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 17, 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:
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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:
002071719 ( ALEPH )
34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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


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.;;:,,. :;:' 1o--:>i ; \ :.J> r "r. ;"ShoEaCb: roitthetWoridr]known We will place on sale about fifty ladies' Viltnsville.
p. .. PerUlBini! to Brats Something About the.People of Titus-- .t i i'
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,i/--; .timesaampletetefockseedoSyour Mr."James T. Sanders, of Miami.. was I Ii will wear better, the handles are beautinl Mr. P. A.> McMillan, of Eau Gallic : .
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->-..< """"*' :; ,-+---'- .' orderer every.palr guaranteed. n town yesterday morning.Capt. some are some are was in town Tuesday. .
.1??: :JI h f. '!"A. Braaiil .ba n.the-fence: We pay:express,..charges on all oat of <--J-. : + sterling silver $2 50 would be the proper
:fiIiIliome place repaired.this week. tottnorders! :?! Y J; oO' ';; ..At J,, c on and, family .hiv price for them, Monday only. $1.49. Miss Carrie ilabbette, of Hotly' Hill, s
."....._:... ; ,; ..,..-.;_,...'iA'0;;"',,"." v-'Z* -. \. ..''-1E -: 4H PENNED- &{BRAKNINQ' IfODe to Palatka to make-that their future Also' the same in men's 28-inch at the has been appointed teacher of the schoolat

.,:' -'<....ifJ.Ilt.:;;:.. r. ; b'U y art" rived" $t the lame,,, Clothiers. and Furnishers,. hone, leaving Miami, 'the. first'of :this above priceBerkley':. Enterprise, in Yolusia county.Mr. .
"St ,,'. .-...eo'u.... YelvibgtononU s"* i Titnsville. Fla.-.. ; ,' English longcloth, one of the ,-
,". ..", ",' >{ ,<,'" .' "- week.. beet cloths 011 the market for underwear A. K. Wiison, of Fort Pierce president
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., .....'!,.:."Y..-.<.,..'\.,,...;;..1'iMIita.''''f 4.:,' ...... ,- '. < .. "Mf/Geo.: : F. Paddieon and family 1 op-; 12 yard for $1.49. of The Tribune Publishing company
Y ,'" "If-- t :,. $ro.c up from:Miami FISH ped off here on their 'home Ladies' black hose, the well known was in town of last
t hie orfuge grove and other LEGAL MS ,Tuesday! way* Onyx brand, guaranteed not to fade, theyare ,, part Friday -

f.few.da'L'3f' &o Eau Gallic",from Daytona put up to sell three pairs for one dol. Miss' Hattie Carpenter, of Miami, is at

,/f-it-.I... : .' ; .. .. The.t mily of :&fro G. M. Robbins left tar, Monday you may have ihrte pairs Indianola, where she will be the guest
r ,:rsThe Ill collection of McEInley-.sheet ..1USTBEV.IISEII
: ;' ; I ut.Saturday for a-visit.of; a couple of forTh cents. of her friend, Miss Alice Sanders for a tTV
: ,at Indian River Music 4 Indian Head linen, 44 inches wide, already '
....,. .... ... months in Georgia Mr.; Robbing; :com sbnmk8lendid while.
: for
: dresses
_ ...." ,, ""-vr\"" ., ,,8endfbfcaulogae.jv.. ) Shedd Bran' the Use f' Jets them far 'Jacksonville."The drawn work or
"' "Stt \ 1?; '" "' "q Stops: : panied as as at 18 cents per yard. Mr. Win. M. Brown has returned to
;, \:Made, Qaarterman,: :of.:Chester Special prices in linen table damask.
1 kind U8ed"andbe Miami from few weeks' vacation
-: WIth fishes that Ire too Small'.Tbe your grandfather, a spent
i .baa been iaitiDC,the past few&id4yi White Mareellaise bed spreads, extra
:y : :was of rare judgment. Profit by with Mrs. Brown and the .children in
large size worth
with :F. M. Taylor of $1.75 at $1.19.
r.ctM most conversation
lf' r> .3 interesting topic .
his experience and use Old I. W. Hare Ginghams for children's dresses, @pee.ialty the mountains.

F Y4.rfand:: A..Robinson, of City of th Week in 'Tit iville',has been per whiskey. Sold! ')by.B. L..Motlow and good for school dresses, light and Miss Georgia Spiller of Eaa Gallic,

1 i|Point, expect to leave: today for s month's the fish nt question. .. F. A. Lesley. dark patterns, checks, plaids and stripes,
spent a part of Tuesday afternoon in Ti-
Ga. which is Complaint has been made to our.worthy almost anv color voacnnld wish_ new
4"r vacation in Oyktborpe,'. --
.r t'01.Fr 3' {.' .. Boutt. of Sheriff John Frohock, of Dade county, and fresh from the mills,I'am positive She will be one of the teachers
](Robinson's old home. sheriff by certain parties living
M" fl.'? ... the Titusville passed ,through :Titusville Monday on that later in the fall you will pay more in the Eau Gallie high school the coming ;
'*: -;$'ft.f.: {:'ML; :G F.' Daren and Miss Sadie and us this fishermen.tisbnets of 'meesoi were his way ,to Atlanta. There he expectsto for the same goods, special.12.: } cents per year. .3 f .V

iic ; <,{jiaster5Foy7 lsoMiss; Carrie\ r, ,using which illegal were,smaller. than the the, legal rizev-, purchase carload of horses for the yard.White linen, specially! good for skirtsor Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Sanders, 'of Inn ., s

1'Ji; r '' 'MR; f Simons and Miss,Bell are spending I'hree'and half inches. Miami market..* suits, 34 inches wide worth 40 cents :dianola, were here yesterday. Mrs. Sanders .

.a few.weeks at Daytona l h. a per yard, Monday only 18 cents. I will visit with
.The sheriff made an inspection of the .Mr. J. D. Crabb, of Balwin, Fla., parents in Georgiaor
,. he.. Florida Extract: Works has been If you are looking for some lawn for a sometime the afternoon
.. nets in use Tuesday and found that most accompanied by his attorney and friend, dress or for a waist or kimona, we have leaving on
, n_ ") 'j;' "" cloeeA 'down for shout two ,weeks,.but of'hem'we e a trifle under the legal lej OoL.T. W. Fielding, of Stark, ;were in any quantity of remnants on the counter, rain. .

..9 1; wUl Slut np again shortly. The company and .a;few of 'helli.were considerably town the first part of the week_attending you can buy them at most any price. Mr. E: E. Knox returned from his
: .l has about five carloads: of tanning liquorinland We also have remnants of embroideryyou trip north last He
,; : 'e:t _: under that '1 Je. The result was that the to>> some legal business. Saturday. was away
3.g can buy at reduction.
.:"i-r Vi .1.f. '\:. ready. 'shipment.. fishermen were instructed that they I Mrs. Jas. F..Mitchell and four children, Mail orders a promptly great filled on any of about six weeks. His vacation was cat

;.Rev: and Mrs.'Wm. Stones and dangb- would have to stop using these-nets.or I of Cocoa, sbo have been in Jacksonvillefor the above goods short about two weeks by the accidentto

'ai :Jr. : .. ''tear.Were called'to Daytona Wednesdayby any nets' which actually m.e&8Ur.e leas about three months, returned home Jcurs KUXB, I Mr. Will Matheis.

} i' the death of their .dsoghter-iniaw, Mrs than, the legal requirement of three and Tuesd y. Mr. Mitchell'will follow in a ,Telephone No. 8. Titusviile, Fla.I Capt. M. M. Ramsey has been at work

;* ,fitonea. of .Sea Breexe. who had. been in a half incfies in the'mesh when in actual few days, as the pineapple shipping season this week moving the Bobbins cottage

'- ; poor' health for 1OIIJe'time past. use. is now practically,over. Wanted I from North Titusville.. He informs cs

'Ji t;:;,;; Capt Nelson, has ,finished,the" work of 'This 'has thrown .a great hardshipupon -Mrs. 0. C. Hansell. now.of Mime, was Sugar mill g ire, large gear wheel fouror that he expects to accomplish the task

coy< ,.::: ,c..; ..,...converting.. the .yawl. Merle into a the fishermen 4 and the bog ee. thrown from her wagon Saturday morn- five feet diameter. Send price, size, in about three weeks' time.

'r! ,power, boat and the.hull is now awaiting Some of the latter had just finished pay. Ing and ,severely braised 'while driving etc., to M. care STAR office. Mr. Frank T. Budge and daughter

::. >- ) '_the.arrival of nabtor and fittings;which,"it: ng. for]net 'nets,, consequentlythe 1088faUs"upon into town. ,_,The. mule took fright aDd Miss Stella, who have' been north for ...
is estimated;will be several Weeks yet theaI": t* thetlsfdetfetahad -*-|-----| v several} weeks, stopped off here WedneP- V
..." .,. ran> away, throwing! her out of the ve Dr. W. B. French,
{t. ..Geo. &Sebrina.'of Scoring. Ohio, was also, furnished' nets;>on;their own hicle.. Mr. Hansell moved to Mims las: .Veterinary Surgeonand
fJfl( in Daytona last_week looking after his account, which, of, course, means a loss week, having bought the Strahan.proper.ty. .I Capt. and Mrs. Jas. Pritchard until

-fJ1 ft new'whiter home, which is, bring built to the dealers.It Dentist tomorrow, when they will leave for,

f':; of white Miami Stone It will be completed must be said to the credit of moet The Miami Record of Monday says: will be in their home in Miami.

t-t-: \ in time for occupancy when Mr. all the fishermen that \they were using' "Mr. and Mrs. A. H. O'Neal have arrived TituavilleWednesday Messrs. Ennis &: Fort have purchasedthe

1f -. Sebring returns in,the fall nets with meshes just under the legal from Augusta, Ga., and will make < building on the south side of the.old t

.?!, ,The eo._ -ntiY8' Fish company is requirement, consequently they were not this city their home. Mr. O'Neal comesto Aug. 22nd. railroad wharf formerly known as the

.the name' of. a. new business started up !Intentionally breaking the law. These take the position of manager'of Isidor Joe Smith building, from Mr. S. N. Glad--

: the fish buaifrsf nets measured three and .a half inches win and the is being taken down
.,. this week, succeeding Cohen's branch store on Avenue D. St. Lucie County Votes Dry ,
-**- .'. of the, Atlantic Fish company, and when hung in' (before use), but all the This lithe Mr.O'Neal who held positionsin for use in building an addition to the residence -
in charge of )lr. L; W.Hailer manager nets shrink up more or less when in use, Titusville with B. W. Rhodes aDd' I The wet and dry election, held in St. of Mr. Fort in the northern part of

V fJSvenh or the best crews started fishing and this usage of them shrunk them with Penney & Branning. Lucie county on Tuesday, resulted in an town. '

Mfor. this company Monday afternoon. smaller than the limit. overwhelming victory for the temperance Mr. and Mrs. Dan ,Maguire and baby, i

.{ The fishermen .and dealers also state We clip the following paragraph from people. There was in the neighborhood accompanied by Mrs. Maguire's. mother,

i*. Dr. B. R. Wilson took formal poeaeea- that when Mr. Robinson was game warden the Daytona Journal: "Eugene Walstine, of 450 votes cast. The reports received Mrs. Domingag, left Tuesday afternoon
V of the office of judge the first
V ioo: county he inspected their nets and decided the negro who stole a watch in Daytona here Wednesday contained the returns for Dothan, Ala., which is the former

a .of this week, in the building formerly that where a net measured three and ahalf several weeks ago and was sentenced to from eight out of the eleven precincts home of Mre. Maguire and her mother.

used as' the comity clerk' office. On account inches before it was first used, it q"U. the county convict gang, broke away ; Fort Drum, Narrows and Tantie yet to be Mr. Maguire is in very poor health and

:. of. this change he baa closed his ed the requirements of the law; but it from the camp and was recaptured las heard from-and gave the dry side 275 the change is made with the hope that .

.3' professional office in the Ganlden cottage seems that the intent of the law is that week oy Marshal Smith. It is nothingnew il votes, the wets only 131. The dry majority he will improve.

'r' -and persons desiring to see him will the mesh must be measured when in for Eugene to escape from the chain will probably be from 150 to 175.
r- call at his new location. actual use.Sheriff Four of the fishermen of this section, .
please gaug.but he doesn't have sense enough to There two saloons in that
{ I Brown regrets that in the discharge county J. W. Roland, Henry Prevatt, M Pigue
r The barxe being built at the Lorillard clear when he does it"
-both in Fort Pierce and they will close
of his official duty this hardship Snowden I
.i' and J. S. were arrested the
Boat Works for the American Fibre should fall the fishermen and deal the result of the election
upon The Fernald Hardware company, of as soon as is latter of last week with
part charged
company, of Jacksonville, which is to be ere, especially lust at this time-the announced by the canvassing board 1
Sanford whose advertisement ,
V !. height of the mullet season-but a conscientious appearsin dragging a seine in the tributary waters
J. J: Lawhorn, of this place
used by which will not be later than
THE STAR, have just completed an Monday
officer cannot wink at wrong doing of the St. Johns river. They entered a
about completed and nearly ready for. (even though unintentional) nor extensive contract for the county poor next perhaps earlier. plea of guilty and were sentenced to paya

bunching. -The company, we are informed shirk the responsibilities that fall upon farm of Orange county, located atOrlando The vote by precincts was as follows: fine of $15 each without costs, or 60
w'= expects utilise the barge in transporting his shoulders imposed by the laws of the Wet
A complete steam heating plant has
''" state days at hanllabor. Trial was held before ,
buds ;
cabbage palmetto shipping
The dealers will undoubtedly supply been installed and a large water tower Sebastian 42 3 Justice L. K. Myer.
'- ; in large quantities Indian river, Wabassso 7 5
nets with proper size mesh as quickly I as I and.tank erected. The Fernald company .
VV V.' securing the buds on the waste l land up possible and until same are obtained i Quay 9 6
have also supplied wind mill and tank! Vero 9 9 Visit From Railroad Official
;, and' down the river. This means death the fishermen will be allowed to use nets I t
that do not fall more than, onesixteenthof '. for Sterling cottage for Contractor L. R. Fort Pierce 111 76 Vice President J. R. Parrott and
thousands of that variety of palmetto,
2 to of this Ankona IS 5 General Manager P. Beck with
an inch short of the I legal requirement, Decker, place.Obituary stopped
x V .*./the tree is killed, when the bud is or until such nets are used up. Jensen 52 16 here Tuesday night and spent a part of r

removed. Most of the fishermen here use nets White City 27 11 Wednesday inspecting the property of
made by the American Net & Twine company the railroad company at this place, t
-:1: ,, ) Two Hegroes' Get Six Months and it takes from two to four week The body of Edward Stevens (whose 275; 131 then went south. It was decided
tTiro ; to secure the goods from that company. death JDaytona was mentioned in THE not to paint the present station so
nefroes by.the name of Mason and Unless suitable nets can be had from STAR last week) was taken to his oK Victor Talking Mr. Keller and his force of painters will
Robert:Williama went into the railway some other source the height of the mullet home in Whitehall, N. Y., last week omit that-painting all the other build
; :station .at Sharpen, last Saturday, broke season will be nearly over by that time. accompanied by his wife and a son.hy; $:).00 cash and f I.00 per week. Records ings belonging to the company here. This
into>> some boxes of goods and went to former marriage.. Mr. Stevens_.marrietCharlotte I 35 cents; GO cents and $1 00. Over would indicate that the new station will
'f- cooking their meals by a fire which they M. Glad, of Daytona, Nov. 1st, 1,000 pieces of stan }" started',in:the building. The conductor, Editorial Notoriety 1905. About May 1st he came to Titus. cents. Indian River Music House, Titus. permit. The vacant lots that are now }

3i e,, 'on :'a freight caught them and they werebI'Oab'.Tita"ille" According to the Daytona Gazette-New ville and started in business, but 01 ville. covered with water and are wholly submerged

and a charge oenterinf DeLand's new paper, the Mercury, has, account of poor health had .to give up White Nuisance in rainy beasons will first! be; filledin. s
:, 'and stealing was preferred with one bound, jumped into notoriety, same and returned to Daytona. The Fly Tile freight station will be moved
..-. them; They were tried before funeral waa'held' in Whitehall on Tues- Prof. A. W. Morrill, of Washington, D. south from its present location near to v
f .r....tlK'K: ?Myer and sentenced to six and all because its editor, Prosecuting day, conducted by the Odd Fellows and C., government entomologist, has been the new station. '
.. 4: if' Attorney J. Hall Bramsey, was lOundly! Modern Woodmen.of which lodges he wasa
k .;t .-' itY here this week, and making trips to the
threshed by c. C. Fanning,on the streets member. The Cleveland Light

.- eFURNITURE V of DeLand last week. The Mercury had (orange centers of our county, securing Gives perfect satisfaction.! For sale by
'v DRY GOODS, Boxes samples of foliage diseased with!
made serious charges against Fanning. Orange orange C. Collins. Call and see them..
i' .'' NOTIONS hence"the beating. Fanning was fined We are selling the Waruell orange box, the white fly. Prof. Morrill will locate in --- .
L ('. : five dollars and his friends promptly recognized as the best box made in Flor- Orlando for some time to investigate the Call at Titusville Livery at rear of
Bobbins' law office for
< SHOES and paid his fine. The Gazette News suggest ida.Price white fly, with a view to finding a remedyto stylish rigs.
Leave orders for
14'cents complete with birch your hauling, both double ,
..:HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. that The Mercury and its editor will hoop in carload lots delivered. reach this destructive insect pest, the and single. J. M. Oeban, proprietor.
'Phone 34. find that sailing along the journalistic!
,Chaa., .'A.,- Gardner< .; is not all smooth, if it depends on Write us for prices and samples of worst the orange growers have to contend .
....' .. with. It that through the FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH. 4 I
of citizens of Yolusia county for wraps. % appears :
*, -. ..; .'r -.' g'1'047I nB 8AI& abuse. EAST COAST LVXBER: & SUPPLY Co., I efforts of United States Senator Taliaferro, About 88 acres of good high land on
I ;QUutrtisfclliows" caaWgh pine land. its support. Eau Gallic, Florida. the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat
""---f. ....... ata Ja&6. the sum of $5,000 was appropriated by the Narrows, described as follows: Lot '

;;fin. 'l.. t, :Ssrad',._.;.. .r.............. .0W0 ad.. Vat era>REP AIE SHOP- Dray Dg Congress during the last eession for an No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section '

.,.:.q \:..>,.:....'-....- Send TOOT jejUira to done Draying or hauling of all kinds prompt. investigation of this insect pest. Prof.; 36, in township 31 south, range 39 eII$. <
;,;. ".'" ""'IF, > J Benecke Ail work -thorooghly ly attended to. Meets all trains. Stove Morrill band much to please him on his This land is unimproved but finely Ie- t
LJ _, .::!],.' -- 'itt.w'- bt'Tii' tt Guns loose in the breech tightened'equa wood for sale at all times cated. For farther partici lanaddreaa

4 T 1 'thr ed'a' 8i&w to new aba guns stocked and.shotgunsrabored H. E. HOLTOS, tripe to the groves up the Caloosabatche E. M. LowBrockton ,

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"'.-.fI{ cr'.r." :.irjMglngto engage In -- Expert-gas .men have always! itveDlt
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been developed are only top or secondary ?CULT YIGITABU COPE? VXD and the NUT MS-
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91;; ) l oistilling a commercial camtff (Fernandina Star l '*
,. ,', sands., Thousands of feet ,be-
'" "'", ;- ; :: "< '- .' OCT UYD lIEDIcIKE JDf WJL Do not fill your system
_,":.:; ""' '.-";,,-A""' 'o..nll.h il' "A, peach of a' peach" is Hopper's low these, they believe, are the mainor with Calomel Arsenic or Quinine.: HIBStNX is a guaranteed -' '

;,.,"" r $' ., "' .1il.-ib" .-; mn. :entirely- ''new venture- In4tFlotlda. July, propagatedby Mr. A.,S.. Hopper, great sands, where an inexhaustible cure for ell diseases produced by T02PIB Uflft i. =
f "<;{ :Cor;'J.r that matter in theWeatern of St. ,Marys. Mr. 0.G. Darling got supply of nature's fuel can be foundif and IMPURE BLOOD. It will cure MAlAIIA without lea?* _i t
any man-has the cash ,and.courage sag any of the deadly effects of many drugs used for that : =
| :worldj; 'All commercial_ camjphor of the trees several years ago
-t$ one to go after itGovernment: purpose One bottle purchased today mal save you froma T
.:: :, .f now ,comes .from Formosa; 'Japan and recently displayed one of the Jf.u1t. geologists will watch the sick spell tomorrow Quickly] cures Biuftusaest, tea 'y

i{ {t.. .' ; ,:Borneo:and southeastern;Asia, which was '11 1-2 Inches In circumference undertaking with interest_ and obtain ttipation, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Chills, and all Lire .
t Complaints. Used and recommended by the medical profession -
{ ,But .experiments have demonstrated one way and 10 34 the"other, valuable data on the makeup of the generally. _- >' -,

;ljfJt s 'that a high grade of camphor 'can be weighing ounces.' earth more than a mile under ground. A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'S

Dr. W. T. Waas has ,harvested sev -
expertmeatwas ENDORSEMENT
: ; enty-flve bushels from his peach orchard -
Sunshine in Dr.'A. J. Hannah a leading physician of UmatSUa,
4' late Processor Henry
t.f bythe Though
r'" years ago at Amelia this season. your. Flju, safe: "I have been using Herbine in my practice

i t. G. Hubbard, of the-Smithsonian Institution the Elberta is considered.a shy bearer, and am well pleased with the results. I always

; Crescent'City,_ who, with his trees have been loaded down with ,Home keep some on hand, and think it a grand" mediant _
for Biliousness and liver Complaints.
i ",., : erode apparatus, was able to secure fruit. He has two hundred,more trees 4

::1:; 'about', one pound of camphor from sev that-will come into bearing next year.: Fifty-two' times a year is allured' S Large Bottle' -, 50c Avoid All Substitute*

s enty-seven of leaves and twigs. The Elberta grows nowhere to
t to if Ballard Snow Liniment Co. t
you you
Acting on the. belief that. there. was gre perfection than in this imme- .

.1" a future for the camphor industry rro diate region, both 'on the mainland St. Louis, V. S. A. r

ft Florida, Professor Hubbard' and bit and on the island. Our peaches com- READ 2& SUN t A

e brother, Mr.!. Collins a,:Hubbard, set pare favorably with the fruit in t'e
4;>. out seven, .! 'ttousand _.trees on lands great peach center of Georgia, and in That illustrated weekly

1 owned by them on Haw Creek. These flavor are superior to the samples that paper SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

trees ,have now- attained'a growth of have been Shipped' in .here, from that printed in Tallahassee and RED CROSS PHARMACY, tTfUSTILLE ,and SAP GILLIE PHAB1ACT, EAU GILLIE

g some. -20 feet. in height. region." Our peach growers who have ,
Within the past,week I Professor W. published everywhere.
made the matter an intelligent study Southern e

z O. Richtmann of the. drug plant see- and have devoted. their attention and Railway r

e .t"i'- Won of,the'De'ParbneDt.o Agriculture, labor to the best varieties are Dr. A. K. Taylor EFFECTIVE APR. 6, 1900.

a.: has visited the .Hubbard ,Haw Creek at Amelia P.
., Waasfand: E. H. ,Platt ;
No y. Ko at I Xo 29 K0.S3Dally.
; trees, and having'by' previous experiments : : Between Jaekloudlle and New'fork. : .
Goodbread, f'Jr., at; Chester; 0. G. and all tin .l Daily. Dail] DaD,.

a' become, .convinced that a ,high Darling, at king! Bay: and A. S. Hop- Makes the cartoons 75.) == 905 a Lv Jacksonville, Fla.-80. Ry Ar. 9 00 a == 8 05 p

;.' -eof commercial,camphor-can be other pictures. 1215 a1--------1- 20 P Lv.Savannah Ga.______-80. Ry. AI' UO a ..._ I 40 po
per, at St. Marys. They are reaping 955 al------- 1033 P _Ar. Charlotte, N. C.-----.So. Ry. Lv. 9 50 p >! 30 a

;f ? ... extracted. from trees. grown- -,here"has. handsome returns .from their enterprises 6 42 p-!===._ 6 OS a Ar. Rlrhm..d. \..___.. .SO. Ry. Lv. 12 30 '=.'...:. II" II'j

f; placed- the stamp:of his department's and their success, will encourage Claude L' ngle -9 so Pl--_____ -950. a M. Washington D. C..._---So. Ry Lv. 612 ..._ 818 p
r l. approval on the enterprise.-. 1117 ------- 11 a Ar. Baltimore, Md.-------P. R. R Lv. or...-- a !3 P -
.' further'planting. 2 S5 a _...___ 145p \r. Phiadelphia Pa.\P. R. R Lv. 3 ,._. $ U P
f ; According to experiments made Other fine varieties. m to do qu te 630 a--.-..--.-- 415 pAr. New York. N. Y.---------P. R. R Lv. 1210s.

A 1' .,: here last.spring by Professors :Richt- Elbertas. Dr. Waas In pungent editorial paragraph
well the
as. "
Nos. 33 and 34-"New York And Florida Express. Daily Pullman Drawing,Boom
<,. and True, of Department'.of. hasmany tries of the General Lee variety looks after the things that Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. -

4 : ;', Agriculture, Florida-grown' camphor fine attention. Nos. 29 and "Washington and Florida Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Boom
.' which are producing a crop need Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York
trees will' yield about :one and one-
of?luscious. clingstones Mr. Darling
q half per cent of camphor., Professor is favoring the Hopper's July in his No: 30 Through"The Land or the Sky." t Natt9
Richtmann has been assigned by the .I
planting, and others are giving attention 755 P Lv. Jacksonville Fla.------------_____.______.______. Ry. Ar. too a
f : i department to continue 'his. experiments other than the El CLEVER 1215 a Lv. Savannah, ..____.._..___..________________-- Ry. Ar. (30 a
.. this winter complete to varieties 600 a Ar. Columbia S. --_________________________.______. By. LT. 115 a- _
and a
bertas which present ,some points of ISO pAr. Asheville. N.C..----------..----_-......_-..__So. By Lv. 413 p
plant' for distilling camphor ,will be most famous variety That the Sun 237 pAr. Hot Springs. N. .,---:.----.---------..--_._______. o, BT. Ly. 12 U.. ,'"
established by Mr. Hubbard at Haw advantage over;that 6 00 pAr.' Knoxville, -.......__._..._.._______..______. Ry. Ly. 9!5.. _-
:; and seem to flourish in our soil 815" Ar Cincinnati, Ohio,_--------- ----------------Q. ct G. LWo 8(3 VNos.
t Creek, to be managed by'the Government .
In an interview with Processor and, climate. If you pay to read this paper you .29 and 30-Pullman Drawing Room and Buffet Sleeping Can between JtckEaavnle" and
The Industry has been conducted 81. Louis, daily.
Richtmann, that gentleman assured can read THE SUN too,
here only on a small scale, but the.
x the News there was no 'question oftjre WITHOUT EXTRA EXPENSB. No. 13 Between JacklODvllle al1d the North aDd WeaL I tNa,14
success that has attended It for several _I

: success of the enterprise. the first .__.___ 7 45 P Lv. Jacksonville, So. ___________.__.._____...__.Ar. 850
L, Mr. Hubbard could not state defi consecutive seasons, from ------ 250 a AI'. !lacon, ISo. By---...__.._....____.__.____.Lv. 21S a&i----.___
crop marketed, in:fact. establishes. it Ask us or write us and _______ :5 20 a Ar. Atlanta So. Ry__,-...- ---------..- ,-Lv. 11 OJ p'_
nitely Just when he would, begin planting .______ 945 a Ar. Chattanooga, So. By--------------__________.Lv. 630 p''_
as a safe investment. If our region ____________._
his newly acquired tract'of land _______ 740 p Ar Cincinnati, Queen&Crtscent .Lv. 1830 a ____

could work up a reputation equal tot W 'll tell how. === 845 P Lv. Cincinnati, Bg! Four Route.-----.---....----Lv. 710 a'_
*J to these trees, but it is certain that its merits as a peach growing region, you 716 a Ar. Chicago, BIg Four Route _____-_______. 830 P i
::::::: =
f work will begin within the next few investments in the industry .-.---- 8"-". P Lv.Cincinnati. P<<:nn. Lines--_______________.Ar. I 8 43 af .
k, months. He is enthusiastic in hIs.belief extensive -------I I 710 a Ar. Chicago, Penn. Lines--------------______Lv. r 840 P jI j-

,;;j that there is a bright future for would follow. KILLTHICOUCH ===1:-P Lv. Cincinnati! e. H. & D.-Monon---------------Ar. I-I-, 740 _11 1--__
723 a Ar. Chicago. C. H. & D.-} onon-----------LT. -g 02 PI

q :: the industry. The intense itching characteristic of AND CURE THE LUNGS =_=..=._=._1 945 p Lv. Cincinnati, C. H. & D.-Ych. Cent-----Ar. i 1100 a:=____

In Japan and .Formosa gum camphor salt rheum and rzrma is1 instantly allayed _______1 520 a M. Toledo, C. H. & D.-Mich. Cent---___Lv. 11140 pI--
WITH _______ 7 25 a Ar. Detroit.. C. H. & -hch. Cent-______,Ls. P'r--'
is obtained from the root, trunk by aoplyiiur Chamberlain's Salve i F
s As for skin diseases this pal: i@nOfqullled. ===l 30 P Lv. Cincinnati Pl'nn. Lines-------------------__Ar. .30 a!__
and limbs of the tree. This is hacked : a care 555 a Ar. Pittsburg. P nn. Lines_______.______._____. Lv
.For sale hy all druggist and ==== :: ,,815 pi---
4 into chips and the chips boiled with medicine dealers. _n___ 9 3i Lv.CSneinnati, Bg! Four-------------- _______--Ar 150 __
j, : water in a covered vessel lined with Discovery _______ 6 45 a Ar. Cleveland, Big Four-----9 j 30 pL--!. _
WHEAT TRAIN FOR KANSAS. ==-1 530 P Lv.lA>xinJrton. So.Ry---------------_-------------Ar. 1045 a.=:
straw, and on this straw the gum -, Price ._____ j 810 pAr. Louisville, So. Ry.___..__.._.......-.______-Lv. 1 fO aL.73 -._
;4 i" camphor condenses. Ngai camphor; Scheme to Teach---Farmer Value ofSnvrlpK FOR CONSUMPTION SOc Free&S1.00 Trjil. _______.I : ai! Ar. 81. Louis. So. By- .__ .Lv. 1010 pNos. '_

: i 0 'f. which sells at a higher price than the Bent Wheat. 13 and It-'The Florida Limited" Daily Solid vestibule Train. Through Day

11I-': ordinary camphor, is obtained from a The"AtchisK, Topeka and Santa Fe Surest and Quickest Cure for all Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and tincInnati.No. .
tall weed in southeastern Asia. Railway company in connection with
; 4 '': LES, or MONEY BACK. S No. 13 i Betweeu<< Jacksonville Kansas City. ;Xo. ItI No. s
: 0- So far, Mr. Hubbard has made no the Kansas State Agricultural college, --I -'

Rh. the trunk plan to run'a wheat instruction train ._..... 745 p Lv. Jacksonville Fla, So. .--------____________ t-s35 a ____
r i t effort to secure gum from ..u.._ 520a Ar. Atlanta, Ga. 80. .....__.__..___________Lv. ; Sop.__ :;
:i f or roots of his trees, but has confined over some of the.lines of tbe system in .. The Mosl Valuable Stt Yackt and Boat- _______11201 a! Ar Birmingham, Ala., So. By--___ ____...______Lv.i ,I. OS __._
his to the leaves and Kansas: during August says the Kan- Building Boots ever PubKike of _____eo: 803 p! Ar. Iemphis, Tenn., Frisco-----___ ______ .. 8 15 PI_uu_ $
( I experiments Times. In the winter and ______.! 940 al Ar. Kansas City Yo., FriscoNos. -______________ 6 SO ______ '
sas City
.' twigs. In the xperlments to be made RUDDER
spring the Santa Fe and the agricul- 13 and 14-"The Florida Limited. Daily.
by the Agricultural Department on his
tural colleges ran dairy and corn HOW-TO
this winter it is
Haw Creek estate J. C.LUSK,District ,108
Passenger Agent West Ray StrHt.Jack..rl11ena.
trains over the state. and this Is a continuation tom boats have been built from the lines '
', ; c tKelythat the entire tree will ,be printed in these books-Successfully sailed in C. ...ACKEKT.G. M. W. II. TAYLOK, G. P. ... it
'. ] of the project Five lecturers every clime and upon every sea-Full detail S. H. HABDWICK T. M. BROOKS MORGAN.A.. O. P.A.
\ -;' from the agricultural college will drawing of all parts, showing what it is and ----- -- ,- -. n__ ..__ ___.___
: p Mr. Hubbard, who has been making how to make it-Text extremely sun pIe.
accompany the train. They are Professors .
his headquarters in this city for the HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $So THE
Miller Wlllard. Ten BRIDGEPORT
Eycke. H foot pox ntbost Lurk,-'r to....iId.frame en In .j past six weeks,. will leave' for New Brown and Shoesmitn. ; gaud ruing teat for a buy to fears the bu UteM IB,
York in a day or two. He has owned For HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA
a long time It has been the
prac- the boat for a/trmooa oaJinjf or Itnnrklnr abort b
at Cres- iboat .li.T II.! ,brm so.-ct.=ful vhri.Trr built;W.p or tti
large property
orange grove tice of many Kansas farmers to sell rig. full p ant ia
cent City for the past twenty years, most of their good wheat and use the TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP -

and next to operating in Wall Street poorest for seed. One of the main purposes winner Xott in snnrwftil........10&.AN raring. ud marhiae Autralia mr; calf iftifBfi to build a|pHo sue

i enjoys horticultural pursuits. This of this train and the work of the to via w.Uw There is no reason why you cannot have a satisfactorymotor

k. camphor industry has been a side is- lecturers will be to teach tbe farmers HOW Simple TO aid BUILD practinl.A bowtoconBtractataoad MOTOR LAUNCH outfit. Let us demonstrate The Bridgeport to
that they can profit by sowing the best ball for us*with an;tuotor. evertl other plan you
sue, but he has gone into it most thor- wheat. It is estimated that the use HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT and we will convince you that there is at least one reliable

oughly, and now ranks as an author A fine ill anrnnd rruisinf bo.t. good nbia; eacenen
built. The
of only the best wheat for sel'tlTUI Milrr; auitiUe tot ha.luw .at*-n. gasoline motor more severe your work, the

: ity on the subject Increase the yield of Kansas: wheat HOW TO BUILD SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOPA more anxious we are to have you own a Bridgeport the
ekes little and-ng boat,with moderate oyerWp aatmallamil ,
from 8,000.090 a.fion.000) bushels a
Children la Pain p Iaa. simplest, most reliable and durable motor on the market.
year. The two special trains which HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE
nev r cry M do children who are suffer have been operated have been successful Easy to badderrrrthine;rdr just the craft for a bo;
lo begin etaant-'built very cbeaptyat.ersiovporalnHOW :
ing from hnn rer. Such is the cause of and it is believed that this one TO BUILD A MODEL YACHTA No Valves No Cams >"o Gears
all babies who and treated for
cry are will be of as much benefit to the farmers romp ete dewnptioa of bow U>bald a nodelj ago larf ,p
' ; ; sickness, when they really are suffering attic BM in tail B the others. Easy to Operate
:- from hunger. This is caused from their as. 1
-- food not tcinz assimilated but devoured $1. EACH r Working Parts
Quickly Accessible
,y:_ hy worms. A few doses of White's Cream Frightfully Burned P'IPA'D.Y CIPMHS: ANYWHCMC

' Vermifuge will cause them to cease cry. Chas. W. Moore, a machinist Word Bound in cloth-Gold letterinf-Size of pag.
inK and begin to thrive at once. Give it City, PL, had his hand frightfully burn 9 by IX inches: -Lvgc, ciearl/-irawn plans. -: 'P-i THE MOTORFor

r r- a trial. Sold DT Rfd Cmee Pharmncv.- Pd in an electrical furnace. He applied THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. Those Who Must Be Satisfied
Backlen's Arnica Sah'e'with the usual
..OAS.Tn.ZA.: ,. 9 MUHKAT STUCIT New YORK. u. S. A ,
result "a and
: quick perfect cure.
::', .-... IE11 i1d te1 Sa S"id tottal for Catalogue of Book for F.
; Greatest healer on earth for bnnis, gore, Yachtsman't&btary. L ; X. HITCHCOCK & CO., Agents
":M! wounds, eczema and piles! 25 cents at
Bed CroeB Pharmacy. Titusfille, Florida

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--,,: ")?"; i!" "':\. A"J -sent"ou l b y the weathez'Dtir to treatment at the Iniitis\Hotel and Sur- ,

: SciInstltat8.Bttffa3oN.Y.orer which ,, .
; i TOiJ! ) a t1'Juplte,. i ;Dade;' county;; shbwstthat. Dr. Pierce of the Tarorite Prescription* ;.o ,
L! .,.>.: ._ fAU\tf'. .,11A" the:"are""aie"temperaturetbr'Iulraat1 fame presides..;In all eases:where chir. t,f:,i
"" ;,;a.. ,-...,'.,, '". , 'J'' =.''' ''. D "i'' f _' U Dart '" 'c.'degeeiWMch. h wtii tar ktenthaotadePe : f0essit mad?to find ont the real cause ;.".>.$:. :
l J ;"" '" '
ri < ]than.the normalxfoTtie s generally so easily removed by .)
:.: 1 warmeh ; .
> propertreatment. %.
"""_ :,"r. ,>... :.;. ; .} ..} t.<--, .""., Oi :-:.VKI8ftI"'.$; ,.;'. I ; pa 'nineteen_ 'je n; ',The hottestila1.ofihe '? 'In all the various weaknesses M>-' displacements ..

:'\' #pt alalnauior:the',month',of.r6 .month' wasitheiTtb'withaiemperatureot : ; ,. prolapsQvinflammatlon and debilitating + 1V
: e "' ; eatarrhal ;drabs j and la all
:. .'s. honiuafy.. lime_,..being. ,nearly. ?91.., *A;: remarkable: eases of nervousness and: debility:. Dr.
: .
'"-" .... 'co ''':::;4 -r { :\;>:. : it V
'7. ?. '. ,.n, ,;: .,..,, .', 1; ,- incident was:,thatfthe ':coolest day;ofthe" Pierre's Favorite Prescription Is the most rf Fri
.:' 1.">; ...'.;'''"'_J.'-..,..,.i..' ,.t-" .. \. .. i, ;! <'?oc' 4. ,* Jifc i efficient remedy that can possibly be wed. :
;;I''s:;,',"':, <::..,.Hon.-James.... '''''' fit!.!: Perkins' .. : .'wffl: bean.' ., -, month" 'was'on. --' the-'?*Bathedate''<: ", It of has to Its credit hundreds of thousands r t } v

;,,(: .-.'<;'' fcet.f"Gall': ,jrtth'a; ;'ctoP of< ,6,900 whenjtbe- : _. mercurr'went. : to...71.,. remedy cores put"-more up for la sale fact& :roUlb than any druggists other, r : -

.::,.; .. .:_: .ir 7TyV( >< *-r"DP *"_-u>t L;grape ifrut The Tange'on that4 day 'was 20 degrees :. especially for womaiTs.use. The ingredi : V
-t.i-: .! :.t' < .J, $ nts of which the"Favorite! Prescription". -> '
.:;:. : )He ha, a;in gnineent eroy aid something;.remarkable for,that 1
;},;::0l.,. .;\ t. : ''- is composed :'havq received- the:most :
"" -7t.o.> \&Tjwjda't. :tatty.|6,000.font;today.- East!;Coast', section. 'The rainfall forthe'incurs"woe medical endorsement from Medico dbur
writers on Materta of all
.- JiflLdEeCOrU.Vr'1d (. '__ ,Z91'lnches,'Which ,
the several schools of All the
".'# :' ', .. '>, practice. A line that meets all demands ;
\\! it. "- ?: : : 162 inches more than-the average for Ingredients printed in plain.English

;.: ;:.i..r.., ; .Vltandao 1tr three-story ?rent on wrapper enclosing the ,both as to quality and price V
nineteen about bottlethis
;;" fa'PeneacQIa'replacing'. the past years, and : that .
; ; making
: woman
): t ; : theby any ; ;
x" ... ... '
-.f"' "9' 44r \ famous medicine what
know exactly
one that of the may
'f.- ; ,inch less than same
> .than" "
:.;:: $ oae'dettro1e". ... :'fire. 'more. .I'' V V r she la talon g. Dr Pierce takes'his pa
Price from .
4 bed ago,has been ,formally opened to month last ;year: tients into his full confidence, which he Selling $450 to $850
can'afford to do u the formula after .
i;:; r : ;It Is.:the.:finest; business which the. "Favorlte.Preegi tlon' Is 1 *.
rr104Grunbl. Full
:.;{z s..;9 ..'tructure'1reat'of. Jacksonville. made, will bear. the'.most careful- exam-- particulars sent on application.
eclie .
;. when yonrjointa and yon suffer from Inatlon. : "
', 't At.Tj1 :Leesburfc" town.'council:Is busy rheumatism._Bay a. bottle:of ,Ballard'a Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the R

i\( Kettln ready f>,&av,.the:canals dugato'toe Snow. Liniment- and. get..instant relief. best,and_ safest laxative. for women. INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE TITUSYILLE '

ffi IWIu'Wsieaelnkhed positive cart for rpenrnauim, Dams, ems, .
from Lake and Mr : ,
traded muscles sore chest etc.
o roo *
'J ; f One Too Mutr.
Jarrls,= .tte canals: will J: T.-.Bogy; a'prominent menhant '? Y
: "You you wouldn'tGkr: to get
f rortdea"safeharbor for a.lboa; Willow .1)bints..Texae. says' that he findsBallard' say
i ; rbltjrr
out? .
the prison ,
Snow Liniment the best all '
1 \" while" gfvfjg the. ,town the advantage round liniment:however used. '' Sold. by "Why; I thought you were In for life.**" ,
I.i:! ".: : \:ui:being right:on the lake-Commer-. Bed Crow Pharmacy.OalnMviirr "Obworse: than that, jna'am.'* r replied

i"$!-1 4LisM1! ; $ the convict1'in: in for"a double'life:' Groceries Hay Grain and all Food Products.

t.Theiproceedbgs ,, ;(and' Gulfs. Officert.j .. I've got taro wives waiting.ontSide.Pbiladeiphta ."- ,
.t1\t : praying to stop.the. '<> Ledger. If e handle produce of all kinds We are agents for Mapel'Ferti1hera.. We deal exclusively
\ building of ,the county Jail received_ a The 'annual meeting of the direct fa the above lines of goods, and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write as for price OB .
> :Gulf Railway Grain.and Groceries. ,delivered at your station. E. L.BRADY &BBO.,Trrravim,Fix t
't -'rt ;knockout blow Judge Jones Tuesdjsy on of,"tile Gainesville and ti. ,Doat&'Bine -

when- the Company ,waa held recently,' at all interest:when help iawitbin -
::.riifZ ?, : ./plea for an Injunction and low

:' J.t H ;was ,dismissed. ,tThe'. only?point .at which.a great deal of business of Importance reach Herbina'will iiednties properly., make'J.,Vanjthn,that; liver, S. J. ] TOIi'rcNTgain

', .f i issue.BOW Is whether;or not the .,first to,the road and to: this section Brform;: : ..,,, writes: .'.'Being a; constant I -'

t:' ..i.-!;si. Inpayment'. can', be. made.from. the'gen. -was.. discussed" and.acted 'uponThe" sufferer from constipation a'disordered Staple and Fancy Groceries Hay, Produce of IIF Kinds -
lecjedtor' liver I have found Herbine be the ,
I. eral fund., -St. Lucie County_ :Tribune.' following officers; were; '' ,

} \ *i: :The" the:ensuing year: S. F. Parrott, :.beet medicine for these troubles, on the .YEGET.1J1LE.S.1. SPECIALTY'
$i Telegraph was given a sample market, I haveneed it conet ntly. I believe

Pi Df. .peaches Thursday from the farms Macon;; Ga., president; A. P. Stocky it to>'be the- beet medicine: ot its Titu8Qii1o. a I P1or1C1a.
:;; kind and I wish ail sufferers from these ,
k !! 1" of..Henry Taylor'and Henry Hudson, Ocala, first vice-president; B. W. troubles, to know' the good Herbine has

m .of Highland. :One.sent by Mr. Taylor Blount. Ocala, second vice-president; done me.*' Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy.

{ K weighed' nine ounces and" rivaled In F. M. S-Slmonton. Tampa general counsel WHITEHALL PORTLANDCEHBHT'

} !It" .color and size.'the' famous Georgia Alberta ; C. .R. Woods, Gainesville, secretary. EAST COAST MEAT MARKET

s peach. Several sent by Mr. Hud. .
: /
;: ; rI rsoon were unusually large and luscious. The following appointive offices ,Q.F.9tBEHAtBt, 500 Barrels will be received in the next

.. if 'Florida 'win yet be a great peach were,,made: C. N. Atkinson, general 60 days. Costs a. little more than other Cement -

: i.f' : growing State.-Starke Telegraph. manager J. .B. Cutler, general super Florida and but is better. .

Intendent; L.'K. Barker, traffic man ,
f : ,With. the, hustle ,characteristic of :
Hr E. Taylor treasurer. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY.
} tflein committee apr; K
: 'J ; the appointed by the Westerateats
.. ooard;of directors of''the Warehouse There has been a slight change Inthe Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material.

board 'of' directors,. which for the
Eau Gallie Florida. -
tollipatty' Tues-
got busy Monday and ,
x ." coming year will be as follows: A. P.
nay last They bought a lot from -'
5 Stuckey, B. W. Blount J. B. Cutler,
Hon. John D. Callaway, one block
a. N. Atkinson, F. M. Simonton, S. F. or all Kinds. L
', ;r :west: of Marlon Street, ,between! the Parroti .
.. Parrott,,and Geo.
Seaboard and Georgia Southern Rail*
i While nothing authentic has been TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. I
,: roads; contracted .with Hensley &:
V given out, it is understooa that the
Fielder for the building, and are push
Gainesville and RATES
:c management of the LOW
tl TV .sag things right along. By or before southward
t Gulf will push'the rapidly
1 October 1 the warehouse will be VIA.
"" to Tampa, and that within a reasonable

:(' .ready .for occupancy,. and Lake City time through trains will berunning. SOUTHERNRAILWAY

:win betome headquarters for the sea.
It is also rumored
.island cotton In all this section.-Lake P.
road will be extended from Sampson .
L'Ity Index.
City to Jacksonville, affording a Detroik, Mien- aDd re-

The Continental Hotel, at Atlantic through line bv a new and nearer $44,05 tana.
i Ticketoaold daily, limited Oct 31, 1006.
T V Beach, closed its doors yesterday '
route.' Saratoga Springs N. Yo, t :
1 .morning, after: haying enjoyed one of Extensive improvements' also $ and.tlll1l. .
Tickets sold daily limited Oct 31, 1906. 5.i
\the best seasons in its history. Mr contemplated in the roadbed and rolling Georp.N. Y..aDd
I $55.95 retr.::
'"' H, E. Semis the genial manager,'who stock and equipment- / .
Tickets sold daily, limited Oct. 31, 1900.
*.s. also assistant to Mr. J. R. Parrott The management ct the Gainesville Washington, D. C.. and
4122 90
V ,in the management: of the Flagler system and Gulf is determined to make this .tuna.
Sold Jaly 27,30, 31,limited Aug. S. Exten- i iyI
); '. of,'hotels, is expected to arrive the trunk IIn8'of Florida in reality. sion Sept 8:

la:the city next week and confer with $33 60 St. Paul, or Minneapolis.
Minnn and return.
Superintendent J. N. MacGoniglo relative Stomach Troubles and (11 ,11'1<.i
Sold Aug. 10, 11, 12, limited Aug. 31. -

to-. the making of extensive ;improvements No one can reasonbly hope for good 'Sept 30,1906
thebowel-i Niagara Falls, N. Y., and
digestion when are constipatHl. .the. electric-light plant. Mr. Chas. Baldwin of Edwardsville, III., $48.95 retuna. -
here owned and operated by the F. Tickets sold daily, limited Oct.31, 1906.
says, "I suffered from chronic constipation : sue= '
Toronto, Canada and
E.,. C. Hotel System, and which, If decided and stomach troubles for several $53.30 tu re- -

a .. i upon, will mt"n the exten tiLl years, but thanks to Chamberlain's Stonvarh Tickets sold daily, limited Oct 31, 1906.
and Liver Tablets am almost cured. Atlantic City, N. J., and
? .. and enlarging of the service to 3 very Why not get a package of these tablets $44.75 retuna. A AND Oi

.material ,cgroe.-Miami Metropciv: and Jet well and stay well?Price 25 rent Tickets sold daily, limited Oct 31 1906.

For sale by all druggists/ and medicine {$52.75 Newport. K. I., and re-
The' pet ntnary hearing at Pensa- t1l
dealer Tickets sold daily, limited Oct. 31, 1906.ch37 .
;eolaof, ,the.eases against Robert Gallagher Washington, D. C. and
An Overnight.The 00
:et employees of the Jack return.
: Waiter Excuse me but bncl't10U sale limited
Tickets on daily, Oct 31, 1906.

,arm ;Lumber Company' .. of Lockhart- forgotten something, sir? $42.65 -Dn Yer. Cole.. and re-

:Ala.. :charged with peonage, came tot The Guest-Ob quite likely. What July E
Tickets sold 9, to 14, limited Aug. 23
.' -' ,a' rather- ,abrupt ending Friday after. did yon find? 1906."d For sale by the

:' : :State:had.seated its case, attorneys.for $ .6.05 re-
V Cd,.TORZB: : tnna.
., ', ., noon, when, immediately after the dsn tM I61 Lind Y hale NJrls Bond On sale daily,limited Oct. 31, 1906. INDIAN ':

,. .: .. ;the V defense'announced that they diJx (U feOO>OO.UU AH return.Minneapolis, Minn., and RIVER

not. :care:to.go'.Into the defense, .and Tickets on sale Aug. 10, 11, 12, limited

;k: that" '.the:defendants would give bond Aug. 31. Extension Sept. 30. L MUSIC HOUSE
KaozTille, Tenn and re-
;for\ 'appearance> before ;the ,Federal Ntilw r_o.i $16.25 ton. ,

f :which : In Tickets on sale July 7, 14. 15, limited fit
f. l&fcfu deaf & Jury; wfll. convene Becky Mountain Tea Nuggets\ teen days. Extension Sept.30,1906. V

..:.. t '.... etoberieit., ; -As,a,result of the hear- A Buy Itfimu Lr Buy P.opls.VIdp $32.10 S ** WI... aDd re- TITUSVILLE, FLA. j
1" '..' .t held in Qdda Etaltb sad Jwwe4.VJcar. .
{ a
: J L.1toberl 1rU
J. : \ Tickets on sale Aug. 10, 11 limited Aug. -
-; .1iix'. -' d. t < ? A se fM 00DI&JJati0a.bI( u.. U
:'y.-J. :. a r i1 SUMO:bOBeVW;,N. Grace to a. $1,000 aacI Tronbletw kiniplo. rTcTfinia,Impure 2'J, 1006.
t. .::l. -' ood. laro 8hJniib Bo.els B.sAcheacJ
{ III at
; *, = .b d d:oer.r..a. er In a 11.000wasjdlsv ascheAe., ItlBocky Mountain Tat tab Passenger sad Ticket Office
:'} :: :r tbood:- WalaaPater; tat font,>Herat* a box. Oenoine.... by 108 W.Bay St. Fhoa 743
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.' ". ;, .,, i.'U, ........ i. 'nmferdate' 'ofthelOthiust. ',, ** l Catarrh .Wherever: Located. '< :
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,'.:"':"',, ',' '"' .'";, .QC;... 'J'P"1:.., 'J.>';.;>fi;.;'-.$,. -. .t' >' :sf> ty,,held yesterdaysJfterooon ittd eveningwas Louis,Mo,writes;
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: : ; !I' b1: ) I. cession .
the of, the
;: opening Mr.
'" : : : when I in a dedisi iafeeed by
&iix$.umlUQat$iy** IIlIanY/au* ;:... taking vai ,
.'Jobn BStetEoni: Jr., of .PWladelphia, -
: ht .
; female weakness and ortrwroc aerm.T
: t '
Vthooghithadcometostay. success
:'ifl j'i.'J.:Z.i ;P $ .- .-efi/_. --'. v_ .. M :ion of_the' greatest'r benefactor. .of'(the institution began to feel atro12gU duiDg t41 first week!

from,-the:Isle. of::Pines .... jnuT- :elected- .., trustee. 'by. a vote. took Penna and my health improre4 daify ati1

w., ichNras nearly unanimous.: I In health aid lift ,
:of persecution of.American citizens by the now am perfect tcjoy
"Tlie rttoInUpne adopted by the state
., 1 ,Cuban officials are one half true, .the re is never did before.tILiDie Bedding.W'S .
.j t: : board oLt he: Baptist convention at. their

'<;t .. :;:...,.'k good reason for shaking the, "big .stick"in .meeting Jacksonville! ..were presented,
) thai :direction and if the administration .
: ,;$ ; received and filed. After session lasting -
% r :r; :"' .protect Americans' from
t .
from.3.p: ro.. until midnight, ,daring!
i); ',: iabuse, ?for reasonsof! state, "the AmeriI .
: which, time. many.... resolutions. and amendments ,
:l1 can.people will soon .want to:.know the c
.en, "oJ: Hli'j : 1'" '" -;:- -';. _.were,offered and acted upon the
". '2: "N reason'. wb'J.r .. ,.., following;, compromise resolution was
t ..- '_ :;,1" ; ? "v
: ::: \
.:i: i.\ :; ..<: :-- .", _Senator Bailey, J like, -Senator;. Tillman, adopted by viva voce,vote without call of f /
the roll.. :;Only two negative. votes
.his ., were ... ifrXu-;
i '. : has triumphed .over: bis -
: 'recorded. Two trustees not
: voting,
j and other elates by being J<
own state "
:1 .' would not vote against. The resolutions & '; '
:'" },;: *' \?*:. Unanimously. reoominated" for United follows /
were as : ,
'SA i>' ,' States.senator and,Democrats every I. = -ivv
: St > ; '"Be it resolved. That all vacancies on
': be congratulated that they.will continue
: ii- : .
the board shall be filled in the following
to. ,have these! two champions of
: % .
manner: The board of trustees shall

'L,. .';;',' '_ .' .honest government to e pose; the corrup- make three nominations for each vacancy
.' :! :;{'i' )" tion'ahd grafting. .of .the..Republican majority. Mable Bradford, 13 Church street,
the convention shall l
u.-,:. : .J; open one
:o; .h' v ", Burlington,Vt, Secretary Wbittier Oratorio
I .,t.. r/: ;< of the three.nominated. to fill each va? Society,writes: I

1;: .;. k,0' ; The people, of .course, are anxious for cal] y. .In case of no election by,the! convention Tenma is certainly a wonderful medicine

':"i" ;'.. ,' ,":' the regulating railroad and express the board shall elect for the ills of women I have heard itipoken

fr: i ,' wtesio:begin, but there can be no objection hS- .cond. That,. trustees' ,' except ashereinafter of in the highest praise by many,

:" r" :{ : to the decision of the interstate'com* provided, shall for and certainly my experience is well worthy

'k,,>' \ ':'I merce 'commission, \ to. give -the corporations a term of six years, except the president of a good word."I .

.;;'1. t}' .:. \ reasonable time to prepare their of the university, who shall be ex officio, began to have severe pains across my

V '5{:{; schedule of rates. It's av big job, .noc a member of the, ,board. back about a year ago, brought on by a

.f 'f,';'. .doubt. ,, and upon those .schedulesi all future 'Third. 'That 'when the charter is tobe cold, and each subsequent month brought

:.t }. .work will be predicated, BO a little de.' changed in accordance with 'the fore me pain and distress."Your .

:' : 'lay may Wake greater haste here fter.I I going suggestion, that the trustees of said remedy was prescribed, and the way

-. ,; I I'T i university shall decide which of their it acted.upon my system was almost too good

The top< heavy government of the Phil i number shall hold,office for one )'earand to be true. I certainly have regained my

.1 '.:}.:.. ,,, ippines that the Republicans have erected i which for two, three,' four, five and six i health and strength, and I no longer, suffer -

}, < is breaking! .down of its owntweight from years, respectively,!: and after the expiration periodical pains and extreme lassitude."- I In Perona these women find a prompt

_, '; sheer*;inability, ofthe .inhabitants to pay of, the terms of office as per this section WoVUViKi/lfAwi. diseases, Including pelvic catarrh .- and permanent cure. .
< r f \ a life long study.. I
it Either i the all elections shall be' for of fix - - *
i' enough taxes, to support a term Thousands of testimonials to this er.
: .' : Peruna cures catarrh, whether of the
?" people of the 'United States'will have,to i years,.except that an election. may:be Thousands of Women Cured Every Year I I pelvic organs or any other, organ of the feet are received by Dr.Hartman every

.t pay part of the local expenses, added to held,for an: unexpired term, and except by Correspondence-Thls Is What human year. The good that Peruna hu accomplished

J. t' the present taxes' 'they pay for the army I the year the' president would otherwise, Dr. Hartman Proposes to Do In this clas of cases can

i, ;' and navy .employed! there", or they will go out, when only three. JtO.out. For You Without Charge. a Natural Beautlfler.Pernna ec&rcely be over-estimated.

. . . . . .. . .
{ :? have to give the islands up to the Filip- After the adaption of the" resolutions Women who suffer should read the produces clean, mucous membranes '' .
: do not derive !
f ": pinos to do ,what they, !like with i and virtually the necessary! resolutions for amendmentto evidences presented here. We have the basis of facial symmetry you prompt-and
results from the of '
,satisfactory UM
the charier were land the administration 1
titend the Monroedoctrine there adopted thousands: of letters from grateful and a perfect complexion. ,
Peruna write at
to Dr. Hartman
f once -
: committee were authorized friends who tell the same story. The women hare not been slow to di-
to pr'ent' any foreign* nation from oppressing and instructed them into full statement of }
(. to carry effect. Half the viUs .that are peculiarlywoman's cover thttt a course of Peruna will ds giving a your
h. them. The Democrats may "This action by the board settles the ca.e, and he will be pleased to give
own 'are of a catarrhal more toward restoring youthful beauty
well l.declare "we told you so." controversy which had-arisen regarding than all the devices known to you his valuable advice gratis. :
character. :Pen"ie weakness was not
.... .... the connection between' the university I i .\il.ITtPr.. Htrtinan, P.-esUl-nt
R and the Florida Baptist convention, and understood for many years. Many a irl has regained J-.IT :.d.!:>rl .
rf Tin: .i.rtn an {laniteti'.ni, Colum-f
.t' J. :'Adam .Bedej Republican congressman recognizes that a connection exists and Dr. Hartman deserves the. credit of heautr.many a matron J.v= I'-'v.'ihf-r." '. .'- heltl.
i. Miii'it-n ;
.1. < )
---- from Minnesota, feels very optimistic that the convention should have a voice having determined its real character.-: t wh '.: I',! ,.}' Ctl.1., :)1 .. "I .. j

kfi .. and says he.believes, the. ,world is growing ,- in the'' selection of trustees to fill 'vacancies. He hpn 't "-" -i .. I

: belter. He i is,'shouting'these good It is tflOnght and hojied that this 'V .
will result in great lienefit to the'school
t.- I > tiding-chantanqnas at so much per and that the university will grow as it LOTUS.
l: ., fihont/no doubt, and is !hurling) : defiant-* has never grown before. Ail parties: art :Mr. Walker was a visitor to Cocoa Florida Female College

", r at the muck rakers, thrown in for good very enthusiastic'over the solution of the'pro.blem To day.

I,... measure. But Adam should know thai for the, and opening work will of the proceed university preparing for .)[jss Elma Geiger is.'visiting in Rock- TALLAHASSEE, FLA.IT .

if it had not been for a long succession ol the fall term on the usnal complete and edge this week.

"; '.., r' muck rakers the political record. world in extensive scale. All fruit trees are looking fine and POSSESSES IT EMBRACES

this country, at all events, would be entirely jrornise jrood crop next season. ,Ideal location, College of Liberal Arts,

t submerged under the burden of the Letter'to Titusville Meatmen ,Mr. E. R. Provost has gone to N. C. Excellent equipment, School for Teachers,

mack created by III(>(laIty he now, serves- Titusville, Fia. to spend the remainder of the summer.Mrs. Standard: curriculum, School of Music vocal and instrumental

). There is still a good deal of mnck in sight, Dear Sirs: A pound of good meat and Green left Thursday morning for Spacious gymnasium, including pipe organ, new

8uch as tariff and trnst extortion, railroad no bone is worth more than a half pound Chicago for her usual summer! outing Heated swimming pool, instrument,

i! ?.r. 'overcharges and general Kepoblican de of meat and a half pound of lone, hut A crowd of young people from Rock- T 'enty-acre campus,
of Industrial Arts
I.. .i and and there are., as you say a great many people moral environment includingDomestic
pravity extravagance, your record edge and Georgiana came down to the High ""
who pay more than a certain Science and Apt'
'1' Adam, in coiigress does not show; x Admiral I college spirit,
l the Give'em jicnic. I
price >y pound. hone; ,t School;; 1 I of Expression.Young .
that you have done much, if anything' that's right, g \'e'em plenty of bone! Dr. E. W. Capron spent Sunday and Steam heat, electric 1 I.Ig h t.

to make the political world better. There are people who won't pay more Monday of last week in Lotus on his!

, ...... han $1.80 a gallon for paint; give'em north. ladies contemplating entering the College this Fall should write at once
way ,
: The Lakeland Sun denounces that bone! for Session 26 and continues
dormitory room. :! begins Wednesday, September ,
. There's no better school than experience Mrs. Baldwin and little daughter, Nina
section of the concealed months.
weaponlaw' ; cost is hijth., ,bnt the I lesson is never of Georgiana were visiting in Lotus eight
t.!:, that permits of the licensing of |*r- forgotten. For catalogue and detailed information write to
.IT Wedne!!
t"; ., sons .to carry deadly weapons, ami calls Let a man paint two houses alike, same Wonder ay. Mr. Rhodes' "sail A. A. MVBPHBEE, Preside
: upon the next legislature I to amend the anyone Drvoe, the other that $1 50 why new
f '_ paint. He tuy.O gallons of each, and boat" comes to Lotus so often now? Ask
: i :, law to do with the
' so as away practice.
>ays $3 a-day for lalor-13 a day is $3 a ,he school teacher, the children think
: The suggestion ia timely. There'are too gallon, easier reckoning.He he knows. Western & Atlantic Railroadand
many concealed weapons carried under has to buy two gallons more of the

.the present law. By, law a permit is 51.50 paint and has two gallons left of The people of Lotus enjoyed another the-
:'.! l>ev<.e: 12 gallons $1 50, $18; 8 gallons picnic Saturday. )Ir. S. A. Osteen took
granted and you can frequently see! a $il 75, $141; more for "cheap" paint. his graphophone and entertained the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway
man standing around tlie streets with a He for
nays $3 a gallon painting, 8 galnns. picnickers in the school house during a
"gun" poked in his pocket The majority $24; 12 gallon?, $3(,; $12 more for

/- of these pistol Inters have no business Minting': "cheap" paint. bower of rain. DIXIE FLYER ROUTE
He'll buy the less gallons paint after Mrs. J. F. Geiger and daughters and
: !
or nee .for "gun" and why,they want
that. If people are slow to learn, it's because Miss Harris formed a very pleasant Offers best service to St. Louis and Chicago and points West and Northwest.
; to carry it is a mystery unless it be as they .keep on buying bone-meat.
the old saying that "cowards JJive'em plenty uf U>ne.Yonrs'truly. crowd who picnicked on the launch Mys-
," goes go Shortest Route Quickest Time
: ,! tic to Indianola and back one day l lastweek. ,
: armed." All one has to do .to carry a W.'DEVOE, & Capt. Rogero in his usual pleasant
.is file COtn Train leaves Jacksonville at 9 p. m., running solid! to Atlanta. Through Palace-
.. weapon .to a petition the New York. and generous way did all he could to .
; -{ county commissioners 'and give two persons F. S. Jas. Pritchard & Son sell our paint make it pleasant the crowd. All report Day coach to Nashville.
Pullman Room Buffet
a delightful trip and very pleasant Drawing Sleeping cars through from Jacksonville to St.
,as bondsmen and the "gun" carry ime. Louis and Jacksonville to CbiCR o. Solid vestibule! train from Jacksonville to Atlanta

ing privilege! .is granted. The Sun is Weekly Weather Report.* Atlanta Nashville:; and Nashville to St. Louis. .

right Then is too much laxity in the U.'.DKPAKTXXNT: OF AQBICULTCKK:WKATBKB Registration Notice Aek!! for tickets via Nashville.! Chattanooga and St Louis railway.

concealed weapon law and it should. be K7KEAU.JCPITER The registration books will lie opened
Leave Jacksonville
amended. FLA., Aug 14. 1906. at the court house the: first Monday in 9:00 p. m.
Leave Atlanta:
., for the of all 9:35 p. m.
Comparative statement of temperatures \ngust purpose
}, Leave Chattanooga 1:15
Key West Extension Note'. and rainfall for the week finding Tuesday. qualified[ electors who are not registered, Arr \Nashville 6:55 p. m.
1906 1905 aod will be opened three days in each p. m. '
Two cars of freight for Key West and DAT:. MAX. Ml*. WAX. KIH.Aug. week, Monday, Friday and .Saturday, Leave Nashville 8.00 p. m.
one car of machinery! for the extension .. 8. 86 79 87 75 from 9 a. m. nntil 12, and from 2 p. in. Arrive Martin, 12:05 p. m.
have been received at the terminal station .. 9. 88 78 87 80 till 5. The books will open in all districts Arrive St. Louis, 7:30 a. m.
in Miami this "'eek. .. 10. 67 76 88 78 in the county the first Monday in Leave Nashville, 8:00 p. m. ':
11. 82 74 85 77
Several tons of wrought iron braces .. Arrive Chicago 9:30 p. m. '
12. 84 75 88 75 September, and will be open two days in .>
varying in length from 4 feet to 35 feet, .... 13. 84 71 87 76 each week, the days to be designated by Questions! cheerfully answered. ';"1(0'

have( been assorted and piled up on the 14. 86 74 89 74 he district supervisors The books will For further information, rates etc., call on or write to
terminal dock for transportation to the Total rainfall for the week. 2.84 inches. lose in all districts in the county, the

keyvhere the concrete work.has been Departure. rainfall for the week plus 1.77nches. second Saturday in
This Ang. 1st, 1906. ,.
car loads of angle plates! have Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st plus NORWOOD
4.16inche*. W. S. Florida Passenger Agent
passed ttroogh Miami for the Homestead. H. P. HABDUC. Supervisor of Registration for Brevard i -"

line the first of this.week. j ssr_... .. Offieial in Charge. _. /ounty. i 212 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. t'SSAI <

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",,-:: 1! '. + ,,; e .* **' ;: -& .9"- <' s 'I elected to each Houe;that UM vote of said amendments Irrnsftfi. sn4 fin !.east'" .
""' :r- ... I I ..f ;- :fXtf' ....,lajgb ''t : :: Joint Isolations entered their ord aa herein provided" all cdbenofttMha .
: -;;"" "Yo'p "",r ,.. .. ;;S.'Itfj >" :;: Nltw .r; .*=;Bmhed=WaaWdilojnrtd Totilids ]: were npoa : .
criminal of afcag hseiaw f
dayto court *<
4tii l, No rive Jenrnalawith yew and nays recor e %[ ; : -
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; "* '. ,.. sad ufh court of record and diaefeaif _
< i.1 -'fc yL'f J'- ; they did determine and aired ttefojiial* -
t:_. ,jUiC! ici _. study,- retid'to* expert- ,=0operet'aXjrct UPrc&' :esprdadgn that the rid Joint Rbmitted and receive the emoloaenU ftf seek OBW tEe 7..;... ; 02.5'.-..
,. ir"i i' .. o({aadaaltnae ttv'4. "'" -- bYGu1" -Dtt >j-**+if>f itaicntl Itperet.pret4Jpret: :& >.sprat to tLe elector of the State at .the General expiration of their ptftsent .terat etot: *\..> ,;::i. ;"' ;- :'<
: ) s ve yourVSr'2 5daya.tt3peret: TOprs*:IBOprrt'285prct Election Novemberl90S! J. Section 4Lv,. The said ooort aad jodM i.wtli.i" :
..-j oahe'taaes: of. decay, in brangeiinprincipal biir *and-a'ri'i-sive>#- '*:it'*quickly*" too"* *! T days 5,4perct,74HarctI8LOprrt: S14prct NOW.:.THEEEFOBE.. H. CLAY CRAW? hae1uainoriginaJj.risdidlonof.u < &-: :"

o .., '?-::...Mae lxat completed- and i tiummDtT:; *- Z Jf-'fjS&k In"to" iced\sum d t'the*- decay ff is i" more-'eenbotisi1i11te '- t TORD,' Secretary: of State of the Bt.ate'ot nal case, not capital which shall arise ia1 B- $;" ,t.
'l..'. } $ iteslpYyourindthls .. .' florida cambia and shall .have in Eacaabtf '
J : ; 011 do hereby give notice that a county .p ., :
in . .
:<"' -:" 1paDts the nil. II :! fruit inthe7top"tier of bores; county,concurrent with the Circuit Goartasdi.:: ; ."", -...<

,: :lip!!tin jo been loaded. egwd-byGfil.poaKlortia .i .rtti n'Sc;Shttif-"yourhllf.* asUw. *fruit cools mbrevslowly than thetxsrigint6erbotttimtier.of GENERALELECTION.- Circuit Judge of said county the same original" > .3 ',: ..;
-A jurisdiction of all other matUrm\ '. '
case and -:;
':; : "' charge''' oftraBjportation ever. :'.: mac" ..;.olityouwill? .y useArea's : : boxes.Sound will be held in each'County;in Florida on I the eirenit eoart and circuit judge of said eoonVty. ..'-?!:;

': diI'r" ;:>l" t ;" .. ... ,. aril_ 8ora! e.. LV. .< H {lVilOr.: 'It;.makes k, brushed' orVnnbroshed- 4 'oranges Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday in i .and the same power to issue writs of man:jf ; --'
.;::;. "'- .. ; November A.D. 1900, the laid Tuesday ,being damns'injunction,quo warraato certiorari,- ; .::_.
.,!Wlwjfi'SJw, ....l'IIIehi 3< :."'...-..-.-.iftt-raDcJ-L.., .- ;. ... "" :_. 8.1' the scalp: Wealthy: *The: hairstays appear,to..carry' :nearly equally.well onboth the' y prohibition habeas corpus and all writs proper .. i"' '

-. s *-' .1$1 *. In; f. jinx .-- :canaat* dti anything = tiers. There.may ,be ,two,:to four and necessary to the complete exercise of, 3 .-
: : ; 'SIXTltDAY OF NOVEMBER their -
jurisdiction aa the circuit court and eir.
j .' f>aJo (_') i times = : ;
? inwashett
much decay
',as .in the; top tier

_., "'':--'>, 1tr$;'ii ,,".be._._. ''troDideCa."".. oranges. .in_'1905? ,' eise. ItVSf nature's' airy.Thebeatldadofstestimcafal "".: fruit- ; and a still' T. difference- Joint for the Resolution ratification, rejection Amendments of'the said to cuit and judge authority of said to county summon, except and empanel the power a, r*?.;:: .F

;.,x'A-b '"k aD nt itel,000,000or;>> more.o*The : -"*-'$ ia oranges that arc".mechUic Jly injured. the Constitution, of proposing the State of Florida viz; grand; jury r
/ M8old for Section 42 There shall be six
lour of said
; sixty ytaz terms :>.
0'.. ;;.f.j}'I>'iY"; !ie 1 iromm mold. which'- _.. :In:;preoooled .fruit;
U;; ; ij1 aeoally" :! tt I the: frui.t i .through:an'abra; : 1 Iaade.r.a.moo.LQ,i,.... --Mir.or r sn.z:- -: the!car is more. uniform from the top to : Section 43. There shall be for said court' a
'if. oa{ in the-skin or else enter-an orange;; .' = i little That the following amendment to Article pr06eCOtiDl.ttorney who shall be appointedly
i k BiIcnatf
? i I the
: .. .dS ; bottom.There is differencein
.{ r. ; E1t XVI of the Constitution of the State of Florida the Governor and confirmed by the Senate
::;..,_-' I that has: bad its resisting power weaken'od JS .decay the fruit lathe two tiers of be and it is hereby agrees to and shall and who shall hold his ,office for four years.

: # in. eoineM.other manner ;More thsnbilfahe .' if recTouL.(# *, boxes.: There is usually- :though not to submitted to the electors of the State at His compensation shall be fixed by law.
the general election to be held on the first Section 44. All offenses triable in said court -"
"Jitt decay in,.the,.eastern;,markets always a, little' more decay, in'the fruit Tuesday.after the first Monday in NovemberA. hall be prosecuted upon information under'

n be read tt1' ,traced to. :mechanical,Injurief 1"" l'J" : in the_ top.tier of bores,in'cars shipped : D. 1906, for ratification or rejection., oath to bellied by the prosecuting attorney,bnt s
: < Moist "pJBEC8HIDBECSHED, WASHED Section 32.' The Governor, the Comptroller the grand jury of the circuit court for said
iD ;
the skin of IbVfrblt
.. | ; } under ventilation as the,air -warme' on the State Treasurer, the Attorney Genej- county may indict for any offense triable in

M j waria air provides ideal conditions, [for AND DlPUFICT. ftIT the average in the top of the car.' iU and the Commissioner of Agriculture of the:court; of record. Upon the finding of such W

gnQwtbof' decay.. Cold;'dry! au map An.' ; of a large'number of tests These !; the State of Florida, and their successors in indictment eircnit judge shall commit or
,<.di H)tb average results, as far as they go appearto office are hereby constituted and designated bail the accused for trial in the court; of record
>{ ," : m ,prevent the .germination of ,the mold made ,in all parts of the orange'district indicate that the fundamental require as a board of drainage commissioners, and Ire ,.which trial shall be upon Information. '

j cor&and retard. the glfowth. of. ; the dirt: with oranges'Jield two weeks"in'w&rm. menta for the successful shipment of the hereby authorized and empowered to estab- Section 45. The clerk of said court shall be
j1f .v .. lish a system of canals drains: levees, dikes elected by the electors of Escambia county
lf jff i( it,baa)'already- -- started ItiafunlasoaUor moist/rooms,or under:the most favorable orange are that the fruit should be delivered and reservoir of such dimensions and depth, and shall hold office for four years/and his

:v ::: : d appear in a clean.soundJorangp conditions' for decay gives the following to the packing house free from as in the judgment of said board of drainage compensation shall be fixed by law. The, ''
.a commissioner is deemed advisible, to drain sheriff of Escambia county shall be the ex ecu-
$1: : ; ;j. : .even, .under adverse conditions approximate results: scale and free (rom mechanical injury it and reclaim the swamp and overflowed lands tine officer of said court, and his duties and

.:t 1.' j TAe investigation in 1906 has :covered ,Unbrushed.fruit apparently free from should 'be, .handled. in a 'packing house within the State of Florida, or such parts or fee shall be fixed by law.
the portions thereof as is deemed best by said Section 46. The same rules pf procedureand
field mechanical
t1 following : injuries 1.5 cent decay. with
per enough care to prevent mechanical
v board of drainage commissioners from time to practice which obtain in the circuit court x-
;rg q |:li :The mechanical injury ,in picking Brushed fruit' apparently .free from injury,'.and it should 'be shipped quickly time, and to provide for the irrigation of the of the county shall obtain in the court

fi94oi'; ', fruit and the,, damage..done_ by the mechanical_ ,injuries, 4.0 per cent decay. after, the coolest practicable drains lands reclaimed, levees, dikes and, and to maintain reservoirs such in canals such, record courts of,record and all,except laws'as relative otherwise to criminal provided ,r

:14 : 2 b'apdling it in packing' houses.. Washed fruit. 'apparently. free. from temperature. As conditions vary from manner as will be most advantageous to the herein, shall apply to and control the court v

"-"Y1" .2r, The sound nnbrnshed, mechanical injuries, '1"20 per cent decay. these. fundamentals the probability of territory so drained the State of Florida, its of record. Change of venue may be bad from
!- and'iaehed inhabitants and the commerce thereof.Section the court of record to the circuit court of another '
:. x :)brushed fruit and iti'frait all Mechanically injured fruit (clipper loss from decay increases: f 33. That the board of drainage v county for the same causes, and under -

Wit"G 'ofihfelt hub been injured by the dippers? cut, punctures, etc.) 36 0 per cent decay commissioners are hereby authorized and, the laws providing' changing the venue ,1

'rj.Jf.: ,r ,in picking; by stems, puncturing other or- The nnbrnshed fruit from he coast to Old>maids wouldbe'scarceandhard to find, empowered to establish drainage districts and froIII the circuit court of one county to the .
fix circuit of
the boundaries thereof the State of Flor court another county. The Governor fr
: st1f angieptF abrasions, .of other kinds. .11'ri1't. he' upper. 8an. Bernardino' valley. hasaveraged Gould they be made to see, ida That the'board of drainage commissioners may. in his discretion, order the circuit '

iA & .|deaiy|:an ieound; nnbrosbed, : from 1 to 2 per- ceut decay in How grace and beauty is combinedBy be and it is authorized and empowered judge of Escambia county or of any other .
.. using Rocky Mountain Tea. to prepare a list or lists of all the alluvialor county to hold one or more terms or parts of
i' : : !
: wf c ,brtN_ d\nd|washed: fruit)nthe'xa8t, all! jplacestbe( i f brushed- 'fruit from 3 5* to Ask your druggist. swamp and overflowed taxable lands terms of the court of record. Any civil cause tin

fi.Jfjj: :nrid-varley': and_ 'upper San Bernardino 4.5 per cent,. and the washed root 11 i to within such drainage district or dis the court of record may be tried before ,
Meeting County School Board tricts, and levy thereon an acreage tax referee, or in case of the disqualification of e
jt4 r.. galley- regions. .. 12.5 per cent. Similar treatment in not exceeding ten cents per acre per an- the!judge of the court of record, may be tried b

o/- ;4. ,The decay inuuew' YorkiIi sound handling haJTprodnced. similar results in The board of public instruction met on num to be filed annually by said boardof by a judge ad litem, or may be transferred to r ,

M |s,. I-! nnbrnshed, brushed and :washed and, .in all section '. Monday, Aug. 6th; Present E. B..Arnold drainage assessors commissioners of the various,counties and the embracedin varioustax the other circuit county court, in the of Escambia same way county and according or any 1

. .. '- mechanical: injured 'fruit shipped ;under '8HIPPIS(1J TESTS. chairman pro. tern., 'A. J. Carter. part or in whole within such drainage dis- to the same piovisionsas govern such pro-

[ ventilation! ;under! '.:aai.under,pr,!- Ventilation-When Chipped quickly and John B. Walker secretary.The and trict enter or districts the same shall upon receive the tax such rolls list or of lists the ceedings ty. in. the circuit court of Escambia coun- 3

l ." cooling! 'In the: list.method. the, fruit is after packing under ventilation to New minutes of the last regular meeting county or counties in which such lands may Section. The Supreme court of tue State

', cooled!"to 35 deg. to 4Q deg. cold York the- decay in twenty 'cars of fruit were read and adopted. lie and the amount so levied by the board of shall have appellate jurisdiction in all cases
drainage commissioners in such manner and at law and in equity originating in the courtof
i j.fV: ;; Btorage.warehoused before' shipping, and" forwarded from, the last of February to, Treasurer's report for July.: was found form as may be prescribed by the board of record and in ca&ea of conviction of felony ain -

''rg' ,is then i : rWaniMranderIcing: > the middle of'April was as'follows Y correct and redeemed warrants were duly drainage commissioners from time to time the court of record. The circuit court of

deca 'York in7sonnionbrashed which amounts shall be collected by the various iscambia county shall have, final appellate
f& The
I;I { : ) .idNew Unbrnshed fruit app r n' from' cancelled and filed.FINANCIAL. tax cbllectors of the counties wherein jurisdiction of all misdemeanors tried in the

" brushed washed and in mechanical mechanical injuries 1.5 pet cent. 6UUMASY. such levies hive been made as other taxes court of record. AH appeals or wilts of error

I injured fruit delayed from one Brushed fruit apparently free from are collected in accordance with law, and pay prosecuted from the reurt of rw-ord. hether r -'
Warrants outstanding last report. $ 795.33 over said amounts collected to the board of to the Supreme Court or Circuit Court, shall
1Z4- to seven days after packing in the pack. mechanical injuries, 1.5 per cent. issued this meeting.!___ 855.66 drainage commissioners! said commissionersshall b e prosecuted in the same way and according

, + ing house/! ;< Washed [fruit. apparently, tree from have a lien superior to all other liens to the same rules as govern such proceedings v _
: > *
j 1.650.99 upon the taxable lands in any such drainage from the Circuit Court to the Supreme Court. t

:; 6. The'dietnbotion of decay in the car mechanical injuries 4.5 percent. Warrants paid in July_______ 542.75 districts to be enforced by tax levy, for the Approved June 6. 1905.
i { in unbrnshed, brushed washed, and in Mechanically injured 17 0 per cent.icingWhen cost of any work done under the provisions ARTICLEThat XXKII.

-l i : imperfect fruit when shipped to New shipped quickly after Warrants now outstanding....... 1,10824 hereof amendment or done, under prior the to provisions the adoption of an of act this'of the following amendment to Article j _

.. ;.:=5:>'> -. .York. .* packing under icing to New York (for Total cash on hand ......._...... 2,890.27 the Legislature passed in 1905. XVII of the Constitution of the State of
Florida be and the is p'
,l- L'O U same hereby agreed to
Section SI. That the board of
t f i., CLIPPER C'VTI'IXG.- Warded from March to May) the decay. Surplus cash on hand ..__.-_..-.. '1,782.03 commissioners be and it is authorized drainage to exer- and shall be submitted to the electors of the

'P 1.Jr.'Jifi The- average. i injury: from!.cutting the in about thirty-five cars of fruit has been ; ITEMIZED EXPENDITURES cise the right of eminent domain in the con State at or the rejection general: election in 19U6 for ratification -

demnation of land for the location of its
) Tt', orange with the clippers fouhlars.m revering as follows*: > County school fund. als. drains, levees, dikes and reservoirs can-for Section 1. Either branch of the Leg ;lature

- "MU-r;_ it from the tree 'i" b about 5 to ''Unbrushed fruit apparently! free from John B. Walker salary supt. for July.. 75.00 the purposes aforesaid and may enter upon, at amendments a regular to session this thereof may propose

______________ take and such land it Constitution and if the r
salaries use
.i ).7 .8 per cent in .19O6.- -Ili isia> ii averaged mechanical injuries 0.1 per cent. Teachers' 420.00 as may pending same be agreed to by three-fifths of all the
___ condemnation proceedings, deem
E. B. Arnold diem and
per mileage necessary *
;; members elected each 20 cent. The injury seems to Brushed fruit apparently free from for such ,fed in the to house such proposed
,,,i Q." : per : A. J. Carter, per diem and mileage_. 3.80J. purposes ascertaining amendments shall be entered their
@t i be reduced to a minimum when the mechanical injuries, 0.5 per cent. B. Walker exp. fr'ght.ipostz: etc___ 8.93E. compensation to be paid forsuch land or rightof .pertive. Journals with the upon and and re-
C. Advocate, printg. finan. stat__.. 2.00 way, benefits to be derived from such yeas naj g
Washed fruit free from shall be in
\: }: ': ." pi eking-ia done, by trained gangs of apparently IL.E. Wakefield, janitor for June____ 5.00J. drainage shall he considered by the jury. where published one newspaper in each

:tIJ. men' under t.control of; the packinghouse ; mechanical injuries, 2.7 per cent' S. Stone repairs to No. 103.._-...___ 12.92 Section 35. The' Legislature may providefor one county month, a newspaper is published, for
immediately preceding the next
B. W.. Giinpbeil. desks the assessment of benefits derived by lands
boating to
wheitJliH house Mechanically.injared] ; 6.0 per cent. general eltctiou of
'r ; eo packing' em No. 105................_.....__.. 1.50 by reason of such drainage and the collection election; the Representatives, at which
ploys,an- inspector tofpiard the fdiffer .PrecoolingWhen': shipped'.qui kly G. F. Dare,repairs to No.401--._____ 1.40 thereof; the proceeds therefrom shall be paidto electors of the same State shall for approval be submitted or the

!. ant growers from this type of injury..4fiJ after packing at a temperature of 35 E. C. L Co., material for No.104521 the board of drainage commissioners to be If[ a majority the electors voting upon '
; R. B. Pyles, sup. Nos. 104.1,101.19._ 5 00 used by them for such drainage purposes.Approved .
common 40 deg. F. and iced regularly in transit the amendments at such election shall adopt
< The ipjury appears -e. more Bank of Ft. Pierce ink May and June 2.40 May 27, 1905 the amendments the shall become 4
Ftif. when the fruit is picked by the box and the oranges of all eraSes have arrivedin C. F. Richardson, work on No. 103.__ 12.50 of the Constitution. same The proposed amend.a part
S. __...__ ARTICLE XXI){.
A. Osteen. repairs to No. 19 13.21
New York shall be
careful practically sound. The decay ments so submitted as to enable the
: whelltthe not under
: t; dickers are, : Gum & Co. high school books.....__ 336
> '''in That Section nine ((9) of Article five ((5) of electors to vote on each amendment separately
the imperfect and washed fruit .
.t.if:. supervision. The orange Delivered to a So. Sch. book Co.. high school books. 1.92 the Constitution of the State of Florida be All amendments adopted at the electionat

1: ,a packing house by: different growers may has only.been retarded D.nder.this method Americas Book Co, high sch. books 12.56 and the same is hereby amended so as to readas which this is submitted or heretofore
Free books...._...._.._________ 187.93H.
1' : : 'vary from} 40 per cent in the_amount shipment The mold spores have not & W. B. Drew Co.supplies_...____ 1.80 follows, viz: adopted of the by Constitution the electors are hereby declared a ;
the date
Section 9. The salary of each Justice of part of the
been killed. The fruit that would have Lars Jorxenson. work on No. 26__._. 2.00
'; and 'llimilarvariatioo of the
of a adoption
injury the be four same.
'. clipper Supreme Court shall thousand
L. .i P. Bertelson. isolated pupil.--...... 20.00 t
:. ", '.: Ja common in the I fruit ,picked by different rotted under ventilation .or, under icingis ChasjCbrrington, isolated pupil__.___ 2000 (HOOO dollars a year. The salary of each The Approved June in 6,1905. 1
cast compliance with said
Circuit shall be three thousand five
Judge proposed d.
from 1 to 40 likely to decay as soon as it warms up. John Henry, difference in previous amendments and the
pert4L ,
.f. :' growers may vary double warrant._.._.._..._.....___...__ .80 hundred ($3.500): dollars a year. and canvasai; declarations -
There is a advantage in having amendment : returns thereof, shall be subjectedto
.. cent in the amount of clipper injury, and John Henry typewriting min. and That the foregoing to Section
; ': a similar variation is common in the fruit clean sound, unwashed fruit to chip. certificate ......................... 3.75 9 of Article V of the Constitution is hereby the same regulations law and restrictions as are
z 4 : agreed to and the same shall be submitted to provided by for general elections in the
,, First it carries well under all of Special Fund "C" 5383 Laws of Fla. of Florida.
t'k. :; picked by different men in the sametrove. systems the electors of the State for approval or rejection state -
Jessie P. Miller teacher No. 26 June 35.00
: IN .
.. In several of the largest interests shipping, and'econd., it is more likelyto at the next general election of repre- WHEREOF have hereunto
n' set hand and affixed the t
sentatives as required by Section 1, Article my
in: California this type of injury has :remain sound, on arrival in the distant Total issue $ 855.W XVII of the Constitution. [I.. 8.] Great Sal of the State of Florida at

r= not 2 cent in 1906. market The request of Zack Dixon was granted Approved May 31. :905. Tallahassee, the Capital this first
"'R .. averaged over per and he is allowed until Aug. 30th 1906 day of August A. ).1906.
3{ ;f BTEK PCXCTCKDCG. Delayed Shipments-When to complete the addition to the Cocoa ARTICLE XXX. H. CLAY CRAWFORD, 4
and _mechanically.. injured fruit has been school building. That the following amendment to ArticleV Secretary of State.

J1i'fJ. ',.. ;The average injury from stem puncture held in the packing house, one three There being no, further business, the of the Constitution of the State of Florida To J. P. BRowN, Sheriff Krevard. (*unt.r. e has ; not been greatly reduced relative to the Judiciary Department to be TitugvilleFla.Aug.3.
t probably five and seven days after packing board adjourned to meet on the I first Mon ___
if in 1906. This of injury is the day in September at 2:30 o'clock m. numbered Section 35* of said Article V. be and u
i type p.
4 .
: and then shipped under icing to New the same is hereby agreed to and shall be

; ri result of leaving the stem of the oranges York the decay in all of the grades in submitted to the electors of the State at the BOBBINSQRAHAM

;j too long. It has averaged not over 2 to 3 { Why'fret mud Worry general election to IK- held "n the first Tuesday
ten was as follows: in
cars after the fiat Monday November, A.
r? Per: cent in large interests which have when your child has a severe l'Otd.1)1) D.:1906 for ratification or rejection to-wit &
: :
Shipped the day of packing, 2.0 per need fear r
.. not pneumonia
,- t /Uhandled the fruit with great care,- but it Section 39.<< The annual salary of the -
x '. cent. monarv diseases. Keep supplied will judges of each of the Criminal Courts of Ktc- CO., t
' : OIIIa'i a' nihM 20 to 30 per cent Ballard's Horehound Syrop-a jositivr lint hereafter be. established shall
., Shipped three days after packing 5.0 now, or to (Incorporated Paid up Capital $25.QOO.(0. t
t :[ g .T re i usually from two to lour timesift cent. > cure fur colds coughs whooping f"irl); be paid quarterly by the county where such Tins company owns lands e
e, in washed in per and bronc iu8. Mrs. Hall of .Sioux court is established and shall be as follows :
iRMiTfltem in Indian Rim Conn-
1. puncturing the
fire after 100 In counties IhS than fifteen thousand
Shipped days .packing, Falls, S. D., writes: "I have used your pop
: | ulatiou one thousand dollars; in counties of try,on the St. Lncie River,
wonderful Ballard's Horehound
'puncturingra per cent. Syrup, from fifteen thousand to twenty-five thousand at New River, and on Biscayne -
children for five Its :
on my years. rrsnt'have
hundred dollars in
f jr population fifteen ; counties Bay
" && 1. PPltbe fruit into_the picking ,)bag DeafbeM Cannot Be Cured been wonderful.) ". Sold by Red of from twenty-five thousand to thirty- SUIT i
,' aad polling it into the boxes. In'theilifkinf By local applications,as they cannot reach the Cross Pharmacy. five thousand population, two thousand dollars TIMES.. .1.
'1:, :"'lf. .,.. ... diseased portion of the ear. There is only one ; and in counties of more than thirty-five Send for land list. tP11 t:
;- '. boose it is iocreaaed by steepfeSaWbVbf Ornczs&T. ,
v--i way to core deafness and that is by constitutional NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFor thousand population twenty-five hundred
'' r &he O **Cropping in- remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed II dollars hereby repraling any and all part TITCSVILLE AND MIAMI

' '{{ '" ii? i washing the froit and by condition of the mucous lining of theeartathiin Permit to Sell liquors, Wines aDd or parts of the said Constitution in conflict 1' f
lie the" .bin*, by>> .. tabs.'When this tube inflamed herewith. I ENNIS & FORTTITUSVILLE
; 1-&" &l+ i' forms of lough handling !It is yoa have a rumUinjaound or imperfect hearIng Beer. Approved June 6,1905.ARTICLE Jt

i N;y. 'eevetri in Backing bonsea with over- and when it is entirely closed deafoeu is WHEREAS, Horace Y. Pitts has filed with .. IfBlacksluithiogan -
XXXI. ---- ?---------- : )
.,,., M. .-- '' Lf. K A '.Dd iD aU the result,and nnleas the inflammation can betaken the board of county commissioners for Bre '
.. oat and this tube restored to Its normal vard county. Fla., his application for permitto That the following amendments to Article Repair work
.: r :;f >r I jawhtetr\ the machinery ii, run atMg condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; sell liquors, wines and beer in election district V of the Constitution of the State of Florida, .
:Pi i( i : There other- nine'aeee out of ten are caused by catarrh, 2 of said county and state; any citizen of relative to the Judiciary Department, to be
b gb:rats of.ispeed.' .are which is nothing bat inflamed condition of suck election district may show cause, if any numbered Sections 40. 41. 42. 43. 44.4.'i. 46 and
\t o J.{ tD'i Hi'.slams of moe anteal injury such the BOOMS surface* there be, at the meeting of the board to be 47, of said Article V, be and the same are FLA.
.rt!" '- -- biib onngeainthe We will save One Hundred Dollars for any held on Tuesday,the 4th day of September hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to

: s r z';Ii.*:;Vi" IW' .' : .. ....: ;,,; 41.._' __:1 tar of deafness (caused by catarrh) that canMttwetred next at 230,p. nx. wby such ,permit should the electors of the State at the general! elec- Wagons made and repaired. Horse Shoeing j" j
< .- ef ... -.-...........,... -UIIU by. Hall'i Catarrh Cure. Send for not be noted. tion to be held on the first Tuesday after the specialty. Work from any part Indian ;" ,
, -,'.-" -. .cawedr3. dzenlan: : .. free. [sZAL] A. A.STXWAST, first Monday in November-. D.. 1906, for River or anywhere in the county will receive :
'A = PYNfte/ I;" :T. J. CHENEY & co.,Toledo,0. Clerk of tie Board of County Commissioners, ratification: or rejection to-wit: oar careful attention. We stand the freight i
a >;Y- '.. ':JaI J t !t:. Ia',u.e pIct 1i Js8oU hy tte.HilTB Bnvard County, Florida.' Section 40. There shall be established in way and guarantee to give you satisuc i< t'OliO ti

+If w 7r id r I'? ? JaWnSaw the beat .. By a A.Stewart, TX a the county of cambia, whenever the voters tion. Send us your work.
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t. J; !Y ',', i 'worrIes--:. 'maDY. She; The 'Geo.H. ,Fernald Hardware Co.'MACHINE

sometimes:forget* her own bodily: discomforts .
x.-;' >:. :.' sy.atassaratrtyteraat I 'her
of overpoweringlore
.,-.. '\." ;J: ""j,' t,..., I ,because' ; z.i .
.... Msleeail luhl"" I for the child. She becomes broken
,. .., ""M; .wII .r ....,.w.r....... down '8l-pless" ,':nervous, Irritable and, .
: ": ... .
at..aaeettte isOy SHOPS
: night.
.;o'a *. > aasiSwaaeahg"'aoi feels tired from, morning
>. ., .., ... _t .[ mothers of experience can tell you .
.. ."" "",' tv. ....... .we, C, )< Many
',"A.; t' .............tad l'lyda.l Cotton? Dues. that at such a time they hare been relieved

:- d' .It i r 4 t$''''' !, # ;..,'._. "B.-. _. ..... i' '. 0';$" IJiIldtecl'&Dd strengthened and
,.", .,. -.,. ..1-}<: .'", '. Plumbing and Metal Work
; <: "* i'oper"heal .by taking a prescription -
<713keFtoj ipea. '.. OllE'Drw- > .'CBS, put r= "
""T which their mothers told
_ .. -
_li': ; ;= Id.dfCOCHRANE HUNTs .
-: f :lwppoiedly ; .A them was',the only woman's tonic to betaken J .

''"'. pineappleaartd"then.beL : .. %'c* #President. '. at such 'times. Dr. Pierce's Favorite .BUILDERS'HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS. 4j ::
: 'off' Prescription has enjoyed an enviable ,
# "aRxY81116atOrJ ,. ,,,. : .
. nsur'SU'COw.
:- :f' "" it U reputation for over a third of a century -
.fe' .,: TongsThls: happened.. -
$ It sold
.' In all that; time has more
: ... i sia&D lett $1.; ; rioQtlngi ;'A.. IIBHC- sea cow', measuring' 18 largely,In the United States than 'any Agricultural Implements -bJ
''''' '' '
., trienit't6W twlateled Iejabab1elvpii feet.:J!: length' ud weJghia 903ponndXirMei other tonic for woman's needs and today -

.f",'. :\;fre:;"lPt" $ !; I''f'opened- -'b"')''""'J' .".-BS. Win;' -, ..... ,. first. .- .ahed, ashore' ontheFloriia.coast its sales are greater than ever. SANFORD FLORIDA J .
<;- In favor of Dr. Pierce's medicines Is the
soSS and 'captured by A.W.f.Dimock .
SS'clerkstatha gtlitlOnTne.aptflutvprs ,
...': ":"'? ; ; .
'"ii frank, confiding, open, honest statementaf
_ ;;. ; Iively fl !tbeforebej. ;. t ting ; >pf,/'Marco, Fla. was their full composition, giving every ingredient '
: ec re A.' ;InTeauyaupa ,ten sblpped'.to'tha3 ..Aquarium, New York In plain English,without fear of :
gt,,,,. """ t .:: :: '" '..... .
City, and Is now on\exhibition'there. successful erit ism and with confidence
.;ehQAed'that,.iie.'gatorhad. :been sent .
;,'' '-' 'L thai the of the afflicted will .
vfroln:far-off-Florida+ as a*pleasan surprise This ,sea. monster i was shipped to = tr r r C 1-r-, .
> lead them to appreciate this honorable
_ ,,y!1i "' ;tor,Mr. W.:]E.lMcComasfrelght: :; Jacksonville.. "'by .rail-' ,and placed onboard manner of confiding to them what they r SPAutm BAt {

: Jf agent for(the 'Pennsytyanaroad the.Clyde Line.' steamer Nava- ire taking into their stomachs when BASE

: staUon. : bo7nd) New1 It reached of these medicines. .
at;;the,; That the gift was a hoe,,) : for :York. Baking use

.Jti7 without .surprise goes ,*: saying* .The ; .
t '*1 reptile'had bees confined;Ins a box, Manatee IV.; A great many women feeling the need and Sporting Goods are : 'I. ''
: ef a tonic take a cocktail, whisky, or .
J .which l"had;'neen broken J>pen, ))by his TheNewYor'1c-HeraId" ': In speaking what. is lust as bad. some widely advertised '

-f! ,effortsi: ;lUpon;thls''case was found at- of the manatee; says: compound containing a lame percentage Distributed to the trade in Florida exclusively #
of alcohol. Doctor Pierce's
\ ;?. ?i hqd| fan',envelope directed
x, 'Freight Agent. :Inside was an'official: from Florida waters has been free from alcohol or narcotics-made of I 5
..1'i" '' roots which cannot harm the most delicate The H. & W. B. DREW
attaches the
} .. paper of-the' railroad.companywhlchcontained christened by of Aquarium system but; have a wholesome, life .

'these, sentences:v is now attraction... of the giving, tonic-effect upon the system.
> Tonics
largely of alcohol interfere
."'To theaient'a1' the destination'of Battery Park resort The sea cow, as with the digestion of certain foods and JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA I

this, car: ,This la a .compliment:.oft the mammal. is.more familiary known, as doses increase the alcohol absorbedgeisInto
the blood and shrinks the red blood I .
r' 'Florida., ..1'ro1D''orej i on tit.Piae- was washed ashore, on' the Florida corpuscles. As the blood feeds the nerves

:. apple. :Extra' Afl,from,jFort Pierce- i Coast, and-lent North by A. W. Dim the the nerves mother get becomes improper'nervous.nourishment As and the 1J Prices on the goods F. '0. Jacksonville are the |

iFla Let us hear from your .' ock, of Marco, ;Fla., as a gift to the nerves suffer so does the skin. [LI I same as charged in New York, saving considerablein

signed Aquarium ,of ty. Better stick to a health-giving tonic .
The names of the crew .were that has in the past third of a century freight..
to the paper Tile alligator Is about "This specimen has the distinctionof sold more widely than any other.QFES .
f l f Send for catalogue and sell Spaulding's l i Line i
\It 4 .feet in length, but, has a fighting being the largest that was ever"in AS THE DAY. :
: _
'capacity,:it was.stated, equal to ..thatOf'ai" captivity; weighing 900 pounds and What Dr. Pierce's Favorite 'Prescrip- =' JI=JL. JI=. "'

: animal many'times. Its size. Its measuring 18 feet in length. It was Golden tion is Seal made of. Its ingredients are:
root. Lady's Slipper root.
large mouth is'armed with needle-like brought here by the Navahoe of the Black Cohosh root. Unicorn root. Blue Ei''Si1 i
Cohosh root Pure
Chemically Glycerine.
4 -. teeth,: which .are no mean weapons, Clyde Line which reached her pier Hobart A. Hare M. D., University of ;

and, its .tall 'is.also dangerous. The yesterday afternoon. Pa., says of Golden Seal-"Good in all
atarrhal conditions as uterine catarrh,
t trip+from. Fort 'Pierce from. which "* "It required a derrick to swing the leucorrh ea. etc." Prof. John King in the ,

.: A s t place !the. 'gator ....a8. shipped, consumes sea cow and its. wooden tank from American Dispensatory says of Black

t: :two days, aJ d.1t Is probable ship to pier, and a truck to convey it dient Cohosh In"Favorite root-another Prescription important"By ingre its Merchants & Miners Trans. Co's

t. g that it was not long before the reptile to the Aquarium. There eight 'long- special affinity for the female organs,It is
an efficient agent in suppression, in dys-
,became wearied of the journey and shoremen bore the box into the Aqua- menorrhoea it is surpassed by no other

S! =''I broke' open the box in which it had rium, and, as a ship is launched, they drug, being of greatest utility in irrita STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN
tive and congestive conditions of the
been sent When the car was opened slid Manatee IV. into a tank. The appendages, characterized by dragging -
3 the efforts of several men were re- manattee sank at'once to the bottom, pains etc." .
Prof. King says of Unicorn root have
. r, quireoL with the aid of ropes, to re- but anon lifted its broad head to the found this plant to possess a decidedly. SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA. '

place .the. 'gator\' in the box, after surface,. emitted a sound'like a steam benefical influence in cases of lassitude .
with weakness or dull pain in the renal,
which the top boards were securely exhaust and sank again.." or lumbo-sacral(small of the back)region.It .

. 'replaced. It still remains. vicious, and. I I acting'as Is one a of uterine our most tonic valuable and gradually agents, -Direct Connections for .

when a small board was'placed in the removing abnormal conditions, while at
A Healing Goep the same time it imparts tone and vigorto
New York and Boston.
box yesterday afternoon the 'gator Washington
The Rev. J. C. Warren, pastor of Sharon the reproductive organs. Hence, it is ,
widely opened.Its mouth and, with a Baptist church, Belair Ga., says of mach used in leucorrheea,amenorrhaa,

hissing noise somewhat like a snake, Electric Bitters: "It's a Godsend to dytmenorrhcca.
mankind. It cored me of lame back, A PABTICTJLAB PHASE Through tickets on sale at principal points.Aewmmodations .
made sluic
vicious lunges: at the wood, I
stiff joints, and complete physical 'col. removed It Is the irritability and despondency
by -
i4- Ing-its teelth in the board. The age lapse. I was so'weak it took me half an that often attends these troub- and cuisine unsurpassed.SEND .

of the reptile was placed at about 35 hour to walk a mile. Two bottles of les.i; In those cases In which there Ispelrice FOR BOOKLET. .
Its teeth. Electric Bitters have mode me BO strong fullness, the aching, bearing-
i years, judged by 1 have just walked three miles in 50 minutes down organs feel a* i/ they would /all -

;," The crew. who captured his 'gator- and feel like walking three more. out decided.of the" body. Its action here is very H. C. VERY, Com'l Agent, Jacksonville .

ship and placed him in the car were: 1&'. made for a new man of me." Greatest Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure bill J. C. 'IBlmT, 2d V. P. T.Ka, V. P. TURIEH, P.T.1L, _
CB.. .Da vis,' conductor; George Mur remedy weakness and all stomach, ousness, sick and bilious headache, dizziness f
liver and kidney complaints. Sold under costiveness, or constipation of the GENERAL OFFICES, BALTIMORE, MD.
k- phy and Sam Veronnee, all of Fort guarantee at Red Cross Pharmacy. Price bowels, loss of appetite, coated tongue,

Pierce. He was captured at Rio, oa 50 cenu. sour stomach, windy belchings, "heart-
t burn" pain and distress after eating,
;, the Stl Lucie River." and kindred derangements of the liver,
(Starke Telegraph.) stomach and bowels. 8BABDARD
e Th. Yellow Fever Germ Persons subjected to any of these
Starke is destined to be on two of troubles should jiever be without a vial
has recently been discovered. It bears a of the "Pleasant Pellets" at hand. In
= close resemblance to the malaria germ. the South's greatest railway systems. proof of their superior excellence it can AIRLINE RAILWAY.

; To free the system from disease terms, One of them-the Seaboard Air Line- truthfully be said that they are always I
adopted as a household remedy after the -FOR-
the most effective remedy is Dr. Kina'sNew I
we already .have, and, the other will first trial. I
: 5-! Life Pill. Guaranteed to cure all be here in due season. The Gaines One little "Pellet;" is a laxative two Savannah Columbia Southern Pines
4; diseases'"doe to malaria poison and con are cathartic. They regulate, invigorateand ,
-:5: a stipation. 25c. at Red Cross Pharmacy. vme./and Gulf, a little railway extend cleanse the liver,stomach and bowels.

ing from Sampson City, a village As "dinner pill," to promote digestion Richmond, Washington, Baltimore.
take one each day. To relieve the distress
; GIRLS IN WHEATFIELD. seven miles'southwest of Starke, to arising from overeating nothing equalsone Philadelphia, New York, j
I; Fairfield in Marion county, changed of these little "Pellets." They're
tiny sugar-coated. anti-bilious granules
i 43 They nem ,t* the Harvnt to Save hands several months ,
ago and it has scarcely larger than mustard seeds. .
3\ t 1e CropA BC a..e of Labor Se.rritjr.. since been patent to everyone at all Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical TWO ELE \ TRAINS DAILY. ';.
y.r Former State Senator John I. Yeend Adviser will be sent free paper bound for
} from Washington a few'days a.3 left conversant with the situation that it 21 onp-cent stamps or cloth-bound for 31 SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAffi
stamps. Over 1000 pages and illustrated.
was the intention of the
for his Dry Creek ranch where the new owner.
Address Dr. B. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
J 'i, wealthy statesman's* family will get ship of the road to extend'the; road to t
right out In the harvest field says aWallawalla Tampa at the south, and from Sampson EQUIPMENT.ONLY

(Wash.) dispatch. They : via Starke to Jacksonville. at
}? have been forced by the labor scarcityta'ijb I LINE
the north. When these connectionsare
to g9: to work to save the big wheat Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eaw.
made, It is very generally under- Tutt'sPillsFOR

crop.Miss Alma Yeeud. and I stood, there will be an amalgamationwith
a pretty popular -
For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, or
member of Wallawalla Four Hundred the Southern Railway and this
will help on the header box, while great system will have what it has .
Miss Alice ,Yeeud will drive the derrick.
is Both young women are enthusiastic. long wanted, a line from Jacksonvilleto A torpid liver deranges the whole Asst. General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent.

Tampa, traversing intermediately and produces
s t tt Mrs. Yeend and two other daughters JACKSONVILLE

will cook for the big outfit it takers to one of the finest naval stores, lumber SICK HEADACHE -- --- T

harvest Yeend's acreage. The girls and and farming sections of the State. Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheumatism

{; their mother gave up their vacation at The citizens of Starke are naturally Sallow Skin and Piles.
5 : the seashore to save the crop. very much pleased with the prospectof There Is no better remedy for these
i s tt common diseases than DR. TUTT'S
\ i ")lake Hay While the San! Shines." having this great railway system LIVER PILLS,as a trial will prove.

raT ,.a.;' There 'is a lesson in the work of the and every move made by the G. & G. Take No Substitute.

3 thrifty, farmer. He knows that the people is watched with the keenest .

\. K bright sunshine may last but a day and interest here. \
:i : he prepares for the showers which are so
: liable to follow. So it should be with

every household. Dysentery, diarrhoea
Luckiest Man In Arkansas 1
.a e and cholera morbns may, attack some .
-4t member of the home without warning. "I'm the luckiest man Arkansas," }, retry'""ewful tft y r*ra have brat tvran.rb1rrat1u 511

t* tl Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera and .Diarr- writes H. L. Stanley, of Bruno, "since Vtej of expert develwumatt-liaJ care in a cemnry
hoea Remedy,' which is the best known the restoration of my wife's health after e p nor to all othpnAuu lU-ui i

medicine for these diseases,should alwaysbe five years of continuous coughing and B.after are.1141. In growing> ., Take-Down Repeating Shotguns
kept at band, aa immediate treatment bleeding from the long; and I owe my 1101 N.e&l ....! he.,
The notion that from dollars In order
one must fifty upwards to get
t : is necessary and delay may prove fatal good fortune, to the world's greatest D.M.FEMY4CO,
F' 'lh{ .For sale tiy, all, drmjgTHtaand medicine medicine, Dr. King's New Discovery for Ottrttt. a good shotgun has been pretty effectively dispelled since the advent of

Y dealen. Consumption, which I know from experience the Winchester Repeating Shotgun. These guns are sold within reach

will cure consumption if taken of almost everybody's purse. They are safe, strong, reliable and hand/

C..TOZStX A in time. My.wife improved with first FERRY5SEEDS When it comes to shooting qualities no gun made beats them. They
...1IIIjI...itK bottle and twelve bottles completed thecure.
s: .. ." Cures the worst coughs and colds are made in 12 and 16 gauge. Step Into a gun store and examine one.
.Q i or money refunded. At Red Cross Pharmacy. FREE Std HIUH And addnii o. a Postal tart far wr cuss ftbttrtttl utotovu.

50c and$1.00. Trial bottle free. ',. WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., NEW HAVEN, CONN. J


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'". Whkh" '': foch:1,> "'.-wide'''' '.comment- "<\ .. KEEP':''NIt';ILEII or; :state,". :but, BbaQbe' .-'worldwide What is CASTORIA >,- L

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,, prea[ fir rrprqHIreoitid 'eberrat emi;time "
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assembly possibly

-,...., q. ,. .-,.-c-..t '" ?' -s. .Iii the' Ioudoii..., Times. ;. for:reflection, for deliberation for con-: this resolution, contribute.may to_ hasten the .+ ', "Castoria is a harmless substitute ''for Castor OD, Paregoric :Y':
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","'./ ;'' _- : ;:W1J., Bryan,-:who was rejrJtJiJ Versethat. wooW'be'u dent.reagan day ,when we shall feel U hidlvlduaii Drops and Soothing Syrups, It is Pleasant It ,

x tx ,.v J d 'ebeeraxr id.L' ;. ,J ford. 'Its-:adoption-' ..-. ,we'cU,' butt starthe and members of,a.nation appalledat contains neither Opium, Morphine. not ,other Narcotic

>'?-, ; fMr.Preldent.: gentlemen'of theInletitipiul -'i hannd of war'until inneclenceaan :the' taking Of any, human;.life'and substance Its age is its guarantee. ,It destroys Worms

J1-: -7 I? rllatDaeutai ;:conference,>$lf-war wQndbe'made'moieremote strive to raise aD questions ,to the level and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind.

(_;'. ,:jte )J; caanoll;speak1.'to 4 you In a 'When men are: mad they Of settlement :'by reason'- and 'not, by Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand

wblcU, ta swagger,:around, and tell :>hat.:thej force?' Loud and' cheers.
o If,employed(i U1..bocI1 ; ( prolonged. ] Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
can -
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Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep
S rj' what they ought to do.. [eers.J ,
:thtllanguaze! .of;myxown counM h..cIMUY 'ExPeue ,The: Y
; Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
"The third advantage;of.thig -
; ; ,yOU fill have- ,:to pardon)net : Acute attacks of colic, and diarrhoea

: '; :t.thajIdealre: l tile first,' tecif U that itghreatioppottanity! tomobilize.'pubiW come 'on without warning and prompt ;

--i>;':j4 p Ia my appreciation of the cour- opinion for the compelling relief, must ,be obtained There' is no CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

". ,_S;::;, :.'.WULto me',In;the 'presentation ofa; peaceful settlement and necessity incurring the expense of a d
: !;;" 'P!' :part'of.this f'IOlQUoQ"b1 Lord that U an':advantage:not to be over' p' )Siclan'8 service .in such eases if Bears the Signature of 1

F. lPaiflale, opt president' and by.Baroa looked. ,Public opinion, is coming to Chamberlain's..tic, Cholera and Diarr
;-\5' Plenewho'is be' more -and more-'a power ,In the hoea'Remedy is at hand., A dose of this
the.chairman and
::} '. world Oneof, the:greatest'statesmen remedy 'will relieve the'patient before a
}:1\ )! felt :the council whichframe4.thl8.subsltute"embodylng '
: \ I my country has 'produced- Thomas doctor could 'arrive. It has never been
Rxx : known to fail in -most w
even the severe
Jefferson-and. if }t not immodest
4 :the;.Ideas JhAtj.re_t'pre5entedt : ; md dangerous cases and no family shouldbe .i
I ,,ouldla1"1 believe him to be the '. P
eiterdayi!;, I appreciate the"'superior without it. For sale by all druggistsand rift
15ft*: greatest statesman the world has produced medicine'
dealers. 'i.
Kfcs!, greater experience of said thai If' he had to choose V '

,;!r&.Je'!learned council that; bali ,thus' between-- government'without. 'DewS: Tie Kind You Me Always Bought V

the two;Ideas,. and thank. thefatuatgenta and without a WATER SHOES.
tapers newspapers government
also for the opportunity tot .

; i Juirt) word In defense off bis' 'partthe uewipapeier jbe. without would ,'ratherrisk;a government, the Mexlvaa Cornell SUde.t'. Dfvles In Use For Over 30 Years. .j # 3.

et resolution.. I cannot say that'It For A...tle Lacr Me Player .
[liughter'and: ilieeiLI You call UK cnmu COMMMV. rr UHKAT eTMtITo war roeQ cm.
r f ja'A.t new :idea, ,for'since it,.was. pre. it an-extravaganttatemelit, may and yet J, A. Ostos, a Mexican student'in ., ..

: ntetl yesterday learn,thatthe, same Cornell university, walked on the water a
fpnc it presents ad .Idea, and that idea ,Is
: 1daIn. ,sutetatce was on a'former,oc- that ,'public opinion is a controlling of Cayuga lake, the other afternoon

=, eti presented,by Mr .Barthbldt of farce and-1 am glad that the time is says an*Ithaca special to the New

it lowli coalitry who has been so con.icooujiu coming 18 'to"benbrej York Times: ."He wore a pair of water

; f blab efforts to'' promote .and' whetullic.oplntoI1. piore ;,a controlling. force, shoes which "recently designed in florida East Coast Railway.

1 -ee.aad: lamfvelf'.pd that I cant glad that Te'time ii coming when the the department of mechanical engi'nee'ruig .

0. I'oUow": in his footsteps', in the Urging moral sentiment of 'one nation will'af ; He shot about over the waterin

4k tpithli amendmenttm fect the. differences. of other nations, every direction with little apparent 16 1906.
Time No. 66 In Effect
Local Card April
: }:( mi1':add' alio!that it_is ravexact glad that'the time is coming. when the effort \ .

;. I .:.wiUi.the suggestion made by the world realizes that a war between The shoes are constructed of tin, SOUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN NORTH.BOUND-READ UP.

kit IJIonorabiawprime minister" !, .pf. jBreatif two., nations affects 'others than ,the with four air chambers in each' and { e

:. i1i 'Britain)lathat memorable. and"epochBWUnir' i a separate compartment for the foot
: two nations involved, glad that, the' ...99 No. 29 No. 78 110.91.
;."':1't5:v speech 'of yesterday: In.'that time coming when the world insists They are five feet, three Inches long Dill) Dailj STATIONS. Diily723pm Otily865am

1 pech which contained several Wni fourteen inches wide and nearly ten
... .
"; -* f *-; that-,a"nation cannot sit tr.1dlf ,and OOpm 20am Lv.. ? .._.__.Jacksonville.- _._Ar ;
W---of |k !ouW h ave t ;natlolia \ inches deep. Collapsible fans prevent '608pm) 928am! .._..:-,.- -. uthJ&ckiOnvll1e..LY 71ipm 847am
f,J. p aatedus all'ln' lQoKonfwaIle: two iflgh1\; out: them from slipping backward. Mr. Jupm 10 40am _.__.........St. justlne."___...__..". 6 15pm 7 45am ._
@ t telri differences without: protesting 7 53pm 1118am ... lIastlnll9 ___ 534pm 0 4 am
{. i{CtieetrlJf that splendid speech1 he ;that'they shall settle them 'by'''some" Ostos purpose in making the shoes was 808pm833pm! 1135am "?._..?_.??....East l'alati3t: ......_.... ? 20pm 6 Suam '

:1 'expressed the hope that the ,scope.of to introduce a new water game similarto 12 00 m Ar..._.__...__. Palatka...?...._..__.._".:i7 4 55pm team
: arbitration treaties maybe enlarged. peaceful means, and if you give time lacrosse. Other are af- 43pm: 1110am Ly.....??...__....._. palatka...._._.........Ar 45pm foam '

for the< marshaling of the forces, of ; student 25pm ...__....._. Ar...___... ..._San! Mateo__..__ :LV .__..._: 515am i,
,In .the speech-of\ the prime mia this resolution is shoes. 06pm 1232pm Lv.....__.?__.:_.Bunuells._.".",.___._. 4 80pm423pm :>> 3I&m
ter.t Which tle''reterfe ThisAmendment Cheers Therefore 914pm 124Upm ...?._. .__.._.lJu ont._..__" 530am ,
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':f' ( ] suggested for the three'reasons that it -1MI'm 113pm _..?.__._ Ortnond-.....__..__....__" Wpm 5 lOam
:!<; ,*' Is In;harmony with this RallwaT.u Plan For a Floral Roate. 10 02pm 121pm _.__...__.__. Daytona j./.. __.___." 45pm 448am1013pm ,
gives a chance to investigate the facts; 1 :IIiI'm _... ._.__ Port Orange...?_..:.........._ .. 3 35pm 4 37am t
} suggestion.. This resolution is in the that it "gives 'a chance 'to separate the Executive officers of the Union Pa- 10 35pm 20upm Ar....__?_........?..New Smyrna......__._....... .. .3 15pm loam; .

form of.postscript to the treaty, but. question of fact from the question of cific railroad are planning to build sev- 1110am 44pm Art-..---?...- Lake Helen...__.__..?_.:Lv.. Wpm 15pm I
like postscripts of:.letters sometimes, eral large greenhouses along the main 11 2tlami !55pm __ Orange City......_... _._:.t 1250pm 5 Stipm
honor;. that It gives a chance for the 11 40am 5 4Opm! t......._ ..... Orange City JnaotionLv ...............!.. 12 45pm 5 50pm
: ; It contains;a'.very yital subject-In fact calming of passion;, that it gives a lines with the object of having at every 10 4opm 10pm ....._.__..._New Sntyrna..___..._..Ar 305pm240pm 4 05am

"fi. 'ITaainotgorebutt'x'it'thAjtoytscript: chance for'the formation of control table in every dining car over the en- 11 10pm 40pm .. ....?..._....._Oak Hill......_._.._.......Lv 3 Sham
the a tire of cut 11 51pm 3 16pm .tr..._._..._........ .._Titu,ville...__........... ...... 200pm 300am
'case ia. as lI' as system a bouquet freshly -
'L. 'Jn tbls: ling public sentiment. [Cheers.] 1 11 lOam 5 AOpm Ar;...._.._....._.......' __..._..._...... ..ILv 11 Sam 630pm
z?b', 'Ietterpttselfl..for! It .deals witrTinWijuestious will not disguise the fact that 1 con- flowers at every meal says the Cleveland 630pm 11 5T>am Lvt____.....___ SanfurilLv. ,.........................tAr 5 50pm 11 lOam

1r! which have defied arMtration sider this resolution a long'step in the Plain Dealer. In addition to table 11 51pm 16pm _.__-= JTituxville ............_ ....._Ar 2 OTipmISipra 3 ooam '
honor and other decorations it is to 12 Slam 3 61pm .. ............................ Co.-.L 22L'am 4
affecting the planned ..
:i-i (Certain questions, direction of peace,. nor will I disguisethe 1234am Mpm __._._Rock l(>tl e.........._.........._ 20pm 21bam
.. ;,orIntegrityvof of a nation are considered fact that 1 -am here because I want grow' flowers op a small scale sufficiently 101am 422pm .........?............._ bailie. ... ._.........._... 12 47pm 1 .aam' .
ofarbitration'aud.tbeseare large to allow' a tree distribu- tiam: 30pm .. .....__ .__Melbourne... 1................._" 12 37pmU 37am
Y v outside of.;;the sphere of a court this parliamentary. to take justas 156am248am 10pm ...._..._..?.. ::eblt tlan... .__...__" !2am 12 5'iam
the questions in the direc- tion of roses carnations or other sea 00pm I"Zirst.! Lucle _!!ZJI..._......_. 10 .Warn 12 OOn't
-t: long a step as possible 3 05am 15pm ,. ..._._?.............l.ort l'3erce._._ ............... 10 Wain U S5pmU
given!; sonable flowers not In dining ?
;.which have ;.trouble. Passion is tion of universal*ace. [Cheers. only: cars 3 Scam 6 37pm ?..__ ._.._Tlbtialk_......._.........._ 10 lam IKpia .
t not often, roused by; questions that do "We meet in a famous hall and lookIng but to passengers in every car'of 335am840am 41pm ..._...._?...........__. Eden _?.__....?............. ", 10 13am 11 15pm
in 4tipm ...___.____J.noen _...___._......... 10 Warn U nspm '
and in winter wellas
+ not affect a nation's; integrity or honor. down upon us from these walls are every train as a brain 6 S7pm .. ._..__.?_Stuart_._.... _...?.... ., lOOUam 10 .V.'pra
and for fear these questions may arise that illustrate not the summer, the idea being to make patrons 4 :!Oam 7Zfpm740pm _........._..._ hobo Hound ..._.,................. .. 9 tam 10 2'pm _
) pictures only of the Union Pacific feel that the 440am515am _....?......._...-..West Jupiter........_.?......_. ". 18am 10 Oi'pin "
arbitration, fl not .always employed glory that, is, to be won in. war, but 8 l.r)pm .. ..._.._....._West Palm Beach __......_ 8 45am; 930pm90lpra
.twh ,It*might" be employed.' Cheers. flowers are a part of the trip over that b 4am 41pm __.?.?._.?.?....._ Boynton ._..._.._.... ........ 82<)am812am '
the horrors- that follow war. [ ] 5 Warn 8 00pm __.._..__ Delray __........_ Wpm I
k$: rjlil Tflret advantage, then, of1 this There is a picture of one of the great road and not precious little souvenirs. 6411am 9 40pm 'L.:__?..........Fort LauJerdalc......__._.' ?. 12f 'I 69pm
Is that it secures an investlgatidq 6 Siam 47pm .. .__......_...,.__ Ianla.._____._.._ 7 19amTO.'aui 7 50pm
t .i:t -.v resolution figures in English history ['pointing to Summer Diarrhoea In Children 7 0!am 9 c'Ipm .._..__..._._..._lIalhiDdalc.?...?....__....... .. 7 39pm s
of the facts and if, you, can, the fresco by Maclise of the death 'or 7 Sham 10 2upm .. .__.__LtrnioQ City. _._.._........_ 6 -l.'Juiu 7 lipm
x'> ? the fact" from the During the hot weather of the summer T50am800am 1030pm Ar........._._........_.MIaml ...._._...__Lv 6 35am 7 05pm
b separate question Nelson]. He is represented, as dying, __ Lv:..._.._._........._Miami_......?....?....? '. tAr ....._....._. 00pm
: Of honor,the. chances are one nunf and around him are the -mangled fig months the first unnatural looseness of achild's 1030um .....__..._? ....?..........?......Ilumestead..r.........._....:Lv ..,..........,..... 1230pm xs A
bowels should have immediate
'dred tQ'ooe I that you-will settle both ures of others. I understand that war ,
"' attention so as to check the disease before Parlor trains 29 and Buffet Cars trains 99 and i$.
anil the of honor I Buffet Cars on 73. Sleeping on
she .fact question I
4 ; : t ; brings out great characteristics. am becomes serious. All that is necessary t Daily except sunJay. ,
ffr7 witho\t war.-- CCbeers.] There is aware that it gives opportunity for the is a few doses of Chamberlain's. _

therefore a great advantage in an in- display of great patriotism. I am Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy No.Z3 Sat. No.21 No 19!NonNMSEx. I t pips'No.18 I No-20 1--No.22Dally iNo.24 lint

JL ., tigntthaf brings oat the facts, aware that the example of men who followed by a dose of castor oil to cleanse and D"".1 MAYPORT BRANCH. Ex.Sun.. and "

W 't4'ptlitedagte' ; between nations as have given their lives for their coun- the system. Rev. M. 0. Stockland, pastor Sun. Dally Sua. Dally Dally I Dally Daily Sun.Only. 4 l

$ itftiWecto irlejda; are the'c use of most try is an Inspiring thing*, but I ventureto of the first M. E. church,Little Falls, Only --- I

Minn., writes: "We have used Chamber 9 SOT. 64:)p72lp 5 lOp, 2 OOp 10(Of* Lv.._..Jacksonville.__._.Ar 700 i 840ai lOOp! enfip 920pLv ,
Xt; 'disagreements. The second advantage say that there Is as much inspirationIn lain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea 9j/p 61jp: 51ypt: 2i>p 10(11'<&,1"' .....jxuthJaciisonvllle._ _Lv 65'2a: 831al25ipi; 5V.|, t112p1QO" e 1
1" 'of', hls Investigation' is that it gives a noble life as there 1s In an heroic 5 50j.' 2 40p 1031>a _...?.Bnblolraeh....._ 620a,. NWia. 1J20P, SOp>> IHOp
Remedy for several years and find it a 1/)31' 1:!!IP 55T.p 2451.to4ial" -..._..AtlaatieBeach..._ 61 ."' 7r: ,& 121p; 1) I'I' Ii 3rp1050p
-.tImq'forCalm consideration. That has death [cheers], and that one of very valuable remedy, especially for 7 4.'ip! 610p! 3 OOp U OOa Ar..__ Mayiort._....- iK/Ii: H IIIIOUn 5pJpt S 'p I?3 l
s i iUreadybeen well referred to by theWjgentleman the effects of this Interparliamentary summer disorders in children." S..Id by

who has preceded me. I union will be to .bring to the peopleof all druggists and medicine dealers. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSB1P CONNECTIONS AT MUM.

:-n;: neednot say'tgi you' that man excitedfftJt the world the idea that a life lived

ia -a :very different animal tram man for the public, overflowing like a spring Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company for

i--J 'A.calm {laughter and 'cheers], and that with good. Is an Influence upon the '
Chamberlain'sColic Havana and West
tJ<> r {questions sight to be settled not by human race and upon the destiny of Key

i ti ;:passion, but ? ..deliberation, and if this the world as great as any death upon Two Sailings Each Week. 4

the battlefield [Cheers.] And It you Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy .

: .y. .For Rig,Sixty TM.i will permit me to mention one whose Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers. .

-.{" :. Window Soothing Syrup has career I watched with interest and Almost has needof i I
'' '''been for over sixty by millionsp every family These Time Tables show the times at which trains may be expected arrive! at and debar ;:
used years
children while teeth- whose name I revere, I would say that a reliable remedy for colic or from the several stations,but their arrival or departure at the times stated Is not guaranteed ,
mother* for their Is this to be held for delays or art-Ing tlnrrtltotu.
in my humble judgment. the sixty-four not Company responsible any any consequences :
:s.. ,41'r with pcs success. It soothes the diarrhea at some time during the ----
.,;: child, :ao/teot WB glltneshays all pain, years of spotless public service of William For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information '<**
: U the best remedy Ewart Gladstone [loud cheers) year.This !
f% cureawind colicand remedy is recommendedby "
'V "for diarrhoea., U will relieve the poor will In the years to come be regardedas "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.

'. .. immediately. Sold by drag- rich an ornament to the history dealers who have sold it for
. ;\- liWem8 as J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Qen'l. Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
it'" 'mats in eve ry part of the world., Twen\ of this nation as the life of any man many yean and know its value.It .. ,

J: flue cents a bottle., Be suie and ask" for who poured his blood out, on the bat- has received thousands of -- Do You Want to Know All About the -- t

x 'Mii,WinsJow's Soothing Sjrop., and tlefield. [Cheers.] All movements in testimonials from grateful people.It .

take no other kiud.CASTO'R. the Interest ,of peace have back of has been prescribed by physicians OF FLORIDA
,-- "- them'the Idea of brotherhood. If peace with the most satisfactory

is to come in this world it will come results. !
I.A because people more and more clearly It ha often saved He before Especially regarding Fruit Growing,Trucking and

\ subscribe for the....._...._ =
recognize the indissoluble tie that binds General Farming? If so,
medicine could have been foror
i|| IiftupU and,Chflftrtn. every human being to every other sent
, ; ne'lW YiI.. AIIIp human being. If we are to build per- a .
manent it must b* on the foun- It only cost* a quarter. Can
peace '
...... you afford to risk so much for to 25 CENTS PER \NSU I.
: dation of brotherhood of men. A poet .
has.described how In tbs civil war that .I
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'* ;jJ"3t:":' Mrs., 5>. 'J... Field,'of IndHnol. spent part of the ,country. .That amount sized fci f if you are sick you can make BO mistake is embodied every artistic quality...that sit
'f : money and labor would saves good by first doctoring your kidneys The mild
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<-< @ll %," :a.Weinberg,l aa haul- aa attack: of orange: grove in,our coldest! &tbei. Stvamp and the'extraordinary-Root, the great effect kidney of Dr.remedy Kilmer's is meets every demand of the expert required '
1 Mr. John Brown is his
t n.ever, hot:hu about ',recovered, 'hb ueual : busy ,repairing soon realized. It stands: the highest for its
? "k., lMal&b i house and getting his order. .It wonderful cures of the most distressing cases for the truest interpretation of
.<>;;\ eeems good to have them in ,church,and and is sold on Its merits
'Surveyor, J,.0. Fries. was ,an arrival(onMonday's Sabbath school again, Our little church by all druggists In fifty- music-that it possesses that inde-
. }fifi:. ,train on a business trip to the cent and !!T r
here baa had the last few yea".
.. a struggle
:;= ,.island: ,. :, es.. You scribable delicate charm which is difficult -
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t; Mre. Albert A.Taylor has been under been church people :There were three free also to find
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;l. _' .:, k' 'the doctos" ?.care' this: seek. but:iaim. members'and five regular. attendants in out if to analyze, but which is designatedby

*{;:{.-':.,.. .'> provingM the Burchfief five in the'Allen Mention bottle."l Kilmer
i ,; ..."'- '. '" ." ,family, 4 Co., some musicians who appreciate thatit
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. iji ?v*, -\ Joe Field, of Indianola, were'shopping in. in- the.,-'or Hainlain' family, beside,'number i the Swamp can correctly protray every varying

.. '**.HJ ;:J town on Saturday, "t:i of Jihe young people who went .Georgia I Boot, and N.. Y., -

t i: l' .Mr.,John'* : Ganeo"* contracted the fever ttpil:Virginia were regular attendants on.every emotion, as the "soul" of the Ludwig.

" {M.i-: ,while in Lotos.. )Hev is.improvingunder the school. .Host of the new .comers do Mrs.John Goode and Mrs. L. C. Moore

W' :Dr DoahleU' are,4) lot belong to the church,' though some of are now at YVaynesulle, N. C., enjoyingthe .
\ t : them,are a great help and always attend mountain air. Sold by
, :. :., Mn, Geo. Enter* of Tropic, :visited !the*preaching service. However the
t ." .ls,friends and the}dentist on Tuesday.and Mrs. C. -H. Stewart, Miss Gladys and
whole community baa helped to repairthe
: F Wednesday in fOwn.I ,Master Fletcher Stewart are having a nice Indian River
I church and some improvements have
: Howard'L. Holmes Canaver time at Daytona with friends.
,Mr, ,pf >t. the
.been made on building also they

.';' ,his mother,'at Sharpe: have been very difficult for' us to have his place of business to the river front. He Music House _

' :; 'Mr, and )fra..JF. ;Mitchell ire at kept a pastor. There are-less than twenty will be located in the Hodges building at

. li, : home again after a sojourn of severalmonths members here and several) of them are tbe end of the city dock,'as soon as the .

i;: : in Jacksonville/ school 'children. It speaks, well for a building can be put in proper shape for TITUSVILLE FLORIDA =

: : :'>' ,> .* Mr. and"M.../.Chas/ Hatch will leave community'when all take an interest in his business. -

' h' ; t ,sometime in September for Ft. Xmas toY the church,even though, all may not be- Mr. John Ferguson, proprietor of Hotel

..{ .' make that their bOm long to that denomination.F Carleton with his family are still here' #
. ;: ,., and have the Three
.tl'Jl,1--; .-w{" Mr. c.: IL.Tartar, of .City Point, and enjoyed summer.
: <. :t. .-his much admired cream colored ponies Scrub yourself daily, you're not clean afternoons of each. week a few .friends .
inside. Clean .
insides clean
means stomach -
join them in bathing in Indian river in
: 'come to town occasionslly.'f bowels, blood liver, clean healthy
. r tissue in Hoi front of .the Carleton, where all have a JAMES PEITCHAED President. W.M. BROWN,Vice-Preaideat.
: The chicken fanciers of oar town have every organ. : WINSTON S.BBANNING. Cashier.
; lister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents, jolly time. There i is no more delightfuland
41 sore core for sorehead by applying Tet4erine Tea or Tablets. Ask your druggist. safe spot for bathing on the coast
and it sure cares them. RIVER STATE BANK
: .: Johnson & Patterson have finished. a Death of Mrs Schuyler

;Tiew cement walk in front of their store R. C. Burns, of Canaveral, was in town Died at 'her home in COUNTY DEPO. ITORY.

with a new hitching poet at the end of it. Monday.Mrs. 12th. Altira, wife of E W. Schnyler, and Authorize Capital________. _$100.000.00
,, .r Mr. Booth is at Dizon's moving A. Treutler is about again after: a mother of Mr. C. S. Schuyler, of Jensen, Paid up Capital...__...._.___$ 25,000.00 .
short indisposition.Mr. and of Mm. J. E. Bet tier, of Rockledjje. Average Deposits._..___...___1200,000.00
house across the railroad forR. L Dixon.
She was laid to rest at 2 o'clock the same TRANSACTS A
The house was the Theis property at one Rossiter is expected to return from day.
tim New York this week. Mre. Schnylei was paralyzed two years Seoyal Banking Business. s
; and a half ago and has been a great uffer- q
z Some of the owners of Jots in the cemetery Thunder and lightning with showers i 7
and Oldest =
er since. She was dearly loved in the Largest ; :
are cleaning them and it makes a during the past week. community in which she lived and wa Bank on the River.
great change in the of the always on hand with her help in sickness tla
appearance 't
Quantities of fish are being caught and Exchange Bought and Sold on All
and death j
,. ,., place. the fishermen are smiling. Foreign Countries. _
.: Mr. and Mrs. Will Faber and sister, service, z t
Miss A. Florence is in Patronage appreciated. -
Hodgson A worrieminlil
_", Miss Prevatt, who are visiting .Mr. Fator's woman getswrinkles, polite treatment and every favor consistent r ., ,.
i1 ': N. V., visiting with friends. then worries iwcanseshe has them. If she with conservative banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS ,*
,..: ,. parents in Sharper .were callers in takes Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea she ra t
i-}:, N town on Monday. Our colored school opened last Monday would have neither. Bright, smiling face :
M .,, Empire Trust Company, N. Y., Florida I
!t with J. W. Roper in charge. follows its use. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets.
L :i' Mrs. Glass, nee Miss Hitching, of Stuart Bank & Trust Company, JacksonvilleFla.;
: "., :;, ; was a guest of Mrs. E. E. Grimes!, Mr. and Mrs. Paddison returned Tuesday Ask your druggist.VIOTIjO"77.

[ '. f V having,brought her baby op for Dr.Hughlett's from,an outing at Daytona.E. R.. L. :! : TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. I

.. : care. Bass has disposed of his holdings in .
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" 1-'>.' Eau Gallie to John Powers of Cocoa. orf
I Miss Edith Burns, of Canaveral, is the
I ..'V". The Western went to Cocoa on Saturday of Dr. Sarah C.
guest Hodgson this week.
I., ;? \ with over twenty on board and .1 JOHN R. WALKER & CO.,
I Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Hodgson were calling .
; still a few people left to carry on grove
1 and household work, so that our little upon friends Melbourne on Sunday I t

,,,, ...:>.. village is not.quite deserted. last.Mrs. i Titusville, Fla.,
,,,;',,:: E. F. Hatch and family ,,'iIIspend N
1;: Sunday the Rev. William Stone preach a vacation at Sea Breeze, on the Atlantic s

i.i : ed three sermons in Indianola, morningand beach. DRY GOODS
evening in the church. In the after.
Bessie Hodgson has her skiff in 4' 1
fi-. noon .at the residence of Mr. T. H. San11' the water again, after having it paintedand INM ,

t ;:: ders including household and friends thecongregation overhauled. M. : :
I : at Uncle Tommy's number I
Scuppernong are showing in CLOTHING
grapes our
i : ...; ed fifteen. .
various stores. The.crop is not. quite up ,
3'14 News arrived on Saturday that Mr. to the average here. ,11.

j- "."','' John Macdonald's mother died on the Robert Moose has leased his two story Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, GENTS' FORIIISHIGS

7th at the advanced age of 94. About a cottage for the coming winter season to Ales, Stout, Etc. ,

month ago the old lady fell and broke parties from Kentucky.Mrs. TITUSVILLE and COCOA: FLORIDA {

her hip bone otherwise she might have S.E. Barbour, of Eau Gallie, arrived ... end nit your orders
lived to celebrate her 100th I IFURNITURE.
birthday. SHOES
in New York last week, after an extended
Mr. John Macdonald has passed an European tour. $ i ,

;j :other mile stone on life's journey as he Some of our citizens have lot some fine .

f; celebrated his 72nd ,birthday on. Saturday dogs by the careless use of poison, pre. _

, -- W at his summer home in Drownvilie! sumably intended for raccoons and opcs80 MILLINERY
r :R.-I. When fun concerned oar old CDS. ,

friend is one-of the,boys, and is "Just as Sarno and the Hotel do Nil, the quarters 1i f

:young as he used to be" and can accomplish of the Kentucky Military institute at

a very good day's work. Many happy this point, will be enlarged by the addition 1

returns of his natal day to Mr. Mac. of six or eight sleeping 'rooms I

Mrs. Margaret Wallace left Tuesday and a lecture room. Tbe quarters will be ..... I
ton a short holiday) for Daytona Beach. occupied on the 4th of next January by a I ;

Ashley Buck arrived Saturday from largely increased number of cadets. I We want your patronage. f

! Ormond to visit bis grandmother, Mrs. '
& J. Field. MELBOURNE.!: I I i. Our aim is to please YOU. 1

Mr. Emmett Hodges is busy building New Up-to-Date Goods in I
c GEOBOIANA.Miss a neat launch for his own use. FIRE INSURANCE every !

Alt Wakefield, of Rockledge, is Mr. T.-C. Nicholson is now spendingsome Line. ..;. J

spending week, with Miss Hattie Bower. I weeks at Fort Pierce on business. 'IBSTRACTSREAL i j
Mail orders prompt and i
: ,f An upright piano was received'at the I The Melbourne fishermen are having

(' r.- Provost dock last week for Mrs. Ezra Sim 'good luck this season, plenty of big ESTATE careful attention. 1 !

mono !catches. .
Accident Policies Issued
: F. W. Hanson is putting the Bond Mr. C. H. Stewart is having his two

4 place in order, 'mowing the lawn andrimmiaf buildings on the, river front freshly MORGAN & WALTON JOHN R. WALKER & CO. Titaille Fla

{ 5 op.-things generally. paint Titus ville, Fla ,


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