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:
October 6, 1905


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


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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
002071719 ( ALEPH )
34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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


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Everything strictly. up to date. Mail JCLIUS KilN, : I
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,|'fii1. ; :About People' that ',The, Clothiers PKJNEY. .and&.;. BRAN Furnishers LSG, Superintendent of Roads Required to Wedding, Bella to Ring at. Eden is Being Done Towards the De ,

,= : !3TMteI. .-Here,and.'.There.. Tituaville, Fla. Keep a Set-tf Road Books The invitation cards are now'.out announcing velopment ofthe.PeninsnlaS j.. ;
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...r' ,.;['.<<' _:Wl'",,-.1.'"!'t,,'j'!'. ,:. .-" '. .. '..' I Mr..R. L, 'Motlow l left for ,Mulberry, : .''".
._..".... .j.1-"'';,>> : Jfi&ieFeafteir: expectsi. to-, manage Tenn., yesterdayafternooa, where. ,bis The honorable board of Florence Robinson, of Eden, to Mr. I Capt. A. J. Canova-and family,.form. ...
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-,' : Charles I. Hudson of Hamilton
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$' "'. bjardi4hoaietr.Miami, .this winter family resides.Judge erly of Rockledge, have moved from West "'1
,'e":' ff <'' :'" .' met Oct. 2nd, at 2 p.,m.' with which will take place in the Congregational Palm Beach to Miami.
'\t' 1 7ttte.Jove i.left"So'ndatdenioon'for Ganlden's family has returned fall board j
present. church at Eden, on Wednesday,
,. JIW1 -where be. Is. holding. circuit. cowlPeacock to DeLand'after spending the summer at Minnies'.were read and approved.Bill The recent census gives Polk county a'
e. ,.. .i-'W ,e".". Oct. 18th, at 8 o'clock p. m. Miss Florence -
.!-..'ji..,..,,."-'''''-[J:,; .."" ...-:; -0,-<,;":,if-.: ;: ,I Daytona Beach. of.T. R. Puckett, for $100, for publishing has hosts of friends up and down population of 17,863, the racial proportion .

:( 1lfi Ii u and children spent Mrs. R. E. Brown returned to St. Ang- state laws was approved. the east coast who will learn with pleasure being 12,856 white and 5,007 colored '._" 1

d | t week]watt; her :..mother, Mrs. Rusbff nstine yesterday after"visiting here with Assessment of A. M. Terwilliger on EJ of this joyous event. ,THK STAB is J. E. White, owner of a livery stable'

..{ 1!:ill.deter' it Ju jjjgjjg pjfc I relatives for about two'weeks." of SJ.of NEJ of NW}, Sec. 3, Tp. 20 S. R. pleased to extend hearty congratulations at Lakeland, is under arrest, and will) be J'

\Mr: Will4Miitb&a; of.Ean. Gallic,lr- Tom Carlisle, of LaGrange; 'left' the 35 E, was: reduced from $2,000 to $1,200; in, advance. tried for running a blind tiger' near that .

X ?:rived.Sunday, and h &his old position first of the ,week for Savannah,where he assessment of J. W. Griffis on E! of NWJ town. 1 1

,. X '- :'behind the eonnter at Brady's grocery. will work in Rocker's of SEJ, Sec. 3, Tp. 20, S. R.35 E, reduced Tinning, plpmbin and bicycle repair. Governor Broward bas named his
ing done promptly at"Giles'repair shop,
-:"J' $"i riterill preaching services at,theDletbn4' Mr.Ed. J. Stewart and mother; of Fort from $1,000 to $500; assessment,of S.: J. Titnsville. private secretary, M.A. Brown, for sheriff
; Norton WJ of SE} of R..R. Sec. 7 Tp. of Doval
church_next Sunday evening Pierce, arrived here )yesterday. d leave&aday'lor on county, to succeed the late W.
:. itTJO. \ invited to at- Fla 21 S: R. 35 E, reduced from $200 to $150; Off to College Studies For a Term B. Pickett
(AU.cordiaH.y. Archer, :;, where Mr. Stewarthas t
fI to. d I----- accepted a position assessment of Wm. 0. Peterson on lots 2 The first of this week marked the ,de- Stetson university at DeLand has

J. .. and 3 and E} of SWJ and NW} of SW},
dr.n4rewGriffia'returned home ,a parture of a number of the young folks opened with an enrollment of 249, which
<.. t.: ietudiiye ,:.from. Starke. Owing' to ,Mr. Ernest Svedelius, a shipper of fish S4>c. 13, Tp. 23 S. R.37 E; reduced from from Tiiusviile to take up their college is the largest number'in the history of

J ,ago from Valkarii, spent a: part of,Wednesday $300 to $250 assessment ot Mary B. Burns ,
Icoatinned illness he will remain bere forAwhile. duties for the coming year. Stetson and that institution.W. .
li and, yesterday .in town and made on lot 11 except S. 5 feet Wager's sub'dnof Rollins, as. usual, will receive the larger ,
JI''; .fO.. .: I. Mete., Esq., of West Palm '1
Tax STAB office pleasant call.
; lots 4, 5 and 6, block A, Titusville re- portion students from this section. Miss
''lftl 1}r::Mn.7.. "C. .Jones. and. two, babies, oft Geo. White disposed'of his nsmithi'nami' dured from $300 to$250. Annie Jones went to DeLand Sunday afternoon Beach, a,former citizen of Indian river, ,;j

!t; _Quayj arrived yesterday on a visit to her living then at Melbourne, was. elected _
moved and seconded that the
It is county
repairing outfit last 'week to W. P. where she will attend Stetson
r patents Kr' and Mrs. E. ,W. Hall, for a mayor of West Palm Beach on Tuesday.
: : convicts be hired PritchettA i
"' .. Giles who is enlarging his shop this to Wm. university for the coming year. Miss .

r .ot veets.. week, accommodate the same. Co..for the sum of$15 per month for every Frankie Stewart left at the same time for Traction train No. 40 is a new addition r

4-: 'Mr;Geo..F. Paddison, of Eau Gallie, able bodied man convicted in the St. Augustine to enter St. Joseph's academy to the equipment of the Florida East ";- ,

I' accompanied by his two children,stopped County 'Commissioner; R. A. Conkling courts of the county, he having the right Master Rufus Robbins started for Coast railway. This train will be used i fi

cDi!: ; bff'here.for: a,s\ort visit between theJtesiau.Sundity was in town several days_ week looking to receive or reject any man whom bethinks Winter Park Monday ,morning to enter in hoisting rock and loading cars 'in the

''' ..afternoon.'ade after the welfare of the county poor cannot do his work in a satisfactory Rollins college, and Miss houiee'Bmwn, vicinity of Miami.

t oul, B7one spen} a day,or eo farm, in which be't iog a deep' in- manner. The said Wm: Pritchett & Titusville; and Mies Mary Paxton, of Hon. John C. Jones, pro8et.'utinga'tor .
"c"; < :liSJ.3S.-S.'ItUar are of* }last.,.creek-_ '_at-_St.'--?Aogne-_.c'f?- e1erf beeti Co. shall pay from the date that noCfiMtyth8Te7iffeTthinelbally Rockledge left Tuesday afternoon to attend ney for this seventh judicial circuit, spe'n'last :1
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'". ... i .. ':. "F' ;' tNt ; or Rollins..! Friday in Titasville, leaving that
0>(; principal for>> 'the 'TituaviDe high writing and the'sheriff of Brevard countyis
-; 1't'fJJ ..:;':i. ."-'. .,.--......:......b\. :' school since the present term commenced hereby directed to notify.Wm. Pritch TOWN TICKET NOMINATED night for Miami, where he is prosecutingfor
7. T. Miami
-i-; ', xe.'erome' : Feaster. from, the state in circuit court this week.
:a;rritied1n Titasville,the early part of the has been appointed permanent principal.. ett & Co. of any such prisoners as soon as -

f J.3wMt"Lt a stay often. or twelve days to for this school for the current scholastic convicted and sentence! passed, and the Meeting Last :Friday Names New One of the bridges on the county road ; l

.*-p'** look'after bodneee affairs in this section. hyear. sheriff is instructed to deliver such convicts Officer For Ensuing YearA just north of Frontenac has been washed

...;;5fj.f ..?- v Mr. F. S. Terry, of Columbia, S. (X, of to Wm. Pritchett & Co. and take receipts meeting of the qualified electors of away, and necessitates those driving that

.' J{ W. Mrs. Dodson, and daughter., Mies Ida, the Columbia Fish & Ice company,'has for every prisoner delivered. the to*n of Titusville was held at the way taking up the old county road further i "

fui' ra ;; ; ;left,Monday afternoon for Kansas, where been spending the week in Titasville, he The request of John Dzyalinski and courthouse in Titusville Friday night, westward until the bridge is renewed.A .

',they will! visit.their son and brother who being argely interested in the Eureka John Kendig for reduction of assessmentwas '
Sept. 29th, 1905, for the purpose of nominating letter just received from Mr. Benj.
':t f !. ,...sent. them,. a very argent invitation tocome Fish company; formerly Haile, Griffis & refused. town officers to be voted for at the W. Jerome, from Connecticut states that ;the
'f.; ; out west for a while. Co. This carload of Clerk'sl1'port of tax certificates redeemed -
ships a election
company annual municipal officially called has just returned to New London froma
it,,e County Judge A. D. Penney and family fisb today. or purchased during the months of for Monday, the 23rd day of October, trip of three months in the mountains.We i\\

: {t ) m ved last Saturday from their cottage The Titusville Furniture August and September was received. 1905. suppose he will soon be coming -
\ :ii North '.Titnsville to the .residence of company The treasurer's report was received,
5 | opened for business this week in THE The meeting was called to order at 8 Florida wards.
}r= s 1-: ,Mrs. Albine Brady,on Main street, wheretfz&dl&t up checked up and the paid warrants turned o'clock by the mayor, Hon. E. E. Rol-
STAB building with Mr. H. E. Oxner in "
I Capt. F. P. O'Hagan, who has been
;:obey will spend the winter. over with his report were destroyed by lins, who stated the purpose of the meet-
' *:' charge. Shipments furniture are being keeper of Mosquito inlet light station, '
- Ft and Walker. The
Messrs. Cockshntt treasurer -
'" Wilson to leave thefirst ing, and called for nominations for chairman
tjjgjjj 'MEhel expects received and their display
nearly day
? every had his usual certificate of depositattached Florida for the past twelve years, had '
4-i jt next week for Tallahassee, where of goods in this line will soon be to his Mr.John Henry being elected unanimously been transferred to Amelia island! Fer- ,v j
ro.'J' :ebe will enter the Woman's Female college report. and E. B. Wager was elected
quite complete. Reports of Justices of the Peace C. T. uandina, Fla., and has taken charge of 3
... !>. taking advantage of the free scholarship Capt. and Mrs. P. Nelson, of South Titusville McBride, J. M. Sanders and W. C. Peter- secretary.Motion was made and carried that the the light station there.D. t r
alloted to one pupil from this county.
. t i and Master Carl,and Miss Helen, son were received. vote be taken by ballot. E. 4ustin, real estate agent cf Jen-

.We are requested to announce that arrived Tuesday afternoon from Perth Deed for right of way from R. W. Nominations for mayor being first in sen and Fort Pierce, has returned from a

5 '), 4.}: Rev, J, Walker, the eon of Rev. Milledge Atnboy, N. J., for the winter season, Goode to Brevard county was received order, the names of Dr. E. E. Rollins and month's trip in New York and New England -

:rJi' .Walker, from, Connecticut,will hold di- bringing with them Miss Seeler, a young and accepted.Tax Dr. B. R. Wilson were proposed. Harry and reports that the prospects for a i

.Tine, service, in St. G,briel's Episcopal friend of theirs from Denmark, who will collector's report of licenses col. Wilson and P. G. Walton were appointed heavy tourist travel to Florida the com

,',. '{.. ||5">-charcb on Sunday, he 22nd inst., at probably spend some time with them.K. lected during the month of September, tellers, and the ballot resulted as follows: ing winter were never better, and that

j% e. ;nIRhi: B. Ranlerson, of the East Coast Cat. amounting to$1683 for state and $841.50for Rollins 31, Wilson 32. the east coast. will get the the larger por-

;(..' a ::Mrs.'h' F..T, Badge, accompanied by her tie Co., purchased from Achias Bass in county was received. A motion made by Dr. Rollins that Dr. tion of U.

:';.B.sler,Mrs. .T. Blake Walker, went to Osceola county last week 275 head of beef Tax collector's report of polls collected Wilson be nominated unanimously was A delegation of prominent Key West-

.m I Miami,'her borne, last Friday afternoon, during the month of September for the carried. d-
tl cattle, 100 of them to be delivered this ere, consisting of Hon. George W. Allt'n.
: '. \-.111'& Walter returning here Tuesday for week, and 175 of them on the 1st of year 1903 was received. For marshal and tax c (Hector the collector of customs John Lowe, Jr ,
'* few weeks' stay before returning to her Mrs. J. E. Paine was allowed $10 for of J. N. Waller and A. J.
November. Mr. Raulerson's company names Higgin- Charles R. Pierce and J no. Sawyer, met

_A} :bomeln'Jacksonville. slaughters from ten to twelve beeves a nursing Mrs. J. E. Spearman, a paralytic, botham were proposed. The ballot was this week at Miami and conferred with

: :t -fr-,, ;Mr...(Geo, M. Robbins. and family arrived day, and furnishes the east coast from Ti and Mrs. Spearman was admitted to the announced: Waller 46, Hi !iDbotham 17. Yi -President and General Manager J.

home last Friday afternoon from tusville to Miami with Florida meat. poor farm. The candidates proposed for clerk and R. Parrott and other officials of the F. K. .

y.f" *qt' ?'North.Carolina, where they spent about No more money will be paid by the treasurer were: J. D. Ennis and R. R. C. R'y, relative to the terminals for the

.7f 'a' month, bringing back with them little Caught a Fourteen Pond Pompano board of county commissioners after this Pyles. The ballot resulted: Etmis 32, road in Key West.FURNITURE .
date for the maintenance of invalidsor
"" f; George} who has been living with hisgrandparents A fisherman by the name of Spiers, at Pyles 30.
who not inmates of the
farm unless ordered by the board.
., inn ;diaon, at Point Caswell, for over a year. pompano Wednesday night that weighed poor The of N. M. Fish N. by acclamation.To Tapestry Brussels carpet $1.00 yard. .
report Downeyand
vacancies that will be !
which is about the fill the three Beginning Monday special prices on
: i"Tbe of the ladies nearly 14 pounds,
--r, .. ,'. '- ,first regular meeting record for fish of this variety N. Tedder, marking, viewing and made on the town council the followingnames wool dress goods-plain eflecls.
'. ; '\of St. Gabriel's guild for this season willte laying out a public road was received and were proposed: R. L. Moilow, E. Rugs, mattings, linoleum.
"t afternoon, the 20th caught in these waters. Spiers made and the will be declared 70-inch linen damask, good value, DOc.
; i !don-: ,Friday accepted same a E. Rollins E. L. J. R. Walker
; Brady,
dollars fishing that night, and House floor, carriage, deck paints. .
f, .", } rinitt,;at the residence of the president, eighteen public road at the next meeting of the and 0. A. Stewart. The three candidates
rT and full attends he valued his pompano at a quart of Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville, Florida.
:"Mrs.. .T Wetmore, a board if there is no protest. the highe vote to be declared
.a : receiving
received the .
which he next
.. ;*nce of the members is requested as busi- whiskey, day.G. The bill of W. W. Brothers for buryingII. The result Motlow 30 I
: nominated. was: ,
aid fisherman who Panama hat cleaned l blocked and
C. H. Collins, an new I
.. will be brought i
: i tent o Importance, up between the canal and this place, Hagin was rejected. Rollins 34, Biady 43, Walkerand Stewart bands puton, $1.50. Miami Steam Laun
:...t -.r,:fol.eoDlideration. runs here Reports of cattle inspectors J. W. Car 32 each. Mr. Walker withdrew in favorof I dry. C. Collins, Ag't. Basket leaves
: i .. says the largest pompano caught was Hie and D. St. Clair Nisbet were received. the nominations for :every Tuesday.
Mr. Stewart councilmen -
:FOR SALE-Medium site black, marsh some years 'ago 'when: Capt. Joe Smith ,
b Road petition of E. Vesey Hall, et. al,
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_ Dr. E. E. Rollins,
't pony, three year old mare broken to the was in the fish business, and it weighed citizens of Merritt and Georgians were: HORSES FOR SALE. '
: "ate;child of eight years can handler pray Brady and 0. A. Stewart.
14} pounds. J. B. is off
Magruder lot of
buying a
saddle and bridle. ing for a public road, was received, and
her also boy's then .
1 adjourned.I.
; Meeting was horses and mules. He will have
k <-i.;t' -- ,L. T. DANIEL, NSW BKSTAUBAKT. N. M. Fish, J. A. Shippee and J. R. Car- head for sale. Mr. Mapruder one hupdred will
.. tx, : Cocoa, If want a' meal or table board at ter are hereby appointed a committee to W. Harper Whiskey strengthens yon have a carload in Titusville on Oct. 15th.

; ,!.w!,;r '. 'Miami Steam, Laundry has made reasonable you prices patronize the Peacock mark, view and lay out the same, and and helps resist cold! and disease better Write Magrnder, at Orlando, stating just

.5: g:;...,,Mri.C:The .Collins agent. Leave work at Restaurant, corner Main street and Washington that they report to this board at their I than the doctor-try it. Sold by R. L. the kind you want and he will) have onto
< Motlow and F. A. Losley. suit you in the lot. Satisfaction guaranteed -
Fine work, satin avenue. next in November.
the F.E.c.: Grocery meeting or no sale. '
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iIedoa gmttapteed. of roads is :
t 'k ",<[ BLACKSMITH SHOP. superintendent hereby MTRSERY STOCK FOR SolLE.I I r : :

}. ''t.P?" ; '':fJ 1 ''A1TI'O 4" 8TABKKB., FOR' HALL Don't forget I"do all: kinds, of blacksmith I required to keep a set of books, showing Citrus stock grown on high pine land. Call at Titusville Livery, at rear of ? i
.. < all road work and bridge material I Robbins' law office, for stylish $
l'w'n :' batteries; and wagon work, horse shoeing purch- Indian River Nurseries, established 1886. rigs.
'; J {'4I aID8&O''ba&_ needs no ,'and repairing.' Call and see me. I i Send for catalogue, Toledo and Vest Leave your orders for hauling, both doable 4
,: :jpie.#Jr 4D8.t'ud.m, IKJUU*at Tax be STAB sold I gun J. D. Emu, Titusville, Fla. Continued on page 4. {Palm Beach, FU. and single. J. M.Osban, proprietor.. ,

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s *. -v <. i > h, be14oithe mate 1' --Battling say a'that' inypugii1 J I
"'wi. : '' 'i'rt'b a \ ; :: in business, it is the aggresslya ;
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;:titl: '.,_.:said.'-that:-BeveraJ.of,the,',promt. ... ,. :who wins' .,\Trne- < :woughHltrbY'up -

iient jrrodaeersOUtempltite; ./-eipeeping" ,1 shbah>;,not>. .. .;cnn', ,r.against. '.some- ;one. .. '

. .B.E.. ..... : retreichnient., in, the.fatter. : of mounting '. who. =:.knows; how; -;mnhl*.ftfid': ...... : :: 7' ;> <
\ -MdWBfQ&prmSESa.'ZA3): :JoJu k&. "plays. .'-.'. They'. declare'x that as_ at' and, tern "it.,to bts'owiadviintager ,- ......
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.:'oI ftmAft: 1 TM .JIOGiI: l '_,.Impossible..., _proposition' > .unless-.. .. one.' ****** r
..: .au,bI--.1.t.rDou. ;" "':........:'-"" .;. (could-, --- guaranteed, .against- ..more. than- ., :'It. 'President. Boosevelt's,..earnesthopg.for wI LI JkI
....,: 'ftYD'I..... o .. _tn''i4-P..r., .,,.,,:.t $-per cent of faihftes.ilnwmnch. ..> as notmore.tbiil '. : aj..Se".' level, canal. It ta the- .
'"' &.. ."
., z f. ;..J .' ,' "r :',.. r :"r': <,1:*' : one:play Jta':twenty IS;really;: 'earnest ;hope. of all other' 'good med: .1,

: .Peiney,Titet- .a Buccesd, 'and'notire_: :. 'than one. 'In fiveontllv .that. the'PanaW" canal built'on' .j -

'.rte S ;;.viGs, *1.' jftttomeyr.D.IirGapldesT.d.'A'Stewartetreuita r ...the"_ "tIrst'month'jts', reer. it the"level". :all other respects.,

:"-rj } -' >e lerk_ utt,;P.'!A '')(oj' : w ll e seen that the,buulnesi is not oni ;. i
:; 1IU1a u;Ea1a Ga11Ie; Heartes i stablefoundatioa. In Mexico' It has been n ascertained '
dcJohn aivery -
'l'BuriU conslsting'of -
that In over
Jatdket a community
:: mf. via; trel8'u : .'' e; I'Jn these'estimates only those playswb1ch .
+11t.. ,A. V t eDt;of,. .e jMtrectioxi;:I.O are lntendedforuse at the" high 2,000 persons:95 percent: of them are
"'"- :-'Nr'? =Titssrillar '-.or.J',. ;.P Ameri '
color blind for the
N .. The asyluni
..'i' f *Brown.Tit38TilK herUP;::*T;'S.;Norwood+ price",booses' ire .coIi. 4erect. ., ,It is afact last
headed girl liar'at
,. ". melodramas can red been
<. FT1WYU1o. ..eef."ti" -. thatthree hi five of the bald .
'f. '
"" nk I produced' by 'recognized managers ,fonn .
F i COUNTY ODYIt ; -8.Lc ; -
fSl' -.' rJ .", ,C linfTUlma dr' Tn.......T W.Walker-Ti- :, in,.their line succeed lu1BclentJ) to Cures'Winter Coughs. v '); "' ;:
7 : f towttl Jobh?B.-MfotTIndianol r 1. F. : ODES cOLDS COItsUMPTIOitiBtC
": i-JT ; ; ,
$ warrant their continuation at, least;into E. X. Main Ottawa '
-? f-!Js ::*': WoptenCoco ;T.'JOodaliutti.IGrnge.TT J. Groyer.'lOl St. C. BOA
-- $ $ Befnlftt. are odd Stilt..:Monday,ia the*eecand, season. That is. because. Kans writes;,"Eft''' fall it has been mywife's WHOOPING COUGH SORE THROAT

.' *&tf ,.*,J each, _naeadona ti r #*" ,. no.effort: is,made*to.exalt the production trouble to catch a.severe cold, and : LOSS or HEALS THE .BLItGH IIN ) : # < _
L therefore to cough all winter long. Last THE'LUN S.
; ,,' : ,' 'the.'p1ay. The EXPECTORATION '
-- at the, >of ,
,'! : \ ? expense .
1 ; : fall I got her a bottle of Horehound Syr
,'f-l."" :IHealthful: :DramatlgxEvolution.. be"" = .the BEST reniedpf4f
't ,; f .auditor is given what: pays for She used it and has been able to sleep Endorsed by leading physicians as :
-'frffjt: : ff""t< ,Theae tre: the)days vneiutue :.worthy wholesome. sentiment harmless com soundly op. all night. long. Whenever the Children's Croup and Whooping Cough became?

''' ji +,..' '':iglbe',.wlth.nofttag::better > sit*, edy,'deep dyed- rtll lny"and ever trium- cough troubles her ,two 'or three doses it contains NO OPIATES. The action of Ballard Horehound -

' tf \-ft w ,'him)down:anti:eiolyes a,.screed;dealing phant rfrtue. It may all'be'elementary stops the"cough and she is able to be up Syrup is mild and benign! it is adapted to infants,as wen

.* Si .., <,-with, tbe deeadraee of.the;drama:". (t1 ,and 08t'of If trite in the extreme but and Red well.Cross 25c Pharmacy, 50c and'and$1.00 Eau Sold Gallic by as-adults of every variety of temperament and.constitutign. j
<; '
) > ,faT spernniaisu6iect.[ It'bobs .up' as it. is what gets, to" the people. Pharmacy, Eau Gallic, Fla.'CA.STORIA, I RemarKable Testimonial
Read This
: rlt ;t \ t... .v: regulirly,:as the:summer, t and,,'like.the The ""great" managers of the two dollar ,

2Y < Crammer, ItrBeaaorl, Is. ail too short. We ,houses, realizing. ,' are dropping MRS. B. W. EVANS, Cleantftter., Kit. wriiw-"My huabande
sick for three months and the doctors told me he had qoicl? con:
t'i iavetecome 8o this auZ their problem plays and, reducing the was CoOTW Bltil 1 1'it
.tJJ ''' tmmnaDwarning tliatit, aumptiOD. Werocured a bottle of Ballard's Horehoand
? 1 : Is .regarded cost of their productions. They are cared him. He is now a well man, but we always .a
*:* < *, much? .aa."thecry\of '"wolK..from ',thefoolish looking for wholesome American plays, For Infants and Children.' the house, and DM no equal for pulmonary _.,.....'-

".. : ?. .'f">'1"', *,. bovof! ,whom>:Esop tells' us.r and: the fact that they may be atrifle The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears Eas'to Take; Sore'to Core; Every Bottle GwanteLTHREE

y";,,.. ., *J ,Seriously, however we ate on the eve :melodramatic will not injure SIZESs 25c, JOe, l.OO,
4 i:t -\' .jtf s, : &cb o.fInq-on: the part the'Slinatve ST. LOUIS ,1I.
l. peat their chance of sale. This is a step In BALLAID'S SNOW LINIMENT CO., ,

i, .; ''':" e0t. ,,the so,caned"produdng" ,managers the, right direction, and, even though ofNOTICE .

"is' .countryThese'men'lacking: ct.i necessity .has driven the managers to _
' .Vft BY -
k r Cher the%cou.rage o i-the"'ability:to make it,' it is a matter.for' congratulation on SOLD AND RECOMMENDED

7 ';r .. "< original'productions: hate been the part of parents who take their OF ELECTION.Mayor' RED CROSS PflARMiCY TIIUSTILLE' ud EAU GILLIE PHARM1CT, EiU GALLS:

.J. depending:toa, great extent'.upon .the daughters ,to' the theater now in'fear:, .Proclamation of Annual Electionfor "

t ..,'';<;t +. forelga product,: no/ .only the play! ,It.1. and trembling that the,story may be of the Town of Titnarille.

- k..: self, but.; the 'production ,Including the iype which is known as ''r .cy.- but Southern ,Railway
"' ; An election hereby ordered to be held at ,
\; 3 -', properties scenery. costumes and ac should be termed "filthy." the court house in Titusville, Brevard county,
!. ;, ": .cessorles.'Thlswaa; "all, right BO long as s. Florida, on Monday,the 23rd day of October, EFFECTIVE AUG. 6. 1905.Xos. .
, -< '
: :j ,j. ) Professor r Jaques' Loeb' of the University to elect- : Between Jacksonville and New York. : 291
f <::,", ,; that it'in, toallit1tents, ': exhausted.'the of California has made another A Mayor, Daily Daily. DaiJ7. -
", ".1 tnonortgmaL commercial "producing"manager Marshal. and Collector of Taxes, 755 P == 910 a Lv Jacksonville, Fla..80. Ry. Ar. 900 a == 820 P
: ;'f Important step toward an,explanation A Clerk and Treasurer, 121 a -_ 120 p Lv.Savannah, Ga.______wSo. Ry. Ar. 450 a/._._ 4 05
.l. r-:; .' ,is"at: :his, wits'"end. He real- of the process of reproduction of animal A n Assessor of Taxes 955 I/o-- 1020 p' _Ar.Charlotte N. C.-------.So. Ry. Lv. 950 u ___ 833 a #

Y; .. ; l'' toes,thai he:mii t_really make productions life. How much..more interestingand Three Aldermen to serve two years. -642 --- -58 I/o Ar. Richmond Va________ _SO. Ry. Lv. 12-30 pi!_-_-_-_"-_.1130 P

:4et on his own responsibility, Just aa profitable it would be if he should The following persons are appointed judgesof 9.. 50 a A,. W..hlngton. D. C.-------So. Ry Lv. 19 51 a .---- 9110 P
said election: A. J. Sembler M. E. English,
1125 p----6 30 Ar Baltimore, Sld.------P. R. R _
he realizes that he la a Lv. 81a: a 822 p
not'eompetenttor' Charles Will H. Hall clerk of elec-
\ IL work at the other end and invent a
: ... 233 45 pAr. Philadelphia Pa.------.P. R. R Lv 33 a ____ 36.i P
: vdo'8o:> He'must find a way out That patent compressed food tablet wherebylife tion., E. E' EOIXIXS 630 -- -- pAr. New York N. Y.P. R. B Lv. 121o a _.___ 525p
-- t: is mperatl .. He,.Is Ignorant of themetbodsaby'Wkichthe 15th '
might be ;indefinitely prolongedand Titusville, Fla., Sept 1905.iiV .
' -- "., atmosphere 33 and 34-"New York and Florida Express. Daily Pullman Drawing Boon
''.' : artistic the Joys of youth ne'er grow dim Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York.
1JJ obtained; but he knows where with the'twilightof Nos. 29 and 30-"Washington and Florida Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Boom
can' ., age. Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. _.
silks and velvets and tights, be purr
'! -
chased. There is the solution for himfh -. No 30 Xo..29Dally.
.The United States treasury has received : Through"The Land or the r.ik,." .
lot of' the Daily.
,.money. Spend a .money on
, ; success. over $15,000.000 in gold from 755 P Lv. Jacksonville, .,----'--_________.---_...__=.__SO. RyAr.. i"OO a
: :, ; production and force it into- Alaskan and Klondike deposits -this iiV iiVr 1215 a Lv. Savannah, Ga..-.-------..-...._____.._.._..__._.S0. RI. At' 450 a
,' ,This'plan'has? ;been''iried during. the. other-countries where the 600 a Ar. ColumbIA S. .,-_...__-_-_--._______________..So.. Ry. Lv.' 118 s150p
last- season, or 'two. In several Inetancealt year, and In Seeds Ar. Asheville, l1'. .,_--------__________-_.____,:____5o.;By, Lf. 41S P a
i metal abounds the yield has been unusually 237 pAr. lot SPin! S.c.----------------__ ____.__Ro. By Lv. 114S a 3
: -' : has proved successful, but In prolific indicating that' the j are known by what they haw 6 (00) P Ar. Knonllle, Tenn.-________._________.______ __.---.80. By. Lv. 833 s -
Bothers the. failure has. been as emphatic j grown. For half a century they 815 A Ar. Cincinnati Ohio.----_______________ _______....__Q. &; C. Lv. 8 t5 p '
gold output for 1905;: will exceed, that'of +? have been the standard-haven't
ai a life insurance offldal's "yes" to a failed once to produce bigger,better Nos.29 and 3O-Pullman f'
any and every other year in history.'OA9TORXA. crops than any others. Sold Drawing Room and Buffet/ Sleeping Caro between Jacksonville. ud
*8.* proposition.,toenter a "personally con- I by all dealers. 1905 Seed Annual St. Louis, daily.
.. 1 ducted" ync lcate" This has set, the free to all applicants.O. .
h t iho trod Yap Nara & M. FERRY & CO., O.13 Between Jacksonville and the North and West. i1d
< : managers thinking. One flat failure of gears t, 'JIJjSigWm r _1 ul
:13 .. Detroit, pinch.kj _
't r-- I _a big production will eat up'the profits $/i+ t frTSTfi) ,, .....__. 14. P Lv. Jacksonville So. Ry-...___ -..._.....__...__ 935 a+...... ,
: ; half Gf .. .----- 3 00 a Ar. Macon. So R .-....-..-- ...-.- _____:_LV: 21'' alA .. -
t ofa dozen moderate .successes! f ----__. 520 a r. Atlanta I So R y---..---.- .--..--.--.-._Lv. 1150 .-..._--_
't' ___:.___ 945 a Ar. Chattanooga, So. Ry--------------______.___.Lv. 613 p'
- of Life Ozomulsio'n .1 40 J> Ar Cincinnati, Queen A Crescent__________ -___Lv. 830 a =-=
is the Foundation
,Nourishment is the. Foundation of Nourishment :=:::: -
t .- (' ,. _______ 840 P Lv. Cincinnati Big Four Route-______________Ly. 710"-
_______ 710 a Ar. Chicago, Big Four Ronte--______..-__-_Ly. 830 PhI:=

V '-ich Get Bottle From Your -Druggist, and Today Begin Taking Ozomulsion Nourishment. --------.,-835p Lv. Cincinnati; Penn. Linea.._____-___________._ lr. 6 43 a(1-
.. 710 R -.r, Chicago. P enn. Lines------------ ---Lv. i---
==:::: .P.----
: .. t __.._._ 8I-I Lv. l'iJ'lDnatl! C. H. & D.- lononr-_.__.------ -Ar. 740 _1_....._ .
: .: ==== 723 a Ar ChIcago. C. H. & D.-Monon___.. > _.__.Lv. 9 O'J p...._
', :{L1'1'<: _uu__ 945 P Lv. Cincinnati, C. H. & D.-1Iich. CenL__.__._:=AL 7 00 _'
: '\: ', ': ': _______ 52() a Ar. Toledo C. H. & D.-Iich. C't'nL.Lv. 1140 nt--
....,. 725 a Ar Detroit C. H. & -Iieh. Cent______._-Ly. 1000 pC:=
; >7"l '" $ :::::::
,' ',<'''''(;;,,- : : ---____I 8 30 P L\. Cincinnati, P fnn. Lines-_________..__.____..-Ar. -630 a(_-_
,". :' ) ,1 :::.::::i 5 5; a Ar. PIttsburg. Penn. LIDes___.._..__.._.._... Lv 815 ;/I.......
rT ______J 930 p Lv. '. ," ;;, =====:_l 6 4.5 a Ar. Cleveland, Big Four____________-_______".Lv: 9 30 !==:

' ,, (. -------I 810 JI Ar. Louisville, So. Ry.______.___.____.___.. Lv. 740 a J-
: .' YOU_ EVER THINK ----___ 13:: a Ar. "t. Louis. So. Ry_____________________ ___-_---Lv. 1010 pi--_-_
ra4 t .. That asimpleCold-atgiectcd- .
.; : ',' Nos.13 and 14-"The Florida Limited." Daily Solid Vestibule Train
: Through Day
-:' is generally the primary cause of Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati.

,. j V '
-;'. < CATARRH No. 5 Xo. 13 Between Jacksonville
>' and Kansas cui. No.
\: .. So. U 6

;:= ;' and predisposes the Sufferer to Bronchitis.Weak ------. 745 P Jacksonville.lle Fla, So. ----------____________ I.9"35 P '
I. :. '. Lungs Pneumonia and Consumption? No _..____ 520 al Ar. Atlanta, Ga., So. Ry--------.-------_-:..L11150( a -- --
;;;.'- -. ,,.,;: _u____ 1201 Ar. Blfnl1n ham. 1a., So Ry-----.-- ... ..: _j p --
; -- .
'", i Preparation ever formulated equals in preventive and curathre .u____ 805 aj Ar"Memphis. Te\n., Frisco--! -......-.-...---.-..-...Lv. 1815' p .--.-.-.
<: ,:. ,- powers for these Ailments the marvelous properties of .------ 940 at Ar. Kansas. FrI8CO__________..---.-- Lv. I 6 30 I p, .--- -

; : Nos. 13 and 14--'The Florida Limited." Daily. -X


; ; '. J. C. LUSK,District Passenger Agent, 108 We.t Bay Street,JacksonvineFta
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.. additional .
Life-giving elements of which arc Guaiacol,

Glycerine, and the Hypophosphites Lime and Soda.. s

Ts.-. '. ; If you have never Tried it,write today and get by
: mail TRIAL BOTTLE FREE x ti1atM9 .E

:_ t* OXOJKCLSIOS CO..98 Flee Ter :

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: i f'. \.. Prompt and Satisfactoryresults. a
It stands alone tor alld" is.
.:. '.ff. eflicieucy,
.J ,.> strength.

*F -":.' '. ,- It has plenty of metal and it is f"

", "', '. where it does the most good. i
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It is perfect in
design and
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LL mauship.
Everything means
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i / EDITOR'S "NOTE.=Having knowledge of. thfe unequalled merits of Ozomulsion, we Have no -- ------- iBrI'

;-, hesitancy in recommending our readers to send for a Sample Bottle. LEST YOU FORGET, WRITE

4 t TODAY,"and Convincing Testimonials of its Wonderful recuperative and curative properties, together dgeport BridgepOr.t Machine &: Motor Co. f

R with an artistic little book, entitled "BABYVILLE," beautifully illustrated in seven colors, and a '

, [TRIAL BOTTLE of Ozomulsion Health-Fogd-Tonic will be sent you at once absolutely free by mail. Bridgeport, Conn.

j Address: your letter or postal card to Ozomulsion, 98 Pine Street, New York. F. N. HITCHCOCK & CO., Agents,TitusrUle, Florid


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nedlately and, add to the number. :
the:state's'bwntlful lakes.f ? lf::

Afrl 'Cotton7 Fallt; ';"
ean <- "' .:}
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issued '1'->;
f A'reil'f by'thei department } .
commerce and, .labor',:shows 'that --S-:

result of the attempt to grow / ,

a"West Africa hag 'beeJt-.vel'1'dls o :: r ; : .
aging owing to' the .absence ,of .tia :

portation and the lack of labor.Baggac {r

Cart Next to Engine : ; i-i-4r-

With' view to lessening the : t\i '

of Injury to passengers'in the event ;

a collision, the. Pennsylvania'\ .'WI!

officials have ordered. that' ...
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cars be placed next the locomotive ; ""
'''' ,'.'." ,.. .--,. ... ,.. .. ...." ;'''-.'.'.....,,--....,.-..,.."'" '.".. making.up trains. This ;
,, t .i ':-A.iJ' >> '- ,, .'- -. ;e, ... 1"-'P-; '
.; ,, : :: .. bolds whether the car is needed
S!"'" g <$>!:I'"b.<,, ,J' It.could be turned into a'sea.levelVatftway : eradicate railroad rebates was achieved ?
--: : sot
". 'O'.t11 \ or Always a ;
TrfC' Jaggage .
., ;: :; '}!: ;hi ".{,, -0 ; -.' .. L;'" ,:.laterc jrltbbut',Interruption oftraffic'upon in the United ,States' district:court in car must be attached to the !. 1--
..r'" "'.:" M l '''' ? '. ., .Ift. 3 Chicago,. when four officials of the t: k.
: ?y*! :* & <' i .... In[ the. case, of combination .cars
':,'i:.:...J>W baggage end
< :< .;t-v: :;:,,' ; .r ., : .. _
,::"'o _; ,'-.t. ._ .VI..., : _ee._ W-lUqaruwna".. : commissioner of internal revenue fompany pleaded guilty to the;charge .
'...<,r.,-. .., .." ., '.... ; Good Fo..t... In Demand. > .t
M. &I .ft....,.. >11....... has of accepting' rebates in a conspiracy .Iii.
b that 'druggist
; responded to who
; :O :; A ." ; every. Tbe' service has Issued
,/"" thiotatn.m 1 call Philadelphia sells patent medicines having whisky to 'violate the ,Elklns :antirebate law forestry
f J: _: < or' other ,distilled spirits, as the chief and the conspiracy act Heavy fines bulletin stating, ,that .good' ::
Jfltaing to the
nomination of an antl-
;! await trained foresters and that
"** at
Ingredient were once imposed by the.courtu 'F
will be
obliged to a ;
pay special 'rif
\;; tfeket for sheriff
coroner ,
and. : demand* for them is constantly -.
ft' "i : ;it.i. tbe government as a liqcordealer. fu.kws: Samuel Well vice president
"' :,5- county commls"frtoners -: .. of the New York branch B. 8. ing both for publlc"and pYlvate
< The manufacturers $10,000 ,
: o these ; ,!
;v ; \:: t: ": : .. l
<.. ,: whichstands f
M' .;.!1>.'.'?'' NJ'M"- medicines will be,required to:pay the Cusey. traffic manager. $5,000; V. D. During the-last year seven of the '. ;-.t'-';
::\ ip ( ..! for May reau's force have left to take up
special Sklpwurth assistant traffic
1l r imposed. upon, rectifiers and manager, i,
.. .
: 1 .4. -: WeaverVadministratron- ,
.or .
and four
;) >'-' Jt J ,,, ,)\. liquor dealers. $5,000 and C. E. ,Todd, assistant traffic with private owners ,
:. "' itH, t1.. < have accepted public positions in : ....
-" -s, !> r; A:Billion .In.the TreMury. manager, $.),OOJOne check for .
$ kft: .J :and ,.for .,goodgovernment. ; all these fines, plus court costs, signed ferent states.A ":
.ff"'J2.'kt-; The
.... recent count of cash in the 'l"i'"
-1i : by; Vice President New Hudson Tunnel. ...
Snlzberger .
s United .was
tt '!,. States treasury' showed that .
9. .
;. tI ) .
handed to the clerk of the The the 1.
/. fjI 4 .,; ''inarched in a ,the figures.: irehderedvtby Ellis IL'Rob- court m- incorporation .:
\: ? erts ,1 whenv- mediately. In extenuation of their Tunnel Railway company of New ,\ -
body to the city on July he'handed the '.
acts tie counsel for the defendants calls attention to the -
i .
; i an sey purpose t
:ball over to his
to pledge .treasuryship successor, ..,
,- ji't. "their .support to Charles H. Treat were correct to a gued that they had been .forced to resort which it was organlzed-namely ,. .'f-:,
to auch methods by.reason of their construct a runnel under the :.
.the mayor, who. cent The grand total is $1,250,698-i
l competition with the so called beef to a terminal at Chambers street, r ,
said that the 278.58 :
2-3j',an enormous gain over the '
trust after the issuance of the Gross- tween and the Js !
Broadway ,
JY fund
man who votes; reported at the last count seven
1; t" -i". the cup Injunction. 'The illness of Mr, bridge .terminal, for the use of '-\"l
":.;;:,,' 1"& '. City years ago, when Roberts I, entered_ upon "
.r'. .( r. f-i'%: a his duties. Weil partIy'accounted for the absence electric lines ... ..
;} JlL ,W ftI'. .*truer Republic .r' '" of a'contest The sentence was that northern J. t:.
;c .
Banner Year In Patent Office. ,
.' :l gfft.ttW he'*.the decoy ticket The the defendants should be confined in Jersey. With '\.}1:
annual of the
report commission
:" -i' um ,b1. .the so..called Republican'or- .. Jail until the fines were paid, but as tunnel .. ,
PDIIit1oJL. '.The" Democrats,promptly er of patents\shbws that the past fis the check covering the amount of the ed, the 'tt -
cal 'year: was'the banner'year In the fines was Immediately forthcoming Service
1i. 1% : .ftfm 1T Indorsed the City \
,, 1(party'candidates'.without. any sort of history; of the patent office.' The receIpts there was no need of utilizing the pro announces I .f
'1;. -1l4fJ"'; The city convention was without were more than a million and vision of imprisonmentThe intention to ., (i't..
a half:and the expenditures a question against Armour Co. and speed iiM
iJt7 .precedent in being,absolutely un- cases a high
; '\ ':pledgedandunmanlpulatedj Tbeplat- of a million, less. There were 30,260 others were rosumed on Sept. '7. rect line :

!f ;.t 'If.provides'for.a complete and thorf patents granted, and 1,426,trademarks, This conviction is the first on record Newark : /.J..

;",,;.... (ougn revision of, the election laws: de 1,028 labels and 345 prints were' regls. ] of an Individual charged with giving will deliver tt'.t.:

: p;: :J jmands .the",appeal of 'the.Ripper bills tered. Patents expiring numbered or taking rebates. Earlier the.Indicted sengers! at ".f1- '

.i: .-, ',.and'the.divorce of office holders from 19,567. meat packers had attacked the Indict New York c ( l-' :

{ political_control. South American Trade Envoy. ments on several technicalities such as: ball in .. rq/
,tt j Black ,Square,Jerome Emblem.Tbe Ex-Judge William ,L. Fenfleld, solicitor secrecy and improper service. minutes. )t

,:; :"Jerome Nominators" Is the of the state department, has'been Castro Seeking Evidence. J. B. McDonald. rangement.s ....' .h.

..-,, t il '1- ,'name.:,of. the',.new''party arranged to. appointed as special commissioner to Before the TJnlted States commissioner also been ..;: ;
f. visit-: South and Central America and for a Joint station at
: ,', nominateDistrictAttorney Jerome of at New York the deposition of several passenger { V 's'
:; W f ,' investigate trade relations with view, City* which will enable the Erie t,
:New ,York for.- a second\tenn. Peti- a former employees of the asphalt :
ifJ.tIona.bearlnl'' :to;: that: name and marked Improving American commerce. ,He trust has been taken in connection with way to transfer Its passengers to, .f 1
will to Brazil first This is the tunnel line. It Is'estimated that
.: wlth'a blackblock; ; << _one'.Inch.square asan go position the suit of the Venezuelan government t. 4f'
&i 'emblem were Issued and distributed that some thought would go to for $11.000,000 on account of alleged train time between Jersey City 4"..... ; .
11ft for signatures, 2,000 .of which are necessary Loomis. the New York: terminal will not
; aid to. have been given to the Matos i-t ".
: to :run Mr. Jerome independently. revolutionists ceed five minutes. Applications 't ,
'J' in 1002.' The employees ,
J the rights will be made "
!; I I necessary
: FOREIGN testified that substantial help had been
Parker's "I Told You 80." the rapid transit commission at
I I given by using the company's cars to
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The tunnel has
-f1 Ex-Judge Alton ,B. Parker, the Democratic carry revolutionists from place to place I company an
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Czar to Call Peaoe Conference.The I capital of $7,500,000, and its line .
presidential candidate of .last and the payment of certain sums of .
> report was current at St Peters extend one and a third miles and
,!'t't jear, commenting on the testimony be money to Matos.
burg that the Russian government bad enty feet below mean high water
flt.1tON" : the Armstrong committee that the decided to address the foreign powers Clerk Cashed Falee Voucher*. John B. McDonald who built the .j'r
i-j. :. .Kew York Life bad contributed 18,000
';:-1 -the with a view. \holding a second peace James W. Boyd, a bill and claim hattan subways, is among the
to Republican committee
l: : .. : campaign ,
-.i, conference at The Hague. It was at clerk of the public health and marine porntors. The move Is believed to
ii'. ,; ) ,declared that the New York Life was
presumed that this hospital service, has been arrested ou of the between the
t :: _".: .not: .the only contributor of that sort.Recalling once step could not a part war
be taken the his the charge of presenting false vouch and the
by cur without having systems Pennsylvania
l,'; ;; y'; ; his charges of corporate corruption !*Vi
... : reached a complete understanding ers in the past two years to the amount
.} .made during the campaign
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of $20,000. He- pleaded not. guilty,
with The latter
,: = Mr. Parker repeated that the officers of .
and was released on a bond of $10,000
the.. Mutual and Equitable as well. as was reported as being willing that the I EDUCATIONAL ]
"" ,' czar should initiate. furnished by a guaranty company.No .
;C 1 many of the railroad and manufacturing .

f.iil,.',' > corporations bad made similar contributions Germane Defeat Hottontete. Copyright en "American." School Board Ite Own Builders. ;1 I

i .1 to the,.Republican fund. He In a battle with the Hottentots of Judge Holt of the United States cir The School Journal Is authority ,-I. 't t

r-\' .,,' Insisted that such men as MeCall have West Africa the German forces killed cuit court at New York refused to the statement that the Chicago ....,J.: t t

t' ;: no political convictions that stand In sixty; natives and lost two men. The grant an Injunction asked W. R. of education has decided to free : t .

;\.i ; ", 'the war of their personal advantage. Herrero rebellion under ,the native Hearst for the purpose of restraining from the contractors by i ) O!" ';

i ,.;. When at a later session of the committee 'chief, Wltboi, in German East Africa, the, publishers of the American Illustrated the construction of Its own school { J

i.r: ; President MeCall swore that the Is spreading. Magazine, formerly Leslie's Ings. In addition to this the board \l' ;1

1... ,"f.. ", Democratic' .campaign. committee with Later General von Throtha the German Monthly from using any contraction of considering the practicability of equl t
Parker's knowledge and consent badtfi commander suffered a disastrous the words "American" and "magazine" ing the buildings from the school .

:=:;. aolldted money from the New York reverse,' his wagon train laden with as a name for their publication. Hearst shops. Already In Its repair shops -

f.ille.. ,'both Judge Parker and Chairman rifles and ammunition, being captured claims that the Sunday supplement of board has begun to manufacture

.tfki heeban of the Democratic committee and the escort annihilated. by the Wit- his newspapers are the only publications blackboards and.other school

f.5tc". '. .Issued. emphatic denials.Conference .. bols. entitled" to the name "American University Emuiatec College.

,;\l!: ; al Sagamore HilL Nicaragua Convict American. Magazine. President Harper of the

!f;S;." The fact that Secretary of State Root The state department was advised Murder of Editor Thompson. Chicago has announced a plan

:'\' Senator 'Lodge of Massachusetts and that William 8. Albert the American Mystery still shrouds the violent the reorganization of the junior '

ifIYi.Joseph' H. Choate, were: guests of the citizen who for many weeks has been death of Jacob H. Thompson, for forty leges and their division Into small

t.1 ;''- .presidential Oyster,Bay and :that they In a Nicaragua prison on the charge of years exchange editor of the New : leges to be known as colleges of

ft slipped away by' an unaccustomed resisting authority and Insulting President York Times, who was found In his I literature science and philosophy,

;j:',: roujte In.order to avoid questioning re- Zelaya, had been found guilty by room at the Hotel St. James, New' each of which there will be ; ti

rHlr,tq '.. ', porters'' gave rise to the report that the the local courts at Ocotal.Japan's York, covered with bruises, and unconscious colleges for meD and women. The '1
kiitf'.l." revelations made concerning the campaign Total late at night He died the
War Fatalities.The of this policy is to secure that more ".'j
; of Insurance companies next without having regained : '
i ;.contributions //losses of the Japanese during the day con timate association between 'J
under consideration with sciousness. It known that be bad '
: ; :was war with Russia as now summed up and student which constitutes the ; I j
.. for federal been in the habit of .
1l plan carrying large
view to hastening some ;
..., by the authorities at Tokyo are: Killed attraction of the small colleges.A .
) ;.: : of all such corporations. sums of on his and robbery J

:; control ,. money person
I W ; : 46,180;, died of wounds 10,970; died New Writing Method. ; !
that the president particularly was the most favored motive of
It was said
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from sickness, 15,300. This makes the 1 \
assault At the outset there A new method of teaching
>Qt desired that the Republican organization was no '
of deaths from sickness
percentage i
ship in the classroom has been ; 1 .
should return the $48,000contributed trace of his assailant
i .
New York Life'spresident less than 25 per cent of the total, which in the schools of Newark. N. J., "t 1 ,
I :;.. the Is lower than that of any other war on I INDUSTRIAL I the Newark News. In place of the

I record. blank copy books the writing ; : ,
Bryant Begin World' our. II Naval Armistice Arranged. has prepared an original' I't of ,.I

;:' Mr:and Mrs. W. J. Bryan, accompanled A delayed dispatch from Vladivostok Peat u a Fu.l.Experiments l. cards containing capitals, small .

'. by their son and daughter, left told of the meeting of the Russian and being made at Lexington and figures, which are fastened to -: ,

;t Uncom, Neb., for San Francisco where Japanese admirals In Eorulloff bay Mass.. with peat as a fuel for locomotives blackboard In each room. These ;'I

::: they were to sail for Japan by way of Sept 16, when terms of a naval armistice and general manufacturing be constantly before the children., '1 .

Wt; ; :Honolulu. They expect to visit many were arranged which regulates the Industries are proving successful and the teacher gives Instruction In :i __

i .1_ "fonxfo during a year In which they will question of contraband and zones of It Is predicted that a period of new ward slant writing. .: .

; -!: ,. ) 'Circle. .the ,lobe.L' navigation. \ commercial possibilities Is at band. Against Merger. : _

Cuban Political Mu"'" The Boston and Maine railroad 1* The Massachusetts supreme ,}

;) EXECUTIVE I In a hotel at Clenfuegos, Cuba, a using big quantities of peat In Its engines has ruled that the Massachusetts i c

pitched battle occurred when the police on short rung, with satisfying stitute of Technology could not "" :
1J.."'.' ". went to arrest of Liberals results. The Inventor of the apparatus more than one-third of Its estate
Work. a party j
:J'f.'W uld Pueh Canal for his Boston for and could not ,
said to be secreting arms and bombs. preparing peat says discovery building .,:.
.: 7119-advisory board of engineers of of Villuendas will revolutionize manufacturing in the property under the grant of 18G !
A Liberal member -
congress _
:!:.,,' the: Panama canal learned at O.sterr. the chief of police and several districts far from coal fields. The advantages This conflicts with the projected _...,, .

: Bay that the president favored the others were t1ll d. The Liberals favor over coal are more heat low- ing of the Institute with Harvard :. .
t. :::, sea level canal. He urged the the of the
Gomez for president as against er cost and much less smoke. The one versity, as property
1t. to decide as quickly as possible upon a Palma. ... disadvantage is that coal and peat can was to be sold after the merger'wa

::: :r.;'. :plan .of construction, keeping in mind not be used together. It must be one effected.

. ;:: .' the utmost practicable speed and practical or the other. Peat, which has long
: that the plan will be Sick headache is caused by a
! \i1 : certainty I LEGAL-CRIMINAL I been used In Europe is made from
:f- :;. f '. feasible and that It can be carried out vegetable deposits dug out of swamps condition of the stomach and is '
: '! minimum risk: He thought that .
.- ; irtth Guilty Beef Packer* Fined. and dried into briquettes that are most cured by Chamberlain's Stomach and
; the high level, multiple lock canal was sale Red Cross :
: The first decisive triumph by the as hard as coal. No disfiguration of er Tablets. For by

M.. .'-.-:. preferable oily: and If.It,could, be built .with.greater I federal government in its purpose to the earth occurs,. as the holes fill, Imo macy. : ;

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r antaee : port.of. superintendent. of poorfarm. /J
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abWtba the trained nurse is;becomipg Resolved,that the> A tax collector be fur Y:. fR'

aiteasmhcba matrimonial ,mejiosas niehed with .100 printed postal 'cards to, _

' ; _, the cook;' the cbofra or the-typewiltetgjI ae don- .$'tax:notices, ''the f printing'. to bedone .MR.,C..'-0.;.TAYLOR '

: under the-supervision of the collector. -4 "
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'r_ .There"are fflany\things: rel&irigj.te PE-RU-NA HAS BECOME THE FAMILY, s V _
J.o. is instructed
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'Jreight/snipmemlvthat ,'rem- MEDICINE_ OF .THE WORKING

't >"edied/lad maaftrifee tbat ;shonld jmi county showing plats>aU'ch&nge dorm to'and' Jan.subdivisions. 1st, 1906, PEOPLE IN HIS CITY.Mr.C.D. .

t y receive attention. A fait adjustment ofirateslxrtweeV .. Taylor has been Clerk of
made s5ncethe last revision i and that -
' e rwlrpads. and shippers, he the City Board of Health,Jacksonville, fA ND

+ i should be bad iwiihont any serious din be allowed the sum of f 75 for the same. Fla, for ten years,,which position has flit RG
\ ie'appointed .
x Conkling acom- afforded him amply opportunity for S' '

mittee to have suitable barn,, stable ''and noting' the best means of preventingand

y4t { t'A"1aw ?Florida, 'entitled" 'an.act for wagon shed built at.the'poor .farm.
!the protection'of birds ;;and Their rieete," 'Bond of G. F. Ensey as justice .of the He expresses bis approval of the asa '"

{ which was approved.. ofPeruna ms the most effective na.s
t makes it unlawful to kill;bnllbats, peace
of of such vitn't Interest
solving a. problem
'k' noww being slaughtered Jn some eections. The following vouchers were approvedand
: to the community in the following ': : .
r .;; What are considered game birds warrants ordered to be-drawn for the letter;--: For sale by the 50,

killed in but the same on this 3rd'day of October, 1905.
: can be season, buljbata MThe health 6f the poOr of a large city '

;U s s are not in this listtW -COUNTY. -REVENUE-GESKBAI. FUND. is always a question of viui interest, INDIAN RIVERr'MUSIC

e: -tFR 1. W, R. Walker, county commissioner.$ 4.00 not only to the city officials but to every

'Judge Wall,, of Tamps has, dissolved B. A. Conkling, co'ty com.and mileage' 12.80 citizen. It has been a source of much ,
r iff : *' of J. R.lliot" M -.. 8.40 satisfaction to me to find that so large a '
the secured by 109 pupils
ft injunction "
1.}.Woolen, 8.00 HOUSE -
f .'w_ .' M. .. .. number of working people in moderate L :
.the Turkey Creek School t to preen. (Mrs., T.J..Cockshntt,:: 4.80 ,
Jas. Pritchard& Son mdse ferm4 circumstances have accepted as
y L. B. Mathes from teaching on the ground ; poor 62 Ferula
J. M. Osban, car. horse hire poor farm 2.75 their family medi-
;. '' that the courts could not 'interfere with Wagoner&; Co, mdse poor farnu.____ 43.28 Working Man's cine. It has cured TITUSVILLE., FLA. -'
t .t: 'diecretionary.powere; of school boards in W. E. Walker freight andhanling fer
tilizer poor farm__________...... 3.75 family;: Medicine.. a large number of t ..
x appointing teachers. S. J.Melson & Son;horse wagon and cases especiallyof

harness, poor fkrm.______.._._____ 215.00 catarrh of the Dead, lungs and
a Ludden- of New York James Prevatt, fertilizer poor farm... 45.00A. stomach and the -k
Syracuse building-up
Bishop A. Stewart, min. for pub. Sept, Oct 10.00J. general
: preached"on high fiDance'the'other ,day. .P. Brown, waiting on county court- 2.00 health it cannot fail but prove a help .

'Ha had warm word for the J.P. Brown drawing and aim jury and,blessing to any community where ,
an especially county court-_..._____________--? .1160 it is generally' adopted and used. 1
life insurance magnate whoas be. said: A. A. Stewart, rec. statv. of Fries rail- I
"Go to church'on Sundays- with bibles ODder ----______________________ L25 have found It an honest,reliable remedyand E. L. BRADY & BRO. ,
t- J..O..Fries _..,_______...____ 10.00 am pleased to endorse it."-C. .D. ..
their armalind spend the rest of/ ibe A. A. Stewart, accountant _...._-___. 30.00 Taylor. .
week: stealing millions from the public." J:P. Brown, janitor______________ 5.00 Groceries
1. Grain and all Food Products
-' A. A.Stewart, waiting on board and -Address Dr.8. B. Hartman,Presidentof Hay,
. *: auditing accounts______-'____--__. 78.00A. The Hartman Sanitarium,Columbus, _
Col John R. McLean-of Ohio, broth .A. Stewart, report del. taxes Aug. We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes'Fertilizers. We deal exclusively F
__- er-rn-law Admiral and and compt. and c.__...___.. 2.80 (lbto. in the above lines of goods, and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices OB
T of Dewey owner
D. L. Gaulden, salary pros attorney.. 33.33 Grain and all Groceries,delivered at your station. Eo L. BEADY & BRO.,TITuSVILLE,FuAGON'ER .

of.the Cincinnati. Enquirer. has'acquired 1. F. Wooten, 1904 levy__-_ 225.63
'a half interest in the Washington POSSe W. S. Norwood, registration officer..___ 15.00 it'll &. CO.
John county treas_____ 129.80A. !) -
x. i \,:. When CoL,McLean gets ready"o run for D. Penney. salary county judge, __ 25.00 Urain i
President hewill, be assured of a certainamount J.,Brown,jailor,_______________,, 30 00 Staple and Fancy GroceriesHaVEGETABLES ieIlr:
of backi E. L. Brady, mdse .for jail__________-' 3.35 'nds,
f' newspaper og..... Red Cross Pharmacy, med prisoners_ 12.60 .
Jrt St. Lucie county amt. dne 1904 levy_ 75.28 A SPECIALTY, ;
'M. F. :Dwyer, the noted'torfman., has A.A. Stewart, mak'g cert copies..__.- 1.80 ,
Fr M. Taylor stamped envelopes cir.ct 10.70 TitiST7ille.. i : ,F1or1cla.
: \brpkpn down mentally: and,-physically.
? J. P.Brown, waiting on board co. com. 4.00 ,
s-t 'He will be.placed in :a aani ariuin.. He James Prevatt, saL supt poor farm Ang 45.00R. "
the : his Bowler, ferryman______________ 5.00 SAN MATEO CIGARS
won and lost millions on turf. in
Conkling. work on poor farm
': time. He once bet $40,000 to win $6,000 and mileage....______..:___,____ 14.80
s v favorite being one of his horses. East Coast railway freight-on "rndse.'
the own poor farm__.--------_______ ____.; 12.45 FiR CY Have Made a
Now he takes a back seat upon the ad E. L. Brady & Bro., mdse. poor farm. 49 04 QL .
.vice of his brother and former partner Bed Cross Pharmacy, med. poor farm. 3.05 Reputationof
J. R. Walker& Co, mdse poor farm__ 8.85 Their Own.
!W : Phil Dwyer G. F.Duren, supplies poor farm._-___ 1.20
....- - Mrs. J. E. Paine,
nurs. Mrs.Spearman. 10.00E. PLENTY OP MONEY The of the San Mateo :
success ': '
L. Brady & Bro., seed for poor farm 46.03 Cigar ':
Trainmen in. general, and locomotivengineen John B. Walker& Co., mdse. for jail. 150 iJ lost by failure to insure. The thing to is one of the greatest triumphs H1-/-: ""

in particular, are busy discl1ssina'a E. W. Dunn,cook poor farm, Aug., Sept 24.00E. ask vonrself is: "Can I afford to lose my of the East Coast since the freeze. '
1 ; story about a member of their craft Jamerson, work on poor farm__... 15.7Jan house: or business?" If the answer is yei, V i

lir t which,is published in Lippincott's Magazine .A.E.McMillan Prevatt,,supt.<<-5 com.poor farm on 1905 45.00P. DON'T INSURE. Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula of Florida and the

T r for October. .'The author Robert levy.____________________ __ 672 64EOAD Island of Cuba can produce, and wrapped with the rich, silky leaf grown on East
r If the answer is no, then come and haveus Coast plantations, the cigar industry of the world has never produced a better article.. .
: 'w Gil Welsh, .understands the. temptations FUND. make you a policy at once. It is the For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union News Company

i peculiar to the running of trains, St. Lncie county, amount due____.._.._ 45.97. only safe way to avoid the risk which on every train entering Florida.

and. "Jen of Culver's Jump" is in its way N.District M. Fish No., road 2-work_____-________ 10.00 and may quickest ruin you.settling We represent companies the in best the Twenty Sizes, Styles and Grades to select from. =
a masterpiece. District No. 3-

------ -- E. B. Arnold,road work.___________ I:5.00 country. Manufactured by $. W. ROWLEY, San Mateo, Fla.. {
E. A. }I. Stewart ____________. 15.00F. MORGAN & WALTON,
rte The census of Brevard is about corn- A. Drake, ______________ 5.00 TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. "
plete. The totaling* will show that the W. P. Arnold, ______________ 5.00 .
E. Svedelious, _______".____ 5.64 rs'rI "R DNS LIKE A CLOCK" f i1
t population of this county is somewhere N. )1. Fish, ____________ 152.30 : ,
, + about 3700 or 3800. The population of Richarde road.------------------ ROBBINSQEAHAM ,

-j' Brevard in 1900 was 5158, so that we have N. Downey, viewing road.._._..._._._. 100.00 2.00 & Dads Acetylene Gas Generator. c;
made a substantial gain, making due allowance N.Tender, viewing road.____________ 2.00 .._ftt
E. C. L. & ________
I ; Supply Co., lumber. 48.61
for the establishment of the -
.x new District No. 4- CO., {

county of St. Lncie. Titnsville precincthas A. S. Dixon, road work.__-________. 16.50 (Incorporated Paid op Capital 2500000.!) rri Feeds 0
Dis'rict No. 5- ,,. ,
now a population of about 1071. In This company owns landsin <
,H. Carlisle and B. Johnson, road work. 8.00
1900 the report was 804, a gain of 267. the Indian River Coun-
; wnw SPECIAL ROAn FUND. try,on the St. Lncie River, Lump'
: District No. 5- at New River, and on Biscayne f& 7iW 1q1'I ,..4s'
= A young man by the name of Leonard St: Lncie county amount due.___.___ 46 94 Bay. ''I .-

.aF3 stole $359,000 worth of securities from a II Carbide.Gas I ,.JAi.-, .
s leading New York bank the other day _
T.A. Robinson .game warden_______ 30.65 for land list. o. ,'"
and then said he did it merely to show > .
how eBJoy' it was to work some of the great .. ;
,t J. P. Brown, crim. ______ TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. _
. financial institutions. Such is pros. co. ct.-- 12.60 A BRUSH WITH SAVAGESis >;
# a man no A. A. Stewart, ________ 1.28 .
ordinary criminal. Indeed his place is J. P. Brown, com. on fines, col., etc____ 11.54 a novelty. The higher the civilization
j among the financial geniuses, since the St. Lucie county, amount due___-____ 4.68 The Alpine Cottage the larger the number of brushes in use. Yield xy;
; J. P. Brown, crim. pros. J.T. Ct_____ 6.15 Judging by the demand here our customers :
amount of his booty approximated
some FEEDING PRISONERS FUND. Under the management of Mrs. Kate have reached a high state of refine- -:
of the profits taken by insurance magnates Myers assisted F. A. ment. Every day we sell more'and
by Losley, more Larger
from operations with the money of J. P. Brown, feeding prisoners_______ 163 70 of these excellent '. >

their policy holders. Board adjourned to meet on the 6th. TITUSVILLE, FLA. TOOTH BRUSHES, HAIR BRUSHES, ''
Acetylene the light of the future. It
day of November, 1905. i BATH BRUSHES, (etc.) has
past experimental Over '
Daily or Weekly Board. stage.
Perhaps the fine i
The Springfield Republican thinks that quality has had some 100,000 generators in use in the United: ...
The "psychological moment" for asking House Newly Furnished. thing to do with it-perhaps its the States. .0
there price. Cheaper than coal electricity .
should be no excuse for another all : t
the czar to contribute toward Anyway, purchasers are well)) pleased. or kerosene. Every
First generator guaranteed
.1 Class.
Everything ':
epidemic of yellow fever in New Orleans, RED to
; CROSS work
statue commemorating Perry's openingup PHARMACY satisfactory. Use for beating, .!
in view of the progress made by science : of Japan to civilization baa not yetarrived. Location: Hopkins street, near Julia. TITUSVILLE. cooking and illumination., ';
in fighting the disease. That the current
E. W. j
y 'visitation has been well handled is beyond LA POSADAA EAST COAST MEAT MARKET Agent! for the East Coast j'

a ;. dispute, but there are still many tart Hope Vanished. Circulars and price list on application. '

RRy.o questions in connection with the disease When leading physicians said that W. PLEASANT FAMILY HOTEL 0. P. DUREH, Agent ,i.t

that are unanswered. The mosquito theory M. Smithart, of Pekin, la., had incurable

has been strongly sustained! yet there consumption Dr. King's New, his Discovery last hope vanished for but St. Augustine, Florida Florida and J. L. MOBLEY, f
are eminent physicians who do"not ac Coughs and Colds, kept him out of Convenient to Union Depot TITUSVILLE, FLA., ?

eept it as conclusive. Preventive mesa his grave. He says: "This great specific and all points of interest : : WesternMeats Contracts for all kinds of Painting,. Kal- :. .

ures wiy undoubtedly be taken in future, completely cured me, and saved my life. BetuUhlly Located ud Open ill the-Yeu somining, Staining, Finishing and Paper :\
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e be such an epidemic as there and lung cure." Strictly scientific workmanship. i .

... ,was in 1878; bat it is hoping too.much to for coughs, sore throats or colds;sure cure pre- Special$1.50 and rates$2.00 to per families day. Work anywhere on the East Coast <,;,

hope t1i'there will never again be even ventive of pneumonia 'Guaranteed 50c. and of all Kinds. <:;
'. t :a email'epidemic of the fever. i and $1.00 bOttles! at Red Cross Pharmacy. permanent guests ::: Specially solicited. Let me know what .7
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Gould, Proprietress TITUSVILLE, Ion get my estimate on it.
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7" 6UMMAKY FOB SEPTEMBER, BY EEV. JAB. H. The United States government is soon i Silver Heels is the title to a new Indian -
." -- Held a Meeting Monday and Decidedto WHITE U. 8. WKATHKI OBSEBVEE..
intermezzo just out, com
to establish to a novel mail route along two-step
:itli:1: ,SURVEY NOTES Support the Regular Ticket Highest temperature 'on 3 days 89.0. the lower Florida keys from Miami as I posed by the author of Hiawatha. The +'c

""- Titusville, Fla.,.Oct. 2nd, 1905. lowest. temperature on 2 days 72.0 far south as Upper Metacombe key. The the firet,kind strain that is an people absolutely will themes Then i j,
.t t mail boats will touch at all and intermediate
.. Mean for the month 80.7 mean camps .
; average a few bars of real tom-tom Indian music- ;
; Editor of The Florida Star: ,
and these will
nPrelimiflar! Information Furnished to for 24 yearsS!>.7;highest mean for 24 years points, places precedes an.exquisite strain euch as } _
then receive their first mail service. This
The colored registered voters of the
; 1889, 85.6; lowest mean for 24. years 1897, et is famous for. Introductory price 25- j
route is regarded as one of the most
:Ir '.The Star By Surveyor,Fries town of Titusville and county of Brevard, unique in the United States. cents.t -g
having been entirely cut off from 'a privi 78.7.Rainfall Gloriana waltz is another September -J.
in inches, 13.57; average for 28 issue with a very fascinating French strain 'I
lege that we thought to be ours ,as law
jl OSESlOF PROPOSED CANALS years, 8.14; greatest for 28 years 1878, Cheated Death. which once heard will not be forgotten :

: .... abiding citizens of said town, county and 23.78; least for 28 years 1882, 3.01. Kidney trouble often ends fatally, but Introductory price 25 cents. : .
:;:.'??tf' 'tf. .. state, namely, the right as registered vot Prevailing direction of wind northeast. by choosing the right medicine E. H. The new song, In Dear Old Georgia, : 1
her-1m Bd.Used.: For Transportation ers to be admitted to vote in the primary' ; Wolfe, of Bear Grove, Iowa, cheated by the writer of In The Shade of the Old _f;

.. i..fL".- held in this city last week for the Number of clear days, 13; number of death. He says: "Two years ago I had Apple Tree, is making quite a hit as a 1
asd Also Drainage Purposes purposeof fair daye: 10; number of cloudy days, 7, kidney trouble, which caused me great popular ballad. Introductory price 2. >
S i?J SlJf nominating the officers whom we are number of days with rain, 16. Number pain, suffering and anxiety, but I took cents. t
&f.!. t to live under for the next twelve monthe, Electric Bitters, which effected complete The above new issues of music can be-
.\ t. H The surveyed lute begins at Winter'sueek met on the above date to nominate a tick of days with tiunder,15. cure. I have also founrt them of great supplied by the Indian River Music
"" in'the west. end of St. Lucie river, Island Home, Merritts Island, Fla. benefit in general debility and nerve House, Titusville.
E et and petition for the same to be put in -Y'
< vruns thence sont! 60 west, 23| .miles to trouble, and keep them constantly on
yr ;,)f .:' : the field at the next election; but after A Judicious I find "
+., fr.a- point'one mile >uth of Cbancey bays Inquiry. hand, since they have no equal. Isham Edward to Hang November 3 }
; several debates by our best colored citi A well known traveling man who visits Red Cross Pharmacy guarantees them at
',,3).; i{ ,in,Lake.Okrech.obee. Fall at present 21 I zens we adopted the following: the trade he has often heard 50c. '_ Isham Edward, one of the negroes con--,, ,
_: :, ,7feet, .but fake very high. drug says victed of the murder of SuperintendentN.
citizens of the
We, as law abiding of who asked TREASURER'S STATEMENT.OCT. .
":' ,i.. Highest part:about, 40 feet, above St.. of Florida, county of Brevard and town druggists inquire customers W. Eppes, of Leon county, will be-
for medicine whether it
{ Locie river \\ith'ery gradually andevenly a cough was 1st, 1905. hanged Nov. 3rd at Tallahassee Gov '
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of Titus ville, and knowing our ability to wanted for a child or for an adult, and if V
slopes both ways ,The preliminary Balance cash on hand Sept. 1. 1905.$ 7999.24 Broward having signed the warrant for
live under for a child they almost invariably recommend -
t stay so, can any governmentthat Amount received in Sept. 1905___. 453.49
"'! ;L line. was run: At every 100 feet, set maybe elected, but we trust that in Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.The his execution. -, ,
;numbered stakes, heights taken and reason for this is that they know TotaLS 8452.73 i.FOR .
,{:,:.- .< taken. that primary that there were as good'men there is no danger from it, and that it Less warrants paid in Sept. 1905, and
"soundinga to a depth of ten feet selected as our present officers and that always cures. ,There ia not the least dan warrants delivered to county com-
'This line is to be used as a basis for colds and missioners and board of public instruction BOTH
';' will such in giving it, and for coughs,
"-";a.'f.' '*:. proposed change they. give us just protection as ger it is unsurpassed. For sale by Red _..........._......_.._1463.71
{ Wk 'permanent surveys; any we have bad in the past twelve months.A croup

. y; can: easily be calculated from any of the resolution was also passed: That we Cross Pharmacy. Balance cash on hand Oct.1,1905--f 6,989.02

S ." stations, the height,of which is known. offer a vote thanks to our present officers The above amount is held as follows: One disease of thinness in

::Probably,by shifting the line half a mile for the protection that they have given Weekly Weather Report. Deposited in Indian River State children is scrofula ; in adults, ,- I{

= to the south the high ridge in the center !1.B.DEPARTMENT OF AGSICULTUBK:WBATHXB bank as per cashier's certificate at- consumption. Both have
4,v,'t; our homes and that a copy of these BUBEAU. tached to monthly statement...f 6,989.0"2Balances poor
:art :can be avoided and the extreme height proceedings be handed to THE FLORIDA belonging to each fund are as blood ; both need more fat.

A reduced' 6-7 feet. A. definite location STAB for publication.The JCPITEB, FLA., Oct. 3. 1905. follows: These diseases thrive on lean-

fwi1l be made November when they meeting was then adjourned.J. Comparative statement of temperaturesand County: revenue general f ncL..... f 610.20 ness. Fat is the best means of t
the weather rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. road and bridge .. .. 13.50I
:. 'water.has gone down and A. JOHNSON, Chairman. 1905 1904 building ___-___ 7.85 overcoming them ; cod liver oil -

&:* has become more agreeable. '. SAMCEL: E. GIBSON, Secretary. DATE.: MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. fine and forfeiture ______ 4,325.73 makes the best and healthiest.
.The intention with this canal, in con.:1h Sept..n 85 75 84 72 feeding prisoners .__.__ 798.65 $ r
iifi. 28. 84 75 85 73 sp'l r-d f d,Dist.l........... 9.13 fat and r'I
: Ra "' .. nection with the Caloosabatchee canal to Fish, Eagle Flies Into a :Drug Store ".. 29. 83 74 85 78 .. 2_.________ 516.54
'the gulf ia principally to give an outlet killed SO. 84 72 86 72 .. 3___-______ 157.76
Petermann large eagle
Clarence a
1 Oct 1. 85 74 92 72 5, 8t. L c'y 46.94
", ;r for the water running into Lake Okeecho- last Wednesday night at the Putnam 2. 85 74 90 75 game warden fund__.____..... 18.46 SCOTT'SEMULSION
'- bee,'and therefore prohibiting the same The bird had become blinded 3. 85 78 94 76 property of deceased persons
f To pharmacy. Total rainfall for the week. 4.88 in. fund...... .....________ 1.80
.. to;overflow the Everglades proper. by the electric lights and flew into the Departure rainfall for the week plus 2.47 school fund (general11.282) l

,,: -]: .Affect the drainage of this valuable land store, where it was killed. It is of a variety inches. special tax school dist. 1.__._. 146.96 l
Departure rainfall since Jan.1st, 1905 plus 2170.30
canals to be dug.
;:; ,separate have known as the osprey, or fishing 2.12 inches. 4' .. 3StL.c 43.87 :
;s ,\' This canal, probably about 100 feet eagle, color dark brown above, with H. P. HAEDIN, 4StL.c 8.51
p ,< feet deep at high water in Official in Charge. is the easiest
:: Wide aDd 8-10 head, neck and lower parts mostly white. qnd most effective
Total______..$ 6,969.02
:;( : 'jOeechobeewill also be used for transit The bird measured six feet from tip of Some Seasonable Adviee. Respectfully, I form of cod liver oil. Here's a 3 r

ii' on.intended, to avoid carves in the wing to tip.-Palatka News. It may be a piece of superfluous adviceto Jobs HENRY, natural order of things that '

ia much as possible, as such are urge people at this season of the yearto County Treasurer.How shows why Scott's Emulsion is
r t< 'r canal as and create Insomnia and Indigestion Cured. lay jn a supply of Chamberlain's Cough much '
i moreapitofcaose: washouts of so value in all cases of
{; and Bunion.
: and other ob tiuctlon& "Last year I had a very severe attackof Remedy. It is almost sure to be needed to Cure Coras
;: sandbars' will probably begin this winter.rrlcfetfol I could not sleep at night before winter is over, and much more First, soak the corn or bunion in warm scrofula and consumption. More h
; 4 Work indigestion. and satisfactory results ob- soften it then it down as fat
: prompt are water to pare more weight, more nourish- ,
"-tl'' .> Battering Believed. and suffered most excruciating pains for tained when taken as soon as a cold is closely as possible without drawing blood ..r;

: C:) virulent three hours after each meal. I was troubled contracted, and before it has become set and apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm ment, that's why. ,r a

i'' : Suffering frightfull! from the this way for about three months tled in the system, which can only be twice daily, rubbing vigorously for five
u. G. Grays -
r poi SDI of unaigested food, Stomach and done by keening the remedy at band. minutes at each application. A corn Send for free sample. :
used Chamberlain's
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"itq.J'I1'!' a 'lOlI, oflulabliss:, ': when This remedy is BO widely known and so plaster should be worn a few days to pro- --i* ;
; : '; pills'dth the"result,stomach? he writes.and Liver Tablets, and received immediate altogether one should hesi tect it from the shoe. As a general liniment SCOTT &: BOWNE, Chemists

; f ; $ "that I was cared. All relief," says John Dixon, Tnllamore, On. it in preference to any for eprains, bruises, lameness and
.'l-f'f<- _.; t;bowel disorders give way'.to ',theIr Bed tonic Cross, tario, Canada. For, sate by Bed Cross other., It is for sale by Red Cross Pbarmscy. rheumatism Pain Balm is unequalled.For 409-415 Pearl Street, New York s

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;, 'h: cause:Q;;indlgJ'-Q V; protest'amountingpeo exercise.. : 'the West Point ca i -t
.j' -'-the Jn the'tlatt:; campaign 'we had, thespectacle the
Japanese soldiers
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: -p 'Aso'comma haf)they. elicit_Tittle.more, athlete'In politics appealing\ojhe suf i 'to the heartS of the "grid- OF SEAROUTES

1;:. { 'than V ghrug or .. trpgept' people as candidates for I 'on the banks of the Hud> QUEEN

-'ilia,: \ lci the highest office In.the gift'of the na* I {
J;: the: ; 1 better. or'{worse. : special favor:. to .Sergius .
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: t k'J.\1'- -: -than- ;;the modern" Ways?; Does.the alga tion. ;Judge Parker kept up his_horseback : la.8, senior peace envoy;

't'.i{f .nlflcttt ibrugM or,'the""cynical'smne" ,rides' and his :early. morning when' they recently visited

1(-f:1 :promise more for,national growths .and swims hi the Hudson,.no' matter what Military academy.'all ca- .
t;< tcength than 'thz elndignantp mteati : the exigencies, 'of. the;political'situation. to walk "punishment Merchants & Miners'Trans.. Go's '.. '

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with compUcebcy.;on public;wrongdo' regard,to the 'election' Interfere withhis Witte's intercession. It
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tog,'the,',whole moral, .foundations ''on' enjoyment of:outdoor diversions. tula, on the part of the STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN 3. /

i rhich the 8trUctU S'of:.'civilization -Is :Elflra Root, 'secretary of I state and statesman, as by .; ,

head of the cabinet, and his first assistant ---- ---- :
founded. are In'danger. Public unrighteousness men the football squad :
leads' 'toepriate: -nnrigbteoua1 Mr. Bacon! are much the same by a number who .';:

1 It is the-more dangerous because kind of men .physically.. 'Mr. Boot, stars In. the'past and SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & i :

_z .the" more: widely' :;observed, especially though. he has reached' the'. chloroformIng will be needed later on. PHILADELPHIA ;;.

s .so when no punishment: .or,at!least no age according to Osier Is still athletic I > '. ,:..-

a* 'adequate punishment' follows.its expo and, fond of open air pursuits. ,\'. ;- ..;

( ipre..U this ,tendency continues, the .Rhea President Roosevelt. went on --- Direct Connections for --- TI

1W characterization ''corrupt anti content his hunting trip In the west last springhe Pills

w; will be, applicable' to more than one : left\ Secretary. :Taft with his .320- ashllgtollIIOi! York and Boston. :

,fir .American city., pounds to.stay hi Washington "alt ,

'Take the recent exposures mute insurance on the lid," as the chief executive himself the TORPID LIVER*-'' ',; ,

oompanies-=the misappropriation : put It. Judge Taft, who tipped the the digestive organs, '; .;
the bowels, and are tin : .
= of funds rightfully belonging'to scales:at 225 even'. as a boy of seventeen ,san Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations <. ,

policy holders;- the Immense salaries, was a weighty factor hi cane MEDICINE and cuisine unsurpassed.SEND ;; :
%; junkets : rushes at college and has always been ''f- : f-'
r banquets, pensions and speculation -
out of the of, those whop noted. for his physique. Horseback rid distracts their virtues FOR BOOKLET. i !
: ,money recognized, ,
as they pos <
'have to the lug is his favorite method obtaining, properties in freeing .. ,..' '-, .iHS
.:pinched ,,pay premiums, ; .
exercise. Attorney General Moody; from that poison. Ele .
campaign>> contributions paid, out of reBenres : .
:}' 'really held' in"tr 14 What can. who ''ia short and thickset and has a sugar coated. C. AVERY, Com'l Agent, JacksoDTille. .-*,

we say.:when.these> things are avowed well' browned complexion, walks eightor Substitute. J. C. WHITNEY, Zd Y. P. & ,. L, W.P.TURHEa.G.P.JL, ', i
ten miles a' and is a horse.
with scarcely a Mush and received day good 0.:

-F with little more than.a murmur? man. One might go on enumeratingother THE'COUCH GENERAL OFFICES BALTIMORE 1"

scandals m'the men in public life at Washingtonwhose
The postofflee depart-
the habits of,life are similar. The THE LUNGS '
; meat ,In agricultural department .
lathe public printing office, led to' pun late'William M. Evarts held tenaciously I

ishments in to the theory that exercise wan! Dr1King's Florida East Coast
j: ':":i thkfmot imprisonment, .- Railway.local ,
unnecessary and
dismissal or prosecutions,' it Is true, something altogether .

but_this}"result 'was due:rather'to the a great many .statesmen of his time Discovery

determination of the than to acted on this theory If they did not Time
president Card No. 62. Corrected to Sept. 7,1995.SOUTHBOUNDREAD I I
any .'publle'' outcrJ. ,"lbe: rebates paid preach it. The doctors said that If the.1"L.'U' Pries .

by the railroads In violation of law, the late President McKinley had been hi aid 60c .$1.00LOS DOWN. 'NORTH.SOUID-IEAD UP. jlv4t
ute the habit of taking more rigorous exercise Free Trial. .
beef, trust exposures tn./O11cago. ;
reiterated statements In the magazines' be would have been better able Quickest! bun for all No.09 No. 29' STA.TIONS I No. 78tH,. tal
to resist the effects the Dally Dally Daily Daily
of of attack of the and LUNG TROUB I
and newspapers graft among buyersr' -
great'bouses the'known assassin. BACK I 00 P 9 40 a,Lv _....__..lacksun.vUl....____ Arl I, 'I 00 I'I 8 50 a I:
of corruptionof
II 0'1 48 a" ___. .___
\I .s\ "acIt1K1hV1l.' LY IS U 8 n a
city governments throughout the The strain of the life of today In the 1115 P Pt 1055 a" __._?SL I 5 5d PI T 40. ;.".
professions and business is exhaustiveof IS 53 P 1134 a _.___."..HasUngs.- __ : t U l'I It, a
country, the existence of monopoliesthat A _T10p 1150a,1" -.---. Es P,18'kI\ _____ ; 4 S.R!! S5 a :
,in their very nature are great vital energy and injurious to the S4 1213 pAr, _.___P"lll\h.. .?.......__ Lvi{ 4 10 100 a CC .
Sri of Yacht and SMI- a'Lv ....._......... ._._._
these' are all bodily functions, and unless some way ". Published.RUDDER II 45 p11_ 2\ ?.Palatka. Ar,, Ii 00 pi a iii a C i toI .
grafting concerns- things ever ----
of is found the 'C 1I P_ 2 OIl par ...?_ ...__San }l.._ Lv: 2 It) .._- r" D
1 familiar to the reading public, and yet recuperation pace can 210 P 8 Ol a,LY ____.8an oaten_.___._ ArI; U PI"7 to a ;a 1C ,

are tolerated. Is it not time the American not be held long. The Increased'atten- = 7 50 pj 12 3 pLY. _._____ Ftxiga: _____ Lv 9 ri; p II 60 a u4 '
tion ta various phases of outdoor life BOOKS 8 03 P'12' 41 p1' _....__.....?- unndls .??..___ ;i 3 44 P 686 a
t people examined their own consciences 8 10 P 12 W p .....___Dupont..___ 3 at V I 29 a
this class of men'shows a __._._ "
among that 8 U P 126 II ? .Ormond SIt P 4 61 a
? Is it not time to ask have been built from the lines
r our Q\ 86311 139 P, ?..____...Day.na____. 3 00 p .41& h
seriously if we are doing our the fact is coming to have greater and books-Successfully sailed in II 04 151 Pi" __.._Port Orange....__. .. 150 P 4 36 't
Iel'fM.- Full detail
: greater recognition. : \ upon, showing every sea what- it is and vJ 9 25 PI,_215 pAr, _._.__vow SmJrn&..___ 2210 p 416 a O
duty to pass over lightly matters of it-Text parts extremely simple. .C 1021a: 44 Ar ...__.__?I.akoHelen..._?_ Lv 12 45p 610 P .t ";,.
such import? 10 39 a 1 3 56 p _" --.-_ .Orange CUI___??? 1133 P I U P
Cores chills and Fever. A RACER FOR $50 L: 1045 a 4 00 P_ ..._.Orange City Junction__. !!!!! I U P
Tolerance is:a good thing so long as t Lrr4eaty! to taiU;fnowi all b ., II 33 p 2 :6! P L'f .?._Jew I3myrna.....__._ Lv 2 201 o i)i. I
there is conscience hi it .But tolerance G..W. Wirt, Nacogdoches, Texas, says: ?oat(or a boy ta leant the buaiDMi in. t.r 1000 P 251 pI"_ ..._..._..Oak Hill....- ,. lit: p 3 n & f
f "Hia daughter had chills and fever for A SKIPJACK 10 39 P 3 30 P ----.- Titusville __......__ ., I 16 p a DO a ,
without conscience may take on the three years; he could not fiQd anything afternoon... ....flll pint or knockfaur About b C II 00 a ==IAr _____. Sanford _...?_....__ Lv1 10 00 a 10 00 a. CD I
form of tacit participation In the evil that would help her till he used Herbine. pictut n 'ol completed wbmver Bata built;iloup or a/ o ___? .... _10_00_a I Lv -.....--.? Sanford _.___ Ar,.___, _It 00 a

r?3 thing itself. We are a portion of the His"wife will not keep honsa without it." A RACING SLOOP 10 39 P 3 3t p Lv.. ..._......_. Tit .8v1l1 ...__ Lv' 115j 100 a ::I .. II[
50c. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy andEan nrin; machine ever deiigveil a prin 1118 p' 'OJ p ., 12 S& p :219 a [
public and in a degree are responsiblefor AnU aid Anstnlia; easy to baud i ; un a. 1122 p 413 P .. ..._?._ Rocklftdjre..._.._._ 12ro p 21& a -1
Gallie Pharmacy Ean Gallie Fla. ...__._ -
c 1153p 4 4S1. Eau Oa1ll8__ 1163: a 144 a .
public evils. We cannot escape this A MOTOR LAUNCH U 12 05 a j 51 P ." ..----...;..It'tlbourne..?........__ 11 U a 11' a :!
.__.__ .__._ .. at, ..
5 :J'Z SIobastian 1104 .
12 61
false a p ? 61 a j jblI
responsibility by a complacency.National It is announced that seven prominent -t uutor.;"" >hown Uvenl; ; how other construct i/Uni. a l nod 139 a'' 621 P ...___...8t. LucI6......._..._. .. 10lU ,,112 00 n -. t.C .
> .prosperity and grandeur are American millionaires have bought ex / 155 al 6 45 P .. ...._......_..Fort P1t"rc8....._...._ ",. 10 i 5 &,111 55 p .7
218 10'4 Tibbals _..__ __ II 3I3
P $ 1132 CD
4 great things,.but greater than these Is pensive automobiles in France and will >..1 rru&n;. boat... ; good cabin; Azcellailf 223 a' ... .?.....___Ede..-_.?.__?_ .. II 26 a I l lit P
t national righteousness. hi.tow .at- a 2 23 a I '11111// _._ ---.? Jensen? .....-.....-.. ..1':1 a 1113 p N
ship them home in time for next sea- A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOP 4) 239L 'Z 28 ... .." Stuart....._ ?_ a'll 04
What we need is a moral revolution son., Let us hope that the killing capacity : ,boat,with: moderate overhangs ant 0) 3 On at '156 Pj" ..-.-..-HolJd Sound--.-.... .. S U 14,1086 p 'C
3: 2'1 a 814 p .._..........We8t JlIlftf'Or' .??....-. .' II 2i a, P
; an awakening of public conscience. of the French machine ervthin5.traight;just the craft for a bo 4 32 a; II Iii Pi" _._ h_'_*DnynV'n............_...... 'J 20 a,, 1116 :2
exceed that of the American.At ... .. .... ..... ..... p
built very cheaply,wiser sloop or cat rig 4 42 11 92'1 .... DelrllY .?-...- 710 al II OR P Q. .
m Romaine Daurignac, one of the Hum 0 15 31 a':10 21 PI') ..._.- _Fort Mll<1erdalf._- .. III a 1 815
A MODEL YACHT _._.._... .... ... .-. p
:w 6 45 a 111 30 ?? Danl'! -- _.. 6 It a 1 8 Of
'M' bert swindlers, who was prevented by last the arctic explorers have hit : modeli.of tow to odd a model;alao lIMo 5 5'J a' 1042 P.PI" ._._........Hallandllle..__..._ .. ,15 lid A' Tilt P 'I CO'
.. P
,4 the immigration authorities from landIng ug :s 6 24 a' 1107 JI!! ..._...._... Lom..n City__?._ .. !1514 aj! T 2J .
upon a plan so simple It Is a wonder It (CO 635 a,1115 1.Ar. ..",..--.-. Miami ..... .._...... Ly 525 a' 7201 p V
in New York on the ground that he $1. -
has not been thought of before. They EACH .\ -
had once been convicted of a crime, is BY CXPNCSS ANYWHERE Dan, I Daily .
t ;- are going to ride to the north pole on Ex. I JlO\1F.sT\n: EXTENSION Ea,
; ? at a loss to understand why such a mules. -Larjc-Gold,ce lettering iy-drawn-Size plans.of page Suo. 1_I I_ 8aa. f

fuss is made over his comparatively 800 8 _"'_'ILv ...._?..?__... !tftaml__...___._ Arj...._._ 3 SO
p?: petty peculations while big Insurance You are not exactly up to date now PUBLISHING CO, 10 31 a:!__._...: r .___. _......Homestead...._...._. Lvl .....-I 100 p p
New YORK U. S. A _
and trust magnates go on their way unless you have been hi an automobile 17
'! for Catalogue of Books for i !i Xo. 20',
uninterrupted. Pernaps, after all, accident Library No. 231'10. 3txo. i& DallyoSarloKl1111' .1LtYPOP.T BUASCII So. 18 Dt11lI I
Z there is more truth than spleen In the I I !I 1 .x. I Datlyj i Rnu
i Suo. Only
.. i .
Mothers i I, I 1.1 .
Frenchman's waIL --1-I 1 !12 i -- D&1I'b ,
Who would keep their children in good 00 pi! 10 10 a! 6 00 p 8 20 a j LT --..JackeonvllieAr T 45 .112 SO
.t; health should watch for the first J 08 p 10 IS al! e 0$ H 28 a !iAr ?.So. Jftrkftinvi'le__ Lv T Si aj! 12 21
r symptoms 50 YEARS'EXPERIENCE. 8 59 _..._PII. '" iteu-h-._ I p ,--
2 M 10 50 a. 6 40 p a .0.4
p ,
A the financial columns of and a 'GO
glance through worms remove them with p
24 v p 10 55 ft1 6 4' p '-' 04 a ,I" .....Atlantic Bwteh .._ ; 7 00 a! 12 U. 446 -
' of the big dailies ought to satisfy White's Cream Vermifuge. It is the chil- 3 00 pl 11 10 a| 7 00 pi' 3 2) a i"! --Mayport ._ : 6 43 'I" .. 430 =--
dren's best tonic. It digestion _. ai pf. -
gets at -- -- ---- .___
everybody as to the present prosperityof : : :::-== == :=::=: : l
work so that their food does them good, 1-- r
a the country. In 'other words, about and they grow up healthy and stron & PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI

, fifty different gold mines each one Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy and Eau. I

i claiming to' have millions of dollars' Gallid Pharmacy, Eau Gallic, Fla. Close Connection Made at Miami filth Steamships of" the P. & O. S. S. wmpUJ For "'

worth of ore In sight are offering to TRADE MARKS
For Over Sixty Tears.

e- let the, public hi on a good thIng' by Mrs. Windows' Soothing Syrup baa DESICiNSCoPYRIGHTS Ac. HAVANA AND KEYVEST.. It

falling $100 shares at from 1 cent to 25 been used fur over sixty years by millions our a ketch opinion and free! whether an, ---- 4

rents per share. of mothers for their children while teething ". ,pateniable. Communica These limp Tables show the limes nt whMi trains may bo expected to
with perCecsncress.. It soothes the Handbook on Patenu tram the 8'vpral tl1'lti.. iwt their arrival t-r,1 -.c.rtir it the times etakd lye a:Q\t Pn f
acvncy for securing patents. nor jJ this COIPIJADI to,be hebi re"llUuslltl"tor an rtl..14i"raDl ruar&Dteef
child, softens the gums, allays all pain, tarooih Vonn & Co. receive Ou-"uene'-... a'\heretrom
William F. Powell United States f
,r ciarf*.in the
cures wind colic, and is the best remedy
:t minister to Haiti, has tendered his resignation -
for diarrhoea. It will relieve the flmcricati.
poor For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other
t to President Roosevelt He little sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists I1IutnIte4 weekly. Largest etr- Information f I

'gives u his reason' for resigning the in every part of the world. Twenty- ,acienUBa journaL Terms a "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
bottle. ,|1. Sold by"U newsdealen.
five cents a Be cute and ask for
.0: of revolutions riots and
.prevalence ,
1r: ; feYera. "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and CO.381Broadway, New York J. D. RAHNER, Asst. GenM Pass. Agt., ST. I

1IY r take no other kind.! 625 F SU rraihlngton.D.t .c: AUGUSTINE, FLAf."..

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The Kind.Yp n,Have Always,Bought, and.which.has,hem .

,.5 ,:1.7-. .;_.. ": ;'ti"{= .2 ,.: ty., t;J;. .in ,use for over, 30 years, 'has borne the signature of
..... 6 ;.., ;z ,...4.h.;s:: }'r'.?. tw.t...k:. .-,....,k., ',Y N .t; t'. ..:}:;:. and been made under his ) _
: .' ,:-:. : :>"" ::::'," ::;l.t: ::!<;:;; ; ;,': :::):: ;:: :: ::".!-f :. ::' :: Yf;: ::;::.r :,t.* ; ::: '; ::'i- l\\ i: : :: ; t::::;t has personal '
R-T-V *" = :' : VOMMMlMVBHMaHu. ,. .: supervision since its infancy '
*T-:; -v tf ,,, -
"t fie1"" '. ,. eantneTra8tcompany/iivtobe; : ;called 'closed Its and (
; i.was at mouth.. accidentally r/tJ'CWU'lt -
1 : AUbw no one, to.deceive 7oti in this .
...; ..: EICIALr on to relmbnrw-ttelEquitable. : JPresIdent. discovered by' a' prospector.diggin'or -
..: .: '::': .: ,) Morton 'also:'announced. that: In' '' '".copper. Numerous- ',implements and Counterfeits,. Imitations Just-as-good" t;*;i a iir :
-'!>::' T"': Ma: ,. future'no_ :: 'belonging: 1 ppllej< Experiments,thai trifle with and endanger health'of
money 'I
.. ,,:t. _. J. tiiWavl; tpl Vessels were also found, different inform
: t. \ hoWen.. oo1d :fie contributed 'for Infants: and:Children -Experience against Experiment ; .
:adloa. madbjtleorg f po-, i. from those...ofIndian, ,.'Aztec or : -
UtlClI. FampnlgnYpuipases: PBid I .
cliff dwellers' -} : .
..organ banking '-
.;alao: 1ce eJ Vtthe .EJeetfio Trtelion4lhe -' '."Deaf" : !i Moth'.Peat Imminent What is CASTO- RIA

'Ut4l=!Ineuratice' conPaW :;Tarloug'electrie 1111110 plants and EntonioioglBta :
who studying the ,
f. f; Suternrban i \ .
:! t mosey:':had, bees railways operating throragh---- i moth situation in, Massachusetts predict'that Castoria is a harmless 1 },helneuraace: out, central Kentucky hare been ,
the brown foil which
:company variety,,
Drops and Soothing'Syrups. It is .Pleasant It .
bought and consolidated at a.
ilicannational cost of
: committee .
: .M' has, been torturing humanity in that '
contains neither Opium; Morphine nor other Narcotic
$10,000,000 'biiJ.
; Levering and
"."". L MIn.: the;, cam j ; state, Is sure tospread, eventually to
:: % hafgns'of; .1896; P.- \[.. Chandler. & Co. of Philadelphia. the gulf of Mexico and constitute him substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms ., ,

.,- _.!.i'-J.;:' ,. t;'' ,,,.,,IMp. ,fe'-and !fl904 self d national pest The gypsy moth, and' allays Feverishness. It .cures Diarrhoea and Wind ,

\ "' .'.f has. D.f. l-. l MISCELLANEOUS I. : for the extermination of, whISh the Colic. relieves .Teething'Troubles, cures Constipation d

..., wed 'by ,eyehmore State spent $1,250,000, is also spread and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the r

._ ..-' aI ;astounds *. Dan Patch Lowers Record. ing again, the work of stamping out Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and'natural sleep.

_:'b''- ting, testimony the evil having been suspended for lack The Children's Panacea-The. Mother's Friend.
? ,At Allentown. Pa.., Sept 2L Dan
; ,
;i. the,lips of of 'appropriation. The'chief damage '
.y } :>
Patch .'-;? ;!-tlifrom eT; company's'president broke,two world's. reconis.amid wrought the brown tail moth is the .
.1-. K J{: ...', .- \ I the, 'enthusiasm>of 100,000; 'spectatorsgolug'a ; GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
JohrAMccall. destruction of all kinds of trees and
.f' mile ln2:01 flat, 'drIven by,:H. "
.,._,, ?:.1': .'t} In.answer c.,Hershey.. The great pacer also wenta shrubs by defoliation. When, they Bears the Signature of T
>: ( to qUc.7'tlona : < come In contact with human flesh r
mlle'o.. wagon in 2.-05, the previous '
put by .. painful nettling follows as the result "
record of 2llU been held'
:byCoanae1Hughet having by of.tiny hairs working Into the'flesh like
his sire Joe Patched
.. before the porcupine needles. Many .cases of poison
Libraries. Bar Bernard Shaw.' have been I
'J reported.
:'_ : ;: : Z' ., ; :Armstrong legLjisfotive -.
'"' Y t"i'<: ,'-' .,: 'comccaIL -. On the say so of Arthur, E'Bostwick.. Heredity's Secret Solved.Dr. .
i4*J"i*** .
= -
:, ;'.f1 hi ,:.; ." ''mlttee 'in theNew'York'cib head of the 'circulation department' of .' Theobald Smith, professor of ,

;", .'''',-il Sis!.. iitl-* < New York'' dty's ,free'.libraries,' "Man
; j. {} at Harvard,
i. \: comparative pathology
>" :::Mr':'DtcCallowned to haying and Superman".and other works by'G.; says that while experimentm;; with the Tie KM You Have Always Bought ,
.dm"'e Bernard Shaw have been'relegated: ;
.;II'_L.' blood of, horses In.r:1klng. serum it

tnm:;f ", ,Albany," N. Y., welltawwnlasr the restricted,shelves,: where they arenot'obtainable' was found that the red corpuscles from In Use For' Over 30 Years.THCCtimuil
lobbyist' by'the;general reading .
to be used
?f ,. os- some horses showed a greater ..resistnce
edblyt orf'tberpUrchase'ot real public. His reason for this. action Is rtONPAa1<< TT HUMMT CTDfiCT. MEW TOM>CIT'Io .
!. esapd.iorlegal other-horses. From .
.;, : } expenses. 'Not :one" that Shaw. attacks''existing social.'con- repeated tests this. variation was found ," :.... :....h:.. :'- -.: .. '

;;-:,. IIDt pt.4; hls: ;.money, .had. In fact been ditions.Accidents.+ y to be constant. This discovery Is' believed

,:",- .hpent'torahs, purposes" indicated" in the- ,to be ot'the utmost importanceas

\.!',cods.and. regular accounting The seismic disturbances in southern bearing on the problem heredity,
Do You Want to Know All About the
".=ITer'be' ,:, n made.Hamilton. Mr. Mc- Italy continued, and'all of Coexisting as from the same horse the red cor-

*CaUakt. if,Hamilton, :did not"make the volcanos. are active. Lava from Strom- puscles always developed the same resistance .

-I: wgood;h .,''Y-- pld pay It. For'htsaav1ees..Hamilton boll is flowing into the'sea. Relief sub or vitality..

.; .' had received'a' reg- scriptions throughout Italy have mowanOunted' New Mental MeasurementThe EAST COAST OF FLORIDA? :LI

t1ar.;,retainer of,,$2,500.'quarterly and ,to $ OOOOO,' and the Red discovery has f been made by E. .
_ additional $100,000 yearly.Notwltbstanding Cross has sent shelter:tents for ,2,000 '
: ,
.. : Muller
H. of-Zurich Switzerland that
Especially regarding Growing, Trucking and
all:of this President homeless into the stricken district 1
-t persons' changes In the physical state 'of the 1 General Farming? If sol subscribe for the..........
JlcCall solemnly denied that he'ever of. body ,co corresponding 'to mental processes -
< tie Hamilton money. .influence, legslslation The -German authorities are having
i' electrical and hence
a ::yc ,that-he..advised' any such success In their. efforts to check the are
great accuracyof measurementThis
\t.eturse. Incidentally Mr. McCall deiiled"thereport spread 'of cholera, but the'disease has tq '
: Js ol the authority of Dr. Albert
: that .he had amasseditwealth broken out at Lodz, Poland. '
Grandwitz, in the Scientific American.It .- ISSUED ONCE MONTH.. SAMPLE COPY FREE. -
p ; saying that It he died to- Ia a head-on collision between .a .
was already known that mental ADDRESS
'f narrow the greatest.part of his fortune Beading pay train and a passenger ,

:::;'wonld'be,Uf e'insurance. The trend ofttta"and train at Farnitz, Pa., Sept 21 six per processes teratl < are For attended Instance by, physical excitement al- E. Y. BLACKMAX, Editor, MIAMI, FLORIDA.

.. other testimony all went ,to sons were killed and twenty injured.
raises the of the blood,
lte'vthat ,the great banking house Five thousand persons were enveloped -
-:1--: : while fear and lower'it. Mr.
:,?ot Morgan& Ca had used the funds of in the folds of the' great" tent of Muller finds that anxiety the conductivity of John B. Stetson University
.# the*.insurance' 'companies almost ad the Rngling! Bros', circus which collapsed -
the body undergoes great'variation"
In''a windstorm at Maryvllle,
with-boding : Mo., and in the ensuing panic one man according to the hour of the day and ? DE LAND, FLA \ .

-'-.;;,,''transactions based on those funds..4iMccau was killed and hundreds were injured. the state of .the mind. 1
Affiliated With The of
University ChicagoCOLLEGE
.. admitted the payment of over The. list of dead from the explosionand

.. ,1,>J48,000. to the; ,Republican campaign fire in the plant of the ClimaxFuse Football la now the popular dish on OF LIBERAL ARTS-The standards are those of the University of Chicago.

faad:last year.,Justlfying this and other company at Avon, Conn., reached the national sporting menu and the Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both Stetson and Chicago.
|i .contributions on the ground that-the eleven. open season for witch hazel crutches, COLLEGE OF LAW Graduates of this College are admitted to practice law in Florida

::;"'access'of.the Democratic ticket would Floods in, the Missouri valley have ambulances, undertakers and ear muffs without examination.

.conetitutedanger to the' assets of the been dIsastrous to the corn crop in is anno anced. COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY-Mechanical, Civil, Electrical Engineering and Manual >.
.i)insurance many places. Training'courses leading to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipment.

;: company. COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all its branches. Book-keeping by best method
-Mfrs .of the Raiiroads. Deaths.. David L. Fultz of the New York Elective courses open in other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building. !

..The',directors' of. ,the Erie railroad George MacDonald, the famous Eng Baseball club of the American league PREPARATORY ACADEMY-Graduates prepared to enter Harvard, Yale, Princeton

--"Slave r atithorizedJthe purchase of a ma- lish novelist, best known for his story holds that religion helps ,a baseball Cornell, Michigan, Chicago and all first class Colleges. 1J.:

.. of the Cincinnati, entitled, "The Annals of a Quiet Neighborhood player and that good ball playing helps NORMAL AND PRACTICE SCHOOL-l. Kindergarten in its own building. 2. Primary
ty :of the stock School
i.fjo( and Grammar School separate building. This School especially prepares Public
Hamilton and Dayton Raileoad'com'pang. died .at London, Sept 18, i religion. teachers. J

= .' By this purchase nearly 4,000 aged eighty-one. Saved His Life. MUSIC SCHOOL-A f 10,000.00 pipe organ, a dozen pianos,separate building, large faculty
miles: -of road, nearly twice its present General Isaac Jones Wistar, the distinguished thorough courses of study.

will, be added to the Erie sys- civil 'war veteran, scientist J. W. Davenport, Wingo, Ky., writes, ART SCHOOL-Xew studio. Costly casts, models, etc. '
1 length, June 14th 1902: "I want to tell I believe
'tern .and.Cincinnati will be entered. It and philanthropist died at Philadel- you Stetson bas a faculty of 48 professors and instructors. They hold degrees from the IDiversity .
F'} ; Ballard's Snow Liniment saved
: was made phia, Sept 18, at the age of seventy- : my of Chicago, Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania, BryaMawr. :
-4,. .Is..said, that the1 purchase life. I was under the treatment of ,two Bucknell. University of Michigan, Dennison and other Universities. There are over
from 'J. P.Morgan & Co. eight. doctors and they told me one of my lungswas $>OOOOO.OO in buildings/ and equipment;nearly a quarter million dollar endowment; an endowed -

s...Stocks 'of the Reading Railroad com- entirely gone and the other badly af i library of over 13.000 volumes; a beautiful chapel with costly furnishings, including stained
,experienced an upward jump SCIENTIFICDiscovery I fected. I also had a lump on my side. I.. glass windows 7 oil paintings, a $10,000 00 pipe organ;a gymnasium with complete apparatus;
pQ1; announced I don't think that I could have lived over an enclosed athletic field, running track tennis courts, baseball diamond and gridiron, besides
., yonihe, day when it was two months longer. I was induced by a swimming, golf, rowing and other sports; separate buildings for men and women; five
3 th.t' the company's annual report, Just friend Ballard's Snow Liniment. large laboratories for Chemistry, Physics, Bacteriology, Minerology and Biology; several
'toned, showed,, an increase in gross Concerning Pearls.The to try. large museums and shops; electric lights, electric bells, steam heat cement walks, shell -
: over 100304.rYS. time honored notion that pearls The first application gave me great relief; roads; broad avenues, spacious campus shrubbery and trees; social. literary, musical and other
\ j;.. 'of $3,520,902 The are formed about an intruding grain of two fifty cent bottles cured me sound and students' clubs; star lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching. The location ii
:? Net_ earnings Increased 2303973. well. It is a wonderful medicine and I beautiful and healthful, and the expenses are low.
'it. *' IU8 over expenses was $10,018,748. sand is not borne out by the official recommend it to suffering humanity." For catalogs, views, folders and information, address the President,
the 171 pen- report of Professor Herdman's investi- Sold Red Cross and Eau
:Over:$5iOOO was: paid to by Pharmacy LINCOLN IIULLEY A. M. Ph. D. DeLand FiaSBABDARD
?,weonerson the company's roll. gations Into the Ceylon pearl fisheries. Gallie Pharmacy, Ean Gallie"Fla.O.ASTOR.'JA.. ,

that floods put lIe finds that In the majority of cases ,
y.Ft: r 'JD spite of the fact : : ---

':;M:'at 'of; business some parts of. the pearls are formed the deposition Bean theff kind V-" Hats Always BaoglilBigaatwe
i.t&tchliOD. Topeka and Santa Fe rall4'1ntynearly of nacre around the dead bodies of

every week In the last spherical larvae of the small marine ; Y/J-.I-- .

necessitating near 2000.000 tape worm which Infects, the Ceylon. '
'li' year
fecal j9rth .ot' repairs, the annual report pearl oyster. In other cases the)rrl- ii
earnings, found in ofChamberlain's AIRLINE RAILZ7TAY.
'tlbows an Increase in gross taut body is a small crystal ..

,,:R'jfJh total being-$GS,375S37. Work that on certain mussels. -fOR- (

; tb* econd tracK LK progressing so Strange Earthquake' Results.
.822 miles will be In operatIon b.y; the In the extreme southern province of COLIC, CHOLERA AND Savannah, Columbia Southern Pines?

IS, ?-'5tri'M.. j*.-).* the' ear. Italy, where the recent disastrous Diarrhea Remedy
"*< ''An .Increase 4% per cent i8 reported In earthquakes have occurred, it Is noted I Richmond Washington, Baltimore. r

!fiscal lear's gross earnings that certain wells which have never
Central railroad the A few doses of this remedy will Philadelphia New York' brthe' Jersey The known to fail are drying up, while I ,
amounting to $21,670.536. invariably cure an ordinary attack *
r.flf;:earnings has others are overflowing some producinghot I
ot the property of diarrhea.
'A-: pbfslcalcondltion' improved by renewingbridges water. The valleys are bringing I It has been used in nine epidemics TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.

Je 'been. greatly ; stations. forth new springs and water courses. I of dysentery with perfect

/tr and Signs of an Unknown Race. success.It SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL

;j fi;magI. ;': Equitable Steals.President Equitable An idol of stone, apparently a war can always be dependedupon ,
of the even in the more severe
(*f : Morton has been i i s s sjsMsis s siMs s BSHs i sMa a s s s s si iii i iii iii i s a
"* "feltfG of some prehistoric race,
l society has made pub- god attacks of cramp colio and cholera
: .pfe Assurance certain lrre- sent'from Salt Lake.City to the,Smithsonian morbus.It MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.

.lf aas-s-5-*" institution at Washington. It is equally successful for

:?*A found recently by W. L. Bacbtell diarrhea and cholera
5S > ?? 7rmnoO, of the pok was summer ONLY LINE
j showing that over $ been lifted In a care high on a cliff side where the Infantum in children, and is the .

: ::1c1 h Jders',money had thus author..Ati. Buckskin mountains rise to a height of means of saving the lives of many Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New O/.eats.
without any
$ 1 trom-.tbe treasury feet above the desert at the children each year.
These sums were ap- 10,000 When reduced with water and
fa whihoever. rim. The
: < .011'.. 'Iou aceount of the Merntlse Colorado canyon's northern sweetened it is pleasant to take. For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, ox
f1Ued. Trust company again George figure was cut from stone presumablywith Every man of a family should write to .

"' Toraeriwho was used as a dummy chisels .of copper hardened by a keep this remedy in his home. A. MACDONELL, S. C. BOYLSTON, Jr., .
. 'Bi securities held by the process known to the ancient Egyp- Buy it now. It may save life. General
V In glie transfer of of Asst. Passenger Agent, Passenger AgenL
for years.The
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.: '"':;;N-{ ." "re:? <; .f ;:?" "'":' fi-f\'-: 'n',\\ ",,_%.. l.,' "' ''DU''' A'''' o.u.LUo"< ,---.-. \<-:.'.: is a'practicalugar grower, ao'ardent ad* *' 'TBANSACTS A -

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P were and gqaallsMaring' the past for,the: orpbie! of using the lands to grow .
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!''f Jf; ; 'i 1 &"?&' # -;( and made" 'a cloae of Largest and Oldest .J. ,
::: t' : P iHI( "# ek + i sugary .having study .. .
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__" .. !tc",.vfr'fi v"'''';_;-_. '' "';'i.: ,"",:;i!>>>..:'r',,".:"4iiJ..w.. ..-. ... ?Winter gardens are being prepared.TbelaancfiAdnan the question:for the'past fifteen or. ,..ijwenty Bank on 'the.,River' '" ""' $ '-7- t:{

",, '..c"i."'-7< '' -';{ ,...'. '','';tr'0".,>_>.,'''''''''.'''''' '< .]': A" ,.. ( : 'is making regular I I years,,there are.few, if, any,'men in the Exchange Bought and Sold on All _",f1f( i! .. ,_ t. '.:

I R tripe to'and-from Sebastian,, state better'qualified to(offer an. opinionon Foreign Countries.. J _, : -: ; '
mJ1lt : 'Copt:Rogero:.of the Indian river freightand the subject.. Patronage appreciated. Prompt; service,' : '' Y-_ ,
: polite treatmentand every favor consistent .f >:' o
'? fi. : "* ;{;. \.:( .fi. l't. passenger line, is, now making regular with conservative. banking granted. b :
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_ \>.:. -,?1.W', t.4 The.."...'Star.' ..*,.C0m8ftWa.,."' '-.'. -. ts.;FI, C,,"d. trip? from,Eau'Gallic to Courtney'and' r -\ CORRESPONDENTS: a ::: ?': !.',..'-.
_ \-' ',c"."...-l-'rn;- y IDterest.torltaJ.> "" : i intermediate. landings. ,returning. the same f 81RA8LE I EtORIDA Empire Trust Company, N. Y., Florida i .. ., "-";rte' ..:if;&* ;

.,:..,,,' .,. ). ;: ,'ot ... : .> Bank&Trust Company,Jack3onvilleFla \; -
<" -'t'.. ..'!' ,:ft"-" ... \' '.f fITITUSVILLE
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.. -t.$' ',2- J : R. & L. W FiahrCo'a yawl FLORIDA. ? .
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.l.g. ; IDfDIA'4. ,. Lawrence Orr is being,newly rigged' 'and ,, __ ..-
REAL f trnUnm SALE I'O' '
.. l' There vrae a dance lit etob hoasebnTiiday : :
: she will be in.commission.shortly, ,This iui
i,;} _: :' /'and; :ti.. wilkall'eoloyed'thef : large!>, -and fast vessel. .. PENNEY & BRANNINGH. i 1
: which!a{fortnnaWycooty
evening;: .
f 1f Jolly dance on Friday evening last in FOR SALE-An old pioneerjZrove'onemile

f( 'J( i-ud Miss. Maggie' Gruber returned' Adams' hall, Melbourne and 'other :adjacent river front, 290 acres land, 25 acres r r r rr r r r r-rfr -rr rr=r- -c.-

a.i: ...t/. I .t' home Sunday. .after. ii most,.. enjoyable two' points represented. in grove in good condition, fine dwelling,
'. n '" .ontba" \ '' holiday.,_ ,_ '.' si _The water is now at a high, point in the very best of land for celery farm. Three.
of would for the place. :
5 met at Mrs. S. J. crops oranges pay Tie 1Ii1r
the neighbors ,
:Sunday. . Eau Gallic river making rowing np' the Will sell. for l less than value of improvements Up-to-Date
ib Fields for a.musical; evening.Miss :. river a pleasure. purchaser thereby gettinv land
; -'- Helen Canittaleft. .Monday to visit free;better than homesteadnir! ; no incum .
i\ The pinewoods west of Eaa Gallie are
Yr: and Mrs..A.A. Buck atOrmoncLMe8sr8.,5Hninphry8 ; brance; titles perfect; farming took, ve- ---.--. _. /
"-F: : and now almost flooded with the recent rains hicles, blacksmith shop, all go with DlactV. = =r-"rTr-1r J r-rrrrr-rr rr ;,..: ,- ;
;, '-., .; ,t loads. \
"' making it to move_heavy R. SANDEBS,
:1f .";' ..fixing;a(small addition to'dip winter H. Bradford !and family are now settledin Indianola, Fla. ',hog' 1SuItaf; Men's and Boys' Fnrniste 41 -.-.. 'it

.' home of Mr.'Jars O, Somers.Mr. .' :. .
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'. ,: : .the St. Clair cottage near the railway FOR SALE-40 sties land with 6 acres TITUSVILLE FLA _:.
: .; \ "J. RtMlot. U in ..Titnivjlle. on .his IE .., ,
8tati n.. Mr. Bradford has leased his young orange grove,choice varieties;good ;), .
J r=Jr=Jr=J ::Jr=Jr=r=Jr=Jrz Jrzzzft;! --
:1 ;: Jndnthly business. .trip. for the county. of business. location; 15 miles from Titusville; also <' .. .,.
place .
,\r. i: ,_ } -- r. :;. several other choice properties east side SCHLOSS. BROS' ::]
-/JjYi,{ 'Indigestion, 'constipation ,dyspepsia, The iceman: makes his rounds regularly Indian river; good hunting. Address Swell Hade Clot l
,: kidney and liver disorders, and all.stomach with increasing sales. f'Grove," care, Titnsville, Fla. Readp- l1lir.! .

'r troubles using'Hollister' Hook and line fishing is now very,successful tf 10 to $18SCHWAB
Rocky Mountain Tea..35 cts., FOR SALE-General store stock and
at this point, 400 pounds being _
= tea.or tablets.: Ask your druggist.COCOA. buildings; growing town on east coast; rr rrrr r-> .Jr
,, occasionally caught in a day by one fish fj() for with about ,
erman. opportunity party -

'F lira Tom,;Robinson and little! son, of Capt. Bennett is putting up a building $8000. Address "Store," care this paper. ;-i Ready-Made Clothing for Boys -1

last from to rent on Young street. TWO BARGAINS- Nine acres in $1.50 to $10 :
"City Point,:m med on Monday ii all sizes }
three much E. A. M. Stewart has added a large, Georgians, well located; river front; unimproved _ r '00;,
visit in Tennessee
a weeks' ,
Three "forties" in one body,
safe his business and will
to meat ,
n f improved but glad to get back to,the cool roomy fronting east side of Indian river, town- KNOX, STETSON andHOUSER :.4
breezes of Indian river. be in better shape than ever to cater to ship 32, range 40;good land,unimproved. ,
his customers. F. W. MtJNsoN, ii HATS t ;
Mr., J. M.'Sanders ..has purchased the
Georgian, Fix.
i cottage next to the Episcopal church from $1.50 to $5 '
Girls, if want red lips, laughingeyes 7 I .
x Mr. E. P. Porcher, and is :having same sweet yon breath and good looks use FOR SALE-The southwest } of south =' =, :;IJ :: t=lt=I rJ
his lot the school west J, section 23, and the northwest } of
t .moved to_ opposite, public Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. The section 26 21 EDWINCLAPFSandCROSSETFS'
northwest}, township ,
? greatest beautifier known. 35'cents, tea .
range 34 east, containing 80 acres FINE SHOES t-1
T j' Sunday school was opened again, on or tablets., Ask your druggist. MRS MATILDA PETEKSOX, ,.:

Sunday at'the Methodist church, which Stockholm, Wis. 1 $3 to $6 50 'tisdI'L'oo
J has been closed during the hot summer, FOR SALE-Weft Titusville property; Q1JALITr;' <=<= f

; : months. I Governor Broward Will Soon Be at fine residence and tract of land, contain- : BRo& Co 'QUEEN

Mr. Coombs: who baa delivered ice in **/ ing 21 acres, pan of which is a fine orange Fine Shoes for Ladies
Cocoa"and Bockledge -for a number of Work Draining Everglades grove; the residence is new and in perfect Fink e3Makers F

r yean, left Tuesday for Eau Gillie, where It now appears that Governor Browardnot !. tails condition eleven rooms throughout, exclusive; residence of bath-con- eAt7W;; Nor tugs l $2.50 to $3.50 -

he will probably make his borne.Mr. only intends to: carry his drainage room, pantry and china closet; hot and rTT= G _1r r rrC r r1r r

:. .'.Bradford,;of Eau Gallic,,will move scheme through, but he will lose no time cold water in bathroom, kitchen and pan- TheM brand* are reeoKnlied leaders in style fit and flnlib. Sold only ty leaden-
in commencing work on the project whichis try bathroom has sanitary closet; latin-
his family to Cocoain the near future, ;
'= and intends to into business in the to bring into cultivation millions of dry has sanitary closet and water facilities
go acres of land now covered by the Ever- ; water good and plentiful;barn 21x30 Complete line of everything that men and boys wear ,:
;:. building opposite Mrs.'M. E. Hill. feet, new and up-to-date in all its ar- '
'--c. glades. rangements; carnage house adjoiningbarn We sell the best that money can bay i.

. F KOCKLKOOK. Following is an extract of a letter barn; large chicken house, All goods marked in plain figures, strictly one price to all -
L: Miss Stella' Douglass left Sunday for written by the governor to Hon. F. A. cement floor, also supplied with water; ,TMA..ZL .
; surrounding house under good
i;, Jacksonville, where she will enter school Hendry; at Ellabelle,Fla., and published grounds cultivation; shrubbery, etc.;an ideal win- ORDERS A BPElOXAXaTc; ;

; for the coming term. in the Fort Myers Press: ter home; must be seen to be appreciated;

!ii. I" Miss Mary Paxton left Monday for "We have an engineer and force in the a very decided bargain for some home '
:{ Winter Park where she will enter college. field making a survey from the St. Lucie seeker. CHAS T. McCoy, SCREENS .

l1i': The sewing circle will meet> with. Mrs. to Lake Okeechobee. We have also con- Titusville, Fla. .. -.

...t. W. E. Hall Thursday afternoon. tracted for the machinery for two large I .

I" The heavy rains' of last week caused dredges, one of them to be completed in FOB SALE CHEAP FOB CASH. For doors .and windpws =

ti quite a washout on, the road in South ninety days from the 14th of last AUgUst, About 88 acres of good high land on 11
the east side of the Indian riverat ,
or ocean
gi and the hundred and covered with wire's. I
'Rockledge. twenty any
the Narrows, described as follows: Lot L ,' JI
days frup the same date. I assure you No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section .
,: It makes no difference how long )'ouI that we are proceeding as rapidly as it is 36, in township 31 south, range 39 east. 'EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. i
have been sick if are troubled with .
you practicable for us to proceed. This land is unimproved but finely lo .
; indigestion, constipation, liver and kid eated. For further particulars addressE. Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material. 4 1-
\ ney troubles, Holhster's Rocky Mountain "By the first day of January we hopeto M. Low, .
'. >": -. Tea will make you well. 35 cents. Ask be dredging a canal from Lake Okee- Brockton Mass. Eau Gallie, Florida. :11o
your druggist. chobee to tide water, with the determination I

TBOPIC. to make the croSs section area of the Now that a chocolate bonbon trust J. B.WALKER. H.B.MACE. 11

canal sufficient to relieve the Caloosa- has been formed it will be harder thau '
Mrs. G. A. Smith and family wish tothank JOHN R. WALKER & CO. '
hatches river, and to protect the people ever for the twentieth century .,
: ,. the people of Eau Gallie and Tropic young 11 I
r ;: j from the destruction wrought by over man to pay for candy for his best girl. .
who were so faithful and kind to them
Titusville Fla. .
flow. And yet James J. Hill Bays the chance 1
the three between her son'sfall ]
z r: daring days "I to have the hull for for a
expect one of young man to get ahead Is Just as 1
and death. May they be blessed with
the dredges built on the Kissimmee riveror good today as ever! -
' just such friends in their time of trouble. DRY GOODS
the Caloosahatchee, thel'other one "II
& A young man of very tender age arrived -
; probably on the Indian or St. Lucie ,
at Mr and MI1 John R. Carter's -
on Sept. 29th. Mr. Carter now wears a

smiling face as he has another bean HENRY BENECKE-GUNS REPAIRED. AyefsFor 1r' CLOTHING

picker. Specially made gun springs warrantednot

Ili Wee cutting, preparatory to bean to break. Everyone carefully tested. ,

c planting, is DOW going .on in earnest, Guns stocked. Leave your gun at Pritch- '
ard's hardware
Mr. Carter putting in first planting on store.H.. BEXECKE, coughs, colds,'bronchitis, GEHTS' FURNISHINGS, ij ijSHOES'

the 3rd. Box 121, Titusville, Fla. asthma, weak throats, weak .
Mr. Icem Fletcher came up from the i

Narrows Monday, and is now working Article on the Florida Everglades lungs, consumption Cherry Pectoral., takeAyer's t,
J c 4
a for Mr. L. Mathers. The issue of September 14th, of the J :.', --
a Mr. C. E. Caves and family returned Engineering News, published in New CherryPectoral _

from Iddo, and were glad to be homer Xork, than which there is no better authority :

agaip. Some of the family were not well on engineering matters in the MILLINERY

while away. country, contains an exhaustive and i -: I IFUR4ITIJREI

Mr. L. Mathers went to Quay Monday learned article on the Florida Evergladesfrom Always keep a bottle of it inI _

y to spend several days. the trenchant pen of a citizen of I I the house; 'We have been

r. Mrs. J. R. Mathers and children, of Kissimmee, S. L. Lupfer. The article goes I saying this for 60 years, and }

Ean Gallie, spent Tuesday with her sis- into the minutest details, describing the so have the doctors.

terp, Mrs. Caves and Mrs. Morris. physical, political and legal status of this -I bave mud AJU" Cherry Pectoral my .

K" Ji Attendance at school is not quite so great marsh from the beginning of the III family the for. 4IIl*know*fI. It for U all the throat bet medicine*Ud lung J-|| >r tf xr_>iLi ini. -: : : .It$I
: good as several children have been compelled Disston drainage operations down to the o MSB.J. K.HoBCKOsa.Waltham MM.. ;: I

to stop out to help at home and present time. The article is divided into 25e.SOe..,..oe. j.c.J.'RR('0.. your patronage.
All 4"11". Lowell. MaH.
... on the farms, much to the regret of all the following subheads: "Fertility and for Our aim is to please YOU. 4" t I

parties. Ease of Drainage"; "What Holds the

A-Dar d Tn Bide Water in the Glades"; "The Disston Con The Lungs i WSl New, Up-to-Date Goods in every -i i d

tract"; "The St.Cloud Sugar Plantation"; I Line. -, .';j; 'Ii
l t Often ends in a sad accident To heal "The State's Title to the Everglades" i Daily action of the bowels neces -
accidental injuries use Bucklen's Arnica ; sary. Aid nature with Ayer's: Pills. ;
Salve. "A deep wound in my foot, from "Board of Trustees Created"; "Governor Mail orders receive prompt and ,

-* ? an accident," writes Theodore. Schuele, Jennings Causes of Trouble", "Railroads 3zv

of Q>lumbue, 0., "caused me great pain. Bring. Suit"; "The .Everglades the Issue PI SO S CURE FOR careful attention. ;J; o
: but Bucklen's I
were helpless,
j. g Physicians Taueaf
in the Gubernatorial "How

t :and Arnica heals Salve burns quickly like magic.healed it.25c." at Sooths Red Broward Kept His Pledges.Campaign"" Mr.; Lup- Bea LC In Caaek ON time.Srrn0.SUMPTION add M d IIoa JOHN R. WALKER I & CO. Titaille! PIt f lttll

Cross Pharmacy. fer, says the Kissimmee Valley Gazette, ,

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xml record header identifier 2008-10-21setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title The Florida star.Stardc:subject Newspapers. -- Titusville (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Cocoa (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Brevard County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-.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-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher S.W. Harmondc:date October 6, 1905dc:type Newspaperdc:format v.dc:identifier (OCLC)2071719 (ALEPH)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville ; CocoaUnited States of America -- Florida -- Brevard -- Cocoa.United States of America -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville.North America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida