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 13, 1905


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


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

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University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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"". ',t' ."' i(._''('i" We have the largest-up-to-date line'ofboy's Growers DeClare
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.C.' > the East Coast of Florida.J T Orange buyers are badly wanted in De-
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'x:';:'.=:, ;, tttwmttit ,Hapx please'you.f Also complete;,stock of' ;floe Something About tie People -of TitnfYille crop has been sold, and the growers are Paragraphs that Will! Be Eagerly) Sought ,' 4
'. '. ,' shoes for misses i ;and ,infanta: 'A'awell.
:; .. .1- Jl> line of ladies' shoes all and unanimously eager to disposeof ,their
Cc'8'.t 1' styles pnces as They Come and Go For by Subscribers
: .. Our leader' in ladies' shoes, "Queen fruit at, reasonable prices. The claim is

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):i; f_ '. 'lcrIID GOSSIP. be' t.;- strictly-ftEverything : -up' to *date:Mail- MATTERS OF .SOME INTEREST Advertiser'that the buyers have combinedand INDDSTRYTAGRICOLTDRE.

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-- ,' 'zID'J:1t' '. & BRAKNDfc which them in competition with '
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'. '. .,.. ', .A.fople I that The'Clothiers and Furnishers, Little' Happenings That Help to Male each other. This be and it What is Being Done Towards the ,De-
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1.";,,"' '.' \J..'>>',1', .,-!.!';;.< '' ;] '<, "Q'U4''n' a..t, Titusville- -, Fla: Up the Weekly newspaper may not.. At any rate the growers claim nlopment of the PeJ1lnsula
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.t ''m '''' Mr.B. Z.:Snowden of Daytona, spent '

: :. '":i jf 1 efoe x---tbe;+new_residence of-Mr. apart'of Saturday and Sunday in Titus- Mrs. J. J.* Joyner and twobabies, of two: buyers from bidding on the same The Carpenters' Union of Miami has

: J.Lt ;; '. crop. If the buyers, have combined, the asked the for scale' 40 _
=.,: "liH rltitert Iaur'aeaday:, vile;: City Point, spent a part of Saturday and : contractors a \
;, ;..; 1 .. growers should do the same thing. The cents an hour for journeymen and SO ;.i
.r ": Mnt'fl;E.Oiner: pleas-J Sunday in Titusville.
Red .
.Are Pharmacy having anew I
:ti' have their salvation in.their
'" <. ;-.1- '-T=- growers cents an honr for apprentices. It is said
'. '.t. :;1c8tt4Jn'itb rectoryy,building ofWWiRUall ice-box huilt. ,at the rear.of the drag, store Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Jerome'ex to hands. have the fruit and the
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,u lI this week. leave New London Conn. about the 10th
.;! ; i buyers want it and must have it If the meet these prices.
; .- is at8ebietian this 'Dr. returned : day of November for Florida. ., l;
tf i C.C.Feigel, who recently growers will organize and set a reason- i
A reward of is offered
$400 the
s: | yieinseeee.RG: Har,1he""irersaiept dee with to; Fort Pierce from Kentucky, is in Capt :James Pritchard returned home able price, the buyers.will have to pay it by
> brothers of I. J. McCall of Jasper form.
bOob. ... lot"the, new. county. town,this wee from about three weeks stay at Anstell, or go out of business. This year it is too ,
ti", "';;P ; '':;'' i' : erly clerk of the circuit court of Hamilton l
|"p cn,,., MrsrRtJ,57I; : :'HiclMo lna8 opened her Mr:.E. B. Sembler returned. to Sebas Ga., Tuesday afternoon, much'mproved! late to do anything, and 'each individual county who has mysteriously disappear. *

"|; JplfeiBmakJngrooE '.h{the little building tian.Tuesday afternoon. He reports the io ';health, having gained nine. pounds! grower must look out for himself, but ed. Mr. McCall was l last seen in Jack _

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>: t ,.1' 'Mrs. J. F. Mitchell and children ofjocoa DeSoto should not be thor- x
:' ""' ;&. v Hr. W.R. Knox a former resident of county
r .k Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ingraham and
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':: C XWE: :,-% ebber > again at her,oldGwd TUIl8iUe. U now living in".New Smyrna, spent a part of oughly organized another season. daughter, Miss Kathleen, of St. Angus --

1 :r :if 2! ;i i:'Gardner'a dry goods store, and will probably come'.down to Titut- with her father and mother,:Mr.. and tine, have arrived home after an absence ,

:"j! *'haiq_..t+tie'has.,been,for .a number of ville shortly. .. .. '. Mrs. W. S. Norwood, returning' home on Embezzlement Case. of several months spent in Europe. Mr. {
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; 'M the 10:39
.."' ;* ".....,,<.'.'-' -' I ,Mr. Carter H. Dame, district organizerfor p. m. One of the most interesting criminal Ingraham whose health was very ranch =

.t't.r .tfJriiJ'J.mee'pppe and baby are now !. the Woodmen of the World, has beenin Mr. Carl: C..Corti88. from Jacksonville, cases, other than murder ever tried in impaired, is now the picture of health.I. f

)...$ .. Moppingii.. {Palm, "',Beach for a.short Titnsville thin week organizing a camp, I! arrived here Saturday on a short visit to :Dade county, was brought before Judge f
J. McCall clerk of the circuit ,
;::7:t.r 4ids .w." .V:' ',relatives, :ima the store of J. R. Walker of Hamilton county, suddenly and
.x m : -J.7theirnoa>eifeW night. department
Friday ConkJin
wetk at Miami when Oscar T.
'l'. : ;.'- 'k" ; -'" his duties mysteriously disappeared. He went to
|Mewm.M i: Same of Conrtenay andSanders that & Co., and will enter upon new for trial the serious .
:ti We are requested to announce was arraigned .on Jacksonville last week consider
ir -t '* week: carrying is
':.J,0$>:. ; 5 y i- ; ."'II.. ,.Jndianola. ,. were'heretoKattend Rev. Walker, the eon of Rev Milledge next charge of embezzlement. able money on his person, made purcha !

: the.,regular: meeting '.of, Indian Walker, from Connecticut, will hold di A letter' from Dr. F. H)Houghton states' Conklin was prominently connected sea for his family, and failed to show
; t \* h.IRJverL Wednesday night.. vine service in: St. Gabriel's Episcopalchurch that ,fie: expects to reach Titusville earlyin with the office of the Florida East Coast at his hot.elln the evening. Foul ia

{' )il fi]iail it perk J.-A. Colin' resumed 'h? on Sunday, the 22nd inst.. at November. He writes from Williams-'' Electric Light and Water Works Systemin i suspected.The ,. play f J

.J: $I? -'? -on'Uie"Sanford 'branch Wednesday night.; town Mass., where be visited the day be Miami. ,During( bis wedding trip last
,t, .-;."....A411.P'f ;... < .. : fore the'nmmit of Greylock mountain Seaboard Air Line Railway has
h '" ...,,r.. 01" '_ '._'i;;flssi *y._ b"h.' hadafin" .'. .' tune.. st. The.first_ cool wave f of ,the season arrived feet above sealevel; the highest summer it is alleged that a shortage. bought Grassy Island, at the mouth of f

: :.,... ._ ,.. ...., _t::.; ... Wednesday, night. ,Thermometer 3,600 amounting to morethan $1,000 was discovered the Hillsboro river from Hendry & '
?">, !,., ,... .d."",, ,''I;.. 'r-" '"-" point, in Massachusetts.employed in his books. Upon his return ;
down mom.
to jdegreeflVyeeteiniay
e was "" '
Knight, paying $25,000 for the
.. _,r.: Ca ; '&dsxtiut'.trdirru '.' .:z, ork; niga.are.cs: tntantlyrbtw t he,.,waa.diemiased.maaths..krand.iur The road will Dee the island in property the contraction ''z 1

:;,/;; _.ear;ot'ie, l a reperpanentii; 8tesdy'snmaoet: Reitliei'bareyiiled ,here now carrying sand from indicted him for embezzlement and larceny. of extensive terminals at the t'port
--"i1it ''' ;;:: ; :;: since the of below the town to fill in at various .
$ :: _tbe cUmate of.VirginU o'oes not. seem here every day middle April of Tampa, involving an outlay of
"t 'with It last. places north of here. tip aa far as Oak A few days ago the charge of larceny' .
., .. ," :,,, tottgree him aU. $200,000.
< .f" ; <:.!.. -. : Hill. Each train is provided with steam was thrown out by Judge Jones, and the
Mr, LA.'Qoarteraiatt, of Chester 1'11111'0.AJrD. PLUMBING. Rube and Hardy Jones and John Bais-
; .f ; shovels for loading the cars, greatly.facilitating defendant now goes to trial on the one
'.} .Sboafc, ten: last' .weekor Charleston, We have employed Vr.Due, tinner and the work of loading and unloading. charge of embezzlement. den were locked up at Kissimmee on a .
: Il'{ :".wbere she will, vimt for.a while with her plumber, also gasolene engine expert and warrant charging them with robbing the
'"rdaogblere, Mrs. Joha seen and Mrs. Lanjiuarterman bicycle repairer, who will give his sole Clifford Titus, the eight-year-old son of residence of J. H. Lanier at Bull Creek,
tt attention to the above branches.W. Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Titus, of Miami, DESIRABLE REAL ESTATEFOR
,JEff < leaving Copt Quarterman'tf"lQi. P. Gabes.r August 13th. The robbery was a bold
between the knee and
broke his left leg
io,"bach" it "r.whl. at the house of affair and the thieves treated the familyin
\, ankle while riding his wheel to school SALE
{(S:; .:.;ii, .:, .... Wedding.Bella to Ring a most inhuman manner, being disguised .
&-' The accident is due the child
blr, Tuesday. Jo
: 'laiDe.Carnell, or as negroes.
for the
The cards are out wedding colliding with another on a wheel, and f \ _
{; 4i\ova jelly fame, ia spending two or three Mr. Daniel McCarty, of Fort Pierce, in which he was thrown heavily to the Capt. Tom Lacey, for many years a
SALE-West Titusville
$ '.!.f.-days in Tttuaville. Mr. Carnell U known and Miss Francis G. Moore of Charlotte, pavement.The fine residence and tract of land,property containing -; resident of Indian river, living at Cocoa,

:1 : ;ai one.of the best-ported men in the Mafeonic N. C, which will take place on Wednes 21 acres part of which is a fine mange late of Miami, was drowned in a rowboatin

order in Florida,'and attended ,the day October 25th,at St. Peter's Episcopal capacious building on Hopkins grove; the residence is new and in per. the Miami river one day last week.

; t -, '.regular+ 'meeting ;of Indian River Lodge church in Charlotte. The; contracting street, known as the Decker house, and fed condition throughout; residence con- He was under the influence of liquor before -
where Mrs. Mims formerly conducted a tains eleven rooms, exclusive of bath-
,il.' ; ..':.w =Wednesday'nighUA parties expect to be at home after the and china closet hot and going to his boat, and fell over the
; boarding-house, is now being refurnished room, pantry ; '
.i1 t' fine,little, man of very tender age was drat of December at Fort Pierce. The throughout by Mr. Morey for the ac cold water in bathroom, kitchen and pantry side of the boat in such away that his

r : 1- ,an _arrival; at ,the .home of Dr. and Mrs STAB extends congratulations in advance. ; bathroom has sanitary closet; laundry head was submerged in the water outside ;
commodation and transient
f1j permanent
lflIarey D. Waugh early yesterday morn has sanitary closet and water facilities his boat.
'< ," boarders. The table will be supplied ; water good and plentiful; barn 21x30
,.- '$ ing. :It U needless for us to say that the Recalls,Old Days jvith the best the market affords. feet, new and np-to-date in all its arrangements Letters patent have been i issued from -

.,.; !;yoonf,doctor ia supremely happy,over the The West Palm Beach Sun says: "Oneof ; carriage house adjoiningbarn the office of the secretary of state to the

\..: .. ,'event,' and ifs receiving the congratulations r the odd sights in the harbor this morn- To Receive Roosevelt water in barn; large chicken house, Sun Company, of Jacksonville. This is

l' 'of bas numerous (rie ds. ing was the Canaveral, one of the old cement floor also supplied with water;; Claude L'Engle's newspaper company, of
Governor Broward has appointed the grounds surrounding house under good
f The first regular meeting of the ladies time Indian River steamers, which has general reception committee from ,the cultivation; shrubbery, ete.;an ideal winter which he is president and treasurer; A.

-of. St. Gabriel'l1lUild for this season will just come off Hendrickson's ways at Lake home; must be seen to be appreciated; K Taylor, vice-president and secretary.The .
:WJ. r. state at large to receive President Roosevelt
decided bargain for home
Worth. The Canaveral'is a stern-whee a very tome is at
the 20th company $10,000.
, f' be held on Friday afternoon,
.p. on his visit 'to Jacksonville and St. seeker.
freight boat, and reminds one of jhe old Associated with Mr. L'Engle and Mr.
:. : a inrt., at the residence of the president, Augustine' this ,month. Among the CHAS T. McCoy,
full attendance days when all freight and passenger Titusville Fla. Taylor as a director is Mr. B. B. Mc
4r:: ,Mrs.,T...T. Wetmore, and a I gentlemen of prominence on this commit. ,
traffic was either by steamer or stagecoach. Donald.
business I
r" members is requested as II
_of the I' tee are Senators Taliaferro and Mallory, '
: of importance will be brought up Clark and Lamar FOR SALE-An old pioneer grove one By the sudden, mysterious breaking of t
if MH HB B* *-* Congressmen Sparkman,
.. mile river front, 290 acres land, 25 acres
,<-::, .< for consideration;" President Walker Dead. and Wade H. Jones, of Titusville, in grove in good condition, fine dwelling, a great wire cable on rockbreaking dredge -l'

y : We,"ire pleased to learn that our old- President Edward M. Walker, of the and J. Frank Woolen of Cocoa, and Guy very best of land for celery farm. Three No. 1, engaged in clearing out the ship ""-"

J.11imefriend, ,Mr E. C. Summerlin, of St. I. Metcalf West Palm Peach. Old crops of oranges would pay for the place. canal across Bull's Island, opposite Miami .A
Florida Coast Line Canal and Transportation -
Will sell for less than value of improve
'w' Lade, baa been appointed fish-and game Brevard has the distinguished honor of Engineer George McLaughlin .
,. company died last Tuesday, October3rd : ments purchaser thereby gettin; land t
!; warden of.Si: Lucie, county. The fishermen at his home in Springfield, Mass., having two of her citizens appointed on free; better than homesteading; no incum his life last Saturday. While the accident :

ipr' say, they.can't _tell just when Ned after illness extending over a period or this reception committee. brance; titles perfect; farming tool, vehicles was not seen by any one, it is explainedthat 'Q .
,;: t) ,will pounce down upon them, as.he hasseveral' several weeks. Mr. Walker has nutner. blacksmith shop W., all R. go SANDERS with nlace, one of the cables used in operating ....\:
tEJ' ODI.wbom' he can get to assist First Cuban Oranges.The the chisels of the dredge parted, and one 1l j
cue friends and acquaintances in this state Indianola, Fla.
11 him"as deputies neceesary.F who will be grieved to learn of his demise. first Cuban oranges for the season end of the broken cable struck Engineer ..

; As hie successor has not been elected l of 1905 arrived in New York city las FOR SALE-40 aces land with 6 acres McLaughlin on the head, completely cutting \-1
DRY GOODS, SHOES.Girdle yet off his face and killing him instantly }
week. The consignment consisted of young orange grove,choice varieties; good
Collar Foundations.. location 15 miles from Titusville also .
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I. W. Harper Whiskey strengthens you forty barrels, and came to John Nix &
: '" Painta. several other choice east side
,. p Jiaa. and helps resist cold and Disease better Co. The fruit was very green and showed I of Indian river good hunting. Address '
Trunks.Gasoline ; Girls if red
Jr than the doctor-try it.. Sold by R. L. you want lips, laughingeyes J
Stoves. size and had, remarkably good "Grove Star office Titusville, Fla.
: good care ,
and Saucers. Motlow and F. A. Loeley. sweet breath and, good looks useHollister's
J .White Enamel Cups flavor for this time of the year.
Bird Oases, Hooks, Cups and Chains FOR SALE-General stock and Rocky Mountain Tea. The
r NURSERY STOCK FOB SALE. The Cuban orange business this season store
4 ,;Cbaa.:; AT Gardner, Titusville, Florida. attain dimensions. The buildings; growing town on east coast; greatest beautifier known. S3 cents, tea '
Citrus stock grown on high pine land. promises to some good business; little competition; excel- or tablets. Ask your druggist.Call .
DUCK BUNTING..M. .' Indian River Nurseries, established 1886. firm or Coortin & Golden expect to receive lent opportunity for party with shout

3 L.Peacock,at Titusville, is prepared Send Palm Beach for catalogue Fla.HENRY Toledo and West from 20,000 to 25,000 boxes this $8000. Address "Store," care this paper. -at Titusville Livery, at rear of .' tLeave

io take 'parties out for duck shooting at season shipments starting in Novemberand Robbins' law office, for stylish rigs. *

; 4, .reasonable' rates." .Correspondence solic BENKCKE-GUNS I REPAIRED running through until the holidays, Georgiana TWO BARGAINS well located- Nine river front acres un in your orders for hauling, both double i
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:ited. Specially made gun springs warranted besides some 6,000 boxes of grapefruit, improved. Three "forties" in one body, and single. J. M. Osban, proprietor. i

FOR SALE-Medium size black marsh pot to break Every one carefully tested. which they declare is very fine and fancy fronting east side of Indian river, town-

three year old mare, broken to the Guns stocked. Leave your gun at Pritch ship 32, range. 40;good land, unimproved. FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH. ;
r r .. rsaddle; child of eight years can handle ard'a hardware store.H. HORSES FOB SALE.J. F. W. }Iu sox, About 88 acres of good high land on ./

.her: also boy's saddle and bridle. BEND, Magruder is off buying a lot of I Georgian, Fla. the eart or ocean side of the Indian river ". J'
7 tF L. T. DANIEL, Box 121,.Titusville, Fla. horses and mules. He will have one hun- at the Narrows, described as follows: Lot .
Cocoa Fla. '" dred bead for sale. Mr. Blagrnder will FOR SALE-The southwest 1 of southwest No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section .. ',[:
J4 f BLACK1MITB SHOP. have a carload in Titnsville Oct. 15th. }, section 23, and the northwest } of 36, in township 31 south, range, 39 east :';'; "

fs ...UJ'ro.IP.&BKEB, FOB SALE. Don't forget I do all kinds of black Write Magruder, at Orlando, stating just northwest }, section 26, township 21, I This land is unimproved but finely) lo .. f

i' A magneto that .needs' no batteries. smith and wagon work, horse shoeing the kind you want andhe will have one range 34 east, containing acres. cated. For further particulars add ress ;i;.J'

Y F :Brand! new*'and will,be sold at wholesale I.and gun re mnlr. Call and nee me. to suit you in the lot. Satisfaction guar MBS. MATILDA PKTEKSO.V, I E. M. Low, '
,price. Inquire at Tag STAB office. .I J.D.Esios.'ritnsvillejFla. .anteed or .no sale. I. StockhohDVie.. Brockton, M....
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-- ,:soinewi t : :Manchuria "
.{.. -';,"&_: :i.iyA'v.. 1.yg JiII. H..D1BJDO'fOBY_.. ,'.,.,'.,.. ,;( s: ,: and.8oreaau'e S'?, now hn pily..toe safety But. -That for.yearly some;reason come our all"way. .I .
< r j ; ;
?:., \::::,: .>>: u.omCEBS.'l;J).Penney:TItnr valves"of.NipPon.= :We.havea; ;place ti> Their.Information stop .
''' ': ": i Thuslt.joff DGaalden,'"flDT -=- letoff ateam ( Just whence think.we'll learn. '
:: .i
;/ *
'. AM Stewart -About the turkey ,
F' tgYffl .>: piweeatiag attorney There la still a certain section of crop. ... I, '
;f !P.'' Hff, ; -- {
y .;'s ,=k ,Titan elerkjuwwrfiM dreai$ court; : '
--I;"',r X GaU&ttt urwori.Eo.W..v.n--..., Japan. to. ,be 'populated, tie,northern. Howls: the turkey erG)!'- -
"u 3tJritrJTitalrill" 'MX collector.John Hen 7. $ part- 'It Is hard work t6',send colonists That's what we want to know. Cure Sprains as
".'0",,; 1'k\: '; ..,;"!'":;Tille,treiauitrj J-B.'-vftOtervTitninperiatendeatof -oP there' la:that barren region: I/refer' Will it supply.'demandsOr ,ASure. s5rM> Com ..111.',,;.
'.". .pnblic.iartmction:, J.O.; to '. : Is hard cold and'sterile make a measly show? __ Contracted"Muscles Lama. Back StI! le { '
: : 4:t Tltmille. :eoantJ"IIJ"f1IJOli .3. PiP Yeddolt ', Will turks be cheap or dear Galls, BndsM, ; : -
4. i.rJBI8 .T1t711111e.akerlm W. a.Norwood; It:'Is :not'' tira.; t1ve.' We"bave, never Will .they,be thin or fat? ,Frosted Feet; Bums; Scalds, etc. '- ,
-'i..""'!....".},-', ,- & ::1 ;,,-'&:- ,Are trying to get at. station and drives out Pain. ,
A ''In, that direction. :Pioneers
i l aOtfRTY: ; : A. Conk are PENETRATES the Pores loosens the Tlaa>t' ,
i fey' 1in& ooMMfflsooinEBs1L Walker.. TVeftdoasaze 3 ojiucn the same,-whether they are from naaksglvlng' day draws near, circulation of tto Blood' =
t: 1 ? taamllew John,<1L')(1..lDeUaDola; '1.E.A New. 'England: or Wbther'they are "- A*'Amous feasting time. promotes a free J ', ,
: .Wooten.Cos;T:L Coekihatt L Ora1'r. Crom When we desire to sink natural %
; Tokyo. They want and need fer- elasticity.BEST
.' _; :: ,, .- B.e 1iT. ,held! list Monday" ,inili Mid : Our teeth in turkey prime. LINIMENT ON EARTH, =
tile kind
1.,<':3. ; .:J'i '": eICl, moD, i'\f, 1f ji'. -t t"-"';, fields a climate.. Yeddotloeti And dreadful grows,suspense ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED
; -- not give them that"I' When there is nothing heard '
2'I *,"Bat does""Quite : About the chance we'll have ,
: *SMRATIONSPOF ,JAPAN. so, but America does not fly ,To.roast and t-eat the bird. CURED r

ff.:. p ',!.:.,' the rising sun of, Japan for her flag.. We can't Imagine why
i.:, .... :J -., .. f.2't"t : I' The Japanese government does not en- Such knowledge Is denied E. A. Sfcnpson 500 Craig St.,Kaaxrffle.
'" '. !t\Ti I .When Interest most keen <' .' enn., writes: It I have been trying the {JtUuol
-:., d. :Ahailce'. With. ., ,AmericaAlmost countge emigration America. It nev- Is shown"on every side. 'Hot Springs, Ark.,for sciatic rheumatism, but I
-- '
er has. The Japanese government real- And'therefore just before eel more relief from: Ballard* Snow Woimen|; L
. t Assured,Says., Kaneko.Ohdnti.THAT.BOEIP zes,the embarrassing, position that the We let the subject drop v than any medicine or anything I hare ever tried;

., .,;,:=."- ... .-, ;.lE!.l'. United States has "been put'' under by Again we plainly ask, ? Inclosed find postoffice order for$1.00 Send &9 a
'.. How is the turkey crop "
I -Wo'" the Chinese influx., ** large bottle by Southern Express.

If :'Ti!%!":;. '.. .. "' .LBY".EgI9T8 '"While We'Japanese.are racially associated Pittsburr ChronicleTelegraph.Saved THREE SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00 '

.P. ': : :' 1 :;. ... .k with' the Chinese, we regard ,His,Life. BE SURE. YOU GET mil GENUINE / 3'
'1.j:v'r ;'.: %::, ': -. them as an inferior race. It is an insultto J. W. Davenport Wingo Ky. writes
i r17te-.Bnroa, Aye. Japanese Will ,
'" ..%vi' i: .,. '' tell a Japanese of even'the very low- Jane 14th, 1902: "I want to tell you I believe Ballard Snow Liniment Co., .
Gla41r Welcome Conuneree 'With' ,
i.$$? :., '- est class ,that a Chinese. We are Ballard's Snow Liniment saved my ST. LOUIS U. & A. '
: Usllorc; to ihe Eagle Than' the life. I under the ,
: \ : proud and we are bum le., We are. was treatment of two
' ,t'1" f .. **,.Feathers;, ; Whteh' Clothe That Bird, ," proud of out 'race and what it has doctors and they told me one of my lungswas =

t; ;-.<- :'a7i iit; uiio'a 'BBro7 Not tti Send; done. We have conquered China twice. entirely gone and the other badly affected. :
I also had I
f a lump on my side.
: ?<\'fi : BU People.:Her*.' The United States has a'race problem
:! don't that I could have lived over '.
: before it :very much bigger than ours. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
fF : e.tnertcan'eakle'i two longer. I was induced by a
, .... '."There, .." is' .more'. !'to'tl...' i' The colored population of this. countryis friend to try Ballard's Snow Liniment. RED CROSS PHARMACY, TITflSTCLLE, and EAU:GALJJE FHiRH&CT ElU GilUE
wt than the feathers_ which clothe'that noble yon chief menace. Your great'presl. The first application gave me great relief; .
, r ; .: ,' bird. The American,eagle when she dent; Mr...Lincoln, thought'that he,did two fifty cent bottles cured me sound and

, ';;ii: -.. ," fr teb a i ."'wings. might; touch. one the best under existing conditions when i well It.isa wonderful medicine and I
"' 1.:.:'' he made the slaves I recommend it to suffering humanity." SouthernRailway.EFFBCTIYE
:.a-... free. think that
: tip on England and the other tip" .
\, Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy and Eau
'. the average citizen- of the. United
ti'f':; Japan.. Gallic Pharmacy, Ean Gallie/Fla.Cowboy AUG. 6. 1005.No. "
" States knoWthat. Mfc-Lincoln erred. _
tr So said Baron to'
:: : Kentaro Kaneko aNew J
f. "If you have war, In this country, 30 No. '
L :' Tamed Joke on- Aatolst. h0.1s N'0.33Dally. 6
<: f" J York reporter little Jacksonville and New York.
Herald a -
: Daily.Uehrccn
which. I very much doubt, it .will never In an attempt to have fun with n Daily. Daily.
n: \: 5\"i ,while before he"left New York "tJ\e:\ be a war of aggression. ..Your greatest Wyoming cowboy the .other day four 755 p === 910 a Lv Jacksonville, Fla..._....So. By. Ar.: 900 ==- 8 20 p. .
. : }': : 'other,day.This danger Idrks la 'marvelous eco t 1215 a-_ 120 P Lv.Savannah Ga._._...__.So.. By. Af. 450 a 4 G3 p
j!?' ,' simile" comic your Americans: au omobillsts from Denver got into difficulties 955 a ______.: 1020 p Ar.Charlotte, N. a_________So.By. Lv. 950n128Qp _____ 833a.1130p. 4
:. continued the baron condition. Most -
.. 1 says a Cheyenne (Wyo.) dis 642 658a Ar. Richmond Va;__________So. By. Lv. ==
l ? .-< Is',that I hope the American,_peo- thought ;you settled that in 1865, but patch. The cowboy drew'bis'revol"er -
950 950 a Ar. Washington D. C... So. Ry Lv. 1051 __._ 950
----- a p
-1 : pie will take seriously. We have anal'liance you did ,not. That condition still confronts and began to see how close he could 1125 p----- -11 30 a Ar. Baltimore Md.,__________P. B. R Lv. 612 22 p '
. :*;' 'for trade with England. We you." come to those In the automobile without 235 145 pAr. Philadelphia Pa...... -___P. R. R Lv. 335 a---8- p
"- have. an alliance in good fellowship "And that condition is what hitting them. The cowboy was 6 30 415 pAr. New York. N. Y.P. R. R Lv. 1210 25 p

- f and earnest good will 'with, America. /Uncongenial. population and com- Jack said to be '
k Buline a wealthy Nos. 33 and 34-"New York and Florida Eipress." Daily Pullman Drawing Boom .
4-i s. 'Why should we,not.have a ,commercial mercial pride. I mean by .commercial young-man from Los Angeles who follows Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. i
alliance with the United States? Why pride the aggregation of great. wealth' the life 'because he likes it. The Nos. 29 and "Washington( and Florida Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Boom

":' : should not the tip of the wing of'the which natunjllr follows.' automoblllsts met Buline in the road Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. a r tDailvo

.R::'.. eagle, which reaches to the Philippines,. "Has your government envious eyes and,Instead of permitting him to pass 1
Through"The Land or the Sky" '
I.f; : reach to Japan. on the Philippines began swerving their car from .side to .nao.ll")

: .z-' Why," ,asked the..reporter,,, "should "It has not. Japan does jiot want the. side, laughing at the antics of bps 755 P Lv. Jacksonville FIa.--_____..___._______ ::..-!--- $y. Ar. .1100. -
{t,> f there be alliance, do you think'/ :. Philippines., Japan would almost pay frightened horse When the shooting, 1215 a Lv. Savannah, Ga.,-.-----.;;--.___._______ --------___Sa By. At .50 a .:,
; the'United States to them.Japan 690a Ar. Columbia S. C.'-----------___________.______--____-So. By. Lv.!' 115.' '
"Because,there is,every reason' to,ac-' keep began the chauffeur turned on the full 150 p Ar.'Asheville. N.C..----------_______..._____....___.__:..__ _So. Ry. Lv: 415 <. >-
IY" ,, Because Japan:.Is :not ,a realizes 'that'the United States is not a power of the motor and escaped, fol- 2 31. P Ar. Ho Springs, N. ..--..--__.____.________..__._..._.'By. Lv. U 43 trt -
: 1 competitor with theUnited, ,States. fifcbting.nation: The United States never lowed by the shouts of Buline and an 600 pAr. Knoxville, Tenn-------------------------------------Sa. By. Lv 933 a
;-'if- : "' : "\ '"We of Japan'trY to think and'act.. looks for trouble., The United States occasional whirring bullet.Organized 815 3 Ar. Cincinnati Obio,.--.__________: ____________________Q A 0. Lv. 813pNos.

:' t "- < We have acted In the last 'year. We Is 1. conservative .trade Induring'coun. .29 and 3O-PutIman Drawing Room and Buli'rt Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and-- .

i: have also thought. ..However, we arenot'through try; It occupies almost the same position Bntte. St. Louis,dail,.. _

.iF- S : thinking; also we ace-not in the 'Iltrairs'of. the '.world, that. Butte, Mont, is rightly called the .

Nor i f._ through acting.:" t "=-?' England aid 'fifty years'ago. That iswhr'Japan Gibraltar of trade unionism, says Tom /No 13 Between dacksonvllle and...the North aDd Welt. No.,14 f

( :;.'> "What' will 'happen?, Do you thinkthere prefers'that the American Watson's Magazine Every conceiva --___ -i: P Lv.Jacksonville. So. Rf---------------____-_-_AL -933a_-
is any prospect .that the United flag should fly over the Philippines. in, ble- occupation is organized, from the ------- 300 a Ar. Macon, So. Ry--;-----------_______________ 215 a .
": '' r States will become a monarchy, or will the celebrated expression of'Mr. Blame, pIn boys in the bowling alleys and the -______ a Ar. Atlanta, So. Ry-________ '_______________ 1150 P-1520 :-
___ 945 Ar. Chattanooga, So. 8 .___________. .._ I
' a .
it Indefinitely It Is republic?" 'an anchor to windward. We bad shoeblacks the ---- ------------ IU ..._
stay as a
I on streets to the reporters -
------- 740 P Ar Cincinnati, Queen & $ __._____..______ 830 a.____
'The United Stat will always be av trouble enough on the other side. 'the papers.
r- :- f .: on daily == 840 p Lv. Cincinnati, Bi! Four Route_-______________Lv. 710 ____
democratic republic. The only mon "Will Japan ever be a: republlc1""Xevt'r. .'''-'-- 110 a Ar. Chicago. Big Four Ronle__._______-,----Lv. 8.. 1
' archy or autocracy that''is possible in Japan is today a constitutional *' Cures Winter Coughs. _______ 83 P Lv Cincinnati, Penn. Lines110 ---________________ p =-=

the United States Is an oligarchy." monarchy of the very highest J: E. Grover, 101 N. Main St., Ottawa, -----.. a Ar. Chicago, PenD. Lines_____________________Lv. 840 P___

: "And Japan?" order. It may still even-be better. It Kans writes: "Everv fall it has been my == 845 P Lv. Cincinnati, C H. & D-Monon________.._____Ar. 740 _
is'Ii democracy without the handicapsthat wife's trouble to catch a severe cold, and ------- 723 a Ar. f'HcagO.! C. H. & D.-Monon_______________Lv. 902 P ai 1-_

Japan follow in the, trail of loose politics. therefore to cough all winter long. Last === 945 P Lv. Cincinnati C. H. &: D-Mch. Cent-________:_Ar. 7 00 a _
ti, '': constitutionarmonarchy can be except I[ have no doubt that our form of gov- fall I got her a bottle of Horehound Syr ----___ 520 a Ar, Toledo. C. H. & D.-Mich. Ct> _..___..... 1140 p ..-w._
up. She used it and lias been able to sleep 7 25 a A r. Detroit, C. H. & -MIch. .__________ 1000
thinks! liberal it is will be much' p
<> ; England. England it is a mon ernment, as ---
a {. soundly all night: long. Whenever the ------- 30 P Lv. Cincinnati<< Penn. :_ ...____.__ .
liberal ------- -- 630 a ._.__
archy, but 11115" not. England is a re more in ft few years. We are rough troubles her two or three doses ===: 555 a Ar. P tts nrg. P nn, Lines.._____..________......_Lv 815 p
# ;' public.There.IM quite as much of the absorbing the western ideas' as fast as stops the cough and she is able to be up 930 P Lv. ('1DCmnatl, BIg Four ,:::::.:.; '
---------- __ ..
--- 650
; q- free eagle, of the soaring eagle, in England we can. A great.-lnany of ,our young and well." 25c 50c 'and $1.00 Sold by ::::::: 845 a Ar. Cleveland, Big Four.--__________-__--_-_-_-_-_-_-_-__Lv., 930 a __-:

I as" there Is America., In England men go to the United States, also to Red Cross Pharmacy and Eau Gallii ------ on, So. --.-_._..__..._.'At. 1045 p.
-I I' Ry.- a
'' they have a king In America you England, :France and Germany for Pharmacy, Eau Gatlip,. Fla.CASTORIA. ------ ville, So. ----____________Lv. '-740 a 1-
do not need one." ,.- their education. They .come back to ------- .. So Ry---------r.------------ _Lv. 1010 pi_____ -

: "Is there'a' possibility, do you think, Japan with this western knowledge Nos. 13 and 14-"The Florida Limited.." Daily Solid Vestibule Train. :
of a trade alliance between the United md full of these western Ideas which I Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati.No. Through Day

& States and Japans" makes for the good of the country." i .

#' "It is better thaa a possibility. I "Do they also bring western religions For Infants and Children 5 No. 13 Between Jacksonville and Kansas CIty. Na 14 Ne 6

bope that It is almost assured. Japan with them?" Tbe Kind You Have Always Bought === 745 P Lv.Jacksonville FIa, So. -------------_____ ___ ""iif
stands with open arms to the United "Japan is an absolutely free country -----.. 520 a Ar. Atlanta Oa., Ee. Ry __ : a
--------------- -- -Lv' ::::
h StatE's.'It is up to the United States as far as religion goes-quite as free Bears theSignature ------ 1201 a Ar. Birmingha Ala.. -------------_______ 1450 p _.____
.------- 805 pAr. MemphIS, Tenn.. Frisco. .____ __ e P
to use one of your expressions to as the United States. This religious --- ______ I
make good" freedom not only exists in Japan but ofNOTICE ------ 940 a Ar. Kansas City, :10., Frisco.-___ ______.___Lv. 630 a------

"Does the mikado or the emperor also In all of the Japanese colonies. Nos. 13 and 14-"The Florida Limited'' Daily. .

Nei' rather, personally feel an Inclination There will be no mailed hand of religion OF ELECTION.Mayor's EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE. .

: t toward encouraging trade with the put on Korea or Manchuria. t J. C.MJSK,District Passenger Agent, 108 West Bay Street,Jackson: v111eFla.
zy United States" There has been none put on Formosa.\ Proclamation of Annual Election C. H. Anvrvunm,**. M. W.U.TAYLOE.G.P.A. *

t.I "I have not the right tot speak' for Any man can worship in any way he for the Town of Titnivllle. S. H. HARD WICK,P. T. M. BROOKS MORGAN. G. P.A. .

fe the emperor. But personally I am sure pleases under the Japanese flag. An election is hereby ordered to be held at
that he does. I am also sure that ev- "Do you encourage Americans to the: court house in Titnsville Brevard county, THaBridgeport
:: intelligent Japanese will be only come into Japan for commercial Florida, on Monday,the 23rd day of October,
ery purposes
1905, between the hours of 8 a. m. and 6 .
I9 1 too glad of a commercial arrangement ?" elect- The Motor
between the United States and Japan. "Most assuredly. Americans will be A Mayor,
.k J We have come to know the United gladly welcomed in any legitimateway. A l\larshaland Collector of Taxes,
A Clerk and Treasurer
States We have learned to know the American geniuses and American An Assessor of Taxes,

,. ,American people very much better promoters will ,find an open field Three Aldermen to Terre two years.
than we ever knew them before. Since In Japan to exploit their endeavors. The following persons are appointed judgesof that
said election: A. J.Sembler, }I. E. English Motes !
k Commodore Japan is not
the ,days of Perry Japan a manufacturing country. Charles Fulton; Will H. Hall clerk of ilea
t f ai has been a sort of side issue in a American genius runs to manufactures. tion. E. E. BOLLISS,

commercial and diplomatic sense to We not only welcome them but we anticipate ,- Mayor. -
the United States. I realize, that the good results and national pros- Titusville Fla. Sept. 15th, 1905. i "W- _i_

side issue phase is 'over. I realize perity with their advent. There is no It stands alone for efficiency and

y x'. that Japan is now a world power. I trade rivalry between the two nations ?\ Ifyouaanttosetthe &t4 \ strength.It .

; think that the people of the United t !l*.ti'I. biggest ivturns for ,a '
\ has
labor and
'_ States also realize the,same thing. "This country of the ,United StatesIs *f.t l your your ground, I" plentyof metal and it is

1.- "We want Japan to hold her place so big so_strong and so prosperous .. !! you can't afford where it does the most good.

,: proudly and distinctly with the other that: it can well afford to take underIts eta>;: to plant anything but 4J "r1FEMYSI It is perfect in

powers of the world. We realize and wings the new civilization of 'Ja design and work-

appreciate the kindness that the Amer. pan." ( ; manship.

lean people have expressed toward Ja- : Everything means something.

, pan. think, I can see an era of glen I Cores Chills and Fever. SEEDS Send for eatalogue.

r ous prospects. Our'flag, you know, in I G. W.,Wirt Jfacogdoches, Texas, says: -

.that of the rising sun. It rose several "His daughter had chills and fever for tsu-tbe standard They always after 49 produce years' ?

t-t + I, :years ago and drooped.- It has now three years; he could ,not 'find anything .the croi-s.largest.All dealers and rarest sell Bridgeport Machines Motor Co

't '; risen again. that would help her till he used fierbine. n-:_ tbem.. Oar 1993 ,

= .' "Will Japan now make'an effort to His wife will not keep house without it." free.eed on Annual request Bridgeport

c encourage emigration the United 50c Sold l by Red .Cross Pharmacy and .D.M.FERRY" Co Conn.

States, do you think r ._ Eats GaIl1e Pharmacy, Eau Gallie, Fla.. : DETROIT MICH. F. N. HITCHCOCK: &: C::0., Agents Titutville
... !1 ,Florida.

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t.: _' [ I ere:and bankers :called In "a" bodyron: '.L. i; 1 ,,:

EDUCATIONAL JoliD. Rockefeller In;) celebration,:of- *Sir-;
: : :: : 7 ; ., <:
theftttf15econdann: >"ifl:' !._'> :,

''ricationareiperunent Wl f b'ls'ffi rival Cleveland: ; as''a pboyrTbelr' ; # ;.

., '.} ;:., i. :'tried.In1 Bostob f linder\the'name sr kesmanTLawyer Squire, wished Mr. .-"';. : ."'; ';; 1;;
-.rj.; ; tP ,#:, i ..?:l 7... .Breadwinners'" Rockefeller'.long life and hoped that the ,
,. of the] college.wa. opened } '; 'f' :

;/w th. addresses' by',Meyer Bloom- wprld might benefit, by his'generosity :; ::>: > :

; ld.U1e.lend1ng"IP1r1t and, several to: -educational and (Christian' Institutions :...; .7:'" .
lifi'F y
; t >', > :' of )f1! : 'PLf t.N .VX : ;.- others,' The object'Is to 'give an opportunity 'and that the'city might. continue : ,., i r> > ,'.

',, ., .. for advanced education to those to "rejoice, .In. ,possessing! the foremost :-> -'
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;;: ;. .,. ,..., ,;c--:>L : ": ," "\&?, 'Qi1iet.. .,..,Orreene t andcarter. .. were* : agreed toJdisagreei..andarbItration'Ishe ; who cannot afford. _to- gotb; -college.. : financier In, the world" With >'. ::

"': :, .- .'I_&< 'ICkii.' .,..... ,., t."'- :1--'rl./o; ; # .keynote.. ,of. the understanding.f :,School:iFor:Backward.Children." tears' his eyes and an unsteady voice, ., ,' :
:! .cyf .
I ; Rabbery reached' by the Swedish and;Ndrwe- Mr. Rockefeller 'spoke't'some length ..,
.A.I* "tTheIatlonal .
i :Wi Bank The ,York board of education .
.. _;" .. ..=..' '"t't4,"' :::-.f.;.. ,:->,.,.:.. : -: ; Cityz bent': of New...> glan ommlsslon r at Carlstad.. In the 111\11'decided'to'organize'a special school of his'early' struggles'and, the helping ,.
!K : ->ita:be; ; ''t.t. firstrartlcle the two c countries agree to hand extended to him by Cleveland'sbusiness j
,,,':;;}"',... -. "Ii". _' .,' ; sharp de- Torki'known: *.. .e&he;Standard. .. oil bank. ; for the'benefit! -of. children of men. ,Speaking to the '. .' 1
1' submit to The for younger
-. ;$ Y ;: 't,. I3ooeeiettFadmhrle. hXs'been ,cheated'out, of securitietrwortiV Hague,court ,a period the crowded east side. It will be 'attended .
: men
.r,. <>< of ten, years 'all taatters of dispute cir present, he took occasion to.say'
: : $ 9,330.k'certleed'ehecr:: for
-.tiiDrt dJ 8tates'Sen. ; by children who,have been kept "
.' that money'gettiDg was not the only
those .whlchPeffect
'< "L.l 'x this cept theindependenceintegrity"or :;
:' .amount.:was presented and honored out of school for one cause or'another,
w sN-.tafOtclForater'' -
: interests thing there is in this world. urged
: of.ettlier. He
''fYaddrereAt.Behe- .!Inj,of;Pearlk oV.; flna vital truants and Incorrigibles, by those who '
But in the event of difference"6fopinion them to turn their thoughts to higher
: which had.secured aloan on'stock'cal- .' ,have been In the children's courts and
jfontalnejopenedCtfce : the : things, to channels of usefulness, liTfc
x .lateral\the.jday 1J tore'The'bank'ciid. on vitality of such .quefr anything ,
Ohio Repubdeclared- by
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and everything for betterment
to agreee the
tlons the
court Is decide; This
t Dot.know had robbed until the
_s-- i:1k: '
a check returned -
was. ,
A\ National bank{ ; on .which. itha ' c
.k Agalnattreclproea ; ,Articfe 2 deals .with the neutral zonewb1eIIs Its approval to the plan of transform- outbreak of disease
1rythat ,would drawn; Transfer of the:; to1en stocks .. Owing an
; :
ic . ing public school playgrounds Into min
1\\ <-r; '" keIi' anJ, InIe. -' was'stopped, :and detectireafwe;Were rpntontbecase tobe, established on each side among the midshipmen at Annapolisthe

r .. :;? itt/Jv d\ .tr.T. ; and: \ fv.* of the border, and m.- which theexiatingNorwe iature self governing cities. which has opening of the Naval! academy was,.
'- r to the New York
W recently been applied ,
; -" against J ii r n' fortifications are to demolished postponed. There were twenty cases

.Y'.k. lmlzionJ tariff 10 \within the next eight months public playgrounds. The pupils are to of diphtheria and five of typhoid.

: ofthe'. I EXECUTIVE: : ]t. except the Kongsvinger group, which elect their own mayor and council, and
# Accidents
%"" ." ;; ." .. overcomeadef! .
; : '
: the older will be
f-: boys appointed as policemen -
; ; "
> .t.. extended either
not regards
-""'t. ,;P: ".. -., 't.. ...:.,, ,;: .>)<_. -" ..')'........,.Jdt. ".'..;U..AI""nctr -' may as to ClriJ'out the will of the A typhoon burst over Manila Philip ..

<-,.,,-, ..) :;&/,..4-.',<."r.-t---l; '" '. -! ,'.........., ?.'JIJt;; -" .oppo8ed..con----' ., 8honti-, 'Back- -to,,lethmus.,' >'1.. ,' the erection of,armaments or ..thegar.rlson "administration" sports.. pines causing the destruction of hun

'...".. .:.j'!:' ..,._G aAarate'...mAkinltlM wer'upon, Chairman' Shonts and "several mem- :; The agreement provides that dreds, two churches and a '
''''., "';;- : .. two officers of Butler
:'. -.r.'f< ..,....:."fabigrtit:;r: tommereecommisaion.; 'bers of the'canal commission; together foreign powers on hotel. Five thousand persons were rendered i
4'ii't'iwt'ObJO who shall select a. third, shall form a !attention of the'publIc has been
--tl.'_ Ji.. 0 Dembcrttic with the board engineers homeless. Ten Americans were ;

C tU T1 o Deu 0crtitic_ campaign. and .several foreign ,experts, 'nave 'retnmed court to decide whether the Norwegianforts .caught by one passage In the opening killed In the wreck of the cutter Leyte.A .

r <[. ,-\t' Of" on .the to_Colon. for.the,purpose: of-m- have; been sufficiently dismantled.The address' of President Butler of Columbia $1.000,000 fire occurred at Butte,

.i..t'i-J'- 5 '- .i f \.1-: _.\'b1- ,a:Y ova. ,. : IL.Pattl"; on' the. specting the,work. done and-to declde third.article deals,with reindeer In reference to the recent exposures Mont, when five or six of the principal

.'" tt$"Jil,8dWa', torgoveruor..Dlr., ; Foraker- on,, the- kind .of 'a ,canalto. be built pastures etc.; ,the fourth with Inter- of.wrongdoingvby eminent financiers business houses and the public library

,- -:;, y. ;. :. letiei d:::hatbe'halt,any-::intention.of 'While:'at Colon, the officials"..will live traffic,and!the fifth with,common;waterways i He said we have been watching building were destroyed. t "
... the .usual, International rules melt like snow before
;j1.z.Wu..WStli tin administration.. the steamship Havana reputations away
: . on .. The Pennsylvania flier crashed'Intoa '.
:: :< "" '--' :>\ L :* '" of government being provided In the
the sun of publicity, and men who for
'f.'y; Fnslon; FA -.1.. President at Washington.President local at PaoU, nineteen miles out of ;
;: ,
'ifl; : '< last two cases. have been trusted are to be
t.W years seep
; Thovlt4to being; about' antia .: five
an. Philadelphia, killing persons.
Boosevelt'left b1S\l
ou1e at King Oscar binds himself, when the : mere speculators 'with the of
,,, ay: fusion,of: the ;Republican I money The steamship Grenada of the Trin
,i Oyster'Bay. Long Island'Sept 30
: on: riksdag and the storthing have accepted others and pilferers of the savings of
-<<;artf; Union:.and.the,M11Irl: with. hisfamily and.bffldal:aids and :the agreement to rescind the act of the poor. "Put bluntly" be added'the idad line crashed Into its Brooklyn
? tt bwneribip.'league ;of' 'New York pier, wrecking the structure for a distance -
"'r F pa(t : took ,np his, residence in the executive union and declare Norway an Independent -. situation which confronts Americans :
ediuteimangy.itftQ;: attempts to ( of several hundred feet ind burying r
.".; ; : 'mansion .Washington.; !L. A, throng: of state. today Is due to lack of moral princi
When C1t1."fih number of In the ruins.
: aOn:+ ndldateL 'the .well wishing neighbor dive the Booae- 'The people Norway arejenthusiastically ple. a persons
17uifl1nallp decided to insist onAttorney One man was killed and several ,
dew' find ,
welts a happy sendoff' a,warm reception ,discussingthe_ (subject of a new He declared there were many busi-

iR i, e;ladorsement' ot'Dietrict awaited them at'Washington.Secretary form of government and a plebiscite ness men and lawyers counted shrewd Injured. .: 4
: T o wuldnot promlae ,to.JrrtnMi re- J. .:
t t .5'!! Taft' Home.: ; hi probable. and successful who have substitUtedthe Deaths.Wheeler. fit
?'' fc-Tnanuny.badorsement, the Re.abUclins ; '
#- ri-: _I" # decided;to, go It alone_, with Secretary oIWar'Tuft and the partyof Russian Reformers Active* + penal code for,the moral }\caw. Right .H.' Peckham the noted New
.gii'i ; : York jurist who was nominated to the
and had to the subtle
j 'coni 'es8men..jr1th' arrived at wrong given way
ownership In their Notwithstanding "that''preparations
>< mrinnnWpal;- .plank
F': bench President
by Cleveland
Ban Francisco on the steamer Korea, distinction "between honest,' law-hon supreme
/.tb. going forward for elections the
.bulepeDdentorpnlza. are
r.'g" but not confirmed, and who was always '
which broke1 the''record from Yokohama est and dishonest. '
; :!Ut.'t' efforts to'.ass tlng.ehA : coming national assembly, radical de- conspicuous 'among political reformers !
U1.. by four .110m.;.makl!" ,the trip In mands have been made the .
> $U MIectlon.ot.. tI' again by z
'fI died in his law office Sept. 27.
,i1t.. $0 ."Ch iOqfr ? .J, 10 days H'remained.hours and' 6 minutes.few Miss lem..tvo.:congress at Moscow 'and by I COMMERCIAL I IEquitable's Jacob Lift the theatrical manager

>f.-i I Roosevelt with:a friends the nobles of 8C Petersburg These demands
.' heir, oileAmotlugto about $33- the died at Yonkers, N. Y., Sept. 27. He "
tour To"a
; foraonger fan orient
.,.at Ol10.00o aaa been made by the; traction : said he had been Include equality .of rights for Profits Diverted began as ,an errand boy In a Milwaukee :';
reporter secretary
> .
'\Iutet.fifOf'Chicago( to the city council I all, a real parliament The New York legislative Insurance theater and before his death 'was
pleased with the improvementsIn
'S1 a'twenty year franchise'for all theHpidsiinjr I antees of liberty which are contained investigation continued with the result worth a million.T. .
:, : the of Manila the streets being
city ,
; in the American Declaration of Inde
after which the that more transactionsin Edgar Pemberton the British"dramatic
\ _lines, companies cleaned.. many. syndicate
well pa'ed'nd A street rail- Disorders continue In the
p agree .to waive their' ninety-nine pendence. t connection with the Equitable were critic and author, died at his
:_ Is in
way :operation along thlrty-three Caucasus and have
rigorous measures
oc jeae Tights and to Improve,their serv disclosed in which no record of profitsto some In Worcestershire. Sept 28.
',1} miles of the Manila, streets. .He regretted been resorted'tp In Finland, where the
ice'immediately, operating cars, as the the society were shown on the books.
' : Sick headache is caused disordered
fif however, .that the. natives In said to have by a
was resigned on
ti council direct with the single five governor those who shared In these
't:!t'y may the provinces were not Among ques- condition of the Stomach and is quickly
,. account of the threats his life.
fi ; -_ :. ;:ieat fare between any two points; TheyIOirer rapidly as be hoped toward condition on tionable operations was Senator De- 'cured by Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver -

-i{ ':, to:give thecity a graduated that would justify self government Three Years For Albert. pew. Tablets. For sale by Red Cross Phar- i-

.t nopercentage'. of the gross.earnings, rang- William S. ,Albers, the American resident President McCall of the New YorkT macy.

\ J" i1".. wing! !lomB! to'10.per cent Battleship Mississippi Launched. of Nicaragua convicted of resist T-.. '..,. s fated pea b8 c I y t6 a t 1ft.u. u f u t ore hi scompany ,\
? I ,;.. ff ,aieritary. .Shaw's Rstlrsmtnt. The battleship Mississippi, was ing authority and Insulting President would make no contributions
: -
launched successfully at the Cramp has been sentenced to tbreefears' to political
t; ;isecreta1'"of the'Treasury LesHe ,M. Zelaya, any party.
:Shaw, announced In.a letter' to 'the yards In the presence of Governor Pen- Imprisonment. No action will Mr. Perkins told how as a New York :
1-r.- : .
: ,, County. Republican club at Des Moines nypacker.. Mayor Weaver, Admiral be taken until the details of the trial : Life official he dealt with himself as Is one where health abounds.
; '
.t; Dewey and the usual throng of specta-
; are received. I partner of Morgan & Co.
to leave the cabinet With
blood there
?L ,;; <. big final.decision tors. 'Governor Yardaman ,of Mississippi impure can-
:M*!i1 t,0!!: ,:of President Boosevelt'Feb...' 1, 1908.. was prevented from attending on Agreement on Morocco. / I Anglo-Jap Trad..Alliance. not be good health. ;

An has been reached be- London hears of the formation of a
t. Advise Roossvelt. fever agreement With disordered LIVER there
l<-i account .of the quarantine,' and e
s '. Jnst' 'before' leasing San Francisco the ship was christened by the daughter tween France and Germany as to the $25,000,000 ship owning and carrying cannot be good blood.Ir'iitt'sPiIIs.

{ i: 1 A: --wlth. :.:nls family .on their world tour of Senator Money of Mississippi International Moroccan congress. The combination with a view to operatinga

4t'fi r Z Jlr. Bryan toan, apse letter to President who escaped the quarantine by living Algerian frontier question will not be line between England and Japan. It .

Roosevelt commended him for his hi Washington. discussed, and a state bank is to be cre- will utilize the steamships secured by
i ..' determination as to'rate regulation and ated. Japan for war transportation. Port
i f Arthur is be made the
7.ti' ; assured,him of the support of the people'regardless Japan to Safeguard India. distributing i
.;'t -' of party aflUiation. Hf..j.ft I' FOREIGNHungarians I center of the far east. I '
\ tr a. < The vital point in the new .Anglo- .
,'. ._ ;promised that' If the president were Japanese treaty, the text of which is Allan Line Desert New York. revivfythetorpid LIVER and restore ;

>> '',' ''' ,willing. fo' help,reduce the tariff where. Are Defiant. now published. Is that the Japanese Because of its Inability to get a renewal !iu natural action.
fit:1J' ''''' "' It shelters the trusts he would find the The spirit ot.Hungarian independence definitely agree to help England maintain of the pier lease at New York on

C''l"-< .': ;Democrats ready .to. aid him. In anW' was raised to fever beat by the her frontier In India. Both powers reasonable terms the Allan Trans- A' healthy LIVER means pure

i' editorial .Mr. Bryan said the president studied coldness of Emperor Francis are to fight if either is attacked In atlantic line has decided to withdraw blood.__ -

t:./,, :would do well to have the contributions Joseph toward the leaders of the Independence Asia and Japan's predominance in Korea Its steamships between Glasgow and Pure blood means health. i :
returned. New York. The line will increase
of companies its Health
-;:;" the'.insurance party-Kossuth, Bauffy ..ndrassfand Is specUled"Cuban means happiness.Take .

''j ;: -' Gorman Agrees to Quit Vichy-when they called upon Moderates Victorious.A Boston service 9 no Substitute. All Druggists

jf1During; ; the Democratic convention at him at the palace in Vienna. Not complete victory for the Moderate Millions For the P. R. R. .

H"-.: : *' ,Baltimore'.Senator Gorman answered only did the party of Cuba was scored In the presidential The trustees of the Pennsylvania HOLklw _. i ;

7"- :;" 'the-charge that the proposed disenfranchising aged ruler refuse primary election for boards of company, an auxiliary corporation of Rocky Mountain' Tea Nuggets 1 r j

:;: .:} ; amendment was Intended to 1 "- to shake registry. This is the party headed by the Pennsylvania railroad which oper- A Busy Medicine fcf Buy People. i '

?L! <; :. benefit, him by declaring .that If the hands with President Palma. Many of the oppo- ates lines! west of Pittsburg, voted a' Brings Golisn Health end Renewed Vigor. t 1 _

,amendment was adopted In November .- them, but spokeIn sition party, known as Liberals! say $2.000,000 Increase In capital stock. A so!ci1c for Constipation..,..In"i. ertlon.Live Ii
and Troubles. Pimp! E ,Impure t
; This issue Is to btt taken the Kidney ; .-- 'eo that Maryland! _should be freed from Germanwhen they refrained from voting because of up by Blood l Bad Breath. Slugsrtsh Bowels. Headache Y i sand
i ., negro' domination he would agree top it Is customary threats. The had parent company, which utilizes the proceeds Backacfie. It's Rocky Mountain Tea in tab. a,
4 'I police government
Ocnufna made
let box.
35 by
form cents a
for him to of its recent bond issue. C
;. "neveragain seek office. use news ,of a Liberal plot to' dynamite HouasTER Darn COMPACT, Malison,wis.

Hungarian In his public buildings at Clenfuegos. The Electric Locomotives Ordered. GOLDEN W! <: rrs FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
_, _
':i: [LEGALCRIMINALfife : I the intercourse statesmen with of Liberal party Is headed by General The New York,. Sew Haven and t

Jose Miguel Gomez governor of Santa Hartford railroad bas.placed an order .

=" Hungary. He Clara.. There Is now. a Liberal majority with the Westinghouse company for Chamberlain'sCOLIC

At Portland. .Ore., Representative '.'J handed them a In the house of- representativesand twenty-five electric locomotives of the "

N. Winiamson,,together with Dr. j.' formal proposal phase alternating CHOLERA AND tM
.. < John .I-. a very narrow majority of Moderates single current type.
t.1( Van Gessner, Ms partner, ,and Land a that they organ- in the senate. There was much They will have four motors each, de- Diarrhea

. Commissioner M. B. Biggs, were found Franz Kossuth.lze a Parliamentary talk on all sides of civil war between veloping 400 horsepower, making a total Remedy j

". V. guilty of" conspiracy to suborn perjury. government committee .! the adherents of Palma and Gomez incase of 1,600 horsepower. In express i

jp':,: Many witnesses testified that they,bad based on certain reforms. The the Liberal candidate should not service a speed of fifty to seventy milesan A few doses of this remedy will ;
; under was especially angered by beIng -
; land' claims with the invariably cure an ordinary attack '
taken up be elected and seated. hour can be maintained with a train
to'sell to Van referred to Premier Gollchowsky, of diarrhea. .
% standing that they; were was announced that General of 250 tons. i4
* .' ,when patents were secured. who has fought most bitterly againstthe It has been used in nine epidemics
\ Oessner Gomez had resigned his candidacyand From $50,000 to $50,000,000.The .
Independents. The com- of with
themselves on the Hungarian dysentery perfect ,
: threw ,
Itf.5f-l" -, The aecuscd court mittee promptly notified the premier In asked that ttte'Llberals cease fightIng New York Independent Tele- success.

f.r 15,r mercy 0. toe writing that they could not accept his In nls favor. He'deemed it uselessto phone company certifies that It has in- I It can always be depended

J$ : .::1 :Giynor, end Oriene lose Caae.I majesty's. programme of reforms and oppose the government whose tri- creased Its capital from $50,000 to $:50- I. upon, even in the more severe "

When It was announced at Montreal that they .Insisted upon their demands umph was complete. He does not want 000.000, paying a tax"'of $24.754. on the attacks of cramp. cob and cholera Jai

that'file court bad quashed the petition as to the official .tree of,the.Hungarian the responsibility of bringing on war. increase.: The eompmy'fas incorporated morons.It is successful for
equally ;
.} .> for.babe88.c.corpus; presented by Gay- language. 'Finally 'they'refused to continue German Soci.sts to Strike. to operate independent telephonelines summer diarrhea and cholera ;

;. 'Greene, the fugitive SavannahjSbor negotiations unless a Hungarian The Socialist.congress at Jena, Germany in New York, New Jersey, Penn infantum in children, and is the

:,: embers.; It was believed thatI. official were appointed to meet them. has adopted Herr Bebel's resolution sylvania and New England states. Its means of saving the lives of many

{ 7" .the'fight'of these men against ex ad1it This was done, but no agreement was declaring that Inasmuch as all purpose is to fuse all the independentlines children each year. -

; : HOB allast had ended. The men were reached. The'HUDKllrian, committee political parties fa Germany are, seeking In connection with one line across When reduced with water and

f. .. ', 4 ord re f beet to prison' for surrender then left Vienna with words of defiance to hinder the growth of socialism the continent to San Francisco.OASTOREA.. sweetened it ia pleasant to take. .. '

; ;: the Canadlan executive and returned to Budapest, where and Every man of a family should .
: ; or.; at by restricting manhood suffrage : keep this remedy in his home. .

I ": in t uch.with'. the executlve'power Is be- serious riots began to occur. the secret ballot the Socialists were !taft fh The-Kind Yell HaY sisals Bought Buy it now. It may

:' Washington. .Our government Arbitration For Scandinavians.At Justified In organizing all workers for Sipatite rL PRICE 25c. LARGE 50c. S
12,000,000 / SIZE
f.t.ffj. '::1f:." ,:Dewedto s! have lost more than with which. ,last Norway and Sweden have= a general 8 rike. Bebel said that liber-. .of !: 1 ,t{
.. .', tile .conspiracy
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STAR live i :;,Bliss,'the".tre Grwwfc: > reredtod Tf >!- wv* mFo fvir, ); IAtE-DISEAS .
S :
> disbursed this belt to Wall of the $JH| : s
: 41.ClMPUCATllNIf .. ", ,J.Ji
.i; '. >;,. "' &i Wican & candidate' He ,, .. < 1"' ; ,;
.. '" ... ;;..'i'NititDte ti4 'c'" 'J ', ; *

_...,. :::r," ";", ,.:.,", ""r"i,' I .,. . ,__...II--,.. -. ,.-.'- ",',,"rlt''it, ..,'c(;...: hail"'nothing: ";-to,' asrjo-aay'one; ..1&-toyiittpa ; ; : .. : : .; =. ,,
::s'J _1 ti.sir.,,,, : -,,. i,,,,,,e. j "' r. it' .'v,. (minie tibn :with
"''' > ,,''''' '-'<0.' '''' '> 4 OD"toy flMtteriiiJ Robuk Health V
,. _-'s,,.;' .'" ttrw r. r. .'f'1tWt ,", psbak. r.s' '; this!subject' ;There"you'have the kinditf % ;; ;Whp Ojye rf eirtestQI'e4' : *1t]: r

f RJt1 SHIDEVEBYPilDAYHOENING- .. : silence.that. usually- goes withudditlotiod *, Usefulness to Pe=ru-Ita '
::: ; :;"' ; :'-"; -'. -,-':' ;: ':_ : : : -"division.:. 'And,.Mr.Cbairman'Cortelyoo ,
.... [ Int1t t .,
M ::-* .fi..M8ICII'ftO., : who succeeded; to Banna'a place '
.. '/I.
-&54gc#,stojrt: ..r: .,":" ''''r-Iir-lfiim!-."',,X'*r MOHTH8.-._* .- .if'.J{( ,:>" in the work of pointedly lolicitinf unlaW! Read;the Letters of Grateful I Women

$.t:? 's'':YratldaR. 1 tittft/aM'ea.rr ., fat i cftttribetuntof Jtliia character, out of f tit 1

.:, ..\._'''f, A.- _. JIi '> corporation' treasurers,' he*too is silent. Cured by Dr..S. B. Hartman's'Fre
.- ''" j; ift'\ ..; r '" '- As to Mr;;: B ot'eeJ&; by no meline }
1i: vt'n moat bedoarly'nndentood Oat neither 6
'.zt TsalBrAS'norataedito: lJ' responsible for loquacious l'u he.Tim before this annoying Advice. / !
$ .
'.lfi":,.: < n'>-tmlnioai. '.,. expifSKd. v. -- -.->-by.K-oeatp. ondenU.E-. > .-..\<, thin got found o i."' '\ : V s .

:o.rl.Ji r .. ....;..,

decidedocae S0H00LBOABp.' ; :MEETING_ ,'{.'' 'Thousands of Testimonials Received 1))) :4'i7 :-

; Proceedlngi 'Had ,At'' the Every 'Year.}. : ,
fat the\oomiagtate.:Faust. Tampi and Begular
} i 1!, > one,of the most;elaborate prograoMTof the &.a Held Last Week. #

l J} entire.. fifteen'days.will: ::be .arranged in The. board ,of, public''.instruction. met An Ideal, 'Medicine.. t4 4 4 if'M.
"" ". ";; ,honorof' .theoocuion. ;TbeTblrd'. '" brigade, Monday, October 2nd; full board present.Minutes LOUISE MATHER '1f

:,:,_ ;j, Florida:;Confederate Veterans, will' hold 'of the last regular meeting, were ,ISChurehStVBnrUngton, Pero ? -

J'": ,their'anual t rennion 1.> i this}day; and aCr read and'approved. Vt., Vice-president Bureau ,of ; ffY

conlial' invitation is tended that -
V :, -- :!: by The treasurer presented his'report forSeptember Exchange,writes ; :.r,} ;{ I '

, "j noted brigade to"QveryCoofederateY; et which 'was read, found correct :"Your l IidJd/-ols tut'Ideal' l ,?<:.;' k: n ;

:: ,. .Bran,wife, son or daughter. ;,jn the south>> and redeemed warrants duly cancel! woman's medicine and by far 1
,, ';:. to attend."; the best have:known to re- sr r# '>f < '
;: '
: }
: ed and filed. ;;:}
: t
8&-V- '. s store lost_health and acre gtb. Y3rl ts ;< ; LOUIJE"Monica
; The bids for the erection of a school "I suffered for several ;# iA< ; JA } .:K %
14 = From the reports of:the paweDjsr and years. i y' ,..}Z.r ..,: '.:, 5VtThER
y K r\.Ay:
;were :
[ boons at City Point read, and aU My back ached, I had bearing n ; : t,:.. '
!r ::-; .: ;industrial.agents of :the Coast Line Sea, being deemed excessive'were rejected. ,down pains,and frequonthoad,3, ,

r t :' : { .Aboard and! -_other railways interested- 1m(7' The matter of the drill e for Titusville aches."I {ill
the coming State Fair.a& Tampa, the attendance ',
High school ;was?:.discussed; and motion would often wake from ::'

:1V4! :' ,,:". of homeeeekera from other.states carried that.this school f devote 30.minute sleep in such pain that would V ;;:.a,.:;,.::,,::. :45 zjf'
;" will that of state fair hith* ,suffer for hours before }t.a: ''
I V -'Z. surpass. ,any Monday, Wednesday ,and Friday afternoons my eyes
''f ir .; .. .erto.heldin, the south. Throughout the would close again.1 I dreadedthe r r
? of each week to this exercise and t S y
{ } +} '. entire summer and autumn an energetic Ions: nights as well aa the :; :: aiC :r .'V
: ) .
; / that,no,child physically able to stand the f%'':': i :y:: :{h
by ;;; advertising campaign: has been waged in exercise be excused., weary' days. : r Q ,

,' ;:; 'all sections, 'particularly .the northwest, "1 consulted two physicians, it::, a,., Lr
Miss,Ethel L 'Wilson is \p'
; appointed Eta '
4} ;: :
to relief.
:f ''f? an&thi3 will be continued until the fair Iscping get Finding '
r dent to the Female College, and Norris that their medicine did not ti /
pen..1"aO has-been the de-
: Froscher to the State-University for the seem to cure me, a friend advised 'mand for exhibit 'at the fair that
space % f: _
ensuing school year.FINANCIAL.- try Peruna. : ; ;r; ,;; 4
5.'}: ,3t
" the erection of extra buildings has been '
: "I am-certainly that yt'5. y
glad I < l {
; : 6UMMABY.
, necessitated: another live stock
including followed her advice,for Peruna :,. ; fi ,
hw- *S:_ .'' building., .About 100 of the finest racehorses Warrants" issued outstanding this meeting last_ report.- $ 2,779.63 1,936.66 was the only medicine for me. i ;: V';t irf ?2

g =JrvL of Tennessee, the Carolinas Geor ,_ Every ache and pain disappeared

gia and .Florida will be seen in the great 'l;.. 4.T1629 in four months and 1am'
Warrants in .._ '3'a : t
paid September; 42839 q' ; 7
. : ,race meet, to last nine days., in perfect health now. :'v :: iii.r41
a : ; .::"- Warrants now outstanding.____ 4,28790 "My earnest advice to suffering a 'q '

t COME FLOBZDA Cash on hand_______.______*-___ 482 4tf women Is to try Pe V o 11 ,
for I feel >< '
tuna, sure they win
V STAR Deficit in funds. .. ... ...
i- This edition of THE will go to several ----- 3,805.44 not be disappointed la It" LLEnoyinA'

: hundred people in the north and ITEMIZED EXPENDITURES. Louise Mather.

northwest who are making inquiries' about County school fund.. Splendid ? LE.: ( ,

x' ; Florida and all these are aside' from, our For teachers'> salaries' -J--.___-.____-$sio.oo 4 1Y I.ER. -
regular subscribers, and as a number of For transporting pupils__________ 114.01 Health. -
John R:. Walter salary apt. for Sep 75. .flftB. Mrs. L. E. Tyler, Santa "....J-" \ .
'written" --- --- -- -- ,
the for .
latter have to us a correct diem
E. lima, per and mileage.. 9.00E. Cal., Secretary Santa Monica 1
Her America Is the Land of Nervous
;; : ''status of the yellow fever situation in the B. Arnold, per diem and mileage__ \11.2i Musical writes Completely Regained* I -
F Florida A. J. Carter per diem and mileage_ 580J. Society, : Health. Women. #
south particularly as regards we
E. Walker, freight,post, expn.ete900 "I was troubled for over three years
desire to say with all the earnestness and John Henry typewriting for pub.' 2.00 with systemic catarrh, complicated by Miss Edith Beams,726 North Main St., The majority of women are nervous

force possible to.. every northern reader L R. Advocate, nan. statement_ 2.00 female weakness. Inflammation. T\ y ton, 0., writes: because they suffer from some form of
H. & W. B. Drew Co., supplies$18.35, "This Induced frequent headaches, female disease.
i that there has been but one case of yellow H.8.books t9.14_._._....___.__ 27.49 and "I suffered for some time with both .
fever in the'whole state of Florida this So. Sch. Book Dep.. H. S:books_--____ 9.60 nervousness, which hysteria could relieve BleepeulIess untilI lung and female troubles."I The greatest obstacle in the way of !
The E. 0. Painter Co.,H. S. Sooks,____, 9 85 nothing recovery is that they do not understand
year aside from the fever that is now prevailing Co. tried Peruna. bad been under the treatment of a
H. S. books
Amer..Book $S& 60,
,:- and has prevailed; for some' .weeks free books$76.04.'__--:__________ 160.64 ."I began to feel better after I had good physician for about Dine months that catarrh is the main source of their
in Pensacola in the Indian River State bank, interest_____ 8.95 taken the first bottleful and improvedfrom I without obtaining any relief when illness. .
*tr. 'past extreme western Bank of Fort Pierceu____. .:__ _____. 6.25 week to week until at the end of I Perunawasrecommendedtome. After Women who are in doubt as to their*?
I. part of the state. That one particular E.,C. L. & Co., material for Nos.5, :, 1 taking twelve bottles of this medicine I %
case was in Tampa some 'two monthsago. 6,23 Sup._____________________ 54.76 about eleven weeks I was entirely well. have completely'regained health. ailments should write to Dr. Hartman,
"I to that I have my President of The Hartman Sanitarium
John Henry commissions as co. treas.. 48.33 am ,pleased say ,
The patient recovered and there Treas. St. Lncie'county, amt. due_____ 76.58J. enjoyed splendid health now for nearlya "I am pleased to recommend Perunato Columbus, O. Give him a full description

was not another case in that city-with R. Walker & Co.,supplies for 101&; 5 2.70C. year. I have a fine appetite, enjoy any one suffering from the above ail of your symptoms, previous treat .
G. Redstone, work on No. 22._____ 10.00
: that one case it-was stamped out.. Hodgson Bros., supplies for No. 22_____, 2.70J. sound sleep and do not suffer from any ments."-Edith Reams ment and age. ,
r" There has not been a case 'elsewhere in G. Bast tank for 'o. 6..1__________ 31.88 more headaches or other pains."-L. E. No testimonials published without He will promptly reply with full directions it

7 the state and people can .;trine to thee J. G. Bast tank for No. 24 ____________ 21.93 Tyler.A ,written consent of the writer. for treatment, free of chare
G. F. Daren work'&c.. No. 6...._....? 20.25 -
1''' coast pr any part of North,< Middle Chas. Fulton,janitor No.:6....___..__ 3 75
i. or uth'Fiorida for that matter, without fitusville.Livery Stable, haul. Xo. 6_: 335J. !good man may lie great, bat all great E. L. BRADY & BRO. f
Pritchard & Son. sup. Nos. 5, 6 101. 3 62 men are not IlJOd.Frlghteul :
running the slightest risk of exposing Cocoa & Rock ledge News, pub. notice. 1.20
< themselves to yellow fever. There is noL H. Wakefield, asst.exam.& mileage 19.60 Suffering Relieved. .
Miss Susie G. Minis memb. grad. com. Groceries Hay Grain and all Food Products. j
need of fear on the part of any person and mileage....____..___________ n.oo SuJfrring frightfully from the virulent :.
staying away from:Florida a 'day on account Miss. Lottie Teeter, memb. giad. torn. poison of nii'liueFU-d food, C. G. Gray. We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for !apes' Fertilizer. We deal eicluiiveij *?:
of the slightest danger of and mileage___________._________ 6.00 son, of Lnl., Miss., took Dr. King's New in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumer Write us for price OD -
exposureto Miss Ida Dodson, memb.grad, com.and Life Pills, "with the result he writes, Gram and all Groceries, delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY & BRO..TlTuSVlLU.Fli
yellow fever for there is, absolutely no mileage._____._._________.__.___ 600 'thai I wa's cured. All ,stomach andhowrlli80rdt'1'S (
danger anywhere except right in the city W. D. Campbell haul lumb. No. 105.. 1000 ""'A
Jake Kyzer. work on No. 5__________ 13.00 tive way to their tonic, GONER: &. Cc'
b of msacola, and ita. eobarh, t -. axHtive properties. 2.j(:. at Red Cross ,

.. -::- $1,611.83 Pharmacy, guaranteed. !i Staple and Fancy GroceriesHay'yral-DFruit and ,

Au of the conference i Last Hope Vanished. ,
committee of the Southeastern Passenger 1 When leading physicians paid that W.
k I M. Siuithart, of Prkin, IlL, had incurable Titusville a : FFloricA.: .
association, Joseph Richardson, ._ ,
. Y ciinsinnptifin, his last hope vanished but n
,; chat'man, was held in association rooms Dr. Kii'gV New Discovery for Consumption

ri l: in the Equitable, building Wednesday to Cout'lis and Cold\ kept him out of : I BOBBINS

V consider the coming winter tourist season, his arn\.p. He saj s: "This great specific 1 \0.
mplctfly cnrwl me, and saved my life. 1 '
Atlanta Constitution. 'Each'vear
says the SHUV' then I have used it for over 10 1t & .GRAHAM;
Zx;' has found the nom Wr of winter invaders Yt'IrMild oinsider it a marvelous throat 1 -

in Dixie from all parts of the country >tml lung lire." Strictly scientific cure 4= CO., ,:

:I; growing in number and the chances are for nmglis, !!.>re throats colds! ;sure preventive : cavi I{I (Incorporated Paid up Capital 2500000.) :
of pneumonia Guaranteed oOc.
that the coming wither will be a record.IVt and $1 00 bottles at Red Cross Pharmacy, N II I i This company owns lands
in the Indian Hirer
breaker in every way., Prix I Untie free."RUNS : IN 1 I Country
,on the St. Lncie River,
These tourist rates! from the northeast, at"New
River and on Biscayne -
west and all parts of the country will go LIKE CLOCK" (IYUT .1 I Bay. .-

into effectovernber 1st. Many of those J. ._ .:.
who formerly have been waiting until PLENTY OF MONEYs ..

after the first of the year for their south Davis Acetylene Gas Generator, i lost by failure to insure. The thing to OFFICES AT/Send. for land list. ... t

-, ern vacation have reported that they ask yourself is: "Can I afford to low my TITUSVILLE f
mean to go' early that they enjoy. ni Feeds muee or business?" If the answer is ye, ,

I, themselves and have more 'room than DOn INSURE. A BRUSH WITH SAVAGES i The j .

y when the hilt rush .starts. Hotel keepers r is a novelty. The higher the civilizationthe Alpine Cottage S
Lump. Ir the answer no, then come and have larger the number of brushes!!! in use. ,
kY have also stated that the prospects are us make you ay policy at once. It is the Judging by the demand here our customers Under the management of Mrs. Kate <

that the; s&son> will he heavy from the' Vi only safe way to avoid the risk which have reached a high state of refine Myers assisted by F. A. Lesley! '"

first;and for that reason many of the big may ruin you. We represent the best ment. Evt'ndav we sell more and more TITUSVILLE ;
Carbide FLA.
k hostelriep .ill probably be opened considerably I eountrr.and quickest settling companies in the of these t'Xct'ilt'lit .

earlier than in former II TOOTH BRUSHES. HAIK BRUSHES
years. I MORGAN & WALTON or Weekly Board. '
BRUSHES, (eta)
i House
Gas s
TITI-SULLE FLORIDA. Newly Furnished.
ABE VERY MODEST.. Perhaps the fine quality has had something -
., to dn with it-perhaps its the price.I Everything First Class.
There is a noticeable silence the part Anyway, all purchasers well Location ,
'' Yield EAST COAST MEAT MARKET are pleased. I. : Hopkins street, near Julia.LAPOSADA. "
; of Republican newspapers concerning the RED CROSS PHARMACY,

disclosures showing the absorption' :of o. P. DUIEI, Agent, TITUSVILLE. "

x', policy.holders' money by the Republican .

rr campaign funds. f Larger. Floda and J. L. MOBLEY A PLEASAHT FAKLT HOTEL

Louis F. Post, writing in The Public I. ,
St. Augustine
Acetylene the light of the future. It Florida
says,that this silence is "as grand in its has past the experimental stage. Over WesternHeats ,

c way as the grand old party itself," add. 100,000 generators in use in the United Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kal- and Convenient all to Union Depot t
; ing-"There is an air of modesty about State Cheaper than coal gas, electricityor somining. Staining, Finishing and Paper points of interest ': : i .,
y kerosene. Every generator guaranteedto Hanging, at the moet reasonable price Betntttully Located tag
them which, recalls the modesty of Open All tU-Teu l
consistent with
K work satisfactory. Use. for heating, good workmanship. ,
| : one Cable's. 'Cajan characters, who was cooking and illumination., RATES : I;_

W 'so modest he was almost, shy.' Nor are r' E.. W. AMSDEN Otkoxo of all Kinds Work anywhere on the East Coast $1.50 and 12.00 per day.

the manner I of the party a bit more os. Agent for the, East Coast, Specially solicited. Let me know what and Special rates to families j<

tent &iooI.' Observe, for. example, Corn -'Circulars and price list on application. TITUSVTLLE, FLORIDA. you want and get my estimate on it. permanent guests ::: ,"
I Prompt attention given to all work. Mrs. c. Oould Proprietress :

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: for ShippingImmature really good eating' :"' '. Governor Broward's Gigantic Task to It is well known of course that pretty The death rate in New Orleans this I *.

k Oranges. The citrus in the surrounding Drain the EvergladesThe hasn't been high.. It hasn't been s -
cop season
tJ* ,. 3v* .- ., much all the time there is a great deal of
_ From Fruitnutn'g. Guide.iHere ? country outside of Lakemont will be fever in New York any higher than it is in seasons when
;..*... ,- term "draining the Everglades"has typhoid especially in
; ia the other: ei. e.of. the story, quite a light one. In this particular section been used so frequently that many New York city. There is a great deal of there is no yellow fever. The inferenceis .

dealing'with' the. premature shipment of the deep-water lakes and high bills people have gained the impression that typhoid in all sections of the country from this that many of those who died .

:.i: and bitter saved us, in a measure, from the cold of where the from the fever would have died anyway- :
Florida as is drawn from
oranges;,green grass the Everglades and Lake Okeechobee are drinking water

aa gaL! ThIS phase of the situation'comes the past winter. one and the same, and that to drain sucha sources that are polluted by sewage. about the time they did, andthat-thecity- f

/rN from a power, np-todate. observant and Keep right after the :transportation great body of water as Lake Okeechobee During this year, however, there has has been exceptionally free from all diseases I'

idl the practice companies till they give us a' square deal been except yellow fever. Is it not safer ,
posted, who. deprecates would ruin the climate of the southern an unusual amount of the disease inNew

,;t;a>. harm( l to the states best interests, with Cuba. end of the peninsula of Florida. The factis York. The newspapers of New to live in New Orleans with her occasional -
efiorts in behalf in visitations of fever than to live in. i
bot who asserts that all the blame in thisEltotter Thanking your our says the Fort Myers Press, that the York city are commenting on the report yellow '

is not to be piled upon the grow- the past, I am, sincerely, Everglades are south' of the lake and below that the state health officer made to his i New York or Philadelphia or Chicago t

t(1 yarf 'ti ihoolders. A due share, he insists, j -- -. I, B i M. HAMPTOX.j it. To drain Lake Okeechobee it board at Albany a few days ago. It seems with their ever present typhoid fever? ,
ihould properly belong/ to the buyer him WILL PAY BACK THE PROFITS would be necessary to dig canals fifteen from that report that np to a few days

"" lf'whd7in his ,hurry to get the first |, or: twenty feet in depth, and this of; ago there had been this year as many as While the campaign orator may bee ,

:i-'t..Jq Floridaa-on,: the market-a. most dubious County Commissioners of Dade Will- course, would be impracticable. The most sixty thousand cases of typhoid fever in much In demand, be hag not yet been

jf.<;i';,.honora8... The- Guide' has so frequently ing to Hake Such Refund v that can be hoped for by Gov. Broward the state, and of these fully thirty thou- able to make his voice yield class the revenue -

:!-r t.r The commissioners of Dade
ship, jnis' fruit before it is fit for con- county lower this great lake (which covers an New York city. singer. t
; in accordance with the decree of .
'Iuroptron. But let our correspondent tell county, area of 1,200 square miles) permanentlyfrom The whole south has been alarmed by
.:I the supreme court, reversing the decision After all that has been said the shadiest -
iaown as follows: four to six feet. If this can be ac the presence of yellow fever in New Or-
q< ,tory, of Circuit Judge Minor S. Jones, in a kind of an insurance company
: 30, 1905. complished it will drain thousands of: leans this year and is still alarmed. In ,
,; 'Lakemont, Fla., Sep. suit for recovery of the total amounts expended gives a man a better chance for hi!?
acres of saw prase, lands on or about the fact the fever covers pretty nearly the en-
.: ;.Froitnian'a i Guide: I just want to give by the former commissioners in money than a bookmaker does.
article of the same level as the surface of the lake, and tire state, but there hasn't been one tenthas
yon the other Fide of your business transactions themselves
/ Florida among cause the Everglades; to dry up, except in many casts of fever in the whole of
23rd inrf entitled "A Warning to will back to the county the profits ;
//Z: from pay some of the deeper lagoons.The Louisiana as there have been cases of typhoid -
:-, ::0r ,Growers. Your accruing from such sales, which is the Quo Gold
nge be heed- Everglades can never be classed asa fever in New York, nor near as ana Bnotner
tax :my.vie!,is all 0. K., and should final decision of the supreme court. Commissioner sheet of water even in the wettest period many deaths.Of .
; don't give it all to the grower John Sewell, who was a memo
:';i ed., .Bo Meade of the year, and with the overflow of course the death rate in typhoid fever
instance I was in Fort of the former board, has stated that The first '
!'f. Take an ber season's cold !
; Lake Okeechobee turned into canals running is much less than in yellow fever. In : ; ;

.:Jf on the 23d inst. They were then starting or- he is ready to pay over to the county hie to ocean and gulf, and not only! carrying I the first named fever the mortality this may be slight-may yield 4'
two cars green sales to the
pack made upon county, .
IntoWand to profits off this overflow of the lake but also year has been about five per cent in New to but the ; '
beginning early treatment + -
of them just while member of the old board of commissioners
1::.Wge-.. some I took a the waters of the Everglades, the plan to York while the mortality from yellow
color. Of course and which amounts to $180. cold will
:!: .how a little hang on ,
drain several millions of acres would be fever, in New Orleans, has been about
io'task about it, when what was Mr. Sewell(further said that he believesthe
k them this fruit had accomplished. It is evident, however, to ten per cent. As a matter of fact the fever longer ; it will be more .
I learn that other members affected likewise will
my, surprise to in the make this gigantic plan a complete success cases in New Orleans are not nearly all troublesome too. U n ( \
early ,
the trees refund all such profits made by ,
; |-*U been' sold on But that not only one large canal must reported or at least were not until quite
delivered when ripe the county no trouble in to take chances
11. ( to be offered and will cause be cut into the St. Xucie river, but the recently. It is doubtful therefore, if the necessary :

,|r ffJLd: behold the buyer had fruit if I collecting the amounts. At the time of south canal would have to be opened into death rate has been as high as ten per on that second one. Scott's: ;

rX: them 25 cents a box more for this to these transactions, they were carried.on the gulf and several other large canals Emulsion is a preventive r

': they would ,clip it now rather than by the commissioners with a view to sav would have to be opened into the Atlantic cent.Yellow fever comes only occasionally: ,
considerable amount of :as well as a cure. Take.
'.lj'walt till riper. fruity ing the county a and the gul The ditches will have to but typhoid is always present in most ...
t:. a stunner for me! the money, and not with any intention of have capacity for carrying i water greater northern cities. Indeed, it isn't confined I ;i 1

Jrtbout full grown, so you his see fruit acting illegally. than that of the streams entering! the to the cities. It is safe to guess that there : !
for DII'S -
$ grower, was getting more In this case Weekly Weather Report. lake and pouring their volumes of water are twenty deaths from typhoid fever in EroULSmK ;

I>i, {.than Uhe bell it tilt ripe. the into the lane during the protracted rainy this country to every one from yellow ,
4l. 'thil individual grower be the rest of us 0 MBUREAU.JCPITEB season, to make a permanent success of fever. It wouldn't be surprising if the when colds abound anti ,.;..1 rvou'll

: loser at least. n would understand FLA... Oct. 10. 1905. the plan, and this appears to be the object figures were fifty to one. And yet yellow !. ':

J}: "i4 tbe end. But what I.can't oranges.. Comparative atatement of temperatures of Gov. Broward. fever creatrs terror wherever it ap- have no cold. Take

'fk.:.. what people want: .with green for them and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. when the cold is contracted '
more 1905 1904 Insomnia and Indlcettioa Cured.
cTbe boyer'W88 paYing to Core Corns and Bunions. and it checks
: MAX. KIN. MAX. MIH. How inflammation i ;
ripe DAT*
for I bad very attackof
bewould "Last year a' severe
rieD'than 78 87 75
4. 85 --1
'. YWe have had two or three week of hot 5. 85 78 66 77 indigestion. I could not sleep at night First Oak! the corn or bunion in warm heals the membranesof

But for two or three .* 6.86 75-85 76 and suffered most excruciating pains for water to soften it, then pare it down as | the throat and ,
.t; ',uct' the 27th 7. 85 72 86 75 closely as possible without drawing blood lungs >
::l c1I1 we base had showers. On 8. 85 71 91 70 three hours after each meal. I was trou- and apply Chamberlain's Pain Balin and drives the cold out. 1 '

1 deluJe, and more to come. 9. 83 74 84 72 bled this way for about three months twice daily rubbing vigorously for five '" ..: .
tInati: bid ,
it will have 10. 84 75 85 78 minutes at each application. A corn : "
what effect when I used Chamberlain's Stomach andLiver'Tablets Send for free Simple. .
-y ring rainfall for the week. 2.12 in. .
W.are. rot1etratG Total should be worn a few days to _
,...., 'ii" rainfall for the week minus 0.42 and received immediate plaster .4SCOTT"
Departure the shoe. As a general liniment '
fruit it from & BOWNE Chemists .
'..CLakelDOD' we have the best inches. rainfall alnce Jan. lit, 1905 plot relief," eaya John Dixon, Tullamore, Ontario for sprains braises! lameness and ,
-of i' for',he Bize'and numr L70 inches. Canada. For sale by ,Red Cross rheumatism Pain Balm is unequalled. 4W-4I5 Pearl street lew Jerk *t
.; 1'c1'b. > ot Gay place I know of. H. P.HA=DIN, Pharmacy For sale by Bed Cross Pharmacy. ?Oc. Gad 'I.00 AUb1tntats. sw
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:r f' {*"Clayton, ,.-84.0petol. New.vork, city t the such awful :ailments as; consumption.. ti .. ,
fr!.l ?national; secretary bf.;;ibeKTlniversity.: canter and y leprosy' '

_. 4 f1$.x ;$t33dp'iaeocfatlressponaible. .,for'',a. auy f c>iceeicn tstudentsot'hebl Biilldiaeaseaulgttgrat%- I'f "BUILDERS' :HARDWAREJPAlNTS': &.'OILSI I( _
; '' 1iJM.Jfi1 w, movemeQtJnthe1' '-' "" d recttonot, l ; I'I. i'"''',. ;i' .-.

In: the. e o_; ,. I "r.., :; :;;. is ":ii'"
4, Bible .tudyt;;tha* sdf: ; with open- 'I > !
monstrous,and even. blasphemous. I -
: -: .s ,i:}, s:'lag"at not the plan
j 1 'to"have become' could have been part iMun&. Palatable Potent Tat Good Da
_ a' :university..: It:.seems '
s.,. creatikw :&I ente fOf}the .,AeDl)emateken.Wak.aor0vlpetiStSiadS
olds s t Scrip 1
.jimost*; craze In both faculty and stu- ; > Beata pu belL. Write*r free sample,Ad book r (
"classes having tares' (becauseeven". in the curse Jet oa Jaea1th. Addrei*" 433 SANFORD FLORIDA
'dent.body more than,forty sage 1i
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: >alrnoa RBA CMpwy, Chicago or MM York. T
'" been' organised'b/students., .The 1 Adam Eve,in Gene-
;, ; >> pronounced on jind '

ir., k. !< football team ismerely falling In with- tfer there is bo 'bint Oat;they areto, be. IEEP .VOW ILOOD. CLEAN I
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r : f".;the popular,fad:if tbe.term. afflicted: wiib disease.: "Sorrow; for w. li'YY'4YYY11'r

i.f' .. Coach'Sweetlsid.: .seeing:in the movea. -1 i Eve" and,sorrow and good hard work A Chicago clergyman has organized -

''>. .mat an'opportunity.tonlatatain: duct" forAdam, are'theworst' ..features. r of the. In his- church' 4t society of "home.. memlers ffQUEEN
pline and ,curb< lmpetuoslty
A sentence of doom:pronounced 'on., the /* the object of which Is .to butt in
make'aew. .
tale before the
i 't t- ; mena
parents of the race. C when husband and wife are at 'outs.
over consented to the
1ft. __ 'Lseason_Is: readily OF SEA ROUTES
: t organization ofthfteam .into, a- class.' Thezeojoe.: say the cheerful Bible It is,. proverbial that such well. mean-

. The team's vote wu niaani 19UL. students, disease does not_belong_ to.the tug Intermeddlers generally hare heads
.' There! 'is no theological department in original scheme. Man created all his to mend. t

=-: ': .< the State nnivef tr. It lathe, head of' diseases himself, and man himself .

: the seducattonalisyetem' of.,the state, must get rid of them. What he took on Hall Caine's next book will deal,with

r. '* \\ ,. and'religion. Is hot a part of its,work.Bo ., he can shake, off and will. shake' off the great: commercial rulers of. the Merchants & Miners'Trans.? Co's |j" j
carried .
= 'far Is this that the university .
!;'" : when we are dviuzed. United: States. From the'pen of the ,
F T has been referred to as 'the Godless '
',. ;z l. : : ,' ,< --r; Correct, sanitation: true. hygienic man who' wrote '"The Christian" the : .
.4 college, ,
J .' _. :" system constantly improving I surgical STEAMSHIP LINES _
' "' w', .......T subject should receive full Justice. ;
; appliances new and marvelous discoveries .. .
It. }Vy.,;. ,, In medical science send vibrations -
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the St. Lovla of, relief from- physical Ills
level Feature For
'1 ;'.'- Bone'Show.. through. 'the'race'in ever widening'cir WITH. A LAME BACK? SAYAIINAIIBALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA. =

'i i i. At" the coming-SL LOuIs horse show ,

k :: ': 'In the Coliseum theweek-of Nov. to cles.Best of all as we become really civilized Kidney Trouble >Makes Ton Miserable. g_ _

: '. 14. inclusive,' citizens of fit Louis .will we.begin to gain a truer.estimate, .
Bt... .an idea of bow, :'a',genuine foxhunt Almost everybody who reads the newspapers -
have Direct
.. who of, the. Intimate. connection M between is sure to know of the wonderful Connections for : ...
; Buseh
looks. Mr. August A. ,
I "i
and with thiscomes -
mind and
body along
j Pt ; : has a pack of.more. than.thirty- splen.. 11! = Ii III cures made by Dr.
, the blessed knowledge that mind E Kilmer's Swamp-Root. .
" \ .., dilly trained fox bounds, will give an"yt is the master to 'a 'great degree The I the great kidney, liver Washington i York and Boston., "
; fl
ft : :, exhibition wlth'the dogs In the arena L and bladder remedy,

!," on one evening.during, the week, says limit of the,mastery of mind over body ,t It Is the great mefficaltriumphof _

.,. ,:, : the St. Louis Republic. 'Hurdles 'will no man can set ,It,will stretch further the'nine -

i : t';,:":','.. be erected"" .aroUDd' tile ring, and a.,huri' and further' the more we are civilized. \. teenth century; discovered Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations ji I

:; .. die..will be placed at the entrance gate Even now, In the midst of the hardest c scientific after research years of and cuisine unsurpassed. J!
j.f'. that when the',bounds are turned by -*' -*;
so \, kind of practical common sense life, Dr. Kilmer, the eminent '_

j :: -k. loose tbe pack will Jump over the hurdle the person who In fine scorn mentally --_. kidney and bladder SEND FOR BOOKLET. 'r _[ :If

; ,' is order to get Into the ring. puts down'IUgbt bodily ailments and specialist, and is ;

i j They will be >followed by a number braces and wonderfully successful In promptly curing lI 1
on, never.mindingthem
up goes
I i' i. 'of. gentlemen')1d .Including Mr. is--far healthier and happier than lame back kidney, bladder, uric acid troublesandBright's H. C. AVERT, Com'l Agent, Jacksontille. !
Disease which
::. Busch himself, all togged out with redcoats is the worst
( the one who gives down for a toe ache. form of trouble.Dr. .
p 'f,; and a full regulation.English foxhunting kidney J. C. WUITKEY;2d Y. P. & T.M., 1/.P. 'fI1IID. G. P.A., i
Kilmer's Swamp-Root is
costume. These gentlemenriders When we are civilized there will be'none not rec
i J ommended but if
. will be mounted on trained of the repulsive decrepitude of liver or bladder everything trouble it you will be found kidney GENERAL OFFICES, BALTIMORE, KD. .

;: hunters belonging to Mr. Busch and old age. Neither was that included in just the remedy you need. It has been tested 'u .

f t.;. the horses will take the various hurdles the curse. Men and women will live on in so many ways, In hospital work,in private ,

r. after the hounds making the circuit handsome and healthy to the end of practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase -

of the arena several times and relief and has proved so successful hi
I'i .i '', their days. Florida East Coast
that hIS Railway
' case special
': theaudience a very lifelike every arrangement
i''p It will be talk of physical been made by which all readers of this paper
ta of fox hunt las lit is '
f. a.
ailments :when'.w8 are civilized. who have sot already tried it; may have a

r. f. ., held in the country estates In England.. The man of sixty will no more go limp-' sample bottle sent free by mail, also'a book Y r
Local Time Card No. 62. Corrected 7
', 1915.
: This will be a feature never before telling more about Swamp-Root and how to to Sept. ,
tng about, puffy bulging and baldhead-
wttned"at Louis horse show
a St. find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
and"'will' be a great novelty, as very ed. pouring Into' the ears of a bored When writing mention reading this generous SOilTH-BOUND-REAO DOWN. NOITH.BOUMD-IEA& ur.

.few persons in St Louis have ever world,the tale.of his rheumatism. The offer hi this paper

'witnessed a real'fox hunt man of sixty will be as good as thirty, send your address Xo. 9flDaily 'No. 29' STATIONS No. 7'No.93l'

when,we are civilized. And ,ln that Dr. Kilmer& ., Daily, Dally Daily ia
hamton N. Y. --I -
iP- MOVING OF A TOWN. happy day the 200 pound woman will 5 00 P 940aLr, __'__'.JafksunvillP-it, 7 00 p s" a I 1
: regular fifty cent and HOMO*Swamp-Boot. SOT p V '8 ai" _-*i. JackwuuacSL .__ Ly, 6 Up' U a .
be ashamed to look her acquaintancesin dollar sizes are sold by all good druggista 61SpS53p 10 65 a", ___ Augustine...__._ ." t S aU 7 40 a I .
Iowa Village Will Be Pat om Wh*.U the face and tell them "I'm 11 31 al" ....____Ha,tlnK8_ .. _.._ 'u pi 6 a .
i' r sari J..r.*y .... Mile very Don't make any mistake but rememberthe _710p .11 so a 1" _.t_East palaika -----. i 4 31 p, 6 tit a

oellcaterSome! name. Swamp-root Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- 98. ss 12 11 p Ar .-.-..._ LYf; 10 pI 6 00 a c: 1
;- The town 'Emery. la., the aite'of' Boot and the address, Binghamton, N. Y., 64) p 11 3i a Lv ..._.............PaUUa_ .-- u: .00 U,_6 a3 a C

' the power plant of the Mason City.and Reasonable Advice.It on every bottle. --I 816 p 2 OO p Ar .,,_ __."an Mat-*_...___ 'Lr;' ____ ... I II
. .4 Clear Lake Electric railway,' will be EO p !0) a Lv _.__._,Ban. Mateo.__._ Arr---1 7 eo a I ,
advice -
be piece superfluous -
may a 750p II 3J pLv .. lII.ll'a LY 3 liT 6 W
moved -- --- a
wheels and III
picked up, put'on to urge people at this season of the yearto 99and 803 P JJ 47 p' .-...-.---BUJilldb ...-..---. ,S 4 I 6 34 a M
h to Mason City Ia, a distance of five lay in a supply Chamberlain's Cough: The Moal6'alaabk SIt of Yacht and Boat 8 10 p 12 65 p .....____Du t>nt.... 3 n PI I 29 ISUp I
BaiIdi.z Books ever Ptbliiked 1 24 ..._ _OrmonJ____ .. :
p J1ltp 4 59
few Mason
miles; in a weeks says a Remedy. It is almost sure to be needed 853 p 1 39: p ....,...._.......Paytna_...._._._ It S 00 P & 4T .1.1V
City dispatch. before winter is over, and much more RUDDERHOWTO Oi P 1 51 Pi, II ___Port Orange.___. 2O P 434k ,
The town has several hundred Inhabitants prompt and satisfactory results are obtained 92SpII a is p,Ar _. _.......few Smyrna..._ 2 30 P & 11. C 1.

BOOKSOver a''': : _. __._.__ ...._ ._
houses and when taken as soon as a cold is ) 21 3 44 pAr lAkeHelen. Lvi 1245j 610 P .t
many dwelling 10 39 a :3 56 _._.. Orange city,1/S3 ,
' contracted and before it has become settled Trains P
'. a number. of stores and shops, and all joco boats have been built from the lines 1045 a 4 00 PI" ?.:...Orange City Junction.._ 120p I is
these will be transported to Mason in the system, which can only be printed in these books-Successfully sailed in onTrains 935 P 2 ai pLv __-Jew Smyrna-........_... Lv 2211 P 4 06.. a n ;
done by keeping the remedy at hand. every clime and upon every sea-FuU detail 10 00 P 351 P ....._.......Oak H11TUusTllle...___ ,. \ 15& P 339 a p.
City. The power plant of the electric This remedy is so widely known and so how drawing make of all itT pans, showing what it i is and 10 39 p 330 pAr' ---- ---. Ie _!_i 6 p 100 a .

r railway will also be moved to Mason. altogether good that no one should hesitate to extremely simple. 900& ..* ?.*!?._,Ar ____ Sanford _.? ? LvlIU 011. 1000& fA'

Clt.. about buying it in preference to any HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $90 =::....:= JO W a,LTpir .-.-..-..... tmnt"N .....-......_ __-= 9 00 a e
II foot HOW tttbott Lrkeaay to baUd;frame all IB oonreep 10 39 3 SII Tit isvilto ,..__ Li115j
Il'is for sale Red Cross Phar- p --- 00 w
other. a
Many men will be required to do the by ; .-aa-a.i..r: cost for a Iwj to learn the butuiMi i in. Carson U18p1122p 403 P "'_" __'MCot OL_..._'__ It 123&p 211a

14 moving. The town of Emery is a comparatively I macy. HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA 413 P It ..---.- Rockledge ,1230, II 316 a -1
.___.__.Eall ....___. .. ,
and has fine boat far afternoon IaHnll or knocking about b 1153p 4 45 IIi : .6&lI1e. ? : 1165 a 144 a .
town a I .
ihoaJ Her Nat.wrr..fulhenver built croup or tn 454 ....-lteltinurne___ It
; 12 05 j n u
The corn of the United States Pi 11' a
ai I ai,
: crop rid full >au nj Hi'rtot boat .. 3
; rapid growth since the construction of | pn completed 1161 537 -..-Sebastian ....--_ 11 0' a:1161 a
4 for the present year is estimated at HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP 1 39 a"I 6 23 pl ..........._.St. LucleJFort ?__ II 11U U a' 13 00II ...
the electric railway.Wktavtoa" )(oar .....,...f1.1 ,.ein..u.bre! over dniriMii: a prig g 155 a1: 6 U p. II __ Herce..._....?_ f IV t 6 a,1153 P 3CO
2,716,000,000 bushels and may likely go Sinner in America,AsU and Autnlw, e",/ to build;aon C :2H a' 70ST1J 1'1" .....-.....-- Tlbbals --. : 9 34) a 1132
over that. If the American hog doesn'tlive to via .r 2 23 11.1 -- .. Ed" -...-._ .. I a6: P
1'. Name of Gerauia Skip. TO CUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH I 2 23 a 717 I'p ........?,..l"n6"D. ....-...?_. .. 921 alUl.t,,1113 p Is)
-a The North German Lloyd has departed In clover for the next six monthsit N Simple ard iimttinl,uowin? how to construct.Uaocl I 2 3t: .LI, 7 28 I'p --,!..?---. Stuart..--. .......' 1911! a,Ii 0& P ()
knUtoriuekiUiaiiyiiiotor. :..eOIlier plansHOW ( 3 OX A. 7 56 ? -..-.-....Hobe Sound_..._..._ i 8 U &' 1036
from its custom of calling a new will not ,be the fault of the agricul- TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA I 3 27 a' 811ft I'p II .._._..._West Jupiter. ........_. II U a11019 IIt P
r his 4 i">4 a' SI _. __West Palm .. '
monarch 744a
after European turist.
a ? I
ship or fine tuiUble al arwifl iur itlu Wit: bo t; good cbu; eaeetbscuter t 4 32 a' 914 .. ..._.... .._..&:yntnn. ...._._ .. I 120 a'; 94p 918 3
rs. BuffetSleep
family and will christen its latest leviathan I. ; 442 a 9 2* It --.....-....Delray.___ .. 710. 'Q.i p f:.
after the "Father of His Country Mother 5 37 a 1021 Fort Lauderdale .. I 14 al 813
cle er little sainj boat,wits; DicrJe,ale overbaa*tot : 5 4<> a, lit 30 PJ- -......-_?.. Danla ....._........... 6 ill al 8 ot p
," says the New York correspondent Who would keep their children in good 1IIIalI. il plan. Buffet 5 Sri a: 1042 p', ....._........_.Halland"le__.?._ .. 5 5e a T 5& VJGO
of the nttsburg Dispatch. Announcement health should watch for the first HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIEEasy 6 21 a. 1107 p. -...-.....-Leni n City......_.._. 3 4 at 729 .
of and them symptoms with to build;mnthmg rtrwghi;jiwt the craft for a bob 6 35 a 1115 p Ar .........._........ Miami..... .,._.._.. Lv;_3 2.i .1 T S"
j of the decision to call a 17,000 ton worms remove ko oegio With;caa be built very cheaply,ender sloop or cat ng -1-' 1I 1--
( vessel to be built the ashington was White's Cream Vermifuge. It is the chil HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHTA Dallaily; j Dt.1UMESTE.tD'ETEN5IUJ 7Suo.

made the other day. The construction dren's best tonic. It get digestion at compile detrnptioa of tow to build a model;oho liait .. I : I ; .
alitI.1 in sad oknraJel .
work so that their food does them good __ Sun

of the Washington has been begun at and and 8trori -...... ....... ...... .. ... '-'- i
they grow up healthy 800 a __ ..Lv, ::'Illam! .......- Ar ......_
,r the Tecklenburg shipyards Bremer. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy and Eau PRICE $1. EACH 10 3) a.1_...... ..r ...._...__Hom..llwad.._..-.._- Lv''........-. a 108 30 p p
han and she will be completed late Gallie Pharmacy, Latf Gallie, Fla. PREPAID BY EXPRESS ANYWHERE 1 I __

In 1907. It Is the first Instance hi Bound in cloth-Gold letterin {-Size of page .I "">o. 17; I I -

which a big line has used the name For Over Sixty Tears. 9 by i>inches-Large,ciearly-Jrawn plans.: No.Sun.23::\Min.o. 21'No Dally 19; Daily t.l: i :MtYPORT BIIANCII I No.Dally'taI\o SuII. N."t

., Washington. What was known as the Mrs. Winalows', Soothing Syrup has THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. Only : Only Sun. 1 01117 DIIIII Ii

Bremen line, of which the Ruger brothers been used for over sixty years by millionsof 9 Muniwr STMtr New YORK. u. S. ASend -1--1-1 i iS i- -'
; 2 00 p: 10 10 a, 6 00 p1! 20 a !I Lv ._._Ja<'ksoiirilleR Ar! T 45
were owners had a Washington mothers for their children while teething Tonal far'Cata lgII' of Books for 2 08 p 10 IS a 606" 2i a Ar ....So. JacksniiTl le_... Lvi T 31 a,12 8' 12 30 tJ 130 I
forty or more years ago with perfect success. It soothes the Yachtsman's Library. 2 40 p 10 50 a 6 40 p' 8 S9 a "' ._.?.Pablo Kcah__ I T 03 a' 1150 al GOp w-
45 : a. fi 4> J 0* .....Atlantic: ., I -
child softens the allays all 2 p T 00 a' !
gums, pain, race ? U is
I' .. i '
p11110 a' ,_ __ .
9 2J
3 00 al] 7 00 I.; j 6 U i 90P
cures wind colic, and is the best remedy I ai 1130 =::
For the Panama Caaal. -----
Staslaea --
For diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor ---' -
The isthmian canal commission has little sufferer immp KILLTHICOUCH PENINSULAR[ AXD OCCIDENTAL STaHSHIP I
awarded contract to the American CONNECTIONS AT
a giata in every part of the world. Twenty. ,_. .. MIAMI
Locomotive'company for 120 locomotives five cents a bottle. Be sari a and ask for AND CURE THE LUNGS -- ---- --

of the mogul type, says the New "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and Close Connection Made at :Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S.'Ca mpuy Far

i York' Times. One hundred of the locomotives take no otter k'nrl. WITH

.& will weigh sixty-four tons O.a.STOR.1A. Dr. King'sNew HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

Intended for the
c.ub'and.are handling
Bars tha thwlls Gotte
can used for excavating work on the Discovery Th-ea TIm Tables show the limes lit whl-h tMirs may be > '
cti' exnn t
Panama, while the remainder, weighing from the Bev r -tHilons.. but their nrrira "ro.-p.uture at the tlm 'TatnorlsttlUCon"jany to. arrlTe;< at and depart,
'"'b"he e"Jlun lb Jo .rHnJ delays"r rot"For .Doe 1Ualan"
to'be any '''
Ac% seventy tons each.,are ONSUMPTION Pries "ucell.1nChol'etrom

; for road service. All'of the.engines are FOR OUGHS and SOc 1&$1.00
; to have eight wheel tenders. 'Dellvedeson LOS Free, Trial Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

-t, December. the 100,and locomotives will not will be" completeduntil ,begin 'in liesR is coBah time s3ro Bold,, 1 arBgxutr.S Cwa. rise THROAT Surest and and Quickest LUNG Cure TROUB for ail "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

i next June; The value of the contract LES; or HONEY BAOX-

j.. is about $2.1)00,000. .I. .' J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agt., ST. AUOUSTINE. ,'i .
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;;'::;''''lib; X.t"1.' ,,.., ',.,,,,," <<(, ',:- success of this movement he attributes .
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-7;; =" "" ""' '' results have been disappointing .
,_.....""" ......, ',m 1\ewi",,Yolk'.: George but:thinks that this Is'due America.* He found only decadence Promotes Digestion.Cheerfu1- -
._... the in the Sunday sports and cheap amusements :- and Rest.Contains neither
't td._ iw"repUed to ;-questionuNt in part'to :the'heavy which ness f
:-'>tt oughtof,tbt action' oftYoelt cities were compelled to make the companies which make, little demand onferipus () ,Norphine mclrTmetat UNARCOTIC. t

:::::_ .;pttbijdi librarian in plac-' as' Indemnity for unexpired ( In attention. These, he said were NOT .

'i s': 14eelw'tap Y' 'thereatrtcted *
b1,' that' :the,extension of the 'lines.Into ontylng Orj Laughing In
no- :.districts; thus relieving:the congestion Dr. J. M. Buckley editor of the Christian a.rc+a 1k'SINTJJ.P1'CS.Jo // !
:'' paH tl 'oaf I'
?Araefjcalssurprised) '
of the centers 'of population* Advocate (Methodist), has aroused .. j
: llhtttgt''Cslmstocker is the Feat[ to.thls comes the lowering of the. considerable discussion in' the daily as rrad.SJiI.u.1MI !
. tel 't tatnding joke at the expense of I III ', !
; : well the religious his .
as by
fares so:as to favor the migration tthe'worklng press re- r
YtnltiY. ites Such'things.cons AooJ- "
.6 cent declaration that "a has "
classes. In German cities .m an.....w...
.:':;: > vletlon=\:of; the old ')world 2}; cents pays for a ride, and monthly no right to make his congregation ".", "-1- ,
';'1J !'Aaiis;aprovincial place, a '.
commutation tickets are sold for $1.50 laugh and to,do so is irreverence. .e '
.:' eD1 bite;:countrttown. civilization over one mile sections. In spite of the Episcopal Letter Criticised.The ; ; UseFor
: t Peraonaliy,. however, he.. .
e -
difficulties AperfectRefnedyforCollstipation :
) ,. more than four-fifths 'of the Rev Algernon S. Crapsey 'writing :
.i '' !-'' ''' .c. .mat- "
"'' ''' < no "'- Stotnach.Diarrhoea
.J' P"2"1if. "" cities ,Sour ,
; :It owning their own street railwaysare In the
\ ;; Outlook takes .s ue with therecent
; tense,of treating Worms.Convulsions.Feverish-
> operating them at a considerable pastoral letter of the Protestant O. .
.:=q:1.: ;w**tth'lndl"erener profit to'the social and financial welfare Episcopal bishops In which all mem ness andLoss OF.SLEEP. .
: a public and official "
,, of the entire community.. bers of the church who have lost "their, "
insult from .Andrew Defends Promoter hold her fundamental verities" '' of

.;'t r' w' people.the .American:! It.h.e .' Chancellor E. Benjamin Andrews of are urged upon'In the name of common honesty 'J4: Thirty Years

.. r t.' j /- bad the misfortune the University: of Nebraska In his ad- ,to "be silent or withdraw." Dr. .
dress at of the school that who
i to live here the opening yearspoke Crapsey says a clergyman
ffi < against the:popular hostility to- finds himself differing from the church

., '.. 'l property he supposes would his .ward t (wealthy. lIe,thought It In order should preach the truth as he sees it l .fi

"' / ,7 : to raise the direct.question'wheth- and leave to those who differ the question CAST.DRIA.
be confiscated by
t1 ,t ,5A < : er the business of associating with him. The Outlook _
'" ''' '
r'i T .some postal -
'. '-\:0' : : dShaw EXACT COFY OTWRAPPCa. _
< Is Indorses the
,t' Aeru. : ,\1 clal ;and ,himself promoter a editorially Crapsey. .

il;.mpdsoneIiu'a..'writer,of obscene, littnfaa.bejUies producer'or a view. THC CENTAUR, COMPANY. ,'.NEW TORN' CITf.l -
"* ; parasite, a boonor '- .: .: J
1 atttre "in a compar-
.;-c s4ttTe1. !,ftee::country'0. these things do ; a burden. Hen I SCIENTIFIC I
; ." .The 1 incident' Is only a 'ii, deems the current .

lpiyinpt!>>m ::.*tfY9 oft the'. domesticity of the worldtottolerate r all the wealthyas Yellow Fever Germ Found. Do You Want to Know All About the I
if no' criticism and suffer 'no the most dan- The Identification of the'yellow fever .

.;invtision'': 'kHe. declares unqualifiedly gerous sign of germ by Drs. Pothler, Hume Watson !

ttiatv'the ,one refuge, left in the world ..our times and and Court was announced at New Or- EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?
adds that when leans when refer-
for/- .'unbridled. license.. Is' the marriage diagnoses through _
sltl.te," any distinction is ence to the cell were successfully ac- .

: He: )hopes,that the many decent and made It' usually. complished.. It is the confident expectation Especially regarding Fruit Growing Trucking and .

honorable'citizens'.who are bewildered E. Benjamin Anfavors 'the idle of these scientists to follow up General Farming? If so, subscribe for the........... -
,t >scandalteedby.his utterances will drewaricn' M againstthe their discovery with a preventive for

allow .him to choose'.bis,own methods energetic and, creative. He disagrees the dread disease. FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER

P.:,,-r rfnotmatter.; breaking through the. very tough utterly with the opinion'that an Starr to Study Monkey Talk.
1 '. on honest millionaire never existed. or, ever
mwta' the human
that form consdenee. -
The question as to how far monkeys PRICE 25 CENTS PER ANNUM. '
; :: ."- Finally he:does not say thathis" can exist. The unpopularity of promoters have progressed toward forms of oral ISSUED ONCE A MONTH. SAMPLE COPY FREE.
-'> books cannot do"barm, to weak or is due to the fact that, they. are
communication Is now to be studied by ,
soonest but If the Americandtaracter Identified with all of the stock water-
.f. :people an American scientist in the heart of '
can't. stand that fire "there Ing and overcapitalization of the bad ,
: Africa. Frederick Starr, professor of
'!:'lI;.no'future for.America." His point trusts. Finally, the chancellor points anthropology in the University of Chicago -
;.1I tbft you cannot have s'n advance in oufth 1t in all of the great opportunities j
? has been given a year's Ifftve of
Amorality'"until you shake the prevailing for the creation of new wealth, absence and will be the guest of King John B. Stetson UniversityDE
sense 'and sufficlentcx such as electric railways, shipbuilding,
: of right ,wrong
Ndombe, who lives 1,100 miles froth
.0 .
..tq cx>mpel readjustment" forestry, etc., the professional promoter -
", the mouth of the Kongo. Professor LAND FLA
next that the has become a necessity for the rea- ,
became known day .
11t ,
Starr will also study the native African
ban yon the'.Shaw books In the ,New'York'free'tlibrary son that other people are too busy or races of that region. The people, however Affiliated With The University of Chicago .
bad been lifted. too apathetic to see or take advantageof
are far from the savage state.
;! The success,of "Man and Superman"4ttheHudsbntheater these things. He regards this craftas COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-The standards are those of the University of ChicsStetson's ;
F? ; ,New York, is "a necessary and benevolent prod- Moon Left Bed of Pacific. graduates receive their degrees from both Stetson and Chicago. .
uct of business evolution." Professor W. H. Pickering, the Harvard COLLEGE OF LAW Graduates of this College are admitted to practice law in Florida
t already _beyond that oa y.ot1\er.. without examination. '
astronomer, who has just re
"the. Shaw plays,. with Robert Loraine Leaves $5,000,000 to Charity. turned from a visit to the Hawaiian COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY Jlechanical Civil, Electrical Engineering and Manual
JI "the .leading role, the house being Over $5,000,000 ia made available to Training courses, leading to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipment:
::crowded,to the doors every night with charity, chiefly for the relief of sufferers Islands, says that the Hawaiian volcanoes COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all its branches. Book-keeping by beat method*. 1
are similar to those of the Elective in other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building.
peoPte' who' listen for e"eqline and from chronic incurable diseases, by courses open
"=laugh at 'every clever phrase. 1j hen the will of the late Baron Nathaniel moon; that is, of the engulfment va PKEPAK\TOIiY ACAUEMV-Graduates prepared to enter Harvard, Yale, Princeton
; riety. In a lecture at Honolulu he advanced Cornell, Michigan, Chicago and all first class Colleges.
Com- of'Vienna which
.i.owDth8IShi1w.letter' Anthony Rothschild was re-
1 the theory that when the moon NORMAL AND PRACTICE SCHOOL-1.Kindergarten in its own building :. Primaryand
.4-,stock asked innocently "Who Is ellt1y'probated in London. material was thrown off from the Grammar School in separate building. This School especially prepares Public School

-shiny_ Proctor Aids Consumptive left teachers. ,1
earth the space that was formedthe
'T'Hilll., Cain. Sees His Latest. Senator Proctor of Vermont notified bed of the Pacific ocean.A MUSIC SCHOOL-A of $10,000.00 pipe organ, a dozen pianos,separate building, large facultythorough
f : of "The ProdIgal the Vermont tuberculosis commission courses study.
The production
g ART SCHOOL-New studio. Costly casts,models etc. +
New York had already occurred Sept. 26 that he would devote $50,000to Judicious .
Son" at Inquiry.A '
('_ Stetson has a faculty of 48 professors and instructors. They hold from the University '
"":' when Its noted British author, the erection of a sanitarium for consumptives well known traveling man who visits Chicago Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Columbia University of Pennsylvania, Bryn
4UaU Caine, arrived. lIe said his object and $100,000 additional as the drug trade says he has often heard Mawr. BucknelL. University of Michigan Dennison and other Universities. There are over '
waS to assist in making the. endowment for the Institution. This druggists inquire of customers who asked 300000.00 in buildings and equipment;nearly a quarter million dollar endowment, an euJow- .
; ; 4 coming
ed library of 13,000 volumes a beautiful chapel with costly furnishings,including stained
he makes at the request of his over ; \,
the gift medicine whether it
and denied tfport for cough was ,
TR'play a success a glass windows. 7 oil paintings, a $10.000 00 pipe organ;a gymnasium with complete apparatus;
,that he came to make a study of the children and provides that the state wanted for a child or for an adult and if I an enclosed athletic field, running track tennis courts, baseball diamond and gridiron, be. ,
,i rt. American millionaire as the subject of may take possession of the institutionat for a child they almost invariably rel'Om-1 sides swimming, golf rowing and other sports; separate buildings for men and women; five ,
: :, American the discretion of'the trustees. mend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.The : large laboratories fir Chemistry, Physics, Bacteriology, Minerology and Biology; several + 1
:- his next book. He thought reason for this is that they know large museums and shops; electric lights, electric bells, steam heat, cement walks, shell f 1.* .
-anthors were better qualified for that Street Railway Men Aggrescive. there is no danger from it, and that it roads;broad avenues, spacious campus, shrubbery and trees;social literary, musical and other j ';
undertaking but he would rather write In his opening address to the 800 always cures. There is not the least dan students'club: star lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching. The location 1$ 1.;
: beautiful and healthful, and the low. 1 i
,? .the coming great American novel than delegates of the 'American Street Railway ger in giving it, and for coughs, colds and For catalogs, ,'iews. folders and expenses information are, address the President, j! .\ '-N
be president of the United States. He association, in session at Philadelphia croup it is unsurpassed. For sale by Red

admitted however, that his next novel President Ely won cheers of applause Cross Pharmacy LINCOLN; H1JLLEY, A. M., PI. D., DeLand, Fla, :
i 1
:' .yould deal with the subject of money. by his attack on'municipal own -- --- --' 's I
,)" trship and greater government regulation .

e. I INDUSTRIAL I Ely of spoke public of service the sweeping corporations.sentiment Mr. SBABARDAIRLIIvTR I. -t'

: In the WQst for municipal ownership I' Avers \j

devolved this associa-
;r ,Growth of Electric Industry. and said it upon
a That the number of electric power tion to make war on such false theo- RAIL'.ZTA it
reached'3,620 in this country ries. The name of the association was
if: plants had FOP'r
is the American Street and .
ft at the end of the fiscal year changed to For coughs, colds, bronchitis, .
7 shown by a census bulletin. Their Interurban Railway association. These Savannah Southern Pines I
; asthma weak throats weak Columbia 1
construction has cost $.>05,000,000, and railways now have an aggregate mile- ,

,j :;their annual Income Is $ :)jOO.f'5. The age of 30,187. operating 78,004 cars and I lungs, consumption, take Richmond Washington Baltimore.
.. t expense. 'ot operation was $i8.031,37o.! have gross earnings of $300,000,000 a Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. .t ; :.j;

fl! $,, $.*.', $75,000,000 Corn Crop. year. I CherryPectoral Philadelphia, New York ; -. }!!

The fanners of Kansas have begun I -l 1
harvesting a corn crop estimated as at I L RELIGIOUS TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY 4 !i

z: least 250,000,000 bushels, with a probability .' I ,

j 'of exceeding 275000000. At the Christianity's Eastern Spread. SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL
present price this crop will net $i5- I Professor Bloomfield of the Johns Always keep a bottle of it in ;

3 r 000,000. The farmers are said to be I. Hopkins university, who has just returned -! the house. We have been "

buying automobiles and modernizing from the oriental congress at ': saying this for 60 years, and MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT: 1 .

their homes at a rapid rate. Algiers, announces the discovery of sacred -: so have the doctors. ,"

manuscripts on. kid leather which "I have used Ayer' Cherry Pectoral In my :"'J

= I bad been used to repair old shoes short 1 in family the world for 40,lean..,It for ia all the throat best medicine and lung ONLY LINE <; !'

I SOCIOLOGICALOwiwr ly after the birth ,6f/phrlst These trouble HUB. J. K. SOBCROS8 Waltham,Mau.I Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eans. a l_
German scientists while F 'I:
found bv I
were 2\e..5Oe..It.oo.! j.c.AVER m"All
In Europe. delving in the ruins of a Turkestan drug Lowell. 91a-..
Ownership ,;g'-, for
i information and reservations call
8. Rowe of the lTnin'rSt city. The writing Is In Syrian characters For full sleeper on any seaboard agent, o: .
Profewor the first light how write to !
returned and throws
:4, }',:of Pennsylvania spending threes Christianity spread through Persia and TheLungsI A. 0. MACDONELL, S. C. BOYLSTON. Jr., x

, y.' .from Europe after of municipal own- the far east and how the legends and Asst. General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent. 1
: ,months lu the study entered Into the tally action of the bowels neces' i
Germany the facts of the Bible JACKSONVILLE FLA !
,r t v\UOIt ,of, the time In ary. Aid nature with Ayer's Pills. ,
religion \
about thirty oriental
*' .l.'. Dce: ::1Jt Germany' '

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""' ; ;; ". -. ,. f" hlkiwiorrldb4ackUse. nmeaere es.1 saaaaraaa..wzzrLa.z.k ___._ ,," > ., '-
a,-"?:':::>-.V ;:!/'Ci..'..,.-- f..z. ><. 'Ii f'T ffillTESINDIAN Paid up capitaL $ 25,000.00 :; ::-- :
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:ii-.r-;; I" Captain! : and, Mrs.! ,f8hajpe: .returned The weather is favorable for fall planting General Business. r '
ielS Banking
Por'ssoaclxltems :
: .$ 11ci$ lt I )[ from their summer outing in North Carolina ,:; and several ire taking advantage. w ; '- :: : .:-

.. '." that.line. Largest aDd Oldest J r .
i i! 'th Pit iatPteey tieek. on Friday afternoon.CapL'Schoonmaker along! .. z
.1 = .' Bank the Hirer. s:
\ ''' ,will move the i>9s, i Some of our neighbors who have been on

'f>; << .' <:. ., t' ,, office back to:the.old stand, in the town taking an bating the past summer are Exchange Bought and.Sold on AH ;
.r. t; RIVER2 RIPPLINGS returning. Mr. 0.N. Page, who has been Foreign Countries. t _
.. .. "
.. Patronage appreciated. Prompt service,
: <. : off on' 'long trip in with.
"- '''O'y" ",', :. .; ",",>. . Mrs, Nickols gave a pleasantdance a company polite treatment and every favor consistent l 1w ;, ,,. '- ; -
JE r '
his daughter Mrs. Nelson, and husband
Those with conservative banking'granted.
on Friday evening. present
t: :::, 'l/;:< : hint Tie .Stir CorrespondentS Find report a=very pleasant evening. ; ,t asj>-j just returned, looking well indeed *. CORRESPONDENTS: ,
: '. after journey of not less than 8.000 Empire Trust Company N Y., Florida ,
ffi. :;: of bterestto'Jrlte'lbolt. 4Mr. and Mrs.Adam Dixon gave a dance Bank &Trust Company JacksnnvilleFl& ,
x -'Jl<,.. ,' k miles, stopping here and there en route to *
@ to:the young people of GJcoa'and vicinityon
$f =
< .' '4 8w. and visit places, arid friends TITUSVILLE _.
o .: .s. Saturday evening ,
:, OAKHUX.' Mr. F, W. Munson and son Guy, after .. ,
v _
sx ,,IOt.'.,.y .; );::: .-...: Mh.; Edgar- Goodrich':'', home.from ,Mr. Petty's handsome houseboat is their rather long outing, seem much improved .to -: '
Mir. Charlie Smith the builder .
;;7tr;3 y,:- : StV Augustine. helping bis i lather pat ad completed. ; in health. PENNEY & BRANNING
the fine
deserves much credit
f' ttEr ditional rooms to,the newhon8e.. ; ,' ,- .. Indications at present are that there
i : ... '. ... ,.. : ;Congratulations to ',Mr. and Hn, L.' H. workmanship and finish. ,Mr. Fred AN. will be a goodly number of visitors to this r=/rr=/rEr Jr=Jr=J.Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr Jr Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=J 'p=r'-{
k ;t S. : .. Barker. on the advent of a-. baby girl,October dridge Is now doing i the painting.The section the coming winter. Preparations
-.t;;' ... .;: first. Tangerine oranges- will be
t'S;:. 'A 9;;,( ;",l' llth : are being made to that end.
from tbisweek.KOCKUDQ& j jr
f : shipped Courtenay The
'MreJ: Summerlin was called to Eau Clothiers
${: {i..I;.' : ; The rainfall in these parts has been Up-to-Date
the llinea of her
: Gallie last wftk1
$1 f: "" : ;, rather excessive yet at present none can
'1 1 : ; L, ..: /. daughter, Mra. J.E: : : Raolereon, and U n tMr. --. complain. .
1>-'' :<}.. ';.';:';r.f' ,.',, '_" :,J ".....'''.,o.'.", still' .with her" : :, and Mrs.' Ed.Boyle' of Somerville, The Rev. A. V. Hiscock, who has'been F-T Eee= rrrrrrrrrrr'
s: ':"f. '. Miaa Emmarine Mitchell,who.hau beep N. J.,.spent a 'few days of last week with ;
: t,1 :: : spending the past two or three weeks at Men's and Farnislierr
y few with Misa MamieTaylorVat'8hioh their eon, Mr James Boyle, returning to Boys
u r '. 4. spending a days ,
; ; (,' .: ';\,' ; DeLand for treatment epitheliomk under J Lratlb 'rtutNet --
,"f.k' ; -:--,..,- ..-,." ; ; returned to Eldora Sharpe on Friday, where they will make the X-ray process is home again, TITUSVILLE FLAB 6y,

!:} J 'fl' : ', '... ,.. ., .' ,yesterday with Mr.. Arthur'Wilkinson, their home.for the winter. supposed to, be much improved, if not == ; .
E '! tk :l" ',' arid Mr..H. A. Bummerall who were over Mr. and Mrs. Deyoe Sams and little .
; ," ,. fully cured of that trouble. '
.i' BROS
;: .' t: <; '." ? in Mr,Wilkinson's launchMrM. .. daughter, of Courtenay, with their large F SCHLOSS : _
i :.. ;.. #i S. ; : : Business seems to be regaining its ?'
M.Owe summoned. on boat, stopped at Rockledge on Wednesday Swell Ready-Hade Clothing >
; was
1' ) \::.._ : former activity since the summer' vacation
i.t 4 !:. the jory in DeLand this week,'arid Messrs.. last Mrs. Sams and daughter stop- season is nearly passed. $10 to $18

i tti1' ;,;; : '. John G, Pjall, :John,.Baxter and Jack ped over few days with her parent, Since our school board or school officials _
I =1 =1 =.I =.It=Jr=Jr=tr=J r=J c.::=!P.-
= ; 2 Mr. and'S.. J. Bower while Mr.
-. Jones were summoned aa witnesses. ,
(V j : ; seem puzzled in securing a competent
{{, ". :::;, The.shingle mill belonging* to Jamison Sama went to Eau Gallie_ for a load of teacher for this district, it, is now S S t, j. SCHWAB CLOTIIINQ'OO.ReadyMade' .

1: ". :: '. ,. Y and'Lu Gim Gong ia now completed and crate material. hoped one has been secured, pr 'can be, Clothing for Boys :.

} : ;:"f.k- : :, : ::, ., .' begins work Wednesday, Oct. llth. They Mrs Lipp and Mrs. Aldridge, of Cocoa, from our own district that will give satis- rn $1.50 tO $10 ,
i1 aU aizer
'l'- ; .: ;- ', tram-road ia finished* BO that the engine were visiting friends in Rockledge on faction to the patrons of our school, and S
'i ','. ham. =J. ='r Jr Jr=JJr=Jt=Jt=Jt=Jr=Jt=J! #.
0 k' ::, J can haul in blocks from the first Friday.Mr. save further trouble. or apparent anxietyto
s t/{ i'" t' mock but is to be continued farther ru A. S. Moore, of Merritt, WaR in our much perplexed school board. KNOX, STETSON andROUSER =

:.. j. f;:-1:< 'VN.H The engine house at the F. .E. C.. tank town',on Business, for .a short while on Capt.. J.. M. Rowley of West Palm HATS

j: :. } burned Saturday night, cause unknown, Tuesday. Beach, has engaged to remove the two '_ $1.50 to $0marr' '
: : Mis. J, E. Bettler left for
"; f \ and Mr. Horqe came from Augustine Wednesday twenty-five horse-power engines from the -

b-.-: .... ,:: ., .. and replaced the engine Monday. They Malabar where the serious illness of her houseboat Ni roil ha, at Miami, and carry =1 =1 = Jr=' JrPJ
1j: : 'Je: : "H. new house will be of iron, as this is the mother has called her. them to West Palm Beach, where.they EDWIN CLAPP'S and

:,}: f ;:. ''..'.' third house to be burned A carload of grapefruit will be shipped will be installed into a yacht 66x17 feet.which' CROSSETT'S FINE SHOES ;,
.\: : t The quickest housebuilding ever done this week by Mr. R. E. Mims and G. S. for *
he is building at place $3 to $6 50
,'. .. f.., in Oak Hill I was accomplished: week be- Hardee. pleasure purposes. The Nirodha will be
*'.: {orelastwhenMr..W.A.Goodrieh'snew Mrs. H. M. Lock hart and four children ..
(f supplied with two more powerful machines *
, J j' { house was built and the family moved from Frankfort, Mich.,arrived here of 60 horse-power each. She is Dios ni oa ca ii "QUEEN QUALITY"Fine -

? into it; between, sunrise and sunset Wednesday and it goes without saying owned by Messrs. Clements and Child, FineClothesMoXers Shoes for Ladles -

k There were twenty-eight men at work on that our genial merchant, Mr. Lockhart, wealthy Northerner who will have the 4Lnt urn rwvf $2.50 to $3.50'rI

' t t it, and twenty of them came from New and son Albert, are rejoicing. Mrs. Lock- new engines installed in' time to use the I
r= =Jr=J-TnIJtJ =t=lr=tr=lr=Jr=Jr=Jt=Jf'=Jt=JT=Jr- Jiii\ S IT
"'I i Smyrna, which waa very kind of them. hart is also a sister of Mrs. J. J. White
..' : boat in east coast waters the coming There brand are recognized leaders la .t'le.8& and floi.h. Sold only by leaden
. ,
k.t season.
Indigestion constipation. dyspepsia, BAD! GALUK. 1 TUB LARGEST UF-TO-DATK CLOTHING BOUSE ON EAST COAST Orl'LOlUD ,-
1 k ;- kidney and liver disorders and all stomach
,: .- troubles positively cured by using October 13th, and no gale. MELBOURNK.The Complete line of everything that men and boys wearWe '

.. .Holliater's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cts., Eau GalHe's streets are being put in beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. W. sell the best that money can bay .. _
tea or tablets. Ask druggist. order. T. Wells Green Gables has been j
your nicely
.: All goods marked in plain'figures, strictly one price to allMBIL .
;f Our merchants are preparing for a good repainted by Mr. N. Downey: and wiil

.' ..:. !, CITY POINT. winter's business. soon be ready for the return of its own ORDERS A. SPfOL&X..T: : ; ,
: y: :' ;: ( .Capt. and Mrs. Sharpe reached home Eau Gallie's treasury is reported to be :

'. on Friday, both looking much improved flush ers.Capt.. Sam. Martin's launch took a

; by their summer outing at Henderson ville .It is rumored that we will have a new number men last Tuesday from here to 'SCREENS: .11

-)" : and Indian Springs, but very glad to be grocery business in town in the near Sebastian to help open the inlet from In. .. :-t'

again on the Indian River. future. dian river to the ocean. .
_. ,
1 Mrs. B. G. Swanson otLaGrange, Ga., I The steamer Canaveral- returned from Grand View Cottage has been put in For doors and windows -
: has ,rented Mr. Cre son's cottage for the Lake Worth on Tuesday last. good repair under the management of

# ; winter season and expects to occupy- it Water is still at'a high point in the Eau Mr. G. S. Snedeker, and is now ready for covered with any wire... 2
early in November. Gallie river. its share of our winter visitors.

; Miss Grace "Nichols, who has been Winter services in St. John's will openon Mrs. Mary Plaits, of Fort Pierce, is aguest EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY- :

spending the summer with relatives in October 29th. The Rev. Millede of Mr. H. 0. Snedeker.Dr. CO":4

; : Connecticut; has returned to her home at. Walker will have charge of this parish, Geo. W. Holmes, of Sharpes, was Dealers I in Lumber and Builders' Material. :

Sharpe's. also Cocoa, Melbourne and Titusville. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Goode Eau Gallie Florida. ;:i
: The Rev. John Walker is expected tt E. F. Hatch is putting out celery on during his stay in Melbourne lately.Mr. .

City Point next week and will be the his Eau Gallie river property. E. R. Hedges is. putting the Peek J. E.WALKER. H. B. MACE. "'" ..j

L guest of Mr. Cresson. Mr. Walker, who Our school has very few vacant seats Cottage in first-class order, ready for Mr.

e S i im '-', ; will spend the winter on Indian River, for prospective pupils. ; and Mrs. John B. Lee, of Chicago, who. JOHN R. WALKER & CO,, !;

; announces a service in St. Mark's Church; The I. R. & L. W. Ice factory at Eau I intend to occupy it this winter.

Cpcoa, on Sunday morning, the 22d inst, Gallie. taxed to the full to supply the Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Goode celebratedthe -III Titu ville, Fla., ,4
: at 10:30, and in St. Gabriel's Titusville, *
demand for ice. thirty-sixth anniversary of their mar

i the same evening., Mr. Walker, who was Several of our fishermen left for pointson riage on October 4th, the following :1t

ordained in Jure, begins his ministerial the lower river this. week. members of their family coming home 1DRY GOODS

work with us, and comes to us a stranger.His Mr. Rogero and bride are spending the for the event: Mr. and Mra. Alex. J. .

father, Rev. Milledge Walker, who is week in Eau Gallie. Goode and eon Richard, Mr. and Mrs. C. '

well known and much loved, will follow The Eau Gallie Quartette will be reorganized M. Beaujean, Miss Jessie B., Mr:and Mrs.
in a few weeks, and the charge of the
#;' this month. Claude Edge and little son. IICLOTIIIIII.j 4

;:; : churches at Titusville, Cocoa, Eau Gallie Our young people are utilizing the I Ir. John Ferguson took a trip by
and Melbourne will be in their hands. moonlit .
nights by organizing sailing par- i. launch last Tuesday to Roseland.
'. Mr. W. A. Chauncey has withdrawn Mr. and; Mrs. C. M. Beaujean celebrated GENTS

'- I' from his connection with the general store ties.Capt. Bennett sold one of his houses their dauhter's-liss! Jt'8sle-birlh. FURNISHINGS

4 at this place, which will be exclusively this week. The captain will erect an- day on the 7th inst., and the following .

controlled and owned by Mr. George E. other at once. relatives were present: Mr. R. W. Beau '

Chester, with Lawrence Abney in charge.It C. C. Pingrey has leased one of his cottages jean, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Goode, Mr. and SHOES

r' is Mr. Chester's intention which be for the winter to parties from Mrs. A. J. Goode and son, Master Richard -

will be ably seconded by Lawrence, to Youngstown, Ohio.\ ; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Edge and son, ,

r : spare no effort to have a thoroughly first. Jack Ferguson is back again, and has Claude. Miss Jessie received a numberof

class up to-date store, keeping in stock been re-appointed harbor master. pretty presents. MILLINERY

'Si the very best the market. affords. Mrs. W. H. H. Gleason and family are The foundation is laid for a handsome

Mrs. Dunham and little girl are doing back from a summering in the north. cottage on Strawbridge avenue for Miss S ,

finely. Mrs. H. U. Hodgson is expected' in Eau Matilda Miday, of Canton, Ohio, who,
Mr. Henry Banks landed a 131 lbs. bass JJallie next week. The Misses Anna and with her mother and sisters, has spent FURNITURE

one day I last week, and lost one he esti Minnie Danforth, of Olean, N. Y., will several winters in Melbourne, where they

mated to weigh 40. accompany Mrs. Hodgson and spend the have a host of warm friends.
winter in Eau Gallie.P. ; =- <
A Daredevil Bide :
A. McMillan is again proprietor of Cheated Death. -
Often ends in a sad accident. To heal the Inn, and is making extensive improvements Kidney trouble often ends fatally, but We want your patronage.Our .

; accidental injuries use Bucklen'a Arnica to his by choosing the right medicine E. H. aim is
property. to please
Salve. "A deep wound in my foot, from YOU
an accident," writes Theodore Schuele, Capt. J. H. Andrews and Geo. E. Andrews Wolfe, of Bear Grove, Iowa, cheated
of Columbus 0., "caused me great pain. of Tibbals, Fla., are in Eau Gallie 1eath. He says: "Two years ago I had New, Up-to-Date Goods in
% Physicians were helpless, but Bucklen'g this week.It kidney trouble, which caused me great Line. every
Arnica Salve quickly healed it" Sooths
pain, suffering and anxiety but I took
and heals burns like magic. 2'sae. at Red
Cross Pharmacy. makes no difference how long you Electric Bitters, which effected complete Mail orders receive

have been tick, if you are troubled with core. I have also founl them of great prompt and
1, .yr" GASVTOR: :=b. indigestion, constipation, fiver and kid benefit in general debility and nerve careful attention.

Been the iM d Yal lrtIla/JP a tJI. ney troubles, Hoi lister's Rocky MountainTea trouble, and keep them constantly on
hand, since I find have "
they no equal.

! .- Qgutu*" your will druggist.make you veil. 35, cents.* Ask 50c.Red Cross Pharmacy guarantees them at JOHN} R. WALKER &: CO.. .Titusnille, Fla.


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