The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
September 29, 1905


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


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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N ', t<:JiAf 1iboy's l' UfPOBTANT LEO. .AL. DECISIONTie .
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.- '; '>'''''Y''; :;:'''"n* '; ':')'- J'eldJi3m clothing:hoes, bats, Sanchez Interacts Win Oat In

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Ji, I hat was ever before>shown[on :,
.. "<._". ..;;>, ."J..-.., _a i'.f .ty &be"a.oI.flt dt.l.iffi. .. Circuit Judge M. 6.' Jones announced
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decision last week
;'ii.; \ t .CaIl cudi t runt: stock, we can in. an important

(: ll &ird:. pleaae TOO.', Also complete stock of fine DorIS GsI Il' ot( Lotos.dr'1oug'Girlof partition: suit involving a .,tract 'of about Paragraphs that Will Be Eagerly Sought .
,. >,_;.. .. ,.. ihoes forrgieeee': and infants. A.swell ', j
"' ( ':.ifM. line of ladies' shoes, all stylesAnd prices.Our'letder' sr 'een' Teas ''PIlIsHd YSBRCOULDNO1t 16(0)' acres of land and'aoULbem in the northern portion For by Subscribers fikt
of Brevard part of:Vo-
A. in ladies' shoes, "Qwen ... .. .. ,
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') .Q-la...'' known tbe-YOrlclt-over as. .theEverytbin '*t lusia counties. This.body of land ia an
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flmmru tS"I IdlJ": ) BE RESCDED old Spanish grant, known the Bernardo IHDOSTRY7AGRICDLTOBE
..rLi. date. :
strictly, np fail suit
4 Segui grant, and this partition has
"' -; fJ; ,;. +"j.ii J'Ir., orders apecia1ty .
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; i years past.
:' .. 1it.i t ,l8t. /l-;rJurbe!: sq-PriarxaTdtBadxarlro Clothiers" and, Furnishers, ;4&T .Wind! act,dares '-'Drifted. tie .Roiboatiiaj t decision rendered is that the plaintiffs What is'Being Dole Towards 'tbs 'Development .

.; I.. I: y1t ..', !1: j is ..Titusville, i1a, ;. can take their decree for the partition.
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D. Gaulden of this and
'- .. Judge place,
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y. It: b> ;-Mr?Kline expected back : w Walker *
tfx' '""" Ceo. !!/ ; of Jacksonville, represented "*
E : "&;':" ;'waa in' York within'three or four days. \| Miss Doris Geiger,of Lotus*was drown* of About 40,000 crates of pines were, shipped -.
the Sanchez interests;; the title
: T .J ai&ididnd ,.cbe' *S We call! tWteaier'8 'social' attention ed in Banana river tat Saturday afternoon this season by the pineapple growerS '
Wm. M.
4'P_ N the bill being Mary's&ncbei vs.
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!.rgah?iglidaider, dank:- 0.w3ae... io JasL Pritchard A Son's hew.' advertisement .. about 4'o'clock.Feat:daughters' Dallam;et al. A. W. Cockrell & 'Son, of of Stuart. Kk
iDhII8-1" 1 awl two sons of the'1 a iiiily ;of'John F. Quite boom has
weeklon a building commencedat
; -, f1i.tl101, ... ....thhi.' .... .# ',-page'oVAfalvaniad 2-' .. Geiger went oat on the-river in a rowboat Jacksonville, and Geo. M. Bobbins, of
.'i c 'C" Green Cove in for
.i -i{ Springs preparation
Igv, '"';"' {. .A. ')\ awning was placed intent this place, represented the defendants. #
in bathing. was
from o go The.wind blowing the coming season r
:LL:Brady returned Monday of the grocery store of W. R. Walker .. The case was a'warm contest'on the

&yJr: ;- sit, *. 'J.o'II. .. ml, looking.,after in the new. Masonic 'building- Tuesday. brisk'from the'east and :they rowed' out part of the attorneys! on both sides and Governor Broward expects ,to begin
... distance in order'' reach
..<,'0..'_:,_H-i'",,.,'' ... ...... -..". <. ".' ."'" """ .. $r .. : some deep water as the shoal bank to extends fairly'out the decision secured is a decided victory early in January the work of cutting canals ,' ,

"?-Ii: .8:1Poiood tried;:borne the .,'Mrs. .T... .Blake'.Walker arrived last Fri. some. -distance from the shore. or Judge GaOJden.and.bit. colleague, and to drain the Everglades.

> .j1 ; _,week,:having complet-. day from"Jacksonville and is visiting her The oldest girl, DoriS, had just l learned thej are being congratulated by their The Peninsular and Occidental line of t*

.S;::= -'''i.:! t1'Rorji':- [taking'&.t.....:: of,the Pritchard : friends in winning this case. steamers will have a seventy-five foot '
F-:" -i' ...." '. p';, 0' .ceDmI mother and sister, Mrs. Jaa. to,swim and was the first: one to plunge ex- ..t
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;;; plflij. ,: t jr'.Jr ,< .' f}, ... and. Mrs. F. T. Badge. overboard. She found the water deeper sion made to their wharf at Key West. .""
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;.'"-."" -.!'JIU',- ',, 'I.. L'' uae' ir ,_the'1bmIfr Born-to Mr. and Mrs. J., M. _Osban, than .he xpecied-it was over her head Florida will have 620 more acres of i

"::',;: : il,>asia itatkhii point. ",for the Bay on Friday;'Sept. 22nd a' fine 1O-pnd( -and she 'was frightened. Her elder to Empty Small Lake at the pines next year than this. The largest, !

'if:_ :::10. 1'.i I rBUare. company' has been. on the girl. The ia the third little maid, in thebousbold brother, Lawton, seeing the situation'at a increase is between Fort Pierce and
Head of the St. Johan Hirer
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S' ; iIak'..lilt dearthepat: week. of.oar friend Mid: glance went to her assistance, but, the Homestead. i
r---. from the St. Record.
:,' o",.',?, j& :}T/Bby.,PnokrtV;, publisher and' pro- Mr. A. Froecber arrived home this breeze was BO strong that 'the younger Augustine Some of the orange trees' at Rockledgeare l-?.

; lM. priorof tbe'Cocos and Rocktedge Newv week'from bit visit to Germany his first children in the boat could not manage .According to ad vices ,from Eau Gallie white with bloom and if this bloom'

= i : : the craft and it drifted further from some important developments are aboutto holds good there will be late of >i>
bi town pat of Saturday and Sun* view of his native land in forty years. He away a crop. 1

"::.*,a a, laIt to,bit brother,.Mr. Paul E. left here about the first of July. the brother and sister in the river take place in connection with the fruit next year. .

:;. <;f;; ...r..'Do.k' ._-' "'""' > !.if'1\-. ;Messrs F.. A.. Lesley, 'F. A. .Morgan, Although Lawton succeeded in holding drainage scheme that baa in contemplation Pa'nam.oiy declined to vote in favor
the off of the from
_ E6iMyitWWIU rd Spine bis sister up for a few moments, ,be realIzed drawing water .of prohibition on Tuesday. The wets
91MiamividtedH. ,
). ,! M. 8. T. H..Sanders and P. G. the numerous small lakes'at, the head of j.
Hall few that bit only hope was to secure the carried the election in that county by a
!( --.JV. a Walton_went to Daytona yesterday to at
) : b : had- the St. Johns river through a canal to be
.1n1_week ere ;.leaving'.Saturday,.forTalJahaa9ee1 tend. the meeting of the Chapter. drifting boat and he finally to quit majority of 65 rotes.
$ .cut across Brevard county to an outlet on
the support of his sister and swim to
: ; when the is attending. the 'Contractor P. J -Hall received his first the Indian river Eau Gallie. The bonds, of the town of Palmetto
'' .. boat. Before be could with the near
Jk.. ;' :::';:;I": I return
::7t;norid c..vo carload of lumber for the have been sold and the sidewalks will
Pritchett .
\r. ... new boat b sister bad sunk to the bottom. This is an undertaking that may be far .
ti ;.r -
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jilt er1; iijOoU' 1M _WUlCIleflN I -.I residence Monday. A large force of in its effects the future 'welfare soon be built, streets improved and the
'c., ....4".," w .-..., ..,- y- The horrified children realizing that reaching on -
: ."9mithhwyediet .ency. paten! will soon""be pot to work on:this their sister,was drowned hastened ashore of a large section of the east coast. waterworks. installed., 4
__ ,;; ; .. *';,;-' ....._...,..,'t. ::.,'': wt:'j1 "PfitJf'f.-j!! Dcraa tM' i1IJ.D"r seir hiag piitiee ..The scheme baa been discussed 'at great !, The coming orange crop oa.Merritta Island -.. "

''.' 1" "- ', -.,,." '>'. '><'"'-''...'.'-. ..::;plleiudiy- ::t Dr-Walter S.':.Graham. )famil1;of commenced hunting for the body at once, length by several papers in this portionof is.estimated at 10,000 boxes, which ;
,"*.',.,:,:.>{...t.*,;o.,;...i..I 4tte Mr',.........Collina... ... !".---011', .his annual vat Miami arrived, in Jacksonville .last Saturday but it was '>'recovered until Sunday the state, there being more or less op ia very light for that section, and .most of A
;* ; .tft'J. : these will be
.: ,.....r. .. .'.. from New York, where they expect morning about 9 o'clock close to the place position given because it was claimed brights.
--""<,tW: """ ;?J"i f.t< Orlaado; Al Qnarterman, of,Chee- to remain several days before returning where she disappeared beneath the water. that the draining of the lakes at the head ,i The contractors on the Seaboard passenger :-

gg;s f: tea: 8boa1., has just recently diapoaed of to Miami., Only last winter it will be remembered quarters of the St. Johns would lower the station at Tampa have been arrested

hli pliioiai.Baotaariver. ; D8iatiDR of a THK STAB wants a correspondent at every there were four people drowned in level of the river between Palatka and for not paying the $50 license re. '

'-'JI1 jaiaU orange grove and about 90 aerosol postoffice in the.county. Each community Banana river only few miles north of : May port to such an extent'that; navigation quired of nonresident contractors. rf:

k' ':: lialdtoDdrE. J. Praetorina.* The porch is thus offered an opportunity to where this.young lady perished, caused I would be seriously menaced.To i The work of taking the census of Miami

\ ...'_.. .p t'icti.wai- 100.t. ;, present its advantage and thus attract by a rowboat being capsized by a heavy settle this point a corps of United has been completed and while the w '

'w:_ -\4;. .; ?.iBcbooJ Superintendent! ,J. R. Walker the attention of bomeseekers. squall. __._ States engineers was sent to make a snr figures have not been made public it ia

:: Icy given rip.trying to locate! Prof, R. C.Fi3eBartetterbo :County Surveyor Fries went to Canaveral Tropical Storm South of LouisianaThe vey of the area included in the upper St. hinted that the population will be' close -
Johns. They say in their report, that
: accepted the principalship to 5,000. t
\{ Tuesday to some surveying. He
dot the TitosvUla high, school a week or so weather bureau located a tropical) the proposed drainage scheme will not
1tfi' says the governor was well pleased with Hon. Tom Watson has purchased the
storm in the of Mexico
Wednesday gulf interfere with navigation on the lower
i ge.examination week and who has beautiful McRae Fort Lauderdale
his report and preliminary survey of the south of Louisiana with place near *
a movement that
: arrive here as he agreed to, and St..Lntie-Okeechobee drainage canal. nver.Whether and will make it hi* winter home.
at that time uncertain. This .
was storm the work will now be
Rill proceed to engage another teacher to: proceeded The price is said to have been about
paid ,
Rev. J. B. Hawk who has been absent
taketbspri'ncipaJihip.MrsW..M. .' has undoubtedly been the cause of the with is not yet definitely known.

:. cox t \ ; b: 'leJeral weeks on a furlough, will heavy northeast to southeast winds pre If it should be begun and carried to com $12,000. : 4

:. ;"""' /..'' ,Brown. and' Miss Louise preach at City Point Sunday, Oct. 1st, at vailing in this section the greater part oi( pletion parts of Duval St. Johns, Volusia The canning factory at Delray has received I

'i: and Master Mark arrived home Mondayight 10:30 a. m. and at Eau Gallie at 7:30 p. the week with an almost uninterruptedrainfall. and Brevard counties would form an im an order from the Erie Preserving ,- t

y"" .; finmependlcg: the summer in theHr m. Everybody most cordially invited to mense island. Waterways would then company, of Buffalo, for 6,000 cases of .{
N p Isw Es l aad afiea, l'aber.0rpri inK canned and the
be present. pineapples goods are now ip
be opened that would of the reclamation -
'I* .Brown, ,,expected to meet them Kitchen safes and cupboards, $3.75 up being shipped.
Miss Marie Mann, of Below who has of thousands of acres of as val.
.tfift.{' ;in Jacksonville the next day, but received Rugs 50c. to $10 50. Mattings.
been on THE STAB force for three weeks, uable land as there is to be found any The business men of Lakeland are
{t s-i/toWpamV Monday stating that they One lot 6jc. prints, special 5c.
j left Saturday for her home, and from where in the state.SKULL showing their faith by their works, haying '
would arrive borne bat night Fibre chair seats, bowls and pitchers,
ft F thence she left this week for Henderson. organized joint stbck company for '

3 r -The little sloop yacht owned by Mr yUle, N. C., on a visit of a month or two Pails, !umbrella holders, WAS CRUSHED the erection of a $35,000 tourist hotel. '
'. .' while out Clothes hampers, baskets, pins, tubs. They to right ahead with the j
WeJ sailing
J.Jf' Mx> was capsized with her sister propose go
C- #" ,. By Jumping a Bridgeand
n ,Monday morning.In the boat were Geo. building and have it finished in time for
Mr. R. returned home
? : Wesley Joyner
Chas. A. Gardner Titusville Florida.
:;: 'Y bite: iud I.Kuaeeli Norwood.. The craft Thursday night of last weep to resume Striking an Iron Bail this season's business. Why don't the g'F

.J ; tuittteitj over just outside the shoal bank his numerous duties here for the Southern Children's Bally MeetingsOn A most shocking accident happened at business men of Titus ville follow suit? >

'iwrtheart from ,Wager'a old wharf poets. Eau Gallic last Friday about the noon '
> Express company and the StandardOil Saturday, Sept. 80th at 3:30 o'clock The first vessel of the Benner schooner :-
= (; The bole stuck by the boat until theyIeCn after about hour. Dyke Smith was walking along "
; company, spending two the Children's Willing Workers will havea line for Miami will sail from New York'

< footing on the ,shoal, where the months in Georgia. rally meeting at the Baptist church. with some of the school children on the city on the 5rst day of October, reaching ,

!fIl4 L:boat was anchored and afterwards righted Highland avenue bridge, which spans the ..r
Mise.Mildred Woodward returned to Mrs. Waugh will have 'a the Magic city about twelve days later, +
\g'?tl.. .;aid bailed. out, DeLand Tneodayand Mrs. D. B. Pritch- pared for all who are willing to take pre- spur track of the railroad, and in view of provided winds and tides are favorable k >
jii'' %; '" ard accompanied her: aa far aa New Smyrna part. several of the children deliberately fell or
'i ,. In.M. R"Webber and her brother. Every child in Titosville is invited. It is understood that a large consignmentof i tar
her Benton Fla. where she
on to ,
gI :.In-Uw,'Mr Ji, M.'Webber: went toJack; ;; will visit for way a while, with her friend, The Sabbath school will hold its rally sprang over the bridge railing, strikinghis freight has already been promised for }
head the iron rail below.
.r attend the Webber_ Mrs. Amy A. Monroe.. meeting Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. on the first trip and that the prospects for t j
Dr. Peek was called and had the man
'fi :Ijwbdin a,weddblC Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Oscar A. Stewart is at Fort Pierce Everyone interested is invited to be pres the success of the new enterprise are en- ;
$ Mrs. 'Weiber and i>brother returned .on for a few days for the purpose of assisting ent. Your church needs you. removed to his operating room. His couraging.

it :the 10:39 train Wednesday night accom Mr. J. E. FulU the new clerk of the skull was crushed and he died that night.

'Webber circuit court of S&. Lade county, in the 'FOR TOWN CLERK AND TREASURER.I Smith leaves an aged mother, a sister Panama hat cleaned, blocked and new I
ed snn,7Mr.Frank
( kiu1 yber' discharge of bis official duties at the first and a brother. He was a partner of the bands put on, $1.50. Miami Steam Laun I(
,, ,. P4 ma oiide wno pent> part. of, yeeterbftffehef term of circuit court Just held in the new hereby announce myself a candidatefor dry. C. Collins, Ag't. Basket leaves '
'ifJ 'H : 6Jalo -- re-election to the office of clerk and young man named Newman who was
;; leaving the 3:3
1>E :. on ,p. county. every Tuesday.
4 1.\ treasurer at the coming town election for killed in Eau Gallie about two months

l9 riiiajnl It;where Mr. Webber is'Sployed'in last of Wet and Dry Counties Titusville, to be held the fourth Monday ago by falling from a second story win HORSES FOR SALE.J. .

I t the Southern Express office. in October and respectfully solicit the a
-f;. "f'" j- -4 >-V The following is a list of the wet and support of my friends. If elected will dow. It is rumored that the young man B. Magruder is off buying a lot of 'p

1f STQNIQHT dry counties in the.state of Florida this serve the town as faithfully in the futureas had been disappointed in a love affair, horses and mules. He will have one hun
f .i date dred head for sale. Mr. .t
: in the past. which may have been the cause of his Magrader will ;
Dry;.AUchua, Baker Bradford Cal hate carload in Titus ville Oct. 15th.
ii t Gnslifie V of the Town R. R. PYUW. rash act. a on ;
; b ate otva houn, Columbia, Citrus, t Sow, Harnil Write}Ia ruder, at Orlando, slating just t a

::0r-: r \.tri to DWLate. Officer, ton, Hernando, Holmes, Jackson, Jeffer- FOB SALE CHEAP FOR CASH. Perfect as M1 a beverage or medicine is I. the kind you want and he will have one
1f "''' rillhe-' k1 -of the son, Lafayette, Lake, Leon Levy, Manatee About 88 acres of good high land I W. Whiskey-the kind used by I to suit you in the lot. Satisfaction guaranteed "
meeting on Harper
'PMrq mass
: a Paaoo. ,Folk Sumter Sn- sale.
Liberty j I or no
Ti.aevhfe the east or ocean aide of the Indian riverat grandfather. Sold by R. L. Motlow
l ::!ht" totersof the town of wannee Taylor,=Volusia, Waknlla, Wal- described your .
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the Narrows as follows: Lot and F. A. Losley.
Call Titnsville
at Livery, at orRobbins'
I rear
tit the court house Friday Sept. ton, Washington-,
; No. 3, section 85,also lot No. 3. section .
_'f law office for
Brevard. Dade stylish rigs.
Wet- Clay, Duval, Es p ,
? !;&!Klt wintte officers; to be voted for cambia Gadsden Franklin, Hillsbor- 36, in township 31 south range 39 easLThis NURSERY STOCK FOR SALE. I t I Leave your orders for hauling both double w

tik yet the next town election, October 23rd, ough, Lee; Madison Marion, Monroe, For is further unimproved but,address finely lo Citrus stock grown on high pine land. and single. J. M. Osban, proprietor. f

t'.Q #1",,,: The meeting will be called to or Nassau, Orange, Oaceola,.Putnam, Santa. V particulars E. M.'Low Indian River Nurseries, established 1856. <, t

.w. $ .' 'Gft GovUJ. JD., '. RoM St.. '" Send for catalogue, Toledo and West ,;I FOR SALE. _
; ', L.dry Incir9. Brockton, Mass..
r" ; 'Jo .1fJQ I BtFJ 1'J"iJ.l 1\ )'OI' 8)JObnlw) : .1.. r. .. ( Palm Beach, Fla. I I I Five acres of good land suitable for '
: 1WiT. BLACKSMITH SHOP. I orange trees and garden, with improve .'

4..The d l fi"scK. IfyoiuwantaJ? *meatpr!V .f!.t e-'bird qt Don't forget I dp: all kinds of black.' AUTO SPAR- H FOR jiuents.i Located on Indian river front, G I?

ff ;:Jln. 0..: Q btUDI tigers: Leavewoo"the reasonable prices patronize the Peacockt4Dran" smith and wagon work;.horse shoeingand A magneto that' needs no batteries. half mile from station.. Address ;
,Main street and Waahington'avenue repairing. Call and Brand and will be sold at wholesale i! R. N. SIMMOXS, a'
.ti I, !ejarork, setae Riia corner .. gun see me. new,
f e..." 4"WUII:"" L. =.. ..:J.lftr. : v J. D. ExxaTitMviUe: ; Flal: !price. Inquire at THE STAR office. j iI I 1 I Frontenac, Fla. :

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'::: ara'.. orJer',% "' aa4tu., eollertoe; court house Tttosville..Brevard county, ,
,'.w ::,:1--i5 JLt S1Iyte {eIsri'tutdteawra" ;'.Jeha Hoe of;ranroad' .." from. --Kunabien- Jo.V1a, d- Florida,on)ondty,the 23rd day of October,
;''_;"''7j'f" 'px-dYly,:J>wapr;.Jno.Wilke.ll_ > .B. dhustok; 1905, between the hours of 8 a.m.and 8 p.,m.
.,' J1 .PJiIcIIa.rd.JL.LXatJow.. FX H WQmt to. __ :
-'( "",, : :j a .- --- .;::..:;: Agreed bf: the-Buas"na- _" U elect--; *** :
:.w"'t., "i -- D---'iD meads f'I-. ':&lIe.,,- l\1ntIL-Russi. to reimburse, Japan A Mayor' I
: ID each mouth
JBeeta -
; )
Jlarshal and Collector of Tares
"" for the cost o&the war., : i
.. '>"' -" 1 '> vf : -, :, iAgerkaedTreunrertrft; ,. t' -
.' therims1.aDL:
" : ?:1"V.fW01J1IU.,. DIBBC'I'OBT.x s- Bejected by : An Assessor of Taxes,

> ":" -.F: : :.rj-'!" : .e7.'mU-0 |T Tentfavrfiaasian",,warships interned at :Three Aldermen,to serve two years.
r "'. .: \ t4'..Tille county judge;D.;L' Gulden;.TltnarUle. various neutral ports to be turned overt The following persona are appointed judgesof pf

', :i9.I: ; "TitaJTfllel'dert.:;'pco c tlig dreoit attorney court; A.'A.P..A.Stewart Me.k the Japai}$.!, .",1*.* ,f '' Charks said ejection alton;:,A.Will J."HiiIa1L.SemWer,x.clerk.,E.'English of,elec-: .flX.

Rejected by Eussians. E. E. ROLLINS
tion. v ,
... Miltoa, EH foueeterJobnHeSnrT,4Iltoa. Russia's cm'- :'
T *'Titaari11ei: "EI th--The limitation. Mayor.'
"c ; 1 'rfll*,' tteuneer'wa1kaTitknavWe.tendeatofthlia naval strength to the far east.. ).TitasriUe,Fla. Sept 15th,:1905.:. .SurfC re'Q S
> "lQperbl ItncdoDi;,'J QTltyrUleb Rejected by the'Raaalniae.TWelftk.Granting : .
0E' ; ,. = iartayorJ.IF: to the,-Japaneseof I* GanVBnds: Contracttd Muscles Lame Buts S x4e!! _

,.' '"= Brown... Tit.._JSTflle_, W. S-Norwood. ; certain ftSh1Dgrlght the Siberiao !I' Frosted Feet. Bums. Beside:; ttc." -
J; '
-r.-n. on
;.,;, i. m' p ._ _J1Ioer.l: 1 n that stoyti Izitaa IS y.a.--,
$ 'if 1 coast. | :.-CIafal .AN i t /' : -

.t COUNTY.Tillman'COMMISSIOKEBa-B chairman. ;; W.B. Walker A. Conk'lin Ti- Accepted by the Russians.Are I pJaee oon1l.deoee ID )'enT'iiiiri, matlonand PEHETRATES drrve5 out the lattL-Pores. fern* tha'fib'th: = ;

-tosrille; John ,B. Miot; Indianola; J, F. promotes a' frer,cironlation of to Blood, ..
a .iWooten Cocoa;T.-J.Coekahatt LaGranje. you lacking in strength and vigor tAre natural elastiCItf.- _
7 Ben!&!:Madras on held irrt'Monday in weakly.Are; yon in paint .Do ,
ti eec"moDth.,.,.?., _'_ feel all run down? The blessing of BEST LINIMENT ON PITH
'' health apd strength 'come to all'who. use
: -j SHIRT SLEEVES .IN,',CHURCH.: Hollister'a Rocky.Mountain Tea.. 35 eta. SEeDS UEIiMATL"' T-

f "l'ttst t, "'t. f.v ,* Ask: your :druggist, ...wbMiithaiUuidardfaria> CURED SCIATIC : ,
I.q'. ps.hloiKeep..
Mti Ilrlal.ip'
; .
$ ''fbeTare'not an 'exper
. Workers. Fro.- Go*. The Chicago]Record'' Herald in referring Mold by all dealers. lees*.llllol Mrs: B..A; Stepson, 500 Crate st.t:= -
rToo fine: .clothes,'too ,much,,ftacj to Judge Parker's new$100,000 job;says: aa1fre'tQrt.b8 'Tena., writes: .."1 have beta % -
: ; dressing,]Iteeping men" and women "It is better'to have run and lost. than .....FEUU; ., Hot Springs, Ark., for sdatic the mati smi but: I
r ? away from God's temple," declared<< '"the never to have ran at all." '. S;:: get more feUd fro* BaUard'i Snow Liniment
I have ever tried
Ker..Alexander: McConnell to hist coa- than anTiaedidaeor anything
' gee &tlon'at'the'Clifton Heights PresbTterlan7diurcb Ghaaabwlala'*Cough remedy Aid Nature Inclosed find poatoffice order for$'LOO.? Scsdaft. -
bottle by Southern Express
large "
tine Des Moines:yiaLy a Medicines that, aid nature<.are always '
ehort.timeIgo: 'Now'his* membert'Ou- ; most .effectual. Chamberlain's ;Cough KILL1H11COUCHND THREE SIZES:. 25e 50c AND $1.00

': ':warm 1 days bear his sermons.without Remedy acts on this plan. It allays the BE SURE YOU err THE OEN1JHCE. It :_
'' coats and sometimes without collars.' cough, relieves the lungs, aids expectoration CURE :Ty'e LUNGS
}' c Included amon l the'lembft.S of.Mr. ,'opens the r secretions:,. and aids na Ballard 'Snow.Liniment : ;{ii

.McConhell's; church are. some:'of. the, ture in restoring the system to a healthy :WITH. Dr. King's ST. LOUIS, U. S, A. ;
Sold Red Cross .
copdition. by Pharmacy.
., 1 rti most fashionable residents of Des : .- ,
u '
Hob ei..' He began to notice'some time !

& -T ago, however, that very; few workingmen .New Discovery ,:fJ
: men or their. wlvf6,.were present: at CASTORIAFor ..
F i services:' ImmedIately, ,he .set, ., puttoftnd Price SOLD' AND, RECOMMENDED BY'r s >,>.
Infant and Children. .
r .t After: .few'Veeks of going 'fromhome Tie'Kind You Hare:Allays BoughtBearthe" .Free Trial.' ;

,to home he appeared one'Sunday Sorest and Quickest* Cure for all .
-. t; '" .. night before:hIs congregation ,\tfth' a ., THBOAT and LTJNQ: TROTJB-- Southern Railway : ,

i' look of. .humiliation upon his, face. Signature of u LES, or MONEY,BACK8M.ear ,

; TnrnlnK to hia,members at the close. of A EFFECTIVE!: AUG. 6, 1903., ..
the sermon, he said:, ...-. -. .- -.--' ..
*>r "'Thereare who to hear the No. 30 No.3t N.. i1a tio33Dail i
many fail == = / =f u.i.aJ..u. ant Tark. 291
'word of'God as preached from this pulpit ? : I- I -
5 because r Youngs Female College l] 755 P _.__.._ 910 a. Lv Jacksonville Fla.So. Ry. Ar. 900 a ___ 820 P. :
., 'they say :we wear too fine 1215 a _....._ 120 P Lv.Savannah. .:___:__..__ Ry'. Ar. 450 a -- (05 i'
;: clothes, here. I thinf'myself: it b-a THOMASYILLE GEORGIA.; .9 55. ___ 1020 pAr.ChaIotte N. C.-----So. 1Qr. Ly. 830 u 8 S3.
poor excuse, but I am going to ask you m OFFERS FULL COURSES FOR A. B., R S.,& B.L. DEGREES. 6 2p- 58 a. -Ar. Richmond.. Va_____.Sa Ib' Lv. 12SU pt--: i iii

-, to Join with, giving. -' them. no. ex Physical Culture*. Elocution :and Music our Sp cialtie.s.Iii I 9--i---MaAr. Wll hingtou. D.c.-------SO. Ry Lv. 1051 al L_ 9 AQ p
k.. case whatever'I I.' 1125 P ------ 1130 a Ar. Baltimore.! hid--P.: R. R Lv. 61 82! p. ;
'' am going to'ask the ladles to wear $15,000 spent this year in building and equipment. Steam Heat,Electric Lights. 235 145 p :Ar. Philadelphia Pa.w_.:._-P. It R Lv. 3 S3 al-___.__ 13J P I
Imple'or even gingham' gowns in thefuture 1(1 Gymnasium Swimming Pool Good- Fare, Climate. Unsurpassed.. Strong Faculty ofTen 630 a---------- 415 pAr.. New York.. N-Y._---P. R. R Lv. 210 323 P J
ID Experienced Teachers. ill f ,
instead of silks1 and satins. On Nos. 33 and 34-"New York and Florida Express.* Daily Pullman Drawing' Boom
hot days: .want. the men to.come.without ID EXPENSES $'.109: LIMITED NUMBER of FREE SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. f
coats or-even collars. Nog. 29 and "Washington and Florida Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Boon
m Session opens Sept.26th 1905. For free catalogue address Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. fNo.
dress'as it Is
"If we use keeping. men
arid women away from God, as they I. COCKRANE HUNT, President.rCrrviii 30
l : 'Through The Land of the SJ.: ." l P
say it is, you and I can do great evangelization t='t=== rrrrrr-r =i -Dally. I [kiily.
:; In Des Molnes. If it will E 753 P Lv.Jacksonville Fla.--._...._...k_.,.___._________....So.Ry. AI. -I tat---s1215a
this Lv.Savannah. .,_.____.__..__--.______-:_._______-So.Ry. Ar. .50.
bring more:people about; altar 600 a Ar. Columbia, S. ..---_____:________.___________._._SO. Ill': Ly. lIS a
will preach in my shirt sleeves." E., L. BRADY & BRO.,. 150 pAr, Asheville. N.C------_______...--...-..........._.- o.R7 Ly. 413 P
T Mr. McConnell followed his talk,upon i 237 pAr: Hot Springs, N. ..-_______________-"_.___._____.___ By. Ly. 12-3.
-., the subject of'dress'by personal visits 600 P Ar. Knoxville Tenn.u_.___._____...._______.__&. Ry. Lv. 933 a
- ; ; to ''members'of his flock, making Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products. 8\13 a Ar. Cincinnati Ohio------------------------------------Q. .t C. Lv. 8'5-1t

urgent requests of: them to modify We handle produce'of all kinds. rWe are agents for Mapea'Fertilizers. We deal exclusiTclj Nos.29 and 30-Pullman Drawing Room and Buffet Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and
r their Sunday clothes. They have taken in the above lineS of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write ns for prices 01 St. Louis, daily. _
kindly to' his- suggestions.Only the Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. ,E. L. BRADY & BRO..TITuSVILLE.Fit
Yo. 13 Between acb Dvm aud 'North and f
Wut. So.
plainest gowns are now seen, and men _I Ut
frequently_ attend without coats. Inconsequence "AGONER c C.,>> ----__ 745 P Lv. Jacksonville, N. k -____________________,____Ar.t 93.) &____
hU congregation is grow- ------ 3 00 a Ar. Macon, So. Ry-------_ ,___________________-Lv. 213 .i'__, __
ing larger.. Staple and Fancy Groceries Hay, Pr thi'ceof'allhinds --_____S 52() a Ar.Atlanta, So.Ry.- ---.______....___ 1100 p'__.__
------- 9.45 a Ar. Chattanooga, So. B ___________ ___________ i 15 P---!
W "I found, said 'the pastor in commenting : ------- 740 p Ar'CinciuDati, & _____________ '830x_____
I* upon the attitude of the labor- VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY ------.-,j840 P Lv. Cincinnati. Big Four Route_______________-Lv. -'710 a'.-____
ing classes "a general complaint 71O a Ar. Chicago, Big Four Route___ .... -Lv. 830 pi \
T1tusv:1: I : orlc1a. ::::==:I :" -.=:::- -- !=
among them that they could not afford .------i 835p LvCSneinnatt. Penn Lin &_____________.____\r. 643s.............
r to dress as do .other members of my =-=::'I..710. a A1' Chicago, Pena. Lin ___________.-_______Lv. 8-W pfJ !___._
congregation and-were abashed to appear ----__ 845 p Lv. Cincinnati, e,H.& D-Monon________________ 740ar7 :=
in simpler gown =I_ 23 a A1'.Chicago.. c. H. & D.- _______________ 90 rIp --..- :
"There Is something inspiring about ------- 9 45 Lv. Cmcinnati C. H. &; D-Mich. Ct-nL______ 700 f_______ _
520 a Ar.Toledo C. H.& D.-lich. ______
------- ('ent- Lv. 1140
the I clothes of the laborer.Christ's .
rough The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co. uuu_ 725 a Ar. DetroIt, C. H. &; -Mich. Cent--.__-Lv. 1000 pr.--- .
apostles were workingmen. ------j 8 30 p L v. Cincinnati: P enn. L. -_____--_______________ 6 30 a---f1 f-___
He moved among the poor the groves =1 555 a Ar. Pittsburg Penn_Lines___________________Lv ( 813 p':1___...O'1 .,
were his temples and, his preaching 930 Lv.('incinnati Four...... ..
Pr -------1 p Big -- --.?_..--_... : 8 W a1 :==
was in the simplest manner. ==== II 45 a. A1' Cleveland, Big Four. ______._.__________.Lv. 930 P' .

"It seems to me it is only fitting that MACHINE SHOPS ---.--1 530 P Lv. Lexington, So. 8y-....-- _..___, ____________Ar. 1043.,_=_. ..-_
Lt when people come to worship him they ------ 810 pAr. Louisville So J--.-' .?--.- L7 40 al. .: r
--------------- -
should all place themselves.on a level ------- 7 3'2 a Ar. ."t. Louis. So..Ry__.______._______.___..__. _Lv. 101 0 P'----,

at least in so simple a matter as Nos. 13 and 14-The Florida Limited." Daily Solid Day
Vestibule Train Through
clothes." Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS' Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati.

No. 5' No. 13 Between Jacksonville and Kansas City. No. 14 No.8

h- HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS, _uu.. 745 p52Qa JacksonTille Fla, So. By.--...----_____________Ar.. I 9 35 a I___
What Japan Demanded and What ......_ Ar. Atlanta; Ga., So. By------__________ __Lv. 111! 50 p __
Ramda Granted. I -..---- 12 OF a Ar. Birmingham. Ala, So., By.-------__._________LT. | 405pj ...-.
-----__ 805 p Ar. Memphis,Tenn. Fnsoo .. __ .
These the demands made the .Lv.-- 8 15 ___
,: are by Agricultural Implements _______ 40 Ar. Kansas -- ---K. -- --* j a u
t a City, Mo., FHSI.-O..-------.---______ Lv. I 630 PI _____

Russia Xos. 13 and 14-The Florida Limited." Daily.


+"-*** First-The recognition of the preponderating ..C.LU8K District Passenger Agent,108 Welt Bay: Street.Jacksonville,
11V interest of Japan in Korea. C.H.ACKERT.GM. W.B.TAYLOE.G.P.A.

This was agreed to by the Russians. S. B.HARDWICK P.T.M. BROOKS '!UIUU' ...... .
T U&UUU4. A G r.A.
Second.The"I1cuation of lanchuria -----
.. .. --
I ti ., ,. -
-- -- -- -
------ --
by the Russian and Japanese TBEBridgeport

-, s. forces This was agreed to by the Russians, .OF SEA .ROUTES. The MotiIt

who occupy two-thirds of the territory. QU'EEN
Third.-Transfer by Russia to Japan

of the leasehold of Uautong peninsula. .
tl which includes Port Arthur and Daluy.

This f'ourth.-'l'he was agreed return to by to the China Russians.of the Merchants & Miners Trans. Co's that Motes !

civil administration of Manchuria.This -
was agreed to by the Russians. STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN -k -
Fifth.-The concession of Sakhalin -

island' by the Russians the Japanese stands alone for elliciencyand

military forces occupying it by force of strength.It .

Russia refused and compelled the has plenty of metal and it is

Japanese to return to'them one-half of Connections for- where it does the most good.It ;
. + the island.
: Sixth.-Transfer to the Japanese by Washington New York and Boston. is perfect in design and work

Russia without compensation of all manship.

docks magazines and military works Everything means
I at.Port Arthur and Dalny.Aaai Through tickets on sale at prineipal points. .. RA send for catalogue.Bridgeport .

of luomaia. Accommodations and cuisine unsurpassed. ." l-I T i Him-,
Indigestion nearly always distorts the

sleep more or leas and is often the cause H. C. VERY, Com'l Agent, Jacksonville. Machine & Motor Co.,
ft? of inmmnia. Many cases have been

permanently: cured-by Chamberlain's J.C.WHiTIETMY.P.4T.l., L P.TQRI! R. G. P. A., Bridgeport Conn.
Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale by

Bed Cross Pharmacy. QEREBAL OFFICES: BALTIMORE,ID. I F. N. HITCHCOCK & CO.,Agents,Tit.niUeFlorida. ".


; $ l

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>' ,. :" :. .. ..::J 1- CoAtrutlun" ittyrb / .. New Methodist Hym <8oek.tjjtbe .-** < : .:

.. .,.'' :...' : .. .''. <_l. : : :. ;,"..:. .: j. \ I '" '.;, ;J ( I : ;InrAakingpuDllc! the report5 \: Methodlst'Eplscoparhnrrhes' t or ;2
commission ning tiie L.
Keep cone
; <' : \" t..i&E fi ; throughout ,the country-a'n1otSetaIly f ;:- '
_. -. :. .. -\ 1'I tt d 1tf.. chase?ot"Y tans{ n''mODbtype';'machinery sanctioned hymn; book ,has_,just\gone'J; ; .7 .

far;jib*-government printing office thepreideut Into general use.. It. contains more, 'F :>

:?t"J9'.h,) ";: .NifJ'l':: : ... idi. ;approved' ,.of .the. :finoings" "-. In_ than'800: hymns'some ot which..were T? '

.... III.P j favor:9f; letting..the,contract" .stand, say- written by .authors wuovwerenever. -F-
; .... ." .:::. -- '., : '. .: a.;::: .: = .. .', big; there is,no question as to the validity known as religious writers. Among
. '
: > ;;: "@ :..'. : .. : ,"i0 '.Si" : .. '
: ; .-;.-.. : '... _.,' ,i ", .... : ..# ;;: of the contract: He. rebukes sharp them are Walter Scott; John Hay., R.if I
c. : t' .' ." '. .. ., .. I 1 "" ., 'f. ., .; ; > for having Gilder Rudyard=
:.. :- : :::- : '. .I t, f r. ,\ 1, ;. ; "" ::.. "_ t lythjt3Iergentiuiler'cjDaDpanj; < W. and: : Kipling. Manyof
. : preferred the,charge:of corruptionin the hymns. are: ,by Fanny Crosby

j;:Eilf'1:: 1 :f ::, tci: : 'connection with this: contract, 'sayIng the blind authoress. ,By!far the greater
: : ,, >
: that;,evidence. was produced In number are' still credited to Wesley

-,:. i .'. "'" -.tfrj 't. .,.-,',,\:,!:,, .i> ... ., .'. ;:+ S i' ;"? ..::;rtt--, -I support ,of, the ,charge and that the and'Watts. S.. #
'....!;':-. "-:'" : M:' \ l to i.tW
."- ... :. rfiiiiL U'. 4'tIM'. I. 'Korway's'- cult courtaii, "p. tiag-Mr.dboorefrom ', for making: in a formal commonJ-

'<.::c.". ,....' ",_.: '.a 'I -,-0'-..T''T; -!.ei>.&g: ggSS4Si: : '! t-.\ the o ttier ;+conditions, : using t&teor, ray: 'other'in> cation'to":.the'president' of the United I MISCELLANEOUS I '
: .
: '
hltraisatt resumption of warlikealktrougt Iteenedixrt: Similar"proceedings are
:. : ftt f "- I ; States as a basis for official action on.
> ''- *' : ;, I Noryayj Nevertheless now jg fitoresa.agatnst ,bthet'owneriof
: : telsesroraihfanchu : his p itHe that baseless '
:' j > says a
: ._ .. Champion.
", dintI1 the ; unlicensed' unlicensed
judg> conference can Many
'.. ... t\- ."\'iiae1a t'vuinspend charge of corruption second only to .Battling Nelson of Chicago knockedout a
." < ;; > ih9Wd jnake 4ui'official report automobiles are In use.In this country. .
,-- r
.. .,a.t/ 3s yada..f, ','- ,. corruption 'a public officer In point ; tt
;-.. ...._. .trimmy Britt of San Francisco In
', v.- \o._ i Tariff Wa; littiana's Auditor Difaufo. But for the of '
ot1n1qu1q. charge corruption
csr'taCan1ses4f the San-
fIs t"t"m _
.. ..,_,, _, eighteenth round,at Francisco,
w'.-:' '; f r.fag: tar th.'a Melt: ,conveyed'to'President -D. rid' ;;:E., Sherrick,. 'auditor of IIKd'aa.i he.would have been In favor of notwithstanding-that Britt .outclassed
o ce *( ; :
,: :
< ,Boo vet In M.Wltte Czar canceling the 'contract The commission
O., .. I.tJD Y.-oyJ'ida''I''J .. person ; has resignedblsofceondonrand : him in boxing. Nelson thus earned the ,, '
_'"" '. <. ; ." "';' > nM"-.wut" ;. 'v"'-:'nllfJdm'. +'<.:. : Nicholas". .;;.gave-- .. notice..;.,.,:that he. had or- oGovemor'U&Dler; who'brand takes exception to the course pursued title of the, lightweight ,champion of .

-,-if"".. ": QY'6a-:l-; .- .. mwins g n jfn4 ifce4iacoatinuanc >.ofall aiscdmInating ed him as a defaulter. to the extent of by Mr; Palmer In negotiating the the world. .t

"A-c." .:, .: .'\.;";.., .tUrtesto.." 1. arrange. .duUes"on ":dmeTICanxproductarhi&hed'b6 $145,000. The state 1*secured by.Sher- contract'from the house of Mr..: Dove, *. "

.',.riE'j', '.-",..'w-! .. '. ',.;,-.\, ''l.# lf.'II11t"," ia*laid several years ago rlck's bond. E president of the Lanston company. The Accident, -f
." ,_?,.."": !;.. '.., ;< .. .. Ib. e7apat '.- l In!t Ktastojiie&ct oftenn4erstandingbf ; TtxansDrivt Out Nogroov commission finds that two Important The ,Japanese battleship.Mikasa, To., ',=

'. './jtf". ., -- : the most favored natlonclauae.'Thei assistants of the public printer were go's,flagship during the war with Bus astn
: '
P. : .tJ..:.",:. ..! Te;WT iTiC:1k; A number of{recent crimes..agamit
t ; "" rY ayajs; believed tbbeJlrst.. an indirectly Interested In the Lanston caught fire,att night while at an,
"W: ,, d a'.... "' still kept from of"\ white women by 'negroes In the cotton chor Sasebo sunk
: oS 1 expression thanks for -America'ssbare'In'5the company, their wives being stockholders. in harbor raw; with :,
;f: 'h P'ltq"Itb..the peace peace. negotiations, and, growing counties' of Texas is given as ., It believes that both Lanston and all on board after ,her magazine bad .

J:: ;, the :?J.isPt.OrtJA positions| of ,mtit"2 the whites to drive out the
1-e the traditional friendship between, the among poor work and are needed In the gov. at the time. '

":oS -. :/Qeneralipvonosky ,was. app United StateS"and Russia.|f entire,negro population.,;This decree* ,U ernment'prtDt1ng office. The purchase The Rand powder mlll at Fair, .

'...:!_:H :. tor" :tilt B' ='UJ'1 and.theannissigned V.n '"*--*? wasjtbrough,M, :Wltte himself,. as being carried out ruthlessly by a band of forty-five Lanstons for specificationwork I chance, 'Pa., Including tent. buildings. ,'

''''''f > ,'. -" minister: .of finance In 1897; that a 30 of White Caps notwithstanding the appeals without any test of the MergeD blew 'up.- killing twent- ve employees.

.' Y; 1)f' Y. .'.Pitms. -". Rwwmlnatsd.**"fv I per cent Increase was laid on Am'er of cotton planters for exceptionto thaler. is described as maladministration. The worst accident In the history of '
{ ',of :Modea-t ;iWtr be made In favor of negro la '
,- a fcfln-st!el response good New York's elevated railroad occurred

:1l j!.In :notlAed' Jt liaent.]1'alma*hat to tbe'countervallingy; on borers. Many of the planters 'are suffering ; Fight Against. Canal Awards. when a downtown train on Ninth avenue s .

TJ is. been renomniated' for the presl** Russian.sugar Imposed by this country arreat'106s' want. of'..cotton .which was switched unexpectedlyInto
: >_' >i:!'.. '-. *.-) Chairman Shonts of the Panama canal ,
'.! ftC'f. In tc- under the1. :: Dingley. tariff law of thatyear" pickers, and they:are. arming their la-. commission In announcing the Fifty-third street through some
"' BIN borers for defense against the Whit
award of contracts for feeding and caring error of signals, u yet unexplained.
M sl t1 ;i":. ',..' :that the work Caps.: An t-ffort .Is being made to,tm
} k for canal employees to J.:E. Mar- was derailed. The second car tumbled {
-pJ'tii f''the. )reTolu'
l ) Mexican labor.
: .t :tion has 'Dot. I EXECUTIVE I port kell of Omaha, Neb., has encountered off the structure into the street >;
"i ,; Chicago's Blackmailing 9yndicaie. the charge of collusion from two un. and the third formed a bridge to the
done, because --
H The attempt of a woman calling herself successful New .York bidders. These window of an adjacent building. Eight
1"f- fr .the ,revo'lutlon General Wood Reports Progress.Condition .
.. .," : Minnie Lee Ivers Lawrence to get firms said that the western concern persons were killed immediately and i

f y<;i- -- model sought a In ,the d department of Mindanao money from Governor Herrick of Ohio used their menus word for word and four others died of their Injuries, while y .

'. '1,.JLfi1A.f. ......:0...;:"''.".,! ,',. In..which republic rlgbbsntaed.Iu the southern part of the Philip with the tale of unacknowledged asked ,that the award. be held up and forty or fifty others were maimed.
5- ". ;ra? Pt identPi1maX:;'''''' be pine Islands;have charged for the bet. child has led to ,her exposure as. the investigated. The concession is to run The motorman fled, and the signalman t
e %r$ ; >>
} report Of Major General Leonard blackmailers. It that .
; < thotltteaIbouid be respected, and In appears .a cost of $50,000,000 in the boarding employee.

a, IVhk1 the"utof' tbo tnajority abouldbe's }Wood Slav catching and stave hold- during her various operations this:woman of government workmen on the Under the personal direction of King ,
,' -f.' : lug;among tbe'Moros liin''pr et eauy had become prominent In Chicago
isthmus. groom
/ oeDtQiS. jy 'rillf TU' Moderate For and board a rate Victor engineers are constructing temporary {
; .
t party platform; U adopted? In the recent ceased/and obedience to the constituted society as ,a person of respectability will be fixed at $36 a .month, and laborers shelters for thousands of destitute -
", la the rule although and wealth and that one,of her daughters
convention.favors the continualueot .1.1J authorities becoming: will pay $12 a month for table people rendered homeless by the
r f the,American reciprocity treaty! torJl Datto All, the outlaw, is still at had married; wealthy clubman board. Mr. Markell will have free"use recent earthquakes In southern Italy t

!;> at.least five years. H- large! :.with a few' followers... The gen- lamed William T. Foster. Mrs. Law of I the government refrigerating plant which were far more disastrous than tat

pral dye that a number of officers and rence appears to have obtained large and ice factory at Colon. first reported. Subscriptions have

#if Civil.War In Caucasus. men have been killed In suppressingthe credit for year'b1 .convincing people The president promptly approved of been taken up throughout Italy to aid
$: ? ,:The racial conflict between the Tuff that she member of t
} was: a an .aristocratic
the the
fanatical. uprisings among award to Markell on the ground the survivors. The government pre-
t;; tars:and ,Armenians)of the. Caucasns of
: ; : English family wealth.
Moros. but that these disturbances are that the latter is far better equippedby pared to relieve distress from famine
A :region In southeastern Russia.nas continued .
fjf : growing less frequent, as the fanatics experience as a railroad caterer It was estimated that 450 were killed
to spread, and the.whole region
# have suffered great losses I SCIENTlflCl. than the rival bidders. and 1,000 injured In some of the villages
:- Is In the throes of civil war. as yet unchecked

itt. \, by-the government The pro To Reorganize Forest Service.: Machine Ticket Withdrawn.'The all the houses were In ruins. \1I

:''-, prletori'of the "oil wells have asked for Secretary Wilson has decided to ask The New Mosquito Killer. entire Philadelphia ticket named Deaths "VJ.

-rt;<. re-enforcements. the czar's troops. congress to organize the forest service i Dr. J. A. White of the marine hospital several months ago by Boss Durham Henry Slade, the famous slate writing

R ,'., This/ in4aatcles .at Baku have been on a permanent basis the various reservations service announced officially that and ratified by the machine conventions medium, died In a Michigan BaD!

;.r}. obliged to use' coal Instead of oil but having passed over to the the new mosquito exterminator knownas was formally withdrawn under tarium.

.this Is difficult owing to the damage to department agriculture July 1. All culicide discovered by Dr. Mime tue powerful Influence of the reform Patrick A. Collins, mayor of Boston "

I+;: railroads:The Tartars began proclaim foresters are to'wear. a uniform of chemist for the New Orleans Board of I movementThe died at Virginia Hot Springs

f"1; :" ing:a holy war, and massacred Armenians drab or green khaki, flannel shirts and health would be adopted by the government : total number of voters In the

"'if.. ;' Irrespective of age or sex. Three gray felt hats with a three inch brim. This disinfectant Is composed I city, according to the canvass now Beautiful Women. ,

;f<:' '. A'JiaBdred were killed In a village named Within a year the government forest of equal parts of carbolic acid complete is 338,960, a decrease of Plump cheeks, flushed with the soft

1. ':a ,Mlnd ,end, It.was. reported that Prince will amount to over 100,000,000 acres., and gum camphor, but must be han 33,810 as compared with the May can- glow of health and a pure complexion,

f )::, :Loutf:;Bonaparte bad! been appointed The secretary says that the government dled with extreme care owing to its vass. make 2.11 women beautiful. Take a small '
dose of Herbine after each meal it will
; geternoe"of the province In place of character. ;
In this "has explosive Not
y ;, managing area gone Bryan a Candidate, and e
prevent constipation help' digest!
Worontsoff, resigned. Thousands of into the lumber business." Hence the Now Facts About Pnoumonia. During an outburst of enthusiasmthat what have eaten. Mrs. Wm. M. w

J-;: t, ; 7ople'iere rendered homeless andr. necessity of having the rangers and The medical commission composed of greeted W. J. Bryan at Chicago's Stroud yon, Midlothian, Tex., writes, May 31,

> scarcity of Mood added .to the horrors'if" supervisors bonded. But it is expectedthat such doctors as Janeway and Hiss of Jefferson club banquet Mr.Bryan took 1901:' "We have used Herbine in our .

.t'...:.:,,0 of the' situation.apansee. IT with scientific handling to prevent New York, Osler of Baltimore, Theo occasion to say that he was not only Family for eight years, and found it the

,l-' ., Opposition lMid.. wholesale cutting and to avoid fires bald Smith of Boston, Mueser of Phil- not announcing, but that be was not >est medicine we ever used forconstipa- '.

j1" { .-, Following the declaration ofmirttalf the new growth will more than replacean permitting, his candidacy for any office. ion: bilious fever and malaria. Sold by
several Red Cross Pharmacy and Eau Gallie. t "
:;'" .law : t;Tokyo and the. publication of annual cutting worth $2,000,000 or He believed that his place La history Pharmacy, Eau Gallie, Fla. '
;;;y;, c the terms:,of the peace treaty ttolence morel New'York board of health last Octoberto would be determined not by what .

ceased. NevcrtbefeisB has made Its the people were able to do for him but
\,'. by .Japanese populace dismissed Fer Marrying.; Investigate pneumonia G.a.js r Q xi x.A..

;;:" :,. political opposition continued, President! Roosevelt has dismissed first report for the publication knownas by what be was gels

:J""" .'"''''' and there was talk of the cabinet resigning from the service Inspector Lawrence Experimental Medicine, published able to do for the t2lii1'lIooghl .

tL'" ; but the mikado' ordered the Brown: of the Interior'department for under the auspices of the Rockefeller people. He hoped of ,
retain their posts. The Institute of Research. According to that within the
?! ., ministers to ; having married a chorus girl in an opera
J, officials express regrets for the attacks company at Guthrie, Okla., at mId. this report, it lane, longer to be ques next three years

;: ) : .' on Christian churches, which they say night a few hours after he had met her Honed that the disease of pneumoniais a Democratic -LOW RATES-

t':; were the result of local conditions and for the first time. due to micro organisms and that con- candidate wouldbe -FOE-

/:, :...'- do Dot't Indicate. serious antiChristianfeeling. tagion must be the result of communi- found who SPECIAL OCCASIONSVIA

:'t", The leader'of the opposition la cation direct or Indirect from one human would do more

;'tt/. .I .. Count Okuma," former. premier, who I LEGAL-CRIMINAL I being to another. The conclusion for the party than i
W. J. Bryan.
,,.,t.-.- ....f .,,, heads'the progressive party. !Is also that these diseases of 'the respiratory Qe nad Hb sub- SOUTHERN RAILWAY

't 1 : Taft Seethes the Chin... Laiuton SUM M rg nthaUr. organs should be to a greater ject was "Democracy Versus Central-
Two-Trains Daily East, Leave Jack
or less extent preventable. The organ- ization. lIe thought that In devisingits
; of War Taft was The Lanston Monotype Machine com- '
: While Secretary sonville
i 9:10 a. m., 7:55 m.
.Y Isfeis of pneumonia are present to t remedy for the trusts his party
chose contract to furnish type
( C. pany :
: : :.representative' Chinese who have sympathized machines for the government printing large extent in the organs of healthy should resolutely oppose every attemptto JJII OR AtianticC Sty, X. J", and return. ;-
authorize a national incorporation I lJTr U On sale limited Oct 31
persons. This increases the difficultyof ; ,
,y.'? ,, ;' with the' anti-American boycott conferred office baa just been sustained by the i
:. with him and suggested certain president, with a rebuke for its rival, prevention. The report finds that in for trading or manufacturing enterprises 1905. ..

r'f; :' changes In our exclusion laws so as to the Mergenthaler Linotype company, the last twenty years, during,which and that the power( of the state $6' yfj Bar Harbor, Maine, and re
the general death rate of New York over business done within its borders .
.';"" exempt business assistants and make has brought action for libel against the turn. On sale daily; limited '
,,' -' .. company and its presi- has fallen off 25 per cent, the death should ribt be impaired. lIe was gladto Ort. 31, 1903.
certificates-final evidence oft Mergeothaler i
..:; : consular
; see the growing popularity of the
rate from diseases has increased
Identification; also for Improvement Inft dent, Philip T. Dodge, on account of 100 initiative and referendum.The $6'10| Saratoga Springs, N. Y., and i
cent. In
'the detention sheds .In America. Mr. a letter written by Dodge to President over per a special dinner in return. On sale daily; limited ..
was given anticipation -
:s Taft promised to bring these proposals Roosevelt In June last It is charged report Dr. Hiss says that practicallyevery Oct. 31, 1905.
of Mr. Bryan's departure for Eu-
person acts as host at some timeor
t.::l'"-':;:'..' before the attention, of the president' that this letter contained various false other to these microbes and that the rope. H Q7 DO Washington, D. C., and, return- .;;
Alice Roosevelt with a number statements about the Lanston concern (JO I Limited Oct. 31 1905. .
Ups ,
rf4 ,
from the mouth of Lincoln Raises Standard.At .
germs a healthy Party
of which that the contract
2 of army officers and ,tourists, arrived chief was .
\ person are as fatal when Injected Into ,Two Trains Dally West Leave Jacksonville
ass at Peking;and the president's daugh- with the government "was made cor- a preliminary meeting of Inde- !
white mouse as those from I at 7:45 m., and 7:55 m. fI
a a severe pendent Republicans from all partsof p. p. .
and in violationOf
itt ter/:became the guest of the dowager ruptly, clandestinely I J
at the summer palace. the law" and that several of the case of pneumonia.! The way in which Pennsylvania at Philadelphia a 816() t OJ Chicago, HId! return. On at ;;

f } ) empress public printer's assistants had at the the germs reach the lungs Is not yet state organization, to be known as the gale daily Limit Oct. 31, 190- )l

Filibuster Sunk In Baltic. understood. The germs are able to live Lincoln party, nominated William H. a .
time a stock interest in the Lanston Dining Cars. Service a la Carte.
/-o!..:\ 'auutan'officials at Helslngfors, Finland company contrary, to law. The suit, in dry saliva and thus might be Berry the Democratic candidate for ... 4 't
the discovery of a se breathed in as dust, but they die withinan Sleeping reservations and detailed .
p., reported Is brought for$'' ,000half from the state treasurer, in order to make most (
t> { cret'depot of arms and the wreckingof hour under direct action of the sun- effective the popular opposition to information cheerfully furnished upon '
and half from Dodge. .
company Passenger office .
application. 108 West
: of mysterious steamer In that vicinity. light or diffused daylight
; = a, Plummer the candidate of the regular .
Bay street, Telephone
)}, r'" The vessel's name had been UnliecnMd Auto Enjeined.lThat Peary.Having Trouble Republican party organization. An appeal J. C. LI>K, Dist. Pa..s. At., }
Association of Licensed Au-
k :' painted pot, but she flew the American Captain Bartlett of Peary's arctic was issued to the citizens of the Jacksonville, Fla.

, < flag and It was supposed that a party tomobile Manufacturers has taken a steamer Roosevelt In a letter dated at state specifying the growing corrup- of ,.
r5 : bringing aid to the revolutionarynoYement firm stand to,uphold the rights of the
were, the Penrose-Durham
Etab, north Greenland said that the tion practiced by HOLLISTER'S ,
'. Finland. A bomb wult SeWen patent la Indicated by the recent -
g 1 boilers of the steamer were not working organization in the name of Repub Mountain Tea :
;:',: thrown at the governor of Finland on test case brought against W. J. satisfactorily and that the ship had licanism. Indorsement was also given Rocky Nuggets .
but did not explode Moore, the New York owner of an imported A Busy Medioiae for Easy Feopl.
!llJ. the same day, grounded In North Seas bay, but was to Justice Stewart for the supreme
Qolcha Health and Renewed
; Brings Vigor.A .
Martini had
cad for he
I i::: :. a hN9wlplfLtrriala.; : which refloated without damage. Ice floes court and the other Judicial candidates.O.a."rOn.A. SDPCI.IC for Constipation( In,1ile tJon. Live
license. Selden
to obtain The
, .} Tb conference of Swedish and 'Norwegian a were unusually heavy for tills season. and Kidney, Piniplw. Ec/enn, Impun
patent claim!:;to control the principle.! : Blood Bad Breath. .Sluseish BoeU ea.dachaand
I ftr }, deeg:utes,at Karlstad, Sweden, Baclurbi. Ifs M
; combustion Yoa Hare Always Boggftt : Rocky Tea in tab.
>k iiireached a serious deadlock owing to of internal by which all He who believes that seeing is believing Burs do let form :ii crests a box. Gcu'jia made by
.' gasoline cars are propelled. The case is the brick ra Y# HOLLISTER r'.-''G C'>MPAST, Malison,XVU.
f. > the''Swedlsb't 1ststence upon having the II' one gold .promoters like 7F.ary .
.- '; 5- Norwegian. ''frontier forts- demolished. 113 now decided in favor of the associa- to do business with. GOLDEN N; ;CZTS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE

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_." :', ...1"... & 't -. .: ; yX.. F5-*& && attack a the Oongreaman White:mattermight
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: ):i,'._'tse.dearbtnaiitlond'd aeiiDer prove., 'j/the imdsrabon,,of Dr>'
1"yiitui M ble>> for
'W? tThz '
> Hartman stands,it is:'highly probable
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\'i4li./d h '''-. ;, -',- "" .- ''F'U'--' ,: .."-,",, -' .,<< that:Mr Bok
' ;FQr2',\ ii"r':1 HERE'S' yO,i',,,'''OPPOUUNITY.'- -"'- by, ;pablibJDgajetractioa.Bok's j /' -S :-4

.- .""? ,,..,ti't... ''''< ." .... ,j '* drive at theiydiaPlnkhitncoinsiaay'retu'qutteimoaing. f y.
4 r -' ; 1Jadag Ibc- of October ire propose .
.ta aced 1M Star ash seek to a spuisllyr He 'printed JrL: .Q;
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.'sekettd.lift of.;' ;rat'ti. diccJ 1 Jimala Alftone;cat of, Lydia Pinkham'a lomb-. ? -:",- t 1:
t 1iviJI'IiJ( '
_..... { rite .IOrtberb-'" and,.wets,tattsj.-.hO&aft: ) ..1 stone (showing date of her burial :some jlli :- !.: '$. ...

: ,:1,.. -: 'f, fi"S'. ''' .-.;;-" s.thiEut. 22'yews ago):right alongside of 'Lydia -' '- ..

t 1 Coa wttk probabl InUntioaTbcat ,. -
*, .. _
', a Pinkbam adgertisement of the present
fl -
"j'.,.,J.; (, mate... : name arc.all_ ;in accn \.ol ,
:; .t rpa ttfoUr malliac lid, year wherein it was stated in words>to t

-l. Florida :who the that ladies could secure" the ad. ff
:. $,tf \ .. .extend to the people_of &vc effect -
: ; property ttty Wilh to d poIe of afUe of. vice of Mrs..Pinkham,.even now,22 years

1l1- .portwniry to ad verU&'.tbt umtinanua- alter her death: Perhaps she practices Mas. M. BIUCItR.. -I 1 fA NDORGA
:aa'that :will flaei;:an advertisement bi; !
i his spiritualistic way through a clair 99 Eleventh Street
-!- of-t 'their property lint before a class of people 1 s'
Milwaukee, Wis. ]
: voyant. However, ,.we' have not as yet
. did"u e lootintadds-ward. ,
"A abort time ago I found fry ctudfttoa -
.J.f ,Tewittacce: nuaJ er of advertisements noted any action oh the part of the Pink- very serious. had hctlc!
. r 'for losertiba in'':The Star for hAl company to institute'a suit for damages pains la the buck, sad frequent" dizzy "

. : A Utetc fool,weeks to October at'the specially spells which, grew worse everyrrorltby .
the Curtiss Publishing -
against cow I trie fi two remedies before Pfruas,
> f.- .' ... low rate 015.__per irord for the" '"eatiremogthi tad ws discouraged when I took t '
For sale the
: by
'" : J.yPq( ;b 1daftabk property, pany. WWOW. the first duet' but my couN e.sacs ,
M M (
f eitbagimprova} or mintpreycd,,and wish -- returned la less than two mouths z :
f Panama Canal restor ."Mrs. AL. '
as a Blessing.Can my health was
iif" to dtfpoie.of II, h i:.yoiiif. opportunity toadvertiieiU INDIAN RIVER' r ri.
; z the accomplishment. of a vast en Brtckncr. t.c .
No ad. inserted for Jes than .
r ttt/ '
: The of failures to
reason so
gineering feat prove a blessing to men many
;;. $..00.) Get the copy for yew ad. in'early, held in bondage '? This question is answered cure:cases similar to the above is the .
x (t by the close of the present month U''possi. fact that diseases '
in the a' Costa'Rican : < .x
affirmative by
', .ble;'so as'to ,secure the .full',' four insertions FEMALE TROUBLE peculiar' to the MUSICLLEHOUSE 4 !
merchant who claims. that.what NOT RECOGNIZED
.. .
% / fa October. -' sex are :
>> ; ,
Lincoln.did for will :
-- slavery .heaecom- ;
iiv not .
commonly .
": : '1- plished in Central America by the I catarrh .- ,
coi recognized as being caused by ; c .- ..,
: y.:4, .. ,,There,is a notion somewhat prevalent structlon of'the Panama .canal The Catarrh of one organ is exactly the ... '.. -

._ ".; ,that a license issued by the county com shackles, he declares will, be knocked ama as catarrh of any other organ. ;='.
off thousands of peons, who are men What will cure catarrh of the head will ;
; f: m'issioners to rri"a pietol\ entitles the ;
devoid of interest in the present and 'of also cure catarrh of' the pelvic organs.
.t holdetto\ carryhe; hope'in the future.Resembling Feruna cures these cases simply. because ,J>;,
'. i This is a mistake and such supposition human pack horses, they it cure the catarrh. f
If have catarrh write at once to
\ is .liable-to., lead, someone into. ,trouble. till the soil and. grub in, mines. Whole you full statementof f '
'*" *" 1 Dr.Hartman, flying a
"J-:; fT -
1-t The law against carrying concealed weapons families.of peons are said to have ties.rr your case, and he will b. pleased to SAN MATED CIGARS'

known the word, "liberty." They ,are his valuable advice gratis.
; is exceedingly: strict and no licenses give you
: paid very little for their labor and are Address Dr. Hartman, President of '

,<4 s n be given,to.carry them. concealed.l A constantly in debt to their masters. As The Hartman Sanitarium,Columbus,0. Have Made a .

i fl' concealed weapon is one that is carried the canal will bring into Central America Reputationof -

i,. in such a,manner that the casual observer thousands of Investors from the Their Own. '

It has been held that United States, England and France,
t j would. .not see it., .
l'f when a pistol is not carried in holster' or the Costa Rican merchant,says labor ?. The success of the San Mateo Cigaris
will command and when the &
a price, of. the F
r in the hand, that if any part of it is con one greatest triumphsof .;
peons find it out they will cast off their the East Coast s ce'the freeze. "

sealed it-is a concealed weapon., old taskmasters and hire out with companies

, :' .1: .' where they can get something Made from the choicest. growths of tobacco that" the peninsula of Florida. and the

.' .; ':'': *. We take pleasure in announcing to the for their labor.If Island of Cuba can produce, and wrapped with the rich, silky leaf grown on East
to .. .Yankee skill, grit and money can Coast plantations] the cigar industry of the world has never produced a better article.
public th fCbl. Thos. 'J. L. Brown, president build the will be done, and Un For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union Newa Company.

I of the' ,State. Fair association'- at eleSam, will have another feather In RAN E on every train entering Florida.

f Tampa,,has reconsidered and withdrawn his cap as the emancipator of Central NS Twenty Sizes, Styles and Grades to select from.

ff-: his resignation from that position<< and i is America's poor deluded peons.

J: now determined to work harder. than ever l T Manufactured by S. W. ROWLEY, San Mateo, Fla.
Incredible BrumUt,. ..
i for the success of the great state fair to PLENTY OF MONEY
4 r It would have been incredible bmtaliti
Jj- !\ be held November 15th to 3Qtl\. Cot Chas, F. Lemterger, of Syracuse, N is lost by failure to insure. The thing to 5', "RUNS LIKE A CLOCK"

: .: Brown .has successfully managed the Y., hall not done the best he could for ask yourself is: "Can I afford to lose my -- -
1" his suffering son. ,"\fy boy," ,he says, house or business?" If the answer is yes,
'great Tampa Bay.hotel several years and "cut a fearful gash over his eye so I applied Davis Acetylene Gas Generator
Bucklen's .Arnica Salve which
although his bid was higher the propertywas .
quickly healed, it and, saved his eye." If the answer is no, then come and have
. I" 4 .recently leased by the. board _of public i if Good for burns and ulcers too. Only 25('. us make you a policy at once. It is the Feeds

f ;,(;' works of Tampa to other partie, mak. at Red Cross Pharmacy. .. only safe way to avoid the risk which
-- may you.Ve represent the best
.. log it necessary for 0>1;,'Brown to take NEW POPULAR MUSIC. and quickest settling companies in the !
a Lump
L-.4 up other business propositions in New country. ;
Silver Heels is the title to a' new In MORGAN & WALTON
F ," :. York. However., in view: of'the great diau intermezzo two'step just out, 'composed ; TrrcsviLtE ,

r t:* amount.of money already.spent- ;jn' -promoting by the author of Hiawatha. The FLORIDA. Carbide
first strain is an absolutely new them.
;. -jr:, the. fair. and in. viewontle'. further the kind that'people will whistle. Then ROBBINSQRAHAM 1 r

;.: er fact that hundreds of friends through- a few bars of real tom-tom Indian music Gas
> precedes an exquisite strain! such as Mor-
( 1-. i out the state have asked him to remain, et is famous for. Introductory price 25 & .A BRUSH WITH SAVAGESis

f : Col. Brown will do so and respectfully tvnta. a novelty. The higher the civilizationthe
y -
s Gloriana waltz is another CO. Yield
Septemberi ,
the number of brushes
l r X asks the entire state to Vive hearty support >ellt' with a very fascinating French strain (Incorporated Paid up Capita $35,000.00.;) Judging larger by the demand here our customers use.

t- '.'t to the movement. Everybody should which once heard will not be forgottenintroductory This company owns landsin have reached a high state of refine-
-:1'.,,) price 25 cents. the Indian River Country sell
ment. Every day and
feel an interest in and work for the sue. The new 8onk". 'In Dear Old Georgia. we more more Larger
: ,on the St. Lncie River, of these excellent
r :. cess of the fair.PEBUNA by the writer of In The Shade of the Old at New River and on Biscayne -
S_ Apple Tree, is making quite a hit as a Bay. BRUSHES, Acetylene the light of the future. It
i r. popular ballad. Introductory price 25 BATH BRUSHES (etc.) has past the experimental stage. Over
E PEOPLE AFTER BOK( cents. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.Send Perhaps the fine quality has had some- 100,000 generators in use in the United

: Suit has been entered against the Cur- The above new issues of music! can be for land list. thing to do with it-perhaps its the price. States. Cheaper than coal gas, electricity
(0.a supplied by the Indian Ri'erluic OFFICES Anyway, all purchasers are well pleased. or kerosene Every generator guaranteedto

4' tiss Publishing company,= the, publishers- House, Titusville. ,TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. RED CROSS PHARMACY, work satisfactory. Use for heating,

y : of the Ladies'' Home Journal, for $'.)0.* TITUSVILLE. I cooking and illumination.E. .

i 000 damages, by Dr. Samuel B. Hartman, Weekly Weather KepoK.P. The W. AMSDEN OKMOXD
S .8.DEPARTMENT: OF AGRICULTURE WJATB-: Alpine Cottage, J. L. MOBLEY Agent for the East Coaet
of Columbus, Ohio proprietor of the Per- KB BUREAU. Circulars and price list on application.
: ana Drug Manufacturing company. JCPITEE, FLA., Sept 261905. Under the management of Mrs. Kate TITUSVILLE, FLA.,

t t In the August issue of the Home Jour Comparative statement of temperaturesand Myers,. assisted by F. A. Lesley. Contracts for all kinds of Painting r Kal- U. :t-i::TH

r rainfall for the week finding Tuesday TITUSVILLE, FLA. somining, Staining, Finishing and PaperHanging
nal the declaration says that an advertisement 1905 1904 at the most reasonable price HASBROUCKSTARTS

of the Peruna'company contained DATE MAX. HIN. MAX. HIV Daily or Weekly Board. consistent with good workmanship.
.eJ Sept 20. 88 78 86 76
a testimonial from Congressman Geo. '' 21. 88 76 87 78 House Newly Furnished. Work anywhere on the East Coast

j E H.. While, of North Carolina. In the "u 23.22. 87 89 74 77 82 86 73 76 Everything First Class. Specially solicited. Let me know what STARTS GIVES EASIER GREATER, RUNS EFFK STEADIER IEXCV ,

next issue of the magazine, the declaration 24. 85, 74 83 72 Location yon want and get my estimate on it.
M : Hopkins street, near Julia.
25. 86. 73 84 75 Prompt attention given to all work. and uses LESS GASOLINE per horse
Gv alleges that the testimonial was reprinted 44 26. 85 74 84 76 power than any other engine made.

i !i- but with it was a signed denial inches.Total Departure rainfall rainfall for the for week.the week 3 56 1.23 LA POSADA EAST COAST MEAT MARKET Commercial We continually sizes S to demonstrate 300 horse this.power.

from Congressman White that he had G. DUMB Special Light High Speed sizes from
ti =a Departure rainfall since Jan. lst,1905 minus Agent,
given the testimonial to the medicine 0.58 inches. A PLEASANT FAMILY HOTEL 20 to 250 horse power.
r # company. This denial, Dr. Hartman, al- Official in Charge.A St Augustine, Florida = Florida and Benj. W.%Jerome,

leges, was secured .through a misunderstanding Convenient Union Depot
: as Congressman White. it. .. .is Remedy Without Peer. and all points of interest : : WesternYeats STATE AGES,
e \ "1. find Chamberlain's Stomach and WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. '
L Lass r stated in the declaration' signed the original Liver Tablets more beneficial than any Beautifully Located and Open All.the-Year

i" testimonial.. other remedy I ever used for stomach RATES : Also State Agent for
trouble," J. P. Klote of Edina
ears Mo.
Mr. Bok, as editor of the Ladies' Dome For any disorder of the stomach, biliousness $1.50 and $2.00 per day. SEW LOIDOIEOTOR

Journal. .. ,'published a retraction some few or constipation, these Tablets are and Special rates to families of all Kinds COMPUY'STWOCYCLE
without a peer.. For sale,by Red' Cross permanent guests ::: MOTORS
,Si 'months.ago of a former article, that ap- Pharmacy. Mrs. C. Gould Proprietress t"
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> />reId'of Athletic'ReformBecfnt ; /' ; has done, remarkable work in this respect Feminine Age Limit. A Step Toward Real Friendship.The The czar's suggestion that a second

j disclosures in the American its power is restricted and does This is certainly an 'era of postponedold recent action of the czar in abolishing peace conference be held at The.Hague

athletic.. world Indicate, that the amaeuri not extend actively. into all branches of age-feminine ,old age. For what the discriminating: or retaliatory in the near future coming at this par-

$ : /making.sO inuch money that sport iAn I have become of the mothers and grand- duties which Russia had imposed upon ticular time, is significant Nicholas 4

'professionals longer find sport profitable mothers of yesteryear? Surely they certain American commodities for several ought to be In a better position now to ;

; The 'time 'honored maxims Aesthetic Suggestion. are not in sight Gone; utterly forgot- years has given much satisfaction appreciate the advantages of peace

': t "Don't. take It in checks" and "An am- Why wouldn't it do for the automobile ten are the old familiar faces. In this country. Whether the Russian than_he was a couple of years ago, just'

ateur athletelone. .. rho has never been manufacturers 'to ,turnxthe chug- Mother and Marie now wear the government's voluntary act was before he permitted, the Japanese to ;

i. caught with the goods on him" seem to chug and the zlt-zac of the automobileas same frocks and carry out the same prompted by a desire to cultivate the put themselves in the way of getting a M

s : have, new and peculiar-'significance in it runs along on its death distributing rule In conquests, coquetry and cor- good will of the America people or to thorough thrashing which somehow or

these days pf athletic prosperity. 'course into music, grave or gay, sets. How' interchangeable' in fact, has show its appreciation of the mediatory other appears to have miscarried. w

4 .Among individuals the greatest encouragement lively or,severe? This crfuld be',.easily become the look of nineteen and thirty service rendered by the president In

: to professionalism under done by the aid of a musical attachment nine! No more fortieth birthdays for the peace negotiations matters little. Baseball players in the major leagues E'

n [ ise amateurism is undoubted- It would entertain him. that my lady. A learned doctor's awful Whatever- be the motive-there is always are dissatisfied with the remuneration "

;then lax attitude.of. the large colleges drives the machine and the victim that threats have banished these milestones. a motive In such proceedings- set aside for the men who will participate -

and athletic clubs toward the status off falls a. prey. In the future she will remain a lovelynight' the effect is certain to be a decided 'in the post season contests for the

thetifrepresentatives.' College athletic Only an experienced chauffeur-could blooming cerius 'of' twenties, allowing improvement In the relations existing world's championship title. Tut tut! .

boaenari stringent qualification appreciate how soothing it would to to Osier's grooming. between the two nations. Ball players should remember that not .' i

4ph; ,rules for publication in the newspapers dash over a precipice to the strains of Having made up its mind to concili- all of us mere mortals can be life in-

and straightway, fall to observe that Wagner's "Swan Song." How typical.. Some sailors on board the battleship ate the United States the czar's gov- surance officials. t.

4 members of. -:the football, baseball andtrack too,:this flight for if there not a tradition Missouri, have been trying to obtain ernment does not halt Uilfway. It not

,,' teams receive free board gaud that this noble white bird'" utters' permission of the naval authorities to only removes the obnoxious restriction As between the Russian and the Jap

othe('perquisites through the Influence its. sweetest top note just before death? carry a certain extremely intelligent but it admits that it has been the It Is plainly manifest to the gentler sex '

y of trainees, coaches and interested student -. To speed along to the accompanimentof mule as a mascot. Nowadays it is the victim of a serious misunderstandingin that in the matter of good looks the

-*; .. ,popular ragtime'would be "Just My custom of the warship jackies of all reference to the matter. It Is indeed Jap it.Is who needs something like Indemnity .

Style" with some motorists whUe oth- nations to provide themselves with this gratifying to know that but for misapprehension
W. When the captain,of one of the leading a .s...,.;;
American college football teams of ers might prefer running down a milk apparent necessity but until the pre of the true significance ,I; "4"'
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in question cart or killing a chicken; or the ent a well trimmed bulldog, a cat witha of "the favored nation flause" the com-
ttXHentered the eft
thre :years ago he did not receive any sentimental music of "I Love Yon, My record or even a mannerly simian mercial amity between the two countries Get j

r morning Love, I Do." has been all sufficIent. Deservedly would have remained undisturbed.The .
-ti money, but his roommate -
in bills in not men who go to sea in battleshipshave trouble originated from the Rus-
'whe 'dressing found $200
.; \ he was A curious fact of vital statistics Is the reputation of being the liveliest sian government's decision to pay SCOTT'Slj1
& one of his own shoes. Of course
and likewise astounded. that women live longer than men. In "kickers" afloat Can it be possi- bounties to its sugar exporters. To

1puzsled.. perturbed not become any list of persons 100 years old and ble that the crew of the Missouri is meet the situation It became necessary ;\ti iJ
1 s But the mystery did -
over there are found usually one-third scheming to have its kicking done by for Uncle Sam to'establish countervailing -
of the
the college sensation I Emulsion
to one-half more women than. men. proxy? duties upon Russian beet sugar. It
y transferring 'tfti
; The finder solved the problem by ,
StisBr friend During the one month of August last was clearly within his right and dutyto
his bosom
the money to five old ladles of from 100 to 113 years A Harvard professor advances the do this, but It was regarded by the .s.1:.. !
rx and companion, the football player the last named age being that of 'a negro theory that the moon came out of the bear When
I as an act of aggression, and in- you go to a drug store 1i
"for safe keeping. woman on Long Island celebrated Pacific ocean. This gives the United
stant retaliation was made by Impos-
and ask for Scott's Emulsion
In the big athletic clubs the expense i States and Japan the first claim to the
their birthdays hi good possession of ing upon certain American products a ....
; allowed is the "little joker. It frequently their mental and most of their bodily moon when the time to annex arrives. special and discriminating duty, which you know what you want; the .,.l'i-

-} costs 'these clubs from $25 to powers. An equal number of men of worked great hardship to those engaged man knows you ought to haveit. ". .j

$75 to transport a champion runner five like age would be hard to find. Is it A Kew York newspaper prints frequent in such traffic. Now that the Don't be surprised, though, + 11
evidencing ,
4. miles Ul a, trolley car thus again that fierce modern business essays on the evils of race tracks "
amende honorable has been made and if you are offered something
that the street railway companies methods and the excessive use.of .tobacco and betting, but it never falls to display } ?
accepted, it Is greatly to be hoped that '
instances should be subjected prominently the entries and else. Wines, cordials, extracts,
i in results -
f, and alcohol are "doing up" the the old time spirit of commercial
t& legislative Investigation because at the running etc., of cod iver oil
to masculine sex before their time? many courses. friendship between the nations may be are plenti .. 'I' .

, of excessive rates. revived.In ful but don't Imagine you are .
Amateur athletics universally admitted The fact that a number of well At.the beginning of faU'this countrywas
this connection It may be suggested getting cod. liver oil when you
'to be a benefit to nation state known football players have already about. 240 degrees shy on temperature ;
that the Russian '
should be for the lear. Imperial goT'ernment take them. Every year for thirty 4
i' and individual. but they been disabled would seem to Indicate Evidently Old .Sol could if it would contribute a ,'f
strictly and unequivocally< amateur. that the present. season is going to be didn't make up shortages during the further exercise of gracIousness toward years we've been increasing : ; 1

until the colleges and clubs reform known in the "heated term." the sales of Scott's Emulsion.
' I 1 Not the greatest ever history the American people. As it Is at ..J i
1and stay reformed will the plane of the game.In present American Jews are practically Why? Because It has always .t .., !ii
competition be raised to If,the czar of Russia is so bent upon .
Fir / track an4 ft.e14' unable to visit their relatives in Russia been better than any substitute ?
Its and desired station. The individual England they are said to be mak- having peace why doesn't he "get k
proper owing to the refusal of the authoritiesto
for it.
-'k competitors look to the InflufntiaUnstitutions ing jam of carrots. In the United busy" at home? There is certainly a
accept their passports at the fron
for example. On the States they are making jam of most broad field in Russia for his humane
tier. If the czar and hIs advisers are
Send for
and club efforts. free sample 3; x
Dominant factors in college anything that comes handy.
sincere In their expressions of goodwill .
moral duty to which ..
,athletics rests a
toward the American isn'tit
t 'they have In many Instances been culpably The season approaches when the titles The floral chrysanthemum is once a trifle inconsistent to decline to 'SCOTT BOWNE, Chemists

le recreant ,The reform must begin to current poems will change In a more seen in the ldeu/'wbJJe the hirsute honor a genuine American passport? 409-415 Pearl Street, New York

tat the fop and go downward.ta word or two from gentle zephyrs to' chrysanthemum again. appears on boa and $1.00. Ail druggists _

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?Of.these patterns.. Nos.- 4586 and .4325,' and 1Nrlgtlw........1 CI* It llr New Yefk; depend oa.:.dealers for the sale of their paints. _

: 'state sizes'desired, They will then be sent 1., YMftlllM CLEAN That means one heavy expense and one profit ,that awe
to you by mail, postpaid.. Or either'of the ;; /1
pattern will b* sent'for 10 cents: Be sure ... cut out of our business. / :

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_ $lf' ij do for if should to buy a certaimtwnd of
ft USED BRYAN'S .UNDERSHIRT.Ueuewlie Bryan's. shirtf said the hostess you,. you
Women ,85Well as MenAre '
'. ,'": ';.i ; ready to collapse. ; paint, that you, thought .well of direct from the manufactures -- :
., / __0'j. Made a Potato strainer at And sure enough she.had.- ,. ;.
j. Made:Miserable by Hekrmakaa Nether Ganaeat. But you would make a mistake. :i

r .Kidney: Trouble.t When William Jennings Bryan, Ab c M. manufacturer might take your money;and! sell l t

.>; IJ twice Democratic nominee for: the Abscesses with few, exceptions, are indicative you the paint, but he would take care to charge you as 4

presidency';of' the _United ,States; ai> of constipation or debility. W. much for the'paint as-if you bought it from a dealer He t : -l
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind db- pearedtat,th-Chet kr(Wia.) Chattauqua : H; )larison, Cleveland, Mis8., write

,_ s F courages and. lessens- ambition; beauty,vigor a :Was entertained. at Ail .:'15. 19O"2: "I'want to 'gy- word'ofpraise would put on that'extra profit, to "protect the dealer", f

t, "1 JCf, :; '. 4.: and chccrfuln100" the summer:'cottage- of Ban Claire's for ..Bal1ard' Snow Liniment I We have ,no salesmen or agents to increase. the jcost, t
? .'v' disappear when the kidneys stepped on a nail,. which caused the cordsin "
are out of order er-mayor, W. H. Frawley; my leg to contract and an abscess to of our paints to the consumer. ;>

,>j -- ".'or diseased. The day was stifling hot. M' Bryan rise in my knee, and the doctor told me We quote to the man that uses the paint the Iowest ; ,'"

v:.. Kidney trouble has bad-Just': ,completed a two boor talk that would; have a Miff .leg, 'so one dayI ,.
A become so 'prevalent and ''finished shaking binds with' sev; went to Jt F. Lord's drag store (who is and best price; reserving no margin to protect agents. :-

| that it is not uncommonfor in Denver Colo. He recommended -
eral thousand people. Perspiration now ) We freight.We '
a child to be born poured:
} afflicted. with weak kid; wilted j and his clothing clang to him & :. size, and it curf'd'my lee. It L is the gladly advise our customers about paints;

:, e .., neys. If the child urinates : 13-wet as' though be had been.soused beet liniment, in, the world." Sold by Write for sample cards and paint advice, and blanks
too often, if the l Red Cross Pharmacy and Eau Gallie Pharmacy -
-'s urine scalds Uw.flesh or if. when' the child In the 'kke. 'He was rowing over to Eau Gallie, Fla showing how to measure houses to show the quantity of

reaches an age when It should be able'to the Frawley cottage, Arriving there
paint required.
.. control the passage, it is yet afflicted with the 'lieat Nebraskan said to' his host Mr. Perkins, of the" insurance department .

z bed-vetting, depend upon it the cause of and friend: ,.loans lo Mr..Perkins, of Morgan & Ask any first class business house or any bank in New Orleans, orthe ; ?

step the difficulty should be II kidney towards trouble the treatment and the first of "Bill, I would like to change my: undershirt Co., whatever. sum the latter may k need. mercantile, agencies if we are responsible. ':

'f !r Then the insurance department takes
these important r'ns.. This
trouble is due to i diseased condition unpleasant of the lie was ushered' into the guest's stock in the ventures of Morgan & Co. R. McWilliams Limited. :
The debt is canceled and everybody wins ,
chamber where the change made.
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as was
bat th'e policy holders. And this is called Store and 342 Street. ;,.
Offices Camp
r most people ace. .lir. Frawley took the damp garment finance. "

.1 4 Women. as ;.eJ1as men are made.miserable Just discarded by the orator to the Factories, U35, 1137, 1139, u..t South Front Street.

with kidney and .bladder trouble, kitchen, .where he hung it on the steel T9BEE JURORS CURED New Orleans Louisiana
t and both need'thesame: great remedy. I { .
towel rod which projects from the <
The mild and the immediate effect ,of Of Cholera Morba with On. Small Bottleof ESTABLISHED 1893. The oldest paint manufacturing house in con- ; _

r Swamp-Root is soon.realized. It,U sold range. Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and tianous successful operation under south of Louisville -
one management
ia Several prominent ladies present assisted Diarrhoea Kemedy. *
by druggists, fifty-
cent and one dollar the hostess to prepare the Mr. G. W. Fouler, of Hightower, Ala., or St. Louis.Florida. :-

sizes. You may have a. .sumptuous dinner' already a trifle late. relates an experience .he had while serving -

4 sample bottle by mailfree "Tbe potatoes are done," said one on a petit jury in a murder case at

also pamphlet tell- B n* lady poking a fork into the murphiesin Edwardsville, county seat of Clebourne

all about it. including many of the the pot. county Alabama. He says: "While
thousands of testimonial letters received there I fresh and .
"I'll drain them" said Mrs. Fraw- ate some meat some
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer souse meat and it gave me cholera mor-

tr & Co. Binghamton .N, Xbe sure ,and ley.The bus in a very severe form. I was never
mention this paper regular,draining utensil had not more sick in irty life, and sent to the drug

.Don't make mistake bat remember been brought into camp. store for a certain cholera mixture, but East Coast Railway
t- the name. Swamp-root, Pr. Kilmert Swamp. *Take. a tea towel!," said one. the druggist sent me a bottle of Chamber- '

,Boot and the address, Binghamton, N. Y., Tbe hostess grabbed In' the general lain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy <
oa even bottle. direction of the steel towel rod instead saying that he had what I
I from the range.' sent for, but that this medicine was so Local Time Card No. $2.Directed to Sept I, lye
much better he would rather send it tome
LEARNING FROM JAPAN. Something white and soft; cane. in the fix I was in. took one dose ,-
Another grab and the pot' of pota- SOUTH-BOUN&-READ DOWN TK.BOUND-IEA0 UP.
of it and was better in five minutes. The
toes was on the way to the back door. cured Two fellow .
second dose me entirely.
*. Kattmtt of Her .t* 991No.291' so.78Ne,8a' "
the Art *f war. In a minute the potatoes were jurors were afflicted in the same man- :No. STATIOXS I ::
Dall !
Dally Dally
drained as potatoes were never drained ner, and one small bottle cured the threeof .! I-t .
Japan stands acknowledged as the' before. us." For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. 1001'1 9 4.9 a.Lv' .........__Jarka..argi.._ .._ 4r I, 71.0 pl Ii 50 a
little schoolmaster of the world as to PI J 48 a&:1"' ___-S>'. Jack..uvjI.____ Lv. 6 bi I'; 6 U a+
'kw military science the Milwaukee The operation Just completed, Mrs. 6 15 p) 10 ta a 1" ...--..._St..tIt'tuat./te......-- .. :i :0 I' 7 .0 a,
says Frawley's caught for the first time 655p! 113 a" __ _. .lust/ur, _.._ II I I 4 a' 1'1 6 41 sI,
; Journal eye _710PJ733p 11_50a_ ;> -...?-. L ,. : --.-, "',: 43t1': d
Even Germany, the drill sergeant ofEurope the unfamiliar red mark.' ,The Most V lvdk Sit of Yacht and Bert 12 1. pAr* _._....._._l'. I..tJ...'_ .-- --__ Lv 4O I watt -
is taking lessons. Our officers "Oh! oh! oh!" she cried. Smildimg Soaks ever Published. 8o 84:>> p.| 11 2; aLv, .....____...I'alntkll ._ ......... Ar SOOI 1'U/ & C
The other l ladies rushed to her as- 8 i5 pj'JJOpj IT p\r ...- _'Wi )(.;-t o__ Lv -I H' : tb
3t at Washington admit that as to many RUDDER ( 8 01 rt Lv ,.-. ..-. &m ",.... ....... Arl_"oJ i j.I'I'-.! .by a

thInga 'we are as far behind the Japs sistance-fearing she had scalded her- 7511 P, 1J3J I.LI _.__..__. ha. :a ....... __.._ Lv 3 ;T p 6 s fit. .
? as the Spaniards are behind as. self. HOW-TO BOOKSOver 8O:1pt1347p': _._h__Bal.nell3 __..___ "i! I 4' P 534a .
SlOp 12 5p..I .._?._?.Dul". t... ._?...?.. .. :is n P! 6 21 ....
#, For instance, our military men could Strike Hidden Rocki. boats have been built from the lines 841p8Wp 1 26 Pt" ._.._ __ormoud .._ ._ .i I 31dpl, & 59aI, V.
t'3 not understand how the little brown b printed in these books-Successfully sailed in o 1 S3! PI"' ___..._Dal S wa....__.._ 3 Oa 4 47a, m
When your ship of health strikes the every clime and upon every sea-Full detail 904 p 151 p: ____Port Orange_..__ 50 'It" 't
j man got over so much ground. bidden rocks of consumption, pneumonia drawing oral; parts, showing what it is and dJ 9 25 p _21SpArDaily ...- .. "iew mlr a..u_.._., 2 30 PI 415 a O .

Well, his gun is lighter for one thing, I etc., yon are lost, if you don't net, bow to make it-Text extremely simple. .C 10 n a, 344 }lIAr _._._lAkI'Hel"D,..____ LVI.. 3213 ph 610 p rt
? and all his metal harness buckles, A RACER FOR $50 10 39 a 3 55 Pi" .---..-. ,Ora.go City------ U$ PI' Ii P
from Dr. New for 11
help King's Discovery ....._ ._ "
10 45 a 4 o0 .Orange City Junctlon. 'is n:1
2 PiII 2.O PI P .
It foot Jerk, i-ald tnrnn all fa OBnrrvp :
K canteen, cup, etc. is made of alumin J. W. McKinnon of Tal. scow nli e"1Io n
Consumption. ; good tai,: boat for a l"j to Kara tie buiuim ill.I 935 p 115 I'lL" _._-.lIiew 20 P1E!
ium.. His load is so light that he can ladepa Springs, Ala., writes: "I had been I HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK r t-' 1000 P 251 Pi" .._.....__ tlDlJrIlaLy,2, a = ,
fl carry a pick and shovel: al8o.I very ill with pneumonia, under the care I A fine boat for aftrnumi tailing or knocking about b 10 39 p 330 j,,Ar _. ..___ II PI 100&1 tI
I of two doctors but getting no better weal .,r..r II&.b-asnowr.tul.he"eerbuilt;.Jo.,porci C -II 00 a. ...jAr ____ Bilifurd?____ Lv!----I.
That's ; was
1 new! : rig; fi-ll|wu.....1 p6'tn.ea of completed bats o _.. io uu a'Lv .- --- rktnf.-rd ,...._.?__ Afr'-'_ I" 00 a 0 '
The Jap fights under cover of earth I when I began to take Dr. Kind's New I HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP ] Utf JI' S 3ppLv--I ____.. TIS 11,11I1 ...__._ Lvl 10 1---] S 011 a =
e-4 and this Is the way it is done: The Discovery. The first dose gave relief )lot aeces and oue bottle cured me." Sure cure for winner in AU.CIWI. ,Awa and AOMralU; eat/ to build j ton 21 pI, 4 13 p. ___....... Rucklell,1te., ..___.__. .. :2.0 I" 216 a .
? first Hue of skirmishers dig shallow throat bronchitis conghs and colds. to win 1II.&t.HOW 2U 11 &.1 p! 4 4 i II! ....,_......._.EA,' Oallie..__ 111 Ii" all" a ,
trenches. The second line occupies sore TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH 12 05 81 4 64 p1 ___._.....MelboIJr....._...__ a lit a "t
: Guaranteed at Red Cross Pharmacy, price Simple and practical sl.uwra how toconitracttlaaad 12 51 H! 5 :+1 1', -..--.--Sebastian ?_- L ?? 8 I J 51 a SD
t them and moves forward. The third 50c. and $1.00. Trial bottle free. boll tor use_uh at./motor. be.crnl ether plant 139aj B.) 1', _..__._...8t. Lud8...___. 1" U" 1J OU! ( -.
line digs them still .deeper ,and the HOW TO B'JILD A KNOCKABOUTA 1 to 1 55 a'' 6 45 pi" ? -.....--F.rtPlerce...__._ i la'b a 11 i3 at{ 3
l rmaiii boat c 2Hli 7 OH ... ... T&bba.Js ...._ _._ I :.d tRf
fourth fine nil ar>mn< : ; good cabin; cxoeQaailailer PI" -- 1 a 11 U
t$: completes them. Cross trenches For Over Sixty Tears. ; auiUUo tut liaUo_wit-... ;:: 2 2.1 a' 112 p, __.._...._ E.le ...__.._ .. 195 I .,,11111 -
also back ..... ....._. JRnyen. ...__.. .. P '
lead to each ,line. And so BUILD SHOAL.DRAUGHT.LOO' 213: a 711 ... i tl .: 111-1 W
the Mrs. Winslows Soothing Syrup has liUe aril boat,with aai aJ 2 S'J a30tn' 7 :.5111., ..._....... ... Stuu\..-. -... i' I 91' 4 11 01 P 0
Japanese armY--8kirmlhel'l, wagons been used for over sixty years by millions small A till clirrr plum. -uj moderate oreraaag I 0) I 'ij PI" .-..-- ?-Hobs So'\1011-...........- 8 U a to S+i p
: reserves, hospital corps-moves on of mothers for their children while teething "' :t 27 a M U I' .....?... w-t .JUVIt..r ........_. J1 U a 1"11 P
M1 s HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE "' 4 4 U4 a' R bt pl'r, ...._.... ..west Palm lvach._. ...... ..I 1 'i" If U p
, tc ,{ its belly, therefore the light mortality. ; with perfect success. It soothes the Easj to buld;enrvthins straight:just the craft for a boas 4 33: a 914 I': ". ......'.. ..._._IJ..yntorl_.................. 'i 21 It 914 plf, :s
,: e And these are the.tactics of. the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, to beiru With;can be built very cheap! ,edGer ilaop or cat rig J 4 42 a 9 2. l' .. -....... -. ,Delr y--,...--....- .. j I jI al 904 II C.
-t wind colic and is the best HOW TO BUILD A MOCCL YACHTA 5 37 iiiS4'ia30.! '0 211'i" _.... ...' _Fort LI\1.1I'rI11,,_ .... _._ .. 6 1'1 A'1
trenches. The SUp
a shrewd Japs evacuate cures remedyfor complete description: of tow to build.model;alto Iait ;:: 1. ; td'; ....... .........-.. 1111111-\ .....-__...__. .. i 61,1 td: 8
', the first line Inviting the big Russians diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor tUff lucd in ud n j wod U.PRICE 55 a'10' 42 t.. ...._..........HaJlal1oJ"l?.____.. .. I 5.-4u 74p 0p/ V
Y on. The Russian thinks victory. He little sufferer immediately. Sold by drug = 6 24 al: 11 07 p, _........?" LeU) II Ciy...._..._. .. I ::5 4 s. 7 21 P .00N'I
$1. .._......_.._..
finds Catling guns and reserves on the gists in every part of the world. Twen y. EACH -635a11---- Lv _5 t-i RI'- 12!!
five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for PREPAID 3V EXPRESS ANYWHERE : i I :
, 3 last line and is cut down in his pride. "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing and Ex..Sun.. JHHIESTK.\D .tXTE IU a .
Syrup: Bound in cloth"GoM Icttlrinlt-Sile of pagt I j 11r'
t e a Besides the Jap never fires blindly. .
take no other' kind. 9 by la ciearly-drawn plans. _!__ Sara
t. No order '-I
is given to fire the
until rangefinders THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. 8 00 ai| _.......:.Ly ....._.._.._ .1Uaml _..__..._. Ar! ..__.a;0 p
$ get the distance. .. ...... .__._. ..._
10 3J a,: oAr .U..IDP8tf'4 _...... Ly ....... 1 10o 0I -
New :. I'
All this is 9 MURRAT STREET VOMK. u. S. AS'.d I
# a distinctly new contribution JUST -- --- -
,e ;, to the art of war, Just as the su- iJSalnl' Catalogue of Books for i"S o. 17 j
yachtsman's Library. No. 23 >o. 211\0.: |: 19; IJ t8i, sat
il11' 10.:
; tOt ..
perb work of the medical corps is new ONE uo" gun. I Daily }:x. I.\YPUI'T BRANCH Dally lium
and, as George Kennan has shown us, _. """T"_ Only Only : Sun. Only Dsll 7
WORD that word b I 1.--I--1 _, '- ._
t as the siege methods at Port Arthur I -i-
2 00 p! 10 10 a1' 6 00 t p': R JO a I!Lv .,? ._Jafkw)nvlH&_.._ Ar I 7 45 -5-
U j
t t were new. It goea without saying that's !60 YEARS 0Ii pl ho 14 the admirals of the nations can learna EXPERIENCE 2 40 IIIU i Si) al 04'il l' 8 59! 11..1 .___.Pabln. I .. T 03 ai 1150P i II 2'1 p-_ -
4 2 45 p! 10 5,; aj e 4 i la J 04 1.Athmtl,:IVnch ,. 'I I 'I 00 .1 : :l p--! ,
r from great about: how -to fight ships :t refers to Dr.Tutt's Liver Pills and 3, CO PI, 1110_ aj 7 W p. 9 2) a I j i" ...___Mayjort_........ .. 6 !3 at Su 1145 30 al at I[ 'SO p.p.;.,..n: j
And these are the people who we MEANS, HEALTH. SlUt

t- "Imitator"m.! Troubled Arc you constipated with indigestion? ? PENI: : AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP COSTO? O: S AT MIL

Sick headache? II

Bilious Virtlgo?? TRADE MARX Close Connection Made at Miami alth Steamships of the P. 4 0. S. S. Compuy ForHAVANA


;_ 4 Children often cry, not from pain, bat VN: V of these symptoms and many others Ac. AND KEY WEST.
Anyone lending a sketch and description may
1 from hunger although fed abundantly. inUkate inaction of the LIVER. qnlcklr aaoertala our opinion tree whether mn. ---- ..
Invention ts probably patenUbla. CommnnlcaUuMitrictlTGunOdenHiL
t--i_ The entire trouble arises from inanition, You Need.Tutt'sPilis. 1tan"b K1*CD Patarug ThoosA 11m.,. th"'lmPII" ,..hJo-I ', frlntt mar l.n Piprtrd: to arrive
K tt' it at and depart
tent tree. Oldest opener for toautagtutentt.Patent from the 5VVI t'l ; ; thrtrarival.r,1"lrt1'I' lit tIu' ,
their food ia not assimilated, but devoured tafceu throuch tionn theca receive nor i"ULI3Cnt"'.any{..t.,'1.uatoi: ..r..r "'lyII"T.t"r.'1 1"o I /I .s n..e &1lf e4
tc all&Ot&u. without cnarge la u.'ll1untee arbl \kordrolD
r by worms..A few doseaof White's Cream. -
l I Scientific Jlmerk .-------------- '
Vermifuge will cause them-, to cease'ciy- ] For Copy of the LOCAL TiM% CARD or Other -
4rF ing utlbegin to thrive_ at once, very A baadsomelr niutnted weeklr. Tiniest dr. information
oulaUon of any*cienUflo lonmaL Terms(3 aIIUNN
mud fcr the surprise and joy of the moth Sod "SEc; TME TICKET AGENT."
ire er.M bv Red Cross Pharmacy and Take No Substitute. &Co:881 t New York <

! M Eau jallie Pharmacy Eau Gallie, Fla, .Branch Oflloe.625 r lit.Waihloat : J. D. RAH 'ER, Asst. Gtn'J Pa S. Agt., T. AUGUSTINE FlIA \,
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:,.t .";,,-i/ ;U CO-'ME" --.CIALJ I thus :the'way is cleared, for'a direct 1 In ,an interview just before sailing "find the Stomachs aAdBoisBears the /. .4!; i
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':!.-r '-:-- '--"" paurq.. between_this country and the'"empires SergiuaWitte made some interesting ; IMAMS ( HILDKENPromotes ,/. : ==

: t .""" .< :Armstrong insurance Investigat- of Japan and ChIna .. I 'observations on things American. i Signature / .. :

_"gommittee pas continued'its probcompanies'-, Bamboo Grown In Washington He said New York would .become s a Kgcstion.ChcerfuI- .: ; :3iI : F

.\!;{: -tI- 16to''te'tiQsitrsof' thelNew( Port A report' from; Seattle, tf ash., tells bigger' city than London, but, that it oess and& con neiUwJftiAtt'tMtr It i
lsiud other inetirance of the successful of was too much of a clearing house for of
;1.f, =., experiment a Japanese mNarphinenOrMinefal. ;; i'OTNhcoTIC. ;
1 eome h arpr1sing. results. Fred-* firm of Importers ,in growing undigested nationalities to become i a *' "t 'W KJr1
ilrlctt ,
vfTv,oin,. Mt Measurer/ofi(theMu.Jwl,1 -- bamboo\on ,Balubridge Islands! The real capital of American culture. He ". .' '
e>rplalned Ifaow-*be shad particlflrnf stalks are ,now .more than five feet thought the,same was true of Chicagoand n. :! (

:rl% te4 A IA'' un4q' wi plug syndicates In highland they are expected'to attain a that the real American city would ''.,IMlk-SINllDJ'f1'QlEI
; 'was i In height of from fifteen to twenty feet come when the flood of Immigration .

1dudee,_company. when they will be'eultabia for making ceases and a genuine American type Ax. _. _

*t \';=Of, getgt1ef"from( the eylidtcatq!, light furniture i and 'l1:1'io3.: No attempt arises, lIe found .New York the moat .4r xJ.e. In I

j T ibnti3a'the profits offing.. had beenmade;to grow the Heavy orb.ent41 ugly and the most Interesting of cities t tI

1P" : 'j' Jtf811, I Instances the ,1JQfZf. bamboo tyishoae construction, To 'a group of representative Jews M. B* _IriIaM.w.- .

f3 .tVL; ad.l1yen its favorite trust company ,' Witte expressed the opinion teat a new 'r
= .
; > for the Jews in Russia was in sight ". .: '
participation era UseFor
'tt'fj--; % $ :
.! # ''L"e in the syndicate t I .LABOR I and that they would soon enjoy equal ApezfectfemedyforConstipa- ; ,
.re "' with Russian, subject t
'tk : that rights every
-hi iso
t 'It. tion,Sour Stomch.Diarrhoea,
,}1 : ., t they" might be .Printers' Strike' Spreads.. \ Speaking of the peace conference he .Convulsionsjeverish- .
ire t. said his experience at Portsmouth haJ OverThirty
Ztt : l 'SUl"Ct'sSe Tiie national struggle of the
printersto and LOSS OF SLEEP.
) ; tress
.. than of tUe
., convinced him more ever
.. ful.- Mr..Grom, enforce the eight hour day and the ; .. .
f I It":.:'.' r1P' ,well. .contended closed shop 'Is on in earnest. ;: 'precipitated ',,truth of that saying that" "the pea fe. facsimile Signature ot t. .
that these meth- mightier than the sword. "
,. by a general order from PresIdent 4# Years
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ta '
,oda ;bad been
Lynch of the'InternationaltTypl 0 >
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.1"B-{., }\ I.. ,a necessity, owing graphical union 't4 strike is} all officeswhere .1 EDUCATIONAL: I NEW YORK. t
t to the tendency the muter: printers refused to Alb months old

:\O<'!-o;.}" .:. / .t toward sign agreements ''to this effect The 1 jjCEMS 'a
Statistics of Teachers.According
"'1 .' M .' If at. combination In'l. date originally,(set;for, the strike was '
+ ; dino nd J> Randolph. flnance. It 'wasffi Jan 1, but the 'master printers forced to the census bulletin pre CATOB1A

..T r t. + rnow, he said, an immediate*issue by refusing to renew pared by Professor Walter T. Wilcox EXACT COPTTOrWRAPPCa. e

.;; .. .impossible to :buy from bond dealers expiring contracts in Chicago and'other of Cornell there were In the United

::1# .andpay; brokers'' profits except as cities.: In-many cities the employers States in 1900 424,422 white, 21,267 / THE:CENT.**COMPANY. lUll YORK CIT. 1 t.
:.", bonds, 'are. floated by large combinations have not only refused to sign*an negro. 384 Italian and 60 Mongolian .... :':, '. :,..:;w. ,

of capital known as syndicates.He eight hour agreement, but have refusedto teachers. Of the white teachers V Sr

explained ftJrther,that his more than two-thirds .were" of native
."1.;; company continue the. :closed shop policy,,
), :could ,not'make Its Investments with- which' has prevailed for:'many-years. birth, about one-quarter natives of foreign

h out the aid of syndicates., He pointed The strike does-not 'as yet, effect NewYorkiwhe birth and one-sixteenth of foreign Do You Want to Know All About the

0If ,put\.tha\ ,hla ,company had, more than ; .theunion has a contract birth It appears that relatively

\t |450",000,00q of, assets pad that,It was running to;Jan.1.. In,,St Louis sixty: : to'the whole! number of teachers women

'3& constantly under the necessitY of'findIngtlovestcients out of'140 firms have the, agree-1 are not more numerous in, this
{f for. its large'aecumuOf ment ; country than in England, and the num

lations. I ber of teachers in proportion to. population

P' An admission- made .by Edmond D. Freight. Handler handlgra*\Want Advance. |I is greater. in England ana Especially regarding Fruit Growing:Trucking and / I s
;Randeipb- surer of the New York Freight : Wales than in this' country. In the General Farming? If so, subscribe for the.......... ;T. f
.Life,. In response ;questions by'' Mr. twenty-two'railroads' ,centering in older parts :of this country, however,

f Hughes, was that at various times that city 5that.they, wanfed'an. increaseof 'the proportion 'of teachers is larger FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.

;T this company bad transferred blocks wages approximating! 10 per cent, than in England. The supply is greater .

of securities'aggregating several millions -- and they were, willing to submit the in the cities than outside of them. it
of dollars to the New York Trust question to arbitration. The general '
in of the railroads informed the
4 company order to conceal the ownership managers I
The widespread alarm sounded each ADDRESS,
'of these stocks in its annual schedule union'that the demands, would not be

; ;,of> assets. This transaction took granted and, thereupon a referendumwas fall in New York and other large cities E. Y. BLACK3IAN, Editor, MIAMI, FLORIDA t.:
over the fact'that some smaller children
:'the'form of a loan on the books, being begun before calling a general
through: lack of room are re
B secured by notes drawn by employeesof strike : .
$ duced to half time school attendance
of the Insurance with the
company draws attention to the fact the !
0 says JyhnB.StetsonUniversity
: stock as ,collateral. Qne of. the .employees -: ; r
f ; who thus nominally. borrowed .I SOCIOLOGICAL Journal of Education, that Ithaca has
demonstrated by six years' trial that DE LAND FLA -
dollars from the ,
jnUUpns jOl r I' little children do just as well on half s r
'{ vWaa" I colored messenger who received College l Socialists Organko.s time as their mates do on full time. In Affiliated With The University of Chicago r

-4,salary of $600 a year. The' immediate The Intercollegiate' Socialist societywas that city every parent can request ,

causg'o(these transactions'wasto ,organized at' New York on the that his child be allowed to stay in COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-The standards are those of the University of Chicago. 4

comply :with the condition imposed strength :of several hundred responses school the full day, but few do so. The Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both Stetson and Chicago. "

:by'the Prussian.government for doing : 'received to the classes are divided into sections A andB COLLEGE OF LAW-Graduates of this College are admitted to practice law in Florida <:'

z business in that country. i recent call issued according to maturity. Section B, without examination. .:'
COLLEGE OF TECUNOLOGY: -cchanical, Civil Electrical Engineering and Manual
3. Gold Coming from E rope. by 'J. G.. the less mature, attends from 9 to Training courses leading to degrees. Fine new building costly equipment. .

For the first.time this year gold bullion Phelps Stokes, 10:30 without recess. At 10:30: sectionB COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all its branches. Bookkeeping by best metho
has been, imported by New .York f Clarence Dar- passes out and section .\ comes in Elective courses open in other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious bir'lding. r

q ,bankers, $1.200,000 in gold bars being \., row, Mrs. Gilman and 'stays until 12. From 1:15 to 230 PREPARATORY ACADEMY-Graduates prepared to enter Harvard Yale, Princeton

e engaged. from London by. Lazard ,' B.. 0. classes A and B are there together for Cornell, Michigan, Chicago and all first class Colleges.
)FollowIng this news stocks Flower, Jack such work as is general The day is NORMAL: AND: PRACTICE SCHOOL-i. Kindergarten in its own building. 2. Primaryand *i f
; .Frerea. School in School
: Grammar separate building. This especially prepares Public School
took an upward turn. One of the reasons London and short and both teachers and pupils are teachers.
others. The said to work with unusual zest. '
.; assigned was the transfer of MUSIC SCHOOL-A $10,000.00 pipe organ, a dozen pianos,separate building, large faculty \

S American securities. .. to' the London meeting was' thorough courses of study. :?'
r' / .. 1 addressed b y The Colonel's Waterloo. ART SCHOOL-New studio. Costly casts models etc. '

Upton Sinclair, Col. Jong, M. Fuller, of Hone- Grovt>, Stetson has a faculty of 48 professors and instructors. They hold degrees from the University 4 .
.Ban on Racing Telegram the SociaUstanthor Texas, nearly met his Waterloo from liver of Chicago, Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania, Bryn '. .
,3 The, Western Union Telegraph company Jack London. who and kidney trouble. In a recent letter he Mawr, Bucknell, University of Michigan Dennison and other Universities. There are over t"' c
struck another blow at pool room save: "I was nearly dead of these complaints 300000.00 in buildings and equipment;nearly a quarter million dollar endowment; an endow. : -
; directors facetiously defined socialism as "any- ed library of over 13.000 volumes; a beautiful chapel with costly furnishings, including stained fci.:
board of and although I tried family '
e gambling when the : thing the papers don't'lIte." The pur- my glass windows, 7 oil paintings, a $10,000 00 pipe organ;a gymnasium with complete apparatus; '
' n ratified the action of the executive Interest doctor, he did me no good, so I got a 50c. an enclosed athletic field, running track tennis courts, baseball diamond and gridiron, besides >
+r ordering that the transmission pose is to promote an intelligent bottle of yonr great Electric Bitters which swimming, golf rowing and other sports; separate buildings for men and women: five "
committees in socialism by the formation of cured I consider these the best medicine for and several
6 containing' race.,re me. large laboratories; Chemistry, Physics, Bacteriology Minerology Biology;
{ messages_ the study chapters in all the great institutions on earth, and thank God who gave large museums f nd shops; electric lights, electric bells, steam heat, cement walks, shell '11\ ,
4: ports1 except to,regular: office of of learning and by placing the yon the knowledge to make them." Sold roads; broad avenues, spacious campus shrubbery and trees; social literary, musical and other 1.'F...::, #0. "
coinpany5 for .transmission through a and guaranteed to enredyspepsia, bilious students' clubs; star lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching. The location u / 1
regular office, be discontinued. This standard Socialist books and periodI- and kidney disease by Red Cross beautiful and healthful, and the expenses are low. if t1e:

:c, action is intended to affect all the large cals In the college libraries and reading ness Pharmacy, at 50c. a bottle. For catalogs, views, folders and information, address the President, ;I J

;L cities, 'throughout the country. rooms. Jack London was elected pres- LINCOLN HULLEY, A. 3!., Ph. D., DeLand, Fla _
ident Sinclair and Stokes vice presidents CAST'OR.OZA.: <:', .. .:'1
4 I tig Steel Rail Order. and Miss M. R. Holbrook secre Hate Always Baight : }'
geua the l'
The,Pennsylvania Railroad company
v has; placed orders for 179,000 tons of tary. Signature Ccn 0' ;

steel'' rails to be delivered next year, Rockefeller Explain Himself.In SBABARDAIRLINE :

probably the largest rail order n'rec one of the few newspaper Interviews -

ord. The Carnegie Steel company, having ever authorized by John D. ......, ... .

,, all the orders on hand that can possibly Rockefeller at his Cleveland home the .RAILWAY.t ., I J
filled has withdrawn from the much discussed oil king spoke with unusual Chamberlain'sCOLIC "-'
be ., -FOR- t ,<
frankness of his career. As to \ 1

market. what has been called his seclusion he CHOLERA AND >
Savannah Columbia Southern
said It had been imperative that he Pines

I INPUSTRIALY. I with should people deny that himself he naturally the associations enjoyed Diarrhea RemedyA Richmond Washington, Baltimore. '":: *

Zambezi Bridge Opened. and that he had yet to take his first doses of this remedy will Philadelphia, New York, .
important link in the Cape drink of Intoxicating liquor. He warned invariably cure an ordinary at. .>}.. < B J!
Another! completed withY young men against the good fellow- tack of diarrhea.It .- J.
't to Cairo railroad U has been used in nine epidemics ._ I
bridgetacross' ship that means only conviviality. Mr. TWO ELEGANT TRAINS: DAILY. ; I
of the great
the formal opening of with
Rockefeller said be had never been a dysentery perfect i iI ije

Darwin the of the Zambezi British river.association, who member of any clue or frequented success.It can. always be dependedupon SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL, k ; *ij

presided at the ceremony, said it was places where people go for company. even in the more severe n S + L
' and civilizing His friends were chiefly from his home attacks of cramp colio and. chol-
; a great engineering the church. He declared that It took infinite era morbus. MODERN PULLLEQIPlE; T. :
.achievement.. The bridge heightof patience and courage, te compelmen It is equally successful for ,
at a
;ask gorge at the Victoria falls to have confidence In you. He be- rammer diarrhea and cholera .
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420 feet from the water, being that he had both of these qualities Infantum in children, and is the ONLY LXNE : 4

highest bridge in the world. It Is of of lieved and that they" were the secrets of means of saving the lives of many Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eaiis. .
consists ts.
the cantilever style, and children, each year. .
extending 650 feet from his success. When reduced with water and V .
three spans The width Is thirty feet The most recent items of gossip sweetened it is pleasant to take. For fall information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, or A' ;

i ,;skfetqajde! .. about Mr. Rockefeller's personal life Every man of a family should write to .
Cable to Japan. barefoot on the grass, this in his home.
Direct, are his going keep remedy A. 0. MAC DONELL, S. C. BOYLSTON Jr.
Mr. Takahlra, the Japanese mJn1 f riding a wheel on the golf links and Boy'BOW. It may save life.. '
Asst. General Passenger Agent,
nas .signed the agreement with the the adoption of a wig for the protection I Pua, Me. LAROE SOB. Me. s

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; reJ.'E"field Land G. L. Willue jolly party 3
f NIKDIllit RIYER' RIPPLING to 'the"ocearrteach"'one 'dAy'thii Foreign Countries. !J" T t
'V :: a were viaiUng. Eockledge,Sunday after Patronage ppreclat d. Prompt service, ;V 1t
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\ : ; party Miss Bonner;Miss McAllister r. Miss, Bessie COEEESPONDETTSfEmpire :',
V t ": to write Woit : frieiids Georgians' oa/:Sunday to_ visit Hodgson,''Leland McMillan, Mr.. For Trust Company,N.;4.. Florida '" t-" '''.,, .P'i :.
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around. : &Trust Company,JacksonviUeFlt.TITUSVILLE ,. j
:I eon Paddison, Mr. Bat ie and J., Kingan '- >c

ijp\_ r .TT HILL.. Messrs..'Canatta and;Nisbet lie repairing Hodgson. Only the eiie'of the boat pre- ,FLORIDA. !1 ;

g4- OAK'. ," and painting Mr.. ;"W,B. Sander's residence vented more being on this jolly trip. ,Thereturn fc : .- 'i< <;;
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'Baseball. iI all the rage now with both : .... was male,about 5'p. m. after the -: :

young. and old. i There will- -be a dance at-,the' club houseon party bad taken.a dip in old ocean'. PENNEY & BRANNINGOpto :f ; ,

'Mr."A.Q-Gooddchkhaibuiliia, new' Friday evening; the'29ih. All cordially '-"",
Cured 'of .Lam. Back After Tears of ,- -- -
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hOw near. his meat market. .. invited. .t{ ... :
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Mr: W. L. Howesja ... ';Mr.. Preston Lumber is ''now on the ground for a had been'troo'Lied
: "I with lame back
Williams- were at home- S' considerable addition' to the winter home for fifteen years,and I found a complete fh --D f Cloth!e s '

Why doesn't 'one:put up a ,hotel_ of Mr.' John L. Crawford .. recovery" in the use of Chamberlain's Pain ,
Balm, says John G. Biaher, Gillam, Ind.
'here or a large boardinghouse? It would It is reported on g od' authority that This liniment is also without an equalfor

..y pay.. the telephone company will shortly lay sprains and bruises. It is. for. sale by =

;: Mrs.,W. L. Null and'little son''left on the cable. across the alld'Boys' FornisliersTITUSVILLE -
land. /
; Sunday for their new home inSouthJacksonville. MELBOUKNK.Mr. ,

Good advice to women., If want a ,
yon ;
This election day (Sent 27th)-and, beautiful complexion, clear skin, bright Enos Canker's new house adds Iii3 I == t -

Oak Hill will go'dry, bat it V too early eyes red lips good health,take Holl'eter's much to the town and it will, be an up-
Mountain TeL There is SCHLOSS BEOS'Swell >. .
'I .to'.y; by what.majority. Rocky nothing to-date building when completed.Mr. ii C -
like it '35 cents,. tea or tablets. Ask -
'; 4' .Mm'p. D. Parker: and Quinton have your druggist and Mrs. Bums,of Canaveral, who Ready-Made Clothing

} returned from their trip, to.North Caro have been the guests of Mrs. Horton for $10 to $18' -Kl

fins and Mrs. Parker's health is much. KOCKUCDGK, sometime, have been made happy by '

improved.; Mrs.J. B. Bower spent the'day at Cocoa the arrival of a new giri. SCHWAB CLOTIIINQ.CO. :-

# Mr. and,Mrs. c., B.. ;Futehv of Hawks on Friday last Mr. Clinton Powers, of Orlando, who ',
d Park,'came' down Monday to see their. Mrs. Boyle and Mrs. Williford spent has been,visiting the Martin family, has Ready-Made Clothing-for,Boys ,' 'f I
t, daughter,. ,.Mrs. P.' D. Parker. Friday last at Sharpes visiting friends.' left for home much to the regret of his : H $1.50 tO $10 all size. ': *i'

., Mr. w. 1. Cause is'building a new Mr. and Mrs? Albert Smith and child- relatives, who would have enjoyed a ISiM

5' house near his hammock grove and hopes ren spent Sunday at Cocoa with Mr. and longer visit from him. KNOX, STETSON andHOUSERHATS. iI

'! to move his family there before long. Mrs. Hervey Bower. Mrs. Oscar Cheatem and son, Master .!,'

Mrs. W. C.Howes.returned from a visit : Miss Evelyn Travis returned to Cocoa Charles;of Palm, Beach, and Miss Bessie -': '

with Capt.'and Mrs: E. S.Content last : Sunday afternoon from a prolonged visit Waters, of Neptune, were the guests'of I I $1.50 to $5EDWINCLAPFSand '.n'""
their sister, Mrs. Alex. J. Goode, the past === Jr Jr=r=t=;:Ji=iJ, ,M; ;
week,accompanied by Mid Nettie, who ; to Virginia, to the delight of her parents
? remained until Monday.; ;sMr. and maDylrieuds., week,returning to their homes last Sun. *; >f fCROSSET'r'S

.'H. G. Putnam and.faster left;last The Ladies' Aid society met at the day night. FINE SHOES' '1

4week for a visit in Georgia, and Mr. Putnam home: of Mrs. Geiger on Thursday after Mrs. Lena' Hood and charming daughter $3 to $6 50 ;_ '

will go to New York before return noon of last week and held a very successful Miss Maude, left on Tuesday foWinter 'Ii-

4 ing,to see his brothers Lewis and Clyde.. meeting. The officers.for the com- Park, where Mr. Hood has ac f'<5
the of assistant B1Ta icaFineClothesMakrs "QUEEN QUALITY"Fine ;
cepted position postmaster o ) ,
Miss Brooks Curry and .Miss Annie ing year were elected Mrs. Hall was ;g
in that interesting town, while Miss Shoes for Ladles"r
x Belle Williams left for DeLand Monday unanimously elected president;.Mrs. Bet-
and will spend the winter there 'so that ler, first vice president; Mrs. Salmon,sec Maude will enter Rollins college. e4LTraer + Ktw rots $2.50 to $3.50 .

i Miss Annie Belle can attend the university. ond vice president; Mrs. Williford secretary Messrs. A. J, Goode and C. M.. Beau. ? 7rJ T = =J =' = ========= =. ,

and Mrs. Hatch, treasurer. Mrs. lean are spending a few days of this weekat Tb te brand are ree gubed- leaders la style,fit and finl.b. Sold only bl' leaders j S
Melbourne Beach, making some improvements .
Geiger served delicious refreshments con.
Mr. A. B. Wilkinson over Monday TUB LARGEST CLOTHING .
for Miss Cummings, at Myr- J
and took Miss Content home with him elating of lemonade and cake.
tle Cottage getting it ready for the usual line that and
everything boys
men wear
for a visit with Mrs. Wilkinson and Miss The sad news was received on Sundayof
Emmarine Mitchell, :who is. also their the drowning of Miss Geiger, of Lotus, list of northern visitors who always find. We sell the best that money can buy ',j

1Qeet. .' in Banana river. She went with a party this a homelike place to spend the win All goods marked in plain figures, strictly one price to all ,1

The lumber is on the grounds ready for in a rowboat on Saturday afternoon to go ter. }
Miss Alice Nicholson, after spendingher MAIL ORDERS .A SPEOJAT.TY :
Mrs bathing. They went out a distance to
p a new house for Mr.. and W. A.
into deep water. Miss Geiger with summer vacation in her Melbourne
-j t Goodrich. The neighbors and Mr. Jam
her brother jumped into the river and it home has again left to resume her studies
mill have been '
ison with his saw very SCREENS i
and at Gallaudet college, at Washington,
kind in helping. was very deep. She got frightened _
D. C. The best wishes of Melbourne ,
lost control of herself. The boat got
,. a Mr. and Mrs: E V. Jamison have left ,
away and her little brother could not rave friends follow this dear girl who is loved .

the Ellwanger cottage and are living in her. The body was found Sunday and by all who know her.for her gentle and For doors and windows <. i '
one of the new buildings at the mill. Thee .
was laid to rest in the cemetery at Cocoa womanly ways. '
tram road will soon be completed and the covered with wire. ,
; ,late Sunday afternoon. any .. i :
f shingle mill. at work. We understand a HENBY BENBCKeUNS REPAIBED ':..{.- .; : ,
large saw mill is to be brought here to Specially made gun springs warrantednot .
a take the place or'the one now' at workout to break. Every one carefully tested. (; "
q* near the. hammock. S. A. Read Cisco, Tex., writes, March Guns stocked. Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material. .
11, 1901: "My wrist was sprained so H. BESECKK, '
badly by a fall that it was useless; and Box 121, Tituaville; Fla Eau Gallie, Florida. : )
; 4 -- Startltaf Mortality. after using several remedies that failed to ,

Statistics show startling mortality from give relief used Ballard'sSnoT: Linimentand First Florida '
i, appendicitis and peritonitis To prevent was cured. I earnestly recommendit Orange J.R.WALKER. H.B.MACE. _..
and cure these awful diseases there is just to any one suffering from sprains." The first carload of Florida'oranges for '
one reliable remedy, Dr. King's New Life Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy and Eau : this season was shipped by the McLean JOHN R. .WALKER & COR; ,
1. PiHa M. Flannery, of 14 Custom House Gallie Pharmacy, Eau Gallic, Fla. &Simms company,of Parrisb in Manatee : '
''k place, Chicago, says: "They have not ,
The second carload from the Titusville, Fla. ,
, equal for constipation and biliousness. uv GAIXIK. county. : II
25c. at Red Cross Pharmacy. Squalls from the northeast during the state# was also shipped from Parrish by '

past week. H. T. Montgomery & Co.,of Tampa. :
trains J.'A. Gilbert is looked for about the
A Mr. Dyer of Stuart, stopped over .
middle of October. ,
5 on Saturday.A

large rattlesnake was, killed by Mr. The yawl Charlotte Casse shipped anew ; I IGENTS'

Henry Banks on the road opposite the mainmast Monday. Ayer'sImpure CLOTHING

Maddox place on Tuesday. Capt. Rogero has almost completed his ,

A number of letters were received during freight lighter. It will be utilized on the

the week from persons in the north Indian river. FURNISHINGS

.. asking about places to rent for the season. Mrs. Raulerson is visiting her son and blood always shows ,,
daughter-in-law this week. Grandma is somewhere: If the skin, then
Mr.Hendry one:'of the best known I
a great favorite with the little ones. boils, pimples, rashes. If the ;
truckers on the east coast, is busy preparing .
Mr. H. Bradford is nerves, then neuralgia, nerv- SHOES :
his giound and starting beds for win selling out his grocery
If'the ;
ousness depression.
1 ;, ter vegetables.All business at this place. We will be J '

'. his friends are glad to hear that sorry to losenhis enterprising family. /

11 f. Mr. Middleby, who has been a sufferer Mrs. Treutler is improving her fine Sarsaparillastomach MILLINERY i "

i- from rheumatism for a longtime,is much home on the Eau: Gallic river by laying

better.. He expects to be down early in out the grounds and trimming the trees. then dyspepsia, ,, ...> .

the season and additional attractions are Alex. Near,the artesian well contractor biliousness, loss of appetite. .

}: being made'now to his beautiful ..home, is now at Fort Pierce sinking a well Your doctor knows the FURNITURE .

* and grounds. for the ice factory at that pushing town. remedy used for 60 years. ,

s Mr. Clarence Boyle who has had the I I W. H. H. Gleason is back from an extended perfect"Retaraln wreck.from My the blood Cuban wm war bad and I wu mr a .... -

care of Capt. Sharpe's interests during the trip through the north and west. health aawpullla wa gone.completely But a cured few bottles we." of Ayers ; : : : ::.-'=:..
absence in North Carolina ia H.::DOEHUCS,Scnnten.ft. -
latter'a happy He tips the scales with considerable addition We want
1 1 sa bota.. f.C.ATIR: CO., your patronage. -
as his parents and family are expecting to his weight.Mr. Andre :l.b. I.OWPII. Man .
for .
: to start from their home in Somerville Edgar Raulerson will probably Our aim is to please YOU.

N. J., this week toapend'the winter have charge of the affairs of the Florida Impure'; Blood : w= New
Up-to-Date Goods
; season ,Sharpen. Mr. Boyle was Fish & Produce company at this place for in.every.

; very successful withjegetablea last ,win the winter months. Aid the faraaparllla by k eQin Line. '
ter. ._.I. regular with Ay.r Dual. >,.1';'
The in the ,
upper room public school Mail orders receive

._- Rheumatism, gout, backache, acid building has been divided to accommodate props, li 1,d
;- poison, are results of kidney trouble. Hoi- the higher grades, and E. Spiller is careful attention. '.-.':'_:"'' '
Mountain .
atet'sRocky" .Tea goes directly "
the wall.
painting partition
of the disease 8 t.Caul Taetp good. 0
the seat and
to cures
where all else. fails. 35 cents Ask your I The mortal remains of the young man, k tat a eoldb a JOHN R. ViLKER'ft CO. li; \
? l j
: drgpt. Dyke Smith (whose tragic death ia nar TitflSYle p.

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