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:
August 3, 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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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:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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


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sterling silver $2 50 would be the
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Drew make.
.fil : home from Michigan ins day or so. Mrs Eugene B. Romfh of Miami ,
a son. -
Mr. line sold
. ; Paul Pockett his'fiahinglaunch ,
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ttr: all times stock send as price for them, Monday only 149.
YS fAt a complete ,
lt ? to the, Peninsular,Rah,company. -orders ,Mrs:F. M. Taylor\and Master Wilson Also the same in men's 28-inch at the Mr. Homer Gonkling spent a part of
, ( M1-Maiy'arrnthere, of.THE STAB your. .every pair guaranteed.We Taylor are visiting with friends on Banana above price. Sunday and Monday at Melbourne. andEan ?
? 1t pay express.. charges on afloat. of -
f: ? ra* .force, has been quite!ill.' We hope.soon town orders river for a few days. Berkley's English longcloth, one of the Gallic. '',;; 3

2 1b to see her op and about again PENNEY & BRANNING, The:FJ.E. C. railway carpenter gang has best cloths on the market for underwear, Mr. A. Froscherhad a new, wind mill .N-

.!&* .' 'The full 'collection of McKinley sheet Up-to-Date Clothiers and Furnishers, been .making ,some necessary ,repairs' 12 yards for $1.49. I erected on his place just northwest. of the ,

;;; .).:music on sale 'at 'Indian River Music "Titusville, Fla. about the.station this week. Ladies' black hose, the well known town limits this week. .

r". ;: :'B, tree;. bend for catalogue. ., Capt. Rameey is building an additionto Onyx brand guaranteed not to fade theyare Capt. Pritchard's fine residence looks

Ii l. :Mrs.'Simons, and Mia Bell sister and :Will Mather Broke His Collar Bone the fish horse occupied by Mr. L. W. put up to sell three pairs for one dollar resplendent in its new coat of paint.

4 Duren from Wdlburn 3oolittle, extending the same several feet Monday you may have three pairsfor Mr. Maier handled the brush.
1r ,niece of,Mr;G _F. ; : Mr. Will MaUiera: bad a very severe -
are visit of with fall : while toward the city dock. 70 cents. We return thanks to Mrs. L. A, Mac
*ifJ 'g.., en joying ft, sometime last night :from his bicycle
-4,44. < Mr;,Daren and fiunily. scorching on Washington avenue 'near Mrs. E. M. Godfrey, from Nathan; Banana Indian Head linen, 44 inches wide, already kenrie, of"Bright8ideBanana river for

, Bright moonlight, nights have broken line's store, by colliding with a dog, river, arrived this week and is shrank, splendid for dresses or some very fine guavas, the first of the sea. '
"o drawn work at 18 cents yard.
x : into.the\"arrangements of the fishermen fracturing his collar bone in three places. spending a few weeks with her friend per son. t
+ Special prices in linen table damask.
t' -Wi- ..__ and big catches' will.not be expected on. The accident will probably lay him up Mrs. Dr. B.'R. Wilson. White Marsellaise bed spreads extra Dr. E. H. Armstrong, the eye specialist t

r d Vie; til.sometime next*week. for several weeks.- This should be a ,Miss Kate Stewart gave a water party of Jacksonville, filled his appoint
V large size worth $1.75 at $1.19.
;f Bev. J. B. Oa k'w1I fill his regular warning to others who Ire in the habit of last Fridry night and entertained sixteen Ginghams, for children's dresses meat at this place Wednesday and yes ==
indulging in fast wheel riding. of her friends on a launch ride. Mrs. specially terday afternoon left for Cocoa.
::1Fbappointment at City Point Sunday, Aug.
; '. good for school dresses, light and
Eao Gallic Harry Wilson chaperoned the party. Several of the family of Dr.A. A. Stew. Jart
: y ,5th, at 10:30 a. mi and at at dark patterns, checks, plaids and stripes
The Diamond Found
I'k } .i _7:30 p. m., 'Everyone cordially invited to Bing "The kind your grandfather used" almost any color you could wish, new are on the sick list; Mrs. Stewart and '

k1 x',' the services. The diamond ring advertised in THE and he was of rare judgment. Profit by and fresh from the mills, I am positive her daughter, Miss Zandie also the doctor -
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: -- STAB last week which was lost by Mr."H. his experience and use Old I. W. Har himself, have been ill with fever.
Mrs.. !*, A. Brady and little son Park that later in the fall you will pay more
,: 'i i" bant expect to leave tomorrow for'Bos Watton of Clifton' while in town the per whiskey. Sold by R. L. Motlow. andF. for the same goods, special 12} cents per Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gardner expect to

y"aton' i : stopping over_for a part ef a day in first part of last week, was found by one A. Losley. leave this afternoon for Gaston Alabama/)

i( -i Jacksonville.:her old home., Mrs.'Brady of our oldest and most highly respected If you want a bicycle tire that will yard.White linen specially good for skirtsor where they will probably spend about six

,i expect_ to be.away two orthree, months. colored women, Aunt Rhoda Walstine. wear and give you perfect satisfaction, suits 34 inches wide worth 40 cents weeks visiting with relatives of Mrs. -
Last Mr. and Mrs. H. Walton
Saturday '
,; Write for particulars> and price of the were. in town and came into THK STAB buy a Continental tire, sold by Indian per yard Monday only 16 cents. Gardner. t., .t

f. ; .\ Jubilee self heating iron., 'Irons S hours River Music House Fully guaranteed, If you are looking for some lawn for a The stockade at Delespine caught firei.
office anxious
.. to ascertain if the
< '1.1'i-' ifor. 5,cents. Saves time, labor and mono lost ring very had shown Mr. Walton equal to Hartford or Goodrich. dress or for a waist or kimona, we have last Thursday and was burned up. The '

:', : 'ey.: Address A. L. Norwood, Box. 123: valued the ring even beyond up. its worth ash Miss Jimmie China left for Macon any quantity remnants on the counter, convicts were then transferred to the side
r'' 'i'TiiQlYjl sub-agent for ,Brevard'county. was a present from his wife and it is Monday much to the regret of her Titus- you can buy them at most any price. camp near Sharpes, as the stockade will
villa friends and particularly so to severalof We also have remnants of embroideryyou probably not be rebuilt.
r \ "i' Mr. ker, of Daytona, who has parcband alsoa:; valuable one-containing five real #
; }, ; the plumbing business and repair diamonds. .. our young men. We hope she will can buy at a great reduction. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. ,McCoy, of Sunbeam i

$ -r1, "ebop from Mr Stevens, has moved his No word had been received as then of visit\..Titusville again this coming winter We still have about 50 pairs of slightly expect to leave this Friday afternoon I
J seaaon. shop worn shoes in both misses' and children's )-
for a of three months in the
the building on Washington stay
;- ebop to Gray its being found and they returned home.
Messrs. Fred and George Scobie will sizes, which you may have at 50 north, stopping over in Jacksonville with
: avenue, which rise formerly occupied About 4 p. m. that afternoon the ring was
.r ; convert their yawl Merle S. into a and 75 cents pair if can find rT
pow. you your Mrs..McCoy's father until Sunday.
'. .' ;byMr.:. Reynolds: reported found at THK STAB,office by Mr. *
er boat. The mils and span wilt' been o- size
:,-.i-1!:,: We understand that Mr. J. 'R' Walker L. A. Brady to whom Aunt.Rhoda bad tirely, dispensed with and a 9-borse power JULIUS KLINE Mrs. G. M. Robbins, Masters Rufus, "

i (: .has rented'the. cottage just south of his handed the ring for safe keeping.It Knox two cycle motor installed. Capt. Titusville, Fla. Richard and George and Baby Douglas e

,;- w.. home place to Mrs. Baisdenand daughter was found the next day after it was P. Nelson has taken the contract to make Telephone No. 8. expect to leave next week for Washing.

:1'i> ; of Atlanta; for the coming winter. lost and was picked np on the sidewalk this change. ton. Ga., where they will visit! with Mrs. r

:0'\. : -These, ladies occupied the Episcopal.rec between Motlow's saloon and Robbins'law St. Lucie County' Suit at Law Robbins' sister Mrs. G. T. Anthony, fora
hi. Mrs. W. L. and of
; { ,;,;: .tor' last $eason. and thia makee their office. Aunt Rhoda knew it was a Hnghlett daughters, couple of months. ,
Cocoa Messrs. W. R. Hardee, K. B. Rauler-
the north
were on
spent in Titosville.'A valuable ring but did not know whom passengers
: season Mr. H. J. Brown former resident of
bound Monday for Atlantic Beach wheretht'Y son, county commissioners of St. Lncie a
has been made in the the owner could be until the ad. appeared Titusville writes follows from South te
slight change are spending a couple of weeks at county, were in Titusville for two days us as *
iT. of teachers for the Titusville public in this paper last Friday.She Carolina where'he is successful truck
: : corps the Hotel which has become the first part of the week to appear before a *
:.: ;;,., school. Misa Helen Miller takes the position will receive a reward of twenty dollars the fashionable Continental summer resort of not on. Judge Jones in answer to the provisional grower and shipper: "Although many *

" :...t. .i' of first assistant and Miss Sophie cash which Mr. Watton'authorized ly Florida but for several adjoining injunction asked for by R. R. Ricon, et changes have taken place since I lived in

, :, { :I Banskett will be in charge of the intermediate the editor of THE STAR to offer for the states al, of Jensen to prevent the jail being your section, I still love to hear from you

,department instead of Miss Ella same. built at Fort Pierce until an election has all and look as eagerly for the arrival of

Singleton and Miss McAllister. Bectory Bepaired Oxen For SaleI been held to establish the county seat. THE STAB aa I ever did."

:J Writing to Tilt STAB from Newton, have a good yoke of young oxen and It is alleged that the contract has been The 14.months old daughter Mr. and '
The carpenters have about completedtheir for sale. For write .
a particulars
'i, Mr. M. C. Salmon of Rockledge wagon let for an amount in of what the i
..J. Mass.. work on the repairs to the Episcopal to G. W. SMITH, excess Mrs. W. E. Goldsmith, of Fort Tierce,
: : "We have been among the hills of law allows. There being a dispute as to died
",? says rectory. The sills sere nearly all re Vero, Fla. Wednesday night following an ill.
old Vermont for the past six weeks, and newed and the interior: wall supportingthe the amount that would be raided in two ness of several weeks with eczema. Mr.

l are now. in Newton, visiting our friend, stairway was in very bad condition Presented With a Ring years to meet the contract, Judge Jones and Mrs. Goldsmith brought their baby 4f

Miss L. M. Powe, who is showidg us the part of the way up above the floor. There was a genuine surprise in store has appointed Mr. John Henry to go to here for treatment and were stopping ,'

'. = interesting things in and around New porches with hipped roofs have Monday for Judge Penney who was en Fort Pierce and secure the correct infor. with the family of Mr. and Mrs. John '

,-... n." replaced the old a -reofed porches, the: route that day from Fort Pierce to Allan mation requsite for the adjudication of R. Walker. The burial occurred yester

k 3."' .. Hon. Frank Clark, congressman from front verandah' renewed entirely, some I tat where he will engage in the practiceof the question raised. Mr. Henry will day afternoon from Mr. Walker's residence ,,

:;:':<..:',' "" the second: congressional district has new blinds were needed and various other' law and expects to make that his probably go to Fort Pierce sometime next Rev W. F. Shoemaker officiating '

{.; .:). been honored with the appointment as little repairs have been made. With home. week for this information. SenatorF. and interment made in LaGrange ceme

r ,', member.of the committee of reception, painting now the building will be in near- As the train stopped here for a few M. Hudson, F. L. Hemmings and Jas. tery. 'J

:e' which will be held in New York in honor ly as good shape as when new. minutes ,the judge stepped out on the Andrews appeared as attorneys for St.

'>:. of Hon. Wm. J. Bryan upon his returnfrom' It must be remembered that this building platform to bid goodbye to some of his Lucie county; Messrs. G. )Robbins and Pine Bather Inactive u
r ; R. E. Bray for the plaintiffs, Ricou et al. Pines sold easier last week in New York
: s ,Europe. Mr. Clark has accepted has stood for.about eighteen years and friends. Here he was met by several .

: the appointment. had very little attention for the past members of the Titusville Camp, Wood because of the low price of peaches. Re- y
', Notice ceipts are liberal for this timeof the =
twelve years.It men of the World, who, through their year. a
', '" Dr Wilson Appointed County Judge was erected, we believe/ by Mr. spokesman Mr. John R. Walker (who Whereas, there Is an ordinance of the The fruit is rather poor much of it being r l ,

:, .:.;; Dr B. R. Wilson, one of the oldest res. Larkin, the .same contractor who built made a short, but to the point, presentation town ning at of large Titusville of horses prohibiting and mules the at night run, wasty. The bulk of the shipments sad

,':: idents of Titusville and of Brevard county the Grand View hotel and good material speech) presented the judge with a therefore, the owners of such stock are are from South Florida, with a limited

< has been appointed county judge of was put in the structure or it would have handsome ring-Judge Penney havingbeen hereby notified that they must obey the supply from Porto Rico. Repacked pines ,

-;:: Brevard county by Governor N. B. Brow. been in much consul commander of this camp until ordinance under penalty of arrest and from Havana are selling as well as any in i
worse shape today.
marshal is instructed
fine and hereby
the market. There is a general demandfor
. .. ard to. fill the vacancy caused by the The Ladies' Guild of the Episcopal he recently decided upon leaving Ti- to arrest the owners of all such stock

;'," .,: resignation of Hou. A. D. Penney. church will spend several hundred dollarsin tusville, when that responsible positionfell found at large at night and they will be 24s. The smaller sizes are not much
,','. )0'l. wanted and they sell! slowly at sacrifice. i
.. putting toe building in really first class to Mr. Harry Wilson. dealt with according to law. )H
.\ '- FURNITURE, condition. After Judge Penney had recovered B. 1:. WILSOX, Mayor. The 4& are as low as $1.25 a box. There .

DRY GOODS somewhat from his surprise he managedto are a great many small pines around.
_','<': NOTIONS Fish House Struck LightningThe
f by The trade ha.1 no particular use for
his thanks for the this
; '. ,} EDISON and SPECIAL MID-SUMMER PRICESIn express ring; by
fish house of the Florida East Smooth Cayennes and Abbakasand these
7; DRY BATTERIES time the train had started to move onward
'. SHOES and Xline'a Genta' Furnishing and and he hastily climbed aboard. Coast Fish company, at Stuart, was struck varieties are hard to move.Veterinary t

HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS., by lightning about 5:20 o'clock on the afternoon d' t
,Chat. A. Gardner, 'Phone: Clothing Department Surgeon s
,_ Forfeits Posted of the 28th, and the building seton .

1 Clothing at almost any price. They The forfeits were posted this week, in fire. W. E. French, veterinary dentist and : j
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; # Orap Wraps have got their walking papers and they; surgeon, of Daytona, Fla., contemplates
Miami, for the six round glove contest A number of citizens organized a
!/ .We have bought a car of PERFECTION must go. Will take just what we can get and succeeded in making a professional trip down the east
between Joe Fieding of that city and brigade extinguishingthe
'j 'oraoge ,wraps and they are unsurpassed for them as we must make room for oar coast during August. Watch for dates.:
and the is low. Andy Freedlund, of Boynton the same fire and preventing what threatened
:': ,. in quality, price very fall goods. v .
--Write as for quotations before placing to take place at the auditorium on the a serious blaze as the building was near Call at Titusvilie Livery at rear of t

; jour order. If you will get our quotation Our men's trousers will go the same I night of August 16th. It is likely one or the store of Stanley Kitching and other Robbins' law office, for stylish rigs. <

;' .' we will get your order. way.Remember I two preliminary boxing matches and a structures.But Leave your orders: for hauling, both dou
'_ 'i t EAST. COAST' LCMBRB &SUPPLY Coy I will look for yon Monday : ble and single. J. )1. Osban, proprietor.FOB .
: .' : Eau Gallie, Fla.NUSalsT wrestling bout will be pulled off on the little damage was done the house,
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''. come Monday Tuesday will .
",,'',:,,'.'"-'" .. you same evening, in the event of which the though some valuable fish nets were ruined SALE CHEAP rOB CASH. f t

:; STOCK FOB BALK. do. will and exciting entailing quite a I loss. 4
:0 Jruus KUXE, program prove interesting About 83 acres of good high land on --
<_=: Citrus Stock rrown on high pine land. Florida to the lovers of the mit and matDraying the east or ocean eide of the Indian river tat
k : .1. ': ]adieu Him Noned**, established 1886. SAIL LOFT AND GUN REPAIR SHOP the Narrows, described as follows: Lot j

C'ry. &ad for catalogae, Toledo>> and Vest Telephone No. 8. Yacht sails and launch awnings made No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section ,.

Film. Boca FU.. Draping or hauling of all kinds prompt. up in first class style, mildew proofed if 36, in township 31 south, range 39 east. ,
<: The Cleveland Light ly attended to. Meets all trains. Stove desired. Also guns stocked and shot This land is unimproved but finely lo '

Yo then Gives perfect satisfaction. For sale by wood, for sale at all times. guns rebored. cated. For further particulars addresiE. 1 _

vit.. .' The Te,{cottage furnished at $16.00 C. Collins. Call and see them. H. E. HOLTOX, HENRY BESECKE, M. Low,

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_'fBr':1.;;,'.':""i, ;i :T .,..tiiMit" "" "hOlD'" .A' -Rain That Wat. a)::Rain. dating back to June' 1888, :at which saw etat ;

'i-i-t.'. .;;;} -i< "ff.V"i f-i'3. 1 t"," .yon- 0'received->" bribe/Times. to- If ."old man 'Noah" :had been 'to time: he organized the first military A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND and the HOST FIB- 'J'
; .
s.. J.w...{-, :!. =dsif brlags'more deftnlte':information Ocala PELT LIVER MEDICINE KNOWN. Do net fill your system 'f
would have been Rest""Pint
..,;.i! on Sunday,. company in Key i
j' with Calomel Arsenic Quinine. HEU1KE$ "
segsc ltig'tbii:,importantjmatter.and or a guaranteed -
made to feel ashamed of himself., He
cure for all diseases produced ? UTS8
ft t1t'a:;: there;are'good reasons" for"bellevlnIth'e would 'have confessed- t that he'had Drainage District" and IMPURE BLOOD. It will cure MARIA without leaning .;

& (" ." story absolutely trUe, although never,beore'seen such a rain that'Is, ,The "First Drainage District as any of the deadly effects of many drugs used for that ....
> .
: .(i/lfl ,: it fa not yet known.1rhat'quantities purpose. One bottle purchased today mar save you froma 1'-
> a real rain; compared with which the designated by the Drainage Board, is sick spell tomorrow. Quickly cures Bilificxntst Coaitipation -
1 of itwilibe:; developed. : ;
tjl "flood'" Itself'was a'small affair. The about 150 miles in length north and Dyspepsia, Malaria, Chilli, and aU Um ,
The discovery of-.the': oil and coal
> "oldest inhabitant" says'' there was south,'by'90 In' width east and westIt Complaints Used and recommended by the medical pro' 1
; by- was made'by:.Miss Stella:,.Teller. a sis fusion generally
never before anything like it in the embraces practically about one-fifth
'l1r ter'of Senator Teller,' of Colorado a A PROMINENT
.. annals of Florida, where rains have of. Osceola County half of D Soto PHYSICIAN'S .
:lii lady who" has alreadymade'fame and
,.,. 'Jo".i. been 'for all time apart of its most five-sixths, Lee and St. Lucie and all ENDORSEMENT a.
; fortune 'by her oil ,discoveries inI
.g- ; -J > valued. and .cherished, traditions. It of Monroe and Dade. It is roughly Dr. A. J. Hannah, a leading physician of UmatSa
Texas, and_who has,been quietly prospecting'in Fla.. says: "I have been using Herbine to my praytics j
:Ci$ : this section, of"' Florida.for was what .the "old timers call a,root estimated to contain (exclusive of and am well pleased with the results. I always

t 1 it.t some:'time, and she has announced "s rcher!" The rain came down in Lake Okeechobee, stated at 1,200 keep some on hand and think it a grand, medians .'If.

J sheets and torrents the streets miles) about seven million for Biliousness and Liver Complaints."
!i : ,;., that, at last her Judgment has been and square

*: v rlfted. ,by the discovery; of ,oil oh of the city presented the appearanceof acres. Of this the State holds titleto large Bottle, 50c Avoid AU SuMhitM .

raging rivers., Foot passage was about three million acre; the
$. Anna Maria Key this being located

W' on the,south.side':;
\ the coal deposit' is on the other side. the rains had ceased :vehicles had to acres which is exempt from drainagetax St. Louis U. S. A.

Miss Teller has 'the very blest off be stationed, : the crossings to ferry and the remainder belongs to

credentials, and .her work in.'locating pedestrians across the streets to the large and small land owners who will

oil in Texas is well known.. Shehas: sidewalks. It was, a rain right, and be compelled to pay drainage tax if

s: announced that the coal, and. oil exist verifies what we have all along said- the swamp is drained under the pres SOLD .AND RECOMMENDED BY

'".".; 4: on the key in large quantities, and also that Florida never does things by ent plans. The total cost of drainage RED CROSS Pfll&IiCT, TITUSTILLG, and EAU GILLIE mUlCT, EAU QALLIE

$ .- that she has- discovered oil on the halves: As a rain-producer she heads is roughly estimated at from $5,000, .

M ,- ,. mainland of Florida. ',The news of the list (000\) to $8OOO.OOO.-Lakeland News.

this discovery will be highly interest Southern Railway.

ing to the people of this city as manyof Why Fret and Worry Summer Diarrhoea ia Children

t them 'own property on the key, and when your child has a severe coldYon During the hot weather of the summer EFFKCTIVE!: APR. 6., DOe a0.30 j

need not fear pneumonia or other pal; months the first unnatural i looseness of achild's \ Xo.34.
will doubt:hasten to, see if they No. 29 Nti.xt
no Between J k III
ole .ony e and Nr York. '
monary diseases. Keep supplied with bowels should have immediate Daily Daily.905a. '. Y. :! n.:1,.

are among "those .fortunate enough to Ballard'a Horehound Syrup-a positive attention eo as to check the disease before 755 p'== Lv Jacksonville, Fla..._.._So. By. Ar. t'iOO a','..=,8 ii

possess land with oil wells upon it cure fut colds, *cough* whooping cough it becomes serious. All that is necessary 1215 a,....--. 120 P Lv.Savaniuh,Ga.__________Sa! Ky. Ar. a ___.___ p
The people with whom Miss Teller and bronchitis. Mrs.: Hall" of Sioux ;is a few doses of Chamberlain's 9 55 a.1= 1033 P Ar.Charlotte X. a_________So. By. Lv. 9$0 J\\.....:.:::.::1'.9 s4 a
Falls, S. D writes: "I have used your Colic: Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy .________
has come"In contact her, 6 S8 a950a Ar. Richmond, Va sp. Hy. Lv. 1210 p:_.__._ ll3 p
during prospecting wonderful Ballard's Horehound, Syrup, followed by a dose of castor oil to cleanse Ar. Washington D. C..__-____So. By Lv. 1031...I---_______ 150 P'
tour'are very much impressed on my children for five years.: Its results I the system. Rev. :\1. O. Stockland, pas- 642p-----------1132 a Ar. B-iItimore, Md.,._._____P. K. R Lv. 6 U a'--, ___ a 23 po
with her and'her ability to locate the have been wonderful." Sold by Red tor of the first M. E. church, Little Falls, 145p415p Ar. Philadelphia, Pa._ __ -__P. R. B Lv. I 3 M s,!______- 344p

; 'oil and coal properties, and they seem Cross Pharmacy. Minn., wiitee: "We have used Chamberlain's -- Ar. New York. N. Y.-P. R. B Lv., 1210a35p- '. L !
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea .
:. to feel. satisfied hat the discoveries A Generous Gift. Remedy: for several years and find it a Nos. 33 and 34:-'Xew York and Florida Express." Daily Pullman Drawing.
Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York.
are genuine ones. (Jacksonville Metropolis.) \alnable remedy, especially for
< very Nos. 29 and "Washington and Florida Limited." Daily Pullman Dewing Boon
: The generosity of W. W. Cummer is summer disorders in children. Sold by Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York
all druggists and medicine dealers.Mr. .
s Frightfully Horned a matter', well known to the people oi No. 30Daily. Na 2y

Jj Chas. W. Moore, a machinist of Ford this city, even if his modesty pre John M. Lee for the : Through"The Land'of the Sky." !!I Ikily.75Sp .
manager '
City, Pa., had his hand, frightfully burned vents him from giving publicity to it. Jacksonville, Fla.,__--___________---___--___________ So. Ey. Ar. i100a
in an electrical furnace: He applied Lee Parsons Cattle Company, deliv- 1215 a Lv. Savannah Ga.,_,__.?-...________________________ So. &.1. Ar. 45093S a
': Bncklen's Arnica Salve' with the usual His benevolence and kindness often ered to Mr. Howard Lykes, of Tampa. 600 a Ar. Columbia, S. C.,--_________.__________________________..So. Ry. Lv. 115 a
,result: "a quick, and pefwt cure." are made known through other chan 150 pAr. Asheville N.O,-______________ -____..__...-_._______.So. By. Lv. .15 P
Greatest healer) on earth for burns, gores on Monday 468 head of fine beef cattle 237 pAr. Hot Springs. N.O.------_.._____.._______________So. By. Lv. 1215 a
wounds and' 25 cents ; nels, however." The latest act comes I for shipment to Cuba. The cattle 6 o0 pAr. Knoxville, Tenn.,...__.._...._________________________So. R y. Lv. : a
eczema<< piles. at through the Gainesville Sun, which S 1S 1\ Ar Cincinnati. Ohio,.___________________________________.Q. 4 C.. Lv. 8 Up ;;
Red Cross Pharmacy were drlYen from the Lee Parsons

contains the following: ranch at Southport and delivered here. :Nos.29 and 30-Pullman Drawing Room and Buffet Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and
r R. commissionerof St. Louis, daily.
ti KEY WEST EXTENSION. "W. Steckert land
s .. Mr. Lykes chartered a special

?{ ." Florida ,East.Coast Railway Is Progressing the Cummer Lumber Company for haul the cattle from here to Port No. 13 etweeu Jacksonville and the North aDd We.t. !So. 11 j743p I '
the past few years, is a happy man: )
where will be loaded
Tampa, they on 1.------
a I .. Rapidly. and he has a right to be. -----_ Lv. Jacksonville So. 50 &''..--_-' 4
.t .' the boat They were shipped Tues- __.____ 250 a Ar. Macon. ISo. By-------------------__ 211 ....___
(Miami Metropolis.) "Mr. Steckert was summoned a dayor day morning and it required twelve --___ 520 a Ar. Atlanta, So. .__._.._.__.._______________.Lv'' 11 pf ......
'I< I Activity at the terminal dock still two ago to Jacksonville by his firm, ------- 945 a Ar. Chattanooga, So. .___________________________ 030 pi-' .
cattle cars to hold them.-Kissimmee ----.._- 740 P Ar Cincinnati, Queen &Cre _________________ 830 al'___-__ ,
e 1 keeps up from day to day and new as is frequently the case on business.He Valley Gazette. == -iiip Lv.Cincinnati. Big Four ---________________ 710a710 '== i

i boats are being added to the already responded to the summons, and put =::.___ a Ar. ('hivago, Big Four Iute___=_::-=_.::..:..:::u-Lv. ,8 30 p----! . .
"; *' : large fleet now in use between 'Miami in his appearance in due time in the -- ----=, fiat P Lv.('inc nnati. Penu. Liues.-____ __ __-At. 1'643 i t. .
{' : and the extension camps. office of 'the Cummer Company. When KILLTHECOUCH _-_---I' 710 a A r. Ch'l1'8go. I.enD. L. ______________________L';' 840 p.,I i

',j i Agents of the Florida East Coast the business had been attended to and AND CURE THE LUNCS -__-__-_-_.I 1'j.t j.j.I

Railway Company are now seeking he was in the act of leaving the place.W. :==, 943 L\.l'incinnati. C. 11. & D.-Ych. 00 a =::::'" '!

J"' used W. Cummer called him, handed _______, 520 PI Ar. Toledo, .II. & D.- Ich.! CtnLr.,7, io !'I-___M
small boats to be as dispatch
WITH Ar. Detroit. C.H. & D-Mieh.
Dr. 725 .I 00
: > ,
him a small piece of paper with the King'sNew :.:::.::: -- Ij-! ===
.boats, etc., between the different keys. :..-----; S 30 Lv. C'inc'innati' P\'UD. Lint's..._______ ___' Ar. a a'___
i remark that he had been a faithfuland 555 PI Ar.Pittsburg I'enn. Lint's__ ___ ._ .1.1 I 161j
The concrete mixers' are steadily :=::::' :::::.:. :.:.:: -- : Pi::::=:
efficient representative of the Discovery .....- 930 p Lv. 'inciunati Bg! ______________--________, Ar. I 650 a .
N growing towards completion and will Cummer interests everywhere at all =_-_-. 645a 'r.CleIa.nd.. Biic .' ______--_,___.--_____-- --_!- y 30 pL, i
be ready by the time they will be ___ I
Price 103a.IS10pi 1
times and her desired Mr. Steckert to
needed. FOR CONSUMPTION 50c&$1.00 |
One large boathouse' is completedand receive that 'modest' present as a Free Trial. _____J : Ar.St. Louis. So. Ky.-_--___--__--____________ -Lv. 1010 p._____ ;

token of their for himself and l
e regard Nos. 13 and 14-'The Florida Limited." Daily Solid Vestibule Train Through
lies at the north end of the dock Surest and Quicked Cure for all
his efforts. Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati. .
and will come up to the requirements THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES -- =-=-__. __.: __ __ ..... 1
Steckert Is the
"Mr. responsible for MONEY BACKThe
of the men in every respect. Boats statement that he 'liked to have or 50.5 '50.131! BetWten JacJu ondJle.Dd KlAn... CItJ'. Np14 o.e

are running to and' irom the camps dropped dead' when he noted that the -_------ 745 p'' Lv. Jacksonville Fla. Ho. _____________________, M -
daily, and it is thought a great deal ,_______ 520 a t! Ar. Atlanta, (fa., So. Ry__________________.._.1.1. f' ___
.5 check was for five thousand dollars.He a: Ar. Birmingham!: Ala.. 80. Ry__________________-___.Lv. P __
more work will be accomplished this is appreciative. however and will Moill'alvable Set of Yacht and BottBuilding : ------ 805 Pi Ar. Memphis. Tt'nn., Frisco------------------------Lv. 81S a _._

summer than was anticipated when remember. the 'small' present which Books ever Pubtisked. ______.1 940 a: Ar. Kansas City. )10.. Frisco______::::.:: n--u---,.Ly. JI 830 ___

t. the enormous exodus of laborers took his employer thought enough of him RUDDER Nos. 13 and 14-"The Florida Limited." Daily.

a place in the spring of the year. to give with compliments. HOW-TO BOOKS EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE.J. .

C.Lt'SK DUIrk-t Passenger Agent. 1OM West Bay !
Jacksonville to this port week ---- 9treet.Jacho..Uct'LI.
Don't Ke Blue Over joco boats have been butt! from the lines C.H.ACKKKT.O.M. W. 1I.TAVLOE.G. P. A.
New barges are being brought from printed in these books-Successfully sailed in S. Il.UAKDMUCK.r.T.M. BIt00KSMORGAN.A.6.I'.4.THE .
and los all interest when hel|" is within every clime and upon every sea-Full detail
by the tug Sybil and taken from here reach Heroine will make that liver drawing; of all parts showing what it is and - - -' ---
how to make it-Text extremely simple
to the scene of operations. A large perform ils-diilies: pfOl't"r1y.| J. II Vaughn,
: "Being a i-onstfnt
t amount of lumber is kept at the dock <
K foot wov r.ttxat Lurk,e.i'y to huild (ram. all Is! lID
sufferer from constipation and a disordered '1I'e.pwd .., ..;;Wool In a buy tu learn the buuncM io.
at all Umes'ready for immediate use. liver, I hifOil nil Heibineto t be the HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA

Ranges urns and other cooking utensils Kst medicine, for these tioubles on the fine boat for afternoon ..:Ilnlr or knorkioit about b
w>ml *v r l',.hfrn r-fctWul*hrivver built;nap ores
market. I have used it I l
rnnsiantly. believe THE MOTOR THAT
at are stored under the shed await- riK; full pour and p sW.r.of cvuptted! Lasts
it to he the 11mt'iicw'. of its
kind, and I wish all sufferer. from these Most fncravfol raring marhioe e'er desillaed; a P"11
appearances trouble to know the I..I<'J Ilerhine has winner in, Atuemm,A.ia and Aottralia; ....., to build; ....*
101111I wu is reason why cannot have
a satisfactorymotor
'. dune me. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy.
work of completing the road to Key
. Simple and pratwal.rhosing bow constroct IftUfid outfit. Let us demonstrate The Bridgeport to you
West is progressing fast possible .
as as
ball tor use*"H anllUuto. trtrverotter planHOW
Setting Kim Ki
;; convince that there
and is at least reliable
,, in all its branches. : .< (jiu I'i1.rIWben Markley TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT we you one
A fine all' around cmUin; boat, '
Y leut me that $10 i think I aalhr; iuiubit toe kha.iuw ..t.... good cabin.acellea gasoline motor built. The more severe your work, the

_. .. Children In Pain you remark that you wondered whenI HOW TO BUILD.. A SHOAL.. DRAUGHT SLOOP more anxious we are to have you own a Bridgeport, the
A cklittle .a.t, tth tuoJera over&4C2 an f
; (. never cry aa do children who are suffering would pay aim back. > I smart a.d plaa. simplest, most reliable and durable motor on the market.
: 4' from hunger. Such is the cause of Kamlor N'o; you're mistaken. HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE

>., all babies who cry and are treated for Borroushs-Oh. I guess not! Io begio Euy 1I'It to.i.addever.thmd.traibt;C&I1".built'eloheap"eItUeroIoop;jut the erftft or for cat a ng buj

sick 'f-t!, when they really are suffering Kandor-Yes. you are. I didn't say HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHTA So Valves No Cams Xo (;fan

from hunger. This ia caused from their "when," but Mif.-Philadelphia! Press. complete description of bow to build.model;aiO llaMlal
..' food hot beingiinilated but devoured lilll witrd ia cad og taare4.PRICE Easy to Operate
; by worms. A few dosea of White's Cream
't Vermifuge will cause them to cease crying Her Lore. $1. EACH Working Parts: Quie Accessible
and begin to thrive at once. Clara-Is your love for him growingany "EPAID BV CXPMCSS ANYWHCMC

a trial. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy.DASTOZgjSAa less? Bound in cloth-Gold Jetterin?-Siie of pag PIlL
t Maud-Oh. no. 9 by u inches-Large,ciearly-drawn plans.! S THE MOTOR

t; ( i "But he complains that you are THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. For Those Who Must Be SatisfiedF.

;i t: Bantle MI tel Nlathals_ colder." 9 MURRAY STRUT New YORK, U. S. A

.f "Well you see I now love him somuch surd portal for Catalog of Books
forYuktsman't X. HITCHCOCK & CO., Agents
.:. acrI more than I did that I have to Library.

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-f .$4IMt.eInait"P..'A."MeKg accordingly is.not to be given the same ,: *. j."' !R --}' J< ,'.
"-f"; miu (lark.taxscarpsE[ .W,Hall, .glace M lieenaacolo>lcl.. credit'as if:,written"from dWaterested < t-i !l. t, ":;;: "" ': '- =} ; .
.\It t" .Cueollector;John Henry.Tlta -t motives. -. Dr.-Fierce' medicines. however '.-:",,:;''W.10. '. ,' ".-> "',
,. ; ,, vide'ttesearvJ;.R.,Wftlker.TitasTille, 'There.wiU lJ>3''the anal cropjof Jap-! ; form a sf1Jlehetefore striking =-ftit_'I 1;: ": ; f!:;

.':' wriBtendCTtft/peblic intraetioa; J.O. aueee sugarane own atDeIAiidthisyear exception UK this r le.". TheirS to 4 .
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L the confidence of.invalid does rest ...,: .,:THwille not '
eo nty urTeyor J. P. It iII -.. >
;< i> 1tt' )" ..'..ntotvill*, !'...--":...,_; gallons of syrup,'5inade ,from It .It raise. Their ingredients are matters of. t"a/IJ./ It >.' .' ; ;-":' *'; -Y
public knowledge, being printed on each, f: 4 'T' 'e'

I COUNTYCOHM1S8IONEBS.-B .,Conk- .f makes- 'aJtwattUfuljtproduct, ,and.''sells- separate bottle wrapper..' Thus invalid & ? Jf \ .', ;. ,
1ID&Ti11mu chairman,. ;FA.."Mor n,'.Tltosrille mucnjis that. .. made from! the.' sufferers are taken into Dr-P18ft8'S foil: t i .J' Jr .tt '
.Scores of medical J'1'J.
J : ; ;Job*-L-Mint, :IIIdIuo1aJ.F.: "! confidence. leading ( -fjt 'tt
3.. ?a ..iWooten.Cocoa4TJ.Cockshott" LaGranfe, otd'aUrircari,. ',n....>ii. : i&rle&. ..'-"Del and .Record ,- men have written enough to fill volumesin : .' l- ',... ..:::J... .
J' *" the ,Value of:the '= ; .
"' 'Begnter,:aewioiMar. *, ,held.first. Monday vThomas pralse'ot curative ; ::i-Ji. .!;'. ,'-
, -';"m"f.t: "< ?'Mck momth.' .' < several ingredients; entering into .these : : .
well-known medicines- > : :_! r" '
: 0 .
., Creemis
ot Aycock, agedI
; ;.: 'Amongst'these writers we find inch JDe K

*iTBIS'OPBBWS.' .. twelve yean,' .-"ai' accidentally .ahot. of kal Bennet lights as,Medical Pro Finlejr College Bliiurwood.: Chicago:M.Prot Du ,

F.. t-> 'I' ... and Killed .WedDeaday--mointng' by Hale,of the same city;'Plot John M. Scu -
S : der.')l Du late of Cincinnati. Ohio; Prot .
j ,# James'.Kent:'seventeen, years .of,ageFhecbuge'from John King M. V. late of Cincinnati.. Ohio;
i IN FAIR? FLORIDA Dr. Grower Coe. of New York: Dr. Bartho-
; a twelve-gauge shot.. Iow-of Jefferson Medical College, of Pa, '
gun penetrated the face and neck of and scores of others equally eminent U6 i
; .
.. Dr.Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures l ,
.I "f
'Hut_ Is Being Done ,Toiirds thePesinsnla De the hoy, bringing almost instant death.A ausanteverslon.ud the worst eases of female retroTentan weakness.and corrects proltp-

I tile' 'coroner's jury' brought. in..:a verdict: irrerolarities.cures &1Dfuller1odl. dries up
nlopmelt'or t '
disagreeable and weakening drains sometimes r
of accidental death. known as pelvic catarrh and a multi
: % I Two additionai. rural free 'deliveryroutes tude of other diseases peculiar to women
: : ,Shipments (cigars from Tampa forthe Bear in mind, it is not a patent nor even a
a '
i) arebefng'establlsIiedaoni: the 0 .. secret medicine, but the?Favorite Prescription "-
-''Gainesville week ending Ju1T'14'wer :4, ? ,- of a regularly educated physician of f
postoWce.f large experience in the cure of woman's
000.. !Prev1ously'reported" shipmentsfor peculiar ailments who.frankly and confidingly
\\Y "A> handsome: church : takes his patients Into his full -. V ,
,,;edifice of artificial the prese.d't year'were 127,860,000. conScience _
by telling them Just what his *Prescription ti'i
gtone is soon; to be erected bythe' Total shipments from January 1 to "Is composed of. Of DO other med1. : u'yLri
(f.V : tine put up for woman's special maladiesand
A :?, ; :Methodists. of.Lakeland July 14, 'this;: year were 1S2.425.000. sold through druggists, can it to'said .-
""""'I'. .AA.\\.. i ,, that the maker is not afraid to deal thus _
..A.committee- has.been appointed by Total .shipments',for:the.same periodof frankly; openly and honorably, by letting .
every patient using the same.know exactly. ,
1tf the, Council of. Orlando' to Investigate last year were 111,380,000' The 'Increase what she is taking.

";;%' :: snd,report on the feasibility of paving :in 'shipments, for this year up Pierce(Sick women by letter are free invited All to consult correspondence Dr. f .A line that meets all demands '; = }_':

f ,, t.;! .portion:0 of the ,streets of that city.; to July 14 :was,21,055,000. cigars. womanly is guarded confidences, as sacredly, are protected'secret and by both as to quality and price .. ,*" .,.
; ;:. ',J.-.M. Graham, building secretary off Don't- Grumble' professional privacy. Address Dr. R.V. : -
; Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. Price x
Selling from $450 -
the Young Men's Christian Association when your joints ache and yon suffer from How to preserve health and beauty is to$850 ;

:1"ft,1 i.1orlda. is meeting with success in rheumatism Buy a ,bottle ,of Ballard's told in Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
: Snow Liniment and get'instant relief. A Adviser. It is /r v For a papercovered Full sent
tft it-< canvass for funds for a $50,000 Y.i'fi' copy send Dr. B. V. Pierce Buffalo particulars on application
positive cure for rheumatism burns cnts
; N. Y 21 one-cent stamps to cover
s :31.:.C building In Tampa. .
: contracted muscles, sore chest, etc., Mr.J. mailing only; in cloth binding 31 stamps.
Council has .. T. Bogy, a', prominent merchant at Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure constipation.
?; City of, Miami
I" / Willow :.Point, Texas, says that he finds INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE TITOSYILLE t.
passed an ordinance making It unlaw- Ballard's Snow ''Liniment the teat all ,

y'w fill for any person under eighteen round liniment ever used. Sold by ,Easily Explained. ,
Boatman-That 'ere gent wanted'to .
I. : ',,, years.of,age to, drive hacks and other Red Croea Pharmacy. know if my boats would capsize easily.

*:s vehicles for hire within the ,city lim Local fishermen state that never before Wonder' what 'e wanted to know fer? E. L., BRADY & BRO.,

S its. The. fine for violation is $50.x Bili Bralny-Carn't yer see? T3sgot
; have salt water trout been so numerous >
W .! 'thousand his muvver-in-lawr wlv *lmJ Groceries Grain and all Food Products.
% Fully three people from in the'bay as at present, and Sketchy Bits. Hay,
Ji;; >r'. portions of Columbia Bradford and
It is a daily occurrence' to see great We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapea'Fertilizers. We deal exclnsifel l
:' .j Alachua Counties .attended a:barbecue strings of these favorite fish brought The intense itching characteristic of in the above lines of goods, and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prlcea OB

.' ?!4, given by the cotton growers and fann salt rheum and eczema is instantly allayed Grain and all Groceries,delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY BRO.Trrusnujc,ru.s.J.NORTON9I. 4
i J. inn One of the largest, catches of the by applying Chamberlain's Salve.AI .
. : of the section It .is estimated
::r"" era
< Reason was made yesterday morning a cure for skin diseases this salve is

g/: '. :that there' was enough food left over. at Bears Cut by Captain Sam Finder nn(' nl\led. For sale by all druggist, and

to fed five thousand persons. medicine dealers:
::-....",.- .' who landed an. even seventy pounds __ I ga

Governor Broward. has appointed *f, trout In less than one hour., 'with Poor Memory. Staple and Fancy Groceries > prance of alp I1d9e

!;E";::,"". James .Weeks Sheriff of. Clay, Countyto rod. and t reel. This is fishing msome. Aunt <(to a frii'udh-Ye+.'y:>u ctu bj. ,

: J-i' fill the vacancy caused by the death .-Miami Metropolis Here 'me. I was once a pretty, :tux VEGETABLES A SPECI.I1LTTl1usV1Ue. Y,

i::'; of Sheriff Carlos Wilson who 'was much sought after girl wasn't 1. Max? i i Florida

I";'.. killed last,week by a negro he was attempting Stomach Troubles and Constipation Relative (much perplexed-I-I can't .
rightly remember Just now. Amelia.
r- : "- to arrest Mr. Weeks wad No one' can reasonbly hope for good Wiener Witzblatt.

: '. formerly Sheriff of Clay County, and digestion when thebowels are constpavni.! WHITEHALL, PORTLAND CEMENT -

, Mr. Clias.'Baldwin,'of Edwardsville, III.,
'poi. says "I suffered from chronic constipation EAST COAST

';.'. anion.A and stomach troubles" ( several
. ....
G. r. DUIEI.Alllt, 500 Barrels will be received in the next
;;. The gentlemen interested in the proposed years but thanks to Chamllerlain'sStomach ,
\. :><". railway, across. the country have Why and not Liver get Tablets a package am of almost these cured.tablets 60 days. Costs a little more than other cement

;' : decided that gasoline is impracticable and get well and stay well? Price 25 cents. Florida and but is better.

," For sale by druggists and medicine ,
;:;; as a motive power for freight and will

.'.-V.-'f.,. equip the road with and for steam. dealers. Westernheats EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,

; ., This will necessitate amending of I Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material.
.... Great excitement prevails in Jack
"i'S '' the*franchises in DeLand and Day Eau Gallie, Florida.
sonville over a search lor buried treas
'. ;< toOL The above-Is the latest railroad
: ure. An old'negro by the name of --
" ., news-:-DeLand News. 'N.l1 of all Kinds
." Hammond has in his possession, and

>-: o There will be quite a crop of the has had for many years a chart locating ______. "

.:. ': -',' guava fruit in, the county this year. the spot where this treasure TiTUsviLLE, I FLORID.
,. bush is sensitive to I
The guava very
: lies burled. He showed his chart to I
: < cold but the mild winters for two LOW RATES
: ,
J. B. MillS and C. M. Lee and formeda ,
.. years have permitted the boshes to
co-partnership, and search for the
grow and fruit Back in the 70's and
-< treasure' is being vigorously prose VIASOUTHERN
:_ early 80's crops of this fruit were
cuted. Thev have a donkey engine
: : grown in Volusia every summer, a
equipped with and several men
'{,. : great per cent of it being converted RAILWAY
: laboring with shovels, and have got
h' into jelly and marmalade.-Volusia
: ten far enough along with the work to f' : County Record. tpTfitUtJ tnrn.

zS-: The Commissioners have Oxea the strike with sounding rods,what is sup Tickets sold daily, limited Oct. 31, 1900.

posed to be the buried bullion. C/1 1 f\ Saratoga Springs, N. Y.,
q- total County tax rate for DeSoto Coun $O Xv/ aodretarn.
: Tickets sold daily, limited Oct. 31, 1006.
:;,:..' ty for this year at 18 mills, which is 2
HELP IS OFFEREDTO Lake George, N. Yee and
:;; S mills,less than last year's rate. But 'w 55.95 return.
-'f;. to this must be aded 3 mills for all ex- Tickets sold daily limited Oct. 31, 1006. l'1 I
'" ..s We earnestly request all young persons, iOO Qf\ Washington, D. C.. and ;
;. cept, one of the twenty school sub- no matter how limited their means or i&6jJ retnrn. .

.5;; : ."!" districts The Commissioners raised education who wish to obtain a thorough Sold Sept July 8.27. 30, 31,limited Aug. 8. Extension If

of business, training and a gOOtIIitiun.| to ,
: the tai valuation on many pieces R.CSt.. Paul, or Minneapolis.
: write bv first mail for our great half rate $33 )[lnn..aDd return.
that big Nocatee *
:} property, notably on ,
ofler. limited 31. Extension
Sold Aug. 10. 11. 12. Aug.
.' '_ orange grove, which is raised from Success, i independence and probable Sept. 30, 1900.

"' ;-?-. .. -. '$9,500 to $15.000.-Punta Gorda Her- fortune are guaranteed. Don't delay $48.95 Niagara Falls, :N. Y., and
Write today. retnrn.
'.. ; .'-'el. THE. Ga.-Ala. Brs COLLEGE, Tickets sold daily, limited Oct. 31. 1006.

f:' Will Johnson a 'young man well Macon, Ga.Young's djCQ OA turn nto, Canada and re- r '...
_L .. ; .,/ known in Bartow as driver of the express -- Tickets sold daily, limited Oct. 31, 1906.

:. arrested in, Jacksonville Atlantic City, N. J., and
: :: wagon was $44.75 return.

::... : last' Saturday morning, Female College Tickets sold daily, limited Oct. 31 1
;, ;; charged with stealing a package containing <*lJCO PL//6.17 I C/K Newport. B. I., and return ,'I R h

!, .: $100 from the Express Com THOMASVILLE GA. Tickets sold daily,limited Oct. 31, 1900. I r k

S-."' pany. ,The police department notified Hlct: ., CurricuJum AQT fCl Wamhtngton. D. C- and r
Fifteen Specialists in Faculty uO f .V/Vy return.
.' she Wiggins of the arrest, and he Broad Degree and Certificate Course Tickets on sale daily,limited Oct. 31, 1906.

ii.. S gent to .Jacksonville and brought Mew Music Hutlding and Exprawlon M wly Furnished
:.', back to Bartowon Sunday. Steam Heat,Electric Light
Johnson Fool Tickets sold July 9, to 11; limited Aug. 23
: Johnson denied the charge Bowling Alley 1906.
t Young .
3'": .< .against him when first arrested, but Trained IB BOOM one aDd Physical Culture Director $46.05 tnrn.Chicago, Ill., and re- For sale by the

,: 'sold :adults It, .the proof being con On sale daily limited Oct. 31, 1900. I i

clusive. The facts are that he received BEST CHRISTIAN HUME INFLUENCES $33.fCMinneapolis return. Minnn and INDIAN RIVER ;
', ,. the package of money from the Address : Tickets on sale Aug. 10, 11.12, limited
President ADJ.:1. Extension Sept. 30. I
: express messenger on the train, signing
Knoxville: TennM and re-
'= a receipt for It but failed ,to deliver $16.25 tarn. MUSIC HOUSE '

:, .. .. ,. it at the office, and took his departure 3 Tickets on sale July 1. 1I. 15. limited fifteen !
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets days. Extension Sept.30. 1006.
night It
... for Jacksonville A Buy Htdioioe for Buy FwpU.Briap &QO 10 Milwaukee WI., and re- TITUSVILLE FLA. '
turn. }
in the jail
confined ;
"'. Johnson U sold olds !..1da ud Imwtd Vigor.adBaekactn. Tickets on sale Aug. 10, 11, 12, limited Aug, 'E. ,t.
\ .bare,but it Is reported that his friends A sveddc for OoaatJpatioa. Indlgertioa.u. 22, 1006. .

:{... .: in Jacksonville; will raise the, money aDd Kidney. Bad Breath Troubles Sluggish.Pimple'.gceiu Boweli, Readac'e.Impwlmood. Passenger and Ticket OfBce :
cx to 'cover the EXpreu Company's loss Its Rocky Mountain Tea to tab, 108 W.Bay St. Phone 743 :;
let form 9 cents a box. Genuine .1t1 d. 0. LT78Z J', : and: MOffehb.release,-Bartow .CourierInformant Botusra Dnro Concurs, Ha-iison, wls.GOLOE1 o

:{ ,,.. 'Ifl'GGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE District Passenger Agent !. '.<-1 .,,,

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4 TM'FLORIDA cr ...-._" z ,_ ,. 'FRIDAY, AUGUb'T'S-:

AJ0TIIiGaIAVUDERAJ0TIIiGaIAVUDER>> -" ." Another' 'Bottle'f- ". Story. "fine jctgarsV Signed-[ -T. B, ,BE!*, Bet- t

; (Times-Union..) chant, QuInCy, Fla.' .. j!

f i ft1JNQJREPORTEDPlagler! There. have been many stories published "The latter part of last week Mr. i

: : \: ,of bottles, thrown: overboard Ellis was nIT muck surprised to receive __ i

"Will MoveHote1 ContinentaftoKeyWest from vessels: at ,sea, being picked up the above sUp, together with a

: 9o' after many'on bat the following letter from the finder of it, as follows -

; from.the Gadsden County Times'Is of :. 'Mr., T. D. ElUa; Dear Sir-l
: A diapiteb'l Valdosta Ga. to the
:: rom ,
."", Savannah, News says::* more than usual'local;interest, as the herewith inclose your memorandum,
.",' ; steamer Irquols ,from which ,the hottle.mentionedwas which I found In a bottle 'June M,
+ 'Henry Ii Flsgler's scheme of building -
:;; S""f + ; ( 1906 about half miles north
and a
his road, the Florida East Coast railway thrown Is a. regularly '
i ftt !
J, ,,, of Oraoni Fla. on the beach.. Very
; .
( ,1 } across: _string of keys to Key West scheduled steamer to and from

I >> is Dot the only:monster undertaking that this,port: truly, Milo McNealIt /
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"= ':.-': _: : he has planned. The other baa'to do "On August 28, 1904. Mr. T. D. Ells, / will be noticed that nearly twor
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.. oJ",?...;,,.:;,....;..".":":,wi lI'tIZ ; ; with one of the great hotels, the Continental while a passenger on the steamer Ira years: has elapsed since Mr. Ella _
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_'r' .:'"..c; .. are'.'''.t, four. stories high with verandas' put the following note .in a bottle and It is about 500 miles from the _

,wr g..-.?fe,"t<;S;,S3: 'Ji 2L'vvIjtA--'iwiparfe'order_ : I'' -*1t:. and promenades nearly half mile threw it to"the sad waves. The. note place of starting the bottle until itwas I
.',t.r. ona.5't : king, and said to contain 3,000 ,rocking read as follows: picked up at Ormond.
.. *.;*'--"?.>.' and i ; : 'S. S. 28 Ellis hasp written to Mr. Me-
'',' l" bojBCst IroQuois, Sunday, August "Mr.
,. .
J$7. ::- Beach to Key West on barges.
_7.! ;,. :: v ; : I ; 1904, Off Coast North Carolina.:" Neal, at Ormond and if he hears from
Tc: q Nowtthat the : I "It is said that the big hotel has never..
F :: pr I Finder returning this slip to T. D. Ellis him he will gladly send him the box
been a paying proposition, and Mr. Flag
iti :spend for Ii Quincy Fla., will receive a box of of cigars."
.. ler baa decided: that he will move it to

.S are enticing' .him'1! some point where profits may be more .',

J', ':f. about bears. and. certain.: 'The plan,is to cut the hotel half : .r

k,,*-' *,t ..-Last- year- : into and place each half upon barges con Many Persons Have Catarrh of Kidneys, ,

strutted for the Then these are
. y him on.a_free.pose. purpose.
: to be towed to Key West about as the ,
-'i1. tie game and that l Or Catarrh of Bladder and Don't Know It.
,. dry dock Dewey, was towed acmes to Ma- ,
ftq dolble : .
- """ .. nila. It is said that several large, hotels

e and boarding houses are on barges down President Newhof and War:
When Mr.
below Miami, and the men who are atwork I
Correspondent Richards Were
'or leaders preee i on the east coast extension board at II I
Promptly Cured By Pe-ru-na.j
s against the nepu !i i them. The idea of moving the Continental jj j

.: Roosevelt, the to Key West without tearing the I II

't,, 4 erable.heat that_ i building to pieces grew out of this, it is I Albany Mr.C.,B.N.Newhof Y., President, 10 Delamare Montefiore street,I : '
u .beedpgidiy>> said: Club, writes: : iI: !
"A }
gentleman who is close to Ir.o'la -
... i "Since my advanced age / find thatI j ;
I concerting to now ler, and who may be said to be on the in- hive been frequently troubled with .

' .Roosevelt thai side in the East Coast's plans said recentlythat urinary ailments. The bladder seemed t (
o .. .... Irritated and physician said that It
:;; when the Continental closes this sea- my i _
,is to be enforced.
was catarrh caused by M protractedcold ?
.' .of son, which will be very soon, the big ho- : :?; ..
d'ered, but; '! which would be difficult to overcome -
". 5I : : : tel will not open again until its doors are on account ot my advanced years.
ident: opened to tourists who alight at Key /took Peruna, hardly daring to believe : <,: s':

::5t ,, ., West on their to Cuba." that I would be helped, but I found to
,ii: Attorney-General way my relief that I soon began to mend.
< Story Kntirelr Absurd The Irritation gradually subsided and
forced to admit ;; the difficulties j I
"'.. urinary passed away
'' ". tention. thai all : A reporter of the Jacksonville Metropolis have enjoyed excellent health now for
;r S on teeing the item and not believingit the past seven months. I enjoy my.meals.
rfed'ej iov
./1. the l
k still thought it was worth investigating sleep soundly, and am as wet n ir .
the trusts and as I was twenty years ago. 1 give all
: ,
1--: and on calling at the general officesof .. : .
praise to Peruna. C. B. Newhof.
fl :';-" to 1904Wil1,j, the East Coast railway in that city was
J ::Q) IY informed on the highest authority that Suffered From Catarrh of Kidneys,

that jiTdRe Pafker.i ; the story was aosurd, and the officials Threatened With Nervous Collapse,

< 4 could give no reason for its conception, Cured by Pe-ru-na.
p; sliU Jertb as'w except that the man who sent the "item"to Mr. F.B.Richards,609 E Street,!!.W.,

: other charge,that ) l the Sews was a pipe dreamer. Washington, D.C., War Correspondent,

contributing to the writes: "Exactly six years ago I was
ordered to Cuba as staff correspondent of
From Fertile Florida
_: 1904, which, .has a ; the New York Sun. I was in charge of a
ed> Grapefruit trees around Palmetto are Sun boat the Dispatch through; Spanish
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" &<.;' doing exceptionally well. American War. The effect of the trop-

,The PrSident'f At Fredonia potatoes and other small ical climate and the nervous strain \
- ) I ; showed plainly on my return to the i
for rain.
jag Taft to'make plants are. suffering
tl'I states. Lassitude, depression to the
I About of have been
publicans "get ; 75,000 crates pines verge of melancholia, and incessant

such,a, dismal. : : shipped from Stuart this season. kidney trouble made me practically an

Ralph Parri h, of Parrish, is puttingout invalid. This undesirable condition
? loss to know,who to I .
that continued,despite the best of treatment.
a very nice grapefruit grove at
liar errand. If Finally a brother newspaper manwholike ,

would keep,the place. myselt had served in the war, in. Suffered From Catarrh of Bladder.
Grapes are ripening very fast at Eau duced me to give a faithful trial to
W y the 'and kidney remedies without getting the
state speak
Gallie and some varieties are ready fur Peruna. 1 did so. In a short time the
desired results, la the
Peruna onlTremedy
who is market. lassitude left
Cummins me,my kidneys resumed a
was really of any benefit
publican machine Quite a few fancy pines are being shipped healty condition, and a complete cure to me. I have not had a trace of kidney
was effected. I cannot too
Iowa factional from Punta Gorda and bringing good recommend Feruna to those suffering trouble nor a cold in my system."

't to the satisfaction prices. 0 with kidney trouble. Today I am able Pe-ru-na Contains No Narcotics.

; ----- The last peaches left Winter Haven to work as hard as at any time in my One reason why Peruna hu found permanent -

\'.: The express last week. The crop has been unusually life, and the examiner for a leading insurance use in so many home li that U
contains no narcotics of any kind. Pe
good this : company pronounced me an
complicated tangle year. "A risk." runs is perfectly harmless. It can b*

they haY, been The Anburndale Grange crop is not so used any length of time without acquir-
In Poor Health Over four Years.
large as last year, but the trees are more ing a drug habit. Peruna does not produce -
<- that they have Pe-ru-na Only Remedy of Real Benefit.
rapidly developing.Dania temporary resulU. It I* per
: state: Commerce Mr. John Nimmo, 215 Lippincott St., manent in IU effect.

sion of time in pineapple growers are busy clear Toronto, Can., a prominent merchant of It has no bad effect upon the system
I ing their land. Most all of them are in- that city and also a member of the and gradually eliminate catarrh by removing -

schedules for pllbliL' creasing their acreage. Masonic order,writes: the cause of catarrh. There area

law. As the The new'cannery at Gainesville is having "I have been in poor health generally ,,I multitude of homes where PerunA hu

been charging trouble filling its orders because of its for over four years. When I caught a'' been used off and on for twenty yean.
bad cold last winter It settled in the Such a thing could Vt t* possible if
large run of business.
bear" in most. bladder and kidneys, causing serious I'ernna contained any drugs of a ZU]>
than it would bear Florida' honey is quite an item on the trouble. I took two greatly advertu- i colic nature. 1.

Chattahoochee river steamer .
you now have an .. .
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boat recently carried 60 barrels.
more just charges
commission Starke has no dull season. The strawberry Western & Atlantic Railroadand ,

... and the cotton season one in the ;

{ Advice to spring and one in the fall-keep things the-
moving here all the year around.
Aft 4 "Young men
.F .' says Senator Platt. Senator Taliaferro is receiving the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway

I thanks of the orange growers throughout
'N;. all right if the ,
the state for securing an appropriation of
: of Republican i for the the
15,000 investigation by agri- DIXIE FLYER ROUTEOffers
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rotten to the 1 cultural department of the white fly. .

Arthur Green, a successful berry grow- best service to St. Louis and Chicago and points West and Northwest.
politics to inves '& : erJn the Heilbron Spring section, near

ties and vote- Bradford, says he already has out 50,000' Shortest Route, Quickest Time ,

1 the result of his I strawberry plants that are doing well and

men especially intends to keep setting plants until he Train leaves Jacksonville at 9 p. m., running solid to Atlanta Through Palace
; has seven acres. Day coach to Nashville.
: politics, for it is Pullman Drawing Room Buffet Sleeping cars through from Jacksonville to St.

today that the Weekly Weather Report. Louis and Jacksonville to Chicago. Solid vestibule train from Jacksonville to At-
i lanta, Atlanta to Nashville and Nashville to St. Louis.
I li: will rest T.8.DEPARTMENT or BUREAU.AGBICCLTUBE WEATHES Ask for tickets via Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis railway.Leave .

of today will be, in
: JCPITEK FLA..July 31. 1906. Jacksonville, 9:00 p. m. J'
Jf of this;peat '
: Comparative statement of temperatures J.eatanta: 9:35 p. m. ..;:
ator, or' con rainfall for the week ending Tuesday Leave Chattanooga, 1:15 p. m. '".'. .
1906 1905 Arrive Nashville 6:55 p. m. :, *
L'' \ state. What would DATE. MAX. SCI*. If AX. KIK Leave Nashville, 8:00: p. m. f
.men of the country 23. 88 75 86 78 Arrive: Martin, 12:05 p. m. '
26. 8S 76 88
79 Arrive St. Louis!, 7:30 a. m.
:: Young men should I u" 28.27. 90 91 72 71 88 88 77 76 Leave Nashville, 8:00 p. m.

eo-+ 1ed 29. 88 75 89 77 Arrive Chicago, 9:30 p. m.

that,, Platt and \ "- 31.30. 86 89 72 75: 93 92 75 72 Questions! cheerfully answered.For .

J-'f'< -" stand for, Total rainfall for the week. 3.54 inches. further information, rates, etc., call on or write to
Departure rainfall for the week plus 2.41
? beneftc|.protected ches. COLE DANLEY
Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st plus
: _; should knees iby. inch. Florida Passenger Agent
great- per oast
Official in Charge. 212 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE FLA.

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':.'.;;..<'...",.gtie. 'agiI1. ... Franciaco'Aifanp, :' for'"the '!, ,May the'. =tcqualm- wMDot k'non." After nil identity. .became ,
Young ladies contemplating entering the College this Fall should write at once. 4j ?
= .k'fi:9fWW rd Wallace.. ;. me'ltaI-, dace result in 'heavy known surprise cea -d. -.. .
Wm\b 'irieci'ar- ., growth for dormitory'room.. Session begins Wednesday, ,September ,28, and:continues, M*:
; special 1 will
QA a _term .ofCttTcirciBlt.Ckmrt. of rich/;thick :glossy hair! : : Holmes, who pay a stiff price .,
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eight months. t .
; .. for,his bond with the same nonchalance : :r C'.
ifij\"' -1; ';: __ '',, + ',\si ',' v .. 3,, Use 'this Splendid :l llr food, that..an_. ordinary- citizen would order a For catalogue and detailed information write to / } f

;> ... ".ar_. Fredwr. ; of'Tampa, was asThursday A. A. President. jot
:" >1a1J1,1 Barnard'abooktatore. stop your falling hair, and;get giaii 'of night In S
> ,' rid \of:.your daadruf.- store, is none other than the principal > .
Olk".Stlee ,by:(: ,
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Section 39. The annual salarj of. the
rPalatk colored school thePalatka
= 'e
The best of afaetimotatil"Sold says ,
,;, '$-Hmabrexa.discharged 1f' patrol-- kind ". NOTICE ELECTION judges of each of the Criminal Courts of Record >
for orer'sixty year*. News. He lean educated negro now, or hereafter to be established shall =:

};'t.ff6TJ.., At the 'request: ,of the ,Mayor, 7faae. bJ.o.Lrr eo..La.o1L..... (beat .appearance, and, when' not engaged be paid quarterly by the county where such {
.,' noi-arrest 'g. 'made.' .u.o. .oaMe..n o11AtSArARALfi[" court is established and shall be as follows: ill
*. in teaching; runs a barber shop for
'if :, ; WHEBEAS The Legislature of 1905, under In counties of less than fifteen thousand population .
.",:; "f'i: ; ;'A:new'State organization seeking a colored. people., He is evidently a* man the Constitution of 1885- f the State of one thousand dollars} in counties of
f.1tlIf ,PfiCTOlAL. of Florida, did five Joint Resolutions from fifteen thousand to twenty-five thousand
i charter lithe: Currie Investment Com frugal habits and thrifty pass pro-
c posing amendments to the Constitution of the population, fifteen hundred dollars; in counties r
sh. w3
jS ;:Deny 'of West Palm .Beach, .with a When bis country needed money to State of Florida;and the same were agreed of from twenty-five thousand to thirty-
build the Panama like of three-fourths of all the members five thousand population, two thousand dollars t
( canal, a patriotic to by a vote
.* tE capital,of $50000. The incorporators elected to each House; that thb vote on said ;and in counties of more than thirty-five t 3
THERE .lS''RQOll citizen,:.Holmes came to ita rescue by offering thousand population, twenty-five hundred
/are'George G. .Currie,..Frank W. Chap- Joint Resolutions were entered upon their
to loan $104,123, call it an even respective Journals with yeas and nays dollars hereby repealing any and all part
I:1-if"'izn and T. M. Rickards, Jr. and of the said Constitution in
: < and thereon and they'did determine and direct part conflict
$100,000 take the governmenL'elongt
; ':- FOR IMPROVEMENT $that the said Joint Resolutions be submitted I I Ito herewith.
t ?e,Koreshan'Unity, of Estero, Lee lne ,noted at 2 per l'ent--a: lower,rate of the electors of the State at the General Approved Jane 6,1905.ARTICLE .

4 e':i County, *held, ', fa convention, In Fort ,, interest,than usually -satisfies the'average Election in November. 1906. XXXI.
.1.=$' ; 'Mersaast' Tuesday and organized arnetr BUtch Reports Condition of the ConYictCamps Palatka capitalist. Only a patriot or a I NOW.,,Secretary THEREFORE of State I. H.of CLAY the 'State CRAWFORD of That the following amendments to ArticleV

:f,, : political party to he known as in.Bade man with more money in his pants'than Florida, do hereby give notice that a of the Constitution of the State of Florida, .
> CountyHon. relative to the Judiciary Department to be \
.,1 : ; be knows what do with could be satisfied .
; the "Progressive Liberal party. TheK6reshans.also to ,GENERAL ELECTION numbered Sections 40, 41, 42, 43, 4..,45,49 and
nominated candidates Newton A. Butch' Railroad with such an investment. speaks 47 of said Article V, be and the same are t
t fI will be held in' each in Florida hereby agreed to and shall be submitted ,
Commissioner-elect, but at present a volumes for,the prosperity of Palatka and County on to }!:,State and county offices Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday in the electors of the State at the general election ,
:x ,. '. a- State prison Inspector who was sent an. entire library concerning the possibilities November,A. D., 1906, the said Tuesday be- I to be held on the first Tuesday after the

1iiThe Miami Railway Company here by Commissioner of:,Agriculture ,for the,colored race in this section, Ing the. first Monday in November, A. D,; 1906 for
ratification to-wit
or rejection,
.c x began'. the operation of its- electric McLin to Inspect the, Dade County when a colored man. engaged in the sim- 'SIXTH.DAY OF NOVEMBERfor Section 40. There shall be established in

If'S.. last Wednesday morning., The convict camp, was seen 'oy a Metrop ple profeeeional and homely tasks of the ratification or rejection of the sad the said county of Escambia shall determine, whenever the votersof aaj-!
county so a majority
I 'entire, system Is not yet completed, olis representative and the following Holmes can accumulate such a plethoraof Joint Resolutions proposing Amendments to of the votes cast, on the question any

v' butt'good service'will be put on from statement of the condition, etc., as :he wealth that he can afford to devote the Constitution of the State of Florida, viz: general election a court of record and there t

ka theTFlorfda, East 'Coast depot to the fOUnd 'them,i obtained:. even a small portion of it to such pur.poses ARTICLE XXVIII. shall be a by judge the of Governor said court and who confirmed shall be appointed by t-

;:;;"" .center of;the city.. "I found at the,camp thirty-five coioied when there are possibilities of greater That the following amendment to Article I the Senate, who shall hold his office for six
XVI of the Constitution of the State of Florida r
-iP-?: y at home. years and whose salary shall be two thousand,
'charters men, sixteen'whltemen, and four gains be and it is hereby agreed to and shall five hundred dollars a year, payable quarterly 1 x
; In 'the
i's; ; .listof announced negro women. The men are For all the News is aware there maybe be submitted to'the electors of the State at by the county of Escambia. The criminal

'i- ,yesterday are fixtures for five steamera negro .a score or more of other colored the general elect!A, to be held on the first court of record"now established in cambia
sleeping in a tent 20 by 3G feet iu size. Tuesday: after the first Mouday in NovemberA. county shall, upon the adoption of these rI
} to load.Florida. phosphate" .at Tam. They sleep on straw and'rocas sacks in Palatka with several hundred thousand D. 1906 for ratification or rejection. amendments become and be the court of record :rpa. Some of, these vessels were',originally dollars hidden away in their socks. Section 32. The Governor, the Comptroller as herein provided and all officers of such
i aLd I consider that an ,improvementshould the State Treasurer, the Attorney General criminal court of record shall be officers of
for this port, It was thought,
,. be made in these accommoda- and the Commissioner of Agriculture of such court of record and discharge the duties .
until-- the labor troubles experienced Discovered Phosphate. the State of Florida, and their successors in and receive the emoluments of such until the

office, are hereby constituted and designatedas expiration of their present term of office. -
at this port'had the effect making tions.The Tr5t. Petersburg Times.)
board of commissioners and
white men occupy a tent 16 bjLO a drainage are Section 41. The said court and judge shall
1 a change There 'are several vessels, Contractor Jacobs, who Is digging an hereby authorized and empowered to establish havi{exclusive original jurisdiction of all criminal
: feet and have practically the same a system of canals, drains. levees, dikes cases, not capital, which shall arise in Es-

how x .ver'1, ,< under. : charter: for August accommodations. The negro women artesian well at the Crystal Ice Works, and reservoirs of such dimension and depths, cambia county: and shall have in Escambia t
'if' loading 'at this ;port'with phosphateforMediterranean brought the drill as in the judgment of said board of drainage county,concurrent with the Circuit l'ourtand
:* have'tents tothemselvesk ;,1 found 78 up with on Saturday commissioners is deemed advisible to drain Circuit Judge of said county,the samo original I '

and Adriatic ports. pairs of blankets In the camp, and In morning evidences, of pebble phos- and reclaim the swamp and overflowed lands jurisdiction of all other cases and matters as ,
h -Pensacola' News. within the State of Florida or such parts or the cii CUlt court and circuit judge of said county -
I use. The general health of, 'the' in phate.. The, bed was discovered about portions thereof. is deemed best by said ,and the same power to issue writs of mandamus

..""-:4 A manatee weighing about 1,000 mates, is good, and I examined the fifty feet beneath the surface, and the board of drainage commissioners from time to injunction, quo warranto, certiorari.
time, and to provide for the irrigation of the
prohibition corpus and all writs
4 pounds was: shipped from here, by oodles, of all those men who had been location on the property of J. C. Williams lands reclaimed and to maintain such canals, and necessary to the complete exercise proper of .

t freight yesterday afternoon, consignedto whipped withr. .tlig past ten days. I has created considerable interest drains.[ levees. dikes, 'reservoirs in such their jurisdiction as the circuit court and circuit -
manner will be most advantageous to the
of said
judge the
county, except power
the Aquarium at New York. The found signs of brutality on but one, and it has been suggested that if territory so drained, the State of Florida, its aud authority to summon and empanel a

manatee was caught on the west coast and it wits only a slight flesh wound the bay; front, which is less than 300 inhabitants and the commerce thereof. grand jury.
Section 33. That the board of drainage Section 42. There shall be six of said
of Florida, south of Fort Myers, by A. i shalt'Include this fact in my official feet from the ice factory, should proveto commissioners are hereby authorized and court in each year. tears

: W. Dimock and son. As it is againstthe repor- ., be underlaid with pebble phosphate, empowered to establish drainage districts and Section. There shall be for said court a
fix the boundaries thereof the State of Flor- prosecuting attorney who shall be appointedby
laws of the State to catch a man- Discussing other conditions, Mr. the deposit might pay for the processof ida. That the board of drainage commissioners the Governor and confirmed by the Senate

atee in these waters Mr.: Dimock obtained Butch said: "The men are receiving dredging, and the city obtain its be and it is authorized and empowered and who shall hold his office for four years.
t to prepare a list or lists of all the alluvial His compensation shall be fixed by law.
> a permit from the County Commissioners sufficient food. For dinner today they much'longed for harbor at practically or swamp and overflowed taxable lands Section 41. AH offenses triable iu said court

of DeScto County. This uai beans' bacon and cornbread no expense. Several local parties within such drainage district or districts shall be prosecuted upon information under
and levy thereon an acreage tax oath to be filed by the prosecuting attorney.but
F manatee was caught by means of a plenty of each. There was some com have, examined and taken samples of not exceeding ten cents per acre per an- the grand jury of the circuit court for,said

and plaint about thefood served for break- the phosphate, and it is certain that num to be fixed annually by said board county may indict for any offense triable in
e on"a. lighter
large .net, and pat oC drainage commissioners, and the varioustax the;cou rt record. Upon the finding of suth
.towed here 'Mr. Dimock and his son fast and supper the white men ob- the matter will be thoroughly Inves assessors of the various counties embracedin indictment the circuit judge shall commit or

jecting to eating hominy. The most tigated.It part or in whole within such drainage district bail the accused for trial in the court of record -
1 have been in Florida for some time, or districts shall receive such list or lists which trial shall be upon information. c
and' ,are getting material for 'magazine or them are from the North, wherethis has developed that at the time and enter the same upon the tax rolls of the Section 45. The clerk of said court shall be

r article of food is not much' used;' two previous wells' were sunk ata the county or counties in which such lands may elected by the electors of Escambia county
stories.-Miami ,News. lie and the amount so levied by the board of and shall hold office for four years, and his
} hence the complaint. Crystal Ice Works several years ago, drainage commissioners in such manner and compensation shall be bed by Jaw, The

Ex-Mayor Wilmon Whildin has this "The law requires that tobacco traces of phosphate were found, but form as may be prescribed by the board of sheriff of cambia county shall be the executive -
disposes drainage commissioners from time to time officer of said court, and his duties and
week closed a deal whereby he shall be Issued the convicts once a it was thought at that time to be onlya which amounts shall be collected by the various feeshall be fixed by law.

of.... a large portion of his holdings week. I found that this Is not being pocket and of little value. The fur- tax collectors of the counties wherein Approved June 6,1005.AnTICLE .
such levees have been made as other taxes
at I5aytona, Beach, and at a splendid done but the superintendent assuresm ther discovery of pebble In a different are collected in accordance with law, and pay XXXII.

profit Only last fall the ex-Mayor that the requirement will be met quality of the find, so far as it has over said amounts collected to the board of That the following amendment to the l n- )

took up a large tract of wild land there in the future. The sanitation of the been, examined, appears to be a high- shall drainage have commissioners a lien superior, said to all commissioners other liens same btitution is hereby of the agreed State of to and Florida shall be be, submit and the I

and started extensive .improvements.He camp could be Improved but consid- grade pebble. The deposit is mixed upon the taxable lands in any such drainage ted to the electors of the State at the general .i
f districts to be enforced by tax levy, for the }
election in 1906 for ratification
or rejection:
cleaned 'Up and beautified ering that it Is moved about from placeto with a coarse quartz gravel, and con- cost of any work done under the provisions Section 1. Either branch of the Legislature t

& crude hammock, and-ls now reaping place, It Is difficult to establish and tains numerous pieces of bone andslark's hereof or done prior to the adoption of this at a regular session thereof may propose t -
amendment, under the provisions of an act of
amendments to this Constitution, and if the
the benefit of a good Investment. One maintain sanitation as thoroughly as
y teeth now changed to phos- the Legislature passed in 1905. same be agreed to by three-fifths of all the
'hundred'foot front lots are now selling were the camp permanent. phate. Section 34. That the board of drainage members elected to each house* such proposed
commissioners he and it is authorized to exer
amendments shall be entered their
thousand dollars each, two When asked how the general con- upon respective
for 'one cise the right of eminent domain in the condemnation Journals with the yeas and nays and
:lots having been sold yesterday at dition of the camp compared with Deafness Cannot Be Cured of land for the location of its can- shall be published in one newspaper in each I

Mr. Blitch said By local applications,as they cannot reach the als. drains, levees, dikes and reservoirs for county, where a newspaper is published, for
Mr. Whildin's man> otner county camps
this price. the aforesaid and enter
: purposes may upon '
diseased portion of the ear. There is only one one month immediately preceding the next
'friends in West Palm Beach will rejoice that It was not as good as some manyof way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional take and use such land as it may pending general election of Representatives at which
remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condemnation proceedings, deem necessary election the same shall be submitted to the
: to' learn that his investments the counties having vans, for such and in ascertaining the
P condition of the mucous lining of the purposes electors of the State for approval or rejection.
hare' proven so profitable. The ex- large wagons in which*they are quartered eostachian tube..When this tube gets inflamed compensation to be paid for such land or right If a majority of the electors voting upon
you have a rumbling sound imperfect hearing of way, benefits to be derived from such the amendments at such election shall adopt
which moved from
at his beauti- and are
Mayor is now sojourning: drainage shall be considered by the jury.
and when it ia entirely closed deafness is the amendments the same shall become a partof
:ful lake front home In this city which place to place as the convicts move. the result,and unless the inflammation can be Section 33. The iislature may provideor the Constitutiou. The proposed amendments -
taken out and this tube restored to its normal the assessment of benefits derived hv lands shall be so submitted as to enable the
in declaringthat
'a, r ia one of the Cottage City's most at- He was very emphatic condition, hearing will be destroyed forever by reason of such drainage. and the e
''tractive homes-Tropical Sun. the camp does not compare with nine cases out of ten are caused l by catarrh hereof; the proceeds therefrom shall be paidto ly.-AII amendments adopted at the election '.

yQY those known as State prison camps which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the board c.f drainage commissioners to be at which this, is Mibuiiited or heretofore
used them for such drainage
the mucous surfaces. by purposes. adopted by the electors are hereby declared a
Sheriff Turner Recovering and said: "In the State camps the inmates We will give One Hundred Dollars for any Approved May 27,190.VARTICLE: part of the Constitution from the date of the.

sleep on Iron bedsteads, mattresses case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot XXIX. adoption of the same
The, Record Is pleased to send to be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send fur Approved June 6, 11405. .
sheets and pillows; are provided free The iu with said
vote cast compliance proposed -
throughout the That Section nine ((9, of Article five (5) of
p' MrvTurner's friends F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo O. amendment lend the iltt lara-
with night shirts, and the men the Constitution of the State! of Florida land cainu-s
; that he Is on j S-Sold by druggists, 25c.HaIrs tious and returns thereof, shall I* subjected l
4 news amended read
county ,the good I bathe night before the same is hereby so as to
are made to every Family Pills are the best. t<> the same regulations and restrictions as are

the road to recoTery from the dangerous retiring. The food In these camps --- is"Section follows, viz 9. :The salary oC each Justice of provided by law for general elections in the '

'c wound received last week while the Court shall be four thousand tate of Florida. I'
consists of one pound of meat per day Supreme IX TESTIMONY WH EBEOF. I here i ,
f at Lake (fiXXi) dollars year. The salary of'each .
blind tiger
; .raiding negro cornbread, beans or garden peas ROBBINSGRAHAM Circuit Judge shall be three thousand five unto set my baud and athxed the 1
and the [L. S.] Great Seal of the State of Florid, at ;
: is healing,
'Helen. The wound other vegetables twice a week and hundred ($3 500) dollars a year"That
the foregoing amendment to Section Tallahassee, the Capital this first; j. .
w' Sheriff Is in little pain, comparatively. fresh meat once a week. The dis- 9 Article V of the Constitution is hereby day of August A. I,1906.H.CLay .

'Yery: little fever has developed and cipline of the State camps is better, i """ co., agreed to and the same shall be submitted to Secretary C'KAW of TOKU state,
'' of the State for
electors approval
the or rejection -
'his ')by ie aD, Dr. MacDiarmld says and the general conditions far aheadof at the next general election of representatives To J. P. BROWN, Sheriff Brevard County.
Paid 2500000.
(Incorporated. up Capital Titusville, Fla, Aug.3.
2 slight danger required by Section 1, Article
+ that.thereis now very the county camps as (
XVII of the Constitution. .
This landsin
z from blood poisoning. company owns Approved May 31,1905. G. D. Jackson has the finest stand
Indian River Country
A practically com- the -
wishes to sincerely Arrangements are
|Sheriff. Turner which Plant is to havea ,on the St Lncie River, ARTICLE XXX. of Japanese cane to be seen in the t i
i pleted by City
for their many
friends L
thank )his many at New River, and on Bis- central Florida. la
hotel to cost about $23- That the following amendment to Article part of It In a five-
expressions_ of sympathy, and the fifty-room cayne Bay. V of the Constitution of the State of Florida, .
- "act kindness shown him and 000. Dr. O. S. Wright, who has ample relative to the Judiciary Department, to be acre grove south of town and Is now i ia'
iftmiay" of
: In capital, has under consideration the PRICES TO, SUIT ,THE TIMES numbered Section 39 of said Article and vigorous and green, at a height of '
dor4'biD1D1uch pleasure to. the same is hereby agreed to and shall be
irt 'return:this kindness so building of the hotel, provided a com Send for landlist.OmCKSAT submitted to the electors of the State at the some six to eight feet Last fall and

| ; at least: can be organized to lease and general; election to be held on the first Tuesday winter he cut a heavy crop from this t
Volus1a ConntirBecord. pany .
1' ""GIhhJ1'readered..- after the first Monday in November, A.X1906 .
the house. ,. ratification to-wit same stand.-Leesburg Commercial
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:5':t'.,.;,':> ::|31e1egmitLbs. ...-, k" attended b7.a fox ter' ofJudge George ,A. Worley of this frequent desire to '
'{ i' tGed' In, pass it or pain in
l_ i.- .
; : cVPt bloodhrnmd '' the Dn
city and also of Worley of .SL
:: *;; ; the back is also HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
OC tttec h 8 .utom'bn .,
'$.<. ""' ; # Augustine. convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder ,
:\ \I'i"; Jnri. _.kbeftUled, creation;' .a mass ,of are.out of order. ?
The author states that in the year
: .
,' &1jfii pb&on> tacei''holding at her aide tiny *. What to Do.. '
1866'.he., went jto,' hear the new presiding Implements
:! E: ..': i cue'JWh we' ,fuzzy"coat' ; matches her There is comfort in tl *uowfedge so Agricultural
,',\ \!',: '. ,elder preach Lower .Elbert. often expressed that Dr. "3 .-.. Swamp- 1
Q.. Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills "
every '
and found him to be: a man apparently
_. \'1& :..But as i each;dog must,equal In pointsof wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the SANFORD FLORIDASPAULDING'S
about thirty-five years old and of fine back kidneys, liver, bladder and ,
.J';perfectionchi8nladyVtpiiet. t.l'tb.e' fad. every part
'irtds'fair, to find devotees, largely physique. When. lie commenced to of the urinary passage. It corrects inabilityto
I. :
.iif: ; :. hold water and scalding pain in passing
preach of the Confederate soldiers
-atn'ong the fabulous,rich. many ,
i it, or bad effects following use of liquor,
Ji < :Canine JaShifDs'ndependent' the '' who were present'at:; the time wine or beer,and overcomes that unpleasant -

',,;it! 'nlisties '. costumes are undergoing said, "He: is just like Stonewall'Jack necessity of being compelled to go often = = ='= ===' ='=:' '"i Chang ... The ,short.;'Jacket,' hitherto son,," and never In. all bis life before. during the day, and to get up many times
the The mild and the rn
I during night. extraordinary -
.-populai8 now giving way to n long that! time, and. since, has he heard effect of Swamp.Root is soon BASE BALL

w : .chat which_ protects' the chest a d.18J such a sermon preached from heartto realized. It stands the highest for its won

.t more suitable. ,to_ ,automobile:' tours.When .. heart with lasting effect He derful cures of the most distressing cases.
r y" dogs are ':'motoring they wear If you need a medicine you should have the I and Sporting Goods reDistributed
to \ ; Rhonda provided with goggles:: preaches In such a way as. to appeal best. Sold by druggists in 50c.and$1. sizes. .
to the'refined'as the uncultured You have a bottle of this .
::, In complicated .afternoon,attire. the well as to may sample
French bull 'pup- and the lordly Great and many have said that the wonderful book discoveryand I to the trade in Florida exclusively by =
a that tells M
*> Danes would:,scarcely'be'recognized by good he ,has- accomplished can never, more about it,both sent }

;f? their simplerforefathers. In whom the be computed. absolutely free by mail, I
it: ... vagaries'of the Parisian' cOstumer are Several years_ago,Mayor: John Sew- address Dr. Kilmer. & Home of SmunpKootCo. me H. & W. DREW. CO.

: ;. ,unknown. In a .well, fitting cloak .,Binghamton, N.Y. When writing mention .
fA: whose ,tint'.,rmonlzes;/with hIs mis ell was 'in Georgia' and happened to reading this generous offer in this paper.

I brace'lets' meet the Rev Mr; Worley. He told Don't make any mistake but rememberthe JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

;: ., the preacher he was from Florida and name Swamp-root Dr. Kilmer's SwamT-
Root and the address Binghamton, N. Y.,
r. ':society women'trote: along.the Champs knew his son. "Oh, yes," said Rev. on bottle.

r1. Elysees, embroidered. handkerchief! Worley, "I have a bad boy down in every hi Prices on the goods F. O. B. Jacksonville arehe

=, f!: In .a beJeweled purse attached to the Florida." Sewell related this in New York considerablein
Mayor I
" '!il- Jeaab.. Visitor-What seems to 'be th? [LI same as charged saving

But ail dogs have. not been turned into incident to Judge Worley the other* trouble, Harry! Wuy.sosad? freight.

w }t. toys by.rthe? velt1.. seeking mon- day, and like a.true brother, he said: Harry-Papa is goin' to whip mo i:t for catalogue and sell Spaulding's Line.

, dalnes, for.the Nancy Canine society 'Oh,. father meant my brother in St when he comes home. L: ::

, of Nancy :is making efforts to intro- Augustine." Visitor:' Indeed! What will yon sfv r- r rrr- C rTrsr. r rTrT T .' r- S

! ilucethem into the police system. They me to take the whipping off your
,! .1"' Already hare done good service to the hands?

; i :: authorities 'in Germany and Belgium. A Healing Gospel Harry-He ain't goin' to whip me on OF
The Rev. J. C. Warren of Sharon SEA ROUTES1E
:! but:never have held any official post pastor my hands.-Chicago News. PEN
church Belair
Baptist Ga.says
c.., 1 i"!";.,; .in. France except. the diving. dogs connected Electric Bitters:. "It'8'a Godsend to

: I','. .,,-<'it.'" with the Paris river brigades. mankind. It cured me of lame back, The Yellow Fever Germ f

...,.1f':' stiff joint, and complete physical .col has recently Iron discovered It bears a ;

J: HOPE FOR BAD BOYS. lapse. I was BO weak it took me half an I close resemblance to the malaria germ. Merchants & Miners Trans. Go's
t hour to walk a mile. Two bottles of I To free the system from disease geruis,
Y O.e. Often Bake the Electric: Bitters have mode me so strong the trust effective remedy is Dr. Kind's
= Bert.Men, Sara_M Edvcator. I have just walked three miles in 50 min- 'New Life'Pili.. Guaranteed tometre all STEAMSHIP LINES
rates and feel like three diseases dim malaria 'dial
&; Brilliant careers for Incorrigible boys walking more. to poiwm con
It's made a new man of me." Greatest stipation. 25a at Red Cross Pharmacy. f
wererecently"predicted by Professor remedy for weakness and alt stomach, -BETWEEN- ,
:Frank H. Beede of New Haven, Conn., I I
liver and kidney Sold nnder
complaints. I George H. Maltby, of West Palm 5
I1 superintendent schools says a spe- guarantee at Red Cross Pharmacy. Price I SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.
x the Palm Beach News that Alli-
IS In addressing. the American Institute says

' of Education he said: The information conveyed throughthe gator Joe has made a great success of Direct Connections for-

is "Let as not pace too lightly over the Savannah News 'of the marriage his alligator farm in a park in that I

r incorrigible boy. Often' he is incorrigibJe or'C. P. Setzer and Miss Ida L..Wind- city. The first day the show was opento Washington ll New York and Boston.
: because he is a boy of such buoy '
ham, which occurred in Savannah the public fifteen thousand people ,
+ .:ant life and such tremendous energy
afternoon, the 16th instant the turnstiles. Sev-
Monday passed through
:that the teacher Is without the ability
Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations .
.to reduce him' to school terms. He was received here with a great deal of eral dozen cocoanut trees, which had .'

ilaughs, fn scorn at the roles of'the Interest by friends of Mr.'Setzer, who been taken to Kansas City in tubs, and cuisine unsurpassed.SEND .

'school; he will not be run into the was formerly publisher and editor of did not live any length of time.TutfsPiils. FOR BOOKLET. .
mold that holds all the other tallow
tsame -
the High Springs Hornet and who enJoyed
"He may have more of u human power the distinction of being the most H. C. AVERY, Com'l Agent, Jacksonville.

than the teacher himself. Rightly train. original writer in Florida. Editor J. C, WmTHET, 2fl Y. P. &: T bL, W. P. TURNER, P. T. *,
ed, be may be the very one, be often Is, Setzer in his profession was a "bird," :

.< -to.lead in momentous political battles, and every issue of his paper, was GENERAL OFFICES, BALTIMORE, ED.

to superintend gigantic commercial enterprises
eagerly scanned by those who were
to build great railroads. toconstruct
5. accustomed to look for good and origInal This popular remedy never falls to
p. massive bridges and rear skyward -
::1. things. Mr. and Mrs. Setzer will effectually cure
:. city blocks. What we call Incorrigible -
. 2;: boys may afterward become make their home in Quitman a pro Dyspepsia, Constipation Sick i
Headache BiliousnessAnd
':' -criminals; more often they grow up gressive little city of South Georgia.

; Into respectable men and useful and Gainesville Sun.Lnckiett ALL DISEASES arising from a RAI1.iV\

;public spirited citizens.There Torpid Liver and Bad DigestionThe -FOR-

should be In every large city natural result is good appetiteand
: In connection with the school system Man In Arkansas solid flesh. Dose small;elegant Savannah Columbia Southern Pines

: -at least one disciplinary school for.truants "I'm the luckiest Arkansas," ly sugarcoated eal'to swallow. ; ,

'.; '- and Incorrigible boys. Boys who writes H. L. Stanley, of Bruno, "since Take No Substitute. Richmond Washington Baltimore.
the restoration of ,
f 'do not yield to the milder measures my wife's health after r
;;, which I have already suggested should five years of continuous coughing and Philadelphia New York
'. bleeding from the Inns; and I owe my ,
[ >be placed. In one of these.
fortune the
good to greatest
I w medicine, Dr. King's New Discovery for 6 EYS

:, Sot Inpr ed. Consumption, which I know from experience It'1 TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.

Did anybody call. Jane, while I waft will cure consumption if takenin '
out?" time. My wife improved with first SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAILMODERN
bottle and twelve bottles completed the r ,
It -"Yes'm. Mrs from round i'
Snooper cure." Cures the worst coughs and coldsor 1Hurlsi
the corner was here." money refunded. At Red Cross Pharm .
\\ ?!cake sure a yield of quantity and PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.Operating
"I thought she'd call. I saw her peekIng acy. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. /.' goaIuy.1S'henyour fath"rplantedI
:. through the parlor curtains just as I ri7'<,thry were the t* t on the
mar.-tGtttbtyIavehtxnimpror- ONLY LINE
I took the downtown car."-Cleveland j. Quite So. y tnt ever since.Ve are experts Inflivver

Plain Dealer. Mr. Dresser Your hat looks very > Seed ami yocelub'esewKIJM Annual,t"utltuUy illus- Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eau.
well with that wing in It. I- trawl,Irt'e to all applicants.D. .
M. FERRY CO.,JJetroH, Mich.
a tlf actory. Mrs. Dresser Yes. but it would loot For full information and sleeper reservations rail on any seaboard agent, or
i. "Ah. sighed the lovesick youth, ifCn better with two wings in It.
write to
you would only return my lover'"That's Mr. Dresser Oh, that's merely a A. 0. MAC DONELL, S. C. BOYLSTOX, Jr.,

Just what 1 intend to do," matter of a pinion.-Philadelphia Led Asst. General Pasengtrgent, PaasengeerAgent.
replied the maid with the cold stodige ger. '

heart "I haven't any earthly use for JACKSONVILLE, FLA
it" Chamberlain'sColic
A Dire Threat. -.
And still he wasn't satisfled.-Chl- Reggy Deswelle to his tailor-

cago News. Weally. Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy

tient with you. I promised again and

F "Make Hay While the Son Shines" again to pay you, but if you keep on Almost every family has needof i

There is a lesson in the bothering me I simply won't promiseany
; work of the a reliable remedy for colic or
thrifty farmer. He knows that the more.-Translated For Tales From
time the
at during
Fliegende Blatter.
bright sunshine may last but a day and
he prepares for the showers which are so year.This
liable to follow. So it should be with AM Enthmlait. remedy is recommendedby

every household. Dysentery, diarrhoeaand "America is a great country." dealers who have sold it for {'

member cholera of the morbus home may without attack warninChamberlain's some. f "Yet,.many come here, fail, and return many years and know its value.It .

Colic, Cholera and Diarr- to their native lands." has received thousands of

hoea Remedy, which i is the best known "Well, 111 bet their brief stay makes testimonials from grateful people.It .

f medicine for these diseases, should always 'em so smart that they all afterward has been prescribed by physicians Take-Down
;t* kept at band, as immediate treatment accumulate fortunes."Louisville Cou- with the most satisfactory Repeating Shotguns

is necessary and delay may prove fatal. rier-Journal. results. The notion that one must pay from fifty dollars upwards in order to jet

4- For sale by all druggists and medicines has been effectively dispelled since the advent of
I dealers. It has often saved life before a good shotgun pretty

< Momentous qneltloa. medicine could have been sent for the Winchester Repeating Shotgun. These guns are sold within reach

'frv Her-Would you say that MissMuggeby or a physician summoned.It of almost everybody's purse. They are safe, strong, reliable and bandy

OA.TOR.A. has a pug nose or that her only costs Can When it comes to shooting qualities no gun made beats them. They
Jews W lb had rho H2*llh7)s/ BeltS nose is retrousse? a quarter.
How-er- you afford to risk so much for so are made in 12 and 16 gauge. Step into a gun store and examine one.
: Him-Well depends. FREE: Stud ajm and address 01 portal cud for oar Itrgi UUitrttii czialopo.i .
much IB her father worth?-Denver little? BUY IT NOW.
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> 4t >rstT'Pet. .._.'wI141tL mcnt; "Oh.. she exclaimed : Wf*r rJt '\ :

...$-. y.r.:t.."" ..<,'<'..I.,;;-.;:.... .,.?-...-....'. -- -:.- Irn*# ','PiUhtias '. ,;"! do*hope I can.gargle' like The Kind You ;Have Always Bought, and which'hasbeea'' f, .: '

;\t"f:.;:; l-9fi.j; > u ., Vaterss p .wig,1Rstis" '' .r.'iAj.'>' that, when. get.growed up!" In use for over 30 years, has borne ,the tfgnatoro\cNC : :'f : .J. JJ', :
ti "d '. '
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": ::. jt' .-.* .BlthI... :;.: :' Q-;" ,... Tommy (aged four)-Say, mamma. i, {J fJ- rffi-ft-fa. sbnal supervision sinCe" "its lntUey.- ., -. 7.. .' y}' ,:,
r.- <
can God make he wants to?
anything .
iac7Jrt 6tCA4M
*t. g? i" .Allow no one to deceive you in this. .1- ;
s :New Tork's future'greathtghwiiy 'EM UU:CANDY i MammaCertainly: dear. _
i the.o tffig 5JN *.'FidaMU-r tnt TM.* Goot Do Tommy-Well,.I wish he'd make me Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good" are bat' ,'<;
krill4rom BnOT orOrtpeslirfttdYHI .
8 .
Op IIekn.
the wMba "
: harbor'.w _
trifle'With and the health of
oaagp one' endanger '.
,u a stick ..of candy with only end :
-t 1" ..,.hrough Ambrose, channel, .is:toWas. iota Dwtl .Wte fo 47iNM toll. '. Infants and ChIldren-Experience ,against Experiment. : = T y
;lwunaauy lighted' ai aboulevanhagdkA .1t/rwlleeaisN;; fttSNSWle.Twll.the. ." .
,as. safefor, ,.navigators as laiv" UOM LEU Little Be -Mamma, what m kespaPa'

eRatde ddre.fer=pleasure dclea'.on- head ? What is CASTOR1A1rOastoria
-&Ei :ve .navigatorliia bearings at the very I so shiny on top ,
f''i to the( provisions'vof the, ,omnibus 'mouUi:of the passageway; .Dlrectl1'1nIfn Mamma-He has lost his hair, dear. ;;
a _
""f! 1IIh, use JMII enacted 'at 'the"'recent with the light.from this vessel the Little Bess-Well, why don't he advertiSe is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric "

as and'offer reward. for Its re Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant It
; ,ewlon pf congrcgs, says the w hma. navigator will right a beacon on, Staten <
lf turn? ... contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic .
ton Correspondent. ,of, the .NeTr York Island. s ;

.,! lf bune.- The I p.ew'channel, Which IBa The new law authorizes the construC- 'Mamma Johnny, I do wish fenbstance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worm f
tion of lighthouse Staten Island you ,and allays Feverishness. It Diarrhoea and Wind
on cures
: >> bave d pthot' forty
tl ; feet
}! : ;and a; would make less noise In the ,early
in the hills at Richmond,at a: cost not Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
? wldtli
;' ot:2000, feet, ,Aul notbe: ready morning. You always wake me up.
to exceed 100000. Midway in.'the and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food the '
> For htSTJ-tram and I to wake regulates
1 and a half up naturally.
f' channel, at Swinburne island,at what
"lat.' the .earliest,. but. the lighthouse is known as "the Bend," there will be Johnny-Well, isn't it natural for Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.

board;hat been folks, to wake up when they hear a The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
fl : ready a .long time constructed .two range lanterns and ,
.:" ,:with plans for: the necessary aids, to structures for.. range lights, their'cost noise? -_.

4 :aavlgatlonalong the channel, and the to be 12000.' For moving North Hook While i out walking with her fatherone GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

:;; ,appropriation:of (321.000 In 'the Jight- beacon light $6,000 is appropriated' and evening little Margie became .

house bill win for a tank vessel 15000. On ,Craven very 5 Bears the of f
fr", '. now make It poss.ble to tired, and he was obliged to carry ber."Am'Ivery Signature b
%1i carry, out these.plans.v shoal a stone beacon with gas Illuminant heavy papa?" she asked 3
'Instructions have been will be -establisned aUa cost of
"' .r Issued to Colonel "Indeed you are pet," he replied."WeIL" .
ofF.:;! ; : Roselle of-the third lighthouse dls $20,000. There will be thirteen gas continued Margie", "you

'11'trlct. buoys anchored in .Ambrose channel,
engineer in charge at Tompkins-
ought to be awful tickled that I ain'ttwins.
'.sir.' t yule. to proceed at once with the mat and the law also authorizes eleven gas ." ,

,1JDg., of contacts: (or'the new,light ves- buoys In the Gedney and main,' ship i

eels buoys and lanterns authorized channels. For ,a temporary structure
5" : range
under fc> maintain West Bank light while the .Unneyeseary Expense
the act. Colonel Boselle
The Kind
s., You Have '
,bas worked out his plans for the effective present,light is being raised and for a Acute 'attacks of colic and diarrhoeacome Always Bought yt

lighting of Ambrose channel with temporary structure for North Hook on without warning and prompt "

: beacon light while it is, being moved relief must be obtained. There is no -'
great .care, and when the buoys and necessity of incurring the expense of aphysician's In Use For Over .3.0 Years.
\ ,range lights are all In place ships will $10,000 appropriated.
service in
: V \ euch cases if THC cumum COMMNT. r? SIUHMT eruct Ktw TOW aft
y .be,able to thread their way In and out Lost Ia Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr- I .
& ,
Long Catflah.
A of .the harbor at night without the hoea Remedy is at hand. A dose of this .
z I i cslightest difficulty. Henry Kellerman of St. Bernard 0., remedy will relieve the'patient before a

': To the passenger traveling for pleasure an enthusiastic ,disciple of Isaak Walton doctor could arrive. It has never been

) reported recently the'catch of an known ,to fail, even in the most severe
; the lighting of Ambrose' channel
unusually large catfish which had In and dangerous cases and no family should
:I t ; .wULbe,80 pleasure bright as that a spectacle.It will even, 'Along afford its stomach a gold bracelet lost by be without medicine it.dealers.For sale by all druggistsand Florida East Coast Railway.Local .

Miss Anna Sannlng. a girl friend, while p
the eight miles waterway red and
she was out boating with him three '
.J; white lights will flare out of the darkness ,
either years ago, says a Cincinnati special dispatch qASr.t'OR..A.. Time Card No. 66 In Effect April 16 1906.
:ifJ; on hand. On one side of to' the Chicago Tribune. The Bean ithi. jibs Kind Via Han Always Boflgtt ,
; the steamer as she moves oceanward
'l bracelet has been returned to its owner. SOUTH.BOUND.READ: DOWN NORTH.BOUND..READ UP.
.- there will be a string of floating buoys .

with red lights of great intensity. On of ilL i f
f the number ofbuoys A Sale.Old No.99 No. 29 TATIOXS. No.78 .0.88.
,,other'; side an equal Dill) Daily Daily Dally
with white lights will be seen

00pm 20am Lv_.... ... ..._JackqDville".H'H..Ar 7 25pm 855am
above.'the navigator Sunshine in
waterand the
high to your 6 08pm 928am ;;.._..H.... conthJacksoncille..._ -Lv 717pm 47am ;
V in the ,darkened pilot house 7 aupm 10 40am __.__.._:5t.: Augustine..___ ..._ 15pm 7 4Cam
will y 7 53pm: 1118am ...._.. _?.......Ilastini s .....___H_" 534pm520pm 49am
# they be a guide as easily under Home 808pm743pm 11 35am ... .?.?_ East Palatka_?.?__ 630dm

stood as the lane, of lights on a city 8 33pm 1200m1110am Ar..._...__ 1'alatta.......____.Lv 4 5opm 6 f.Him
*-' street. The 'light vessels and rangelanterns"will LT.....?......._......_. I'alatka.-_._._..._Ar 5 45pm 665am _

IM.S L' 25pm _._.?.H_' Ar.._._ _.Pan Mateo........._._..-.Lv .._?._ 515am tai
the ?
be so arranged that TP Fifty-two times is assuredto _....._. loam Lv_.._....._. _.-Pan Mateo _....__.__Ar 9 25pm -.-..-...---
'd lights at the entrance, and the end oft s a year 900pm 12 32pm Lv.....__._.?._.BnniielU- _.__.....Lv 4 30pm 5 !IINlm
the channel .will be constantly line you if you 914pm 12 40pm .. __" _?._..._.Dupont_._.._.__ 4 23pm: 5 30am
r 941Spm: 1 13pm _....___.__ Ormolld...?___ 3 56pm 500am.
j 'and when. the ship rounds a bend the 10 Rpm 121pm200pm ..?,_....__._.. Daytona ?......_.?.?...._" 3 45pm Warn
turning lights can be readily held In 10 13pm 136pm I. _._ ._ .._ Tort Orange...''' 5 1'ipm 4 37am
READ Ike SUNThat .1035pm Ar.H.......?...?..._.?.....New myrna........1i.--..?........... 8 15pm; 4 l-r
& .place, : l 11 loam 44pm Ar: ...._........._.. Late Helen...........,._...._*Lv 00pm 6 15pmr
I The lighthouse board does not intend 11 28amI 55pm ..... Orange City......_... ?._ t 12 50pm 59pm
11.11111111. --
to take chan"eS.1n the placing! of 11 40am 500pm .. I....._.. ._r Orange City Junction ............."I.'... 12 & Wpm
g any illustrated weekly paper 10 4ripm Wpm Lv...__.__ .__X w--m.rna.\r; 3 OTipm 4 0->am
> the lights .in the'new (-li:;;.:;':. Tuoir I It 10pm 40pm .?_..?_?.?....__.Oak Hill.._.r?_.._,....Lv 2 40pm205pm 3 ?Kam
'; 'location has all been \: >:-;.'J out sci 11 51pm 316pm Ar"...._........... .. .Tltn \"lIIp......__....._. .._.. OOam

'{{ There has beea complaintfor printed in Tallahassee and 11 10am680pm 5 Sopm Ar:...__._.........__.Sanford........................ jt Lv 113>am350pm ti ;.upm
entifically. 11 5am Lv:....__......_.....? l\llfrd................ ......JAr 11 lOam
years about the lighting: of the I -SIS published everywhere. Mpm 11pm Lv.r........_.._....?....Titu>ville ..............._ ......Ar 2 ():'.pm S WaIn
main ship channel now useu by most 12 Slam 3 51pm .._ --Coeoa..._........._............LY! 1 2 pm 222am147am '
bars 12 3iam 51pm ?..._...._.........IockIote.1 ................._.._ 120pm i 11iam
of the vessels entering New York r Olam 422pm II ...___._...I'niialle:. ..._.................. I. 1247pm '
bor.. The tortuous and narrow channel \ A. K. TaylorMakes 1 13am 4 30pm .. ??.r........_ _._Melbourne..._..............??_'I 12 37pm 1 S7ain
ISfiam244am 10pm II _...._..._:'eblt'tian....._.. _..._" 11 52am 12 Mam.
and the strong currents have given I G Wpm .......?....._.....-..St Lucle..._............._. 10 tIIo.m 12 oun't
even the most skillful pilots a difficult Onam 6 15pm37piu .. ___......_...Fort: I'lprce...__.?.............. 10 .Vi am 11 V.pnt
z*. 880am385am 6 _....._ .?..?......_Tlbha1Is..__.._..........._" 10 17amID 11 19pm
time of it bringing their ships back the cartoons and all the 41pm .. _._......__......... Kileiv._...?...??.............r" }:Jam 11
and forth at night and the government Salt-Do care for a sail 840am 6 4<*,pm II .?...?._....._.?....Jense i H....__.................. ... lOOxnm1000am 11 ( >pm
you' other pictures. 861am420am 6 .r.7pm ..._._._.._.I"tnart....._._.._........... 10 ::'.,m
: has been urged to establish new miss? 7 .......___ Robe i'onn lights. These demands were so persistent She-Yes, if it's a bargain sale.-Illustrated 440am 40pm ....._...........H.ret Jupiter.........._..._... 9 ISam 10 i"'pm
515am 81"m: ._ .._....West I'alm Beach __........_" 8 45am820am 9 :Wpm
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that the lighthouse people al- Bits. 5 4."am 8 41 pm .. _...._._,..._.'.. Koynton .?_...?. __.. .. 901pm850pm
most of ever satisfying the Claude L'EngleIn 6 53am 8 &>pm .". ....._............._...... Kelray ...?._...............?.. .". Lam ,I ,
: despaired 6 4Xam 9 40pm _.._.. _Fort audenlale.._.__......... 7 Warn 7 SPpm '
shipping men. Menagerie at Home. 6 7ara 47pm I. ......?_..._._.?..-. Dania......_...._..._......._ .. 7 19am i Wpm
of those to Jones declined to visit the with 7 O! am O&spm to .._____Hallanclale .._..._......... II 7 Warn 738pm
It is the expectation zoo ?
fix. pungent editorial paragraph 7 SKara 10 2'i>m ...?...............Lem >n <:lIy. ......?....?........_ 6 T'.am: 7 ltJlm.'J .
3 charge of the river and harbor improvement his friend says London Health. 50am 10 30pm Ar... .._._ .Miami......__.. .... ...._I-Y 6 Sam i O-'ipm
work that the opening of "I don't have to to the zoo," hfe looks after the things that 8 Warn '. .._._.1 1.\j..r. _..........._? Miami_..?.....?..,.__...:Ar __........... S oopm1230pm
go 1030am ., Art..r...??..?.....??Homestead.......?....._......jLv .........?.......
i' Ambrose. channel will greatly improve said "because my eldest daughter does need attention. It

conditions for New York. The new the kangaroo walk my second daughter Buffet Parlor Cars on trains 23 and 74 Buffet Sleeping Cars on trains: 99 and OS.J .

fe. channel is shorter and more direct talks like a parrot, my son laughs Daily except Sunday.

41 than the passageway now used and it like a hyena my cook is as cross as a WARM, BRIGHT, FACINATINGLT No.23 No.19 I 'No.161 I I '--No.24 ,\

.will afford much more room for the bear, and my mother-in-law says I'm CLEVER Sat. N0.21 Dally No-17Na-15 Daily Na.18 No.20 No.22 Sat.
and and
? European liners and other large craft. an old gorilla."-New York Press. Sun. Daily Ex.Son... Dally Dally MAYPORT BRANCH. I Ex.Sun... Daily Daily Daily Suiu

Vessels of Only Only
V 'entering by Sandy llook. -

light draft are already able to make Not Like Him. Tkats the SunIf 9 Sop 6I.p 510p, 200plOCOaLv. .......?_Jacksonville ........??Ar. 700ai 840a ICOplCfiO! ; :!'Jp
of the Ambrose passageway. The Hubley-I've had a couple of drinks, 95p 652p 5I..I.20' use lOSOj 7 2Ip/IH.o|. 2401)1o '. _?....Bnblo IS srh...__" 62h' )U 11l'122"J 5-u;I MOp
engineering work has progressed steadily yes. 103.(1, 7 / .';! 2.):;pl01la'' ...?_.Atlnntlc feach..__" 615a, 70" 121J' 51"|1' 8S'/p '
and eventually a deep channel will Mrs. Hubley-The Idea! Why do you you pay to read this paper-you 10 SUp 74:", 611})p' 3OOpi1paAr..5layport..._........Lv 6Ou i 1 7 40H 12(1)n, 51Wlt. S2 p

: miles be dredged out for the entire eight tell Ilubley-Wby me that? it's the truth. can read THE SUN too, PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT M1 +11.

the channel to Mrs. Hubley know. That's why I WITHOUT EXTRA EuE: SAsk .
k The plans.for lighting Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. &: 0. S. S. Company for '.
; be-carried out are In detail as follows: can't understand your telling me.-

At the sea entrance of the channel a Philadelphia'Ledger. us or write us and."We'll Havana and Key West ,
exceed $115.-
I light vessel cost not to
stationed. This is to giver A Serlona Doubt. Two Each Week. !-n
()()(), Is to be Sailings
"BHggins says he sometimes finds he

For Over Sixty Year forgets to pay his debts." tell you how. Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers. 14
Mis. Winslows' Soothing Syrup has "I never could be quite sure" answered !
ZM' been used for over sixty years by millionsof These Time Tables show the times at which trains may be expected arrive at and '|f par
while teething the suspicious person, "whether BO YEARS from the several nation-, but their arrival or departure at the times stated is mat 1;':"'; : --elnoi
' mothers for their children It soothes the he finds he forgets to pay 'em or EXPERIENCE Is this Company to be held responsible for any delays or any consequences arising : -_.. :PJM.
with perfect success. .. -- --
; child, softens the gums allays all pain, whether he finds it pays to forget 'em." For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

: care wind colic, and is the best remedy -Washington Star. "
= for 'diarrhoea. It will relieve the poorIittlesuffererimediately. 1 "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
Soldbydrug- One Advantage. J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen'l. Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE. FI.A. ,
sista in every part of the world. Twenty- City Man (carpingly-Whew, but It's ,
m- fire cents, a bottle. Be sore and ask" for .. hot! I am told that fee mercury frequently Do You Want to-Know-All About the- --- - -- -
"Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, and TRADE: MARKS
stands at 110 in the shade here.

,take, no other kind. Farmer Summerboard (cheeringiy DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
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... Well, you don't hafter stay in the quickly Anyone ascertain sending oar a sketch opinion and free nether an

shade ye know.-Puck.Mlcat invention Uprofetbly patent ble. Ccmmtmica- IKBjji
Uocjfttnotlyconfldecitul. Handbook on Patent
GASTORIAJOT tent free.Oldest anncy for Mcunngpaienu.Patent Especially regarding Fiuit Growing,Trucking and

; Hare Bee. Worse. special Modes* taken,wtthoot through warn Mono,is the& Co. receive General Farming? If so, subscribe for the........... t
' Infante and Children. Newed-our cook skipped out last c-

d You 'Ha8( 'Altajs. Bought night and took all our silver spoons. Scientific merl a". FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER. <

i8..r Singleton Tbat'i bad. bandsomelyiUastnted weekly. Inreftelr. :
relation of any ceienufle loarnaL Terms.t>. PRICE 25 CENTS PER ANNUM.
the Newed-Well, "it might have been ; fow Bontha,|L 8oM by,,U newsdealers.Bn .
li = ,wone. She also took my wife's cook = A COIII..a. New York ISSUED ONCE A MONTH. SAMPLE COPY FREE. t

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-r:. :t...,. '-" OOUlTI' &,:?..' Mrs.D. A. Ramsey and little on Ernest -- ,

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'. ).'- :'0"0' :- = ": "' Miss Harris, who is teaching at Tropic, '
: .t C :2-t 'KBIS'4KOTBS around early- She has ;every. comfort; cam Saturday and spent the day .
\ ,{;; up .
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well[screened and .
:"",-,' tttY'., ""-'.-(....,>,tf.> ...>t-: ",...'"'t'".'..R... .u.-" ..' ...'"c'" y>", ". : provide) with the Mies Geigere. -
: ; ":<"'$ "- :;-: '" ""1- ; for and bids fair to live for a number. of:
\liqf B ;: ,B 1to; .Mile yeanu" Mr. E.-R. Provost, one of Loins' sue is preferred: by those who are admittedly .

: -,--. cespful.truck growers,, having a new .

... '_ J.l- ...,,_;t'JY.:;... .. "-'.". U-t the r .I > -klj.- leispiperPreeton ,.-. inside.Scrub Clean yourself insides:daily, you're clean not stom-clean dock built in the Indian river. the best judges of tone? The answer is ;

i 'i rj? .oA'. It: HILL.- t.I.rt'f ach, bowels, blood liver means. clean, healthy Miss Ula Geiger returned from Rock- easy. It is because everyone who has
ledge Saturday, where she had been
tissue in every oncan. MOJUL: Take Hoi 4
& lt Williams borne Sunday. lister's Rocky Mountain Tea. So cents, spending several" days and reports a delightful .... played the Ludwig knows that in it f

,) t/fJt ..W; L; Howe came: home;,Satbrday for Tea or.Tablue 'Ask. yonr druggist. time.. M
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-f a two weeks'.vacation::/ .* / i !i-
"J i. OEOBGIANA. Mr. S. A. Osteen returned from Miami is embodied every artistic qualitythat

1t.:" 2 'Thera are. more tarpon ,haD.. usual in I Saturday bringing with him a fine new
Mrs. Jane Taylor wee calling hi Eao t
.: K 'the river.'and our Eldora neighbors frequently Victor gramophone and quite a number it meets every demand of the expert re-
o Gallie last Thursday.Mrs.
.see and sometimes.hook on'e. of choice records.A ''\'
,*.w (;{ r .'Lou Walker, of 'Lotus, was visiting i quired for the truest interpretation of .: t .
.r; E. S. Coolant in town Mon <
} was letter
",,-f,; Capt. her friend, Miss Mary Wittfield, last received from Mr. and Mrs. !<: -

: ,; .tu- .dlyl having,.returned, from' hie vacation Tuesday. Winslow Bisbee, who are spending the music-..-that it possesses that indescribable '

,._. .;and looking much_better. for.the... change... summer in the north, says they are having r I'
.. Mr.Will 'Wittfield and family left
_. "trr-i.: <" 'Mr;J. c.' McCullongb, who has been North Carolina Tuesday, where he has good times and improved health. delicate charm which is difficult I.

: .visiting i relatives i.and. friends i in; .South obtained situation.Mr. .. John F. Geiger, Jr., who.has charge of X'

:1i! } ;f' ,Carolina returned Tuesday and reports a Dr. Capron's pigeons!, had quite an exciting to analyze, but which is designated f
Lee Baldwin and sister, Nina, re
'. 1.-:' prospects of more families moving io..c" I time with a large snake Thursday afternoon
turned.from Miami last Monday. They; by some musicians who appreciate that I Iit
l; : ;1 Mrs S. B. Owens and'. hiJdreo, ., leave. their much when lie went to' feed the pigeons .
-" : enjoyed outing very
ti'" % on Monday for a visit! In Evergreen and the snake was coiled up in one'cor. can correctly protray every varying i
1 Miss Eva Owen is able to be
.FJf z4. Live Oak,with! Mr. .Owens'_ mother and up once ner of the house. John soon discovered
more and Miss Rose Carter was out driving him but had nothing to fight with but emotion the "souP.of l
i also with her..parents. Both an as Ludwig.
:: I Null Saturday. young ladies. were" old hoe, but after several blows on the
1f4:: { Mrs;J. S. Gaines and Mrs W. L. !
week Os- quite ill'with the grip. back of the snake the boy won the battle. 1.
who last in "
and children
J spent '
fi-l ,,. The celebration at Miami and the fashionable The snake measured eight feet. Sold by
; teen. with Mrs.v Games' father. ; Mr.
k 1f: .i-! George Sank retained Tuesday..': "summer cold" kept so many of .
our folks busy last week that the trip to Victor Talking Machines

:; L, Miss Maud ,Gamble, of Jacksonville'' City Point. had to be abandoned. i $5.00 cash and $100 per week. Records Indian River'
spent last week with her old. friends in I
Guavas are ripenjng fast now arid.bananas 35 cents, 60 cents and $1.00. Over
; Oak Hill, end was the special I guest of the .
} are plentiful at } cent a piece, but 1,000 pieces of standari sheet music at 10
Misses Ada and Minnie Dyall, May
,!:i _, ;Howes and Annie Belle Williams. the crop of bunch grapes is rather light cents. Indian River Music House,;Titus- Music House
and some of the scnppernong vines are ville.
; _- Turtle\ eggs are in season now and alsobear. .
not heavily
';. "I'( ;' '! .. Several bears have been seen and very Secretary Taft's idea seems to be that f

$i ":- .f one was killed .not long ago swimming Mrs Dr. Wittfeld keeps about the same! the southern Republicans are a bad lot TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA'JAMES

r11f I ':across the'river, by Mr. Jerry Montgomery She had a pretty/good day Tuesday.. fighting for spoils, but still the Democratsof 1

Jtf' and John Williams. They have succeeded in getting a good, the south should vote the Republicanticket. ,

_ tft! : The 'church looks fine in its new coat reliable colored woman to look filer the The Republicans will have to offer
house which is fortunate i
very as goodhelp
5i ,of paint and, Rev. and Mrs: Jones ere to a greater inducement than a chancefor
la rather these
scarce days.A
be with us Thursday .and Friday and the Democrats to reform:the Republican

there will be service Thursday night and woman wornesuntil l she getswrinkles, party in the southern states, or it PBITCHABD, President. W. M.BROWN,Vice-Praident i
.also on the following Sunday afternoon. then worries because she has them. If she will be a long lime bef>re they accept WINSTON S.BBANNING. Cashier. 1

takes Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea she Taft's advice.
Dr. Frances Dickinson, with her niece, would have neither. Bright, smiling face INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.Authorized :

Y i Y. :Mm Bayles, and Mrs. Fenn came from follows its use. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Eau Gallie River LightA .

JNew' Smyrna Saturday with one of ,Mrr- Ask your druggist. change of importance to navigators COUNTY DEFOSI'rORY.:
Dohn's teams to see, Mr.Chas. Dickineon' ,
KAV GALLIK. of the Indian river has been made. Capital _____.__.$100.000.00
: groves and expressed: themselves as Rain and wind the at Eau Gallie, Fla.-a light located at Paid up Capital--------------..$ 25,000.00
much pleased with the growth and also squalls during past Average Deposits.....__.___..$200,000.00
week. Eau Gallie, on a point of land on the :
with the fruit prospect TRANSACTS A :
Mrs. Wilder left for Palatka on Tues- northerly edge of the channel at the i

Old maids wonldbe scarce and bard* to find, day last. entrance of Elbow Creek, westerly General* Banking Business 1Fa, ,#

Could they be made to see, side of Indian River. On July 1 a and Oldest l
How and is Capt. C. J. Boyer's house was struck by Largest
grace beauty fixed red post-lantern was established, the :
Bank Hirer.
a on
By using Rocky Mountain. Tea. lightning last Saturday. _
Ask your druggist. Some of the Eau Gallie telephones were 42 feet above the water on a white, Exchange Bought and Sold on All ? .
pyramidal structure, lower 30 feet in- Foreign Countries. .'
damaged by lightning last week. i
COCOA. closed, upper portion skeleton, recently Patronage appreciated. Prompt service,
The Lourina motor launch owned by polite treatment and every favor consistent +
Guavas are beginning to ripen, getting Thos. Sumter is on Hodgson's ways this erected. I IB. with conservative banking granted.COBBESPONDENTS y, t
ready for the jelly business. week. : ; ._

Mrs. M. Joyner returned home last .. L. MOTLO Empire Trust Company, N. Y., Florida
The work on Mrs. Barbonr's house i is I Bank & Trust Company JaeksonvilleFla.
week from a visit to Washington city.
progressing well under the hands of C. G.

Miss Mary Rogers, who is well. known Redstone. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. _

,in our vicinity, was taken to the county
Walter B. Gilbert, of Columbus, Ind., ..
poor farm last week.
-' has sold his Merritts Island property.,
Monday morning was a' busy one at The deal was completed this week.It .
the'mayor's court, several of the colored
is rumored that E. C. Bags has disposed
citizens being in attendance. R. WALKER & CO.
of his holdings in Eau Gallie and ,

The magic lantern show had a good will go further south for a location. It

house Monday night. Everything in the
way of amusement these summer days The addition to the cottage on the bluff Titusville, Fla.,,
owned by J. L. Harrison is now completed

goes. making the house much more

Miss Susie Mima, .! Bonaventure, whois comfortable for the tenants. 1I DRY GOODS

to be one of the teachers in our school
Another carload of gasoline i is expectedin ,
this next term, was a visitor in town on
Eau Gallie this week. The different
Monday. 'K
fish companies use a large quantity in

Miss Evelyn Travis visited the familyof their various motor launches. Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, CLOTHING
Mr. Hatter, of City Point, for several
Mrs. W. J. Nesbitt, who Vas the guestof Ales, Stout, Etc. eGENTS'
days. Agnes Hatter returned Jiome
with her. )Ir. and Mrs. A. R. Hodson, was calledto TITUSVILLE and COCOA FLORIDA

Fort Pierce on account of illness in her FURNISHINGS
ft Capt.ym. Sharpe, of Sharpe, was an family. Mrs. Neabitt has many friendsin g.Seud me your orders

early visitor to town Monday, hunting up Eau Gallie. :

some of his field hands who had not
in their Capt. Rogero is placing 'new and more -. ,
appearance. SHOES.i '
powerful machinery in his freight and

? Coooaiteacaneatbeef now. Oppositionhas passenger boat, the Mystic. The boat is : .... _
put the price to. 10 and 15 cents a now on the waters of Indian river and i

pound, and good Florida beef at that, ready for business again. The captainwill J I i I IIt MILLINERY
with couch and fish .I /
peas in
plenty, times
in his
place a motor large freight
should be ,
easy.- I I scow, giving him ample accommodationsfor ,

The family of Dr. Hughlett left for Atlantic his increasing business. I

Beach this week. We are pleasedto FURNITURE.

know they are not going out of the Letter to J.!E. Walker I

state, as we cannot spare the doctor for II i

a any length of time. Titusville, Fla. I _
Dear Sir Here's -
Weather is : difference between -
warm daring the middle of
the day, but one couldn't uk for more two pure paints; one strong; the t We want your patronage. '
other weak.C. .
pleasant nights,'cool with a fine breeze Our aim is to please YOU. '
: and no mosquitoes. We are afraid to P. Hanger, Staunton, Va., paintedtwo FIRE INSURANCE

: .ask, where are they? new houses, the housed exactly New, Up-to-Date Goods in every
; } alike: one another pure paint, the other ABSTRACTSREAL ,
Mr. Wm. F. Ronald,of Daytona Beach, I Line.
I Devoe. Devoe cost a quarter less for .
is assisting in the I
ship chandlery business
paint and labor.
of Ronald & Fiske. Mr. Will tea recent ESTATEAccident Mail orders receive prompt and
.' i. 'People generally are paying twice-over
graduate Rollins college, having won for paint. Policies Issued careful attention.
toe gold medal for oratory.
,, We are 'pleased to oy that Mrs. J. F. W. DEVOE & Co., MORGAN & WALTON

Walton, mother of,Mrs. Geo. Boston, is 9 New York.P. .
II :;.:'.: ;comfortably 'located,with the family of &Jas. Pritchard & Son sell our paint. Titusville, Fla. : HturiDs Ha.

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