The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
August 10, 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
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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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'"" "" "" ""'.i: -' .- . BRANNING,, Mr. E. Svedelins, fish dealer, of Valkaria on P. A. McMillan was in
.,;",." i'E''wrta .oJ'-. ",. ?. *." ..fii'" Up-to-Date Clothiers arid Furnishers I spent a part of Sunday and Monday 12 yards for $1.49. town Monday with the tax books before
; 1k .full collection of,McKinley .sheet Ladies' black hose, the well known
.jTitnsvilIeFla, : the board of '.
) ? .. ,in town. He reports that fishing brand county commissioners.Mrs. .
.;,f;? ; .J M; i .Jo.UJe ,ail Indian1 River" Music, Onyx garanteed not to fade they
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AMENDS kind used" Monday you' may have three pairs with attack of fever for
: TOWlt "The your grandfather an several days,
: Z .rd! JJ Haddon stopped off for 75 cents. '
__ and he of Profit by but she is
was rare judgment. .Indian Head 44 inches wide already we are glad to state improve
.first pfj week on his.(way .
: hit experience and use Old L'W. Har .shrank, splendid for dresses or ing.

.".'-"WttfJ.r: -k' j' J-.'! 1 Q)1.bll:_ home in South ,*CaroBV. lHpANCE per,whiskey.. Sold by R. L. Mo low and drawn work, at 18 cents per yard.Special I i. Mrs. George Baylea and children left
.t6.' .! :;i. ;' ;' I. prices in linen table damask.
., ;,1't".j( .. > F. A. Lesley.Mr. White Marsellaise bed extra Miami Saturday last on a trip to the Carn4

fJr .Father Corleyf ofDeLand., The Railroad Cfimpuy Can Close. Up i J..Kline.left, for New York Sunday large size worth 11.75 at $1.19.spreads, Unas. Mr."Bayles accompanied them &8"I
in the Catholic .
i !f service Certain Streets to' lei Station and will; probably be absent from town Ginghams children's dresses, specially far as Jacksonville.
here at 7 MoDdaY'mornlng'b :
a. ro. for school dreese and
good light
:t. for of months.- )Ir. C. J. Den-
a couple .. Archdeacon B. F. Brown of Orlando
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> A",, Stb. Regular meeting of the town.council dark patterns, checks, plaids and srripes,
J1r < j{ Charlie Walker arrived home was held Tuesday night, Aug. 7th,,with ham is in charge of his store,.assisted by almost any color you could wish, new has responded to the request of Bishop

D.. B. Pritchard chairman, pro tern., W. Mr. W. TWrntethager. and fresh from the mills I am positive Gray to take charge of the Episcopal '
Vfjum Michifan the bitter part! of last week.tJt:3.1' 8. Branning and 0. A. Stewart aldermen Mr. R D. Hoke of Jensen, went toDaytona that later' in the fall you will pay more church at Key West for the'coming two

;He,id quite well'pleased with .that coon pre ent; 'also, B. R. Wilson, Mayor; launch for the same goods, special 12} cents per months. *
J.: N..Walter; marshal and J. D. Ennis, Tuesday to inspect a yard. f *
; 'i ? ;t" nd I 1M there again.l .
'f;; ?;. ......!:>.. -,'' may,' -. clerk; -- that Col. Thompson is likely to purchase White linen, specially good for skirts Mr.-August Deisner in the employ of

; & 1 estimated there' will be over 1,200in .Minutes of the last meeting were read for oae here next eeaaon in connection or suits. 34 inches wide worth 40 cents the A. C. L., living at Jacksonville, came
: 1{ ;}1' IJ camp .at ,Tampa..xGovernor and approved. ... with his houseboat the Everglade. per yard, Monday only 16.cents
Monday afternoon for a few days'
tt his military staff:are' ex- ,The drainage ordinance passed at the If yon are looking for some lawn for a stay
:J1 .' n special meeting in July' waa ratified and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gardner left Sunday dress or for a waist or kimona, we have on account of the illness of his mother,
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-C.;j.'''' r.peetiBd .to>>, 'viait' 'Camp Hparkman.JtH. .-' adopted. afternoon for Gaston, Ala., being any quantity of remnants on the counter, Mrs. Deisner, who is now somewhat im

Jf; i m ; Allen, of the. Halifax The Florida. East Coast' Railway company delayed in starting about two days by yon We can also buy have-remnants them at most any of price. proved.

,,7j.W f4 ..r club, of Daytona, who baa having offered to construct the sew business Mn Gardner had to attend to. yon can buy at a great reduction.We embroidery. Word comes from Zolfo that Editor -'
with the it
in accordance ordinance
: iw/ returned.from quite trip throughXexfeOtWati er was resolved ihat a warrant be issued for Mrs. Webber is in full charge of Gard still have about 0 pairs of slightly Sparkman baa another young editor and t

; ,.,, in Wednesday. the town's proportion of the'drainage assessment ner's store for six weeks to come. shop worn shoes in both mi es' and children's typo in his family, just recently arrived,

! it ,-3..Trite for.particulars: and price,of the and the ' directed to Postmaster H. C. Budge, of Miami, and 75 sizes cents, per which pair vou.may if you can have find at your 50 and Grandma Myers is as elated over the ,

l 'Jubilee. self heating iron., ,Irons hours said torn warrants over to v and the all rail funds way 'now company collected the expects to leave next week to join Mrs. size. event as the editor himself. Congratulations '
{, ..'' for 5 cents." Saves time' labor .and mon or which may ,be. later collected Budge and the children, who are spending Mail orders promptly filled on any of Hugh!

; < ..ey. Address A.'L. Norwood, Box 123, under the drainage ordinance from the the summer in the mountains of Ten the above goods. JULIUS KLINE Mrs. J. Beggs being away on a visit to

$; UtOtville. sob-agent for .;Brevard, county.Mrs. company's properties therein receipts specified therefor, and. his take vouch-the nessee. He will remain several weeks Titusville,,Fla. relatives in Jacksonville Mr.: BeJlgl! haa.

;$ .:'Lonnie' E. Bowman, ,..of Miami, en. and take his family home with him. Telephone No. 8.DROWNED. rented the Fischer cottage to Mr. Cross,

t. .passed through Tit yilltt Tuesday afternoon whose family arrived from Falatka Toes-
."'el dael & to Ordbuuu The constitutional amendments to be '- -'----

?ft f / on. her way to White Springs, she Be it ordained by the town council oi voted on in the general election in November ATJOPITER day afternoon. They will reside in Titus .

{< Jtavinjfc been advised to a change of tocation the town of Tituaville. That the ordinance are being published in,THE FLORIDA ville for the present"Mr.

:'i ;; by her- ,physician. 1- in regard to the closing of Pine STAR. Every .voter should ,study these Will Mathers (who sustained a
and Palmetto streets appearing
fit .Attorney .F, J. Webb,hag secured the 237 of the minute book, be amended upon page so aa amendments and ,decide for himself, as INLET fractured collar bone while bicycle riding

,$' loton Pine street, be&weeohe Presbytenan to read as follows: to whether they ,,\will be beneficial or last week, aa noted in THI STAB of last

:'.. is authorized close with its
\ro.-:' *" law office and the lot, is being cleared pany Major George Rainford Fairbanks; the accompanied by his mother, who
tracks platforms and other structures
{i'" and grabbed this week.Ii'f. Pine street, on the east side of its main I Florida historian, died at his Hummer Sunday Afternoon at that Place came up the day before to nurse him.

\ .... ': '-. Mr.,Stevens' the tinner, who moved to line as far east as the property of the I home at Sewanee, Tenn.,Thursday night. Special Correspondence of The Florida Star. W. H: Townsend, formerly of Kissim-

{.. ::Daytona a. few days" ago, died Wednesday Episcopal church lot, and on the west Major Fairbanks was stricken with paralysis Mr. T. D. Brown one of a large party mee, had his ankle dislocated and the
r. side aa far as it may own property on each bones broken by the engine of
of seekers a launch
about o'clock m. His death and last night pleasure on a motor boat excursion
? ;; ,..; ',' p. side of the street, bur not- farther than on Sunday on Tuesday from West Palm Beach to Jupiter at Eau Gallic July 28th and will probably
i' 'was expected as he had been gradually Dummett street, and Palmetto-street on suffered a second shock, from which he was drowned in the surf at Jupiter inlet be confined to bis bed three to five

.;:iy';. ,_ Jailing for the past month. the east side of the main line as far east never recovered. Fairbanks' History of last Sunday afternoon.A months, unless it becomes necessary to

:ff ,'0' -/: :'Captal Woodfin Carson, of..the Kis- as side it of may the"street own the, ,but property not on farther the south east Florida 13 the standard for reference. in bathing number and of the made party an decided unfortunate to go recover sooner.A In that. event he may be able

riia meellebaIlJeam has written to ten than Mrs. Reed's property, and on the
;) selection of of the beach
a portion where
far it Fine Showing For Our County Schools negro by the name of Taylor was arrested
side the
west as as own
: Other teams on the East Coast and in may
. the currents are strong and the bottom
the first of the week under the
Middle Florida, with a vie'to arranging lots farther on both west sides than of Dummett the streets street, but and not We desire to call special attention to alternating between deep boles and sand state vagrant law and tried before Justice

dates fora two week's trip for the said streets are declared closed to public the fine showing made of our county bars. Myer. He was sentenced to three months,
schools in Walker's They waded out on the long narrow which he will do at work on the
the shall be Superintendent annual poor
-local team. as soon as same occupied -
: sand bar in the month of the inlet to a
farm. He had a near the fibre factory
said 4 this camp
and appropriated by railway report published on
Mr:, Geo. F. .Paddieoo and family, in 'page reef which parallels the beach and refused to work and had no visible
I company. I week. When we contrast this report while sporting in the breakers were
the launch Wynona, stopped here Monday 7th 1906 means of support.
Approved Aug. I
with those of it must be gradually worked northward by the
the with offer of N. 0. Nelson for bond years
evening and pent night The one current until between them and the The handsome and finely equipped
indeed those interested in
t K,.*and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins, then left of five hundred dollars at par, is a teptedand gratifying to beach lay a deep washout where the houseboat belonging to W; J. Mellon of

_for Daytona, stopping off at different the clerk is authorized to turn said education to see that we have over two undertow is very strong while the shore Pittsburg, Pa, which baa been spending .
bond over to N. 0. Nelson upon receipt thousand dollars surplus above all out is overhanging rock. the last several winters in the waters of
points en ronte. of five hundred dollars. standing warrants. One of the ladies wandered into this the east coast will be commanded the
Sheriff Brown and wife and little Reports.of N. Waller, marshal, and pocket and screamed for help. Others coming season by Capt. A. T. Canova, of
This of affairs has been
daughter. Leila went to St. Augustine John Henry, assessor delinquent taxes healthy state went to her assistance and, surprised at Miami who had charge of the Royal
Wednesday to"spend a few weeks on the and J. D. Ennis, clerk and treasurer,weic brought aroond by good financiering, the depth of water and the shifting bottom Palm dock last season. It will be remembered

:beach at Anafitaaia leland hoping the read and approved. together with good management and the cned out for help, &00. that 'while on the trip trom
change will be beneScial to their health.v Communications from Peter Bertelaon aid of the special'tax. By wise legislation Panic then seized those on the reef Miami to her summer quarters at Palatka
Sheriff, Brown returned yesterday. was 'read and the marshal having sent and a rush! was made for the nearest early in the eprinir! the captain of the
him of the drainage ordinance il the school system of.this county has been
a copy land which was through this dangerous Yagabondia Nero Footman was drowned .
Mrs. L. A.-Brady and little son for, Master Boston was deemed unnecessary to go into further placed'vn that high plane that is not excelled hole. About a dozen women and men I near May port, while crossing the St.

.Parkhont, left last Saturday details. by any school system in the older who could not swim, were floundering Johns bar in a skiff. The acceptance of
,- .M..., and expect to be away for a Bills were examined and paid aggregating
this Canova will
unable the position by Capt. cause!
months. her absence and more populous states. there at one time to reach
oouple of During the\sum of(420 82. the removal of his family from Miami. .
beach thrown the surf
by against
or were
is his meals with his
)lr. .Brady' taking With the high schools already established

.. :Brother' Mr.. Adhemar.Brady. NoticeThe at several towns, and with the rocks.The men who could swim got the SPECIAL MID-SUMMtE PRICES

It is said that Mr. Chas. C. Mast is undecided next regular meeting of the Good prospective collegiate courses that are to drowning ones' ashore with great difficulty

whether to remain at Boynton oi Roads Association of the Third Commis be added the students of our county will and Mr. Brown, who was on the In Kline's Gents' Furnishing and
to bis'winter home at Sharpes off shore end of the line of I
return sioners' district will be held at Melbourne full facilities for them rescuing!
While he and his charming wife have on Friday, Ang. 17th at 1:30 p. m. preparing men, is supposed to have exhausted Clothing Department
made many friends at Boynton this sum All members are earnestly requested to selves for college and university work himself helping others until unable to Clothing at almost price. They

mer their Indian river friends hope thai be present. No further appeals will be without leaving the county. Let the prevent being thrown against the rocks have got their walking any papers and they

they will come to Sharpes permanently made to your pocketbook. The society is people support the board of public instruction and stuned. must go. Will take just what we can get
< 'soon. out of debt, thanks to our energetic presi and the superintendent and A deep cut was found on his right for them as we must make room for our
dent. These meetings are held in the temple when his body was recovered. fall
Furniture AU Jfored interest of all tax payers. Every tax payer the teachers too, to the fullest extent in In the confusion he was not missed Oar's trousers will the same
The furniture*and equipment of the is or ought to be interested in good the cause of education the coming year until the body was seen among the rocks way.

University' of Florida has been removed roads. You need good roads to move with the hopes that even a better show by those on shore after everyone el.e had Remember I will look for you Monday.

from' Lake City, the former home of theuniversity your crops, to drive to your store, to visit ing can be made. been saved. Several of the ladies were If you can't come Monday Tuesday will f t
to Gainesville. It required your friends and to drive to chnrch. unconscious but were, resuscitated. One, do. r
Above all the county needs good roads to a 11 rs. Burkhart, was in such a critical Ji-Lii-8
the Tbe KLIXE
thirteen can to transport same. I
Oxen For Sale
of the times. Make it condition that it was for Drs.
fixtures Will be stored in a ,warehouse be abreast a per necessary Titusville, Florida. .
until ; *""boitdiop, now being erected sonal matter become a member, take an I have a good yoke of young oxen and Jackson! of Jupiter and Hood of West Telephone. 8. #
: active part in the meetings, in this way a wagon for sale. For particulars write Palm Beach, to work with her all night
.4J are. ".completed.', much good will be accomplished: mistakes to G. W. SMITH, On Monday morning she was out of ,. The Cleveland Light
can be remedied and all wrongs Vero, Ra. danger and able to return home. Others
.. ,FURNITURE, righted. of the party returned to West Palm Gives perfect sat !:faction. For sale by
DRY'GOODS, Ladies are cordially invited to be pres Orange Boxes Beach Sunday evening leaving Mr. C.Collins. Call and see them.

i :. NOTIONS, enL JAS. WILLIAMSON, President.J. We are selling the Warnell orange box, Brown's body on the beach in charge
', EDISON and F. FABIJET, Secretary. recognized as the best box made in Flor of the Masons, to which order he belonged Call at Titusville Livery at rear of
V ,DRY BATTERIES, until the coroner authorized its Bobbins' law office, for stylish rigs.
'' :....SHOES and ida.Price
? removal.Mr. Leave orders for hauling both double
Veterinary Surgeon 14J cents complete 'with birch
BOUSE'FURNISHING GOODS. hoops in carload lots deli vered.I G. W. Brown, a nephew of the an Jour! J. M. Oaban, proprietor.
.cb L-A. Gardner, 'Phone M. W. E.'French, veterinary dentist and Write us for prices and samples ol deceased and a number of his late friends I
'. surgeon, of Daytona, Fla., contemplates I and associates arrived at Jupiter about FOB SALE CHEAP FOR CASH.

* v KUJMSBTITOCK. ,FOR 8ALX.Qtra making a professional trip down the east I wraps.EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co., midnight and carried the body to West About 88 acres of good high land on

stock frown oa Uffc pine land coast during August. Watch for dates. Eau Gallie, Florida. Palm Beach for burial. the east or ocean side of the Indian river

"'Bmr.bUild I88& at the Narrows, described aa follows: Lot
Sod for>catalog, Tokdo- aad, Vest' GUN RKPAUt SHOP Braying Victor Talking Machines No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3,. section

t 'PaJa PJa; Send your guns for repairs to Henry Dray ing or hauling of all kinds promptly 15.00 cash and $1.00 per week. Records 38, in township 31 south, range 39 east.
l Benecke.' All work thoroughly done, attended to. Meets all trains. Stove 35 cents, 60 cents and $1.00. OverlXX This land is unimproved bat finely lo
:" i Guns loose in the breech tightened equal l wood for sale at all times. ( ) pieces of standard sheet music at 10 I cated. For farther particulars address

:The Tavlor eottafe.,fnrnisbed at I16.0Cmoatb I to new-also gone stocked and shotgun I H. E. HOLTOX cents. Indian River Music House, Titusville E. M. Low, .

... from July 10th.. '. rebod.; etc.. fl. Benecke, Titotville: ,Tla.t .'j ,, 'Titoaville, Fla. Brockton, Man.

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-;*;; 'Htown lit4ita: .wu'K1Dg:'haa'hsd'Ions __ n''South,: :Florida by ,the hun- Wcuads. Old
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'\ areas,:and nas.made an exceilent'rep- Corns BsBkat
..ji'thJi work,1 wadi I iawhe Sores, ,
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: ;.$'frif:! .< "'" \ 1 NEAR utation State's for the ,Braises Contracted Muscle Lara Sac*. Stiff Jute,
. '<,."Ii-f;! aevet.l 4e a..faIlu. +eof. ;'any.saclT LOCUSTPLAGUE: __as Attorney QaHs ,
< ... } c "< -' Florida. Frosted Feet, Bums, Scald, etc.
Sixth District:of It
'/',, .:! tmdertating. So'e doea not )ropoee! "r'- Judicial AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdue Isfijua-
t.r., \i .i&- 'l3r"to- '" ''' >
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'-.: ';; 4 >P >l_ reprSaUoiCnoTr., :j itej5. :,.ill :Scientist, Says Seventeen, Year. .. is, understood_ that' lit.--;,Phillips has nation and drives out Pain \ ,
;; resident ot St. Lude; having lived --'rVariety'Is -orl Wing- won one of the.fairest and most PENETRATES ,the Pores loosens the Fibrous TUiaf,
k :r')1.014 .Now the Masc.fl
circulation of the Blood firm
.. ladies promotes a free
: $
yb thereM far back ai;'78 when;:theit h < "' farmers charming young : of Alabama.
the of
> W1t1Un a few.weeks natural t"j1l:r :. ,Snmmerlia.'and: : :the' ,,,RusselU famIHes.t ';\ ., the'west' 'will see their' fields devastated \ Certain it is that she has secured one' elasticity.BEST UNIHCNT ON EARTH

'together with the Palnes, weire almosthis.tinly.neighbors by millions of:locusts,.arid.,.the.old of Florida's most favored sons.Tampa ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED

ftt! .fo?' laden:arouncL: curie of Moses and the'elders'recorded Tribune,.

t: ; -Or He:is 'at,'present successfully com-. I n'D Deuteronomy xxrli, 42'will, be
l 'pletiogf a two-mile canal, 24.feet. wide.' again, thisyear,: ,.,;though Its; 1357- .

-.1i fl .wtor thertail at' ninia. yea'rs' since'' Moses 'said tothe. peopleof Mrs. B. A. Simpson, 500 Crag St.,EAo i11Ct R
: ay : : ,brae' ll?thy grain "and' .fruIt.of Sunshine in your Tenn., writes:. *'I have been tryin the baths of

.11 t Contrary to,',general;:expectations,,a thy land shag- the locusts consume..". Hot Springs Ark., for sciatic rheumatism but Ilet

,'It dredgewl1tl1ot'; be used in' cpnductlng This.prediction is made 'by 'Professor more relief from BalludSnow Liniment ;h

I. }., ,',. i the operations., bat 'an ..exc tor. WfflisfJlarshall. .: Sioux City. la..,formerly Home than an/medicine or anything I hare ever tried.
Inclosed find postoffice order for fl.00. Send ma
:i. ,",.:'f' which is worked on a.tract, and Which 'professor of mathematics in large bottle by Southern Express." .
f!. :;: deposits the',dirt 25 feet from the edge Morningslde'-college'and the Sioux City Fifty-two times a is assuredto
{ V High'school, a scientist of,; some' dls-' THREE SIZES: 25c, SOC AND $1,00

{ t ,of the. canaLMr you if you .BE SURE YOU art THE GENUINE
-- tinction in the ,:says, a .special
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'of '
beirayi has been
Burton; ;'
dispatch: from ,Sioux City to the
< Co.
L. awarded the contract for removing the Chicago News.. -
!ft-o" :,'.? old dirt. 'thrown out:in.the" iormer work.' According;to
;1 ,- V ':V ,done on this.canal., This, =will. relieve. seventeen year locusts' are due this
'f' the 'pressure on the banks and 'prevent year and if his 'records are''correct That illustrated.weeklypaper

: caving' .. The, canals :will be and, the locustS 'are on'schedule'tIme.

,'f .* deepened. ,five 'feet;' thus Jisuring ,anT the the 'norlhy cornfields: sf of winds Iowa will qnd sweep'over Nebraska printed in Tallahassee and. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

; ;ample waterway'and.9Il--e of sufficient and..tlie,wheat2elds of ,Minnesota and published everywhere. RED CROSS PHARMACY. TITUS7ILLE, and EAU GALLIE PHARMACY EAU CALLS

,' keep V Itself:clear, and.probably South' Dakota during August and September .

,}-ti> ,'..,, deepen. its, channel: .as time elapses. and.bring with them from the
t The Florida:East Coast Railway has northwest millions and _millions of'J locusts. A. K. Taylorx _Railway.

:;: saved'no expense. in, the undertaking, _
> .>-": Professor' Marshall also asserts the EFFECTIVE APR. 6, 1808.Nog. :
: and is going to'confer an everlastingblessing
r thirteen year species is due this summer Makes the cartoons and all the No 30 No 34 No 29 :;0.33 -
," directly on'the people of..our which : : Between Jaeksonvllldand New York : L
,a fact makes scientists D. Dal Y. Dad,. DaUT. _
other _
i"'t;, ;,-, town and county; and. ;:the. "poor. men stand up and take notice, 'as such a pictures. 75V p ___Uh-- iOS-; Lv Jacksonville, .Fla.u80. Ry. Ar. 500a.....__ 803 p g

f'o' 'will .have an unheard opportunity coincidence happens only once In 200 I 1215 a _;;_____ 120 p Lv.Savannah, Ga._____._____& Ill' Ar. 4 SO 40 po
.'J '.: I 955 a 10 S3 pAr._ Charlotte, N. ._________So. Ry. Lv. 950 a-------3- a

'tf. of buying' .landthat'will. ,Its, -productiveness be absolutelywaterproof. was years.."I base my prediction that this is the Claude L'Engle 642 V--== --658 a Ar. Richmond, Ya.______---o. By. Lv. 1230 p.-: ...1130p_ ,

t for locusts not on propbet'spowers 950 P---------- 950 a Ar. Washington D. .._______ By Lv. 1051. ____ 9 50 p
T t.. long since made evident by several year .any 111 pi---------- 32 I/o Ar. Baltimore .1Id.,._______._P. B. B Lv. 612 a __..._ 8 25 p ": '
:: l -3e far-seeing settlers 'who have gar- said Professor' Marshall in In pungent editorial'paragraph? 2 35 a---------1- --- 45 pAr. Philadelphia Pa.- __. .._P. R. R Lv S as a _u__ a 44 p
speaking "of 'hIs reason for believing 630 15 pAr. New York N. Y.---------P. R. R Lv._ 1210 a,.."_ 1:5 r :
lJ, denea and: planted thriving grovesin that swarms the insects would come looks after the things that
ot that section. 33 and 34-"Xew York and Florida Express." Daily Pullman Drawing Room I I II
t.. portions this year,"but from a careful study of need attention. Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and 'Vew York. '

iVr The railroad tries_to encourage small thecondition favorable to ha tchIng.thee No& 29 and "Washington and Florida Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Boon .

{_ settlers more so,than selling.the land tubes and'from the records of the Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. '1'I

to those who hold it fort United States entomological commission. WARM, BRIGHT, FACINA'INGLYCLEVER' '
',: outright may 1\0 30 2Unally.
: Through"The Land or the kl'0.
;, speculation 'and (it 'gives the poor -. Dall,. '"

"Then I hate reports from the far 755 P Lv.Jacksonville. Fla.----..__________________________.Sa Ry Ar. 900 s '
; at his leisure" a 'case ,never having 600 a Ar. Columbia, S. ., __ : Hy. Lv. 115 a
there are swarms of locusts in WashIngton Tkat's the Sun ------------ --- --------- ---
150 pAr. Asheville N. ..________________________._______-_____ By. Lv. 415 It F
:. <' come up ,where they have( crowded .a and :Montana and-that' they are 237 pAr. Hot Springs N.c.,____-:___.___________________.___tIO. Ry. Lv. 12 43 s .

1--," man who tried to .do reasonably right, : moving toward the great agricultural 600 pAr. Knoxville, ..-----..----.-----------:...----....... By. LT. 9 15 .. J
t(,[. The entire" section around the' Five regions of the middle west. Some of If you pay to read this paper you 8153 Ar Cincinnati Ghio..___________________.________________-Q. k C. Lv. 8(5 p

.; and Ten.Mile; Creeks will ,be benefited them will be of the Rocky mountain can read THE SUN too, I Nos.29 and 3D-Pullman Drawing Room and Buffet Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and .
locust'species..- which are not as destructive St. Louis, daily. '
'' -
; ': 'by this great. undertaking;: and the WITHOUT EXTRA EXPENSE.
as the seventeen year. and the
i poor man with a stout heart a level thirteen year variety": I"No. 13 Between JackiloDvllle and the North and Welt. No. a;EI

V 4VV head and. :a willing mind even though. Since Professor Marshall became con- Ask us or write us and ----I 745 P Lv. Jacksonville, So. Ry______________________ ____Ar. 85 0 a':.. .:._

the possessor of almost no capital, vinced that 190; is the ill fated year for ______ 250 a Ar. Macon ISo. _____________________________ 215 a-:._.._-_
j F has golden, opportunity to fortly the arrival of the locusts he has been _______ 520 a Ar. Atlanta. So __________._.:________-_____ o.1)i______
a ... studying 'means to relieve the farmers _______ 945 a Ar. Chattanooga, So Ry____________________________-Lv. 111 30 p.\: ____ 'i
:? himself against poverty in his declining from the pests and declares that a for- WV11 tell you liow.COUGH _______ 140 p \1 Cincinnati, Queen & ________________ 830 a'___n_

n years, and to help place St Lucie tune awaits the who will devise == 845 P Lv. Cincinnati Big! Four Route--_________________Lv. r 110 a:..-_.--
man ______ Ar. ChICago, Bill Four R'.u.t I 830 .i110
position a _- --------
4; County in the prominent her: := := -------
some: means of checking the ravages of == 835 Lv.Cincinnati. Penn. Lines-_________.-________..Ar. 16 I 43 a == f'f';
geographical location the fertility o'i; the coming insects. 1 p ______ ________
KILL THE ______: 710 a Ar.Chicago, PenD. Linea- Lv. 840 P -.-.-. i
'. her soil and the unsurpassed climate "If their line of march can be determined ::::= 845 P Lv. Cincinnati, C. H. &; D.-Monon______________Ar. 140 ai- -= f

.. she enjoys have destined she should I should advise the farmersto AND CURE THE LUNGS _______ 723 a Ar. Chlr.8jo. C. H. & D-Mononuuul.v. -, 90'! p,__-. 1

hold. dig trenches into which the insectscan u-_____ -945 P L v. Cincinnati, C H "D.-'..Jc.Xn' .. L_______u__.. r. -.00&1--------:- ,II

fall and be drowned. The rivers WITH Dr _______ 520 a Ar. Toledo, Co H. & D-hch Cent----------Lv. 1110 P ___._ i
f King'sNow Ar. Detroit, e. H. & D-alieh. Cent-----_____Lv. 1000 pl.
725 a __ .. -:
will be of great assistance to the farmers :::: :::=;
lb. Johnson and Thompson ?) 8 30 p Lv. Cincinnati, Penn. Lnes.uuuu.M, 630. __.__ ,
countless millions of the Insects -----
as. _______ 555 a Ar. Plttsburg. Penn, .Lines____:_________. ._ Lv ..815 1'I; ;
: =:::=: =
:;,: And the Barking D<; will f:1l1lnto such streams as the Platte Discovery -_______' 930 P Lv. Cincinnati, Rig our_______________________-A'I I ----- r
1, and the Missouri and the Red River Of fi 45 a Ar. Cleveland. Big Fouru________________________ 9301)l-____ l'
: and Thompson were next the North, but little can be done to destroy Price _==__=_=_=_:_ 530 P Lv. Lexington. So. Ry___________________________LV.I'1045 S,____.:. t
the winged hordes having the FOR CONSUMPTION 50c &$1.00 _______ 810 pAr. Louisville, So. Ry_____________________________ 140 .L____ f
; :, JOHNSON hhor"barked. Jolmsoii a vousiditiibl.had a* migratory instinct. Stan-atlon..the outcome Free Trial. _______ 732a Ar. St. Louis, So. Ry.__________ __._______ __. /1010 p'1' 1

VV. of their own work is about the Surest and Quickest) Cure for all Limited." Solid Vestibule Train.
: 'part of every nl. ht. Finally Thompson Nos. 13 and J.t-'Tbe Florida Daily Through. Day f
E only means of their destruction."I THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati.
: said to :
would make one suggestion" said or MONEY BACK.
: "Look here, Jolmsonve have always
the .scientist. "Some. time before the I No. 5 So.13 Between Jacksonville and Kansas City. I tin ul So. 6 I
;: been friends and I hope you won'ttake

a offense if I tell you that the bart- last Invasion of the locusts, before the == 145 p Lv. Jacksonville Fla, So. _______________________ 935 1520 1-==

and western 'country was turned Into fertile ______ a Ar. Atlanta Ga., So. Ry---------------------_-Lv. p -__--
Is t
lug of your dog driving me my fields. It was discovered that a parasite, _______ 1201 Ar. Birmingham. Ala. So. Ry_ __________________--Lv. //1150 pl...__ ,
family mad for want of sleep. which Is. a native of Cyprus Is destruc- The MnslVal.aMe Set of Yacht and Boat- _______ 805 'I Ar. Memphis, Tenn., Frisco---------________--____Lv. I 815 ...... ;:
Dear me,"* said Johnson. "That's tive to locust Building Boots ever Pll lislud. ____n_ 940 Ar. Kansas City, Mo., Frisco------__ Lv. 635p, ____ 1-
eggs. Secretary AgrI- ,
; hadn't noticed that Leo
; queer. I ever I
1 I II culture Wilson should confer: with the RUDDERHOWTO Nos. 13 and 14-The Florida Limited." Daily.
barked of.
to speak
: any scientists under him and. if Le is satis- EXCELLENT DINING CAn SERVICE. (
I >' Two or three evenings afterwar.l BOOKS
fled that the locusts are coming Import J. C. LUSK,District Passenger Agent 108 Welt Bay Street,Jacksonville, {
t s Thompson came' home leading a dog1 Over boats have been built from the lines
: thousands of these Insects and loco C. H. ACKEBT.O. M. W. If.TAYLOE, G. P. A. t
1 ", 'the dog-by a string. printed in these books-Successfully sailed in S. H. HARDWICK T. M. BIHIOKS MOKOAN. A. G. P.A. ,
I turn them loose In the fields and on every clime and upon every sea-Full detail .
: "Now. then. said' he to Mrs. -- --
Thompson -
-- --
is and VVVVV
! elevated places where locusts hatch to drawing of all parts showing what it --- ---------
: :';. "we will soon have a chance to how to make it-Text extremely simple.
destroy the eggs. In themselves these
; : sleep. I didn't like to shoot the beast HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50 THE BRIDGEPORT
4 Cyprus Insects would not destroy the
;! while he belonged, to Johnson so I IS fool ft-oir ntUnt Lurk,easy to ImiU;'ram.all In oiwerp )
crops. i good racing tart for a buy to lean the buiBeM in.
1: have bought him. Nobody: can blame HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK ,

k' us for killing! our own dog. I'll gets The intent itching characteristic of A fine boat for atternam ailing or Inorkimr about h
... .
some chloroform tomorrow. salt rheum and f''z.'nlie instantly allayed rig ibnal; full- lit*ot completed toala s "THE MOTOR THAT MOTES"There

::' A month passed, and Johnson and by anplyin! ChRmhE>rhin's Salve HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP 4
Thompson met \/; a dire for skin diseases this f-tlve is foot tncmcful nnns &hIDe net designed; a prix -
; inner in AueiK-a,A>i. and Autralia; tmij to baud; iai
"Well Thompson, you haven't chloroformed unrqnaled medicine dealers.For sale by all druggist and to WEa With. is no reason why you cannot have a satisfactorymotor

i f r the dog yet." i iI iI I I HOW Simple TO and BUILD partienl.aho.iotr A MOTOR h..toconttTlldalawld LAUNCH outfit. Let us demonstrate The Bridgeport to you

V r.L. : "Xo. said Thompson. "The truth is bull for use with an/woldr..e..1 other plant
Orange buyers are already at B.irtow and we will convince you that there is at least one reliable
l L. we have become rather fond of the fel- HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT
looking up the crop and anticipate an average A fine all am*!**! rruifiinc ,',.'; good cabin; eiceDetfoulrr built. The more severe work the
: \ low. He is so lively-and playful. yield. ; tuiUUc tur&h...kiw nab n. gasoline motor your ,

, !.: "But doesn't his barking at night annoy HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOPA more anxious we are to have you own a Bridgeport, the
'' clrrrr little Mil boat,with moderate
you? Jtg orerhaogi ao(
Children In Pain idaU anti plan reliable and durable motor on the market.
simplest most
k .. "I haven't noticed it" ,
never cry as do children who are suffer HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE
"H'm! said! Johnson. "The brute from Such is the causeofall }:a.y to tden'rvtbIDi\rtl'&i|;hl;just the craft for a bo; _
keeps us awake half the night. I don'tBee ing babies who'ry and are treated for to HOW begmwn.Aai TO BUILD built A TCTJ MODEL cbe.ply YACHT,eitntr iloop or cat ng 7 ,. No Valves No Cams No Gears

how you can put up with it.- sickness, when they really are sufferingfrom A complete dex-npton of bow to build a model;alto lamit
Chicago News. hunger. This is caused from their akiff oatd in tail n;:modela.PRICE Easy to Operate

food not being assimilated but devoured __ _
$1. V.V V V
. I. Frightfully Burned by worms. A few doses of White's Cream EACH Working Parts Quickly Accessible
Vermifuge will cause them to cea e crying ANVWHCHC
t k Cbs W. Moore, a *Ford Bound in cloth-Gold lettering-Size of _
and begin to thrive at once. Give it page tut
City, Pa, had his hand frightfully burned a trial. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy.O.a.rOD.A. 9 by la inches-Larje,ckarly-drawn plans. _
r' r 1 in an electrical furnace He
. ; :; V Arnica Salve with the sppliecBncklenY tunaresult THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.MUHHAT ri :: k Those Who Must Be Satisfied

.. C Smcrr New YOUR. u. S.A Y.T
: : "a quick and perfect care.
Greatest healer on earth for borne, gores, ...... rivals Boaflt Snld postal for Catalogue of Books forYachtsman's V' F. N. HITCHCOCK & CO., Agents

wounds, eczema and, piles. 25 cents aBed ? ct;; t Library. t

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t'l. ;. lea payi/ra are e first Monday lny9 UI08.350:; In 1906;;it.arras 12,585,130,' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo,, .
: N..YV discovered that br scientificallyextracting
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-"' M1r and combining certain medicinal ,
:: .'' vahiaUons increiaed.;from?$1,46,769In "'principles' from'native roots taken
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; : Increase l'h68,2io., ,Telegrapblcompanies' efficient in curing cases of blood disorder
\ and liver and stomach trouble as well as 1L
(, .- : : >> I ,. >valuation- for- '1905 was$$17- many. other; chronic or.,lingering ..ailments. -.

",....:.,.." <'_ i,.394vand" :In; 1966"$23.665": ;.' howing. s' .': This concentrated' extract ofNa'ure'a .
r r 1(' oofue'!' gain :of! =,6,271., .. 'Personal. >- :tiaiaationshire ,. ..' Discovery.vitality"' ,he It named purifies"Golden the blood by l I i ill _

i ,\ r'f.: ..."..", 'J" >" .iriEo:' $1,0I,230 in:1905 f;In;1906 they putting the, stomach';and liver into
) ; healthy condition,, thereby helping the
<':.. ;..t :; -.etot-the'p..r""a"" ..,... ',: 4\::,,:' .. .! wie" S tjlvv;vvO:t-VIuCu made r flU In;; digestion and assimilation of food which ;
\;_E '. '_ i' ,_ :,liittpe correspondent- of the_ I crease-for;theyear of:$H9,460.,' feeds the blood. r Thereby It cures weak
: stomach, Indigestion, torpid liver, or biliousness >
: f:!i ."' .. 1niOn sAysi, :"Messrs Ae'L'. ''and -The:total.', jaltuattoa{: for 190 'was and kindred derangements. .

:4:; ;.' Wilson of'the': ::1 WlfaondCy- I$3,792,713, i for,1906$5,29,544; show-: 'If you hare coated tongue,with bitter
'!:'."- '. \;" .." >f'" ':J. ..."" < ," i !; or'bad taste In the' morning, frequent .
;; '1 ; = pane"r Palatka*together 'mg,the ier t ta1.Jncrease. In, 'j one year' headaches,feel weak easily tired,stitchesor r M
', 7$ W llasrs;RU.t and Owea. 'their n- :I to tiTfHCfroi.: v* pain in side back gives out easily and .yr l / r .

i t :_. .... en rh vi'jeen'here'abi l w .bes-.. i', Assessor: Colaon, in'spealdng: of theceportstates : Irregular aches, belching bowels,.of feel gas flashes[constipation of heat,alternating or-

'..; .tli'#. .g'... Theysarveying the h locationle : ;_ that,. ;lt Izpiobablytheit ; with chilly sensations to or kindred :-
'kf .. symptoms, they point derange-
1ij iite:of,: -immense cypress>> ; gest'and: most favorable.ever givenout ment of your stomach' liver and kidneys,

'' *'I4' WItIL" ',the\fiten ion..of' comnaicing I. ,In.r"the...county.. It shows the. ',peor which correct the 'Golden more speedily Medical and'Discovery"will permanently ,

pie and the ,countyto; be in a yrosperotts than other known agent. Contains "
; :work; on the actual building, any .A line that meets all.demands ,

... ""i li1rtth,.,>" aehort', .time.. Their locationllhe.OntHalfioonLlkei'IIear- ,condition, ;:which'.' ; Is .n&turallyrory ., All its no ingredients alcohol or printed habit-forming in plain drugs.English both as to quality and price

irOC-2 .;; ; the3Moe i gratifying The increase;:, :aow on wrapper.. .
:'!' tle '" ; in real estate and personal prop- The sole motive for substitution Is to
,ii' -Georgia" ,Florida' Mlll, CornS 'ver. : permit the'dealer to make a little more Selling Price from $450 to '$850Full '
iq: : J&Dr.- milL".CSovemoHh'aawtfked", --, > arty is. attributed'largely to'the'phos. He Medical no sub c
statute Golden
'naval stores industries, for Discovery."
< and

(< ,' s 1! :z rhe-. the con-- and- which t" being. operated, exten- Constipation 'causes and aggravates particulars sent on application is:
are serious diseases. It Is
? pardon heretofore rantedPeter many thoroughly .
steely Horn; a negro convicted In One a.laxative;two: or three are cathartic $

;t I1 County in-March, IMS' ,.of,as- present time. ,-' -- INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE, TITDSYILLE : }IJ

f$. 'f;sault, Ith Intent,to kill and sentenced ,Dont Grumble arable Speliiag. I '.,'

ft'it1'lt ;io gene five years,Horn,was granted when yonr joints ache and yon suffer from The simple spelling1 days have come, "
A rhenmntism. Bay, a bottle of Ballard'aSnow When all can spell who wish. f z
}A s i tiondtuonal pardon in"1901, the .con- : Liniment and instant relief. A And none will be considered dumb BRO El
; get E. L. BRADY & ;
} ; Z iuoni.being that he aVouid; abstain positive core for rheoniaUsm, burns, cute, Who can spell it phish for fish. '
But let the styles of spelling change- r
0sthe; : use"of intoxicating liquors contracted moscles;sore chest; etc., Mr. What dif to such as I. ,
g: > ,
JT.. Bogy 'a prominent menmant at Groceries Grain and all Products
X: 5 U4 lead'a"peaceable' ;law-abiding life, Willow Point, Texas, says that be finds Who know that through all apelling'srange Hay,

fti1t { k" j.wasafyested: in" Tallahassee'ona'; BallardV Snow Liniment the beat all They still must spell it p-l-e ,We handle produce of all kinds. We Ire agents for Mapes'Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
r Charge of being drunk: and disorderly, round liniment he ever used." Sold, by ;Baltimore Sun. in the above lines of goods,and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices oa .
t\i. < Grain and all Groceries delivered at;your station. Eo L.BEADY 4 BEO.TITCSVILU,FLA :
Bed Cross Pharmacy, .
f J t} ,has' been, returned' to prison 'to Dont Re1 Blue .' ,

'l;. li (complete sentence.f HAIL, SONS; OF ,SKIDDOO! and reaa.h.lose Herbine all interest'will when make help that is within liver S. J.ORToN

} #r t 1 .As at, present. .contemplated, the perform itsdaties properly. J. B. Vaughn, -
e .. ;
:> 'Daytona;"'DeLand. & st. Johns, River Ban. tbe:23-Joi."Beat New" CI.b-.If Elba, Ala., writes: "Being a constant Hay Qrain, 'rait and I

i W Railroad,..:will .cross, ,the .Boulevard The. Sons Sot.of SkiAloo.It.composed of ,ed sufferer liver,from I have constipation found Herbine and a to disorderS be the Staple and Fancy Groceries, Produce or all Hinds, : 4L1

ff'' south of.'town_ between the 'Boynton, citizens bonTon the 23d of any month, test medicine, for these troubles,on the VEGETABLES SPECIAL'fT1'tusv1.Ue. '

:, 1; .,place..and the shell 'pit. going to the has .been organized' m Waterbury. market I have used it constantly. I be- ,
lieve it be the befit medicine of its Florida
'_ 4of :" : 'river'south of "Gilkn." It is the pur Conn., Sari the New Yort'World. Defiance kind, and to I wish all sufferers from these I I

es :.' poseof the company to have a trolley to those, who scorn, l'twentr.three' troubles to know the good Herbine has
:It;:.. car line, iron the station on the Boulevard : will be hurled during a birthday done me." Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy. WHITEHALL PORTLAND CEMENT
; ,1' dinner of to be .
;'f. < .in to town, probably north on the servedat.twenty-three small tables on

Qi 'New York'' Avenue between Stet- sons of""twenty-three" from ,
t? G.F. DUREJI Agent 500 Barrels will be received in the next .
all the state will be
over invited. The
, "a ": 'aoiand the Aquatic Club house. While I"
'' .team" will between more had its inception with City Clerk 60 days. Costs a little more than other ce-
t beused, as a power +
t : William H. Satidlapd. who was bornon Florida and '
j:' :" the coast and the river for July 23 1868.. At the last city ment, but is better. ,

i: '"t ": ,heavy. traffic., .the street car coaches. election be was the 'only" Republican EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO., '
candidate to win at the polls and gives WesternHeats
Lamar has t
J., f :.' v Hon.. W.'B, filed'applica Dealers in Lombemnd Builders' Material. "
this as proof that Father Skiddoo looks
;Y tion for a soil survey for Jefferson I .
after his anointed.. The constitution Eau Gallie, Florida. +
County and hopes that one will be of the organization states that Its .
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'ordered, by the department by'next purposes are the abolition of foolish superstition -

spring. Samples of soil have been and the exaltation of the of all Kinds.

x 2 :sent on. to Chief Wiley and his assistants name of sklddoo. It Is proposed to .f
make the organization national.
for examination with the view

e of getting definite information as tot Stomacb Troubles and Constipation

availability. ,of our: lands for growing No one can reasonbly hope for good LOW RATES

;'tobacco. The Congressman from the digestion when thebowek are constipated.
1 Mr. Cliaa. Baldwin, of Edwardsville; III.,
;: Third District is hopeful that ethlsIn. says, "I'enffer from chronic constipation VIASOUTHERN

.. county will become one of the centers and stomach troubles for several J.

tobacco years, but thanks to Chamberlain's Stomach \
:. for .shade-grown and irrigated "
and Liver Tablets am almost cured. RAILWAY

$S r : ;. and. if his .hopes are realized Why not get a package of these tablets

eve>{ partly through; his efforts, he and get well and stay well? Price 25 cents. *, Mich. anti re-
For sale all and medicine $44,05 tJST"
by druggists
will deserve and enjoy the appreciation
; 4
dealers. Tickets sold daily, limited Oct. 31. 1906.
t of our citizens-Monticello News. Saratoga Spring, N. V..
.- Child Too Much For a Bear. $5410 and retain.
': A, .dispatch, to the Times-Union from Margaret Maurer of Wilkesbarre, Tickets sold daily, limited Oct.31. 1906. f.fILVIC 'i I tvl

0" Tallahassee' says: '''Judge 'Malone has Pa., seven years old, recently routeda tJiCC.95 return.Lake George, N. Y. and 11.f

n L,. :ruled ,that,the State Board of Pardons big black bear in the dense woods'of 'Ii'Tickets sold daily limited Oct. 31, 1006. ) .

r '.-. cannot compel Peter Horn to return tot Pocono mountain says the New York $22.90 Washington, D. C.. and _'_
balance Herald. Her father 'Charles Maurer. [ return. 1;
.the convict camp to serve the ; Sold July 27, 30, Aug. 8. Extension I
with his wife and
children was driving -
k of ''his term. Horn was recently ar- Sept 8.
over the mountain when the bear Paul, or Minneapoli
_,S .:rested here and"ordered returned to lumbered out of the woods Into,,, the $33>UV/ Minn.,and return. fliLr-

\' the convict camp to,serve the balance middle of the road. The horses, frightened Sold Aug. 10 11. 12, limited Aug. 31. Ex. -
tension Sept. 30,1906$4s.95
violated the backed down the road and all In
sentence ,
of: his. having Niagara FalbS.: Y., anil / r
conditions of his.\ pardon by being. the carriage sprang out. While her return.
father was trying to control the horseslittle'Margaret'ran Tickets sold daily, limited Oct. 31, 1006.
disorderly: He was convicted
.,' 'drunk and down tbe road to- tKO Or) Toronto, Canada and re-
in 1S98 for Ip turn.
in.Gadsden County ward the bear quite unafraid. The Tickets sold daily, limited Oct. 31, 1906.

'' assault with intent to kill, and sentenced bear waited until the child was ten or tiAA 17 C Atlantic City, N. J., and

to five'years in the convict fifteen feet away and then ran with P TX. I (J return. A AND
Tickets sold daily, limited Oct. 31 1906.
T : conditional all speed into the woods:
t r camps. :He was,granted a $52 75 Newport, K. I., and re- !
Judge Malone turl..
A ;<; pardon January. HELP IS OFFEREDTO Tickets sold daily, limited Oct. 31,1906.cb37 r. '

=a ruled that the term of original WORTHY TOCHO PEOPLE fin Washington, D. C., and

Rr :sentence had expired, ,and the board We earnestly request all young persons, Tickets. on sale return.daily,limited Oct. 31, 1906. y

-x' :could not, send him back to prison, no matter how limited their means or Denver, Colo., and re- ,.
duration, who wish to obtain a thorough $42.65 tarn.
$; '. business training and a good position, to Tickets sold July 9, to 14, limited Ang. 23
::X'"S Alfoma* ..* the write by first mail for our great half rate 906. For sale by the

Kin 1r'Alfpnso of Spain entered a to- tffer. &46.05 Chicago, 111., and re-
at La Granja the other indepenttencP tarD.
shop and
Success, probable On sale daily,limited Oct. 31, 1906. F
morning to buy some cigarettes. In then f ortnne are guaranteed. Don't delay. [}QQ fifMinneapollc, Minn. and INDIAN RIVERMUSIC '
< shadow he perceived one of the snatchs Write todav.THB. 'pOO.UVJ retain. .
::4 lets who had been arrested for the outrage GA.-ALA. Bra COLLEGE, Tickets on sale Aug. 10, 11, 12, limited /
Ga. Aug. 31. Extension 30.$162nnozville.
In the:Cane Mayor and addressed Macon L. HOUSE
Tean. and re-
,'hlm'amWngly.. 'says the Paris Figaro. HOLLi.u ..n''S {,
:_4 __ The anarchist, who was very confused Mountain Tea Tickets sale July 7, 14. 15, limited fifteen -
did :'not ,taow what to Bay, but the Rocky 1 days. Extension Sept.30, 1906. TITUSVILLE FLA. :
; king completely,reassured him A Buy Medidw fcc &jy FwpU. $32.10 Milwaukee, WI.. and re- ,
L t young; Boldtt Bialta aid Kami flpt. turn.
praam*. bis band ,.and :acminjthe Hap .Lin Tickets on sale Aug. 10 11, 12, limited log
polke-,.who often, be atM.'; arrested tonocent Ind A raedflc Katey for 8bdlgeltlol!ImpunHood. :., 11106.
persons, :AJftaisc; tOOk: a,jose Bad ebe Passenger and Ticket Offie
booquet.and offered aDd Badtftcbe. It's Rocky JIaaDt&Ia Tea iu tab 108 W.Bay SU rhODe 743 \
from ..the'queeA' Ie& torn 85 Genuine tude bySouism
melted In CaQAT Madison.WIa J. C. LTJSZ
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PetitioQ of G/A. :Ctriile.-,al, citizens THE STATE IH8AKE AflYLUXGOT. :
of Mira and.LaGnoge prayingfora: public .
: ; !: :, .t :j
:' "; { Broward :Baporta the Institution "
"Maltiagiatthe'Chamberlain'su ; .
: v ,road :
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1 titjIiaI ._?iUj' ftIi __. ranning:in:a'- direct ::line toward : izi.Very Good Condition'

: -f :t.Jt'I--: Oat HOI as\:fcras>the county,Hoe '.Governor Broward baa 'recently'finished Jf
1& .
!t >...> $ c....:,. V JtaA' ...received and J.:0.'Fries, R.'Rocker, ': Jf

flIDAtV : 1'i t'' ".. ,,,, ,, ....._-Ii'.. < i'_.... and?: W..Roberts..are appointed a computtee 'an ,official Inspection of the State f
_ : helltetutd t'coeamtttwonetetnet, 'to mark,:view 'and lay ,out;said Hospital for the insane at Chattahoochee, JI

aathis'a+ :' road and that they'raport to the board at and seems to be entirely satisfied-with
ttgtt ;A. H,1906. |
., ....,1. ...;...... ,' in .
/' their meeting on first Monday' Sepkmber1966
.' :Present<'EA.Conkling: ehurmanWooten; : > conditions there.: I

<' J -"'itr." Pnblt'attbe .; :': JlJf5Mi i.J:';-- Report of John, -Powers, !,cattle inspectorof State Treasurer 'Knott, andCol.L.E:
".. ,,'.".., .''-..- .". .,.'.. >.&hi. fP1ii..c. '- "",._ three d'iT7l.tb' ;.a.b,..i.: A.Ar; :, Stewart, ;" beef butchered at'Cocoa during. month Boberson, of Live Oak accompaniedhim i
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:: .." ''-.O1&1' )lMf ecttsip1Mform. ylerk iln l'e._ ,sheriff.! ; '. of July 1906 was received.: on Lie tour of inspection. To a Live j
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:r- ..:'f. ". !>.wo.' ., .._'=",1i,'.D....I... ..; 1 JDDQteeot Ia tineeting.''Bond'of .' Road commissioners': report ot ,N.}I. Oak' Democrat correspondent he ,said,
.? Fish and H. H:Same marking viewing
the earth "*' L' ,
HnbirH "
.", ,.i.-aMll ; other things "I think that Capt.Whitner I
: among :
; ,
+ ... '-./
f 4saSS road Ooorte-
: i r>' b \jw and laying out a public at
,.". --._..-f ; "."-:,;;< -' .' ..',..."U.i-.. : '-;'":;':'"'. .. BrK. 'Wilson, ,kroountyjudge, nay was received. The same will be de- and, his staff have the entire i

._...," <,..M""''';' Sf:,:-ii rf ii'*** >* .p'"i -e> with' CL-,A, "\Gdner- and- :L..As Bndi. dared a pablic'road at the next meetingof hospital in excellent;shape. We visited

.,? ? : ;'_y0ikifsrirtiwity: Republicans u safeties was 4prved.i. ," the board there being no protest. every ward 'in the 'hospital,,and found : ': 4IR1i
: It f. ordered that the sheriff purchase {
tie Meirent 'i&1i ut ;the
; % i. B..HoImes everything and one neat and dean
i. Bond
e. '; : .". -' : : of R.. ;as notary..public, a jail record. every
himsake'heed 'Ii '
',.... >U"-"i'a. [' :u.C' "'"'-eioirisq eereadingr. ."Let.t. wad. .8.'"' .,'Travand.J,. Mr Sanders as. I ",The brard opened' the bids for roadwork In most cases the patients seemed contented i
j ; '
,fi1-s' w.,. thaa tbiotetb. hi aGuideth,., ,,,. pat; .: 'sureties"waiappmiedNrBondiof,1 : ." The bid of H. W. Christian of and reasonably happy'although,
J; "., lese' lie fI1IU.) .miDOr\t1.rADd\ Mr. |29 for road contract No. 5 ia hereby ac
j _
... : W,.S.:' Norwood;for registrartion of course, ,there are some who do not
_"iit'i.' ;'" .';Foes ;the;p nIpadvocate: ;: of redprodty7 offieei'withW.; : .It... Jones. and J.;.M.Qebari cepted.The.bids of J.'W.OSban for road work realize their condition, and quite naturally -

tf is DiDiir'be'pab icail.D..1lor nomi-- 'was approved ";', are laid over till next meeting of theboard. wish to get out. The buildings! and

'x ; Lieut.;Governor: :'against.the .' .
Clerk's report of:_redemptions for ; grounds are excellent shape, althoughsome
:: .:'.&anc P it8rDI'a rito; 'diKo'erf
:p.' :r' the"people: :: wili '.,make. :,.the above.. come er for court bQuse and, codnected
",.,'- "i.".".<."o.\'. -- \ :Report of;'Justices of.the Peace W. C. with the town sewer. can not be made until the completionof

f','f1t't..i.f". --"':;' .truer' : -, *.! _._-_.._-." ,-..... Peterson and C.;.T. McBride was received. Applications of F. A. Losley to sell liq- the new building now nearly finished
-" The equalization of tax books was rearrangement t
i { l" The deposits in' the National,Banka, _. sell
[: ; 2; Horace Y. Pius to wines, beer and of
patients a thorough overhauling &
taken ,
li i aporf which they pay,,no}Interestir amounted up., : and liquors in election district No. 2; 5
'on July, '23rd' to "5f83,790,68L Bird rIN. } of lot 6, '..Wager's snb'd-of lots, John Powers to sell wines, beer and liquors the old buildings.

t %J\:: ';.r, Secretary. Shaw has.promised tberl banks 4,'5.6, blk'A*' Titnsville;.sec. 3, f p. 22 &, in election district No. 5; Fred Fish.. This investigation was probably canted
fit. >
R.'35 east,Mrs Josie Wager,'raised from er to sell liquors, wines and beer in election .- by the published statements of a Mr.
i let .of the $30,000,000( .
ti: to them have most district No. 4; Horace Y. Pitts to sell
.12-50( .to $4 the Bale
hich'w_ 1I be forthcoming from liquors wines and beer in election district -
B. Burns lot. 11 S. 5 1\. county, which reflected the manage -
: terms. ex. No.4. were received and filed and
of Panama bonds. on t het,same CLEMENTINA GONZALES,
L.. 'f. This is soft for' the banks- ,;they Wager's subd, of lots 3, 4, 5, 6, blk. A., ordered published and complaints, if ment.- Jacksonville Metropolis. 1
there be will be heard at the next OF
--fir' Titnsville ; S. R. 35 E. any,
subscribe. for the:bonds and still I keep sec 3/jp..22. reduced meeting of the board. .
Et1'" to Weekly Weather Report. RESTORED TO HEALTH.
j S;;. -. tbemoney' but. draw the intereetwhichthe from $250 $150. '.The proposition made by R. ''N Andrews

1 ':-: bonds call! ,.for. great financier Mrs.'Dora. .Definer... begin 105 ft.8.. of publisher of the Cocoa & Rock- U.8.DEPARTMENT OF AGSICULTUKE:WK ATB- PE-RU-NATHEREMEB1C ,

?J} ii' > 'fug"for ,the i"anks') but rather expensive Broad St: on'E/side of Washington Ave. ledge News, that he will do all the county KSBUBEAC.JCPITEfi -

run south 12$'ft:, E. 125 fL, N., 12} ft printing at discount, of 50 per cent from FLA., Ang 7. 1906. Pro
! y:, t for the taxpayers. Miss Clementina GoD!( 181,Hotel
I : : the legal rate is hereby accepted for one of
..' ,' .. W.. 125 ft., being. a part of lot 4 of blk. E. Comparative statement temperatures Tincia, Guatemala, 0. A, in a recent
b>. :;i 1. year. tad rainfall for the week ending Tuesday
,Titusville; sec. 3, tp 22 S., R. 35 E reduced The clerk is instructed to purchase 1906 1905 letter from 247 Cleveland AT*.. Chicago
s i keeping! t
.The Js wisely |
public very -
t4 S ? from $50 to $25. 1,000 stamped envelopes for county pur- DATE. MAX. MIS. VAX. Xll{. 111., writes:
' oat fJ Wall 'Steet/' but the Republican Aug. 1. 69 74 89 76
. Peter Nelson, lot A,, Rerdell's add. to poses. 41 2. 85 74 90 76 "I took Peru_ for a wara-out coo
K'' campaign bud. Collectors are making Warrants were drawn upon the several
r dltioo. l'wu down that Iconic
: Titnsville, sec. 3, tp. 22 S., R. 36 E., re 3. 86 71 90 76 so run
funds the amounts
r many'pilgriniage9 to the .headquartersof. aggregating following : 14
4. S6 73 89 77 not sleep tt olfht bad BO appetite"
the trusts,:the tariff beneficiaries and duced from $1,500, to $1,000. General fund___._____________._$ 1,209.48 44 5. 86 75 89 76 felt tired la the moralng.
.Lots J,2, 3, 4, 5(7, 8,_9, 10, 1L, Rerdell's Road Fund Dist.. No. 1.___________ 5.00 44 6. 88 80 89 76
the ,banking, magnates. The. ,Life.... Insurance Titnsville .. 4' 2____________ 280.48 7. 86 73 89 76 "I tried many tanks, but Perua
rG : companies are barred, this year, add. to raised: from_$975to N 3_........___. 58230 Total rainfall for the week. 1.70 inches. was the only thing which helped 00 to
: $1,500., -. .. 4.___._______ 10.37N Departure rainfall for the .week plus .58 the least. After bad taken but a half
.as,the policy .holders :'!91rakhithe In the matter of assessment of real l estate ** ** 5___?________ 1500 inches. bottle I tcK much better I coaikattf
officials. to prevent the funds_being Special Road Fond Dist. 2._____..__ 185 98 Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st plus Its use tor three weeks aod was com
squandered, 'as y'were' by 'the subscriptions of D. L. Ganlden it is ordered by the Game Warden Fund_________.__.' 37.00 12.39 inches. pletely restored to health and was
,. ; made the Roosevelt board that the valne as fixed by the board'remain'as Fine and Forfeiture Fund..._.,__ 2915Feeding H. P. HAEDIS, able to take up my studies whkllllwtbeen
to cam '
it is at present. I Prisoners Fund127.20. ;, Official in Charge. forced to drop. There Is ttotMaf

paign fend ia 1904... r The treasurer's statement was. checked Total- -_______ ________.$ 2,57396 better than Peruoa to. build up the-
"" ; Old maids wonldbe scarce andhard to find, system."Clemeatlas Qoozales.
;; : :
j; and T. i Cbckshutt and F. A. Morgan
np < Could they be made to gee,
\ There: will ;'have?to be'.a shake-up in < Annual ReportOf Address The Peruna Medicine Co,
How and is combinedBy
were appointed a committee. destroythe grace beauty
' : J of Columbus, Ohio, for Instructive fro
the manaJemenjexpress.companies
.. '. paid warrants turned, over by the the superintendent of public instruc- using Rocky Mountain Tea. caUrrh.
literature on
law. As it is .the Ask
under now
.tlie new druggist.
tion your
treasurer with his report. They reported for the year ending Jqne.gOth, 11)06.
I :(:r.' officials of railroads are officials of Express tricts in the the first in
'- that they had performed their duty and FINANCIAL STATEMENT.BECEIFTS. county Monday
vice versa which Registration Notice
companiea.and ,
September and will be two days in
were discharged ,by the board. The open

would indicate a conspiracy. in restraint treasurer'had'attached to his report a certificate Balance cash from lastyear ..____$ 2,663.60 The registration books will be opened each week, the days to be designated by

'x of trade, especially'i as there is Ito competition showing that the amount his report County levy 1905________________ 12.62428 at the court house the first Monday in the district supervisors. The books will
between express companies -at 44 previous years______ 73813 Angust, for the of registering all
bound called for was on deposit in the Indian' Poll taxes 1905____.____:______. 499.00! close in all districts in the county the
joint points)1Vhat the people. are Riv istat'e bank to his credit as N' ** previous years ._.....__. 170.00 qualified electors who are not registered second Saturday in October,. according to- I

i to have before they get done 1 legislating' county treasurer. Specialdistricttaxes 1903_.....__- 2,068.06 and will be opened three days in each law. This Aug. 1st, 1900. F

about corporations! is" competition, or Letter of complaint from. Mr.. )[. M. Interest from state fund previous.___years_____ 310.89 232.80 week, Monday Friday and Saturday W. S. NOBWOOD, I

where competition is hot possible such State 1 mill tax________.._..__._ 814 80 from 9 a. m. until 12, and from 2 p. m. Supervisor of Registration for Erevan
McLeod received. On motion it is
.,, Ay. just-rates as :the'situation ;:demands. was Examination fees._.-....-------- 13.00 till 5. The books will open in all* dis- County. \
+ ordered tliat'tbev.alu""ion on his lot as State aid to graded and high schools 939.60 -
the ew'aw is found not suf6cientto i ----- --- .- ---- r
.. chapter 5383 laws ___.___ 359.00
fixed by the board remain as it is at
i 1.i& insure thatthe law will be further amend pres. From treas. SL Lucie county____ 1,271.80
J. R. Walker sales supplies, etc.___ 336 24 Female T 3
ed by Congress.' Congress hereafer will ent.The equalization of taxes resumed."B. Florida College

$ be in the hands of the people instead of was Total receipts______..__.____._ 23,041.20
; C. Snyder, begin 466 ft. N. of S. W.
I being as heretofore a corporation DISBURSEMENTS.
r anq@
.: -i corner:of lot 5, run N. 133 ft. E. to river, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
S. 133 ft. and W. to beginning, sec 28, Old 1905 warrants________outstanding_____ July,$ 4.0-15.19 .
David M. Parry, the Indianapolis --------- IT POSSESSES IT EMBRACES
L tp.2-1 S R. 36 E, raised fromtOO to For new buildings______ ._.._______ 732.17 '
manufacturer and railroad official who $600. 44 repairs_______. ___ _____..__ 216.69 Ideal location, College of Liberal Arts,
has been fighting the Labor Union for furniture __-.._-.----_.._--._ 119.60 Excellent equipment, School for
Erastns Hover,J acre on Indian river insurance._____ _____________ 442.50 Teachers,
: tears'as president of the National Association being part of lot l 5, des. deed book E., 44 janitor____________.________ 82.00 Standard curriculum, School of Music, vocal and indru 4'
oP Manufacturers, is much 44 fuel____________________.___ 5.50 Spacious gymnasium, mental -#!; '1 '
page 136. tec. 28'tp. 24 S., R. 36 E, re. free books _____u___.____..___ 29070 Heated including pipe organ,new
$ opposed to laboring ,men requiring duced from $500 to $350. transportation of pupils_______ 962.75 swimming pool, instrument. '.

pledges of candidates lor Congress Application of A. J. Davis to do bns'tness School of Industrial Arts including:
__ t
incidentals----------- 16663
legislatures.: Parry is ardently for manufacturers High moral environment, *
without a license, for the fact of his 44 school supplies__..___.....___ 26623 Domesticseience and \rl. *
,c : ,. organizing to protect their being:: a disabled ex-Confederate soldier, teacher's salaries...._..._.... 9,705.00 Admiral: college spirit, School I of Expression.Young r
interests: but bitterly opposed to l labor 44 salary of superintendent 90000 Steam; heat, electric light. ;,
was received and on motion the request diem and mileage of board 3.15:0
j : organizations for the protection of the

interest of the workingman. He sub is hereby granted under the acts of 1899, .44. Com... paid" tax treasurer.410.11 collector...__.__ 42.03 ladies contemplating entering the College this Fall should write at once z
chapter) No. 4667 (No: 1)) sec. 1, laws of 44 incidental hoard and 77.85 Session 26 and continues r
; scribes money to elect a Republics i exp. supt. for dormitory room. begins Wednesday, September ,
Florida. 44 printing financial statement___ 24.00
F, e. Congress that will "stand j at" and give 44 expenses of examinations____ SO.00 eight months.
! special favors to his'class and I derides i Tax collector's report of licenses! collected 44 attendance teachers' as'n, etc.106.00 For catalogue and detailed information write to .

fur the period ending July 31, 1906, interest to banks...........__ 25396 A. A. MUKPHBEE President.
r labor, for pledging 'candidates to stand 44 all other purposes_..._...... 1355.85 ,
amounting to $5 for the county, was re-
ti for what the workingmen desire for then -- -
I As cd\oed. Total ______.___ _______------.$:926.96
interest it is the
Tax lector's report of poll taxes collect Warrants outstanding July 11900.. 795.33
have carried out the Parry program am, Western & Atlantic Railroadand
ed for the year 1905 during the mouth of (20.131.63
the manufacturers: have the inside track
July 1906, amounting to $1 was received. ,
i while labor holds the little end of the 2,909.57Totalp23,04120 '
horn. The following petition was received. the-

_______ -
To the Honorable
Board of Co.Con
: I
r ir A Question of Tainted Money k1Ce.tlie SrMMARY. Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway
lers'Kiiedtruckers and growen Warrants outstanding Jnlj-1. 1905._$ 4,045.19 ..
y If the Republican Con iotal' coin >, of this vicinity, desire to call your attention 4' issued dnnng the yeai__ 16,881.77 ,

ii F mittee is only going to collect $1 fron to a matter, that, perhaps has not Total-______u.______ ___________$-. '-6.96
these membtrra of the party who fee'I i piesented itself to you in the same fightas Warrants paid daring the year_.___ 20131,63 DIXIE FLYER ROUTEOffers

like subscribing, why did the party we tet'it, and we pray that you will
Outstanding July 1. 1906u_____._$ 79533
leaders refuse to pass the Tillmati bil in some way remedy same. Yon are using best service to St. Louis and Chicago and points West! and Northwest.

which prohibited corporations from, (convict labor at the poor farm in producing Warrants outstanding July 1, 1906.$ 79533
to Some Cash in hands of treasurer, July 1,
giving money political parti?
products Clm} e. 1906__________ ___._________ _____. 2.909,37 Shortest Route, Quickest Time
how the two facts don't seem to jibe and tition with our products and the effect is

there is a sneaking suspicion'that Chairman that you glut the local market to our detriment Net surplus in funds______.__.____j 2.1 U.24 Train leaves Jacksonville at 9 p. m., running solid to Atlanta. Through Palace e

I : Jim Sherman would not refuseslarger On you not arrange in someway Day coach to Xashville. -

;. donation from the Sugar trust, the to dispose your products in tome GENERAL REPORT FOE THE YEIB. Pullman Drawing Room Buffet Sleeping cars through from Jacksonville t4.

Standard Oil trust, the Beel trust or even other market and leave this as it was be- Number of white schools maintained..IS Louis and Jacksonville to Chicago. Solid vestibule train from Jacksonville to'Atlanta
; and Nashville to St. Louis.
Number of colored schools maintained Atlanta to Nashville
:' the railroad corporations if checks were fore the poor farm was established? We 27 Ask for tickets via Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis railway

> forwarded' in plain envelopes. It will be ask your earnest consideration of this Number of white teachers t'mployed25 c.

S t- remembered that even President Roosevelt question. Number colored teachers employed.10-35 t Leave Jacksonville, 9:00 p. m.

,,; denounced Jodge/Parker for charging Signed: J. a Mendel, J. W. Montgomery Leave Atlanta: 9:35 p. m.
ENROLLMENT OF PUPILS. Leave Chattanooga, 1:15 p. m. _
that the trusts and corporations had A. J. Carter, A. J. Moore, Louis Total white males_________.________..338 Arrive Nashville 6:55 p. m. Jr.

subscribed to the Republican campaign K. Myers, Aug. Nelson,Cbas. W. Carlile, Total white females..,.-----__-------305 I.eavea.shnlle, 8:00: p. m. y

fond .in 1904, but ,has since been proven John Coward;Cleveland Simmons U. A. 643 Arrive Martin 1205: p. m. ;:
Total colored males___.__________.._.136
that inch funds i were solicited "aDdceived re Carlile, J. 'W.'Carlilt', S. C. T. Warren, Total colored females -________-____155 Arrive SL Louis, 7:30 a. m. :
Leave Nashville 8.-00 .
especially from the funds of the -- 291 p.
H. A. Campbell. W. H. Maxwell, John Arrive Chicago, -l

4 Life.Insurance.. corporations- which should Atkinson,J. S. Gilbert, W. W. McKinny, Total both races___._____.____..... 934 .ry-
hat been sacred to, the widows 'am Andrew Froscher John Carlile, Joseph ATTENDANCE OF PCPIL8. Questions cheerfully answered. ..
-'T- For further information, rates etc., call on or write to ': ,
orphans of the policy holders. And there, Warren, G. Nolle, Philip Wm. Roberts, Daily average white males-----____-239 ,-<
ia iMtJMord of the President having N N 44 females ----______20444? COLE
J. Z. Kyzer, L. L. Price, M. T. Jones, DANLST

=x r apoiogaedrto Judge Parker nor thai Richard Blatebford, P. L. Kyzer, W. 'S. Daily average.. colored males..._......108 ;

'reetlttztIoooftbiYiofed. money baa ban Ballon. John JI&O'or1.;: ". females_-_..__.129 237 Florida Past eager Agent

..... On motion request of is refused. Both races..._.:.__...._-.___.- -660 212 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, TLA.m ;pI

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I "':. lIB- D' ;W; 4 WHBgEAS. The legislature" of 1905. under the Senate,who shall-hoM h*, afetfer trine .1C -'. ar_.

"" -A'.., fS -"l"" .t 1't... 'i b,,.- "_. 1rr",1i.",, -,._".'. i. A'r.i. r."i...j: -, FrtC .. :r' 4 "-' -: '; i the O nstitutloq of 1885. of the State of years and whose salary aWl>*t9 th< nmV% % .
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_\H ".\ -T 1 "": 1 1 I 1 : to:Cirrj:OB I Florida pas five Joint Resolutions propoIiq the of Ea.bia.- Th i l' i- _,
: : 'JI8w J nO : ; Iorsi.propodtloih fcidi amendments to the Constitution of the ly by unty cn* ':
'': ". :..; .-.f'";; r 'b ,. -'J Y'H' .y: .State of Florida and the came were.agreed court of record nowestJ. >ltthe4 ia'Eaa ,
-"-. ..a .... _t : ',, # : !? ..k krsu :tobaTG&eof three-fifths of all the membra county'.shall' pon tie sdoptioo of ,- -- .
_>, i'f.(1. ... ::::;.. 'k. ";. .7fH Jd'g"g4 f. <; :" '" elected to each House; that the vote on said become and TM we GOUt of m*famenijmenta -, : :
.".t.v....;,$.Jfi B ." .oJ.. ""f- P.., : ". <.,,,-f '" :Napoleon B. Broward, Governor" ofFlorida Joint Resolutions were entered upon their ord as herein provided aDd all ottoen of wtk g, H" -,
2""l.fJ'< -I D'"l' 4. the Do ytia ;.e 1t Pl'1he \Why who is trying, tocarry' Loot adrainafB8cheme spective :Journals, with yeas and nays criminal court of' record:anN etitiepa-"srs" 1 #
:> thereoa.and they did determine and direct such court of record and diacharg thdati Wiand
<: > IUDI -
,5...J. .. ct-?- ._" ; *+-:.* '*>] b'twitc1wltb+ kHave ,jnvolvin? the Ever* that the said Joint Resolutions be submitted receive the emolument of each utit the. **K
't:, ;.J-ii,,'i '"..+.1,;."'i attra r -UIIt.L '.J' Mot. ',Teat.7'ffsu ite Oil;? !I. JustlpiitpavJt glade; comes GOt in a personal appeal l in to the elector of the State at'the General expiration of their present term of o ce,t'j
i1.' ..' '' c. '' '- .L'fY ; Jr qo Election in November 1908. ,Section 4L The said court and judge shall :. MI!
::. '. fotf. aloe. 1'eUOII. : O a the.;DeLand Mercury, asking donationsbf'stampsor all IH ir
: .- .1'f1o' ; -'' 1 er's' IH iriVic r--'ud ,hay NOW. THEREFORE. I.H. CUT CRAW. havl'axelusiye original jurisdiction ef dim- ,.
x" r r .81-:1.-,., rhofomeriyfWd iq hoevme.Comteel ."' -" --1 *.4--'Cfrfy. on iiia |iteiary FORD Secretary of State of the State of inal cases not capital which shall arise ia Ea-, ,

.' .,t. : I for Miff* Helen Wilmans Post, long, 'lhlckJ, liiIr'.; ,soft_, ,;, :;even 0. boreaa. -In" part. fiov., Broward Florida do,hereby give notice that a cambu county, and shall have in F.ica1abfa' R
county,concurrent with thetticsit Court aad
: -
.i. ;,'''J F :9'j.x'.6t.8esbreeze '}iineo taj' 'healer," convicted hair. Bufirst. of {ill, stopyourihain ,. says: GENERAL ELECTION Circuit Judge of said county,the same original -

t t l1at-l i l_tbe'ilnittd.Ststa 3 i ju di : omcolatn ',"out, I. 7"I stated in several pablic speeches daring Jurisdiction of all other cases and matters hr_ .;
; .
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t'f 'rtfd.01 ."' will be held .each Connty in Florida on the circuit court and circuit of said coany. f
w .'{" *.uuwaat use of"1.D fWft'W.tDi Savewhat you ;have:. Ayer's' I .the primary campaign, to.the people_ Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday in .and the same power to issue writs of man- ;

oa 1 bodnees, of.aitenW.. bailer. ,, Hair-Vieorwill not disappointIt assembled. that I was defraying, personally November'A. D., 1906. the said Tuesday be. damns injunction quo warranto, certiorari,
i "" ing the prohibition.habeas corpus and all writs prep-
:' '(' 1iiJ' ywtierdy, file4'.'another' rootion'for. 4,new. the expense of sending out certain and necessary to the complete exercise of -
',-"<", ':i.1.f.triil-., .. .. : y u.; : feeds the:hairbutbsImates.aeAhair 'data on'the' subject of draining the SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBERfor their jurisdiction as the circuit court and eir
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,(n*.r: ,;.: ..,'.tl. re.;are_.'ee'era1JJI'OU_ d "on'wbichw1s < : siroag.! Everglade, and on the subject of the > ratification or rejection of the said and nit judge authority of said to county summon, except and empanel the power a

;'"..p W :.1 !.{ Led. bo ttiemaeoportent IIn.t ?The best kind. of a testimonial-, collection of the drainage tax, under the Joint Resolutions proposing Amendments to' grand jury.Section '
.- -t..1IoJ4'f xtJ" ,., T the Constitution,,of the State of Florida. via: 42. There shall be six of said '
IJ terms
relate to, "the discovery i of anleged a-. I law enacted by the 'last Legislatare, and court in each

': 1-Jjl'tt-.'W'1; .I letter: written by B..'.L.Wills. ,.M.P : ._1.0. 'SiStar.e..' in furnishing data to the voters, showingthe ARTICLE XXVIIL Section 43.. year.There shall be for said court a

:: ; ;; i.witness for theUnited States,in the .reasons, why Joinf..Reablation No..4, That the following amendment to Article prosecuting attorney who shall be appointed .
tiersof XVI of the Constitution of the State of Florida by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate
_t s fewe against,Mr Post(which, flatly con; to be voted for or against in the comingfall be and it is hereby agreed to and shall and.,who shall hold his office for four years

d >jtttdictt>",hia ,.statement on tBe efind,."the. 1 'election, should be adopted. r also be submitted to the electors of the State tthe His.[ compensation shall be fixed by law. "
o_f. = general election to be held OD the first Section 44. AU offenses triable in said court
r tWendiintavertti stated in these several
; public speeches
after hall be
,'i.:1 -7jf'.J' -' c Tuesday the first Monday in November prosecuted upon information under
; ii'1'Thediecre. : C1.i.CC JDU::. '.' ; to the people that if the expense became A. D. 1906, for ratification or rejection. oath to be filed by the prosecuting attorneykut 4
-w coort and sentence pronounced the Section 32. The Governor the the grand jury of the circuit court for said
;t (menta regarding thadifleaee for which lie too great for me to bear 'alone, that'twould Comptroller -
i 'the State the indict for offense triable in
Gener county
i' ** ft* "* i'1"* *"\ '" defendant Treasurer Attorney may any
=. ;, .l.H, *treated one.English;: .. .According tothe f call upon them to contribute al, and the Commissioner of Agriculture of thecourt of record. Upon the finding of such
'"'...:"H'r.7', ;..mdpofor( anew trial I. ,'it issetup'thatrte ; .Appeal,taken to the circuit court and either stamps or money ,to defray the the State of}Florida and their successors in indictment the circuit judge shall commit or
the "appeal set for argument the office, are hereby constituted and designated bail the accused for trial in the.court of word
1 S i:on the stand be swore he treated the'WIIIq.ti' daring expense of placing in the hands of the as a board of drainage commissioners, and are which trial shall be upon information

t'D;(for 'specific'.blood poisoning, .while I Ic coming November. ; voters specific,. upon the subject of, hereby authorized and empowered to establish Section 45. The clerk of said court shall be

i4 the letter written to Dr. Van ValiayPhe Then',came,the finding of 'this letter, Everglades and a system of canals drains. levees dikes elected by the electors of Escambia county t-
especially se.t&ing'
: and reservoirs of such dimension and depth, and shall hold office for four yeara/and his
t r1dentJtte '. reasons as judgment of said board of drainage compensation fixed by law. The

letter,5 which is of somewhat tin-; filed recently. the last Legislature of the present commissioners Is deemed advisible to drain ienff of Escambia county shall be the execuie -
.l 1 Mrs.;:;Post Is and reclaim the'wamp and overflowed kinds officer of said court and his duties and
h ? "; t alintereet: 18' given. in part, below. ; represented by Attorneys drainage law and for the submitting to within the State of Florida, or such parts or fee'.shall be fixed by law. .

: ) "'' A complete copy of the' alleged lettef'fo BisbeeA Bedell and Col. Otis T.Green. the people of joint resolution, which is portionl thereof as is deemed best by said Section 46. The same rules of procedureand
board of drainage commissioners from time to practice which obtain in the circuit court i--
5 The government was represented by Die.-
,, ,attached to the motion .for.the, almost a copy of the drainage law, and tim, and to provide for the irrigation of the of the county shall obtain in the court "

: .' trict Attorney. John M, Cheney, Special which, adopted, would become a part lands reclaimed and to maintain such canals, record, and all laws relative to criminal t=
DeW'mal'f' Assistant General drains levees, dikes,'and reservoirs in such courts of record,except as otherwise provided
.' sr,1 The WIW Tetter ._. ;;Attorney Palmer and of the Constitution.' I have concludedthat M
'. manner as will be most advantageous to the herein,shall apply to and control the court
f! : .<, ,:- .The ,Wills letter,''according to the copy Assistant District, Attorney. Richard P.' the attention of the people of the territory so drained, the State of Florida, itsinhabitanta 01'record. Change of venue may be had from \

'attached to.the motion for a new trial, it'i ; Marks. state should be called to the fact that a and the commerce thereof. the court of record to the circuit court of another .
Section 33. That the board of drainage county for the same cause.and under ( f
Sj. jai part, na follows: 'E. news bureau has been organized in Jacksonville commissioners are hereby authorized and the laws providing for changing the venue

..,. \'l._ t.1-4'p'ir'' "Plant Cit.y,'Fla:, J aQ.".10' IN\' letter to W. Hall from which there i ,being sent empowered to establish drainage districts and from the circuit court of one county to the t
Titusville Fia. b the boundaries thereof the State of Flor- circuit court of another county. The GOY.
''ft \ 'Dr. YanValza: Dear Doctor' -While' out all kinds of misleading literature, ida. That the board of drainage commissioners error if ay. in his discretion order the circuit
i.t:; I ire more than willing to furnish' youwith Dear Sir:' Here's a tale with "three or opposing the adoption by the people, o f be and it is authorized and empowered judge of Escambia county or of any other
to prepare a list or lists of all the alluvial county to hold one or more terms or parts of
that would four tails to it., Joint Resolution No.t which is to be
._ > any Information beoj ,
'. ti"f or swamp and overflowed taxable lands terms of the court of record. Any civil cause
.benefit in- rooting .out the evil 1 of, absent Professor.Irvine has an academy, Mer- voted for,by them in November. within such drainage district or districts in the court of record may be tried before a '

f treatment-I fear that I. cannot, ,contrib: ceraburg,: ren ., He paints the floors in "I am' aware of the fact that calling and levy thereon an acreage tax referee or in case of the disqualification of
not exceeding ten cents per acre per an- the judge of the court of record, may be tried -
,? ". :a'ts any to you, as daring my entire treatment summer vacation.. It used to take 90 gallons upon the people to subscribe to a fund of num to be fired annually by said boardof by a judge ad litem, or may be transferred to x

if: of Mr. English and family, from of paint. There were two paint this kind is an unusual proceeding, but a drainage commissioners and the various he circuit court of Escambia county or any
tax assessors of the various counties embraced other county in the same way and according
/! .t 1893 to 1897. I never treated any of storeejthere and he used to buy (one year very unusual condition confronts ns. ]I in part or in whole within such drainage dis- to the same piovisiocsas govern such pro- .

q &: t. them for any,disease except intermittent of one., next year of the other. ) 90 gallons have no more interest in'the adoption of rict or districts shall receive such list or lists cet dings in the circuit court of Es.ambia counry. '
and enter the same the tax rolls of the .
t 'and remittent fever. If they had any year after year. Joint Resolution No. 4 than has any county or counties in upon which such lands may Section 47. The Supreme court of tne State t

Other disease it was after I left Titusville. Sow he paints Devoe; 60 gallons; and other disinterested but patriotic citizenof lie and the amount so levied by the board of shall have appellate jurisdiction in all cases

: I attended him in a spell December, 1892 the difference is a saving of $150 a year. the state of Florida. The business in drainage commissioners in such manner and at law and in equity originating in the court t;
form as may be prescribed by the board of of record and in cases of conviction of felony
g *. 'July, 1894, and J&nuary.I895." H. C. Fallon was one of those dealers, hand is our business. The defeat of the drainage commissioners from time to time in the court of record. The circuit court of 4

'Then follows a direct statement that he good man; but he 'wouldn't take up De Joint Resolution and the winning of sev which amounts shall he collected by the var- Escambia county shall have final appellate
eral law suits, brought by several large ious tax collectors of the counties wherein jurisdiction of all misdemeanors tried in the '
ffi (the witness) had never treated Mr. English voe, so we tamed to the other J. A. syndicates to prevent the collection of such levies h Lye been made as other taxes court of record. All appeals or writs of error l

**, for,the loathsome disease alleged to Boyd. But Fallon has found it necessaryto the drainage tax, under the present law,, are collected in accordance with law,and pay prosecuted from the court of record whether
over said amounts collected to the board of to the Supreme Court or Circuit Court shall ='
would entail the ret-t of the
-? have been testified to by him on the get a good paint to compete with Devoe. of Florida a burden upon out of people [rain
r; stand.... The letter, purports. to Designed :He 'got one of the eight honest what they should be called proportion to to shall have a lien superior to all other liens the same rules as govern such proceedings k ,
'i upon pay the taxable lands in any such drainage from the Circuit Court to the Supreme Court.
He has ;
; paints. ,a big hardware store and
byaLWillaujp. : in reclaiming the Florida Everglades.
districts to be enforced by tax levy for the At proved June 6.1905.ARTICLE .
? At; f Ground of Motion. is doing an excellent. hardware business; Six of the large land syndicates have wet of any work done under the provisions XXXII.
sworn through their agents, that they hereof or done prior to the adoption of this
, but Boyd'of course, has the run on painthe's !
That the
trial following amendment to Article
motion for in referring
$ The a new -
own''3,300,000 acres of land in the Everglades amendment, under the provisions tf an act of
XVII of the Constitution of the State
l letter reads IS follows a little hardware man: the Legislature passed in 1905. of 4
1. to this : drainage district, which district is Florida be, and the is
same hereby agreed band
k-' "On the ground that there ha, within We don't care how i IJttle or big a man confined to the county of Dade and partsof commissioners Section 34. be That and the it is board authorised of drainage shall be submitted to the electors of the i

the last few days; come to the, hands of is, if he wants good paint and is active St. Lucie, Osceola, Lee,' Monroe and the right of etuiueut domain in the to eierise con- ;tite at the general election in llHKi for rati- t
DeSoto. There are four or five other ication or rejection:
and sound. demnation of land for the location of its
the defendant for the first time a letter canals Section 1. Either branch of the Legislature
land corporations owning large tracts of; ', drains, levees dikes and reservoirs for
:, purporting to have. b"-t \ written by B, L. Yours truly, land in the same drainage district. The the purposes aforesaid and may enter upon, at a regular session thereof may propose

a yy- Wills.M.D., who teamed against the defendant F. W. DEVOE' & Co., trustees hold for the people of Florida take and use such land as it may, pending same amendments be agreed to this to by Constitution three-fifths and of all if the the

9' New York.P. in that district 2.862,280 .acres the Condemnation proceedings, deem necessary
in rebuttal of which said ; members elected to each house such proposed i
copy for such purposes and in ascertaining the
S. Jas. Pritchard A Son sell our paint.A United, States owns about 200,000 acres; be forsuch amendments shall entered upon their respective -
attached and the defendant compensation to paid land or rightof
letter is hereto ;
the State School Fund owns about 100,000 benefits to be derived from such Journals with the yeas and nay s and 1
believes and is ,advised by her counsel acres. drainage way shall be considered by the jury. hall be published in one newspaper in each

$ ; c that the' production of the said letter woman,'orrie until shegetswrinkles, "I ask every citizen to contribute at Section 35. The Legislature may providefor county where a newspaper is publUhed.. for
then worries because she has them. If she one month immediately preceding the next
least a 2-cent stamp, or other small con the assessment of benefits derived by lands
't another trial would in all probability, takes Hollister's Mountain Tea she general election of
at Rocky tributions to defray the expense of pre- by reason of such drainage and the colledionthE'reori Representatives, at which
= a" change the result, if a new trial were would have neither. Bright, smiling face paring the data that I think voter the proceeds therefrom shall be paidto election the same shall be submitted to the
every lectors of the
'I ,-; follows its use. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. should have the board of drainage commissioners to be State fur approval or rejection.If
to enable him to make
: ,
'granted the
up a majority eUctors voting upon
Ask druggist. used by them for such drainage
"That the said letter has been discovered your his mind how to vote on the constitutional Approved May 2. 1903. purposes. the amendments at such election shall adopt l
amendment, which is proposed. I the amendments the same shall become a part r ,
by the defendant since' the trial, the Treasurer's Statement think that it will cost about$2,500, mad ARTICLE XXIX. of the Constitution. The proposed amend 7

.same having, therefore, been in the up as follows. 100,000 1-cent stamps,, ments shall be so submitted as to enable the
Aug. 1st 1906. That Section nine ((9)) of Article five ((5) of electors to vote on each amendment separate
"; hands of Dr. John A. Van Valza, and M,000; preparing and printing data, about
the Constitution of the of Iy. All amendments adopted at the eWtiou
Balance cash on hand July 1,i90 J.'I6,013 67 State Florida be
c bs :1i : hat the'same could not have been discovered Amount received in July, 1906____ 1,491.45 $1,000[ ; purchasing and addressing envelopes and the same is hereby amended so as to read at which this is submitted or heretofore
before the trial the exercise of about$500. To every one who con as follows, viz: adopted by the electors are hereby declared a. f'
'if by Total-..._______$ 17.505.12 tributes more than 50 cents, I promise to "Section 9. The salary of each Justice of part of the Constitution from the date of the
,.:f o due diligence on the |mart of defendant, Less warrants paid in July, "..906 and return to him his proportion of whatever the Supreme Court shall be four thousand adoption ofthe same.

it ,for said defendant did not know that the warrants delivered to county commissioners sum in excess of that amount is contributed. ([$4,000) dollars a year. The salary of each Approved Jane 6, 1905. '
i;' j' in existence. and had and board of public instruction I have sent out about 35,000 Circuit Judge shall be three thousand five The votes cast in compliance with said proposed

said letter was no ___..________._______$ 2.44.17 documents already, and it has cost me hundred ($3.500)) dollars a year." amendments and the canvass declarations -
\. reason to suppose that the said B. L. between and That the foregoing amendment to Section and returns thereof shall be subjectedto
$700 $1,000.
Balance cash on hand Augl 1906-115,260.95 9 of Article V of the Constitution is hereby the same regulations and restrictions as are ).,
he did
would testify .
Wills testify as
: : upon agreed to and the same shall be submitted to provided by law for general elections in the
: 1f-. .the stand at the trial" The above amount is held as follows: Why Fret and Worry the electors of the State for approval or rejection state of Florida. )
fr' at the election of IN WHEREOF. have hereunto
next general -
"'1'i- ,. Contradict Testimony Deposited 'in Indian River State when your child has a severe cold. You as required by Section 1, Article representatives set my hand and affixed the

Then comes the charge that the letter bank as per cashier's certificate attached need not fear pneumonia or other pulmonary !. XVII of the Constitution. IL.[ S.] Great Seal of the State of}Florida at
to monthly statement and diseases. Keep supplied with Tallahassee, the Capital this first
"directly, contradicts" the testimony of cash in safe__._..__..._____.-...$15, 60 J85 Ballard's Horehound Syrup-a positive Approved May 31. 1905.ARTICLE day of August A. l).. IHitf.

: Dr.-Wills;for the witness testified on the Balances belonging to.each fund are as cure for colds coughs, whooping tooth XXX. H. t'i CKAWKOKIJ,, .

.if 'stand that he treated English for the follows: and bronchitis. Mrs. Hall, of Sioux That the following amendment to Article Secretary of Mate.
Fall, s. D. writes: "I have used V of the Constitution of the State of Florida To J. P. BROWN, Sheriff Brevard County. ,
diswn mentioned above County revenue,general fund_.._.$3.195.80 wonderful Ballard's Horehound you relative to the Judiciary Department, to be Titusville Fla Aug.3. I
; '11111 the defense claims, "was urged road and bridge ____. 1,544.36 Syrni uuruhered Section 3s of sa Article V, bP and .-
** on children for five Its res nit-:
my years.
building ._.. 12.13
the same is hereby agreed to and shall he
x )byihegovernment) to ,how that this defendant fine and forfeiture ___._ 5,194.49 have been wonderful." Sold IHt'11- submitted to the electors of the State at the RoflBINSRAHAM

; ,wu a fraud and a humbug in feeding prisoners ____ SUM Cross Pharmacy. general election to *T- held on the first Tuesday -

": for IIp'l. r'd i'd .. 1----------- 12.93 after the first Monday in November, A."i"iI
'having .treated the said English an- 'S 2..______._ 195.50 & I
) llNki. for ratification or rejection, towit:
., w While moving the plant of the IViH \- ,
and the said.letter
r.., ether disease_towit, cancer; 3197.06 Section 39. The annual salary of the
available evidence toprove 4 new dial 200.00 cola Journal one of the costly tyitiiiig judges each of the Crimiua' Courts of Rtt CO.,

i%' : is the only said game warden fund_________._ 968.06 machines fell from the top of tlw stairway ord now, or hereafter t<> be, established shall (Incorporated Paid op Capital f5.lKli'.Of. .
that 'the' testimony by the of deceased
property persons be paid quarterly by the c uuty where such
r (fund. 5.80 and was almost completely demolish This company owns land
:t Willi false testimony, court is established and shall be as follows:
was school fund (general))- 2,66025 ed. One workman had a narrow H'l'apt.; In counties le-s than fifteen thousand pup in the Indian Hirer Coun
In addition to this ground; the defense tax school dist.1 31.63 the St. Lncie fiver
.. special. .. from death. ulatiou. one thousand dollars: in counties of try,on ,
sets rep that the trial by eleven jurors was ", 2- 9.39 from fifteen thousand totweutv-rivethousan at New Uiver and on Bit-
School Fund "C" State aid_ 189.00'rota13260.95 fifteen hundred dollars n
Special iu
population ; coun Bay. ,
records do not show that cayne ,
that ;
,illegal DeafneM Cannot Be Cored ties ,from twenty-five thousand to thirty-

;; tbs defense: consented to trial by eleven By local applications they cannot reach the five thousand population two thousand d.l. PRICES TO SUIT TilE TIMES. .

.tbat the court'erred in his questioning diseased portion of the ear. Then is only one lars; and in counties of more than thirty-fi Send for land list.
i' .
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFor way to cure deafness and that is by coustito thousand population, twenty-five hundred OFFICES .
of'witnesses and several other tional remedies., Deafness is caused by art inflamed dollars hereby reiwaliug any and all partor TITUSVILLE AiD MIAMI. # '

t; :ground ,1'6.usual eiceptions to the ref Permit to Sell liquor, Wine and condition of the mucous lining ol the parts of the said Constitution in conflict -- i -}

requested, etc., and Beer. eustachian tube. When thistasegeteintlamed herewith. ENNIS & FORT
to charge U TOo have a rambling sonnd or imperfect hearing Approved June 6,1905.ARTICLE ;

frUnre to properly make them matters of WHEREAS, Horace Y. Pitts has filed with and when it is entirely closed deafness is XXXL "C -_.= c._ .
the board of county commissioners for Bre- the result,and unless the inflammation can be -
record are..also set up. vard county Fix, his application for permit taken out and this tube restored to its normal That the following amendments to Article BlacksiitMng and Repair lorkgycagac
1 Hw UM Cue Stead to sell liquors, wine and beer in election district condition hearing will be destroyed forever; Y of the Constitution of the State of Florida. .

Post as it 2.f said county and state; any citizen of nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh relative to the Judiciary Department,to be cjcaooqoyycgcjyfoya y f;5iAIUiiI :
of the
A brief summary case such election district may show cause, if any which ia nothing but an inflamed condition of numbered Sections 40, -II. 44 45 (8 and '-'
I stood previous to the filing of this motion, there be at the meeting of the board to be the. mucous surface 47, of said Article V, be and the same are TITUSVILLE, FLA.
follows: held on Tuesday, the 4th day of September We will jrive One Hundred Dollars for any hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to '
-nay te given as next at 430 p. BL,why such permit should eae of deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot the electors of the State at the general election Wagons made and repaired. Hone Shoeing
f > ) '.Convicted before judge Aleck Boarman not b* puted.SSAI be cared by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Bend for to be held on the first Tuesday after the specialty. Work from any part of Indian

tt }' the United States district court last [ :] A.A. Snw Aft, drcolan free.. first Monday in November,.A. D.. 1908 for or anywhere in the county will receive
.i': .i; ;in Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners. F. J. CHENEY 4 CO Toledo,0. ratification or rejection to-wit la careful attention. We mod the freight '

# :.January" Brevard Oraaty. ,Florida. .- Elil'sbFp.mi ', Section 40. There shall be established in way and guarantee to five you BatUuft- -
'1' i; "JIoUoi.>< for trisVclenied by thei By a A.Stewart, D.a e the best. the county of Escambia whenever the voters Send na your work. i

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iaft;Rrltten: ;N!.bo1 :+ W 1dJ Ot rJveV." will ..Commence.The ... : I : ''THOMASVIL.LE.GEORQIA :.'
J t- ,
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; 'dredge .
btnfcer afterpraise but"Rben a person. + Curriculum-. Ream Heat Electric Lights ,
i goe 'out ofiIs way to kay""a kind word, signed to,the task, *ia J'H.It7 Ojmnaslam,Swinualax. Foal

.1*,bvZc; > i re Expression aDd eerutleate Courses Twiiwd Bowline Nur Alley.e and Physical Cnltnw-

TWa Aelt> ed by onr.1r been. 'lonr:ainrto.merit_commendatioi fully'capable *Newly Furnished rector la Hem
: previe haves and}stand wttt'wlth;oar.f; enow..:men, gine BEST CHRISTIAN DOMB lUFLCEJiCES

oy3oubtedtor'mad: year* and ire ahaQ pursue the eaine policy,toAcaln. Address :. I. COCHRANE HUNT, President
It will be .
;< f r>* +on? the ,the eritV4_. ;! .''thanks: ,M. QUAD." ,. endne"ent rem = :
4 Line
:jpOfuMj I:cons we could not'guesa until ;, I
fix Y-Ciller lookingovei.our exchange list the It era weeks ago, the I
; Searlaj 6rpe1
t.i *
: day;and scissoring out the foliowFeitracts "' .to an:open draw.
: The Ber.JZk Warren, pastor of Sharon ;
: I After the big M
;Baptist church, Belair, GIL, says of
'T'hlnk:;of tie,assurancet'of itL That EIec&rieBJUera::; "It's a Godsend to :the river, s* e'will be

? sriundreEof I i.Jim Hellso thinks he can mankind. It,cored me"of lame back, I est\Coast Line

stiff:joint*, and complete physical} 'collapse be repaired and put Geo. H. Fernald Hardiare Co
territory-Lane .... I: wss.aI.eak. it"took me half an ., ;
hour to' walk a: mile. Two bottles .of i user:
Electric Bitters have:mide'me so strong i The damage to the
This territory betterotrtlf
would be
three ilea in 50 minutes '
1 have just walked i
Jim Hellso was six, feet underground= .and eel 'like walking three more. !will amount,to MACHINE SHOPS
Grass Valley Tribune It's made' a new man of me." Greatest
remedy for'weakness -and I all stomach, Flynn's Y

,He lit .homelier',than -Jack rabbit, liver and kidney complaints..' ,SoJd under .
meaner, than',a cojote' and has ,more guarantee at Red Cross' Pharmacy, Price named and Metal WorkBUILDERS'

Cheek than 4 ,,mule. Wby.-'the. people' 50 cents.;. ... v f\J.IAN had '

1 haven't lynched him,long,ago is a puz- I way .
,'ale to us. We are ready;to turnout Sponge. Diving Suspended. :".Which. not stay.He sad HARDWARE PAINTS& OILS,

My:'time"the bell-rings/-: Blue Hill. Practically. the total abandonment would
.Tlme .'.* ', .. :At early morn to
.:. .- ,0:, of :sponge diving operations by .the. For any Agricultural Implements
4e '<' The first thing to be done'after Arizona Greeks off Tarpon Springs is probable, For butting

becomes a state hang Jim A goatly
Hellso to the nearest tree, and we un as. the' result of..the low prices', for Would overspread SANFORD FLORIDA

'derstand that the plan Is' already,laid: sponges now. prevailing" in the- mar.. lie found For occasion butting ,
-Iron Hill Gazette. '
Fate takes a
ketL. ,It seems. for those
HowV'criminal can ran'such a long .: Athanasow who with James From

career among our people we fail to un Pope is largely interested In the Repeated sin -

derstand, but there" 'are signs, .thank sponge diving fleet 'returned to the However always : =-7r=====rr Ctrr-'=( Jf= r=.=-
beneJ ,:that Itis, : 'drawing to a .close. He saw a small :
; .It is likely that he will make a full city yesterday; and informed the And butted '

c :confession when lynched and we shall Tribune that he and numbers others He Although couldn't'twas read. BASE BALL
_ c do our best to lay It before oUr readers He butted in.
had withdrawn their boats, and
verbatim=Red Lake Herald.

.- would not'resume. operations' until the Is goatless Poor now.Mr. and Sporting Goods are _
t" We nave heard that he began life by > His Capriati pet in
market becomes stronger.
murdering: his father,and mother. He He butted In.And
r looks to us to be just that sort of man. Tampa will (eel the, effects of the as he tells the to the trade in Florida exclusively by

Arizona is waiting fort a Joan'of Arc to suspension, in a financial way, as the Its moral'Gainst warning ; ibH
come along. Wolf,Creek Journal. I
Greek. sponge .divers make good' wages The Yellow F & W. B. DREW CO.M .

The only good things we can say of and are liberal spenders. has recently been'
the editor of the Kicker is that te isn't Athanasow: went out in a small gasoline close' resemblance to \ and does not United To free the system M JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
own any launch to find his vessels and or

,States senators.. This shows 'that he der them ,in. He 'found a large fleet the New most Life effective Pill. I the' p
tops short'in his infamies.-Mountain ,
.' Eagle.: .. coming in, and says the suspensionwill diseases stipation.doe 25i to at Red on the goods F. O. B. Jacksonville are '

_be general in New York considerable .'
as charged saving
As a lawyer in GIreadam Gulch for A revenue cutter, he reports, inter Hadn't M ,

two years we frequently came in contact cepted all the boats 'on their way in Chumley-Hello, .
with 31m Hellso of the Kicker this I for catalogue and sell Spaulding's Line.
and examined them to see that they you going sU i
We have hesitation In denouncing
lAnniey '(huffily) )- "
x him as all that is bad. He is a menace were complying with regulations. Cleveland rrrrrTrr r=r-r-rrrr TJ7

_: to the territory.. As a lawyer'I cannot improper ben.- .'
consistently counsel mob violence but

in this case it seems as if the public were' made. AN OLD

.owed a'duty to Itself.-Lawyer Jim .
r ,.:Abrahams.; There ,are 800 of the Greek sponge SAYS.r."A OF SEA ROUTESI J
divers at Tarpon, and thelr Idleness light
We were building up a fine medical will make a big difference in business

1 practice In Gtveadam Gulch when we in this section. Sickness makes ,
happened to make an error in a prescription The LIVER is
and a Chinaman 'went dead -. tenths of all
Luckiest Man to fcrkaou* Merchants & Miners Trans. Go's
a over it This man Hellso took the matter f
up and raised.such a fuss over it "I'm the luckiest, man in Arkansas,"
writes H. L. Stanley, of Bruno, "eince
that we had to the town. He is
the. restoration of wife's health after
4 said to hare killed orer fifty Chinamen
five years of continuous coughing and
l himself in cool deliberation and yet he bleeding from the lung; and I owe my -
$. refused to allow for one single mistakeon good fortune, to the world's greatest:
on our part We would give our all toBear medicine, Dr. King's New Discovery for go to the root

that, he had been hung-The Late Consumption, which I know from exKrience ter, thoroughly BALTIMORE &: PHILADELPHIA.
s Dr Jones., will cure consumption if takenin I
and restore t b
time. My wife improved with first
Ii bottle and twelve bottles completed the LIVER to
We were robbed by a road agent Direct Connections for
three years ago. and we have always cure." Cares the worst coaghs and coldsor Give tone to r
refunded. At Red Cross Pharm
:> In believed disguise.that A the man fellow who was would Jim poison Hellso 50c and $1.00.: Trial bottle free. solid flesh to ashii ton1Nei York and Boston. 'j

it his own grandmother, as he did at thlrVB Take No
'i If"t The Trrible Iataat.b .

,+t. tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations t

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and cuisine unsurpassed.
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S ,, 2d V. P. 4 T.M., W. P. TURNER, P. T. I.,
\\j b:v.-b-come tie
( 'r world 1It'\'liUI vur GENERAL OFFICES, BALTIMORE, MD. r
t\ o'bcn. Do you wish
Ixwuiiful flnaren
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if "I"Kiss won't me Toto.I'm "afraid. Mamma said Columbia, Southern Pines,

yesterday you bad the tongue of a Colic Cholera &
;. .... snake."-Soleil du DImanehe. Washington, Baltimore.

"Make Bay While the Dan Shin ea." Almost every Philadelphia, New York, '
of a reliable
I. There is a lesson in the work of the

WXRB BOBBED BY A ROAD ....... thrifty farmer. He knows that the diarrhea at some e
bright sunshine may last but a day and TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. t
f : teen years of age, would not shrink he prepares for the showers which are so year.This remedy J
'f from highway robbery later on. Several liable to follow. So it should! be with by dealers who EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL :
t : : times we have heard of his death every household. Dysentery, diarrhoeaand ,
< and
and rejoiced over it in onr paper,' but cholera morbus may attack some many years
only to be disappointed.Slocum's member of the home without warning. It has MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
Press.. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr- testimonials from
hk hoes Remedy, which is the best known It has been

ti i .'- In a joking way we threw a brickbat medicine for these diseases,should always sicians with the ONLY LXNE
be at hand, as immediate treatmentis
t ., through his window one night, and he necessary kept and delay may prove fatal. results. Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.e&io. t

roused up and shot us through the hip for sale by all druggists and medicine It has often

.' and made us a cripple for life. Thats dealers. \ xpedkine could information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, or i
the kind of man Jim Helho la.-Hank iI
or a physician I
Stephens. Oi>rTORta. It only costs DONELL, S. C. BOYLSTON, Jr., .

He'delivered a lecture here at Grass Dsaratla. jf tut *MW rot Mare IUWIJB- you afford to risk General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent.

:YaQey tome two yean ago and there .'f/. .. & #% & Erie? BUY. IT \ JACKSONVILLE, FLA I j
r wu'tL plot to kiirhia. More than : i

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:"';e.: !t.' '1i'f!"< :%4 4'.r"f'i .. 'J. "f Q fss y ? M'P "jr ,._.f' t- >> cr<:f 2$0.. .' ; .- _.t, "T; '%-';;;. < ",-<: ;.r-:; ;' Y.: "' ".
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it'I' -b:;'lISl1in. ;-'l.. G"'I RRrM, M8TFORTHE s :. :U vet cheap .to tfet. -part ef !fi! .'....t .. 1: .. ,. ; ";.. .. "r;,.r''i'F"..y-\'',:":- -.r j.; _... ..,.....-.'
the.eour. < ti-a'd : witt .
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:! .t....,.,,.,...;:'t.;,. ,;t.i\j 1.""'..,< ."ttf--t"."."... ; ,, <.!:'; "'"'". ""J'"fi-'!i.: ;.. oat:board to f cowkJaed"a,pretty'food -. '"_" ",-'..-.."'*"-"".,.r"l... > r= "".'-......"',..,'..,:'_. ...r...;:+ig Z,..; 'f i'.,;,
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'c'.!". "-"1t'.5. '!"to"r.yHave; : thexI rjatla4th&World. ;" .k< f Memos,and It tatatirfactory.Water I :' -
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iS5 *r j 1fire bsvv.Rat.e.iva. oys>taE ,. twkca, tantaloapea4andelll.tipda of 0'.I' I.. .$
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.. ly-t- .werwtU... ,... : : 'ti" : .
..p;.,>;': 't"Z> :f .. ... If':'Izya .......n.. Potee.I.tile aha p O.01 i garden'truck,are r adfor'lI1Ipm ut'K! ;iof, : t':r\i' ..',,'i':. .o,. j'. ,. _. }"'TJ.'.b, xot_ ';;:- ,.--.seas..r put E10ri JOtNa.JIIfee&,ti of kerytaa. 'I'b.f-.: ully'forty days ahead'of the products' ,; ..... "''i;{ ::i"

;WMvt.ketrrra.aelsaatitetab. of. other places nea&l'Cons1derations 'rd : i #

.t'f.."_' Y30FTOX. Bm 4UJDEI1Tsr .- .*h ..',: ,- :.(... ..CANDY' insure the'success of the.largest,truck For Infants and (HaiUrwLThe ,. .L .=

"I'b-; { J .. .'F C. C-- garden In the world." ,
'=L '"" '1io:;:f' ,i"J; :f '-f1 '
""'euet 1st ....d *Mt eraJl'an> It has been customary for farmers in Kind Yw Hm r
I the region to grow three different crops aj ; ,
"1jt 4g41df ttte;atntewr1U1,.: .. ;.Rt.ta.31R,0. ;.;. _
; > -d : a,year. In,one case a' farmer raised ,

s =iAaee:z ....-... ;,.. "; *. -M Every. ',Vat'r.. : : x sixty-three tout of'' tomatoes. .After >
<:> ;- i."f..m'.G wa.iii. -tledle;;; ; rxUTLEIEICIJIDY : __, ._ Always Bought' t
: .7',04"v .. <0: gathering them he planted ,what are I.lli ; > -

:.d r-'f.rtj.:a 1l ii-lteelN.. .tt aso.i'b1.Jc. ;.'t,. called China onions producing as highas AgitabkPrcparationforAs- ; ...
'P .
.'J;\<-:..i"AI't.. ; ....._...WAnt ... -r... :/, .' 20,000 pounds per acre;; .and when slmiiating feToodaociBegulaPromotesDigcstionCJKerful- '.' -
::r..T.: ,=.... .... __ r '
this: out ef the he
? :!< -r ./ : .. : crop way produced ttheSks14cl Bears theSignature
JXi-,8t; ; 'Lonlaana': going to" cuitlyatbthe "t lrwR-P.Wabli: fotrat/TMte Good Co three cuttings of plain Kansas

., -, greatest track' isTthe 'world Rood, lover Sicken.Weakra or Grip;10.J(aa4ante sorghum. Something can be grown
$ ter.... Wilto for tm.. autpto",and..took.IrtMkMlta ,
ityi they fBt. Louis .P lt.Di Pat .: :It AUNM tMftfMvav. nearly every month in the. year, as the 'AtI" -
A td list;;r In. Texas Hlowri ; ; ...... % ._ f'rmitnrlnTtrtHEP temperature is always suitable to Cults n = : x
; by the llto =
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jf \ Tatton. &1 IM
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9 ra nde." .and consists of 110,000 acres CLEA1 .
1.t11t ,,. .< Crops',are usually raised in the .Bio ness mtIbCoDtaiDSndUa- of -

t- f z t son," long'unprodactiveand almost .... '. Grande valley in four months and the OpumMorphine DJr Mi ..ral .

;'t" ; \"!"{ ,"'arid,but now' made' fertile by. the magicfof ones're well tinder way there win"be truckmen of the neighborhood have N'oTNABCOTIC.. J
g i1" ">;'iC Irrigation.Thls a fruit:train running daily from that Formed an association to find out in ...

: 1 | :region,,consisting of.millions..of< point to the Important markets, carrying advance what* products will be mostin

?4w..% :meres of fertile land; .has hitherto,been tike products of the reclaimed, Rio demand so that by supplying the 1''' .daifs4Nr

[ ? ;almost. neglected because, being: semiarid Grande region.* Being near: the Bio markets with what is most needed t+..rl1r4z.1 IJ-'
t farmers did not think it safe to .
; they, may get prices. yN
Grande river the land will not have to
? ', u lack of.rain.for .a abort depend wholly for Its :water supply on .Ii at"fD.el'S.In the vicinity, say .sugarcane IIIA V
: r
& '*= time a ebronle-- ton uuon-woai t kill Is grown in the region abundant
the artesian wells and the rainfall i.8.
Jl : :their tcropa,* But, although! the regioasW'bat ly, and besides equaling in quality the
-f The entire region can and will be eaaUy -
%* : ,:not',been cultivated, ,the land has irrigated by"aid of electricity.. product of Cuba it is only replanted : '

g '; ;long been, known for Its fertility under"proper Irrigation ctnala- could be built fromthe every eight years, yielding on an average Use

conditions and It had been tied' Grande $125 per acre Alfalfa produces Apexfect Remedy for Constipation
Rio river to the -
truck garden
'!tr'rJ. .for iattle'pestarei. eight cuttings annually, yielding $100 ,Sour Stom cb.Diarrmea, A .
but international not
6' jf.When the region'first= 'came'Into. 'thpossession per acre. Onions yield from $200 to .Convulsions.Fcverish- -

1= X of. the United: \ States after permit boundary this.line The'between Rio Grande the being United the $oOO per acre.Cabbage ness arid Loss OF Sl. .EBTacSuwJe F 0 r 0 Y er -

Wh .Mexican war the Mwcau' and yields between $300 and I

ft %: Spaniards located in the region sold States; Is feared that a $400.per acre. Watermelons and cantaloupes Signature of

} .'" their property at ridiculously low canal _might;In time'affect the courseof bring'from $75 to $ the
c the river and extend the Years
:ir prices. Captains Muffin Kennedy and thereby acre. Potatoes and tomatoes run as Thirty

,Richard King, who knew the country boundary line of one country or the high as $300 to the acre. Raisers of NEW YORK. ,

"' r# well! bought Immense tracts paying other.' .The law however, permits water pecans and English walnuts assert that '

.ti tt Sometimes as low as 10 cents an acre to betaken from the. river by any the climate is well fitted for these

: j- t ,for the land that now yields when cul- other' means.It products and that six years after plant- c

ic3 k itfvated properly as.much as $500 worth. will, therefore, be lifted out by aid Ing the trees there Is 'a yield of from CASTOIIIA r

-2 .i, if products to the acre. of electric pumps] The river being $500 to $800 to the acre. _

'\!| For! years after they acquired the much higher than the land, it .is only Tropical fruits such as Smyrna figs. EXACT COPYtirWRAPPLa.

t i&tDd they did not not.thlnk'ltt'QuId. r necessary to pump up the water a few dates olives, oranges and lemons. have 714 I CENTANi COMPANY. IIIW"GA"em.

; p' ,>ferve for anything but cattle paeture,' feet on'.to the, ridge, and it will send been experimented with the results

. l l ,i and they rented It to big'cattle raisers. Its beneficent 'flow over the land that being satisfactory. Planters.In. the .

1- The Rio Grande .rive* and its tributaries needs It, the law .of gravitation obviating I section have marketed figs producedby T

's being hear the cattle had enough the,necessity of additional distributing themselves and they believe that It

' .V3"Y .water to subsist ordinarily, but 'crops force. Is possible to make the Industry highly

i 11.::d Could.not be expected to lire onthesewatering The plant that is.being built at pres- >profitable. Florida East Coast Railway.

.ti sources. During dry 'spells ent by St. Louisans is expected to be -'-'- ,

I J'i.. however the cattle suffered greatly ready by November of this year. Itwilj Vnneceuary Expense ,

and in one of these visitations five have a capacity Irrigating 35,000 Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoeacome

::: .4 years ago thousands perished U was acres of. land. A big canal built In the on without warning and prompt Local Time Card No. (ft In Effect April 16, 1906.

t :. the great loss to the cattlemen at that same region will be fifteen miles long. relief mast be obtained. There is"no

".:,, time that made the present reclamationof As the necessities. of .cultivation 'In necessity of incurring the expense of ahjeician's SOUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN NORTH-BQUND-READ t'P.

( of the land possible. crease the plant and the main canal ) .servlCe in such cases if

1. The rangers ,began to think about will be ealarged. It, Is expected that_ Dhamherlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr No.99 No. 29 \TIOXS. No..78 9Dslty8 -
hoea Remedy is at hand. A dose of this Dally Dally Daily
1 digging wells,' and the first. one who in time the system will fertilize 200- remedy will relieve the patient before a

' ? made the,attempt was Robert J.., Isle 000 acres and it is intimated that by doctor could arrive. It has never been 600pm 920am Ly.___.___Jackwnville_.____._Ar 7 2ipm 8 5am
8 iam
6 CSpm 9 :!!lam _...__. outhJackiOnylJle."MMLv 111pm
t a berg, manager and director of the Santo i the time this Is done the canal will be known to fail, even in the most severe 7 2Upm 10lOam II .___._.St.Angu tlne.__ _".'__ 15pm ? .L am75ipm
Gertrudls range. He dug at what is I miles and dangerous cases and no family shouldbe 1I1liam ..___.._ ........Ilatings. ....._..__._ SJpm d49am
seventy-five long. 8 OBpm) 11iam II _._.._ ...._East Palatka._.__.__ .. 5 20pm 6 Swam.. '
: known now as Kiugsyille, and when he With the wells to for without it. For sale. by all druggistsand '
rely upon S 33pm 12 OU m Ar.''''''_''_''. '_ Yalatka....____.._Lv 4 oo pm 6 rm
: bad penetrated, feet a large natu- water landowners began to experiment medicine dealers. 7 -3pm lllOam Lv........._..._....._... l'alatka.\t 5 5pm 6 a'am

ral'flow of water that gushed like petroleum in truck farming and the results II 25pm ............_ Ar......_..." Iatl'o.._.... ___ ..Lv ....._....M_. 5 li/am t
from'an .__.w 5 Dram: L\_._._.._"San lateo ._...____.._"Ar 9 2 pm -.--
oil pocket was found were amazing. But the next necessitywas New Source of Paper 9 Otpm 123:1pm: Lv...._.,._........_.I unuells_.___..._._....Lr -r30PDl 5 3num911pm
and the by instinct, flocked transportation facilities, so as to There is an interesting report to the 12 4Upm .. ............_...._....M..I.IUJlunL....._..___ .. 4 Zlpm 5 lUam
s to the place from the surrounding coun- effect that somebody has discovereda 9 4Spm! 113pm ..._......_..,..__ Ormond_...r"....... .....__ 3 5Iipm 5 6am
4 make it possible for products to reach 10 O'pm 21pm II ___.__.__ Daytona ..._._.___" S 45pm 4 4xaia1013pm
I try. the markets in good condition. The process by which the stalk of the cot : 13vpm ,. ......_..._...... Port Oranle ....._......_..._." 33"pm 4 am.
IT After the first well. was "brought In'' St Louis, 'Brownsville and Mexico ton plant.heretofore a waste product 10 3jpm 200l'm Ar._.....................New Smyrna........................ S lipm .. I.'am t

m; for other wells started be devoted to 11 loam t .Upm Ar-. ....?......_. Lake Helen.............._.._..tLv Wpm ti 15pm112aam
borings were railroad was built between Browns save as it may fertilizinguses -I Mpm :......-.-......... Orange(,1Iy..._..._... ..-.J" 1250pm S 5ppmii
although at first It was. feared that operations ville .and Houston connecting the Hio can be converted' Into paper of 40am 500Im :..._.... .....OranreCityJnnetlon................ 12.1I.m 5pm '1

x mijht interfere with t i i rt excellent quality by the same processes 10 4ipm 2 IOI.m Lv..n....._.\ew !'myrna=......................Ar 31.1'1'111 4 uiam1110pm
'f Grande region with all important 2.Wpm ......... ...............(rak11111................._.......Lv 240pm 33nam1151pm
one and diminish 1L> '>'ir! of water points in Texas and also in the coun- that are now applied to wood pulp and 31rpm :1r...__........... .. ..11tu"i1Ie......_........... ...... 2 Jpm 3 Ot4m

Coming from it. These :e lwere' unfounded ; other materials and with little or no.. 11 loam 5 'iOpm Ar:...._.._...............Sanfor.r_...................... ..;Lv 11 Mam 6'iiJpm630pm : f
however as the next wells try.These were' modification of paper making plants 115'IIm Lv:........................ Imrord.......................... :\r 5 Wpm ii loam
of the preliminaries that 11 51pm 3161.m Lv........._..._........_Tltll;vllle .................. ..... Ar 2 O i.m 3Q1J. ..I123Iam
"brought In' had an abundance wa- made the present, project of an immense says the Chicago Chronicle. It Is estimated 3 IHI.m .. ....._.____..........._*.......... .................I.12jpm tam
;' ter, and the flow In them was as forceful truck The that general use in this way 123lam 3SIpm .. ......_...._..........-T"ckIe.le....................._._ r2Apm: 2
: which had not garden possible. 10lamI2vm I. ..__....._._......_El\lIliaWe_ ........................ to I24ipm I 47am113am
as that of the first promoters of this garden are mostly of the cotton stalk will add $100,000 4 Jupm ....._._.__ ....Ielbourne........................ 12 3ipm 1 :'';all\
been hampered in the slightest degree. St.,Louis there-are 000 annually to the product value of Siam I IOpm .._......?_...__._:'.:III1.'Uan............_...._ ... ')1 slam:! 12 : 'nm24Sam -
thatJ' men, although some Ii OUpm ...__._.__.._...St. LlIl'le ....._....._............. 10 l\am 12: OOI1't
The conclusion- was drawn then Xew Yorkers interested in the project.At the cotton states, will put an end to 3O5am Ipm ,. _..._.............1'ortl'ierce......_............_.... 105iam It5r.tu:
# the whole region was situated above of the boll weevil bring along with the 830am 63ilm II ..,.?_ ._._...........Tib""lIs..._....................._" N lilim 1l1:'}'m
: and if the present they own 110,000 acres Siam 64111m __.__...................Ellen_...................._.... 11) lam: 11 npm
T N an inexhaustible lake that land which is to be planted with paper made four or five byproductsof 8 .fOam 6 41r.m; ..._.__.._.........._Jenxn ............................. 10 (}loam 11 1'j'l'm
c 'veils were, put to use, the entire re- paying value and greatly check the S Slam 6 51pm __.........._..__.Stuart ............ IQ OOllm 10 :!'I'l420am r
i and onions tomatoes. potatoes-sweet and 12.I.m: II 'w ..............._ Holle sound........................ 9 illam It) '.'!' 'm440am
NT glen could be reclaimed, cultivated Irish-cabbages, figs, dates, olives, destruction of forests in paper making. 74l1pm _.__............_WlJ>Jupiter................_. 9 tram H 11I Ut !
made to yield profitably. If these claims shall be half justified 51.5am 81'pm .....__..........._We..t I'alm Death .....:............_ .. Ii 4ssm 9 3Opm
e the grapes, oranges, lemons, sugar cane, Ii 4:1am: 8411'm ........................... Boynton ......_......... ........ M loam II Olpm
Af present the section known as alfalfa, pecans English walnuts and a by' the event the discoverer will deserve 6 8 6opm ". ............_..._ Lelray ............_..........._. .. Ii lam:! fI ;;Open
artesian belt because it is covered to be ranked among the great 6411am II .wpm ...__.............l.ort LauderdftIe...............__.. 7 .ram; 7 5'f.m
Robs- good many other garden products. One 6 Liam 94ipm ..._._.........._....._ lllInl&_...._.................._ 719am 7 Ipm '-
with artesian wells, extends from planter had a yield of 300 pounds of benefactors of humanity. 7 O'Bm! 9 'ipm .. .__.._............._ilartan/ lale........._...._....... 7 O'.Iam 7 39pm
town to Raymbndville, a distance of 731>am 10 2I'I>I .. .. ..................._Lem'lll CUy. ......................_ fi 4m 7 11prnr
figs per tree the first year, which Summer Diarrhoea in Children OOam 1030lm ...... lIaml ............ _. ._._1.1' Ii 3am 7 o:.Pm ,
? < about 100 miles, 'and there are minions shows that the Rio Grande region will 8 Wam ____I I I\:........................_ lIam1-.._................. :.\r ............_.... 3 CJ!>1Il1030lun
:eyr "of acres within the radius' of Its fer- tropical fruit successfully. The During the hot weather of the summer ...__._.1,, Ar:........................homestead........................:Ly..................... 12 1pm
tilising Ini nenee.t There are 800 pf months the first unnatural looseness of a
lies in Hidalgo and Cameron
'it tbese wells each bored to a depth of garden child's bowels should have immediate Buffet Parlor Cars on trans9 and 7S.. Buffet Seeping! Cars on trains 1f.I i and OS.
counties. Both of them are very large. : lially except un GOO to.:600: feet. After the boring la attention, so as to check the disease before -
Is' placed in the Cameron alone is as large as Delawareand becomes serious. All that is necessary No.23 I I ''No. ? ;JN0.24
;t' completed .a' pipe has the exact shape of that state. is a few doses of Chamberlain'sColic Sat. No.21 No.19 No.17No.15 '16 No.18 No.20 No.22 Sat. i
4 .ground, and the water comes bursting In speaking of the..project T. W. Cholera and Diarrhot-a Remedy and Dally Ex. MAYPORT BRANCH. Di'.1 Y Sun.and
Sun. Daily Dally Daily I Daily
the irrigation resetvolrL' Sun.Daily I Dally ,
'forth naturally to Carter, president of a land and irrigation followed by a dose of castor oil to cleanse Only Sun.5fOp I I 01\1, \
The water flow of these artesian the eystem.! Rev. M. 0. Stockland, --- - ---
250 cubic feet company In part said: of the first M. E. Little pastor 950p 61p SOOp'lOOOaLv...........Jacksonville ............Ar t IIR,1I111a, 1/)1' rI\I' ')'P .
Wells Is'generally "The region we are going to reclaimIs church 9.;>p 0.").P; sin, 20Ni> 100Saj" ......J.outiJacksonvilleLv C5.a 1\:'.2 1i 122p,55p: !tlp
Y per..minute, and the oldest well In the Minn., writes: "We have used Chaml>er- 1030plobop'l 72lp 591 11 240'10.Babton"aeh 1 : _....__. *' 620t (!1i)2?!1' 71: I) ,
,. one of the most fertile In the coun lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea 72"p :.sip: 2 r.|. 1041a' .........-Atlantic H.'l1Ch..m..._'. r. !-.1. 7.V.a 121"|. '" .;. 'S P
region ha' ,not.shown In Its so discharge.far any perceptible try. It reminds one very much of the Remedy for several years and find! it a 743pIGlop 1 3OupIi 0Ua Ar............ Mayjort. .._........LT Goon 7pis12Am r.",",1 S A-p yi

The mammoth diminution garden will front ten valley of the : ill'. It has waited for so very valuable remedy, espe-folly fir PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT BHA 4I.
many years to be exploited. Many of summer disorders in children. Slid by
miles'on the Rio Grande river and will those who ran west after gold did not all druggists: and medicine dealers.aASTORIb..
; extend back about twenty miles, with Close Connection Made at Miami 'with Steamships of the P. &; 0. S. S. Company for
know, It seems that there was money
the railroad running through It. It is in the ground right here In Texas and
; Havana and West
believed that in a year or so when the that it could be secured with less risk Key
'lean thr
big truck. garden. and a few smaller and In a permanent output. The Rio Sipatuze cL'Ha/ Two Sailings Each Week.

will produce almost
C Grande valley any If
For Over Sixty Yean. I thing and produce bounteously. Thereare Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers..
Mrs. Winstows' Soothing Syrup has farmers In that region who clear as
been used for over sixty years by millions These Time Tables show the times at which trains may be expected arrive at an leper
while teething much as $500 per acre for onions. 50 YEARS' from the several stationbut their arrival or departure at the times dtatt-d Ii not eiiiratr,%4noi
__ of mothers with perfect for their success.children It soothes thechlid "It is a pity that such Immense tractsof EXPERIENCE lsthlsCumpanytobehedre. o it.Je for any delays or any con equeaeesaiingtier. -.-:-..w- f tit

softens the gums allays ail pain, land were left almost unproductivefor For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information i
and is the best remedy years when they could have been
cures wind colic "
for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor turned into veritable gardens. The A "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.

little sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists work on the land can be done very J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Qen'l. Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. .

in every part of the world. Twenty- easily as it is quite level. This is what __. u___ _
five cents* a bottle. Be sure and ask" for makes It so suitable for Irrigation too. Do Ypu Want to Know All About the '
VMrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, "We are going to do all the haulingand

take no'other kind. plowing by steam. This will greatly DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS Ac.

< facilitate cultivation. It is a big Anyone lending iketeh and description ma, EAST COAST OF FLORIDA? 1 }
quickly ascertain oar opinion free T nether an
proposition and It has to be handled In invention te pro*ably paientable CommnnicaUonj

ii 'C'ASTORIAlor a big way. Diaz will be our main tent free.strictly Oldest confidential.acmcy for Handbook aewrtng.patelIt6 Patents. Especially retarding Fruit Growing,Trucking and
shipping station. We will also have our tfteial Patenu ftotic taken.without through charte.Mann in the& Co. receive General Farming? If so, subscribe for the.......... '
Iaf&u and Children. power station located there. In a few

ne' iYe; l Nero IIIp8OIII"d' years mill near we expect our have so a that large we sugar may A ScktttificLtmrtHf. FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKI.R. .. ;. .

ea..IaUon of any sdsntma 2ounW.. Tcn&a.iS a .
'Bears ths take fire of the ,sugar cane'we produce A SoW"I'll WtrIdealen. PRICE 25 CENTS PER ANMJM.
I. and also'of that grown by others lNfgrC '" I ,.IewYnrk ISSUED ONCE.A MONTH. SAMPLE COPY FREE. : t

8if&fttartof : around there. tlsaee r." ...wQLti W. L. BRAGG, Manager, St. Augustine, Fla. -

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Why is-it that
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i. at.Irilaaraiaeat Atari rettorttCofertGtrty hair,til the dir ,riCII color of youth.

!f ttaletk,aty StowftHlMliilr;ilso. .Sold for8DtessttJ.hiof yetrs:" TgarggfiggtW

4 BeaAar eleltttalatlatr aehoat M 1IFJ.3 .. .. ',-- :
; m :" "' : Ludwig"Piano
...;.. -"f''J., : Fiold trues x *,IL1-oVux. .
G;L:Wtllaw'went to TitawIHe' o JlODe Mr. Frank Gander and Mr. Hathaway .
diy,the irj two latter'* "*!"'SV;retormng*-*- #* "* *"*- 'aloe**?**renTqeiday were guests of .the McBride,Boa e this : '

iD : Jlr ;J. R. --Idiot .retnlned hOme week. .

:bringing'his"broih Jt eon,7oe, Plans are now being perfected to have
H *- from. Sanford, with him. _to visit here; Crane Creek, dredged then ;Melbourne ,

F., lElOOTES : 'Sole friends Driving' .up to inquire will have one of the best harbors on Indian

+ < _' "- for Mr.;:T. H.Sander were much pleased river
x&f-ttZL, f ar-i** *'- '*" -5-1'' to'find heWs welt enough to be wheeledto l The'work on Mfes C. L. Marsh's hand. those who are admittedlythe
iolakeT : is preferred by
< .;r, + IHiH HiwtiiKs That Help : !'his dock to, superintend.the:" ;.meu some home on the bluff is almost com

F Up tkJootly Hswsptpe?. patting the new 'engine to his son's boat plete. This is now one of the prettiest best judges of tone? The answer is

F-52 and;also enjoy. seeing his. grandchildren homes in Melbourne.Mr. .

35$.W "% (COCOA. bathe. : R. E.-Burnham and little daughter, easy. It is because everyone who has

} r Mir\ Floesfel'aylor'will take charge of Miv.. :and. Mra. John'R. 'Jleld,lefton of Macon, Ga., arrived Sunday and are the Ludwig knows that in it

a>booUq"Manatee county this fall. Thursday last to spend a couple of months now visFtfng with her mother Mrs. C. J. played

;Miss Marguerite Dixon spent Sunday at Daytona| Beach, accompanied. by their Hector, at Hotel Riverside. 'is embodied every artistic quality..-that

with Mise Agnes Hatter, of City Point.; daughter, Mrs ,R. S;;8. Grant and little Mr Carrie Conkling and son, Master

k Dr..'L. T. Daniel imfed home on daughter, Carine',.Ther-"a'comfortably Manse); have gone to Elgin; Tenn., to it meets every demand of the expert re-
w s housed in one of the Cottages. ,and enjoying visit Mr&Conklinis sister, Mrs. C. A,
in Geor-
}, Tuesday.from gi:.;'.X : a pleasant outing the,Atlantic breezes. Stephensnee Miss Mattie Brown.;) quired for the truest interpretation of

;' N/ M. Fish road superintendent\ made Scrub yourself daily, you're not clean Moon light nights are the happy season music---that it possesses that inde

1 rl an inspection trip, to: Eau; ,GaUi onSatnrdsc' inside Clean insides means clean stom for young 'people's launch and beach
'v acb,' bowels .blood, liver,clean healthy parties and Melbourneites know just scribable delicate charm which is difficult -
MoRAL Take Hodhater's ,
tissue in every organ :
J. how to enjoy this season at Melbourne
Miss" Iva;Dyal, ,of Sharpes;;. Was the Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents, but which is.designatedby
Tea owTablets. Ask your druggist.GEORGi&NA. to analyze
% .guest, of Mrs .0. ,,J. Scboonmaker. on -
> Col Shave of Eau Gallie welcome -
I was a
Tuesday.," visitor in Melbournethia week. TheCol. some musicians, who appreciate thatit

Messrs. John 'rOeri.; and Pat Powers 'Miss Hattie Bower spent Tuesday with I. has heed north on a well earned
left'oh for visit to their father can correctly protray every varying
Saturday a
.z friends in the south .end of town.., vacation and now comes to Melbourne
"sT at Fort. Pierce. Quite a party from Canaveral were daily to look after his turpentine interests emotion as the "soul" of the Ludwig.
Mr. Shoemaker, a former pastor of the ,
trading at Provost's store on Tuesday.
Methodist church visiting friends here.Mr. -
Uncle and Auntie Hughes called on R. A. Conkling continues to keep

this past week Rev., and Mrs: White-the firet the week our market well supplied with fresh fruits Sold by
Mrs: Lewis Andrewsand. eon, of Atlanta
Mrs.: Brady Bower has gone to Court and .vegetables-gnavas, bananas, figs,
: Ga., is visiting .her slater, Mn.;
Mrs. Devoe grapes and pineapples are plentiful this:
*< Geol:.Gingrta' of Rockledge. ."'visit season and our housekeepers are busy Indian River

p I Dwitt( i Smith. and Lyn Aiken left'on canning and making jellies.
has and orders
Guava shipping begun
'Tuesday :to. do;:a contact of painting on
The relatives and friends in
are in many
for,Scnppernong coming by
Oak Hill. grapes Music House .
the Day buildings at ,
telegraph. Melbourne of Mr. and Mrs. James T

4 Mrs. Geo. 8. Singleton, son,'Lackland Hall Hoag were grieved to learn last week of
'Baby Edna baa been having rather -
and two daughters left yesterday for Atlanta the .sudden death by heart failure of '
time with her teeth the
an unpleasant
Ga., on. accouut' of illness of-herOD last few days. their beloved little son; Andrew Earle,, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA

Will. age one year. He was a .delicate baby .
Mrs. L Lourcey spent', several days Rev, and Mrs. White were both quite from birth but the doctors thought after
feeble last week but are much' better and
with her sister, Mrs. C. J. Schoonmaker, teething he would get stronger. The

on her return trip from Miami to Newt were out driving on Tuesday last. bereaved parents and his two little sisters .. .

:; Smyrna. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sims, Misses Maggie have the heartfelt sympathy of their .
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and Rose Carter and Mr. Roy Sanlis- hosts of friends. ---- --- -- !
Mr. S. S: Jones .and Col. Travis are President. W.M.BROWN,Yice-Prewdent.
made to Indianola Monday.
having their lain renovated-taking the bury a trip WINSTON S.BBANNIXO. Cashier. 3

old grass out arid ploughing, .fertilizing Mrs- Dr. Wittfeld had several quite Weather Beport

and replanting. comfortable days last week. There were SUMMARY FOB JULY BY BEV. JA8. H.WHITE. .
Mr. Hibbs, of Rockledge, baa the sym several nights, however, that she suffer V.8. WKATHSB OBSERVER.
ed a great deal of pain. Highest temperature on the 30th 90.0;
fatbT'of his friends over the loss of his lowest temperature on the 4th, 71.0 I COUNTY DEPOSITORY.:

two large gray hones with the lung Miss Carrie Mendel has been confined Mean temperature for the month,81.3.; Authorized Capital______ 4100,000.00
fever this week. to her room the last few days, but is ableto average mean for 25 years, 81 8; highest Paid op Capital--____..--..-....$ 25,000.00
be up and about and'will soon take up mean for 25 years in 188! 83.2; lowest Average Deposits....._..:..__$200,000.00
Geo. Douglass, of Rockledge, had his her school duties again. mean for 25 years in 18115! 80.1; rainfall in TRANSACTS A ,
sisters, MI_; Estelle and Mary and inches, 9.54average; for 29 years, 5.37;
Miss*Mamio. Hardee out for a spin in Mr. and Mrs. J. Brown,Master Harvey greatest for 25)! year, in 1884 11.72; least General Banking Business. s : :f-

their automobile Tuesday. and Baby Mildred arrived at the Baldwin for 29 years, in 1883 0 86. '' 11
f on Prevailing direction of wind,.southeast Largest and Oldest
home last Saturday and busy
!Jra; 8. J. Field, of Indianola, was a are Number of clear days, 13; number of Bank on the River.
getting settled in the Nelson house. fair days, 14 number of cloudy 4
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visitor here on Saturday. Nearly everyoneAt Exchange Bought and Sold on All d
number of days with rain 14. umber
Mrs. Jane Taylor took dinner with ?
Indianola launches and it isonly Countries.
owns Foreign ,
of days with thunder, 25. ? .
JiI'. a short run across the river. Miss Mary Wittfeld Sunday. Several of: I Inland Home. Merritts Island, Fla. Patronage appreciated. Prompt service ,
: her young friends were invited in and i polite treatment and every favor consistent
The recent rains have made the groves '
with conservative banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS I I
cake and cream were served during the
look well in tide vicinity and this will :ft.. L. MOTLOVVFine : I'Ire
afternoon in honor of Miss Mary's biitb- S"
be a busy place when the oranges are Empire Trust Company, N. Y., Florida ttr
day. Bank &:Trust Company,JacksonvilleFla.
shipped aa there will be a heavy crop.
Mrs. Lou Walker, of Lotus, spent Sunday
Mrs. Ramsey an4 sister who have been
with her parents, Mr. and Ma Can ,
occupying the Snyder cottage left for
atta. The Misses Louise and Helen Can-
Eden on Saturday where, Mr. Ramsey
atta, Mr. Joe Field and Mr. Nisbet, of
i : Las the position of agent for the railway. J.R.AtKER. H. B. MACE. j
Indianola, also spent Sunday afternoonat
.' The town is having the streets repaired
the home.
: and putting things in good shape. We Lindaberry N JOHN R. WALKER & CO., f t(

understand they contemplate trying BAD GALLIK. s

some of the Dade county crushed rock :No showers during the past week.

ft're soon. Grapes are now showing in our stores. Titusville, Fla. .1.

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Robinson and son The crop is light. IN ,

Charlie, of City Point, were in town on The guava crop is being turned into DRY
Monday. They will leave foi a two or jelly and guava butter.W. ,

three week's outing in Georgia this Mathers has returned home to heal ,

week. up his broken shoulder. _

Little Winnie Wells celebrated her The fish companies are shipping; lame Liquors, Wines, Beers, CLOTHING
quantities of fish this week.
tenth birthday on Saturday by a party, L
Ales Stout, Etc.TITUSVILLE .
Messrs. Simmons & Hopkins hauled in
Mrs. J. D. Hatter having charge. It was
1,500 fish on Tuesday morning.J. and COCOA FLORIDA {
a success, the little ones having a fine ,
l time and returning home in good con W. Rossiter is in New York looking tt .Send me your orders GENTS' FURNISHINGS
dition. after the interests of the I. R. & L. W. "
Fish .
Miss Conkling.! of Melbourne, who company.Mr. 3r
C. G. Redstone is still on the contract -
lias been visiting the Misses Mims, of ygr 17 SHOES
of renovating the Eau Gallie home 1.rt
Bonaventure, has given many of her _
of Mrs. S. E. Barbour. ,
friends in town a treat as they have had Pr
Mrs. S. E. Barbour is expected in the '
the pleasure of listening to her singing
over the telephone-she has a highly U. S. A. this month after a trip to the MILLINERY f 1

culti\"ated-tlweet voice.INDUNOIA. British Isles and Europe.G. i

F. Paddison and
I family are spending *

a week at Daytona. The party went
Rev. \V m. Stone will preach here Sunday op in the launch Wynona.Rev. FURNITURE

; morning at 10:30 and in the evening R. Whitehurst, of Hastings, is

'c,: ,at 7:00. announced to preach at St. Pauls Methodist c i ii

Mr. Canatta left yesterday to visit his church Sunday, the 12th, at 10:30. r ;

i r mother and old friends. in New Jersey. The hand rail is being put on the county We want your patronage. i

l' Mr. S. J. Field left on Sunday to ; bridge over the Eau Gallie river. The .

i 'pend a couple of weeks with his daughter work has been well and substantiallydone FIRE INSURANCE j Our aim is to please YOU. I

? at Ormond.Mr. under N. M. Fish.A. '
New, Up-to-Date Goods in every I
W. S. Norwood left Monday after J. Rogero hauled the first load on ABSTRACTS

spending, a .few very pleasant days with his large lighter on Wednesday last The Line. I

friends on the island.! vessel makes five miles per hour easily
REAL ESTATEAccident Mail orders receive prompt and j
Mr. D. S$. Clair Nisbet invited Mr. and carries a large cargo. aI

;.> and Mn. Canatta and daughter to accompany I The Epworth League of St. Paula Policies limed careful attention. i

.** him in his launch, on Sundaj? !.church held a very pleasant ice cream
to spend the day at Georgian, leaving social in Mr. Paddison'a new ball Tuesday MORGAN & WALTON

lire. Canatta to'spend a few days with evening. A launch party .from Melbourne JOHN R. WALKER &: CO. TitDSYl Fin

/rieikk- '. there.Ci attended.- Titusville, Fla. ,
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