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:
November 10, 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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Source Institution:
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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; e.i 't ; .;\ &;<}> . : ','.' goods at price. :
"' ;> '<: "-<> orders a specialty.-. -.: __. .t r '* f .. f Imported Sicilians in fall 'weights and I ._. ..,:#.
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C'I;:t 'i< ;, '<'< -' -.-:. :.,.rvvp.1.-. attTrue1 'The" Clothiers, and. Furnishers, i';; Little Happenings' That Help ,to late, Britain highly:,lustrous in all the finish leading, made shades in including Great Gouty Treasurer. Henry Beclf es- I to .t ,

t: Here and'There .TitasvilleFla. ; black and',blue and ,in plaids, ,44 .
,,_:, .'fi.i "-k \,,, ..-.: ,_t-,,,, ....-:'. ", ;...o''''.' '. .._.. 'T pp the Weekly! ieispaper inches wide, worth $1.50 per yard,' at a Male the Change Asked For :: ;;
.tJt 1 }{t { 'Dedication, of Xasonlc Temple'The ,
of 98
, f .. special price Cents. ,
--r"!!i: ,"'x''' B Y. Job"iWW' : 1ier-sM t&pUt of ., recently+ -; < completed" Masonic Mr. W. R. Sanders,.of Indianola, paid Ladies' and children's new and hand :The" honorable ,board of,county corns-. '\

-;- !W"".' ':::rte.hM Friday.. ..nrcn and people Saturday hVre.: '.;neiUngamong!I.w. temple"inTitusville' was formally,dedi.'cafedWednerday'niaht TUB,STAB',office'a pleasant,r call,yesterday..- some jackets and coats ia: three quarter miesioners met :Nov. 6th, at 2 p. m.. .with "4.,..:... ; \:
'Al; f
: p lengths and full from
'f.J some lengths prices ,
1"Y:' the officers of .
: by
"".' '.';<; -rt -' 'Items from Mime are crowded out this full board present.
; .
'I'f!r: .wVrireglad to state that Mrs.'W..pp.V the Grand Lodge of-Florida. week. $3.00. to $20 00.
.should reach :
;_Y f. .;!; t Hiatus;who has been qOlte.1I1 for several. The attendance :at ,this(grand event hot,later Correspondence than Wednesday to secure in-us Ladies' tailor made shirt waists, madeof The minutes of' last meeting of the p-

1t-i: ;t'"a r' .K'\f:!_ s'f"1, : ,attadq. ie iras. probably the largest social gatheringever sertion. good quality of white madras with a board wereread and approved. .j J;
:; pragidl Yreooveringl','; ,!', witnessed in Titnsville new wide cuff, worth $2.50 at a special '!
I a large number Bond of Bicbiird W. Goode as "f"
.1.:;: t: '4>;>; 's"'.' '. l' -! :.. ," r '*, ,'of.-the members of adjoining lodgesat Editor Chftft. H. Walton relnmed home price of $1.79.'_ .
, : < l "r-f4 Turuaeef. .former'.reddent of public, with' Chad. H. Stewart and E. P. .
, a
," -q ,1F'k. ;'ft ; fZ New Smyrna, Daytona,'DeLand,Cocoa last Satnrdayn O DlookiI splendid Blankets and comforts at'an unusually ,
: J: '. rllle1 'DOW re hound and:'other points being present... health after his extended trip'throughthe low price. $6.50 all wool blankets, silk : Branch as sureties, waS approved.The R

k f... )ht 8.04. ;where;he manages a an' ,The lodge was dedicated through'io' 'a North. bound, for $4 98; $4 00 blankets for $2.93; treasurer's report was received
, ;;:?y\" ; .B ive bottling jrorks.' and checked and Messrs. Miot and
$2.00 blankets for $1.59. up
issued; to W. Thos. .
dispensation! :
.Y4 & r :'"" "'''''''' special Mrs. M. Simonson has. ill '
: t.1' i jHk Yd7ormick'_ Master G., Hutchinson .bv M. W. Charles..W. thls..eek'1fuh. attack 'of* n. very but $3.00 comforts covered with handsome Walker were appointed a committee to ;

_ 1'f"': 'It, e'ir :Jaotfvrived h ta this week on a visit to I Johnson;Grand Master of Masons in the with careful nursing an it is fever will silkoline at a special price of $219; $2.50 destroy the paid warrants turned over by
1 U.' ', '" itwialUcket puncher,'CapL'UcOor-1 State Florida, ; and the Grand lodge soon hoped'she. comforts at a special price of $1.89. the county treasurer with his. report.
h4ii.; -i \.1 '_L.1r aLA __&;: recover. .Children's underwear in The treasurer had attached a certificate
"'''' {MJr !<;; ._.*'" t'9l; UMJQaUIU. ,division.DdrTBtakWalker was assembled in the Bobbins building, cotton or
.."' 'f rl/f'i\'jf': 'Wr then,marched in procession the. hall, Mr. WT M. Brown came up from MI- wool,at prices that I assure you are more showing that the'amoon' his report ..
.i:1 $ (:} '; ;oflJackeonville, where the Grand Lodge was opened in ami on the early morning train last Friday than right '. called for was on'deposit in the Indian;

1 k fl ,,:'arrived.. ,Titoaville last Friday, and form with the following grand,officers: having been called home by the illness Ladies' sweaters-again we have received River State bank to his credit as county

"" !i :,,, -&etayed,?aDdlonday afternoon when Tbos. G.,Hntchinson u'Grand Master of his wife. a big lot of them, colors ,white or treasurer.
.1 YbeaidMnlWskerreturned: to their red, handsome designs this ispositively Permits to carry pistols were issued to
. garment
f'[,:. *%: Il-home IjJackeonville.MWlu: ; Geo. Paddison as Dep.t'Grand MasterW. Capt. C. F. Fischer not improved the : JtO. Simmons
worth $2.50 at persons ,
a special priceof following
: ; 4- E. Sea Grand : .
t'i. ;jlj."U' : : -- Balloagh as Warden much from the attack of fever of last Geo.
J. S. C. Houston.
;!;--tl; ;: "..- H. Hall returned home the R.N.' Andrews as Jnn'r Grand WardenW. week, but it is hoped that improvementwill 11.49\ Bryan,
: sheets and The clerk's report of taxes redeemedor
tt {'e :.4II&1N tof'be"weet from Sebastian, B. Sanders as Grand Treasurer noticeable. Readymade pillow saaesrat '
"'c ."rehedlhe"work of assistingr I an unusually low price. purchased during the month of Oct.,
;,JU4 F. A. Morgan. Grand Seeretary'
.:li:''''<>'; :< '.;;.4 Sr;:;!;&i'''.''.-_.:'-' r:R. ,G. Hardee. with. the .A. D. Penney as Grand Chaplain Mrs. A. A.. Monroe and two children Ladies' readymade night gowns, made 1905, was received.

: j.t; 3": Dew ttu hoou ot6i Locie,_ county:' Geo. M. Bobbins as Grand Orator' and her young friend;Miss Spencer, ar- up of an excellent quality of cambric; Report of A. D. Penney of list .of
.:,.. }dZ" !>Y"7"C- ""' L. ,' rived this week to spend the winter inTitusville. very beautifully trimmed with embroidery licenses published was. received and fil- .
'\t"'i. P. J. Hall. Grand ArchitectF.
\ Drag
1 : \., 1: .} "Dlt. J.:WTtiylotuidMies Elba : M. Taylor Grand Marshal i from Benton, Fla. V neck,. worth $1.50, Monday only, ed.Pension .
; Ifi,: t.'j: ; ottbia pIace;were.quietly married Toes 98 cents. papers of Joseph Willis were
t 1 t? :.',<,..-s w 4 "DiIb".bl-Not.a: Public F., J:" Webb.newlymarried Louie Alexander as Senr Grand DeaconT. Rev John W. Walker gave an excel Dress trimmings and laces at"'almost approved by the board. '
ct1 \'<1''L' i"'II'G: "i C08 p expect to re- .-H. Sanders as Jan'r Grand Deacon lent discourse to a large) "congregation in one half of their regular value. Reports of Justices of the Peace C. T.
(,, .. J. N. Waller Grand Standard Bearer St. Gabriel's church last Sunday .
i' evening.It
x < 7 : mJBsjMDSr.aMk.tius winter McBride and W. C. Peterson of ,
|''','.','.=.'=..F......._,. .ilL. ."''""',, > ,...G.'.,".,,..," :, -+ ,_ "' ., 'G. E.' Pritcht-tt aa Grand Sword Bearer: really "eemed like old times to see the JULIUS Titusville KLINZ,Fla. collected during the month of October fines
' : 4w$'AEr'J- M;_-" OnlgbeSd, 7r.-ntl D the Pope J.'\V. Williams as Sen'r Grand Steward pews so nearly filled. .
I XiW .ttPg pea.tof Conn., was R. McCarthy as Jnnr Grand StewardJ. ; were
The Tituavilie Co. is
. !?J a, =;idf, %own'.Batarday.: Hr. Craighead: D. Enn'a as Grand Tyler. Progressive Culture Club's Officers Telephone- authorized -
g Bough Class of Railroad LaborersA to place a telephone in the
:;; :._ ,.netted the aiter cy fqr the Pope product -
y; The fair members of the Order of Eastern -
house for the of
the citizens of
:"' House The election of officers for the Pro court use
Music for 1906.
.r'j f With IndlanRiver special train four
carrying over
Star and feweppcally
"KTi-C J "" were present quite a Brevard ,
Culture which county.
i L -1 took
gressive club
:'i }: |=. :r The miriy friends of Capt. A. W. Buie, invited guests. hundred Italian laborers passed through Monday afternoon, resulted as follows place: Moved and adopted unanimously that

-- ',;t-\? t,Ibe'If; C&tic; L"_By.. residing int1ilonWd'noticed The spacious lodge room was magnif- Titnsville last Saturday enroute for the President Mrs. Adhemar Brady; vice the county treasurer is hereby orderedto a.

f !;; .n.i :.with'pleasure the acow icent in its resplendent blaze of electric extension work on..the-railroad.taKey president,' Mrs. Nelson; secretary and transfer the sum of 13500.00 from the t
;f. "" *\< >t''of: 'his.;recent promotion In the lights, fine decorations and happy crowdsof West. They were a rather: tough lookingset treasurer, Mrs. B.;, R. Wilson, Miss fine and forfeiture fund and place it to the '

.(4naes1Jnion of Thursday, last week.WK people.About and Collins proved lunch it too stand, for they'fairlyraided and would Daisy Brady was appointed librarian, credit of the general road fund for temporary ,

.::'' ; J'oSt ?D'.,:.Nelsonof:. South' Titusville 1 were taken 7:30 op the and dedication lasted ceremonies for about not pay for. what they got. When the Mrs. D. B. Pilchard Mrs L. W. Haile use.

:fc- ,,ywhojrecently bought a sailing sloop from I minutes then followed the next train of similar help passed through and Mrs. L. A. Brady, executive coin- LBTTIR FROM T2EASCKEB. '
twenty oration -
W 1: 'L.Mdbley; is having same fitted up Monday afternoon Marshal Waller anda mitee, Mrs. F. A. Morgan, Miss Daisy
: specially prepared for this ocr.ssion To the Honorable Board of County Commis-
Mrs. E. E. Rollins and
Mrs. Ellis
r. for'.a:-runabout' boat and will inN : force of hand Brady
"';.. : power by Mr. Geo. M. Bobbins. deputies were on to maIn. / Boners, Brevard County: '
it ,',':,. ; fall a Standard 3 h. p. motor in same. Following this came an eleborate spreadof tain order, and the gang behaved diff B. Wager, programme oommitee. Gentlemen-
'. had been warned Mrs. Brady, who has made a most efficient
erently. They probably
: refreshments with covers for over 120 I respectfully decline to transfer the fundsas
;:l? : If'who wrote to Capt Boy and popular president as is evidencedby
what kind of would
: # people, snd the inner man was fully refreshed a reception they get above ordered as it is not clear in my mind
:j :::: McFadden at. Tybee, Ga., about two into if they tried the same tactics the the fact that she is now entering upon that the'commissioners
with substantiate and daintiestoo can legally make such
,, .
: \: :. 'months from Meritt or Indian. former had carried out. her third successive term of office, is very
a transfer. Bespectfnlly,
send numerous to mention: After the
.:ti.! { :" solo,,will name to THB STAB of' desirous that all the members attend the JOHN HENEY,
i. : will be favor .Mo'Faddeo Banquet M. S. Sims acted as toast master The Miami Evening Record says : club meetings regularly also
\ 1.11081t. a great to Capt. as as possible, County Treasurer.
'., .: :; and called upon G. M. Bobbins, R N. "The men now being sent down to the to come promptly at 3 o'clock, the
t.. ap Whereas the refuses
Andrews, John MacDonald and J. R. extension are certainly the worst lot of pointed hour for meeting. The club county treasurer to
:i .ttl, :The yacht DiofNeW'-York,8to Walker, who all responded with short bums it has ever been my fortune te see," hopes to make this the most successful transfer the funds from fine and forfeit

:-:/z ped at this place Wedneeday morning on and spirited addresses suited to the said an acute observer this morning, referring and beneficial term of its existence and ore fund, we hereby request our attorney
: :\, .her 'way to,Miami. ,This ,is a.regular occasion, ,. to the men who are daily also hopes to have the cooperation of to mandamus' the county treasurer.. So
Jki' : hunting cabin launch,fitted with 20 n. p. The banquet was arranged and served brought down here for transportation to the city council in some village improvement ordered. .
1 } :" Standard. motor and was in charge of the by Mr. F. A. Losley whose reputation as the keys. "If when a few hundred of work. Moved and seconded-that E. W. Hall

'.:r. {\v:;;.; Captain .and. engineer. an expert caterer is too widely known to that kind of men are gathered togetheron be instructed to carry out the special.

'.<. .... Mr. A. B.'Orwell, of West Palm Beach need mention. The spread was the most the keys there is not a regular monkeyand school millage in special school Dist. No.lon
varied and the beet prepared that.has parrot time there,I'll lose my guess." Piano Tuning Notice the tax books, which was overlookedby
:' stopped off here part Tuesday on his
}! 't ; .
been served in Titneville.About the tax assessor in the completion
;:i'f,; f return from the north and gave THB STAB rippen Adams, OI St. Augustine piano s
10 o'clock the crowd dispersed the tax rolls for 1905 and that
"" happy Notice For Annual MeetingThe the tax
'i. <: a pleasant call. He was formerly a resident tuner will visit Titusville about the
i S t1'" .of Indian river and his old timer as many had to return home down middle of November to attend to profes- assessor is required to compensate the
annual meeting of the stock hold-
... via launch collector fur such work.
,:y. the river either or the 10:39 tax performing
h..ti sional work in that line. His will
:friends.are glad to see 1m. era of the Indian River and Lake Worth stay Carried.
-. be limited. All parties desiring to have
Growers' association will be
', Mrs. L. W. Haile received a telegram train.Mr. Pineapple Tax collector's report of licenses qol--
; done will
$ ; good, thorough tuning please
< Cooley'a New Yacht held .at Jensen Florida, Nov 22nd, 1905. lected during month ending Oct. 31st
t. the Cruising
afternoon announcing
4. .Tuesday. very T. V. MOORE leave their orders at the Indian River
{j _:: sad oen' of the. sudden death of her In a recent letter to the editor of Secretary.Do Music House at an early date, and Mr. 1905, amounting to '120.00 state, and

1';, mo&ber"who lives in Virginia.' She was THE STAB, Mr. E. F. Cooley, writing Adams will call on them when he ar 1725.00 county, was received. -
not forget that Dr. E. H. Armstrongand rives. Ordered that the clerk have the necessary -
shortly from his home in Lansing, Mich., says staff of nerve and eye specialists, of oaths typewritten for each of the
: : ; that he. hopes to be in Titusville again Jacksonville, will be here at the Indian different cattle and beef inspectors in the
: in
A Real Estate
winter and will down his Bargain
I<::\. .A brand new barber shop has just been this bring new I River hotel on Nov. 12th and 13th. They cattle districts of Brevard county.
i!: "',! started up near the'Indian River hotel boat which is now being built by Murray I request that all their former patients will FOR SALE-An old pioneer one The road as marked, viewed and laid ..
't$.;,.',';< known aa the Hotel Barber shop, with & Tregnrtha, in Boston. .This new craftis I come to the hotel for an inspection. of mile river front, 290 acres land, 25 acres out by N. M. Fish, N. Tedder and N. ':i

;;;;. Perry Johnson in charge. The furnishings a full musing cabin launch, 49 feet their case, and would invite any others i in grove, in good condition, fine dwelling, Downey is declared a public road. ,, ,
f are new and fine and the artist ia long, 11 feet beam and 2 feet draft, being who are in need of their services to see I very best of land for celery farm. Three Report of Road Commissioners: N. M. ii
*i ."' said Just as.fine,with his work. built specially shallow water cruising.The them. crops of oranges would pay for the place. Fish, J. A. Shippee and J. R. Carter, f.
,;' .: boat is np to-date in every particular. Will sell for less than value of improvements marking and viewing a public road be'j" n
_;<;. Miss ,Carrie 'Mendel came up- from _. The____ motive nu n Dower_'.__ will___n l_*_> a- 20_ .h... .n... Farming Land For Sale. purchaser thereby getting land tween Indian river and New Found bar- .. '' I
'i' < (jff.if ; ; no -
west of Titusville Continued on 4.
Eighty acres just page
will be of handled from
, .''. school at LaGrange Monday morning. capable brance; titles perfect; farming tools, ve-
the seat of Brevard
5q:: J Miss Mendel had charge of the City Point the bridge. Mr. Cooley will certainlyhave protection county by tributary waters county,of water St. hicles, blacksmith shop, all go with place. FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES. .,iJ
,.' -v. school fora abort time during the absence reason to be proud of such fine a Johns river on the west. Excellent land W. R. SANDERS, WOOL BLANKETS $4.50, Cotton 75c.

\. .oft Miss Ida Dodsoo, the regularly boat. for orange culture or farming. Price Indianola, Fla. Fabric finish writing paper lOc. quire

,, pointed teacher. Church Notices very low. Address Mrs. Matilda Peterson Aluminum bag tags 25c. leather lOc.WATERMAN'S '..i !

.Y Stockholm, Wis. For Bent at Bockledge Fount'n pens, 22.50 Gi
'{ : v :For Sale Rev W. F. Shoemaker will preach in i Cotton batting, 10, 12| and 15c. .- ,. :j jI
the LaGrange church next Sunday at 11 Two furnished cottages; one of four }''
Feather and piano dusters, 35 and 50c. ;
..f- Upright piano ,in good condition for a. m. All are cordially invited to attend. Furnished Cottage WantedA rooms; one single room. References: given I I Chas. A. Gardner Titusville Florida. ,

, ft 1{ Bale cheap.-Can be seen by applying to Rev. Millidge Walker will hold divine modestly furnished cottage of five or and required. Address Lock Box 115, i...,E'H

',_ .'. D. St Clair.- Nisbet: ," Jndianola Fla. services on Sunday next, Nov.12th,as follows or six rooms for the coming winter, on Rockledge, Fla. For Sale t"t

etS" : At fit. Marks church, Cocoa, Sun east coast. Give full particulars. AddressC. ., .
1\4--,: Crate, Material. Baskets,,'NatoBan day school at 9:30 a. m., celebration of the C. Henderson, 527 N. Maple St., Mur- Weakened systems need a mature, Two hundred acres unimproved land -' ;:
>> wholesome, mellow liquor-that's I. W. Sebastian. The St. Sebastian river 7j
baskets and bean crates. Holy Communion at 10:30 a. m.; At St. freesboro, Tenn. near
octagon Gabriele church TitU8villeevening Harper Whiskey, the kind your grandfather runs through this land. Write Fred E. .- j:
. ::, Fall Mock in our warehouses at Titus prayerat used. Bold by R. L. Motlow andF. Siiaw North Yakima Wash. for ,
partic- f
731) .
: m.
; vine,, Ean Gallie, Fort Pierce and West p. Few people realize the importance of
A. Losley. ulars. :
:.z Palm Beach. Write for prices. Also for Rev. John W. Walker will hold divine attending to any eye or nervous affectionat .
. prices on o&her'crae material wrapping services on Sunday next, Nov. 12th, as once. If neglected there are no dis- I
';:t:. '. 'paper and crate nails. follows: At Holy Trinity church Melbourne eases more apt to become permanent than Call at Titusville Livery, at rear of Announcement I;

. L l<" JPast Coast Lumber & Supply Co. morning prayer, 10:30 a. m.; at those affecting the eyes and nerves. If Bobbins' law office for stylish rigs. Dentos will be in commission on Nov.
; St. Johns church Eau Gallie, evening troubled at all in this do not fail to Leave your orders for hauling, both double 'le,. Dr. Hougbton says he will be in j

'". -For: Sale prayer, 7:3lp. m.' see the renowned eye and nerve specialist and single. J. M. Osban, proprietor. Titusville! for one month only. Persons f

, '.:'f'-: The presiding elder of the East Coast Dr. E. H. Armstrong,of Jacksonville desiring his professional services will not I f
,;' ;:.Cottage with four.rooms in Titosyille, district Re,. Frederick Pasco! D. D., during his professional visit to Titnsville, Fort SALE CHEAP FOR CASH. I procrastinate, for one month is the limit It '.

I w. iD' large lot under good fence comprising will preach in the Methodist church at Monday and Tuesday, November 12th About 88 acres of good high land on for his stay this time. :
: ,five town lots. Also good mule for Titosville, next Sunday Nov. 12th, at 11 and 13th. The doctor will be located at I the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat I
:' ;: sale Address H." care. STAB office. a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; this being the occasion Indian River hotel.NURSERY the Narrows, described as follows: Lot : HENRY BOKCKE-GUNS REPAIRED. -1i .'<

1 s '. of the fourth quarterly conference. No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section Specially made gun springs warranted : tJ J
DUCK UIDITJIa.L'L. Special music will. be provided and it is STOCK FOR SALE. 36, in township 31 south, range 39 east. not to break. Every one carefully tested. --,"
i3. .Peacock at Titusville;is prepared hoped that Urge congregations will greet Citrus stock crown on high pine land. This land is unimproved but finely lo I. Guns stocked. Leave your gun at PritehI -
,ryg to take'. out for duck shooting atreaeonableratsa the presiding elder at both services Indian River Nunerits, established 886. cated. For further particulars address ard's hardware store.H. .
parties solicited. Rev. W. F. Allen will hold service at Send for catalogue, Toledo and Vest E. M. Low, I Brain; ,
,, ; Correspondence Brockton. Maas.r Box 121, Titusville, Fla
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.. '4" '--dealt vlth his,"ministers of order,they fall to. da, ,>

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<,: }f '; r ,. ,. ...... irttit "and tro1"anT' or': all depart kidney, trouble.' Muscles Lame Back.StiffJsaS*, rballBrtrises N
<' ?rtoi. : Contracted ,
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; '' '' < .n m entt:"of the government Kidney quick or unsteady
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::1t f'-* 'fULU'-'IEil IIG finance"i "who heart beats; and makes feel Frosted Feet Bums, Scalds .tc ;.
.'i'O it _-ra :the rnljndstei of one as though subdue Inflamnation -
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<" #" had heart trouble became the heart
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:' Interior and'sometimes s'the.minister of overworking pumping thick kidney. loosansrtha fibrous.1'1Hues.
Pores '
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,'' .#,' ..... poisoned through veins and arteries.It cf the Blood *the MI1ural.elastiClty. -
'f. }; t'i : (; >i- ;tt .. /..'. '- !: war. '.1'he'ministers plotted, against. used to be considered that only"urinary promotes drculatioa gmn '
& .'til'- t.f-gf':..:,!> "' -.Fe." =.y. ii> each" oth'er.. They- seldom Worked' t- troubles were to be traced,to, the kidneys, _.. ,-'
'"""'I! f .;i; / -' Ii'" tl but now modern science proves that nearlyall BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH;i

:'!I;=,...fl' .k}*James.i--. r.ee1man'Ezpwn; --_ 'T, _,?.'Grant-.- .,, The ,'new cabinet'- must.:work+; in- accord constitutional diseases have -their-- beginning ONCE TRIED ALWAYS.USED '

-t!{{. : !ifof- : Liberty to' Russians with .the; prime minister,:Count In kidney trouble. <

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T '>it' 4' -. by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild ..
:_ :... ;t" -. \ ,, _, through their parliament, will probablybe sad the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
} ..'" +IOJalorr. ;:AKOLUTIBK..CRUSHED! able, as in: :Qreat.Britain,rto ,compel Swamp-Root the great kidney remedy is' 'Mrs. B. JL'Simpson, SOO Craig St.,Xnoryffle. .
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,%}. "' .'.. thelr'a.ssept Hot Springs, Ark., lot sciatic rheumatism, bull, ,
'-.".=.. '!i" ,.y" liters by simply ,refusing wonderful cures of the most distressing CICS'
.', t*K- -s""t'.1't."U ." Gaunt. .tkePesple, Heecwwry.BW: to'revenne raising'or equally Importantlaws. and is sold on its merits get more relief from Ballard's Snow ,Liniment tried.

":-. .'M1F \..., xovtt- .Cur Gftft- KAAOVC-" .Jutf:DCCFCS. *" by all druggists in fifty-_ thanor find medicine postoffice or anything order Sot I$1.00.have ever Send me }
,:"' '"'' .J.--s-f1JIIe'lsnea..>}' ,"" : .... WI.-. Oct at,.O-*.. ,No'doubt oneot the first steps to be cent and one-dollar sizes large bottle by Southern Express. ,

-Ji {t M ii-" Stroke All..theA..Beica:TkatIfiTcd taken by the new.parliament ,will be .. You may have a
<' bottle mail THREE SIZES 25c see AND $1.00
$.. .J.*k<:, ,a,,, -'. ,.. the abolition of the dV01; system, sample by HOMOsnapBootfree : .
i''i", \< fill Pe *lc. also pamphlet telling you how to find I QEY THE QENWtE.
and degrading
f that arrangement
't",{ 'ti..< .'; :E;. & Sc t out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. '
; ;:. ;f' 4 :'.To.underatan&the'.immensity' the under which every' household In Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer Ballard Snow Liniment Co. -

z. czar's,surrender,to,his people'It Russia, rich pr'poor, must, accept the 3t_Ca, Binghiunton* N. Y..

@ ;t 'f ,f .. to' .know: that ,even the, \newBuaefaan'prime presence of a dvornik, or'spy, respon- 'Don't make any mistake, but remember ST. LOUIS. U. & A. ;

;iIf "' -- minister' ,. CountWitte- Bible
11 the'daily Ute, the conversations, opinion Root,and the address, Binghamton. N. Y..
'who Becured tbe'taperial'jijnitnTe to;.
(' ; :} and movements, of those.whom he on every bottle/ ,
"Magl f'Charta..has been a' -- -- -
ft '
j Is set to watch. A. Effect .( Anclo-Japae Alliance .
(z ':t'" ; ,firm' defender.o!.'autocracy rf Less than'a million organized workingmen .In consequence of the Japanese alliance SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY _

.itit Gently as, bill visit to the'United; States hate brought about.ttis great. I the British Burma garrison1,which RED CROSS PHARMACY, TITUSYILLE, and EAU GALUE PHABgACY, SAP GALLS
f't: } ( Hif: declared his! belief .that greater andmodesirable est political revolution in modern history has hitherto guarded India's eastern ,

k .- ;vft reforms J could' be ; And, ther'most .extraordinary frontiers will be materially reduced. Southern Railway/ rY
c i-i : %, brought about by'anhonest; abeolutiain of an practically
than through loose .
rbbfi :. EFFECTIVE AUG. 8, 1905. '
divorced from violence. The Russian Herb W. Edwards, of Des Moines,
f 'Ii' and premature experiments in. constitutional soldiers who' fired upon rioters'only a Iowa, got a fall on an icy walk last win- No 30 No M 1\0.29 So.33.
1\ anij legislative: government 1 his wrist and his : : Between Jacksonville and New York. :
ter, spraining
few months ago could not be trustedto Dady. Thuly. Dady. DaiIy.. .
$ ,says James CreeUnan,to the New Tort kill orderly, peaceable strikers. knees. '" day," he saye.. "they -755 P---Y-- 10 a Lv Jacksonville F1a._____-_So.Ry. Ar.. -900 a -_.....: -820---P
i w.World.. : I were so sore and stiff I was afraid I would 1215 a--_ 120 P Savannah, Ga.---------.So. By. Ar. 4.50 a _:..:....;. 4. 05 P
i ,".;",.,\:* -, Witte came to America this year be- have to stay in bed but I rubbed them 955 a 1020 pAr. Cha-lotte, N.. G.------So. Ry. Lv. 950 l' __.__;;. 8 33 s

i f! :, x ;J34 living there-was' DO middle:class in CASTORIAlor well with Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and 642 p == 658 a -Ar. Richmond, V&_________-So. Ry. Lv. 1230L130 p

I t t- his country and that, without' such a after a few "applications all soreness had 950 P-==--950 a Ar. Washington, D, C--------So.Ry Lv.. bl =::: 9 50 p
: corrupt'arrogant Infant and Children. disappeared. For .tale by Red Cross 1125 30 a Ar. Baltimore, Md.-P. R'R Lv 612 a _4_._ 822 p
!& bridge between : Pharmacy.. 235 p----------- 143 P ,Ar. Philadelphia Pa.___._P. R. R Lv. 333 a......:- 5 M p
y, < aristocracy and.the Ignorant,.scattered The Kind You Hate BoughtBears 630 -- 415 pAr. New York, N. Y.________.P. R. B Lv. 1210 a-___.._ 3.25 P
:: 1 -4 and,Inert peasantry constitutional government Always Any woman who is a heroine in the
a would be a farce. eyes of her husband ought to be satisfiedto Nos. 33 and 34-"New York and Florida E press." Daily Pullman Drawing Room.
theSignature let it go at that. Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. .
it z :.He went back to find that organized otCORNELL Nos. 29 and "Washington and Florida LimitedDaily Pullman Drawing BooN

;a'i, } Tabor, working.under the_ advice of experienced -' e A Creeping Deatb. Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York- .

}: labor leaders_,from other European -
Blood poison creeps up towards the No. 29'
countries notably Germany, BOYS MUST SWIM. Dailg. Through"The Law of the Sky."
i t; ; heart, causing death J.E. Stearns, Belle Daily.

\; had 'taken the places of the old conception Plaine, :Minn., writes that a friend dreadfully 753 p Lv. Jacksonville, Fla,.__________________;---------:...-,.,So. Ry. h. 9 00 a
of a middle class. New I The most powerful despotism In ,the" Nor! Graduation."In like blood poisoning. Bucklen's Arnica 000a .Ar. Columbia, S. C.--- --------------_--______ rSo..Ry. Lv,; 115 a
salve drew out the poison healed the 150 p Ar. Asheville N. ..______--________________...___...____-So. By. Lv. 413 p
t world, with more than a million armed view of the fact that recent wars _______ ._ ________ __ .
wound and saved his life. Best in the 237 pAr. Hot Springs, N.C., ___ ___--80. Ry. Lv 1245 a '
_;, men at its command, has crumbled have conclusively demonstrated that a 600 pAr. Knoxville, TenD.,..________._____________________::._So. Ry. Lv II 33 a
1f the presence of a comparatively peaceful soldier who cannot swim Is so much Cross world Pharmacy for burns, and sores. 25o. at Red 815 a Ar. Cincinnati Obi,____________u____________________ __...Q. & c. Lv., .8 n 5_1JI -

the and railroad dead timber in the command, and the
ft strike of factory
Nos.29 and 30-Pullman Drawing Boom and Buffet Sleeping: Cars between Jacksonville and
l .employees led in many instances by United States now1 refuses'to graduate Occasionally a man makes light of his:: St. Louis, daily. ,

young students.t from West./:Point or Annapolis cadets troubles by lighting cigars with his unre-

t -' ; The unchangeable guarantee of "free who are unable to swim no student. ceipted bills. Ko. 13, Between Jacuonvllle and the North and We.t. No. It

i,: dom of conscience" read in the light of will be credited with a passing mark i Conglipation. ==I 743 p Lv Jacksonville, So. By----------------------' ===

i: .; Witte's written plea for "equality before for the spring term's drill who has not 3 00 a Ar. Macon: So. __ ____Lv. 215'15 __ _
n the laws of all Russians, without previously passed an examination in Health is absolutely impossible, if con- -__-_-_-__- 20 8 Ar. Atlanta, So. Ry----------------------__.;-Lv. 1150 p--___-___

document swimming satisfactory to the professor stipation be present. Many serious cases _______ 945 a Ar. Chattanooga, So. Ry--______________...._.__...Lv. 615 ______.
religion" -
p distinction -race or of physical culture." of liver and kidney complaint have sprung _______I 740 P Ar Cincinnati, Queen .& _________________ 830 PI-_______

which the czar inscribed "To be This order recently issued by Captain from neglected constipation. Such a deplorable ==: 840 P Lv. Cincinnati Big Four Boute________________Lv. 710 a-

taken for a guide'not only removes of condition is unnecessary. There _______ 710 a Ar. Chicago, Big Four Route-_______ _________Lv. .830 p 1 _____
'* a ', the cruel and unjust_disabilities of the Frank A. Barton commandant is a cure for it. Herhine will speedily == 83i! p Cincinnati, PenD. Lines.______________-___Ar. 645 aJ== f _

ey }' 7,000,000 Russian Jews, but paralyzes the corps of cadets of Cornell university remedy matters. C. A Lindsay P. M _______ 710( a Ar. Chicago. PeoD. Lines________ ____ ________Lv. _840 p.____?:-_

K r I the political power of the Holy ,Orthodox practically makes swimming a re- Bronson Fla., writes, February 12, 19O"Z: _-_____ 845 P Lv. tineinnati, nH. & D.-ltonon-' ----Ar. 740a :;?,
church that terrible and relentless quirement for graduation from Cornell, "Having used Herbine, I find it a fine _______1 1723a At. Chicago. C. H. & D-Monon______________Lv. 902 P I 1AI -_-_-_-_-- .W'
system which has thus .far preventedthe says a special dispatch from Ithaca medicine for constipation. 50c. a bottle. ==, 945 P Lv. Cincinnati; C, H. & D- I ch. _.__________ 7 00 ai ==: ',
X. Y., to the New York Globe. Military Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy and Eau ______ 520 Br'J. oled C. H. & D.- Ich.ent----------.Lv. 1140 p _____ y'
the Russian 1
education masses. Gallie Pharmacy, Eau Gallie, Fla.OA&TORXA..
drill is required of all male students -
= 1
No one who has lived In Russia cant 1000p--
t in four year courses. __ '
doubt that with the disappearance of The rule is thus far reaching in its _u____1 555 a Ar rlttsborg. Penn. Lines-___________________ _Lv 1815 p a----______ erf".i

the exclusive mediaeval prerogativesof effects and makes Cornell the only col- sit the. the Kind! Yea Have Always Bougln! _-______ -930 P L\. Cincinnati I, Big! F our ________________ .______r. -650 a -____ .',:3.

the Orthodox church-to proselyti2e in the country to require a swIm- Sigutvre' 1/1..f-# ===- Ii 45 a Ar. Cleveland, Bu Four--___._____-__.____ 930 pi!u___N 4
lege -
or to secede from which was a grave at ___.__ 530 p Lv. Lexington, So. Ry_-___--___________________-Ar. 1045 ,== :'__:
bulwark of ming test for the satisfactory comple- _______ 810 P Ar. Louisville 80. ----________-_________ 740 al732a ___ !
I crime-the mightiest oppression tion of its courses.A I ..... _______ Ar.'t.l'JUis. So. Ry---________--_--_______--__ -Lv. 1010 pl-_____ 7" .
falls. ..
This will clear the way for a genuine The ..... Nos. 13 and 14-"The Florida Limited." Daily Solid Vestibule Train. Through Day ,. ,
Woman' Straight Throw.
school and compul- most careful farmers Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati. < -
free public system '
Miss Lillie Llnville a clerk at Anderson gardeners everyw "

gory education. Ind., has been declared a heroine place confidence in Ferry's No. 5 No. 13! Between Jacksonville and Kanla City. I No.14 No. 6 ;: s
of Russian parlia- 8eed the kind that fall.
The creation a -- never
because she killed a rat, while other ,
ment, with real legislative rather than in the store screamed with === 745 pll Lv. Jacksonville Fla, So. __--_________.______ \r. ' 93: a --- : .
body without women FERRYSSEEDS _______ 520 a. Ar. Atlanta I Ga., So By.-----------_--______.Lv.. I 1151i P ..---. ''.'
advisory powers fright when the rodent scampered over ______ 1201 ai i I Ar. Birmingham/ Ala., 80. Ry------______._______.Lv. 4 (45 P-. .---
enforcedIn ---
whose consent no law can the floor says a dispatch from Anderson .-- --- 80.> PI A r. Memphis, Tenn? Frisco-! .--------.---Lv. 1815 a-------
the f'mplre-galn9 its supreme value Ind. She cornered the rat be- ___n__ 94J( 81 M. Kansas City, Io., Fnsco..____________ --Lv. J 830 P ...___

2 in the fact that virtually universal suffrage tweeu some barrels and some baskets. have been the standard for 49 Nos. 13 and 14-"The Florida Limited." Daily.EXCELLENT .'

i baa been granted. Then the rat attempted to escape but They are not an exPt'rlment.ld DINING CAB SERVICE. o

To appreciate the difference between Miss Llnville picked a large by all dealers.! 1905 Seed ;
> quickly up Annual free for tbeuJ J. C.LrSK,District Passenger Agent 108 West Bay Street,JacksonvilleFla, .
; this new scheme of representative government turnip and accurately threw It at the D. M. FERRY&CO., C. H. AOKERTG. II. W. H. TAYLOE,0. P.A.
and the advisory douina provided rat with velocity enough to kill it The n Detroit S. U. HARDWICK, P.T. M. BROOKS )MORGAN. G. P.A..

for in the imperial_manifesto of scared women came down from the -- +

August it is only necessary to recall counters, seats and chairs. When her -

tk the fact that under the plan by which employer heard of the exploit he raisel

d the douma was to be elected SL Petersburg her salary and bought another supplyof The Bridgeport I

(, with 1,500,000 inhabitants, would tur-.U'I Chamberlain'sI -

have only 9,500 voters, Including 137 --- .
? Jews, and Moscow with more than
+' 1,000,000 innabitants, would have only Sit Tired "The Motor that
"' Motes"i
t 11,000'oters.. It was intended that in i

rural communities the 90.000,000 peas- may be from'overwork, but I

ants should have altogether 2,505 the chances are its from an inactive Simple -
e Reliable Durable
1,972 of the landed "
vptes, as against LIVER. _=
proprietors and 1554 of the municipal Guaranteed to run E I

councils. With a well conducted LIVER I and give satisfaction \

With the extension of the right to one can do mountains of labor !' \i Makes motor-boating a pleasure

vote,to the masses of Russia one gets without fatigue.It Makes working-boats increase

an idea of,the proportions of the czar's addrf A hundred per cent to

surrender expressed in "an unchangeable profits .

rule that no law shall be enforceable ones earning capacity. Study our methods of construction I :

3 without the approval of the state It can be kept in healthful action Cough Remedy and you will discover why

: douma." by and only by '. i
The Children's Favorite "THE ,
Up to this time the sole legislative -CUBES-- BRIDGEPORT" is a -

and executive power has been the per- Coughs Colds '
Croup and "Motor that Motes" .
sonal will of the czar. Henceforth he Whooping Cough. -
enforce a single decree.without Tutt'sPillsTAKE .
; This remedy i e famoun for iu cures over
the consent of his people.. always large Depended civilized world. It can BRIDGEPORT MOTOR CO. Inc \
It contains <
open no
of habeas
of the right
The guarantee opium or other harmful drag and may be
corpus and of "inviolability of the per- liven u eon&d..ntly to a baby as to an adult Both Two ; i1Tns, I".ll UaitrncUaon1; Bridgeport Conn. ".
Price 25 eta; Large Size, 60 eta. ,
soo" sweeps away at a single NO SUBSTITUTE .

the dreadful system of secret' acres F. N. HITCHCOCK & CO., Agents,TitasTilIe,Florida.Jl .
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Northwestern university'will, hereafter Jefferson City .was 'da1i1 g d,. ;:'fire -

r ,I' :be. .'required to" .answer questionsoithe Oct 23, :jhe' flames; ,being checked

I news of:the: day: ,; by order ofProfesaor through the governor's efforts. # ;

i dames;' :who -regards the A: party of fire out for a day's fishing; '

: knowledge of current events as being on the.Hudson, in a 'small" boat,;were :. s
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fuHy,as important the dally lesson drowned by the sinking of the boat off ,

-assigned from the text books:. Yonkers Oct 22Deaths. "
I SchoolboysGive; -Up FootbalL ; "..,"

tis':{:;_a.,'.:.:.:"'4'., : :The students of. St. John's military; Former Congressman Jerry Simpson ::
ktfy :t ; ieaKHitst school at Manlius N. Y.. have,decided of. Kansas died at Wichita Oct'23 aft :.. .
A .
;, .rJ:. ".c.Q". .... FYh 1'ht'.T2... ... to ,abandon football matches ,at the era long illness. :..: .
,','f's'f 1' ? t"" \..."" ."....-- .".., -"'"_. ".,.;, _,. ,.;>",,. : vk'i.w : : $ Dein:party:of'":ftVistate.Nevertheless ." "Oy A'Bni'il'carry:-United? m"fates"F''j.Jw'will close of the season owing to "the pre.1'aIUng' ;

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>'i"" -"Jo'' denied bis ihteatioa of,:resigning from Bank Scandal demoralizing influences ot the-game. Y

1 :tf -. q 'nlJ!>tet Vo?;ot:-ftatb 1s1njpt.: one Growing,: Wore.. 'Principal Verbeck has written' to the '

!\: ".,..... '" :T ." > .. ....'"'1; "t'..' to .boom iium 'for:the presidency. In tnothe JeatorVin the looting of.the president and other prominent men 'to Wants All Milk Sterilized. :- :4 *

''P'Bl"Oeb' 2a' ; ,: of. railroad employee -; the course_of'his;speech::* MriTaft de* .')Enterprise' National bank at4 Allegheny, aid In the movement to enlist the pre- Nathan Straus, the wealthy New

'tt-1W:, ;''!''' '- ''",..'"Inr'.a-.saJ'hA4.>. ..:spread,. ,fromeMwcoR fended;the pretfdehfs:rate'pollej--'a ld Pt, which has come to light .is the dish paratory "schools for a sentiment Yorker who for several years has

''l{''I-i.'rJ :'fal1 dhectiotu until that.'an-i warned:the public thatsuch men asBryan very;that notes given by Republican 'against football ruffianism.. maintained pasteurized milk booths '

"'.:I.";",(" 3"' "'' tdty, wesi''cuiBpletely'isolated.: ,., ": 'De1$7e&paegerawere ,-*' and Hearst.were again,?gaining politicians for" personal loans' against The.Science of Home Making.In during the heated term hi the con-
> state funds on deposit missing to
f.Wi : ; maintained:at: control;of the.Democratic party with were gested centers of New York and Chicago -
kt the School of Domestic. Arts and .
: tie amount of $600,000. At'the same
the etpenae i tthe raUWarada; h1stratton. .
c' : the' object of arraigning iicb''aga'Mt Sciences at Chicago a course of training argued before the International t
4o(: *\'J< ':$'t; ;. ?Tbe;strikers i.baddamaged'-: poor and 'of'shaking the=paesent'sys. t'me,State Treasurer Mathues confessed 'for young women has been 'estab 'Milk congress at Paris Oct 21, that .'
< conduit and come of thedtyw .. > thatthere: .were in,the
',, greater sections tem of pr* "* >.property aftd,tre dori lished in the. science of home making: it would pay citiesto
,of state funds
: : : ,withoutwater; ,On-th sameda of contrac'', ugh government ownership $1,030,000 Attorney It includes such subjects as locationof have all milk
\ ; meeting of,8,0allwajr men at y'- General Moody took steps, toward the
4 : of public! utilities.RoeeeyeH ., house ventilation and sanitary arrangements sterilized before be- ,
8tPete8burg :WSi held' to declare&:? prosecution of those responsible for thebank's '
; : : -
Rebukee Davie.' environments of' laundry ing put on sale. He t
condition and Governor
strike on=all the raflroads'centering at Penny- \
able to show
's.1; >..RussiancaplialIt; ; -;was also decided PresidentRoosevelt'continuing. ,: hip packer appealed to the'federal government kitchen land bedrooms, chemicals hi was ''
IS that this would
; manufacturing
Florida cleaning removal, stains -
: Journey from Atlanta for action.
:; to sead;deputations to Baron Hll- ; ,through! ;
of soaps; care of house and relation greatly lessen infant -
!\i' ;koff.Uwininisterlof-railways: .and to Alabama'and. ,Arkansas, arrived safelyat' More Illegal, Restoration. : of mistress to maid. and adult mortality

1i&' ; :O FtUe: demanding' re New',Orleans Oct'2having met The Philadelphia police department School as he believes
''' Backward Begun.At .
Boy $
.-'l',5' ""forte indtxling"'a."constitutional' assembly ijrith unparalleled cord1a Jti from great announced that a recanvass of hah of that the chief f
"" 187 Broome street in the heart ofNew
;: ::" ,F; ;. ,' elected by'dhrectniiiversai; suf gatherings: of the.peoplewhereverhestopped. the city wards showed that 15,861 cause of consump

r1; trait;: dow\and all' intermediate .. Jn ,Georgia he visited' Ros- names were illegally on tk? latest voting -I York's lower -east side a new departure tion is traceable to _

: .:poiutetireethteatenM in full swing with the opening of Nathan Straus.
.f. otfactol'1': work- born, and was-hailed:: as',a Georgian.. safety said that every effort would be now received during Infancy -
school for backward children. Miss
;;' 'men .were also.on .strike at: the same The"fourth day; of hIS trip brought him, made to prevent the voting of these a from the milk. He says that this ij'
the insists thatit
Olive Jones, principal
't1me." At/KharkOT,conflict betweentroopiand to Jacksonville and, St. Augustine Fla. names. This,is expected to reduce the should be a function of the municipal ;
although -
:- is In no sense a truant school
: ,:,:.'-. '. .:the. strikers occurred in At i MobUe.;the president renewed his total number of votes from 375,000 it is hoped that one of the ity. He stated that during the past

l;' T which' e,large number of dtizens'were assurance that the Panama canal would 824,000, making a loss to the'machine season 2,603,393"bottles of pasteurized .
of will be'reme
causes truancy
.< a hoso. flie' atally;:The stone'of guns be constructed despite the.oppositionof of 51,000 fictitious votes. Vice President died by this 'school Boys who have milk bad been distributed through his ... ;
'/ imithsand bakers were' looted.. At certain railroad Fairbanks refused to take
.... ; for any reason got behind their mates city booths and he felt certain that the } '
:.r? ;Moscow the .trlk effected a partial Interests; 'part in the Philadelphia campaign either '
and have to join classes with the little attempt would soon transcend the
.' '.,' suspensionofthe ,telegraph and postal>> 'n e* made two for or against the machine lead *
.. fellows are made fun of, and to avoid bounds of private effort
services. Throughout the,country; meetIngs i speeches at Tus-: era.
this ridicule these backward big ones .
r--r;" Rees held and bold utterances met I kegee, one at The Anti-age Limit League.At
Jerome Is New York's Issue.
play truant In the new school boys in to be ,
Chicago an organization
with unbounded enthusiasm. Signs,of I Booker Wash
; J' The aggressive independent campaignof each class will be practically I the known as the Anti-age Limit league

. :,>,', '. revolutionary( frenzy are rampant Ington' ? institute ,District Attorney 'Jerome of New same age and will have equal opportunities has been formed with the object of
'' t
officials said to have and the '
; bated are
Many '
; York in opposition to the bosses of to learn. If this school is a suc- removing the ban upon wageworkers ;
: ; ;' been killed the populace, and other the'Ius- -
by angry have others will be established in different {
. Y : both party machines..,appears to cess by the "cruel and unnatural age: limit"-
.& l'elIn'of terror amounting to revolutionary kegee Female met with enthusiastic response in all sections of the city. The regular and of assisting elderly persons in securing -
. '' law baa usurped the
lynch college
:; quarters so much so that the Republican truant school will continue as employment. Many of the organizers
_ : place of'official'caprice. The only, organized' :It was at Little
t heretofore but when of the pupils
formally any
. .f"' candidate Judge Flammer, are veterans of the civil and
. force' at .the" bottom of this Rock. Ark., show of self control
signs they
.- and publicly withdre" in Jerome'sfavo& any Spanish-American wars, and all are
movement is apparently the social democracy however, that"'th
will be in the school for back
t and urged all his friends to vote beyond the forty-five year limit which

. r 'or toe social: ,reVorati6ii ts. most striking for him. Hearst continued to stir up ward boys on probation before enter- has. recently been,established by certain 1 i
tree hand
Genera Trepoff was given a incident of
much enthusiasm and disclosed an unexpected Ing an ordinary school. railroad systems. James F. Dow
dictator of 8t Petersburg. the journey occurred
,. .as, ; Governor Davis. popular strength on the issue The Cost of Chicago' School. ney is president

Ceunt Witl.aNtPfueTe..: after a of municipal ownership.The Public School Superintendent Cooley

.' ,,'}, ; .It, :was 'reported that the czar, bad speech by; Governor Davis in which the Republicans, following Flam- pf Chicago has just reported In detail Beat Liniment on Earth.
of Was
; ': ,:',, appointed. Count, : .Wlrte, aa premier defended.lynching Turning negroes to the inferentially the mer's withdrawal, reconvened their the cost of maintaining that city's Henry D. Baldwin, Supt. City WaterWorks ,
the port county convention and nominated Je great system of education says the Shullsburg, Wis., writes: "I have '
.< j 'folio'ot minister president said that the. worst enemy of rome. ,Then began the fight as to the School Journal. .The cost of a pupil for tried many kinds of liniment, but I have 3
rf- ";' of the negro race was the negro criminalof never received much benefit until I used
finance tie
, -" legal right of convention to put an- tuition alone was $16.44 last year as
the type referred to and that it was Ballard's Snow Liniment for rheumatismand
This indicated
other candidate on the ticket after the compared with $18.81 In 1900. The
. r the first duty of the colored man to aid pains. I think it the beet linimenton
that czar 1
expiration of the fifteen day limit be- cost of a pupil in the elementary school
y in hunting down such criminals but be earth. 25c., 50c. and $1.00. Sold by
. ,: t had..detlnltely. heinous fore election day fixed by the election was $23.67 as compared with $24.53 in Red Cross Pharmacy and Eau Gallic
added that "to one
cast his lot avenge law for substitutions. 1900. The different special features Eau Gallie Fla.
Pharmacy, ,
... with the Liber crime' by another heinous crime, Is to '
cost per pupil upon the number en-

;. als and against reduce the man doing it to'the bestial rolled as follows; Normal school $323; When poverty comes in at the door a

the reactionaries level of the man" who committed the I EXECUTIVEOur I high schools, $57; parental schools, shiftless man hides behind his wife.
bestial crime. He said the
for it is
$187; schools for the deaf $95;
effects of lynch law shown in the Cleared For
known that AcUOD.'I
Navy's.Fisahtinsa Strength.A for the blind $147; kindergartens $9;
Witte, since his fact that three-fourths of the lynch- manual training $3; household arts $L When the body Is cleared for action by
return from the ings.were not for that crime at all and statement Just issued by the navy Dr. King's New Life Pills you can tell it

United States, he insisted that the governor and himself department shows'that within a short by the bloom of health on the cheeks;
has-openly advocated as representatives of the law owedit time six new battleships will be added the brightness of the eyes;the firmness of

liberty to the people and to the cause of civilization namely, the Virginia, Louisiana, Con- the flesh and muscles the buoyancy of
necticut, Rhode Island, Georgia and the mind. Try them. At Red Cross
\ of speech the to do everything in their power Accidents of a Year.
t press and as- to free the United States from the the New Jersey. Seven other first The statement of the interstate commerce Pharmacy 25 cents.Sunshine.

, i CoujttWitte.: sembly as anecessary menace and reproach of lynch law. class battleships, six armored and commission for the entire year

corollary of the coming duma The enthusiasm at New Orleans three protected cruisers are under con- shows that the railroads had C.242 col- .

L :=;: .or' national assembly. ,He has also leaped beyond all bounds and the struction. lisions to their discredit, in which 350: in your
Jr.. was hailed as" the savior of Grows and 70S employees were
urged broader franchise so as to admit president Our Navy Apace. passengers
; of a fuller representation from the the city for'his prompt action in the Lloyd's annual on shipbuilding for killed. The injured number 0,498 pas- Home

ranks of labor and the lower classes.. recent yellow fever crisis. While on the fiscal year Just ended shows that sengers and 7,052 employees. Including

his way down the river the president'sboat while this country is not building as other than train accidents, there
JtuMia's 1350,004080 Loan bad a collision and was run many warships as Great Britain the were 537 passengers and 3,201 employees Pifty-two times a year is assuredto

The Russian minister of finance decided aground.. But he was uninjured tonnage of .our new ships is nearly killed while 10.040 passengers and if ;

:\ to;: raise 'a loan;of $350,000,000, "This is the most strenuous birthdayI three times as great as those of Great 455,26 employees were injured. This you you

:. most of which will be used progressively have ever known" said President Britain. The latter launched thirty- shows an increase of 117 passengers

., for the rebuilding of the navy. Roosevelt about midnight when betook seven ships with an average tonnage killed and 1,936 injured, a decrease of READ The SUNThat

,Japan Celebrate' .Her Heroes. command of the tender Magnolia, of 3,437 tons. We sent only nineteen 100 employees killed find an increaseof

I; Admiral Togo received a remarkable in which he was going to the Passes to down ,the ways, but their average 2,100 employees injured.

popular :.demonstration upon his arrival .. meet the battleship :West Virginia, displacement was 8,994 tons. This Alice Roosevelt Back Home. illustrated weekly paper,

at Tokyo,.accompanied, by: ViscountIto beached her safely on the river lank record sets the Olympia Dewey's flagship The world tour of Miss Alice Roosevelt in Jacksonville and

and the vice and rear admirals. and prevented her from going down in down in the list as a second rate the president's daughter, came to printed \

Almost the entire' populace was assembled the middle of the Mississippi It wasa battleship.: Germany launched eleven an end with her arrival at Washingtonafter published everywhere.

?,:at the station and made the closer shave than the president himself ships of 4.0S8 tons, France nine of having crossed the continent in

.to wildest demonstrations of affection was aware of,* for ,the Magnolia 4,884 tons and Italy eight of :5,583: tons. i the Harriman special train. At San

proceeded had three big boles In her hull as the In merchant tonnage the nations rankas A. K. Taylor -
when Toga and his party. :, Francisco she told the reporters that ,
from(;the train ',through the:.streets in result of her collision with the steam- follows: Great Britain, United various stories circulated about her

the imperial 'coaches ,to, the palace ship Esparta. He was forty-seven. States, Germany, France Italy Great : during the trip were pure fabrications.She .

where a ,private interview was ac years old Oct.. 27. Britain being equal to all the othersin denied that she was engaged to Makes the cartoons and all the

corded. The combined,Japanese fleets i tonnage and numbers. Congressman Longworth. other pictures.

were reviewed by the emperor on board The President Sea.. Canal Work by Contract Decision Against Patrick. .

lie armored cruiser Asama,. Admiral Secretary Taft is inclined to favor
Mr. Roosevelt is the first president to '.,ie New York court of appeals has
Togo standing by his aide. leave the jurisdiction of the United the contract system of digging the k'
denied a motion for a reargument on Claude I/Engle
ence was granted to the, officers of the States during his term of office unless Panama canal under the supervision of the appeal of Albert T. Patrick, the ; -

British and American warships. Mr. Cleveland did so when he went on government engineers, but no final decision convicted murderer of Millionaire William I

Trtops Oyt In Chile.; a cruise in E.: C. Benedict's yacht while has been made as yet. M. Rice of New York city and In pungent editorial paragraph t

arrests made in Santiago, occupying the presidential office. But Friar Lands Paid For.
Many were Texas. This means that Patrick must looks after the things that
Chile, on account of rioting connection Mr. Cleveland never admitted that he By the transfer of $3,521,675 at die In the electric chair, although be

'with the striking workingmen. did get outside the three mile limit on Washington the Philippine govern- may get a further lease of life through need attention.

While attempting to loot some places that occasion. President Benjamin ment has finally purchased all of the appealing to the supreme court

charged by mounted Harrison and President McKinley stopped friar lands under its jurisdiction.These .
the strikers were Homicide. WARM BRIGHT FACINATINGLY ,
> Seven persons were: killed and at El Paso Tez. on their"swings lands comprise! about 400,000 Many Mississippi ;

police.' ounded. All banks and public around the circle," 'but both declined' acres. During a single week of October CLEVER ;
eighty .
'closed, and two regiments invitations to cross over the Rio Grande twenty-six homicides were recorded
places wwe Saved By Dynamlt
of the state of
within the boundaries
WerePOLITICAL ordered opt into Mexico.A
()government. great many people, suppose that Sometimes a flaming city is saved bv Mississippi. That's the Sun 4 j J
that the fire can'tcross.
dynamiting a space 1i
when the president leaves the United Accident.
Sometimes a cough hangs on so
[ 1 States the vice president exercises the Later returns from the storm swept ,
feet if nothing but dynamite
long as
', ,_ I functions of chief executive. Bat the would you cure it. Z. T. Gray, of Calhoun, lakes showed that at least twenty-one If you pay to read this paper you I' \\

':; Taffs Attack. on Bossism.' Hon. Charles Warren Fairbanks is to Ga., writes: "My wife had a very aggra- deaths had been caused and forty ves- can read THE SUN too, .

..: Ohio 'alone, but'the' nation, has have no such honor- and authority' con vated cough, which kept her awake sels had been lost or damaged.A WITHOUT EXTRA EXPENSE. ;
Not the bold stand taken ferred upon him.: .There, is nothing In nights. Two phvsicians could not help launch containing nine Philadel- J
been interested in his Akron the constitution \0-grant him the tight her; so she took Dr. King' New Discov- phians collided with a barge In the

.- .. b, Secretary of;Ws* Taft in to act as president tn"' the present in ery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, Delaware at Beverly, J J.. Oct. 22, Ask us or write us andWe'll =+

;i;.. .'.,:- : speech, which: ; he advised the casting: stance. Besides, even when Mr. Roosevelt which eased her cough, gave her sleep and six were drowned.
the Republican ticket and finally cured her." Strictly scientific
of votes against is out beyond the jurisdiction of Nine heroic men and one woman on
which Is under the thumb cure for bronchitis and la grippe. At fx
Cincinnati ,
._ this government he will be aboard an the schooner Minnedosa deliberately tell how.
J' .v Red Cross Pharmacy price 50c. and
This .
B. was regarded t
of George Ooze
.: American warship and in measure. fl.OO guaranteed. Trial bottle free. sank with their. ship in Lake. Huron
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.1.w.Q'r.!! ....WE bur'fe'wptedand the same" :will. be declared l President Newhtf t and Wai 1 .I II Ir

::W ::l; j __s [OX.MO rat ADmI; a public';road yet'. next meeting CorrespendentRichardsWPrainptly.curtti ,

.. <;:' .[;t. ..-.-. .".. '." 10B SIX.VOHTHS. -' '. there 11:no protest. ,
m. ii. By: Pe-nma
<:1idf 3.4''. > } dt Z ..v' "noraiq deiidiood that neither Report of J,W. Carlile, cattle inspector -, -

.,:,..,-J.'t"1ij, _, 'i;....... 'lit2'Tu' e4s exposed. editor,U NnoosTUe... -foropiniou for*.district No. 5, was received. ,? lamsiesteee-'A :.r re. :{'iry .> .y5. 7.v:4 .
by De :
: ; ea Mr.C.B.Newhof,10
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} .fj TL J. Cockshntt is instructed to boy one ..:.T.
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.. Lr i '.L W.IiablDSOD: ; of Palmetto" known acre of marl land for road. purposes. at the Club writes
'=,; _:a ; I .,. ', \., : A: : 1r,ii 57ifrti 7 t:
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<. t : U,.the. pepper king has unearthed. a oe- beet price'poesible.. "Since my advanced age I find that
.1',;f..t.=" i.i"ve "i- .wenttfedwfth, :

; ti" v orldtfor street paving.iia track has twenty acres of rock land! '.(,"some .convenient urinary ailments.J, The bladder teemed
; Irritated and MId that
my physician
PWff or HIlT :
; \: ..... : .been very profitable, but the-cement de- point to be used'or building was-catarrh caused by a'protracted

xt ..'-' $ .poeiiwif more eo.rYS .' county.roads. mill which would be dtttkoh to vercomeonaccoHntotmyadvancedyean. ia lost by failure to i insure. The thing to :
/ .. of ask yourself ia; "Can I afford to tow my :
; ,); ., -- ... Jas. Prevatt, superintendent poor : {y7. "rl
t'T _first issue of The'Sun, of Jac> ; that I would be helped but I found to .
r v.' : Ills; will be oat November'18th. h cooking, stove for use at.the poor farm. toy relief that I soon began to mead DQSTDKRJBS.f .

if :: .:': wilt, be brim fall" of good thin&gottenup The following vouchers were approvedand The Irritation gradually subsided and [ the answer is no, then come and haveus ,

if :." by "Editor i L ;ogle and:illustrated by warrants ordered to be drawn for the the urinary difficulties passed away I make yon a policy at once. It ia the

j' .\. Cartoonist Taylor.. Governor.Broward same on this 7th day of November, 1905: hart enjoyed excellent health now for only safe way to avoid the risk which
.f .. ,," the past seven months. I enjoy my may ruin you. We represent the beet :
'aY4:: contributes a paper on"The Pardoning COUNTY REVZNU -GxNXZAL TCSTJ. meals, sleep soundly and am as well r and qlli
'l '" of Criminals which answers the critics W.Walker, county*commissioner 4.00 as I was twenty years ago I give an ::,-
t. .' j.. of, the pardoning board. Ifo one should R. A. Conklinz, co'ty com.and mileage 25.60 praise to Pet'UIJL uCBe NewhoL country.MOKGAN A WALTON,
t .. J.B.Miot. 8.40
.. miss this nomber. 'Write The Sun, J. F. Wooten, 8.00 Suffered From Catarrh .f Kidneys, I. TITUSVILLK FLORIDA
T.J. Cockshutt, ". "' 4.80 ,
; Jacksonville, Fla and order it sent to
J.P.Brown, waiting on board_____. 4.00 Threatened With Nervous Collapse, ,
0.: ;" : .- yon. or see us.WHY. A. A. Stewart, copying minutes ...... 5.00 Cured by Pe-ru-na.
;i D. L. Gulden salary ', 33.33A. r
pros attorney Mr.F.'B.Richards,609 E treetN.W.,
li.-C-: :: :; :.. NOT DISGORGE D. Penney, salary county judge_,_ 25.00
"--"' '. W. S. Norwood registration offcer15.00A. Washington, D.C., War Correspondent,
Testifying before the insurance committee A. Stewart, books for cattle finspct'r writes: "Exactly six years ago I was
I '' : and clerk's office_____.____.__.__ 2.20J. ordered to Cuba as staff correspondent of
;: i c ate, ,,: York,'September; SHh, P. Brown, Janitor.----__.______,. 5.00J. .
': -'r John .A. McCall, president of the'New P. Brown,jailor,---___________. 30.00 the New York Son. I was in charge of a
:. York Life Titusville Electric Light Co., lights___ 39.00 Sun Dispatch boat through the Spanish :
;i; Insurance said tha.tI
e :: : company E. L. Brady Bro. mdse for jaiL___ .90 American War. The effect of the trop-
;: ?: t '> sums aggregating $235,000 had been paid E. C. Lam. & Snp. (X mdse for jail._.. 1.25 ical climate and the nervous strain

} \ to Andrew Hamilton. Mr. McCall said_ Red Cross Pharmacy, med. poor farm. 2.75 showed plainly on my return to the'
E. C. L. & Sup. Co., lumber poor farm. 37.32 _
: : : that Mr. Hamilton's account is not East Coast Advocate, adv. license list. 24.50 states. Lassitude, depression to the
subject 'to audit. He said that he was Florida Star pub. notice cir ct adjnmt 1.30 verge of melancholia, and incessant
Florida Star print'g postals tax collctr 17.65
the would be Mr. kidney trouble made me practically an
k' sure $235,000, paid by A.A. Stewart, notices to jurors adj'mt 2.50
Hamilton on demand of the company, L. K.:Myers, drawing jury Nov. term. 3.00J. invalid. This undesirable condition f ?
P. Brown, sum. witnesses jury... 16.05 continued,despite the best of treatment.
adding: "If it isn't, I'm responsible. aad J. P. Brown, sum.jury circuit court___ 2L20A. finally brother newspaper m nwho PRES. C. B. NEWHOF r

I'll ray if." .A. Stewart,mak'g cert copies---_. .60 like myselt had served in the war, induced Suffered From Catarrh of Bladder.
Neither Mr. McCall nor Mr. Hamilton A. A. Stewart, report delinquent taxes 1.00 YOU WILL ENJOY
; A. A. Stewart record'g deed (Qoode).. 1.40 me to give a faithful trial to
'" has shown the disposition or ability to A. A. Stewart accountant _____.______ 30.00 Peruna. 1 did so. In a short time the kidney without getting the any of our popular brands of cigars. We
.i account for the expenditure of this con. T.T. Wetmore, ice for clerk's office __ 335 lassitude left me,my kidneys resumed desired results. Peruna is the only receive them fresh from the manufacturers -
J&& E.Prevatt sapt poor farm Oct___ 45.00E. remedy which was really of any benefit and that's why
+ siderable sum olmoney. Mr. Hamilton .____ healty condition, and a complete cure
W. Dunn cook for poor farm. 12.00 to me. I have not had a trace of kidney
I',. is visiting in foreign l la nds, and does not Q. F. Duren, mdse poor farm.-_______ 1.45J. was effected. I cannot too strongly trouble nor a cold in THEY RETAIN THEIR FINE FLAVOR
Pritchard & Co., mdse farm ___ 10.90E. recommend Peruna to those my system.
'J: appear to be at all concerned as to the poor suffering Pe-ru-na Contains No Narcotics. and are uniform in quality.. Our cheap-
s: L. Brady & Bro., mdse. poor farm 54.24
... with kidney trouble. To-day I am able cigars smoke better than most expensiveones
necessity for 'the repayment of thiss Paid jurors and witnesses for inquest- 9.00A. One reason why Peruna has found *
to work as hard as at time in permanent bought elsewhere. Well made cigars
A. Stewart tax certa for compo etc. 24 00 any my
Mr. McCall is of "re-
use homes is that it
money. life and the examiner for many from selected tobacco'well cured
J. P.Brown game warden bal Sep Oct. 24.65 a leading insurance -
t. sponsible," and inasmuch as he said R. Bowler, ,ferryman_______________ 5.00 company pronounced me an contains no narcotics of any kind. Pe- makes an exquisite smoke. We have
"I'll pay it" .this is the time to "make ROAD'FUND. "A risk." runa is perfectly harmless. It can be that kind.
used length of time without
any acquir-
.good. John Henry, div'g road fund for dist 1250E. In Poor Health Over tour:: Years. ing a drug habit. Peruna does not RED CROSS PHARMACY,
The Commoner strikes it about right C. L.&Sup Co., lumber for bridges. 17.16 produce
Pe-ru-naOnly Remedy of Real Benefit temporary results. It is TITUSVILLE.BOBBINS.
by saying that, of course, nobody expects District No. 1- Mr. John Nimmo, 215 Lippincott St., in its effect

Hamilton, or McCall, or any of J. W. Osban, road work___________ 4.00 Toronto, Can., a prominent merchant of It has no bad effect upon the system,
,that ilk, to voluntarily return the money E. E. Swinson, ______-____ 18.43 that city and also a member of the and gradually eliminates catarrh by
N. M. Fish. u _____________ 2.00A.
taken from the policyholders, bat it will Wilson, u ___..__ 27.18 Masonic order, writes: moving the cause of catarrh. There area
.occur to -a great many people that there "I have been in poor health generallyfor i multitude of homes where Peruna has & GRAHAM
District No. 2-
should be sufficient power in New York's over four years. When I caught a been used off and on for twenty years. --
'- N.'M. Fish, road work.. '_______:___ 10.50 bad cold last winter It settled in the I I Such a thing could "yt be possible if CO.,
legal machinery to force these plunder: __________.._
B. B. LaBoche : 25.00 bladder and (Incorporated. Paid up Capital |25,000.00.)
era to disgorge their ill-gotton gains. r.A. Shippee, ______-____, 2.00 kidneys, causing set ions j I rerun contained any drugs of a nor
- - - J.R.Carter, ____________1 2.00 trouble. I took two greatly ailverUsed t I I {'I.t; "nhIrp. This company owns lands
in the Indian River Country -

TO UPBUILD'THE SOUTHIt District No. 3- ,on the St. Lncie River,

is admitted that the South is N.M. Fish, road work__.__:______i 272.82I. The Engine is the Heart of the BoatDon't at New River and on Biscayne -
, pros- W. Lanier, _.__..______ 7.75 Bay..
perous, and that the development of her
District No. 4- have a good boat with
resources is going forward at a rate that .
H. S. Williams, road work__________ '4.00N.M.Fish a bad heart. Don't spoil a vacation Send for land list,
is commanding ,very general attention. I
___________ 2.00 cruise because of
The various crops of 1903 and 1904-5 A. Dyal ... -L__..__ 4.50 or a a OFFICES .

brought to her people a l large amount of A. S. Dixon."C? ............ 10.50 poor, uncertain engine. Regal TITUSYILLE urn MIAMI.
C. H. Hibbs ----.---___-. 7.50 marine engines are four cycle
money. This money, together with
District No. 5- automobile type with jump The
almost as much more derived from other Alpine Cottage

agricultural ,and from industrial sources B. R. Chaudoin, road work_ r________ 15.50 spark i ignition. Rated 1} h. p., ,
3 h. and 5 h. in Under the of Mrs. Kate
at least what is retained of it is being FEEDING PBISONKBS FUND.J. p. p. single cylinder management

{ used to finance the numerous enterprises P. Brown feeding prisoners________ 50.00 8 h. p. and 15 h. p. in Myers, assisted by F. A. Lesley,

; .. that are.beingestablished in every Southern Board adjourned to feet on the first double cylinder, and 30 h. p. in TITUSVILLE, FLA.

:i state. It is true of course that the: Monday in December, 1905.. four cylinder engines.

South is still dependent upon the North -Write for nearest agent.- Daily or Weekly Board.
,'. for money to operate her enterprises and Treasurer's StatementNov. Don't make any kind of arrangement House Newly Furnished.

to establish others, but has not the time .1st, 1905. about as engine until Everything First Class.

f. about come when she ought to have Balance cash on hand Oct. 1. 1905.$ 6.989.02 you see our catalogue 12. Location: Hopkins street, near Julia.
enough to supply her wantb? Amount received in Oct. 1905.... 1,211.89 I

l; With half a billion or more of cash com Total___________f 8,200.91 Regal l Gasoline Engine Co., Coldwater, Mich J. L. MOBLEY

; ; ing to her every year from one source Less warrants paid in Oct. 1905, and ,
warrants delivered to county com- Also manufacturers of the famous Regal Stationary Engines.
t. alone she ought not to be as dependentas missioners and board of public instruction TITUSVILLE, :FLA.,
-- -- ------
t.: as she is on the North for money with .___.______.____......___11,988.02 Contracts for all kinds of Painting:, Kal-

which to move her crops or to run the Titaille! Furniture somining, Staining, Finishing and Paper
Balance cash hand _
mills or her mines. on Nov. 1, 1905 6,212.89 Company Hanging, at the most reasonable price
The above amount is held as follows: consistent with good workmanship.
;: And she wouldn't be if so much of her in Indian
Deposited River
.-" money wasn't lost in speculating ventures bank, as per cashier's certificate State at- :a:. E. OXNER. Manager. Work anywhere on the East Coast

or paid out for life and fire insurance tached to monthly st.a.tementt 6212.89 We quote prices on a few of our leaders: Specially solicited. Let me know what

and for articles that could just as well Balances belonging to each fund are as ART SQUARES 9x12, Price $6.00. you want and get my estimate on it.
follows: RUGS, from 25c. up. Prompt attention all
given to work.
", ; be made at home. County revenue,general fund______ $48.57 WILLOW ROCKERS, $2.25 to $3.50.
We have called attention a number of ',' road and bridge ______ 38.04 IRON BEDS, from $3 50 up.

times to the need of putting more moneyin "" building; ....._ 7.99 BEST; GRADE :MATTING. 30 cents up. EAST COAST MEAT MARKET
fine and forfeiture ._.._. 1
life and file insurance companies here feeding prisoners ______ 755.75 DRESSERS AND WASH STANDS a specialty, from $4.25 o. F.BUSES, Agent,
in the South, and of establishing banksat .". sp'l r'd Fd.Dist. 1-__________ 10 93 up.
.. 2__________ 51804 Lower Floor Star Building.
all places that will support institutionsof ,
3___________ 16134 Florida and
that kind. By means of hanks the game warden fund..........._ 18.40 -- ---- ---- ,--

people are taught to save their money, *' property fund___of__deceased__ ----_-persons______ 1.80 E. L. BRADY & BRO.,

and when they have a surplus they want school fund (general)______ 9115 -- WesternHeats

in which to invest it. The special.. tax school dist.______ 7134
surplus something will make the South financially .. .. .. .. 2....._ 123:77: Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products.

of the North and, at the Total"-_________$ 6,212.89 We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusive
independent Respectfully, in the above lines of goods, and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices oi :
same time, will give the strongest! kind Joins HENRY, Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY & BRO..TITUSVILLE,FLA. \NIlY of all Kinds
kinds of
of encouragement to many en County Treasurer. -' --

terprises.The AGONER &. COs TITUSVILLE
chief point we wish to make is Terrific Hue With Death. -

that the people of the South, instead of "Death was fast approaching," writes Staple and Fancy Groceries Hay Pr ogee of'all I Kinds NOTICE TO NON-KES1DENT.

trying to get rich quick by investing in Ralph F. Fernandez of Tampa, Fla., de IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IX AND FOB
stocks that scribing his fearful race with death, "&II the Seventh Judicial Circuit
'If' cotton futures and risky VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY Florida, in
a result of liver trouble and heart disease, and for Brevard QuDtl-In Chancery
-' promise large returns, should save her which had robbed me of sleep and of all T1tusv1. I : F Cr1d.a. E. D. Mitchell

money and put it into home enterprises interest in life. I had tried many different ??. } Bill for Divorce.

\ and home financial institutions. The doctors and several medicines, but got Essie Mitchell
millions she pays out annually for fire no benefit until I began to use Electric MATED CIGARSThe To Essie Mitchell Residence unknown ;
Bitters. So wonderful their effect
are hereby
and life insurance should be paid to that in three days I felt like a new man, success of the San Mateo Cigar Bill of Complaint filed required herein to against appear to you the in

home institutions of that kind, and then and today I am cosed of all my troubles." is the above entitled cause on or before the bt
would be available for her Guaranteed at Red Cross Pharmacy;price one of the greatest triumphsof day of January, 1900.
the money South should emancipate 50c the East Coast since the freeze. THE FLORID.\ STAG is hereby desisted
upbuilding. as the newspaper in which this
order shall hepublished
: Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the
herself from the North financially peninsula of Florida and the once a week for eight consecutive
Island of Cuba can produce, and wrapped with the rich, silky leaf crown on East weeks.
as soonas she possibly Can, not becauseof Coast plantations, the cigar industry of the world has never produced a better article Witness DIy baud aDd seat of said court this
any hostility to th section: but because Bat 6rrup Tura Good. Use For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union News Company the 2nd day of November A. D. 1905.
m tam,. end d on train [UAL]
Florida. A.
doing so she will have the means every entering A. ST5WAaT,

for the by development of her resources Manufactured by s, W. ROWLEY San Mateo Fla. u .By Clerk Circuit Court.,C.

oJ, Complainant
Webb, Solicitor for

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... i,{i;f- 'l WIIiI'V1cb1Itr'of! Live'(oafc' : "You..have heard:of Aogk I party who ;made_ :the, ,trip, and constipation, soar stomach, or any other I Use Ayer's Hair Vigpr: ; andrestore .
1 's'!': "i; "') pain! Hollister'a Rocky Mountain Tea I '
.:to: rlor:county, is able tot Lamps? Sane people, call they report that the' river' Is' wider will make you well and keep you welL to your gray hair all

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l'1'\\-.. !"''" ,/ us and :we ,will tefl you the steamers made regular trips to; .the t i Hair Vigor restored the satnrI'color

:;..;(=$'t. r wCWeet: been reflected presBaseball- joke,on Mr c't ,1i'k..ideat' p@U@d.! It 11 all you elatm for it"
ik 'c -;"thetJacksonvAle Superintendent Wakely and Dr. S. G. MRS.E.J.VABDSCAS, .nic TiU X.T, i
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"__" (.4:,'y .. 4It:;UO lll....""'. >, & STEWART Worley of. SL Augustine, are on an inspection '1110 a bottle._ 3,0.nn en. '
'" ", ''''' ':""tf' "" r f The 'first refrigerator car for trans- All dru '< r.nw..lI. M..
.... {;,}; trip over the entire system of MMMMMMlOrDark c
Lucie i portation of fish to the Northern markets
'( Melbourne and Fort Piercewhile the Florida East Coast Railway.
fJt7 r; arrived in this city this morning, I ,The employes will be examined .for Hair
;ft ulattoa'! pt 3,054., and
i the
.> 't= I consigned to Florida,Fish Produce .:yisior and hearing. The, superintendent

c There are DOw:166: automobile. ragifieteredan Company. Later in the season and doctor started from the northern terminus -

>),, ?J?\. the"d city. recorder's "office inJacksonvife eating 'an. oyster stew one many more of these.... ears. ,will of the road and work southward. Annual "
'"' .. 4JN. be forwarded here. In size they are Camp Meeting
From ten 'days' to two weeks' will be required -
< s i3a, -- evening last, week, Miss Nellie Cone
J-"" .f .:Fry'of_Palatka will have S2.000 made quite a valuable discovery in ordinary freight cars. They jpo divid- for the trip. ,The annual camp meeting of the Day- ,
ed Into four compartments with ice. tona district of the A. M. E. church will
9 head ID- *market
,: ;t lettuce'ready for[th the shape of three 'pearls of varying f
;in'..a few days.Qver 'are This saves the shippers the cost of Hastings Potato Business '. be held at Titusville this year, commente
4r sizes. The gems as yet unpolished
barrels and it is claimed that the fish Mr.'McClung, who was manager of the tog on, Thursday, the 9th'insL., and --
In Sanford the local health ,land are apt to prove of some
,7 .+;. reach their .destination in much bet.. Hastings Potato association last year, closing Monday, the 20th. i

:1? h&Uj officer- has ben'charging' a dollar fori1' value.-Lake., City Index., ter condition than when packed in says that the association has not gone to The best singers in the state will assistin

;: 'J>I' certificates: .,- A side. of ,bacon Is, what kept,'I*' barrels and shipped oy express. The. pieces. It donated $1,000 to perfect the the song service and Rev. A. Scott .

Ji? Tie
>' .' 'Palm;, Beach ana Miami is rapidly going to the bottom of the St ,Johns pounds,, The car is the property of be in the deal next year .Thursday next

.:' Bearing completion. river .a few days ago.. The boat was the Florida Fish and Produce Com- He says that the acreage in potatoes Special rates on the F. E. C. railway r

";' t. Knight &; Williams of' Ocala have being brought from 'Pal tka to Jacksonville pany.-Miami correspondent'' Times- this rrasonwill be just as large as last from all points between St., Augustine; e

purchased the,, naval stores interests when a snag was.encounter.eel Union. yeai and that few if any of the growers 'and West Palm Beach with special train s
: '
,of! W, W; Pope;.of1, Rochelle. a few miles north of Palatka. The Ju-turJiy!; lost last season. service on Sunday, the 19th, from St. '
Augustine and Sanford. This will b*
s. Extension Work
'The' Hotel Palms at West Palm bacon was jammed in the space .
Neuralgia Paine.Rh your opportunity to visit,.Titusville.
tin-ought which the ,water was Pending the !arrival of material
t Beach, owned by Mr. J. C.. Stowers, pour4ing :-nwatism, lumbago and sciatic pains Round trip tickets will be sold on Saturdays ,
practically all of the shipbuilders and
j will open.for the season next Friday. and the boat brought through yield (H the penetrating influence of &..1lard's and Sundays, Nov. 11th, 'Jtb.; ,
mechanics in' the F. E. C. ,
safely employed 'nuw Liniment. It penetrates to
A' 'observation 18th 19th at the following low' rater,
automobile ,
big touring
the >-- and and absorbedinto
Railway ship yard have been laid off, net v< bone being
r -will be operated in Jacksonvillenext Farmers throughout the State are though one is kept at work buiid the blood its: healing properties are limited to Monday following date of sale: 4
gang "
w.: winter .It will seat forty people. now planting, their lettuce crops, and number houses : conveyed to every part of the body, and to return: St. Augustine to Middleton,$1;
tefe. from all accounts the crops this sea- ing, a of portable that effect some wonderful cures. 25c.., 50c. Armstrong and Hards 90c.; Hasting to'
will be carried by steamer to the various and $1.00. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacyand
son will be much larger than last. East Palatka including Palatka and San
.. More thau f40,000 will- be spent for camps of the Key West extension Eau Galhe Pharmacy Eau Gallie,
Much celery is being planted in and Fla. :Mateo 80c.; Yelvington to New Smyrna.65c. .
new generators and other machineryfor operations. As soon as the lumber
: about Palatka, and the farmers of .; Hawks Park 60c.; Hucomer and Oa&Hill

the:$Jacksonville Electric Light that section. promise good crops. The, shall have arrived shipbuildw.g 'operations Weather Report 50c; Lyrata 40c;. East Aurantia tt

Plant Manatee and Sanford sections, it is will be- resumed and four large 8UMMAUY FOB OCTOBER, BY REV. JAB. H. Pritchards 25c.; Delespine to Sharpes SOc;. :

: J. E. '"Bowden, a' well-known resident said, will have the largest crops of barges. one hundred, pontoons and a WHITE U. 8. WIATHEB OBSKBYEB. .City Point 40c.; Cocoa and Rockledge;

of Jacksonville, will be a candidate lettuce this season_ ever before -pro number of houseboats rushed throughto Highest temperature on the 11th 87.0 Coquina and Bonaventure 65a*; Pineda rand

I8J for'sheriff-' > Puval' county at duced. sPhosphate completion. All of these crafts lowest temperature on the 23rd 63.0 Eau Gallic 75&; Melbourne Grsal! ;

x" the next. ? election.: will be for use in the extcnsioi work. Mean for the month 76.6; average mean $1; Micro to Quay $1.25; Gifford $tAO; -

shipped by the Peace Besides the boat building here rh. rail- for 24 years 751; highest mean for llyears Vero to Fort Pierce $1.50; White City to .

,The recordfish catch of the season River Phosphate' Mining Co., through road: company is having twenty boats 1882, 79.0; lowest mean for 11 years 1889, Jensen $1.60; Wawa to Gomez $1.75;
was' made last ,Saturday night by the port of Punta: Gorda:, Oct. 7th, consisting of barges, lighters and 72.8. Hobe Sound to Riviera $1.90j West Paln3'

one of the_ city's leading enterprises. steamship Shawmut'' to Philadelphia, houseboats built at Cummer's: mill Rainfall in inches, 4.22; average for 28 Beach $21
Capt ''Proctor and his men, who took 1990 tons; 15th, by steamship Dorothyto near Jacksonville, and which will be years, 5 91; greatest for 28 years' in 1899

} -8,000 pounds of fish. Carte'ret, N. J., 3230, tons; 31st, by towed here as fast aft they are com- 21.88; least for 28 years 1901082.

The Towles' father and son, arrested schooner'Eleanor P. Bartran to Alex- Prevailing direction wind, northeast.
pleted. Agents of the eompary are
at Jacksonville in connection with andria, Va., 1745 tons; total,.69C5 tons, in the north buying dredges, tuss and Number of clear days 21; number of !ImDOYBIiSnBd Soil

c_;, r, the murder:of the'negro woman, Lulu Shipped previously ,this year, 60,350 other boats and the next few weeks fair days, 7; number of cloudy days 3,

1 Wise and ',,ter( four childrci, havej' tons. Grand total to date, 67,335 tons. will see a large number of new crafts, number days with rain, 13. Numberof

,from custody. Punta Gorda Herald.A days with thunder; 9.
; be n discharged all for the extension work, ia these Island Home, Merritts Island Fla. Impoverished soil, like imporerished

3n The Gulf Coast Fair. at DeFtmlak: special to -the Florida Times- waters.-Miami Metropolis. blood, needs a proper

g Springs, has been a great success the Union from Starke says that the injunction Strawberry planting at Lawtey is '
Florida Orange Season Well OpenedNew fertilizer. A chemist by anal'j
= display,of live stock farm products. case of the Seaboard Air Line nearly finished. The rainy season has
exceptionally fine. Bell ( York Fruit Trade Journal.) been an ideal one for strawberry culture. ins ,the soil can tell you what
etc:*being against the Telephone Company, The fields are looking fine, and tbe
J Tbe" Council of the city of West in reference to crossing its tracks has Florida oranges and grapefruit are acreage is larger than ever. i fertilizer to use for different '

Palm'Beach may spend $2,500 fn making been dismissed by the plaintiff sat increasing rapidly in supply here, It took the citizens of Florida a long : uroducts. r

i sewer extensions that will do away isfactory arrangements having been nearly 20,000 packages having been time to find out that they can grow hay

entirely with.the need of a scavenger. made between the parties. So the received this week. Of course, a con- but they have now learned the lesson If your blood is impoverished .
siderable for reshipment pretty well. Bradford county farmers
proportion were
The farmers in the vicinity of putting up of the wires will proceedat to other markets. There have saved $20,000 worth of hay last year. vonr doctor will tell you what

will hav. about once, and Starke will soon be in to fertilize it and .
+ Chaires, Leon county, been six steamship cargoes from Savannah Farmers throughout the state are now yci giveit
half their usual cotton communication with Jacksonville. planting their lettuce crops and from all
a little over and Jacksonville. One of the rich, red corpuscles that
the this will be
accounts crops' season
crop but the corn crop is unusually Charles Abraham and, David Abraham these received on Thursday consistedof much larger than last. Shipments will --c lacking in it. It may be you "I I '

who conduct'a grocery store and till the middle of December. !
good._ about 6,000 boxes of oranges and not begin
t 'ell! tonic but
: a more likely orr'a'd
Jr; According to the West Palm Beach saloon at 755 West Bay street; jack grapefruit. The other cargoes, were Much celery is being planted in and v

the skeleton found at Sher sonville, were tried In the Criminal light. about Palatka, and the farmers of that a concentrated fat food,.

r 1F man's papers point near that city, is that of Court Thursday on the charge of sell This is an early opening for the section atee and promise Sanford good sections crops., it is The said Man-will id: fat is: the element lackingi

3i t a negro, H C. King, who had been ing liquor on Sunday July 30th. The Florida season, and seldom heretoforehas have the largest crop of lettuce this sea i : your system. i

missing since last ApriLA first named was found not guilty, so much fruit come before No- son ever produced. o-

Seaboard Air Line freight con- while the latter was found guilty and vember. The fruit is yet largely green There is no fat food that ES ::

- ductor was arrested in_ Gainesville sentenced to pay a fine of $250 and and rough, and has to be put in hot The Exact Thine Required tion. for Constipa Sil easily digested and assimi- i

fa ; Thursday charged with blocking a costs or in default 9f the payment of rooms by the receivers before being "As a certain purgative and stomach ',I h.'ll as3cott's

t street.. crossing' with his train. JIe the fine, he will have to spend the offered. Such small amounts ad come purifier Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver J

next six months in the Duval County Tablets seem to be the exact thing Acquired :
the court costs. well colored and of good flavor, and
off by paying Emufsfon
got -strong enough for the most robust 1
/ = W. A. Lofton and R. B. Elnig of jail. the stock that colors: up ncoly!: after yet mild enough and safe for children -

an auto boat 25 Last week Judge Locke handed arrival sells at $?:?: to ?! 25: per \t'x. and without that terrible griping of Cod Liver Oil
are building "
to most R.
1-2 feet beam, with down an opinion overruling the demurrers for the oranges, an. $3.2& t,) $5 i a:C t 4r eo common purgatives, s-y '
feet' long and 3 S. Webster & Co., Udora, Ontario, Can 1
t a 12 h p. engine that is expected to of Dr. Forbes anolrs.. box for th: g.-apefcuit. although $4.50 ada. For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. It will nourish and strengthen- 4 t

1. twenty miles an Mathes to the pleas of Mr. and Mrs. is: generally top for tins

L make not less than Stetson in the libel suits pending in So far as can be told from the early Weekly Weather Report.U. .lie body V when milk and cream ,I

3. hour;) the United States Court. It will be receipts, Flordia oranges should be of .8.DXPABTMXNT: OF AGBICULTUBK:WEATH- fail to do it Scott's EmulsionH .
fall pineapple crop is KBBUREAU.JCPITEB .
The remembered that there were some very good quality this year as, despite always the same alvupalatable s
prices in the Northern markets. FLA., Xov. 7. 1905. ; ;
good seventy-five pleas in the several cases, their greeness and rough appearance -
brought 'J
have and beneliciajvhere !
: This week fancy pines presenting the defenses of justification. they have generally very good Comparative statement of temperaturesand always ,
$3.80 net, while some 18s rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. ', the is front
as high as $4.50 to These pleas were demurred to quality. 1905 1904 body Avasting: ; -

f and 24s have brought from as not being sufficient in law, and There has alreody been a very excellent DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIS. anv cause, either in childreuw !
have sold as high as Nov. 1. 76 65 79 70 "
'5.00, ,Even.42s. the demurrers were argued last spring run of grapefruit, which com 2. 78 63 76 72 or nd tilts. i :

$3.50. a short time before Judge Locke went prises perhaps one-third of the total 3. 78 64 82 73

Ii o The Times-Unfon says that the real north on his vacation. Judge Locke receipts of Florida citrus fruit; but "" 5.4. 82 80 74 63 75 80 63 69 H'e will send you a sample-rre ,. 'I "e
estate 'firm of Brobston & Fendig has sustained all these pleas and given shipments have been increased so rap 6. 82 75 73 62 >
deal 'with 7. b3 6S 65 61 Be sure that thi: I'I?- i ,
; Jacksonville have ,closed a Major Abrams, representing Dr. idly on account of the previous firm Total rainfall for the week. 0.24 inch. ture i in the form of it. 1 '
1 Goethe :Bros- the well\;-known saw Forbes and Mrs. Mathes, until the prices that growers are neglecting the Departure rainfall for the week minus 0.40 lab 1 is on tl wrapper! f 1 j

mill men ,of Summerfield., by which first Monday in December to file answers quality and maturity, and are filling inches.Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, minus ,i of every you bottlt-bu)'. Euiulbion l'I

' 25.000'a es'of good land near or replications.-DeLand Rec the market with considerable stock.' 2.57 inch.'H.
turner The P. HAEDIN, .
m' Withlacoocheee w said to ord. This has caused a considerably' easier Official in Charge. $SCOTT & BOWNE :.

consideration involved it is situation in grapefruitWhen

been'between $50,000 and $75,000. Pain may go by the name of rheuma Many children inherit constitutionsweak CHEMISTS

have 'has,-also sold to Win tism, neuralgia, ,lumbago pleurisy. No you want a pleasant physic, try and feeble, others due to childhood us Pearl St., Jew York ,
The same firm matter what name the pains are called, Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab- troubles. Holheter's Rocky MountainTea

kle, Brothers. ., the Georgia sawmill Holl !Ler' Rocky Mountain Tea will lets. They are easy to take and produce : will positively, cure children and S(){. and 100.
men,: some $50,000 worth of land in rive) them away. 35 cents, Tea or Tab no griping other unpleasant effect. Sold :make them strong. 35 cents, Tea or Tab AU Druggists.
lets. Ask your (druggist. Red Cross Pharmacy. lets. Ask
Pasco county near San Antonio. by I your druggist.!
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.,. ; ;A. ..\1; f4-;,. .? .- .1. ._ .1D the,unfolding of h rW ",character" ." _. : t } G6-0- iH.: ; Ferhald.flariare :Opt ,
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; .'s..i P' t' a4 ;' '< .. iifrafi sage: .rery earnestbd IaieS ,-.1p.Uaoverydaytyo.'retorwmk.yea / Isepyoi, I *" ;;-i ; ,
J; ;; '-" that.tDe only remedy* for the social evil .'jowl MK.aadM wlL,:Tore*,la the shape et'riotM :fi"t
; .... ..JU1 .' '&y GaDa rau. The
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'-..,::-. ". ;F '': '' IiC'gar/communities is educatingJbovi .
"" ''- --' by .: ULOOOI. ptfe way of katpiac.
;" :B .. :WOYEY"'Win, '' tevtl clMT and elcuate to MACHINE: SHOPSf: ,
UASJ tto talks,
.-.'llJ't' ',. ?'-;" GrTties and: girls. tb. ,one standard .of:mo-. '
-"r,, >; -,>- ;>"" ,i',..',> ';S23fi #' -"!''::.t' t f"- -"..."...... .' ,. CANDY -
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n ; '''' !'h ". ;CAPTIVATED BY CHOATE.i
'.....,.. :. .'..).,<.Q,.-'t.I. :(. >i.. Hubadai. : '...' "-''-iuadC1ai'a.' Plumbing and Metal Worlc.JBUILDERS'
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:o--.=.1.t f..y; y tliielr_ '.' .. Hosteue- :llalittt1sialhr.'rlela'talle =.Aaalaawd.Vs lpl u.aqft.... 3n, FAQ err ; J "

':.! .1.ii. l :;Geati,. \' 1ateGtlakti,i ii! Pekesasse i Bo7leMe4 Hi*'Di aMcd. Avto. Y7Y Taj. r.
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':4 ;'f,"-; at ;Wk tree 'i.e.--. .: ,.i. Score--one u6reto: the'list' of 'Josepha H HARDWARE PAINTS& OILS, : -

Y Z..,.. 'i7'u" o'"< ".:,N-.;.',.,$-r :nasen': ; ,sale "ia'=ia .'.....'...-"''\:ak Cboate's:'diplomatic,triumphs .says
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;i! : :: .t. : < a special dispatch froniGreat Barrington. .

"Oppoitnnltte ti +i ;IlaeMlPonsibilitia ofk Mass.,to the New'York World. It 'JaT>1M-;LIKE CANDYKtMftttvMIfttalite. Agriculturallmplements
Leisured A .
;. t. rt:-;\.; Women". published, ,'ID' tinKorth was accomplished while the ex-ambas- Fotrat Tatt Goo4., Da
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; Good.Mini 8Uk...Weaken or Grip:10.IS'u4
." 1 ,, p ': :American Regiew;Jor.: Novernr sador to the court of St; James sat by W etaU pnfco. Writ luitreesamplesad book

;i a .liar.makes the following statements:, the roadside:the other afternoon gazing ktoa kealtb..lddnas. 431KB SANFORD FLORIDA
:. tlhrUgglM..c=.. CIdaIe.I.,"'-. ,
!fj--J :: 'f There! ,1s an- immense; amount' of: upon, ,his. disabled automobile.. ,,His

ff..i'.. :feminine,:talent: .,and energy>wasted 'in country place in Stockbridge Mass:. ; YOU ILOM CLEII I

fi F} every day. This is not 'doe was several.miles. distant entirely too

c :to the Indifference, or'the.'I %1nes. 61 f far to walk. Night was, creeping' oil I Never jadjze a woman's love for housecleaning .

woman,'-for'she to'do apace.. by her dislike for dirt. r
eager to accomplifcb -
; Small boys drew near by ones and

t r '\ ... ?to go put Into'tte field.of life twos.. They like not the rich''man's [ fTben You Have *V Bad.Cold

x and achieve for herself ,And' for her auto out of whose way they have to ROUTESI
want OF SEA
You a remedy that will not only
.' kind. .Bat she simply- does not>.know dodge. They; have even been known to :!give quick relief bat effect a permanent QUEEN

1 1. bow. One. ,of: the most important throw stones. Here was a crippled core. .1'

movements of the day.,.therefore is the bark and the. captain sitting on the You want a remedy that will relieve .

% reawakening: of. woman, the rbuUdinj bank afforded a fair mark., the longs and keep expectoration easy. ,. .
Disparaging remarks Yon want a remedy that will counteract -
soon were
I her. up on a. new basis of self help and
heard troth the gathering clan. The any tendency toward pneumonia.You Merchants & Miners Trans. Go's >
work for others.' Thaf movement wills auto was vilified; the chauffeur' lying want a remedy that is pleasant and .

safe to take.Chamberlain's. 4'
; beneath the machine trying to make
taithat Cough Remedy meets all
repairs was ridiculed, and then the foe of these requirements, and for the speedy STEAMSHIP LINES %

:- '; life."It turned its fire of words on "the guy and permanent cure of bad colds stands /
is absurd to suggest that women sitting down." Hotter and hotter Red Cross
.' without a peer. For sale by
who-have a talent for music or litera. grew the blast irrelevant comment. Pharmacy.KILLTHICOUCH. -BET"NEEN-

ture or art should be enslaved by domestic Mr. Choate moved about uneasily. .-.t

w drudgery, while,the struggle'for Then he arose with all the grace which -

;: '\ the."civilization of the. world is goingon. has won'the admiration of distinguished SAVANNAH, BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct .

s.r .
;. Mrs. Sage thinks selfishness and idleness "Don't go, boys," he said cheerily assIgns AND CURE THE LUNCS
great sources of danger. She cf retreat.were manIfest. He

:--' ,-: thinks women's laxity toward drinking held the attention of. the little army WITH Dr Connections for .

: and smoking Is injurious. At a'din from the outset. He told incident aft King'sNew

ner she,recently attended she says, 'Itwas er Incident until mouths were opened .
New York and Boston
put to a vote whether or not srnok and little eyes shone as big as saucers. Discoveryftn Washington,

Ing should be Indulged In. .The ladies "
The address terminated with an appeal .

#. ? present not wishing to be obnoxious, In behalf of good citizenship. / NSUIPTION pncr t

voted 'Yes.' I being the only one thai A later comer recognized the speakeras I' OUGHSand 50e&$1.00 .

; voted 'No.' The result was that the Mr. Choate, and the word was quickly 1- .LJOLDS Fret Trial. Through on sale. at principal points.Accommodations "v .

p men Indulged their love for tobacco to passed. The ex-ambassador, his au and cuisine unsurpassed.SEND .
Surest and Quickest! Cure for ailTHBOAI .
the discomfort of almost all the women
dience completely won over, steppedinto and LUNG TROUBLES
' present and the nausea of some the car and sped swiftly away. or MONEY BACK.TheMostValuablcStlof ..
of them. This sort of thing is remote- Back of him in the roadway he could

ly sponable'for the cigarette'smok- hear the little clan yelling 'Bah for 1

V. ; ing habit among reputable young wo- Choate!" until he was out of earshotNo C. AVERY, Com'l Agent, JacksoiiTille. I ;

I' men. They indulge in order to affiliate s

with young men and be'considered Poison in Cbunberlala't Cough Book tvtr hb/YotUAdBoLBuilding utL J. C. WHITNEY. 2d T. P. & T.I., V..P. TURSEH. 6. P. A, .., ia

good fellows. Remedy. :
"Drinking Is indulged in to an appalling From Napier, New Zealand, Herald: RUDDERHOW.TO

' extent by women of the Two years ago the Pharmacy Board of BOOKSOver .

c. wealthy idle class, and their daughtersare New Sooth Wales Australia, had an

following in their footsteps. :Thegreat analysis made bf all the cough medicines loco boats have been built from the line

danger of this is that the idle !that were sold in that market. Out of the printed clime in these and books-Successfully Full sailed detail in Florida East Coast Railway.
every upon every sea-
rich class influences the succeeding entire list they found only one that they drawing of all parts, showing what it is and
is declared was entirely free from all pois how to nuke it-Text cxtrtmdy simple I
strata of society. This class surrounded

with a certain glamour that ons. This exception made was Chamberlain'sCough the HOW TO GUILD A RACeR FOR $80 Local Time Card No. 62. Corrected to 1,1$5. '
Remedy, by Chamberlain 16 foot cow ciitboat]wrkea.y to taild;frmmct all..Mknreep Sept.
those not so high up' in the so called Medicine Company, Dee Moines, i good racing trout toe.bur to lava the hiitiiiimi .

"social scale mistake for something Iowa U. S. A. The absence of a'l narcotics HOW TO BUILD A CPU PJACK SOUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN. NOITH'BOUIIMIUO UP.uffet .
genuine, but which is the veriest sham. makes, this remedy the safest and 'ioalwnter A fine Lost Htibrf for ftenooi a wrcartal.beneerbwa.bupore."e sling or knocking; tboat .b

Bear in mind that I reter to no set or best that can be had; and it is with a : full pious taj pieta:not completed U.u. '
clique, but to a condition manifestedIn feeling of security that any mother can HOW TO BUILD RACING LOOP No.DallyOOp 69 No. 89Dally l STATIONS Xo.Dally n'o.. 1"I
Xoft incmaful rmcia mvkne ever dedgn.d a prim
give it to her little Chamberlain's
all parts of the country. Now, the ones. hner in Aiuciica,Au and AiatnlU to baud MM --I
i CMJ )
Cough Remedy is especially recommended to ww with. ( 9 40 a Lr _?......_.....1acbonyUl...____ Ar T 00 P 8 a
persons of this class are widely iml 007 1/ 48 So. Jacksonville__ U
Ly' Up' a
p al. --
by its makers for coughs colds, HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH .
tated. If they drink It is considered croup 613p653p 10 55 a __..m_St. AugustjCo,_.,_ 5 SOp 140 a
and whoopingcouph. This remedy is for .U Simple and..iu practical ihowinf Several bovtocotutnctklMBclh 11 3i a'1 ._ ..._BatUngs_ _.._ 4 nil' ita.tut.. ,
tor motor. other
:smart to do so, and others follow suit sale by Red Cross Pharmacy.For xe any plaas.HOW ) _71Qp ,11 50 a, II _.?__ Eaxt P laika ?._._ ., 4 3t P
If they smoke cigarette. other. girls dr TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA 98 7S5p 12 lpp Ar .Palatka ._..._ LY 'JO P I a CC
las all arnnnd cruuin.r boat; good cabin: OTwlUad ....__._ ..___ .
the Mme." Yeal'l. .tier; shJo wan-n. 64p 11 2> a LT Palatka .u 500 P u. C
Sixty ----I _..__. ...... .
denounces I gambling as HOW TO BUILD SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOP 8 26 p 2 au pr ? ?8an Matto Lv 410 p _
Mrs. Sage ;
Winslow Lv ____.& Mateo_..._ 150 ;
Mrs. Soothing Syrup has A dner little ailing boat,with moderate orerbaagi aioj EJ a 0 Ar JL8i a
one of the "Inevitable concomitants of been used for over sixty years by millionsof -ill ml,&aa. 7 p 12 32 pLTPJ"| -?___ Neoya ??.___ LT 357p Hit a rot
Idle extravagant life." She tells of HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE 99and 803p810p 12 47 ___.. _...Bunnells ?.--..- 3 4'P .14 a A
mothers for their children while teeth.
126.3 P' ...___ .Dupont.......... ___ :33Tp310p I 2i a
to bald the foe
Mary cnft
hostesses politely bullying men into lug, with perfect success. It soothes the to begu with;caa;hi everything built ery Mraight che plj;,Jug eitatr tloop oe eat a rig bon 8 n p 126 p _._Ormond...__ .H Afi> A4i7ft 't k
game ot poker or bridge whist and child, softens the gums, allays all pain, 853p904p 139 P II _.._ Da1t.n&____ 3: 00 p ....
151 P .._... Pori Orange____ 250p230p 4 34s i
making them pay dearly. She adds: cures wind colic, and is the best remedy I, A complete description of bow to build a model;also Ha* 9 25 p 215 pAr .___._njfew SmyrnAT ..?_ II 4 1ft fteiop Q

"The trouble is that the wives of for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor af skiff vied is Mul ng model "'11)21 a-344p355p ?_._.?.Lake Helen.. ? ?. .. ." Lv 1245p .t

many men in this class squander In lit tie sufferer immediately. Sold by drug- $1. Trains 10 39 a : ...___.. Orange City_.?._ 11: 35 ppLT U P
and other- forms of dissipation dsts I in every part of the world. Twenty- PRICE: EACH 10 45 ft 4 00 p ____Orange City Junction- 12 31J P I U P n
gambling five cents a bottle Be sure and ask for PREPAID Sf CXMCM: ANVWHCME onTrains -9 35 P -215a _. .__New SmY'D&.,.__. Lv -S20p 4-a =
the money their husbands give "Mrs. Winslotf's and Bound in cloth-Gold lettering-Size of pa8 10 00 P sip _....... Oak Bnl._ 154p SStft .
Soothing Syrup, _____.. .____ a ,
them for household expenses and are 9 by U inches-Large,clearly-drawn plans. 1039p 330 p Ar ? TituavlUe 111 p SOOft fA
take other kind.
to such no 9 00 ____ Sanford _?_._ Ly 1000ft115p 1000 a r
Compelled to resort just measures THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. ftIQOUaLr. ?..?......._._ 8anft>rd .....__ Ar --_ II 00ft842ft o
=:: :=: .
to make up the deficit lest their ....._._....... ..
OA&'X'OD.2A.: 0 MURRAY STHKT NEW YORK U. S. A 10 39 p 3 31 p LT Tit i 8vUle ???? ? ? Lv SOOft
bu bands find out the true state of affairs ;he KM Yts Carson 1118 pIt 4 03 p .____Oncoa_.__.__.._ 12 lip 31 ft 3H
drastic measures to J.snt.s JJIIInJS tagbt Send postal for Catalogue of Books for 22 P 413 P ..._-._. Bockledge..?.,._ 12 SO p 9 1C ft 1
and adopt yachtsman's Library 11 63 p 445p Eau: Oa111e..__ USSa: 141t a
correct them. 12 05 a 4 Sip _._._..Melbourne.H__.._. II 1144 -4ftIJSlft sit
r whistas --. 12 61a 5 57 p62Jp ___. _.Sebastian..____ II 11 Oi a ..
"Week end parties have bridge 199 a .. __...__...81. Lucle?....___. 10>> 11 a 12 00 a "*
a sole purpose. Rooms are hired 155 ai 6 45 p .. ..._._.._Fort Pierce.__._ 10 IS a 111 65 P 3
7 04 .. Tibbals _..._ __ 930 (A '
:2 8 p n sap
and furnished In all parts of New York 2 23 a 712p717p .. ..__...__..Edoll_.._____ 9 28 aI m pimp
city by fashionable young women who THERE IS MONEY IN 2 28 a339i .". .??_.?.__ Jensen. ..._?.__. .. 9 21 all K
I 7 28 p756p __..?.?..?.... Stuar'I It Ai'11 Dtp '0
but gamble there. I was .. I IB2ia
nothing Sleeping 3 OS a .?__..?_ Hobe Sound ?_,_ 10 34 p
sitting in my carriage not long ago, 3 27 a1, 8 11 II'. _...Went Jupiter. .._MM_. .' !10 11 P .
404&! 8 61 {> .West Palm Beach. .__ 74* !
GROWING ????- ; ai' 4i p
{. and seeing a young friend of whom ]I ( GINSENGProf. 4 32 al 9 Up" _'.'_ .._Boynton........._...?.. 7 20 a 111 P 3a
-t am fond walking up the avenue, I invited 4 42 a; 9 2< p .... -.-..?..... .....Delray.! ..._..._.._ 710 aIda 1 9 Wp
5 37 al 10 21 p __ Fort Lauderdale. ( .
,>:: her to drive with me. But she : 5 45 a ll) 30 p _........._... DanUHallandiUe....._._MM._. 6 lU a 1 8Mp t
f to J.; waved her hand and exclaimed: 'I 5 54 al 10 42 p, ...__._. .____. .. soda. lit
Jjt t, Howard, of the Missouri State Agricultural College, says: "I 6 24 a, 11 07 pi"635a'lll5 ......?....*... Lem nClty.Hlaml. __ u 5 >4a 7'J p .00
can't today. I've been losing at euchre advise/ American farmers to cultivate Ginseng. Biz profits are realized.It q ', p!Ar _.._ .__.__?.....? Lv 5 2-\ a flip P
;. and now I'm going to make It up is a hardy plant, and is easily jjrown."-A bulletin issued by the

'\ ,.- at bridge.: And she hurried on. Pennsylvania State College in part says: "The supply of native Ginsengroot Dally Ex. HOMESTEAD EXTENSION DailvKx..

"The idle rich are no more vicious is rapidly diminishing, and the price per pound is correspondingly Sun. Sera k: '

than the Idle poor, but they are much increasing, while the constant demand for the (drug in China" stands as a I 00'"ft _...m..Lv -..-.---Miami.?.__ Ar == SSOp
lacking in sympathy with one guarantee of a steady market for Ginseng in the future. -Consul Gen 10 1JJ ?.__ ___Homeatead...___ Lyl- loop '.
,- more eral Rublee, of Hong Kong, says in the U. d. Consular reports: "The :

another. sale of Ginseng root grown in America is very large here, and the demand tNo.17 fi'
Mrs Sage recommends women of is so great that much more could be disposed of advantageously.The No. 23>o. 91 No. 19 I Dally MAYPORT BRANCH No. 1* Yo. 10 1'1.. n I, .k r
:. leisure to apply themselves to mission root is as indispensable to the four hundred million Chinese as is Only Sun. Only Sun. Dally1010ft };x. Daily 8ua. Dally

ary work In Improving towns and vil their rice." Sua. only

... lages. She says: tOO P OOP 8 20 a LT ._._lack nYm.__... Ar T45a137a It 10 lSOD
... ,'In our great cities many women Ginseng ia a staple on the market the same as corn, wheat and cot 308p 10 18 a A 08 p II 28 a Ar JactsonvlUe.PabI Ly iiziUM P p i23n -
ton.' The present market price varies from |6.00 to $8.50 per pound, 340p 10 80 a 640p64Sp 8 59 a ..1. _. .. beach_ ", 705a a 4 60 --
lonely or are 10 55 9 04 a _. !
are necessarily 345Psoop a AUanUcRachJUjrport 7 00 i =
while the cost of producing is less than $1 50. It is to and I a 444 P =
easy grow 11 10 a 700 920 a ... ... _.. S + '
And this loneliness PI 6 ij II
into vicious society. requires very little ground. An acre, of matured Ginseng is worth al l at I 4 W P,... ,... f .

: is not ameliorated by attending $40,000. There is room in one's garden to grow several hundred dollars' ..

,:' ', balls and other entertainments. It is worth each year. The plant thrives throughout the United States and PENINSULAR AND; OCCiDENTAl STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI

unfortunate that men of small means. Canada in any soil or climate that will grow garden vegetables. We sell

'' having to attend business must leave roots and seeds for planting purposes, and can show you how to make
:r.. their wives much alone In hotels and money growing Ginseng. There are two planting seasons, spring and Close Coanectloa Made at Miami with Steimshlpi of the P. 4 0. S. S. Coapur For

woman's fall. With each order we give full instructions how to plant and care
Is not
houses. It
2 boarding resigned for the garden. You can get a good start in this business for a small HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

: nature to be philosophically outlay, and soon have a nice income. Send two-cent stamp today for .. -
; to solitude. She must have society, literature telling all about this wonderful industry.BUCKINGHAM'S .
she must have Thrs Time Tables show the times at which trains mar be
preferably good, but expocted to arrive u sad depot
from the WTeral stations but their arrival or 'I"JiiU'Sul1I as u tllBI'a at&\eel 11 DOS ru.aran\
society. norlsthUttropanytoteheUreswwlMetoranydrFor cocaequoDCOl WiD
f";: ."An Inexperienced man IB apt toI' GINSENG GARDEN .
his'wife and still expect her to
:' be chaste as Lucrece. There is great Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Otber Information

tf field. for work among the unemployed GROWERS AND EXPORTERS "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.1tJ.
the Idle rich
'3-' wives of salaried men.

'would only learn to. look upon D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen'l Pass.
woman ZA11Tma t' -r.T.m a a a OHIO: Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
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'" ioim crui. ihe'control It Is:the'first power plant tatbe ',...I Wef:-""
.<,r.--<,, ;" of. ; ; kind ministers of. Boston; Oct. .23, action : .
;". .-eo enfral had been. secnr-" that the government'nai"'everanowed, 'taken regretting ; :
:-"i ,was unanimously: the
d*Jeietot; ; $- o a4' ;.and' !the. to be; built/an::4:nail ble river ,The exclusion;of Unitarian delegates from : : -ri: }

,i.. .fW.... :?i1 .F Tetineaee' Central; ex. permisaioawaaVgranted, because the .the coming church conference and'ex: ,
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:k;-#Ilmt.;.It:":tDekcotmtrrl ttWO: ; ; ',''The greatest|Standardeateompaniuf sys- 'of the plant, will be 56,000 horsepower tianity and. the conservatism of spiritin 4 ECILIAN' / -

: ...... : .,New ,', 'which will be distributed keeping with our ..larger sense, of '
.1": : YorJr holds
\.!'_ e8dnds lathe ,Tennessee Cenr'tgnn : The through contractors.fourteen are electrical W J.-generators.Oliver Christian brotberhood.'rNew I THEPEBFECTRANG PLAYER :
; & Chartists.
; Home of the ,
option:for, between (
; < $15,000- Co. ..ofKnoxTille Tenn.New ., ..
; ':,,!!AnelE0,000000;, sa_banquetain hon- : Some of the monks of the Grand :

lj 1t4tt;. tke'erent;war held,at'Nashville; York's' Municipal Ferry.., Chartreuse who were driven out of V'r..1:

fbyaPtesWent: -!fish, Governor A.:new .modem ferry, system, owned France have bought the famous old. ;. -

l-r-!..f.iMinanj- prominent. .railroad men and, operated ,by the municipality, of Chartist monastery ,of Farneta, between f "

:and:,:8tate7todals." New; was formally put intoservice Pisa and Florence, hi Italy, For sale by the '
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.' -f. ?:"""-'" 'Ii<'!o-.e ::' ', between the Battery and Stat- which had been abandoned since Napoleon .

.4''MMbf irorrth of Foreign: Trade. en Island, Mayor'.McClellan giving the. Bonaparte turned it Into a hotel,

.2|> -'e department. ,of commerce'and la- Woi d.which started the first boat, load- for his generals and then gave it to the INDIAN RIVER <

rtH,1Mt.:. to,. tthe.foreigIi trade of.the ed;with .dry officials and guests,-'on Its Baccfochl;family. The building which

'V nfted States toi.the;nine:, months,end fifteen minute journey to,Staten Island. is-of Carrara' marble, will be restored t ,;

ll' ,>Bept:;30 Increased,$238512,700 as The regular schedule, however .will be and made,into a permanent home for MUSIC HOUSE,

;>;JeonipiTed',"with the'totals for'the same twenty minutes ,which Is ten.minutes the French-monks. -i/i-;

..*}@ k;! -'last;year. The aggregate; shorter than the old private line re Titusville Florida ::

iaeetly2,00QOOoOoo, 'the,highest .ever quired. In, his address,the mayor referred .:ii...
to.the event the 1 SCIENTIFIC I '-
as Inauguration
.-jJL... : -..,-...,.",i' of the greatest experiment In municipal "'".flJ,,! $y.J

Form Trust Company. ownership and ,municipal operation, Big Consumption Cur Prize I '.'c---
? financial project yet un- and the beginning of for
a new,epoch .
Tb French government has given its <
is the
-5: 1. people or- the city.
r to the of the ,
approval plan having parliament
Nl" oa trust with .
panytMlffa.mU .'
First Voyage of,the Amerika. authorize a $200,000 prize for '
.;; n..dollars,capital. This.Is ...
The new Hamburg-American liner who shall discover a real cure
.l the jdea.r of .T:,Thomas Fortune;, editor anyone
'Of : corieerntwill Amerika arrived at New York safelyon tuberculosis., TIlls grows out.of.the '
-i thcNew: 'YorkAge. The
her first transatlantic with discussions at the recent tuberculosis
i;; be' known as the ,Afro:American

'$|Tast company'and,wiiTbe: supported Among 1,000 passengers'the passengers.In cabin was and. Herr steerage.Bal- stimulate congress and expected greatly to Do You Want to .Know All About the ,t

i&rlby;eight negro banks In the south.
.. : ", ., ._ lin,.dir ctor of the line, who Bald that Another Enormous Sun Spot.

; ,rb.. ,; _'Muttwre" Subsidized .P...... he had never been aboard a steadier Father Roderigues 'director; of the EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?
;During':the;Armstrong;;insurance. ,In. ship and that seasickness was impossible astronomical observatory of the Vatican -

;f1UIa1t101l at came out that The Amerika is not quite as at Rome la credited with the first "

;Ijthe Mutual :had.been:paying $8,000 a long as the Baltic, but. her displacement official announcement of a sun spot of Especially regarding Fruit Growing,Trucking and :. .

?jMrtoCharles; : .Smith In,the capac"Jtyiofa is about 2,200 tons greater. Herr extraordinary magnitude on the face General Farming? If so, subscribe for- the.......... ;"- '.,.

literary,'or\press agent and Ballin is satisfied that this is the, type of the sun. The spot has seven nuclei,

AAthtt'8mlth hid been' ,sending out news of ship that the public will take. to. is one-eighth of the diameter of the FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER. V

t'fii. !and;telegrams'. .to various newspapers. The success of the ocean restaurant sun and a little less in width covering

.: tbrongh'.the bureau :conducted by Al4ten experiment was conceded by alk and 12,000,000,000 square miles The spot PRICE 25 CENTS PER ANNUM. .

':" ,;Forman. ; editor- of the Journalist, it is expected that a la carte meals can be seen with the naked eye. Father ISSUED ONCE A MONTH.V SAMPLE COPY FREE. #, '
4;; *tan: X >ei1s&.ot between $11000; and at all hours will be the order of the Rickard of Santa Clara college ADDRESS,

|$12,000,: lathe hope, of lessening thefennfavorable day on all ocean liners.' San Jose, CaL, said the spots were E. T. BLACKMAN, Editor, MIAMI, FLORIDA. ; .t

,. effect of'the, testimony New Maine Steamship,Line. ? likely to be the largest ever observed. 'Y' "

admitted .. A new steamship line to be run Work of Carnegie Institution. !
John Stetson
of. these dispatches from New York and .Boston to Sears- The third year book of the Carnegie B.. University ,3
wwe: appearance i port, Me., was to begin operations Nov. .
Institution at Washington, which Andrew .
1t which.were publishedreading mat- ,,1 In connection with the Bangor and Carnegie endowed with $10,000- DE LAND, FLA :..
tet and pot as' .advertisements. Mr. ,
i |'::Smith- 'is.,also proprietor: of the. Insur- Aroostook railroad. 000 for original scientific research ,Affiliated With The University of Chicago V
Increasing Output of Gold. shows the disbursement during the
y 'slice Record, apaper published ostensi- COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-The standards are those of the University of Chicago. ,
tnblyy; without bias toward'any.particular i The director of the mint estimatesthe year of G9,000 for large grants, $13- Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both Stetsori and Chicago.

:: :concern. MR Smith had the responsl-: world's output of, gold during the 000 for special grants and $77,000 fora COLLEGE OF LAW-Graduates of this College are admitted to practice law in Florida ,.

1it _.t1 of'placing the Mutual's'advertis- year 1904 to be $22,000,000 more than series of minor grants, altogether without examination. (

#Ing,In Parlous papers, presumably with that of the previous year, the gain of covering every branch of knowledge COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY-Mechanical Civil. Electrical Engineering and Manual ').
leading to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipment
President Woodwardsays Training courses
;= | matter friendly the United States being $7,000,000 and except philology.
| published
Africa 13000000. Both that in such work as this ten COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all its branches. Bookkeeping by best methods.
in South
lf to his company., Elective courses open in other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building.
Yew still the rising scale years is the least measure by which to
J'OD Wednesday Chief Actuary are upon PREPARATORY ACADEMY-Graduates prppared to enter Harvard Yale Princeton
CUntock of',the. Mutual admitted that of production, while Australia shows a judge of results. Cornell, Michigan, Chicago and all first class Colleges. .

}.q'ta fixing the dividends ot,policy hold- I tendency to decline. The most important Aeroplane Hitched to Tugboat NORMAL AND PRACTICE SCHOOL-I.Kindergarten in its own buiJdin 2. Primaryand

ct era.It ,was customary to make guesses gold field in the world is that Another and partially successful at- Grammar School in separate building. This School especially prepares Public School

find employ artificial factors. He said of the Transvaal tempt to show the man carrying capacity teachers. .:, I.
.?fi.. this method prevailed aIr of the larger of the aeroplane constructed by MUSIC SCHOOL-A 10000.00 pipe organ, a dozen pianos separate building large faculty

# The Inquiry was adjourned Israel Ludlow of New York was made thorough courses study. ; 1
'i companies. T LABORDeadlock I ART SCHOOL-New studio. Costly casts,models, etc.
8.Mentlik's I when his .machine, carrying Charles
r .to Nov. Stetson has a faculty of 48 professors and instructors. They hold degrees from the University
,W Man Her to Seek Trade. Hamilton, the young Texas balloonist of Chicago, Harvard, Yale Dartmouth Columbia, University of Pennsylvania, Bryn
; ifel Sadik Pasha In Textile Situation.The went up several hundred feet over the Mawr Buckneli University Michigan Dennison and other Universities. There are over
1; Hadji Abdullah Aly workers in the Fall River Hudson while hitched by a hawser to 1300,000.00 in buildings and equipment;nearly a quarter million dollar endowment; an endow.
Hakel of Harrarspecial'. envoy of textile tugboat under As soon as the ed library of over 13,000 volumes; a beautiful chapel with costly furnishings,including stained
.. !t.., ';King Menelikof district, having refused the offer of 5 a way. glass windows, 7 oil paintings, a $10,000 00 pipe organ;a gymnasium with complete apparatus;
Abyssinia; cent advance made by the employers line slackened from a turn in the an enclosed athletic field running track tennis courts, baseball diamond and gridiron besides *
per course of the boat the big airship set- swimming, golf rowing and other sports; separate buildings for men and women; five
;'f has arrived at together with a sliding scale of tled into the river, and Hamilton was large laboratories for Chemistry Physics, Bacteriology Mineralogy and Biology: several

'an,., New York on profit sharing, and having insisted on fished out of the water by one of the large museums and shops; electric lights, electric bells, steam heat cement walks shell
a special mist roads;broad avenues spacious campus. shrubbery and trees; sociallittrary. musical and otherstudents'
',> which would
.t theAmerican a 14 per cent advance spectators' boats. While in the air it clubs; star lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching. The location b
lion to
; bring the wages back to those paid before was necessary for him to jump from beautiful and healthful and the expenses are low.

,; gov- the great strike, the Manufacturers' the side with great promptness in For catalogs views, folders and information address the President,

.. '4 ti M ernment look- association, representing all the order to maintain the equilibrium of LINCOLN HULLEY. A. )I., Ph. D., DeLand Fla
toward bets
;, Ing print cloth mills at Fall River except the frail structure of bamboo, silk aud

"rela-x those owned by Mr. Borden piano wire. Nevertheless, Mr. Ludlowwas

refuse the demand of the operatives.At pleased with the showing made

his country the mills owned by Mr. Borden the and said that a company had been SBABD.ARD
' ..,' At States. lIe isElHadJ1 I wage scale of 1904 was restored in tulle formed to make collapsible aeroplaneswith (

Strike. aluminium ribs to be used for
be the New York Teamsters
said to
observation purposes in time of war AIRLINE: RAILWAY _
strike'of the New :York truck
in the The .
Mohammedan dignitary :
highest or to sail small airships bearing adver-
stables owned by
p Ethiopian kingdom ,fle,said,his pray- drivers against the tisements. -FOR-
building Thomas Orr for the closed shop threatened
fV ers on the top of the highest
to ,New York. He is the bearer of a to involve the 4,500 teamsters in Worm Destioyer. Savannah, Columbia Southern Pines, I

- k letter from King Menelik to President the truck drivers' union. The Team White's Cream not only Baltimore.
expected Owners association went on record as Vermifuge Richmond Washington, !
Roosevelt ;
; and
; ; kills worms but removes the mncus
?,;!it to bring many presents to the Ameri- against the closed made shop and for fighting extensive it slime in which they build their nests; it Philadelphia, New York, :

.1 1.ea 1 chief magistrate. preparations were brings, and quickly, a healthy conditionof 1
both sides. The men also wanta exist.Sold ,
Deficit out on the body, where worms cannot
; P Wabath Has (pig
'. of the Wabash ten hour working day and 25 centsan by Red Cross Pharmacy aud Eau TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.
1.? |The; annual report Eau Gallie FJa.OASTOR.A..
J&llroa net deficit of $1,- hour for overtime. Pharmacy, ,
: discloses a

,$&,:,%. ;'49372 as compared'with a surplus-of SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL

.- 5i291' the year before and notwith- LIRELIGIOUS I !tara the TGt Kind You Haw Always BouifJt8paroe

t \ %tandtag that gross earnings increased
,-p. .
'; more than 1500000. deficit A Great Revival For New Jersey.At tI 1
accounted for the
,.Ving expenses ofNew
't although earnings from freight show the last Presbyterian synod HCLL&_re'.3 ONLY LINE: :

-.t. an actual falling off. Jersey resolutions were adoptedto Mountain Tea
t provide for a great evangelical revival Rocky Nuggets Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eans.!
A Buy Medians Lr Buy Peopl
* J beginning Nov. 19 and lasting Bring Qolfca Health wid Renewed Vigor.A !
I several weeks, during which every specific for Constipation Indigestion,Live ; For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, o?
town In the state will be provided with and Kidney Troubles Pimples Eczema,Impure write to
nk Blood, Bad Breath. Sluggish Bowels, Headache
V : To HanwM Tennessee Wv.r. ministers and musicians. Men and women and Backactte. It's Rocky Mountain Tea ia tab, A. 0. MACDONELL, S. C. BOYLSTON. Jr.,

: Work baa been begun'on a $3,000ooo will be drawn from all parts 'of Houura let form SV Dace cents OO a PATT box.: Madison Genuine,wia.made. by Asst. General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent.

'!:\.e power plant twelve miles from Chatta-which the country the same to take time partAt it was announced GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE JACKSONVILLE, FLA .,.. tj

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m ffi }'....... } ... ; :. -- '<;( 1.j'f' ,., ,.- Wallacef for.! few days.So I .T ; : S i! ;Swell 'Beady-Made Ctethlsg
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,,,, 'Y 1t.i1" Y. 'SS,! \ """:,t,:'':ri.1 S.. many are coming sooth now" 'to,en- KAO OALLIB. J Y
.lItrTht.'StJ.r.; Cimspdents" Hadofliti joy ihii glorious weather. Mr .A. Hil- i I ,kIO $iI -
: ,, i -'.. -- ,. ,.... .' Guests are arming almost daily from -
". "" .r """ '... /,' ""- .. < 'l'"Jti- dreth, of Cblnmbns, Ohio, arrived, Saturday the north. .
$11-t tO nitejlloitMaster. :
...;". t'f... '; 1."! 'f' ,i; ..",, ,,,,, : .) .. ;accompanied; :by' Mr., and 'Mrs: MriTho8., Sumter has DeeD indisposed. l SCHWAB CLOTIIIN'G CO 3 _
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w-"","?,' :w; ..".... : ..Jiff ( ... Sprague and daughter, Miss Helen, also but is ajbin about'as usual.John Rea b.Made 'Clothing for Bays: ,
', :A.,'' .'I.(. .. --. .. .. alfof '
; "- Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, '
'. t:-'-.': ;: '< .. H., Perry, of, Narragansett ,Pier. ,
-M'.e' '. ; .;Wm. Usher Norwood fo at.Mr ;, : $1. 'O tO $10 all alsee N
,t. J', ',' : Mr and :Mrs. H. ;.H.. SandereonJ'ofScianton arrived in Eau Gallic this week. ,',

lt ... ., : w;EHowes, helping. in the:store at ,'Pa., have .;arrived to spend the Services at St. Johns Episcopal church

"sF ;.i'J:1.J'"I"j,,, *"''i-.. .';"1' present., winter-at':their 'lovely 'sou,born. home. Sunday next, conducted by Rev. John' KNOX, STETSON andHOUSER

% i'iA ;Mrs_ .H G. Putnam and.sister, Mtes S
i ,
.f All friends here are. pleased' to welcome W.i Walker, at 7:30 p. m. H ATJJ'

4 i\ : .'..,io', e ,Mary,' returned: .last week from their visit diem'and glad that the hospitable doors Dr.G, W. Holmes, of City Point, was 1.50 to '
: in $5
'it 1' ifi'" > "" Georgia- .> of.BiuibouLodge_ are once more open. in Eau Gallie Saturday and was the guestof "
=Jr=lr=!r==3r Z=r=r:= r= r=:1.
t: :J411 r- .Mrs 8...B. Owens, WM called to Live ..Mr Fred G. Humphrys was the busiest Dr. Sarah C. Hod lQn. r

'1j: ['kt ''; .Oak. JIB! .:week, by. ..the sad news. 'of her man around town as early hut, week he Mr. and Mrs. Hamphrys, of Indianela, EDWIN CLAPP'S and "" -

.: ,s-i' :4":{: .",-, ", brother'6' death,., : I took,onto himself J(; wife, then had to are in'Eaa
'i{;'l :' ':" ,Mr. and Mrs.:D. r.__Ellwangerarrived.n I work early and late on his fine new boat on crnise down the coast. $3 to $6 50Sctit'o : ,'.

i,.!.:. ;"">::-J..t. '"- or Saturday from Kimmswick. Mo., 'and are (the weather'having. kept Him behind). Col..H. W. Perry and family,of Brazil ..
' at their home for tbiwinter.y .' Ind., are expected shortly.. This family .
:He and his wire'11ed on,Sunday morn '

Mr.,H.'S.. Barker' is enlarging his :ing for a cruise down the river on their will occupy the Ainsworth cottage. BROS Co.ii ii "QUEEN QUALITY"Fine .. :

. .; i '!.9:} .' ; 'dining room. .and adding smoking honeymoon Miss Anna Danforth arrived Saturday. Fine Cothe1sMdeTs 11 Shoes for Ladles .
;oc -
if A'.. :..," room .for. the conveniences.of his guests Miss Danforth will be the guest of Mrs. Aarraaat caw YOWL' $2.50 to $3.50 '
;t COCOA. H. Vi Hodgson during her here.
I stay
, "= this winter
t i=.Jr=Fr Jr= r=Jr=Jr=J = = = = ,
ItI {", Mr. Geo Combs was visiting Sharps Mrs. K.: Yogan, of Grove City, Pa., arrived '
;:; ; Mr and Mrs.' T B. Allen will arrive TbeM brand are recognized leaden ta .tlle,fit and flalth. ,Sold only by Icadtt*.
on Sunday afternoon. Friday and wilt'be the guest of Mrs.
;i in Oak :Hill the last of the week. .
; They
1f : : Mr..&. L. Motlow is'having another McKelvey during her stay in Eau Gillie. THE LARGEST CP-TO-UATE CLOTHING HOUSE ON EAST COAST Of JL0ffiD.1Complete
I { :'.- are visiftng in Baltimore with their .
room added to his establishment to be .Mrs. J. W. Merrill is expectedln Tropic Hue of that and
everything boys
t Itt: : daughter, Mrs. Pembroke Pitts, for a few wear
launch Kansas
.The. is
*;'"-,,:'., '. days while on their way. .used as a lunch room.. i shortly. City We sell the best that money can buy
being put in shape at once for Mrs. Mer .
.b r ;r *j .: Announcement cards have been received I 1 Mr.- Charlie. Orser's stt'r,of New York, rill. c All goods marked in plain figures, strictly one price to all.
arrived on Wednesday last to spend the .
'fJ.: from Baltimore of the marriage Miss }Minnie ol.\rth of Olean N. Y. -
winter with her brother. MAIL ORDERS A.. SPECZ.4.J.aT j(
I ,
1.w 1. of Miss Harriet daughter of Mr and
; arrived Saturday. This lady will spend
I f'l Mrs. M. R. Creighton, to Mr. Webb Me- On, Wednesday evening last some of the winter aa the gueet of her sister, Mrs. S -S
i':; 'i ."" Curley. Miss Harriet .was a visitor in the: Cocoaand Rockledge friends of Mr. Harry Bod lQn. J.ulESPRITCHARD. President. .. W.}[.BROWN,VIee-PruidenL -
WINSTON Cashier. ,
: 'f.\; Oak Hill a few years ago and made Fred Aldridge gathered at his home and ,An entertainment in aid of St. Johns ,; :

l. many friends ho. wish' her and her ,gave him. a complete surprise, the.00.I church will be given shortly. A committee .

q ,. .+ _:- r'. ; husband much happiness. :x I easton being his 45th birthday. The now has the work well in hand and INDIAN RIVER STATE MMF{

;' presents,were numerous and useful. Mrs.
is assured.
? success
;' 0
., 'SHILOH. Aldridge was let into the secret and the COUNTY ,DEFOSrt'Oay.: :
: Shell is being placed on the streets
"l Messrs. A: M.. Terwilliger and J.,W. I refreshments she had prepared were ele where needed and new streets are being Authorized Capital._________$100.iOo.OO;
:j Griffis are shipping, oranges. 'gant. It was a hate hoar when the tired Paid up Capital r_$ 25000.00 -
i shelled. Eau Gallie is forging ahead Average Deposits-----------1200,000.00
:. t". Mr. R.' L. RigID and. brother- Edwiname and happy crowd wended_their way steadily and surely. TRANSACTS A -,
; j
;, : last week from Pomona. homeward and voted Daddy's birthdayone El Braddock will be in charge of the

.t': Mrs. E Jane Ziy, her eon Felix, and of the notable days of the year. Edge barrel factory at Fort Pierce after General Banking Business. ,I

Irene Giddens are expected hereabout this week and Mrs. Braddock will visit Largest and Oldest I

the 15th inst. KOCKLKDGE. friends in Jacksonville shortly.The Bank on the River. j
: Mr. J. B. Jordan will be down in S
eJ-: Mr. R. I:. Ragin left Saturday for Booj" a heaviest catches of fish for this Exchange. Bought and Sold on All y- ;

'1- '. venture ,where he will pack oranges for few weeks. season have been made at Eau GaMe the Foreign Countries. I, y

i Mr. R. E. Mima. Manager Rhoads, of the telephone system past week and this week promises to belittle Patronage appreciated. Prompt service, a __
,returned from Indianapolis, Ind., on behind last. The pi4itetreatmentandeveryfavorconsistentR ;R ,;
r Mr. J. W. Griffis has bought several boys are corres- with conservative banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS '-4' ,

i j" crops of fruit in Clifton and will ship Friday. pondingly happy. : .. 1
i+ from that place this week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shares of New York Mrs. E. L. McKelvey,two children and Empire Trust Company N. Y., Florida j.

i' ,# arrived Tuesday and are at the New maid, Youngstown, Ohio, are now located Bank &Trust Company.Jacksouville.Fla. .; I

,:". Mr. Leonard Moebey came down,Toes- Rockledge.Mrs. in the Pingrey cottage for the win- TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. I
day from Oak Hill and will spend his ;
'- Millar has ter. The maid has had presumably a .
vacation with his parents Mr. and Mrs. I organized a boy -"-- -- I
: paralytic stroke and will return to Ohioas
which will be a great benefit at both
{ : I. J. N. Mosbey.
church and Sunday school. soon as arrangements can be made.
Dr. L. B. Boo heUe..18 called last SCREENi

': ' see Mr. and Mrs. Jas. A. Taylorr Mrs. Parsons arrived on Thursday last' MELBOURNE.

)I; 1:: .' and two sons who have. been quite sick and is stopping with her sister, Mrs. i Miss Agnes Gibbs, of Bay Hill, is here s

:, with dengue fever. Chatfield, at Sunshine cottage. attending school and will live with her For doors and windows :

> Mr. and Mrs. J. Harmon and Messrs. Ronald and Fiske returned sifter, Mrs. L. A. Peek. '
i. family covered with wire. ,
, : are expected from Kentucky this week. from New York on Wednesday last andre The 'handsome'new Sayers house on any .. );

t., : busy getting their store ready. the bluff has been rented to a party from
Mr. Harmon left here two and ..
years ago
p:. ;'i';./" we welcome their return. Mr. and Mrs.. L. Aiken, porter and the north for the winter. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. .nl

Rev. Delahay Paine and wife have returned Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material. I
for Hotel Indian River
: housekeeper arrived .
its : : \. Oak Hill last week and moved his wife
Ir' ): and little son to that place. Mr.Giddens Sunday. They are well known I from their summer outing in the Eau Gallie! Florida. I jl
here having been at the New Rockledgehotel north. We are glad to have them back .
in the sawmill. We
w: : has a position are
r r' all sorry to have them leave S iloh.I' a number of years. again J. R.WALKER. H. B. MACE. .
Mrs. R. W. Goode has lately purchased -
/ Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Hutchinson and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Williford and son the property (house and two lots) JOHN R. WALKER & CO. h
and Mrs. J. and ,
I' Raymond, Boyle son ,
two children arrived from New Jersey ;4 I
? formerly owned by P. P. Powell, of Chi-
Edward, spent Sunday at Sharps, also
}:.' last week. They were accompanied by I
r > attended services at the M. E. chqrcb. cago. Titusville, Fla.,
f", Mrs. Hutchinson's aunt, Mrs. Mason. .
/ Messrs. Downey and Snedeker have .
( ', Rev. Hawks preached a fine sermon. -11
Herbert Giddens down
" : Mr. came from just finished painting Greenleaf cottage, {, 5

. ; :r )fro and Mrs. Gieful, ,of Jacksonville, OEORGIANA. the pretty home of Mr. A. B. Taylor, of DRY GOODS

*<. S' arrived last week and will make Sbiloh Sangattick, Mich.Rev.J.B.Hawk. 1
Occasionally a stranger is seen pros ,
> ,,,' their home. They are occupying the in these and his good wife have
;: house formerly owned by Mr. A. N. I pecting parts. opened a public reading room in the

i. Nolle. We gladly welcome all whop I I Miss Russell, our public school teacher, parlor of the M. E. parsonage for Friday S. CLOTHING S .t

: come to our lively little town. i is boarding with Mrs. Baldwin. afternoons. Admission free. ,

Our public school has opened for the Mrs. C. A. Stephens, of Pablo Beach, N ., ; I

rf .:" ., season and according to reports is progressing nee Mattie Brown, is visiting her parentsat
:. favorably. the Brown House. Her bright faceis ,

: Mr Vesey Hall is progressing with his always welcome in Melbourne.The z1

: Sure freight and boat frame of Miss Matilda 3liday's .
fI t Be to Use new passenger getting :'
ready for the winter's business. pretty new home is up and the worlds SHOES

t.:" 1 Only The orange and grapefruit crop is as being pushed as rapidly as possible by JI
.r Contractor Redstone's gang of men. .
.r < good if not above the average in most of

the groves in this section of the island. Mr. VanSteenburg has just returned
: Tartar from his trip to the beds with a MILLINERY '
! oyster I
Cream oi Mr. 0. N. Page ia looking for Eddie
good load and we can have oysters on
Page who was a member of his family .
the half shell, fried, stewed, or any old
'. years ago, now a man with a wife and 1

child. They are expected soon to spend way.Admiral
Powder Gillis and wife were the guestsof FURNITURE. *
Baking the winter with the foster parents. V: 1
ti Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Peek last week.
Rev. J. H. White is often seen passingto They are now in their winter home at

and from the postoffice and store..This Melbourne Beach after the ..... ; : I ';i!
spending : : -
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: Food made with alum speaks well for a man of 80 years. Mrs. summer in Alaska and other cool places
White, some two years younger, keeps We want your patronage. r' \
Green Gables, the pretty home of Mr. It- ..
carries alum
taking powder house without hired help and moves 1'
and Mrs. W. T. Wells, has been nicely Our aim is to please YOU. $, '. '
; the-&omach' unchanged. about as sprightly as some many years painted and is now occupied by its own.. ;
to *
younger.It c;,, NewUP-to-DateGOOdsin .. ;;;
ers, who arrived from the, north last every .,
_ \ Scientists have positively is a criminal offence for men to enter Sunday. This is one of the loveliest Line. ;

demonstrated this and that orange groves and take the fruit then lay home places on the east coast, surround :
it to children. Their work is watched by acres of beautiful where Mail orders receive F
led groves can prompt and
'S' such food is partly incSge&Jble and the guilty will yet be caught and pun-I jbe found tropical fruits, flowers and careful *

ished. It is as much a crime to steal froma trees of varieties. No is m- avbCUUUXX.JOHN tl
" unhealthfuL | many expense :
:and man's as to steal from his house, ,
grove to this
i spared keep up as a model place

t.\k -1 barn or store. j I and the owners must feet well repaid R. WALKER &: CO Titusyileflk -1!

I Mr. Rogero has moved to Eaa Gallic, when they gaze upon this pretty spot. ,

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