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 20, 1905


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


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

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

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


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r shoes'tv.m_\aDd fin&M&. A;: swell ;iilleasTlieyCoine.JidGoHAnERSOFSOME of a'ladies' shirt waist just rememberthatwe ,

y line of tadiea' shoe*,.alllstyles.and prices. have something entirely new and the ,

__ *r AG?/AND GOSSIP Oar yeider', in' Udtes'" .shoes,= ''QdeeaQoallty INTEREST styles are simply' handsome. INDUSTRY, AGRICULTURE: '.

;)nowigtheworld'ova. ; as- the-' If you need anything in the way of .4
best "%%f ladies' ready made top skirts,' made .

: : : Peoplethit .E very thing! rtrictly? ,up.,.to:,date. 'Hail Little, Happenings That Help Jo lake latest style materials, we can'please you, What is Being Done 'T i ands tie 'Des .

rLtftTflhi1dTb6ez orders. ,a specialty.., .\',.. '".. Up'thc'Weekly leispaper prices ranging from $2.50 to $10.00.. Yeiopmcnt of the Peninsula r' ,I :

Ptttrrtzr'4 Bsatcxtxo,' Ladies'tailor made coats in the up-to- B WBV .
The Clothiers and Furnishers,. -' ;date styles, we have them in three-quarr
!tarnished themtttdc ** *: \'.'Ladies' visiting cards, in shaded, Old' i Miami's city tax rate this year will be ;-

(04 teMe Ntbe'opeaboase Wedne ,,. TitnsvilleFla.-' .' English t at TDK:.STAR' office. The up-to- tens and full length, we assure you the 27 mills. fl' $a V ,
prices are more than right .
I date style.' The supreme court convened at Tallahassee -
ChurchNotice* Ladies' ready made underskirts, made
aftdoiother of Mr, R. R. Pylea isvery :Rev ,.John Walker ,will 'hold diine O>J. T. T. Wetmore has added a room of the best quality of ami silk with rut this week, and will remain in seas ""
sion several weeks.
';IwoBt... &ttgoetinewith: service in St. Gabriel's Episcopal church to his cottage, and expects soon to enclose flea and accordion pleated, flounce worth
of bs teoovery, 22.1 last h spacious yard with new tense! Dohu'a. livery and feed stable at New :
"*-" '" on Sonday., ..the at nightSt. 11.75, at a special price of f 1.19, black,
spent a day or so with his Andrew's Charch,Tort Pierce, 18th Mr. John C._Jones, of,Quay arrived If navy, pink white and royal. Smyrna was burned Friday. The horses H,,was Sunday 'after;.Trinliy Morning prayer, few days ago to join his wife and babies, We will also put on sale some brilliantine and vehicles were saved. .... .,

boaw from 'Miami by* illnees in his with,catchiainir; aiTlti a/m-. ,Litany and who are visiting with.relatives here for a in all the!latest shades including the Mrs. James Pope and baby, who have : '
Holy, .(,Oommonion,,:with. sermon,.at 11 week or, so. most popular colorings, in 44 inch, special been visiting Mrs B. B.,Pylea, (West '

'z 1 W cell : W ? n4toJth*" wfcdfapliy ,a. m. '- Rev. W, C. McCall, of Apopka, will price of 69 cents, $1.25 for this quality Palm. Beach, left Mondaymorning for I< .

2il'ol MiiTltdJYille Furniture company The Bishop's' appointments---Stuart, preach in the Baptist church on Sunday, would be a small price. their home at Americus, Ga.

4 wherein they,quote Monday,'October 23,at'6:30 p. m.; Wavesland4eneen ,the 22d, both morning and evening, at 11 Ladies' corsets, R. & G. tapering waist, The sixty-acre orange grove, known as '.

fonioroeof their leaders ,Tuesday- \ October 24, at 2:30p. and.7V.30. o'clock.Mr with garters attached, worth $1.25, special the'PicBett grove, near Bartow, has been e

.:;! !'J'J:7.: +JodeJon *;while here the first of the m.jTibbals-Eden,Wednesday,October ,'L C. Branning has "had a serious 98 cents. sold to eastern paries.for $50,000. It is

_I % M\.iJl1im: 1, ordered the'fall term 25, flit 10,.*..m.; Fort Pierce.Thursday: ,, time for the past two weeks with the Printed Manchester cambrics, ;suitable one of the finest grove properties in the G

iz f tti8sa It rooirVBrevard to be October 26 at 7:30 .- band for'children's dresses and shirt waists, state.
.,.. .. county p. m.Xaat. little finger of his right ; caused by
tat. -- handadme designs,yard wide, special 12} i The Benner
:i Jl.W. .MtU i'b 80th -- blood poisoning. 'Line schooner Edith and
: :CoastBailway Qire Bond, cents yard. f _
ohetl'. residence Will the per Mary arrived Miami Friday on its initial
In first
ig.: | t, 0:1RrP .flew, Mr. Hall returned the of
The $35,000 bond of the East Coast If you are in need of any outing flan- from New York.
'. iteevtfexYft t toomln j spin great week from Sebastian, and is at present trip Tlje schoonerwill
-4if..,. tf':, ". .2 ,.......Lfauaing;;]*: now np; and jt Railway. + company;as required by section working upon the tax roll of St. Lucie nel we no doubt have the. handsomest' in future ply between. ) these two
"-,',,'', fj. M".1: ;: ;;._ 5 of tlie'lct l the legislature for its goodfaith selections ever shown in Tituaville, including ports.
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.' -'?>!-t".F. in beginning\ of the pink,
1. -:;"", fine boot Capt. A.J.Canova, who recently movedhis
wijr \ boy weighing ten pounds buy four pairs,of Buster Brown t
CWiS V'Si* :W Key West extension of the road from the
_. Sftwefinenew organs. just re- made his at rival at the home of Mr. and will family! to Miami, has been appointed
1dL stockings on Monday we give a
'.1'i''- ,' 't...-----d'y !![ ... "_;...i.".IheJgd1a. : :: .:.Ri'Yet.Music. Hones, mainland of Florida to Key West, within and Mri: A.JP. Gruber Thursday of last child's school ,outfit consisting of you six I to the position of dockmaster for the Hotel
,. six months froni the of the
';;-f.-'i'}$>":,..._. .'r. *'F. _rmnd Organs are' the greats passage act week. Both mother_ and child are doing pieces. I I Royal Palm, and will have entire charge
>\!.'. .<" ,.. "oi'< """,,"" ",- ":."" '' .';;',ve '.reached the east granting the right! ofwy, was approvedand of the hotel fleet. .
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_ -.-' <::"'''''' i? ''N':1j' :; ,Mr. Charles Singleton is route from Fla. Mr. W,ILFaber,and bride are now the "'=4kgueets'of '
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.-Pri .-..!'. --' '" ...- '..' Eao.GaUi 4 e=Miami witha2'flehingfleet; ,- !Ii. and Mrs. A. F. Faber, of

loa $I1barma "The 'Eat V Coarf Ci., consisting of'a crew"of twelve men, four New Census of Brevard West Palm Beach. Next week they will i

-"";,. !.71:t..i-. ';,.;,,...! tbi'Rd.'.'Croea dmg'stor when St Augustine' -,Becnd.... boats and an iceboat. He will engage in The total population of Brevard county commence housekeeping at their pretty r.

fi 1st U;P Waugh 1eavet 'or,his new home Certain down 1the.east'coa have mackerel fishing in the vicinity of Miami according to the recent census just completed cottage in that place. '.

'. !.'.1id-! t ln\8oQtb. CaroUna. within the next few made assertions papers which might lead peopleto this season. is 3,646, of which 2,608 are whites Gus Peterson a fisherman of Jensen,
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Wi" and blacks. The total number
'mf think that the Florida ,Coast Line Prof. F. G. Schell, of Lake Butler, was 1,038 are wan found dead in his boat at Hooey's
: fi btiilo: j, Paddison and other citizens of of voters is 1,219, of which number 788
. : Canal and Transportation had in town from Sunday until Wednesday Cove, near that place, a few days ago.
"' s* JEau.Qallie> and vicinity hare cot an Inlet suspended operations on their company canal 8)8-1 afternoon looking after his ten-acre or- are whites and 331 are blacks. The for He bad several bruises about the head, f

lr *f froathe t Indian river, opposite Sebastian tem. Such is by no means the case. The ange grove in the Turnbull hammock. eign voters number 168. There are 1,138 and one eye had been knocked out., while

( '.k' ."!@r.ta the ocean, More than one bank two dredging machines on the Matanzaa He gave THE STAR office a pleasant call children of school age, between 6 and 21. the engine he had been running was spattered -
'y 1,""dred men,'atsisted in the work, and ex
"" : andHalifax divide Wednesday morning.Mrs. with blood. It is presumed that as
are good pro
iiW-ftf 'i.ttllent results.are expected. DESIRABLE REAL ESTATE he was subject to fits he fell on his en-
.: ,'. ><. L gress. As a matter of fact, they are only Nettie Feaster returned to Titus
<:; ,J"J x"X.B.t sRaulereon: C. F. Raulerson, C. gine and was instantly killed.
four miles apart at the present time. According ville the latter part of last week from
! to the statement of Superintendent Alabama, accompanied by her daughter, t
'?iJ'. .tOcoober;26tb aak Gov. Broward, .for a : Gleason, one machine I -alone ad- Mrs. T. W. Anderson. After spending OH THE EAST COAST OF FLORIDAFOR Granted Exclusive Franchise.At .

,> p thifter. for .the East Coast: Cattle' company vanced two thousand feet in solid work about week here it is their intention togo a special meeting of the town coun 44 -

; : the:capital stock of which will be during August, making an excavation 8 to Miami, where they will spend the SALE-West TitusvilJe property; I cil, held Thursday, October 12th, 1905,

1:1Y '.-50,000.. t.The principal place of business feet deep and 70 feet wide. At the pres. winter. : fine residence and tract of land, contain- with Aldermen D. B. Pntchard, W. S.

.r.:t 'will be Fort Pierce.M ing 21 acres, part of which is a fine mange Branning and J. R. Walker present the
ent of the should be
; -- .. rate progress cut Mr. George M. Dykes, wife and the throve; the residence is new and in per-
: 1 9Born to Rev, and Mrs..W. F. Allen, ol completed next spring. babies left Tuesday afternoon for Miami, fect condition throughout; residence con- rules were suspended and the following

"CUituwille\ last Sunday, 15th, at the home which place they expect to make their tains eleven rooms, exclusive of bath resolution read and passed: '
;:.: Social Circle Ga. Must Beapect the Court. room, pantry and china closet; hot and Resolved by the town council of the
; ,of the Iatter> parents, ,
K future home. Mr. Dykes and family have cold water in bathroom, kitchen and
llfr "vt'. i It/lk'bby gal: Both mother and baby Judge Minor S. Jones is determine4 spent over a year in Titusville, and made try; bathroom has sanitary closet; landry I pan- town of Titusville, that in order to secure

< .f i' .are:doing well,, Mr. Allen expects to that people attending court shall observe mauy friends here, who 'all regret to has sanitary closet and water facilities e. telephone system in said town, the said w -
Florida the latter pact of the ; water good and plentiful; barn 24x30 town council does hereby grant unto G. .,
4V J .leave for" courtesies usual at such places. Only a have them leave our town, but wish them
t: feet, new and up-to-date in all its arrangements L. Mandaville and his' the ex-
.U .fill his regular appoint- assigns
ok .week, reed few days ago Judge Jones was presidingat success in their new location.Mr. house adjoiningbarn

[Mr Caldwell, of Jasper, who has been the audience left their seats, made an little Miss Leona arrived home cement floor, also supplied with water; said town to erect and maintain a tele
+ daughter, ,
m in said for
grounds surrounding good phone system town spaceof ,
inexcusable disturbance
and in
in the Advocate office for sometime unseemly
: :.employed from New York Wednesday afternoon. cultivation shrubbery etc. an ideal win- i
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v, twenty years, provided said J. L.Mandaville '
\ put. was called home Sunday by leaving the court room,and then trampedon They have been away for about two ter home; must be seen to be appreciated; his

4:* i '* -the eewa that hw father had purchased a 'I.' the stairs outside. Judge Jones was of months, and the change of climaie seems a very decided bargain for some home six months, or from the assigns date,hereof shall within installa

controlling interess n the Jasper Printing course very angry at such a, proceeding. seeker.
to have been a beneficial one, especiallyso
'!.,. '.' CHAS. T. McCoy telephone system in said town.
4 E.. Company, and needed his services. Mr. He ordered Sheriff Frohock to arrest the to the little girl, who had such a serious f Titusville, Fla. Y

.1j:!' .3""' 'Dd.Mn., .., Caldwell and baby left Sunday offenders for contempt of court but the time with fever last summer.J. Killed By a High Dive.J. .
afternoon as his was required inV sheriff succeeded in catching'only six of FOR S.\LE-An old pioneer grove, one a
r.i; presence the Bailey Magruder, the stockman of mile river front, 290 acres land, 25; acres J. Dorsey, white, civilian employedat 3 V
They were
;i-f>I'}&': =Atlanta. the next day. among prom: Orlando, sent thirteen head of stock to in grove, in good condition, fine dwelling- the United States artillery post, Fort '

t .The recent heavy shipments mullets nent residents of Dade county, but that this place last Friday and Saturday. The wry best of land for celery farm. Three I DeSoto, lot his life by diving from the
down to fact did not make any difference to the crops of oranges would pay for the place. 1 i i.
.frpm :this place have dwindled judge, who imposed a fine of $5 each. man in charge sold several head at Sanford Will sell for less than value of improvements : top of a piledriver, nearly a hundred feet,

_x: # \'apout''the' average shipments, showing I This incident should not be allowed to on his way here. Sales at this place purchaser thereby gettinf land into Tampa bay Monday. Dorsey's body

\W ;;. that the nub of the season is passed. were rather slow, there being a very light free; better than homesteadinst; no lwurp. struck the water wi'h great force, and did ;
xs V About ,month hence the closed seasonfor" : pass unnoticed, for such occurrences are : trance; titles perfect; farming tool, ve- 't
.. ,a demand for horses and mules, but D. St. not reappear until several hours later : :,
and too common in many parts,of the state, hicles, blacksmith shop all go with place.W. 1
;. ; mullet &hlag'commences con Clair Nisbet, of Indianola, bought a horse, R. SANDEKS when it came to the surface am1 was dis !
due desire ,
show dis-
< perhaps not to a to
... 1 tinuee to the first:of' January. The l last and T. H. Sanders, of the same place, invested Indianola, Fla. covered. Dorsey's wife was among the c
respect, but purely through ignorance or
1' ., .legislature made ,.a few changes in the in a mule. witnesses: of his fatal leap.A 4- !
f;fiah lava of this state, and it will soon be thoughtlessness. FOR SALE-40 acres land with 6 acres
amendments willprove This week, DROP-HEAD Sewing Mach. young orange grove, choice varieties; good b%
whether the new Question of
.1 tested Locality.
NURSERY STOCK FOR SALE. NEW, warranted 10 years oak, 2250. location; 15 miles from Titusville; ,
f. F< effective during the' closed season. Citrus stock grown on high pine land. Belts, Needles, Oil, several other choicer properties east side The St. Louis Globe-Democrat (a Republican 4 '

;"r Indian Rivet Nurseries, established 1886. Bobbins, Oil Cans. of Indian river; good hunting. Address newspaper) made the sugg stioa '; k
:...; 1.; .-.W. HarperWhiskey strengthens you Send for catalogue, Toledo and West SECTIONAL Bookcases, a etarter, four "Grove," care Star office, Titusville, Fla. that "while Mr. Bryan is in the
.' K :and helps resist cold and disease better Palm Beach, Fla. sections, for $7 65. ,
:\ .than the doctor: try it. Sold by R. L. FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES. FOR SALE-General store, stock and Land he should not fail to locate the epot > 1 j

.E MoUow' and. F. A. Lesley.V HENRY BENKCKE-eUNS REPAIRED. Cbas. A. Gardner, Titusville, Florida. buildings good business; growing; little town competition on east; excellent coast-; where Judas got his thirty pieces of silver r

-M?;:%: -- DUCK. HUNTING.M,1 ,, to break. Every one carefully tested. New Piano Music. $8000. Address"Store," care this paper. Whereupon the editor of The Commoner 1'Jt. :

V L.Peacock,at Titnsville, is prepared Guns stocked. Leave your gun at Pritch- The following new music for November asks the Globe-Democrat the followin; t :

'_ ;. 'to take parties,oat for duck shooting at ard's hardware store.H.. BEXECKE has been received at Indian1 River Music TWO BARGAINS Nine acres in pointed question : "In the meantime ;
i.."". .reasonable rates Correspondence solicfled. Georgians, well located; river front; un-
".-'' .' Box 121, Titusville, Fla. House, Titusville: Bo-Peep, a charming improved. Three "forties" in one body, would it not be well for the Republican "ti' :

': o intermezzo Chauncey Haines; fronting/< east side of Indian river, township national committee to return to the policyholders fi
'i r (AUTO 8PABKEB FOB SALE. FOR SALE CHEAP fOB CASH. Foolishness, a fine march and two-step, 32, range 40;good land, unimproved.F. i of the New York Life Insurance ; .i.j J

A 'magneto that needs no batteries. About 88 acres of good high land on by the well-known writer C. A. Grimm I W. Mi'Xsox company the 148,000 pieces of silver t
.'rk' Brand new, and will be sold at wholesale. the east or ocean side of the Indian river Georgiana, Fla. I' '
$ Mexicana, vivacious novelette, by Percy already located by the testimony of John
$ ::$>rice:' Inquire at THE STAB office. at the Narrows, described as follows: Lot f
$'" .."' No. 3, section 35, also lot No.. 3, section Wenricb. We have no hesitation in say FOR SALE-The southwest } of southwest : :1 A. McCall r v.
1' : t$,: :BlACKSMITHSHOP.Don't > ; 36 in township 31 sooth, range 39 east, ing that these are the finest new selections }, section 23, and the northwest ] ol f: '

forget I do all kinds of blackjrmith This land is unimproved but finely located. put out this year. Regular list priceis northwest J, section 26, township 21,:1 Call at Titusville Livery at rear ofRobbins' .
; =aad work, horse shoeing For further particulars address range 34 east, containing 80 acres. law office: for {stylish rigs
50 cents each; we send them poet-paid MBS. MATILDA PETEKSOX, Leave orders for hauling both .
'f.J'?'Mvand: repairing. Call and see me. E. M. Low, your dou-
/r-1 }!- .gun- j.: DEi. "1S',.Tttnsvdle, Fla. Brockton, Mass. at half price to introduce. them-25 cents. StockholmVia.. 1 ble and single. J. 31. Cuban, proprietor. ,

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ndeirate. ra.., lbe' bserver."" happened ., out of' date., "jSack.e atwIU- ..bbizttuiied .:

t '.turn ..Ma' back. .ooffcl- protectorate. three' affairs.but right. down,
frow : oQ dai: Down on Cjrfd Stream,town-. the sttn line in/the '"

BiiU'ox; ship"'a.: p rt-.olc of'appearecLHe, t> ck' and,:you 'bet,

W.iIey'&L aMzcoIIectr went to:,the ,Somerset':county, charts,: air .hemmed up' 'fQ ,

ye1ezk mu tarer; Jobu ir!ldi"'are here because of,toe proximity heavy :'around the ,. ,
r s1ter Lt a4tritGhard. 'of the county to_the station.Coi .- edgeS: -:,1e.
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: rlie oraaeato :? Paoes rst asd&y each. goath.W the,!obs rrfr; :*On; Bin 'Halnea like' "trouserarwere" ; jji; : .

.. .1 land,'too, five miles below'the damon last season : If the.. .. '

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OFYILDPenneYthfr: throw" of the."Alison bill tote. road;; who ,Is always' so ; '
.ywcoqityjadzeD.L oauIdeu2tua. close'to.watenwta4 bard west.., 'Gin-. on.'tbelOtttof -. i
prompt .
k %- TVvflle- ,_poeecutinf- attorney* -- UMA.; A, H"f..StoiiwtnS11 : ger! "Got:to, save Burs timber 'or he the, month has I "

: iSciJ iMuhinE&u O&flIe morLW.EiU, may"not have 'enongh'to land the governorship time:' to do' It .-it -ti :

4' .TitusvilIe tzeouecbJohn H ory.T- In 190& might be well to request -
Te, twasuwr ,> AteIephonecaU was sentto; Green-. :
; inperintendeiit pablk..instruction -J,0.Fr1Mflt1Ivfflecounty the that the' trouser -
down Inmber line.
rllle and flashed
J. P.iBNwLT1taIynIc8hcrif be cut ti
lamjof; '' leg so
w. 8. NoTWOOd, In three boors a
At jTitasrffle,iegitioo&ee7; fighters were' surrounding the blaze.. .ipontheshoe.> .'

Bald Hatnes afterward .. ,
: .
Conkf 1i called '
COUNTY c v1ITfT0N a-a Ai What J -
t ling.uuui c&ranW. L )Va1kerTi. "'Is nightmare of Bill' Lannigan'shas "silt piping" iibewmz: IMPELS ATO; El

: toarffle Joha B. Mehdiz.noIa-J.P. proved a godsend to timber. land' flig" dictated for CONSPICUOUS i :
"Wooten.Cocoa;T3.osiutt, LaGrange owners. That fire on -my property on 8TITCHISO- :
seajions an held first Monday in evening waistcoats.
4; ; Cold.Stream the otherday under the
&ehinontb. Cutaway 'business suits have wide ,. i;?
J1! old plan would have cost me $20,000 In,
: loss 'of timber. Squaw mountain .ohservatory lapels and conspicuous stitching like : '}.it 1;'? -

SPYING:" FORESTFIRES made It possible for me to granpa.used towear., ; ;)
Dark gray, with a satin strip. Is a } ,
.. get out of It with the loss. of about
: necktie that you are told to purchase
three Acres. !
f. for dinner jacket-wear. But don't do
Squaw mountain has thirty-six alarmsto i '
4: Maine. :J4a 's Plan, to: Locate her'cled1t.. In no Instance did the }It: The ,clerk 1% wrong. Black or .'l
it stand It has been < ,
white let
; good [
control of thewarden's
blaze get beyond the
Them From'Mo 'nfain
:Tops.BEOTIOHS men and in every case the these many years. Evening suits are ; :>

-.' '., fire fighters got on the scene the same not proper for afternoon wear excepton
occasions when the wearer Is obviously -
the alarm went In.
homeward bent. I"
Attean mountain observer his thirteen .

flickers to his credit, and In every Colored socks are done up In neat .
Wkra Instance the fighters the scene packages and are tossed over back '
-: Ftra Is DlocoVered Warden ofOLitrict were on "
--- : In less than three hours. Mount Bige- yard fences by I '
; I I. TTotlfled and He low observer has several fires on his all swell dress 'I
Plre, Ffcht e" There-* Sy" _
list, and all have been handled with er Long lines, r
tea o'f, Protection Employed 'Ia :
little loss to landowners.Some of fast blacks, .
1 ,Maine Has ProVd It* Valat.f. with modest 1

Squaw Mountain obrvatory, in Seasonable Advice. \ c fancy trimmingsin SOLO AND RECOMMENDED BY
It be a piece superfluous advice white, endur- -
Maine,. has necessity at, a may nED CROSS PHABMiCY TITUS7ILLE. and EAU GILLIE PHARMACY EAU 1tLI& --
- to urge people at this season of the yearto able, but not ad- ,
: very small cost, says a Portland (Me.) lay in a sllpplyofChambtrlain's Cough DEBBT HAT WILL HAVE visable, are ree- t _

: dispatch to the New York 'Heraldl Remedy. It is almost sure to be needed l.T1'LEnoA'rTERBBDL ommended for

From It':watchmen catch the first flicker before winkr is over, and much more those who like to 'look well In street SouthernRailway.EFFPCTIVE :

1* a/- of a forest ,fire, and, telephoning prompt',and satisfactory results are obtained cars which have seats running length- .
when taken as soon as a cold is
r the news to the chief fire warden contracted,and before it has become settled wise. AUG._6. 1905.

snuff the flicker before It has destroyed in the system "which can only be The derby hat holds its own. The NO 30 Xo 3-t o S
: much more than an acre of timber. done by keeping? the remedy at hand. brim Is a little flatter than it was in : Daily.: Between Jacksonville ad x.,,. York. j1 _' Daily.

: -There: are three observatories In the This remedy is so widely known and so spring blocks. 75pT____ 910 a Lv JacmDville, Fla.So. Ry. Ar. 9 29tDally. 820p : -
: lumber district:,. which are the realization -1 I altogether good that no one should hesi. The latest understanding In shoes involves 12 15 a ...___ 120 P Lv.Sayannah.Ga.-----------So. Ry Ar. 4 -__ 4 t3 p
: of the dreams of William J. Lan tate about buying it in preference to any a more pointed toe and a little 955 a-_______ 10 20 P Ar.Chalotte, N. .__._____ Hy. Lv. 9 M __._ S 33 a1
other. It is for sale by Red Cross Phar- ; Ar. Rich ond. ya.- Lv. -I23OpJ..ll3Op- -
:; nlgan lumber prospector of Water- heavier soles with laces or buttons. as :

I Tille. Theobservatories, are located on _ you please, and! with calf or patent a Ar. WashlDgton, D. .,___._. Ry Lv. 1O51a._._ 95Op
macy.DRESS 642pL--------i-a Ar. Baltimore, )fd.-----F. R. R Ly. 6 12 a ..._ 822Jp
HINTS FOR MEN. and dic
L Squaw, Bigelow and Attean mountains. leather, as your purse corns' Pj- p Ar. Philjjdelphilt PL __ _,_Po R. R Ly. 335 a-._..,.__ 555 P
k- .. The former mountain Is at the foot of tate. _ _ .- .- p &r.NewYorkN.Y.------P.R.RLv. 1210a------- 32p
Aatama Fashion a* View*! by a
44_ Moosehead lake and rises nearly,4,000 Cures Winter Cough
feet above the sea level Attean mountain CartoonUt. Nos. 33 and M-.New York and Florida Express." Daily Pullman Drawing BoomDaily
What the tailor man has up his J. E. Graver 101 N. Main St.;, Ottawa, Slet'pingCar between Jacksonville and New York. ,
EIw is In Attean township of the Kans writes: "Every fall it has been my Noa. 29 and "Washington and Florida Limited." Pullman Drawing BooN
14i; Moose river valley, about fifteen miles sleeve in the line of fall fashions for wife'troubie to catch a severe cold, and Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. :

I ,. west of Jackman and overlooking the men will surprise the dudes and dan- therefore to coueh all winter long. Last :No 30 j\o.29.DaI
divide between Moose and Dear rivers. dies who are Just now worrying about fall I !got: her a bottle of Horehound Syr- : Y. Through"The Land 01 the Sky." Dally.

k1 Bigelow mountain Is .hi the Dead river I the cut, of, their fall coats dontcher- np. She used it and has been able to sleep 155 p Lv. Jacksonville .,----_____._______.___.___"___..-__.. Hr. J.r. I 9 ro,&
valley.Mr. know, says the 'New York correspond- soundly all night long. Whenever the 1215 a Lv. Savannah Ga..-,-__________..______________.______._.- Ry. M. jiO &
Lannlgan'C- knows the northwestern rough troubles her two or three doses 600 a Ar. Columbia, S. C.,_-..------___--__--__...:___.________..__.. Ry. L... 1 13 a
of PDt of the Plttsburg Press. stops the cough and she is able to he up 150 pAr. Asheville N.C.,__________.._______.__.-___-__________ By. Lr.. 41$ p ;. -
section Maine well
as as any The chap who bought a paddock topcoat and well." 25c, 50c and f 1.00 Sold by 231 p Ar. Hot Springs, S.c.,_____:.________:..._______________....Mo. By. Lv 12 4.1 a
: r:: man living. He knows how forest last heave of Red Cross Pharmacy and Eau Gallic 600 pAr. Knoxville, ..___________________________...-....__ Ry. Ly. 933 aS
fires'start and bow they progress until season can a sigh Pharmacy, Eau GaBle, Fla. 15 a Ar. Cincinnati, Ohio_____.__________..___________________-Q. &c. Lv 81'1.
they cover townships and lay'waste to relief. The paddock coat, whether you
--- Nos.29 and 30-Pullman
and Buffet
Drawinglloom Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and
ever see a race horse or not, will be au
Lt millions of good He last '
money. year St Louis, daily .fe.Kos.wana.n .
-. began correspondence with timber landowners fait Let Joy be unrestrained, for it .

L over the proposition to build will be more than that-the' hot prevailing CASTORIAFor No. 13 Between Jacksonville and the Xorlh and We.t. No..I'' .

: observatories on the mountains. fashion throb.It I-
Infants and Children. ::::__ 745 P Lv Jacksonville, So. By----------------------------A,. -9 33 -.
;'' His plan was to build camps and will be the same proposition Involving I ______' 300 a Ar. Macon, So. Ry_____________.__u____.......--Lv. 2 13 a!-_-__
structures on the mountain tops where a tight, fitting waist and a lily The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears _______ 520 a Ar. Atlanta, SOR"'__________ -..-------______ 11..n P._____
<: men could remain with comfort during ------- 945 a Ar. Chattanooga, So. Ry-----------------------------L. i 15 pL __
the dry season. From these stations, flaring skirt, all open down the back theSignature ______-_ 740 p Ar Cincinnati Queen & _________________ 830 _1______
: by telephone fire wardens would be just as it is In front, with nicely stitched ==. 840 P Lv.Cincinnati, Bg! Four Route.-----_________Lv. 710 a'==-:-

able to learn of the location of fires seams running up and down the ofNOTICE _______ 7 10 a Ar. Chicago: Big Four _--______________ 830 pj____'

back like fleur de not =::= 835 P Lv.L'incinnati. P nn. _____________.._____-._ v ... ail -
a Its only as ------
many hours before the information -,- --------7 10 a .\ lcago, P t'nn. lDes-' ____ ____ ____ .____Lv. 840 p,1r. ____
\ could be obtained in the old way of pretty. OF ELECTION' ::::J-I p Lv. Cincinnati, C. H. & D.-Mouou-------------JAi 74Oa 1 1I .....

waiting until the sun was darkened by There will be those corking dapper --- :::= I 723 a :\r. uago." C. H & D.- ___-..___________ 902 p f_____-

clouds! of smoke. lapels to the slanting side pockets .and Mayor's Proclamation of Annual Electionfor ::::: P Lv. Cincinnati, C. H. &: D.- Iich.l' nt________..;... r. 700 a'
Mr. Lannlgan received little encour- cuffs enormous and flaring enough toTHE the Town of Tituaville. _______ 5 20 a Ar:Toledo C. H. & D.-Icb.! ('cut----------- 1140 pi:::::

agement at first, but after, the state An election is hereby ordered to be held at :.::.::.:.:::: 725 a AT. Ietroit _C. H. & -Mich.. Ccnt------------Lv. 1000 p! "-
had decided to appoint fire wardens the court house in Titusville\ Brevard county, ----___ 830 P Lv. Cincinnati, Penn Linl --________--________ 630.1-
555 a M. Pittsburg. Penn. Lines------------__________ ==
't.: Mr. Lannigan went after the timberland Florida, on Monday,the 23rd day of October, ==== Lv 8 15 p!
1905, between the hours of 8 a. m. and 6 p. m. ------- 930 p: Lv. Cincinnati, Big Four--------------------------A ==
;T owners again with better success. to elect- ------- 6 45 a Ar. Cleveland, Big Four--------.---___- Lv 650-1
-- -
4-:: In May of this year the three stations A Mayor == 530 P I Lv. Lexington, So. fly-A.- ----- 1043 P a-

were established and the last of June A Marshal and Collector of Taxes, ------- 81 pi Ar. Louisville: So. --------------______________ 7.tO a''______
..r* saw a man at each station. The observer r j I An A Clerk Assessor aud of Treasurer Taxes, __n___- 732ai I Ar.St.Louis. So. Ry___________________________ _Lv. _1010p1 1______
# is supplied with Instruments. '- Three Aldermen to two ''
serve "
years. me Florida
!tAY7if" Limited. Daily Solid Vestibule Train.
Through Day
, charts and range finders. The following persons are appointed judges Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati.
: ofsaid election: A. J.Sembler, M. E. English, ,
As the artillery officer maps out effective ; ;
.' \ .. Charles Fulton; Will II. Hall. clerk of elec-
: zones. In circles and squares fti b IL tion. E. E. EOLLIXS, No. 5 No. 13 i Between Jacksonville and Kansas CIty. I s.. Ii 6
so does the fire warden map out the a' I Mayor.
section he Is to protect. As the artillery J 1 Titusville,Fla., Sept. lath 1905. Ar. Atlanta, Ga., Fla, So.So.Ry Ry---------\r.___ I g a r"-.
2--------f ------
---- 11150
: officer drops a shell here and thereby -- Ar Birmingham, Ala. o. ----------________-____ I 405 p --
the use of his range finder. so does they 1fl: 1 4 JI ., al Ar. .!emphl Tenn.. -_________.____________ i p a --
....... Ar.kansasCityMo., Frisco_________- Lv. 1------
observer square the section and locate : iJ I :L3)/ The .. -------------- 630 pNos. I------

: a fire. w ,. farmersgardenerseverywhere"y"4 13 and It-'The Florida Limited." Daily.

r The observer, on Squaw mountain' % % \j EXCELLENT DINING CAK SERVICE.J. .
place confidence in Ferry'sSeeds .
has a range to the north of more than I 1.w. 1111t > C.tUSK,District Passenger Agent 108 West
-the kind that never falL Bay Street,Jackson ille Fl..
u,... sixty: miles. while to the east and west : :- +p.-: .. : :x.:. yr C. H.ACKERT.G.M. W. H.TAYLOE.G. P.A.

it is forty miles. Recently he discovered FERRYSSEEDS! Ia S. H. HARDWICK.P.T.1\[. BROOKS MORGAN.A. G. P.A.
;: a fire thirty-five miles away and reported -- -- - --.-

to the chief warden. Something

-'. after this style was the message he tel- I
;_ ephoned: 4 V4 havebeenthestand&rdfor49yeus.They !
L ,' The j1oit1t9
"Fire 15 are not an exprnment.
on starting at Tobey'scamp 1
Bold by all dealers. 1005 Seed ,
ir ; wind north of west; smoke not ; 1: : Auiinal free for tbeakingD.M.FERRY&CO. .

_<, bigger: than a bushel basket.
: The chief warden opened,his charts Detroit Mich.
* t found "15" and Tobey's camp picked .. "The Motor that Motes"

.c out' the shortest route- to the scene, _
I ...
_L'. "I 1-
: | |-l-| >u 1-> -fc
sent fire fighters frontrand when
F: night fell they had the fire ditched and EXPERIENCEDESIGNS 'Li- I Simple Reliable, Durable

.. ; : harmless. The chief warden says the --- Guaranteed to
-- run
.c- observer: had located the starting point
1:. wHhin, thirty rods. At that distance PADDOCK COAT WILL BE At' FAIT. aud give satisfaction
i Makes
.;; 4 : west of Tobey's camp were found the catch all the railroad dust and street (_ motor-boatiug a pleasure)

ruins of a campfire, and the forest railroad grease that any one could desire J Makes "
blaze was traced as starting from that I ii
2 not to mention dainty morsels: profits
point. from quick lunch counters and that TRADE MARKS Study
Sullivan Newton of Jackman Is chief I our methods of construction
nice white stain which is often found COPYRIGHTS Ac. t'
: fire warden for the Moose river valley. on waistcoats that flourish under carmine Anyone lending a sketch and description ma y and you will discover why
quickly ascertain oar opinion free whether
l E. P. TIles of Showhegan la the chief noses. The shoulders must be invention Is probably patentable. Commnnlca. "THE

:i fire warden of the Dead river valley, padded as square as a dice, and COlON sent$free.*:Oldest confidential agency for Handbook ecuuiig.on..patents.Patents BRIDGEPORT" I is a j
and his man on top of Mount-Bigelow run Patents taken lhroullh Munn ct co. receive ,
from tame Oxford to glittering ,_ii AOt-without charge,In the "Motor that Mote'

has discovered several fires during' the .shades in tan. The things that go under Stkntific & -- -------- 1
'- summer which under the old plan the padded coat contain the real flmcriwn.A -- ---- j

;k.': ,_._, would have been destructive. I cyclonic surprises.The eolation w1lome1J of lUutr. ;ted week I,. Largest eIr. BRIDGEPORT MOTOR CO. inc.
:: The observer at Squaw mountain I lovely loose sack coat:, which has ,..,: four months any .,I. -

i\,<>' tved money recently for William T. i held sway in popular favor for a num- HUM 4 CO.315Mb ." --Hew York I II Both Two indTfcra Port Construction Bridgeport Conn. :

11aInesofWatervI1le. _. who owns Urge I berof years,.must. take its place In the I OOee.63 r gu Wsshlngt i C, F. N. HITCHCOCK & CO.
i. Agents 5Fitusville,FIorid.
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:Were daily occurrence., ,The police census of the national" cap=: '' 1f-:. :; ;:

Gulf St.m Not'Changed. ifal.discloses a population of 323323- ..;ran -;:: _
increase of 4-J !(13 the '
: .since census W''f:
Mr 'CraJ dtd er, a member of the .
of 1900. Of this total 95,005 are colored '
Trench,,institute, discredits the. recent ; ,
statement of r'German steamship but the percentage. of colored Increase ;,::.i't 2.:::
cap.taro was 9 per cent compared to 15 :J
J._ that the gulf stream is deviating
per cent increase of whites. >
from Its course. He.thinks such a phenomenon ,. : ;.
is scIentLSeally. impossible Accidenti. '0' :: i-.j---

without a 'frightful cataclysm. Moreover Fourteen men were killed in a cave- : !J-: :

if that stream had deviated a in of the Vermont Slate company's .::;a ,-: rte

.. ,. .. .. change in the temperature of the.water quarry near Granville N. Y., among r'
? ?:: ='/J:; :; : ::;: ''- '-fight"for-a.:: 1 -; .. "raihrad- .:rate"' /matting- : ,law CottonjSeandal_ Indictment. would have been observed. It Is.barely the dead being J. B. Williams, president .:: >'.. '. _i'

> -a .."' it ; possible that' a branch. ..of. the main of.the company. The others were .'.::.
'?r' LIT1CAL.t tbenext'seeslon\of It is The grand ;
1 congress. Jury at Washington '
n .; ;;tct.d;:: :: ..' presented Hungarian laborers' '
stream has been deflected.
:1': <> understood
: also
< 4 that part of his mes- another'IndtctD ent in: '
Ff i'i''i' < ; aonneetion The r
., steamship St. Paul of the San -
:.-:; .;:Y#; L ll'i.c., ", .' '"',' Shot., sage'will' dealwith. ; campaign. .contribu With .the cotton leak ecanldal, bills tYanclseo and Portland line was ...
.' '...H j.",..;:o.-ira: tions.. having been returned :Edwia I .
against SOCIOLOGICALractory
1 ;
: -.1"?,.':' '' msgjetirlpg Yioni abet'r' I wrecked near Eureka Cat, and, although
d X :::;}
Mor* Concessions to China.During S. Holmes,.Jr., Frederick A.jPeckham
sy;; '. '' g4 tieihaecretary:j ot state Frands: the'passengers were rescued -
;& 6 : the meeting of the president's and Moses Haas. Peckba'mand' Haas the boat total loss. She
i ; fpvt I'the press 'copiesbetween :Workers' Vacation. was a went on
-. .; :l' :; ': .!'>O g;;1'4 President : One of the most interesting Vacation
t.iilfi! ) "" ;' ;;, _"' .i -<.<' < '. his. contact: with?'a'Dumber of Influential -; Holmes to divulge,informationccncerntng'crop dispatch from General Corbin at
> ; aacI hlniseltln anap experiments of the past season, as described -
a Chinamen while. in China and urged reports, hi advance ofpublication. Manila, gives details of the typhoon of ,
: .J 1 + i b tWeedtbe'pre. that further concessions' omade'n'- by Daniel V. Casey in the October -
or- Sept. 2H Camp Daraga was almost totally

: World Today, was the
n' g1dit f.iad.theflate Secretary Hay over co-opera-
der to avoid Serious trade complica '
$359,000 Bank Thief
Caught. tire camp of 2,000 factory workers and destroyed, and thirteen soldiers
.j i.:conduct;lif his letter" the *
; M! LOomis: makes. caustic. tions. Incidentally he presented to the Henry A..Leonard twenty-four years their wives on the beach near Port Huron were injured. The hemp crop was

t0 president the memorial of business men old, "runner" for a brokerage .firm Mich. Lasting ten days Involvng completely destroyed, with an esti- _
J'e eferelt his former assistant Her-
:,: : i t bwllW' BowK:j ,'.and 'tens:,ot his. intimate'retatlonswith of Shanghai asking for a modificationof and "an active: member of the Y M. a round trip of 500 miles and requiring mated loss of $3,000,000. Many per -;

% : '' ; Mr.Bay In reply the'exclusion laws.! The secretarywas C. A,' waS arrested. by' the New York' arrangements for housing, feeding tons were killed on Than Island. .

not able to find. out just how or police,charged with.having robbed the and amusing an three miles
:'<;_ 'i$\ rtlw Pdifferences president.between:says that\the himself reports and Mr.of by whom the Chinese boycott of Amer- .. National City bank of $359,000 worth from town, the most striking things _.. _:___ .___ __ .

ican goods was started. of securities by presenting a. forged about this camp were that workingmen
; $ Hay: are;false. On the contrary,. bet
Immediately after the meeting the check. Later he made a full confessionand planned it for workingmen and that the -
ran j; l te. fdi!that;Dirt Hay had fully con- ,
: 3 .Wt't redtathe; ; jllsmissal ,of, Bowen and president issued an order' directing the declared that his purpose was to cost was brought so low that the out- AyefsTo

|diss ntedonly: from the mild censure immigration officials to be morecareful give Wall street a lesson showing how Ingwas.. as cheap as staying home.
'i b ..J'
Z fMr# t Bowen's'statement. of what took and renewing his instructions. to consular account of the lax system of transferring for ten days cost only $8.20.

| plawrat-bis: : % last5interview with the officials in China .securities. On-the night of the To Elevate Domtttie Strvic

*presidentUi contradicted: however, by Socialists Not "Democratic." robbery he had returned $200,000 of A, comprehensive statement of the be sure, you are growing ';7

{idE 4 F5r i;.$fiecretary:'Taft, -who was present. to- The New YoA court of appeals'dt- the securities to their rightful owner high purposes conceived by,the women, old. But why let everybodysee

;A '.. M',. fetber wIth Mr.'Bowen's brother. Taft caned that the so called Social Democratic and when caught told where the re- who bare organized the National House-. it, in your gray hair? -

A :-" crt_ .auiF'tilat;Bowen .was. mistaken in his party could, not use 'the. word mainder' of the loot was. The dew' hold alliance is givenin Good House: Keep your hair: dark and rich .,

':. .r"* '.Interpretation*of'what' the; president moclf1tic:' In' its title' owing to the which led to Leonard's arrest was a keeping. Not only is it the forming of, and postpone If will

>f, ; t 4Wld=namely,.that he wished the whole objection of'the leaders of the Democratic copy lie had left with the stamp maker a medium for obtaining competent:; age. you

r ,.} W fc 'matter_had not occurred., party on the ground of infringement for the certification stamp. This wits household and outdoor help, but an effort -

: 11f '*'*Former, Minister.Bowen'made retort an old check containing the name of is being made to elevate and help Hair Vigor

i ,.ln: a'statement t to the'Dress in :which Revision In Masssehusttts.. his employers. When arraigned in raise the standard of domestic servicein

1J.1 -hey:Qnoted: letters.from"Secretary Hay The Republican convention of ..Mas court he was held for trial in $;jQOOO home life by encouraging mistressesto I f

:,commendinghim; ::and repeated his: as- sachusetts' Boston adopted a platform bail. The National City bank. officials be. more considerate and sympathetic I only use Ayer's Hair Vigor;
} wrtion .in decided to press the case agalust'blm, I toward the reasonably needs of their
i> _that the. presence of wit- which favors tariff revision.;.federal your gray hair will soon have
! t =iessea Just prior to bis dismissal President control fit Insurance companies notwithstanding that the securitieswere helpers, and on the other hand, encouraging --

t } ,Roosevelt said be would have and indorses the administration There recovered for the sake of the intelligent and self respecting all the deep, rich color of.

f ; done a-great deaXtovhlush+up the scandaVf.feferring was a' split, however, on revision, and example to'other would be thieves., young men and young women to equip youth. Sold for 60 years. x

t 1 :! :< to.;the.l1eged.. offer otJ' a minority report was made against It. RamM/s.Suit; .Against Gould. themselves for such positions'and to "I am now over 6) years old. and T have
fill a thiekglouy bead of l.-iig hair which u a
: :: ; 'promotion. for Bowen.Olnsy's .. Curtis Guild, Jr.,,was named for gov- Joseph Ramsey,Jr.,as president of the successfully them.Headquarters wonder to every one who see it. Aid not a

{i r: ::* Reply- .,to,Bryan ernor.and E. S. 'Draper: for lieutenant Wabash, sued for an injunction in St. are branches now maintained are to be at opened New York in other, and gray bairfnlt.allduetoAyer'silairVhor.Mas H. It. 1S=gTi9, Beeida, Miuii."'

$r 4 '; ,Wide publicity,has been given to ex- governor. Louis to prevent the proposed annual cities. '1.00 a bottle... J..C....'fEft ro., t

V 1} mot .Secretary of..State,OlJ eY'1 article in the meeting of George Gould and associates MIdrue4istsI : for 1"1'11. 1IIas5.

.:t{ .October ,NortIl-American, Review onH I EXECUTIVE I at Toledo called for the purposeof
.. the ;question of railroad rate' making electing a board of directors and I EDUCATIONAL ] [White Hair
officers for the Wabash railroad. Ramsey
.; i in reply to W. J. Bryan's open letter
t". Marin Hospital Extravagant.The alleges that the result of this meetIng
\ to. the president Olney says that : Rocktf.llerGift In Cash. I
'If the government shall be granted the executive probe in the hands of would be to stifle competition in ,'
! i
t At a special meeting of the executive
" : power of regulating !, Secretary of the Treasury Shaw Is justat traffic between St. Louis and Kansas Weird Feature of Solar Eclipae.
u; committee of the general educational Two German scientists who observed ,
railroad rates present directed City. He claims to"own TiO,000 of the 1
i 1 : ? tot only railroads, againstthe Wabash bonds and 100 shares'of the board at New York six: checks for $1- the recent solar eclipse from Mon*,e

s : ;., but private'prop- marine hospital stock. He alleges that Gould owns and 000,000 each and two for $2,000,000 Rosa, In the Pennine Alps, state that

1i ;. ,': .*. ." erties and invest service, of controls a majority of the Missouri I each drawn In favor of George Foster at the culminating point of the obscuration

.: ments aggregating which Dr.Wal's, Pacific and Iron Mountain already, I! Peabody, treasurer, by the representatives the glaciers and snow fields! i 2

II ;t '::: billions of dollars, ter Wyman is which are competing lines. of-John D. Rockefeller were received became suffused with a wonderful
'- azure light while the shadows of the
f :: :" will find themselves
the supervising in fulfillment of the promise given #

""Si: j''i..:, r controlled surgeon general I by Mr. Rockefeller on June 30 last mountains produced most weird ef-
; : t In the vital matter SCIENTIFICCauses fects.
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... Richard. Olney; The secretary that he would give $10,000,000 for the
of their
finds that
of education
cause higher
: a'"' !'notJ throughout Million For Railways In Jpa.
;: by private, owners but by the service is of Tuberculosis.
\',. ': '. ,tyro public boards-one representing local the United States. The checks were I It is reported that Japan Intends to
" Tuberculosis iu all its bearings. I
costing the government brought to the meeting by Mr. Rocke-
f/ interests and the other national Interests expend at least $30,000,000 for railway
twiceas physiological, therapeutic, preventive feller's personal representative, F. T.
> : ; and both antagonistic( to the In.J equipment.Tutt'sPills.
etc., has been the theme of learned discussion
much as It Gates; who is himself a member of the
: Dr. Walter Wyman..
;; terest pf the
: ; private owners concern
did a few before several hundred of theworld's board. The object of paying In cash
;l'-- ed.'* These he thinks, would be inconstant
.' ; '
J r : :rears ago and wants to know why. most famous experts, comprising was to leave the board free to invest
; rivalry the effort to get the
I He recommends the abandonment of the International Tuberculosis con- the money at its own discretion. It is '
;::; best service at the smallest cost and
k eleven hospitals. In these cases be favors gress, In session at Paris. The main thought that the income will amount to
: the sure outcome would be government '
,<. 1. contracting with the local hos; conclusions of popular comprehensionwere about $50.000: a year. Already volumInous -
This, be says, is the goal
> pitals for the sake of economy. that the chief causes of this reports as to the needs of various
I x ,>:.. of some of the rate makers and is not
C.nal.Job Goes worldwide human life destroyer are alcoholism colleges in all parts of the country
feared Begging.
J> l
: overwork and overcrowding.Dr. have been received by the board. It Is will save the dyspeptic from many
t. Ns*'York: City ,Nomination Secretary Taft has renewed hU sug- Ravenel of the American section said there are between 300 and 400 of days of misery,and enable him to eat _
gestion that the whole administration whatever he wishes. They
i. The various party organizations have advised against the relaxation of precautions the'smaller institutions eligible for aid.
:. made their nominations for New York of the Panama canal project be transferred SICK HEADACHE
against transmitting bovine
; :' from the war department to the A Million For Milliken Univ.r ity. ,
:: officers during the week and
city past ,
: tuberculosis: to human beings. #
state department, believing as he does The offer of $900,000 by James Milli cause the food to assimilate and nourish -
) District Jerome with 4,000
: Attorney Professor Grancher, one of the lead- the body, give keen appetite
r' :, petitions;'was duly entered as an independent that Secretary Root is better qualified ing French authorities, declared that ken of Decatur, Ill, for the university : j

t-- '.contestant The effort forantiTammany than himself to take cbarge. of this consumption was one of the most at that place bearing his name has DEVELOP FLESHand

great workThe. been secured by raising the conditional '
fusion' having fallen easily cured diseases if taken in time. solid muscle. Elegantly sugar 1 _
; through/the Citizens' Union contented Pmidtnt'i Southern Trip.It Sounding was the best and simplest $100,000 through the agency of the coated. "'"

'/.; Itself with indorsing Jerome, and roe was decided that the president'ssouthern test. It was far superior to the radio- Cumberland said that Presbyterian church It is Take No Substitute. ,f tV.,
\, now Mr. Milliken offers
:; .. Municipal Ownership league loudly demanded trip should terminate at New !'scoplc examination, In which he had an- I ;,
other million -
>?i.' : that Hearst be its candidate Orleans, where the yellow fever situation little faith. A message from Secretary provided the uniV'ersltyraLtes HOLUSTER'S .

\ for mayor'even after he had written a Is greatly Improved. From there of State Root suggested that the next an additional 300000. Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets 1 ; .JI

l ;; : letter;.declining the suggested honor. he will return to Washington by water -. meeting of the congress be held in this Catholic University's Departure. A Busy Medioine for Easy People. tl I i;

:, ". TheV;Tammany organization, in compleienannony thus avoiding the quarantine complications t'Ountry. The'CatholIc university at Washington Brings Qoliaa Health and Renewed Vigor.-1 i

f, ," and. without a contest in states adjoining Louisi comes into direct competition with A sneciSc for Constipation Imlie>tion, Live j"' j
The Value
Curative of
'. McClellan for Prayer. other and Kidney Troubles. Pimples, Eivenw Impure J
... renominated Mayor another ana. colleges for the first time this ; '1 '.
Blood. Bad Breath. Sluggish Bowels, Headache a ...
Another famous scientist, Dr. Theodore i i.
term.. The Republican organization year by opening a regular course for and Backache. It's Rocky Mountain Tea in tain 1 ]I
-, '#. experienced some'difficulty in find Hyslop of the Bethlehem Royal undergraduates. This necessitates some Ipt form 35 cpnta a box. Genuine made by i t

y : ingf an available leader for what was I LEGAL-CRIMINAL I hospital of London has recently coIn- increase !In the faculty. HOLLISTGR P:
w.... retarded as a forlorn hope but finally cided, with the position taken by Professor Fortune For Socialist School. GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLEChamberlain's ....!.
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?,. : aroused.much enthusiasm by James of Harvard In extolling t II!
,;they School Graft In Peoria.
; value The leaders of the Social Democratic !
the of In
prayer relieving mental
, ..: naming:Charles & Hughes the insur- Newton C. Dougherty, for twenty-five; party of New York have announced ; i'
;1: distress. As a lifelong and successful
' ,J':.. tanee Inquisitor.. the that the late Mrs. i
years superintendent of. public p. Rand, mother-
alienist Professor Hyslop declares that ; J Jt"
.. 4I.'.. Why .Roesevtlt. Won't. Run. schools of Peoria, III, has'been arrested "such a habit does more to clean the in-law of George 0. Herron left $200- ,
COnversation: with Senator Simmons 000 to be used in Intellec- ;
on the charge of forgery connection founding an
and the
spirit strengthen soul to overcome t"t"J
i:. of North Carolina President with his accounts, a shortage of mere incidental emotionalismthan tual center for the Socialist movement -' .. ..i>:.

E i; : Roosevelt replied to the suggestion that $75,000 having been discovered by the any other therapeutic agent in the United States.! It is expectedthat !o\t 1 t
'" would want him to serve with that a building will be provided in .
!f : the people grand Jury, a prospect peculations known "
Jto me.
':' another term by saying that be'would 'eJtendl: g over 'several years which there will be libraries for spe- 1 I I ,. ,
'<. not allow himself to become a candidate would bring the amount Into the hun- Fresh Air For Fire Fighters. cial research and in which specially : !

'f;. : in 1808 and that his mind bad dreds of thousands. As soon .as he Charles E. Chapin of Berkeley, Cal., prepared and valuable papers will be \\ .- ,'"

l.', not: changed in regard to this matter. had been released on $3,000 ball he ten. has invented a respiratory apparatus published. The plan also provides for i' ; f

#; He',explained further that the consciousness defied his resignation as superintendentand for the use of firemen which has stood reading and meeting rooms and sys \ 'I'. t I I .. ".

&''- :' .'. of this unalterable resolution as president of the Peoria National tome severe tests. It consists a hoodoned tematic lecture courses on socialism "",;'it t

{J.::-. war the,complement of his freedom bank. The alleged forgery consistedof with oiled silk and an air cylinder popular science and the relation of the :.1 1 ',

Ie' from pledges::when he entered .on voucher for school supplies which strapped on the back, carrying different arts and literature to social

. > the office.' It made bun free to act as were never delivered. enough air to last an hour. The air is development. The institution will be

I !": be thought;:was'right gave him great Kidnaper Crowe Caught conducted by a rubber tube to the fully equipped by the fall of next year, Cough Remedy 1

i'i"" '-. satisfaction and enabled him to enjoy A man arrested at Butte, Mont, I headpiece, the exhaled air passing out and its principal field of operation will a'

:, 'bis. :official life better than be could Itt turned out to be the long sought for through a valve before the mouth. be in New York city. The Children's .Favorite. ';

; \, .. he bad been striving for some political kidnaper who planned to get money Earth Shook For Two Months. Cure Chill and Fever.G. Coughs, Colds-CURES, Croup and f
\! '< ambition.PrssidMt. father of Cuda- to the Mexican
from the wealthy Eddy Dispatches govern-
\ :: W. Wirt Nacogilo'hes. Texas : Whooping Cough.ThU .
'' Omaha In 1900. Crowe declares ment account of ;
'j. For Rats Law.ieMtorft by at give an a remarkable
: "His had chills and fever for
daughter remedy i* flrn"\l itf ,
i {. t.:': 'To ,m* T; ,r representatives that the proposition of kidnaping and seismic disturbance In the state of three years; he could not find anything large part o? the civilized lor world.urt It OTtr can s a

f\ ." acid 'others prominent in, Republican ransom( was made to him by young Guenero. The entire side of a precipice that would help her till he used Herhine. opium always or be other pecdM harmful upon drug It and contains may no be

;' party 'counsels :who have called at, the Cudaby himself, who actually got $6-< on a mountain called Cerro Dolores His wife will not keep house without" given as cniittil-'iiily a baby as to an add

i- 'White:House .president'( Roosevelt,has 000 of the ransom. The boy's father suddenly took an upward move- 50c. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy and Price 25 eta; Large Size, 50 eta.

made it plain that he will 'renew his says this Is not true. meat, and great masses of rock loose Eau Gallie Pharmacy, Eau Gallic, Fla.

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A.J'l:-. : bad heart. Do "t spoils! TOcation =:
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r.,."I"1.E'-i''" t\ ']fPBLI8HED: EVERY FRIDAY, .MOBNIIGtI7B4CUtrTtoN. .- ,,:' g''_ 1- pOOr, .uncertain engine. Beg&l
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.:., ,., < ; :: four cycle
: .5t' i ..L$. FEB' .: marine engine are2 %;
"-,' ',<,, ,. [slai.bie Information OB This Project with jootp
-: : ; ; #'_76 CT. FOB.SEC MOUTHS. automobile type
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"" : jt.l spark ignition. Bated If fi, p.,
-" .u feetlatai'BsteaaiataLed0. Hot Heretofore 'DiTulged,
.> ::Q;:xk ,;;f-Y; "wff ::{:::" ;;it'.r AppUeaUe...' ', .#. -. <3 h. p.arid b, p-,br single cylinder .

:t' >'= .. '8 15 in
'II" and
.Y "' : '' h b. p. b. p
?rr,, I _:t ail'deal meaning much to Miami,:and inwhich :
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; ENGINEBR1HG'YlORK doable cylinder, end 30 h. p. in
.,.!;-.Bl'1 : : .;Miami men .and'capltal: js.Intern four cylinder.engfnea. .
4 .. k -fiatedj was' ummat d on
.>.;! : ..,. .
4Thnreday between L E. Lommns 'whole- -l1r1t for {38t s t t-1J. ,
., 'i- .': D, eale.: and retail grocer, and;,the JiondiEast lany.Interesting-Facts.Regarding this Deal make'Uy fciai ft! Ir-
",, "' -:''. Coast'R&ihfay company, ,.,'where, the Stupendous OndertilingGREAT rxajement abet*3 ftet w!
i' 'iR .t!;& '
:;Jlf'r.; : former,takes over all.the'commissary and Toms'oat ttltaieSne II

1JJI'lfrtsupply .depots of th.f latter on its Key I

<: ,' West extension Work I In recent. interview, Mr. H M.,Flag. Regal Gasoline Engine Co., Coldtf rf: Nick
".-. ... ---....... ( !ler gave oat the following_detailed information ,
1 : Also maaaizct of the famous >Kepi BfatlcUlJ EIfl19Ks.
I regarding the construction of his >Jren
'f. t: .. GOvO'Browardhu'appoi intedLEmmett
.. wr"; .Wolfe, of'Pensacola, as his private secretary railroad across the Florida Keys into Key a "

;% to succeed M..A. Brown, nt1iap.dt West:
'sheriff of Duval The The distance from Miami to Key Westis
,pointed county.
Titus Furniture
.r.r r 154 miles. Of this 28 miles i Is completed 1 Coillpally
.'c -appointment. of Mr Wolfe is not a ,surprise JOHN TIGHE.

"i ..' ,' as ,it,.was generally believed he to Homestead., the present .terminus Assemblyman Tlghc's letter should .

fi t would be offered, the post. Mr. Wolfe of the' road. a 6e strenuous reed by every life. brain worker leading gs D.:. oxm-EJa., Manager: ',.t.....-... .
:baa been 'identified with state politics The work from Homestead south is :' '
long !
miles Hon.,John Tighe No.98 Remsen St, We quote prices on a few of oar leaders: :L "
r and it is the general opinion that he made op in round numbers of 60 .
. Cohoes N. Y.
rock embankment through the waters of Assembly ART SQUARES 9x12, Price f&00. <;j. .
; is particularly. fitted for this position. from the Fourth district, i' .
.'- separating the mainland from Key Largo Albanycounty, RUGS from 25c. ;"' .: ).
i !i' He is a bachelor. N.Y:, writes as follows: np. J .
ir. i and through the waters separating the "Peruna has my hearty Indorsementas WILLOW ROCKERS, $2.25 to $3.50. r' :: : I
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J Next' << Monday :election day in Titus different keys. a restorative tonic superior merit. IRON BEDS, from $3.50 up. .,}; : 'v'. ,

,ville for town*officers to serve this mu There are to be four concrete viaducts At.times when I have been completely BEST GRADE MATTING, 30 cents op. "f'., ;-, 1

H." :'nicipality. for the coming year. Like most 31 feet.above the water-one from Long broken down from excess of work, so ,_ OXFORD ALL STEEL BED SPRING, $4.75 "

.,( "- "elections in Florida, the strife is over, and Key to Conch Key, 10,500 feet; a viaduct that my faculties seemed actually at a DRESSERS AND WASH STANDS a specialty, from $4.25 up. ',: .

':" next Monday will simply be thefficiaI' across Knight's Key channel, 7,300 feet; standstill,Peruna has acted as & healing Lower Floor Star
viaduct Moser channel restorer,starting the machinery of mind '
across Key ,
t ; selection of town officers the nominations
and body afresh with new life and
7,800 feet, and a viaduct across Bahia
been made in .
y having already mass energy."I
;,t './ meeting, and there is no opposition in Honda Key' channel, 4,950 feet, makinga recommend it to a man tired in E. L. BRADY & < BRO.

, .f"! .- the field. The qualified voters of Titus- total of concrete viaduct 30,550 feet, mind and body as a tonic superior to ,

'll 't. 'i (yule should, however, realize that the equivalent to 5.7S miles.. anything I know of and well worthy

.t ,it' :: ;nominating, and, electing of their town These viaducts are to be constructed of serious consideration.-J. Tighe. Groceries, Hay, Grain and all. Food Products: \
reinforced 50-foot resting 'Excess of work so common in our
f 'officers is a,.duty they should al ways give .concrete, spans I We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes'Fertilizers. We deal exdusiTel7
..1ft;., T their careful'attention to, for on them on piers set into solid rock and strength- II country causes! Impaired neryes,leadingto in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for price os
: ened with piles. The base of the pier at catarrh and catarrhal nervousness Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station. E. L. BEADY& BSOnTrrusviLlxFLi.
k: rests ,the greater responsibility of good a disease that Is responsible for half of
rock surface is 28 feet, and at the spring
,1. ;t:. ,. government. The first duty of citizen all nervous troubles.
Lug line of arch 20 feet 7 inches. From AG<>N R & CO.
'> 'Y:? ship is careful attention, .to self govern- Peruna cures this trouble because it ,
:r ment, and our town affairs should receive the water to the crown of the arch will cures catarrh wherever located.If Hay,
be 25 feet. To that should be added the Staple and Fancy Groceries Produce; full: .
::1 J? : .,|the closest attention f.orthe reason that you do not derive prompt and satisfactory Kinds,
thickness of the arch at the crowD, ballast results from
: t they are nearest to us and affect our gen- the use of Pernna,
-t : .' :errl welfare to a greater extent than state ties, etc., making the track 31 feet write at once to Dr.Hartman, giving a VEGETABLES SPECIALTY

J :. : or national affairs. tx above the level of the water. full statement of your case, and he will Tl.tu.s'V1J.J.e.: 'z : FICr cla. ,
;?.' Of the water openings there are seven, be pleased to give you his valuable advice -
rI; .
25 feet each. These are in the solid em- gratis.
1'f MUNICIPAL CORRUPTION Address Dr. Hartman. President of
bankment, and are only intended for
% .'l-.: There is an old axiom to the effect that rowboats and small craft. The Hartman Sanitarium,Columbus,0.

: ji: :all peoples have Ijuslthe sort of government Of drawbridges there are to be three

:: that they deserve. If any'state or with openings aggregating 410 feet. The ,
;: .. :'. community is badly governed, in the last remaining distance, about 65 miles, is

analysis the".fault lies with the people made up of the islands ,or keys over t

themselves, and they 'cannot rightly which Jhe road passes, "
blame else for it.: That is what
anybody After leaving the mainland the first
Gov. Folk, of Missouri told the Philadelphians key traversed is Key Largo, the largest of .-

the other night. For a nnmoerof the entire group of Florida keys, being R f

years Philadelphia has been at the mercy 40 miles in length. Of this, however, / 'L L4 I i ix

of,a political, gang whose only principle the railroad traverses only 15 miles. The ., ..}

was, pelf. A few men, in the name of the names of the keys south of Key Largo, in ,

Republican party, have dominated the order, are as follows: Plantation Key, .1NS RpNCF1R 'H Li -

great city's affairs to their own enrich- Windley's Key, Upper,Matecumbe, Lower CY .-

ment. So bold did the gang become that Matecumbe, Long Key Conch Keys, P I "

apparently its members imagined them Grassy Key, Crawl Key, Key Yaca, (. ,

selves to be the owners of the city its Knight's: Key, Little Duck Key Missouri PLENTY OF MONEYi .r

franchises and its contracts. As a noted Key, Ohio Key, Bahia Honda, West Sum. a

New Yok politician once said, "Why, merland Key, Cudjoe Key, Sugar Loaf lost by failure to insure. The thing to t'
ask yourself is: "Can I afford! to lose my ';
they do not have to hide when they c, '
Key, Saddle Bunch Keys, Big Coppit house or business?" If th. answer is yes, ,
steal." Yet during 'all of this period of Key, Rockland Key, Boca Chica, Stock I II
4;; .. plundering,, the people, had it in their Wand and Key West. J-

; power to "turn the'rascals out" All that There are a number of other keys in the,answer is no, then tome and haveus "
f make you a policy at once. It is the
w was needed was the awakening of their plain sight of the line of the road which only safe way to avoid the risk which

dormant spirit of patriotism. The awakening the road does not traverse. Many of these may ruin you. We represent the best

=' was long deferred, but it seems to keys are beautiful, being' covered with and quickest settling; companies in the I

hate been brought about at last. The groves of cocoanuts, pineapples, etc country.

? city is now thoroughly aroused, and there Terminal facilities at Key West will MORGAN WALTON, 4 :
is for that the investigations TnrsviiXE, FLORIDA. CECILIAN
every reason thinking comprise a drydock and 10 covered piers,

and exposures now being each 800 feet in length and 100 feet in '

/ prosecuted will be followed by the very width, with basin 200 feet between piers. The Alpine Cottage THE PERFECT PIANO PLAYER

: .. desirable result of a cleans .' of the The 10 piers will furnish berths for 40 ,

!;j gang and the installation of an honest set ships 400 feet in length, with a depth of Under the management of Mrs. Kate
t' Myers, assisted by F. A. Lesley
to of officials. water ranging from 20 to 30 feet. Mr. J. ,

One of the very best signs of the times C. Meredith at Miami, Fla, is constructing TITUSViLLE, FLA.

*, & is the moral wave that. is sweeping over engineer in charge: of all the work. For sale by the

the. .country, affecting .not only politics The equipment to be used in the workis Daily or Weekly Boa a.
but business. To Gov. Folk! as much as House
as follows: 6 lugs, 1 stern-wheel steamer Newly Furnished.
(: to any other individual, is due the credit 16 barges 25x100 feet, 24 barges 30x100 Everything First Class. INDIAN RIVERMUSIC'HOUSEi

'' of having started the wave. When he fret 12 barges 20x80 feet 1 sand
dredge, Location: Hopkins street near Julia.
began stirring up the boodlers and graft. 1 earth dredge for filling the concrete viaducts .- -" .

ers in St. Louis, other municipalities rub 8 barges 40x70 feet with concrete "RONS"LJKET CLOCK"Dads 'i

., : bed their eyes and asked, "How is it with mixers and hoists, 8 pileiJrivers i 8 towing -- I Titusville

our own affairs?' Whereupon they started launches, 1 despatch boat, 4 quarter. Gas I Florida.
: investigations of their own, and found in boats, 100 dinghy, and a wharf at Bahia ,
'!- many instances that St. Louis.was not inC Honda.

t--_. a class by herself. The movement then a Feeds
The material used in the constructionof Y
.,.; ti- reached Washington, and resulted in the
' the arches (viaduct) will be as follows -
, r.- unearthing of the postoffice gang, the
: 206,100 cubic yards sand, 28(5,800 LumFi
: cotton report leak and other scandals.
barrels hydraulic cement, 176,900 cubic
Following came the investigations of the
yards stone, 4,810 tons steel. :
c corporations, concerning which we hare : : :Carbide,

',' -v' been reading in the daily dispatches for SAN MATEO
Vanished. CIGARS
x- some time. Xor has the wave yet begun Last Hope
When ]leading physicians said that W. Gas
I: to subside. There will come still other -i
M. Smithart, of Pekin, la., had incurable y Have Made
. j' sensational disclosures, and selfish and a
- consumption, his last hope vanished, but _
it- dishonest men in high places will be Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption Yield'qy Reputationof

$J' forced to relinquish their "grafts.', Coughs and Colds, kept him out of Their Own.
:'h Under our form of government it is his grave. He says: "This great specific r

to that should completely cured me, and saved my life. The success of the
necessary party organizations San Mateo
Since then I have used it for over 10 Larger. Cigar
;:-,.:, exist, and the parties will continue to,be years, and consider it a marvelous throat is one of the greatest triumphs
'f dominated few brainy and lung cure." Strictly scientific cure of the East Coast
: by a men, as they Acetylene the light of the future. It since the freeze.
f have been in the but there is for coughs, sore throats or colds;sure preventive -
: past: no has past the experimental stage. Over Iade from the choicest growths, of
of Guaranteed 50c. tobacco
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+s .> warrant in common sense for any municipality and $1.00 bottles at Red Cross Pharmacy.Trial 100,000 generators in use in the United Island] of Cuba can produce, and wrapped with the rich,peninsula silky leaf I of Florida and the:
i. .. to become the prey of boodling I bottle free. States. Cheaper than coal gas, electricity Coast plantations I the cigar industry of the world Miss grown on Eat

#i .t:; clique. The city or town that permits or satisfactory.Every generator; Use for guaranteedto heating, I on every For Bale tram by entenng all the trading Florida.! hotels l: and clubs and by never the prod Union ced X abetterarticle.ewe Company I

:,., itself to fall.. under, Each domination is aBSTORLA"3.ssta cooking and illumination.E. .

-,-,.',';" c:. wanting in that virile patriotism',which 1 I Kind Yol Han JS8o.II. W. AMSDEN, ORMOXD, Twenty Size, Styles and Grades to select from. .

; f we flatter ourselves is characteristic aft Agent for the East Coast. .

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Another advantage of the southern Death of E. C. Dearborn. How to Cure Corns and Bunions. A good man may be great, but all great -

OKEECHOBEE route is that it would pass through a far I Eugene,C. Dearborn, clerk of the circuit First, soak the corn or bunion in warm men are not good.,

more desirable tract of land, the entire court of Dade county, and an old resident water to soften it, then pare it down as fIt
closely!" as possible without drawing blood makes difference how )
no loner Y
DRAINAGE ,CANAL country being composed of rich soil,being of Cocoanut Grove, died at his home and apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm
have been sick if troubled with
I yon are
mostly muck, with sandy soil underlaid Monday afternoon. twice daily, rubbin vigorously for five
with marl and clay.. This vast territory, While Mr. Dearborn has been a sick minutes at each application. A corn indigestion, constipation, liver and kid- '. -

if brought under cultivation by the completion for months his death plaster should be worn a few days to pro- ney troubles, Hollister's Rocky Mountain i -
to not
IiI Route Is Surveyed man many was .
A Being
tect it from the shoe. As a general liniment Tea will make you well,1 :35 centa. Ask =
of the canal, would open up anew at all expected;and hopes had been entertained for sprains, bruises, lameness and .

i* Save Much Heavy, Catting garden spot, where every kind of that his! life might be prolonged.He rheumatism Pain Balm is unequalled. I I four druggist. __ -
vegetable would flourish. One hundredand had only recently returned from the For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy.Four t1t

eight acres of this land, near Stuart, north from a trip taken for the benefit of
PROPOSED CHANGE DEFINED Convicts Burned'to Death i
; 1 was planted two years ago, and gave every his health, and was better and stronger. IG/AR5

promise of producing excellent crops, than when he.went away. Four convicts and a guard at a turpen- { .

:j It Is Said There Ml Be Ho Cut but before maturity the entire countrywas The announcement of his death has tine camp at Aycock, in the northeasternpart .--?

is under water and the fields destroyed.The cast a gloom over Dade county, for there of Washington county, were burned I iw

Over .Fifteen"Feet Deep building of this canal will not only was not a more highly respected nor to death last Saturday, and six others had dE. r }' I Ic I-

% -. \ be of inestimable advantage to Stuart and more popular citizen in that communitythan their feet so badly burned that they will

; -The St. Lucie County Tribune has ee surrounding country, but its good effects Mr. Dearborn.He have to be amputated. It seems that the '

cared some very interesting news as tot will extend far beyond such narrow limo was born in Havana, Illinois, in guard over a section of convicts got drunk

Gov.; Broward's great drainage scheme. its, as the successful lowering of Lake 1859 and came to Florida in 1SS3. He and upset a lantern, setting fire to the

It says: Governor Brow and has ordered Okeechobee will prevent its overflow and.I was a conductor on the old J., T. & stockade.

Franklin. Sheen, the able surveyor of the damming up of all the creeks and K. W. railroad, and occupied other important -, A-( t.; c

*r ;West Palm Beach,, to make a new surveyof rivers tributary thereto, and will make official positions. For about ten .. t< _

the .route, from the St. Lucie river to tillable millions of acres of land in Dade, years Mr. Dearborn lived in Titusyille,
,, Lake Okeechobee. It is understood that St. Lucie Lee Monroe, DeSoto, Polk, after which he went to Dade county and YOU WILL ENJOY ,

Mr.'Sheen's route will follow the course Osceola and Orange counties, which haveno settled at Cocoanut Grove, where he hasa any of our popular brands of cigars. Wa' 4
k1 of the south fork of the St. Lucie, using equal anywhere in the world. The beautiful home.In receive them fresh from the manufacturers ,

the Halpattiokee creek until it passes reclamation of this vast expanse of terri- 1900 he was elected! clerk of the and that's why : ..A '

} through the Hanson grant, thence along tory will open up a new garden spot for circuit court, and has held that position THEY RETAIN THEIR FINE FLA YCH: ,.t"t1.f

the southwest the state, as well as providing untold ever since, being re-elected last "
; the south line of said grant to I year. and are uniform in quality. Our dM41t ti v
''$ corner of the grant, thence in a acres for pasturage that is now under Mr. Dearborn was a man of the highest cigars smoke better than most expeuy.vV. 11

direction to near south water. character and integrity, a man of most I ones bought elsewhere. Well made: s tars ;- "..',
z? southwesterly
from selected tobacco well eared
Sri, boundary line of township 39, thence It is the plan of the governorto have I sterling worth broad in his sympathiesand makes an exquisite smoke. We have '"

a? due west course until it intersects the canal connecting the St. Lucie riverto warm' in his friendships. He will be that kind. r : ';.

,on the a eastern boundary line of range 37, be a part of an inland waterway, the sadly missed. RED CROSS PHARMACY C ) 1;1;

northwesterly course to other canal to connect Lake Okeechobeewith He is survived by his widow,daughter
bay, on the eastern shore of the Caloosahatchee river, which, and his father, who are together at the ____ 0; tJ
besides draining this immense area, will Cocoanut Grove home. i ;
; Lake This route is declared by those who are open a route for steamboat transportationto Mrs. Dearborn has been appointed clerkof i I <.

ii- familiar with the country to J carry produce to tidewater. the circuit court of Dade county, ad M t ;
thoroughly &
: suitable than the previous I That it is Governor Broward's firm intention : interim, by his honor, Judge Minor S. GRAHAM ; ;4

.5;;+_' be far more it follows the natural depressions to begin this work as soon as a. Jones. Judge Jones by this appointmenthas for your Protection CO., ::I
: course and, water courses of the land, and I practical route is determined upon is won the general and popular approval (Incorporated. Paid ap Capital f':25.00G.OO.J: t,;= t

I:1r', 1 the south of the ridges that lay I proven by the presence along the pro- of all, and while this appointmentis we place this label on every This company owns land stet, ..)"j'

r runs to south through all the territory :. posed routes of representatives of some of without a precedent it is generally package of Scott's Emulsion.: in the Indian River Country :. .yJ j

$ north and river and Lake Okee- the largest canal diggers In the country, thought that the court's appointment will The man with a fi-hon: his back ,on the St.Lncie River. 'i. 1 ..
between the Indian Is our trade-mark, and it is a at New River and on Biscayne H!
former route goes ex- who are preparing bids building a prevail with the governor, and that Mrs.
the Emul- '
while guarantee that Scott's Bay.
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> of the water cours- 100 foot canal. Dearborn will be authorized to fill out the 1
the divide sion will do all that Is claimed '
of land Mr. Bowers, a representative of a San unexpired term of her deceased husband.Dr. PRICES TO SUIT THE Tr& aS. b ,, '; J.ij
Said through the highest point for it. :Nothing better for lung ';if.
r Francisco firm, has been over both routes, J. M. Jackson, who has attendedMr. throat or bronchial troubles iu Send for land list. a y 11
_; in the section.conversation, F. M. Platt, a prac- and will present a bid for the work on Dearborn since his return from the infant or adult. Scott's Emulsion OFFICES f
In a "
and woodsman, who the new route as soon as the surveyor has north, states that death was not due to is one of the greatest flesh- -J

tical civil engineer foot of ground be- completed his lines. pulmonary-trouble, as was generally sup- builders known to the medical
with every
*.j&sfc m%< is familiar Lake Okeechobee and the Indian Bids are also being asked for the con posed, but to the bursting of an aneurysmon world. ]. ; n 1

tween stated that a canal cut over the struction of dredges and other machinery the aorta, or large artery leading from Wt'U send you sample free.PISO'S TITtS\: ILLS. FLA., J". -

- > river, completed would require a cut necessary for the successful working of the heart. SCOTT & BOWNE, 401 Pew rirtieet Contracts for all kinds of Painting, KaA- j, t -1"ki;
lately i
4 line through the ridges the project by the state, should it not be somining, Staining, Finishing and Paper j { "
t'f- of 43 feet in side of Allapathatchee given out on contract. At a meeting of the board of control in Hanging, at the most reasonable price I'
whicb lie on either Jacksonville last week plans for the university consistent with good workmanship.

elouRh, while by adopting a southerly Indigestion, constipation, dyspepsia buildings at Gainesville were ac- CURE FOR ,
: southwardof Work anywhere on the East
Coast 1
the and the of construction will
which would pass kidney and liver disorders, and all stomach 'CURES WHERE ut ELSE f ,
in December. The architects whose |Best Cough Sjrmp. Taste Good. IIee n
be cot begin
4-: these, ridges, there would no troubles positively cured by usingHollister's chosen In time. Sold bT draRltieta. Specially solicited. Let me know what j'E
of baaed on low Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cts. were were Edwards & want und get estimate
feet-both figures Walker CONSUMPTION you my on it.
of Colombia S. C.
'' -: ,over 15 the water in the lake 6 feet.i tea or tablets. Ask your.druggist. Prompt attention given to all work. f

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dyauffeur two girls standing'erect In i" *..ajBst year I ha3i. :very;'severe attack EAT'EM 4JKE CANDY Agricultural Implements
:.{" r ,t of mdijtesUori.. I could not sleep at night sPl"a gat.*Palatable Potent, Tute Gooi, Do
si&. the 5machlneflushed.' laughing, ," spar. ; Good Never Sicken Weaken or Gripe; 10.25 and
and suffered most ,excruciating pains for -
; : M eente per box. Write(or free sample and book.
; r _Wing:excitement/alert: : and wary; three, hours after each meal.-. I was troo- let on health.;;Addrea 433 SANFORD FLORIDA .

3'. t [each armed ;With a long lance like:atknlgh bled this*way -for about. three tmonths .nMResedyCotp.i; Chicago or Mm York i

f of'old;'thrusting, ;withdrawing' .ben'I" used Chamberlain's Stomach and KEEP Y UR'ILOOD"CLWTh :

; 1:./' Striking" pushing? ,. pulling' .warding;. Liver relief,:"Tablets says John, and Dixon received, Tullamore immediate, Ontario -

{;t :scrambling.,daunt. or bending,')$ the ,. Canada. For sale by Red Cross.
.disaster ,to. the, Mikasa Is ,
slght'viewed' :by:those. favored one of Pharmacy. eastronomers- "
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'fortwie who have been' permitted tot -

J'It 'witness. the new' Pon'autingeonteSt. ; on distant spheres of blown up--'a veritable revelation: to ttrf '
.i- in'automobiles, says the San Francisco the solar, ''system :will doubtless be % QUEEN OF SEA ROUTE-S 1

'Chronicle' ., Auto tilting was.'discovered greatly :chagrined in days to :come A,Judlcioa Inquiry.A ,

i\ :by:accident, The, 'discoverer Was Miss, .when'the promised communication ma;, well known traveling'man who visit 1

Elizabeth .Tonkin of Detroit, who learn that. most of the at- the drug trade says he has often heard it

weighs just ah hundred pounds mospheric disturbances. they. have'.ob- druggists inquire of customers who asked '
F :i even :. '

j and who::possesses .dark: ;.tresses, rosy served: oh this 'peaceful earth of;:ours for wanted a cough for a child medicine or for, whether an adult,it and was if Merchants &: Miners Trans, Go's ; -" r I

.cheeks, bine eyes and 'gentle ways that were merely.afternoon tea parties tendered for a child they almost invariably recom- ,, '

& would characterize her as anything.buta to the various baseball umpires. mend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. -, '

} : "fighter." Miss Tonkin and Miss. The reason for this is that they know STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN '

; r .tlielr Saved HI Wfe.J. there is no danger from it, and that it .
Charlotte Dee, .with escorts, :were .. ..
..,W.Davenport, Wingo Ky. writes always cures. There ia-nAt the least danger '
from In :
1 returning a fishingtrip two
; 'Jane 14th, 1902:,"I want to tell you I believe in giving it, anc| for cough, colds and

: .autos. Miss.,Tot. ktn,with .her rod keptteasing" Ballard's Snow Liniment'' saved mv croup it is unsurpassed. For sale by Red

her friend in.the .auto: ahead., life. I was under the treatment of two Cross P.harmacy.K.ILLTH.COUCH. i SAYANNAIIBALTIMURE &

'j At last Miss'Dee In self protection took doctors and they told me one of my longs : PHILADELPHIADirect : '

was entirely and the other af
gone badly
ber. escort's pole;and, leaning: back over. _
; fected.. I also bad a lump on my side. I ...
'. the seat, gave battle to the girl bebindlThe don't think that I could have lived over # ,J .

escorts maneuvered the machines two months longer I was induced by a AND CURE -THE LUNCS .--- Connections forWashington t : .

lr ao well as tocall forth encomiums friend to,
from'both tilters, and the little incident The first application gave me great relief WITH
two fifty cent bottles cured me sound andwglL DrKing's' _,New York and Boston \
gave Miss Tonkin the. Idea of the utoTIlting' : It is a wonderful medicine and I \ ,

club," which was the' Inception recommend to suffering humanity." _

;" ,of scores of clubs now being formed allover Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy and EauGaille Haw Discovery .

_c. the country wherever the girls are Pharmacy, Eau Gallie, Fla. .
Through tickets on sale at principal points. ;. .
ih lively and In for a good time, 'which Price ',

: means all the way from Maine'to Cali FOR CONSUMPTION 50c &$l.00 Accommodations and, cuisine unsurpassed.SEND _
Kmlt Waistcoats For Men. J
= Free Trial.
Eastern girls have taken up thesport :
"Knitted; double breasted waIst- FOR BOOKLET. .:
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i with ardor; and California can coats of a wool and silk mixture will Surest and Quickest Cure for all \ i, .-

show some devotees of jousting tournaments THROAT and LUNG !TROUBLES
be 'the this said travel-
thing' fall a
too. or C.l''l
big salesman at the Coates House In
H. Agent JacksouTilie. .
Auto tilts are Intensely exciting. The ,
Kansas City the other morning to a reporter .
lances are :of lightwood, fifteen feet
of the Kansas City Star. "Dark J. C. WHlmY, 2d V. P. A: '1'.., W.P.TDRHEH.O.P.A.,t
and with soft
= long, are fitted a big
colors with polka dots and plain colon .
leather pad on the end. In the
.very In deep reds and blues'will be the TAe Most Fafcaife Sit of Yacht and Boat- GENERAL OFFICES., BALTIMORE, MD. .
center of this Is rubber
pad a affair dldi-r Books tttr PMlJlislud.RUDDER
vogue. The waistcoats will have abroad .
: which may be filled with air just u ----

z one.fills punching' bag. Thus while roll lapel that buttons closer up
a .,.
,' the pad Is firm It Is not hard enough .to. than" the other.' waistcoats of this sea- HOW-TO .BOOKS '

s do any ertOUllnJurY: son. Florida East Coast Railway i
4k .
Over;oco boats have been built from the lines :
Judges watch the conflict; When 'a printed in these books-Successfully sailed in I

"knight" receives 'a well planted and Marshall Field justly says thaf it is every clime and upon every sea-FuU detail
of all what it is and
4 effective. thrust which. sends her over hard .to stand prosperity. But everyone bow drawing to make itT parts eJl.t showing extremely simple. Local Time Card No. 62. Corrected to Sept 1,1N5. I

i the back of her seat or out at the side Is willing to try it HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50 .

'she U summarily' called off. the field U foot KOV mtlxMt Lurk;e* y to build;frame*.1I1B! CO ,
MothersWho iweep; good ndg boat for a boy to learn the bminmi in. SOUTH.SOUND-READ DOWN. NORTH-BCUMD-BEIO UP. 1
t and defeat Is her portion. _Another .
; their children in HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA
knight'may be set upon by two ene- would keep good Bne bolt for iftcrnoon sailing or knocking about fa I'
health should watch for the first ..., No. 99 No. 29Daily STATIONS No.Dally 1SlN.. <-
torn iful wherever" built
hates each side hut symptoms mOIl UM su i' ;ilOup or IS'fit I
one on of and them' with ; tubp.anaandp+ota.raaCeomplet.dboda.HOW I Daily Daily !
.ed.forces ,too for,her shegl'ves worms -, -
;prove many, White's Cream Vermifnge. It is the chi TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP 5 00 9 40 a Lv __._..Jacbntvlllf>M _..___ Ar '100 p .50. -
a quick command to her chauffeur dren's best tonic. It digestion Host rocwssful rainy machine ever designed; a pria II 07 PI p J 48 __.-So.. JneksonvHk,___ Lv a U P 843a .
get at "inner in Aiuenca,A i*sod Australia; "*y to build;ion al aj" ..
and retreats In disorder to gain to win with.HOW Clip1653p 10 M _...._St.Augusliue. -.__ 5 W I' 'I 4G a -
work so that their food does them good 11 31 al" ___,,._Ha"Unjt1.. ... _...._ 4 U 6 U a ::
later prestige in another part of the and they grow up healthy and stronir. TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH e _710p .11: ..-..-.-- Ea..t PnlatkaPalntka. ---.-- 43&p'I'i..624s .

field. ...Gradually"the number of "dead" Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy and Eau Simple and"an/.....tor. neveral bow otter toconstructalauncihallturneewith jJaDi. 98 7 35 p 12 ii ai"'.. ____ .__H._ Lv;! pi! G & 0: ; .

Tr' or "captured" knights watching the Gallie Pharmacy, Eaa Gallic Fla. HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA 645 pbtfp 11 2 i a Lv .FalaUa. .._.......... Ar600p!;__ 8 55 a C I

Cm ail tronnil rniisin:: boiti good cabin exce&ea! : 2 00 pAr!! _.-Man )lIt\o-O_.............. Lvi| 310pAT '_ __ .a
battle from afar larger and larger ;
grows viler; suitable tier niiaiiuw wat n. EO j)' 8 OJ a.Lv ?...?.._._.Ban Mnteo...._?__ |_a_ 5P 750 a ;' .
ltz '= till it far outnumbers those still For Oer Sixty Tear HOW TO BUILD SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOPA 9 y 12 3i pLv| H____.. NeuJ:1\ .......___.__ Lv 3 :'p 66(1 r ,
left "alive." Toward the end the coo- Mrs. Windows' Soothing has elver lulls tailing boat,With moderate OTerlusgt 99and S03p1247pL" ........_.._._Bunn."lls ___ .. 3 41 p 638 a. .
Syrup plan. 810 P 125S: p _____..Dupont................... 337 p310p 5 t9
/tr teat becomes wildly exciting especially been used for over sixty years by millions 841p853p 12Sp139p d ........... .....?Ormond<< ____ 4 59 all 't,
: if it be known that the winners are expected of mothers for their children while teething HOW TO to tadd BUILD A FLATTIE OR the SHARPIE .. _.___.Dayt .na_?..._._....... .. 300p230p 4474M a
Easy ;everything straight;just craft for a boy
with It soothes the Io wilt built 9 01 P 1 51 p ."_".._Port Orange Y 6U P al 1 "t
perfect success. begat can be cheaply eitner sloop or cat rig
; very
to celebrate their victory by a 925 p _215 pAr ..._.__ New Smyrna...._.__. .: 4Ueiop '
child, softens the gum, allays all pain, HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHT o
theater party or dinner at the expenseof 3 44 .. ,_Lake HeleD .__ Lv 12 ufJ .11i
10 21 a pAr
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wind colic and is the best A complete description of bow to build a model;alao linoif ., n
remedy .
cures ._ _.
10 39 a 3 55 Orange Cltl 1133 pi"
the losers.. It often happens that akin med iu nil at tuoJeU.PRICE Trains ?? .. P
for diarrhoea. It will relieye the poor .' 10 45 a 4 00 PI' .......Or nge City Juncton_ 1230: P I 45 p ,

.ply two opposing knights out of the lit tie sufferer immediately. Sold by drum $1. onTrains -9 35 p :2 25 pLv .... .?._-New Smyrna.... Lv -:2 2016i P 405a e ;
half dozen or more on each side who gists in part of the world. Twenty- EACH 10 00 P a 51 p .. ___. .....Oak Hill.Titusville.-__.._ P 319 a300a .
10 39
3 30
continue p ? --- .. .p :
may have begun are left to five cents a bottle Be sine and ask for ,
Bound In cloth-Gold lettrrin*-Size of pagt 9 00 a Z._|Ar __.__... Sanford ..____ Lv a 10 00 a900a I '.
: the struggle op the field,and these will "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, and 9 ty 12 inches-Larfie,clearly.irawn plans. .. ,1000 aLv, ---- Sanford ....__'_."".' Ar ......*. O
=::;; :;;:: =
fight bravely on till one or the other receives lake no other kind. 10 39 P. -; Lv __ Tit 18\1I1tt H._'.""" Lv 1*p 3 00 a
her "death thrust"'.or gives THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. Carson 1118 P 340)p+ .__.?..__...Cocoa-..__._-- 12 34 P 2 19 a
up .. 3H
from sheer exhaustion. 1163 P 4 U _..._..._..Ea Gallie...____ 'I 11 61 a t a a 3a
This latest form of sport has proved &*n to _>?The Kind| Yu Rave Bsight8tt4tare &nd postal for Catalogue of Books for 12 05 a 464 p" ......_._..?Mplhrturnp__.__ .... n Ii a,' 134 a
Yachtsman's _
Library. -17 Sebastian 1104
12 515
; pfi23p ---? ?? H. ? aI, 61 a
'that It requires' undoubted skill and 139 .. .........?._...8t. Lueie_.___. 1U11 1:1: 00 D
that It Is not only splendid physical exercise of ----. 155 a ai 6 i5 Pi" ___Fort PI/'rce...._"..._ .. 10(5 allies p 5"
2 1H a 1 7 Oi .?.-............ Tibbals..?.- -- :11.I a''' 1132p V) A
but that It quickens every fac 2 23 a 7 12 PI" "" ._'_'._ Ede"9 2d a 11 18 p 'it
; 22 717 p ...__. Jensen, ... 9 21 a, 11 N
ulty., The'eye must be alert, clear and .m'M Upa
.... ... .... Stuart .. '
2 39 al 7 28 p" ? -- ? --- 911 ;11 01 p 'C i
t steady, every muscle in the body must THERE IS MONEY IN SleepingCars 3 O1* 7 56 .It" __..H"be Sound?.?_ 8 42 &: 10 86 p .. _
be in prime working,order' to dodge 3 27 a, 8 14 '' '.__.""West Jupiter_ .-_ II 24 a 10 is p I
4 04 a H 51 p1P.'l"\ __..West Palm Beach.__.__ 7 4tl! A! 9 4S pI p ,.
and meet an opponent's thrust to counter 4 32 a! V ....... .......Boynton .. .. 7 20 a'' ,
.thrust, and eye body and brain GROWING GINSENGProf. 442 a 9 21* p' .: .?.......... .....Betray .-....-...---_ 7 10 &.J1' P II 3n..
6 31lt''! )0 2Il'j" ........__Fort Lauderdale .- __ 6 H a Slip804p
must work quickly and harmoniously.I : 6l6aUI30p: ___..__._.... Dftnli............._.... 610 A' i
The 'is carried on In a standing Buffet 5 ill a' 10 42 p'' .................Hallandale., ,. 5 a4 a, 7 4p -I' 'iii. .
sport : 6 24 &i 11 07 pi"! _._ __Lorn- City............_. S'4 a 729 00
position and merely to preserve one's Howard, of the Missouri State Agricultural College says: "I G 35 a 11 IS p'Ar ............._...... Miami..... .............. Lv2.i" It' 72') PI P "' .
advise American farmers to cultivate Ginseng. Big profits are realized.It .
; j---
t equilibrium In a plunging reeling machine --I
is a hardy plant and is easily grown."-A bulletin issued by the Daily Dally
r is no easy matter. The constant Pennsylvania State College in part says: "The supply of native Ginsengroot Ei. I HOMESTEAD EXTENSION Ex.

l, play of the body makes the waist sup is rapidly diminishing, and the price per pound is correspondingly -Sun. -,I Sun. ,

pie and strong In a way thab discounts increasing, while the constant demand for the drag in China stands ask 8 00 a\\ ._..?....:Lv ...........-.- Miami .......__.__. Ar,.. ''' -380p .
Debartcan movements entirely and is guarantee of a steady market for Ginseng in the future."-Consul Gen- 10 33 a.._........:Ar ..._......_..IIomrstead?.___... Lvl......_-'' 100 p'I :y aI

most efficacious in strengthening the eral Rublee, of Hong Kong, says fn the U. rf. Consular reports: "The
rca sale of Ginseng foot in America is large here and the demand I No. i; I e
arms and shoulders. The spice of real grown very 231N.2.1 Dly No Xa 20
danger In the game lends an added In- is so great; that much more could be disposed of advantageously.The X0a.lly'; ".X. I j M.U'PORT BIASCII Dally 18 fiun.
is the four hundred million 'is Only Sun. + Only J
terest for enough of the elemental surf root as indispensable to Chinese as onl"l I '-- 'kNo.

vives In 'the modern girl to make her their rice. -; ;; 1010 a, 6 OO.I'---! ;; ;;: !I Ly _..Jacksonville.....?. Ar 7 45 a 12 80 p r

positively enjoy the risk:: Ginseng is a staple on the market the same as corn, wheat and cot 208 P 10111 al 1ms i. 82Ha.Ar _So. rk.nTt'le. _... LT 7 87 al12 21 P Mp480p':;, w_
2 fO 10 50 a 40 I", 8 59 a i" -Publ. N 'at:h-..._ 7 OS il
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Probably the most thrilling.and spectacular ton. The present market price varies from $6.00 to $8.50 per pound Oi __Atlantl. Israeli __ a 1 ai -
245 I' 10 s:; a//6 -I'i: I'i Y a 7 00 a 11: 45 j
i feature of automobiling is the while the cost of producing is less than $1 50. It is easy to grow and 3 00 P 11 10 a 00 p1, 9 2J a o j.. .....-...Mayport......... 6 i3 .|' u90B a 44Sp 1W5-
Battle of the Knights," when two requires very little ground. An acre of matured Ginseng is worth -- .-- I--.
$40,000. There is room in one's garden to grow several hundred dollars' .
lines of fighters approach each other. worth each year. The plant thrives throughout the United States and PENINSULAR: AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI
k y : On each side there may be anywhere
Canada in any soil or climate that will grow garden vegetables. We sell

I from .ten knights upward. The greattlte' roots and seeds for planting purposes, and can show you how to make Miami with
Connection Made at Steamships of the
r er uumber the greater the fun. money growing Ginseng. There are two planting seasons, spring and P. & 0. S. S. Company )Far.

t,' Several girls have had severe falls fall With each order we give full instructions how to plant and care HAVANA AND

= but the most serious one came not long for the garden. You can get a good start in this business for a small KEY WEST.

; ago In a tilting match between Miss outlay and soon have a nice}income. Send two-cent stamp today for ______ .
literature telling all about this wonderful industry.BUCKINaHAM'S Tables show the limes nt which trains
These Ttmp
' Tonkin and Miss Swift, two eastern may be ripccti to tttrlve
} I from the seTI'ralI UOII:!, but their il.'p.--rri. at the tini,' as and depart
t t girls who.follow the :sport on every nor la thin COD-any to be heal resixmsll/lo lor filly u..yturaD1 Mqk'QgeaC@I rtated.b.. not cuann +
's opportunity. It looked as if Miss Swift -OA&CI&hereflOlR

,rsx. _, ought to be a certain ,victor;.'for 'she GINSENG GARDEN

s"/5'- vwaa the larger girl and so had the advantage'0 For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

Wl'> '. ( weight' But skill counts GROWERS AND EXPORTERS "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

(: L"-" for:'more than weight in auto tilting

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y: > ?ti ; Iai use for over r30 ;years, has:borne the signature of f ki

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JJI''N .. ,McCail Cln 1tted'tbai'h ia4 ;
>>;- go'roa strlke: A11I.'the''>otherprlntingh'adea' .
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nents trifle with the health of
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.. '<'. ;,>t(; et I : deriMcCaU. wahsked'toexplnln': ;.the' I t 'RdJG; I''U 5 I' >What CASTOR

/'. <.." .,. ,lt uotGenera afladavit made'by.Casbler Banta:of the '. is SNM

.. .storthe. ,presi, tfie state:officials'of nltari'-n*'Uphold 'Divorce." '

,,"::'...", t.7 dates, .. :and..thsl .Texat6. '; tbi: effect;that Do contributions -: During the:"conference of.:the..Unita. .Castoria" l fa a' harmless substitute> for ,castor' 'OD,.'Bare- ':,,. *l

.\&\ t!!uId!reg". had;been paid. (:the:Republican clan ,ehui-ch at'Atiantic'City an effort '. ., gone, Drops :and ,Soothing ,Synipi It is Pleasant It -. w JAI
'':P-V'I. ;;'placerand.} take.. campaign fund,,,He-'said:that the'Tex: was made',io' paes.a'resoluuonnrequirlug .: ;contains .neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic '::. %1t

4p' in- the-electioMit' as'officials. been-allowed to iispecttnOooks .all :Unitarian, ministers tif" refuse ftubstancet Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms t ,'_,

j>; leaa'ep ', i ,: ofLl *;company,;bet that no .to marry :di,-" 'and;allays Feverishness.; .It cures Diarrhoea and "WindCollcl .- uiva:

J, .there ,He'did'notbelleve' that the,Tex- .It was opposed imd..Flat 1ency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the .', */
.: ,aaT offi'ialstveie:iititled':to.this Infer : .. :
attiTTtnde :
oWl its : by., the Rev,Anna % Stomach and Bowels and natural ..
giving healthy sleep
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mation, bid: personally he ,.claimed to I
ward.t1 .f ; G. ,Spencerof .
'PanaceaThe.'Mother's .
'..police:outrages-, 'have .had hia.nothing cashier to :do' #rith:: the, aftVdajrit ,New York ITie: Children's_ .. Friend.' : ......"c''.':><. : C .

i'.i",r..General. ...... Go,." of ." ? { and by Carroll / :
3. ':3.!:";!;ti-4f.mezanived' 'alN"eW The' affairs:'of}J.Mutuai' Life were- D Wright who GENUINE, CASTORIA ALWAYS.; ;: :: ..: ;r:1-- j ;
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"*=, York, again under ,the probe, 'and .it'; was insisted 'that .fJ '/ -- ,: .M"T1-; : f:

;wberean: 'an 'In." 'brought;:out;that.the son, -President t; "a sensational' ':Scare the Signature of .. -\S"':"v5-*:'> :,:, < l"
McCurdy had'received annually'f 121.OOOIn' ,- '' !
: ,, \.,: ft h:1ew".he"'d .; press had work- ; i. :
:;!:r-' -", sharedCuban, salaries:and commissions for the ed up sentiment ..,

,_:,; .0'i.f f"S:- ;;.: yj.)1berty .to be;i.udgerwere last fifteen- years 'aid also:that'a: soninlaw za against : if ,
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: 1 : corrupt. : ,' Thebaud, had mad $50,000 a even the proper fz4tur; .. ;-
,leaCpnd poise!forces re: year'o> :more'.by his .'connection ,with divorce of *

'. t;&.\ ._1 thngB.He said: thengersauert peo-_ Raymond& Ox,:apntjttIi: ';Mutual Carroll D. Wright. mismated coupies. -, f I':
; for, the metropolitan' district The ." this '
their' a'1if&thatauffragewaa After a compromissorial resolution '

..,.$.. killed. :. younger McCurdy had also,received. a' was passed calling upon ministers -, The KhiUou: Have c" ;

_rdi f,be,,bad,epm&to seek commission from the foreign,business, 'to make careful discrimination between Always Bought ; 5'j

", "intervention.tTfiJfo ; ; : :) which he organized., The connection' .worthy:and unworthy divorcees.. >

,' "' .t"Y.t:. ...:. For':..'. -Hungary'- .,. of the! ,was Mutual also with brought campaign oat contribution vby' the- Wrestling Instructor For, Church. In Use- For Over 30, Years. '.t-, *4j.j

,". tie ;;d via'that the;' statement'of Warren;F.'Thummel, the The Rev. John L. Scudder of the JerseyCity .,"c ecimuii eeMMNv. TT HUMIUT mm MW TOW GIft. s ,
ta''ai1'intervew Thin.lees First Congregatlonalist church t" :. .cr .
'th"the : '
legal 'representative of. the "
company .
: ,
has engaged John Harvey, ,the'profes- i'
/1 ejehry. had empow. that had :' 1E
he :
personally given $2,500 to sional wrestler, as athletic instructorin / -.
tW t'atIneEtucarry:; but the 'ele Chairman Babcock; of the. Republican .e >t
which is adjunct
'. the People's palace, an
.., :.1LrnIngary; ; ?Oa 'the baste of aipatveraalI1 congressional committees The,reason:
of the church. Mr. Scudder offers Do You Want to Know All About the J
." ... rigeyi.i.have i. advanced ,by >Mr. Babcock, as; 'Mr. to let-Harvey wrestle with all comers ,
'''i! :>:, ,g occurred. at Thummel remembered. it, for asking .
:: as Innocent entertainment for the
:_II ..'"'$ohernia;: ;cad"Bruenn. in. 11 0iJ. these contributions was that there was' /
.. of the.
.F$evftL;hundred'perIODS 'were"lured Some danger of the election of a DemcKcratic young. .church.. EAST COAST OF FLORIDA? ..
Gift Missions
to Explained.In
"i l ,:and several" of .tl emt.i..t" house and,consequently a possibility' .
*- to the board of .
offering $50,000
3 :
.. f F J: of tariff and other legislation .
; '
;,, business"Gould foreign missions of the Congregational- Especially regarding Fruit Growing,Trucking and
Ml gevrUiilrsity:Closed.. "likely to disturb 1st church'for the use of Annatoli college General,Farming? If so, subscribe for the........... '

,;: T & uhtdeatd;6f; the great. Russian Puts Ramsey Out in Marssavon, Turkey Dr. D. K. '

4lal ? !.l Moscow: ''not being satls- The board of directors of the Wabash Pearsons,of Chicago explained how the FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.

."!WIthjjhe_ grant,9f iitonomy which railroad in session at New ,Yorkt formally money was accumulated by him and '

J.'-;ide'administratlon in the bands removed J. Ramsey. 'Jr, as president asked if it would be regarded as taint- PRICE 25 CENTS PER ANNUM. ; '.' iISSUED t

>:'y ; GorI;,and professors the;;unlverclosed. of the company pursuant to the ed. He said he acquired the first $10- ONCE A MONTH. SAMPLE COPY FREE.

:> ...:- !! ( ." desire of George J.*Gould. and elected 000 by sharp bargains and rigid economy :A.DDRESS,
"' ;f't Ramsey's place F. A. Delano, president twelve This stock be-
DisapproveWitte. years ago.
":1 ,
:. fr honored* by the czar who'then of the Wheeling and Lake Erie sides paying him ,good Interest could
:1: .. This move in the fight for the controlof '
'f be sold for $50,000. The
him. title of count, M. now money
': f .i the; _. Wabash'was to
the keep .

; .. !tii-jpeace.great envoyy coldness, continues by the totlfeated1'wftli Mr: Ramsey from presiding at the was Dr. accepted.Pearsons hi a subsequent inter- John Stetson University .j !S t
called of the board at Toledo.for
view said the of "tainted money"had'
{ 4pf Bt* PetefSburg.. ,On Oct. 5towgzeonndl cry
Oct;; 10.The reason given forRamsey's -
become .the rallying of the <
jected.a motion.Nevertheless cry DE LAND FLA
; -
., had -
dismissal that he-
was ..
the drone and the discontented -
Socialist .
his -
... In .. apient openly attacked the company In his ;
had With The of
is expected. member of society" and become Affiliated University Chicago
as premier
': ,
suit Mr. Gould and his associ-
< ';I..ff-1i':<"' t ..,....."" :oJ against concentrated on one man ,who is held
.. '. ates. Mr. Gould' himself presided afthe up to ridicule-namely Rockefeller. He COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-The standards are those of the University of Chicago.StetBon's r
,;;< .'. ; :! 1 meeting, which was also attendedby graduates receive their degrees from both Stetson and Chicago. -
;INDUSTRIAL showed a letter he had received from ;
"ft i --- Mr. Ramsey, the latter protesting COLLEGE OF LAW Graduates of this College are admitted to practice law in Florida
: : : : i Mr., Rockefeller In which the sentiment without examination. ; s
the action taken.LAB.OR.
..t'MSLfiJkCapp'o'lony against of Lincoln was quoted "With COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY-Mechanical, Civil Electrical Engineering and Manua.lTraining ;

., ; malice toward none and charity for courses leading to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipment ( ;
',!'Ibe annonncement'that..-- ,OIJtlons.have I I ill-" COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all its branches. Bookkeeping by best methods. :'" :'::' '
k bee :.. eu i\on.: 30,000,000 acres invfIiodbweatern $150,000 For Y. M. C. A. Elective courses open in other Departments Large Faculty and commodious. building. ), /

;, Karoo Cape Colony, PREPARATORY ACADEMY-Graduates prepared to enter Harvard, Yale, Princeton }.
': lA'Jt cs;,Ja believed. to confirm the Cash Register Men Disciplined.The Miss Helen Gould has promised to Cornell, Michigan, Chicago and all first class Colleges. \,

I Jj. itte pUlCovery of extensive depos-i National Cash Register company give $150,000 for the construction of a NORMAL AND PRACTICE SCHOOL-l.Kindergarten in its own building. 2. Primaryand
railroad Young Men's Christian ,Association Grammar School in separate building. This School especially prepares Public School 7aaehers. ]
has been
--i. .', .'JJi'tbAt--. region.1dsaecaWoria;' of Dayton 0. which as building at St. Louis, the fact I;

For'Japan. an example of generous considerationfor being announced at the twelfth international MUSIC SCHOOL-A 10000.00 pipe organ, a dozen pianos, separate building, large faculty .
that Sir the welfare of its employees, dis- "
from thorough study.
Kobe courses
._ r'dispatch says
conference of the railroad department .
r: ,Wila'lAnnstrong -& Co. of England, missed 300 men for failing to obey an ART SCHOOL-New ptudio. Costly casts,models, etc. sr
ad- of the Y. :M. C. JLt Detroit.
; ibipbuQden and ordnance manufactur- order to assemble and listen to Stetson has a faculty of 48 professors and instructors. They hold degrees from the University
will be' memorial to
f.:',T Qve".ecepted an invitation fromrtt1minfatry dresses made by the company officials The building' a of Chicago. flarvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania, Bryn
jr: ;;: establish on the labor situation. The order followed Miss Gould's father and will accommodate llawr, Bucknell, University Michigan, Dennison and other Universities. There are over
"of marine to 4
1,800 men. 300000.00 in buildings and equipment;nearly a quarter million dollar endowment; an endow '
heels of refusal to grant
Iii A site has on the a ed of volumes beautiful with stained |
:'bllach.;works Japan. library over 13,000 ; a chapel costly furnishings including :
._: bed ehosennear: Hiratsuka. the demand for Increased J wages. Why Churches Should Advertice. glass windows, 7 oil paintings, a$10,000 pipe organ;a gymnasium with complete apparatus;
enclosed athletic field, track, tennis courts, baseball diamond and be. ,
: { t" Labor Bank. The Rev. C. F. Resiner 'of Denver, an running gridiron .' ;
.s\tab Ertoind\ Ohio, .Canal. Organized the Christian sides swimming, golf, rowing and other sports; separate buildings for men and women; five a
:... < 'taken at Plttsburg Once again an effort has been madeat Colo., writing Central I large laboratories for Chemistry, Physics, Bacteriology, Mineralogy and Biology; several A ,
; 1l'be'.Ir t: tep'.was with the Chicago to organize a bank for the Advocate; urges advertising' as a large museums and shops; electric lights, electric bells, steam heat, cement walks, shell'_
:\ connecting Lake Erie of labor unions. The Commonwealth means of booming church attendance roads;broad avenues. spacious campus. shrubbery and trees; social literary, musical and other
:Ohio and':Mississippi rivers when theCl&MctoXpf use : has and church work. His reasons for this students'; clubs; star lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching.. The location u F ,
and bank '
the Lake Erie and Ohio Trust Savings beautiful and healthful, and the expenses are low. ..' .1' f
; de- been chartered for this purpose, and are first' that it shows life and enthusiasm For catalogs, views, folders and information, address the President, z 4 "
t-4;IttyeriSnlpbulldlng'; ; Canal company It is on the part of the church; .
Med'io go;over the route in person. directorS have this been the chosen.first of a chainof proposed second, that theology has changed soas LINCOLN HULLEY, A. 11., Ph. D., DeLaml, Fla F ,'
officials of to h
Einief>fflbe Joined by the third because
The for to fit present problems; "
banks. reason
Canal union
tbo i OUo. and Pennsylvania Ship It will reach men where they *
-- different this move is said to be that union
:;': 08ipany.: to consider two live; and fourth, will mix religious a
;" .teg<:. .,The cost'of, the canal, which money is often used to ,oppose the thoughts with other things. Dr. Resiner SBABDARD.AIRLINE ;.* ;
? : the working class for higher
be'about miles long, Is expect- straggle
:ti1J1[ 105 urges the constant use of the daily ,
: to,reach $30,000,000. wages and Justice. newspapers, such as novel sermon

"".....,,>,. Mail Drivers Win Strike. topics, abstracts of sermons, picturesof E.AILV7.A.Y -r \

ud The strike of the New York mail church events, etc. He thinks that .

: I-'P-..'I. .COMMERCIAL- I wagon drivers ended Just In' time toprevent the city churches can afford to use -FOR- "" '\. ."

," <"N the termination of the con space In magazines and even goesso **i

". ENiv d. Bari New'York Life tract with the government and the Introduction far as to suggest the use of posters Savannah, Columbia Southern Pines, ,

.; 'and Insurance Commis. of a new contractor. At and bill boards. Besides all this he ':'
-Comptroller Richmond Washington Baltimore. 't':
\\1:adoner Davis ,bf Nevada bas revoked the lust moment the New York Mail advises the O<'casionaluse, of vest pocket t?,

J:: tU :jlcenae. of .the New York Life In- company made an agreement with the cards and post cards. Philadelphia, New York, I -, t

a gurauce company to do business In the drivers for an increase in wages and Vatican Wants Allowance.A ,

S:3 irtate; the order holding good as long asMcCajTand recognition of the union. pamphlet recently published' with .

r Perkins are officials of the Berlin Strike Extended.The the approval of the pope or the church TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. '

'",.'".comPlD1.- strike of the electrical workersat authorities at Rome urges i duty of :
,&p W-Pre8Went:: John A.McCail of the NewBi8YorLife total number of men out was 38,000. allowance of $650,000 annually provided ;

was again the star witness Nearly enough men were obtained to by law after Rome was taken S
at in 1870. This allowance with bank MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
the going.
K| before' the 'Armstrong commltU-e keep two-thirds of cars
be Interest now amounts to over 20.
admitted .
he Strikers.The .
l"Ji.t1Ne1f York, when Women to Replace
million dol- 000,000) ) as the money heretofore has ONLY LINE
than half a
;l. ; hId"patd more employing printers of Chicago
been treated as tainted by sacrilegious
I to
*l_:;+of ..oreventing the tegtota- are enrolling young women as pupils Masons and Liberals of Italy assert
legislation by the to $18 a \
: from $12
ihlDfa! lie who that the appropriation has been out.lawedby reservations call .
states. For full information and sleeper on any Seaboard
N'Wf York and This is said to be their latest agent, orwrite ; "
week Its refusal.
'S Sited'that moat of the Insurance leg- the strike of the jobminters. to .. '. ; k
country ,ws move A. 0. MACDONELL, S. C. BOYL8TON Jr. ;
: Jstattanthroudtoot 'the Hamm of the r.
Secretary Often here is a good deal more business ';, ibt"f oWud by people who deUbJ..tIQ'ltr Typotbetae says the plan is full of in a church than there ir religion in a Asst. General P&sengergelt, Passenger Agent.JACKSONVILLE :; .
at'the Insurance compa- will not be- of business FLA *4
ck, because the Women place : .. ;.
of being hope. .. ,
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.' > !ttr., !:; -fe"" .etm.. .; .. .' .DEADLY. .- FETJD $1,50, to $10rsitgr, '--
:!-;'; :: ';:_J.-.: Siindereppait w 4iysr :: t
j Stur ,"oEWeei Petro Beach,'was ,
/ 1riffi'l. &terkMrexECJohn.Mra.Maetaed -'"' .. ,.
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< M End, 'Near St. =
In'Stlhagof Two: : -
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1. : other stintsieitorathave r '-- 'HOUSER"HATIt. .
: V--A*. .r-daughter- -*- ,;>"'* i-iumbe1. t'our young |Jie'enjoyed ,:As the result of a f fend inaugurated in a : 'i' '

.. .: feW, i ; spent aIO1lytrtxeolt. _at. .Cape the1J, ; :Booth squabble three Carter .L, .Q''Q"l. a :ii. ,. .. }
<' ;; """ 'V''i''fli'': '''''f. ''::F'''" If.-\j ride to Georgian&on. W. : e weeksago: George ., t '_. fi .
"'''" <;"';;'?1'"....<_'i-_',!.,': '4.q.._,:.r.;: "'ij.\ J!iq'" 'W' ,. ,,4.--"::!<:' Supday. afternoop.! and 'his brother Edward.are dead and I r=r=r=r-=r=Jr=Jr=l f"r: '.._ :
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I :! "-..'f !t. "- Mrr' Raymond' ; 1SaadcNon'ls_. 't"A A.i While coming to church.SalurdaT'eve. four. of' the... .five: Osteen brothers' implicated EDWINCEAPP'SaBdCROSSETTSF' :3 ; .:-'
i1fil1ese: : .tbeJ.I'4t the Vw Y andzMr.1 :*11* : are in jail in St. Augustine.The '
: ning MrFletchetoetepped' on. a 'gator SI ,:
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t.- were country
:tar'be'jampaCL :
,. ; Ask.. him how, .
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;,, 7 .o."f. leadsjLUarnve'the. -, .. :.begmningof, -'- dance four miles o'ut of the city last Thursday ,$3 to.$6 50 .
;}':f :- closes successful
rrsj.'J', =:School after '
I ,, ,, tlezt .k3j. '' ""- -' Friday .
>k:. :'t. "/, !# i' ......... -ee. ..,. : "ll ',1a''':'>1 >,.; oxioosJ night, When Ed.Carter called one ofthe' .. -
".h -4t; term;
{.S'f ; >wr.: 't.-- the.pupils are waiting
I .i; J J-I :MiOt.D; :Clair Ntebet, : ; Oeteeneout. ;There was a. dispute SciZbS Boa Co 11 "QUEEN QUALHT' ..'i-:
the '
.;' :" """ 1i" :Tg G&W* ..-..,:.:,-In' d'Joe,'E."V-d',' ; rvIs1iedE' to see who '' prize- ", ale' a1d''bt !ilt: 'Pas 3d; when the Osteens .
Fine Shoes for Xadlw .
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{,1 't!it&k. !;.vaie'tbeJendf;.'af i;tte: ;'weefc:;....U'-,-.'T.LSMSigdecboagtiia7fine .: A Daradevirfiide gathered and began shooting, killing the FincClothesMoKersyU ,

.f \\f : !: :mule :'andP."" .: .' Often ends In ft"sad:accident. To 'heal two:Carter boys. Riley.Carter;:the father, MCMf ,vrw. tau $ti,50; &3,50( .. ,

f>,:it a Clair Nisbet m nice buss,.Jp ,'. accidental injuries use .Bucklen's 'Arnica was shot' at but. missed., He was, how t=Jt=Jr=Jr=J =.Ir=Jr Jr=J r;=} =J =.I =.I I =1 _

t: $.,;' -. ;"13, 'St"''J.'O":'/.h" ,1'I,1h 1'.-(; wbobaespentiwo;: Salve., ,"A deep" wound in my loot. from ever, seriously'beaten with a fence picket. These, brands* are recognized leaders,la ityle,fit and BaUb. Sold onlj' by leader.. ...

% f',"_ -::t..i.irbit 't& Stetaon .tafinabherednmtioaind = an accident, writes'Theodore. Schuele, The Osteens escaped, but, four of THE LARGEST UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING OrFLOBIOA
) r here,his gone ,- of Columbus;0.:, "caused;me;great pain. HOUSE ON EAST'.COAfcT .--;- '" -','
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. .f ,;.; ,-t,::' :;: ...enjoy. ;,Mother_ ," Physicians were'helpless,' but 'Backlen'sArnica them came into St. Augustine on Friday. -'
line of that and
! { Complete everything boys
tbern.winter. (expects'to :epandt helm Salve quickly.healed it." Soothe and surrendered to the authorities. men wear

: : : ip: ,;s Ghrietmui holds f e with ber,friend here. and heals bums like:magic.; ,25c.' at Red :The 'missing brother, who i' said to We sell the best that money can buy. -

,r.. :" !_. '. 1; iK:; $ 5g-' ,--- ''-rtrtfe -' '-"* ..-_'_-_-'.-* .' Cross Pharmacy.. ,. have done meet of the shooting, is Jim All goods marked In plain figures, strictly one'price to all .

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r .. 4fix: :; ._. KAC OALLFE J: .. famous filibuster, the Three Friends. TbesheriA' aTt :D iRS A. J3F3BOX A.Ti-JL-TatT
a % Slllfc| : -db1Vhmberlarn'StowaehandLiyd :: Wind accompanied by rain on
i :? li\ii :;\ >, squalls '!
,s .. ':"x. 't ei. ,,Table. e.:' ;For.. sale. by Red Cross. PharCOCOA.V and deputies are making a diligent a
,,... ,"." \3i''iit.! .. .,:s.Jf !' '"""' ."11'..,, >.., ..... .... Tuesday. .search for him. The. Osteen boys, are all JAMES PEITCH AED. President. W.II.BROWN YIee.Preideat.
,,! ."" ';<>"J :BJi',"' 'w''-<,!':':'"'"' ',..-. .'oj>' ,, '" Finer weather and leas rain during the I.young men, with.ages from 19 to 27 years WINSTON S.BEANNINO.:Cashier. '
f Y. "
'. 'c" past week. i The Carter brothers unarmed and

4 ,i. ft ::'Mis8Teniej Singleton' l left; 'for- Arteeia i.r Mr.'Matchett and family are settled in were well: and: &v r.bI1 were known in St INDIAN RIVER STATE BANKi

J"ihi8W: k where she will teach school.yf ..
Mensel for the winter. resided.
I 1! I--i: ': ;! ':, '- -' the cottage ., Augustine, where they The : ,
'' : :'.Hamilton,'the telegraph operator :Moonlight sails are, the correct thing affair has created considerable of a sensa COUNTY DEJosrrony. ';{"

I this"place, left Friday,for his vacation.The.Wise this ,week by the young people at'least. tion. ,' Authorized Capital__.___._._.$100, dub the I Ir Paid op Capital._$ 25,000.00 5
mc&V have rented
rx' ; Guys _
Chadwick Bros. ,.Fish company will --
Average Deposits 1200,000.00 Mi
Girls, if you want red lips, laughingeyes -
r) v ; >rick building next to the town hall and clo e up their'Eau Gallie plant for the sweet breath and good looks useHollister' ,TRANSACTS A "Y :''N

;,: U use_the same for a gymnasium. .
r Rocky Mountain Tea. The General Banking Business. .
ti i t. :r :Miss Flossie Taylor ,came from Mima The steamer Canaveral is being paintedand greatest beautifier known. 35 cents, tea

!:t i? ', ::Friday for..few days' visit with her put into oompleteyrderYfor'the win or tablets. Ask'yonr druggist Largest and Oldest t; n t 1 "l

J' cnptber also to attend the dance Friday Bank on the River. + ,. ;' -
f ter season -
l it. : y. '" evening.Miv Weekly Weather Beport.tT. Exchange Bought and Sold. on All i + -:
built C. G. .
i'f"'>:!I" A being by !
f' A {. t:< '': .Oreer returned on Wednesday < .8.DKFABTMSUT Of AOYICC1.TtT&Z W.ATHKEB0B1AU. Foreign Countries.
is for the Canaveral
t: Redstone at this point service SA
appreciated. Prompt
of last from an extended trip Patronage
week ,
eight .
r k r club l on the Banana.river. politetteatmentandeverytuvorconsistemt _
I 'i1 M 4 i L worth.' He says he enjoyed the trip. to ... JUPITER, Fut., Oct.17. 19M. with conservative banking granted.COBBESPONDENTS 1- --- 'J"
The yawl J. W. Booth owned by the
Jd l... ., /the fullest eztent possible.The Comparative statement of temperatures : "" .c ,
.,; .. Chadwick Bro .Fiah company, left for and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday ".
; :;tl dance'on Friday evening at the Empire Trust Company. N. Y, Florida '. Y_
-t points on the lower river this week. 1905 1904 Bank& Trust Company,Jacksonville .
i1 t open house by the ,Wise Gays;: club .was DATI. MAX. 'MIB. MAX. MIH.

.. ...). ,". .: cinch enjoyed by those present., Music Launches and motor craft are gettingin Oct- 1L 89 73 84 = 77 TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.SCREENS'.
12. 82 73 82 74
i line with'the. .inspectors by adding
; .was furnished by :the,Titnaville orcbestra .. ; 13. 82 73 83 75
4 and until ,a bite lights and horns to their equipment. 14. 84 75 80 73
dancing was kept
: up '
E- if! ,, "
: 15. S5 78 80 73
in ,h
1 .tot-",:-!.. .Aour. .Three large alligators were noticed ." 16. 85 75 79'+ 72 : I
.fv:',; : the Ban Gallie river on Tuesday last., /' 17. 83 70 75 72
: KOCKLKDGK They were seen from the county bridge. Total rainfall for the week. 0.42 in.

F t':'' Mrs..Shaw and Mrs. ,Gould, of Cocoa, Mr.'Ed Braddock will be ordered to Departure. rainfall for the week minus 2.00inches. For doors and windows; i", 1

4 ,. were. calling,. 'in Rockledge, Wednesday 1 Fore Pierce in the interests of the barrel Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, minus : .

: East: fcctory of A. P.-Edge & company, at Eau 0.30 inch. H. P. HARDIN, covered with any wire... :( i" ;
t : .
r Mr. and Mrs.. Tom Gibbons, of Courte- Gallie. Official in Charge.

'i.J 'nay, spent Wednesday in< town visiting Andrews of. Tibbata is. in LUMBER & SUPPLY cb( ; ? !I-
nla ve8. Capt. J. H. Cheated Death. EAST COAST .? .
Eau Gallie this week. The Dixieis ..
f Mr. and Mrs." Dymock, returned on sloop Kidney trouble often ends fatally, but Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material. 1./ !
, anchored in the harbor, of which the by choosing the right medicine E. H.
i 11.- Monday from a three months'- visit to captain is owner. Wolfe, of Bear Grove, Iowa, cheated Eau Gallie Florida. L.
f r: England. death. He : "Two I had .
says years ago
Mrs. Harry U. Hodgson will be homo ,, '
:;/ .Mr. Clarence Boyle, of Sharpes, and kidney trouble, which caused me great f H. B. MAC .
this week after summering at Olean, N. pain, suffering and anxiety, but I took J. ; WALKER. $ .t

Y. ':. : r':2": Mr..Smith, of Somerville' N. J., who will Y. Mrs. Hodgson will: have two ladies Electric Bitters, which effected complete JOHN R. WALKER & CO,
. the winter at Sharpes, were visit I
;; i .. impend her sisters, as guests.this winter. cure. I have also fount them of great
Sunday. benefit in general debility and nerve
r tuginRockledge -
:, ti." \;. Mrs. L G. Gilbert and sonMr.. Arlie, trouble, and keep them constantly on Titusville FI e J
: ,1 L The Ladies' Aid held its regular meeting hand, since I find have a., ,,r.
; will be in Ean Gallie.about the 1st prox. they no equal. :
vy,. the home of Mrs. W. E. Hall on '?
i= at Red Cross Pharmacy guarantees them at
Mrs. Gilbert spent the summer at Odessa,
, r.' Thursday last.. Mrs. Hall served the ladies 50c. '
j; N. Y., with her daughter, Mrs. Mitchell. DRY GOODS
J with chocolate and cake.
' ,h !f.,,_.. The dance in the Indian River Inn hall OASrxwOR.X.A..
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bower and daugh- ,J <
a ;i' ;; last ,week was one of the most enjoy able gear,the V& Kind Yea Haw Always Bough
', Miss Hattie Bower returned to their
': ier, ,
'; of the season. Mrs. McMillan is an ideal
.,/ : ,eorgiana home Thursday. They spent r
hostess.. Substantial improvements are .. CLOTllINQGENTS'
: i;: ; _. the summer in Rockledge and their many
being made to the inn by P. A. McMil "
i N: ,, ;:' friends regret to see them leave.MMATTEKOFHULTH. lan the ,

'', ..i... .t,..,.1... LA POSADAA FURNISHINGS
: t..,;. } \ : t
! :- '.' Mrs. Anna Hart, of Hobe Sound, spent A '' FAMILY HOTEL 1

; :,-.. last week visiting' :Mr. and Mrs. Alex. J. St. Augustine, Florida
if < Goode. SHOES
t1,; Mr. R. W. Goode went to Jacksonville Convenient to Union Depot ,
and all points of interest : : iT4
I ;'U-. Thursday, to be there during President
;...- Roosevelt's visit. Beautifully Located and Open AlMhe-Yeir
Y, : Mr. Grant, of. Hobe Sound, spent a RATES :

)' .: short time in Melbourne lately with his $1.50 and $2.00 per day. ,

; .' brothers, Messrs. Kyle and Cabot. Special rate to families
ai and permanent guests :::
Mr. C. W. Bastine of the
proprietor a
i Bastine Flavoring Extracts, of New York, Mrs. C. Gould, Proprietress t

was a pleasant guest of Hotel Carleton

wEdLi this week; EAST COAST MEAT MARKET "" :8 <.'-= ': : :: : :: :.. : -t,

The many Melbourne friends of Mr. L .

: J. Finch, of Fort. Ann, Xew York, will G. r. DUREI, Agent We want your patronage. :: J

regret to learn of his death, at his northern Our aim is to please YOU =
home. Mr. Finch wife and son spent Florida and j'

& POWDER last winter at Hotel Carleton. While in ? New, Up-to-Date Goods in five : 'i L

Melbourne .he made a number of warm >" < '. l:
Westerilfeats Line. / : : j|
friends, who extend their sympathy to his _

bereaved family.Mr. Mail orders receive prompt :: i
and Mrs. Joseph Williamson arrived '*" ""
attention. : :
4 : A Cream of Tartar Powder, from New York last Friday, where '- :,ii-rvt..;::' 3
; free from alum or phos- they have spent a pleasant summer. They of all Kinds.

llPl e'' .r -phatlo acid nicely settled in the Carleton JOHN R. WALKER & CO TitaiOe! Hi= }

r 4' OYA IAgIW POwDu oo, f'l'ank YosiL .cottage. /where they. pleased- to}see. TITUSVILLE-. FLORIDA. I,1:


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