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:
October 19, 1906


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
002071719 ( ALEPH )
34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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


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;.t: ;. st8iialer'wMTsxkrLP.a rsTETsoH HATS-' : ;?_ \' ready made skirts, almost any -
'' lpent ftqftday"very "JNTERHATIONAI; : ;-Treasurer ,John Henry is hav- style' wish, prices ranging from Mrs. F. O. Williams
., ......... .,,. ,. ) yon of J Jacksonville,
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f; ,:. ..F.-D Q,ear r. of the week which resulted in Miss *Lnla Maguire
."",\.'. ",; ,," ;;.,- "" ..'I' .1.... r"J' >i ouratore,. forwecanpleaae'1 / gold plated, the very latest, special 69 arrived last Saturday of
:':.'"' Mi{."wI !ti7?BaiiKa1 eo: PENNEY &. ; 01$5.00 and.coete.lo one case tried cents.. night! from Waachola, Fla., and is

Y: 'fa..'..., looking after the intertree- -.rineClothing8boea, Hats and costs in another and 'de- Ladies' corsets, we will place on sale spending some time in town with relatives
o' discharged in the third and friends.
:" < -at8 "JhII dpi Boys' Furnishings, Titusvilie ,ease. about ten the well, known R.
<: :;; ... =::r'udPf8 .. new styles,
"- '..c' 'jIJ'tt'' u '...;; ...'" : B. .L.. Mot ow' returned Tuesday 6'G. entirely new models, ranging in After spending about a'week here with

'if: :',*fti'rw tiera+ .,.doingalargeof Excursion Bates tithe a visit to his 'family at Mulberry, price from 50 cents to f 1.60. her daughter, Mrs. Frank Webber,' Mrs,

', <.!... work 'on Main street;tad is where' he reports cold weather for Chiffon broadcloth' in all. the latest Lambdin returned to her home in Jack.
-: :The)Jacksonville. Carnival i shades including navy blue- and black, sonville Wednesday
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.. ;'w,'t. 1 a"- ... planned' on' a.much larger i : 56 inches wide, special 1.49 per yard,
.,,,'>- ; : $ ." bpiliiJ ( scale than ever before:and it W. T. Winterhager accepted'a positively worth 1200. Mr. F. S. Terry 'retornf'd'&o his home ,
:;'-(' 'M5ft" <.: "'need'a:>.bracer:;: ;",;something" that, the:attendance will I in' .\valter's" department''store Gray mohair, 36 inches wide worth 85 in Columbia, S. G, Wednesday after-

::w a bas ty, life and'ambif any previous: year. d upon,duties the first cents at a Special price of 69 cents. noon. We hope to see this genial gentleman l.
Y lion? A foo .I.-,W,'"Harper The Florida East''Coast' week.. Black Sicilian 56) inches wide good I down this way again soon. '.. w.

t '=._) ,R.... .L.Nprker .Diotbt andF. mate'the:exceptionally: 'Jones will adjourn'.court at Mia quality worth 85 cents at a special price Mr. Robert Banaon, of 8t. Augustine, ij
;;F..i'!AK' ek : rare[ plus 25c for the round ol 69 cents.Children's. arrived '
5.'i 1'c ) ,.,.t',;+.. whether the criminal docket Wednesday on bis way to Can.
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Titosville J
the rate acUoD
"; ,to the underwear, in almost any averal to visit: relatives having first
] ;(nee'Miss MFroecber) or not, as be will hold fall spent
.:; ;,v'U'Ip1IBt.:1O'.Jaome:at Island Grove, tarn ".90., Tickets win 'be 10,Volusia!. next ,week. weight and size you wish,' prices ranging a few days with his friend, Mr. George
.c vember'.5thtoGtbinclusive: .
from 80 to 78 centsSatin Chester at City Point.
':) 'iSta4;Jfoeday after visit with her father '
limit'to- leave Jacksonville honorable board of county com:
: taffeta ribbon guaranteed to
a to d tnotber, Mr,"a d.JrrL.A" Froecher" November 11th: : met Wednesday ,afternoon to wash, almost color you wish 5 Evidently East Florida has again miss*, --

.ir Il1w0,.,.:.."" --r -'':'00t1.t: Some of the attractions are ,to"very)important business per- inches wide, positively any worth 35 cents, ed two tropical disturbances-one north
,. -t'1-! ;'1.WlDif8toDel'a04: : wile wento- The Hippodrome will Ceat to the' .coming.general election. special 25 cents. east of as and one south of n l. The barn

;.Tuesday: morning to attend the ions from the celebrated Harry G. Utley, graduate' from the Ladies' ready made suits, the latest meter was at its lowest pressure of the
'Johae River of the same name and will season yesterday, but the disturbance has .
'# :on'lwbludr' of Maryland, 1894, is in Jack materials in light overplaids, worth $10.00
$ Dnpiiat.= U V Inwmionat others the following passed out to sea.
Jtti'3; f tola week .Ukinatheexamina; special; $6.98.Ladies
,'):.r x''i..:; :",'.;.-:( that place this, week'. ..v Madame 'Rossi and her the state board of medical ex coats in the proper style, entirely Messrs. J. M. O ban and F. P. Try left l

"i<"{ <:Xi'Gould'J" :' ,':of 0--8t AnfueUneaccompanied'by three-horse equestrian act, .:- new, prices ranging from $5.00 to Monday for Atlanta, where they wilt
,. Madame. Serama and
; '..two' ,of her, little. neices, Lila '- $ O.OO. select and purchase another carload of
ban' 8. E. Bailey, the new express
5 ; : California wool blankets. 11-49 worth stock, a half a carload having been en,
:!.and Fannie;Py lea; daughters of Mr. B. '
Senor DeUa ahd his ., entered upon! the discharge of his
; $6.00, special $3.49. gaged by a liveryman in Fort Pierce.
J fJB.Pyles Saaday in Titoaville withJbwaWrMrs.P.J.
I spent sallionL I Monday.. Qjs family ia also. here Ready made sheets and pillow cases at Messrs. Osban and Ziy lost a horse last
Hall.BMr .
:'' '" -.France Reed and ttockin. he, have moved into the P. J. Hall a special price. Friday from pneumonia. a
"- ;!vk' \ \ .;'Y'.Dancan: a- "prominentcom-' bareback act. ': in Sooth Titusville. 'Boys' knee pants, hard finish worsteds, eC_

':r"{ merchant of New Senorita Valhceta" lad her splendidly made up special 59 cents, The Peninsular Fish company and the

......tithe ;week c'io Titatville'_ : and :% Broward'to Speak Here Monday only.Ladies' I Eureka Fish company of this place; were

, ; i laIDkJ and; Itia,reported that he has Goldin 'troupe,of. Roseiaa mercerized underskirts hand. consolidated the first of this week. The
].1i !hoBght. the crop. of oranges on the, Brown. dancers.' 0" N. B, Broward, governor of Flor- comely made, in all colors also including business will be carried on aDder the
address the. of Titosville -
':Ii. !'i k:' CIO"'" .' Clemenso brothers, people black special $1.i6. name of the Eureka Fish company, with I 2
:t-J' downs.: ', vicinity at .the court house next: G. E. Pritcheit president F. s.;
as Terry
M; Ruching, in entirely new designs, ranging ;
>: 'Mre,8J. Fields, Indianola inr 22nd 1 o'clock
was afternoon,0ct. at
Wincb rman'a six 25 vice president W. C. Thomas = '
. -: k in price from to 35 cents, colors ; secretary
Flown 'oa Wednesday and visited her all absorbing question of draining
Vernal troupe Tyrolean and general
white and black. manager. 4
titter MIL B., B. Wilson. She returned
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" : 1alle's '
, "' ." itbome, the same day accompanied by.her Ben AH and great a 'performing of Mail orders ,promptly filled on any of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kline'and little

"'r4\,. ;nlece! ;Miss Ethel Wilson,,who will spend The "Wonderwayv troupe Paint at 1.10 Gallon the above goods. daughter Leona arrived home from New "
'%. few,days at Indianola., midway, ',will include York last Friday night, having made the
Titusville Fla.
Muon's'Railroad White $8.00 via in trifle
trip three
a over '
.; -.Tbe.editor of TH>STAB acknowledges II-. linseed Telephone No.8.Dredge .
Ions oil 4.50
raw days leaving New York Tuesday at 3 _
ff ., ; :of the of Buckskin Ben's Wild West p.
.. -reeeUit an.;invitation.on pan .
r'A. m. on the Comanche and
stopped at
Iliv Jacksonville board of trade attendthe' The Indian village.
the to
111 gallons 12.50 .
paint, f Charleston which is a
: The fox chase. Boat Burned very passage
(. collation aadbangaet to be given in THE BEST paint, too! Mr. Kline is now showing his fine
I:;r: ;honor,'of tb. editors of Florida Wed- Jovine'a royal military band to cover as much surface The dredge boat Wimbee, valued at stock of fall and winter goods. I '

f,. .p ',iieaday.. Of.?,th;',1906,;at2 p.,oxMrVlfrank famish music.and there will as long as any paint, and to be $30,000, owned by the Florida Coast Canal
"' \'JIll'. spectacles day and night. and which The Ladies'
; Depperetnnad'from NetsYorke Transportation company, Aid or Home Mission
i lilt Friday nifht and ia mending Horse show Thursday" COAST LUMBER &SUPPLY Co., was engaged in cutting the canal south Society, as it is now called, held their

'it } :: a few days in town. Frank feels like Children'sday, ,and .baby' Ean Game! Fla. of St. Augustine, caught fire and was regular weekly meeting at the home of # V
tf vember 9th.Letter .
a *ship 'at sea without:a rodder with no completely destroyed early Saturday Mrs. J. A. Bege Wednesday afternoon,

!farrthla: to do, and hat not definitely deddd OAK HJJ.L. morning. when the usual business was attended to.
to East Coast The fire originated in the when Refreshments sing
galley were served. The follow.
.; what be will do;as yet Mr the season;. Asa M. Wing and children of
'j. all hands were asleep in their bunks, and members were in attendance: Mrs.'f x
, Mr.,E+ran Rice was in town the first Titusville, Fla. are visiting her parents Mr. and the crew narrowly escaped with their Shoemaker, Mrs. Rice, Mrs. Allen, Mrs:

i. f thii week on his way to the extension Dear Sire: Here's H. L. Barker. lives by jumping overboard. It is believed Wright and Mrs. Begg..Rev. W. F. Allen -,

r V from'.New:=Orleans. We: hear that this North Dakota has a pure and Mrs. H. Culler have returned that the flames started from the cook was present and led the devotional

.'V. !';' iOOIWIDID expects to marry a prominent Ladd, the state chemist Utica, N. Y., where they have stove which was in charge of a substitute. services. The next meeting will be at

} and quite wealthy young lady. in Jackson- paint tabled "contains the summer. The flames spread rapidly and the dredge Mrs. Canova'e next Wednesday afternoon .

fi" : tyllle the coming.month. line and is strictly pore," L B. Owens arrived home last was consumed in a very short space of at 3 o'clock.

": 'V "A'negro by the name of Joe Berry was It no it.lead however at all, resinous full-measure oil, having been in Georgia for a time.At the time of the conflagration the
'. Pioneer Days in Florida
* SEi$: 'cot in the neck by Jimmie WUh.mela8l no water. or more taking a much needed Wimbee was cutting the canal about 30

: V : &turdq-blght< while coming into town That's like the man on miles south! of St. Augustine, while the A. P. Canova, of St. Petersburg, is in

rjfrom UtecampEoeetiog nda The his grandmother proved money has ,been raised to South Carolina was working toward it Jacksonville on a brief visit and is a*guestat

,P i;:. :wonnd was not eeriooa and Williams has set 8re to the house. the long dock formerly owned by from the south and the two boats were the Model hotel wiiile here. Mr. Can- s

"8 .' .,' gtveojbond; ; lor,appearance: at county No lead, but zinc and ba W C. Howes. Work will begin as within a mile of each other. Such satis- ova is one of the old-timers, a native of j

;r;!. ,, ,con'>it< oil, and benaine-"strictly the lumber arrives. factory progress was being made that the Florida who has hobnobbed with the
; : \', .' -' Indians and hunted and fished all over
'J" line paintr' had hopes of completing the
Orange company
'sSaaea of Port arrived
'A)>' ., Kext. Tuesday Night Pure paint'ielead-zinc-and- and remained to spend,Sunday waterway south of St. Augustine by the the state. He is a noted guide and has I

'\ for next week, to be given isn't all; there is such a his sister, Miss Georgia :Martin, the first of the year but now these plane been out with a number of expeditions, ,
,; ,.btUailitalvlUeIOCiardob.'wm be held tion and make. The teacher of our school. have been frustrated.It surveying corps and pleasure parties. In r 3
j"y -Toeeda r.nightInstead, of the regular .Devoe. is not known whether the companywill 1885 Mr. Canova published a book, "Life *
# ,;" date,' ,Wednesday. The change is made forth Dakota is doing l latest report from Mr. E. E. Marsh, decide to rebuild the Wimbte, or and Adventures in South Florida," which *_

for;thia:00......' to enable parties from thing in holding these con is still in Daytona is encouraging, whether the South Carolina will be relied had a wonderful run and is now out of i5
f '. oat'otto.- who will be here Tuesday, op to scorn she gives Miss Lillian is still with him. His on to complete the work. print. Mr. Canova is now engaged in .

'to.umtefb'.: the dance Titosville.orchestra well as their works. Mr. Phillips, is here with Mrs. writing several new chapters and will r

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from the of the Independent
:occasion.i .. F. W. \ Fruit and Land Co. has been presses *
..... Citrus Cocoa
: '" 19 Rev. W. F. Allen will preach at Printery, at St. Petersburg. It tells of
in Baltimore and have
.7;,, ,-----'- P. & Jas. Pritchard & Son they next Sunday, Oct. 21st, at 11 a. m. and his personal experiences and thrilling
acres of land near Oak Hill, All invited the services.SL .
7 m. are to during the pioneer days
A, Aube p. escapes among
> nine railed south of New
It.- reekJeweof the bridee'.pareate, For Smyrna. the Seminole Indian, giving glowing accounts j
: : in Clifton W.. E. Jones, who is a wholesale Marks Episcopal church Cocoa, r
t 1rIr.-$nd,Mrs.RWm.; ,Watton, of hunting for big game, Indian .
I 'on'Sunday" ; beet., at 5 o'clock p. m., Miss Consisting of full baking dealer in'Baltimore, is president of morninjr prayer and sermon, Sunday, legends, anecdotes and humorous incidents '

;Nellie Wattoa a d'. :"J.'a Hoyt the show cases, scales roll paper, Oct. 28th, at 11 a. m. of long ago, and decribes a trip he V
first class W. H. Cresaon, layreader.
'fJ :tarenoey being performed by Mr. Ches.H.Maoaano8dce ing Urge oven. made in 18-57, across Everglades from i

: ; of the peace. Only the care STIR office. Birer'Uotel, Recent Arrivals bark river, on the west coast, to Miami ,

;-i x- immediate :family. wlaiiveaofthe. bride '. For Sale Bates, Charleston S. C.; J. G. Draying river on the east coast, piloted by an Indian } r

::' mere present;, Tin,'8fallllMtl; 00DIra&DJMIoM' Connecticut built Jacksonville G. W. Saman, Draying or hauling of all kinds promptly squaw. Mr. Canova experts to have 1
( : ; l tl ::1' his all hotels .'
: sails, anchor and ten Fla.;T. S. Howell, New Smyrna; attended to. Meets all trains. Stove book on sale at tourist this
; ;? Eau E. Martin wood fur sale at all times.H. winter.-Jacksonville Times-Union. -l 51V
_,. V_# ;"FURNITURE,- bargain.Apply at THE STAB Bsss Gallic A. :
"'t. ,*' S. ,>.:;'nDV. GOODS ; Abe Hole, Birmingham; E. UOLTOS, r 1
i ? : 'NoTIONS. Calf at Titusville Livery, Howard, Miami. E. O. McLean Titusville, Fla. THE INDIAN RIVER HOTEL t .J'

:EDIHON-and m .Bobbins'' law office for York; W. J. Duncan, New York; Provides hot and cold baths and inside "

;' : .DYBATTERIEtHOUftE Leave your orders for Woolen, Cocoa; Mrs.: B. P. Wall, FOB SALE CHEAP FOR CASH. toilet on two Snore, airy bed rooms overlooking %

.t ft1 '-', 8BO ..... ,-:,-- :I ble and single. J. M.Osban Louie Wall, Jacksonville; L U. About 88 acres of good high land on the river, sample rooms, cozy t ,
FURNISHINGGOODS: Baltimore; J. B. Crosby Indian riverat consultation cool y :
For Sale the east or ocean side of the rooms, large dining :1 ,
.a.& -.A.'GIrdoer;: V ,.'Phone 34. ; C. A. Spencer, Boston; W. the Narrows, described as follows: Lot rooms free library with the I leading daily .
< r I My place! here known as ; ,. Port Orange John Henry, I No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section and weekly papers on file free telephonefor "
fronts on .river half mile S. W. Rowley, San Mateo; J. P. 39 fret of mach ; 1
desX00SethsodViag81.00 36, in township 31 south, range east. guests, use typewriting J ;
.:! I and the railroad Miami S. E. Mrs.
; ; Bailey, Bailey
..1 pet week ReeOTOJS This land is unimproved but finely lo ine. 1 '! throughout the entire J.1'
: reserve on two children Titusville: Ed. A.
;; government For further particulars address building inside and out. Open day < -'
.:j' 86 oerts .0,wots aadf 1.00. .Over weather;' barefo, lighthouse Jacksonville; R. W.Joyner,City; cated. E. M. Lew, and night, attentive porters attend all 1,;"..t .

t }!,(Wpkoiec4siawlarctibeetma icatlO wireless stations;' :loom-' Minally, Charleston S. C.; C. Brockton, Maaa. trains, only five minutes walk from the :

";: ,,' ..'. o U.nSan.Biwll" ..Stress,1'i1aIt packinghoojB both old; & Jacksonville; W. S.> F ltUer- station. Good fishing from hotel dock. 4'tod
-t !:';. "" ..m.t., ; .. -.' .". ".,: onojei and toavie:5 aero Orleans Ed*. G. Jones, Haiti V "
dtF,'t;... 'Jvl'" "} ,,, ..... in'flBe condition,l feitiiixed ; W. E. Booth, Cocoa; W. H. Bald-1 GUN BEFAJB SHOP x?
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w-t : t =' '$:Stamford, CODJL leaped,Into the ton- IENDORSEMENT"
i jt )_u'oZaa automobile'standing by:the- ;Willbe.paid to any personRho EXPERIENCE BO YEARS .OY

:- {'d ':f{ roadside and..fell ;Upon "MissJennieBayof : : caiifindoneatom:; ; ;::ofopiiimr f

_ : J 1 t:,1:. a1 .' Greenwich<, who was sitting_in chloral morphine Dr.A.3.Ham aloe a Ieadinz hyri! arfggatifa.Fla .
1 1 "1 hate been wing Hwtaat feufee
4 ; the scar seat'br.the touring ear- dJl' says: JI1r
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keep some on hand and think it a ; t
she [received in the extraordinary acddent" heroin and beta eu- '.'<
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i .J-f : :Bessie, Miss,Ray wu..out..for a pieasJ their derivatives,. ;on any Anyone MeerUia KUiBiig our sketch opinion md tree dctcriptioa whether majqvleklr mataTeodon Ballard. Snow iinimeai. ;Ct.,." ,,. } .,
.!? we ride la Dickens' automobile, driven iM ;
; i : J r ; of Dr.Miles Remedies. t pro My rnt m> Commaaies.BonigateUyeonMentUL
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4, lr by Cbauffeor!it:H. Sammis.; 'Theauto'fJ
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t otk ( lathe
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_. p : :- little hamlet of Mlanus when the chauffeur A bindeomeiy ahrtr ted weekly. Luree.t eIJI. SOLD AND RECOUMCmCO BT -
: : heard clatter at the of with. Certain un8Crupu- anr.ctoottto Journal. Term.,tSrewj a
l: : a great, top ; towmontta,!. S I4 .Uii0wsd alen.

11% .\ ,rz' -:. the hill and told Mr:.:Dlckens. he,thought lous persons are making MUNN & Ci).'" .... -New Ynrt lED CROSS PHARMACY, TITUSYILLE, and EAU GALLS PiAKAW., _. MII"T. ':=

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r.ttl: 1 ...-" out with the thundering hoofs "I have ;been troubled with a tar- ::'t 1
sounded plainer through.the darkness. rlwe headache-for the last ten years' ,

If,: I? i:> ,' ; Then like a flash tnta;the. glare of light: the saw doctors Dr. Miles'could Anti-Pain do me Pills no goodf adver c. P.DURER. Lpnt, -: =
tised. in the Sunday magazine so I "fi, T
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cast by the headlights a foam
i;" i1lt.;. thought I would try a sample. .1 cUd :t"-o 4F;'
:..' ..,; ,':'.. .' horse came galloping. .He.was running so, and they helped me wonderfully. Florida and '
: : I had headache so badly I could hard' 1'
:' st top apeed lnthe middle of the road
i.: ,t ,. I ., .' with pieces.of harness dangling,behind and got a box In a couple or .
. hours I was all right it was the first westernMeats
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;t : ., > him and past medicine to do me any good." ;
tlf j'.t. the automobile In :safety, but, half A. A. ILLIO. Philadelphia, Pa.

1- x' ":Jf"\ blinded by the sudden stream of.light 6362 Tacoma Street. \
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills sold
.. ;4' '" .. be swerved to the aide. ,and with a your druggist who will guarantee are that by /

y 1. .,.' giant leap flung himself bodily.into the the first package will benefit., If it
falls, he will return
.....; \\'.'' '"s tonneao of the. car. 25 doses 29 cents. Never your moner.1 bulk. of all Kiudsa \
; i't" ; Miss Ray was upon the side'nearest .
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart,Ind I/I
the road, and she received the full )
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Startling. Catch While Fishing HOW-TO BOOKSOver

From .Pier In North River '
Joco toats have been built from the lines
New York. printed in these books-SuccessfuJ1y sailed in
every: clime and upon every sea-Full detail
t i.>. drawing cf all parts showing what it is and
how to make it-Text extremely sample
Thinking that he had caught a fish
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59 Bedford street. New York city. lisp; guud IKU.K Wes toe a buy'..I.....ti.hininMt I..

pulled in his line and found that he HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK 4- r l

had booked the dead body of his life- shoal A-atiT fine bat tlt'bwnsmwfcifal! for afternoon oiling wh....or.Ter knocking built;alovp kfoat...r*b

long friend, Gustav Johnson, forty-five rig Iwll p uu.nJ Pk.'t l'"of completed. boat

old, of 763 Greenwich street HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
$ years Ion HKVMsfiil mciiur martin ever detifned i prininwr
titL i'I Johnson, who was a cook on 'a tugboat in Au. iica,Ajja and Autnlia.; NIl/ 10 buld! iurto
via w>th. $
was reported missing to the police
of the Charles street station on Simple and practk.l.showine bow toeoo.trsdul.and
ball tor use.ilb wa uotor. Several other placi.
Saturday. His friends did not suspect
that he had been drowned.
A fine .!l vnaiKl rntisimt butt; good eabiat.icefae!
When Young drew In his. line and ikr, ; tuiUbie fur ha.luw..-n.

saw the face of his friend he almost HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOP
A dew hctto wiling bout,with BMxlento ov.rhaagsu.i
fainted. mail plaa.
: For sale
Coroner Acritelll made an investigation HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE by the
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and as there was nothing auspicious to begin with;caa be built very cheaply,ertoer soup or ca\rig
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sion to bury the body. 'Johnson had no complete description of bow to build a mod;also Has INDIAN RIVER
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t relatives In New York city,and he will

be buried by friends. PRICE $1. EACH

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y." Ear Blow. Off. Sewed OB Again. Bound in cloth-Gold Irttcrint-Size of pas ,
t 9 by 12 inches-Large,ciearly-drawn plans.
Frank Fleming was standing on the- TITUSVILLE FLA.
railway platform at Buckeye' Station THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. ,

b '!'1m AXDUI. LEAPED BODILY DTTO TBXTONNEAD. Wash., as a freight engine passed. > MUMAT STIICCT Ntw YORK. U. I. A

Without warning the cylinder. head of Sfd postal for Catalogue of Books for

+:4 hung upon the tonneau. while the men the engine blew out Fleming's right Yacktiman'i Libr 7.KILL .

I shouted and the women fainted then ear was cut off by a flying missile an ,. ,

fell back into the road at the Ride. of cleanly as If. the work had been done -

". 1 the automobile dead. by a skilled surgeon. Passengers who

.t '': A crowd of 200 .quickly gathered hastened to extend sympathy to Flem-

, .. about the car, and Dr. Smith a nearby ing were brushed aside by him while

":; '' ,., resident curried Miss Ray unconscious he instituted a search for the severed Ferry Peed are best Tmaoxe Wuc . .
S a/ul have teen -- -- -- .
1- and bleeding from the tonneau. The ear. It was found intact several yank *deTeluptuent years -lialf a ipenttnUteir century --- --- -

.; physician found her skull had been from the scene of the accident Fleming tit expert care in muting tlieut
superior to til others
". I fractured her left arm broken four picked it up. placed It In his pocket we are specialists la growing. THEBRIDGEF'RT"THE
flower sad vegetable aeeda.Hc4
l: Vf times and both her jaw and her shoulder and carried It to Loon Lake where a Del ( Awial free.

,. fractured. Her sister who had surgeon restored it to Its normal posi 0. H FERRY A CO..

..; i. tainted four times since the hoof beat tion. ". Detroit Mlol. MOTOR THAT MOTES"i

!! of the runaway were first heard, wui 'F
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i, revived after an hour. Though badly WOQB, Braie aatl Burn -

i..:' shaken up. she was not seriously In- By applying an antiseptic drewine to FERRY'SCOUGH There is no reason why you cannot have a satisfactory J-

: + Jured. wounds, l-rnisw, bnrn?an ,.<{', = It was found Mrs. Dickens and the before inflammation wt in, they may be Bridgeport to you: .-
,:.'. healed maturation and'in about 1 and we will convince that there
... boy bad also escaped with a few slight without you is at least one reliable

> \ : bruises. The two men In the front seat one-third the time required by the old gasoline motor built. The more severe work the
1' ; treatment This is the greatest! discovery your ,
< .' .were badly frightened but w'ere not and triumph of modern surgery. Cham more anxious we are to have you own a Bridgeport the

injured in any way. berlain's Pain Balm acts on this came ,
I; principle. It is an antiseptic and when THI simplest, most reliable and durable motor on the market.No .

t Baae4 HtwMlf .. a applied to Bitch injuries, causes them to AND CURE THI LUNGS

E Stephen Blrdsall, a farmer fiftyeignt heal very qojekly. It also allays the pain Valves No Cams No Gears

: f> years old living near George and soreness and prevents any danger of
, ," ; '!: blood poisoning. Keep a bottle of Pain NITBDrKing's
: town. Chesterfield township N. J.,coma Easy to Operate
Balm in your home and it will save you
,r, mUted suicide by hanging himself by time and money, not to mention the in- New
winding a rope around his neck and convenience and suffering snch injuries Discovery Working Parts quickly Accessible

r + the other end around. a tall cornstalk entail. For sale by all druggists and ::

In ,a field at Us home. Blrdsall bad medicine dealers. / ONSUNPTION Pries THm SOTR.For .

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t early morning,' and upon being missed Oa.taT :Rt1lL.f : .

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'.f ;:'f{4glptrlghts uOtt'by;aubyr igtu.l' ,Iwastdown' togefYl', and,my of: .the throat ,and'lungs. The KSun, one. year, '- -'? '_j- 200 :i .":1 ,.t.
7ATJEMENT8, hue ..been made falthlm: Integrity'nlL. : Thus for a few and drives .t. %
the cold
f '1 -by, 'envious,. 'rivals in busineas, minutes. 'and then i rallied and setout =out Total. ; 11150 ; -
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3 z. f ':' "LiII. >tacr:>promyf v denial.'Alleviator .; ',oil. foot toward' the,town mention *Send for frtt simple. ;- .

:;. ,.fl",>la '' "J',F1Isr.yPaln.! la ed. r As I'walked Ifremembered that .. Send $6,25 and get them all for one jear or / -;

: .. d i art pfcda"by a trust I am the original' integrity4tdever:deserted'me yet SCOTT &: :BOW 1f E, 'Chemists !!I -' :c '
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h.f }.aid Ale Inventor, and 1 am putting it and that even In railroad 1 rebating I 4W-4I5 Purl Street Jew T.rk COMMONER, one. year,__.,.._________.:* $1.00 )*.

: 1" ;froitt. \tim.nltatlacmoUvee. : / If I, had see.virtue triumphant. '.. "-4'1,00 '. ,. Atl dr.celet. 'THE SUN, one year-------------_____T.,_____-._"""_-;'" .2.00 3
. ;.f.ij}t 1:""} : per:
'e"IrA'eA'....'f'motives,*;.front,at town,:and what: :was. my, surprise: to Mot M. k. COSMOPOLITAN,one.y.ear--______ ,------_________.,--_.-________1 |l.oo
-;..' 1f :_ Mime t1D' II,shall Uk,for do great. find that old smiling and bland kuss .THE SUN- ,, one year.--------------,_;:_: .t-___ ._.;_. 2.00
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.. ; ..s. BOTH FOR ONLY 2.25 '- JPMti
,).t! lelrAri selling alleviator fon: the -
r,, -l };;:;v\,,,_ j my-: publicsquare .

i ".:; ,";; DtTaWTlattir' breakiaata and passing himself off for me. PEARSON'S, one year----,-..-.-----,-._;:'. ._ 1.00

fiooda. &'*.. . I gave' him more ropeand: then at *. rte', THE SUN, one year--.--------------_______________L..___.___.?_"- 2.00
ik8iil .ba< nothlnf, with Ute InsurL" -. critical juncture closed In ,on' him. BOTH FOR ONLY $2.25 .. z
"*' .When the populace found that (had THE AMERICAN
,;i.ft T? ,
-< z : -1t There la no,rebate attached to It- been deceived there was no mote work .THE SUN, one year$2 00 il.
, Thtxe me to doT The did It themselvea BOTH FOR ONLY $2L25 $ ;
; 41to "yellow dog" behind it for people TOM WATSON'S MAGAZINE >: .
..-tfil I I bate no JFJalted'-8tato "Dltor. tojptj During the fervid excitement one year_ $1.50 ?
. :1iJ: .;'* .'" -:.. I managed 'to turn toe 1 tIm'I'' pockets 1q--J.$ SUN, one year-BOTH FOR ONLY: ;2.50_,.__._.._.... 2.00'

; t'- ti I'have never bribed membera- 'of the Tong aide( .out and,possess myself'of :

.. 1l egIs tute. t mike)(ao: :: their'contents,'and when Invited tow I We wish to remind you of our determination to make THE SUN brighter,

n- : t\ !'!.Frbus'.digging';.the.'roots.,to wailng him tarred jand feathered and ridden d better and more powerful in its influence for all that is right and live up to our

'1 '' .Y:t( r tu the cork'than la no. boodle.. attached_ out of town'on a rail I was .present' In motto, which is known everywhere-"IF IT'S RIGHT, WE ARE FOR IT.'rWe ,'.
t-J"g Z f."ai .' ','.w"I. .. the front rank: know that ITS RIGHT for THE SUN to have the l&r circulation in ;:
eiil' : I offJQ00I .' 'for Integrity" of the biggest trlumphs the State, and IT'S RIGHT for
I j :j gold "very drop. C all these subscribers to have our beet talent, and
: 1t, t\i! :o_ :'ajcohoj>found la my alleviator., 'I7t of the decade. It was almost as they will get it each week.

{): 't; It'contalna:;nothing to make; the old"drakutd good as uncovering the operations ofa s ITS
: RIGHT to have new and interesting features and so we intend to
;' :: ;wtiree. .contains nothing coal road. 1 had sought my :couch con
i. tinue them in the future as we have in the -
:; 'fI'.. :to wart.thi eAll4"Ql l.caret1''of. vice' amid the plaudits .of the multitude l before

\_ '.; 3; My: enemies point to toe'fact that it I thought to count WhenI are keen to discern conditions which will need to be made public and be

f e i't'i* .**. U d to alleviate a map in Connecticut did so I found that not only,my own Artist-:'What do you think of'these presented to SUN readers. Our subscribers will find THE SUN first in the presen '
.:/.. t J.-: <"-" .:;atv; ? bad been restored but I, had $40 belonging charcoal. sketches of mine? tation of such. As we gain the AUTHENTIC and RELIABLE INFORMATION .E

,,:} .--1: ;to. the bland and smiling old Friend-H'm! Seems too bad to we will write up these conditions correctly and in an unbiased manner as soon as we y

B1J. "",-- ".. ...... koss who was coated.with( tar. It was waste the charcoal when fuel la so are convinced that IT'S RIGHT to do so. -uF
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- Iti '" f then that I determined never to:doubt dear.-Once a Week. As
I:1{" soon as yon a new subscriber or when you renew your subscription i
I' ;': .< 1:i ali Integrity again; you are in touch with NEWS which other papers fail to give. Insist on having THE -
:!t. *:... :,-:. : Two days later 1 was jogging along 11.led. SUN, and know wha"8going on,

I "i>. ..' ,-'., between the towns: of, Hell Bent andAngels' The twentieth century overflows
I' "' With cenluMi calore. THE SUN will continue it's CARTOON FEATURE and will pictorially '
: when I encountered pre
I ; a But there ii room we all agree sent news in cuts made from photographs.
li 11 lJ.:: ,.,,"': 3 female. It',Is ag'in my principles to For one Inventor more. .

1 1t." -E' encounterone, when It can possibly be While airships soar and autos make Keep up with Bryan by getting The Commoner and THE SUN both for $2.25 .'

I ."..,.. avoided but this female was weeping, Pedestrians Into mutton per year.
:', ;; :
,, >: By wireless telegraph we pray
I rg-L: ; and It seemed my dooty to cheer her For a lossless collar button.
Tom Watson
'" writes better
I'1! 't-j Jr. c, up She was going my way. and I offered i Minna Irving In Lippincott' Magasln SUN for$2.50. any man. now alive. His Magazine and THE 4

,i.t:4V her a lift. Tearfully she climbedup '
1 .iL"J five mlnits to subdue ber'. emotions I tale of horror was told by marks of This and THE SUN for $2.25.
; human blood in the home of J. W. Wil *
I i>:frr-l,. asked: Fill out coupon, mail it today with remittance and be i 4J
," 1 llama, a well known merchant of Bac, your sure getting
- '- "Feller woman hast the world givenyou the
!' .; greatest magazine combination that *
I Ky. He writes: "Twenty I was ever opportunity of
l[ years ago years ,
( '. "
I.::.i;{- the Icy heart? had severe hemorrhages of the lungs, and one it is safe to say will never be made again. -

'I'.-...rt.. "Alas, it'a all Ice!" she replied. and was near death when I began taking r .

I: .. : :' t ,: "Is"She It be.about He the got old tired man of?" my looks pletely Dr cored King's me New and Discovery I have remainedwell It com THE SUN, Date._________________________-___.__________...:-... t t
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I ,.( and bade me take a skate." ever since." It cures hemorrhages, Tallahassee Fla.: -' I

: .iiI <. Then 1 looked more closely at her chronic coughs, settled colds and bronchitis :

I'\I, and did not find It In my heart t and is the only known care for Enclosed please find $.._hUh___ for which enter my name for one year's sub- .
;; : lungs. Every bottle guaranteed by
blame him though I hold that no woman vP
: Red Cross Pharmacy. 50e and $1.00. 3
I ": ., Is to blame for looking unbeauti Trial bottle free. ICription to your paper and the following magazines___.___________?' _____T..j.t, '$
'. fnL She can't help It more'n, mnlley
I t--- ..', "IBIS' njuue WAS wazPI o.Iu .*
cow can help being born without borne
0.' '
I J :;=;._, '. .who was blown up by a powder 'mag- "And where goest thou?." I continued."I A_t.. For tie C...try Peet.a.. -----------------------------------------------------------.--------- -. .. F

\> '. ulna. .' :Nothing but. his left .ear was goeth In sarch." Automobiles for rural free delivery
-- "Of another ?" Is the latest advice from the --------------- --------------------------------------- ---- ...
; Jt ,:.::: found and do not pretend to alleviate man routes -
';;ift-: '.' fragments., "The same-that Is, I was In sarcb po to ice department, according to the '. ,
I < :--:' .- There are forty-eight" full doses In of another, but I have found him.. Technical World Magazine. Not only Name------------__.- -.------w.-... _r

! bottle. and the empty bottle Where thou goest I will go" has the postmaster general Issued an ,
I rftP..eveff"<.,. makes a beautiful yard ornament at a She stole her arm' around my waist order permitting the use of automobiles '.. Addresa.______---:-__;:______.:"'__...
:1> ; seaside resort and snugged up to mt'. and the team and motor cycles In rural mall

:, Too.price la the same the year round. went away and sunshine illumined her service, but the government baa lately .
rI Cures frostbites in winter and face. conducted series of trials with an ----------------------
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"I not free to ," I said aft- constructed -- u -- -- '
: > : bites in summer After licking the am marry automobile designed and
I .' '- blade of an ax on a frosty winter morn. er awhile. "Back in the state of Indiana specially for this.dlUl of postal work.

,,1 ': lug nothing will soothe your Injured dwells an old woman who watches The new machine Is built for hill 1 1fif

i ." feelings. like'my'alleviator. and waits for me. She may continer to climbing and country road service. In QUEEN OF SEA ROUTESI 4

: The bottle la so, thick that the children watch and wait for years and years to hill climbing power the car is claimedto

Z .. can play horse with It In the come for all she'll ever see me, but nevertheless : exceed any other motor car manufactured ':
J ,
f>,' west !It la a favorite missile for farmers the legal part of it still holds. regardless of horsepower or

: .to throw at bogs.No .: lave and matrimony are npt for Joe." weight In a recent official test it

f -matter what:other 'so called alleviators "Never In this vain world will I let climbed a grade of thirty-two degrees I

'appear'tn market, do not be thee go!" says the woman with a and with two passengers mounted a Merchants & Miners Trans. Go's

; deceived. :'A k .for the old and time great deal of fervor grade of twenty-two degrees on tbe reverse .

tried and take no other It was then ,that I called upon Integrity gear. The machine weighs 000 l'j

t : After three_months_from'date all bottles to get a hump on her and pull pounds and Is furnished to carriers at .
: : ; will 'be' 'made earthquake proof. me out of a bad hole, aud it was alsothen $400 each. STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN

Quake,, day or by night that my faith in her was rewarded. -
alai with'wM forCe they will but the The off fore wheel fell Into a nit. For Over Sixty Tear

bottle' LaUeTUtoralttlngon; : the parlor and the female.was pitched out on the Mrs. Winslows' Soothing has -

]taWf :wttl remtlt.iiodlsturbed and soft prairie on her head and by the been used for over sixty years by Syrup millionsof .

be an'asset to begla business on anew. time she had scrambled up I bad the mothers for their children while teething -

t, At the Galvesttm flood one of my bottles old boss under moshun and her efforts with perfect success. It soothes the SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA. .

: ; ,floated across;to the West Indies to overtake me were in vain. child, softens the gums allays all pain, ,

.:.o4:cured low'jiitients-when opened. M. QUAD. cures wind colic, and is the best remedy -

: .At',to -T8an.fWnctaco Are' one was for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor Direct Connections for ,x
Hl First Patleat. little sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists -
8" >
; TTtrped'to the shape of toe;letter
A physician of large reputation tells in every part of the world. Tweet,-
; jindstlUpresexTedits contents. five cents a bottle. Be and ask
ewe for
a good story about himself. Washington New York and Boston.
.AflCtrtaln ,that yow t oOj druggist; "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and #!
: < him "During my absence be says "In,r ,
I Is not a hors t thls< before asking take no other kind.

if be aeOi rUgrioi Joe's AUevtator. two youngsters got Into my consultingroom. 1 __ -:
1 wiiiaakloi tort &town of Busted Presently them opened a '
tickets sale at
back Through
HOUI3TfcR'S on principal points.Accommodations .
Woo* ",Iaiw1sk-teapag: ; In mytureal door and started terror. 'Pooh! .
andwondtring why What are you fraid of 7'. his p1a1lD&tewed. lecky fountain Tea Nuggets and cuisine r
good upewq! unsurpassed.
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;..e;; ... ,a11:,,,;.......... .".__ ttt.09, <,.;t...t ,Sa- .'If nothing. but aa old shell' A Buy MidMi fat Buy People SEND FOR BOOKLET. .
.* IdKa Silo Hishk sad. Beamd 7l or. t
1D rtrton I
f ttfttij paid JO per cw rPz9lt end no '
afterclap, plea'r,met 1Ip wttk tin old Wh-wh-wbert: did It cool ftpaf AIDIIdAo.rTrouBresth.tor Onastlpation, Indigestion.Eczema,Impute Lire'

1 ,cow on:fooVvin:a d* asked the other.:with chattering .teeth [ owels. Headache. H. C. VERY, Com'l Agent, Jackson fill e. j=, ]
sd Jrekacba It" )loumaID,."t <
had'top t J
-'Ob. I don't know Father" it
.; ,..' __on of lathes and,blandneta Wt a stad ,.... SI eats a box. o.uJJae..DJe" J. C. WHITNEY, M P. P. ft !.>I., Y. P.UIIEI. P. !. l. "
'pad ti pass the tint of day, tad by a long time. I expect it waa,his fir+4 Bouurn Dave Ooxriar MadtooB,wis.. i :

t....' .; Y', 'l. ). e .., . .. ; patient -Judge's Magazine of PUB, WIDEN ftUGGCTS FOR ALLOW PEOPLEs OIL OFFICES, BALTOIOBE ID. ," .. .. 1'

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>i::" -- -. ""'"ieanitedStatea,'aDd' ,appeared for the prosecution political'conditions,
.- k'f', '._ .;:. ",-<-;; 'JI! :: "r ,' Attorney,Hartridge. for the defendants wealth which it create ia merely a mean ..
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j;": "h- "' .: :r : heard, moved. for, a discharge. on' the L.So: long as the present organization y'T
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) ; of indnetry'rentains; :the capitalist class
::3ff iV The New,York World asks:: Shall ground 'that no offense had ,.been t
'r. shown that 'nothing had been ,Intro will monopolize she machines of production :
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,,: of't.tir' 'L:rpemocratswould' probably ,rather cartoon, as published, were not'true. :system the wealth created by the I .....'

'Y f& y see' (die than to have:its principles and'"that the prosecution had utterly working class. : _i

. 'g <. ah<}:' candidates 'prescribed.. by. the failed to nuke oat a case., _-. Because of this exploitation of the AbsolutePur .
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. -". 71'Fj g;. ... World, ._ ... -" Attorney CoCtoell stated that the laborers. by the capitalists and the ownership' A Cream of Tartar powder= -
the of all the wealth
by capitalists
: J. '"".;.. .'" We always feel. sorry for a" man publication. .showed on Uclon8 its face' that. It thus produced, there is an inevitable war free from alum or phosphatlc r ;
libelous and. and false. t
taunt was 0
rF' who accept statements made that between the interests of the working class acid '

a 'l in! good faith by others without trying Attorney Pope said counsel forprosecution on the one band and the interests of the :
had failed to 'prove that '
:." c4 to twist them around to suit his capitalist class on the other. HAS I' SUBSTITUTEBusy
the allegations were false and ma .
: fancy and.weave in irrelevant questions licious. He held that the: defendants 5. In this conflict between the work '.' '

't .to obfuscate the minds of theO ers and the, capitalists, labor is disarmedon
should be dismissed
:.';', ">':7'-.'Y' were not guilty and the economic side, -all the instrumentsfor .. .
*l'1'_ *.1g.3', ::: -. .. .producing(' and distributing >wealth Fernandina. 000 feet lumber, 18,630 pounds palmetto ,
i! ;- Attorneys Fletcher and Cockrell
.... ,-{t',"t '" 'We have been requested. by sever1l .- then quoted the law on criminal. libel being owned and controlled by the hold (Fern ndlna' News.) leaves, 300 pounds boeeebotil,

.. .- ? al of our subscribers to publish theplatform holdtng' that all flat was necessarywas ers of capital During the month of August six goods, the, total value of which. was- .,

:f of the Social party in this 6. There is only one weapon with : vessels entered the of Fernan 928387. r
,,1. the In' which port
tr. { : : to produce paper
!1' ';_ .. state., Realizing that the, Socialists the alleged libelous matter was published which the working class can successfully dina from foreign ports and nun Coastwise entrance were 20 and s-
the class and that is
oppose capitalist ,
. i.11/ N haven't't a publication:of their own, and this they had done making the ballot. cleared for foreign ports. clearances It.Coastwise .

j.-r;.. 1'i. .:.;: ;' THE STAR.,. as' a Democratic- paper, .the offense complete. 7. This i fact demands as its inevitable Foreign exports, 10,676 ,tons phos shipments were 4,099,000 .
,: the and the article phate 100,053 round barrels rosin feet lumber and 89,488 crosstiett equalto
}J .;; ,- accedes to request 'Justice Harris denied the motion conclusion the organization_of the work.
!t#.(< ; will be found in another tiolumn.It Attorney Hartridge to dismiss the defendants ing class into a political party that shall 595,025 gallons"spirits turpentine, 740,- 3.937.492 feet lomter.YmYiVYfVWi.

i \ and held them under bonds be,always and everywhere,distinct from ,

fiAt" has turned out that the proper of $400 each to await .the action of and opposed to every political party not -

t .: thing to do in this state,'when a manfir' the'Criminal: Court. founded entirely upon ,the interests of

; has been refused a railroad pass,, is the working class. We recognize that in

f: 1.\ .', to start a newspaper and wreak vengeance $33.00 to California the' state:our powers for the permanent

Now is the best time of the to see relief of the class limited
} r upon the corporations. ,It is a year working are The
California. The farmers and fruit growerscan pesFertIlizersFifty
f- .t matter of fact that some newspapers -
!t tell you all about the bumper crop of butS.
The Socialist when in office
:' 11., have maligned the railroad people 1906. party ;
Low rates day to October will always and everywhere, pledge itselfas
E : .. with the hope that those maligned way every '
31st, 1906. $33.00 from Chicago and the party of the working class, to use .
t:: ;. might be induced to purchase the correspondingly low rates from all points
all political power as fast as it shall be

f,: # t.... outfit and thus put a'stop'to the ma- east Union via Pacific and Southern Pacific intrusted to us by our fellow workers, years' experience through three, generations .

"i' ,. ligning. What is ,the proper name Bail roads. both for their immediate interests and of the Mapes family.

c.. j: ;, 'for.such proceedure: ? Be sure your tickets read over this line. for their ultimate and complete emanci- We are a household word all over fair Florida.

; ? Inquire of
; 1 pation.
J. F. VAX RKXSSELAEB, Our thirtieth in the state
It is dangerous, it is unwise, it is Street Atlanta Ga. 9. We declare for the abolition of the year
124 Peachtree ,
impolitic to give any five men, or spoils system of large fees and'its attendant Our goods combine safety, reliability. and -

any board of any character, the power Some Pranks of the Hurricane. political corruption, and pledge our profit for the grower. ,",*. % tj

to tax at will when from selves to do away paying with fee offices *.""
you (Pensacola Journal) No dangerous compounds. -- __
and place all on a regular salary.
their decision you have .no right latest evidences that the
Among the Ask for and the
our pamphlets fip4
10. We demand that no law shall be agents
:[ j7fi appeal, no redress, for oppression in <
hurricane which struck.Pensacola was .
; the courts, and no relief from injustice placed on the statute books without being reason why you ought to buy our good '
the most severe ever experienced on :
subject to the Initiative and Referendum,
n.' anywhere, says the Jasper News, the Gulf coast are two, wide channels I' thereby granting to the people the bene- Agents: E. L. Brady" Brq., Tt% yUle -

and nearly every newspaper in the across Santa Rosa Island extending fit of direct legislation, which is pure de J. M. Sanders, Cocoa Jos. Paxton, Eockledge

.r. : r tate holds this' same opinion. The from the Gulf to the bay, through mocracy. A. T. Patillo, Osteen F. Bergmann Merritt

r point is well taken and cannot successfully which rowboats and launches can pass 11. In conclusion, we appeal to all

YF .' be controverted. with ease. workingmen to study the principles of E. R. Provost Lotus

An inspection of the island was Socialism; to vote with their class at all .

f THE STAR has not opposed drain- made yesterday to ascertain its exact elections until they overthrow the powerof '>> YA-WWw.MYA\1J,.

age, per se, for we realize that some condition. Senator Mallory and Col- capitalism, abolish industrial classesin .

of the best lands in South Florida lector Stlllman visited the island, as society, terminate forever the class Father Killed by His Son. WIt Weather Bepert,

r have already been made available by they had heard rumors of channels be- struggle, and inaugurate the cooperative (Live Oak Democrat) q.a.DJtFAaTxiirr or A6&1CVI.TVa.wuta.

We have simply called ing washed through by the storm. commonwealth, based upon this funda On Saturday night William Parker sa 5Q&LAU.

attention to the proposed amend- Lieutenant Bryan carried them over on mental principle of justice.We who lived six miles north of Perry, JCI B,. FLA. Oct 8. 1909.
also appeal to all who I love fair
+, ment because we believe that its the cutter Penrose. was shot and instantly killed by his Comparative statement of toBpentarea
play, to investigate Socialism and come and rainfall for the week ending Tttuday1W6 .
would too much Both the channels found between in his home.It .
:. adoption place power were to a realisation that there is fast approach. son, own 1905MAX.

r in the handset a board of drain- the site of the life-saving sta.tlon ing a condition where there must be nothing has been impossible to get a full DATE. XI_. MAX. XI_.

. age commissioners with no remedyfor and quarantine station and were but a working class. report of the killing, but from what we Oct" 3.4. DO' 76 75 85 85 78 79

redress if that power should be separated by a space of about two can learn Parker went home Saturday 5. 85M 77 858d 78

y* misused The commissioners would rriles. One is about three-quarters of Julius Caesar night under the influence of whisky, "" 6. 91 76 75 '
jsi r was a man ofuerve-but sickness left its .. 7. 85 74 83 'l'l
have more absolute power than the a mile in width and two and one-half mark and he becams aged before his and half crazed by drink, he threatenedto 8. 85 78 85 71 .

ruler of a monarchy. Let the ques- feet deep, while the other is a mile time. Sickness is. often caused by a tor- take the life of one of his children.One 9. 83 74 83 74

wide and three feet deep at high tide. ped liver. Herbine will regulate your of his boys interfered when the Total rainfall for tU week. .54 belie
; tion of drainage be decided by the localities liver and give yen health. Mrs. Carrie Departure rainfall for the week mi&u 101
The island at the points where the father turned upon him, and with knife inches.
where it is needed, and reg Austin, Hollon, Kansas, writes "I consider Departure rainfall
the Gulf has broken through into the bay Herbine the best medicine I ever In hand threatened to cut his throat 10,SO inches. since JaIL 1st, plus
ulated by statute to suit case. "
r=: ... ia between two hundred ,yards and a heard of. I am never without it. Sold The boy retreated to where his father's H. P. HABDIS.
by Red Cross! Pharmacy.
L Law Against Idleness Needed quarter of a mile wide. *. shotgun was standing, grabbed it and Official Charge.

$ Commenting :upon .the fact that It was stated yesterday afternoon Chinamen in a Fierce Fight. fired, the entire load taking effect in NOT1CK )", _

that the party rowed through one of Ten Chinamen, composing the fire- his fathers breast killing him in. f
great difficulty had been experiencedin To whom it may concern J
the channels with a large rowboat. loom crew of the British steamer E. standing.The .
getting labor to load government Notice ia hereby (inn that upon the 26th "
The fact that the Gulf has broken O. Saltmarsh anchored at Tarragona officers of Perry were immediately day of October, A. D. 190d or H won thereafter t 'j'
the Tribune
at Tampa remarks -
transport ,
shows to what that as a bearing can be bad the oodenigned,
through into the bay vharf Pensacola, revolted Friday notified of the killing, and
-t as follows: F. A.Strahan, Guardian of Robert SchoffieM
l offersof extent It.raged,durliig the fearful hur- night and made a desperate dash for night a coroner's inquest was held, Strahan and Ray Sackett Stnnan. miaon, .;:'

"Contemptuously refusing ricane. The water has before been liberty, fighting like fiends with the and the killing was found to be justifiable and heirs Mindy A. Cbambeilin and Etta '
better than they usually receive C. Strahau, both deceased will apply to the ..
o wages Known to dash over, the !Island but officers, who stopped them as they ; therelore! no arrest was made. Honorable B. B. Wilson County Judge in

'4 large numbers of idle negroes never before to cut ,out such immense were swarming over the sides of the William Parker was well known In and for BrevanJ County, Florida,for in orderappointing -;
of the George Hard Commissioner ut the II
r approached by representatives channels as those that now exist.It vessel. Taylor County, and when sober was a Court with power and instreetion to sell at I

government desirous of employing Is very probable that the United They were finally clubbed into sub- good honorable citizen but when under private sale the undivided one seventh ;. I

r them for this important work, declared Slates Government will be asked to at jection, but soon made another dash, the influence of whisky was considered Scho&eld Interest 01 Strahan each of and"H Bay minors Sackett, IWrt Stratum j

that they did not care to work once build jetties along the beach : and this time fought even more des- a dangerous man. fin heirs aforesaid of Ulndy A.dumber-
and Etta
C. gtahan both deceased ia
: for less than 50 cents an hour. there, thus' preventing any further perately. They were armed with stil- sloe-Reword--100. and to the following described had. situate, .

The same story is told all over the crashing of these channels.Get lettos, pieces of iron pipe and brass lying and being ia tho County oe fBrtva
The readers of this paper will be pleased aud State of Florida, to-wit:
state. Employers find it difficult to knucks. With the assistance of work. to learn that there is at least one dreadful Began N. W. Corner South
Ask For disease that science has beeu able to in 21 E. between and19,1&8ran
What You cure See. 17 chains
induce to accept employ- the wharf
negroes men on they were again
aU its and that ia Catarrh.
stages Hall's Catarrh thence North 71| E. to|comer post in centerof
ment. The way to relieve the situa- When yon see an article well-ad verti ed overpowered and placed In irons. Cure is the only positive cure knownto Titus ville and Enterprise Road 6.10 cbsias I
in the newspapers, yon may be sure it's a the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a whence bears pine a 77J W 41) Uab 14 Inches -
}: tion is to,enforce the vagrancy law, The men mutinied because the cook
article for constitutional disease requires coastitu- in diameter.
good advertising only pays if a Fins g. 60-3-4 E. 55 liakt,
But a more effective means would the goods are honest and possess merit had failed to provide them with chop tionai treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure Ia 84 inches ia diameter. Beginniaz at this

be found in state law against idle The people who make a specialty of one suey. taken internally, acting directly upon the corner and ran North 7J-M East tea feet aDd
a blood and surfaces of the
advertised article, like Gaacarets, CandyIb&rtic mucous system, parallel with Roberta Grove to East boundary
is thereby destroying tie foundation of the disease line of N. W. 4 of N. W. i of
ness. A man a vagrant only un for example, stake their whole A Lucky Po tml treM 8eetioo 11.11.
and giving the patient in
strength cbaiBSjU n North 8J West I ehafaa thence
der certain conditions.- With a law baaneas existence on it's doing what they is'Mrs. Alexander, of Cary, Me., who has building up the constitution and assisting South n-M West to center olTitulTiJ; >> aDd

against idleness the negro and the jay it will.. They most "make good" as found Dr. King's New Life Pills to be nature in doing its work. The proprietors Enterprise Road lUll chains; thence along
the saying is.. Readers of his paper are the best remedy she ever tried for keeping have 10 much faith in its curative powers center of Bead to starting point,480 chain,
k_ white man who work just.enough to used ,to be sore thatthey get what they the stomach, liver and bowels in perfect that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any containing tevca ud. half acm rf land to

= I eke out air existence could be ,made Ilk for, when they uk for an advertised order. You'll agree with her if you try case that it fails to core. Send for list of te the same more or lea TU lima being in
irtide,"for h'l the food thing that israHatfd these painless purifiers that infuse moniala. Sec 17,,Township 11 8.of Range 81 East.
too to'work he amenable to new Address, F. J. CHENEY 4 CO., Toledo, 0. F.A.8raAHAjr.
org counterfeited ,Don't
and acceptwbatitnte life. Guaranteed by Red Cross Pharm
3r-: : ] Sold by Druggists, 75c. Guardian Robert BehoffieU Btrahaa sod
., ;' ";-,: \".. ..,,, :, .v'" ..*! Insist r 'on getting the genuine! acy. Price 25 cents. Hall'a Family Pills are the best Bay Saekett Strabu mIaon.14t .


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"x C1saa tllt0 -c -= ? :i ) Sirstpirillr;you have Juovn drained Cbas ]AJ9ft years in wantof *ELECTIONwill (xreaitJodge0fasideeuatytbeaa.swl saU t .. .:-... .t.. ::". .. if:
jttt ptndliWaofa such oaoalZTDe'soll'Gt'uane'sit JQrisdktion of aDMbetthecinDI'CIUGnllMlcircGiladattlIMh'.earn and asatserssw' ..;.
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v.i rA -> > cal be toond'la-tnTpaft--otYlor4dt:: and the :. z "-
tlOWBlttoo.' Ask hlmaboutft. Tuesday next succeeding the fiat Monday in ty. same{ : :
:that' : Novemb rA. D.,'1906.the said Tuesday being damns injan :;, S- e: :
retandL t ," "'""'), : ': : .. f>t'.the'fact it. 'wav 'scbject'toCverfl011 Ongoo'wananto'aerideastt* 5, Ji
.cvkle lwre It a8y ettom ef the level. -k tbe prohibition habeas eerpas and all writs pray; $;: ,
-at : each
ekottiott being held JnetPeterv certain of wand to the '
poimMM ftwbKts absorbed caulac headache necessary complete exercise of .
{ :: snoitlhdatp' :iK That=- city ,-is blliauiMM*.ean.,4npepta.*M tbuSMftjMUlfttramdctei fear\iw 'fe tered ituseiess'eaeeptas : SIXTH .DAY.XF,NOVEMBER_ their jurisdiction aa the circuit court sad cb-.' _*, '
the to bet ;
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Cr.-'l; .. out judge of said i.
county: exeepthe
.r power
i* allRIi..t.tWe..tUb_ .sue.'lUSa fills*_aq geatb" ,. grazing.<. lands :except, in.specially' 'the'ti4caitOu Beeolutiou proposing or rejection Amendments of the'aaIdJoint tothe and authority to summon ,.andempanel' < fi '- _- :

grand iury. .. "
i; .:t1-1 altsoocof, .?-".y. ,-"" -"'Athe'"Waodmai'c,...v.'; the. ,;' AFbyy.RyseOoLe.Matar.auo high' laces. '. r Constitution, of the State of Florida. via: Section 42. There ahalllle'six terms of.. s i4 .i'i''
"When the canal cut last court in each .
was year. p
.f. year. ;J.jji
.':Y..r?... although a .,
s: k .
-2".8.,' -- ..... '1'aIt : l.lJel: 5 nt<
':',-. 'T .....v.'Y'"' 'C ,J; of effectively 'considerable ot be and it ur hereby agreed to and shall and who shall hold his office for four years. : ''
.;, -. {zir3; .'0'Chitsuu::.who has'been We have no seer.U I W.-1IU. draining be submitted to the electors of the State at His compensation shall be.fixed by law. -
.' .. : ;;;< ,... ;" : ; '. the fonMlM ofaU sera Mdleiaes.ancient the leads nearer town, and these have the general election, to be held on the first Section 44. All ofibuses triable in said court r -
1'1.: \ .editor!of the.'TaD after' Tuesday after the first Monday in Novembe shall be prosecuted upon information aDder
been purchased and acre
acre A.Dt, 1908, for ratification oath to be filed by the pai17.Herild: bU been's and or rejection. prosecuting attorney.but ,
'IF'ft. ;.' original .name' for .Japan has :already been aet in pineapples Section 32. The Governor, the Comptroller the grand jury of the circuit court for said r

-a;: tt;s, :'(oodtfon! .-. the l&Tana'"ol. ., 'f,, Mr,:Sakal, manager of the colony, is and promise''well for?their oWJ e &' ',the State Treasurer, the Attorney General county; may indict for any offense triable ia
F7.' -r" and Commissioner tho court of record.
; :! the of Agriculture of : Upon the finding of such
: .$ $The Coutt Commissioners ;of Lee new corresponding,with the, Government i, With. the completion. ot the; canal, the State of Florida,and their successors! in indictment the 'circuit judge shall commit

Cwnty-have 1eeonsidered.their. ;action. .officials:.for the purpose of having which under the contract- with Mr.- office, are hereby constituted and designated bail the accused for trial in the court of record -
*'W--V'---- sb'f-- /- -* as a board of drainage commissioners,and are which trial shall be upon information.
t '4'r vdto:; .as appropriation for the the name' of Wyman's: postbfflce' King,.will.completely:;drain. this large hereby authorized and.empowered to establish Section 43. The clerk of said court shall be xi

'.'te' Pair-and-have, !oted to,8peadjt changed. to. Yam'atov there'wUl be thousands of a system of canals drains levees dikes elected by the electors of Escambia county
area acres
; \ ,
'" and reservoirs of such dimensions anddepth, and shall hold office for four 7e nand bin
torIi .
,... :.firt:.. t'00 ":* :"eihttiit; \. The water front presents a very cf fine 'lands. opened',for cultivation, as in the judgment of said board of drainagecommissioners compensation shall be fixed by law, The
,.1.: : '?.*!'w- .. is deemed advisible, to drain ahen4'01 cambia county shall be the .
*:; epoda'eome', from : tnL'l' In businesslike appearance. Fire large and it will not be on the market lq'b exeen-
1t : ,many and reclaim the swamp and overflowed lands tire; officer of said court and his duties and

:1 't_) IShiagtonoanty. that,, the Chocta steamships 'of what is known as the for enterprising people will 'purchase within the State of Florida, or such parts or fee shall be fixed by law. '

I _, ribatchee has'risen to appoint'\four- ocean tramp class are' now taking on it and5engage In 'potato, portions thereof aa is deemed best by said Section The same rules of procedure ;
I_ .. orange board of drainage commissioners from time to and practice which obtain in the circuit court

; t f feet above.low water as;'.'conaeOJience cargoes of naval stores, phosphate and pineapple or vegetable'growlq. time, and to provide for the irrigation of the of the county shall obtain in1 the court ; 1 '
f' lands reclaimed and to maintain such canals, of record, and all laws relative criminal
j .c &J' of the recent great storm lumber: while several barks, a five In conversation with Mr., King a drains,levees, dikes, and reservoirs in such I courts of record except as otherwise provided

The Tax: Collector's books show mast-;:and quite a fleet of four .and Tribune reporter was Wonned''that manner as will be most advantageous to the !herein, shall apply to and control the court 3'
I : territory so drained, the State of Florida, its of record. Change of venue may be bad from
j r :that there Is .an increase in the tax three-mast schooners are loading lumber in -his opinion there was no better inhabitants and the commerce thereof. .the court of record to the circuit court of aa.: : F i

f assessment of Volusla County:for'1906'' and ties. There'is work here for land' for growing potatoes anywhere Section ss. That the board of drainage other county for the same causes and under
.: : commissioners are hereby authorized and the laws providing for changing the venue
'v ;o tu! : .that of1905: .o! $545,294. all 'who will work, and every indication .:. in Florida. "I consider far aheadof empowered to establish drainage districts and from the circuit court of one county to the

f. 1905 was That points to a continuance and even the celebrated Hastings section," fix the boundaries thereof the State of Flor circuit court of another county. The Oov' ,
/JL r iMsment of. T4,394,739. ida. That the board of drainage commissioner ernor may. in his discretion order the cIrcuit.
j o 1900 Is 14,940,033. increase: in the prosperity we now said Air. King "and besides ,the superiority be and it is authorized and empowered judge of Escambia county or of any other
:A w -
;} } -: enJoy.-Fel'JW1dil8-. of the land the fact that to prepare a list or lists of all the alluvialor county to hold one or more terms or parts of
. : tIt -t; gIneer Rogers returned from an swamp and overflowed taxable hinds terms of the court of record. Any civil cause<
at the Fort Pierce Is located iully two hundred within such drainage district or districts in the court of record may be tried before a
I ispecttoq-off the dredge pork ,De yITs Island Torture s
a miles south of Hastings and .Is and levy thereon an acreage tax referee or in case of the disqualification of -
i ti!!ff :)'--' ot.Smith's, k.ye8terday., He is no worse than the'terrible'case of piles not exceeding ten cents per acre per annum the judge of the court of record may be tried

'oZ '. of 1,900 feet in length that afflicted ire 10 years. Then I was seldom visited by killing frosts, will to be fixed annually by said boardof by a judge ad litem, or may be transferred to '
{f :'! a advised to apply Bucklen's Arnica Salve, iitake it the Irish potato section of the drainage commissioners, and the Varioustax the circuit court of Escambia county, or any

%':daring two. .months. leaving a little and less than a box permanently .curedme assessors of the various counties embracedin other county, in the same way and according
i State. The crop raised on this land in whole within such district to the same piovisiocs '
part or drainage i govern such pro-
'less mile of canal to be cut- writes L. S. Napier of Ragles Ky.
,than a ,
1 districts shall receive such list lists ceedings in the circuit rt of Escainbia
Heals all wouuds burns and like west of ,Fort Pierce would be. in the or or COD coun
-11. ,:,__" Daytona ;;Journal.V sores and enter the same upon the tax rolls of the ty. c
' '' magic. 25 cents at Red Uroes Pharmacy.A market at least three weeks ahead of county or counties in which such lands may Section 47. The Supreme court of tne State

..:" a special primary) for CountyCommlesioner the Hastings potatoes, which would lie and the amount so levied by tbe board of shall have appellate jurisdiction in all cases -
11' .- ti of Volusia County, to ,Criminal Court. of. Record.. drainage commissioners in such manner and at law and in equity originating in the courtof
i insure the growers the top of the form aa may be prescribed by the board of record and in cases of conviction of felony

f J:':: fill thejacanaey! on the:board caused Judge Jones hasannounced' his Intendon market at a time when it is bare." drainage commissioners from time to timer in the court of record. The circuit court of

fit the' death of" toe late 'Frank'E.. to ask for a meeting of the bar which amounts shall be collected by the various Escambia county shall have final appellate -.
;; by : This is not the digging of, a new tax collectors of the counties wherein jurisdiction of all misdemeanors tried in the ;

ttt ': Bond, held. Monday, A..H.-Hyland: got of Dade County for the purpose of discussing canal but the deepening of a canal already such levies hive been made as other taxes court of record. All appeals or writs of error

< .. 124 votes and W. C: Cannon 66, mak.Jltiz' with them the necessity forth are collected in accordance with law,and pay prosecuted from the court of record whetherto
{ 'i" dug by the company and when over said amounts collected to the board of the Supreme Court or Circuit Court, shall

IDa necessary a. second primary. organization of a Criminal Courtof the dredge shall have passed over the drainage commissioners, said commissioners be prosecuted in the same way and according
Record in Dade County. shall have a lien superior to all other liens to the same rules as govern such proceedingsfrom
:. '" Monday, October X" was' the first entire route which Is about five miles upon the taxable lands in any such Drainage the Circuit Court to the Supreme Court.

fl' : ;": day that oysters could be' gathered The Judge" points to the congested it will be' deep enough to allow the districts to be enforced by tax levy for the Approved June 6.1905.ABTICLE F
cost of work done under the provisions f
calendar if the XXXII.
condition the civil
of <
i :::(;:. : according to law, and the oystermen water of considerable area to enter hereof or done prior to the adoption of this That the 2-
following amendment
Circuit Court and also to the fact'that amendment under the of of to Article
J ::::*. ..7:' celebrated the day .by bringing some and pass into the Indian ,River. the Legislature, passed in provisions 1903. an (VII of the Constitution of the State of f
r of these delicious bivalves to market. there are a great many cases that take drain hundreds "Florida be and the same is hereby agreed to .*!
I t While the canal will Section 3-!. That the board of drainage
the time of the Circuit Court that be and it is and shall be submitted to the electors of the
commissioners authorized
t. : The.oysters in this section were never up of. acres of valuable lands, there exercise State at the general election in 1906 for ratification '
.. tbe right of emiuent domain in the con.
I II ?! finer than they are this ,season.yew .- might'as well be tried In a Criminal will be other hundreds of acres where demnation of land for the location of its canals or rejection:
Section 1. Either branch of the
: -: "* Court of Record at a considerable less drains levees dikes and reservoirs for
1 ..::0.\ ':-. Smyrna Breeze., ditches will have to be dug to allow the aforesaid and enter at a regular session thereof may propose f
purposes may upon
,,, ;,; expense to the people. amendments to this Constitution and if the
'f into land'as
However take and such it
the canal.
f the water to use may, pending
pass ,
? .: In the municipal election held in The meeting will probably condemnation proceedings, deem same be agreed to by three-fifths of all the a
proposed necessaryfor
t .. 'West :Palm Beach, Tuesday Captain this will be a small matter, for such purposes, and in ascertaining the members elected to each house*such proposed i" *!
:' few amendments shall be
within days. entered their
, take place a upon respective -
. with the drainage canal within reach compensation to be paid for such land or rightof t
Journals with
Baker elected
George B. was Mayor way, benefits to be derived from such the yeas and nays and
-'y < over George W. Potter the vote standing A Moat Worthy Article a'small amount
l = ? [ 93to, 84.'W. W. Hendrickson When an article has been on the mar almost any of the lands of our back Section 35. The Legislature may providefor one county month, where immediately a newspaper preceding is published the next for .,
the assessment of benefits derived by lands
: > ket for ears' and gains friends every general election of y
<<; re-electedMarshal J. L. Grier Clerk country. by reason of such drainage and the collection Representatives, at which
H tlt
year it is safe to call this medicine a election the same shall be submitted to the '
finished thereof the proceeds therefrom shall be
before paidto
and E;'E. Geer R. C.-Creech George worthy one. Such is fiallard's Horehound The work will be the board; of drainage commissioners to be electors of the State for approval or rejection. t

.w. Wellington, Max Sirkin and R. J. Syrup. It positively cares coughs and all the new. year, and practically all the used by them for such drainage purposes. the If a amendments majority the electors voting upon "-
pulmonary diseases. One of the best lauds lying between 'Fort Pierce and Approved May 27 1903. at such election shall adopt 1
'Aldermen. the amendments the shall become
, z- Chillingworth same a part ]
Mobile Ala.
known merchants in ; :
saye T n.Mne.'Cre. k will have 'been ARTICLE XXIX. of tbe Constitution. The proposed amendments A U
The Baptists of New Smyrna have "For five years my family has not been shall be so submitted as to enable the t
troubled with the winter coughs we owe drained. This will open up for set That Section nine ((9)) of Article five ((5) of electors to vote on each amendment separate s.

I, organised. V church, and have'extend this to Ballard's Horehound Syrup. I tlement some of the best potato orange the Constitution of the State of Florida be ly. All amendments adopted at the election .

t. ed a call to Rev. T. J. Bell of Kissimmee ,-' know it has saved my children from and the same is hereby amended so as to read at which this is submitted or heretofore 4'1fl
j' s sick spells." Sold by Red Cross and vegetable land on the coast, as follows, viz: adopted by the electors are hereby declared a
; which call has been accepted. many Pharmacy and another year should witness many "Section 9. The salary of each Justice of part of the Constitution from the date of the ,
between Coxambaa the Supreme Court shall be four thousand ;adoption of the same.
A boat running
transformations in this section. ($4,000) dollars a year. The salary of each Approved June 6, 1905.
and Key West has been delivering to Deserted the Baby. Circuit Judge shall be three thousand five The votes cast in compliance with said pro ,

,;, the Mallory Line in that city the prod- (Tampa Herald.) Sick Headache Cured hundred ($3,500) dollars a year." posed amendments, and the canvass, declara-
That the foregoing amendment to Section tions and returns thereof; shall be subjectedto
ucts of a clam ,faetory. The shipments J. R. Sapp. of R. P.-D. No. 2, states Sick headache ia caused 'by derange- 9 of Article V of the Constitution whereby the same regulations and restrictions as are

, : ,amounted ment of the stomach and by indigestion.Chamberlain's agreed to and the same shall be submitted to provided by law for general elections in the
i for the past season at'a startling discovery was made ;
Stomach and Liver Tab- the electors of the State for approval or rejection state of Florida.

., :to 60,000 cases, at from $3 to (7 per near College Hill by a small boy. lets correct these disorders and effect a at the next general election of representatives TESTIMONY WHEBEOF. have hereunto .

cure. By taking these tablets as soon as as required by Section 1, Article set my hand and affixed the
3' case.. The boy' states that he was hunting the first indication of the disease appears, XVII of the Constitution. [L. S.] Great Seal ofthe State of Florida, at i

i' Shipments of cigars from Tampa cows in the palmetto scrub near his the attack may be warded off. For sale Approved May 31. !905. Tallahassee, the Capital this fiat
day of A. D. 1906.
for the week ending September 29 home when he heard a noise in the by all druggists and medicine dealers. ARTICLE XXX. August.H. CLAY CaA w roaD. '" t x

:?= 5,745,000..' Previously reportedt bushes. On investigation he found a That the following amendment to ArticleV Secretary of State
were Seaboard Making Extension.A of the Constitution of the State of Florida, To J. P. BEOWS, Sheriff Brevard County.

..shipments. for the. 'present. year were- baby, only a few days old, wrapped in from relative to the Judiciary Department to be Titusville, Fla., AUIJ. 3.ENNIS { I ;
1 : '" dispatch to the Times-Union
,480,09,000. Total !shipments frooi a cloth.It numbered Section 39 of said Article V. be and ----- -
Crystal River says: "D. M. McKey, the same is hereby agreed to and shall be
trt F January'1 'to September,29,29 were 191,- was found, I when the neighborswere .. submitted to the electors of the State at the BOBBINS
k civil engineer of the Seaboard, with a election be held the first Tues
840,000. Total shipments for the same called that the baby had general on
has been day after the first Monday in November A.
large engineering crew reg-
": period'Of las\ year were 157,200,000.The squirmed itself partly out of the cloth D. 1906 for ratification or rejection, to-wit: & GRAHAM: a
the istered at the Alabama Hotel here for Section 39. The annual salary of the
increase .in shipments for this and that feet were resting on
of each of the Criminal Courts of Record -
C the past week and has completed a CO.
"' ,
:,S \ up to September: 29. was 36,: bare ground. There was a'nest of I I.I I. now or hereafter to be established shall S .
years ; ; I.i along the river front for that ([Incorporated Paid up Capital !.3.000.O..
r 640,000: large ants nearby, and these had bitten i survey be paid quarterly by the county where such
.. I road. They are now moving on toward court is established, and shall be as follows: This company owns lands
). the tiny baby in an awful manner. In counties of less) than fifteen thousand pop. in the Indian River (Vaintry -

: Bill Brown brought from the Everglades Although life was almost extinct, the Brooksville. From the best in ulation one thousand dollars; in counties of ,on the St. Lncie Ri\(' 'f

this week the greatest number formation obtainable, this road will from fifteen thousand to twenty-five thousand New River and on Biscay
baby was, alter being given attentionby population, fifteen hundred dollars; in counties -
.of alligator hides that he has ever a lady living on the corner of LIvIngston soon be built from Otter Creek via of from twenty-five thousand to thirty. ne Bay.

handled' in'.onet .trip.. His load con- Crystal River to Brooksville. five thousand population: two thousand dollars PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
z .J. ';; .t and Buffalo Avenues : and in counties of more than thirty-five Send for land list.

,..Uted, of l,03T-gatorChides and .950 An investigation will be made to "The survey of the Seaboard along thousand population twenty-five hundred OFFICER AT '

i- 'gstor'feet BUI sold his hides to'.R.A. tbe water front is almost parallel with dollars. hereby repealing any and all partor TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. <
find iDhuman'and cruel
the parents parts of the said Constitution in conflict
... Henderson, for |870. This shows that of the Gainesville & Gulf. Captain herewith. -

.. that .there, are,. ,a, .few');gmtors' still who left the baby deserted. Garonto with a large force of Approved June 6,1905.ABTICLE & FORT i

,-. left ln the. .+;gisides. ,. but\Stow jomg. ; the Aa Awful touch CuredTwo hands, is grading the Gainesville & XXXI. I r w"" _

r'' ..crop' ,, .'r touch pneumonia, which left her with of the Constitution of the State of Florida, _
.- Port .Myers. Press, + ao awful cough. She bad '.peU of coughing ; The work is progressing nicely and it relative to the Judiciary Department to be rr ';I

just .like with the whooping looks like three railroads for Crystal numbered Sections 40, 41, 42. 43. ,",45, 48 and .
For:the accommodation. ...the_Japanese cough, and some gone bought she would not 47, of said Article V, be and the same are TITUSVILLE. FLA.1
instead of
one. and shall be submitted to
.at) what II now' called bottle of Cham hereby agreed
={ colony get well at iiL We got a the electors of the State at the general dicer Wagons made and repaired. Horse Shoeinga

Boca Ratone, 'in Dade' County, the berlain's Cough ;.Remedy, which acted 088TORtd. tion to be held on the first Tuesday after the specialty. Work from any part of Indian :

V ; ; Railway has erected : like a charm. She stopped coaching and flash tiff 1 Cif roe wit first Monday in November, A. D.. 1906, for River or anywhere ia the county: will receiveour .
,;t Florida,Bait Coast' not stoat and &LM writes Mrs. Ora Bustard ratification or rejection to-wit careful attention. We stand the freight

a;station. that place. and, (has Brokaker.OU.: this remedlQiefor "? Section. There shall be established in one way and guarantee to give you satisfaction. .

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?succeeded In killing "':to.hoow, office or'ractory.and In: ; : -
tags the Uoo fctar the eonseqaeneA the stomach must be treated .: : j.: !

; : Jfr anwlndlng and, havW;bis+no laaao weapon M h, gacbase gnI-, te their a natural earlier way mistakes.before;i they The In ftCI-can muscles rectify&rf.m'manJ. ,;,-.,:" '''' .',. ,,.'--I'.-.".".Ludwig fIl'".J''!;;

leped.,A* the-laaao fell:over the;anJ-* thin anndhthin-blooded at .do their ", '.,;,< :. -r 'v.... '" "" :.
mar ; head 'It] tame' leaping"toward work.with great dtffiettUy.: a result .- "' =
fatigue comes earl, is enreow and lasts -..1r
Cdta singsCummings pony.rin,,and long. The demand for'nutritive aid is ..j .
It. became a race between the' pony' ahead of the supply. perfect Piano, :
and ,th* lion, 'in which the pony 5 won, health.'"f1C1.U; ue.from, bone the nerve blood certain andmuacle'Jhou1d"te : .. .;, -. ,. 1,,, ."..".". .-. .
finally,choking the lion to death mawta1s'and return to'it certain r j :: <
other It Is:necessary to.prepare the --;. -
teatA. stomach for the work of taking up from -
ocheating at the food what is necessary to make good is preferred by those who are admittedly I
forget- re LJcan'. sleep at rich,red blood. We must go to Naturefor }:
Y r= SJ* this yoong woman sent for John- night; 'won eat, cries epampdifftly.! A the remedy. There were certain
the of tone? The is
M !aaf btko the enrssement and warned bottle White's, Qr'eamVermftuge never roots known to the Indians--of this best judges answer: !
fails to mother should give country before the advent of the whites .
mentioned core. 'Every
1 aflrlta Byer her name the
e htia'arcested her baby ,White'I'.Cream Vermifu e. So which later came to the knowledge of easy. It is because everyone who has y ',;
> fire times the settlers and which are now growing

r 'c WQhneoaT( la:believed to be, fretful many the mother when the does baby not know is pale whatto and rapidly of obstinate professional stomach and favor liver for troubles.the cure :played: the Ludwig knows that in it \ ;

aaauaud) came;toPlttsburg_ less than a do. A boule of this medicine would These are found to be safe and yet certain "

y **** ago and was supposed to be a bo bring color to his cheeks and laughter to in their cleansing and invigorating is embodied artistic thatitmeets
ks'. He dreued flash11y and obtained his e'eL..Give it-a trial. Sold by Red effect upon the stomach, liver and blood. every _
Cross Pharmacy These are: Golden Seal root, Queen'sroot .
Stone root, Bloodroot, Mandrake every demand of the expert required ::
root. Then there is Black Cherrybark.

DIED IN RIVER IN The native medicinal roots when principles'extracted residing in these' for the truest interpretation of ;t

t .,1 ,1.. erine as a solvent make the most rellaDle
EACH and efficient stomach tonic and liver invigorator .
OTHER'S ARMSLovers' music that it that indescribable -
s when combined in Just the possesses :
right proportions as in Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery., Where there delicate charm which is difficult -
Clasp Unbroken When Their is bankrupt vitality-such nervous ,

s 7 .Bodies Are Fond Floating lethe exhaustion blood, the ,body bad acquires nutrition vigor-and and thin the to analyze,. but which is designatedby :

.. feel the :
Delaware. nerves blood and all the tissues
., favorable effect of this sovereign remedy. musicians who appreciate thatit l
-- Although some physicians have been some ;;' .
With their arms clasped about each aware of the high medicinal value of the.
other andan, expression of perfect serenity above mentioned plante, yet few have can correctly protray every varying, : f
4' used as solvent and
glycerine a
on their faces the bodies of Gus- pure
usually the doctors' prescriptions called F'
tave J, Kathke, Jr., and Ella Miller, for the ingredients in varying. mounts, emotion, as the "soul"'of Ludwig., I
1 1S his sweetheart were found In the Del with alcohol. \<
: \ aware river off Chestnut street Philadelphia. The "Golden Medical Discovery" Is a !,.:;>o, .,
scientific of the
preparation compounded
glyceric extracts of the above mentioned I Sold by H!
The parents of both supposed that vegetable ingredients and contains no I

they had eloped. There had been much alcohol or harmful habit-forming' '. drags. I i 0 j
7 j
opposition to the match .on the part of Indian River j

the girl's, mother, but after, Gus and It on the side of a barrer and then began 1.=*' tj I

Ella disappeared ,last Tuesday night his experiments. After several .

the two mothers.had.a heart to heart weeks' work he has perfected an instrument : !

I talk and decided that the best thing to .that gives a surprisingly mellow Music House M

do was to'.forgive and bless the chil- tone. \ ; !1
dren when they returned. x: ,
Friends of the musician have been

t. While this family conference was his studio the for
'. calling at by score TITUSVILLE; FLORIDATHE f flit
going on the two corpses clinging as the past few days to.hear the new musical

I tightly to each other in death M the instrument. Hall has received a f

boy and girl had clung In life were large offer for the Instrument from a
being washed up and down in the tides circus performer but be' refused to ... > !
itt of the Delaware. part with It. f

Hall Is well known in local musical -
El OUAJrafVp
; 09 TOT PLAYS TUNESON circles. 'He Is the composer of several ; '
tuneful sons and marches which have SOHMER-OECILIAN PIANO
entrance Into several leading clubs
A BARREL obtained:: popular approval.Itotbi.g .
and society. *The exposure as a cheat at THE; FARRAND-CEOILIAN PIANO i
cards was the climax' of suspicions to Year

* $.. held against him for some time. Malta (Mats.) Inventor Makes Sweet Mothers need have no hesitancy in THE CECILIAN PLAYER PIANO I
During the of stud poker which
game Mart With a Uaioae continuing to give Chamterlain's Cough ;
ended in )'ohBlOn'. exposure be bad Remedy to thejr littl ones, as it contains t
cleaned up most of the money on the -cOo. i absolutely nothing injurious.This remedy

:3 table and a diamond rug aud a shirt I is not only perfectly safe :togive small !

stud belonging' to Frank Saner The Out 0'a- sugar barrel Frederick S. children but is a medicine of gnat worth
and merit. It has world wide Ir
latter grabbed his hand and revealed a Hall of Maiden Mass., has constructed a reputation s ,
for its cures of cmnthn colds and can i r
ring containing a mirror about the star a unique musical Instrument, supposedto
always be relied upon. For sale by all
of a dime by means of which Johnson be a distant relative to the cello druggists and medicine dealers. r'i; I

could see the face ,of every card be and on the one string of the contrivance I

dealt. the performer plays arias and 4

; 4. "Johnson's" fiancee innocently started selections from famous operas as well HEALTH ; I

:' the clubmen to baking: up the record -' as popular airs. INSURANCEThe

.of the new member. One evening Hall got the idea* for the barrel cello f

at a theater one of the clubmen greet one day when he heard a hollow 'nun who Insures his life U V' r .Il I I

k, ed him, "Gaud evening, Joe." wise for his family. I r 4r Ii

.: "Why, Joe Isn't your name" his fiancee Ij
The man who insures his health j
' was heard to say as the couple
is wise both for his family and
walked away, and then the clubman
}' '- began to wonder how many names himself.

.-4 "Joe Johnson" had You may insure health by guardIng ru"" r, t br !,,',Iw, ( iC I td

He is aid .to be connected with. one b ft. It is worth guarding.At .
of the best families In the west
the first attack of disease,

jit which generally approaches .
4 ; NEARLY WED through the LIVER and manifests # !

itself hi Innumerable <
r TAKE_.__

55; Cartes Jo4fe Pat Question to Maid r'' l r LkStt r f t

k.' ., : .- of How the Instead Bride. 'of to Tutt'sPillsAnd I ,.,

What have been matrimonial save health
might a your
A line that meets all demands
r tangle that would surely have found i

Its way into the courts was averted by A -I. both as to quality and price i
iTV the narrowest kind of a margin when NOTICE OF ELECTION .

Judge Macon of Richmond, Yan all but Selling Price from $450 to $850Full I
married John W. Scott to Miss B. N.
To the Sberiff of Brevard County, of the
Ellett, who was present to act u maid
State of Florida: particulars sent on application I
of honor'to Mrs. Bonibelle Gary, the Be it known, that I, H CLAY CRAW. II
bride. FORD, Secretary of State of the State of Flor- I
I As Miss Ellett la than Miss ida, do hereby give notice that a

'r Gary, the judge assumed younger that she was I GENERAL ELECTIONWill INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE TITUSYILLESEABOARD I I

it L the bride and addressed all his questions HZ PLATS OrSBA TUMKS ON HIS BABREL.
' be held in Brevard County, State of II
' to her. The judge did not notice sound made by some small boys Florida, on Tuesday next succeeding the first
that Miss Ellett failed to answer and pounding on a large hogshead. lie be- Monday in November, A. D. 190tf. the said Ii

S. was surprised when the bridegroom Interrupted lieved that the hollow cavity of a Tuesday being the I

the ceremony near its conclusion good stout oaken barrel would pro SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBERFor
to designate his bride. The i
S duce a good sounding board for a vibrating One Representative of the Second Congressional
marriage service was then begun all string.Proct1rlng District of Florida in the Sixtieth

?M' over again. a cello string Hall_ rigged CODJrl1IiIiof'tbe United States. AIRLINE RAILWAY. i
For Two Justices of the Court of
1. Miss Ellett was very much flustered Supreme -FOR- {
Is the Moon Inhabited? the State of Florida
by the incident, as rumors are rife that 1
For Two Railroad Commissioners for the
if;' she is engaged to be: married soon. Science has proven that the moon has State of Florida. Savannah, Columbia Southern Pines, I
an atmosphere, which makes life in some For One Member of the House of Represen
.aRe CM Stakr M form possible on that satellite! ;but not for tatives of the State of Florida. Washington, Baltimore. f
human beings, who have a hard For County Judge.
Mary Douglass, a fifteen-year- negro time on this earth of oars;especially those F.or County Assessor of Taxes.For Philadelphia, New York, t
girl, employed as a nurse at the who don't know that Electric Bitterscure Tax CollectorFor
* Treasurer.For .
borne of Captain E. Oliver Mabon, of headache, biliousness, malaria, County Five County Commissioners.For TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. I

Company B, Pennsylvania national chills and fever, jaundice, dyspepsia, Three Members of the County Board of SEABOARD EXPRESS
t guard was arrested at Chester. Pa.. dizziness, torpid liver,kidney complaints, Public Instruction.For SEABOARD MAIL.MODERN I
charged with sticking pins la ttret- general debility and female weaknesses. Justice of the Peace in and for the following -
Justice Districts, viz No.2, 3, 5, 7,
meatla old Baby Jeannette Mabon! Unequalled as general tonic and appetizer 13, 19 20. : PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. I

Mi whose Ulasss bad puasled.the attending for weak persona and especially for For Constable in and for the following Justice : I
S physician'Dr. F. Powel. for ...,- the aged. It induces sound sleep folly Districts, via: No. 2, 3, 5, 7,13,19, 20. ONLY LXNE

eraI --, Making an eiitalasttoa, the guaranteed Price only 50 by cents Red Cross Pharmacy. la Testimony Whereof hand I have hereuntoset Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eats.
my and affixed the great
doctor toot" from the child fMrtseft [L. a.] Seal of the State of Florida, at Tal- For full information and sleeper reservations call on Seaboard I
,mall plas sad a safety pto.. Maty. la a.l6>sTORta.iaraw : lahaatee,the Capital, this thefirst write to any agent, or

*t aid to hart.confessed to .tie doctor iM thdrs 1IiJj day- September, A.D. 1909. A. 0. MACDONELL, S. C. BQYI3TON Jr. I

f and Mra." Mabon' that, aba' used ttebaby ....... H.4LAY Secretary CRAWFORD of State., Asst.General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent, ,

ai a halo n pincushion. She was To J.P.Bsowir,Sheriff Bievard County. JACKSONVILLE, FLA 5 5

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:.,:t 1f :! yipDear the' weather N Writ for MBpMu4bookp, .. $1. ( declared, : already / .
shortly on

1.t4iab.sltb. Addma 49 tome ,experimental:use of these long P% ,..E ;
tt\y' -ot=:theUntted States will at leastcontributors ..Is-..:(1::J::f. .ClbgewTon: distance reports had been made: thoughthe r :'.

.. Abe. :tepraented. as (me- IEEP 'YOW 'lL.ilWl iw11 results had not yet been used 'publicly PromotesDigesKon.CkeTfuloessandBestCofibdDsndtiKr- ,' gi
-'tt"1 '
;Q ":' data:from 'which forecasts; because the bureau was:feelingIts 0f
!: .... ; loftrwraL .
Wt $.
Opum.Morphine i
4s. } f: rw ti&madenp, :saysa. Washington : :ia fioTog in' Siberia'and"beyond way before' attempting long range w ,' ,
j dispatch to forecasts. But the experimental use of NOTNABCOTIC. .- .
r. apecl1 : me New York that:in the westward contfnuatlon'of y. ,
rt'G';; the reports covering the wider area had KJi
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1. the Siberian wblda''con tltutellBuula'ta
>: ;
;;}} \ ;? shown the feasibility of making a prediction
.1;,. l1 'f : t.Theireathu<. bureau recently recdr, of the:greatest Importance if five or six days In advance.It ....-tM1k-SM1l1J'I1rI l
% Es11: [.tet er$*from St Petersburg Indicate the weather servlce' 'be .made" of ; 1.Jt.J.a -
e Is true, that such a long distance s
t -' .,. ,3, ,. =that. the oar's government. will asproposWong'made the largest possible,Talne. prediction must be somewhat tentative. .
''; "" > I Iy ,All this .has,.been .recognized for. a -
,- cept It I
i< ffi"i to some time Atmospheric movements at times are ..."." n R
long time but .various matters stood hi
W: K : l the way.. Expense to one of them. -The
.,_':.f Vweather reports,. Weather U Just as said, and fall to reach their logical
making of the,necessary International pk 4
". ,much .ant International, commodity, as arrangements 'for synchronous and destinations on time or at all. But U .Y

thft ft tal service, and a sort of while there are such elements of un S 8tionSourSlomach.D
J.. l: .:ir protobetween Identical observations of the same phenomena -
the wider the A Remedy for Constipa
yet area covered perfect
certainty ;
r; Jf col,pair..beep arranged the was not easy, but the flrst'stephas the ,

1fi ; United States and Russia by which been taken toward It -!n the arrangement :by observations the'grea.ter

J .:'hnealter, the: :United States'weather just effected: :with'the:; Bus- accuracy.and the longer' the period over Worms.ConvulsionsJevensh-- F or 0 Ye r
which 'forecasts may be made. At ness andLoss OF SLEEBlac
tf';ti iharpo wiU I arddany .reported to them clan weather department The'arrange. present dally reports from St. Petersburg It

K .. data bout< weather .conditions of a m nts'with Russia have been made by Sunk Signature ol
{ will cover only three or- four
if®lon vastly greater than ever before. correspondence which has been In '
places In Siberla. Later It Is hoped,1this Gt&ffisSNEW
Itt.factwhen the for long time -,with the Central Thirty Yearsmm
$ f scheme is finally progress. a may be extended to a much more
... ) 1\ .worked out to completion the forecasts Physical observatory. St Peters' complete service. ; YORK.

T : : ;made Washington? 'will be'based on burg.
w//f'/ ,:reports',covering a belt almost around E.: B. Garriott. chief forecaster hi Napolean Bonaparte

E 'i the world and chiefly within the northtemperate'zone Washington ,,explaining the significance !
"".-' .. v of. 'the* arrangement that has showed' at the battle of Aulterlitz; he
was the greatest leader in the world.
t .. co.opera'UoO'w1th"Canada" for a 'longtime been accepted by the Russians said: Ballard'a: Snow Liniment has shown the EXACT COPT OTVBAPFEB> ,

r.ri : has given:the benefit of valuable "Russia has a system of I gathering public it is the best Liniment the

\;..." 'data,..from the Canadian, northwest .as weather data.much'similar to ours, but world. A quick cure for, rheumatism, two e. rr...COMMHV. new' e.. err .

lvv': ,far as Medicine:Hat and Edmonton,.N.W. they don't.go in for forecasting yet so sprains!, burns cuts 'etc., A. C. Pitts,

.: " ;t; *> ; .,-T. Beyond that however' is still far as we do. In fact they.make little Rodeesa, La., Bays: "I use Ballard's Snow

**' *- t, 'thelnimense area of Alaska and arrangements of that feature. But they take observations Liniment in my family and find it unexcelled "
: ':j.:": : ; are being perfected for re- and these are of great valueto for eore chest, headache corns in Y

WI ::: ? *: ports from this region. It'Is expectedthat us,. especially those covering the fact for anything". that can be reached bya '

'ID1tr? '.. Dawson City' Sitka, Nome. .Fairbanks great. Lake Baikal region hi central liniment. Sold by Red Cross Pharm- Florida East Coast Railway .

, j43 f.' and otter points In Immense Siberia. .This .to the center of a vast "
J1f -, '. northwestern empire will soon be sending region of primary meteorological ac- acy.CASTOR local Time Carl No. 61. In Effect September li, IWt.

J '' In their dally reports. The difficulty tion; especially Important In the win- I SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.

;. ."";. ': has been, to get.observers. and these ter season., We hare wanted the reports -
"' .' '. are tiow' enlisting.' -' from_ there and are finally to get' .For Infant and Children No.Dally 99 110.Daily 29 STATIO. 110.Dally 11 Dai Nt. IS, :,
, '
'':'':, (. .>;!- } From. ,:Alaskajt.,is ..% i;w-f- ;.:;' to Asia;' and there. ; on the vast steppes Weather:In'the northern hemisphere You Always Bought 92NLm .. ............ South Jacksonvllle.............Lv 718pm 8.7am
'72Dpm 1040am ...............St. Augustine................ 615pm ..745&m76:3pm
.tl!: \ ::"i .'. of'Siberia. Is the real headquarters-of. travels in a general way from west to Bears theSignature : lllMam .................. Ua tings.. ............ I 6 sipm 649&111
_'.. .the weather industry.. Our, supplyyt east., The forecasters in Washington 8 OSpm 11 3Sam II ................East Palatka................ I 6 Wpm 63O&mH

; there. know of SJpm 1200m ................... ................... 4 5ipm; 605am43pm
largely originates To sent out than three
;: : + recently more days 11 lOam Lv...................Palatka............ ......Ar I-5pm 665am925pm .

'i'K\. ': .- ............ Ar.................San Mateo 4...............Lv ............ loam- .
.........u. 515&m Lv.................Can Mateo.r 9 25pm ... ........
,. ._ 906pm 12 2pm Lv.................. ..................Ar 4 30pm I 6911pm 8I'.am
... : # a lZ 40pm ...................Dupont................... 4 2:1pm: b .m948pm
lfHiITtif:;.iJ.:?: I 113pm .................. Ormond .................. 3 66pm S ooam
}[ r;' 10 oJ'm 121pm .. .................Dllytona.................. :-I5pm 4 48am. '
\. '<: ::e \ 1013pm 136pm ................l.ort OraDKe................ 335pm 37am
?JS <: 'j \. 10 Spm 2 Wpm Ar..a.........New Smyrna................ 315pm 41iaml :

: Loam -411'm Ar'............... Lake ................ lOOpm lI15pm1128am
: 41pm .. t............ ...Orange City................ .. ll60pm: b Wpm ,
ll-1tl/lm 500pm ":..........Orange City Junrtlon...........!" 124."pm Wpm .
: i ,' ': To Californiaf 104jpm Illpm v.-T ...\8myrna.................Ar 3 oopm 00a-m
J-; :'! ,. ," ._, ( ., 1110pm 2 -IOpn ..................(lak Ihil..................Lv -I\PIll\ 33111II
', 11 611.m 3 l6pm At..................Tltusvlile.................. 2opm; 3 OOam
"' '' 4 {
g, '"'"''''7''' '" '. i,...'" 11 Jam 5 001'11I A1.-::::::::::...Saufurd; \ .................. Lt U5iam: 6 3Upmft.
t ;;,.' :. .. ,> 6!11.m n Iiam Ln................ ..Sanford..................tAr _b 5Opm 11 loam .' iif
,';!; '; ;. 11Mpm I a 1iI.m Lv. ....... ........Titusviile................,.Ar 2051'11I 300&m A- ,'
123tam 351I.m .. .......... ...... ....Cu'oa..L\ Zlpm 22:1am "
': l'i. ; :'.5.' 12 'tam I 35lprn ................Roekleilge............... .. l20pm 21bamt ."
'. ., FROM ()ram .. 21.m i i" .................tau illle................. ,. 12 .7pm 147am '
,, ; t. > :... 1 13am I 4 301m : ..................1eibonrne................. .. 12 S7pm 1 371n1156am
'tci : '..... .i }. ;S Wpm I" ................. Sebastian ................. .. 115'am: 12 'Jam ..
':s%''l" i'r; : '1 2 -Ibam I 6 Wpm I ........ ..........'t.! Lucie.................. .. 1068l1.m 12 OOn.t f .
: s &'llm !1615pnr E .................J.'ort Pierce................ 10 SUlim lloopm 2
*> : .: .q- ,' 33\am 6371'01 I I" ............ .......Tibblilh.................. .. 10 !tam 1l l9pm ?.
; < 3 aiam J 6 .11.m ........... .... .. ..E.ieu.................... 101:1am: 111'>Im340am'
w Chicago $33 00 6 totem i ......... ....... ,f:Jen..en................... .. .,100t\01 11O1pm .
slam 6l il'm ...................tuart......Stuart..O Wanl 10 59pm420am ,.
I I2ipm l.I"..................IlobeSound................ 931am 10 :!lpmI
':P# -IOam.1 401'01 ". ................llestJupiter........... .... 918am 10 Wpm .
. : 515am; 8 l3pm ..............\\e-tl.alm: 1each............. -jam; 9 30pm
:; ; 5.tJIlIU: 8.Upm I ,, .......... ...... .Ho"oton.......... ........ .. 8 :'Oam II Olga.63am .
f' ( ;; I 8 foOpm I" ........., ... 1>lray ............. .. 812am 85Upm
d':. 1\ -III.D1!! 9 I.lOpm i I" ..............FurLauderdale.............. .. 7 ham 7 59pm57am !
: t 6 -lil.m ': .........".........I+anhi-................... 119am '7 wpm
: St Louis 7 (!am 9 f..ipUl i i h .................IIallindile................ .. 7 IJII&01 7 3ypm3anr
: t $30.00 -: 30 :Open .... .......... ..lk01"n 1ty.......... ...... .. 643&m 7 I fpm f.
; 7 ilJam I'J 2Ulm -\r................... }Iiaml.I.t 6 35am 1 O5pm
II UGam .. ........ Lv:... .............. Miami...................:Ar .... ....... 3 OrpucIO
E"1. -.. .,#" .': :;oaU1 I I.,. ... .Ar'. ...... ... ...1Ioml'!>tead................:Ly .... ...... ..; 12 301'01 I
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1 ; <' IInfTet Tarlor Tars on trains 20 and 75. Buffet Sleeping Cars on trains W and !!8. AEsctpt
ff'! : ; '. 1. t Uully eseept. .,Sunday. __ _. _,...._ ,_ .. ._ _u 1.
? Low '
N Rates --- --- --
One-Way Every
: Day : I ho. l7 j- I ,
=t- H 23i I Ko.21 No.19 Daily! 18' Nt.20 Nil. 22 t.
: Synd.j Sunday Daily I SUM'y I Dally

:. ,.:> .;: :' ...7.I; To October 31 1906 Only Only Sandal I Oily (

f. '' >.-A: .ii-J.: :V:;, ; ": 2 oor'''','10 team ::6 I0pm| 9 roam ,:L\.. ... .....Jacksonvllla ..... ..Ar 7 i"m-U; 30pm 5 30pm
: 2 If) 6 Ihpm' 90ham ....Smth Jacksonville..Lv.. 7 : l.21'pm: ,5 J:t
i, ; t :. ti' ir 2 ,0pmt I 10 5oar 6 i ilJpm'' J'am i I .. ......1'ablo Beach....... ; 7 Sham'; U ;nOtra 'prn450pm i
:. .. 6 9 4lamU ......Atlantic ..... .. "
2 105. each : t
.. .'. "I'II1 m 00am U 4.mAr I 4 >pm
1'i', :
: 71"'"?:; "\.'," .if.,. ':;fl.lZ.:..'<. .. via. SOOpiu, loam 710nlOWli01: ........ ...Mayport........ ..Lv 6 cam113Uav l. 4r u1 S'D1.
1:" fis.'F.. ,< i
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it" ?:fJ.J ; ''- -; '
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Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships! of the-P. & 'OsSCom: !,:-;; a
: Havana and Key West.

EI> Union Pacific -S3UTHCOUNO-' ""NORTHBOUNDTuovlays .. '_. ';

: ; j:. ':i '.f---. ltnrllay..1l4JJlm IvIIAVAX.Thur*!&ys.... ("m.r. oAr1e.11.Ff.S't
',c.favs.nmdays..1Uipm Ar KEY \\ : :
; 'tT..l'hur"'I&'S"I'
? ; : : :r. i lvKKiWK>T.... Wt'tlu.tll.\ .... 8 4(rpm I.v KtYWE..rrrhuB.IItloo.1ItY', 9 :IOl'fI'&
.*.: iVANThursUajs... .... .. 630 Ar.MIAMI .riUa.Tnelayj.' 5i>> "'L"It
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; R .'oJ't' ;
.. -- -- --- '-
--- -
.. t'-Z.-'.: and 1 Sailings between Key West and Havana.
: I.. KEY NMf. .Monday.. Friday .. 830pm 1 v li.\\'.\:\.\..Tiif,.lay ,'.uurlavi.i'r'n n
',r HAVANA. .Tuejlays aturdavs..63&mm' ArKEYIiE.TTueadrysSaturd4iy.6wpar:
..- -,- .
; -
-- -
,; : Trains Discharge! Passengers at Ship's Side. No 1'raasiers.:
Southern Pacific
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'.i f" The Ti; c7aM', how the times at hich tans! Tray be pwted lo rriv<'! at atr -"! ''' to.t
: .ut tic Several -tutu ii'.but their arrival or 1arture| at the times MatwlH u"t riiHr> .....1 \ ;
};<, : :'/*>" "- 1: .ri;this'wraps.ytrbe' held re.ponsibleforarydelaysoranycwuquenceieriu_ } HI' n. .'/'". 3
"'..J..' '.:,0:;...,. \ For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information i

':( ',: .l ,4.2k > Be sure your tickets read over this lineInquire "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." !

J. D. RAHNER Asst. Gen'I. Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FUU '

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> .'/ Especially regarding Fruit Growing,Trucking and

I r .,(' General Farming? If so. subscribe for the...........

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'f .'.d'r';_,'.. ':;* efcaaed*- ,, J np'!their home- -lot.on- 1-INDIAN IIYER4TATEJARLekT{ 'Ip

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,(... '" M : bld'beio inorder .. OO. -. ,D .., -.I._.... -- >:.t .... ffi ;j!' ,::
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... ; ideaiTusi.iittYa&WIMISMksd Gallie river pal c "' "'--,- '- .
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:. ,i.k-/".',,....:.,",.,. 1!,; ._ 'ff.'#"".6114, ,,,,...,.Jh., >;'<"''G--- : ;"'':;"!;", ':-ibisweek.t. \I ,Paid op Prr: -mooo.8Q:: ;: < .ar'i--. .,1t .d"'''' : "' '"-T" -,::,

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; ,: Smlly orCharlerton Average. DepositsTRANSACTS .
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,',* q a fair ::;; ;: : : l :- '.' : ,
led;boa'U i. beathiHtie ,. iJM&.c .w., :V:*., will occupy--their.cottage on the Atoeml '.
"":: ", ,., t i. :fJ' : BKIKS ,.
-., '.' L ._. lt' :r "' j- >"" ;'>< < if ";.,.g = lodianolifiat Mi&Treatkr is making improvements -
.- ; "t Carter went to !Largest and Oldest l N- ,
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':,J mY 1:t" .t.ti iieek'l Id'spent #leis.days"'with'IIaiHoo to _the;'ciaterna at Hyde Park place, herresidence .; : .. .t:
., '. .. ...J'. "; .. ., ..,-Vi **' '- '''.'.=.rR.. .%_ .,." >' r ontheEaa'GaUie river: I Bank. on '.the my In. 't"- -'if j\J' .
Of "' .MMti., .. ... Exchange Bought and Sold on All J ii ,
.. t.4.t.Z': : :_., .1RS1OTES >' of j Countries. .
-At "< V MUee Hattie Bower. ;went to Eau Gallielaat8atariayTtp Cfcpt Bogero car iea.couple car- Foreign :

". :: iJ; 5 > ;" spend- ';:'a_few days, ..with.... loaf'lumber from- .. Eaa' Gallie thisweek ,Patronage appreciated. Prompt service I : s-. '?j" :=,. '.
s and
'I treatment Yoreonsistejit .
!: t : ) polite every '
-.: ,;-..>;. Y""nJ :'It, lth9riIDe.e; F on.his large freighter, JantfxxpbL with conservative banking a
; __ l. I'"t', ,O.I't r- '-"'" "- .' .. granted ? .
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'' '" .f- Beth : laid family of Brazil Ind., COKBESPONDEST& i4 .F
i."j... ;.': <:? '' < 'f : Dir. and Mr Jo&Brtine'ind areexpected
,. ,;.: ..,,,,_ tw lyleisptper.. in Eaa Gallie,.will Empire Trust Company: N.: Y. Florida ... .''' : -
<; -. '. i>",,'' i home,from, Tennraeee.this,week.WSK who spent last season i.s: ::
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"h" ..f +- :.* i:National Bank of Jackaonrille, Jackson- < "'
i" '-;=,,,," : s'n.: ,,..i. ":!,>> "' '-, :' : very. glad to have.them with ,pond the coming winter in California. ; .
A. <<:;;,,, 1) 'I' i: OOO&. *' *JMrs. I
} 7. '} i 'h"{ !i7.c 'E' of again., A 'church social at the residence of FLORIDA.

r 1i.i': ehowtrees t18..Traffo! bakery.c'ZTbepeoples'Giooery .,:Dr. Wfttfeld" has been worse in Major and,.Mrs.'"Jordan this ,week was ,- J ; : : i

: Opened. its doorsIfpio the mornings, bat resting , the well attended and enjoyed by those pres i>

-' '' : : the public on Tuesday.! afternoon, the; past ,week. She has the ent.; 'E. L. BRADY & BRO. / .' ::

t" <<$* ::DirtOecu: : Conklin;-,of, Miami, lea sympathy- oftbe,whole'community. 'Mrs. W. J. Qoahtock, 'of Georgia, is '" ,

'7 i'_ 'tjaesfc. TheIndianola M the Cocoa: people House are,building, Rev: and- ,'Mn:;White,,Mrs.MriDevoe B. 'Bower the East guest Coast.of CapL and Mrs. Friuk., of:this the 'Groceries, ,Hay, Grain and all Food Products f :; <. 1

,: .J!' vrbarf onae on the end of Sanders'. wbarf.f and daughter Harriet.d. place; We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Map**'Fertfliaers. We deal exdasiTeJj ;: ;- i
? and Hiss Sims and Baby May spent Saturday with in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumer. Write na for price ea .- J., ..
lf 1' Mica:,Evelyn Travis Agnes Mr.and Mrs.'Henry Bower at Rockledge.The Mr. and Mrs. Aines worth of Grand Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L.BEADY a: BEO.Trn7.raUKIXa t4' ,' '
::1 Hatter"visited with Mia Margaret Dixon Rapids Mich., wJlhoecupy their cottageon R.
anniversary ,of a wedding that s- ,
< : ,:oa D_y ', Houston street this coming winter

:. Trade is getting brisk.. Saturday was aiJ took will be place celebrated;.more:in than Georgians:.sixty tYe&I1II1O.this week.A season.i: s. ar. ,NORTH t: 1: ,jlStapleand'Fancy

> peasant day and oar. streets were lively Bennett and the Rochester returned -
,.. : ,with fine,turnouts.. *" number;of.' friends from oat of town will" to Ean Galls wi'hoos'reakinR the Groceries Hay, 1; i :trll': l '
take part in the surprise.Mr. l IQ .;
," Tf e"Qcoa' High School has organized port he .was consigned to. Head winds j

.u literary Society and it is the topic of .,, Everett Dawiey: is getting' the were the cause. VEGETABLES. SPECIALTY : ,

members.' grounds about the Simmons cottage in ..:A drove of fine made their III. .
.-r the day.with the hogs ap Tituttnville. s'a .Florida .-
and is looking' after the'roer and ; '.-, :
order town this week. We would .,: ""
; We bear that several of oar men pea''' "It
other flowers.. Mr' and Mrs.. Simmons, to
t- <<> to admire them in an enclosure ;
furnishing their dwellings-kind of prefer .
'' ft. sort are Oi, getting the cages ready. may -rome, down;quiteearly. ; this year., while in the town limits. '<. {!
A. ,B. Carter received a telegram from
""% :. Vie and Mrs. Chas. Fiber and three The Messrs. Redstone are engaged on
Mr. Waldo P. Clement last Monday, ask. '
: the Walden Cottage this week. This" fine
.JL ; laughters, of West .Palm Beach, visited
ing him to go to Miami and take charge southern home is owned Mrs. S. E
J by '
.., relatives at and Cocoa the first
f.. of the week.Sharpee of the large boat Nirodha.' The boat is so Barboor, of Patterson, N. J. 500 Barrels will be received in the next
;;; ;1 :part
i';. large that she requires a Captain, engineer '
: ": Thetownoonacil has ordered Ad Dixon: and five sailors to run berg 'Oscar, a fa Capt. J. H. Andrews, of Painesville, 60 days., Costs a little more than other cement

: 'ctO the unsold lots in the 0., and Tibbals, Fla., is in Eaa Gallie
1t dean ceme-
: up vorite among the crew with Mr. Clement, but better., ,:
fft 1IIer Now is good time for owners to this week baring his sloop Dixie, overhauled .
,, ) ,a hid change of the boat and in some way
and painted on Hodgson's ways. EAST COAST LUMBER SUPPLY Y CO ;
.1.2,, clean' their lore also. was drowned we have not yet learned ?
Mr. Leslie Bennett reached here lastweek the particulars,' The Baptist i church has been renovated Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material '.'*._..

.,, '. inside and out by the ladies of the congregation '
,t" ;. \ ; ,Capt. and .Mrs., Coggin were on- Eau Gallie, Florida. '"
rte" .able 19 come at the same time on account WJTUS. The Sabbath school numbers _C

2tt) : ,of Mrs.' Coggin being ill and not able to Miss Capron was shopping in Cocoa over sixty little. ones and is in a flourishing j

/. rtravel.. Saturday.The condition.

R*:' Mr. Tom Mitchell,of Key,West, visited orange groves are promising MELBOURNK. PAINTING

ibis! 'brother, Mr. J. F. Mitchell, several splendid crop this winter.

:kr: ; days hut week. .He is: taking his vacation Mr. J. N. Chalker two days Mr. Jackson, of Chicago, has bought
was over some Melbourne lots. Paper. Hanging, Kalgomining, Tarnishing, Staining Finishing,
':and will visit Cincinnati, Chicago and of last week on business. Sign Painting of all Kinds, Etc.
'f'e New York while Mr. John B. Lee caught a fine tarponin
h,. .. Mrs. A.A. Baldwin, of Georgian was Crane creek recently.Mr. Old Furniture made to look like new. Mirrors made and Reailvered. Reasonable Rates
;3i' Mr. and Mrs. Willis Champion, ofT visiting Mesdames Geiger and Osteen.

XUiagstone county, Ky., visited Mrs. R. M.'Hessner, of Canton, Ohio, v. ELDR'ED I.-
Mr. D. A. Ramsey is now working in .
.r. :eOYsmpi i'a aunt, Mrs. Jane Dixon, from has rented the Prang cottage.
'L fFriday till Monday ifre. Champion Bonaventure where .he will be. for some Mr.Earle Adams arrived from Canton, Location: Scrimueour Building, on frashington Aeenne, next door north of Lesley's 1

t 'visited this section thirty years ago and I time.Mr.. E. R. Provost is back again and Ohio, last Sunday to spend the winter Vltuenrtlle, 'F or1da g

ths old settlers will remember her as Miss I here.
I has entirely recovered from his attack oi
Sallie Dixon. While she saw great change s Capt. Alex. J. Goode left here Tuesday

she recognized the old land marks and Iagrippe. with hia fleet of fish boats for Miami, Victor Edison and =
Mrs. D. A. Ramsey and Miss Singletonwere Taltophoce
of old he I (r ,
bad the pleasure meeting many where expects to spend two or three
the in
spending day Rockledge I
oaio&a.ocee. Saturday. months. I(J" Talking Machines, Supplies and

We are pleased to know Dr. Capron ia Delightful weather We can't imagine
,- U have lost boyhood spirits,
yon your Records sold (lie
:,r courage and confidence of youth we offer now much better having been quite sick that there is a cold wave over the north, by

;; you new life, fresh courage and freedom with a cold. while we, on Indian river, are enjoying
.(rom ill health in Hollister's Rocky Mountain fresh fruits, flowers and vegetables.Mrs. INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE
t. Tea. 35 cents Tea or Tablets. Ask Mr. S. A. Osteen and two oldeet children =
visitors M. Raymond, son and daughter,
your drugi6t. Paul and Gladys were to, "'
Cocoa Thursday of last week. I of Chicago, have pleasant quarters at the .... r TITUSVILLE[ FLORIDA _
OITT TOUT I Grand View where will
cottage, they stay
The young bean crops are looking fine.
Mr. W. H.Cresson killed a large rat- until they find a home to suit them.
The weather being so very favorable they
tttanake on Saturday. are advancing rapidly in growth.Mr. Miss Bessie Waters, a charming young
Mr. Henry BAnke left on Friday for Palm Beach arrived last
lady from Saturday
Ga. and Mrs. Biabee, who been ,
his home ia LaGrange,
with her sister
x, to spend some weeks
spending the summer in New York, returned -
Mr. Snell Hendry is vigorously pushing Mrs. Alex. J. Goode and
his extensive truck last Wednesday. Both are lookingwell 1
ffork in garden.Mr.
Hardware Co. 1
Cheater entertained a party of and report fine time. Melbourne is one of the most attractive The Geo. H. Fernald _
E ;y. spots in Florida and at the rate real estate .
Miss left last
{ ifriends at dinner at the Hatter house onSunday. Ula Geiger Thursday for
Jessamine in Pasco has changed hands in the past few '
.- county, where she
Mr. Robert Ranson, of St. Augustine, will teach school this winter. Mid: Geiger months it bids fair to grow into a thriv- MACHINESHOPS 1
ing town. Over thirty town lots hare
= qll the guest of Mr. Gwo. E. Chester was accompanied as far as Cocoa by her ",
John.Torme..taolTetter. lately been sold to purties here and in
Prom Saturday until Wednesday.
Y the north. Then a number of attractive J
Miss Agnes Hatter left on the afternoon -
and Eczema Allayed places have! been' sold, one to }Ii'. Plumbing and Metal Work i
drain on Sunday for Micco, where
-expects to teach daring the winter.A The intense itching characteristic of eczema Gatt ht, of Oregon; one to Mr. Wallace,
letter and like skin diseases is instantly of Indiana, and one to Mr. Stephenson,
very enjoyable dancing party was allayed by applying Chamberlain's of Kissimmee, who have come here to BUILDERS HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS +
.; given by Mr. and Mr?. Nichols on Satur Salve, and many severe cases have been ,

..layeveninlr, for their son, Porter. permanently cured by its use. For sale live

r Mr. Geo. E. Chester shipped 25 boxesrf by all druggists and medicine dealers. Many men give lavishly of gold, Agricultural Implements a

4tSr** grapefruit this week to New York. BANYAN To build bridges and castles and towers of

F .. The fruit. waa smooth, clean and fairly Severe colds are quite prevalent now. If you eld want; everlasting fame a benefactorbe SANFORD FLORIDA
ocwellrolored.Mn. .
Everybody is planting beans. Someare ,
r Dr. Calloway writes that she hast Give the poor and needy Rocky MountainTea. I

; decided to spend the winter at City up and look fine. Ask your drug itt.!
Mr. Charles Stewart made business mfwwwtwwwmwwwNm"NtBLACK"
-v a
; Point, which gives great deal of pleasure
to her many friends. trip to Cocoa Saturday. H. yo PittsSlIcces.'IOr -- J!

Mrs. H. H. Grant and son, of Tropic, '
to R. L. MOTLOW 1
c, INDIANOIJLMr. were calling on friends Monday. 1i
:: Buck and Tuesday t
l'' party spent Miss Gertrude Stewart visited Cocoa B'JNCHISTIRr
.\ : with friends in Melbourne.
Saturday to have dental work done.
:.'. '. Mr. J. R. Mlot went to Titueville on
.: W. J. has his dock i
Mr. Ragan complete w
fi 'Wedne day to attend to badness.
which adds much to the appearanceof
;' Wednesday a large party went, in

"';. Haunch Western, to Titusville making an I his place.

,-.:., ,.Dearly start and returning same evening. Miss Annie Marie Stewart, who has I ",

'.'!:.i. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Buck accompanied been visiting relatives in Hamilton for Loaded Black Powder Shells ::

: 'i'-, -, by Miss Pearl E. Muon arrived from ntonths, has returned home.

"Ormond on Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs.
.:p So. J. Field. 4 r Shoot Strong'and Evenly,

ft /., "The much needed freight house on : No gales as yet this season. IN Are Sure Fire

. "tt' Indianotfcidock, at Cocoa ia about comwhich Mrs. C. L. Taylor is visiting at Wei- J

''''' !i"a ," :,., will assure our. oranges bourne Fla., for. week or two. Will Stand Reloading,

f '.' =. cared for this winder. C.. G.Redstone baa installed acetylene el" :41 ..

e'K 'i in his residence on Houston street. y Get
'. gas They Always The liMee
:f.Thil is the season decay and weakened .Fine Liquors, Wines Beers
- ,I: vitality. Nature II befog shorn of its Mr. McAllister will at once put up a :s TM f

:' !.. .:'".' 1 WMty and bloom. If JOG would retain new launch to replace the one sold last Ales Stout, Etc. r'. For Sale Everywhere
>>t. ?.:::; fortify your system with Hollister'syooBtain f. TITUSVILLE and FLORIDA "
'f :; ''' 1::;. Ts*.. 36 cents, Tea or wway. COCOA .-_ r

f J; 1labIO&t.. Ask. druggist. Miss Edna Bailey, of Tibbala, Fla., is your orders f
:; your .
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