The Florida star

Material Information

The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
November 2, 1906


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


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

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

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


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L. t { tee Ut Jill x We meation below a few of urrleaden:. C Ton is made, '12' yards, for $1.49" ,- Monday u They CoM antGL. v ,- <:.." --. r, -' 4

;| lrMrbrtbeimontli7QrforCHls011 ; SCHLOSS BROS' FINE CLOTHING.. .,' Mrs. E. A. Morrison and two babies, only.Black_ chiffon ''broadcloth the latest Fresh bread, cakes pies'and fancy pastry -" :

r, -**.Iudittiti, ;,suer-. Motg Dome.; PARAGON EDWIN CLAPP PANTS.SHOES., of Savannah, arrived hat night on' a visit novelty, 56 inches wide, worth, $2.00 per received from Sanford F1L'd&U1' ', .' ff.;r '" j"

InA/H. O'Neal aid wfe.ofMiami] CRO&FETTSHOES. ."t" ,* to her aunt, Mrs..E._B. Wager. yard, Monday only, '149. Phone 11. (X Comsa,, ; ,;:1 4, .F'

HAWE8 HATS. A have the largeStline English broadclovb, 56 inches wide, in The Titnsville Social dab will
: 4b1 yeetefday on their waytor Penney Branning giva '
t ,_ -. 'v 3t- -* - all the latest shades including black and -l .i.'
; KNOXHAT8.STETSON of boys' and girls'jihoes Bier shownin $1.25 their regular bimonthly dance in the :.;-;:- .- ];:
--P? HATS.INTERNATIONAL., Monday's'special per ,'" -li
t t -- '' r. C..'::Adbemar :Brady, left Monday if- SHIRTS.E. Titusville. They; guarantee every pair. i navy ... opera house Wednesday evening, Nov. ;.5 '" # ;'t.:,, '

,ttfMon.lor, Stuart where she expects to & W. COLLARS. Perhaps you need a bracer, something Gray worsted, 38 inches wide, beautiful 7th. } _:', 1< -:"-
" 't QUEEN QUALITY SHOES FOR LA- life and ambi for pleated skirts Monday's special, Prof. J. M. Laflin 'T;;, rr
1 s month with her cousin, Mre.W, DIES. that will give yon energy, 89 cents per yard.Brilliantine ; ar.ivedTuesdays( -
Men and boys! It will pay you to visit tion. A suggestion:Try I. W. Harper in all the latest shades ternoon from New York to spend the :/ .. -

iMiai, 4%/Brown4 of' Boston, who our store, for we can please voo. whiskey., Sold by H,.'!. Pitta and F. A. 56 inches wide, Moqday only, 69 cents coming winter and spring months in' :';' r
PENNEY& BRANNING, Lesley. per yard. Titusville as usual.Ninetypound ;: x
wffl have of the affairs of the Can-
4 charjee_ Fine Clothing Hats' Men's and Beautiful.woolen plaids, in all the latest -
slurs! -dob-thiscoming: season, is 'ex- Boys' Furnishings Titusville, Fla. Having disposed of hit turpentine interests designs," ery etjlish for shirt waists rails have been placed
mac. ""pBeted to arrive here next week. at Osteen. Mr.'D. G. Monroe has and children's dresses, Monday's special, along ,sIde')he track in this section pre-

decided' make his residence in Titns $1.19 per yard.Ginghams paratory to their taking the place of the
4 f Gardner '
Mrs Chas.
.." tMr.andJ ; A. re-. Circuit Court Cases Disposed Of in dark patterns, some entirely -
toned home the train ville and will probably arrive here some 12 present lighter weight rails. : ,
Sunday yard.
'. t : on delayed new designs, } cents per
The of
.r r' ;Burning*from 'Cation,'Ala., where"they following disposition on time the coming week :when be will Children's long'coats, handsomely tail- All are invited to attend services at the .i
the criminal! docket was made before. the take active charge of the fish business of ored with velvet trimming on collars and
A : incest months thii Methodist church at Titusville and Cocoa
J% ;.; pent !summer.
honorable judge of our circuit court, M. cuffs, to fit all ages, special $3.00 each.
$ the Southern Fish Co. of which he is
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next Sunday NOT. 4th follows Titus-
v"I0 Ar Qnarterman Jr. giro.aa White flannel 36 inches wide as :
i!: .;. placed S. Jones, last week guaranteed -
1 :, in'temporary charge of the Biscayne Bay. member. all wool, worth 75 cents, Monday ville at 11 a. m.; Cocoa at 7 p. m. Sun }
"'" '."" of' ..Lemon City has :William Croxton' and Cornelia Sampson Hallowe'en was celebrated before day only 50 cents per yard. day school at both churches at 10 a. m.; '
: ", refuge, pleaded guilty to living in Also another grade, 27 inches wide, 25
the the
f;: just received appointment as keeper yesterday by boys playing cents per yard. Same in red. Mr. J. Lorillard, Jr. and family moved
adultery ,They were fined'100 and costsor
r <' 'ajt, that point and has ,qualified for the pranks customary on Hallowe'en night Ladies' coats, in beautiful princess Tuesday into the Nelson cottage formerly
fJ'....s- position.The one year in the county jail. CorneliaSampson's such. the'marking up of show windows style prices ranging from $ .OO to $21.00. occupied by F. A. Morgan, in Sooth Tit- ,

sentence was suspended dur and changing movable things in town All colors. > nubile where they are nicely boated {
ft.: tender or.the north bound train Ladies' in handsome very
lug good behavior. D. L. Gaulden defended cravanettes, very
The of abow windows i
about etc. cleaning -
1.. 78 >go*off the track Saturday near Auran-- Croxton.' styles, prices ranging from$5 98 to$13.00. being an np-to-daw building and ;.. clerks some hard work Ladies' knitted corset with very roomy. *
and all trails covers
tia delayed the break
L : passenger John Gnffin pleaded guilty to
for an hour or two, but "the ghosts"were sleeves, special 99 cents each.
; that day.,, Train-99 'spent the night at The Oaks boarding house was closed
and misdemeanor.
1i\ tog entering to. commit a really modest in their this Children's underwear, to fit all ages,
fL::. Oak Hill, reaching Titusville early Sun Sentenced ,to two years in.the state' capers from the smallest the I largest, cotton or last week and Mrs. Kralder, who has ,

)., day morning.At penitentiary.G. year. wool or halt wool, prices ranging from 25 been in charge of the same, opened' the _

{ 1 the" special! meeting of the'board of J. Johnson, Henry Smith and A. Woodmen's EntertainmentThe .to Flannelette 75 cents. in the latest coin dots, very River View, formerly known as the

commissioners held hut week the 8. Smith with entertainment and given by Decker House, which is receiving a liberal
;r county were charged illegal fish supper handsome for shirt waists or kimonas,
I ballots for the coming election were placed ing. This case was'dismissed without pre the Woodmen of Titnsville Wednesday i 32 inches wide, worth 20 cents, special: patronage. iRev.

.' ,in the ,b&110bases, sealed up and judice. night in the Masonic hall was a great success 121 cents per yard.Ladies' J. B. Hawk will preach at City

.-ir eli"ndbe sheriff. The name of A. Geo. Wi Hopkins vs. W. H. Savage, and far exceeded the anticipations of skirts with ready two made rows torchon flannelette insertion under-, Point Sunday,-Nov. 4th, 'at 10:30 a. m. is

k f: 'D,- Penney.was restored on the registration Sampson Savage, Ed Stephenson and the members of.that order. The gross all colors, worth $1.50, special 98 cents. He will also preach at Eau Gallic at 730p.

b f books by request. "" Louis Parker suit in trespass, was con- receipts amounted to something over $62. Special prices in blankets and quilts. m. Epwortb League at Eau Gallie at

: Gen. W. H, Storing, of Jackwnvllle, tinned at request of defendants, and set Rev. Wm. Stones responded to the request 25 Dr. Lyon'a tooth powder 19, usual price 6:45 p. m. Subject of the evening: Church
cents cents.
Monday's special
for_ the first term of circuit made by Commander H. Wilson Extension. AJi are,welcome.Mr. .
r ,representing Sgobel I & Day, of New York, i dayof. neat P&stearine, an excellent tooth paste,
Ct :l'. auction'specialists for the sale of tropical' court. and gave the invocation. usually sells for 25 cents,, Monday only, R. R. Pyles has given up his position -, ;'

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,ii. in town meeting many of our largest ,T. Wingate pleaded not guilty to the Rev. W. F. Allen on "The History of of"Keep the finest Clean"brushes hair brushes made,, this worth is one 75 a position with Walker Grocery Co. Mr.

ii', growers. See ad. on 5th page this week. charge' of cattle stealing.The jury broughtin Woodcraft," and the fraternalism of the cents, Monday's special, 50 cents each. Homer Conkling gave up his position

it Next week will give a writeup of"the a verdict of guilty as to Maddox and order; one also by School SuperintendentJ. Packer's tar soap, one of the best soaps with Walker Grocery first of this month z

c: auction plan of selling, as we believe it is Hague, who were sentenced to one year R. Walker, on "The Benefits of Wood made, usual price 25 cents, Monday only, to take a position with Mr. Brown, at 1i ''
,, in the state penitentiary and craft" The much expected address of 19 cents. Melbourne.
not generally understood by the grower not guilty Mennen's talcum powder, usual price :::
t, in this section. w to Wingate who was discharged. Geo. welcome, by Judge A. D. Penney, former 25 cents, Monday only 17 cents.

fj... Contractor P. J, Halt U work this M. Robbins defended Wingate, and D. commander of the camp bad to be givenup CoI ate'8 talcum powder violet or the Yacht Club Benefit tiThe

' : week repairing the cottage adjoining'Mr. L. Gaulded defended Maddox and Hague. as that gentleman sent word that he cashmere bouquet, 17 cents, Monday oyster supper at the opera house a

: ', s Geo. M. Bobbins' residence which will Chas. Carnish was charged with beinga could not be present. only.Lyon brand chatelaine floss, in all colors last Friday evening, for the benefit of r'

t, w be:occupied by Mr., .Berge and family, lewd and lascivious person. He pleaded The addresses were interesting and to ; 10 cents per skein, guaranteed full the Indian River Yacht club, realized

.; from Adeiphia,' N. J., 'who are expected guilty and was sentenced to six months the point, setting forth succinctly the ounce. something over $30 in all, from which '

'to arrive about live mkMle'oi this,month. in the county jail. benefits derived from this order in many I'I the Mail above orders good promptly filled on any of about $10 expense was incurred. The net r

.5 Paul Jones'and Mary George pleaded ways socially and also as a life insurance proceeds go toward providing furniture
the being
They to occupy: cottage now, J run KLI.NK,
; > moved- "from Sand< point but as the guilty to living in open adultery. They plan par excellence. Titusville, Fla. for the rooms in the club bout, and the t

.r; moving'was delayed they will make were each fined $100 and costs or one Miss Katie Stewart sang two very pret- Telephone No. 8. amount has since been nearly doubled by

* their home this" winter as above stated. year in the county jail. ty soprano solos and Miss Fannie Budge subscriptions of members of the Yacht .

'-Jl'-= The case against Ii'e F lknerwho was three catchy songs, and Miss Sadie Duren M1M9 club.

'. Rescue Buoy charged with receiving stolen goods, was and Miss Leona Carruthers recited, all Leslie Bennett is up from Cocoa looking Several songs were rendered by Mrs. F
nolle with credit to themselves and Mr. after bis orange grove here. J. Lorillard Jr. and Mrs. R. Sten-
f;'' A U. 8. patent has been granted to Mrs.Jerusha pressed. great ; by ;
; C, Qnarterman, of this place, the Grand Jury:-J. B. Bower, J. A. Hoke, Homer Conkling read one of Mark Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Stone, of Titus- wall and little daughter, the latter in

4 r,3'. ,wife of Copt, *0. A. Quarterman, of Chester G. W. Sharpe, M. -Metzger, C. D. Twain's humorous selections. All of the ville, called on the families of Messrs.P. both duet and eolo. Mrs. Stenwall) has a

:r. Shoals house of refuge." This buoy is Flood, Max Branning, G. W. Washburn, above were thoroughly enjoyed by the L. Kyzer, L. J. Fickling and Mrs. B. rich and powerful contralto voice, well

;' peciall/adapted for use in'marine life L. W. Haile, J. D. Sams, A. Z. Dixon, large crowd present. J. Mima Tuesday. trained, and it was regretted that she

Baring Venice, and is,so constructed that A. B. Carter, W. H. Sharpe, E. W. La The musical part of the program was Preston Williams, of New Smyrna, was only sung in foreign tongue.

'r:': a maximum of hand-holes' 'are provided! Roche, C. C. Houston, R. B. La Roche, quite a treat and consisted of several via here Sunday. Wonder what brings Press Music was also rendered by the Titua-
J. T. Hodges, C. M. Beaujean, R. T. lin selections by )lr. W. T. Winterbager ville orcheetra during the evening.
t, permitting a person grasping the buoy over here so often? It looks like he means The affair, which was a most pleasant r ,

\;_, at any point of its area to,quickly and Smith. __ in addition to the songs above mentioned business.H. one, was given under the auspices of the

It instinctively secure a firm'grip thereon. SPECIAL PRICES the whole evening's entertain- J. Magruder, of Oak Hill, was here Ladies' Progressive! Culture club.
.: ment being interspersed with music nice-
Sunday looking over his
r orange grove.
, \ Card of Thanks In Kline' Gents' ly rendered by the orchE.'Stra-lr. Win- Orange Wraps
Furnishing and
Messrs. J. C. Deal and J. C. Coward
t, L- At a-special meeting of the board of ClothingDepartment* terhager, violinist; Mr. Denham, cornet- Carload of thoee elegant silk tissue
t. directors of the Indian River Yacht club, ist; and Mrs. Denham, organist. went to Turnbull Sunday and spent the wraps just received. Send to us if you
,-: held last night,'it was unanimously voted Princely shirts for men, entirely new Notwithstanding the abundant supplyof day with )lr. Jim Montgomery. They want the very bent! paper. ,
l 'to extend hearty thanks'to the ladies of designs, in hlue, Drown and gray,; chanv reported a big time, but said it was a bad E.V!>T COAST LUMBER& SUPPLY Co.,
the Progressive Culture ,club for their bray,and plaids and stripes, worth $1.00, oysters ice cream, cake, etc., provided, chickens.The Eau Gallie! Fla.
kindly-management of the oyster en special 50 cents. everything was disposed of. The hand day on

.t given for the purpose of providing funds Boys' clothing, the latest styles, in some large., cake sold by chances, was school children are looking for Indian River Hotel, Recent Arrival
f.f. to furnish toe club bouee and to the Norfolk three button sacks, with bloomer '
ward with much to
pleasure Saturday I
Master Fred Smith and the
townspeople for: their support of same. trousers, latest cuts sizes ;5 to 16, prices won by nut E B Taylor, Eau Gallie: Alex St Clair
J' P,G. WALTON, St.'C'y.. .ranging from $2.98 to 700. cake was auctioned off to Mr. H. C. Conk when Miss Wells has promised them a Abrams, Jacksonville; Kiumor H Lee,
'fI.".: J nIl's KLINE, ling, who returned ii and on the second day's outing at Indian river. Jacksonville; F C Cochrane, Palatka; M
*'* f Titnsville Cunningham, Florida P A Green Atlao-
Florida. ; ,
; round Mr. bid it in
FURNITURE Conkiicg again.
No. 8. ta W T Gibson Jacksonville H J Math
Telephone volt SALE CHEAP ITOK CASH. ; ; -
.: DRY/GOODS, The net proceeds of this entertainment
Miami V H St
Rigely, Petersburg
; -NOTIONS *, \bout8S acres of good high land on ers ; ;
EDISON and; Dental NoticeJ. will be applied to the fund for the purchase the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat ., Judge M S Jones. TiinHville; W. H. Se- yfi
of uniforms for the Woodmen.For the Narrows, described as follows: Lot bring, Jacksonville; W. H. Foster, Jacksonville -
DRY BATTERIES, W. Newman D. D. S. of the firm I'I
; Judge G A Worlev, Miami; Ko- ,
and No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section
of Macy & Newman of West Palm
36 in 31 south 39 east. mand B Gautier, Miami:: E A Brush, X
township ,
Sale range
HOUSEFIJWUSHING. GOODS. Beach, will be in Titusville for a few land is but lo : Y; E W LaRoche, R B UKoch, Courte-
This finely
Chas. Gardner,." 'Phone 31. days fully prepared to attend to any den My place here known as Ceres, 25 acres; cated. For further unimproved particulars addressE. I nay; C J O'Farrell, Chicago; D L Adamson 1 '' '
tal work. He has his office in the brick fronts on river half mile from the inlet M. Low :! Fort Pierce; U J Fletcher Buffalo; 'f
THE iinLur AwE3 HOTEL building opposite the court house, wherehe and opposite the railroad station;adjoins Brockton, Mass., IR I) G ret her. Jacksonville; W H Seipt
Provides hot and cold baths and inside will be pleased tov see all who want government reserve on which is the I' and wife Nashville; H J Magruder, Oak t ,
F r? toilets on two floors airy bed rooms overlooking first class work: done weather bureau, lighthouse and naval MKSEKY STOCK tOOK SALE. : Hill; W Mayer, Cincinnati; G I S Watt, '1
the river, sample: rooms, oozy wireless stations room dwelling and I Citrus stock grown on high pine land. Jacksonville; L G I lug lies, Bay City
f, consultation rooms, large cool dmmifl Wail Paper packinghouse, both old; some grapefruit, Indian River Nurseries, established 1886. :Mich; John A Perdue, Ernest Z Warner & v
rooms 'free library with'the Y. W. Eldred, painter and oranges and guavas; 5 acres of pineapplesin Send for catalogue, Toledo and Vest Atlanta; Mrs H i; Merwin, Milford, 6 j
and weekly papers on file i free telephone ,'has. over a thousand samples paper of hanger wall- fine condition, fertilized and good for Palm Beach: Fla. Conn; Chad S Emerson and wife, Tampa;
for gneets free use of typewriting mach- from 1,000 crates next season. Splendid hunting ,IT R Jackson. Cleveland; L B Taylor, Eau 't
ine. Electric lights throughout the entire and paper aim, costing baa a substitute 3 cants for per cheesecloth roll up, fishing and salt water bathing. !Price. Draying Gallie; J F Gaylord, Oak Hill; I R Felch, .

-1' building inside and out Open day in that; is less expensive and far ,$3,000.> Draying or hauling of all kind promptly N Y; G E Dotton, Fort Pierce; 0 B Floyd
and night, attentive', erl'M&eodaU better.paper Sampleeof then materials nbmhtedaiyourraeldeMiorptoeof HAL' P. HARDIX, attended to. Meets all trains. Stove Orlando; H L Robidere, Jacksonville: -d
trail, only five miDI_ walk .from the boa-- ,Jupiter, Fla. wood for sale at all times.H. i Geiger, Savannah; 1 M Cox, So Ex Co; A\\
j station.Oa dook ,* E. HOLTO.V R W Carll) N Y Col E C F Sanchez
-, ,. ,.... eetimat given for the work if > I ; ,
: J 1. Titusville, Fla. Gainesville; C Christiancy, Jacksonville;
,P *yYO 1a1e x .R Send your guns for repairs to Henry I B Robinson, Baltimore; E E Gnmea, A ,
bay pony! mare,, geatle,... orka.iadoable ,Call at TtopvUto Livery,' at rear ofBobbins'fov Benecke. All work thoroughly done For Sale P Watkins, Frank Gautier, Jacksonville; < ,
,or tingle ba oes sop> nnder iad- ofleV tor ,'stylish 'rigs. Guns loose in the breech tightened equalto Connecticut built catboat, two suits of i W M McDonald, St Augustine; A H
die, age seven yean and sounds A Leave yoofordert for hanfing, both doable new, also guns stocked: and shotguns sails anchor and ten ballast bags. Abargain. O'Neal and wife, Miami; P W Sessions, -
k ; FBow: uer Ji. and aingle7J;M.Oaban, proprietor. rebored etc. H. Benecke, Titnsville, ,Fla. Apply at TIm j.Tampa. "* j
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a midst of a' hurricane-that threatened is controlled by Endorsed by leading physician as the RET Temed1 fo t. ,

'4 .at any moment to send the ship to the to the 60 YEARS Children's Croup and Whooping Gaugh be. 1
nerves leading TheactioaofhoundSyrapisinadandbemgnitisadaptedtonfent8j3W BaJIard'a Hot' ;
it contains NO OPIATES.
-t ,bottom; passengers onr the Italian EXPERIENCE, -,
'stomach. When they are
steamer,,Massilia had a frightful experience '
'p daring a recent ,voyage. More weak, ,the stomach is deprived as adults of every variety of temperament and constittjtUffl.

{, than thirty, passengers were 'injured, of its energy. It [Read This RemarKable. Testimonial. R

some of them so seriously that they has no power to do its MRS. B. W. EVANS Cltarwater. Kaa. writs*-*&? husba 4' .- t

were still suffering when the vessel ar work. If you want permanent TRADC MARKS WAS sick for three months and the doctors told mt M had quick GQQ- f
< rived at New York. DESIGNSCoPYRIGHTS sumption. We procured a bottle of Ball&itTs HorKjonod*jrtJft*:;*
a' Captain,Mnrli of the 1ra'report.. I relief, you must Ac. it cured him. Hals now a wen man but.e ahra j.keep

:er iyx g r? ed that a terrific gale aweetttbe decks i restore this energy. Dr. quickly Anyone certain tendlnf mr s sketch opinion and free description whether JII&1&II i to the house and think has no equal for palm m&rJ gill.: ;

of, the liner, and everything that had Miles' Nervine restores' UOM inTentkio tuictly ta probably patentabla. Communist.dooaadennBaadboot on Patents'. Easy to Take;Sure to Cure Every lettle Gtaramteei.THRXX .. ,

-het .. not been fastened down was' :gashed enC free through saUl 23c SOc, $LOG.
nervous energy-and gives i taken Mima Co.teoelTt
; over the aide., Of the 523 passengers tptdaiutict,without charge lathe BALLARD'S SNOW UK1MEKT CO... > ST. Lam, N.

.; tom more than 200, were women. All the the .organs power to perform Scientific flmcrkan

t st passengers were, sent below as nothing their :functions.'For ..
handsomely Illustrated weekly.culitioD Tafgeeteit SOLD AND RECOMMENDED IY
w was safe on the decks.When > of any i cientue loarnal. Term$3 a
many years I was an acttte rear; four months,|L Sold bj.U newidealen.
't the storm was at its height six, sufferer from nervous indigestion;' at RED CROSS PflARMAGY TITUS7ILLE and EAU GALLIE pHARMACY BAD QAIU&
jfi' large Italian bulls broke their fasten times I was so despondent life seemed MUNN & CO.38IBn1dwa. ,.law York .
almost a burden. I tried all kinds of CIa 01Ice. &a. 8&.Wuhblctoo.
ings. There are alleyways fanning under remedies and various physicians with .
,;., i the hurricane deck connecting the little-or no relief, until one night last '
I saw Dr. Miles' Nervine ana
fore and after decks. Through these Heart Cure advertised. resolved to EAST COAST MEAT MARKET "
the bulls ran and dashed over the make one more trial which I
the of bottle of Nervine
purchase one
whole deck. v and one of Heart Cure. In a few days @. P. DUREE.Agent, t -kI
:x Yr The crew had started to round up the I began to feel better, which encouraged -
me so much that I continued the
bulls when the electric light wires medicine until I had taken more thana
dozen bott1(S.r'l am very much Improved _- Florida and I
compartments in every ; in body, mind
and spirits since.war make a special ,
like an explosion. point to recommend the. medicine ana WesternHeats
I feel a sincere pleasure In knowing '
:gc ._' The noise coupled, with the howlln.' that several persons have been bene-,
of the hurricane, the pounding of the filed through my recommendations.
'A. & MELTON. AshvUle N. C.
; ''. seas and the of the bulls
tramp :
Dr. Miles' Nerving Is sold by yourdruggist
1 *... '.. on the decks terrified the passengers. who will guarantee that the
: first bottle will benefit. If It fail, ho
,.;i r: who now thought they were going tot will refund your money. ,of all Kinds

f > ru be burned at sea. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart;;Iud
They smashed batches, brushed; away

?- t' the sailors gathered at the openings to TITUSYILLE. FLORIDAThe n
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drive them back and came pouring up

on deck, carrying crucifixes and other How She Got Oat 'of It. .

emblems of worship. They demanded "Didn't 1 hear that young Spooner
Mast l-'cfrablt Sit of!' <*/a*4 Boa! t II
money of the. officers that they might kissing yon on the porch last night" Building Book ever Publifktd.RUDDER

make offerings to the Madonna for the asked her mother. _

1 ;' quieting of the waves.. So great was Certainly not," she replied. '

their fright they fought among them Are you sure?" HOW-TO BOOKS .

selves like madmen striking and tear- "Positive." Then as she saw thatthe I j77 I P 1 I s U
Over 3oco boats have been built from the lines I
> ing at one another. ordeal was over, shy added to her printed in these books-Suaessfiifly sailed in L
The crew had managed to get the self with a sigh of relief, "It was on every dime and upon every sea-FuU detail
bulls into a far corner of the ship and the lips.-Chicago Post how drawing to make of al!it-TeAt parts showingvhit extremely simple it is and

in a few moments more would havekr' .
bad them tied fast when all of a sudden AVUdom."You .
IB foot*eo a woman with a'llaring red head- say you have confidence in the pool Mcmtf;Wac for a U-J to flareUebstiiesis..

fea.o wisdom of that statesman HOW TO BUILD A SKI PJACK -r rR
fine boat fir t'terooaa tnoriice about h
A **Joj or
O "Yes." ,honk+"'r .!:L<.bwasw.cea.tmtrhen.erbnittdaporesig
L ; !101I..J pk-tn-c*of completed Dana I
"It's my opinion that he holds dangerous
I( % views but refrains from expressing Hat nccmful nnn: Bidrkme ever iftifaet; a pnaicocr IIAND
DGi : itG them." .in AJKMH A>. ac = :o win .Co.
"It is in not them that be
t: r expressing HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCHSunpie
shows his wisdom."-Washington Star.A r-rJ prat.<..t.iow.iwj kow tococ rBrt alaaad
A fine aU." .i mbiiw boat eabia aue"ua!
food ;
; Dr. l'hater-Take this prescription: taller; .......w..till.u......"'""

It will either kill or cure you. HOW TO BUILD ASHOAL. >DRAUGHT SLOOP
A d-wr: true saw boat,.;U moderate ernaaac*ax"
Patient-But suppose it kills me? mail .d pUo.

4 Doctor Phaker-Nothing ventured, HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE For sale by the : -

: "it'Y nothing gained. My motto is, "Xo cure. to befj Ea J1 to Jdcl.t'f"T1lt1Iljf ktw.tewycko.piyeUariaiacpaatrgHOW an night:jo
no pay," so I'm taking a chance as well TO BUILD A MODEL YACHTA
as you.-New Orleans TimesDemocrat.In nnplete devnrtoa of 1:0.Co)bur a codel;uo lia INDIAN RIVER
J ak3 mtfA ia amil u moJra.PRICE .

Time of Peace

In the first months of the Russia-Japan Put !IO 8T EXPRESS ANYWHCftC EACH MUSIC HOUSE

\(afI' had a striking example} of the Bound h (! t\-Coj! lettflir.?-Size of pa ,.
10 necessity for preparation and the early 9 by tl tables-Lar.e,clcariy-tirawa pUna. L

Advantage of those who, so to speak THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. TITUSVILLE FLA.
"havr' shingifd, their roof in dry weath. ,
it MURIUT CTHCCT Niw You*. U. S. A
..r. The virtue of preparation has made
history and given to ns our'greatest men. Girdoafa!fr Catakfe of Bockt for
the individual as well as the nation l YtelUiMZx'S 5rar}. cab '

Q .should be prepared for any emergency, '-
An* voa' prepared to sunvsstully romhat
the first nil.'on! Ukt? A cold can bet

ilrrt much more quickly when trvatw
'ttl $*kin a< it has been contracted and be- t
tale it has l-ctm e I't"'tllt'ih the system. Ilfi? RRY5feprorat

e J Ci>auil>erlair* (Vugi!: Remedy i is famous -- -.-.- .
for its cure* tiC roM;" and it should be kept -- -

at hand ready for in n.e For sale
by all drui'gitts i suit medicine dealers. SEEDS THE BRIDGEPORT

the nnrfTft of the duett. We
digs became conspicuous. .\ttrictedby A WUr Mae.Dsshaway1 have bwcora the lArge?mJ boiae in the
want you to meet Miss: .orU tKrcmcae our ee\Ja are list!.?than "THE MOTOR THAT MOTES"There 1
the bright color, the bulls charged octwrv Do you wish to crow the raostt
the crowd. Hopper. Stunning girL Just back >utlfta from and tb* flaest' -
:,,1 from Labia! J'iq, be5 -I'Kr1"IW. -
- Those directly: in the path of the animals Europe. Seed Aul free to aI
sank upon their knees and uttered Ceverton-Her 61'8t'lslt? &;>plo.a.l:3. is no reason why you cannot have a satiiiaCory

prayers for safety as the bulK bel- Dlsha.w8.r-Yt 0. M. FERRY A CO., motor outfit. Let us demonstrate The Bridgeport to $
Clvertoa Well old man. if it's all Detroit, MlcI.KILLma you
lowing as kindly: as the hurricane, and will convince that there is
swept over them. Back and forth the same to you. Til wait until she'sgot we you at least one reliable

through the battered and bruised. mass through telling about it.-New gasoline motor built. The more severe your work the .

f of human being the mad beasts ran. York Life. more anxious we are to have you own a Bridgeport, the t .

I trampling under foot men women aad Be Chari 1 1e COUCH simplest, most reliable and durable motor on the market.
of Insensible forms
a children, till scores
were lying about in heaps, presentinga to your horses as well as to yourself. You AND CURE THE LUNCS

grewsome spectacle.An need not suffer from pains of any sort Xo Valves Xo Cams No Grata
our horses need not !!Oii r. Try a bottleof WITH Dr
hit the deck
unusually fcirg wave King'sNew
Ballard'8 Snow Liniment It cures all
,; : where the nlm.ll'r"e'. Tht y '-aus ht pains. J. M. Robert, Bakersfield, Ma, Easy to Operate

the full force of the impact Two were writes "I have used liniment Soten
: your Working Parts I
Cashed across the port rail where their years and find it to be the best I have Discovery QuickltffSSJble

legs were broken, and they fell to the ever used for man or beast. Sold by Red L
deck adding their cries of pain to tb* Cras Pharmacy. FOR MSUWTIO OUCHSud Price TaE: MOTOR '
Soc a&$1.00S
other noises The other four were
'II< Fret Trill. For Those Who Must Be Satisfied
hurled forward and sent crashing ..A.0UMyfTfcksamenmpt=.&.

N . against the forecastle >peak. Tney lay Math SanG and ftnkkerf Cure for *UIHBOAI
sfqnned, and before they could' get up ,ate* f/f Mi-MMMVBV and LOG TBOUB- F. N. HITCHCOCK & CO., Asents

v the members, of the crew that had not : tffflG Cu LZE or Yom BLr TitosTilie, Florida

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< 1. 1(.; of} P.. oitrlet .Meeting* .. ., -* v "*rf C '
'"' E,1ftOffIMT/'1 ; < Seventh From tiIie mmenmal the, Seven of the greatest',MaKuinee in the coantrj have combined t6 be offered.

fi .,,j ::o. t.Hr ii-..Yi ,'t''A-" convention.. of, the- District IL doctorprescribedI' cod Jrwr? together at a greatly'reduced rate as will be seen by this hats' *"' ? '

. <<';}f 4" ; ., ,. :.Kn ights.,of Pythlai' Grand. Domain ; ---j' '<,
".""- fi}".";;;" "'::;,,,<,_' ", ,., ..r.'I-"Uf BILRS ;of Florida- will be held at Day oil for ,consumption Of, The Commoner, one year, -- |
if:' g. ,,. '''.',, : ( : the'.Uth' November course the 'could not xWomaaYHome .
patieiit ; ,
. ,,,'j;' '' tonal Fia.. day. ,of Cosmopolitan one ; ,,, 1 l1'7: '''''.' ''.'<.d't''' .f.':: year, .i
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.t "l 1506. take it in'is.oId form :
ti5C fU ."i, Companion one t
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+ .\<,; .f- .,...." Iii, The members of Fountain :City it little good. They
" ;iiii'l ,.';-..:'i', ";X. ..{>F''ZiY ,. !4. ..... ,. : fiery" '. The Review of Reviews, one year,,!, I 3.o. :
.S," ... ,\,.;;," ; ''- .T."m': .'la1i 1t' ..."i Lodge, No. 56, K. of P., are activelyetgeged : .
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-; \.."'." :' >_. .' '" -- .:.\ "U forth Pearson stone year, _. ; : .
Ctit ... In making preparations
.1'. e"' X1'-ij'' : : lit. ....;'..- .. r.bwcotrespondeut, ,. of American Vf" ,. J
'',. .";" '-' >4; ... H :'... : : ,- '-" ;- {entertainment of visiting '..mem The Magazine, one year, ..', ". I.00
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; .."'" Stile. TUnei-Unionaays. .. .... ::... SCOTT S.EMULjcU Tom Watso .
'4r" :t. "t ''> bers. They have been .fortunate ; Magazine, one year, 1.50
to fiftfo' ,
'! .i.'k 7 "' ::1't; r-'Peterabw". :proud "
# 'h" > : the Rev. William The Sun ...
fit" <: ; 'v. yo' : enough to secure one ;; 200
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of enteri ,
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',';:;(, ., .,'"-, -.-":-''' ''' .- .. p.wfi lecture on .Pythianlsm,,in the 'opera- '

..'; *;_4, :: ':J',.,f.LsdtatejIc the,-'modern"part'-.. 'maws- Ja. :
;; .:""' 'tomobUe. ". ,oil .
A'"\v':. r rt r g>: alone, is sufficient to insure the .success time. There is no not COMMONER one year._____________._i_____.----_________.___..,-,?.,, 11.00" ; -?

f. k : ."", ", .;W: L}Clear'elind.Inventor of *of. the -meeting.. .. excepting butter, so easily! THE SUN, one 'year-.-.-------------- :.-------------_____..-.._,--_________ 2.00 .
: ;/,:'.':3: '; <;0f a a.meebnllm/which gives Ppwer to anlY The session 'will,commence and absorbed by the BOTH FOR ONLY $2.23 ';

i i:. -l-T.leer wheeU of the_automobile Instead regular ,digested. COSMOPOLITAN year..-----..-_-____________________._..__-__________ $1.00 :' ',.
.k at:7:30 p. 'm., and the rank of page system as cod liver oil in the THE SUN'one year. .... 2.00
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;11 .i--. ','.: :loft merely the' rear,one*; bad never will be conferred on. a class of candidates form of Scott's Emulsion : BOTH FOR ONLY $2.23 E t
t -;;:\.; ::, ,'rtd4eD."In'n'a t.o'at the'time be Invented > from the various '

t:.:,{ .if: ;;! ..''the :device. SpeakS recruited and that is the ,reason it is so PEARSON'S, one year'.___...__________.._.._.___._._____.___________. $1.00 x
":w *? ".,:' EO: '. Wonderful' { lodges.D'. the district aft r ,which such THE SUN, one Yelr->._--________________..._.._.__...___..____-_______ 2.00
, ;, :, ,:"'-: ''',:?wfto -a;,reporter regsrdiag'.It, Mr.Cleveland ; questions will be discussed as may be helpful in consumption where BOTH FOR ONLY $2.25 ,

1.',:< ";'-;: ;" .sales. ... of interest to the lodges represented its use must be continuous.. THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE one year___________________--___.._______ $1.00 :
-'-" .. corner In the THE SUN, one year_..._______u.uuuu...__.__________________. \ 2 00. j '
'J' ; ::' .-. ... 't1.was standlnf on a and the order:In general.Mr.
L, : -outskitta':;of :Jacksonville beside, an Henry Horsier; grand chancellor TOM WATSON'S MAGAZINE, one year ______-____. .. $1.50 : =
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i:',' .wpaved .itreet, 'talking' to"''a friend; of 'Florida, and. > other. .leading L sample .- THE SUN- one year__._.__.________:________.____._____._.__....._._..__ 2.00'---. : '

t::' when a machine came along.. It.had Pythians will be present, < not.that this BOTH FOR ONLY $2.50 ,

)f: .;. ,not gone lar/paat ni when ,It stopped. Visiting members are assured of a picture in dw form oft We wish to remind you of oar determination to make THE SUN brighter, : '

My friend and.I walked over to .it. as cordial ,welcome: and. doubtless' the bbelu on the wrapper better and.more powerful in ita influence for all that ia right, and live np to our
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V nay motto, which is known everywhere-"IF IT'S RIGHT,,WE ARE FOR IT/ _
<.,.,.,, .it. .'stood, there' chugging away' 'The meeting-will relult in the expansion Fmuhion i you Uiy. .
I \>"- hack' ; '.wheels .were, revolving, and I and advancement of Pythianlsm We know that ITS RIGHT for THE SUS'to have the largest circulation in s J.the
Scott BOwne State and RIGHT for all these subscribers have '\ .
\ : ; IT'S to our best talent, and
front ,
ones did not. the districtDistrict
{;. asked why the throughout
: mMh they will get it each .week.
.: ::": 'explained that, there. was: no power No.. 7 embraces the COUllI a i

tt ). attached there, as such a thing would ties of Putnam Volusia and st. Johns, I. 409 Pearl Street R .,; ITS RIGHT to have new and interesting features and so we intend to continue .
: them in the future aa we have in the past.
k Interfere with the *teer1q apparatus and is composed of the following New York'iocaaisalreuhte .

i.s .:. and impossible. ...That.9mpoaaibte'j lodges: .. We are keen to discern conditions which will need to be made public and be
.."::" was" '. presented to SUN readers. Our subscribers will find THE SUN first in the presentation .
'=i w+ < in'.the wrong place. I saw St Johns. No. 8, Palatka. of such. As we gain the AUTHENTIC and RELIABLE INFORMATION ;

',; ': \ : if those front. ;wheels 'had.. some 'lifting Mlzpah; No. 23,' St Augustine. we will write up these conditions correctly and in an unbiased manner aa soon aa we

:t- ;:.',..-.'. power, the sand could' be gotten Crescent No. 33, Crescent City. but it was.kept up by the heroic workof are convinced that IT'S RIGHT to do so.Aa <. ,

':;i/ '::::,' out rJ'l of;with', ease, .--and I. began)> to. ei- ,Harmony, No. 44, St Augustine.. the crew. The steam pump is still soon aa you become a new subscriber or when you renew your subscription

Lj.f'.tJ ; atiat4e't.. Wheri' I had completed my Fountain City; No. 56, Daytona. at work taking the water' from the you are in touch with NEWS which other papers fail to give. Insist on having THE i
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; New Smyrna.' hold there about foot SUN, and know wha"8ICOing on. .
; c t: >' qaminaUon' ;'I bad the problem solved. Volusia, No. 60. ship's being a

J.:at.once',w ent to my room and made Further information will be gladly left The vessel was off Savannah THE SUN will continue it's CARTOON FEATURE and will pictorially preesent

I1f1 2 : l.' rough sketch of the plan that had furnished by R. H. Cooper, district when the steamer towing her ,broke news in cuts made from photographs. ,

: ?.,' .: a solution of theY deputy grand chancellor, district No. loose, and from there to St. Johns with The Commoner and THE SUN .... :.
:: .., come to my*mind as a Keep up Bryan by getting both for $2.23; .. a

.. difficulty, sib on, my arrival home 7, K. of P., of Florida. bar she proceeded under her own sail per

.. The men are glad to get safely into year.Tom
or : '" from, Jacksonville constructed a model Biliotu Attack Quickly Cured Watson writes better than any man now alive. His Magazine and THE ,
< port again, and consider they had a <
;Ji SUN for$2.50.
,':' to sketches. Subjecting had bilioosaltadthat
h : according my A few weeks ago I a
In the
'j,f:(\C>M :. this' to the severest tests only confirmed WM !O' severe I was notable' to go narrow escape from a grave Hearst has bought The Cosmopolian and has made it bristle with good things. :

." ,.; .. faith. in its possibilities, to the office for two day Failing to get briny deep. This and THE SUN for $2.25. .
'fi':] / my relief from my, family physicians treat '
; and on December 12, ''JOS. t secured ment, I took three of Chameriain's Stomach How'a Thor Fill out coupon, mail it today with your remittance and be sure of getting .:t. 4

':}) .. .: '. my patent which'is numbered 807,156. and Liver Tablets and next day I We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for the greatest magazine combination that was ever offered-an opportunity of years .t;

,''" through the patent felt like a new man.-H. C. Bailey, editor :any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by and one it is safe to say will never be made again. ,
./ ; The of the News, Chapin, 3. C. These tablets Hall's Catarrh Cure. j
'L: .;"" office like a 'hot shot' are for sale by all druggists and medicine F. J. CHKHIT&Co. Props,Toledo, aWe '

; /.: '" The fact'that Mr. Cleveland is a dealers. the undersigned have known F.J.Che. THE SUN, Date,.....__________________.?..u.....___..____'
A a
\ nap for the last 15 yean,and believe him personally E
r:? :j" ; master mechanic and has been % railroad Schooner. honorable in all bosineas transactions Tallahassee, Fla.:
." 1 a and financially able to carry out any obligations .
last ?twenty
!:;::j J. ':- engineer for, (Jacksonville Metropolis. made by their firm. Enclosed please find $..._________ for which enter my name for one year's subscription -
t- .{ ". .. ; years somewhat explains his phenomnal WBUTiTxCAX, "'. :
{. Wholesale Druggists,Toledo Ohio. .
schooner Grace .
r. with The barge Deering
ir a ,,.' accuracy in dealing a prob WALDIN, KIKHAN A MARVIN, to your paper and the following magazines_____________________....-.-.. ,;!.> '
"' '"' lem that has puzzled the wisest and Captain' Muirhead, bound from New Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio. ..tot < .

.;. .... mechanics in the world York to Havana Cuba, with 757 tons Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,act. -: ; 3
: best versed .
hug directly the blood and mucous surfaces
upon --------- -- -------------------'-------------- ---------"----------"" "'
Y: >" '. !', 'However one I cannot. fail to be im of coal, was picked up off the St of the system. Price 75c: per bottle. j.
Wednesday Sold by all druggists. Testimonials free.
bar in distress
'- :: pressed with the deep.genius. that has Johns, nib the best ...... q
: .,; : ; Halls Family are ------ ----- --- ------------------- ------iv--------------------
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: talking morning by the tug Admiral Dewey, ,
; evidently been sleeping .
:k. andtowed ). ;
<; '.. to this wonderful man. v Captain t Ed Johnson of this port, CoatiDaou. Isame_________________.____-------, .;--------j,
... will effect to this port last evening. Patience-Did you say that Perry if
: :< "As' to how this patent.
v'" t:","' the- future of the automobile is easily The Deering is a large vessel and Is was fond of 'continuous performances? Address_______.______.___.._________,___ i F
, :g j rigged with a coal elevator for dis Patrice-Indeed, yes! Why she was "
t 3't?::, seen when we can produce figures engaged to fourteen men at the beach
charging her own cargo. She ... .
scientific authorities --- ---- ---------
: from eminent this summer.-Yonkers Statesman.
;.t; :: owned by the firm of Borden & White, -
Interested in the In.vention
who have become I ----
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of New York.A .
: the effect that 10-horse-- $33.00 to California I
\r,:, to .
: ,t went aboardof
Metropolis reporter
t-/ c.. power engine with the power attached at the dock foot Now is the best time of the year to see .
I : < the barge, moored ,
The farmers and fruit OF SEA ROUTES.
,, wheels develops a power equal California. growerscan
',i;:\ .-::>.->.,;:: to' four. with the of Market Street, aM Mate William tell you all about the bumper crop of QUEEN
; to 19 plus horsepower .
?, .""'C :":::: Murray gave out the following particulars 1906.

1i :".,\: ". on only the two rear ones.. of the vessel's rough trip Low one way rates every day to October -
', "The reason given for this Is that 31st 1906. 33.00 from Chicago and
South. He said the Deering left New correspondingly low rates from all points
I' ; s' this'doubles the'friction'on the earth York on the 12th in tow of the eat via

st. and enables the machine to go over steamer El Presidento, and immedi- Union Pacific and Southern .Pacific- Merchants & Miners Trans. Co's '

:- the-aand and. mud more as a buggy rough Railroads.Be
I ,{ ately upon putting to sea sure your tickets read over this.line.

, .than as _a heavy truck. weather was encountered, increasingin Inquire of '

'al.' "The; ':power. on the, : front wheels," severity as they proceeded. On the J. F. VAX RENSSELAER, STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN
, "lifts them 124 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Ga.
c:. explained. Mr. Cleveland, 16th the steamer broke loose from
motion the barge and left it and her crew of For Over Sixty Tears. k

t., instead of six men to the mercy of the waves Mrs. Winslows' Soothing Syrup has I

down." which were running mountain high, been used for over sixty years by millions
t\ attention to the of mothers for their children while teething BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct
:,.s He. then called our and a terrific gale blowing. Murray. with perfect success. It soothes the SAVANNAH 4
i homely illustrations of a man pushing says that the steamer sailed on her all 1
1 child, softens the gums, allays pain
L 'a wheelbarrow. stuck in the sand. way and made no effort to again take : cures wind colic, and is the best remedyfor ''

is, How: is he to get out? The answer them in tow. The seas swept the.: diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor .. Connections for
lit tie sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists I
He must turn around and deck and the water swamped the : i
is obvious.
in every part of the world. Twenty-
;'. pull out, in order that he may exerta cabin, drenching the men and pouring five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for Washington New York and Boston. Y

lifting power on the wheel.. This through the deck Into the hold until "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and .

is invention affects the, automobile It was three feet deep. The windows tske no other kind. .MJ "

exactly." in the captain's cabin were all broken I HOUIS' R'S Through tickets on sale at principal points.

.Mr. Cleveland intends to develop out .and holes had to be cut in the I Mountain Tea Nuggets Accommodations and cuisine unsurpassed:\ '.

'' he has already secured side to let the water run out Nothing i Rocky '. .
device as
the ... .
A Mtdiabu fee Easy .'
six patents in foreign countries and to eat could be cooked and the men Bdafi Buy Qoldta Health ad Sensed vTftt. SEND FOR.BOOKLET.' 4 -" .

Is president' of a company 'caplt&lIzed had to eat' water-soaked hardtack. A peeiflc f or OoastlaaUon. lodigwtioa.Lire

at $ ,This company will locate Then the big iron pins holding the and Blood Kidney Bad Breath.Trouble Shumsb Pimples.Bowels Eczema Headacb Impure* H. C. AVERY, Com'l Agent, Jacksonville.

the State; and Tampa, guy ropes to thi big elevator began and Ba aebB. Its Rocky Mountain Tea In tabs Y. P. TURIER P. T. W. i 1
somewhere in let form IS Cents box Genuine" by J. C. WHOTET, 24 7. P. ft V.I., ,
Jacksonville are under con to tear loose from the ,deck, threatening Hauisrn Duo GOXTAVT Madison,Wig *, 1
s1dera cm. The latter'pfaee'wW.Ukei I to fall at every move f of:the ship, GOLDEN, NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE i. ., i .

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k .- .for."congressmen \"to carry'away: that there were erasures on the

-t. '1 A; ""' ::0,; _the.population. 1 gams,and that.. d disbursement bo k. 'T1 I8' ,matter !snow

? c ...} date for Congress her det y..
f :4 Frank:dark,. .has & has been enter. up.
? ..... "!ff the, search for pros'eeute' :
w :Hi\: the committee e& Lock Co.; \ 4, =r
ez:City Clerk Joseph. Carry the
speaking e in the jail so .
.t'r!a : .' ,however, the prisoners maybe officiate made a discovery on Friday _
that which shows that the issue of bogus N
4 the people ;; called for the

f -::: '" be polled in every by Oct. .15th, scrip has been. far greater' than was lira 9Kagdalenac-: = '

trS.. ., 'Your committee y in transit of e.ver dreamed of. In fact it is .now ewin ler.r JA

p 7 .; urging every have not admitted that, the fraudulent .issue \ wli. S D.FOSS,116 S. E. 6th street, "I I find that In'my cue Peront tab _

J .e :' his own vote on their work but may. reach the stupendous figure of j Minneapolis, Minn.,writes: flesh builder., I sm now at work tvjwrf

' > '. that every other as possible. 1100,000. It I.wish to congratulate you on your day tad un gained
ten pound I
1)11" ion precinct comes the treasurer, &8- "In scrutinizing the scrip presentedIt medicine, Peruna. l.have been. a sufferer 10 LBS IN your Foruna accord
stomach for
of the
: ,- this way school board was found that some of it was with catarrh' WEIGHT.than tngtod1reeUona.&D4'menced
but since I have corn. .
v two .
over years
.4{. best protect i itself manner. stamped "George L. Bartlum Mayor. to take your the result was moi
f't-" of its .the county This' a closer examination, andit GOOD remedy 1 have.been I expected..

.: ?ifF .bills be passed by were'greatly was ,found that this stamp was not WORD fOR ateadtlylmproviag 'Iean now' breath with ease, u4PfRUNA. '
:.'t:!!. alto my cough U stopped. 111&4" for
< of things until'nowl can safely
the one used by Mr. Bartlum' but a '
with the
and excel- I feel no more of six: months before I took down -.
... ; duplicate. The same was true of the say .a
ti :i .0" d the fence my old trouble, and as a matter of grip. 3
'q;:< :,' JESSE E. Ban, stamp of the. chairman of the finance course I will always have a good word "I took no other medicine but Peruaav
t .. ;. < ., .' condition. We committee. Then a comparison of for Peruna. and it accomplished all. yom told m*
I #f .- the painting in first letter that Peruna would
T; the warrants was made and it was "I recommend it to all my friends." your
f !i. Mr. and Mrs D. measure found .that another book the cure me and It hUe
bearing Mrs. Route 4
Magdalena Winkler, ,
of the
county. "I am.'Hveuty-three; years oldjand can.
3gm <;\ awick, Mo., have a of the farm same numbers of the regular book Westminster, Md., writes: attend to my work and business as

., y home and will rem cultivation had been used. "I thank you very much for your ad- usual." **
':R. I ,
: .> Mrs. Asa Wing of sweet potatoes, ..It.1s plainly evident that"when the rice. I can safely say that Peruna and MH. Theone Mlkkelwu, Brigham.

'_, -t ;{, to their home in all of which duplicate! stamps were ordered a scrip Manalin have saved my life. City,Utah,-write*: /

fg:.:_ pleasant visit with ; and attention. A book was also ordered. It was a,duplicate "Wben 1 wrote to you the first time, "I wish to thank yon for all the food
x k Mra. H. 8. Barker. a k.ingyoor advice, my condition,.was Percent baa done me. I aim entirely' free-
; is cleared of the. regular book and. contained
Mrs so poor that 1 did not from the coug a which used to bother m.
: if- Mr. and trees planted all 1,000 blank warrants The
to live through =
l expect so much every winter.
?' spent! last week at and growing stubs of this book cannot be found, winter but now I FOR "My kidneys are also in good condi ._

y .fl. to Fort Pierce on about a year, and it Is thought possible that the en- am perfectly healthy. PfRUN.tlOD, and I feel t't'the

j ,. position as agent a,few oranges tire book was used and the stubs de I cannot praise your stronger and better civrsPCRUNA

f :'. The Misses' have a con: stroyed. Just what amounts these medicine enough and I recommend it to allover. For all these
others." I give the credit to CREDIT.
ton arrived ten trees planted
warrants. were made out for will not
condi T. T. Markland, a well-known business your excellent medi
their near a healthy
; parents t
; be known until presented for payment man of Cincinnati, 0.. writes from cine,Peruna. I am pleased to recommend .
for the'children in as this kind of '<
8100 Woodburn Ave. as follows: it to averirbod"q _
ise has consented ] section, that in i
"This discovery accounts for the
'' the mill. d with the best
; :; large number of erasures on the. disbursement presiding elder of this district that these Weekly Wcathw Rfport.

_ ,' : ., Mrs. C. H. iet of citrus book. Scrip already paid resolutions be'pririted in the newspapersof D.S.DKTATOCXXT 0?AQglCCLTCU VKATBKBBU1UD. -
James R. and Mr. a permanent this town and a COPy of the same besent .
.The lower was duplicated, and then the cancella- to Mr. J. D. Rahner A. G. P. A. .
K, away Monday last'm"'C JtyPln&. :fu.. Oct 30 908.--
truck tion marks on the. book were erasedso and to J. P. Reckwith, G. T. M., St ?
r. Oak Hill as a of
) Augustine Fla. Comparative statement Urapentta
";' Zant of \ of the rich that there would be no question Signed:. Rev. A. Scott, P. E., C. T. and rainfall for the week udiav Tuelda,. .,

but waa too late to n9 of vegetables when the bogus scrip came in for payment Moton Pastor S. A. Harris C. C. Hicks 1906, 1900 :> 3..- '
A. .
last. Her family,' we are con Jackson Sec'y.NicholsBlake
OcL2-l81 71 80 73 f-
-k' R. Dyall, with pay a good "Thousands of dollars of this, scripis 25. 82 70 82 74K

+ eympath'y of the now afloat on the market, and it is 26. 84 71 (4 f-
Bridgeport Ct.) Post, Oct 23rd. 27. 83 71 82 70-
( Evening
taken of
i Mr. E. A.iMarsh care' more than likely that every holder of 28. 77 67 *4 68-

,';-. Thursday! and comfortable.] scrip has some of It. In New Haven tomorrow evening, at 8 89. 77 67 82 70-
30.. 82 73 82 70
the natural con "It o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Warren
with was reported that :Mr. Curry
; cemetery
Tomlinson at 16 University Place Mrs. Total rainfall for the week. 0.70 inch**
I, Mr. Archibald his would go before the Criminal Court Departure rainfall. for the week minus Jtf
with to say that ale Amy Thomas Blake of Eden, Fla., will inches. ..
Lillian came and plead guilty to the charges
4 s> e expense of this become the wife of Archibald Emerson Departure rainfall since Jan. lit, plot
_ Mr. Phillips, is also t against him, but this is not true. Mr, 11.35 inches.
be considerable Nichols, who formerly resided in Bristol
friend and of H. P.HARDIX.Official .
one Curry, is still confident that he can go
and value of G>nn., but who is now a resident of this in Charge
:t- : was identified with before a jury and be acquitted. The
't' amount of work city by the pastor Rev. Frederick Lent,
:- lie improvements cause of the Sells More of ChamberUla'c Remedy .
report is said to be that Cough
and the value of of the First Baptist church The bride
r; his many friends friends Tta_n of all Other h&Together
of Mr. Curry Intimated to him

x large will be wedded iu a blue traveling gownwith
thize with his Mr. Tlios. George' a merchant at ML
to plead guilty before Judge L. W.
of the hat to match. The couple will be
proper "I have had the
jc t' and 1 with his Elgin, Ontario rays;
chibald. the certain as- Bethel, of the Criminal Court, and get ,. unattended. After a wedding trip to local agency for Chamberlain's Cough

a valuable I a light sentence and then seek a pardon New York Niagara Falls and other Remedy ever since! it was introduced into

'.L' CITY the near future, but Mr. Curry refused to en- taints they will return to this city and Canada and I sell u much of it aa I
t do of all other lines I have on my ehel\\.
t\.. E. E. Swinaon, reason to be tertain the suggestion. The next session will reside at 1S30 State street. put together. Of the many dozens oU

hx known as the Ord this direction. of the court will take place in Mrs. Blake is the daughter of Mrs. N. under guarantee, 1 have not bad one

< t Valdosta! Ga., jury recom November, when it is likely the case Saunders, of Eden, and made her home bottle returned. I can personally recommend
: \ > be with her mother this medicine aa I have need it
t resident.yTerui? i iRob' no longer will come up." at Eden until Septerar -
myself and given it to children and
t: :.. &: I* dlhff, poor farm,".but ---- 1903, when she and her little daughter always with the beet For sale

i: >-, have charge of W. home," as be Resolutions of ThanksTo Helen returned to the north. by all druggists and medicine dealers ,
; '
.:' ..thia season.! suitable to its the Citizens of Titusrille. -'-

i, Boyle & Mast : of its crew Whereas the good white citizens of

g:, y,. "' vegetables. .. Titusville have so liberally contributedto
:' ? Cucumbers p1ant every section of the support of the ministers during the

r-- r* > today meeting in f i some complaint campmeeting, and whereas we could not

1 R=... .:. of blooms and small and we recom successfully care for the preachers without The Fertilizers

i I ."t;:' "b a The Boyles, of ciuumi&.uners their assistance, Be it Resolved, thatwe Mapes

: ,' ,"'- have been !! !! bridges of the the presiding elder and ministers of

:_. I "' -{ : ;# several years past, possible condi the Fast Coast district, tender oar! hearty

t. = consist of father hand, thanks for the same Resolved further,

\ James Boyle wife bad and there that we tender a special vote of thanksto *
Fifty experience through three
Mr. and Mrs. : funds should tit the Honorable Joseph P. Brown .
ations of the .
tapes family.We .
;; .soon occupy their ; repaired with sheriff, and his efficient deptuties, far

L ? and Mrs. Hldfield that the same the excellent service they rendered in are a household word all over fair Florida.

a : "' also occupy their rebuilding: for preserving such perfect order while very Our thirtieth year in the state. .

-. Mr 1'Y.. way can we large crowds were here. ,

't, daughter.has been good. Our goods combine safety, reliability and

,,j' Ml pie expensive! parts To the F. E. Railway Co. profit for the grower.

4 >' prruflal. aneati :which soon be Whereas the Florida East Coast K'y No dangerous compounds. "
,. f.the loose holes we Co. has so generously provided the very .f
S .5.. : 5 ,. ><*, remain per. best accommodation to all of those who Ask our agents for pamphlets and find the

py always be in the attended theTitaaville campmeeting and reason why you ought to buy our goods. .Lt

whereas they have extended
.'f- :. : special Agents: E. L. Brady & Bra, Titusville
; r..i.i." ,,.. do Dj county on the kindness and courtesies to the ministers

3r ::1? 3&. fl + )ee1tb.i found in our throughout the district and their associate J. M. Sanders, Cocoa Jos. Paxton, :ockledge

/y- .'if' ,_;;,r..x. MiaVvSwrie: &n.. of its officers in *, Be it .Resolved that the presiding A. T. Patillo, Osteen F. Bergmann Merritt

k + i .,,. :' ,-c. ,,,fibarpe, .and .do. .. ; ; most efficient elder .and ministers of the district do S ..

; "a-t fc :'! _.'.. oF- .. .Perham,.Editor. :of buildings gener severally and jointly tender their heartfelt E. R. Provost. Lotusssrtr 4

= 'J 3 Herald ia spending \ : and intelli thanks'' for the eame, Resolved farther f

p"b. : ; ';of:! -" ,Sharpe. i that it ia the sense of the ministers and
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_-;..,. .jI __ .IIJft. jurisdkikm of aJl other aura u4 ata.ttra-.:. >_ otheeirWltCaQrtaltdcit '
:.... ..L.'v......,.:; ...: ":*'r. : will be held la' each County fa Florid*:'.aTaeriay altjIIdgOide@ea.StJ $f.oC." .
..> : ', .. _" t.l..YF" next succeeding the trot Monday ia s$ the reme patter Is lame ...of atta .L .
'Gtf'lt.i--i--'i'"f :''.1.- November A. IX, lips, the said Tuesday being i n-Ktk qtto warraato,.p -
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...., .;.. : : .ther'Calooiahatdaee.! 1.C Pst'. *._ ) ? 7%.5-vf -" SIXTH. DAY- OF. NOVEMBER> their jurBdJctton as the drcuU. cost ud. afar"r _G'r. feIf" :

r.K .J ,ifjW1'lp'.... :*Ji *: < TARTAR B KINC POWDERRoyal for the ratification or rejection of the'DId cult,judge authority of'cuaty summon,:except,,and empue1-the pow rand -,! ':k. "jJ

_i'fi-. ',,,, -",?.,-=- ,- ..An.1 .G '"0";State. Joint Resolutions proposing Amendments to grand jnry. ._ .' s. ,?, ,
; ; m ; ':hI t p.1! : ;.. :- the Constitution of the State of Florida via: Section 42. There shall be six:fermi;of_-t;_:. l\. : ;
,, fi. / :d. .... $; "
-.f' :..:;: .".. ". ".1.,,_=,i .tearedne.:. :.cMnot-'recover: ? docs not contain an atom of ARTICLE XXVm. court in each year J .-.tif'oti-t :"'
"' "" "' :.! 'Ji { .Section 4S, There shin be for said court .. !

;..'..,_a";?.'.;.;;' }"'' :. rOitt1JE. ,. .: :Floridapi ,' n,!.' ; phoaphatic add'which' is the, That the following amendment to Article prosecuting attorney who shall be 'appointed. fJi'i;;r.;; '.';. .
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; by Governor and
XVI of the Constitution of the State of Florida confirmed by the Senateand : +
+" i \. Uf; pot !tf line 9.f Pnll- product of bonca' digested in su1phlirio''addot.'pf ) .,..' be and it ia hereby agreed to and shall who shall hold his dJSce for four ymnu. ff "':i ;k'"-' '. fi.
r >t -be talatki' .1-_ C. be submitted to the electors of the State at His compensation shall be fixed law .,
.:f ; .. :: reeD,, < alum which is by '. ; 3-.
''' c '" t.', .,". "''. .J' ." ( ; the general election to be held oa the first Section 44. All offenses triable in said court. ..

*1;" :.:' Sfcfj: '}.<'i4II/-4 ;,.,., >vl'Hl H .,......"... 1 .,. : /ione-third_sulphuric add): substan- ; Tuesday after the first Monday in November shall be prosecuted upon information under- ..
oath be
to filed
:,=-'i% ftImepaU'Qi.'mrlce'trom "the A. D 1906, for ratification or rejection. by the prosecuting attorney.bofc ,
iJi..." .TQ& ., . ; ". adonted footncr baking Wders Section 32. The Governor.,&be Comptroller the grand jury of the circuit COlIn for said '
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prcj'! '.5! iattuoroaaottteTireek. .. ; .f., > | cc3 the State Treasurer the Attorney Uener1 county may indict for any offense triable ia
*" lidiw.Tuesday i / because of their 'cheapness. and the Commissioner of Agriculture of the-coact of record. I1 finding of sash
: October 17 II
;!;;ktt *w- '"I! : amountedw ...... ," a ,. the State of Florida and their saceesaon' in indictment the circuit judge shall commit or ; lam'-'bail
'''f ''' >inllinlJt'and' 1 81'bar constituted and the accused for trial in the =
f office are hereby designated I court of record .- 1
f li f jTlli'- "V, -J"-- J i which trial shall be ;,.
; I. aa a board of drainage commissioners, and are 1 span information. i,
': "RVNINPtJu';; : t....,.$. t\:"' ); f acreage,planted in lish a system'of canals drains levees dikes shah the electors of Escambia county .-
i: F: ." and reservoirs of such dimension and depth and hold office for four Tears and his. '
t'1 "at" f..four.- .Jr4t Ppe4. JACKSONVILLE commissioners is deemed advisible, to drain sheriff of Escambia county shall be the eieco- .
"JII"-i'-lf. atIow: .. SECUUSIMPORTANT and reclaim the swamp and overflowed lands tire officer of said 'eouJt. and hisdutiea and ;: ,.,
3feted-ece"andersculti; and within the State of Florida or such parts or fee shall be fixed by law. .

% .5,000 boxes;were shipped.. 'I r MEETING AT GEORGIAN portions thereof as is deemed best by said Section 48., The -same'rules. of piwedanr fta
: board of drainage commissioners from time to and practice whieb'obtain in the circuit coerfc. .1

.: J,1.11.[ .. .Alice' Nielsen the famousrawlll.fU Jacksonville Is to bare the honor of The celebration of tbb( sixty-first anniversary time, and to provide for the irrigation of the of the county shall-obtain: in the coarfc 1 :'1
g, ', lands reclaimed and to maintain such canals, of record, and all law relative to criminal
( :, s an engagement at the being-the meeting place of the eighth of the of Rev and Mrs: courts of record '--
a l wedding drains, terete, dikes, and reeervoiis' in such ,except as otherwise provided :
;' i .wkl.Theater,. Jacksonville! on' the annual convention of the Southern White took place) Friday, Oct. 19th. The manner as will be most;advantageous to the herein shall apply to and control the court 1
f J( ? territory so drained the State of Florida its of record. Change of venue may be had from, ,
EM5? htiot..November. ifcf: i/ijl i:De Statee,4ssoclotion of the Commission- day before was very stormy and the report inhabitants and the commerce thereof. the court of record to the circuit court: of another .. .4 1

., ,-J e. ,greatest musical event ,of the sea- era 1>f*Agriculture, which will convene that two gales were on the way, prevented Section 33. That the board of drainage the laws county for the same causes, and under ;.J ,
commissioners are hereby authorized and providing changing the venue M..J
:_;i r Y B here November 19, and will be those who were coming from a dis empowered to establish drainage districts and from the circuit. court of one' county) to the ,

:;;f :' .' jm.The ." of \iam''e f $i_a1i1.J In. ie nljrl three days. : tance by boat from starting, as they feared fix the boundaries thereof in the State of Florida circuit court of another county.; The Governor ; t 1
first boats &ti .
: in his
board of commis-
!{ That the drainage may discretion order the circuit :
the river might be too for the
fleet hate gone to the mackerels The importance of ,this convention rough sioners be and it is authorized and empower. judge of Escambia county of any other '.
it Is believed, will be far-reachlne. home trip. Bat Friday proved to be a ed to prepare a list or lists of all theN alluvialor county to hold one or more terms or parts or '.
of he Koriaa.. keys.. It ia and overflowed taxable lands terms of the court of record. Any civil N.
swamp cause
beautiful cool and and the
; ted there Uf be.lI.oll1e88! than I and tW honor of securing! it for Jack day, bright, within such drainage district or districts in the court of record may be tried before. ?
sonville' belongs to Captain R. :JL friends and neighbors gathered as Mrs. and levy thereon an acreage tax referee., or in case of the disqualification or ,;:t
_: apa.yi 5 hundred:; and fifty boats engaged "' Bower's pleasant home, then went from not exceeding ten cents per acre per.annum the Judge of the court of record may be tried. -. .<" s
Rose. State Chemist of Florida. Cap be filed said board by a ndge ad litem be
& -the to annually by or may transferred to if
there all and took' Mr. and Mrs.
.. '' ,- '. the last together! of drainage commissioners and the various ; the circuit court of Escambia county
.... ;J.4.&?: r" sr- *"* tain..Rose attended. : conTention or any- .
'A _,!.: The.announcement, ls'm' de that '' Whito .quite by .surprise. Over thirty tax assessors of the various counties embracedin other county in the same'wsy and according;
of the association, held in Richmond in whole within such drainage district to the same provisions as such
part or govern
.ih') i Rear$ncis'. H.-'Richey has resigned ; 'Va:; last 'November;. There were present and sat down with them, or districts shall receive such list or lists.. in the circuit court of cambia count plOoceediDgs
: their children and children's children unto and enter the same upon the tax rolls of the .
'r ,; u rector .pf, StBark's Episcopal were three cities .after' .the ..convention the fourth generation, and. the dinnerwas county or counties in which such lands may' reSection 47. The Supreme court of tne State

j ..ChdehPalitkaito accept' the rector! -Columbia, >8'. C. Asheville. N. lie and the amount so levied by the board of shall have appellate jurisdiction' in all eases
,ship" f..n ew church built .ipWyoming ,one of the best and the company one drainage commissioners in such manner and at law and in equity originating in the court
just invitation
i Cincinnati C. ; eabnrb"off extended 'by Captain 'Rose, on behalfof vine covered of the old home. drainage commissioners from time to time in the court of record. The circuit court of
: porches which amounts shall be collected by the various Escambia county shall have final
A gad. at dfnt occnfredln ackson- ;thVjacksbuville! :Board, of Trade. The girls waited on'the table, but Uncle tax collectors of the counties wherein jurisdiction of all misdemeanors' tried in the

villa Tuesday morning, when little was .accepted, and ttie convention secured. Haghey made the coffee as is the custom such levies have been made as other taxesare court of record. All appeals'or writs of error
collected in accordance with law, and prosecuted from the court of record whether
pay _
Edna Shepherd, the two-year-old ... ,, always, 'at the Georgians picnics, and over said amounts collected to the board of to the Supreme Court or Circuit. Court shall '

r daughter ot.Mrs-Elisabeth; Shepherd. The' association tojefwgnlwd'as( be- Uncle'a coffee i is famous for strength and drainage commissioners, said commissionersshall be prosecuted in the same way and according

the lake in tug ,one 'of the .mot 'important\' agricultural flavor served with real l and have a lien superior to all other liens to the same rules as govern such proceedings.
_ 'of. RiverefdeRsteII Into.' ; cream plenty upon the taxable lands in any such drainage from the Circuit Court to the Supreme Court.
Riverside [Pork* was drowned' y associations of ; ; of sugar. It is one of the most important districts to be enforced by tax levy, for the Approved June 6. 1905.ARTICLE .

,ad. T it eetingn ,Jacksonville' saysCaptain items on our bill of fare. Miss Peauhey cost of any work done under the provisions XXXII.

tr The new [inlets. ;cut across. .;.,Sanla1.Rosa .. .c Rose Is .3lgMflcantc,1.the advance made the the bride cake, light as a amendment hereof or done under prior the to provisions the adoption of an of act this of That the following amendment to Article .

4 ;, IslaAdwWch'separatei: : Pensa- in the Importance' of aricul- feather l and snowy white from, its frosty the Legislature passed in 1905. XVII Florida of be the and Constitution the same is hereby of the agreed State or to .

i' ..cOla ,Bay lrooi the Gulf of Mexico by ture;and especially in;cattle growing covering to its delicious center. Fried commissioners Section 34.' be That and the it is board authorized of drainage to exercise and shall be submitted to the electors of the

the recent terrible hnrrl el\IN IB 'Florid*. .J'1 't and roast chicken, mince and peach pie !I the right of eminent domain in the con- State fication at or the rejection general: election in 1906 for rati- j< t

ra- > being* filled' wlth; sand. by and cake of aU kinds salads jellies preI I demnation of land for the location of its canals Section 1. Either branch of the .
gradually t It ,is, to .be hopedLthat/a. large attendance drains levees dikes and reservoirs for Legislature! V j
r' the waves and tides. servee.baked.beans macaroni and cheese aforesaid and at a regular session thereof; may proposes
the. action of' of Florida farmers, cattle the purposes may enter upon amendments to this Constitution and if the ,
V #4 Jffg. cookies crackers puddings and take and use such land as it may, pending
'Commissioners of Hills- and turpentine men;; will be pickles,, condemnation proceedings, deem same be agreed to by three-fifths of all the.
TheConnty. ;. .; growers ; necessaryfor members elected to each house such
---.; '' every good ;thing that could well be carried such and in ascertaining the ? proposecE
awarded W. A. hand for as Captain'Rcae' says purposes amendments shall be
have on entered their
boro County npon -
s. .' in a l lunch basket bad'a place on compensation to be paid for such land or right Journals "
the and
contract forthe farming and grazing ;must take theplace of benefits to be derived from' such yeas nays and)
Ste1li\of"'Cearwater.: way
that table. Around it gathered the friends shall be published in one newspaper in each /
shall be considered the
_ diainagg'ot 500 or 600 acres of low of .F1. rlda.s.p: i. forpstif-i: In a and neighbors, grandmothers and grandfathers drainage Section 35. The Legislature may jury.providefor one county month, where immediately a newspaper preceding is published the next., for. 4V' ':

land'near that place. Of the bids submitted few years. > and the assessment of benefits derived by lands .!
1 k J ,%: mothers fathers, boys and general election of Representatives at which
of such drainage and the collection
: ) that of Stein was much the A large number of prominent- :< agriculturists girls'-and !little children, altogether and by thereof reason; the proceeds therefrom shall be paidto election the same shall be submitted to the .t
electors of the State for j
various .parts of the approval or rejection.If
will do the work for from be better for the board of drainage commissioners to be
and it
ac lowest., !iHe"\ : all.happy; would the used by them for such drainage a majority the electors voting upon ;
will be in attendance. ,Secretary purposes. the amendments at such election
;5x381,80.'. st South world oday if social gathering were. Approved May 27, 1905. adopt
the amendments the
? Wilson, of the United States Department same a partof {
this order there would be
b Seven ;;thousand. five hundred, two-. attends more on more ARTICLE XXIX. the Constitntion. The proposed amend :...
sold of Agriculture; always sympathy and love between the young ments shall be so submitted as to enable the
.cent Stamp; or $150 worth. ...were. conventions of this association That Section nine ((9)) of Article five ((5)) of electors to vote on each amendment parate- t.f'.
jthe ,
r iheTlocai postofflce last' week to''gyp :" folks and their elders and more respect the Constitution of the State of Florida be ly. All amendments adopted at the electionat
by ', anet"is f ,expected tobe", here, next from the young for the customs and thetraditions and the same is hereby amended so as to read which this is submitted or heretofore-
the Board, pt..Trade-in',! .the' a'The'olllcersof" aa follows via: adopted by the electors are hereby declared apart '
mailing'drainage.literatureS njonth.. : of their fathers. Rev. Hawk "Section 9. The salary of each Justice of of the Constitution from the date of the -i ,
purpose of r; the association areas came up on the noon train and with some the Supreme Court shall be four thousand adoption of the same.

S the business men throughout Flo follows: 'President W; W. Ogilvle. others dined at the second table. Mr. ($4,000)) dollars a year. The salary of each Approved June 6, 1905. '
Mlckle had to make Circuit Judge shall be three thousand five The votes cast in compliance with said proposed -
Ida Postmaster of Nashville Tenn.; first vicepresident and Mrs. White received: a number of hundred ($:}.500) dollars a year." amendments, and the canvass, declara- :i

a special requisition for more.stamps. 'E. J. Watson of Columbia S. letters of congratulations from absent That the foregoing amendment to Section tions and returns thereof shall be subjected! t
r demand.::-Fort ; : 9 Article V of the Constitution is hereby to the same regulations and restrictions as art
to supply the regular C.; second vice-president T. H. Hudson friends, and several friends sent little agreed to and the same shall be submitted to provided by law for general elections in the _"

'4 Myers Breeze. of Atlanta, Ga.- ;' secretary, B. W. gifts as tokens of their esteem. After dinner the electors of the State for approval or re- state of Florida. "rIN -/1'
jection at the next general election of repre- TESTIMONY WHEREOF,I have here-
HOn,'>>. \P_ Williams Jhll.week sold Kifcore of Raleigh N. C. Captain the company gathered.on the porch sentatives as required by Section 1, Article unto set my hand and amudbe '

sarT his place of 360 acres' on Alligator R E. Rose of Florida is a member and Mrs. Hughes read a poem descriptiveof XVII of the Constitution. [L. S.] Great Ses.l of the State of Florida, fat A.' '
Approved May 31, l905. Tallahassee the Capital this first' .> ni
&. Creek to William Wlkle a very pleasant of the finance committee.The the wedding day. All joined in sing day of August. A. D.. 1908. f

gentleman; 'who, ''withhis wife, date of: the meeting was fixed ing "The Sweet Bye and Bye" and aftera ARTICLE XXX. Ii. CLAY t'KAWFOJtO.Sfcretary .r
amendment to Article of State. =.
That the following
word of started home
has recently. arrived from Camaguey, by the executive committee and has prayer some : V of the Constitution of the State of Florida, To JUP. BROWN. Sheriff Brevanl County. .&". .

Qu 'The Place :contains some small just 'been made public. There' Is no while others remained quite a while long relative to the Judiciary Department to be Titusville Fla.. Aug. 3. f; -

1: oranegrove being well er. Altogether: it was such a pleasant numbered Section 39 of said Article V. be and k
and a thirteen-acre doubt of the convention and shall be
; -houses the same is hereby agreed to
two years old and Just ,coming attended November 19, 20 and 21. party that we hope there will be anotherin submitted to the electors of the State at the ROBBINSGRAHAM :
the near future.C.a.BrOR.A.. general election to 1* held on the first Tues-

'., into bearing., Consideration $2,500 P.-tma.ter Robbed day after the first Monday in November. .
Wilde have moved D./lOOt, fur ratification or rejection, to-wit: & : ,
cash aid Mrs. Riverton
Mr. at .
., O. W. Fouts, postmaster! Section 39. The annual salary of the
onto the propertyaad will make their Ja.,- nearly lost hialife and was' robbed Basrstle lht Kind You !Han altars BangK judges of each of the Criminal Courts of Record CO., x
'all comfortaccordinjr/ to hi* letter, hereafter be established shall ,
Punta Gorda Herald. of now, or to
: honwthere. I had chronic (Incorporated Paid up Capital) t25,00i.(6. .
: which save: "For 20 years 'r be paid quarterly by the county where such
has 'proven to be the liver complaint, Which led to such a severe court is established, and shall be as follows: This company own lands
Dade County of jaundice that even my fingernails In counties less than fifteen thousand population in the Indian Rivt-r Conn- ,

x adopted 'home of the avocado and case turned yellow; when my doctor prescribed one thousand dollars; in counties of tryon the ::;t. Lncie Uiver ,

*f: ,that fruit flourishes, here, as In no Electric Bitters,.which cured me" SGOBELL & DAY population from fifteen, fifteen thousand' hundred to twenty-five dollars;thousand in counties at New River and on Bitw" '

other section. It''hea1t&.it, qualities and have kept me well ,for eleven years. of from iwenty-fiye thousand to thirty- cayne Bay.

!,. :' betIg, found out abroad,.and Bore; core forbilioasneee,' neuralgia. weak. Established 1867 five thousand population: two thousand dollars PRICES TO SUIT THE 'PI .ES.. '
}cr are neas and .altl&cuoacb.! : liver, kidney and l ; and in counties of more than thirty-five Sendforlandlig.a ... a .

the demand for this 'fruit Is/coming bladder derangements. A wonderful tonic. ..Auction Specialists... thousand population twenty-five hundred OrncEBAT ., 4.:

all sections. Only a few days At Bed Cross Pharmacy. 50 cents. dollars. hereby repealing any and all partor TITUSVILLE Ann MIAMI. ,;, +
in conflict
from 235-238 West SiNEWTORK part of the !said Constitution <

., ago a,Buena. Yista realized Iranian Bate to the Carnival! herewith. ENNIS&FORTBlatoiilng
In&profit' or: 1S. PW crate: : on two CITY Approved June 6,1905.ARTICLE : .1
.. a : ; f The JaeksoavilleOiniivil this year is -It
crates ihlpped to Northern markets planned on a much larger and broader Oranges, Grape Fruit, Tangerines,. Mandarins XXXI.

'v.,r expect to hear of even better scale than ever before and it is expected Pineapples Etc. That the following amendments to ArticleV and Repair fort \ t
and we Constitution of the State of Florida, ; ,
bat the attendance trill. exceed that of Agents Florida Fruit Exchange Solicit of the ., '
54 results before this ae&totL,1s. ... over relative to the Judiciary Department,to be --40. t '
s;, c'JI'I; any pwtooa year. consignments for ale at auction. numbered Sections 40, 41, 42. 43, 44,45,46 and .

: Miami.. "'.I.. ", ,Tbe Florida. East Coast .railway will Moderate CommillioD.-Sale'on arrival of 4T, of said Article V, be and the same are TITUSVILLE, Fi"t". _
l low rate one
make the exceptionally hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to -
., lkinf Machin.e fare pins J5c for the round trip making fruit and remittance of net proceeds the electors of the State at the general election Wagon made and repaired. Horse Shoeing i ,

week. Recorda. the rate Titotvilte Jacksonville and return day after sale.Iuawl to be held on the first Tuesday after the a specialty. Work from any part of Indian

$&SoS5 and> $1.00 per$1.Off Over HWi Tickets i will be sold Oft No- Aa1msiMtai.ore Daal list Monday in November, A. D.. 1906, for River or anywhere ia the county will receiveour .t-
} .8) exnb sad venter.5U to 9tb;iadnai, with final ratification or rejection, to-wit: careful attention. We stand the freightone : -'
1,000 ll Gl art sheet msnte M 10 leave Jacksonville' on any train Represented by W. H. Scoring, 133 West Section 40. There shall be established in way and guarantee to give you u" &c. J ;;

'_tL. Indian River Music House 1'\-'' limit November,to 11th. Fourth St.. Jacksonville, Fla. the county of cambia, whenever the voters' tion. Send us your work. ,


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"" ; ",, "qjl..1tt.1 .:e.'if1i .. ......"'" the; 'ieIfie>Manexpoeition; will be tn medical authorities. = ? .
; : : -iL..1.": celebration of the discovery 'of.the Pa- The further fact'thsttaeltherDr. -. '

x,- "to <- kI:Idur.'Balboa." saki'-Dir. Jennings.-; Pttrce'i Golden Medical -Discovery, the, < ',.. -i'k. '
;t-t( } O"P" ....-.. ,-_''..vrwt, the .: also celebrate the neat stomach tonic' liw z nrriforatorv. fo :; .
'i r4'.tit.1.-"J: ; H 1 ':$:: .;.t" "It wUl .'opening Of heart regulator and blood partner,nor his
"' "'' 'k "- the Panama"canal. ; whicb' we"'expect favorite Prescription',for,weak,'over, those who are admittedly
'U =i':-- "" -1'titll";Xurbefng, ; done-i .man will be ready bythat.time" Congress worked, broken-down, nervous "women, IB preferred by
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ti: .
race. : match contains anI.alcoho1, also entitles1 them '
,:tJ.i.jJi. J'C.-d": ,;'->:-1 -'lat':4''C; -, .'struck_ will be asked to appropriate 13,000,000' to a place all by themselves. I the- best judges of tone.? The answer is
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condition that is raised
)$ ;!: '.:....i "' on anequal. sum. Many,years ago Dr. Pierce discovered
>. 1it ;i-=}: .oar aicdShamman, from the I
;? that chemically glycerine of
in California.
; pare ; proper
F thalt r tbelight: I. dknt. .to ;; i It is because everyone who has
,. "Jlold; "The.idea of an exposition was'first strength a better solvent and preservative easy. '
;-':..- W.aokert of the medicinal re
<--f\:; :f Hfr friend brought the match toward sU ettedbya. B. Hale,'a dry g ods ing In our Indigenous ornate, m 1d-j I played the 'LudWig knows that 'in it
y manufacturer .of San Francisco,;in a cinal plants than is alcohol; and furthmore.
,, ; r' ] 'IahL. It touched.the:alcohol. vapor from before members of the California ,that it possesses valuable medicinal
''': speech the I
.:1i'X.> promotion committee at'a dinner properties of ito own being demulcent, is embodied every artistic quality..-that
nutritive antiseptic, and a most efficient
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"::# "- Since that time : have .
-.' ; to June, 1904. we antiferment
.''':' 'V"('.," ''" .,-' been'quietly at work, gathering statistics Neither of the.above'medicines contains it meets every demand.'of: the expert re?
"';f'r, 1 alcohol,.or harmful, habit-
fairs and that have
on expositions forming drag, as will be seen from a of
for the truest interpretation
:}1.-" L"/.! been held in the past Our Idea is to glance at the formula printed on each quired
by the' and of bottle They are safe to use and
profit .errors .successes, wrapper. ,
::1t'C to that it that inde .
4: these expositions. potent cure.Not music- possesses
only do physicians prescribe the
.-m'the rehabilitation of Ban Francis above non-secret medicines largely, but
co" are are keeping. this?:exposition in the most intelligent people employ them scribable'delicate: charm which is difficult !..

mind It Is ln1Iuenclng'our judgment people who would not think of using '

: ryrt : ... In'certain matters/*coneerning-. the rebuilding the Every ingredient entering&, or secret medicines.the com to analyze, but which is designated;

of the city. OUr chief concernin position of Dr. .P1er e's medicines has f
r the rehabilitation at this time Is util' the.strongest kind of an endorsementfrom by some musicians, who appreciate that ,
ity.. At present we are to leading medical writers of the '
several schools of practice. No other I
l N make all oar streets wide. Tan Ness medicines put up for like purposes has it can 9orr ctlyprotrar every varying

avenue Is wide, and it stopped the fire. any such pro/mtonoJ endorsement. L

We"are,going to make the, streets:;.of Dr. Pierre's Pleasant Pellets cure con- emotion, as the "soul" of the Ludwig :
stipation. Constipation is the cause of
the new city wide for this reason. And
many diseases. Cure the cause and you
'X\I* J l iv then we are trying to devise some sys cure the disease. One Pellet" is a gentle
tem'of salt water mains. It was distressing laxative and two a mild cathartic. Druggists Sold
to see the city'destroyed by sell them, and nothing is dust as i. by
.y. U' itirt good. Easy to.take as candy. .
fire While water lay all around It."San --- .'-- ,!' .

Francisco's greatest need is
Indian River
skilled labor. There are probably 35,- The

000 men engaged In the building trades He wrote a noble poem

I now, and as many more could find employment Designed {o bring renown.
With common voice the critics .
r Music House
There Is remarkable
scarcity -
Advised "
sty t to "Boil it down. ,
of_clerks, bookkeepers and stenog-
raphers. We are doing our best to get He cooked It to a sonn.t
T Again, with lordly frowr.
red $ 1 persons of this character to >come to The arbiters of letters TITUSVILLE FLORIDATHE

the city." Repeated. "Boil it down." ,

: Foituuto MIsMBrians"When \It simmered to a quatrain.

'x., = "WITH A BOBBIBLE YELL EX JTJXTED tTP. '! was a drupgiet at Livonia, Still He in missed his ears the laurel re-echoed crown;
'' Mo.," writes T. J. Dwyer now of Greyr- "
the tonic on Sherman's Incipient bald The mandate, "Boil it down.
yule, Ma,."three of my customers were
<, spot 'The tonic burst into flames. ..
But when he boiled -
permanently cured of consumption by again it.
With a horrible yell Sherman jumped Dr. Kind's New Discovery and are well Complying with the hint '

alp; Barbers and customers fled In and strong today. One was trying to sell The oily word remaining SOHMER-CECILIAN PIANO

_, vanlc. Feeling the"bite" of the fire his property and move to Arizona, but McLandburgh Wa scorched Wilson too much in New to print.York ,

Sherman seized the first bottle handy after using New Discovery a short time Times. THE FARRAND-CECILIAN PIANO

._ and poured part of its contents on the he found it unnecessary to do so. I re .

; :flames. It was the hair tonic bottle gard Dr. King's New Discovery as the A Mountain of Gold THE CECILIAN PLAYER PIANO
most wonderful medicine in existence."
tbat he picked up. That only added Surest cough and cold care and throat and could not bring as much happiness to I ,

:fuel to the fire. lung healer. Guaranteed by Red Cross Mrs. Lucia Wilke, of Caroline,'Wis., as '-

Whlle'the"Ictlm was' stamping and Pharmacy 50c and 11. Trial bottle free. did one 25c box of Backlen's Arnica

% :writhing a barber ran up with a wet Salve, when it completely cured a run ,

towel and put out the fire. Uoraets Stop Football Game.By .- ning sore on her leg which had torturedher :
23 lout .years.: Greatest ,antiseptic 4if
about million toucbbacks-good
a healer of piles, wounds and sores. 25c at ,

: BURNING TO DEATH hot ones-a nest of hornets won the Red Cross Pharmacy. .
first game of football between elevens

= MEN FIGHT A DUEL chosen from the pupils of the Watsess- I ,.

lug school at Bloomfield, N. J Henry AN OLD ADACE :

Wltberg made a touchdown in the middle _. i'

Covered With Blaring" Oil They StntHe' of the nest. The hornets using no SAYS -. >t +

II Liner's Boiler Until signals bucked the centers and other ,

Overcome. portions of tbe players' anatomy and ''A light purse is a heavy curse" ,',i el .e .

routed them in n jiffy. 'Witberg's head Sickness makes a light purse.

Two men covered with blazing oil, was puffed up so big- that he couldn't The LIVER Is the seat of nine

open his eyes. tenths of all disease.Tull'sPiIIs.
t fought desperately in one of the boilers

of the Munson liner Mobilia at pier No.
HM 81.mb red Six Week.
2 of' the Long dock In Erie basin.
After six weeks' sleep, which has
Brooklyn. When they had been drag-
baffled all the efforts of physicians
;, aed out, dying and horribly burned. Miss Maud Snow
living In Marshall
.Mrs. Maria Savarese, keeper of a hotel
county, Minn., has started on the seventh .
near the pier, who was a nurse In Italy, ii
week. Six
weeks'ago Miss Snow
swathed both with cotton bandages to to the root of the whole matter -
told her parents that she believed she
7 soaked In an oil of her own preparation. thoroughly quickly safely
would lie down and take a nap'and
When Dennis Coakley of Hoboken. for them not to disturb her. and restore the action of the I
? and: Thomas Demarest of East New i DYER to normal condition.

York entered the boiler of the Mobilia II
There Reason
*:o clean It each carried a hand blowlamp no Give tone to the system and I
why baby should be thin and fretful
filled with gasoline, which was
solid flesh to the body.
during night. Worms are the cause -
being vaporized as it burned in a long, of thin sickly babies. It is natural thata .

darting flame. healthy baby should be fat and sleep Take No Substitute. ..

: They had just begun the,removal of well.. If your baby .does not retain its i'
A line that meets all demands Cf
the scale or lime deposit in the boiler food, don't experiment with colic cores ? '

when Coakley's lamp exploded and and other medicine but try a bottle of NOTICE OF ELECTION both as to quality and price

i scattered burning oil all over him. White's Cream Yermifnge, and you will

Demarest's lamp exploded the next soon see your baby have color and laughas h _
Price from
Selling $450 to
it should. Sold Ked
.:second and both men were wrapped inflames by Cross Pbarm- To the Sheriff of Brevard County, of the .

-, while a pile of cotton waste in acy. State on'lorida.: t
the boiler also ignited. Be it known, that I, il CLAY CRAWFORD Full particulars sent on application
of State of the State of FlorIda
Secretary -
ixteea names For a ".F.
's Instantly Coakley became a raging notice that
do hereby give a
Henry Gottbrath of Louisville, Ky.,
maniac lie would not get out.of the
holler. He blocked Pemarest's way desiring to compliment the members of GENERAL ELECTIONWill INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE TITUSYILLE8BABARD

No. 12 Engine company for having
and fought until he sank unconscious. saved his house from destruction by he held in Brevanl County, State of
.bit clothing almost burned off., Florida on Tuesday next succeeding the first
Demarest was in little better state fire said he Intended to name his' new- Monday in November, A. D. 1906. the said
ly born babe after the members of the Tuesday being the
when Joseph Looney, a night watchman
company, says a Louisville dispatch.
OB the pier, bearing groans traced SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBERFor
'them to the boiler room. He bad the child christened John Smith
'There he' Paul Graham Matt Kelly Ralph D. One Representative of the Second Congressional -
found Demarest lying of Florida in tbe
District i Sixtieth I
Brown Edward
:across Coakley'.body. He dragged tile Buckner George Boy- Congress of the United States. I AIRLINE RAILW.&Y.

men out on deck and'.then ran to tell Ian David ,MaeCorkhlll Henry Goti For Two Justices of th* Supreme Court of -FOR-

Mrs. Savarese. She tore half a dozen bratb. the State of Florida. .
For Two Railroad Commissioners for the
:shees into bandages and taking a Always Was Sick State of Florida. Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines,

large bottle of oil went to tbe steamship When a man say he always was sick- For One Member of the JTmne of Representatives Richmond Washington Baltimore.

; where she bandaged the men troubled with a cough that lasted all of the State of Florida. ,

'> from head to foot In the oil soaked winter-what would yon think if he For For County County Judge.Assessor of Taxes. Philadelphia, New York J
Ibandages. should say-he never was sick since .
using For Tai Collector '--' -- -- J
-' Dr. Blachoff of the Long bland Col- Ballard's Horehound Syrup. Such a man For County Treasurer.For .

.' ifege hospital who arrived exists. Five County Commissioner
; few mint
a mR
... "'-' vtea later in response to a harry call writes Mr.:J."For C. Clark years I of was Denver troubled, Colorado with, Public For Three Instruction.Members of the County Board of SEABOARD ssRASEABOARD: MAIL f

)'_ .: complimented Mrs. Savanae on her a severe cough that would last all winter. For Justice of the Peace in and for the fol-
..'.., ;:wart He laid Demareat might live, This cough left me in a miserable condi lowing Justice Districts, viz: So. 2, 3, 5, 7, MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
':; ,'. :!cot there was no hope for 13 19 20.
-..) Coakley. tion. I tned Ballard's Horebound Syrup For Constable in and for the following Justice -
:{ and have not had a sick day since.i That's ONLY LINEJ: : :
. .. Chapped Bud Districts, viz: No. 2, 3, 5, 7,13,10, 20.
,, x... ...l what it did for me." Sold by Red Cross In Testimony Whereof I have hereuntoset Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eaiit.
4L Wash your' hands with warm water Pharmacy. my band and affixed: the great
. ,,:f': dry with>>a towel and apply Chamberlain'i [I.. 8.] Seal of the State of Florida at Tallahassee For information and sleeper reservations call on Seaboard
y-,.! '. Salve Jolt before going to bed and a OArORXA.. ,the Capital, this the first write to agent, 01
.i- '. ., ... :- speedy core U certain. This salve is alsotineqoated Dtwtbs iksI iYallaiaBegsBgda. day of September, A. D 1906. A. 0. MAC DONELL, 8. c. BOYLSTON Jr
fOr akin diseases. For Asat. General
r Bale
by Secretary of State. | Passenger Agent, Paamagerdgent!

?f,;;r'_;>; ..aI1'd 'qllltlud, medicine dealers. ., To J.P. BKOWS, Sheriff Brevard County. JACKSONVILLE, FLA ,


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; Stie.rielt .a Sithnlastle There'.No Use A

; ..:-... :' '.;" "" '< .. -Wltaeu.' .. talking, yon can't beat Herbine for-the IleOOdAadAs.. ,

,;.;;"'i .,-.W>wiPreeidentBoofevelt, ;: recently liver. The greatest regulator ever offered si lalillg i

;'j.i :w td ed tte target practice, of the..bat4 n&tTCM LIKE CANDY to Buffering humanity.-yon suffer from gWeslol& 3eDaB 3 Bears the ::
t- liver if and
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:- tMp u._ 'Potent 1'ute Good, D. complaint, you are .
.'.1'-..; "' oft'the"port, ; ,o(. ProrIneetoini. =; Good. Verer 8tek ..W akem or Ortpej/IS'and fretful, its your liver, and Heroine will IM-\MS (

''P' ."Maur... he ',taw: your targets H Mtea Mitt health.per Addeeufa free lample,and boo put it in its proper condition. A, positive HILDHI.N M .

3 1 :riddled by shells from big guns in a ....111reb tio. w. CIIIaIIw"Tort. cure for constipation, 'biliousness, dye --, .. Signatureof

',,,, # .way' that :won big enthusiastic pepsia and all ills due to a torpid liver. DlgestionCheetf'u1- ,
; YOUR '
approval KEEP BLOOD CLEU bottle and wilt
Try a you never use any .
i. : ot. the' Work nessandHestContains ct' F" s
(the : '
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thing Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy.No of
i1.!: nay! ,a ',special dispatch to the" 'New pjaum.HorpbJne; o>r Mineral.NOTNAHCOTIC. r

,York.' shots all bits were fired in fifty-three .
? Herald. The Iir.iaifsQ
targets. were tGOO RemioM to Complala.
-a. .yards. distant, and the. ship, was fteamIng seconds, ,starting with gun unloaded. "I should think," he said to the man I .. 'ir
"No. 4 target' was 'made by H. tjo- I ....
,a| ,the rate oi ten knots an.h0U[. lesses, seaman, second pointer. He who was engaged to one of the twins, umA.ylaa -< -

pF -1 Two- :,twelve-Inch. '1W1Iwere. fired:at grouped his eight shots, all hits, about "that it would be dreadfully annoying. .r.J- '

: target, four shots each, and every the.bnllseye and fired his string in flf.- They look so much alike I don't see _

m ; .shot scored a'bit, the whole eight ty-one seconds, beginning Immediatelyafter how your an avoid" making mistakes." I i % o I I'"
"My dear sir, was the reply, "that .a.4J :
flredIn bad finished; that it 4
being>> Pendery so
) three and one-half min .
doesn't trouble me In the least I don't dibtlrl.fii. ssD
& 'utes.,The, gun pointers W. was practically a continuous string of
% were Gib
want to avoid It. Are so prosaic
S.- ,bona ,and. .(X: Blanchard, boatswain's, sixteen shots, all of them hits, made In that you can't appreciate you the advantage I e: U

fbmats, .while 'B. P. Hare seaman, 104, seconds. of getting a double allowance of bliss?" .
; .. trained the turret. After the target firing a picture was -Chicago Post. ApmtorOlMIipa: -

{""';.''<: President Roosevelt. was standing being taken, of the president when tion Sour Stom JHantoea.,

'{ where he could some one' suggested it would be fine Worms.Convulsions,feverish- "
plainly see the shots In Hard to Collect. For Oyer
i 'their flight and see them hit the targetAs to have a picture of the gun pointers. Ascum Whatever became of that ness and Loss or SLEER i ita t
"Just the said Mr. Roosevelt
w' the shells,one after.another struck queer patient you were telling me about Sign
the target he "Just what 1 want Have them all up, : ofdL&itfffi&
would bring his right fist last spring?
re* ,into*'the left palm as though he were' and we'll have a picture." Dr.' PrIce-Price-Ob, he's got a com Thirty Years =
Aft the all
gnu pointers went
striking a ,blow and, exclaim: "Bully! plaint now that's .giving me a great NEW YORK. 1.
I :That's great! ,Now* isnjt that fine appear in a-pictnrewith the deal of trouble.AscumIndeed.
president as they had been to hit the Al b months, old I IJj
to1 -* Another right through What Is It?
target for'him and show him what reliable I -
When the eighth :shot had punched Dr. Prlce-Price-Wbr, a complaintabout } MS .' F
and steady shooters they are.
a 4' its huge hole right under the bull's eye the amount of my bill.-Philadelphia I CASTO RIA .

the;president cried 'out "Eight shots Press.
-and every one, right square throughthe' FARMING TIPS FROM, BOYS. CroupA EXACT COPTOTWBAPPEB.

r. target! It's wonderful! And .
.r SOBS Show Parent How to Double reliable medicine and one that should vaaeaav..aeorsev.Newvaia.rv. ,
twelve Inch at that!
Their Yield of Corn. always be kept in the home for immediate u'
Mr. Roosevelt learned:that for more .
Professor G. D. Christie Purdue, use is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. .
4 than a year every twelve Inch shot ft will prevent the attack if given as soon .t.
Ind, assisted by L II. W: Henry, pres-
4 fired on the Missouri has t struck the ident of the farmers' institute has as the child becomes hoarse, or even afttr .,; b .
target the cough For sale by '
No. 2 target was made "by G. H. demonstrated than that the yield of corn all druggists cronpy and medicine Florida East Coast Railway
can be more : doubled when proper .. i.
P Loveland,. seaman gun pointer of No.
i. 14 six-Inch gun. The first shot struck seed is selected and the corn is raised local rime Card No. i7. In Effect September I li, I90f. '
according to scientific methods; saysa
e the bullaeye; a small square, in SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP. !
dispatch from Laport Ind. To
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of the target and the other seven
? shots struck right' around It. The the practicability" the theory more For Infants and Children. No.99 lie. 2t STATIONS 110. 78 Jlo. 8&DaUy
than a hundred plots 'were cared for DaUy Dally Ddlr

eight shots were fired In fifty-two sec In a contest in Laporte county that be-. The Kind You Have Always Bough 600pm 9208m Lv................Jacksonville................Ar 7 Spm 865amG
onds, beginning with the unloaded. ; 08pm 9 2Iam ............ South JacksonylUe..Lv 18pm 8.7am "
gun. gan last year and recently closed. The 7 20pm 1040am ...............St. Augustine................" 615pm 7451m763pm -
No. 3 target was 'made by R. E. Bears theSignature 1118am ...,.............. Ra tings..................U 5 S-Ipm 64IAm
noticeable instance where
L1 Pendery, boatswain's mate, gun point most was aboy's 8 OSpm 11 3.\am ................East J.alatka................ 5 20pm 630am .i833pm

;L of No. 2 8ix.lnchl1Il. His eightS plot wls'founq growing _along- ofTo 1200m Ar................... ................... 4 Ii.'ipm' 6 o.'iam 4 .
} er. -,.- f 743pm ll10am ................... ............ ......Ar 5 45pm 665&m .

k.-> 925pm ............ Ar.................!' ................. ............ 51aam515am
i ............ Ly.................San ................. 9 25pm906pm ............

1232pm Lv................. unuell ...................\rI30pm b3nrtm914pm
r 1240pm ...................Dupont................... -I23pm Ii OOam948pm .
113pm .................Ormond .....,............II 356pm Ii Oam1002pm
eCS6 2tpm II .................Daytona................. 45pm 448&m .
1013pm 36pm a ................Port Uranste............... 3 S5pm 4 37am {
10 3ipm Wpm ................. myrna................ ISpm .& 15&m1110am

44ipm Ar'............... Late Uelen.............'hv l00pm 61Spm :,
,' : 11 28am 4 Ii.'ipm '...............Oranl'e City................'" 12 fi(1pm 5 Wpm
11lOam I 5 Wpm .......... : City Junction...........f" 1245pm b I 50pm104.ipm

t California 21upm Lv................New myrllil. ................Ar 305pmm.&IU wit '
: : 10pm 2 -IOpm ..................Oak .................. -IOpm 33\t1.m
11 5lpm 316pm Ar..................Titusville.................. 2 Opm: 3 Warn

11 loam 5 Wpm Ar:..................Earifur, .................. 11 S. am 630pIU
',;: ;' 63(1pm 11 55am Lvi.................. .:anford..................tAr b Wpm it 1Oam115pm

316pm Lv.................. .................. 2-05pm SWam
12 Slam 3 iiII'm .....................oeoa...................l.v 12tpm 2 ram1231am
: I' tS i 3 Mpm ................Rocklctl'e................ 1 :!Opm 2 Illam10Iam
:....; ", FROMChicago 422pm .................F.allliallie................. 1 t113am
: 4 IOf'm .................\Ielbnllrne................. 123i'pm 137au.
,, 156am IOpm I I" ................. Sebastian ................. 11 62am 126.1am '
'j' 248am Wpm I .................... ... .. 1058am 12 OOn't
: gfoam I 61ipm II" ................Fort Pierce................ 1050am 11 5.'pm330am
I 637rm I ...................TU.balb.................. .. 1017am 1119pm
Slam J 6 'lIlm ....................I-dl.'n.: ................... 10138m ll1ipm
: $33.00 -lOam I 6 4rpm ...................Jen-en..1: 10 OIam 11091im
Y. 21 Slam 6 71m, I" ...................Stuart..................., .. 10 foam 10 Wpm
42Uam 2.1pm.. ................n.obel"'ut ................ II 9 alam 102lrmlOam i
;.. ".,. 4 i 40pm I ................West Jupiter................ II 91Sam 10o!pmr515am
S l3pm ..............We Palm ealh............. II 8 -I5am 9 3Upu j.,
5 43am: 841pm I. .................&ynton.................. .. 8jam 9 olpm
SIam 8 An\ ...................lJelray...._............. .. 81am: 8 Wpm E
-I8am -IOIm ..............J-'ort Lan.h.rdale............ II 726am 7 f,9pmI
I) ; -171'01 (I" ....................lraula.................. 7 19am 7 yPrm
: St. Louis 100am II 5IIpm .................lIaliandale................. II 7 09am 73!>Im
; Mam 102Upm +I" ...............I.emoll (1t1................ 64-'lam HJ'D1
7 51Jam 19: 3U.m Ar................... :\ .................... 635am 700pm8UOam
II f. ............ ,Lv'.................bllaml...................IAr ............ 3 O'pm) .
10JQm ... ........ .Art................h ................: ............ L 3QJm '
...' .4 --" 1 -
; liuflct Parlor Cars on trains 20 and 78 Buffet Sleeping Cars on trains 3 and 98. 0 t

: t,Dally, except.Minday. ..
Rates -= -- -:= =- =
Low One-Way Every Day ----7.-, -
10.23 .2'i No.20
: No.1 Daily No.18 No.n
Sund.&r I Sunday ,I Dally I Eacgl Dull, Sunday Dally .
Only Only Sunday 011 r .
: To October 31 1906 I I I -- .
200rm 1010am !610pm 9 OOam Lv..Jaek.. onv111e..Ar 7 4aam 1230pm 5 OOpm
? 2 toIl'ID W lRam 61bpm 9 ()lam I .....SOuth Jacksouvllle..Lv: 7 37am!12pm 2'lJlm
: 2 1010am j 9 39am ........I'ablo Beach........ II (17 l6amlll) 5IJIUD fJOpD
..' 2 4pm 105am: ((6 5upm'l 941am 'I" ......Atlantic Beach....... 700amt114aam,
E ;:. via ,300 m lllOam !7 IOpmllO OOam ........... )' .....:....: 4)amjll 3ORn 14."opm i

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:3. : Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company. F

Havana and Key West. .
x Union Pacific __-_

: L? MIAMI. ....Toe-days. JatnrdaYL..ll: 40pm I LT IAl'ANA..Thrtsdays....... 12 0"n'ArKKVUKST
T .F ArKtA \U:,.T..tte ; LvhEi'WEST..Wednesdays..6Wpm LvFE11F'T Thursday, Mondayi. '
ArllAVANA.........Thursdays, ........ 80am I Ar MIAMI ....'rldays.TuejaYI.... l)30pm rijpia .
Additional Sailings between Key West and Havana.
.,: 'j' '<1' Lv KEY W Ei-T....Mondays. Friday.... 8 80pm i 1.vIEAlAXA..Tneslaya.S.turdays.l'rlat'u, ao ,
: r. ArIIAVANA..TueIdaysSaturdayL... 30am KtYWE..T.Tue3dly.'aturdll Otj.m. f"
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from the >several>stations but their arrival or departure at the times stated la tint tniaranieel

.',' -, J tf"rb this Company to be held responsible for any delays or any con eqnenc- artsins;tbT' -, f-'om... :.

1f.t.J. ": .. For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information '
Be sure your tickets read over this line "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

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fiauhinjt;on that.,day. be tint
'' -- ', must have plenty of grit, courage General Bisloiss..
.x fifty yeare of hie lif While himself and Banking sR

fealty,ITMB taking npper".with. Grandma" strength. How is it.with Largest and Oldest. oj

f Huoeon,;'the*friends and,:neighbors took the children? Are they thin, Bank 'on the .River: /

poeaession: of the Manson_cottage, andwbenWVetonied pale, delicate? Do' not forget Exchange -Bought and Sold on All :: I

1JBWkOTES : gave him a genuine Ayer's' Sarsaparilla. You Foreign Countries., s '
: other' '
surprinJ/Ambng the guests were '
service -
Patronage appreciated. Prompt
makes the blood
T Tf P'i* seven *gbo8 in masks and winding know it pure polite treatment and every fi vor consistent ;

:. -.i, Id ;'TUlt' Iclp,{to Mite sheeta (ghosts are often,' seen about this and: rich, and builds.up the with conservative banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS' .

time:o/; 'the year) who, caused much fan general health in every way. : Florida
p tfc full j Iefspip r Empire Trust Company,N. Yn
in the company. Everyone trying to The eilVtna ennnot poMlbly haTe Rood Ji I.I1th.h National Bank of Jacksonville Jacksonville
!.M the bowel rom proper eourtlttou. rrrct Fla.
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use just who they were. .
c'c guess imall laxativeofAjtrtriU
H JOOODA: ny constipation by pUius .
: .All t!< '
yY doses tegeuble ug TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
i. : Mrs.J.'M,Packard'returned on MonR' Next Thursday all the folk In'wwo ,j .*>'
to meet at church at 9 o'clock. The Xaeabyt0.Lye: ,O&.LcnreD......
F day from an outing in Asheville,N. C. J. AlIO .Mufatctarw or '-

; = .Ip'An interesting."gam*;of base ball between ladies will bring lunch, also brooms, HAIR VIGOR. E. L. BRADY &. BRO. :
and fraternities mope,, etc. The: gentlemen are to bringhoes' eIChAGUE CURE.! ,
'the senior junior
: and rakes and the church and the PECTORAL.
-of the High school Monday came Los grounds around it will be put in first We hare no Rent! We pnbUib. Groceries Hay Grain and all Food Products
q add3O ending, by John Bracco being hit the formu'M of art our medieinei.Ean _
class order. Everyone come work and .. ._
"' OD the nose bbl foal ball.. While it was : z 7 We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mape 'tertniera.We deal exchuivelj
*: j ; play'and; enjoy the picnic dinner. in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write at for prices 69
i4: painful experience we hope it will note ; Gallie on Saturday in his fast launch Grain and all Groceries,delivered at your station. E.L.BRADY &BBXTiTUBmuc,FlA
one. Mr and Mrs. Kingaley l write they will
a serious and fair prices for his crop.of T
be here the first week in Dec. Some othersare reports
,: Mr. Geo. Huston lain Buffalo, N. Y.:, pines shipped through this town by the
expected intime'for
Thanksgiving S. J. NORTON9
3 Negotiating for our electric light plant. dinner.In F. E. C. Line. t

.' 'J"f _- fie intends furnishing lights for the town Some fine turkeys pasted through Ean Hay; (irain,'Fruit and .
; of Cocoa and.vicinity. clime i its colors nnfarled &Staple and Fancy Groceries
},4.":' every are Gallie on Wednesday. They were for Produce of all Kinds,
\. Mrs-JLB.: Holmes and Misi Kate Eyer Its fame has spread from sea to sea; ,
Capt. Frink, of the East Coast Turpen
.'Be not surprised if in the other world, VEGETABLES SPECIALTY
s are at home, having spent several months tine Co.
t a:,/' Yon hear of Rocky Mountain Tea.
in New York state and city. Ask druggist. Titusville. 'a I'F1or1d.a..
your Mrs. Quantock, of Georgia, who."is visiting
,f -'- Mr. Carl Curtis and Mr. Watt,'repre- her sister and brother-in-law of the

dentin a piano company, have been re- LOTUS. I East Coast Turpentine Co., leaves for her >
sewing old acquaintances and making Mr. J. Ennis, of Titnsville, is visiting home next week.A. WHITEHALL PORTLAND CEMENT
in Cocoa of late. his sister, Mrs. S. A. Osteen, of this
Mew ones N. Mathers has completed his new .

Mir., and Mrs John McDonald passed place. launch and she is a beauty, C.H. Casper, I II f

through here Sunday to their winter Mr. D. A. Ramsey spent Saturday and I of Tropic, was the builder. This craft 500 Barrels will be received in the next -

tt, t Aome,at+ Indianola, from a.summer inMassachusetts. Sunday with his family.Mr. I will cost in the neighborhood of$750.

; A number of their friends and Mrs. Walker spent Sunday in : Several new launches were added to 60 days. Costs a little more than other ce-

from Indianola were here to meet them Georgiana visiting Mr. and Mrs. Linda. Ean Gallie's fleet this fall. ment, but is better.

f.. :) ,. son Saturday. bury. Mrs. S. E. Barbour'and Mrs. Frend, of EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,

Mr., Tom Mitchell stopped over on his Mrs. Green is expected back this week Patersqn, N. J., arrived in Ean Gallie oS .
t rway to Key West last Friday. from her summer outing. Tuesday. Mrs. Barbour owns beautiful Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material.

i Mr. 8. F. Travis has purchased the Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Osteen'' entertainedlast home in this town and some valuable Eau Gallie, Florida.

'Wood property opposite the railroad deI Saturday evening with cards and groves. .
v. ,
?pot. music. Those present report a delightfultime.

:' i.'r Mr. and Mrs. S. Cbilda and daughter, MKLBOUBMK.: PAINTING
exm y ilEHizabetli home Mr. and Mrs. of Messrs. N. Downey and Lon Adams
tt. are at having spent the Tucker Stuart, were
I summer in Washington, D. C. Mr. Childs visiting Dr. Capron's family this week. have been painting Miss M. Miday's cotige -

'_ i' } .as having hia handsome property on the Mr. and Mrs. Tucker, Dr. Carpron and and now it looks trim and neat Paper Hanging, Kalsomining, Tarnishing, Staining, Finishing,

r-; ; Driver road put in good shape. daughter were visitors to Cocoa Monday. A number of pleasant guests are stop Sign Painting of all Kinds, Etc.

j!\ 0. K. Key's stable is completed after Little Miss Mamie Ramsey is in Titos- ping at Hotel Carleton.Mr. Old Furniture made to look like new. Mirrors made and Resilvered. Reasonable Rates

n ,I .Having to wait sometime. for the arrival vile with her parents. She is much and Mrs. Henry Whiting arrived V. Wa ELDRED

.c F S x ,-.1 of material. missed in the school here. Sunday morning from Oberlin, Ohio, and

4 Mr. R. Wesley Joyner was ''in town We notice new parties looking for are at present among the guests at the Location: Scrimueour Building, on Washington Aeenne, next door north of Lesley's

'Friday enroute to Indianola. places to purchase in Lotus. We don't Grand View. Tltvisxrillo, Florid

We bear that the railroad spur to the blame them and hope them every success I Mrs. Raymond, of Chicago, has rented -.------ ---

x k rive at Rockledge has been removed for the groves and trnckgardens are look. the McFariand cottage for a year. This .

,: and that a depot will be built on the ing fine and promising a fine crop. is another pleasant family for Mel- Victor Edison and
main line there will be bourne's! social circle. I inr Talkopbone
% > a driveway to Our school will soon close much to the
the river.A Dr. Houghton, of the Dentos, has! rem r
I regret of the pupils and parents as the jt:11t1: Talking Machines Supplies and
\: Jr( party of men made the trip to Ocean weather is so nice and cool now. mbered some of his Melbourne friends ,
in Bart F eld's with souvenir postals of his pretty summer Records sold lie(
c.. mu on Saturday boat. The topic among the people for this by
Westerville Ohio.
cottage at ,
Mr. John'Taylor made a trip to Titus- week is several plans of ghosts for Hal-
'" vile on Monday. lowe'en. Wonder if any one will see a Capt. J. S. Sammis writes that he hopes INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE
)', to be in his Melbourne home by Novem
a. Mr. M. Thompson arrived here on last real ghost? It being full moon the evenings -
ber. His host of friends will be glad to I
t c Yriday on his way to his home at Mer- are beautiful, just time for ghosts to TITUSYILLE FLORIDA
,. see his bright face again.
Tttt Hie sister-in-law, Mrs. Duff, who creep around.

i L fas had charge of his home during his BAN Mr. C. M. Beaujean has been laid up .
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since Sunday with a creak in his bat k.
... :absence in Ohio,. will leave on Saturday
% .for her home. Mrs. Duff has made many Little Hazel Ragan had narrow escape Editor E. D. Oslin, of Southern Pines, I

t : 'r. friends during her sojourn among as and from drowning Tuesday morning.She spent a part of this week with his mother '
$ t.- tthey regret her departure.The fell into the river, but by chance was and brother at the Melbourne Times ,

', scholars of the High school have in seen for by her.her father, who hurriedly sprang home. Mr. Oslin is looking well and he The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Go.

enjoys visiting his old Melbourne home. '
+; : .. -so many important things to discuss LOW
.....-. vthat they are very. busy. This is examination Mr. Robert Mathers, of Miami, wasSailing His friends are always pleased to eee him. ; "

t week and next Friday the club his brother, Mr. L. Mathers, Miss Gladys Wells, a bright young lady ;
: has a Longfellow day; besides the class : favorite, of Lake George, N. Y., is againat ,
2 ., tpapen, which we hear are very interest- Mrs. Ragan, who has been visiting in her lovely Melbourne home for the .

}?' dug and contain some good suggestions.Mrs. Georgia for the past two months, returned winter. : 1BUILDERS'

"Ii" C. J.Scboonmaker is recovering home Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Earl Alden and three eons, from : Plumbing and Metal Work

'from her accident but is not able to movearound R. B. Stewart's family were visit- Waukegan, III., are in the Powell cottage :

t'r .'f".: .: yet. ing friends here Sunday.Mrs. on the bluff for the season.!' I

r i < We are enjoying some lovely moon- Casper, Mrs.'Ensey and Mr. Hen- HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS

.'.w = r ; .: Sight nights present. ry Casper, of Tropic, were guests of Mrs. Deaths from Appendicitis
.... Schofield decrease in the same ratio that the use of :
Monday evenirrg, Mrs. C. L.
Mr. Remsen and Mr. Will Rem-
Dr. King's New Life Pills increases. They Agricultural Implements
sen, of Long Island, N. Y., arrived on Stewart and family were also pleasant save yon from danger and bring quick
will visitors the same evening.Mr. and release from .
sy Wednesday. They spend the winter painless constipation
... .as usual in Mr. A. I, Moore's cottage on B. D. Jermigan is shipping grape. and the il's growing out of it. Strengthand .. SANFORD FLORIDA
+' the river. fruit. vigor always follow their use. Guaranteed ,
a- z by Red Cross Pharmacy. 25c. Try .
i' Died on Oct. 30th, 1906, Mrs. J. Walton -
..: f 5 in her 87th year. Mrs. Walton has Your stomach churns and digests! the mpMMm
food you eat and if foul, or torpid, or out them.H.
; $f ..- been in poor health for some time. Col. of order{ your whole system suffers from Y. Pitts --- --- -- .-- ---
.." Travis kindly took charge of the funeral blood poison. Hollister's! Rocky MountainTea
v -aa Mr. Huston is absent in the north. keeps you well. 35 cents, Tea or Tab- Successor to R. L. MOTLOW
lets. Ask druggist
.. The body was interred in the Cocoa cemetery your JACH1J1IRNUBLCK

". t; &: a number of our prominent citizens CAD OALLIK.

1 attending. Mrs. Houston and her family Cooler
weather for the past week.
w have the sympathy of the community. '
Dir and Mrs. N. S. Johnson, of Chi
: Taken as directed, it becomes the great1. cago, arrived in Ban Gallie Sunday and "
; \0 -eat curative agent for the relief of suffer are domiciled at The Inn. 1
r :1. :ing humanity ever devised. Such is Hol-! I
.. C. C. Pingrey, of Delevan, N. Y., has
;. ? lister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents Loaded Black Powder Shells
leased one of his cottages for the coming
p J.: : "Tea or Tablets. Ask your druggist.
winter The "!iC
-i. season. tenants will soon take
v GEORGIAN possession. Shoot Strong and Evenly,
gsec'At' : N ,
L Mr. Jones; and 'Mr. Stark, of Horti, Capt. Bennett" is in Titnsville this week IN Are Sure Fire :

were doing business in town on Wednasday. having his houseboat hauled out and copper k

,. painted on Nelson's ways. Will Stand Reloading. \

A.:B.Outer arrived home from Titoa- Mrs. E. B. Taylor and little son returned vWJTT

y > "ville about three! o'clock Soaday. morning. to Eau Gallie from a visit. to Ras.sell rRtr. They Always Get The Game

4 r JLn acculeat made the pttneger trains... HI., this_week. Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers,

,. late that'dy.s : x Miss Allie Nicholson, of Melbourne, ia Ales, Stout, Etc. r For Sale Everywhere. f -

mi y Mrs. Devoe Same ;expels to return the guest of Mrs.C. L.Taylor this week. TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA r

9 .., .home the last of this week. .Wm.T. Wells,'of Melbourne, was in IQJSend me your orders f'

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