The Florida star

Material Information

The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
July 27, 1906


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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Preceded by:
Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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J" : line Of shoes shown-oh th Sat :
.,+- I'.D:5TV"ID'BVTS' coast of Florida., i1'8bo BBSEHTIEEKPnjientjlotes Shoes for a mere song. 'PERSONALS
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; men :t. find that I have about 200 pairs of ladieliaDd .
? ilaPlr Clapp and CroaeeU mikes,": I- : t to grants Something About the People of TitusTille '
; '1 rtp pit Penile thatRJUlwer ini.the world knowi ; Pertaining. miss i, and children's shoes that are -
Shoes ;for ladies
;;. snail Here zed Thero Queen:: Quality, S ". \" J.| Transpiring Abpnt Tow slightly shopworn, I will divide them into / as They Come and,Go I ,
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':' ::-r ":;- :-Gallons;;Wears. Lopger;Devoe.. Shoes for misses and infanta, -In-the lr. Mr.'J. A.: Collins has 'just bad ,a new as follows. Mr. W. S.'Branning spent Tuesday in -t '

ring Drew make..' <-.. ;4At porch built :to his residence'on Julia Jacksonville on business. if'
*&Julies',,Kline{expects to leave for ? Lot No. 1-12 pairs misses Roman
York fhe latterapartof iettjifeek.ivGecv alii times a complete stock: send at street sandals, patent leather, pump sole, worth Mrs. G, M. Krnlder and Miss Maggie .

:,'P''i'iK$ :Kohl, of Shiloh,'was in'town, your oMem;every pair.guarantee all::00'of% -Rev Wm. Stones, -will... preach in the. $2.00 at a special price of 75 cents. Gruber spent a part of Saturday and Sunday -

We pay Upl'88l.cbarge. on ; Baptist church Sunday morning next. of children's and last at Daytona Beach.
.on Lot No. 2-15 pairs
\ 1 .ths'J.n& of the week,and gave THX:STAB orders. -* :; ,
town i
.>r' pleasantealC: -- fr.-- Baptism after the, sermon. misses' white kid strap sandals, at 69 The new cottage of L. W. Haile is mooing
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{ : "' 1 'Quite a number of our citizens went to cents per pair. ahead towards completion. Plaster-. ,
Tax force is taking Furnishers?
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: 'portion
the southbound Lot No. 3-11 of children's and commenced
Miami on train Tuesdayto pairs ing was yesterday.
it r.:: :{b iji ie tight! and pleuore of the celebratioip Titnsville, .
t ,.. '' at Miami this Week: 1IV Fla.s 'tate'tD the- 'celebration: of the. Magic misses' tan lace shoes, there is not a pairin A fire horse power Regal motor arrived

,.;. .... <;;: -> I City's tenth 'anniversary.Mr. this lot that is worthless, than $2.00,, the first of this week for one of the
( b fell .collection'of'McKinley sheet Death.of Mrs. Gum, nee Va n Ii'iy)] ,.. -
j special cents pair.
Stevens, who recently purchasedthe per fish boats ownrd by the Eureka Fish '

.._J. z3} 1 mrelc'" 'on tale atIndian -River .Music We clip, the following notice of thdeath < I repair shop of W. P. Giles,' has disposed Lot No. 4-7 pairs of children's and company. ;

-t : 11Iooee., Send for atalogae.Mr. of Mrs., Geo.vGunn, nee Mamie : misses black vici kid button shoes, worth
5 of the business, on account of, ill Rev. Wm. Stones was called to Daytona ? -
< .. ,Lars'Joiget enJriholeeale fish .Ray, from'the Daytona Journal: i health and expects to return to Daytona $2.00, at a special price of 69 cents. Beach last Saturday on account of

:dsaier ,and general 'merchant, of Grant, ,"Died, at her home in this city, on Saturday : today. Lot No. 5-13 pairs of children's and
the serious illness of his daughter-in-law
ilt.i ,w in fawn on. business Monday: ,'July 21st, 1906 after an illness of. I misses! black vici kid strap sandals, at a ,
"' hY -to-. : "TI, kind, your grandfather used"and returning home that afternoon.
:Mr; and:'Mrs.:,C. C. Curtiss 1 left last ,nine".weeks. ;Mrs.. ,Geo. Gnnn, aged.19, half a dollar per pair.
he of
l was rare JudgmenL.Profit by Mr. J. Lorillard, Jr., has disposed of
". Saterday 'for,Jacksonville, where 'theywill yea 8. :. Lot No. 6-8 pairs of ladies' black vici
: : his experience and use Old L W. Harper bis power boat, Success, to the Southern
: probably.remain permanently. .,.:VMamie Ray was 'bom'in TituavilleFla. kid oxfords, pump soles, worth $1.50 for '
;. whiskey. Sold by R. L. Motlow andF. Fish company and expects to build a
= / ., and afterwards with her parents, 75 cents per pair. _
.Poatmaater Taylor{ and County Surveyor A. Cooley.There cruiser of about 35 to 40 feet length.
moved and from there it :
to De and, Lot No. 7-11 pairs of ladies' undressed

". : ... Fries were passengers Fiaber to Canaveral on 1901 ,came to .Daytona: In November, was a'dance,at the opera house kid strap sandals.,colors tan and gray. 6G Mrs. M. M. McLeod, of Cocoa, accom: ;

: t:: the mail boat with I Capt.. Tuesday. 1906 she ,was married to Geo. Gnnn, of Tuesday night which was fairly well attended cents per pair. panied by two little boys, after spending, t'

":1ijt ,Lorillard Boat Works Ire erecting this city and after a few.short months considering the fact that BO many Lot No. 8:-50 pairs of ladies' high and about a week here with County Clerk

15 platform just j west of heir shop on the of our people are at this season Stewart's returned home Wed
!Y. their lives are separated to be united young away low shoes, black, tan, lace and button. family

?!!;f? .dty4ock, on,which to build a barge 01llfhter.x someday upon another shore. of the year[ north. It would be impossible to describe this nesday afteraaon.

> "Besides' her .husband she leaves Mr. Jake Field who baa been with the there of iingbam
'. :> a lot as are only one or two pairs a Born to Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Vanland

j I Mrs. G F.Daren and two children ar. mother,.three brothers and two sisters tc Bunch grocery, at Sea Breeze, for eome- style. If yon find your size in this lot, of Fort Pierce, Tuesday, July

{f ">' ',' ,,ritedboo1e80Dd.y.ftera.klpeDf.t mourn their loss. Tbe funeral services time, will leave this week with his wife you can nave them for 75 cents per pair. 17th,.a fine son. Titusville friends of the }E

: :'Seabreeze." .Miss Sadie returned quite 111, were conducted from her home on Sunday for South, Jacksonville, where he has seemed Ladies' summer underveata, sleeveless, doctor and his young wife send hearty '

dam J with fever.. afternoon by Rev. Father O'Boyle." a good position.If with tape in neck and armholes, special congratulations. '
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Y'f-f. Mrs,,G. B. Eady. was a passenger. on you want a bicycle tire that will price 10 cents each,.Monday only. Mr. John D. Vann and son, of Shilob,
"_';gc" : .'the southbound' train Wednesday to-Eau, INJUNCTIONS. DISSOLVED. wear and give you perfect satisfaction, If you want any organdies, lawns, were in town Monday. They have just

"'* *> '{. ,Gallie, after.havinjt been on a visit fork 'T, buy* Continental tire, sold by Indian white madras, Deter mind the profit, bad their Fay & Bowen motor replaced '

m*. sometime with friends at Clearwater. And University Will Leave Lake City River Music House. Fully guaranteed, what we want is room for fall goods. in their boat after having it repaired at t

;, Mail Clerk J. A. Collins is off for bia Pot Gainesville'* equal,to Hartford or Goodrich. We have also an endless variety of remnants the factory and are greatly pleased with

w .aaaoal vacation, ,having leave of absence All injunctions restraining the removalof Mr. Wm. F.Ronald, of Daytona Beach, that you can have at a most liberal it.

\t" : for two weeks,.and is now taking in the equipments, etc., of the Universityof baa gone toCoroato assist his brother, reduction., A straw ride was all the excitement t

.f. the sights of the Magic City and"ber celebration. the State of Florida .from Lake City to who ia connected therewith the firm of JCLICS KUSE, among a number of the young folks of ",

;-' .' Gainesville J last week were dissolved by Ronald Fiske & Co. while Mr. Fiake is Titnsville, Fla.
Telephone No. 8. our town last Friday night It was got
and of the Jndge Malone and the bills of complaint vacation in New York.
Write for particulars price ten up in honor of Miss Jimmie China

..4n .Jubilee self heating iron. Irons 8 hours dismissed. Mrs. Hitchcock of North Titusville, Is Loat in Titusville who is here on a visit to her sister, Mrs.J. .

for 5 cents. Saves time, labor and mon This leaves the field clear for' the removal M. Osban, but who expects to return iI
ill with a stubborn case of eczema, which :Monday last, July 23rd: half hoop diamond

e, .. ,ey., Address A. L. Norwood, 'Box 123, of the university, a course which requires the most careful attention of her ring, containing 5 stones. A liberal to Macon, Ga., tomorrow. .
has been bitterly fought by Lake City
Tiloiville, sub-agent for Brevard county! physician. We are pleased to state that reward will be given to finder on return The Melbourne Times says that G. Lou-
residents and by tbe city itself, and the
t (Coatractor) P. J. Hall commenced work work will proceed without delay. Mrs. Hitchcock is now improving.Mr. of ring to Tae STAB office or Henry trel Lucas, a former resident of Brevard ;

this,wises OQ the repairs to the rectory Walton, Clifton, Brevard Co., Fla. county, is now in Jamaica and is quite
"The university will poei'ivelyopen in J. F. O'Berry, of Osceola county,
building';on, tbe property of the Episcopal. prosperous in the fruit industry. He re-
Gainesville on the last Wednesday in has sold his Rough Island. pasture west of
'. ohms Quite extensive repairs are Notice ports that the weeds grow twice as fast I
September, said Chairman N. P. Bryan, Fort Gardner, containing 2,300 acres of
necessary' to put the, house in first class Whereas, there is an ordinance of the there as they do in Florida. That being
of the board of educational control. The the finest grazing, lands in that section, to
"tbape. town of Titusville prohibiting the running the case it must keep the farmer at work
rumors to the contrary are without foundation E. L D. Overstreet. The consideration
of at large of horses and mules at night, continually cutting them down.G. .
: r Mr. W. Z. Haymans, formerly. May and the definite announcement was $4,600 cash.
e of tbe firm of Haymana& Little therefore, the owners of such! -stock are
town, now can now be made in the very near future H. Hunter has disposed of his two
Mr. L. R. Decker given
a complete
1 w manufacturers of naval stores;at Dur- by the counsel retained by those seekingto surprise last night, when! large numberof hereby notified chat they must obey the lots on the west side of the railroad to

,bio, flat was in town yesterday on his ordinance under penalty of arrest and the F. E. C.
L prevent a change of site. the people went out to his Railway company, as mentioned -
t wav home from Sanford and gave us apleasant young fine and the marshal is hereby instructed in THE STAR last week, but retain
home. He them welcomeand
gave the of all such stock
to arrest owners
call. WantedFile
the buildings, which will be moved to a

.' Alter disposing of his candy business I bottom boat, 24 to 30 feet long 0, about a good midnightAt time was enjoyed by everyonetill found at large at night and they will be much sightlier lot near the Simpson placeon v

in' Jacksonville about a,month ago, Mr. in good condition. dealt with according to law. West street The buildings will be
a business meeting held in the Bap- B. R. WILSON, Mayor.
" L. C. Oliver went on to Michigan and is LORILLARD BOAT Co. moved as loon as contract for their re-
tist church of Daytona Wednesday evening
still in the ,north. It is supposed that be moval can be made-this being a part of
of last week Rev. H. B. Gibbons, of
? New Style Victor Talking
{ intends to -engage in tbe automobile Veterinary Surgeon the contract to be performed by the rail
DeLand called to the of
was pastorate
business in the Metropolis: shortly. W. E. French, veterinary dentist and The Victor Talking Machine companyare road company.
will take
? that church. Mr.
of Daytona, Fla., contemplates up in receipt of the following letter from
1 ,Dr. ,Armstrong, the well known eye surgeon down the east his new charge Sept. 1st The shed roof at the ecd of the old railroad *
making a professional trip one of their distributors, in Altoona, Pa.:
Ems specialist, will make a professional tour coast during August. Watch for dates. dock fell in early Tuesday morning.
and be in Mr. C. F. Williams, of Sanford, former "We are in receipt of our first ship-
coast can seen
I :down the east There was no wind blowing at the time
'' 1st and 2nd at Dr. ly of this place, was in town Tuesday on ment of the new Victor Third machinesand
Titusville oa August SPECIAL MID-SUMMER PRICES the weakness and decay of the supports
r will his way to Miami, and gave us a pleasant want to congratulate you on the improvements -
Wilson's office. The doctor
: ..... B. B. to the structure was the cause of the fall.
T be at Cocoa on August 3rd, Eau Gallic on In Kline's Gents' Furnishing and call. He gave up railroading some six that yon have made on this This shows that the property has not t

and is now waking a success of machine. We have never seen smooth
,August 4th, and at Melbourne on August Clothing Departments been condemned any too soon, and in a
truck growing near Sanford.Dr. a running machine as the new Victor
t f 5th and 6tb.M8IIIlL Clothing at almost price. They few months all the old dock and unsightly -
any Third. The finish of the case would put
c' =3 B. L. Motlow and Time Pitts have got their walking papers and they French, veterinary surgeon, of Daytona buildings will be moved. The F. E. C.
to blush many a piano. It certainly reflects -
arrived from Mulberry, Tenn., Wednesday must go. Will take just what we ran get who will make a professional visit credit and railway has given notice to all parties in.'
4 great on your company
afternoon. The latter rather surprised for them as we must make room for our to this place next month, has been having bears out the saying that a progressive terested that are using buildings along '

; :his many Titnsville friends by all( goods. great success in treating staggers-has selves the old dock for fish houses, etc., that ,
like good are
.' bringing bii bnde'with him. Mr.. and Our men's trousers will go the same not lost a case so far this season, and feels company satisfied, with your their product but the use of the property must be given up

E' Mrs Pitts-ire present stopping at ,Alpine safe in saying that he can cure if calledin never stand by the first of January next
still strive to a higher
Cottagebnt; t to make Cocoa way.Remember, I will look for yon Monday. time. ,
will be
ard. This, we can assure you,
:. ,- their permanent home shortly. .. If you can't come Monday Tuesday will Among those from Titusville who are appreciated by the user, the dealer Notice

in the celebration at Miami this Owing to the absence of Judge A. D.
g Capt. A., }VII Bole of Jacksonville, do. taking and the distributor of your product. The

'' _, recently'received; a, proposition from the JULIUS KLINE, week we note the following: Mrs. Deis- public cannot but appreciate the efforts of Penney from Titusville, all persons having -

Titusville Florida. and Fred Mr. Jeff Car- probate matter, or wishing marriage
F. E. railway, tendering him the posi ner grandson, ; your company in giving them the great

tion' .general agent for that company Telephone No. 8. ruthers and sister, Miss Mary Carruthers; est value for their money ever given in licensee, will address Mr. John Henry,

headquarters at ,Miami,1 bat last Mrs. D. B. Clark, Mrs. Sapp, )Jr. L. W. this line." Titusville, Fla, until further notice.A. .

Saturday Capt. Bate 'decided to retain Notice Doolittle, A. Wagoner, and J. M. Osban. Victor taking machines and recordsare D. PJCXXEY,

: his position u.commercial agent for the Local Union 1428 United Brotherhood carried in stock and sold by the In. County Judge.
t' and Joiners of America Notice
1 -Ntfthville, Chattanooga ASt Looia railwayt dian River Music House, Tituaville, Fla.
in Jacksonville. hereby gives notice that on and after Persons having any of Kline's keys FURNITURE, ,
with" headquarters Write for particulars and prices. DRY GOODS,
August 'let, 1906, the rate of wage fora may call around on Friday, July 27th. NOTIONS, -

-' Orange Wrap journeyman carpenter and joiner shall The Cleveland Light EDISON and

for 9 hours instead of Victor Talking Machines DRY BATTERIES
PERFECTION be $2.75 per day ,
s--' Webayebooghtacar of Gives perfect satisfaction. For gale by
<: '! oranjee wraps and iMy are unsurpassed 52.50 as at present $5.00 cash and f 1.00 per week. Records C. Collins. Call and see them. HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. f

E 'in. Write and the price is'very low. LOCAL Ujnox 1423 35 cents, 60 cents and $1.00. Over Chas. A. Gardner, 'Phone 34.

. M for quotations before placing United Brotherhood of Carpenters and 1,000 pieces of standard sheet music at 10 FOB SALK CHEAP FOR CASH.
order. If will our quotations
: voor we get TOOT you order. Joiners of America, Titusville, Fla.'. cents. Indian River Music House, Tituaville. About 88 acres of good high land on For Sent

SEA COAST Loon A SCTPIT Co., the east or ocean side of the Indian river The furnished at $16.00 '
Taylor cottage
.. ..- .Ella Gal);.:FIa., I BAH WIT jam era BEPAIB SHOP at the Narrows, described as follows; Lot
: '. ,' month from July
tF :il", '" _J &- _'" < f Yacht sails and bunch awnings made Draying STo. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section per 10th.'I

,. c"-.u."ao 'nJ I&'CInIa.ct I ip in first class style, mildew proofed if **Draying or hauling of all kinds promptly 36, in township 31 south, range 39 east '
''' IaDL i iesired. Also guns stocked and, shotguns attended to. Meets all trains. Stove This land ia unimproved but finely laated. :. Call'at TitosTille Livery, .t'rear ofBobbins'
-..' -': sad drt Jaa6. rebored. wood for sale at all times. For further particulars address law office, for stylish rip.LeaveJoor -
... JtIta II H. E. HOLTOX E. M. Low orders for hauling, both dou
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'5,{1t 7.'I 1 .' 'r an .1. sick. Inquiries 'at' the office work of draining t1 Everglades Frosted Feet, Bums, Scalds, etc. i =
>;;:}: # y> 1 Cti :.L1 Knliht,;>formerly of the1Lt Irritation subdues Inflammation r
1f t
of..the Sheriff reveal the fact that, no has commenced in earnest at the head AN ANTISEPTIC that steps "
t'r : ,Atiii1U Coast:>Line;: has: been em'plojed Solicitor and drives out Pain __
: action has as yet been ol New River, under the personal su- Pores loosens the :fibrous '".
of the iumy.fftrtf. PENETRATES the ,
:chief engineer
: blat Raney has become interested In'. the pervison' Governor Broward who promotes a free drculatioa of the Blood giving tot Muscltt
arnejl will.
': {:: : .; W. '1411 ;'be matter,'& ld:he:may take some action has been at that place for, the past natural elasticity.

.j i1'},: m 'transit niltnager 'and BL.W.: .. Carroll, toward protecting the';great Industry, several days.Captain BEST UNIMCNT ON,EARTH

l''i" l 1IIevelina n. "They WIU/begin running which'has already brought in this year Thomas Burgess represent. ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED

:$ ..: their. line;from:,a point in th.e: rear of over $600,000.: Every day counts' Inthlsimportantmatter ing the Featherstone Manufacturing SCIATIC RHEUMATISM

?i '1'3 the Copper ,Grocery" warehouse'; and ; and,according Company, of Chicago is also on hand CURED

-; after'f U wI 1g-.the line'of-the Coast to .an experienced sponge man with superintending the machinery of the
distance Mrs. B. A. Simpson, 500 Craig St,Knoxrfflt.Tenn. : .
; UneVMonticello brand a t' 'f1mes'represent talked
whom dredge
It baths
.,- writes: I haTe been trying the
"I' ;, 'irlll_ 'take' a soutbtresterlycourse. today;, the sponge industry will be a The dredges are said to be the best Hot Springs. Ark., for sciatic rheumatism but I '

7: :; .. ,It Is Intended to complete the thing of the paSt,unle-5s something is equipped of any In,the South and are get more relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment

r ',survey-at'once, to'a junction..with' \the done.'without. ,delay to .protect .it The giving entire satisfaction. than Inclosed any find medicine postoffice or anything order for $1.00.hire net Send tried.a s 1'1

1 Apalachicola Northern. Railroad:\ :", This pest, quantities of sponge taken bytheGreeks Putnam County's rural free delivery large bottle by Southern 1 zpress."

railroad, ." Is- .alreajty'building" ; from.. St.r ; have 'already- knocked the,. system with Palatka as its center THREE SIZES: 25c, 500 AND 1.00 ;

'Joseph, 'on theGU1f; .of, Mexico, north bottom out of, prices. was inaugurated Monday. BF7 SURE YOU art THE GENUINE I "

fen ward to Apalachicola'and River,Junction Memorial)-Pedestal for Woodlawn. ". Abraham Lincoln Ballard Snow Liniment Co.

L aSsr the latter' place': being the Junc.Atlantic" -. '
s (tropical Sun.) Was a man who against all odds, attained U. S. A.
c-'* .tlon point:of the Coast Line So Quietly- was. the work done'that the highest honor a man could getin ., ST. LOUIS ..

.C- the Seaboard,Air Line and the Louis- the United States. Ballard's Horehound ,
perhaps few people .in W est Palm .,
has attained
.. Tine ft Nashville,- Syrup a place never
J Beach are aware of the fact that just equaled by any other like remedy. It is

The, Themasyille & Gulf people who inside 'the' gates of Woodlawn Cemetery a sure cure for coughs colds, bronchitis, RECOMMENDED BY'RED
are some .:of Th masT111e's leading influenza; and all pulmonary, disease SOLD AND
S. 'business and- professional" 'men, are has been erected a beautiful Every mother should keep supplied with CROSS PHARMACY, TlfDSVILLE, and EAU GILLIE PHARMACY EAU GALLIC :

memorial pedestal? built of, rare .marble this wonderful cough medicine. Sold by !
k. bearing all the expense of .organization Red Cross Pharmacy.
;and beautifully carved.
.- ..aDd'survey before ,making any The pedestal is something like ten Southern Railway.
" interest'outSide capital After tile .
; feet in height with circular top and Agony.a
frhe'proposition Is.panning, so 'bea'uti- EFFECTIVE APR. 6. 1908.No. ?
on either side is carved a great cross. .
the matter of territory and 30 3' N'o.3.1 .
:. fully in On the front, side facing' the east : i:1 Between Jacksonville and New York. ,
there Daily. hail.b0. .. h ?ail. .
E' business that seems
; "promised' just over the cross is the inscription, 75:) P == 9Q5a Lv Jacksonville, Fls.-So. Ry. Ar. "i 00 s............ 805 II'. ,
to be very.' little doubt that the road "I am the Resurrection and the Life.". r rtl 1215 20 P Lv.Slvsnnah Ga.--------5o.: By Ar. 450 a,-___ 310 P
will be rushed to- an early completion.: 955 a----1- pAr. Charlotte, N. C._________So. Ry. Lv. 950 P 8 3t1 a.Ar. '

prOspect Under the cross are these lines which 6 42 -.-- a Richmond; Va ___:______80. Ry. Lv. 1230p.1130 "
There is an ev r-growing =::: :
'( were doubtless selected by"the giver 950 pL- _____ 50a Ar. Washington, D. C.--------So. Ry Lv. 1031 950 P
Of the R. & B. extending.the Thomas- of the shaft: 1117 _______ 1132: a Ar. Baltimore Ifd-P. R. R Lv. 612 US P
' \ YUle branch down the west coast of 235 a-_______ 145 pAr. Philadelphia. Pa.-------P. R R Lv. 333 a-----1. s U P
"The Lord preserve thy going out, t 630_a-- 415 pAr. New York N. Y.--.___. ... R. R I.v. 1210 323p,
Florida,to Tampa,. .thereby putting' this a, t t 'ilm; f ,r 'HillliM1 ; :: : -
The Lord'preserve thy coming in;
' r: ; :city In direct touch with. one of the Nos. 33 and 34-'New York and :Florida Espre S." Daily Pullman Drawing Boon
God send his'ange s round about Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York.
largest round ,Umber sections in the 1'\18. 29 and "Washington( and Florida Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Kuoiu
soul from
entire .South.. The exact point at To keep thy Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York

; b which the-Thomasville & Gulf survey
V r "And when thy going out Is done. y ; NI Daily Through.The Land or the Sk,." Daily.
t ,
: "will touch the Apalacbicola, '
will And when thy coming in Is o'er 755 P Lv.Jacksonville. Fla-__________________.__.______..Su. Ry. Ar. IJ 00& "
:tit not yet been determined, When In' death's darkness all alone 1215 a Lv. Savannah, Ga.- _______;___________..._.______.._._-80. Ry. Ar. 450 a
depend largely on the lay of the land. 600 a Ar. Columbia, S. ., .. Ry. LT. lIS a-
------ ----------- -----------------
:,' Thy teet'can come and go no more 150 pAr. Asheville. Y. .,_____..____...__..______._______.____- 0. Ry Lv 415 P
t Local Launches The Lord preserve thy going out 237 pAr. Hot Springs 1'.0.,.______.._________________.___.__ o. Ry. LT. 1215 a
\. ; Chartering The Author-So you've read my new 600 pAr, Knoxville, Tenn----------------------------___.____So. R1' Lv las .
F .- Owing to the'fact that a great number : From this dark aWhile world of grief and novel. Did you like It? 815 a Ar Cincinnati, Ohio._______________....._-___.______--Q. 4\ C. Lt' 816 i
' r of launches and other powerboats sin, Miss Flighty-Oh, yes. I liked the Nos.29 and So-Pullm Drawing Room and Buffet Sleeping Can between Jacksonville
. : angels standing round about end. I was so pleased when I "came to St. Louis, daily.
will be required in, building, the ex
'" '. Sing "God preserve thy coming in.' the end.-Ally Sloper's Half Holiday.
tension bridges and trestles between
: { : ; No. 13 Between Jacksonville and the North and Welt. Na
t l' the various keys along the route ofij' While no publicity has.Ween given to Even Break. _I ul_

the erection of the pedestal and' few --_____ 745 P Lv.Jacksonville, So. By---------------------------- 830 a _____
: the road from Miami to Key West The Barber-Beg pardon, sir but -------i 250 a Ar Macon, ISo. Ry-----------------__'!_______-Lv. 215 .L 1 1i

"-: many of the local launches have either even know of its existence it is in all this is a had quarter. 20 a Ar. Atlanta, So. ______..___________.__..___ Ilo.a P 1----------- t
t chartered th probability another gift trom the great The Victim-Oh, well don't you care. __-------5 1' 45 a Ar. Chattanooga, So. Ry____....___..__._____ ______Lv. 8 30 pl__
il been purchased 'or by It isn't than the hair cut : OJ Ar Cincinnati, Queen ttCresceut_______________Lv. 830 al
friend of West Palm Beach. any worse :::: ::::=
f* 'f- Florida East Coast Railway Company you gave me.-Detroit Free Press. _!_____ 8 45 P Lv. Cincinnati Br! Four ._______.__________ 110 _.'____ 1
The need for this class of boats is so ...____ 710 a Ar. Chicago BIle Four' Route-:.____------------- 830 P,_____

i The Smile _____..______.._ -1-1i
great that representatives of the company -------i 835 P L v.Cincinnati. P enn. Linea- A r. 645 & ____
.t. \ That won't come nff .appears on baby's 1 .71I 0,a Ar. Chicago, PenD. Lines-_______._____Lv. 840 PIi .__ I
't have visited the various places face after one bottle of White's Cream KILL" COUCHAND =-------i 845 p Lv. Cincinnati, e. H. & D.-Monon--_ -.Ar. 140 a!__...

x T; along the coast as far as Jacksonville Vermifl1 oe. the great worm medicine. 723 a Ar. Chicago i C. H. & D.- ______.__..____ g I

't. f ,in an endeavor to secure' suitable Why not keep that smile on baby's face. CURE THE LUNCS .==__=__ I 945 p Lv Cincinnati C. H. & D.-Mch. Cent-____.Ar. 100 a'=__ ,

) ." number have been If you keep this medicine on hand, you ______, 520 a Ar.Toledo, L. II. & D.-Mlch.: ('eut....._.....Lv. 1140 p''vI _
boats. A very large will never see anything/ else! but smileson WITH _____ 72.') a Ar. Detroit, C. II. & -Mich.. Cent-----------Lv. 10 00 p,___w
i secured ,and are arrivng here dall> his' face. Mis. S-, Blackwell Dr. King'sNew ., 11 ----
_______1 830 p Lv. ( IDcIDnatl, Penn. Lines---------------------_-Ar. 630
f ; and.being made ready for the service Okla., writes: "My baby was peevish I 55.a -\r. Pittsburg. P DD. Lines____________________ _Lv_ 815 p19 -i--i:1 -. -_
k c they are to perform In this gigantic *n : lie would die. I used a bottle ofWhite' Discovery S 45 a Ar. Cleveland, Big Four.________._________...___-Ly. 930 Q'
Miami .Metropolis. ::::::: ==
' }. undertaking.- ? Cream Vermifuge and he has not _______ 530 p Lv. Lexington, So. Ry--...--_____________________Ar. 1043 a ___.___
(" had a sick day since. Sold by Red Cross Price _______\ 810 pAr. Louisville So. _____..___._______.______. 740 al 1_.__
it {; Large Cargo of Naval Stores Pharmacy. FOR CONSUMPTION SOc Free 81 Trial.$1.00 ___..__ 732 a .k St. Louis So. By_______....._.....____.___ .Lv. 1010 p!____

'Fi, 4 : The British steamer Glenwood. Possible Trouble. Nos. 13 and U-'fhe Florida Limited" Daily Solid Vestibule Through Day

a c which arrtved here on June 29 from "I'll have to put you In a stateroom Surest and Quickest Cure for all Coaches and Pullman, Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and (5ncinuati.

t New York consigned to the S. P. Shot- with another man" said the clerk of THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES ---
the sttvimer. or MONEY BACK. No. 5 \o. 13// Between Jacksonville and Kansas CUJ. No U 'o, g
'j[. f'; ter Company, yesterday carried out I
11i I "Who is heV" asked the passeu l'r. ___u__ 745 pI! Jacksonville .'Ia. So. Ry_____________________Ar. IJ 33 a ____ .
! r. one of the biggest cargoes of naval "A Mr. Sikes. IIe a all right I know ,-- u"__ 5 20 Ar. Atlanta Ga., So. By...__......____.._____.Lv. '11150 p_______
r .- stores of the season. It was one ol him.. _______ 1201 al Ar. Birmingham Ala, So. Ry.________________ __Lv. 405 P.__.___
-S entirely of The Most"al"dk Set of Yacht and Boat- ------- 805 Ar. Il'mphls, Tenn. -_________.______._.___ \ 8 15 _1 I----._
f, the few cargoes composed "What is he? Building Boots ever Putlitked _______ 940 PI Ar. Kansas 'ity. Mo., Frisco._____.___. ....___..__Lv. I 830 p; _.____
;i this product that have been shipped fclle's a silent partner In a brewers""Haven't
RUDDER Kos. 13 and 14-The Florida Limited." Daily.
other vacant
from Pensacola and consisted of 12,- you any
: 201 barrels of rosin and turpentine. HOW-TO BOOKSOver
i J. C.LURK,District Passenger Agent, 103 Welt
5& '". "No: this is the only one we have Bay Street,Jacksonville*.
5 The cargo is for Rotterdam and Bristol joro boats have been built from the lines C. H. ACKEICT M. W. H.TAYLOE G. P. A.
is left" printed in thce books-Successfully sailed in S. II. JIARIWICKP.T.M. BROOKS MOHGAN.A. G. ".A.
. Of the 12,201 barrels 7.540 "Well, I'lI'take it. But if hear every clime and upon every sea-FUl detail
you .. ._ ,
of all what it is and -
drawing: parts showing -- --- ---- -- -
turpentine and the remainder rosin the biggest row in that stateroom presently how to nuke it-Text extremely simple. --- ----

:.-' making it a very valuable cargo. The you ever had on this boat you
- :t'j' t first port of discharge will be Rotterdam needn't let it surprise you. I'm a U fo<.t.-o...rallxnt 1.rk.a.y to build frtmn all IB ODtwwp BRIOGEPQRT
lecturer" Trib ; cowl racme boat fur a b..r to team the buunna in.
temperance Chicago
fi' '. where 9,601 barrels will be unloaded HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA

partly turpentine and partly une. I fine last for fterno-.a. umlliitir. or knocking about b i
r ibnal '*"r *la : rosin and the remainder will be carried Forgiven. ,>,;; full p.anp.a J pictarci ut cumpb-trd boats "THE MOTOR THAT MOTES"There
X ( to Bristol where it will be dist They were pltlyug' ; billiards. )lust aoccraful" Mrinmahine *... ieufntd; a prier.inner
i i. Auiica.A,u and AiielnJui; roe, to build; anf*
: charged.-Pensacola Journal. "What a strange tenuency the balls .
! to win is no reason why you cannot have a satisfactorymotor
: "
have to kiss! she said.
a A Modern Miracle "Why do you think it strange:" he FimpI sad practical thuTin' :? low toC'Onltract.1aaad outfit. Let us demonstrate The Bridgeport to you
bull /e.erlothrrpaaaHOW
r. "Truly miraculous seemed the recovery askw TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT and we will convince you that there is at least one reliable
"Oh. I don't know. Perhaps I ought A fine ail irrnn-1 rrn'xin. .....t. goo.1 cabin; u..u.a'wi.
:' of Mrs Mollie Holt of this place, writes ..r. wiW dr lug nra lug w4.n. gasoline motor built. The more severe your work the
J. 0. R. Hooper XVoodford Tenn., "she not to mention it"He ,
fl. was so wasted by coughing np pass from went on playing, so she put up A clfrrr htlea Jjc boat, situ moderate oirrucf aoc more we are to you own a Bridgeport, the

- her lung Doctors declared her end so her cue nUll said it was a stupid' ame. inutU Mil plan simplest, most reliable and durable motor on the market.

: ; near that her !family had watched (>y herbedside But she forgave him in the conservatory HOW TO .BUILD A FLATTIC OR, SHARPIE
Esy to".d fortyeijfht hours, when at my or. ten minutes later.-Chicago Rec begin w.t6aaklu.ihverycheaplyeither lloop or ling
:- t- gent request Dr.. King's New Discovery ordHerald.At HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHTA Xo Valves No Cams No (tears:
J; wa given her, with the astonish rotuplrte J'K-ription of BOW to bulU a model;aleC Uaed
:' .;;f;'" ing result that improvement began, and if akiff """ aoilek. Easy to Operate
tile Jarvllle IToa

.i recovered:. "Waiter aren't these storage eggs?" PRICE $1. EACH e j_ Working Parts Quickly) Accessible
Guaranteed .cure for conghs and colds. "No sir." PREPAID BY Ex PRESS ANTWHCRC

:f 50e. and 'l.wat Red Cross Pharmacy. "But there Is sawdust clinging to Bound in cloth-Gold lettering-Size of pag>. .
Y'' Trial bottle free. them." 9 by 11 inches-Larce: ,ciejrtjrdrawn pw.n. ,. L THE MOTOnFor

.'4 "Yes sir. You see, there was a circus THE RUDDER PUBLISHING Those Who Must Be Satisfied
C.a.BTOR.ZA. ,
here last month and these egg MURRAY STREET NEW YORK. U. S. A _
1Is.Itbe 'ltl1iIA Y$'In' eel'" lt
t -, were thrown at the clown, sir, au.lthey S-wd los/all!'* Catalogue of foots Jot F. N. HITCHCOCK & CO. Agents
tt. } 4LilRllfl'l ,
9H fell in the sawdust and didn't Library.

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I. : ,: women' :warerarrested and ,.. The liver will be- torpid and inactive .
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fe,/ .ii 4.p.!'; :< .&M.v weak nerves, feeble or irregular action of p.
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:; ;J fi"ro JiioooOO if ; Reporter Star Publishing! :Company; backache and kindred disturbances. and II!
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--1fi 1 = :}!' i:4N -' .. 'W. D. Ytiwell and Jisit was rare all the. time while everything l I,
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1 < "I + L.Ferrls,' are as follows:,, Wt'tt on my stomach. The doctors claimed that
,!''--.w"; '"yY..t"dI' I.d. l ... .ftJII.1tnl.d".1.. ::",:. .rlDt. a It was sympathetic trouble due to dnDeU1d psi. ,
: ,
r.-- .
: : O'Neatfireeldent
'O."Overstreetvleepreatdent :
!t. -
; prescribed
": v'l--1 .. for JDt! and although took. ,
"' iesdty-of tOO,00C.cublo feet of gaai < their powders regularly I felt better.
'f'as i aecn no 1
"" ''.-.--'., ;:.,- ;' 'N.'t.P. JoVeU, ; MywUe advised Dl810 try Dr.Piene'.GQ1de -1i' {
::51;. 1 ';-;> } tirKted the Peaco1a(3arkonear
_; .."...".'.";;I. f I by' .and treasurer.- ?; Medical Discovery and stop taking the Je.ton :
; is the suburM medicine.' She bought me a bottle and.
: IB -
; i ..'SJ. :
.. we soon found that I benD Improve,so I
/ti -
; -r':; ;,t-J: ,4tPflCOL's, :.o' .?!;. 'Six sections of the line ofthe, Florida huh the treatment: I took on flesh my .
'''- : :>o .i.; ., -I : *,' .. .fit the digestive orransworked
-' .r ''< \ 1jtn' ;.tt : East Coast Railroad between JacksbnvllteandcHoniesteM perfectly
,' : J --< ".j'hat a ....GOO Are> the bust -- noon begin to look
... ; ? ,, now filled like a different person. I can never cease to '
.L,,,,7 ;"'* TT .1.1j't :, : we., line'that meets all demands f
L, ,s KT- : "aesa4aecctfon:early Thurrsday'morningfir : be grateful for what your medicine has done A
with Italian borers, and they,are awell for me and I eertalnlj ItTel&hJPW praise'apennygrabbing '
lt:: lj' ndrreboleule'groceiywarebo, a contentedget '- Don., be wheedled *Joeajer both as to quality and price
..-' 1 nsat4estroyedtogether:-:with- ':severalyattdVreaidenc and/giving perfect into taking Inferior subStitutes for .
.::-<. '-i: .; satisfaction The Miami .;section bas. Dr. Plerce's medicines, recommended to .
;i" ;>tt : *'.' : 'hands ezeept'the' be just as good. : Selling Price from $450 to $85p jt
:'I'Y'- : > no today, To gain knowledge: of your own body- >

f* ,,,'"vi''''!' .''' v MmI..ua1. 'meeting- '* .the? .ArNathan -, tNegroeg have!beeg' heretofore, in sickness and health- nd for the Pea
"llailf'| !-Bank'showet:that:,the ple's Common Sense Medical.Adviser. A
i lf particulars sent on application 4
K'-r&StSKVsiil:. :\ employedbut they have quit; -on. account' book of 1006 pages. Send 21 one.cent
_;- f3 t. c; nkIn' a eplendid4ydnanciarrt else stamps for 31 .
of, getting. ; better wages paper-covered or stampsfor
.ttT s9tdlttooAYseWI.; .ftUai 'ci1114wbi'"t't < -
: s : cloth-bound copy. Address Dr. R. V.
t.: ..,-r < < r where.=MlamTBecord.teveAHIiCoiiirade'aLUe. Pierce,G63 Main Street, Buffalo, N.Y.

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''?.-,'' '. Wt'\t.i-1i---,. .. ; 0: : bl ''AlAlto.LI. _' ,
; (1' I3r -** *
,. ,,; i ,;:W),, 'c." -1,:.Dan;secured',,from" ...."...the. (Council. '"While 'returning from the Grand The Board of' County Commissioners '11'. .

: ; ''f.'';::iGf* 7ort.. Myers 'aj ;teD. hanchlmc Army' encampment at Washington City, of: St Lucie CuD.ty'has fixed the

'oMp'7'.i-i tor the:operation'" :"ot.' ''telephone!. qs, comrade rrom Elgin 111., was' taken county tar rate ,at 15 14 mills: E. L. :BRADY & BRO.,
\ morons and was in a critical '
:<.f--.. i<' ,,-';> JJ.;. ,*-,..-...--.:tear" fwiUiiii"tbel' ;ton* ;UJDttl.., -'fe condition," says Mr. J.E Hoogwand, of Old duronto Sore Groceries Grain and all Food Products. t {
J). :{"""'ti1J' .JifiTgreatlrto be toped,toe_ butch' Eldon Ion;. 'I gave him Chamberlain's As i dressing for old chronic sores Hay, :

-,E:F a' the and believe .saved" his life. I have been lain's Salve. While it is not advisable iD the above lines of goods, and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices OB I
;t and reach aft whweby engaged"for, ten years., in immigration to. heal old "sores entirely, they should Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E, L.BEADY BEO.TrrcsviLLX,Fix ,
wl .,, ; ;beef!supply;:wm/be -Improved. by ;re- work and conducted4 many parties to the be' kept in a good, condition for which "

.5'tr | *trtferatlonStarke'.Telegraph. sooth and west I always carry this remedy his salve is especially valuable. For sale
tL ; and have used it successfully' on J.NORTON
medicine dealers. S.
Gaiineaville's canning factory '' by druggists, ,
I r .! new many occasions. Sold by all ,druggists ,

::l( } it btarted'operitions: _several 'hen- and, medicine. dealers.' ,fc ..-. Not Skeptical. and Groceries Hay Grain, all

repdred; 'cans .of:tomatoes,being'the. first Fined Disorderly "1 suppose," said Miss' Angular, "you Staple Fancy Produce of Kinds,
Is for Conduct would hardly believe me to be thirty-
} tJt ;rdlnct.1 The capacity of the plant !'
colored Ice delivery 'man "employed two years old."
VJt' t "'it three-pound,aaa a day. A '
by,the,PensaCola Ice Company "Ob, yes, rejoined Mr. Bifflngham; 'r1tusV1.Ue.. I I P1orida.
'i1. 4 f ,_ A'nw: military company has. bees: "I would have believed it ten years I .
:;> ;: > waa.fined'In -police court.In that city
!ft mustered into"service at Fort. Myers ago."-Chicago Tribune..

!; ii')7'Colonel> Walter P. orbett,-1nlpecr upon the.charge. of disorderly conduct WHITEHALL PORTLAND CEMENT

,,'" L 'tor-general of the Florida State The disorderly conduct consisted : EAST COAST MEAT MARKET
of refusing to give the propel
.A, 'I\Troops.. The company Is forty-eight .
R-11 .. 1:.,'. atroq.-t, amount of Ice for the money paid, and 8a.r.D08EX,Agent, 500 Barrels will be received in the next f
1' In refusing to give any ice unless the ;
h. )... ,:: : j '. ,' Eighteen, Cubans were .up before parties who wished the luxury took -- and 60 days. Costs a little more than other cement -
J :-'L<, \C .Judgi Gordon in the Tampa Police tj
'L .'f 1;: :'r: ,<:k>nri Monday for playing baseball ooSunday. the piece offered.' He was found guilty but is better. S ,

:, ., They were found'guilty, and as charged'and fined $5. ,WesternHeats EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO., .

t. "4 fined'. IS..each and .costs, amounting to Modest Claims,Often Carry the Most Conviction IT Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material.

\k. k :Chairman Jefferson B. Browne, of When Maxim, the famous gun invent .

', has ,*placed his before a committee of --. -
;; .. .S ; the State Railroad. Commission. or gun of all Kinds
''" at' Palatka judges, he stated its carrying power to he .
"?:':'' ... :.inspected' the, union, depot' much below what be felt sure the gun
;- ;it'u4; It Is thought the roads interested wonld. accomplish The result of the -. \

rr.\ : "'1'wt1fh compelled to make mu need trial was, therefore, a great surprise, instead rrrusviLLE, FLORIDA. : ", .
j s--I"f t ed lmproyementl.f of disappointment. It is the same I : ,
,: :-
!' with the manufacturers of Chamberlain'sColic LOW RATES ,
f:5k :\ .' :Unusually .heavy rains have done Cholera. and Diarrhoea Remedy. ,

: considerable damage in the interior They do not/publicly boast of all this '
remedy will accomplish, but prefer to let
i1r \ .:i. :portion* of Florida. .In the,phosphate the users make the statements. What VIASOUTHERN

ff.: -region the water_ has flooded the they do claim, is that it will 'positively I -

.'J: '.mines, forcing the suspension of core diafrhpra, dysentery, pains in the .>
operations.Hon. stomach and bowels and has never been
1r : :mining' known to fail. For sale by all druggists

1 ;; : .I William" P. Halsley died at and medicine dealers. &A405 tarn.Detroit Mich., and' reIr -

!; -- =Lewes, Del., last Sunday at 1 o'clock. Tickets sold daily limited Oct. 31. 1906.

!; :. 'The' deceased was ,Superintendent of Buckman Bill Makes AppearanceThe cb54.1 A A v and Saratoga return.Spring., N. Y.,

to 'Public'Instruction for this State urider Buckman bill has again made Tickets sold daily limited Oct. 31, 1900. tilti.
.y ", the administration of Governor its appearance in the Supreme Courtat ft C fZ fC Lake George, N. i", and j \ \
t{{ .:George'F.. Drew, from 1876 to 1880. Tallahassee. An appeal was made 'itOO Tickets sold daily Oct. 31, 1906.

'',4t. of Wednesday from the Injunction restraining Washington D. C.. and
Florida Refining Company, fiiOO Qf\
;3,-- .:_, .' The; the TZ ty\J return. .
x{t-. Jacksonville, has chartered two steamers the removal of equipment Sold July 21, 30, 31,limited Aug. 8. Exteniion -

, '. ,' which'will make regular trips bent 'of the University from Lake Sept. 8. \rIuaJTnJ4L

: ..." :: <.', tween Jacksonville and the. West Indies City to Gainesville, granted F. B. mfffSt.. .Paul, return.or Minneapolis

t if. :!i.. r : The' Nicaragua, from New Ors doodle and others. Mr. Stripling, on Sold Aug.Sept.10 30,11.1900 1%, limited Aug. 31. Extension _1t/ I I'kiw&i \_ \\
/ > behalf of Mr.' Moodie made a motion
of lumber
'::" leans, tai now loading a cargo Q PNiagara Falls, :N. V.. and t _
dismiss the appeal which was denied $48
to return.
fertilizer and groceries. / ,
: -
; { ;, -
limited Oct.
by the court. Mr. Hampton representing Tickets sold daily, 31,1906.
? The'Dania .correspondent ot.thel1- QO Toronto. Canada and re-
: : the board of control, made $53. tarn.
the water
Metropolis- says a motion to advance the appeal out of Tickets sold daily limited Oct.311900.

iJ}. r l 'in, the, 'Everglades is higher than it its usual order to argument. This tiA A 75 Atlantic City,,N. J.. and

.5 }, 'L 'has been foreman years and that the court also denied. Prrrr.Tickets sold Oct. 31 1906. A AND

1 the roads along the border are quite fcCO Newport R. I., and re-
: ; V .75 ... ORiQ
rains have
'impassable. .Heavy daily HELP IS OFFEREDTO Tickets sold daily, limited Oct. 31, 1906.

-_.., 'prevailed. for -the past six- weeks.- WORTHY TOCNO PEOPLE t&Q7 fCWashington, D. C., and
DO f .v V return '
J.f.'s.+;"< For.the loss"of a leg at Fort Myers: v We earnestly request all young persons, Tickets on sale daily,limited Oct. 31, 1906.

; r' 'by being- run over by 'an Atlantic no<< matter how limited their means or m 42.65 Denver, Colo., and re-
education, who wish to obtain a thorough turn. v
'f5f< Coast Line train, Walter Lewis, a business training and a good position, to Tickets sold July 9, to 14, limited Aug. 23

, young man, who has 'been living In write by first mail for our great half rate l 906. For sale the
cb Chlea"u, 111., and re- by
$4.000 from offer. A6 05
i Tampa, has ,secured torD.
He was about to sue Success, independence and probable On sale daily limited Oct.31, 1906.
a;.. : fortune are guaranteed. Don't delay. i>QQ An Mianeapolis, MInnn andpOO.UU
;., for 'l .OOO, but compromised on Write today. return.
v ibovementtoned'amount.. THE GA.-ALI. Brs. COLLEGE, Tickets on sale Aug. 10, 11. 12. limited
;,: .. : -. Macon, Ga. An,. 31. Extension Sept 30. '
a- J>n O n C KaoiTille, TennM and re- L MUSIC HOUSE
,flews CIalat IB Children > t 11
HOLLat1: 3 Tickets on sale Jn'ly 7,14.15, limited fif.teeD ,
: children
.x i, enmm.months daYL Extension Sept.30. 1906.X32.10 .
DanEJ' disorders of the,bowels, Rocky, Mountain Tea Nuggets Mllwankee, Wi., and re- TITUSVILLE FLA.
receive carefal attention as A gray XtfiiisA far Buy Psspls.Britfi $ ,
"nooaa the ant.;:unnatural 'looeeneae of Qs&a EaaUa sal IOSVH ....* Tickets on sale Aug. 10, 11, U, limited Ang j

,' :' 1be bowels appe .Tb beet medicine A iMdflc for Ooortteatton,ladlgeatlosi.Un =, 1906.
.. ::1D nee for+ bowel ;o pleaM is Chamber = =r ....... a.d Ticket OfIIee
QboIera aDd Diarrhoea Rem. .:. 8nMIa. IWiTtis 108 W.Bay St. Phone 743
lain's Oulic sat et' bit's Ia"
% 'M it promptly controls unnaturTl let tone eeots a ... (temiMBouima .... by J. 0. LTJ8K
1. of(tI1e towds."Fw sate. .by_ Deco COXPAJY Badtan,wtaCCLDSI > District r..EeI'Agent #.i
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,,1'",._."..i."'<..,.-;I..t.". "",.".'--.'..'''.'' ''' : .... ...v.-1": ,> are.. 'eoBStrBcted. -" after- a. ,:special ,process. Fertile- Florida. Vote

j'sa---- ;- ** 'i "" ,r .1 ,Jaetief.. Breier'Wtmiiegtin which! gives them great.porosity and along ,Watermelons have been very plentifulat "
-d ''
IM'i i 'jjti., e'pit nmp of..the.. .. woad.Mare -.. tits. They csa. be,charged and discharged Hainea City this season. '
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-: r'i .IpiNltltia .,.'"''" lell.
0t *. ":-_ t 1t_.:., 'attend- *to" .: and. :theooexPgttmoe a high rate, without injury, ,and, what is any kick about the returns they received
u1111601I ""ij
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fii that the.::government has more important t, with an ignition cell, for their peaches.So .

bWtifiMaieneral.dkpeoflary.; -'!The fed. they: can be'left standing in discharged far, this season'Sanford has shipped

y enl jgoveyoa. >cnt- is efficient he*sage,' condition for a long time without any loss vegetables to the amount of (400,000, ___ r "
;" italetesh able to l6 ;? ""' '
ate "bat. there' irjsJhinfES' rreater thin-mereeflidency of capacity. In other ,words, abase of breaking all records.

& "-*; ?&&!> wll3beral/tbadslateof? ,'namely,' 'theprotediorioftheindividoal' this c Waiter", which would completely Earl Norton, Haines City, shipped 4 i ititic 1
3&SCsfaK'M* '1' -feirSfrLj-Tj-L-T-J 1 -.- r*3_?r* ;and' the. .opboildiog of his- yain r some. of 'the" light-weight .foreign four barrels of potatoes. Key West, 7
which netted him $6 a barrel.
sense-. l'.individoal r poDl bilit,." ignition. ceUsvwill: cause: no perceptible :
# mdesa''ye19 prstf
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greater difference ,lD the efficiency this improved Around Chuluota the oranges are getting '
5" These under
= things lacking
G T'but it btid two doM c' : are .
The unlike large enough for the
battery capacity, growers to see
system. "Itis' not how
oar present "
feefisit wts evasive in tnoetitnportnnt'e that of meet ignition accumulators, is f ally what a fine crop they are going to have.

'er tend grbere 1t was nOtensive; much the. ..individual r, will. willingly give ; equal to the' rating. The peach season at Oakland is

tOrtunats: to. the country but. how. much the nation TwoSO-ampere bou*cells giving volts, practically ,
fr'. it was -- over. There will be quite an'acre

$fff$&g&.- could: take' from him.. '; fbr example' weigh only 16 pounds And age of early peaches set out for next : :;: y : :9'I yrt
yet they will be found sufficient to run a
'The government is spendjng this year 'PiorI4a Hid Pair least miles. season.
l+&Kf ,.. .. Winter Ibur-cyEnder. at 1,200 >c',
'* than its total venue m There is little doubt but what the
,130,000,000 more The Florida Mid Winter fair this year Comparing these figures with thOie'of very

: 1897.' This,.is Booseveltian economy from other ignition cells, it will be seen that, i pine acreage in the vicinity of West : ..
will held Nov.
be at Tampa to -
durability aside the battery, is a decided Palm Beach will be greatly increased
"This & prosperity for, theworld, -power ..
29th, and. will "be o'n an :even grander advance over what has been done before next season. 5c : .
F-- ti dr.jpt
bunco steerent, tat not for the taxpayers.P y
z-_", scale"Plan that 'of last year. It is expected as regards light weight. Around Whittier the orange groves I

v., : F that every county in the state will are still displaying a fine line of fruits
'x It is now explained tit Secretary Editor Warned
tie) represented by an exhibit, and in order without any outward appearance of in-
> f Taft was sent to N4th Carolina, becausetboee'Blackbornt The editor of the Braidento Heraldsuggested jury from the recent rains. "
that all may be on an absolutely I S.
*.. : people" had been .et- an ordinance against cows run '"
equal.footing the association has decided At Cutler the citrus groves are lookingfine
Y some of their conventions ning at large in the streets of Braiden-
BBrt dotting at county owing to the excessive rains MISS> *,
to ower'foor.1arge cash prizes-one for the town, and it seems that the editor struck particularly

c ,, VicePreeidenFairbank4aeeuccee banner county of North Florida, another a snag in a certain P. McGuire, who Spade's grove, the older part of t
'Lt ,1 sor,to President Roosevelt. The question which is covered with fruit already of SUFrERED[ [O ran MQ1TNS
r. for the banner county ;of East Florida, wrote this warning which a rich piece size. f
R is, has Taft etopped the revolt? of humor: large -

.,'. .'. .V ..; another for the banner county of Middle "It's little I thought in coming to this Last week the, trackers of Anthonyhad Pe-ru-na, the Remedy Tat.' i
Florida and Mill another for the banner
land o' liberty to have democratic their annual barbecue to celebratethe "
c\,:' Our Political Farmer paper Cured. f
N "-r- county of South Florida. These four counties (Dike the Herald advicatin' the anarky o', closing of the trucking season." There

.,i': : ': While SecretaryShasiemakicgfriende'S on terms.,that will be absolutely the day and the ruin 0' law and order in were about 200 present and they all reported Miss Ella Off 1127 Linden 84.,JJIdW ;

..4 ,".',. of the mammon of unrighteousness. by... equal,,will be expected to*compete for telling the Big Marshal o' Braidentovft i a very profitable season. apolia, Ind-writes: _. 4 :'t\\

"x lending' money to theStandard"Oil banks' the grand prize.: to arrest me cow., i I The San Mateo Item advises Florida ,,l suffered with rundown coos&te
"" "Be jabers, if he tries there'll be one don tor several months, matt Issue
# .r ; Mr..Fairbanks playing a straight flush The. ,association!! will appreciate; any suggeStions rig marshal less in Manatee and growers: to pay more attention to the that I would have to five op my work

by.driving mowing,,.machine and making county growing of Le Conte pears in view of the "On Ketlaf the advice at* Mr*
from any of our readers in regardto some_ indies in the Herald office to pay clan, be prescribed a tools I foam
high prices on the New York market.
f a,political! hay e pAs between the the premium lists and solicit cooperation for., Me cow IS a Coine animal as I bad however that It did tae so good. Oa
Pear trees will thrive where it is too cold
t } hay-seed candidate and the standard we in this important work. one just loike her in the ould country seeking the tdvke of our dragg&tf h.
for oranges. asked me to try Perooa. la a tern
t>:.'. 'should_bet on the. hay-seeder., 4But still l -' called Rosey. Ye also gave a hint t' the weeks I began to feel and act Ute a

there is a fly in Fairbanks ointment, High and Low Tension SparksIn people that they can milk me cow, an' The peach industry at Seville is goingto different person. My appetite fe-
., make butter out of the cream; that is nice grow' from now on. The past year is creased I did not have that wor9..out

for his mismanagement of his automobile a recently published article on ignition advice for a democrat, an' be th' holy what will cause the boom. S. A. Baker feeling, and I could Weep aplen 41 r.

in which he travels_ to and from his hay systems for ,gasoline engines, that poker I'll break the head of the man who baa recently purchased the E. W. Hammond In recovered.a couple 1 ot thank maths you I for wa what etltkeJT foer

.. crop 'can ed'an 'accident to a brother well known, expert, Mr. Chas. E.Duryea, gave; it if anybody milks me cow, an' I'll place a mile north of town and medicine has done for me."-EIIiI OA

't t:" fanner's wagon_and this fact is being gives the following interesting test for get; one o' anarkist bum shells and throwit will plant the largest peach orchard in all Write Dr. Hartman, President of Tb.

4 in some day at the door when ye are this section. The place is on the railroad Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio
: widely:published. showing the of the contact and
sitting at yer desk in the Herald office and will be handy for shipments. for free medical advice. AH corrwundence ,

.; 4 t' .. jump. spark.. It is'a fact that with.the written such advice to th' people. Yerdoctrin' Is held strictly con1 dentW.

'- Pity But"Tia True contact mate-and-break spark a much seems to be "This is a free con n- Italians Replace NegroesThe -

T: One of,the leading journals the conn- smaller lead is required with any engine ty, but keep off the grass." Now I tell A Kerosene Oil Lamp <
; F. E. C. railway is about to dis-
-- "The higheatfinancial rewards than must be used if the is ye me cow is goen't to eat grass o' Braid Experiments with a new lighting sjs-
I .try says: engine fqnip-. pense with nearly or all! of its coloredsection -
entown, so "hands off," both you an' th' tern have been carried out in Scotland, in
: r ., "of politics are no longer offices, but contracts p ifd with the jump epark. The reasonfor hands having made arrangements toget .
big marshal. Now ye's warned'an'
ye which kerosene oil is ubed. The oil fa
.vs '..':'; franchises and special privileges.1' this becomes apparent after one has know that a nod is as good as a wink t' a 800 Italians along the line in the near
future. route for Eden stored in a tank, which U accommodated
Fifty are en now
J : ; .' Another' 'great ,journal 'saysr ."The made the experiment described by Mr. blind horse."
and other points. The Syciclians they in the base of the standard carrying the
a rewards of political count for ) .. '
y rY Cheap ,place uryea.
formerly tried proved too dull, but they
At the Ball. lamp. In the top of this reservoir is a
:little now in political .rosnenvres., The "Pass a strip of paper between the "Miss Passay's hair is all mussed. have secured a more intelligent set of men cylinder filled with compressed carbonic-

i 1ji : 'boss' no longer the man who distrib i points of a jump spark ping and the paper isn't it?" now. The colored man seems rather too

ute "'patronage.' The real boss is the will be perforated by the sparks! leavinga "Yes; just as It she could deceive independent for that class of work, which acid gas, with a small container at tile

anyone!!* be the bottom holding from one-half to two gallons
4 '- !Tyv- "i railroad man, the.traction"man, the in. line of minute holes. To get the actual requires a man to constantly on
Y S% "Deceive any one? job, that he will not do as much work ina of oil, which automatically Sows
l S A' eurance man;-the man who is willing to a.ize of the spark in the cylinder the points "Yes; she mussed It purposely,just to
aa given time as the black man, but will thereto from the larger receptacle. A reducing
i contribute enormous sums to the .campaign should be separated J inch or more give the impression that some one had achieve more in time owing to his presence -
been 'dancing with her." Houston valve connects the oil container
-: fund if-only his own interests be fur it is well known that the core- at all times.-Fort Pierce News.
Post. with the carbonic acid gas cylinder, anda
=a left safe or his new projects aided." pressed air is an insulator, and that engines -
fine tube leads to the burner, which has
S r !? "Protection" which means favoritism, which frequently miss on full Full of Y .n. Weekly Weather Report. .
"Now" began Miss Anteek, "my C.8.DEPARTMENT OF AGBICULTUXIW.UTB. a vaporizer consisting of a jet and an air-
is the price paid by officials high and charges will 'fire:regularly when throttled -
i mother is a remarkable woman""Oh BUREAU.
; very -
mixing chamber while the burner is fit-
low,. in return for contributions. The thus proving that there is a larger !" interrupted Miss Cutting. "Is JUPITER, FLA., July 24. 1906.

s corporations pay tribnte to the party in and better spark when there is no com- your mother still living?" Comparative statement of temperatures ted with an incandescent gas mantle.
"Yes. of course." and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. The oil is furred from the oil container to
power and the party in power gives the pression."To "
she 1906
must be a remarkable old 1905
the vaporizer through the fine tube by
: corporations the privilege bf plunderingthe test the make-and-break sparkin ady."-Catholic Standard and Times.' DATE.!: MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN.
July 18. 87 78 87 78 the pressure of the carbonic acid gad. Oa
people with impunity. Protection," a similar manner connect one wire 19. h7 73 88 80
: reaching the the oil u
Letter 20. all 77 89 79 convert
G. L. Mandeville
: in the form of high. tariffs, franchises, from such system to a piece of sheet 21. 86 $75; -80 76 ed into gas and passes through the flame

i fe. false certificates like those given to the metal, on which is placed a sheet of thin Titusville Fla. "" 22.23. 88 90 74 76 8i 93* 75 76 spreader where it combines with the air,

beef trust, and immunity from punishment I It taper, preferably held about 1.32 inch Dear Sir: You know, diamonds don'tgo 21. 85 73 88 78 and thence to the incandescent mantle
t by size. So with paint. Total rainfall for the week. 2 98 inches. The lamp is economical
. #. for crimes is the policy now. trove the metal. Connect the other wireto Departure rainfall for the week plus 1.79 in consumption,
. We make paint; one gallon of which inches. a light of 200 candle-power being obtained -

: ff'f The-Banks Gain Millions a common pin and gush the latter goes as far as two of another and lasts Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, plus ed 45 hours with a consumption of

through the paper then pull the pin twice as long: that's four to one. 9.44 inch. H. P. HARDIS. one gallon of oil, and the light is clear,
t' Press from New York report
- reports away quickly. A large spark will follow You know i it is true in diamonds; they Official in Charge. bright and of great penetrative

\ that the secretary of the treasury, when burning a hole through the paper frequently don't go by the gallon, do they '---- ----- - -- --- -,- __ _. n.___ ._.. poser.

r k; in that city a few days ago, authorized the If you're going to paint your house,
j inch in diameter.
%* Compare Western & Atlantic
ti that he would promptly deposit you go first to your painter and say: Railroadand
rr. statement the area of this hole with that of the "I'm going to paint; do you want the
F in the banks, if rates hardened .
d money money minute perforation made by the jump job? and what.')) it cost?" the-

and that he would immediately return park, remembering' that the make-and- If he happens to know he'll say:

I }- to the banks in the shape of public break spark is also longer, and it will be "Depends on the paint. I can do it for Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway .

} deposits the money received from theeale somewhere atom $100 or $200 whichever -
seen that the. volume and heat of the
f; of Panama canal l bonds. So the' you like; $100 will make a good DIXIE FLYER ROUTEOffers
nake arid-break is much "
spark larger t>n'OOa: poor one.
banks under this have
arrangement are to which account it will lire a 1 less perfect AnoT you if you happen to have your

j ,. their cake and eat it ton. They buy the mixture." wits 'II say: "I'll take the good one, best, service to St. Louis and Chicago and points West and Northwest. -

canal bonds and draw the interest and when'll!! you do it?"
Shortest Route
j our kind and devoted friend of the cot Light Weight Ignition Battery Painters ought, all, to know about Time

paint and jewelers ought to be able to
j poratione the secretary of the treasury, anew ht-weight ignition cell is ; Train leaves Jacksonville at 9 p. m., running solid Atlanta.. Through Piker '
'- put get; a good job. We do what we can to Day coach to Nashville. s _

will band them back the money, "if up in celluloid: jars by the Muller Porous help both. Pullman Drawing Room Duffel Sleeping cars through from Jacksonville te Si. y-

moneyrates harden" and who can doubt Plate Accumulator ::05 West One gallon Devoe is better than two Louis and Jacksonville to Chicago. Solid vestibule train from Jacksonville toI may- _
't- company lanta Atlanta to Nashville and Nashville
.. to St. Louis. _
I !1i. the rates will not "harden" under such 41st street New York city. The battery of average paint, goes as far-that is, Ask for tickets via Nashville! Chattanooga and St. Louis railway. _

an incentive. If the rates "harden" I your house will take about -0 gallons
.. consists of three 5 plate cells having a capacity -
"it t 8 per cent, the banks would be able to )evoe andW of average paint-and Leave Jacksonville, 9:00 p. m.
of 25 ampere hours, and furnishing Devoe will wear a long time; the life of Leave Atlanta: 9:: } p. m.

loan the $30,000,000 at the rate of 2,400-,- a total of volts.. The cells and containing average paint is very uncertain, it may Leave Chattanooga, 1:15 p. m.
Arrive Nashville
s 000 a year and at the same be drawing case complete weigh only 12 pounds be a year, it may be five. Leave Nashville 8.-00 6:55 p.p. m.m.

the Regular interest of 2 per cent on which is extremely' ht for a battery of Why is it that painters don't know Arrive Martin 12:05 p. m.

the.bonds of 600000. I about paint? Do jewelers know about Arrive St. Louis 7:30 a. m.
this voltage and capacity. The batteryis Leave Nashville 8:00 m.
diamonds? They know than p.
more they
The question naturally arises, why did Arrive Chicago 9:30 m. .
constructed especially for use on a flyng tell sometimes. There are painters and p. .

the administration sell Panama bonds machine but the greatest sphere of painters; so there are jewelers;so there is Questions cheerfully answered. .
:N }4 v&nthe. .... money. not,needed in they usefulness for cells.of this kind U on arjtc-' paint and the t-gallons paint is Devoe. For further information rates, etc., call on or write to ,

treiiwry? :'Respectfully 'referred to the mobiles Not Yours truly, COLE DANLEY
.. only are these batteries of
president and his.secretary of the...*. .' F. W. DKYOE & Co.,
about half the weight for the
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It is r : : .:mat ;Emd "Parliament, "HI ahntonil environment campus, ,.School of- Industrial Arts,".inelodicfDomestic r."'!-'':,e:#: ::;;;":;.j:. 1<:7-: :'
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?N q :- '!> dormitory room.. begins Wednesday, September. 26, and continues .?.: ,} ; ,
peas :,hid; 'distppctKg A. eioerIOb of.'lioada. Tbe/obontv had' topiytbetmeriff eight, months." : .; ':tj"'" ,-, _
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ilRtsaadtpaabeei ;=the nexttoiwtalawprohibiUnitth -=health> :hiir, no-dam= people, confined( in jail, and on that J(. Ae A. MT7BPHM5B, President. .:+.F r :;.':-"' --,
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'W taitle-darinf"* 'the>laying* ieaeotr; economic :! .: W. bought,loadegafpi by legal,enactment the turtles of Florida, --- : : :.( :.. {
T1iebettk1i fate I = auto .
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: : o J eat, and, :began the'building of this had It for several ? : ::
f4 to;pwrwt! -the robbing of tor. : ,11014.for. ... atitiyeara..6, ,$ foada::;.We ,foond the acatimeot ofpeopJt' the, nor to save its eggs, or, if necessary, to days.,and something ought to be:done- '.; -;_. :\'.
.... even perpetuate its for hath it not tor him." '
O' O''LanU.1IMI.. to beagainrt' the oonfioeaent of song .", _
'iOlt/ifiatllnoderRs aeesoraIM {igeal l' ""' .'- '-:: .",. been spoken by the prophet the voice of Magistrate Ftn Ute was satisfied> with ,:
'. ?11' IB; the tioavicta. They look better and cost
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-\I, \: the turtle shall be beard in the land explanation placed Augustoa
Plus. \ the;i county leas by ing'Oawd4t'the jail.
:> r_ :-jnighty"measure;and the uerUby CHUT PKTWAI.v under $500 bond for six on'r
'' a 'employed engineers who laid outrows
: ';tl IfOia* thunk the think:dewrres to ., n A little love, a little wealth, .

} ,,1fMt >rlh;thoeaVgreat_:minds that 'in .. .,..' ,' on eDtific'1aaa. A little home for yon and me, Beware OlatwooU for Catarrh tbat COBtola -
} petition to launch the:thing apoq the .Mwe81'J' f ; :
Tux't1LFOBi) 8T8TEX
3 iiett liai+ ,placed.appites? ,< It's all I ask except good health, t
seas of ante,' bile UUle.things, likedraining ;P : as mercurY will rarely destroy the sens of
pbtwokilAametoabi: laws to protect'fish ;f used the Telford soft
"They : system on r Which comes with Rocky Mountain Tea smell and completely derange the whole sys
s-:._ slid Hbw llmythinj The last Florida :tho"Eyeliladee.eonvicl' I II ieues, ground,.-Our roads cost from $225 to $250 Ask your druggist tem when entering it through the mucoussurfaces. ; }

1ltaji< # railed to poaj some small and land I I other small affairs: are spoken,of in I'I'I per',build., We roll,the Telford i! f : except on. pre Such crlptioes articles should from reputable never be phy used

.z '$.iMniliOaDtmeaanlee, bat lt passed whispers.; '.' before .we put on the macadam'making- BU& sicians, as the damage they will do is tea fold 1

" '>{.,':.'"'.1-:;iiw'largand. f'-far-reaching. ones. 'which. ;. ; BOY. sro a"e GooD 800GBSTION.. to' the surface smooth. We have been mosteconomical THE "AUTO NOW.., to them.the good Hall's. you Catarrh can Cure possibly manufactured derive from by

tl tl""iiaiikre.A..tffl1r. ( history perfectly *Bat the'good roads people seem to have so far as repairs are concern Garage Manager,Tell* the Court How F.J. Cheney & X.Toledo 0, contains no f r

'f:.: t i bto ,:the'very' small ones.was a thee'bulge'oil this turtle egg proposition, ed. 'We .bave one road built ten years One ef IU Victims Act. directly mercory upon and the is blood taken and internally mucous surface acting -

". K txeste: geological' ? survey, a pare and speaking':of, good ;roads' bringstto ago,' upon.which the repairs bate been Entomologists say they can't give it of the system In baying Hall's Catarrh
., ,.c:'", t;biiliii'bUl"to'creato'Tdepartment'j3Ketafe mind.:"\"U eon the convict.labor question less than $10 per' able," official recognition: but Ernest W. Cure be sure yon get the genuine. It is takes

'i, )ineiiriutce, a bill prohibit childfactories. let ns understand. ,". said' 'Gen. Roy. Stone ,To, return. ; to the future legislation, it company's Wridgway manager'In New of an automobile Cheney internally; Co and Testimonials made in Toledo F.J.

':':';.<; 'poi 1g; :- On the'other hand, before a:'OOmm ie of',ihe New York I. is evident 'the people are getting readyfor garage York bts'lt Sold by ruggists. Price 75c. per bottle.

:ii"i :"> ',measures included : Legislature, '"that a thousand- idle men business. The good roads people will scientifically declares classified be wants and the cataloguedand honor ofbaving Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation.BOBBINS ..

protect. wild animals, ,. a bill!.to>>, are. being marched about 'in Sing Sing ask 'for, a State Highway Commission, seen 'first.. says the New'Yor!*
J a _probibil.C' 'Ihe. shipping ,of, intoxicating' prison today frr exercise, whose labor,if a, state road law, with state aid to a system Times.. He calls- It the "automobile

{ ligtmrs &rodghf! 'dry:countiest'a'IU1to'I property 'direded i ,. ':could provide \he ,of the state highways. 'Other people bug." Mr. Wridgway recently told ,

,, 'ptgbtbit. .,the:.shooting of alligators and, material!;,for.thousand. miles. of"goodmade wU'-ask for other things, bat the interestof Magistrate Finelite all,about it .in the r o

i ;), :iateat; _enactment' of all times,'.-a "each t ..,year, ,and that the honest, 'overshadowing greatness, as outlined 'I West Side court !n New York when .k QRAHAMCO. : ,

i %Wll to prohibit the shooting of I limpkins industry of the3 country pays for maintaining above, will .be the Florida turtle. Even he had Theodore Auguston arraignedon

; Moq cribs large measures became laws, these:criminals in idleness. In his nest' 'is to be looked after by the 1 lawmakers "AVhat a chares ft It of?"disorderly asked the conduct.magistrate"It's CO.,

z w; thie) the smaller ones have mingled conclusion; gentlemen I wish to disabuse which will naturally include the 'auto bug.: your honor" said ( Paid up Capital $23,000.00,

...$..,.,.., ..;.ashes! with the dead and' forgotten' your:,mind of;any false,impression quail eggs, wild turkey eggs, bullbat eggs, WI1<1srn-ay.
,1t..l.t"'fI,:, *-- II' ;*4'v" rf ipatt regardjn necessary of road< the 'of the limpkin, for it has This company owns landsin
,..!' : J > the cost con.strndhn eggs "What asked the puzzled magis-. the Indian River Country -
. 1! 7:;YT'o ijolfi the future by thepiet, this in.this-state. 'You,need not bethinking recently been discovered that the limpkin trate. ,on the St. Lncie River,

.:.tetnming, ,, turtle nest.robbing act of $5,000 'or .$3,000, ,or' even is a bird "The 'auto bug' continued Wridg- at New River and on Biscayne -

{{i}/wail. !U become law: and. take'.its place m' $,000, per;mile for good roads. ,Some of It might be possible for the state to way. "This man's got It. It's this Bay.

a ":: ITorida history side by>> 'side with thehmpkiu the very,best roads in the United States ,land the eternal absence of Signor i Pat. waHe; wants to ride In automobilesall *
the time. When leaves the PRICES'TO SUIT THE TIRES
; ; : law' To round oettlpast andttr are''D W" being built for,$1,000 per mile, rino Murphy from the legislative halls one gar.
age be's on hand and jumps into the
:" \? the present 'century i4 should do and'except in the neighborhood of very of the state. The name and fame of seat to ride with the chauffeur until we Send for land list.

,to.: ., A large towns or I cities, that price,will be Florida. might survive the loss of Signor Have to throw him off. If there's only OFFICES( AT ,
u'-.. And just think:;'how early,the promoters quite euffiwent to calculate, upon for the Murphy's melodies, but it would never one seat be climbs upon the lap of the

; i of: this,great"scheme:are beginning ,state...of New" \. :York, ,, and if, ,proper state, .do for our lawmakers to fail to protect j driver and sits down. He's got it bad TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.

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'? .o- :: 1If.7011 pfeai come over hewfcnasts Muio and Ezpreuloa :: Trained Nnrs.and Phytlcal Culture. Di. >
&x&.; :%ray;M?: tba:loudmen.from;ahooung all hat"- theyfinesC': fittest_ Western. beefwould : flnt attack of.disease, till New. Bnlldlox,, Newly. FarnUhed rector In BOOM :

*gsv--e-. -- -.,.>Y.- .,teoblttNed: and swallows ..betoukifht.. )were cut'.uP. and I ':whicbgenerally,approached BEST CHBISTIAN; .DOKK INFLVUNCES
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:.' .$!.:"}.,.....;- i' ;' .. ..;:..; :;w.:'.' :i rf&, f'' ?'_._munIcaUon from thefovernor..... <: Duncan*'"of sHayne8viIle,3tMe..,*?now' 70 T: tt's Pills -

<.".>",:,,.(\,.afV-. "",,, "' e t q'ine.4-fortiaaland: : '.I--_ eomplaint'L years old.Sb: wnteek..."Electric'Bitters
,h--.A7'' 1'' *1.#i'IALI'.o.! :f' .:uatDe.. .". ras1>."' wajTduly1 'tao4in J aDd made| me"'feel as well and And. save your,health.' The Geo. 1 Pernald Hardware Co.

r'; ::; % : onsldezed3t'W entered,:awl strong as a young l rI. .Electric Bitters
;"..-Y: Y.eorde 1'and referred to Cowu 1aaloue''Catletoti can;stomach ana liver diseases,blood dig-:
"( J: Y' -;;:. >: :< ; orden funeral debility and bodily weaknets -
;;,1 : "' Word rag eent;te fame' ; :
) ,. .
\ ; :, i.
J' Red Snapper ,Catch.
that .. Coition a':guarantee at Cross. Large MACHINE.SHOPS .
; tt'Wudeq Walter !IIit T:biealdirecting '
\ :Price; only 50c.: ..
: : ,
.: Pharmacy .
-'11j;K ire l.-every 'endeavor to'obtaftT A'coavtcttoa'rt3 .. .:Bua:Over by>> twitch Engine In.'.port', Saturday- one for .Warren ,

: ?q. f.f I. ;!. iflthe'''aw:',ia4, beenTlolattd.,; 'Stockton13pringa'andfoilndrb7briettnqulry 4 Aaauatit!; Or: ; kwinbenr, yard 'foremaa &. Co. and for Saunders & Plumbing and Metal Work
f Neal 'w kto ,
: 't.'lvaraen: : iai ; ; -* I
.. Co. former ,
_ ; :' In empiloyiof. the JettonDek1eLumber The Osceola entered for the -

; Jg"f.: r abut it had long been the custom;of the Company; :of ,Tampa was firm with several thousand, every .

;K t'h" ;Jtollan laborer: :employed;oa:the pet 4 yesteidaymornhig' : In the yards ice box ,being filled. BUILDERS' HARDWARE PAINS & OILS

t';$".Jt. .r .coMtructlon'\\ boot'iiKl ot .,theJmlll ;by .being) run 'over by a The Cavalier arrived for Saunders

.. if. 'iBare all the amalUbtnUittiey:could.'irtachs"tbey Seaboard '- switch. engine. ,Bloomberg &\CO\ and had a catch of about 6,030 -
j, : roasted on"plt aver theirbpeuieedtsud Agricultural Implements
; moat tasrattemptingito bOard, the engine* fish, many of which were immediately .
considered dalntJ <
; '
< when he 'strucaVby,-; of humbegpojecting out to customers who had not
t 4# ,,' :mortela r,More than thla.:H waa found was pile shipped"

.' that.the,Italians Bobbed, the nests, take :.over the. platform. He been ,supplied in several days. The SANFORD FLORIDASPAULDING'S
t : :bu'the..younj,birds which, wereubo s'dragged"distance: twenty. feet, catch of the Cavalier is one of the 1
.r consideredfreat delicacy, I and''was" crushed, 'to"death. He,leaves largest ever brought to port

x; / Neal:and a::Stockton'policeman "eoay a:wife. and. *o.children- one a 'woes during the.. summer season, when the W-I y." '}
-Is )::ff came,across ii young Italian'wbo was from Bir and
.. '. oldHe, originally came fish are always scarce the catches .
at/everythln ahesaw.He
banging away : :
., was.'atxested 'and ,.ta his pocketsacre mingham.' ;* generally small. The fish, .as a rule, ;
medium size small : : : === =rr-r-1 = =1. = = = == ==J .
wIf : were and ones but
1j. :found two robmsya" blackbird .Y.u Liter, ':J
,two tttnshea'Aud some 8pam>'! .. Thet ; every available place on the schooner
is out'of. order. 'You to'bed in bad
.t s arrest:C used great consternation' In the' humor: and c get'. up wi'h'a go bad taste a in ,was filled with them.. They were BASE BALL :i

;<;: f.: l Italian colony, Even the moat vociferous your month. You want something tostimulate caught along the Florida coast, as

and athletic.explanations ttttn. your liver. Just.try Herbine, none of the vessels now visit the Cam-
{ terpreter'for a.time,fell short ,of hnpremhig the liver regulator. A positive care for and Sporting Goods are
\.of upon them that. the small birds.. constipation.dyspepsia and all liver tom peachee fishing'grounds, on accountof .
were' not common property' ?but were I plaints. Mrs.... F-- Ft. Worth Texas, ''the Mexican gunboats, which are I

protected ,by the laws'In this,part of writes: "Have\ used Her bine in my patrolling in plat vicinity, the Govern- Distributed to the trade in Florida exclusively by .. I
family ears. Words can't express.
: America. thin ment claiming that it comes within

.. The sportsman' was'. brought before what household I are about happy it.and Everybody well and in jny we I their territorial boundary.
'and coached The H. &W. B. DREW CO.
'a justice pf the.peace by owe it ,to Herbine. Sold by Red Cross !
Ills interpreter. pleaded guilty and
Many persons have an idea that )
C threwhimself, upon the courts mercy. };:
'1J. 'l K The court read the respondent a serious To Boom the State Fair. work on the Daytona, DeLand & St. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 4

r lecture upon the,enormity of the Johns River Railway is at a standstill,
f offense, all of which was repeated by' (Tampa Herald Friday.) but such is not the case. A large 1

the official Interpreter. Thecourt Imposed Colonel 1'.J. L. Brown will leave gang laborers is at work between' Prices on the goods F. O. B. Jacksonville are the
i fine of for each and Tampa tomorrow for Jacksonville,
.a $5
DeLand and the St. Johns River, and
charged in New York considerable
the costs of court amounting. In'aU to where he will attend a meeting of the p same as e
If '' the of steel will
-about $40,.' aDd also .confiscated the commissioners who were: appointedsome laying commence a* rn in freight.

Italian's fowling piece., ,months ago by Governor Brow- soon as the material arrives.Daytons Send for catalogue and sell Spaulding's Line.
The fine was promptly paid and that Gazette-News. L
ard to mate plans for having Florida
"Ji -night; messages were. sent the whole
r i :length of the job that it would cost a : represented: at.the Centennial Exposition Eco..r.

month's par to shoot any more,wrda.i ., j to be. held at Jamestown Va., Investigator have been in this sausage -
oM from both ends and I
I neit.rear.Cornel. .. factory
t a
Beats the Motto Cure I Brown' s one of the com- don't see what yen arc going to do i

# "To keep the body in tune," writes misu/jners: appointed, and It Is probable with all that stuff and dirt on the floor. OF SEA ROIITESI
I'roprletor-Don" about that. QUEEN '
Brown 20
Mrs Marv Lafayette Place that his experience along this line worry
Poughktepsie, N._ Y. "I take Dr. Kings We know how to make both ends 9
j' r; New life Pills. They are the most reliable wW be quite valuable to the other meat-Baltimore American.
and pleasant laxative I have found." _embers.,

t Beat for the stomach, liver and bowels. After leaving Jacksonville Thurs- RdMM.

' Guaranteed by Red Cross Pharmacy.25c day night, he will go to Clay, Bradford Tom-That's a queer sort of ringyou're Merchants & Miners Trans. Go's

wearing. It tou't suitable for a
v and Baker Counties where he will en-
: ; a."aetloa of Lee' Retreat. .
The retreat of Lee's army from Gettysburg deavor to revive interest in the com- man at all.DickNo1.
Well. I tried It on a girl
.is to be reenacted by the na ing State Fair.
l and she didn't i weal to think it suited
tional guard of Pennsylvania at I Its' Towards the latter part of the ,, her eltber.-Detroit Free Press.The ,

annual division encampment which la month,.or Immediately after the State ,

',. to take place on the great battlefield encampment, it, is his intention to Wro eT Time.
} July 21 to 28, says a Hapisburg (Pa.) NBALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA
make an extensive'trip over the State "Did your husband over bet on a
1 Correspondent of the New York Sun.
4 Major General J., P. s. Gobin commander in behalf of the Fair proposition. winning horse?"
answerM Mrs. Tor-
"Oh yes. young
of the division. Is completing Direct Connections for
t Alt the World kins. All the howcj Charley bets on .
his'plal l for this novel feature of the I
amp The movement will be participated knows that Ballard's Snow Liniment has win at some time or etker."-Washing Washington New York and Boston.

in by the entire division 10,000 no superior for rheumatism, stiff joints, ton Star. ,
men being employed in the operation cots, sprains, lumbago and all pains. Buy' j
during the greater portion of four days. it, try it and you will always use it. Any :
body who has used Ballard's Snow Liniment 1 Through tickets on sale at Itl'inciIJallolnts.
is a living proof of what it does. All '.
Would Teach Craft
; In School
we aak of you .is to net a trial bottle. Fern's Seed are tot tecaone rosm'xserul Accommodations and cuisine unsurpassed
s Graft in the schools of yean late been Fpml In
as a course
Price 25c, 5 the United States was advocated by Cross expert care in tutting UKIU SEND FOR BOOKLET.
superior to all ottteme
ex-Governor Bradley of Kentucky in \\ are special]* in crowing

an address the other day before the flower 1 wG and Seed vegetable Aaaoal seed free.*. II. C. AVERY, Coni'l Agent, Jacksonville.J. .
t teachers of Jefferson county says a Tklmpl Crathr.Miss 0.M. FEIIi CO.,

; Louisville (Ky.) dispatch. He wanted Detroit., C. WHITNEY, 2d Y. P. 4 T.M., W. P. TUMER, P. !. M.,
F the subject taught in the schools, so Mick.'D
i that the rising generation will know NMttcctu GENERAL OFFICES BALTIMORE MD. .

what It Is and how to avoid it. Denouncing i

: t graft as a deadly curse of the

United States he said it was necessarythat

something be done, to check It, SBABARDAIRLINE I

and be believed the public schools to ,

be the best place.Orange .'

I Lining to Ward Off Old 'SoL
; Orange 8tQCklngs and a white hat Chamberlain'sColic -
V '
with an orange hued brim give just

- the right touch tea white outing costume Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines
say the Parisians. There is a
s reason for it too-that is, for the orange Richmond, Washington, Baltimore.
Almost has needof
In the hat It removes danger of sun- every family
stroke and enables the summer girl to Beakstein-You know, Mlthter a reliable remedy for colic or Philadelphia, New York,

r ?:. walk gold/or clrte'ln calm disregard Dobthon I'm thlmply cratby to go on diarrhea at some time during the

s :t. !; '" Praaa. Orange, It has been, discoveredby Theatrical.Agent Yes; you must be. year.This remedy is recommendedby TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY

scientists, 'absorbs the destructiveT -Tatl r. dealers who have sold it for

t 1: d ray which is responsible for Old many years and know its value.It SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL.

:3ol's detrimental action on the bram.Do Fou4 a Sew Epithet."If has received thousands of
you go in swimmin'," said Tommy's -
R testimonials from MODERN PULLMAN .
grateful people.skians .
; younger brother, "I'll tell maw!
.. Mot Heclect Your Bowel
:' "Tell 'er, if you want to, you nasty It has been prescribed by phy
J Many serious diseases arise from neg little muck raker blurted Tommy, with the most satisfactory LINE
lect of the bowels. Chamberlain's Stomach -
: and Liver Tablets are a pleasant and plunging into the water.-Chicago Trib- results. Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eaiit.
i agreeable laxative. They invigorate the une. It has often saved life before

liver sod regulate the bowels. For sale medicine could have been sent foror
by all druggists aad medicine dealers.;: X.t U They Kaow It. a physician summoned. For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, ox
s Barker wonder why most married write to
1 gA-U'OaZA' :' womta'ar* afraid of their husbands? It only costs a quarter. Can A. 0. MAC DONELL, 8. C. BO YLSTON, Jr.,

.aItj. ; iliLiiiltifarJlleeltl. Parker guess' ifs because ,men you afford fo' risk so much torso Asst.General Pa.ssengergent, .$ Passenger A genU

... !ill never propose to'the other kind.-Detroit fade? BUY IT NOW.

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.P ti';<:;j;: ;,,}' r.wser.. J.F....." J'I .-,.,_'"!, ,'. DESTJiRLTIE:: loaeet J>e and dangled; and-Inng'M! .', .. .
'$:- i$ : :; :' lllla:|1aDC'uPJ'1Mt;t Mt), -> i'U' c\ : :$ ; the'prirtl'fek ; d_ {- "'" .
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t; 'I.t.:AcsFatherlD[ : I ,: ..'r.m.rwUlb. I.,t .tOtttog Win JusConce with:-a hickorytub
li H* w w wv w r
(Jr: "* ..' E*..rwjo a.' 'hreateaed IabV'ri Wemote .12a siren is I i P'' $4.
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ii".;. UMu.aa a nIL.l'oru.t.tJle tTlol 1 .
-.. 7"" '. ._......or piU v.Uea,ltla.cto.iirTaUMOUBMsV nd';then the howls: "trould.eerieforge [ V V
.:, '!I. f .. -, sMitiaBliL. JUfed"-f*a&Va.nlsisr 4- 4HnIbKe1 $ V V c
: 'of, Neighbor ,41a !last....Lat (ab, :moment, and the 'tnfant would Chilifeg.
..,.." a : Gii s' 4I mI I: ; For Infanta and -
"' # :.""O'-'E 4. ? caNCY'r : gaze Into Mr. Bowsert face as If TTOB- ;

f-fir. : A Strenuous. ..:,Time1S : 'I' F.iCATHARTlC. : : fi daring;whether he was' a cruel hearted- s 1ft::5
: -'"' villain or'uot Ten seconds would satisfy '
The Kind You Haw
; x 1"0. an.our.. .him that he had made no mistake. c ;. : ,r

l: a' .0. and.'the heals would burst forth load '
"'r '" ""lJ' er than ever. As a last: heroic expedient Always Boighl V: ,

$ :TRIES' TO CARE FOR IT he, was laid 'on the divan:and Mr. V :

-4 Bowser stood ,off and shook a fist at # V

; 'f .' him and'threatened his young life.:.. The sis alilhgl e1 a uk- -

:.>,thiac'He_ Could Do Would .Restrain CAT.'HI;LIKE'CODY'flluue. thing ,was a dead failure.. It brought Bears the ,

"o" ; hla$.*&:...tat.-...... & tL Do such shrieks that the infant was
:4 ti' the Baby From Crying sadMike Good Bun Stokes.W eats. or Gripe; 10."Sad
0 snatched up and Mr. Bowser ran out
{ Matter box. Writ to trMiavple,tad book.MtM
,: :' I: If Go to Steep h &lUAddmi : .' Ol on the front steps' with him just In -.- SignaturePromoNsD'igeslon.C1 -
at.-a--u. c811.i/rN..,. '
} time to meet Mrs. 'Bowser and the erM- 0:;
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t:f copyrlgbt,1906 KEEP l Yell ,LNI'IWI mother. nnsandBestCootains: neiUuOpnun.Morphine '
[ of
'Wt" :br'HOll1er Sprague.! "The poor little darling! But did the 1arMaerab t

HE Bowtera had just finished be nll.emooUl 'as satin.: 'Now,be 'beheld great big man sit'down on him?" cooed NOT NAB

;' J fr'| dinner the other evening, and It as red as a beet and as 'full of the mother' she received her offspring CO TIC. %.
: r
T Mr. Bowler,was about to take a washboard. into her arms and started for ..

} if- 'a seat "on the front steps to "Here what's the matterr he ex- home ,lbryudaiTh&ti'fi2z r 8

1 itmokeaclar.; when Mrs. Taylor came claimed as:be began;to pat; the little "How long has he been awake ask S.J.

.:down from the third house, bringing one's head In a fatherly way ed Mrs. Bowser.: .

het teu-month-old. baby with her 'Yell. Grew Sto.g..,' "Were, you speaking to me, madam InUse I
iI a
.. JThere.wag to be a meeting of a church The eyes ,came wide open and the asked )1r. Bowse, as he gave her one I

:committee; three blocks away that yells: grew' stronger while the feet awful k>:>k. s. ,w..

if .ven1nr..and.she not only wanted to kicked out as if young Taylor was "Of course."

attend but she wanted Mrs.. Bowser's dancing a hornpipe ', i "Then I will consider your question =

company. "1 see." slid the fatherly Bowler in the morning! after we have consulted ; for

= 's ,"I could have left baby home'," she after standing and scratching, his ear I our respective lawyers. Don't think AperfectRealedy Sour SbflwhDiarrtoea.Constipation

{explained, "but Mr Taylor had to go for moment, "he wants to be takencp. this attempted assassination will go WormsConvulsionsFeverishtissidLossoYSLEKP., -

t and he will.sleep right along till Young Taylor was lifted up. He was .. ...-
!midnight .1 have never known him to wide awake now. and. though he was Just Like a Roman facsimile Signature of t

no veteran he was old enough to real- The Man-I am surprised to see you

xK Ize thit there,:had beets some crooked reading a historical novel Don't you di&ffz. Years

} work going on. The nurse 'hadn't find-it rather dull? NEW YORK.

changed the infants In the cradle in '. The Maid-Oh. no. You see, there

1 order to work In her own offspring for is so much in it one can skip.-Columbus -

a good thing but he had gone to sleep .Dispa teL

in his mother's arms and wakened to CASTORIA :

tfr find a :ba1U eadad man hauling him Half the World Wonders
,. around; He resented the change in a How the other half lives. Those who

c t,:>- way that made the welkin ring. pee Bucklen's Arnica salve never wonderif TN(CSHTAVK COMPANY, MCW te..CITT X

+ 4t ,M!. Bowser,tossed him up and down it will cure cute, wounds, burns, sores
ftesult. -nll.:; ". \ and all skin eruptions, they know it will.

:. It' Mf/Bowser chirped- and clucked and Mrs. Grant Shy, 1130 E. Reynolds st.,

: whistled. Result-more nil Springfield, III., says: "I regard it one
ka necessities of
I ;Mr. Bowser then cantered him ing." Guaranteed by Red Cross Pharmacy.
J I through to ,the parlor windows
singing 2i'k.C.A.&TORXA.. Florida East Coast Railway.Local
as he went but the youngster now, .

felt himself to be master of the situation t

:l.,, and he, went hi for .
: whoopingold
time. He yelled. when he a was held Sky, he ,1b Kind Ya Han Always Bll ught8f&WUlI Time Card No. 66 In Effect April 16,1 1906.

ft4 right side up, and he yelled when he
was' held head downward. He was ItSunshine, SOUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN NORTH-BOUND-READ UP. .

being danced around the parlor whena
No,99 No. 29 NI.78 110,98
man .walked in,.at the,front door. DaU, DailJ DIUJ Dill,
He was' a strawberry 'man in search your 600pm 920am Lv.__.__..._ ...JackwawUle...____.Ar 7 2p11 8 i5em608pm
: of a customer.; He had only announced 92Nlm .. ___ ,_buthJecksonwBle.: ..__..._.Lv. 717pm 847am
4 4t ____...__ 7 4am 1.
: 7 2tJpm 10 -IOlI.m ...__.__. .. ._ .St.Augustine 615pm
: that he had l rge and luscious berries Home 7 5:1pm: 1113am _.__..__....._....lla..tinls...._..' _..__._ 531pm 649am
HE'S DI1IFLB IK at the lowest price known for years 8 Wpm 113iam ...__..... ..........East I'alatta..._.(__.__. 5 20pm 6 30am
HIS CHIN! when Mr. Bowser shouted at him: 8 3Jpm 12 00 m Ar....._......._.......... P.latls...__._.__Lr -I b.'ipm 6 J6am
1I3pm 1110am Lv....__.........._ Palatka..._...._...............?Ar 545pm 6l1.JamII
,wake up of an evening in his little "Get out of here, you fool! Can'tyou Fifty two times a year is assuredto 25pm ....._......_. \r.....__ ........-an \Iatco_..._._._._Lv '''__'_'_' ljam
V 'life.! He wont bother you for a-single see what trouble I've got on _.......... 51am; Lv....._......._......._San Mateo ..._......____Ar 925pmI .-....--.--
d, Mr Bowser. All you got band 1" you if you \ Otjpm 1232pm Lv..._......_._.__.:Bunnell,.._."..........._.Lv 130pm Sham
instant, ve Hpm 12 40pm .___..___...._ upont._..._..._.___. 4 23pm 5 lOam
to do is to look in once in awhile and "I can see that you'are trying to kill 9 4Apm 1 13pm .. ......._.........._..._ OrmQlId_....____ It 3 56pm 5 OOam
his that kid,". replied the peddler. "An old 1002pm 21pm ._. Daytona....._............__ 345pm 44Sam
Bee that the cat isn't sucking READ the SUNThat 1013pm, 130jpm .._.........__.... Port Orange ............_........ 33.'ipmI8am
; ,, breath." man like you ought to know better .1035pm 200pm .lr._..................... ew Smyrna........................ fpm: 15am '
"Why, of course." replied Mr. Bow- than to hold' him suspended by one Ie.; 11 loam 4 41pnl Art.._................. Lake Ilelen. ..._...._...._.$Lv 1 6 Wpm
like tba t." 11 2Xam 4 i.'ipm .....-........... Orange city............. ".- .. 12 IiOpm 5 Wpm
'ser, who was feeling good natured toward illustrated weekly paper 11lOam 500\.m .. t......-. ..... (range city Junction .........__..j" J2 4'l'm 5 SUpm
the world. "I'll take just a i good 'Get out with you! 10 4apm -fvpw L....._.........._dew-:Siayrna.: i ........__......_..Ar a 0.1'01: 41wamll
0(the little care have heard the last of this. There'sa 1151pm J61'w \r......_............... Titll vlllp......_........... ...... 2 ozpm 3 o0am1t
Iito .heart but I you
yourself. Bless his "' loam 5 r.ojm Art........................._!..auford........._............. ..:1.v 111).am 6 3fpm
4r wish we had fourteen like him! What law to cover such cases as this. I published everywhere.A. 6 30pm 11 "lIm Lq.......................... .anford_......_...._..._ tAr 5 5opm 11 tyam3

'a picture of Innocence he presents! Xo could tell you how to stop his yellingin 11 51\'Dl 16pm Lw.........__..............Tttu;vine- ............_ ....._Ai20:; m 300&m
soul of one minute, but I'll be hanged if I 12 Slain 3 lpm .. ........_._............._Coeo............ __._.........I.v 121pm 2 22&m?
wonder doesn't take the a s 12 Slam 351pm .. ....._...._.........._ R"ckk'lee..............__...._ h I2Jpm 2mam I
child over two seconds to go to heaven do!" 1<. Taylor 1 Olam 4 2pm ....._.._..........._ E'lIIliI1IUe_ ........................ .. 12 47pm 4lLm .
r Mr. Bowser danced the child beforea 1lsam: I :Wpm ........._.._ ......\lclbourne......................_ .. 128ipm 137am156am
!" JV\1I1 .._...___._.._ebllstlan..._................._.h 11 52am J:? 5:1am: '
Left Babr WHh Him. mantel mirror, It was! an insult -ISam G O.m ___.__. .St. Lurie _._._...__......_. a 10 k\lim 12 O(o't a
observed promptly resented Hakes the cartoons and all the 3 Siam I\m ,....._........Fort Pierce......_......_.......... 10 r,1JuIl1 11 !i."ImS
t "It's awfully kind of yolk" 30anl 63m ......_ ._u._.....Tll1hlllll............................. .. 10 1iam 11.14pmS
the mother. "but I shan't trespass on lIe ran with it up to the piano and other pictures. 641 pm ........._......._......... Eden .............................. .. It) 1am: H lapin
.3 than a quarter'I swept his fingers over the keys. The 3408m G Ifr.m .......__...__........_J.nen ......_.................. .. 10 '):\11m It f1'r.f:1
; ? your good nature more 3 Slam 61'.il'IU _...._......._._...__$tulirt.....__..__......._.. 1(1 Waw .10 l>!!I'III
of an hour. I just want to speak about baby kept time to the discord. 4 208m 7 2pm: I ._......._._...... Rube sound ........................ 931all1 10 2"'pntis
' ladies. From a back window he on 4 40am 7 ,IOPDl ....................._.W(,t Jupiter.........._......_.. 91Aam 10 put
five words to two I called Claude L'Engle 51.5am II 1pm ...._.........._We t Palm Beach __........._._ /I-Iiam 9 :Wpm
"Don't hurry yourself, my dear wom : the cat to come'in for heareu';: sake 5 4::.m 8 IIl'nl ......._..........._.... Boynton ...__..... ..._... .. IS :!IJam' D Olpm ,
If want to. I'll and have his tail pulled and break up 6 8 lll'm ..................... ...... betray ......_.__........_._. S l2am S IiOlim '
an. Stay an hour you 6 .JXam 941Jpm .._................rort Lau'JertJale......._............ .. 7 tam: 7 f.lpm
i have my eye out for the cat. I'd be a the monotony but the feline refused 6 Siam Ii ,. _._..__....._ Dunlli._..._..__......._.. .. 719am 7 Wpm
house full of to budge. In pungent editorial paragraph 7 l1.'am 9 &l pm ..! ....................... 7 O'JIIID 7 II/pm
happy father if I had a 73.'Illm JO 2Itpm .. .............._...Lemou (111. ..................._._ .. 64om:: 7 lIpm75Jam
w such little angels to come home to. By Then he got his presence ,of mind. looks after the things that 10 :Jm i j \ ..._J.-r Ii :cam 7 opmlam
he's' in his The most cantankerous infant ever S ( .. '''__''', Lvt........................__..JliarL_..._..........__.. t.\r ................ 300l'm1030am
thunder, .but -got a dimple need attention. ..._._..._.. Ar:....................... (: _...._......_...... .................... 1210'm
chin rMrs. born can be quieted by a lump of ,

.. Bowser looked at Mr. Bowser sugar. Young Taylor was depositedon Buffet Parlor Cars(>u trains 29 and 71J Buffet Sleeping Cars on trains 99 and 08.No .
p rather doubtfully, but he motioned for the divan while his protector bustled WARM, BRIGHT, FACINATIKGLT Daily U.ClI'tuUtluy.. .

_if her fo go on' and she went. The baby downstairs for the sugar bowl. CLEVER .23/ ''No.19' I 'No.16'' I : Ho.24 '
'beep carefully deposited on the Had the cook been home she could Sat.and. No.21 No.15 No.Z2 Sat
bad Daily
and the cat located in the back have given him some useful hints un- Sun. :' lu' / Daily Daily Sun.Only .
<<\lya .; Daily ,,;. Daily Dally ;. Daily/
yard, and then Mr. Bowser sat down to der the head of bow to care for young That the Sun I Only 495np

his cigar.. children, but it was her afternoon out G 1.1' 510) 200lOtIfL Lv..Jaekonvllle.\r 71Jfta 11-108 imp 6W,: 92fJp
,Jim Taylor must be Gar baby Some Sugar.It 9p. 6:):!I', 51bp 2OSp IQ.-.a'( ...._"''.ulh.Jacksonvllle.... _L6 5 832a: 122p ri5q.7! 91p
"How proud 10: ;21\'j 5W|' :240|. lOSJta' .-..........BablqBeH....._ I>2"a II OUIt 122lTn: :53: >p,84tp
over a kid like that!" he said betweenthe was granulated sugar that Mr. If you pay to read this paper you 10 W\'j 72't>' 5-V.p 2r.|, IOJlH' ..._...Atb itic Beach........_ 61"'* 7-Vial-M' i l'p 8"p:
Z! puffs but he only said it once. A Bowser brought up and filled the ba can read THE SUN too, JI) j t:>\> 6l"l> :3Qi( >p II Ot>a Ar.............-IlaYJlOr': ....... ....LT COfiit 71' ai2dmSq. II 2"p

vigorous yell from the back parlor lifted by's mouth with. It was good stuff, WITHOUT EXTRA EXPEXSD. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAJiSHIP CONKEQIONS AT JilAJli.:
; him up and carried him into the but his action was taken amiss. The

house on the run. Three other yells baby choked and spluttered and coughed Close Coaaection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Compeny for :

reached him before he reached the infant and when his mouth was free once Ask us or write us and '

Its face had been as white as more he made up for lost ,time. His Havana and Key West

s milk when he saw It last It had also yells brought in a pedestrian a roily

poly man of thirty, who* timidly advanced We'11 tell how Two Sailings Each Week. #
i:for Over Sixty Tear
with hat in hand and said:
Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers.
Mrs. Windows' Soothing Syrup "I heard the infant screaming as I -_. _

been used for over sixty years by millions passed, and II stepped in to see if I These Time TaMes bow the times at which trains may be expected toarrit at a"rl "par
of mothers for their children while teething doctor." 50 YEARS' from the several stations, but their arrival or departure at the times stated !, not;;1'1I-.tIiH'el
should call a
with perfect success. It soothes the EXPERIENCE noi Is thUCumpday:: to be held rctpvnsible for anydtluysorany eoniequeacesarL-'n;} ibe. :"loiii.
'A child softens the gums allays all pain "Doctor be hanged yelled Mr. Bow- "
cures,wind colic, and is the best remedy, ser at him. "What I want just now is For Copy of the LOCAL TIMF. CARD or Other Information

for diarrhoea.: 'will relieve the poor a crowbar. Do you know anything "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
' little sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists about children?' t

in every part of the world. Twentyfive "Having never married I can't say J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen'I. Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
: cents a bottle. Be sOle and ask for da""What's -
that I
_4. "Mrs. Winalow's Soothing Syrup," and TRADE MARKS Do You Want to Know All About the
he yelling aboutf'"Don't
- take no other kind. all children yell when they DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS Ac.

want to? It seems as if I once heard Anyone sending a sketch and description EAST COAST OF FLORIDA? *!
qnlctly our opinion free whether an
my mother say that that was the case. inTention U probably piilenutle. (Commanlc
CASTORIAJor Uoni strictly eonftdentiaL Handbook on Patent*
"Then go home to your mother and cent free. Oldest through eeeurtn pa.teI1tL Especially regarding? Fruit Growing,Trucking and '
Patenia taken: Mum & Co. receiTCtnal
Infants and CMldrea. have her say something else! laUcii without charge, la the If so, eubecribe for the.......... i
"Yeth, thin;, thirtlngly. thlr," lisped IFLORIDreEAST 4
:' THKWY 'Nara $ BlIP! roily poly as be went. Scientific flicrkan.AbaodMmelrfiluUmUdWMkir. COAST IOMESEEIEE.

For forty long and never ending I-arrest dr. I
eats: of an?Mdentlfle journaL Tcrma 11 arear I
a Bears tha minutes Mr. Bowser sweat his collar ; tau months fl. solo l.u uWldealen. PRICE 2-5 CENTS PER ANNUM.

fir. 'ljnatbi.oti : and forgot the number'of states iu the MONK & Co.1.I' New York !ISSUED ONCE A MONTH. SAMPLE COPY FREE. ,

i 4 Union-' He cooed ana cussed,'he sym- Brucll 0tI0e. .r a.Ba blagto .DoI. r W. L. BRAGG, Manager, St. Augustine, Fla. pV.

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.jL.: !:..'.','''' {':;S'f- -Ju.. ,.;...,.,.. TIa..., U ,1.,. 1 .J.B.: Bower and .daughterMiaHattie Alma Martinis visiting friends at >! _..
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--,'.a; .;.'J.j-"'<),<;tr,,;+:';p": ;'"IiIBST 'I\COUITY.... ''t",\"t.o ,Vise! Mary Witt/eld Eau Ga_lie at Summit, N.J.! -
_ ": :' W "- in jibe Hall boat 'Thursday to see her Mrs. John Goode'and Mrs. L. C. : .

.J1B\ : S NOTESg friend, Mrs." Ernest' Taylor.: Moore are now at Waynesville,N. C. \ -'

JlJI"t sh,' "';":' .>':' .. '- ..,_- .0{:...-- *' ..' .t-'' Everyone regret: to see'the large, 'fine We are pleased to know that Mr., E.A. 3
f''t"' 'i-.. :, '._5itU6 Hippwin ot s That t Jelpto life oaks.disappearing'from the Lange place Stephenson has bought .the: .Gauker cottage is preferred by those who are admittedlythe
Tr y were its chief beauty. and lot on Crane creek.
y :Up tie I! ilj:Iftisp p fr f-.: f MrE P. Branch spent a part of last best judges of tone? The answer is
;t'x : Some of our,good people have been indulging -
week at the Branch cottage, Melbourne
in summer. colds.: This is altogether who has
suILOa.r It is because
Beach, where he enjoys the surf baths. easy., everyone
extravagant and should not. be encouraged .
1[ The mosqnitoee i :are coming in ..falltforee. The Metcalf building, on Front street, played the Ludwig knows that in it'
? has 'been neatly repaired and freshly
-'<'i' Mr Lee Baldwin and little sister Nina
? Mr. Gea- Knhl went, 'to" Titasville. Satvrday "- took the southbound train for Miami last painted, which adds much to its appear is embodied every artistic qualitythatit k

returning Sunday, Tuesday.*'They will enjoy the celebration
Me Jrs.G. G. Harmon' and Jesse,Glass at that place and visit.with relatives Ed. Stephenson, wife and five meets every demand of the expert re- A

spent a few (days last week in Titusville.Mears. and friends.* children have.returned from their visit to
y- quired for the' truest interpretation of : t
I Kissimuiee, where they have been visit
Bennett David Taylor
Foster i ii
: ; We are glad to hear that }[r. and Mrs. _
and General El kins spent a few days in John Brown,of Miami,who recently par i ing relatives. I ,music-that it. possesses that indescribable y

I' I,. :Miami this week to attend the celebration. chased the Nelson grove, are coming hereto Mr. and Mrs. John B. Lee are now visiting I .I

t .Mrs. Knhl and daughter,'.,Miss' g.i .. live. Mrs. B. was Miss Myrtle Baldwin with their son in Minneapolis. They delicate charm which is difficult -

i- I Marie Kohl left Saturday for Titosville to ,- and her friends and schoolmateswill hope to return to their elegant new homein
..>> rejoice to have'her home again. Melbourne in October. to analyze, but which is designatedby

: ; The showers. of Sunday_ and_ 'Monday Mr. and Mrs. Claude Beaujean, the some musicians, who appreciate thatit
x from Titnsville. d. Misses Eloise and Jessie
are making things fresh and green andce Hogg and Jessie
!J i' Mr. G. .B., Cooper is having a ni helping to ripeq the guavas and grapes Beaujean went to Melbourne Beach, last can correctly protray every varying

t dwelling built on !1i8. place in north o f bat, the rain spoils! the figs every time. Sunday in the launch, Jessie B., to spend

|f HI hilob.: This makes ihree new houses i Mr. White has a good crop of figs every the day with Capt. R. W. Beaujean. emotion, as the "soul" of the Ludwig.

:4. 1 ;put up in the past few months. We all year. He has the large white ones and Among the Melbourneites who left for: a

.,: .S r like to see Shiloh buildup Let the the l large and small)) purple ones and they pleasure trip to Miami Tuesday were Mr. bY'F s

!; ** jgood work go on, are all delicious. .Pawpaws are also very and,Mrs. John M. Ferguson, Miss Lillian Sold

,r i fine now and there are a few mangoes intown Ferguson, Mrs. Laura Adams Mrs. C. A.
gzt ; this year. Horton and Miss Elizabeth Williams. Indian River .
t | i Very.few took in the excntsion to Miami 1
.- from Cocoa. It has caused more laughs and dried Many of our Melbourneites enjoy camping -
more tears, wiped diseases and at Melbourne Beach during the "good
Miss D. Neil,a sister of E. Leon Neil,is away
driven away more fears than any other old summer time. Among the last Music House
I =. visiting.friends in Cocoa. medicine in the world. Hoi lister's Rocky week's visitors were Mesdames M. F.

Dr. L. T. Daniel is having a vacation. Mountain Tea. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Martin and Laura Adams, who seemed to <

mong relatives in Georgia.Mr. Ask your druggist. enjoy their outing. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA f fI

.- W. R. Sanders, 61 Indianola, was ,
Quarterly Meeting
investigating the mountains of Colorado Eau Oallie New. Note
4aat week. The third 'quarterly meeting of the I I
4 Melbourne, Eau Gallie, Georgians and Mrs K. L Dodge, formerly of West i
1 .. i Miss Alma Martin, of Melbourne, was
r -6t City Point Methodist churches will be Virginia, has purchased from her broth.
4 he guest Mrs Hibbs, of Rockledge
for several daYLMrs. held Sunday, July 29th, at City Point. e/-in-law, Mr. W. H. H. Gleason, the

Preaching the morning at 10:30 o'clock corner lot on Pineapple avenue, overlooking JAMES PEITCHABD, President. W.M.BROWN,Vice-Praident
Lonrcey was the guest of her sis and in the afternoon. Rev. L S. Rader, the beautiful Indian river, andas WINSTON BRANNING. Cashier

'$er, Mrs. C. J. Schoonmaker last week D. D., of Miami, will preach and administer soon as Mr. Gleason returns from the

I on tne way to Miami. the holy communion. north she will have him build modern, INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.

= 8. S. Jones, one of our popular merchants Basket dinner on the grounds Everybody residence on the lot, including private

has been having trials of his own within reach invited to fill their waterworks and electric lights. The COUNTY DEPOSITORY.:

with the toothache this week. lunch baskets and come for the day. house is to be finished by the time of the Authorized Capital____________$100,000.00
The A. M. E. Baptists had a conven- arrival of the military school from Kentucky Paid np Capital_______________$ 25000.00
"ion here last week. About 70 brethern EAU GALLIK. as it has, been engaged by some of Average Deposits._________200000.00

t .and sisters were in attendance. Summer weather and showers. the faculty. This improvement will be TRANSACTS A

welcomed by all Eau Gallie people, as General Banking Business
Mrs Green and Miss L. Nichols, oSharpee : Thoa. Sumter took a spin to Miami this
Mrs. Dodge has many friends in that little
were visiting our express agent, week.C. Largest and Oldest
where she has been the
city, spending
Jdiaa Grace Nichols, on Saturday.
1 G. Redstone has set out a large patchof past several winters with relatives there. Bank on the River. ,,

'e : Mr. C. Segui, the dairyman, was the sweet potatoes.The Later on Mrs. Dodge and sister, Mrs. Exchange Bought and Sold on All ? ;: #
fortunate: one who secured Capt. Schoonmaker's Foreign Countries.
ti addition to the Harrison cottageon W. H. H. Gleason, will build a.Catholic
-. Victor talking machine. Patronage appreciated. Prompt service,
the bluff is almost completed.E. chapel honor of their conversion to polite treatment and every favor consistent i
Miss Lottie Cook, of St. Augustine, i with conservative -''=' *'{
F. Hatch has built a canvas covered this church, Mr. Gleason donating the banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS ;
4 spent a week with Miss Flossie Taylor. lot. : '
canoe. It is a beauty and fastC.
r very
She leaves on Thursday for her home. Empire Trust Company, N. Y.. Florida
G. Redstone has completed the addition Bank A Trust Company,JacksonvilleFla.
Mr. Ramsey surprised his wife and sister -
to biB home on Houston street.J. .
N ? on Sunday by coming over on a visit. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.J. .
? ? e He was night operator here sometime B. Jones, of Horti, has his launch in ,
tack. the hands of Capt. Rogero, being overlanled. .
t .
The dance at the opera house on Thursday H. B. fACE.
night was a success. The weather E. B. Arnold, of Malabar, has just completed

vas warm, but everyone seemed to enjoy installing his new motor in his A ,. JOHN R. WALKER & CO.,
? themselves. ishboat. It is a twin screw.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Grimes moved into An engine has been shipped from Cos- N

ttheir home on Thursday. They have Cob, Conn., for the Wells' launch now Titusville Fla.,

!shad the house remodeled and added to, lying at Hodgson's boat yard.

and with their own gas plant and water'Works The Sebastian Fish company carried DRY GOODS
have one of the most comfortable
away two launches this week. They IN
.ix in section. ,
>mea our
built and
were completed in Eau Gallie.

LOTUS. The launch Big Six is being overhauledand -.f

ri "Mr. David Ramsey was in Cocoa Saturday rebuilt in Eau Gallie. This is the rEfsl ; 4rCLOTHING
shopping. essel 1 in which the tank exploded last ,
j week. Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers,
'' 'Mr. E. R. Provost several -
spent days of '
y Ales, Stout Etc.
this week in Eau Gallie. The iron roof of Pinewood Lodge,!the GENTS' FURNISHINGS.

;J Miss Nellie Owens, of Georgiana, was a residence of Mr. and Mrs J.E. M. Hotlg- TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDASSLSend 1

-suest of Mrs. Walker last week. !eon, has been much improved by a coat me your orders
of red roof paint.
i Mr. S. A. Osteen left Tuesday afternoon SHOES
tL for Miami. He will return Saturday. Albert Mathers has contracted withC. )

. *i if Lawton Geiger left Saturday for Vero, H. Casper, of Tropic, for a new 25.foot

1 'where he will teach the public school.We auncb. The motor is already on hand.
The vessel will be last. MILLINERY
are rejoicing that so few mosquitoes -

r' of l1 have put in their appearance here Wm. Dodge, of Jacksonville, will erecta ,

'." R tiiis season. fine residence in Eau Gallie shortly.

r Mr. E. R. Provost is making extensive The house will be lighted with electric FURNITDRE.

'u dmprovementsonhis place occupied bvI. light and be first class in every respect.

't, .! F. Geiger. The above noted in Times Union of
., 's Sunday !last.
: \' ;"" Miss Via Geiger left Tuesday for Rock- .-

,. hedge, where she will be the guest of ors The Lizzie was out for a spin on Sunday .
,. -J. N. Chalker. last with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hodg. /' We want your patronage.Our .

Mi. Pendarvia. returned Saturday from wn, Miss Georgia Spiller, Mr. L. A. Peek ffi I aim is to please YOU.

j, lUandarin, where he had been visiting and Mica Bessie Hodgson,with J. Kingan
,. Ilia daughter Hodgson at the helm. The launch has FIRE INSURANCE w.l New, Up-to-Date Goods in every
nearly obliterated the sailboat in Ean
Mr. R. B.. Stewart of Brantley, and Line.
Gallie. There is not more than six sailboats ABSTRACTS
::14. Ragan of Banyan, were visiting Mr.
left in the fleet Mail orders receive
0 prompt and
r$. A. Oeteen last week

: .MiH.Elma Geiger returned Saturday N. B. Truth, St Paul, June 31st, '08.- REAL ESTATEAccident careful attention.

s 1 'from Gainesville, where she has been attending I've lived so long, I remember well when Policies Issued
r .a the State Normal.. She reports a the Miaawippi was a brook. My good .

; pleasant time, .having met 135 teachers later'a health and Rocky long Mountain life came by Tea.taking 35 cents.Hol- MORGAN & WALTON JOHN R. WALKER &: CO. Titaille Fli

;. Jfrom diIeIID& pW of the Itate.i Ask your druggist Titusville, Fla. _

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