____...:. 40.00 Send for land list. than any other engine made.

There are thousands of people in mod. FEEDING PKlSOXEiS FUND.J. OFFICES AT EAST COAST MEAT MARKETGo Commercial We continually sizes 8 to demonstrate 300 horse this.

erate circumstances who want to find a P. :Brown feeding prisoners____.... 204.20 TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. F. DUREN Agent Special Light High Speed sizes from power. r
warm climate in order to escape:the severe 20 to 250 horse
The board adjourned until the first power.
weather in the ,northern and east The Alpine Cottage
Monday in October at 8 /.I--
1905 a. w. Florida andS Benj. W. Jerome
ern slates. The railroad fare to Florida ,
0' and if the for Under the management of Mrs. Kate ,
is reasonable prices good A Remedy Without Peer. \
Myers assisted by F. A. Losley STATE AGENT,
board reasonable they will come here. WesternMeats
"I find Chamberlain's Stomach and \
\ They don't expect to get the best at the Liver Tablets more beneficial than any TITUSVILLE, FLA. FLORIDA. .

lowest price, but they want to find com other remedy I ever used for stomach
fortable rooms and wholesome food. Are trouble," says J. P. Klote of Edina Mo. Daily or Weekly Board. Also State Agent for
For any disorder of the stomach bilious
ready to give them these? If House Newly Furnished. HEW LOHDON
you BO, ness or constipation these Tablets are of all Kinds MOTOR COYPIET'STWOCYCLE
t ix let it be known in some manner M the without a peer. For sale by Red Cross Everything First Class.
people will soon be here. Pharmacy. MOTORS,
Location, Hopkins street, near Julia. TITUSVILLE 'LORIDA 31) 12 h. p. Jump spark up'to-date. '

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An order announcing the date and river steamers and' tngs. The sprayinghas The query now arises, Who sold the Incredible Brutality.

i; ITEMS OF NEWS place for the state encampment was' issued been stopped by the government. In liquor to these Indians? It would have been incredible brutality

Saturday. The second infantry will the course of ten or twenty years the It would not appear to be very difficultto ifChas. F. Lemberger, of Syracuse:, X.

i 'IN FAIR FLORIDA go into camp at Orlando on. October 5th, government may be induced to run a aSl'ertain'ho it is that is so flagrantly his Y.,suffering had not done son. the"My best boy he," could he says for,

while line from the Indian river the laThe '.
the first infantry and artillery pipe nearjlau breaking \\ "cut a fearful gash over his eye, so I ap-

!i carps will camp'at Lake. City, beginning Galie! and pump salt water-three or five Record says courts and the officers plied Bucklen's Arnica Salve, which i

:: Darts' Being Done Towards the Delopmeot October 16th. milesinto Lake Washington, the source have expressed themselves as being readyto quickly healed it and saved his eye." ;
Good for burns and
Dana who of the St. Johns. This might have the enforce the law; the spectacle affordedby ulcers too. Only 25c. .r
Curry, was recently so severely at Red Cross Pharmacy.
of the Peninsula bitten by a shark at Fort Pierce desiied effect in reducing the growth of the drunken Indians makes enforce-

l:: while trying to land the same, and who the hyacincth. The spraying, in which ment necessary and it should be done at Weekly Weather Report.U.a.DEPARTME.TOFAGRICULTURE. .

INDUSTRY & AGRICULTURE has been in the Railway Hospital at many thousands- of. dollars.,, were. wasted, once. !: WEATR :
wes the merest child's play. ER BUREAU. y
St. Augustine, is improving; very satis "
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";':f \ factorily. The calf and shin of the leg JUPITER, FLA., Sept. 12. 1905. a ,1

:: Paragraphs that wm Be Eagerly Sought were badly lacerated and about one hun- LIQUOR FORBIDDEN' TO INDIANAt SUMMARY FOR AUGUST BY REV. JAS. II. Comparative statement of temperatures
*" WHITE. U. S. WEATHER OBSERVER. and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday.
: For by All Subscribers dred stitches were necessary.An its last session the legislature of 1905 1904 r
expert accountant has reportedto Florida passed a law, chapter 5443; pro- Highest temperature on 7 days 89.0. DATE. MAX. M.IN. MAX. MIN. ;
lowest on 2 days 72.0 Sept. 6. 8S 77 88 79 I
temperature ..
':& The 'postofficetu ilwn.i is to have a the board of county commissioners of hibiting the sale or the giving to Indiansany .. 7. &8 77 *6 72 -
mIf- Mean for the month 81.1 kh't
.fortyjfoot addition to provide fur a large Hamilton county that I. J. McCall, ex- spirituous or malt'liquors or any ; average mean 8. 88 76 81 72
extract bitters which will for 24 years,81.2;; highest mean for 24 years 9. 89 76 86 72
compound, or
'l'.tf.nCrea116 in business.. circuit court clerk of that county, is shortin II 10. So 73 85 73:
1900, 83.8 lowest for 24 1892
i ; mean ,
"' i intoxication.The years II
'Thirteen million of dollar in naval'stores the sum; of $2,556.09 of the taxpayers 11. 85 76 86 74 ;!
1::: penalty for the violation of the law 12. 86 73 8IJ 73
This is the who 77.9.Rainfall
same man ran
products wne money. Total rainfall for the week. 1.35 in.
;1 in inches 5.54 for 28
is a fine of not less than $1,000 or imprisonment ; average f
in the primaries about 18 months ago for Departure rainfall for the week minus O.Sti
rt; Florfdithe past j ar. of the the for a term not exceeding one years, :>.-1-1; greatest for 28 years 1880,. inches. 4
comptroller state against -
.. A beach railroad i is. to- I* built from incumbent, Hon. A. C. Cropm. present year, or both fine and imprisonment.The 15.17; least for 28 years 1900, 0.28. 0.22 Departure inches. rainfall since Jan. 1st, 1905 plus

ay Mayport, the month of the St. Johns act was approved by the governor Prevailing direction of wind, southeast. H. P. HARDIN

river, to St. Angtvtine. Capt. M. Johnson has some funny May 24 and went into effect July 24. Number of clear days, 9; number of Official in Charge. a .

'ji r-0",' .-.- The. tax rate that, will he required to experiences to relate in his work of taking For several days a band of Seminole fair days, 13; number of cloudy days, 9, -- .

;: .be paid by the residents of the new the census of Lee county. "Wherewere Indians have been in the city of Miami. number of days with rain, 16. Number

: .county of St. Lucie is 22 mills. you born?" he inquired" of one old And in almost every visit they have of days with thunder, 26. If a Cow gaveButter -
: lady. "In Florida was the reply. .
Island Home Merritts Island Fla.
ti the' on the locomotives made to that city many of them have ,
Many of engineers "
i "Where were your parents born?
been in a beastly state of intoxicationand
Florida East Railway
of the "
"Don't know. "Were they born in
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their bottles of liquor have been seen in IT IS WILKES-BARRE NOW. .
have:adopted goggles to protect "
Florida? "No, replied the old lady,

,.g.' .eye... *from dust, cinders and the glare. "I think one was born at Nocatee and I their possesion, says the Record. Name of P ...TlTa.l. City Chanced t, Jf

1'f1! The Daily Reporter, of Orlando, w IIii the other at Orlando."-Fort Meyers to Please Citlsena. mankind would have to l ; f

'make'its appearance about October 1st. Press. President Roosevelt has ordered that invent milk. Milk Is Nature's "

S. R. Hudson, has secured C. hereafter the name of the city of $
# owner, The British lighthouse tender, the Raven emulsion-butter
. .V E. Howard, of Orlando, as editor-in- C. 0. Burrows into Miami Wilkesbarre shall be spelled "Wilkes-
editor. AyefsAyer's Barre," with a hyphen and a capital put in shape for diges- 4
. ): chief, and Josiah. Ferris city last week after a week of hard experience. B, says a special dispatch to the New tion. Cod liver oil is extremely
'f Elkville is the new name adopted for She left Nassau last Wednesdayfor I York Herald. tt i

'; ,Middleton, situated on the Florida East Sol Key, but lost her bearings and "'benIr.. Roosevelt was at Wilkes nourishing, but t

- 'Coast Railway, eight miles south of St. floated about until next morning when Cherry Pectoral barre on Aug. 10 Mayor Klrkendall ', it has to be emulsified J .

.An atine. It is a settlement that bids she sighted a Mallory line steamer which quiets tickling throats, hacking I and Bishop' Hoban told him residents before we can digest it.

>fair become Hasting's rival as a potatoiaising sent her into Miami, where her crew arrived coughs pain in the lungs. of the city of objected the to an arbitrary decIsIon .

section.AH famished and almost dying from It relieves 'Congestion sub- postofflce departmentmade Scott's '
some years ago to spell It with- !
the work that has been done at thirst as the vessel's supplies were com- out a hyphen and with a small B-

* Panama does not seem to have advanced pletely exhausted. CherryPectoral "Wilkesbarre." He Inquired about the '.?st 1

the: canal very much. But it has recon- Hereafter no attendants from the State city's history, and, learning It had combines the best oil .J
- .
%il Ulotof people to living in the Insane Asylum at Chattahoochee will been named after Colonel Wilkes and with the valuable hypo- .

United States as soon as they could get be sent to points in the state to secure Colonel Barre, he promised to have phosphites so that it is
the official spelling changed to the &
back here. patients for that institution. Superintendent dues inflammation. It heals original form. easy to digest and does j -

, The county commissioners. of Osceola Whitner said that he had been strengthens. Your doctor will Mayor Klrkendall received a letter far more good than the JH

: for sufficientevidence instructed by the board of commissionersof explain this to you. He knowsall from the 1 M
(k.will,piy,a $500 reward \ president recently announcing oil alone could. That .*
: convict, any one of the nefar- the state institution not to send for about this cough medicine. ,, that he had ordered the postofflce makes Scott's Emulsion

of fence cutting on the cat- patients as it is the duty of the sheriff of '"We bare'.,ed'"yer', Cherry Pectoral 1 department to make the change. Q
practice our family for IS for throat and the most
lung strengthening ,
Serang This bas become a serious each county to deliver the patients of the trouble, and we think ne medicine equals n>
', *.' asylum at the expense of the county MKS. A. roMiKOT.Appleton.Miau.J.CATKRCO.. : Cared of Lame Back After 15 Tears of nourishing food medicine ,
et'evil in Osceola county. Ire.lOc SUS._ .. Swrerln '
; from which they are committed. Here- All 41ru t.. Lowell. Max. in the world.
Miners .Transpor.tottonCa for with lame back
?rT'be Merchants and "I had been troubled
,... it has been the custom of the
tofore asylum nlete t'
and I found
of Baltimore, one of the big for fifteen years, a corn Send for free sample.
ft is to to send attendants to, various points Weak Throats recovery in the use of Chamberlain's Pain
. :,: Eooartlrlee eteamship end in the state for patients Balm. says John G.'BUher, Gillam, Ind. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists -
.. "i iotO'laCUoD'iUe. and to this This liniment is also without an equalfor
O9-415 Pearl
opote Street
; ..j *onnnnn, in river The water hyacinth are again causing Am's Pale greatly aid recovery. sprains and bruises. It is for sale by New York e

L lita reCeDtlt ID 1I1cili&lee. a great deal of annoyance to St. Johns Purely, vefetabto, gently Itxatrve Red Cross Pharmacy. 50c. and 100. All druggist +

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-educating of .t MAN. direct from mills user.
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-. *')j ...departments" rn\American_ :Work-. To,,Be. &. Xelplen'.CrUtetre;-'-- : ... '5 -Depeadeft -r Good letonkheallth."K T.r Sicken.Addrees Weaken*tot fret or umple.Gripe;and 10 tS book and All other.Paint makers

shops, fields'and mines. Thejrecent ao4ddent -) 433 y -
;::,ifI'f Mechanical Contrivances.The .
In the Ellsworth:' colliery In on Start*ROM*CoBpuqr Chicago or New York. depend on dealers for the'salc of their paints.
:ine bantcaiPerlt11s: difficulty
1J1t'f' .'Washington county,:'Pa.,'which result- which-has'not'escaped the'attention of KEEP ,YOUR BLOOD CLEAN That means one heavy expense and one profit that .

: i? rte -ed 'In the. death .of; MasugoriNagata, the,present':parliament,/says ,Charles I we cut out of our business.

i cut short the career. of:one.of.themikado'a ; Edward Jernlngham m"London'"TrUth.IlpeClal' .
} ,, : MONUMENT TO A HORSE. We sell direct to the man that uses paint. _
& energetic edocators, :The commlsslonVhich was recently -
.-f'I: ;; most: ; says ..
You could
do well
"' ;J) Into the may'think you can as : as we
4 the Labor Wo Id..Tbe manwentF :
n" :
young Massive Granite Figure In Memory of
1 .
; zf with a view of acquiring- a practical .and tl following evidence of,one oftheitaessesexamined John H..Carroll, who removed to.Gor- paint that you thought well of direct from the manu-

' i d knowledge< of coal mining .and,Intended Interest: :: *"Is of especial ham, Me., 'several years ago and built facturer. But you would make a mistake. ,g

returning to'his"native land 'within a handsome residence, is theoply living
. '
T Can you write? No; I.use a typewriter.Can member of one of Portland's dIs- The manufacturer might take your money and sell
Instruct his '
1t;"< : two to, countrymen
years ,
} :
? 'No I phonograph.
-, ; in the American.methods of extractingcoal Can you you sing play any; musical use.a Instrument tinguished families says the Portland you the paint, but he would take care to charge you as

1f. and ores from :native mineral',de No; I use'the pianola. Me.) Express., In the center of a triangular much for the paint as if you bought it from a dealer. He
Can you sew? No; I use a. sewing ma piece of land opposite Mr. Car' .
; :posits.. chine. roll's house there has recently been would put on that extra profit, ta "protect ,the dealer".
Xt, Eleven sons of ,Nippon are now employed :
,f Can you draw? No; I use a kodak.
mina! erected a monument that has attracted We have no salesmen or to increase the cost
1 ; ; at the 'Ellsworth and will i. Can you. walk? No; I-use a bicycle, a agents
' /( r .remain despite,the fact that their leader motor car, a tram car or'a train. much attention., A massive block of of our paintsto the consumer. '
Can you see? No; I use glasses. granite twelve feet in length forms the
.-1 jf.!. ,: ;,' and head Instructor has met misfortune ,Can you hearT No; I use a trumpet base upon which rests a handsome We quote to the man that uses the paint the lowest
.: -" and his bOdy:.bas been. ,reduced to Can you digest No; I use digestives.Can .

.:.:';....I'..,' -ashes ,and sent back home to'be scat. you sleep? No; I use narcotics. upper stone one,side of which bears and best price, reserving no margin to protect agents. "
: Can you 'form an Independent political, these words: "A lovIng and faithful
h tered among;.rose'beds that overlook We freight.We .
.literary artistic or ordinary'opInion? friend, Prince." On the other side is pay
j.;,: the China _sea. The remaining No;'I belong,to an "organized", political the full of horse. gladly advise our customers about paints. '
figure a
Zfi','! Japanese miners went to Ellsworth.asii party and take my opinions In this direction 1
students -and will pursue their practical from,the wire, pullers. As regards Prince had been owned by his mas- Write for sample cards and paint advice, and blanks
literature and art I receive impressions ter eighteen. and the friendship
- ;" studies. These young' men form of those matters from the reviewsIn between them'was deep and sincere. showing how to measure houses to show the quantity of .

?1&' only;one (the many' fsolated coloniesof the newspapers and In ordinary cIr- John Heald of Portland sold Prince to paint required. ?
' 7f.; Japanese who are In'' America on I cumstances I .follow general public opin .
k& : a similar errands. ion. Mr. Carroll' when he was six years old, Ask any first class business house or any bank in New Orleans or -t
, Can you, breathe? No; I use'artltlc1a1 and at ,first he was so high spirited t .
::; In the lead and copper mines of the respiration. the mercantile agencies if we are responsible. r--
that he was almost unmanageable, and
.j. ;west. In the'golden harvest fields of the
From ,these answers It would appear his new master feared that be would
1' .prairie states and on the cattle ranches R. McWilliams Limited. s
the Immediate future
, ".' I that the man of not be able to keep him. Mr. Heald ,
i : : : of ,Texas and throughout the Rocky I '
;;:( '
will be
". entirely dependent upon me- urged him to give the handsome crea-
'': : -' mountains are little brown men 'wboJ' chanical contrivances, organizations ,, ,Store and Offices, 342 Camp Street. '#
ture a longer trial. Kindness was the .
( Are the trades and occupations Factories South Front Street. t t
studying and medical resources; that he will on- key that won the heart of Prince, and ,. 1135,1137,1139,1141

,- '. by which the western people ly 'have emerged from one form of Mr. Carroll soon found that by gentle. New Orleans, - Louisiana, i

i., ; 4" I Stave attained" supremacy In the mining slavery after generations of strugglingto treatment he could do anything with ESTABLISHED 1893. The oldest paint manufacturing house in con.
s;:_ world and In agriculture. enter Into another which Is more !
the noble beast. Prince knew his mas
f;'. The Japanese men' arrived at Ells- tinnous successful operation under one management, south of Louisville
absolute. Take: from 'the man .
away ter's footstep, and when be heard him I I
.t; worth about a year ago after spending of, 2005 his typewriter phonograph, approach the stable he would whinnyand I or St. Louis. ,

,;": a short time touring the country.' .They pianola kodak, bicycle, motor car, stamp with-Joy.Abacest.. -
were looking for an opportunity tot
train, sewing machine spectacles, digestives .

. _.. q study mining along the lines best narcotics and newspapers, and .

lii: adapted to developing the coal mines he will be an utterly helpless creature. Abscesses, with few exception, are indicative tFlorida

of the far east In Mongolia the system of constipation or debility W.

,;: -t ot sinking shafts Is unknown and for : Cause or Insomnia. H. Harrison, Cleveland, Miss., writes

. ; .this reason ,there are ,thousands ot'' Indigestion nearly always disturbs the Aug. 15, 1902: "I want to s=iy a word of East Coast Railway. 1

t{- --square miles of rich fuel territory sleep more or lees, and is often the cause praise for BallardV Suow Liniment. I

i' ; which has 'never been- developed. Ja of insomnia. Many cases have been stepped on a nail, which caused the cords I

,'... pan's ambitions necessitate her looking permanently cured by Chamberlain's in my,leg to contract and an abscess to. 'focal Time Card No. 62. In Effect 17 Ifla. t
for fuel, consequently she will be Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale by rise in my knee, and the doctor told me April _

r Red Cross Pharmacy. that I would have a stiff I leg, eo one day
.obliged to open up,the latent fields of SOUTK40UND-READ; DOWN. NORTH-BOUID-UA9 UF.Buffet .
I went to J. F. Lord's drag store (who is

x S .. :.Manchuria. To glean the mineral now in Denver, Colo ). He recommended I,

-Wealth of north China American meth- Lincoln' Birthplace Sold. a bottle of Snow Liniment. I cot a MO. 89'.0. 29Dally. STATIONS No.78. KS.M
ods of mining must be resorted to, and The farm where Abraham Lincolnwas 50c size, and it cured my lez. It is the earl !all Dill,.
for ,this reason the Japanese government born which is near the little vil- best liniment in the world." Sold by 1

; sent her young men to Ellsworth lage of Hodgeville, Ky., was recentlysold Red Crops Pharmacy and Eau Gallie Pharmacy 6 loop 07 p 940ft 94Sa Lv" __.______So'.JarbonTUle.1r. Jaakeonrtlle...?: ? Lv 700p6S2p 843ftT40ft SMft .

k to learn the occidental system of,mln- for $3,000, much less than was ex Eau Gallic, Fla. 615p663p 10 55 aj, .... _.__.st. Art;tustlne .."' ... 560p i
11 31 a .___ 4 65 8 49ft i
It. Collier Hastlnrs.- p
The purchaser J.
\ log by actual experience with the pick pected. was, I 110 p 1160 a I .. ___.Faat PaJatU..,_ 4 34 < 28 a 1
' of New York. He will get
posses- ;
.and shovel and iron
blasting sion in December. Mr. Collier has not f35ii2'i51; Ar ..._,?._P'Ilatk& ---- GY 410p600p eooftUft
'- When a solitary Japanese wandered CASTORIAPor 00 64 ip1125a!;Lr-Palatka.,__._ Ar sOt
what'he. will do with It ..
into the town of Ellsworth about yet decided --
seven and it probably was bought as an In- 823p210p 2 00 p.tr>>!' ..._._._..San M iteo-..-,.- LT 210 P CO
Ca# .- months ago and asked for employment Infanta and Children. 800aLf, ...__."._..S in Mateo....__ Ar Slip 'iW- C
His arrival did not excite and vestment. The farm comprises 110 ... I
suspicion, acres, and the price was not much The Kind You Hare Always Bought 7 54 p 12 32 p! Lv _?__.___.Nl"tIg"_...__..._ Lv 357p 550ft6S
. :.- lie was put ,to work. About three 99and 803p'Ii47p! ______BUIl1."Us___ .. 344p a '.
.months ago his comrades turned more than the land Is worth for agri- 810 p 12 55 pi .. _._.__-Dujx.nt__.?___ 3 sip 529ft459ft t. 0 l
up. cultural M 41 p 1 21 p! '. ..... ..... Ormud ... '. 310 P i
-- -
ff .AU were put to work, and they showed purposes. : mfrkH 8 53 p 139p .., ?------D ij t ni...-.-.- .. 3 00 P 447ft *0 ;;
........... 438ft415ft
* .a natural aptitude for the work,,and In 9U4p925p p; Port Orange --- 250p to
Strikes Bidden Rocks. 215 I' Ar _.___ Maw Smyrna .._._ 330p
4t short time they became expert attheir I -- ._ 3,
task. They showed superior Intelligence When your ship of health strikes the 10--I 21 a 3 44 PI Ar --Lake Helen .........? ... LT 1145p eiop564p 0
hidden rocks 'of consumption, Trains 10 at a 35Spi __...._Oiangn Ctly..._._. 123.ip n
.... to the average miner and are pneumonia 10 15 a 4 00 p .......Orange City Jun<:tlon.?,_. 12 SOp 64ip405ft
etc., are lost, if don't get
yon von onTrains --- --
regarded as vastly superior In their help from Dr. King's New Discovery for Chamberlain'sCOLIC. 9 3. plOOOp 225p Ly -.... New Smyrna ?.,.?,-. LT 20 P i
1 'Workmanship when compared with the Consumption. J. W. McKinnon, of Tal- 2 Sip --.--OakIini..MM ?.._. :: 1 Sip 3 3'ft300ft j .

;, ; { 'Italians and Hungarians who are employed ladejra Springs, Ala., writes: "I had been -10 II! P--330 P Ar ..._..._._THusvllle-f ?.__. _1 Up (A I f

at the Ellsworth mines by the very ill with pneumonia, (under the care CHOLERA AND 900a ....-... Ar..*.,__.???_San ">ril.Sanford.-.-....-Lv 10 CO a 10 00 ft| C
{ .hundreds. of two doctors, but was getting no better Diarrhea Carson .....---,1000 a LT _____.._?- .. _..... Ar _._ 900ft :: f'

i ;# The oriental miners divided into two when I began to take Dr. Kin:! New'. RemedyA -1035p-SSOp Lv _...___ Tltll vlllo.) ..._...-Lv; 115p"' 300...) :

squads. Four took board with an Eng- Discovery. The first dose gave relief, '11 IX |I' 4 09 p .. ?.?_.......?.....Gs.ocklatge-"na..?.._..??_" .. Il2, 34 p 213" t
for .1221 f3 ... .. __ .. 11230). 9 Uft
and bottle cured cure -- I
me. PI. -
lish speaking family In a house In the one doses of this remedy will 11 Mi 4 45 p454P l : _____Eau Gal le._..... -- ill 58 a4H 14tft134ft .
--company town designated as "house sore throat bronchitis, coughs and colds. Invariably cure an ordinary. attack 1205.1 .____.Ml'lbollrne_ --- :: 111 = 1.
r Guaranteed at Red Cross Pharmacy, price: USln 531 ___--,-.* ftDfl 8 tlflil_.._. .... I I OiftlOlift 1251"
diarrhea. t&
No. 19, H row" -The others took ae 5Oc. and $1 00. Trial bottle free. of 1 39! a 6 29 PI" ..?_........Ht. Lucia.._.._ :n 00 m @
house of their own at No. 75 of.the It has been used in nine epidemics 155 a ,:>> ___--Furt Flerce._.___ .. ID (15 a llfiSpllttp '
of dysentery with perfect 2 18 n 7 t-8 __._.___Tibals___.__..._ 930ft926ft ,
n. ,f same row. They have their own native For Over Sixty Tears.'Mrs. 2 23 a 712p, ---.---.Eden .. lllsp :
? ? -
? --
cook and keep bachelor'quarters In lib- success.It 2 2Sa 7 lip728p ....._......_._J.'n86D....___._ 9 :!
Winslows' Soothing Syrup has can always be dependedupon 2 39 a ,, .. _.__...__._8tuart_.___ 9 l&1104.9a :
eral fashion. been used for over sixty years by uilhonsof even in the more severe 304a 756p -...?__ Hobo Sound.?_>.-. .. 842ftH2la 103Sp I
The ambitions of the Japanese, their mothers for their children while teething attacks of colio and cholera BuffetSleeping 327a814pi" ....._........West Jupiter......-.._ 10 191 I'j
cramp 4 01 a432a 8 1 .....?..?West Palm Beach..._. 7 '8U
4j r_ diligent attention to study and the regularity with perfect success., It soothes the morbus.It I 918 PI ..-.......-Boynton ...-..--.. 720ft 918 P 'I '-
f of their habits place them m child, softens the gum, allays all pain, is equally successful for Buffet 4 42 a, 928p!; ....- ..---Del ray..........._._- .. 7 10 a61fta 9 up. ,
wind colic and is the best remedyfor diarrhea and cholera 6 37 a W 21 p1 '__._?_hFt.L'\lltl.'rtlale....__... 8 x
striking contrast with their fellow min cures summer Ii 46 a 10 301tj!| ..?..-.-..... Danta-.....?. .. 610 a 806p754p
ers from central Europe. The Japanese diarrhoea. It will relieye the poor infantum in children, and is the 658a,1042pj: ". _.?____Hallftndale?...?_?_?.?_ 5 58 n
t : littleafierer immediately. Sold by drug means of saving the lives of many 6 21 a 11 07 pI. ...._...?. Lemon City _._M_ .' 5 34 a 'I 29 P
s hold aloof from the "dagoes" andhhunkles" gists in every part of the world. Twenty- children each year. 6 35 a 1113 p.Ar .._ _._Miami...?_....__ LT 5 23 a 120 P 4
t and behave In the most dignified five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for When reduced with water and -Dally -I- ,

gr manner toward the 'officials cf "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup" and sweetened it is pleasant to take. Ex. I HOMESTEAD EXTENSION Dally Ki.

> the company. They have no Saturday t1ke DO '!'rk'nd. Every man of a family should Sun. Sun.

,! .night sprees, no holidays and no'festive keep this remedy in his home. -C O; .i1,.-...._.._ Lv ...- ..-_..._Miami. ..__...._. Ar -...._ -
; gatherings In the coal company's tap- Buy it now. It may save life. 8 uO a'' .......... Ar -- .._. ?..llomeetea.__._. Lv ....._ 500p94Sp

room. They eat plain food, and their AN OLD ADAGE PRICE, 25c. LARGE SIZE :50c. I i

bills at the grocery and meat shop are ".. 23Oalli "Jo. 21 I'O. 19 No. 17 No.! IS 'No. 2O! No. U'... II .
p SAYS... Sunday Sunday Sunday Dally MAYPORT BRANCH. 10. 18 .
exceedingly low.Nevertheless SuIl4aJ SIIw
EiSuneoop Only Only. I I Only. Ex Sun Dally
Daily.lOaty. Oily ElICa E

the orientals- not ".A.light purse Is a heavy curse" 50 YEARS' 645 I' 2 00 p! 9 30 a! 9 00 a Lv _Jacbonvlll..._ Ar
; ;stick up for their native customs. They Sickness makes a light purse. EXPERIENCETRADE S e 08 P 6 64 P 2 08 pi 9 33 a 9 08 a Ar __So. Jacksonville_ Lv 8 830al200n 6 ap 616 P .
use the knife and fork in eating, and I40p '1:1'P 2 40 p 1010 a' 9 39 a .....Pablo Beach..._ ,. S87p 607 P
The LIVER is the seat of nine 4 45 P 129 P 2 451' 10 15 a1 9 44 a" _..Atlantic B dclu._ 5 tap 4 u p
i 7 45
y those who live at the boarding house loop 145p :SOOplOSOalOOOa. ...--Mayport__._ A U Uft ( OOp 435p
4k ,show a preference for American tenths of all cUseue.Tutt'sPills. Maliooft 445

dishes. The little white cottage on the PESINSDUB AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSBIP I
: ."hill occupied as the miners say, as tbe'Japanese AT lUlL
1 hotel," is quaint In the curious

combination of oriental manners MARKS pose Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. 4: 0. S. S. Compwy For

.ttt. with American furniture. It, seems DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
rather odd at first glance to see Shlmo- AND KEY WEST.
Anyone lending s sketch and description may
b la the cook, sitting crosslegged on the go to the root of the whole mat quickly ascertain: our opinion an
Invention is probably pitenubla. Commnnics.Uon
floor and bulling peas in a dish on a ter safely *strictly confidential. Handbook on Patent show the tlm61 at
thoroughly, quickly
:f, chair at his side. eat free. Oldest agency for lecurtngwHenu.Patents from aevm al aatl ns. but their arrival pi dew may beUeIte4 to ftrtv..... 4eput ,
Neither is It
surprising al the&1
and restore the,action of the Cbtu h lathereceive nor is this Company beheld .t&&ed """' '-4 .
to see all manner of things i : poUlblotorUJ'c1a1aJlor&DJcoueq1leDCU&I1a2q ,q ...
LIVER to normal condition. ,
piled on the bedstead while the bedding Scientific Jllltrkan.

Is spread on,the matting. Give: tone to the system and Effective June 3rd, 1905, the schedule figures for the Mayport branch and Homestead
A lIaudlomelnlu ,. shown table No.
trated weekl fontert circulation extension now in 62 will be changed, additional
,-f Nagata was the only member of the solid of any.cientlflo JoonuU. ,Term,13 ayear service between Jacksonville and Mayport and the service traIns being pat Into
flesh to the body. between
; four month,tJ.'gold bJ'.U newidealen. Miami and HOmea&ead
colony who. :could speak'English.! flu being reduced to one tra.l.n.a day: each way, leaving Miami 8 a. m. and
I ently. -The others have but"a smatter- Take No' Substitute. MUNN SCo.New York Homestead 1.00 p m. arriving Miami 2:30 p. m. For correct achedu1e lee returning leave

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..., ,.,r-J-"i': ;I.d;' f -j.-! A-' .the;land as the editor of 8t Nicholasand J"'j:" -of the American: exports IMAMS ( HILDKFA JxPronlotesDigesfionflleerF I

i1itI t"! sf.rvl the writer-. of sensible, juvenile.stories. ;t"+:
thii't during the past flscal year, the Manu
-... ? =flint, ,annual camp meet-, .' died at Ontarl ;/.Park. N. T,, : 'facturers' 'Record shows 'that '41 -
: '>Iflt oean.(}!"q '; fciJ.i resulted inriSrr recently; ,She per
r-Jo wife sixty-seven
years'i cent of the :
: : totaloriginated directly or andResLContains neither 'l I
;.rlt> miolatera$b liln.g .service, in 'which old., Her moat:: famous" ,stories, were; indirectly from the south. The total ness nor Mineral. of i
: ;,65 masiclans'and "Hans Brlnker" Opnim.Morpuine
12,000 and "Donald and i
<* e value of our exports was 1491744695. t st
ttDera'tooltatt..a., ., ,At '.one. ..timewere Dorothy. The Increase In value ore the NOT NARC OTIC.
-' fc preced-
<'iiR< # ", .;;JI1....'-t" '" ,.. ',speakmgj1at. Adolphe'William Bouguereau; the"fa ing year was 565565678.. More Cotton .._ .o. I ;
a4fhe singing o1,"}'m SoGl cf' mous'French painterdled'
: # -- _, ? at theiage,
and. less wheat were sent abroad. 'ab-sGfi72ZPllm11
: S IMF zli!li'VeuetBbJe': ; negro.7 evangelist of eighty, at his home In.Paris;Prance-, ..iI' ". -

-'l4ada: ;6mithtcatieed air outburst- He was president of thc Boclety. fFrench.Artists. j 7J- '. ,-

.if';;jttthusiasm:bordering; on,hysteric' ,> -4If. t EDUCATIONAL I _. :
.. 1 In
Satl '
Ie'.Alittace't3wcide; Decre.. -. it'

"Appears i that. in', Issuing )is; t .COMMERCIALLawson t Vacant,Lot Crops Valuable. 8 ra/i +rMdiri. .

: .ep Uqr4 i J tlji\ ember's' rot 4h&. ,' Philadelphia; public school gardens, :
fjhurch_of.ZIou' must hare his written which have been conducted this season' .UseFor 1

eetI3rtleit to( marry;;"First Apos- } PlaniCopper ool..la ., on the vacant ''lots of the city, have for : '
A Remedy -
:?(Y j;tJ.Q"DowIe :a led&'eoug'at to:direct;the: Thomas. a widely W. Lawson publishedadvertigem annbnnced; tt:;ithe' t flourished under the parent cultivationof perfect, Sour Stoioach.Diairhoea, '

A -ratejli,the.dty'.. Hereafter every. ; price 'or'eo:> er'was'goingto break more than 2,000 boys and girls, so VVonns.Convulsionsrcverish- ,
..: !!: .married<< in Zion. is expected f that not'only have numerous unsightlylots OverThirty T'
: and Loss SLEEP.
*"-i r '* suddenly to a low figure and thatk ail ness OF
r-Q child : been made attractive but at least
je one .. each pear; .. -
"r, Ktv '- copper. .stocks. might bV ?to -
KV. v expected 859 poor families have been aided in
i n Oefina. New Thought slump when the break:'came; fcigiye facsimile Signature of t
; the struggle for existence.. It is now, .
:Bey;)I. Heber Newton, the dis- warning that he.
,fiT '','|Episcopalian liberal,.in con'f' profit at, the,eXpense,of.stock'gamplersby raised on these. 242 acres of NEW YORK. '

"- aji .er11a.. of" ; articles- for, Mind. forming.a $10,000,000' pool'for the school garden land will exceed $50,000.All .
.t;,'W. : .S"'f :+;;" on the significance purpose of selling copper and smeltingstocks. this Is;aside from the educational '! \

c *' of the new ., Of'this, :$6OOOOOOiwoWd be value. of the work itself to the little 35 IJH

;;, .- thought; 'movement reserved for: hlmself
,,;jJj' i. says that; was offered to the public; the'pobl to. :
.",21: Chicago University' $6,000,000.
: T according to the end on or before Jan. 1, 1906, This EXACT COPTOTWRAPPEB.
a announcement was President Harper, of the Universityof I
? new thought *greeted t with" derision / : .
Chicago announced that $6.000,000 THE CtVTAWB COMPANY NC'JI TOKK CITY.
Jesus is seen toE py'the big.Wall.atreetflnanciers: :
: 't' be "the Christ! who ,say tha\never before Has_ refined for the construction of new buildingswas -' -- S41
J .. available but he declined to
i' say'
--c $,' God" and "the :opper'beea:;so gltlmately fifcrong as

..it, ., Idea' of, man in, It; Is todaywhetpa therelIsno3 surplusand whether. it had been contributed by -

w-,,,,' '., God becomes" the' po spot copper'to be'bad for any Mr. Rockefeller or by othe1'8.Good :
.'J- ,. 'Ideal of man in ?rice. Copper deliverable next MarchIs Teacheni'Scarce. Do You Want to Know All About the '

1tf;..- [ selling at' 16 cents pound* Reports coming from' nearly
.<-', men. He adds ( per every
'If{: 'that !:What' the For"a New South Amerteae, PorL part of central' New York and other \j

'-l r / fathers of. the The port of Buenos Ayres. in 'South eastern states indicate an 'approaching EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?,
in the supply of capable
;: Y 'yllrr. church confirmed' America, being too shallow to admit shortage ,

... a concerning Jesus Che large,ocean steamers, 'a concession schoolteachers up to the present stand-

: Rev.RHeber Newton. "the- sons dare_ has,been secured by Arturo Castanafor ard of qualifications at the relativelylow Especially regarding Fruit Growing,Trucking and
not affirm- con-- 'the ,construction of anew' port In' rate of wages paid. It is expectedthat General Farming? If so,.subscribe for the,.........

.. ,cerning 'the human nature' In which the.bay of ,Samborombone, fifty miles this' situation may result in closing

Jesus came;" hence.the new thought is toward the, Atlantic, along the river many of the' rural schools or In the FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.

..fEe: :finding 'of'the: Christ:within our Plate. The scheme involves the expenditure consolidation of districts that have' -

elve ."' of about'' $40,000,000 most long been operated independently. PRICE 25 CENTS PER ANNUM

!; Mrs:, Mackay Angers Catholics. of which has been subscribed in Paris. Beautiful ISSUED ONCE A MONTH. SAMPLE COPY FREE.

=k.ibIrL, Clarence Mackay, who recently The contract is said to have bee let Women. ADDRESS
\ firm Plump cheeks flushed with the soft .
to a Manchester (England) for ,
waVelected' .to the' Roslyn (N. Y.) school constructing the port and other, com- glow of health and a pure complexion E. Y. BLACKMAN, Editor, MIAMI, FLORIDA.
% boards'in refusing subscribe to the toll
make women beautiful. Take a small
formed to build
panies are being
/rtDIul:/'for a new parochial school inBrooklyntoot dose of Herbine after each meal; it will (

;.a: ., ; occasion. to sad that canals railways and warehouses.: prevent constipation and help digest John Stetson
; disapproved*pf all schools of, the Boycott Paralyzes Flour Trade. what yon have eaten. Mrs.Vm.. M, UniversityDE

.' xr,,.:.&___ jaanist faith, and__ k considered them'a A Seattle milling company has word Strond, Midlothian, Tex., writes, May 31,
.( grave menace1' 'H to our' country.; ThisVbrotight from Hongkong, China that' the boy- 1901: '"We have used Herbine in our LAND, FLA
,$ Father cott of American goods has completely family for eight years, and found it the '
a"sharp reply from lest! medicine we ever used for constipation Affiliated With The of
University Chicago
paralyze<< the flour trade between Pa-
=} :uhlgg of #Sf(' ohn's'church, f: and'that bilious fever and malaria. Sold by .
Which the school 'In question ,is to, be iclfic ports'and China no sales Red Cross and Eau Gallie
T Pharmacy COLLEGE OF LIBERAL \RTS-The standards are those of the University of Chicago.
1'.;<;condu ted. He satd'that-'to the'Cath-; o ,;ani Importance have been made Pharmacy, Eau Gallie, Fla. JAn St tsol1'S graduates receive their degrees: from both Stetson an4 Chicago.

s .frollc "schools, the children were taught since July 18 while orders for Sep- COLLEGE OF LA\Graduates of this College are admitted to practice law in Florida .

'jff the onlrnarycourtesies.of life,and.that; tember. have been' canceled.- without examination. n
Electric Line In Japan.
I.tthe of, the word "Romanist" was 'Big''ulp Forest:Sales. COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY-Mechanical, Civil Electrical Engineering and Manna
use IAn{ electric railroad has been opened
to Fine building, costly
Training courses leading degrees. new equipment.
*bad form. Mra..Mackay's .*husband*- Is' ,\. Catholic' ;institution. of Quebec between the Japanese cities of Kobe COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banting in all its branches. Book-keeping by best methods.
the baa
known sold 300
f1 ;.a.P thOUc.- She la not. and Osaka. The distance is nineteen Elective courses oiled in other Departments. Large FacuHy and commodious building

:; ,Methodi/ts Cut Out "Obey." square miles of spruce timber lands on miles, and thirtyfive.stops are made, PREPAB.VTORY ACADEMYlradnates prepared to enter Harvard, Yale, Princeton

'InthVrjSvlsed :rnj : s ent.out;to the 'th .r\ver( St; ,'Anne?' in Canada, to the the third class fare being 10 cents. The Cornell, Michigan, Chicago and all first class Colleges. .
Bayless''Pulp and Papercompany of NORMAL AND PRACTICE SCHOOL-].Kindergarten in its building if.
Methodist church theg. steam railway which covers the distance own Primaryand
| ministers' of the the.. Binghamton N.. Y., for about $1,000- In half the time (forty-five ,min Grammar School in separate building. This School especially prepares Public School
substituted for '
.wor} "keep" teachers.
000. The charter property
'b1fword, "obey", In the marriage.- service.lK" dates' back about 300 years, when it utes), charges 6 cents more.THREEJURORSC MUSIC SCHOOL-A 10000.00 nine or- Q'Q.n. a dozen pianos 5eDarate bniidin!!.. large faculty
j-//Hereafter women must promise to thorough courses of study.
was granted by the king of France. i
..l\J l."l te; honor ''and'' keep" their hus RED ART SCHOOL-Xew studio. Costly casts,models, etc. .

:."'" ;bands.' The change is in response to More Beer, Less Whisky. Stetson has a faculty of 48 professors and instructors. They hold degrees from the University -

c numerous Tequests from brides..to omit The, report, of ,the':internal revenue, Of Cholera Morbus with One Small Bottle of Chicago, Harvard Yale, Dartmouth Columbia, University of Pennsylvania, Bryn
: -- 4 bureau for I the last fiscal year shows I of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera an'd Mawr. Bucknell. University of Michigan. Dennison and other Universities. There are over
word bey. 300000.00 in buildings and equipment;nearly a quarter million dollar endowment; an endowed -
that beer is increasing in popularity Diarrhoea Remedy.Mr. library of over 13,000 volumes; a beautiful chapel with costly furnishings, including stained

among'the consumers, of alcoholic beverages G. W. Fowler of Hightower, Ala., glass windows, 7 oil paintings, a $10,000 00 pipe organ;a giunf.t>ium with complete apparatus;
I MISCELLANEOUS I. while whisky is on the,decline. relates an experience he had while Serving I an enclosed athletic field running track tennis courts, baseball diamond and gridiron, be- e
sides swimming, golf, rowing and other sports; separate buildings for men and women; five
of beer increased tit in murder at !
The consumption: on a pt jury a case
,,1 large laboratories for Chemistry, Physics, Bacteriology, Minerology and Biology; several /
;ass; ataliui V! icings Active. -,' 1,251,407: barrels, while that of whisky Edwardsville, county seat of Clebourne large museums and shops electric lights, electric bells, steam heat, cement walks shell
l Bothftlevolcanoes:of Vesuvius and decreased 704,040 gallons. ,At the same county Alabama. He says: "While roads; broad avenues spacious campus shrubbery and trees; social literary, musical and otherstudents'clubs
.rJ.. i; :, the 'decrease of fruit spirits there I ate some fresh meat and some ; star lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching. The location L...
Stromboil have! been In violent eruption time souse meat and it gave me cholera mor- beautiful and healthful and the expenses are low.
'\+i throwing ,up great columns of amounted to 42J282 gallons.. bus in a very severe form. I was never For catalogs views folders and information, address the President, !

;;\flreVtonea and lava. A violent earth- Ryan Defends Equitable.In more sick in my life, and'sent to the drugstore !
; LINCOLN HULLEY A. M. Ph.). DeLand Fla
)! ,
i, \m&trxconipanledethe eruption, espe'dalfifln. a newspaper interview at Seattle; for a certain cholera mixture, but j 1.

: *> the Island, of Messina, where Wash.; Thomas F. Ryan 'who recently the druggist sent me a bottle of Chamberlain's ,
; and Rem-
Colic, Cholera Diarrhoea
houses control of the
>l Stromboli is situated. Many bought the Equitable edy instead, saying that he had what I

fell and. church. steeples tottered. Life Bald that hereafter the business sent for, but that this medicinewas so SBABARD1iIRLJINE
5 Nevi
fever situation: at New pure, and simple for the welfareof me in the fix I was in. I,took one dose i
>r r The yellow and the policy holders, and he approved of it and was better in five minates. The '
Orleans has steadily improved heartily of the proposed legislative Investigation second dose cured me entirely. Two fellow R1iILWA' t
.at this. writing less than 200 persons of all insurance companies, jurors were afflicted in the same man- -FOR- ;
are under treatment. Business is again and small bottle cured the three s
ii, and it was'his opinion that the federal ner, one

.;: ',;. picking up. The not plight greatly of the improved.country government'should have the same supervision of us" Far sale by Red Cross Pharmacy.OAST.OTLXA., Savannah, Columbia Southern Pines, jJ

= districts was of life Insurance companiesas
Some:of the smaller towns are without : ..
c it has over national banks. Richmond Washington, Baltimore. 1
medicines and nurses. tan tiefiipitaa the Kind Ysu Ha.i Always, Bought
Farmer Banker. '
of the
New York ;
..'.. oeld.ntL' During the past season the banks r

The steamer' Peconic was .sunk.,in .a controlled by the wheat .farmerS of of .

,Vie. off !:'Ftruiindina, Fla.,' and Increased at the
: heavy sea Kansas alone have TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.

i.J; 'twenty'jnen'wereCdrowned.Tbe'Pennsylvania rate of five or six a week; and almostas t" If you mint to get thee j
,', Traffic company's In other western"heat states. t- yd' bitfctti returns for 4 far 1
was burned. fast (, f,;!tf1 your labor aDd .P. fl SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAILMODERN
'. .tore.___,at Johnstown' Banking Commissioner Royce says that jy" Jt t1t.I.1. your ground. .' ,
'!n' ,L a ,$1,5O0,000. deposits in Kansas banks have increased :44.eyou cant 6S1 *
reports of the cloudburst at in ten t y'.J" to plant tnythicg bat 4
300 cent years.A '
\1;; Later more than per PULLMAN EQUIPMENT t
?' rEb6de Canyon; Colo.. Indicate that !
$40,000,000 Pottery Trust
tY = were either -ERRY
.iiDMrly.. a. score, of persons Colorado. Fuel A group of Philadelphia capitalists ONLY LINE
8! lead"or missing. 'beau has formed a combination of the East

i' ttnd/Iron.company suffered the', Liverpool (0.) crockery manufactories i SEEDs'tile Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eaiis.

test lossess capital of $40,000,000.. The combine 1
tundud after r1'
'ifi Four hundred Japanese fishermen not include the Homer .'rber 1I1..y. pruOucc 4 rtrey.
drowned In does For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard i
been the largest and laMIelOpe. agent. or
aw reported .to have, o| East Liverpool -
4 burrlFOOT -- Laughlin China company AlldetlenwllUwm. write to 1 I
tl Romn'channel during a m Oar ISO
the largest
.-.-* v. which is one vof \/Maengttgqu.. A.O.MACDONELL, S. C. BOYLSTON, Jr.; I
'{j ,dom. there. It proposed later to 'j &'
& three per- concerns Aset. General Passenger Agent Passenger Agent.
: live-.were lost and absorb the.art ware and sanitary ware .M.FPIR\t CO.
ln the bulling of the f. DCTBC, MfCM.A I JACKSONVILLE FLA ,i
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,.. .?S ..;; : ; ; n.... < .*,. '? -, .. cards fine spar for,their' large yawl. the Foreign Coun ries. t _
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:";:'M. .!i. ... r !'>tqW ::t ..<. i FVtjb pfeaiant (their Cocoa and;.Rock- this .
Some of and
:.: ';. "'-- :fJ'7., ; ': :: .are plentiful! ,. year* polite treatment every consistent i '!r" ,
: 1edgbttlri .lIi'O Tie4af'eviening,.\all with conservative. banking granted.COEKESPONDENTS -
{if i1f' iU c m P i i' F I our. ontlying-citizens are feeding chickens '
Delic _
,bole pieaent had time. and together ;
'i "' """'< ">\J-A ajnerry quail : 4
'/ ; : .I'tiat. 6t to.tI11"-t. ::::'. .. lose.. _.Tetr*..'.s -''tim...':d:Dti"" -.-re"served.. -during- -theidrdoe 'The baseball match on Saturday be- Bank Empire Trust Trust Company Company Jacksonf, N. Y.. ille.Fla.Florida -- '
s.J wt '"' -* ::. ..-_>t'f ::tea' : -"<"'-y .....UI5..; ":1'', t.'eeri'Tropic and Eau :,Gallie resulted in
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''i.cf. -1l .' ', -- >f TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
rl f. ..,"--... ,-f.;?;:Clft'" -' PODIT." -r "''... .-I 'fGood to n.{ If you wani a a score of 2 for Tropic and 8 for Eau ,
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bpeatifalcomplexion .dear:.skin bright Gallie' r
kitchen and Y
-k .r CL/Nich ( a < eyea(red lips good health,take Hollieter'sBocky W, H. Adams, of the Florida Fish &
"' "' ;.otherwiseimproving, fits bO.use- ,' 'Mountain' Teal:- There i 16 nothing Produce company, at this point, will PENNEY & BRANNING, ;

tiq };t Mr..:c'L,Tartu:liaaIhe. .lumber. on.theground like ilk '.{&?cents, ;, tea or tablets. Ask send. part of the 'fishing plant to Miami ,;
--J? -'f : for a':-new :.fcncecinjfront"' '.of, bishandaome yoot' druggist.' in the near future. f TITUSVILLE l
i ,
'" ; ; ., ..,
r ""'}-'<." .. ,.. reaidence.> ., y: OROIANA.Mr. .. 'Public school is now, open with a full l -- ; -

:f. '! ;Mr.'t Mre..Wingoodandeon. ;- Gus, Lawly is preparing, for some cer-- corps of teachers, There were 57 pupils

residents of City;Point;are' among' fain'improyementsyiear Horti,,.where heoemepmpeity. present on the opening day,Monday last, Fashionable Clothiersand Z4

i : {the recent,arrivals at Shafpe l ;. : :, ,. '" and many more to hear from.

1-rt 'G,,vT<;:PaddJ8on.wa8. t .D.on.:1: .Satcrdayilooking ;.J('..'Joe':Braver has finished to all appeirceMr. The Charloote Caase, a large ,yawl), is

S l; : after orders for..*orange' .-Lee's. new wharf and boatKwwe'near being altered to echooner ng at Hodgeon'syard.
MJb .boxes-and,business. generally- : ( the Clement. place This vessel employed by the Gents' Furnishers
; <'"
i11 1; :Mr.,.Dyer, of Stuart,'.was, _calling,; on Sherman Singleton and family" whose Indian River ,Lake Worth Fish company \

:... our orange growers'on! Saturday in the home. is-in Miami. were callers here in at this point. _, ,.. -

"-" ". 'iatereetof. the Armour. 'Fertiliier" Co. town>" on< some.of the neighbors ,Monday A dance on Saturday eve last at the The Queen Quality Shoe for ladles is the

.f' .Mr. :Henry'. .Banks.:has, commenced of this week.ti .; Adams hall 'was, as usual, a great success most stylish and durable In the world. In ;:

; ')' work'on. packing house and .ia intend :.Mr.. ..:F:..VV. Monson and sop Guy, who and'much enjoyed by those who attend addition we keep the famous Edwin Clapp and

u, 'fit' ing to add a completely furnished bathroom for, health" and recreation have been ed. Tropic, Melbourne and.other adja Crossett Shoe All high class goods to be

.. to his,house 'with. hot, and cold months cent points were represented.Miss .
; abroad for two :or more, are ex a' found here. Manhattan Shirts, E. & W. Collars -
t --t,:: water'. .'before< ..winter.- '. petted back,this week. Bonner, the principal of our pub Stetson and Knox Bats.

I ) .On, Monday evening Mr."andMre.: H:_Sotij '{'Mr, C.1>: Provost and wife have been lic school, is domiciled at Mrs. C. L. Tay .

<; Black eelebrated'their golden :wed takings brief outing ,up to Daytona lor's for the winter; Miss Arnold, one of ... };..
:' ,,' ding.. .A'l large comber' ,of.fnends and rely Beach within the last few 'days. He is the assistants, is at Mrs. A. N. Mather's, Anything and everything else M r

f .f ativea.were present at,their_home and offered also enlarging his. store. accommodations: and Miss McAllister, the other assistant,
$:tt... congratulations to the happy couple as-regards future business prospects for i ia at her old home at Mrs. Taylor's. for men wear yon can-bay here -

it-1} Many appropriate and valuable ,presents more trade. the school term.

.Jj.--' were received.. V. Hiscock MAtt ORDERS SPECIALLY SOLICITED,
Rev. A. returns this week
7 .
nr __ 8tartliHc Mortality.
i.. to'Deland for further X-ray treatment.His .
INDIANOLA.Mr Statistics show startling mortality from
1: X. t former,trip there for treatment, being appendicitis and peritonitis. To prevent SAN MATED CIGARSHave
; -t' .. Fred.G. Humphrey is busy building cuf short owing to previous engagements and cure these awful diseases there is just
ash.t; a fine boat for himself. of D. Lewis wh<> was called elsewhere. one reliable remedy, Dr. King's New Life
tfgP's Pills. of Custom House Made ,
M. 14 a
.' Flannery,
Sunday afternoon quite a number en; However, much good was accomplished
place, Chicago : "They have no
mt sacs
.. Reputation'
.,' Joyed themselves. launch ridfug.Cbees \as it' was. equal for constipation and biliousness."
y :, ,; ia the favorite game' here, both It is now understood that Mr. 0. X. tact at Red Cross Pharmacy. of Their Own.

J-t. ,'.' married and single.entering.into it bean Page,who in company with his son-in-law MELBOURNE.\ The success of the San Mateo Cigaris
11-.' Edwin Nejson and wife, has been tour
:1- A neat and convenient kitchen has one of the greatest triumphsof
i I. .Mr. W. S. Norwood ing the south west of the United States, since the .
census enumerator been added to the Congregational par- the East Coast freeze.
( : visited oar town and suburbs the alao'as far up the ,Pacific coast as Port .
Y land, Oregon, is expected home the last sonage.A Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula of Florida and the
t ,'::' .past few daYL'l'i of this month.. Up to the time jolly party of our young people attended Island of Cuba can produce, and wrapped with the rich, silky leaf grown on East
: Margaret Mitchell,was visiting her aunt present the dance at Eau Gallie last Saturday Cow plantations, the cigar industry of the world has never produced: a better article.
\, Hn..Wallace, before returning to school lie has enjoyed' his extensive.' outing very evening. For sale by all the 1 leading hotels and clubs and by the Union News Company
much. train Florida.
on entering
u < 4a"n.Mo
1 dav.
: .'. J ; Fall is here. Cooler days and cooler Attorney W. I. Metcalf passed through Sizes and Grades to select from.
Twenty Styles
;: dock ,
; ,: Mr. John A. Carter's ia completed Melborne last Saturday going to Palm

.t.Ii:: and now lumber has arrived to'add three nights month and more showers pass occasionally.without ex Shoulda e8liverailt' I Beach after enjoying the summer north. Manufactured by s. W. ROWLEY San Mateo Fla.SOREE3VS.
feet Mr. David A. .Carter's
, dock. to J or a gale the people may then rejoice Mrs. C. J. F. Campbell and Master
f'I'bundred AWhile and be glad in passing through the heated Fraiaer are now enjoying a visit in Den-

, 'f Mr. Koerger Was working in season fully into the fall with no fatal ver, Col., and will start south for Floridasoon. ill

, : .his grove Monday, be killed a large. rattlesnake results from heat or storm as has been the .

. p*. ": '" measuring five feet with nine case in many places north. While it Ms Col.! T>J. Shave and Mr. Claude Edge

, rattles. true there is yet time for something to enjoyed a drive from Ean Gallie to Mel :
For doors and windows
i ,.Jt. Mr. T. Sanders had the misfortune happen through excessive rain or bad bourne last Tuesday. These gentlemencame .

"_ to lose the propeller of his launch, after a weather the probability is, if one more down on a business trip. covered with wire.

; thorough search he .had Dennis Sawyer i month passes off as the past month has, Miss C. L. Marsh returned last week to any .. I

dive and after a few dips was successful in I the people hereabouts can and should be her Melbourne home after spending over t s

finding it. thankful for what has fallen to their lot two years in northern states. Her host EAST COAST LUMBER& SUPPLY CO.,

Mr. and Tfrn.: A. A. Buck and son left as compared with so many localities else- of friends are delighted at having her Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material. -

Monday to visit friends on their way where. back'again. She is accompanied by her r

i home to Ormond, the former being Rheumatism, gout, backache, acid cousin, Miss Hendry. Eau Gallie, Florida. ,
I strong and able to resume his duties liter poison, are results of kidney trouble. Hoilister's Will Scott is painting the McBride y
,a prolonged' holiday. at Indianola. Rocky Mountain Tea goes direct House and E. C. Root is painting The J. WALKER. H.B.MACE. ..-': ;
ly to the seat of the disease and cures .
e Are yon lacking in strength and vigor? I I. where all else fails. 35 cents. Ask your Bazaar. Melbourne people believe in JOHN R. WALKER & CO.
;.; Are von weak? Are you in pain?, Do druggist. keeping their buildings in good order, ,
f :...' you feel all ran down ?, The blessing of neat and clean. It is a pleasure to go in- i
Y ri health and strength come to all who use TBMiseGertrude to a neat well kept store or house. Titusville, Fla., ;
; ".., Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea 35 cts. :
Jones was visiting friends Mia Helen Millerafter spending few
: Ask your druggist. a '
t here
':: _' ( Thursday. days at the Peek house, left on Sunday 5
1i\ s': COCOA. Mrs. Schofield is now pleasantly located I for Titusville where she will be one of :

:IN: ". yt Mr. Porcher and lmilyreturned Tuesday with Mrs.,Charles Morris. the'teachers in the public school this ,

f;;. i afternoon from an extended: trip in Miss Sallie Mathers, of Eau Gallic, via- term. Vise Helen is one of Melbourne'smost
:- the north.. f {ted relatives here last week. popular young ladies and gains :

;, ,J,' Messrs. Gibert and Cowart took the Miss Lizzie Beale, of City Point, visited many friends wherever she goes. CLOTHING/

train Monday for Titusville, returning on Miss Eva Carter, several days last week. ----
the afternoon train. '. $'Our r boys played! Eau ,Gallic Saturday r S. A. Read, Cisco, Tex., writes, March GENTS'' FURNISHINGS

On' Monday afternoon: Messrs. Theo and were beaten, but,wait!-It won't always 11, 1901: "My wrist wan sprained so ,
T'e Travie, Walter Hatter, Jack LeemingandJohn be so. badly by a fall that it was useless; and
:S Tucker left'via launch for' Cocoa Mr. Albert Mathers of after using!! several remedies that failed to
G Eau Gallie, is give relief, used Ballard'sSno-v Linimentand :
Beach for a few days hunting. over on his place getting ready for the was cured. I earnestly recommendit : SHOES e

' ,The party consisting of R. L. Geiger winter's gardening. to any one suffering from sprains." ,
Ip and of Rockledge J. C. Gibert and number of Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy and Ean
sons A. our young folks took advantage Gallie Pharmacy Eau Gallie, Fla. a
son and S. S. Jones and two sons of Com of the beautiful moonlight. and '
\ coa, that went to the west aide for a few I enjoyed .a launch ride to Melbourne NOTICE OF- ELECTION. MILLINERY :

M ; days opting, returned on Saturday. Beach Tuesday night. ,
Maori Proclamation of Annual Election
The Misses Jennie and Ida Simpson,of forth Town of TltuYlUe.

fiiir KOCKLKDGK. Mt. Dora, accompanied by Miss Minnie An election is hereby ordered to be held at T FURNITURE. L
->?'| Mr. A. I. Moore, of Merritt, spent abort Mathers, of Ean Gallie, are visiting relatives the court house in Titusville Brevard county, .f' f
time in town.last Wednesday.Mrs. and friends here this week. Florida on Monday,the 23rd day of October, .
'" 1905: between the hours of 8 a. m. and 6 p. m.
.'R.:L. Geiger'and children spent to elect- .... .:; ::: ::: ::- : ;.
Mrs John KAO GALLIC. A Mayor, .
IPIf last week.with Gore at Cocoa.
A Marshland Collector of Taxes, We want
Mr. ChalkeVs family, from Lotus, Fall weather is now on. A Clerk and Treasurer, .your patronage =--1

: joined him at his Rockledge'. home I last The fishing fleet on Banana, river is doing Three An Assessor Aldermen of Taxes to serve, two years. Our aim is to please YOU. ,;
week. j"* "* well.J. ./* C) The following penooa are appointed judges S

,.. Mrs. W. E. Hall and Mr*. C. W. Wilii- W. Rouiter left for. Jacksonville on of Charles said election Fulton...;: A.Will J.E.Sembler Ball,M.clerk E. English of elec, New, Up-to-Date Goods in every* ;

ford were calling in pckledgab .onThnraday >touday._ tion. ; E. E. RoLL!!.&, Line. ..-
last.Mrs. : 6s I Rob.Burns,'of Canaveral, .was in Eau Titusville: ,Fla, Sept 13th, 1905. Mayor. Mail orders

Lucas of Merritt, spent Wed !Gallie on Saturday. as receive promp,ai14. 4:

1' rneBS and tigbt' r:' his borne in Eau Gallie. 'I .

t: js Mr.- George Gingraa with his fast boat' 'The water in the Eau Gallie river is as u. 7a Wd aaf ;
& CO.
t'y jnade s milein three minatea and five very high since the recent rains. : tusvllloPlart.i'>

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