The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
November 9, 1906


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


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

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

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


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:r rv. .:iJ;;, 1: ;s*_ .i"ly1'1.t'.,..": ( ., i. t. Si'ts.-}month s<5**' -> ?'-I.lorL.- ;:8CHLOSS BROS' FINE CLOTHING. Penney A\Banning, haVe he..1ar&esi of taffeta, all color including s black and .Mrs. S. E. Rice, Jr., went to'.Jacksonville '?\ '," "
-" white, trimmed -worth J Yiry.
'''' pi & ; 4 PARAGON PANTS.. line of and shoes shown handsomely 18.00 '. .'
!:'..,.4 he, fi' 'ladiaa BireeloidCsale.. House: Dwnt etApp SHOES. boys' girls' aI$6.4't. Wednesday afternoon to take in the.- .
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.rf- W 'ltl? l.-YiD" "M"ti '$; ; perMn naliiind .CROSSETT SHOES.HA .. in Titusville. They:guarantee every pair. ; Another lot,'_bi& madras shirt waist, Carnival. I. r "

i 't1 V i mJerl.. t ibPrinUn<:' to TDer. Bofficof *. __: WES HATS..' :. Perhaps yon need braver>> something new and up-to-date. handsomely tailored, Fresh bread, cakes, pies and fancy pas., < ':
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*7fi; .. \j-f... 'I" a KNOX HATSYE : -6 worth |2 60,'Monday onl$1.49. ..
; tJlO.'I'I..l.? ''-' Y'' -' OTETKW HATS. that will give you energy, life and ambi-: Also another lot, special price of$1 $9 try received from Sanford, Fla., daily

_ .it&t.t. ,...". .Oateea.anJ'' ion/ Lotuf' 'INTERNATIONAL SHIRTS. tion.: A suggestion. ., :''Try;'fcfW... Harperwhiskey. Ladies' cravanettes in the latest styles ,Phone 11.., .C. COLUXS. f 1

_ r.l 't..:psW1 &ru oflke"a;short "call, yester- E A'W; COLLARS. .. Sold- )by). H." y Pius and, -F.:..A. handsomely tailored,. in solid colors and Mr. Earl L., Roes, of Jacksonville ;. ..s-r:. ',
\f: t >St1 "''-< J""i","' --" V.* QUEEN! QUALITY' SHOES FOR LADIES. Loeley.While l OTerplaida, ranging in price from $6.00 to :
,adaFJnrtni''fo'J .. ..*. '18.00. spent Friday and Saturday in town en '

:B Gr Pharmacy installed'another -- Men and boys It will ..yyoo to visit in New York this\summer Mrs. Ladies! dress coats in .all the latest route to Miami and Key West. -

'' 'wlesman'i for Corwih purchased a fine granite monument shades and. latest styles prices ranging Mrs. M. Burns
2MaetOmi: *lent showjlrtwijayj our store we can please von. ti : of Canaveral, arrived
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from |5 00 to $1800. .
," '! 'i ."f : PENNEY A BRANNING, which she has had placed at the yesterday from the north having '
_ ; )' r,.!! lk.,'ijje.f t $ -,,' fr lrineclothing; Shoe; Hats, Men's and White madras for shirt waists in new epantthe
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_ ;.}: : g!f:;a jf fr Jftoflf of wild dicks'have'been flyingfgfe Boys'. Furnishings. ... Titusville, Fla..' grave of'her late husband- in Titasville and up-to-date designs, worth 40 and 50 shmmer at her,old home in Connect ..
:>- 'r dultireftbrapailkn.dayr.acdta : cemetery. cents per yard Monday's' special 25 icut. i :-

_ j"" \:t i.' ..tbe"l J'I' :are-' already' ; .getting. ; theirvv&f Death of Maurice F. OtoldamithMaurice1 A dividing partition was 'built in the cents.Black" ami eiikj36 inches wide, especially -!. Miss Lena Mendel went to Daytona on -I..},
_ .ct: i' ground floor ,of the, Masonic building
-t.. .. 't.s, ::;!,.., '" F. Goldsmith, formerly a,resident good for underskirts, worth 30 cents, : Wednesday afternoon to open up her ,
.., 1t""t -0; "' > this week; dividing Walker ,Grocery Monday only, 25 cents yard. ; dress establishment winter .
four per making for the
a IDr" :F;H, BoaPioz,arriv. d iD' Da1- of Titusvillei. but for the past Australian all 'wool blankets bound'
'*" ; : from the jewelry department of G. L. '
li J'Y" toGa asiegicut'Caotombiii: Ohio.. Mrs or,five yean of Fort Pierce, died Sunday Mandavflle with 'silk ll>4s, extra heavy weight, season. ',..'

y ;r Hoajlhton'-.will' :follow Fn' the Railway hospital at StAugustine _0I11i$8.00. Monday's special $4 98. The lannch Widgeon, owned by the ''

;,,;.J,: .I: '. ., ...- .t "" after a, lingering illness of Mrs. Lillian Britton; who has been Also another lot of the same in lighter. Canaveral club, was put into commission.

e. t several"'weeB from complication of living in Connecticut and Massachusetts weight ll-4s, borders red and light blue, this week. Mr. Floyd Qnarterman will
t, : ;Miss g W.. Brown: arrived Tuesday to a worth $4.00, special $2.98. .
for the eight arrived last Saturday
.. ::1Ikeoharge of. affairs. at..the'Canaveral ailments resulting' from nervous pros- past years, Ladit'8' umbrellas, 26 inch, made of a have charge as engineer.; :

;'$' Wob house and went to .bet='destination tration. for a avian to,her mother, Mrs. E. good quality of gloria silk in endless variety Mrs.. A... A. Monroe and her little stepson 'i ;

r ; boo, :tie dab'.launch,:WldpoD,1ee&eida) The 'news ;was. startling as Mr. Gold Roberto- of Mima.'* of nice handles' worth f2.00,'speeW and daughter Townsend and Vernie, i
. smith's condition had been Mrs. C. W Harrison Cocoa, is expecting t
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_ '' as arrived home last Saturday afternoonV .
1J kVMace
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*: "- .; : :, : 'arrived from New ., Same in Men's 28 inch. .,
'.'Ue 'York\8ioday afternoon and is f'l located at better- .Since the. deceased left Titusville, her granddaughter, Miss Mildred If yon are in .need of any dressgoods from spending the summer in North =i

1 t-, :theRiver.View for the eeaaoa'Bic i many as;above stated, !eome'four'orfiveyears Harrison. to spend the winter with (her. ,there is no dooM we have> the beet selections Florida and Georgia. I t j

ago he was associated :with Mr. W. N. Miss Harrison, was here two years ago of the market in grays ,and over-
,, 'trIeDdaare: pSewed tolrelcome:him back plaids, black, bloeaand whites, in fact The houseboat Everglade, with her.
made who will be
Hendry in furnishing businessat and friends '
j y. ,toTitosville.Mn.' a I gent's many all the leading shades,prices ranging from owner, Col. R. M. Thompson, and a
2 :Fort Pierce which proved to be a pleased to see her on Indian river again. '
; prom 19 cents to $2 50 yard.
1 ; .Wine children left,Tuet- per party of friends on board, is now on a f
; ao1\ fitabletodertatiog. Overwork however, Mr. and Mn. B. ,F. Ives and their Boys' bloomer or knickerbocker 'roussei'll cruise down the Florida
r Il' .day..for her borne in Wankeenab Fla., resulted made by one of the best tailors, sizes among keys.
finally .in acute'nenoua postra-
son, Mr. Bert Ives, and their two daughters -
fl } :for;a 's* y of a month: or .so, hoping the tion ,and this with.a return of a former the Misses Laura and Elsie Ives, 5 to 17, in all the latest styles and mate They will probably Miami.visit Key West before r
rials to
trio !bebeneficial to' her'health specialtOO per pair. returning
; e bange : .
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trouble, facial J paralysis, caosed'him togo
tf" arrived Thursday night of last week from Baster Brown stockings and Buster
and that of the children. The town council UM t Tuesday evening
.. to St. Augustine for treatment.Mr. Philadelphia, to. spend the winier as is Browne sister stockings pat np four pairin

. T. 'Mr0.R, ';fd;.Gardner has/been confined 'GoldBmkh is survived by his wife their usual custom their Florida homein a box, price $1.00, also a rag doll will and aside from the usual routine business
t be given with box and a jack o'lan transacted, the marshal was instructed to
: bit home rinee his:' from Alaba! every
ir to return and little four-year-old
son,' Benjamin, LaGrange. We pleased to Mr.
1 are see tern as a souvenir Of coarse it is hardly
see that uncleared lob in town be"divest'ed
t I'm ::with' ai'severe cold which wa contracted both of whom WeN with
him'When the
: Bert lyes looking so well,he having been necessary for as to say that this is one of
' i(::1;. M on the sleeper while en route. final summons came. Also two
., .We. are glad to see'him ont again. He' was 35 years of age, born in Columbia Boys' suits made of a good quality of of some unimproved lots very
Thibet, black, blue and mixtures much. ,
!f...". : The Sterling its ,doors to the S.'c., and came to Titasville with Democrat Net Gain 27 Congressmen made by one of navy the beet tailors, sizes from R

fi '-* putflc last Saturday a first class board- his father and family in 1891. He was a Election returns received so far show 6 to 16, special $2 98. Mr. A. P. Canova writes the editor of

t,, , ..bouse. TitasviHe bids fair to be well member of the Methodist church and a that the Republicans have elected 223 Mail orders promptly filled on any of THE STAB that the Tribune Publishing '

:if."": .. supplied for ,'he'comiDit reason with prominent member and past grand master congressmen and the Democrats 163. the above goods. company, of Tampa, is printing his book

houses let the tourists of Fort Pierce Lodge of Odd Fellows.He Jruca KLINE, entitled "Life and Adventures in Flor-
i '. .boarding so come The Democrats have lost four and have Titoaville, Fla.
: ga5 was also an F. & A. M. trained thirty-one congressmen, as follows: Telephone No. 8. ida;" which will be issued on or before

.'1i't'.. on.Mr. the 15th of this month. The book will
: .' : J. L. Mobley brought the new The body was brought to Titusville Illinois 5, Indiana 2, Iowa 1, Maryland 1,

i ,; Toppan whale boat'owned by.Mr. Mace Sunday night, accompanied by Mrs. Minnesota 1, Missouri 6, Nebraska 1, Church NoticesW. be very interesting and will be sold at 35

:" from,'Jacksonville to Salt Lake.last week Goldsmith and little eon also his brother New Jersey 3, New York 1, North Care F. Shoemaker will preach in the cents post paid.

ft. "t. and .then it was hauled overland to the Mr. W. E. Goldsmith.The lina 1, Ohio 3, Pennsylvania 5, Wisconsin LaGrange church net Sunday, Nov. 11th, Capt. Jack Mooney, who sailed Indian

-tit. river, This is a neat'little craft about 20 funeral service was held at the 1.The. at the usual hours. All are invited to be river for many years, was among the lost

it.!: : "fI" feet long and equipped wtli.a""3 h. p. Methodist church Monday morning Republicans gained one in Maryland present off the Florida Keys during the recent

li. motor. i 10 o'clock Rev. A. D. Penney. officiating, two in Kentucky and one in West St. Marks P. E. church, Cocoa morning hurricane. Mr. J. T. Padgett, formerly of

Nt" and the interment was made with all the Virginia, making the net Democratic Jensen, was on board quarter boat No. 4.
. A letter received from Misa Louise M. prayer and sermon on Sunday morn .
honors of the Masonic order in the He amved in Fort Pierce last week haying '
familylot gain of 27. >
;} Powe, who'is now in Newton, Maw., ing, Nor. llth, at 11 o'clock.W. .
U.lhe.lped.torelCh in LaGrange cemetery, where his H. CRSSSOX, layreader. had a narrow escape. He aye that '
states Rockledge
father and,mother had preceded him. Brevard.Votes For Drainage out of 160 only 70 were saved. f
f V early in :December for a two month's Service at the Catholic church on Sun 1
"'" ; A delegation of Odd Fellow from Ft. All the returns from the thirteen precincts .

t;aniumn Pierce attended the funeral and served as in this county were delivered at day, Nov. 11th, at 7:50 p. m. Father Marriage at Oateen .
Curley will give a lecture in the Catholic
pail: bearers. the court house by Wednesday afternoon Clifford E. Godbee, of Sanford Fla.,
F' /.. but a storm with high wind the latter church, taking as his subject: "The One
Mrs. Goldsmith it will be remembered at 2:30 o'clock. I and Miss Emma Graves, of Odleen, Fla., a
part of October entirely.denuded the trees True Church of Christ'i There is a cordial -
is a sister of Mr. Forrest Baldwin The vote on the drainage amendment were united in marriage at the home of s
'of their ,leaves, so that now they only welcome extended to all. The Holy '
t engineer on the F. E.' C. railway and being the real feature of general interestthe the bride's parents in Osteen, on laat -
.'r.- have the. bright green lawns left from Sacrifice of the Mass will be offered up on
she formerly resided in Titusville with : following table gives the result approximately Monday, Nov. 5th, 1906, at <6:30< p. m.
;V,.., summer.. her brotlier. I Monday morning at 7 o'clock. of Tituaville .
!1i' in Brevard, which shows a \ Rev.'W. F. Allen performed

.:' '"; County Affairs majority of 79 in favor of the amendment. Services at the Methodist church, Tit the ceremony.
.... SPECIAL: PRICES usville, next Sunday Nov. 11th, as follows -
without the of Grant .
:; e ; County Treasurer John Henry has vote precinct:
: Sunday school at 10 a. m., preaching Indian River Hotel Recent Arrival I
"' .' been 'employed by the board of county In .Kline's Gents' Furnishing and Maj.against Maj.for t ?
l Amendment Amend't at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Also Jas E Andrews Ft Pierce J .
>> < ,eoanDiooel'llto make monthly Clothing Department Jude ;
,. up preaching services will be held at Mime McWilliams Jacksonville Judge M H
\, LaGrange _._____ 8 ;
statements to the..state auditor for the u
We count ourselves fortunate indeed Titusville________ 0 0 at 3 p m. Everybody is invited to these Jones, City; Col W W Erwin Miami; W
: { f. board; and he is allowed. .the sum of$100 to carry the A. B. Kirschbaum City Point________ 15 meetings. A Arnold Houston, Tex; Chas Wilson,

per year for such service payable quarter clothing. Cocoa _____________ 30 W. F. ALLEN Pastor. Jacksonville; W. F.Cavanaugh Augusta
}t .", ly. The 'tax /books for 1906 nave been Their tailoring is the Eau Gallic_________ 0 0 Ga; B Q Meng, N Y; 0 B Floyd, Orlando; &
'1" '. examined and compared by the county supreme Melbourne _____... 0 0 E L R<>33, Jacksonville; Geo G Carrie : -
nice line of
Store has
expression of fashion, the ultimateof The Novelty a West Palm Beach E F Miscally, Charleston -
t: commissioners; found correct and accepted Malabar __________ 10 ;
and approved. *. fit and finish.If *Grant______1_____ folding lunch boxes, 20 cents colanders S C; J F Gayfonl, Oak Hill; EmmorH
( 20 cents apiece, window shade, 35 cents Lw, Jacksonville W E Scott, Phila t
any sort of tailoring will do, Banyan _______u__ ].I books ;
a pair stationery notions post 0 A Sanford Prof R E lims, Bon-
Tally, ; ;
_________ 12
L FURNITURE count out. If wish Georgiana card
:, us you your Merritt------------ 8 candy, toys, etc. aventure; W S Norwood, City; W P i.

r'L,' :-.'. ,DRY NOTIONS GOODS, clothing) to be of distinction at moderate Canaveral _______u 8- I.Titusville M. DOIJHOX Fla. Chambers, Atlanta; L Moreton Murray,

t .' v cost count us in.JULIUS. Haulover____ .____ 10 Daytona; H Liddon Jacksonville; Col
:; EDISON and -
; ; : W J Duncan, N Y; Wm T Moore Jacksonville -
I.. -. ,; < DRY BATtERIEsSHOES ,- KLINE, -18 -97 Death of MiN Maud Stanford ; Irs B P Wall Master Louie
::: and Titusville Florida.
\ Wail, Jacksonville. ,-
rtl< BOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS. Telephone No. 8. *Mr. Jorgensen, who brought up the iV Last Friday evening at 8 o'clock Miss

', .- :',:. J Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 31. returns from Grant, was not sure of the Maud Stanford who came here about For Sale ,

f. :. : Dental NoticeJ. vote in his precinct on the amendment, two weeks ago with her brother from stop
'. THX INDIAN BlVD HOTEL One heavy wood oz wagon one
r.--:'- ;.'' hot and cold baths and inside W. Newman, D. D. Si:, of the firm but it was small-only three or four votes Livingston county, Kentucky, died with surrey, one three acre young orange's
r <. .Provides of Macy & Newman, of West Palm eiter for or against. consumption. She came hopingthe change grove part bearing fruit, river front. jii
: floors bed
.: toilets airy overlooking -
V:. : on two the river,,iample'rooJDl rooms,' oozy Beach, will be in Titusville for a few The vote was tied in Titusville, 38; in would help her, but the all-wise Creator Write or call on E. B.'AK.VOJU Malabar, i
days fully prepared to attend to den- Fla.
Fconsultation rooms, lal'Je.COQl, dining tal work. He has his office in the any hrickj Eau Gallic, 15; and in Melbourne, 7. had decreed otherwise. The end came f r

: rooms, free library with the leading daily building opposite the court house, wherehe The returns in Brevard Trill probablybe peacefully, and she passed away without NUKSKRY STOCK FOR BALL
,;'. ,' and weekly papers on file, free telephone I Citrus stock grown on high pine land.
will all if
pleased to see want canvassed today. pain or suffering, as quietly falling
;;,, for guests, free use of typewritingmach. first class work done. I I Indian River Nurseries, established 1826. -
;, ine. ElectrkHighta throughout the entire asleep; age, 18 years. ,Send for catalogue, Toledo and. Vest ;
',. building inside 'and out ,Open day ,Wall Paper For Sale She leaves a father mother sister and Palm Beach, Fla.

,0" ." .and ,night, atte ftt.l'OrteII'attend all y. W. EMred,painter and paper hanger My place here known as Ceres, 25 acres; young brother. The latter was with her to I .
trains five minutes walk from the Draying
only has over a thousand samples of wallpaper fronts on river half mile from the inlet the last
jf: :-,'} station. Good fishing from hotel dock. costing from S cents roll and opposite the railroad station;adjoins Draying or hauling of all kinds promptly <
ii.r'. per up Rev. W. F. Allen conducted the funeral atteuded to. Meets all trains. Stove
> government reserve on which is the
1 and aim baa substitute for cheesecloth
_. ::. '" Pony For Bale in paper that ia;kas' expensive and far weather .bureau, lighthouse and naval services Saturday and she was laid to wood for. sale at all times.H. .- _

.One works in wireless stations; 6 room dwelling and rest in Titusville cemetery. E. HOLTOX,
try: _' bay pony! mare, genes better SampJea.of these,'materials sub .
f::: ,('" ,'doable orsi .le hafaIN under. J: sad- mitted at your,mideno or place of business packinghouse, both old;eome grapefruit, Titasville, Fla.

; :;"' die I age seven yean and sound.: : and atitlmstssgitntt for the work if oranges and guavas; 5 acres of pineapples Orange Wraps GUlf REPAIR SHOP
:' 'F. H. BOY{,1'itanUII.F1a.; deEii d. ** : ; in fine condition fertilized and good for
.i;{" .f.1, .. ; ..sV_. 1,000 crates next season. Splendid hunting Carload of those elegant silk tissue I Send your guns for repairs to Henry s I
:, ,: : ._ : VV V' ForSala "- Cll.'it TitusviHe ai' :J received. if Benecke. All work thoroughly done
:Livery, ,rear o/ fishing and salt water bathing. price wraps just Send to us -".00
f- .: ; v Connecticut-built: ,catboat,'iWo unite of BobbiDl'-Ja.;o ce, for stylish .rigs. f3, 00. .. want the very beet paper. Guns loose. in the breech tightened equalto '.

:,': :. eaila,.- .and tea ballast tags. A Leave your orders fir. .hauling, both dob* HAIL P. BARDLN, EAST COAST LUMBKB & Scmv Co., new, also guns stocked and thotguna
:: '.. ;' : <.'. Apply at Tmt STAB office.. ;; ble and IIInJle..1".'..M.Osban-'proprietor. *' 'r. ,.#_,__Iupiler Fla.- Eau Galie! Fla. .rebored, etc. H. Benecke.jntnaville, Fla, Is

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;t kA f x j s 11'x'; S LI. } xt. *; ,-OTJEKS- A PU1ILT TICITABLI't COMMTOB stud t\e JCIIf "
)4: ekMount Would ;, Coughs, Colds Croup and ncr: LIVER rtlJMClNl XNOWH.- Don fiii y ur ntm
}, .'{ ( tuoei team' crouched: to- meet him, ,What Whooping .with Calomel Amnfe. II ninS. HMIiHf is s gusr'aa:,
hind'a tJ ycollWed a load explosion teed cure for'all diseam, produced fII Uftt .<

f' F:%F' ate'dlerb' Tte*crowd.1the Yale aJar TUfnmedjia*part of the famou Cltrtl1led for world.iteevratorer It can and DfPUlI'ILOOD.It will cure MAlARIA alert beam

-41' ; man fall, and they yelled' You Do, always h 4 pMd.d vpuo. It eootBlas no !rag any of. the deadly effects of many drags t 1 sd for dial; ; "
opium or One bottle
purpose. 'purchased today may ATe you '
"He pulled a gun on hlmT pYeR w oooAdeatij to a baby M to H adult
r Price 25 eta Size 50 a sick spell tomorrow.,' Quickly cares; >iflg.iaftUttlpation ChE!
.Large eta
gasped \M ; ,
The:fullback. ? he,saw the ,
Callls al1.U1W"toaplalats. '
$ ,, Dyretjwk Malaria; vA
f three ,
t iL' '* crowd;[ making1 for him, turned and ,If; good ,physieialisshould IJsvd and ncoounc& the medical. pi ffession -

"" legged it over the,fields, clearing fences pronounce 'your ffentraQy' *; t' *" -

x : :-44 s till he made his-escape from the. Infuriated : 60 YEARS
; : throng.,far a swamp Here hey'paed ,case', hopeless: If they EXPERIENCE'A .A

as he, saw'the.enraged crowd should decide that 'you, '

.r stop, and call vengefully ;for him to could not live longer than Dr. A. J. Hannah, aleadinypttyddatt of UnwiSa,

ask ',; 4 ; emerge The crowd then turned their : FUu, says: "I hate been using Htrbine fa my practice

z:'' f Attention to the:supposed'victim. They six weeks. And if you, and am Will pleased with the results 1 always

I x found the Yale man arising with the should get" well after us- keep coma on hand, and think it 'grand meek.
football for, Biliousness and, liver Complaint.1 s
i l wreck of.a In his hands Bowen -
Y _. ,told the crowd that when he was i ing only $12.00'worlh DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS Large Bottle '50c Avoid All Sofetkiile*
% tackled by the farmer, fullback the ball Dr. Miles' Heart,Cure and Ac.
burst the The trembling Aaron sending a iketeh and description B.J
rR causing report. S
Nervine, what :would you quickly aacerUin our opinion tree whether aD Ballard ,Snow Liniment Co.
:, fullback was enticed back from Invention ts prod ably MtenUble.- Communications .
k the swamp and shook bands with Bow- advise a friend'in like.condition -. tent free.strictlr Oldest for Handbook eecurlnrpatenta.Patent Patenu. St. Louis' ; U. S. A. -

g__ v; en, whom he feared bej had somehow to dot" t Hottu* taken without through charge'Penn,lathe ft Co.receive

t: killed. But'the, game could not proceed S
'' for there was no-unexploded football "I have to thank you for We saving hart SckniiHc Jfltiericati.A. -4-
x' my wife's We two years ago. .
g1 .bandaomelr Qh trated weekly. Largest cfr.cnlation :5
: In Mount Camel. continued with the doctor until the '
third doctor like the two previoua of any cientifle lonrnaL Term.,$3 a SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
4a Y rear; four months f L. Bold blaU newsdealers.HUHHt5Co.36IBfw '
ones said that nothing could DC done RED CROSS PHARMACY TITUSVILLE and EAU GALL1E: PHAEHiCT EAU 8ALLJE
for her; that she had.better be taken New York ,
f home from the hospital to quietly Branch Office. 625 FBt. ,
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her time, which would not be over.4 6 '
weeks at the most. I brought her
g {' BLOWS UP FARMER home, and then I thought probablyDr.
t- { I, MHcs' Heart Cure and Nervine EAST COAST MEAT MARKET
,' might help her, to' I got a bottle'of .
k : I ,. each and some Nerve and Liver Pills
Animal Eats Dynamite With Results Disastrots and commenced to give them to her. G. F.DUREI. Agent, p -
We soon seen an'.improvement, and e
to Itself and Its encouraged by this we continued giv- >r "f
ing the medicine. We gfeve her eleven
4P& Owner. bottles in all of the medicine. She Florida and 3t >
takes it occasionally now if she feels
the ne d. I am in the ministry, and
ct c-
; :x,. By the'explosion of a six-months-old have been for 44 .years." : : WesternHeats .

j:' calf partly filled with dynamite James REV. P. 1HLLIGAN. ( t

rt} -> Tatman .a l farmer,,living twenty-seven' ,* tGenda Springs, Kans. t\ f
,. :.'. s"' '" miles southeast of Topeka Kan., was. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Is sold by. x

F3a ? ';:- :' '.,. seriously Injured.. .The" calf. tounfI' your druggist, who will guarantee that

'" / three sticks .of dynamite which Taj- the first bottle will benefit. If It fails 6 \:

S .': man'was using to blast a well and ate he will refund your money. of all Kinds
; '
;; : them: Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind /

>/ .;r- '.;.." Tatman saw the.calf just as the last TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAThe i I 1 rl'Il
': : -jJ"'E tick disappeared down its throat He
,: .
[ ','- -, L Ina.altT'Lald to Flat L
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; i' ;rr ? The flat has another thing to answer
: t
..: ., Most lalaabk.ctof Yacht and Boat- I
J. .l./ 'c' \' for. It fills the Insane asylum Such,
Boos Published.RUDDER
v. Building ever
t[hJ. '1-." s t .;'d at least, Is the ,tatement of William C.

rv. ::;- .,,'\ Graves, secretary of the Illinois state

board of charities, says 'a Chicago dis
patch. "The city women who g? to -
'''P r. $ Q.. .. ? C the insane asylums go from flats," was boats have ten built from the fines 1
\ 1-" .'- i J printed in these books-Successfully sailed in I -
& 1 the statement.of Mr. GrnThe
; mo- every clime and upon every sea-Full detail \z1P ,
,, (; notony and the lonesomeness which drawing of all part showing what it is and 1J
,. )0... how to make it-Text extremely ample ut
':. characterize the one are features of r Ry
the other. Is the which
,.. .
: 16 foot to build i fnnM alt fa aD
drives women crazy-and the woman Inn twerp; s a nci. braatfa ipMPy to lean the biuineM in. ''4 = -

Mtr .. : flat Is isolated even as Is the woman HOW TO BUILD A. SKIPJACKA -
6ne boat for n't'THO Ia.linor knocking about b
f S on a farm. When the monotony'and ., .
$' ? ., ifaoal" <<' f', the loneliness grow unbearable melan- ; fall p.anskuj J/K.IB nor complete bats
J-.f.4i 4;f! 1 cholia sets in. and that is one of the HOW TO GUILD,A RACING SLOOP .ANDL
Most gncmefi..J r inr machine ever designed i a prln A
rtt ,lte hardest forms of insanity to overcome winner in Au.en.,A.:.and Aiutralia; etj to build I iwto .
i; < \ WIn with.
much more stubborn and
:'i"j to treatment than the more violent Simple end pra.-tii-.l.showing how to construct a.1&mdhnll
: \ ,, forms of dementia. tor use"ittiwijr motor. br>eral other pluu. t
's V ,%
; .
, ,: fine rib! arrind rntisuu. ; boat; good cabin; eiceDeu1
''. '' A ruler luiublc tUl..lo.. wtn.
i ;, .: / Chapped Hands ; .
*; Y'?:* .""" Wash jour hands with warm water, A derrr little uiliaK boat,with moderate OTerluDgf
;: : : :jt dry with towel anti apply Chamberlain's man out plan.
.. For '
r Silve just before going to bed, and a HOW TO BUILD FLATTIE OR SHARPIE sale by the
', : Easy to build.eTrrrthing utraight;just the craft for k bob
: : \ speedy Cure is certain. This salve is also to begin with;can be built very cheaply eitneraloop or cat rig
,1.:..'." uurqiialed for skin diseases. For sale by
": ", all druggists and uiedidne dealers.A complete description of bow to build a model;alao lla* INDIAN RIVERMUSIC
: .. of skit used in tail ng moiicU.
: ,
;'f'}' I .
Wine .linn.: PRICE $1. EACH S
JJ. .-' 'I' Dasbaway want you to meet Miss PREPAID BY EXPRESS ANYWHERE L HOUSE r

{ Hopper. Stunning girl. Just back Bound in cloth-Gold ktterun-Sue of pg. ,. .
k t, '' .I from Europe. 9 by 12 inches-Large, clearly-drawn plans.

: ,; (1k \'rton-Iler first visit? THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.

i. k t"- started to drive the animal away when Clpverton-Well old man, if it's all S"tl toital for Catalogue of Books for
the same to I'll wait until she's ckts"/J"'S Library.Forry'e .
:' ,the dynamite exploded with a roar you.

tfj' }!,,'* the farmhouse a mile and a got through telling! about it New -. .

i(,. .' ',.. half away. The,calf had swallowed a York Life.

...; .:f... .:,. dynamite strange meal.cap with the rest of Its Staving His Clear

"Is she an athletic gitIV"1 F
: ; :i Mr. Tatman was knocked into the ,
\i '
';: I should say sol Why whenever I
--r. well by the concussion and so badly tertt are bet lenw. JOsnrixnsfu
t : call her I take the ,
j on always precaution years laTe bee:i nnt In -- --- -- -
4J _. c,' hurt Internally that be not recover. tlifif --
.. may development-lialf a centnryo
of taking the cigars out of my vest rxiitTt care in uiakiag saw

.* }'t- -. 'k pocket an I placing 'em on the mantel- auperior ue are to ape all iaNate others in growing THE BR1DGEPQRT

It } Cricket Stew as Antlfat. piece.l"ollker Statesman.lie flowr and need TegetaMe Auul aeeda.1UU6 free. .
; .t- -, Pittsburg Chinamen are selling an
.i : ; antifat that is said to be the real thing. Charitable *. Detrtit..MKb. "THE MOTOR THAT

tt ; It Is the cricket stew. Fleshy women ., MOTES"There
to hoisfg as well as to "onroelf: You
t.r : your )
,, -, of the steel -"Four Hundred" have partaken "
S need not suffer from pains of any sort-
t of the broth and it is claimed
lioices need t-iifffr. bottle
your not Try a FERRYSKILL" is no reason why have
that they now prefer climbing stairs to of alhml'l' :Snow Liniment. It cures all you cannot a satisfactory

j.' ... riding in elevators. Recently a slant pains. J M. Roberts, Bakersfield, Mo., motor outfit. Let us demonstrate The Bridgeport to you

eyed restaurant keeper of Doyers writes: "I have used your liniment for l. B and we will convince you that there is at least one reliable i

r street Introduced the cricket stew. Thin ten years and find it to be the best I have
n delicacy has been used in China for ever used for man or beast. Sold by Red gasoline motor built. The more severe your work, the

.' t centuries for the. reduction of flesh. Cross Pharmacy. more anxious we are to have you own a Bridgeport, the

D' '; '"(, i The crickets) are powdered or washed OAS-.t'OD.A. COUCH simplest, most reliable and durable motor on the market.No .

;.... and stewed or eaten raw. AND CURE THE LUNGS
: Bean u. Kind Yon Nan &1ujtlt

,.'a Framed. a Smokestack. Bigutm rL: Y.t---; WITH Valves No Caws No Gears
1 f A lofty steel smokestack two,feet In of King'sNew
Easy to Operate
'j '\t diameter was blown, frqm the roof of

.{ the courthouse at Logansport lad, and HOUJSTLR'S Working Parts

;rr': 'r' Jacob Simons, .a boy happe ed''to be Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets Discovery Quickly Accessible

.. ;, directly under it. Falling in a perpendicular I A Bwy Mtdioin for Bur FeopU.Briigi /TONSUMPTION Price THE MOTORFor

i ;, .,. position, It.slid over his head I Golda Eetlth tad Renewed Vor. FOR I OUGHllJld.&Oc. 4 J 1.00 L

i't' a.. and cut into the ground three feet and; 1. specific for Constipation. Indirection.Lira LJOLOS Fret Trial.8U1'e Those Who Host fie Satisfied

kept Upright. Simons was unconscious and Kidney Troubles. Pimple & emn,Import
B1ooI Bad Breatb. SJooruh Bowels. Headache
: q from fright when rescued from his and Backache. It's Rocky Sbunt.ln Tea In tab ad Qoickert Core for all
l ;M
..... yew but he sustained tnjluie let form 35 CPOM a twz. Genuine made by THROAT and LUNG TBOUB F. N. HITCHCOCK & CO., Agents 'i1
strange prison no -
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J. .,.,. "... ,. ""o l btve'bbe.: the woman. and the,student of the topics of the day.: .These offers are *" <: <

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,' ;. :.: f'0 ;''wlia: a fret. it baby spy; PRICE OFFER haa won ns many new subscribers fend renewals and'we again pre- lf
', ''Y--.... ,-.,,< : -i < .. sent it to our subscribers and readers so that they CAN GRAB THIS OPPpRTDNIi; !
'1 yt W.lO i'lam'' ml's cheek, and pre TY. x I
= < Seven of the greatest Magazines in the country have combined tote offered '

fij1. :- 1OoUghi, OOIds-and w togetherat.a greatly reduced rate as will be seen by this list: ',* f :

} .From -the KickerDb } J. 'Food- ..:b:oa ace edfocni% >f ar sickand The Commoner, one year, s. 1.00 <',' t

4 .

&$ J.-tt1* ljT= + : .fM..#'it.ud'oId, rich' sad poor. : iVbman's Cosmopolitan Home, one Companion year, one year,' -- 1.00.i.oo "'Y..

die Town '' Aid The Review of Reviews_ one year, .. l .
aiae no.alcoboh 3.00
GrveacUm ,' _:otlllll DOdrupud
tCuW-Jim Pearson's "
," year, .i. 1.00 _

.' H c' Errand.Copjriaht. Lull'_ DRUOOISTSSs. Boo. AND'I.oo, The American Magazine, one year, ioox ;

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; : Tom Watson's
f Magazine one 1 1s
,}' l' 1.50
i*) (' .1305,by Homer Bpra,..] The Sun, one year 2.0O

g t; ; [B.,GEOBGE FBAYNB of Loner Total- .
"Jack, coded Mr. Jim_Harper $ 1L50 .
added ,that we had only twenty diysto, dresses, which they put water hi and
r< : lot the; off with a lira ;We awfnot.naturallran; ,ohgtlnate chalk. Cows chew cuds, and each cow Send '$6,25 and (them all for Y
get one
r e'ballet ia the shoulder shall year or '
.r man.,.but on this occasion. we. furnishes her own chew. This Is all

kW known;(Say.Canw'of and of jw particular the shooting interest un 40'our level best' "to' live twenty-one'We: in there is about cows.--Judge's Magazineof COMMONER, one year___________________________________________________ $1.oo :r $

a' t_.. order 'to.:splte;;somebody. trust Fun. THE SUN, one year---------------..:.---------....: "___...____.____.___ o.00 a- !
xv 4 f that the would be assassin win arriveIn BOTH FOR ONLY $225" '
A;fellow ".Jsdgd',Thomas, .the cool of the evening:and. not demand Seeurlt7.JenksYou've COSMOPOLITAN year------------------------ $1.00
.F 'lr ;was;banging ronnd this town too great exertions:on our part been giving Bcrrougbs THE SUN, one year-----------------_________________________-_______". j 00
mat; of last winter and who was final- more money haven't you? BOTH FOR ONLY $2.25 -

;I/ ordered to more on by. the ylgilanwmm4tteev In our former'Issue .we bad sixteen Markley-Why do you !say'"giving
in New Mexico PEARSON'S, one year ________ -____:_ __ _______ $1.00
was:lynched but not Jenks Oh. I be considers It ------------------- -- -- --
i3 the other day. Helru quite happy murder' items they .were suppose THE SUN, one year-------------------_-____________________"____._____._ VoO t
enough to atlafJ'old'Colonel Goodhueof merely a loan. What security did you BOTH FOR ONLY $2.25

;c., ;oirerithe'Idea of,being dispatched to a Dog Valley and be has written us get? THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE, one year...__________________________ 11.00 ; {

: cooler retreat. to stop his paper. We shall do no Markley-Well, he gave me a mort THE- SUN, one year_________________-________________________________-"__"_ O'QQ : i
inch thing. Some day U soon ss we gage on one of his castles in the alr.- BOTH FOR ONLY 2.25

hk4 6><,' Vive weeks<; Y.ago a stranger named- get time, we shall ride over there;and Philadelphia Ledger. TOM WATSON'S MAGAZINE, one year...______- "_"__________________ $1.50
Jim.Hicks, came here,'from Montana shoot four or.five bullets Into him and THE SUN, one year------__.:_......___.'_________ \_____.____________ _.____ g 00
snd that bis errand to Paepo.e."She BOTH FOR ONLY 2.50
announced, wee try and cure.him of his morbid desireto Not Her ? ,
Shoot,tbe bands off the postofflce clock. covered ,with dead strikes me as a woman of constant a#
see the country We wish to remind you of our determination to make THE SUN brighter,
h = /. As postmaster we sent him word that men. When, a man 'gets to be sixty singleness of purpose. She's so"- better and more powerful in its influence for all that is right, and live np to our

,"..,- .: Ifbedsdlt..wewonld shoot the eye- yean old he should.turn from murderto "She does seem likely" Interruptedthe motto, which is known every where-"IF IT'S RIGHT, WE ARE FOR IT." '
;f.J1'-;" brenr'9: ruler fce, and ,there the matINTO -, love. spiteful thing "to be a woman of ,
We know that ITS RIGHT for THE SUN have "
"" ., constant singleness but I wouldn't to the largest circulation in -
"< '' say the State, and IT'S RIGHT for all these subscribers to have our best talent, and
.1. ".'" ,A 10ung'man'wbo gave us his name .'of purpose.: I think she can't help they will get it each week. ,
"fJ!,;.'. as Samuel Gordon and his place ofresidence herself."- New. Orleans Times-Demo- .

: ',. f as Pekln, Ilk called>on us era 1. IT'S RIGHT to have new and interesting features and so we intend to con-

.''. '. one day last week and ,asked us if tinue them in the future as we have in the past. '

,,>-t.' there was room In Arizona for a bustling After a Tufr."Why y
'.:C' We keen discern :
: are to conditions which will need to be made public and be
!s..t-.. p young man.. We encouraged him won't you let your little broth. presented to BUN readers. Our subscribers will find THE SUN first in the presentation f <
''< to believe that there was, and be gave er kiss you? You should encourage of such. As we pain the AUTHENTIC and RELIABLE INFORMATIONwe

..,. us his thanks and disappeared. That such affection! will write op these conditions correctly and in an unbiased manner. as soon as we
j. a day he walked eight miles and stole a "Aw, g'wan! De foxy kid knows I are convinced that IT'S RIGHT to do so. .
'T: St horse. That night be rode fifteen miles bin eatln' 'lasses."-Washington Her
:: and stole two..othen. When caughtthe ald. As soon as you become a new subscriber or when you renew your subscription : ,
: ., : you are in touch with NEWS which other papers fail to give. Insist! on having THE
t : r 1 I it .next day he had a fourth. When Cured SUN, and know what's going on.
Bilious Attack Quickly
% the rope was around his neck and he
; "- was about to be launched he was asked A few weeks ago I had a bilious attack THE SUN will continue it's CARTOON FEATURE and will pictorially pre- }

,. It he had anything to say. In reply he that was tQ severe I was not able to go sent news in cuts made from photographs. tt
to the office for two days. Failing to get
t : laid it all on us, asserting that if we relief from my family phys I'ian's treatment Keep up with Bryan by getting The Commoner and THE SUN both for $2.2.i
him to hustle he'dban
: bad not encouraged I took thiwnf Chamerlain's Stomach per year.
:. simply picked up an old blind and Liver Tablets and next day I
cayuse and been content We shall be felt like a new man.-H. C. Bailey, editor Tom Watson writes better than any man now alive. His Magazine and THIS '
SUN for
careful after this how we sling our advice of the News, Chapin, S. C. These tablets $2.50. ;

"':..;. around. art for sale by all druggists and medicine Hearst has bought The Cosmopolian and lias made it bristle with good thinge.
:1 dealers. This and THE SUN for $2.25. .
We are sorry to announce the deathof '
Thomas Ford in Idaho,. which For Over Sixty Tear. Fill out coupon, mail it today. with your remittance, and be sure of getting

;'. .. event took. place one day last week Mrs. Winslows' Soothing Syrup>> has the greatest magazine combination that was ever offered-an opportunity of years c
and one it is safe to will be made .
say never again.
during a dispute with a miner.1o'or been used for over sixty years by

". THE FUHTOrFICK AND a year Mr. Ford was a resident of this of mothers for their children while teething .

; a Nt4ZD TUiUHD IiOOHl: WITH HU OtJSS." gulch. Many and many a time a8.. with perfect success. It soothes the THE SUN, Date------------------------- __.__.;_________-.
committeewe child, softens the gums, allays ail pain,
of the vigilance
ter rested until Wednesday afternoon. secretary cures wind colic, and is the best remedyfor Tallahassee, Fla.:
first taken look all around entreated Mr. Ford to furnish the
If" Having a diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
to let if Mr.'Hicks was banging about. subject of a lynching, but he always little sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists Enclosed please find $,_.________. for which enter my name for one year's subscription .
wa laid aside our guns while distributing hung back. It was a foregone con in every part of the world. Twenty
clusion with that sooner or later he five bottle. Be suie and ask for : ry
the Wolf Creek mail Mr. Hicks ua cents a and to your paper and the following magazines! :_u_______________,_______..,
loaned of the circumstances and would get what was coming to him, "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,
'Into the Dostofflcc and turned but be departed one day and left us tike no other knd.!
sneaked = . .. ..
have hima -------- ------------- -- -
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loose with his guns, and the bands of
headstone and a couplet here while The Sliver Lining. ,
the clock ,west flying. So did Mr.
there in Idaho he tills a nameless ..
over -------------- -------
"even ---------------- ----------------------- ------ ----
did not a
Hicks. We get snapshot -
at him. We tender him our com grave and there is no curfew to sing -

pliments.. his sad song as evening comes down Name-__,_____________---- .___ ... >. _.. :' f
upon the land.

Editor Blackman of the Blue Hills \ Address.____ _____ '_ ___________ .
Some one started the story the other
Banner called us a liar In his last
that had written letters to
day we
r Issue and last Sunday' we rode over
about twenty different eastern sheriffs, >. ---- -- ,---
bow ,
to pay him a friendly call and see
= and within four hours thereafter seventeen ;
getting on. ------ --- -- -- --
Ills encumber plants were
,. of our citizens had gone to the
We were still six mile from the townwhen
hills to take a few days' vacation. Of
be mounted bill caynse and left
there was no truth in the story,
for the mountains at a pace that set course OF SEA ROUTES.
the trail smoking. and as soon as it was denied the seven QUEEN

teen returned and resumed business. .

c Some.of our'friends ,want to .launch
Henry Knty of Indianapolis a traveling
KMir'presidential boom at once and grtthe'people
and at the Royal ,
man a guest
used to the sight of the bar

rel so that they will riot shy later on. fault hotel with last the week number, found of unnecessary cockroachesIn Merchants & Miners Trans. Go's

We.thank them, kindly, but we refuse
evidence and was so persistent in It
to be killed off that way. Any candidate
in his that
and so emphatic language \
boomed six months In advance of
mine host Saunders was compelled to -
nomination Is a dead duck. STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN
shoot him through the shoulder. After .1
and Giraffe-Hard luck, old fellow, to geta
having the bullet extracted lying
of Lone Jack has organized with drumstick.
The town man only
by three days the geutleman departed.He -
a wife prOTtdln club and is going to explained that there were times Lion-Oh. not so bad after all. He
'send east for 100 women who want made a square meal, and the wooden .tF
when he was "off, and at such times
husbands. If the 100 women come leg came in mighty handy for a tooth
he had been known to find fault even NBALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct
along we shall extend our hearty sym- with the color of his own hair. pick.-Kansas.City: Star. .
of them. The dl'
pathies to ninety-nine M. QUAD.
-odd one will probably able to wield

.an ax: and bold her own. Am Easy OB a Cow. Connections forWashington ,

,- A cow is an animal wlth four legs on

John Hammer of a tows in Illinois the under'side. The tail'is no longer WsPillsFOR '
New York and Boston.
writes us that be will soon. arrive luGlradam than the legs, but it is not to stand on. ,
Gulch to set up as a dentist 'The cow kills flies with her tail A cow

and,be Incloses a dollar bill and has big ears that wiggle on binges;-so LIVER.A

asks. us to ftve him TranV" In order does' her tail A cow is bigger than a TORPID liver deranges. the whole Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations .
to, earn the money, we.will say that calf bat not as big as aa elephant She systea, and prefaces' and cuisine ,
Mr Hammer will be lynched_within Is made.small so she can go in a barn unsurpassed .
two hours of his drawing bis. first tooth when 'no one Is looking. Some cows SICK HEADACHE,= SEND FOR BOOKLET.H. W:

In'thla town. ,Ifa a way we bare bad are black and some can book.--A dog Dyspepsia, Costiveness: Rhea- I

with the last four dentists. got,,hooked. She tossed the dog that Mti., Sallow Ski cud PilesThnclSMbeticrftaiedyfortheM.

worried the'cat that ate the rat that C. AVERY Com'l Agent, Jacksonville.J. : J

.On postal ard received from Trenee lay in the house that Jack built Black cosmos diseases ttsa DR.TUTTS ft I. V. P. TUHHEH P. T. M. .
a LIVER PILLS,as a trial will prove. C. WllTJIET, 24 V, P. T. r
..terda7 was ,sketch s?skull cows give white milk: so do other cows. t ,.
was ,
< .and cwasbones, and the warning Milkmen si'::1 milk to buy little girls
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5 f. t-" ten to d ordert'hiv- -
.- r <, :years, are; e1> ,
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issued transferring
been thesetwo
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Frank Hall; y,i ;( vinfidelej, tftd "fes* MMUht. He-
a r: companies to the ,fortlflcationanear5 '.: -

M47 Ryil .Wj er, ? .i Bandall'Shoemaker., I, Boston.. .One.. company ,isJU, be, ,- etUad..

$& tt ti&Z&slg Fred Chappell,. 'Mark Brown, stationed" at Fort- Banks'" and the other, !* a -

-a4: eBdn ntwledB: q JltlrliSa; i] j 1rie'; tie'W LeonaCarrnthers_ at,'fort_ Warren, and the two com CmachneSeaten di&ae. Tfr
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Out the= thane of Florida hsr b i'defet d panles now at those places the Sew It ii not>'antlI'the disease hu a firm
% x .. :Report'of. Miae: Miller's loom, *' hold the that &e
byqtr salOritir 'soauetrhere ileac threethooiand enty-filxth and Seventy-seventh, ; are tceom@ upo.U kldneyi patent =
r month, 4T begin to realize that there ]* torn* de-
f' fotaa. ;thia:meaeim;rwaa the t !. to Forty,Barrancas. While tie : ts .
nt of them
$ H1GBB8T AVBBAG18 m organ
: a mcit ieteetirifesare; /of the: ectfon orders have already. .been,.Issued. .the-.
: I Fifth Grade-Mary Haile, 92 per e'l. The slight backaches, the feeUaif of
the fiur sued
J and to U be
to until
companies are not .move
I and other
{ BelDalcW.ger lassitude warning eza
91 c't Maude BenakerSeperc't. lyos
: per .
1, tbM F "
; was polled; .
1. : rote farch. several months' notice being of kidney, dJaeaae are overlooked' *
; .'.e There out be question now bat that .
: given In order that the of
amendment Sixth Gr jade-Helen'Boye, 87 per c't:, men. many They are notorious enough to 4t Ua
: the wYjenerailyanPopeIar.rI whom have families at the post,' may the patient from his regular work.
Violet Windham 84 c't, Loretta
The returns show it: 'Lee sad Eacambia per
= ; -, :
HaJJ ct arrange for their departure. M nfwOr EnD when he dlKOTers that the kid
a 'I the two 81'per: .
counties probably only conn
,' are
Seventh Grade-XarioD' regret to learn of the departure f. neys are affected,he doe not reoogsU
Graber ,92
: ties that will show really large majorities \H.i 1Y
% the difficulty M being caused by ca &
of,the two companies, as ,of. the ,
Mr,ell. Helen Wilson, 82 per c't many "
=w ,;; x in favor of the amendment In tarrh.
J' *, PERFECT IN"ATTKXDASCK men; have friends both In the city and
., -: Florida the ssentiment against drainage.. Catarrh ii sometimes so Tery gradual
r at the and yard.
Wager post navy
; Reginald Andrew Rice;
'' overwhelm
was ) R. in ita approach and iU earlier symptotacause
'""' The administration oaed its power to Wilson Taylor, J.- D. Crabb, Jr:, Captain, Have, the, commanding officer such aught diicomfort that it u-
:.' ;..- : : the beet possible advantage and pat Nip a John Boye, ,Maude Renaker; ofthe Seventh,'I* noW'tnEorope. not noticed,

t:$ ," -; strong fight;bat ti>e people have refused Loretta Hal), Leah Losley. being on a three-months furlough, but Howerer,when it is oace firmly tsatei

;:'' > :, _' I. to endorse Governor Broward's pet measure Helen Boye. he. will return within a few weeks In the kidneys, it become a diffltalt' '
: \ disease to exterminate ,
for good and sufficient reasons, all of ,f PERFECT IN DKPOBTHEXT_. and begin preparations for the movingof *
: .o- r. i Indeed,catarrh of the kidneys U more
}' ( .. which will become more apparent as time Maude Collins, Willard Hall' his command. .Captain Austin is __ aeriouj than catarrh affecting tome of .

fit, ',- : passes by."V the commanding'officer of the Ninth. the other organs of the body. -

1#::'::' .: t .. The Auction Plan Explained The two companies came to Pensa In the kidneys t is liable to terminate
.:;--1.f1,,'; I ,, "'. ;' .. .# Prosperous Season Ahead As a great many orange growers do not cola when Barrancas was a two-com in Bright' Disease or diabetes, both-of f

:", y:, : ;.; Indications' not wanting that the seem to thoroughly understand the sueLion pany post and when the artillery was oarlot.farcox which are recognized as very series

{: <, ;;.j.. : '.: .,, coming season of Florida is to be probably plan for the sale of Florida fruit as known as batteries, Instead of com ailments, if not fatal.

4;t' '-' : :& .- the best in the historyof the' carried on by Messrs. Sgobel & Day, of panies. While the companies have The thing to be done,when catarrh of

: : ;:. Every town from Jacksonville to BeyFf.r New York city, we' have been requestedto been recruited, and many of those who l the kidneys is discovered, is to take
: Mr, David L.J yeox, Chaplain ClarInda -, some internal,syitemie catarrh remedy
: x West has made extra preparations for say by their Florida representative, ,
came here have departed, there are 1.0.0. T. and Chaplain O. A.'It. the
one reaches very source of the
the coming hosts of tourists. In St. Augustine Gen. W. H. Sebrin, of Jacksonville
r': >-. still left some of the men who'came 865 Broadway,Oakland, Cal., writes: catarrh and removes the cause of the
. : :.; Daytona, Titusville, Ft. Pierce, that all fruit shipped to this firm and
here in 1896. difficulty.
:: F :'"' West Palm Beach, Boynton, Ft. Lander sold at auction is listed by number and ,
1 Bach has
: : a remedy been found laPeruna.
The War Department recently too > "I am an old war veteran. I con
:, I ., dale and Miami owners of hotel grade being placed on the list bright
" ?' ., ': proper as the matter of making a transfer of tracted severe bladder and kidney It reaches catarrh, no matter :
'l ties have made large additions to their russet the be. Thena up
: :: fancy, as case may where it may be -
trouble."I .
: g. ..'t :. buildings.with a view accommodating, sample box of the fruit is opened for artillery companies, where the men located in the PC-RU-NA FOB

'\" > f'. :"' the expected thousands The great hotels inspection to the buyers from 3 to.4 hours I had been stationed at one post for a spent hundred of dollars and body-whether in KIDNE1'D1SUSt.
consulted of doctors but
;;; j of the East Coast system, will, of before the auction sale commences. long period of years and Inasmuchas. a the more exposedmembranes

., .these two had been at Barrancas neither did me any good. of the nose and throat, or
k, When sales
: / course, be taxed to their utmost capacity. aro opened it is for the
"Finally of comrade whether in the remotest ol the.
!t .'t Altogether the 190607 season is from first twenty' boxes and if the prices bid for ten or more years, they were the some my part -
who had been cured by Peruna advised kidneys.
' $; --present indications bound to .be a great are not satisfactory no further sales are first to be transferred.Four .
! T me to trIlL That Peruna at once the safest aa&
i made of that lot, and another is tried
success. most reliable for catarrh
.. J Fishermen Rescued. "I at once bought a bottle and remedy of the
,I'it. f:;, .. and if the fruit does not bring its value found it helped me so.much that kidneys la proven by the many UUmonials -

-1i i ':t Work on East Gout Canal the sale is closed after selling twenty ,(Havana Telegraph.) kept using it for nearly four months. written by those who have ex

boxes of the second lot. But if the sales The British steamship Trojan, Cap perienced its benefits.
Mr. Geo. F. Miles, manager of the "Peruna has the beat med-
''i' ': are satisfactory the auction is continued tain William Barber en route from proven The testimonial given here fa only s
J East Coast canal, estimates that the icine I ever used. My pains are !
,4 Newport News to HavanaVith a specimen of the many testimonials oa
Carolina with twenty boxes being offered at a time until
: dredge South working a gone and I believe myself to be; records
to the
our pertaining relief af
I *
the whole lot is sold. coal, consigned to the Havana. Coal
shifts will : .
f.' t double crew, night day open cured. j forded by Ferana in severe cases of kid
I the'ranalto St.Angnstine in about three It is no uncommon sight to find threeor Company, entered'this port yesterday .
: :)i "I feel well and would not be ney trouble.
months. The burning of the dredge Wim- four hnndred buyers in Sgohel & Day's morning. When off the Crooked
For free
: ) I without a bottle in time of need for! medical advice, addreu Dr.

, :\. I : bee will not retard the progress as much auction rooms bidding for Florida fruit, Island passage, east of Florida the (ten times its cost. S. p. Hartman President of' the !Hart

: f: as was'at first thought. as they handle the best selling Florida Trojan's lookout discovered a signalof I man Sanitarium, Colombo, Otto.
r-j-r.-: When the South Carolina finishes the oranges and other fruits by auction distress and reported same to the -- ---" ..-- .

f G 1'f cut of 4,100 feet she will be need to which is the only way to get full value ,captain on the bridge, who Immediately Big Cotton Sale. Weekly Weather aepen.

., :/. ?Lk raise the wreck of the dredge Wimbee. for Florida oranges and grapefruit. gave orders: to slacken speed and (Gainesville Sun.) U.S.DKPABTKKITOr: aoatCVt.TUZIwlTa- x

' .'1:. It is believed that the dredge will 1 116 to steam for the speck which There KSBUSCAU.JcmsE. .
, ,. ... was was a big sale of cotton at
I": ... .' able to advance 50 feet per day by keep- Weather Report scarcely discernible on the horizon. the warehouse of the Alachua Cotton FLA., Nov. .. 196.

r: e dog blasters in front of the dredge continually SUMMARY FOB OCTOBER BY REV. JAS. H. Association Comparative statement of tempcrftUfc*.
Upon a nearer approach it was discovered Thursday afternoon, when and rainfall for the week
WHITE. JJ. 8. WEATHER ending Tueaday-
.i : a! tearing openings in the rocky bottom "
850 bales of Sea Island cotton 1006 1905
to be a small fishing smackin were

j'j'"ji.;::. ;f' which greatly facilitates the work. 6th.Highest 90.0; lowest temperature temperature on the the 3rd,11th and, distress. The vessel had lost its sold, f. o. b. Alachua. at 25 cents a DATA lUX. mi, MAX. MS .

I Oct. 31. 82 69 M TO
1 pound. The sale had been advertisedfor
mast Barber drew close
only Captain ,
) The, Contest in New York and. 17th, 560. Nov. 1. 78 68 7d M
Mean temperature for the month 74.7 and discovered aboard the wreck a several weeks, and buyers repre- 8. 75 71 78 63
Interest all the in the ; "
over country 3.o.a 68 78 W
average mean for 25 years, 751 highest crew of four conch fishermen from senting various firms were on handto "
'election held Tuesday was centered ; 4. 79 73 80 S3
'I; Y New York on account of its results haying mean for 25 years in 1882, 79.0; lowest Key West, who had been out on the bid for the staple. Bids began "" 5. 78 74 82 78 '
'; early in the morning at 29 'cents, and 6. 78 73 82 69
mean for 25 years in 1889, 2.7; rainfall in fishing banks and had been caughtin
: tf. extensive bearing upon( the next presidential were gradually increased until the Total rainfall for the week 5.65 inehe.
: t contest. inches, 3.11average; for 29years,581; the storm pf October 17. Their Departure rainfall for the week ploDs i&t

f,'j The campaign: in that state, in which greatest for 29 years, i in 1899 21.88; least small craft, after having had its mast time of sale, when the entire lot Inches.
Departure rainfall since Jan. lit, pla
for 29 in was knocked down on round numbers
J: :: Mr. H'ighes: won out, was remarkable years, 190.10.8-1. torn away, was drifting at the mercyof 16.25 inches.

.f j =, for little or nothing being said about Prevailing direction of wind, northeast. the sea. A line was thrown to at 25 cents, f. o. b. Aachua. H. P. lUapiK.

Number of clear The cotton was distributed as follows Official in Charfc.Belli .
days 20 number of!
: principles or issues. Of course the trusts them and their craft was towed to Ha-

L f-t : T are always an issue, both Hughes and fair days, 8; number of cloudy days, 3, vana. They were discovered on October : J. D. Taylor Charleston 250 More of Chmb rUla's Coufb Remedy -
-; cumber of days with rain 10. Number bales; G. C. Hayward, Savannah, 400
Ji.-l' 1.. Hearst spoke strongly against trusts and 24, at about 9 a. m. The crew Than of all Others Put TogriiwrMr
of days with thunder, 6. bales; Henry W. Foster & Co., Hamburg
-i ; : special privileges to corporations. is now in the city, and will be returned : Thos. George, a merchant at 311.
r.. The most -irkahlrR Island Home, Merritts Island, Fla. Germany, 100 bales; Wyley & Ontario "I have had the!
., 0 'f. campaign was a rem to Key West. Elgin, says:
- l.. ,I.<;:- Co.. Liverpool, Etgland, 100 bales. local for Chamberlain's Cough
Indeed this agencj
for Its
{ \ Yom;; :: one peraonalities :
.. =,.. _. >.r Treasurer's StatementNov. This cotton was sold through the Remedy ever since it was introduced into -
: feature that the Saturday night when the south-
; : wa so prominent
., Alachua Canada, and I sell as much of it as I
:' t could remain in the liarkenmin] 1st, 1906. bound train about Cotton Association, of which
:: : ott: not passenger was a do of all other lines I have on my their .
:.' 1n. but sent his secretary of state Mr. Itvit, Balance cash on hand Oct. 1. 1906.$ 9,211813! quarter. of a mile this side of Her- : J. R. Williams Is president. put together. Of the many dozen sold -
L. '. fc*, 5? Amount received iu Oct, ISWtf! ____ 2,017.75
.: ,[ :.. a to "root" for Hughes. nando, some miscreant threw a rock under guarantee 1 have not Ud one

i< t I. ; r Good politicians thought at firs thai Total--_______1| 11.315.87 at a window of the white coach, at Taken curative as directed agent for, it the becomes relief the of greatest bottle returned. I can personally reoim- a
Less warrants paid iu Oct., 1900. and eufler mend this medicine as I have used it
i ; t. lr he hurt rather than help t.-tilt cause of warrant delivered to county cenimi.ssionefs which a lady was seated, shatteringthe ing humanity ever devised. Suche Hollieter's myself uul giveh fo my children anti '

.=t.;; .;. Mr. .Hughes, but the result: lice: uot and board of public instructioo. glass, and but for the tact that Rocky Mountain Tea. :H5 cente, Yo'ayiith the best results." For sale

; ; ........._.._._..-__.___$ 1.749.69 Tea or Tablets. Ask your drnjfgist. by all druggists and medicine dealers. j'j'al
:c seem. to verify the prediction. the shade was partially drawn down
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.f. >*: J':.' -- ----- ---- Balance cash on hand X W. L 190tt. $ 9.5M.18 I and stopped the missile the lady might -- -- -

t. ., Vote of T't UIV ill e The above amount i is held as follow: have been seriously injured. The engineer .VrJt-
;1 } '
't i'f' '" Titusville polled 84 votes out of a poi. Deposited iu lulian River State who was leaning out of his .

' 'hIe 18G( bank as per cashier' certificate attached cab saw the man throw the rock, and
' to monthly statement and
:-yy; .:---t:;; For Congressman-Frank ,Clark 55, cash in safe.... ---_____________$ 9.506.18 shot at him twice, but probably with

', Mi-Clelan! 11. out effect The train, which was run ;
. : ., .' Balances belonging: to each fund are as
;If ;: { ': For Railroad Commissioner-Blitch 49, follows: ning slowly, was Immediately .stopped TheMapesFertilizers
? '
, .:.. m ; Burr;"J, Sill 17, Beach 10. County.. revenue.general fund______.$1.71)5.28; and backed to the scene, and the pas :

. : : Supreme Court JustiCe-Parkhill 58, .. roa.1 and bridge eo ....__ :!,.In sengers alighted to search for thp.C
building ...___
..\ :: WhitftVld 54 Greene 12.13 scoundrel, but could not find him.-
r 20. c
. fine
and forfeiture __ 6.4S5.23
For Representative-Jones 72. feeding prisoners ______ 5So.ii Inverness Chronicle.SaOBELL. Fifty years' experience through three generations

sp'l r'd fd. Dist 1-__________ .&> a" of the Mapes
For Judi -Wilson 84. .. family.
'. County ;:
, J' 2_.__...___. 11.54
t '. For Asaeesor-\!. H.,'Hall S3.: -..' .-. .". "" ". 3__._....__. 1502 & DAY We are a household word all over fair Florida. ;:

h For Collector-E. W. Hall 84. 4-.___...___ 200.00
game warden fond____________ N51.08 Our thirtieth in the
i i\+ For Treasurer-Henry 83.Co. property deceased persons Established 1867 year state.

.!(;, '- Commissioners-Morgan 76, aliot77rConkling fund______ _____________ 5.80 Our goods combine
i{ : .: school fund (general})____.. 975 Auction safety, reliability and
-t.-,!: .:... &), Robinson 65, CockshnUeS. : special tax school disLl.. .____ 3.67 .. profit for the grower.No .
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\ 2 __ 9.39
Board= Special School Fund."C' State.aid154.00 235-238 West St dangerous compounds.Ask .
. \I School + Carter 73, Minis 66,,Arnold
'.. < ',t .. -t f.,;.... 72. Total-..........f 9,566.18 i our agents for pamphlets and find the

'.....>_ .if Constable Waller 73. Oranges, Grape Fruit,. Tangerines, Man reason why ought to
you buy
: t t-*t Constitutional Amendments FOB BALK CHEAP FOR
i. About 88 acres of good high land Agents Florida Fruit Exchange. Solicit '" Agents: E. L. Brady & Bro. Titusville
.c> i.. ;,For drainage SS: against 3&,: on ,
a / consignments for sale at auction. ;:
the east or ocean side of the Indian river
' -, 4{y'- :'.:'r" For increase salaries ills against 16. J. M. Sanders Cocoa Jos.
'- u the Narrows, described follows: Lot Moderate Commission Sale on"arrival of Paxton, Bockledge

: J l .,. For salaries of criminal: court. t record No. 3,section 35, also lot No. 3,- section fruit and remittance net pro. A. T. Patillo, Osteen F. Bergmann

f. 36, against 19. 38, in township 31 math, range 39 east. coeds day after sale. Merritt, i

,fl ,. :' For cambia court 30.against 17.' Tim tend For ii farther unimproved particular bat address finely located Petal tt atI ul.1qwe Deal .. E. R. Provost, Lotus

: 'i".. 't', For amendment to-Article;XVII, 34, .
V ... < 'E: M. lAw, Represented by W. H. Sebring, 133 West

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r'). t.>_,_. "- -' -;,-,-. .. .'. '_,..'.-.". '- .:WI"""'_'j,i... .,.. ,, Thrf'i1m h--laft. < '- Jin. : seea-an. ,"' l.r-: innoceaWoottsi,::..i--w,
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.:- Jgt. : : s ._. t1 1 package, wra'pped in an old pleei
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dlibc htir. Afid
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. : : ; ; iL Wa ::...mW a _.. tb'kclrIe to die res.o "
:\NIII.. >.11I .- !.. 'J worth four 'thousands.In,cash, if jrw /
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, ; q.; _.. _.. lifOrqtOt'i1 ;;r-. : eI:k iouI !of Aycr: '
'- -' 1:: ::" \ J. t? : \* \. ,,,\ tad-looked ,at'it Or maybe yon.dlt!
L' ;.I'rI QpOI 11 Hilr."VItoi: ifTh-f". ,hair. was. nee. .it; .and picked. np and"found. the ,
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''>" -.,- ',"" 4 M'_,,!sii Ial" ,>it \-Pft i 1...";'' -, M" rltt.T'Thls':was .beciuseAycrjs
!, .t.' ;:f.k, l f--i/tita'ii haLt .n iP Hair. Vigor-is li regular belonged" ,,to.: *" ': III
"" ''' -'<'"''''"'-"'''''> 'F" '<:+ '.',' '<_'3'01<.:.. 1". : # T iSf
lfl, ; : ; : ,L.1Bryant, of Lakeland mourning
,. 7A.ew: l for has btir medicine." Falling hair is
- .;f; o'i"i:!': .,;- -. .( S.oi' '-.. ..nurses...... .c ..,..:-.... 'jUst : the' loss even'friar thousand .
of an A wholesome of
'ffJ,\.1. .., L J ..1.,;.....';"".. ; Jm"Dodrlu'Otttaado. .in. "oagea, .|auscThe cash cream tartar t7.
the Clkurch
f f !;<;tioo irlth: Roe .and H. medicine
JJio ."" .m 1\' '-' '- r ''A:1 ,completely destroys. managed to ,evaporate,. fly;away. and baking Makes tt
: h\.J<< ;(stt'rh }> k V powder. jffi
thesegerini. the healthy
il;;: l )J'1r."J ':- .< '.',:>, "..!... "t ", ,'. 'atk' '.:basfbeenYcotnmeacedon y -*
- ";<"'<'; ; ,the, rich hiir. day
: t scalp jives healthy. ": ,mprnlng.
; best flavored bbcuit hot-
: 7tf l1iiitlc; vC itt f. ne.\ :roundruidmachine lightest
. '?' :. < new The Dist kind of at.sti oa1sl- : Mr..Bryant' came to Tampa on'the ,
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:t; ,. ,.,i/\W"" ->;.v..>_these I'd .'.,... : "ehopB1. :; in:.: take.night ;; .- ,".teld tor ever sixty......". sarly ;:mornlng'train, arriving here' or s

.;>>,I'r ,,'k ,,-;,- "lJ--' d.. '.., .,. :_ ): .- >rM.yJ.O...,.,rwarew. tWa.c.+ ."'"., theA- ':Coast Line. 'bout. A breads cake and pastry. L, .,..
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,. '.. 'I --ir.Z::-J J 6'" i 'Bevenl r'.. smalpjreeldencasj- ;. .. .'w -' were'desatroyeO,1 r,, > ..'_.. ', _. ,. susuiu._. !, ''1ocL. IJ 'the1nsid. ; pocket- of, hit" :: :.-.,

'iSj'w; 1 .' r- InJb r.I'ttY''sundaT, Jt-\ PIU.I.* '. overcoat was a package of greenbacks Alum alum-phosphate ..' :":!. : .
t t.1 _
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y. : ZF '.The loss Is between and ._n' wrapped In of ,tU ,
,'- & '; .. -- $7,000. -. .', : a'plece' .eWlpap .r. powders are injurious. Do not .'" Tt'

.s.;; .,k___ ;i'UnnR,.:\ ,'..,..... ;>' sum of' four thousand dollars. use them. Examine the label .> t
; """* The thrown across Mr << r
' r was
4 I ) JH 0, Painter i the;;well.tno'n < .. '
., pf Qadermeq; .1r hbj report': .that they
h t ; the %
.' t1 V Bryant's: arm as he left train; and s;;
,l fliert,manufacturer, >. < .soon. "!Cf catch. .more":fish: than hey can dispose he: felt 'In'(his pocket to 'see If the c"l '

iatifine;..residence;; in ,Riverside l"I ot.'lThouuclf'. of' .trout bass :andsbeepsltead 4 ROYAL 1 IaNG'POWDfR CO.. NIW YORK.
j" kcbonville; ... package, wan there and it was. Thepocket .F
have been from
,: !' caught the was pinned to keep the pack.
-"ii"- ; Valuable Cargo ShippedThe and other items form a portion. Oft
M The Manatee' Ice lent 'waI", destroyedby9re bridges.and boats'during'the past sixdaysJpDaytona age from slipping out.
...t l Friday morning. Th e Journal, largest and most valuable cargoto cotton there is stored In the hold ofth .
; Mr.'Bryant walked southward on
p t be shipped to a foreign country i ,big steamship 9,050 bales of
;lots Is $38.000.and theplant was In-
4 { JI; 1 Franklin Street to the Club ChopHouse
.. > '
AndrewSledd, president'ot the
' for $13 ,, ; this season went out to Liverpool which 6,800 are square and 2,250
: : : '" ,uuy. .: T 11 State University: Gainesville : near the corner of Jackson _
;... came Wednesday onthe, British steamer E. round. The other items are 22 hogsheads _-
+ 1'he' illuminating 'for the Street where he ate breakfast keeping .
; ,fjf. plant : ne to Miami 'this, morning. Dr. Sledd < -
.llghthouM.' \ Hills'bort :' 0. Saltmarsh owned by the Louisville of leaf tobacco 156 sacks shut- 1
his coat with its
: Government at : bought the McDonald Reilly precious package
:.1 grove & Nashville Railroad and running on deblocks, 70,000 superficial feet of, _. 1
Vet. Dade and thrown his lap. After finishing
.County, has arrived some time and is here for the across
'- ago the Serra Line. The total value of walnut lumber, 60,000 feet of oaT m-
: : iff : his breakfast he walked Frank. i
-4 being/Installed #- up
of looking after it. *
..- ..,. r purpose
the is $462,485, and consists ber and 450,000 feet of lumber
'r. )'i!"':' lin Street on the ,east side, going as cargo pine I
:/ |J. M. Coe; manager.of the Pens c la: of the fruit is down but the .
',, if far as Polk Street where he met a principally of cotton, though lumber Pensacola Journal. l
,# ,.!s' ,tOperahouse, has been fined $50 ;for grove Is'not damaged to a very great ,
';.if. -4" friend and talked with him. He then .
' n t having fire exits'anfire\esfErpe ext t."THlaml: Record.Ed .
: :.j ; ..
walked back down Franklin to J the
:c(% m ':' placed in,the building.. FREE TRIAL
'" Zuber brought. down from the courthouse square, >where he sat on '

: f *Members. of the- J- n \eJBpa.rd Tomoka. the otherday. -, a quaint Span one of the benches and conversed with .

g0( Trade.are making an 4 f-' effort to in-.. Ish-relic o ,-which is' probably nearly 200 i another gentleman. All the time he The Victor Talking Machine positively on free trial

: J : the' membership of that ors years old.It is a water Jug made kept his overcoat across his' arm.- He in your home before you pay a cent on it.

11 ':( ganization to .Ave k lUll.lred. ut.of\a1"th. and is shaped .then went to the office of an attorney
:.l'f t { t '
:/i.! .... 0 |The'State Railroad'Commission, haa' like a top with a small hole at the friend, and remained there twenty This Free Trial Offer a

". '-,{1't -:":'" ordered the Seaboard Air Line to erect, place where the knob to a top is minutes in conversation, and it being 0 is open,to'every responsible -

;; _aid complete (a'.new .station,"building usually found. On one side can be about 9 o'clock he went to the Exchange v, S ble person on the East i }

' within the date National Bank to deposit the Coast of Florida. We
:' Lawtey sixty days. seen 1711, and on another
, know that after have
.tiI'at< you
. :: ;'. 4/ The Miami liquor, limit ordinance are. some queer figures which were money. He' made all the arrangements 7/ ', heard the Victor play ,

g-; has been declared .unconstitutional not decipherable., -Daytona Journal.A to make the deposit, and when some of iU beautiful records ," .:.
\. ; '- he reached for the package it was you will appreciate
Argument biI'c' -
'in the case was heard Leesburg 'dispatch says: "Leesburg's at once its superiority over -
'fore 'Judge' 4 '.Minor" 8rJ9.ntrT. .! -t Teal estate. ,I orange, groves and gone.'Mr. Bryant went% directly to the ines.all other It is so such well known mach-
1, '. other property continue to change office of his friend, an attorney where that very much need not

, The street and sewer ''bonds; totaling : hands at prices that would not *iavt tie reported the loss, sand the gentle- -J be said about it It cornea

$7,506, issued by West Palm Beach been dreamed of three years ago. Non man at once sought Police Chief '..---",= I'" nearer being an exact reproducer
olee, of the original
brought a premium. of $50. ,from, the residents,' d realizing' the. splendid adtagesfofferedj Walker and reported the loss, and "His Mast ra than any other machine.

,Cincinnati. firm. .. to 'whom< the- bonds >y this section, are mak- officers were at once detailed to make Is11WVl F,

were. awarded.; &<'' \ ing investments' and making their in investigation and search for the Have music in your home. Entertainment for both :

t Leesburg's ice'works have been sold homes. here. J, M. kiiburne, of ;.Florence uissing wealth. Mr. Bryant is satisfied old and young. No end of pleasure for all the family.

.. to Yates Clark, 'of:.Chicago/who\wlU \ la.,- has bought a splendid or- that the pin came out and the it. Write
for and
Everybody can play catalogue prices.
repair and.dcl. :new machinery- and ange grove and grapefruit grove at package fell to the street somewhere

xI. put the plaat,..'in: first-class ;condition,. Sunnyside and moved on the 'prop-- luring his walks around the city, andre Sold for cash or on easy instalment payments. ;.

r' 'He took char-je 'Monday:: __, erty.":' sincerely hopes that whoever has

found it will report to the police at Indian River Music House
: ,Frank 'T< Cullens 'proprietor the There was a slight falling off in or- ,

I. .Windsor;.Hotel, 'Jacksonville, died doNew'Yort ange shipments for the past week, the race. -

Friday from,the .effects of books of Agent Woolff. of. the A. C. The money was in greenbacks, done TITUSVILLE, FLA.

f;, an operation.' The deceased ,was one'or' L showing that the number of boxes ip in packages of five hundred dolars .- -

y' the' best known 'hotel .men in the for the week were 9,458. This was each, and Mr. Bryant has fur- Shipments of cigars from Tampa for to October 20 were 210,085,000. Total' ,

_ : nearly evenly divided between the week ending October 20 were shipments for the same period last
Elk. very
...;) State and was a prominent description
,,' grapefruit and oranges. This brings I 5090000. Previously reported ship- year were 170,490,000. The increasein

; Alligator Joe's amusement place up he bills in each of the packages.How ments for the 203,993- the for this to
.... the total shipments for the season to present year, shipments year up
,, the river'waa hard hit by the storm *
,: ,' 44,069) boxes. We have no record for It Happened. H)0.) Total shipments from January 1 October 20 was 39595000.
}. ': of last week., He had just finished '
J this date last year and two years ago, Referring to the loss of the $4,000he -- -- -- --.---
M an exhibition hall and pavilion, and \
but for the week ending November 2 Lakeland News says:
blown down. Joe.will rebuild -
these were ..
i last year shipments were 36,433 boxes, "Mr. Luther Bryant, of this place.
J1 have everything' in good }
: and two years ago 44,574 boxes.-Fort while in Tampa, lost a roll of cur 1
,- -. the tourist season
:- shape btUlne ,tttStll ci
+ ; dyers Press. ". ency amounting to about 4000.

,-$:-' ., is fully'ott.. 'Miami. Record." Mr. T.;j: Peters, one of the largest "Mr. Bryant had just sold his store !3 No More
S. J. Baldwin's store at
: truck, growers in Dade'County, and here to his brother, Mr. Emory Bry' t.
, / was robbed Tuesday night of goods to int. for $3,500. and he drew the cash
' who is largely interested in cane
::; : .. the value of $250 to $300. No money rom the Citizens Bank and went tc
.. at Guines. Cuba stated today
? Cold
.. ;,: -. was obtained. The burglars effected that he is satisfied no damage was Tampa, intending to deposit It in onef Rooms

entrance by digging through a brick > the banks there. .
done'to his Cuban crop by the recent
t<.,' chimney. No arrests .have i yet been visited the island. He "Cashier Conrad advised Mr. Brymt 0 If you only knew how ranch comfort
hurricane that
,:. made. Less than a year ago Mr. Baldwin's to take exchange for the money can be derived from a PERFECTION
-. ., '. has 500 acres in cane; water does Oil Heater-how simple and economical
safe ,was craeked and robbed of and not carry such a large sum in '
not hurt it, and it was not of sufficient OAIft.t'Cor7l its operation you would not be without
., :: $ OO. affected ash: but Mr. Bryant evidently wantd it another day. .
height to be materially the real thing and took the bills, Yoq can qtickly make warm and cozy
I : the things:;unusual
Among by wind. Mr. Peters will not returnto any cold room or hallway-no matter ia
rhich he wrapped in a piece of paper
the late storm by those who were in Cuba until about December 1, remaining < what part of the house. You can heat
electrical md pinned to the inside pocket of water, and do other with the
frightful many things
j; the thlestof.It: was a here to look after his truck-

, '. display .'. Those on the ,keys at his overcoat .
interests In Dade County.1I1amlYetropoUs.
Ing "Mr. Bryant says the coat was not
. '.. the time say.that it was the most PERFECTIONOil
: .
time and the
mt of his sight at any ,
terrific they ever. .. saw.- tit is a common
.! ,: ; ,
. from
out this week resumption is the roll dropped
Inf rmatlonwas given
that usual hurricane -
i saying ,In the
. ,' : ? ...:-, there is'ao lightning nor* thunder from! a reliable source to the effect bls i pocket. At any rate, when ha Heater }
the Bank to make
reached Exchange
'''' Seminole Power-& Ice Company'tlae
? This laat storm-seems to.have
f disproved the old theory.-Miami Rec would begin the construction of a i deposit the money was gone. (Equipped with Smokeless Device) .

.!. > f ord. e an electric car line from Fort Myersto "The loss is a very heavy one on Turn the wick as high or low a* you can-there's no danger

.:.. Fort Thompson as soon as the IT. Br'ant-It would be on anybody- Carry heater from room to room. All parts easily cleaned. Gives
', ,. A prominent resident recited a freak and it is sincerely hoped the moneyrfll intense heat without smoke or smell because equipped with smoke-
wind the election is over next month, providing less device.
:; of the storm. The from be recovered. Tampa, however,
that the.drainage proposition! was'car- Made in two finishes nickel and Brass oil fount beauti-
northeast knocked his.. residence vat built beautiful Is a bad place in which to drop money fully embossed. Holds 4 quarts of jaran. burns 9
ried. If the.road a
; ;, least fifteen degrees out of,plumb. 'It '' with the hope of getting it back." hours. Every heater warranted. If you cannot get
apparently ruined and in a "man* park .will be'laid off at Fort Thomp heater or information from your dealer, write to

was but the blow from son by the owners of the line. Of .ter Robbed nearest agency for descriptive circular.
;. .. '. : ner ready to fall
f course like.many other developments 'O. W. Fouts at Riverton
: It again postmaster
s-: ; the northwest straightened cannot be
; ia wiiieh are .bound to:build up, the Ca- IL, nearly lost his life and was robbed Tana Lamp ('
& can ascertain equalled for
ands* so far he 0
loosahatchee River section this'car of r all comfort according to his letter, iU bright a
i' : now as good and strong as ever. Not which says: "For 20 years I had chronic and .
outcome of steady light,simple construction -
,. a door in it jambs or will not ,open line is ODJy awaiting the lifer complaint, which led to such a ee- and abaol ute safety.

ease.-Miamietrop the drainage. proposition Fort Myers ere case of jaundice' that even my finger Equipped with latest improved tmraer. Made of
: .: and raise with ii': Ails turned yellow when doctor .
.. ', i Br eie. my prescribed brass throughout and nickel plated. An ornament to
.-- olis. Electric Bitters, which cured me
.; any room whetherlibrarydia -room, parlor bed
'" "
tides last aDd have kept me well for eleven years. room. Every lamp warranted. Write to
t:z: The extraordinary high Ic..aTORtA.
i Sure.cure for biliousness neuralgia, ,..eak.bess if not at dealer's.STAMPAMO ..
;.. week brought up fish ,to !Daytona by I". 1IIiIII and all stomach, liver, kidney and agency your .
I !a COMPANY. 1". .f.........
". the' shipload, and the result Is that I ladder derangements. A wonderful tonic.
A.I Red Cross Pharmacy. 50 cents.
the old Halifax has been the mecca i ,



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ftliiisliint ci ila bold rBRei.'oB: aiolsita'doaapicaom .
example of : -
flitft [ Jlra open : thatthe i -
frai aad'koaert! dealing with the sick Whyjt.
sad aJMeted, are'Dr:-'Pierce's Favorite .. Ji "
rrasctlpttoo for weak,'over-worked de-
bflrUtod.,'DtlrYooa.RDdowa," pain '. '. '. : ....
stoply racked women, and Dr. Pteree's GoldenMedical '

fatlgoe'Country Discovery, toe famous remedy l
for weak stomach;; Indigestion, or dyspepsia :udw g.
I p iL.." ,' torpid liver, or biliousness, all ,
catarrhal affections whether of the
:=t:: f .Wortfi:refused ts.. sd.ii the origin Stomach, bowels, kidneys, bladder, nasal "t 't'; .f'" I. .;. .
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'?'. eon passages, also as an effective remedy
-'. .. for aft diseases arising from thin,watery Piano .
or Impure blood, as scrofulous and skin
.....'t at J-zf.' "When.I= vts a druggist, *t Livonia, affections. _
lit u IJlt..,..., Mo writes Ti J.'JDwyer, now of Grey- Each bottle of the above medicines ...

a .J ;+t. t f left.It Irlf..w\ Idle, Mo., "three of my customers were bears' upon its wrapper a badge of hon-
.Dmer.'t.\. permanently cured of consumption a r In the full list of Ingredients eom-
'!:: ;" ,'':: '' 1d- well ing It printed to plain nqliah.This .
Dr.;Kinf>, ew Discovery and use admittedlythe
? frank and publicity places by those who are
... open is
t=< ..- i "Liefllpbltafilt,.Yd It '" sell
,wonderfully stisfui to and, strotijT today. One was trying to these medicines in a class all by themselves -
sa promptly eortof Ms property_ and move to Arizona bat and Is the best guaranty of their 'The is
same.bad kldoey.Waddflr JJric.cs4Bitcld' of ? answer
'f trou-
; s : after urtntNe K8Wveryca short time merits. They cannot be classed as patent best judges tone
Ides and .Dkaasc,which to the ventfgraoflddnertrottbsv
found do I nor secret medicines.for they are neither
he. it unnecessary to sot re
$wt ? :"t being of known composition. who 'has
Card Drr King's j,New Discovery as the It is 'because everyone
4 Dr.IQlmer/sSmi.Root Is net,recaey existence." I Dr. Pierce feels that he can afford to easy.
.ammeadedtoravaryfbi butttpouhevetddk' .= most:wonderful njedidoe;ift take the afflicted Into his full confidence
,.Ever or bladder trouble It will be found Surest cough and cold cure and throat and and lay all the ingredients of his medicines played the Ludwig; knows that in it
remedy need. Ithasboeatestedin lung healer. Guaranteed by Bed Cross freely before them because these
Just you Pharmacy:boa and $l.TriaL bottle free. Ingredients are such as are endorsed and artistic qualitythatit
; so m&DJnys. hi hospital work In private most strongly praised by scores of the is .embodied every
,practice smonr the helpless too poor to pur-
Y' most eminent medical writers as cures
.: T***** relief ana has proved suco6stful bk ATLANTIC CITY: HORROR. for the diseases for which these medi- meets every demand of the expert required
'every case that a apodal arrangement Jail cines are recommended. Therefore, the :
keen made by which all readers of this paper, a.r. Deed*.That Marked Wreck* afflicted do not have to rely alone upon of
who have not already tried it, may. have* of PeBMrlraiila El eeul .TNlII. t Dr. Pierce's recommendation: as to the. for the truest interpretation
' sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book The recent disaster on the draw- curative value of his medicines for certain

i. r telling more about Swamp-Root and how to. bridge at Atlantic City caused by the A easily glance recognized at the printed diseases.formula on music--that it possesses that indescribable -
find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. each bottle will show that no alcohol and
.. When writing mention reading this generous wrecking of a three car train on the no harmful or habit-forming drugs enter delicate charm which is diffi-

offer ,In this paper Pennsylvania- railroad's new electric Into Dr. Pierce's medicines they being ,
end your address system was not-without.Its stories:of wholly compounded of glyceric extractsof is
which designatedby
the roots of native, American forest cult to analyze, but
'x ,' heroism, says an Atlantic City correspondent plants. These are best and safest for
tumton, N.Y. of the' Philadelphia Public the cure of most lingering, chronic dis musicians who appreciate thatit
J\ regular fifty cent and BNM. dollar sizes are sold by all good drunI* Ledger. ms by addressing him at Buffalo,
Brakeman Wood of' the train crew N. Y. and all communications are regardeI can correctly protray every varying
Don't nuke any ,mistake but remember as sacredly confidential
showed remarkable of mind
;E: the name$wamp*reot, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp presence It Is as easy to be well as Ill-and
: Boot,and the addreoa, Binghamton. ,. N. Y, and proved himself a hero. When the much more comfortable. Constipation is emotion, as the "soul" of the Ludwig. ,
at every bottle. train left the rails and was bumpingover the cause of many forms of illness. Dr.

the ties Wood ran to the rear Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure coDBtlpaI -
I They are tiny sugar-coated gran
"ALL AMERICA." door of the last car, threw It wide ules. One little"Pellet"Is gentle laxa- Sold by _
open and held It for the passengers to tive two a mild cathartic.. All dealers In

i Row 7.m of 11..&..... Aatkem .**sr't escape.' He held the door open until medicines sell them. '
AypllcabU to Whole Laa*. the car slid oS the bridge, and he went Indian River

, ; M. Zimmerman of, !New York has Into the water with it He then swam ....tker the Wear.For Fall ostiag..

:;i_ prepared a new version of the; national to the shore. His action In holding the IIrtgtnaUty'ls a gift of the gods, not
door open'probably saved many lives. always :the Inspiration of the pocket-
Hymn 'with a view to_ making the allusions Music House
IF .'';.'" Harry C. Deemer of. Philadelphia took." said a woman in regard to some
applicable to the entire'country
lira that It Is wonderful that even the of the novel outing costumes sent hither

I Instead of simply to New: .England few who did escape from the last car from abroad, which are not costlyas

says the Buffalo Ex reu. He were able to do"so, Many of them owe 'we ylew costliness In Imported TITUSVILLE FLORIDA

' calls It "All America" their lives to Deemer. He'and his wife gowns, says a correspondent of the ,

I, $ Mr country, 'Us of th*. are In. the Atlantic City hospital The New York Press. The new costume
"' Sweet land of liberty husband Is suffering from bruises and are made entirely of leather. There

r Of thee ring: cats from'Jagged glass received In effecting are captivating little red leather golf -
Land where my father died
I'1 Land of the pUsprtan1 pride' his own escape and In break. coats far too becoming to be ignored
ing a way out for others. Wrapped la --------------
From every mountain tideLet among these autumn offerings. Tbej ----------- -- --------
freedom 1t..1 bandages Deemer told the story of are strapped with black and worn with

't .lly native country the. bow he-and his wife were saved. He red leather caps pinned with tester THE SOHMER-CECILIAN PIANO .

Land of the ftobU free aid: headed hatpins. ,No wonder women
Thy name I ion.t "We were riding In'the last car. and who are careful of their look even THE FARRAND-CECILIAN PIANO

y 1 love thy roehs and rills, every window was closed. Suddenly when Indulging in pastimes say that

Thy woods anti pied Mill we felt the Jar when the train jumpedthe THE CECILIAN PLAYER PIANO
-' My heart with rapture thrills the charms of golf never were more altering
L Like that aJMwa track. I looked from the window than they are this fall. ,

and saw the first car as It splashedInto ..
( : I love thy Utaad seas, the water. The second car followed Estate For Ru.iUa Vacant e ,' :.
Thy sweet magnolia trees .1
,' + Thy palms and pines. and then the front of our .car .By-an Imperial Russian decree about .

'Thy canyons wad and deep plunged from the bridge and came toaD 20,000,000 acre of land In Siberia are

Thy prairies" boMdleas sweep, abrupt stop. Most of the passengers to be sold to the peasant Count Yo 1 e r ikllt e
"Thy rocky iwwlains steep,
t Thy matchless mine were thrown into a heap in the rontzoff Daskoff has offered his estate, :

: lower end of the car, which was sub near Parlograd. about 80,000 acres for r s l
I love thy stvsrr strands, merged. It Immediately filled with sale to the peasants.. '.
.' hy Golden Gate that stands
Afront toe weal, water."I e 0
There It no Reason ; n ti/v
,, i Thy sweet asS crystal air, bobbed to the surface and all at : iI'd'ii
t Thy aunshtM everywhere once thought of the windows. I why your baby should be thin, and fret-

.O land beyond compare. struck at one of the panes of glass ful daring the night. Worms are the cause
I love tftes ..... of thin, sickly babies It is natural thata
with fist but the first blow I '
6 my gaveIt a >ker
the healthy baby should be fat and IIII'pwelt _---
"Then, music swi breese failed break
to It, and then I used
..And ring from sA the trees If your baby does not retain its ..raI
my elbow and jabbed a hole in the I
Sweet freedom's song; food, don't experiment with colic curesand
t Let mortal awake, pane. The hole was not very big. butI other medicine, hut try a bottle of

Let all that brutae partake managed to squeeze through. When White's Cream Yermifl1 t", and you will

Let rocks tfcetr silence. break I had got a good breath of air I turnedto 90011 see your baby have cxdor and laugh I I I 'V i I Jd d dryJ
The sound prdaeg.I look for my wife. I then crawled aa it should. Sold by Red I Crow Pharm 1

Our fathers' Ood, to thee along the car. breaking In the window acy.

Author,of liberty with my fist which was bleeding profusely
To thee we st&f.
,; The Samwlt.
I Long may our .... be brIPI by this time'
I've scaled the Rocky mountain tops
With freedom's holy light "While doing this I heard my wife's rye braved the Matt rborn. +wr'

I r II -- r Prefect us with fly mlcht. voice crying out to me: 'Save me, Harry I'veIewt"d the stars from Fremont peak r kr

Ir Great God our Kin*. Save me, dear.1 I hurried along 'And climbed Mont Blanc at morn. 4 ,

until I found her. Then I reached And yet of all known altitudes rArl i M e

NOVEL TRIP TO WIN WAGER through one of the broken windows When The highest Caroline one paid seemed she'd be this mine: 'yl/l+

'-"-. and grabbed her arm. She cried out I reached the height of bliss.
'';ij- r.u..el>>ltla. Wfce fci Wife IB Ba.- with pain: 'Don't Harry! It's broken
.., World Toss The Catskills and the Apennlnt's.PlkP'i .
: : rew Ut TOWM oa but I held on to It. and with the aid of climbed all three.
, ."'\. ,<", Trundling a medrttoi sized woman IIL1f another man, who had come to my And likewise old Vesuvius

:: a light, ,red patoHtl wheelbarrow rescue we managed to' pull my wife They seemed quite lush to me.
-through the mala streets of Detroit through the car window to freedom"One But wh''n I begged the daughter's hand A line that meets all demands
Her rather said: "By golly, .
with rnmmssTlnl activity; a '
: bustling of the
attired in rescuers at work on top You've surely touched the apex. now. both as to quality and price
conspicuously cap.
y man of a submerged car discovered a wo- This is the height of folly! '
:sweater and knickerbockers attracted man's Jeweled hand sticking through Carroll Watson Rankin inAlways JU"gA,

unusual attention the other afternoon. the roof ventilator. He worked heroIcally --- Selling Price from $450 to $850
Wa Sick
t '. aays a Detroit dispatch to the New to get her body and finally'succeeded I
r.I" York American. When a man says he always was 'ick- Full particulars sent on application
" In drawing it through the apel'mn. troubled with a rough that lasted all ,
ascribed the unconventional -
: First thought .
winter-what would yon think if he
; :: practice to the penalty of a primary -
& should he sick since
; say- never was using
; election bet but close observation How's This? Ballard's Horehound Syrup. Such a man INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE TITUSYILLESBABDARD

r a revealed the following placard on We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for exit

\ :< the side of the vehicle: any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Mr. J. C. Clark, iVnver, Colorado, .
{it"R.. C. Worth and Wife, Traveling Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. writes: "For years I was troubled with
.J.CHISEY &Co., Props.,Toledo O.
: Worl ." severe cough that would last all winter.
f.f:: Around the We the undersigned have known ('.J.Cheney This
left in miserable condi-
cough me a
The novel tour, started by the cou- for the last 15 years,and believe him per. ;
tion. I tried Mallard's Hnrehoiind
rt' ple.from their home in Philadelphia sonally honorable in all business transactionsand Syrup
r and have not had a pick day since. That'swhat
financially able to out obligations
of carry any
several days ago, la the result a made by their firm. it did for me." Sold 1 by Ked Cross

G 34.000 wager, which Worth is to forfeit I WE/T &TBUAX:, Pharmacy. A=INE RAILWAY.
t : : should knoirled s come to light Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio.

I, t' that he has covered any part of the I WALDIX,KINXAX& MARVIN, -FOR-
Told IB Sentence.
< Wholesale Toledo Ohio.
J .,: long Journey by rail or other means of !! Hall's Catarrh Cure Druggists is taken internally,act- "I'd hate to do business with that Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines

'f transportation aside from the oecessary 1 lug directly upon the blood and mucous sur judge"9Vhy .

!,t '\-. ocean trips sod own well knit:; I fares of the system. Price, 75c. per bottle. ?" Richmond, Washington, Baltimore.

4 ..... muscular pair of legs. The couple are i Sold Halls by all Family dragtute.tills are Testimonials the best. free. "Because nobody seems to like his Philadelphia New York

i" t- ,expected to walk around the world I terms."-Puck. ,
----- -- -- --- -
.and provision of the .wager re-
d one 33.00 to California
-quirea that Worth wheel his wire Into A Mountain of Gold
; is time of the
Now the best year to see
"i r -each town on their Itinerary. California. The farmers and fruit growers could not bring aa much happiness to SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL.

The tour Is to embrace Cauada, England can tell you all about the bumper crop of Mrs. Lucia Wilke, of Caroline, U'is., as ,
Ireland Bootlud Wales France did one 25c box of Bucklen's Arnica
4 1906.
.. ;)
completely cured a run-
6i and Germansaid Worth -an* wtr Low one way rates every day to October
ning sore on her leg, which had tortured
1906. $33.00 from and
31st Chicago
: to accomplish the Journey IB ,
k going
;.. correspondingly low rates from all points her 23 long years. Greatest antiseptic ONLY LINE:
six years. Wt tip II. through fcnrtrCaasda east Y1&Union Maier of piles, wounds and sores. 25c at Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eaia.

.{,: and late Ms** Scott ant sail Pacific and Southern Pacific Red Cross Pharmacy.ogfBTORtB.. :
AMB Tannowtm to fcjland. W.1IIft iailroadi. For full information and sleePer reservations call on any Seaboard agtnt, orwrite

{ averaged 'abort twwty. miles per._ Be sure your tickets read over this line. to ,
i\' alnce Itar 1IIo IB we.carry! .Is a ftw4rrlps. Inquire of Ilstsstle the Ciao roes flaw Im"BtfI# A. o. MAC DONELL, S. C. BOYLSTON, Jr.,
I;,; :;:' naeeiwq eIauIII tttloda'q Is thoaa I J. F. VAN RjBsextAEx, Asst.General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent t

; feoU IQDDQII JiwUl be eWII- I 124 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Ga. JACKSONVILLE, FLA ,
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} :' '-tt ldalI{ :atat+I7+NotuYbatis Iat M 1sltlL.JlJlewa_ : ....ap .x( _-0 4qauI was Nrhl r toward the "stone" which Intents and Children Experience- .iasty Experiment..' ,: ;.
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.(.% gftot me'tell you 1 aomtthtng.;:I ktaw you .f ';'Ai Hair, but not the captain !. :What is CASTORIA ; i:

:; .dIrged blgb. I kaenpral .- Just :-as'' the touched .t .
$ ;. !!1$o; rent : '" thief fingers :"

l brf ,1O", ,o1_ : .Next moenlajrthe fpbyalcian again the pin .Captain Hudson ducked his Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Ofl, Fare .: if' .' ,,' ..

: ; .\ !u;"'J tnadb'a i point'otww" i*,mjr, sewed. tad the patient exclaimed grate-: head and'brought,coal,at the jgbric, Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It f ..:

: ( ...?M !t ;aad'sbabbleat'clotleeI' 44.lf fully, ;..rm.\1"Uq 'much bf j end of bIS':cigar' in ,e ntact, with the ',contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic ? isubstanee. .

':; !tt-if'h, Elio[ purpose,' How..fair,. can ?1ou- io ter'and bare thrown"away the;pills." back of ,'tbe pilfering hand. The result Its age is its guarantee It destroys "Worms \

; '.Tfitw.'of tbla.fact.' d': .; ;) ", ,was :]nstant neot s., No further t'
1J.; ,, 1'- ..._. | .. _. ?Ye8.-'? confound you, ,gninted .the : and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind'v
T d "wlth"aucb'a' ," ._ b111.\.ri i doctor. 'aqrowfajlyj *yoa' threw them attempts ,were made on the captain'sjewelry. Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation ,,,
? \ : ; out:of thewtn40w'f&Dd. allied twoof: The would be annexationist
,-. NF .' ;.. -) Q.f."i"f' and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food regulates the :\.. '
"' ftWIi.y o UII.J.jJ.:(" my Plymouth Bocks, and one prize was too busy nursing. badly burned
'I l' 'W.\t, ''xbt. ghat 'e tgd,.' '1Cettalaly winning'! ',Wyandotte." 'Philadelphia band. Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep .'i s

1r. ft",," ;.. ? Hereafter the who Is The Children's Panacea:-The Mother's Friend. '
-: ,e ..... : : replied.. 1 air. Ledger. f captain,

if.. ...-'; ," edtlfttt'ttol, ne't"t>.1Uloaehe'c'puW .t::> '; :.' ; ..... J . past the three score and ten mark* will 1 T
{ afford to wearrtucbpoor.: clothes turn a deaf ear to .Any one approachIng GENUINE CASTOR ALWAYS '

':i-.i:'r.. ,, |a'. tbat.-N'Yot'k'IJte.- %.. >>. oMtHaRM. him with.a lecture. on.the evils of t \ Y .

'rr.:' ;..' t.. ::: smoking. Bears the of .:
.. _, Signature
Taia.r.Talkin' fog VThere's .
.. The >gotc Use <
Jf "' o' ::
; isai'byandatock'on .tbeavo>
W--: "- nue. ,- The moat Independent, man on earth'Is talking yon can't beat Herbine for the r
tiI Founded on tnOUona or:made,by asking.; for he makes the earth yield liver. ,The greatest regulator ever offeredto 'T
";- AW look at thU dog for.Fd like to be-navln'; *
him almost everything needed for life. suffering humanity. If you suffer from
r you.( a mlnutaVthe joke o' the.' He know that. ashe ion '10' will he liver complaint, if you are bilious and 'r
,, :% ort :
'W.'W fretful its liver and Herbine will
"" :;; l't. reap He, usually keeps strong and your ,
%. t healthy from with put it in its proper condition. A positive
constant NatureIn
'jq.y.. Better than"most. of 'ein' 'hood u tie strife for I biliousness
cure constipation, dyspepsia Tie
.IUIl3hln bud in air. Kind You to
4i.t"Jp't',!, ,. beat of 'era,. .' -1 purei night "and all ills duq to a torpid liver. Always BoughtIn
1'ti.;: Snob, fronf'hla be 4' to the 'tips of Ida when work Is done. he finds. most refreshing Try a bottle and you Swill never use anything -
'''h. J toes steep, such ai. only a tired man
't. *? else.' Sold Red Cross j jewe
by Pharmacy. '
'ii ;: Tad has a pedigree' just like the,rat of knows. In the'same way that the earth Use For Over 30 Years.
.-emLook & _. ? '
itakek ewer
food for?
yields man, so doesit provide 'I'Ia" to Pet.
at:the tyl. of Ida eara .and'hli MOTM co."" T7 HUMUT TMUT. MW YOU* ana
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.' -;* .,novel remedies for. human His. Thousands of Now that a jungle king has taken an

.( households throughout farming districts airing In a motor car through the .. ,
Then he'a affectionate. knows every'-par.: of the -Unjted .States now,. the streets of Johnstown-.. It no longerseems .
4 _.Jortrick. *, .. '
Value of Dt.-Pierce'e Golden Medical Discovery -
1},,; House broke; obedient good to the kid. strange. that women Insist upon
.., .. I'd never part with him short of a doubl It Is Nature's most valuable and taking animals automoblling, says the
health-giving. agent-mad without the Florida East Coast
It quickNeed .' New York :Press Word comes fromParis Railway .
'tn? o' the ,money. 'Now..what'll you use of alcohol..Jit contains native medicinal ,.

i;l''""'. bid roots, and, is as the found concentration in the Amerllcan ofNature'svitality been madam's that the companion'toy terrier on, her who afternoon has- Local rune Card No. 61. In'Effect September U, IWi.

c 'Why doR.t'QU..aak me to give him away This has a-history drive/will find his'place usurpedby SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP. .
forests. remedy
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'I:., 'Why >; youthink' rye been briaging y I Which 'speaks wall :for it because it was the' lemur. A Parisian dealer in animals Na It N.. It STATIOXS. 110. 78 No.. a. ,

hint upt. _. *_ given to the:pubM. by Dr;. B.:;V. Pierce, says; :"We have sold many lemurs Dally Dilly DIUy Dilly,
Bere"Wait a mfnute! Tve something to founder of the Invalids' Hotel arirl Surgical recently, but the ringtail monkeyIs 800pm 92O&m Lv..Jacksonville .................\r 725pm 8 5&m
: ........... ............ 847am .
.S. I y to>> you- 6 08pm 8 2&&m : South Jacksonvllle .Lv l1pm
..: : ,Put .down the' caahT' ;and Til hand youthe Institute, at.Buflala' N., :Y., nearly the one women like best, because It ,7 2Opm 1040am ...........:...St. Augu5t1ne......:......... 015pm 745.rn
forty years ago, and has since been sold quickly becomes accustomed to its surroundings 7 3pm, 1118&m ..................llatlngs.....:............ 6 Btpm 849&mS
I pup.' j. \ : In Increasing'' Ospm 11 85am ................Eas\ I'alatka................ 6 20pm 6 tIOam883pm
by druggists
; Witter Bynntr In Metropolitan )lapr ever quan- and Is playful and harmless.
ff 1200m Ar................... ................... <4 65pm 605&m
sins (ides The Diana monkey also is being sold 7 Upm lllOam Lv...................I'ldatta............ ......Ar 645pm 6 55am925pm

'f, .wTk. Dr. Pierce found that the bark ofthe as a''' Pet as are small marmos t ." .... ........ ................. ................. ............ 615am I
..,;;. KIM .of Jloa.,-.. Black Cherry-tree, ,the .rOOt of the Owners of these pets are having pictures ............ 515&01 Lv.................Fan Mateo.................Ar 925pm ............

:" ., believe from the talk Mandrake, Stone root. Queen's root, 906pm l23Jpm Lv.................. .................., 4 30pm 38&m
"I way you Bloodroot and Golden Seal taken with the animals In motor Upm 12 -IOpm ...................lIuloont................... .. -I23pm 6 bm
frP about money In, ;your Bleep that you root: made cars as proof they really are carried -I8pm 113pm II .................. Ormond .................. II 3 Mpm Ii Oo&m100'pm
3. Into a scientific, non-alcoholic extract by 121pm .................. Dl1ytona.................. 345pm <4 44am1013pm
!{ have been gambling" again""My the use of glycerine. made the best altera- about Often the lemur looks more at 136pm ................l'on Oranl'e................ II 3 i5pm 4 Siam
::" .: dear, tnaf only a kind of mineral '. and tonic. The Influence ease than do his owner and the driver. 103Spm 2 oopm ,Ar......... ......Xew Smyrna................ 311>pmIl5am
".\F I'm interested in.'! live refreshing 1110am 4 44pm Arj............... I.ake Iiele ...-'.....:. -IWpm tl5pmIt i
.! '. Df this extract is at once apparant in the 28am 41)pm "f............._. Orange City.................'tLV I 50pm 56tpm114Oam
: ;" onaen.e. .You keep talking air the recovered strength of the patient-the i. LOT In a Nutshell. 5 OOpm :..........Orange lity Junetlon........... 12 45pm 5 50pm1O45pm

;: ;-l' time about(' ntl' and/money! vital fires of the body burn brighter and Announcing a betrothal in walnut 210pm Lv,...............XIW Smyrnll.-\r 3 Wpm 4 05am1110pm
;- 1 It 240pm ..................Oak .................. 240pm' 3 3bsm1151pm
"Tbat'a -antimony,
Just ; you .see their Increased activity consumes thetissue shells tied with white ribbons, was the 316J.m Ar................. .Titusvllle................. 03pn1 30uam111oam

; 'f' ,my darling, antimony," -Baltimore rubbish which otherwise maypoison novel feature 'of a Larchmont dinner 5 50pmrf. ................. lll ...................* I1I&m 6 :JOpm630pm
: t' ,,& ertean.J the system. This alterative and party the other night, says the Boston 11 &am Lv;............ .... ..............:...; _6 Wpm 11 loam
{ !.''- ,to tonic extract has been found to stand Herald. 11Mpm 316pm Lr..:..... ...:--tltus'.llle.\r:: 300am
,' Love In a nutshell is a sort of 12310.01 I 3lilpm .. ....................{' ................... 121pm 22.am1231am
*,,< Oa' War to i. Ind Out alone as a safe, invigorating tonic, as it tabloid to be expected from a society Mpm :................Iockk..J2'e................ .. 12Upm 211111mlotam
'ii.'t: .. does hot depend on alcohol for a false devoted to 422pm .. ...... ...........Eal1 a1Ue................. II 124ipm 14jaDi i
sports, accomplished whips .I I .... ............. ..... ...
: r but Is Natures own methodof 11fam.; 4 :iOpm I I" )[ ....... 123irom Siam
' .. ; Ii. stimulation and golf players.In 156am b 10pm ................. .::ebastian ................. 1152am 12 5iI&n
'. 1-., ...., strengthening and cleansing the sys-: -,------ 248am 600pm .................M. .: ." 10 S8am 1200n't.
',:; tem. It tones up the stomach and purifiesthe 305am I 6 rpm I.. ............... ..Fort tierce............:.-. It 10 fltlam 11 Mire
,;\m' :.' Time of Peace 330am335am I STpm ............. .. ....T bball ..................,. '10 jam 1119pm
!: blood f in Nature's own way. It is well In the first months of the Russia-Japan J 41pm ........ ....... .. ..KUen.........._......... .. 10 itam; 11 15pm .
li'. known all over the world as Dr. Pierce'sGolden 3 40am I '6 4Sf>ra657pm I" ................ .J. .len en................... 1008am1000am) U 00pm
;: Ari Medical The war we had a striking example of the 35lam420am r ..................Stuart........... ........ .. 10 59pm
It Discovery. name necessity for preparation and the early 7 23pm ............... .itobeSound .......... ...... 934am 10 29pm .f
: 1, was given to this vegetable compound advantage of those who, so to speak, 4 40am I 7 40pm ................\VestJupiterVcstPalm .... ....... .... It 918am 10 09pm
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because one of the important ingredientswas 515am 15pm \ teach ........ 845am820am 80pm
:$<":' : :11,; "have shingled their roofs in dry weath 43am 841pm .......... ...... .Boynton .... ....._........ 9 01 pm
i ;,., authority as Dr. Roberta Bartholow history and given to us our men: 6 ISam 9 IOpm ........... ...J-"urt 26am 59pm.
-". '. Jefferson Medical College, says of GoldenSeal greatest 6 Siam 9 47pm I.. .._............. ...Dania............ ........ .. 7 19am 7 COpm
; .: root "very useful as a stomachic. The individual as well as the nation 7 Warn II :tp01! .. .................Uall&nd le..h.. 7 09am S'pm
."" ". tonic. Cures catarrh of the stomach and should be prepared for any emergency. 7 E'i11.m 10 20pm .... ..... ..... .. Lemon City... ...... ...... 6 43am 711pm
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i'" the Are prepared to combat 7 SOam 10 :::3mr. Mulmi..I.\ 6 35am 7 (upot i
' ;:U-i. headaches accompanying same. Dr. you successfully 8 (Oun ........... Lv{................ ..Miami...................:Ar .... ...... 3 Uipm
: ", Grover Coe, in his book Organic Medicines the first cold you take? A cold can be 10 :1 lOam ,i... ...... Art. .. ... ......Uotue ted.............. ,LV ...........' U SO.BliuOet >
; speaking of Golden Seal root, says cured much more quickly when treatedas .J .:. .1
. that 'as a liver invigorator ,it has few soon as it has been contracted and before trains 20 and 78. liuCet
. .., Parlor Car on Sleeping Cars on trains 89 and 98. .
Ii: equaJ Further he says, in chronic inflammation
-- it has become settled in the t Dully except Sunday.
of the bladder we deem it one system. __. _
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r... : .. of the most reliable agents of cure. As a Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is famousfor --'jNG.n-i ---1---- ,i--
i .. tonic in the convalescing stages of fevers its cures of colds and it should be kept Sunday No. 23 Sunday Ko.21 No. 19 Daily I MAYPOIT BRANCH.Ho. NO.20 : No. 2%
.... '. .AI. pneumonia, dysentery and other acute at hand ready for instant use. For sale.. Only Only 'Daily Except Sunday 'i ** Sunday Only Dally
.- t..lA diseases Hydrastis (Golden Seal root) Is by all druggists and medicine dealers. '___i __ _I _.,-
J ..., t Lorer-l'm afraid I can't lire peculiarly appropriate." ,. 2 COpm240pm 10 lOam 6 I0]>m tam II.v.......Jackjnnvllle.......Ar)! 7 66&a1 12 %pm II) SOpm
tJ The Dr. Coe continues: "We would here 2 ((jj.m 10 Hum 18pm! 9ltwam .....buuthJoctsonvllie..Lv4i17a.< 12 22pm 522pm:
'h: without her. Little Bessie was much interested in : 10 ijOam 6 oupmi 93'am .. .....1'abla ah. ....... 17 4eam4( U noam ,4 60pin14i
:' add that our experience has demon- .
\ 4jpm 10 Siam: ,6 ::. SiJlara ......Atlanitc Iteach.... .. OOamt: 11 lam
- : '..<. The Cynic-Why don't ;you marry started the Hydrastls or Golden Seal root the trilling of a vocalist at a private OO mllllOilm! I", 10pm1 pmi lOUUam ;Ar...........M yport ... .....LT)17 4m; u 30-n ; fpm pmI
J to be valuable remedy in : .. .
a bronchitis .
4 t :.. her and see?Philadelphia Press. entertainment "Oh. mamma" she exclaimed .- .,-
' : other affections therespiratory
and of
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-. Tir.s. Espfala.d. Prof. Ilobart A. Hare, M. D., Universityof that when I get. grooved up I!' ---- --- ._. -- '- -
. : .' ""Which Is the starboard aide of a Pennsylvania, says of Golden Seal : Close Connection Made at Miami with Ste&mshlpg! of the P. & 0. S. S. Company.
I.J "Of service in chronic catarth of the Havana and Key West.
. ::,' abiprWby stomach and bowels following abuse of Tommy (aged four-Say, mamma _
D : ." don't you' know! That's the alcohol, a tonic after malarial fever. can God make anything he wauti'ta? SOUTHBOUND i j HMliTsOUlioLv -' 4

-.. side where the star boarder has bin Has a distinct, anti-malarial influence. Mamma-Certainly, dear. lI.U1I..TucFlaps, Satin-lays..H40pra | I.v HAVANA .. ...Thur..1.'...... 1:.' ({'n'Ca
-; Good in all catarrhal conditions as ArKEYVMT...\\<-IIil''llIy*. nndays..Iu/>i>m I ArKKV\VK.sT; .Thondayj. iopia Ii!
,'f''! .' room. uterine catarrh, leucorrhea, etc. Is a Tommy-Well, I wish he'd make I;:\' Lv KEY: KST.rdne Uys. .... .. 8 .. JThen why do they; call the other curative agent in chronic dyspepsia." a stick of candy with only one eLl .1rll.tY.11A..Thursdas..634am AtMI.'Ml..l'ridayTuesdays.. SWpni
.side the port side?" Prof. John M. Scudder in Specinc Med to it. -- -- -" -
t "Because that's where the porterBleeps. ication fays of Golden Seal : "It stimulates Additions Sailings between Key West and Havana.

*, : Plain Dealer. the digestive processes, and increases Little Bess-Mamma, what makpapa's i.-E.-T. ![on<1ajl. FrWavs .. 930pm Lv HAVANA .Tu..1.II.-turiajl.12 Ofin'tkAr
Cleveland' the assimilation of food: By these means \ .*.r 11.\\" \ .\.. .Tuesdays. fcaturdays.... 6 :luain KEY \Vh>T.Ta':;aj.,Saturdays. IS1'm..
JJtL the blood 1* enriched and this blood feeds head so shiny. on top? -.
t' Wltllas. Eaoaab.jl" the; muscular system. I mention the Mamma-He has lost his hair, dear Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers. Ho

., "What!" exclaimed old Roxley. "Be muscular 'system because I believe it Little Bess-Well, why don't he advertise -
first. feels the increased power imparted TheeTimeTahlesshotrthetlmesatw'hichtralnsmaybeexpwrWdWarri.e at and depart
fore you think of marrying my daughter b! y the stimulation of increased nutri- and offer a reward for its return from the: *verui l tUtions, b.U their arrival dci-arture at the times tuiadli u'it Kimrnntte'l .
you should be making at least $5,, .lon. The consequent improvement on ? i.t,r U lib Ci/mi.a;.y to be held responsible for acy delays--.or-acy,consequences_. arUnthT -from.

000 a ;year.. natural the; nervous results.and glandular systems are Croup For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information-

S :. "Well." replied Kerry "If you can "In relation to Its general effects on A reliable medicine and one that should "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

make a position for me at that figure the system there it no medicine in use always be kept in the home for immediate -
I'll take lt"-Detrolt Free Press. about which therf is ouch general unanimity lire is Chamberlain's Cough Rf mnir J. D. RAHNER Asst. Gen'I Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE FL/W t

opinion.' It Is. regarded _. .
of universally
It[ will prevent the attack if given as **>n ---- -

CUe For .''Solorno Vitiated as states.the tonic. useful. In. all de. as the child becomes hoarse, or even after Do You Want to Know All About the

? *; A suburban resident unfeignedly detested ,Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription specially the cronpy cough appears. For sale by
*:., his'neighbor a'doctor for keepIng put up forewoman's ills-for those all druggists and medicine. roving and destructive chickens. distressing-Kiraggmg down ailments EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?
suddenly I Peculiar to women-w also a temperance :
,--5 One night the man'was taken remedy that is best known by Its cares. '
flland against his wish had to call InS With;Dr. Pierce', medicines. thIr.lnrredWnts ; I Especially regarding Fruit GrowingTrucking and I

the hated physician.The [ are matters of public knowledge, General Farming? If so, subscribe for the........... ,
In&nti and
-S being) printed on.. each separate bottle Children.

powerful doctor:pills and prescribed warned some his patient very taken wrapper.into Thus Dr. PIerce's-invalid full sufferers confidence.are TH kind You Hare Atajsta0t FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER. 1

:. that M soon as relief was obtained to Dr. Pierce's great thousand-page Illustrated -
} It endangered Common Sense Medical Adviser .Bears the PRICE 25 CENTS PER ANNUM
medicine, as f
t throw way will be sent free, paper-bound, for 21 one- ISSUED ONCE A MONTH. a SAMPLE COPY FREE.
the lives of curi6ns and meddling ceu\st&mps. or cloth-bound for SI etamya, Sgoatanof !o!

Y i .'. children. Address. Dr. B.V. Pierce,.Buffalo N. Y.Y W. L BRAGG, Manager, St. Augustine, Fla. d t

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.' i.*. b ti at present over,three hundred. and ,fifty names of .. TRANSACTS,A .. "! ,
Iov: ., c ,; uftdett electors praying for an election;to be bead .f .
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.:. ; ?slit. 3'bomaa'l1Pac1ienJII'; to \The petition waS granted and the board Exchange ught'&DfSofd."on' All, '.

>f hk;duties at 'Key West after a most a enjoyable designated.Tuesday, the'18th 'of December Foreign Countries.:' -

..' ,, ; .t,.. j holiday 1 ;through?several .of thenorthern1dUefc 1908' .as the .date- for holding. such Patronage treatment'appreciated and ; Prompt ta consistent=serrice,.. -
z polite tvery
-:...<- ,.Stoppingpff; at Cocoa to e- election with conservative banking granted.
{; =\.; '' if! ," .kj'i !':""!":\,'.',-. .k JIj' : 'lj; visit bia.bro&.ber';Mr. ,).,F, Mitchell, and This subject was brought up last spring CORRESPONDENTS .
,@" sri i.t" ;tCyY .T;!"; ,i <' :?-:1Jp' tb ,III", 'xiSplQlt" at. Indiaaola fM a short stay with.his at about the time the primary was held, Empire Trust Company N,Y., Florida _.;.
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,w.,=--...:. ",",e: ""'F.J o-;;.'<7"1;' .'>. ". ':': J' "C.. -. :t eats, :1f te.; M., WaUace. His'old neigh-i but u the "dry1' side lacked a few votes National Jacksonville. ;
;,. .t ;t 'r ; '.' ': 'li\\ \ .. fourth of the viU,, .
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; "". ; Q b itlknd.friendiVereVMtosn. ke hands having necessary one-
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;,"''''< : '''-'',I fr' '';hI a:"T-.GI'88I-.r'tv':: .t-... -.1"':" thM--.hharer with, him.Mr ;.' poll list on their petition, and as there .. ,.> \1

.J :; i! 'le B route"to' her home, Jformaudlb by..the ,' ;"and..:Mrs, Thomas Donnelly left was also a misunderstanding to the law ,

.Ji. i m. : :-z. :: 'esR at Loin..hire. :1 Greedepent. xv the sum; New York by ;Clyde liner oq Tuesday regarding the date for holding special E. L. BRADY &= BRO.
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<' ... ; "jo. elections,the matter was dropped untila&et.&b ,
.; f\ .. ;:Tine? "io cbiiwgo.' and are expected ,at their winter home V_ i
\ : : i{ / :; ;:' *nd. MrL'" FR..M.. ,Packard aDd the'end of,hill'week. general election was over. V s
: :"I 1r :' Groceries Grain and food Products\
i-t' Ii It to be the concensus of opinion Hay
'-'' ( In in antI' seems .
: -'' f Ji."b r are Baking Gala week.. .Mr. Mrs. H, C.,\Sanderaon left ,
a."a.'i. s".., ,, :<.-Jacksonville.: ,. their Scranton, .Pa., home ten days ago (from different parts of the county that We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents,for If tpe.'Fertilizers. .We deal exclu
;;: : I the result of the election will be "dry." in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumer.' :Write M for peas GB
c bt r. Fred Black, the:poultry man, of visiting 'at Philadelphia and Baltimore Grain and all Groceries,.delivered at your station., E. L.BEADY.dt BO4IteiguLa,*U.

Y : ,: /} ,8.ti pee, was in town on Monday,- are expected at their' winter home, Bam The following is the order passed by

= ', Alice boo Lodge, the last of this week. ,
: : : 1 v. Capehart andMusDao- the board of county commissioners authorizing S.J.NORTON
\" ley" rrioo- Friday .last; Mr.and Mr. A:.Hildreth. accompanied by Mr. this special election: ,

cL t' :4 .. ; will be I kif and Mrs. Lee'Taylor, all of Colnmbus, N. Andrews al
; Mrs, Capehart here: this we "Petition of R. et registered Ha'
-# a .Mrs. Capehart is able to travel. 0., 'are. expected in a few days. Uncle' voters of Brevard county, Florida, Staple and Fancy Groceries P a Q'i11n
,W.. F.; Dixon had a motor put in his Abe having sent orders ahead to have'j proving for a wet and dry election in said ,

4 fr t3.;'s boat at Booth' shop. It was launched hit fine launch in readiness to meet the county, was received and the same was VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY; -

: on Satord.y."Ji party, compared with a certified list from the Tlfwstrllle., i i Florida.- .
r V Oranges are coloring up rapidly. Rev WOK Stones will preach here Sunday registration books, and it appearing that V I
both morning and evening than one-fourth of the
\ Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Grimes are in mote registered

Jacksonville this,,week Mr. G. Wallace has just completedan : voters had signed said petition as required WHITEHALL PORTLAND CEMENT ;
I by law: It is ordered that the same
:addition of 700 feet to Mrs. D. A.
i ,j:. Mr..G. 8Hardee ,lost a due horse. this
1 Carter's dock: be granted and that said election be heldon
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'.week) which he had recently '
; } .one purchased
the 18th day of December, 1906, and
s f ,.>';, .. for his family's,use. .Death. f1'o... Appendicitis that the clerk is hereby instructed to 500 Barrels will be received in the next

> ;f Mr. Geo. Huston arrived ,home on decrease in the same ratio that the use of publish the notice of said election ad required 60 days. Costs a little'more than other cement I"

: i V :7": < Mr. J., M. 'Sanders is in Jacksonville save you from 'danger and brink quick but is better.
and release from
.f..' >... this week.. and painless the H'a growing out of it.constipation Strengthand Card of Thank EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,
r '- Mr. and Mrs H. 'Trafford vigor always follow their use.Guaranteed The W. 0. W. Camp No. 141 extend
; ; .A., spent Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material.
;, iron Saturday till Tuesday on their grove by Red. Cross 'Pharmacy/.. Try their thanks for the cooperation of the V?

x ". .' -s'; at Gebrgiana and they found everything them. + many kind friends who so ably assisted Eau Galiie. Florida..
k GEORGIAN in their entertainment and a vote of
., very satisfactory. ,
thanks was*given Mr. and Mrs. H. Wilson '
Mr. A. Baldwin, of Rockledge.. was Mr. and Mrs. Trafford, of Cocoa, came ;
H. C. Cockling, Mrs. J. L. Carruthera
: i. + tiding his motor cycle Tuesday night over last Saturday and stayed until Tuesday PAINTING
Mrs. R R. Pyles, Mrs. J. P. Wilson,
: ,-3 fie collided .with a''wagon. and had his They are much'pleased with their
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Giles, Misses Fannie 1
shoulder badly crashed. purchase and plan to live here later on.
Badge, Marion Gruber, Merle Scobie, Paper Hanging, Kalsomioing, Tarnishing Staining, Finishing, i
1. t Tbe manager V of the Riverview at Merrill Mr. Lenard Sims and Mrs. Arthur Sims Leona, Carruthers, Leah Losley, Sadie Sign Painting of all Kinds, Etc tOld
1 passed through town on Tuesday. were spending the day at the home of A. Dnren
Mr. and Mrs.
C. J. Denham, W.
B. Carter last Tuesday. Mr. Sims is from Furniture made to look like new Mirrors made and Resil vered. Reasonable Rates
r.4. Mrs Harry Watton was in town with T. Winterhager, Miss Katie Stewart, Miss .

Un. G.. Schuyler,'of Indianola, wlo she St. Augustine. Lola McGuire, Miss Maggie Gruber, G, V. "VV -EIliIDiEtEiD .

.;; is VWttpg.r Georgiana folks are shipping grape L. Mandaville and many others who .jTituwille
.. fruit and, lemons. Oranges are coloring Location: Scrimsjeonr Building (Washington Aeenne, next door north of Lesley's
;r. The youngest child of Mr.. and Mrs. & rendered special service in their effortsto
: i. & Jones is quite ill.. early this year, aqd some, of them are make a social and financial success. ,. FloridaS

quite sweet now. ,. _. .
t R. lutoixon' reached,liornt this week'
':;( Mr. Veaey Hall had the misfortune to In 'every clime its colors unfurl
t: from an outing in Boston and New Hampshire.
lose the propeller from his large boat on Its fame has spread from sea to sea; 4jCi
v' Be not surprised if in the other world, Victor Edison and Talkopione
his trip np from Eau Gallie last Tuesday. ,
You hear of Rocky Mountain Tea.
:; Col. S. F. Travis purchased a cow for 'I
ft V T .Mr. Herbert Lee is making plans for Ask your druggist.SOUTHERN. ;" Talking Machines Supplies and
home use and as a first experience they ,
his cottage on the Lyman river front.

foundered it They will live in the old home while the RAILWAY Records sold bj tbe

[fg V Mr. and Mn. J. F, Mitchell have cottage is building. .

i! :". .., moved. into their own home. They have Mrs. Pierce has been repairing her INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE
the new addition finished and Round Trip Excursion Rates from
dock. Dave Ramsey had charge of the
!li have comfortable pleasant home. ,
F RS i a work. Jacksoniille TITUSYILLE, FLORIDA

.. IB&UU Mr. Tuttle and Carl
'i went Best line to Washington and points .

& T.' Miss Whitaker has rooms at Mrs. Spat hunting last Saturday and bagged a :large east. -- ,
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?? ; ., urds. She is teaching the best school in bunch of coots and ducks. Springs Ark., un sale daiI I
j: : the county of.its size. : Mrs. Jane Taylor sold all of her chickens limit 90 days. wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

't Mrs. Redletch, who bought a small latt week. She will devote her whole $61 6 c City of Mexico and return; tick- :|

; s, place here is soon to return with her place to fruit and flowers iu the future. eta on sale Nov. 22ad to 28th .

HI : V t daughter. Mr. Horace Bennett, who is clerkingfor For information inclusive;regarding limit 00 days.rates to oth- :I The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.

S .{ Mr. and Mrs. Scull are among those Mr. Provost, will board at Mr. Peter er points apply to T. K. McCall, C. P. .. .
s i who are anxious to return. Their hand Wittfeld's for the present. and T. A ; James Freeman, D:: P. A.,
t\ ;. 'Phone 743, Jacksonville, Fla.
p : :- some house and launch await them. Lee Baldwin was on the sick list last 2g MACHINE SHOPS '

', i' ,v ,' Mr. Chas. Mast and wife are here for week also Dr. Wittfeid.

!-o., ': t >.. the winter., They have large pineapple 'Dr. Holmes was in town last Saturdayand BOBBINSQRAHAM .\ .

:' 'if interests' at Boynton. Mr. M's father and Sunday. Everyone is glad to see % Plumbing and Metal Work

t\; : mother are permanently located here. him looking so well. & ;
"" The old settlers are holding their o'.nand Cora Munson did not return to school CO.,

vt those who are coming in are excellent Monday. She has been almost sick from (Incorporated Paid up Capital $25.000.C., ; BUILDERS' HARDWARE, PAINTS & OILS

T. .; :' people. the effects of the cold that has been going This company owns landsin

Crops are good and miles of hog proof the rounds of the Cocoa school, and will the Indian River Country
,on the St. Lncie River,
&; fences have been made to save themjfrom study at home this week.B&NYAN. at New River, and on Biscayne Agricultural Implements

the root hog or die propensities of these Bay.

Mr.' L. Slathers has been on the sick Send for land list. ,

V i CITY POINT list He spent Sunday with his family. OFFICES .

1 S .. The hunting party, hauled by Capt. Miss Annie Stewart, of Brantley, spent TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.
.. Sharpe, who went into on Tuesday
camp ,
Sunday with her friend, Mrs. Schofield.Mr. .
t 4o be ready for work Wednesday morning ::8: yo Pitts'
W. J. has been
Ragan improving
returned on Saturday
evening. They
! tbe looks of his place, moving the build. Successor to R. L. MOTLOW ,
report having a thoroughly good
B ing used as a poet office out near the BINCHIJTIR i
time and the
killing of two deer. i ij j
road and patting up a neat wire fence
I Mr. Chas. Sharpe, of Colnmbi ,| sna., around same. }
arrived on Wednesday to look after his
.p2 r grove and other interests and also to en. Miss Nellie Schofield spent two days ? IM 1

ii;'| joy an outing in quest of deer and quail. the guest of Miss Eugenia Stewart of y NUBLACK ..
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; i Mrs Thomas, of,Chicago, arrived on I
Mr. and Mrs. i
and is Osteen, of Lotus, were
Friday again occupying her '
f home at 8h pe8. visiting friends here Sunday afternoon. Loaded Black Powder Shells

Mr. C. L. Stewart
Sunday at
: Mr. Asa Chancey work on Mr.arter'a .
? Tropic, his daughters, Misses Annie and Shoot and
packing house, which will be :,r.;: Strong Evenly J
Nellie, accompanied him.
completed in few daya. IN
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V :> Several attended the party given by Are Sure Fire
:. Mr. W. H. Cresson was absent on Wad
r Miss Annie Stewart, of Brantley. All reports Will Stand
in 'N '
nesday and Thursday attendance at atniauonary Reloading
'i conference of the fourth, di?. pleasant time. T

1-j ilioD P. E. church, held at Columbia; M. They Get
Jour: stomach churns and digests the Always The Game.
V Fine
Liquors, Wines Beers
;. ., S-. Ps bod>> yon eat and if foul, or torpid, or out I .

't The.agoM.of Mean. Boyle and John I of order your whole system suffers from 1 Ales,, Stout, Etc.TITUSYILLE ., V '1 For Sale Everywhere.
Holliater'a Rocky Mountain
Wilkini are iftin in. active use hauling ,Tea keeps well.soeD"/ Tea or Tab- and COCOA, FLORIDA ,

i ; ; jresb ble5 to Cocoa. lets. Ask your druggist IS.Send me your ordersa.e

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