The Florida star
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00294
 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 6, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00294
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Leonard Monby, of Shiloh, is now LVYAIr MOXWT,.JISCAST 9, Z905.Flannelette 81P.
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1lwtMartr. t11ITflull flat 'AN .a.p1& Mr. lt..ttw of Whet Os b yard wide,suitaUe for la* Xveus 4
,j- 'jisud; ITwra.Tttefiiieatasnrtmectof W. C Howea. 1.0.1.c dies' dresses, shirt waiste and children'sdresser Carr'eat at ... ....... Awes.

Mr. W. L Horror left Monday to travel Md jkbowt TtturiUe. kimonas well, former P.attyed Is f Iarkt. "
Cake, Bread for Marx Oysters style and quantity atF. a nts, inventory price 15 cent Mess: For Sale e '
Brother, of Jacksonville, fa the every Japan*** sftrar can I far ss,._. .
'*ad Phi st P EL C. variety of pattwns to select from.
western put of the state. EC.. Grocery. ( ,Outing flannel, mad by the Acxwkeag Call on address R.; J. Platt Mima, Tit r F -

f.fi h Beeaiiful seUexket ia feather goods Miss Pattie Howee and Miss Nettie Call bell, cracker jar* and a fine line cotta, known as the guest roo Hoose paintlntv sign painting, 'paper t

ad bornt wood work Just arrived at Red Coolant left for Rollins college Monday, of souvenir goods si the Red Cross Phar ducer, former price 15 cet.a markdJ', '10ants hanging. caJaominil1<<. etc., promptly at 1 1
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Oroae Pbaraacy.. to. Addraa J. I Mobfey, Titos
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after ten da,. vacation at home. macy.
,Drees goods-We will plare on sale ville. ,;
l Mr. Aofost Ddiaer tad wife, of Jack. Mr. Citrus stock on high pine land bout hundred
Martin grown two
J. Hall, who w. charge entirely new patterns, We have the finest of
: ; eooviUe, arrived Sarulay on a visit to his 'of Ids Hatton Tumor's grove ndian River Nurteries, established 18S8 at almost oar-lsltof their regular slue.Indies' ever offered the toilet soaps I'
100181e&r1 on east
mother Mrs Dora ready made underskirt madeof roast price t ,
Deiener. *
ago is here for a visit with Mr. G. b[. Send for catalogue, Toledo and ,West the best quality of oral silk, extra wide range from 10 rents to 11.00 per cake. '

Bed Cross Pharmacy has just received lien. Palm Beach.! / with accordion pleated flounce and dart Red Crosa J"'harmae,.. l

#, a a new f iavotce of hand mirrors handsome Mrs. Geo. Wilkinson, of Pablo Beach, Mia Maggie Collins left Tuesday forSL ruffle, poeitivdy. worth* f!.00, special There were.fervicca lathe .Ej.WopaJ m

e soavenir goods, handkerchief and glove and Mitt Kate Sommerlin came home topend Augustine where she will remain until '1.9. church Sunday, but owing ia th* fact ei
Piques in nice
figures makes
% bows, s Christmas with their mother, )Irs.J. the Ormond DAytona automobile race, waist or, children's or dresses stripes,, worth 35 that they..", not announced In the preys .,. t t

Mrs M. 8. Jones Jr., of Quay, arrived Summeriin.Mr. ; when the will spend a few days in Days cents, eprCi&119 ct-nU per yard. last week the attendance was light ". '-

last afternoon visit to her tona. Merveriied shirt waist materials, in c.Jllt "
on a
P Batorday TUosville
R. B. Livery, at rear of e ,
.' of Madison, Ga., i white charopajcne, worth 50 i cents a ,
sister,. Mrs. J,,P. Brown. vMs witing his brother Mr. P. D. Parker Rev. W. F. Alien, of THusvill, will yard, special 25 cents < Robbins' law otfict, Wet HylUh rigs. :F :' s*

.. J;f T.. Knot .Is spending a few days also Mr. Robinson of the same place. preach in the Methodist church at Cocoa Bert quality of Lonsdale or Fruit of the Leave your orders for hauling,' both double ... }

this week with her sister, Mrs. J. Finley Mr. Parker has made op a I'Artyand Uk next Sunday. Jan. 8th, both man- born yard wide, 'pt't"iAI12 yards for f 1. and aill .. J. M. Otlan, proprietor. r i

"b Mitchell, at Cocoa, before leaving for en them for a hunt down Banana river log and evening, at the usual hours for Monday. We will only.also place on sale about 200 Among those from COCOA t fat attended

feV: .sew Smyrna. Christmas and new year have come and } worship. pieces of embroMery, suitable for underwear the New YParhettst Titusviie! Friday .

.. Mrs. W. N, Ilendry returned to Fort got*, and as usual very quietly and pleas Capl P. St'I80nJ of South Titusviile, J widths ranging from one twenty- night .e noticed the Misnes litter and 4 k

_ >' Pierce Tuesday afternoon after a visit o f ,0U,. We had our tree in the church on having recently 'mid his! launch, the five value.Ladie inched. at almost one hat!of Us regular Mewra. Jack Lmnmg'and Waller Hat- a ..gter.

'several! weeks here with her mother Christmas eve and a short entertainment lope, feels the want of his lost Hope *' knitted corset cover with' .

4 4 Mrs Albiae Brady. by the children bigh everyone seemed and is making plans for the building a 81 eveo, this mates a splendid garment Miare Pius and May Howve and ., < .Sf'

v For the medicine cheat or sideboard; to enjoy. The church was full and many considerably larger hoat, something about for all this climate, dress fitting sltoulde. Mewrs. H. J. Magruder and U* I.. t' e
sizw | 25 .
ppwi rents.Speiial
'.. I.,W. Harper Whiskey is preeminently people were outside for lack of room. fifty feet long with craving comforts. prices on ladies' rhoea. Of Howe, of Oak Hill were among tit* visitors *.

.the family whiskey-none better. Sold The Budge cottage, on Main street, uonr.r you kiww we carry the best of who attended the New Year hall e ,

by B. L. Motlow and F.. I/ey.! SBIIXIH. which is now occupied by Mr. It K.Pylfs braldl. every pairiroarantml.Li here )last Friday evening! _I
Mr. Walthero of Golgonda, III, ispending and and Mr. and dies' lisle thread how, Qtteen'sOan,
family Mrs. T. P.lowes
B. E. Mima and wife of Bona. A -
Mr. pleasant
<(a cents, tjwial 35 sands.3titlonlers very was that 'hell at <
:restore, were the guests of Dr. J. M. s a few weeks here with his sea has heen purchased by Mr. Baldwin | promptly filled on any of the opera house Monday night. The. affair .

"s'.' .. .* ,Dixoo and family the Jim of this week, Miss Annie Kohl, of Blackshear; Ga., the fireman on the Ranford; branchof the a our jj.ju.iit. was given by'jlim, Annie Joi-es In g

'i ,daring the time of the meeting of the pent Christmas with her mother and the F. E C. railway. Mr. Budge held Jrurs Titnsville Ku\c, Fla. honor of her friend, MislBewie Towo '-1_ 1

friends at this place. the properly at H.OUOand recently reused send of F
county school board. ---- Alabama who! has been on a 9

Ji"f't.r.: U,.d. and Mrs. F. T. Budge and Stella Mr. and Mrs. 'W. C. Carpenter of 0- an offer of within about a hundred CHAUTAUQUA OF THE TROPICS.The visit here during the holiday seajon. ,J:

--F'" and Dorothy and the baby returned to ken, and Mr. and Mrs. Jesee Daniels, of j dollars of that mark. i 1 coining itewion of this chautauqua Tuesday and Wednesday marked the a

Tituaville, spent Christmas with Mr.Grims The Indian River State bank, of thi u /
it.1. .their home in Miami Monday after wiI!| be held during the last two weeks of departure of the college siodrnts for their f

; spending the holidays here with Mrs. and family. place, made its stockholders happy onHIt February, commencing on )'l'brw.r,15th studies again. Mia Fnnkis Stewart left '

B's. parents, Capt. and Mn. Ju. Pritch- Every one reports a })lly time at the advent oft the new year by paying and ending on February"27thi Tuecday for St Josephs academy, St. Angusioe .

__", .ani. dance given at )Ir. Kohl's Monday eve them a semiannual dividend of 4 percent Some evil-wiaded person, who has no { ; on We.lhelday Mis Grace s ? r

Jlrt Co T. 'McCoy: of Sunbeam, in the ping Excellent music was furnished by on the capital ett ck. Although thelower consideration for the best interests of the Reed and Louise Brown, with Mite La .

j Ib lptarodetp i part of oar town, where be has the violin, seconded by the guitar. Dane- tart coast is plentifully supplied east wait of Florida, has circulated a report ;. i cretin Conan, who spent-tart of tV bola y '. l.
_: i l Dg was continued: until a late boor. with banks we note with pleasure that idays with MiA!toohe for Rolllr l ;'-
:J; _;an ideal home ins. fine orange grove, that there may be no session.. ka. f. It ,
the Indian
;. paid THE STAR office a pleasant call hut I The fish fry at the canal Friday was River 6t> :,, its own with the .. ....
people. !
H't Friday. Mr. McCoy purchased the Decker one of the mt enjoyable vents of the sha low of truth in it Miss Annie Jones left for!Stetson university .rMEN'S .. p

.;; place and has made a beautiful home .&80D. After frying the fish and a delicious The recent death of Mrs. M 1. Neenan's The platform "orktlll.re engaged and IVLand, acrompanipd by her JDbtberi

'. *the same by the expenditure of several basket dinner on the banks of the mother, at Barhemlle, Fla., has ma- | I>r. Uavile.n, will open tbrerasion on tile Mrs Judge Junta, who returns to that t
t thousand dollars additional to the purchase canal, Mr. Speer kindly gave the party a serially changed the plans of Mr. Nt' 'nan lath: of February as above stated. city for the balance of (lie.. Inter seasons .',
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and his family. He had bought a lot ---
grand old straw ride home
price. with his four We have prepared the finest program 'It
The old was watched out and tht mule team.Christmas. lereand expected to build a residence that we have ever presented. It will bean .AJ5no
year hereon, but has now decided to locater Made b? the pants king of America. I ,
Dew year welcomed in by a goodly number pasted off pleasantly. Ou the farm Barberville intellectual treat to all who attend. B.t line you ever saw free them!
in TUuaville last Saturday night tree was a great success. The exercises i upon at recently ocrupiedby Preliminary! programs will be ready for J. U. Wuna.t Co.

> > v Just a minute or two before the new by the school children were excellent, !tIt't't'han' mother, Mr*. distribution (n a few dAy.
L r.. !l'r hill. lie experts to move in a few f
Ae year Was ushered in, the church bells I considering the short time they were weeks. The hotel accommodation of Melbourneis NEW YEAR DANCE.

started Sp slowly and continued ringin drilled. Many beautiful and useful presents i now greater than ever before, there being The New Year dance at the opera louse I

for something like five minutes. fume were on the tree and no one was for CHANGE OF COUNTY OFFICERS. I'I three good sized boo," M well as last Friday night was the swell event of f

I. of the awakened sleepers thought it wag COUl'D.fter the tree many beautiful 1 several bearding houxee. There will the .*..JOU, the attendance being large
Tuesday marked the down
a fire alarm until they were thoroughly and varied fireworks were displayed and stepping probably be one or more restaurants op and the dancers imbued with that vivact

14w aroused and it then dawned upon them a number of friends went to the home of and out of a few of our county officials I enduring the t t'N! oa of the chalJ uqI14. ty that lends so much enchantment t\ \ a
and for introduction of 10'.t.
suddenly that the new year had arrived. Mr. sod Mrs \. N. Nolle, where a plant ra.+- mme new ones Persons wuhinjr further information such an ottaI IQ. Partta, were '' C.

evening was spent to take their places, the greatest chaheint its will kindly ad.JrtbIIl'lther of the follow- from Oak Hill City Point, Cocoa, Met* i
LOST. made in the scliool 1 board, whichwas lieu W. L Davidson
drag: 1711 Grant Flits Island and from sume of the Interior Jto.

An old gold stick pin set with corals MIU-WINTKK tAU a complete rhan/e of pt>rtunl'l. The M., X. W., Washington, I>. C., or Wile os. Manager, Banning sourtd a bigsocvwi '

was lost on Wednesday somewhere U.tweeo ?- All! winter dress pxxlsat cost during retiring memfrs on this board were liaru T.Veils, Melt.mrne. Fla. on this affair and .

.. the residence of Judge., Jones and J Jlnnary-Soveltit't', hennetU-s aenfeS Chairman J. M. Ihxon, and Meirs. It __ _._. w hope to BW j-.
Till STAR office. The finder will please ,brilliantine* worst ,!* lV t n \' several emits of this kind ere the 1It..anea ..,,-
rte elc. >n' Andrews and J. E. Fn'u! afo the TIAKT..
return same to THI STAR office and be i will this sale. J. U. WALKKK (\>. into lent .
suitably rewarded. I !school superintendent, Mr R. E. Mims.! Next Saturday, Jan. 7th, i ill club day atGilberts -- .if. ...

i WHITt CITV. The new board ronsistK t\f Sk 'era. .\. J. : her and it is also the annual NEW YEAH PARTY 1
REC: tHEn Carter R. F. hard''ty and J M. Orrell .
Ira Lsrnont left for Wt4 Palm IVarliMooday. I election: of otricen and there should he a On MoiH .ay by special invitation a a

;,t Bannister, Bates Lenox or Star Bran II with JI Ir. Hardesty alectrrd M serve aschairman. l tag! attendant *. large number of the friend of Ca.". I'. 4 a
hers. The best ever mule.; Mr. J H. U'alker who ha.. .
f. J. 1:. WALKER Co. Some of our people pent New Yea F served f,r !u and his sn-in-law, Mr. Jrp|
day with friends at Grant HwryV new hour and in the near future ndergbrde, of houth Tituviiie, wet at
t of county f\fomi"'tlnt"r :Iii chairman, a...-
AOTO-BOAT RACES. 'I other beautiful! rt idrnce will hare the captain's palatial l>wui to tvlelj/ate i
Mn. Dutton entertained tier Sundalttot turot' the duties of snpcriutendent of ;
t Paatingin ti. important with thegneaOrmoadl t i rlaaa Satorday afternoon. lahtic sch.ols. teen added t>i our rapidly grow tog tow u.Who'll the new year and aim in honor ot theentpgenient ft

.. )ayton automobile races amImmediately I i 1... D. Jrne was up from Jensen Stnrday 1 On the U-ardof ooiinty mmmi''I! tithe nest! just orw }('AIilJ that diy-of* '
Mr. Jef'flllle Twitcheil! of Kansas Mr. and Mrs. SondergMrde. After the
this annual eventr City
following ,
there but
night to attend the tanqaet wa one change-Mr. W. H.I
k is the series of aut) bt.a' race to be held Walker! taking the con>-ionersliip arrived I hu>t Monday fur tl* inter and I gnevta hid arrivnl they were M to the r
Mr. and Mrs Austin were welcomisiti r ely ian retreat under the
; oa Lake Worth at Palm llt-ach. fMm tlie tir t di'tnrt vice l.in brother 'U mcidrnlaily watch the prc; r*** of his I palms along the ,
eo node h \ >rs here SatonUv sad Sunday.T. ii Great preparations are being 1 )Ir. J. I:. Walker, who I" u f,- .lolJl having
Motor Boat ax-odation B Jt'ne"1 over (rom the i isfan.! 1 at Uaihuetrute. J'It1urt"Wul' spot had Un trau,formed .
the .ust Coast ?!>|ierinend The board of mm' I.' j!
for this e rent which protni eto attract Sunday lit* genial face was al.) !<<'n a1 !Mi.n.-If..is now ortinized by the H-It'CtKl Oar -hox4, under the skillful direition i iof I into a venial! dreamland by nut&et.
$ tile tail Saturday ions Ja ieM lanterns hci&ff
nights d.od
thousands of rv>ple) to the east coast of Mr.( IL A. O-nkhrg as chairman.I : Mi n bue Hopkiit, ably atitu by ::: llUlA' 1

3a Every boat ow net on the Florida coca Mr KtUur returned to hie home 10 >r. .\. A. Mew art, .. toO has wrvrd this }ISII Kyle, u making tine pnyn the among the p l.h.. The CU..*.. being

,r' .\ tIhu been inrited to participate in tbb Ftruaodma, leaving Mr,. K. to "prtd a \Unt -1.ti. il, rt'Or'&QUUfln ,vwc i, winter, and we t bespeak fur them the !j M'atrd, they were s...rwd with New Jerany .
' *. few "t'\'ki with her j clam chowder and many other be
prttf&InFI1U particulars may U secured ter.ty-fi ur more fear tau, as clerk! of J roost tficcrwfal jear tlcho> l li as tr )
[ I ; tuhotantials, thin t-- c? t> V,.* i .iths
in relation to the racvs and ca'ni- Th battqoet given by the club WM arnat tt*cn'Uit l'JOU and cterkf: tl* ir ard of 1 1 1coucty had. !!
I 0"1'\f'>u. wpplyof Imt tenth which
f"tf val by writing Mr. FmlSlerry, secrrtaryat tuect?, there briny nearly a ban I I mrnmsai.urr' Mill Uonh, to the Our stores bate a k 1>led the very la-id- did fall ,
; prewnt jtttlc to attd
Palm Beach. dal in attendaace. Thl'l&I.! .as Ltu l- I duties of that high: a&ititi rrsfuAbfe fU'of > abie pUn of of' ervmg Thursday after- >)*-dAUxtt a d.Jr.n.i1! f.utfft4 I IM fully sets en

& From 15 to 33 large motor boats wil ufaUj decorated and an at-undaace I ,>a.ilr ', nun, as a holiday, Ida gnitg U>eirckA .- op and a larje d).p.'.J of Brs.urka'f'jl r

7 compete for the prises in their class: a u.1 i guns tljiofs to roa;. Music. Ram dancing P. .\ McMtUi! *vf faGae: ,accerd ; av well: u trWnwrUea, an c).....>r- OUch ai I'.,n.an I Mr. }. F.V.xxi ,. 'tunitr ret sod recnatton and in in- ; which trvrd
of Gxr
>, u a : to mate the
several of them, which are at prvteot in etc., made up the prv ram and all of c"kCiUUI _Ucll the t.aiJ.J.ralflTber Ha-is |*- r
11't >r U1PS. twav n.r"" t pieaMotlt. CajX. rllltUlun' {'
;i- .iaortbeta watery, will be brought to Flor joyed a pleattact erecitxg. The kfUU..j Kn .4
rroainir.g oili1Ion.! .
, I cccnty = \ wn rushing to the .cif er bu- gw t4 Ii'U. I1QUitflII ygraphr.ph4.e
< *. ids: .. Flat car w ill be pm<*d into ar r' The holiday "t"Iek.a< certainly en .\ IK I't'rn-et', u Cvar.lv judge; Jude ream a prvdk-tioo f,>r fret M) fir an our rri.Ctnne. whr MA nuoe 1
will be: brought ben I I). L tauMrn, f-rumtitii; ovoct-rrted sad ; lJurJo MOJI few Wb m'tl, tar l" '
\.j m d the boats }*yd by our debuts ia real earn***, thebring attorney; locality was right glad wwerr naal:
vV for the cL)Gktt. OJH thing tonal 1.. W. Hail a*tW r ->f UXr : J. P. lK*: they "fell down* on it % 4:' :, doe season gatherings every night at Brow u thenfl, John Henry aa tiv- Rae are rat loukmjr furtiouble* Iv alter 10 o'tiotk tftOMprewtl t.4e J
&? te'ytry certain, and that is that LatWonirwDl suave of the hoot of our young pnp;e. serer coo u to* in tlldf mpniitc u ...wcsl.l ,of this kind. pka.e, Mr. jMsicuell bear ti..u boat. cud their .,vsa gvi.lniaha. ? 1

, rr be the center of attrali Q Among those who entertained were for the cuou og term. this in wind hereafter. with b-rt wuhn ft* u.aDllUf"w1IUd. enjyable +

'4'a and. the festuree which develop thrtin J1cealatnca One, Ihjltoo: Gusta&en, L run SALT- .- -- The c.anyrwnd!, of Mr. Jo \c.j.u. s-eawoa.. ti
cBear T
rou "
'Xf? motor boat racing will be the foundation toot and others. To lovers of turul r& CASH. of Newport K,.. who tyrbt Ut a forkthere tt r.taG.T

fcr, iateroatkxul racing in months rWJow. joyment we say come to White Qty.SerentyBve About M acres of good high land on will rirv d to kara that tA will "
- the eM or ocean tide of the Indian river be married to one <4 (inaf : TXXT FUK at the Narrows, deacritcd aa fellows: Lot d/armicg vuccg ladies en Jan Ilth, and C *."rr I..t lun.l hi'1'U Ct.
No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 2 .
ESttVATtos. cectioa. will mike tour or the ea>tcuaK tt'p'pirjatM. -' -- --- '
cg IiL axp McFaria&d tent cao t. 36, in to..-nthip 31 south .
y range 39 edu Acacafne fist and sill aJwj roK *.ua:
Fi ,4 ::4h otwnugto visit the ttUod wil.ill (.. cheap bYlppl.inc at Tat Sn ol nil '. td is naispf J\ej but<< biT tocited. 4 extend tirar i inp to Havana a/u wtachU : TU sharpie bat AU flight M&titwsuid.
4.3rtieembsr it U to ot Ub I fl.*. These are 9x13 fact ia fair For farther ?
that necwsary an oaitldiuoo tanicolan add ma a> permit from the wardeo. P. Kroesei hisrlol' been aced only twice a.nJ E. M. Low, HAll, the traaufoi t>ouie&/ Mr. .\. L. hoctir., tartia. rte. AdJr s Bui 21S
: i r -lea, *> Uad. bare bee wet booted<; Brockton. 34.... Andrews, flu fatbtr. .Tttwviiiv, JTa >yt
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; :/1oti. :j.'Ck on Grande river :
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.:.: where hone
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t waiting, as well .
;!" "', >:,1 .. .. -- .i '
'f::.:.- ,.,..,... u guides guns and fishing tackle, for i ,.

.. "- ''.}. i ;;: 'J. Petatsytraala. r..nrsItF Prefe'C .... three months' midwinter outing and
"" "' |--For Sale
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; '1'a'-Ur" ; Ian. Heaaoaiees flatted Stale hunt In southwest Texas and eastern

Xake P.s.ibte a Clsntsatt.tt t. old Mexico' says a spei-Ul despatch
k .
.: !j.>, Wklek History O.er* Few JUal.. from n uston. Tex, to the St. Louis East I
Poet.t lspateh. Coast lumber
d@1" ale-W' tally'' '.( th. 'W rl4t .

;::t .', Tattable hr CM" t"ter.. from Rest everyday_recuperation business and a cares diversion art Supply Company,

.1i Writing of "Tb Earaomic Interpretation among the objects of this itineracy ;", ,

,;4 ,,'J of lH&lorj" In the bimonthly Annals On account of the fact that the territory I
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{. ""k' of tie American Academy of Po- to be traversed by the party bODe EAU G4LLIE FLORIDA.

interesting from the standpoint of ,

"" ...St- a naturalist it has been arranged to +fi"c air.

bare one or more scientists In the party v

Pennajivaaia{ says this tit an Ameriwn so that specimens( may be collected and 50 and 60 inch in Stock. ? '1\\'

: ; future based on food supplies' : preserved. Those chosen for this purpose -

are well known field collectors.
i.4_ Not only has America a better food \
Some of the rarest birds, aniiuals, butterflies Write for Prices
f*:: apply than Europe, but 'the barriers ,
and beetles known to museums
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to commerce hare been BO far broken
hare been taken in this i
section\ ofAmerica
; dcnrn as to make the food- snnnlr- -. -. of-- the-- _. .. .. .' _
and it is likely that the result -- --- < !50.J ._ '-
1 eh whole ters. world available at our great ten of this expedition will add new ....U he Hattoa. j THE

} species and sutepedes American Professor lUf'ber cl the University of ,
"A new civilization It now possible to CiU/ornU U rfectlor
a machine to an-
fauna that will be
described for the The Motor
which those of the past can offer few wcr question ] '

,. A,9, t analogies. Individual strangle has pra<* first time. It you ban a lot of quettloos and are I Iworrytrj I
d tically ceased. A sufficiency of food The main features of the trip will for answer. J
be to study the possibilities of southwest Push the button. j I
come to the unskilled laborer, and the If you want to know the
of .
Texas gu 'tb
}If increase of population even when augmented and east Mexico from a youthful ballet dancer,
+,fin by a million business standpoint It !is known that Push the button. 't j
; Immigrants a
year !
a ; does not Increase the pressure We this section of the country Is excellently It you want to know the reason for aTnlnl' Jic M9J
r.f thing
n suited for the location of hotels
hate higher standards today with SO- The worries of the commoner and discos ,
and sanitariums
,, OOO.c ) people' than we had two generations on account of the mild tent of kings,
,Y ago withto.OOQ'riO. ness and exceeding dryness of the And why you hue to coax the jouthful j. 'I I
people, and
-r ) climate. wonder ere she 4
sloss. It t stands alone fur cftlrlcnr andstrength.
we could support 300,000,01"0 with
} as Push the button E
It is also known that
the j
quicksilver .
great ease rod with as little Individual
and even abandoned silver mints on Would you get some Information '
atfnle! as to
the east side of the Rio Grande could stocks or bonds or grain It has plenty or metal and It I*
Tbe great central plain of North be Push the button. where it dors the ino t good.
more fully developed; also that Urge{ Y
America is a vast storehouse of food. Do you want to make a minion? Do you
,= quantities of coal exist! in this locality "ant to catch It Is
We bare the wheat that Europe has, a train? j perfect in design and orLKver '
only trailing the advent of capital Push the buttons 'q
r but we hare it more abundantly. We lIuubblp.
to tie mined and placed ou the market I It something aj to CuMon-as to bon
bare more extensive grazing; regions net glove or dress? s .
:Ei and with torn for fodder, have superior Sheet and Angora goat roam on Does the ChrUtma problem worry you : ) thlug uieun.s Mltllt'thltlg.

facilities for raising cattle. Pork never every hillside, and Texas t-eing a great and fill you with distress? .,- SendBridgeport fur f4talcu6.B'rll .
cotton producing state this would bean Do you wonder if the damsel will rej ct
; took Its proper place in the diet of the you or say "Yes?" "
world until the great cornfields of the admirable! location for cotton and Iush the button. ;&
west came Into existence. woolen mills as the cheap labor of 1 % ort Machine Motor Co.: -
Mexico lies' at the very doors, cheap For the price of lamb or lobster beef orI dgep ,
"To think o( the changes in diet that labor veal or pork or mutton '
being as for the .
the cheapening of sugar has made is opt.'rn'110n lush the button. Bridgeport, Conan .
of these mills on a paying> basis I For the works 4f all the
st tq realize; In a measure what an Increase authors, from did
of population! will follow the full u the proximity of the raw material. Chaucer Push down the to button Hut ton. F. N, HITCHCOCK *: CO., Agents, Titutville, Florida.

K < utilization of available root frol>>'. We Now the Information bureau is a thing: cf '
bare combined the resources on wlAh Tonle to the hjktrui, cogs and wheH". ,

the civilization of north Europe depends Far liver troubles! and cnnsttpntio l At therhiftitiK! i-f a !beer all its knowledge
there! i is nothing Utter than I Ik111tt' it reveals
and those a
wbkh made the
ancient It you'd like tlf knn"tt.e
L1ttleFtriyhlrtrEt: ).ktimju* little .ib I I outcome of your
drllliations of the south. The j dofrifs ardi.i r deals.
They do not weaken lilt titomach. .
: Tart rash .
emigrants from south Europe: find here button
action upon the s>)'Mem u iml.i, lleasan! t I
a. a possible diet like that of their homecountries and I harmless }Ikjli Moore, I.d'lellt'. Thsr> a button for your Ilkine, for ) m r i J, \'-

y and In its ue they evokequalities Inti., Es)'e: "Xo nw talking, Ik-Itint' longings end your lorp1'uah at 'f ,,

in our soil that.Jar dormant Little Early Iii..t-rs do tI..irIrk.. All 1 the buKviL :

i; as long as the northern races were fed! t/t'r/ pills 't 1 hate n--d gripe and make And ou've you nfJn't n-,. trcrrth gv to ix-hocl to shoved x-long ax r.

from It we sick in the >-t<>ntach and never cur.- Push the button. t ,

"In addition to throe borne possibilities me. IMVnt'n Little Early Kisrni provwlIn ( If you want to ask a question and the
bf the long lu f. dial .-/ll't .
' ,the ueanics. and Kiiiii( rf They are -riy.
aetrsrtibillty i imply |terf-t t." Petwuu tra\'elm; tiiid If the thintt >* out of gearing and in
4t semltroplcal regions of the \\Vt little! early ri--rs the imn-t rrltaMe: renu- works have gnr.. awry.

14 Indies and Central Ainer.n makemany dy to carry with th -m. :N" dt' by lr. IX not *.'> to the inventor and In tni't Take-Down l !er eating
ask him wh Sholquns
new fwidstuiTs available and I in Cro" Piiarmacy, TitorvdlP; Eau lathe P rush> -the I'tittoaV .

quantities practically uulimlted. Measured i'rurtuiicy, K:<*u ialite; I'lias. F. Ciiinp D Nt.lt In CMigu Tribune The notion that one must pay from fifty dollars upwards in order to {" '.

;, in food, tbe region can support brit: Mrltxmrne. a good shotgun has been pretty effectively dispelled! Since the advent f

tt -\ as great a population as can the United ---- ----.-.--- I IfL'nwrll.Trr the Winchester Repeating Shotgun. These sold
guns are witrun rear 1 _
-0: States and coot Ise than that of tli Easy a bottle of |IIPrI.inp, nnticp tie! t'i>- of almost
; everybody's purse. They are afe, strong reiuhu ant h+r, 11 _
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home supply. We nerd only a fruit and "What's! the difference between pmertnrrtrwcdiv| in }our |iptite When
a i it come to hooting qualities no gun made beats them
i a vegetable lovlug population to utilizethese strict Pnrrpvrtrength; sndtirnl Watihi They: ,
schoolteacher and an InduJJi'ntpan'nt ho* it tirint>n" th. frjurit1 a-j'-I' fret-- are made in ta and 16 gauge. Step into a gun store and exaiitine
food one. .
new materials and It H: athand ? ;toot from inditir suit ,1.4.ilit! i FREE: S.a J Rasa ..J tUrtu .. pad ttri fa' liar turgf Ul.">tti4 ca1e.eeu t, -

la the emigrant from southern "Don't know. I,aao Morv. Ava, Mn! ,. 1IIrt.; ... Fret >j 1 WINCHESTER REPEATING_ ARMS CO., NEW HAVEN, CONN. t it
and central Europe "r' uaU, a bad Iwy. lOt h. T.HM! I: 1"a< in had 1 "Milth. I (had j

"ThU food supply could not be made .stoiiiacli trmibVii fur 1: f! ()fII.iO, 1\1.o -- .
r' available nor could thp absorption an d A Leap Yew Proposal dambcbili", l>r J. \\". )1fY "I'n-fccriUHl i {

assimilation of southern races take Hcrhine, It fl1rt"1 l tar in two \\t't'k Ij i
There pea a young girl cf Montanalhu
t placv without the recent cheapening of \ cave a young man a lUtna.ANhrn cannot rwonmr ''Tu! it try' riijhly, it v'tll, ; 4
theSt transportation.Coincident he'd smoked It awhile .It all soft -ijini f,r it." Sold by Jt'll :

with Ette rfmark with a emCe: Cro'" lliarmsi-v. I
tbU ImprovemeBt "t>o you thick! you wouil like to tan '-' I I !
food and transportation Imp <'Omt"IIOCI.I Anna?" her h..rhll tars.Mrs \
tterments that hav -- L\\\ ''f -
lengthened '-- Win?ltiA* S>.thirfr Kyrnp 1.:1.: '
; t' life! and mad iple morhenlthj. llruUlly T"Han-.l. btf-f n.rl 1 fur ovr *i rifts Parr by ...illlOn. \

Great K." mrgtM like the mediaeval .\ t'I\Jlt" catnr to h !lit that f>r f-i>if.ent of fiKttlii-rs f.>r tin ir .fuldr.n while Iftth'l \ ; I f 'j

plazWH arts hO l nsrr p)*>ibl P. amt l nnn.rei11 t'ltl1'" hsltwrGji. n.t..n ..\'.r >n*. pth ix-ritHi cnfit-p. It l ( ,
and ftMers: are no well nixler control npIJ..I .1,,,, t i.dnLi,'k..r ('''IIf) i. chil*!, *,f','n!'! t'i t' g'*nlc alia"' .. ail pain, \ \ \ S
that they hive rt'ase>l to be grievousafilrtioa roll. prow: "For 15 tear: I *, in ufft't.1Ij. fry'm 'rh..nnsttem ann4thine +, fM dm.rh..a. Irtart p ,'j ,'lu'te tllr few,r ; \ / I
11111.."11f..rrr 1"1..1..1 .....!, '\ \ '
rt-'i.J' net hoo.l. IlnM iy -J 1.dmi!- !
"To attain .r\ : IJ'
these \
advantages: a !IIII': 1.0. I .utor acnw+ EI..trlBIIt..rtl ,(- 1t1 t. tnvvs'r" <.f Ii... vn'fl.J. T*.- >ti- r .?

rapkl JnciVH of capital( is nt'oIary, .\1..1! II'" the 'ft'a.t mnkint'! un I .tiucvns a..,tt.f I Ju: "nrf and ask for 't},: 1 r t .

i and fortunately the growth of the saving -vth: f.ir that trrmbV! .\ fc hitPS.! jf i Mr-- \\ifflow'* ".-I'liriT; v\.'nip." and :
In"ttnct has kept pace with other .t\IIII"'r'! ..teil I, .. "I., ..It..., k'f1-t t \of ,' I
reii and rood ?n". i ''', \. .I
1 >-
Improvement. A slight; chance In tb. Jil,t a* tft"l f>r !lv Taivi kid atroiMe! --.-- -- '- ---- "
( ; t
i .A.H or OILX..
,. rate of interent call forth capital! and gyn-1 -WHty. Onlt VHati '. .a.. ,
-... ,! 'f \! .. .,.,.", -
f cli"n \ '"'4" ;
mush; for our ;great entrrprlM*!. paarantml hv I 1.1 t'r v a I'.r'I' 'I -
m u-.%. S: t :ttZ. -
"FO\>d. health capital and mobility : LD1'5h.'LU } .
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of men and jr to progress All of them are now Fin Out of M. c.-i..L ; \\ j

abundantly unpplfrd ar d cspi II.! !e of in- "He i< ,,"}' t p.ald -)f tie fa t that teL .. a I! t ,
ANYBODY .' ::. '.. -- I rA .1!
defln'te: Int'I"t'tIlt'. Mu,t not this U tb- < a sal( nun1 in.in *.. rf.. 4. .:1" I. ,, ': 'V (

,4 basis of a great social transformation.changing "I r I le i 1c c.> Muart m all that It I Is "HTI. -*. \r '\-"v." 9 l I.k' f.V -'\ --- :. -.-- ...

our Institution.. hal>!w and trace he hi. not pale some more ....Or.. rUM. '. rt.'l' '- .
tradition until they tablih n swx-fal I hair for tI!..- tup of hl. head." p* tI .

a.llnstm..nt !I. ,...m"I.'I" _. th.. n_ .._" STEVENS RIFLES. PISTOLSSTtVtNS ..
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economic situation permit If tf-w I! AD rOTGt.SM"

was a break In tradition, in-ttutk! I I AN OLD ADACE t I 4

and Ideal. whvn cir(Illation moved

.. ( from southern t'> northern Europe a i I SAYS._. .., A
:!fir 'still .reatt't' crl.U !I.* t."?fore u< whraAQfrican N
.i: dnllzation matcht: ..Imerican t.A light purse U a heavy curse" '
IIO'AJbmtj I Ii I Sickness nukes a tight parse. .2,

\ i The LIVER Is the JUt of nine _
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Tlpplag .u",_.. Ij I tenths of all
j,,' While tie tipping: ystem i s
In the United Sutr*. on the
For sale l by the
other band open reMiion: has ln de- '

dated against it La tome parts of Europe Tuti'sgo Pills

I.' the land of Its or!;!n.. says the INDIAN RIVER

Kansas City Journal =No le than

I 2.0X) betel and mtaoract miter ta .
r.: Paris Lave tarsal to the root of the whole mat
CpM agst& the !
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:!- system and are dtmattdm; better pay flJ\.r.AI' !

from thetr employers] instead of th* ;: and restore the action of theLIVER -Ai mta is. f.. .. .''. .. .- ,

;;: gntoitiM from the public In Lon. }; to normal condition. .u. : k '
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::'- M "tr itY .. ; I1; TITUSVILLE FLA.
don tJp bare teen abolished in two I, ;ft-e tone to the system 8 idforld t "" ..4 A'J. .r a ..e ,

fetdl&c hteU by the action of the lg4Ma .,. ..""'-- ... ta: ... I'_" .L
.: U&dJonis la warning their customersfnxa flesh to the body.
" girlag and forblldirt their ea- Take f. O. Bex 4092
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R { trtd se ca** were tLere; the wounded t
1.Y .
T* c Lad still ktvt on firicg."We .

Bud heavily from this paint:

The enemy's artillery instead of aim-

r ins at us. aimed at our artillery to our s

rear. For three or four minute we

kneeled and trod against tbe'enemy's

f !, rlfie Ttea we rose In s-juads andrusLed .' d
a hundred yard more.

( The lu*.lans then by fours and

fire retire.began to leave their. first lines and PLAYER st

"Oa our right co-otratinj; troops ,

were driving tbe enemy north throughthe

village. We were here between

LP Tillage and railway. I saw a retreat

.+ from the Tillage, but part of tbe main For sale by the :

body of the enemy was Just in front .

Of ice. But we rushed 3W yards

s ,. more, and Le left his trenches and INDIAN RIVERMUSIC ) "

ran to the river, where he droppedout I


the village to the river cut but at first ,
Bear Admiral Voelkenain command one division of the Russian iUltic
I couldn't see whether they were retreating -
fleet now on Us way to the farteast\ and It is said tbat his were tbe ships that "
Russians or pursuing Japanese Titusville Florida.
'I' >fired on the Hritlsh trawler recently and nearly caused war between HusaLi : :
from the right"The
and Great Britain. i'' *
battalion commander walked, on x
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I to the rearmost Russian trench and

When troops ou your left across the stopped, saying: i.l

HOW JAPANESE ATTACK railway attack Entalneul and Uligal "Four liusiian cannon Just over the '; 1

I you will attack Shlhllbo and press on.' river opened oa us here how do you -
Some troops across the railr ay cooperated lay it? Point blank? Yes point

Assault on a Village Described with my battalion and a halt; blank. They u ed shrapnel. It was t:

also some troops over by the hills. dangerous to Uy at: this trench."

= by Officer Who Led It. "At 1230: I could see with field One waited, expecting to hear that
The New Cecilian Piano '
glasses that-our left column was lighting he had tu order a retreat from a too ;

hard. I could see tbe enemy run- advanced position. Hut this was what

SCOUTING IN TEE OIMY'S EE1B I ning from Entaineul to Uligui.: in this he said:

direction l.UM yards! beyond those low "It was too daujttrou.; *' to tay here. Combining both an elegant upright piano and r

7 pine trees. At 1:30 I could soe the One shrapnel made thirteen out of
M.rty ( Omer Weal I'ar D..elhto
I enemy running in disorder to I'llgal. fifteen casualties. So I ordered a dashat the Cecilian piano player inside the piano
fee H>..1.... Slltl.. U Tk.lfWalllBC
i Then at 3 clock came a.command for once to capture the guns that were

.." ._ tad.r Fire the I my troops to attack the enemy's direct firing at us point blank! case is now ready for delivery. Prices for _

Order to AUaC'k-n..1a t>.. a Hm. i front 'After awaiting tbe effect of "I brought a company over from the

Stan flattery \ ..... Its PoUl BU.krtr artillery tire upon him.' it said, ''in left and another from behind to make this superb instrument sent on application. j:d 't

! _9.rr".dr of a CapUU. fantry will make a rush and In the ad the d:\*h. They waded tbe ricer r-J

v.nIst.e the left wing beyond cl..u; ti.e: 0.i. t i.j.:' ..aJ: 4 oil in

Here was A village to take-a mud Shlhllho so as to surround the enemy'"AII that ruined plantation house which you i

walled town split In two by a river this time Russian shells kept see there.

which bad deeply emdud iU bed. How falling on 'our troops. 1 sent to the "JuMt as they got there, at 4:40 p. m., Southern 11

the Japanese took it may Inform you artillery to cover my advance. It already they taw the borne galloping; up to be Railway.

in detail as to Japanese uwthods uoder had received such an order and tied to the guns (to drag the fan

ouch a necessity, writes the New York began to pour shrapnel upon the I away]. So they shot at the horses.Some t.rttstzitt: >u' I.... ,

Post's special corteRpondejit from the enemy's trenches. The enemy's artillery gunners mounted hornes and .- ..

headquarters of General Oku. com- from tbe railway bridge answered j i i; rude away unhurt leaving four guns. No. ; so): :31lUilv KflWHft .JoK.. ...III..1hIu.k.. ..: 'V; Sohuy. .

by shelling our trenches. Our artillery ;I Iftl"l'd We shot at the gunners and killed all \IlallJ .. la..il: ,.
wander of the Second Imperial Japanese at Sblhliho: two house were set : but seven. We fired again< and everyone "? \ p.7.. :_- 's5O. -LvJuk.unrrilcVia..au.liy.' Ar. 'ilia'a. .. 1'1'-, ,

army In the field.Tbe alight It caused the euewy'a belling !! fell down. Urhida. a private ran ISIS: a ...... I'M p ,I L..NUDII..h.i"'H_ _' tw. Uy. Ar.Ar. SO a,. ..)!Iaw.. .

toutwander'bo took tl M a __'... 9 4>> p I Ifl ; rba-Utc. N., *.h _*o.,Ky._ Lv j V& _!.$33.a
.4 battalion to stop. Such good results attended the i forward and bayoneted one I who was :: :: : : :::: ::::
stood t! p Ii S" a Ar Kirbmvn-l. SoJlJy Lv_ ::1130 p |,11 lit I II'
the largest part in the movement shelling of the intrtnchnients ahead only wounded?) to death."A '-- '
50 H.hr WjuibitigU'ti.: I> c.--. ...7C. j.) il v u pV
second line of wait till 3 clock I Iu-\"ian officer peared before p -
-I \ OD the tank of the that I decided not to | '
i lISSp 11311\r Ralumorf. Md.----------. K Lv. r a IY a .. ...; a :2
trenches as be narrated the incident ; especially as I saw the, troops cooperating I, UcUida then a captain and tltr.tda"la ] 2S3 a .. -_ l5p Ar Pbiladrli-bm.: .. ...I'. 1:. ULv. 333 a.. __' S33 pa

t= His eyes were bloodshot from long vigils on my right, already moving."I pistol toward him It was presented ___30. t IS.p_ .Ar,, X<-. Yotk, N. Y. IV 1:. R Lv. 1210. I P
, took the British way of advancing I butt first This t'rhUla took to be an --- ---- --- --- '---
; hi. lately dusky cheeks<' were pale s,. XJ aDd SI--"New York tn oJTer of surrender and be accepted the
-sent first one squad thirty men. siNos
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In underground ltm 1"'llI.'ar! U-twrrn J.ck."iII" surf X** Yuri.t
from living then another squad out of the shelters I pt toL :'11 and ]I-hW..hhlt.... t>- }1vthla! lotuitni." Ihily! Pnllaao nn..iDJ It.eat
from howitzers and shrapnel at the into the open field. There were oneyard "This surrendered captains name." 1t''fiDI! ('ar t.twernlark..mvilkud N> r Ycrk.
-' tine. -- .- .-. .- -" .
prweniThis unuj intervals between the individualmen. obMTVfil the battalion commander -- --'--- --
i la the second line of our trenches No.. 30IWilT. -----b--T--'I--- .'...;of :No. : '
would in thisopen turning with a smile aDd aylng it very th. Nit" '
'!''_. this little battlt't\ !d." he said, quad ._ ----- ,-.________.__. __ h.it 1. 1
zv'!: on wind order fifty yard and then drop distinctly "was! XowhUky. ? .ip Lv J&I'h'nnlli'. Era __ ....___....u.. ..---m___. .J.1I1. Ar. at1l a
in the
W' standing on its breastwork down. l}id they shoot No: U.4"n''a In a LT. >4Y4Boab. *....>...Ii,. Ar. which swept down from tar Gobi deeert "lll"r.'iJhll.Iba., ? C,.tin fey. L. 113a
\f: nothing to snoot at! You see' the artillery Ire >..t *.UI'Vr... a ("ough
"The first line is back there. We 1.jI) R Ar AOteTilfa. N-------------------------------------J** .:,. l.r CIS P ,
: fire had kept the Rug*]iaM cowering When have dn nit 33: .Ir.Ilvlt *. S -----------------------k 1.,. :
Hue the eight of the : rut a tough > "IIi" p pnt> ) if U .
<, 'I came to.that ou In their trenches, and they did not pr..t, lnit rvnx ve the cant, Ti... gt u I" Kr ; ..__._.. t. J;". I.1M. ..

. 11th (of Oetoterhpitch dark ul btJ' s el' us emerge from ours' Miogti i. nGtl a svntptntn of +uiie ihr4v.an.t aU. Ar. U aotville.Teaa.. .. _-----.Q. .. A (' L.. .1JP
of. -- -
battailous : :
du". Two ; ------ -- -
and began ; I know out till the &b *...' i i. "i.st'nl ')1.4>n'J ,
"They did nut we were !* i cure
x had followed to the tillage: in I :N4.2# &td >>-1-WI... Ihae tag tarn and Iiadtt toi epta; Can htti,"_ Jkl.'U..t
reatnes we bad gone 'Jt) yard and wt'1'f'Itb- &I"- n tlte High tall! ct".p c-f ite.fn.rnu :>;. I>. ai... daily.
the rear. lkt\\ 'll 10 that night and 3 ) t1t'Sw ..r o)0h no a aid.Ahrdsnr. .. ,
in ':)"> yards of them. We Just ran and +t cuam. n ; 1 - -- -- -' ----- -------------- -'- --- --- ., --- ---- -

k the next morning we had advanced six j dropped, ran and dn>I'I'4'\l Tbe sun was .liI prunl.ty! pUI'P""'" tl.eI :,;..13 : .:..._.. J..>....*III. .. companies to the first tnnrhetrend' ;; (-'.Igh, "',J [>rej..rmti.'ii+ nUlnl' it .
the ground brtHren the : siiialng clear yet they were crouching i l cli-i-r- f.f5. .pHIII. t"k. are n--d ( .r tt.mti -. .. T U 'p- Lv lociatnik: It y------- ::=: : :-.-::iS ;.- a as .. :.

}- es covering highroad la their trenche and It lot not see us. | ;>W{"'iHe, but they OS r t>,,t cure thet"antedain' "mJ. .. .. 1.' .: Ar. MM**. t"' a &r.., n .... ..... ... -_.u.-... Lv. II a- .. .
' railway on the left and the I' When A*) yard from them they saw .. O.; li Jt"I'.t'\J\ .u tie ata: .\r. \tlala, !oo;_ 1:, .- --. ,. "- "'__H... Lv, .119) P ._ .

\ oo the right t_ quarter of a mile and began to ft r't our mn :I It r ;.\i' et .i.r' n..t< "1I1'1'n'Pc &Iat'. .r..,zn.i 144s' .I'WtUavo.. E, .. .. ......- .... _.._. '" .L.' III i.--;'
To the left of the railway 1 might Interject 1"1'r t'irrini *?'. (ptrta 4 Prcxerat -- _- Ly. .*
I II C fell Two conHanif had !**n started. | e ut milt in it bv 'rlu\"llIl from ttroa t -
are low hills. Tbee ".re the, cotter was n.',, Asurtttl. *<) the lobeswould : a..1 '.10...' the mru wt.ult obntrocttd I: CI o t' Lt 'M-t. .tJ. 'l'iii r.r l oat. = .. .:.- : :=: :" :f I .::. .

bad ... 7WSJ; Ar (.btnra _.Fit.. _Fat._kl.te "" -'Lv. 30).p
: bills wblch the KuMtan cornawoccd I to supp' l I jtt r reaihti f, iuj ilUtiu: ; the irnutt-n _' ;.:,.
" .... + \ Lr.tlaciaaatt. Leon. ---.fta' .
and to fortify when IhlV'tL It : I-
J tu-fcin t.e V
; to blast I "Ye, by ibis time we had got farther ja g in a > met" i __ .. 1I4.r ('burs ra. lVo. Lit> -*. ..... .. LJfL. '
beard of it and ture+tall ; i u.r.tirrtp.r., and dfoO.tu'h' and prrm __ .. .. ,'..:- .:: :. ..::.. ..:: ? !4'p.:: '
the 3apaneee t ahead Ivan the friendly! tro. ps to our t: ,.t .'flat toad ,,Md ai writ Ie theE ._ ..U p' L. ttttetaaatt.t'.It A H-\ftlMO .. ._. : 1Ha..
slgnlned. 'Wi
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whl ;
: td the aesre < ri;ht who had started t..tana 3 o'ckckTt ., .. Iat a i: -trtbifazu t' H.jt lk-lea... ... t
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{... ther I ,-.u.I H t 3e v Red t'nws I'L im.i-'y. ; ::: ::: ,.:
j, Japanese artillery was euiptacvd i'. ( .-re watt rompetittoQ *s to wfc'.cblmtlaUvn .:.. 'U 1"1 J.y.O.4 cll.t JJ-\irJa ceaLA, tan .. ,
on the moralaj of tb* 12tb of (toNr. i I would siln the ronuj'. .. .. 3:0.fTIi": "" < Il..O-\wlLt"-tt..L.. U-I4p;.. ,

..,' The battalion commander goes en; I!,I w.tt tint) We were now; ahead ad 1 Ru..Iaa; It r.lh.. .-. _? 3S_a _Ar iVtrMt IXH Atl --MkiuOB: *..: ::!.: '!!$>> r-, t

.U was r1t"hlark.. a* I '-.> I at : Iiuw. lJ gattierlni her remit* ".J' LT.41.oD1t&4 Praa. lit** "u. '' .' .'. &Ttv .ID a _
ecbeloa Our wound e
ranclHg en lmdy
trench+ t 3M.r .tUb8rr fr.n. Li *. ... .. III.
white we were tusking tLeso aatvad .. Fire was slmed *1 were being carried baik. Coae, aa -:_ 931): f Lr.t'utcaa.ri, P.t.3 F.,,, .... ....-. :_..:. Ar aa9arai3a :

w* wer dtk' \'fMt t.radsstd said the hartalta) comnsaniler. "we will "UnN' new+pi-rr mrntioa* .. Ar nrvriajid"Lv. list Feat ._ :_ .0..._ ...,.:...:::.Lv."S t :)) It.i.:: '
our '
:. at us. All the shell "d.t otcr r> ut"Q' the round ttvlf the mn+cr.ptinn Albrwtt von Ul- . 33r) J' LrIJapa. It! .. .. .I.. _...__.?... Ar" tats a..
fell 4UO feet br)OJ. Only twenty Tie grooad was hard burrowed *rrnr mans, who U as or-rra sings at Nu.remttc Of tO P 'r.IAR"I.illt!. n.. lty.U.H.._ ._ __.... lit.S j TWi e.,. tI

t men were wounded.TSom furrow spiked with stJST. c barp mSlJt He U thirty three 1t'ttl oJ .u.t, !t. Lwia. ,. Sy .:....-. .. .' -:: .,::: ..: :::'_'_'... Lv. ba lb}|F_ y'o
; of our officers went 1m) yards married.
.coutiaf.They HubMella. did the soldiers and ISaod Il-"he Rends u.t 11a.) n.IW Dt. ale Tr. Tiwss, teas R1'uarbas
that railway -- ---- -- --
; beyond charge over thisT wa aked.Oa. I a..s I1lita.aa "Wq..iaJ hrt r.t'flIIAC\ntS..aJ Ciartisatbe
the 'resat rrltrr .. ,
to MV ..
went tar eaougb -,- .. -- -- -- -- -.
like tfela. Mid the battalionromnu&der. --
i MOJ' ttwcbes from the flank-wect I t -14' .n..... a weehnst a rYr 111"Witt' -- s : ti4 11 tkt.r.w J.._.lla. .... k..... .lrt. IS# Its' e
anti be began to ran. .howttg -
Witch Ham "' No ltr.e
that got really to the rear ece. rta.r+ -
; M tar they line* of trenches tint b* could by takiti: sLort .'!..nO "11> .... ..h 'foh. It dram, oitt ::, '7 ii p -Lv-J.rkdovtlie fU N*. Ic,.. ..- .. .. ...._ Ai- 13aa '
t of the enemy's' two font .. .\r \taDta.I.a ay Lvtl M .
in a:"1"rut- a natty always (10 tnv rt.:. 1"1. w" ile!. a.}! and t..alla1 S I.
and could aide the Kus Utt sittlag : : btranib0 Ais.set i" L. ...
l ipt.
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II -
arrow and '' ,1 htT4 1 reI'forr
of !
top a cot trip.t t e -:tb: 1. :; s sere
thta. They f utaltat tav* the .... leap Ar Mrtspksa.J Tc.oFrz u, _... - Lw1Ia1? ___ }
a dQ ." te added. did + a'.1 it n .h f y.y r.Wuf, I" !hrnn'v
"tty nut kww e
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.i river where it U spanned by the rallw the ialrt stubble was cutting their p g rt 1 tsn Wlkh Uu..i a4tr. r.- .--. 9- ) Ar, ..har.aatltl.'- _._,'-.. _..'Eraw-' :_.- ..:.: ::-.' -. .. Lv.- _-.-Jt.y.-) fi.FlonA -.--. ii

1 .j' bridfe. tber were illh't"t1 ('& IQ. feet; it was afterward that tUy uw a err .,f....uf trrklt( .. they are .r.t't'nIQ.: .. \.... U aid !t-'fle Lun.tr<1. l ..IJ
Our om< > they were rat and l-l**
eat >ijsg ,
j ft ln{ and no wntri dt fu (ia ;.e Pharmacy, Fan bathe Ct..u. E'( ELLE.T ulvl.c t.u; "r.JCHU:. 4
S.ttuecnrtxsa boJv*. big eo-xgh for a 9
took 1tthuame.OABTORIA..
them. sear dawn we f Carnptal

,f, It'f covered' that to the northeast in tb* millet body to curt sp 1n. .tojt" "- 'l tae baiulQ J. C. LL.ti.I.,1rl ...-.,.. 'r..t, ICIet W..t I!.., 1tU..J.. .._.Us..1a,.]
tow U1Wal..r.h. t* rvsurkcO.It .. .
fl M. then wete *itt other raanoa.where boles dug by ttr ..luOO.-.1 farsi La,t.. 1 W tat !... L..s3 I c.U..ACh.t.JiT.G.M. W.H.I.a.U..ot"G..4. j
Tlie flash from >* *r.- lUooJ t4 c.fe rrd a ad raked

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.. cli: ::. HE':FLORIDA' STABfi111aiNatt aote4'ID the grapefruit market, fkacy PROS PROOF D.I.BS1'1' PASTOR' '
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'' dcet'.edImc eoosiderabJy better and The Fruiunan' Guide of Sew York,

f : : -"''" ; .., (....UTfeuffOte MCTEBT ranging price from f3 to S3 50, witb eonutn the following d ecriptiv
..L" _' "f.-,,,,. a," .<:, ,ewi sluice r.... ..- .
: < }:' -' y. elected sixes as high as H. Some sale, of first proof box or cg9 being coo CURED BY PERUNA.Pcru -
;i' i.n.'c.r... tie ..... etfilntsw+ltwblt.euypy' .,
though few and fr between, have been strneted by the Pennsylvania railway ia .

:'t. ': < "'.:; .....1 TODAY MO&Nimiwaum made a dollar higher, bat this price is no New York, for the preeerratioa of Florida }

-; i.'k fruit and
criterion to the real Rate of the market
U t 4V"'H'.tnl..I'" I'D .unrrJIa
:;$ 'k'. .t :' .* FOKM* MOTTO the hnr1lnniarairoad.! in line with na Is a Catarrhal Tonic &

'r t-:':.4. ; .F 'r'- J. SCHOOL BOARD VALEDICTORY its prom!** of reforms and improvements Especial' Adapted to the DC- ,
:f $c' r toMt fee ekaru '! ;_ i4 -W ors ..r tta editor. te nraoasftls>le fan r The board deeim to return thanks to made to the trade of New York cHning Powers of Old Asa ( I SiVI
'.1'" apfMeII.., eorraspoodeats.m some time baa started the erection of
;: ,, ago
In old nwmtrane become
-'J!' livr the banks, bankers and public spirited ie the mucvtw
;.. what might be called fret proof box r
-.L, "'" or thtek n<*i and low their
-k,, ; Democrat has been chizens of oar county for their gvneroas partly
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-,:( :. i'it': '- cage m the Booiii aide of Pier 29, New function.Thl !
: into sudden notice by a libel suitectrredby cooperation and assistance in protecting .
'4 broojht York
cityThis lead to partial loam of hearing, j .. '
: :tf-t-- ., Editor: J. 0. ".1 of the credit of our school finnce daring smell ;'t ....._
pepper and
i,23&18&m:: ; the ant frost proof rage is of wood confraction lute, M well M dljwtlv dis J. ; ... -
; pst
:t -!:, Frn7, for f 10.000 d.aotag8.- years. one hundred and fifty feet long turbances.IVrana }t, ., ,
:' "f Daring this period no warrant of the by twenty-,,, feet broad and eleven fee correct all this by tU vpoeific t ; ...
l ; :_ Kational Bank of school board has, to our knowledge, been operation on all the murou membrane s
defnnet Firrt ,
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f high. Thick layers of felt will ,
i } paper v.
M 9 discounted! any instance; this is a very of tl. Uxij.On .
Florida has put paid a second dividend keep out all poseibihty of and f
--.i l r ... flattering record and but few school draught bottle will convince anyon.One t '
: Ibis time 15 rent-miking a total the box is to be* fitted with heated ," .' f
!! ;; pr boards in any counties ran show an equally up used and Peruna become* & life-long :

:.1t. r of 40 per ant paid since the collapse. 1 sound financial conditi'm. By this pipes so arranged that the temperature itaad-bj with old and yoang. e l : : '

1-it ,It to stated that the tvct-iver may make action you have protected the teachers in can be reduced or increased at will 4 .it r ;"?- '

i i till another man |>alMDt. oar schools from k**, and their tvrap- Thermometers are to be placed along this 1 n if .
{ box or at intervals of
: rage every two
tion bu been made more honorable,they '
; /.i-it The l Incoming trains over tbe Florida thereby more orlf-reepecting and have rt't't. so that men who will be. theru day

:'i't EastCbtH railway are bringing hundreds felt thro' these years that they were earn- and night to regulate and keep tAb on the : I ,

fW'e -t. of winter visitors tbe east coast in* honest dollars, and while others may temperature will know exactly how eve- p 1 --;-.

a X; 'Official state that travel) ii heavier this have to discount their holding?, theirs ry heated.small section in the compartments is \ + y : .

than ever before and it is anticipated was fife and secure from all inroads.
Jj year
On the north side of the cage there an*I
vestibnledtrains This feeling of confidence grew until every //L
that when the special t -n doors for the receiving dischargingand
who worked for the schools in
J ;t+ into commuwion! January 10th
go of
-i '''' any capacity f l lUte of his earnings and sampling goods.! Thi, large number .
if "J travel will tax the capacity of all I south this confidence enabled of doors will have the obvious advantage .
doubtlejse, us to
t bound trains.la of exposing but little
>:tA? secure better more competent and at space on
M. the inside to the eflect of tbe outside
amoephere -
the same time more reasonable service.
;;! the coarse of a tt'n'net1Ure Rev and i
Your charges have been most considerate one receiver can take out 4

_''jft Iawlemenese in the United State* than in loaned at a mush higher rate was given with any of his neighborsThefroetproufcoiutartment 5' I 1-

any other civilized country in the world the schools at 6 per cent per annum for | which is

; ;;- and rich men corporations are among the time held, in most caws for only a designed particularly to handle Florida

the gnats violators of the few" He short period: and compensation only a'ked aud southern stuff of highly perishablenature ; o / s t\t 's 4iutv"..'

1" (ur the actual time this observer ins a capacity of twenty-five cars.
fi charged that rieb men and corporationswere I ; any
., responsible for corruption and bri. can appreciate is a remarkably favorable The ------ when ** yean old ran say it ha. Invg if..

arrangement, for while a ht of other .greatest system renovator. Iv>" > 'A .tt'd M) whole ilm. I raaaot but
!{; beryin le taUture and manicipal conn- school either discounted stores .vitality regulates the kidneys, fib t y r think, dear lv 'tor, that yoa tmt tttl
warrants liver
connty and IitIJl kb. If
; Hocky Mountain<< .
$: i). dUi and that they violated ttate and national in the hands of holders at 10 percent Tea fails! to cure get your money back. ; -f'? : _gi/ very thankful to the alt loviaff FtttiMf .''

if/ laws almost at pleasure. Whatever from their face value no matter how That's fair. 35 cents, tea or tablets..tsk that you have been pwmitfeai' W W.f,
your drujo.'gic. tier eT1Ye rarAer \nJ by your .kill be .u.'A a bb-4a1 .m
of Dr. Atlwtt'i viled
maybe thought !
short the time may be to hold it for -- -. you havetea t. .ufT.rt g Iettats.it&y...
',-1; < religion belief, it will no doubt be ad. funds or that the school boards are add FROST-PROOF ROOMS. -KcT.J.N.Patk.r.

,; witted that be his good ground for his I ing 10 per cent to all teachers' warrants Strong ..Vliorous at the Aje 0fttnt '
I A Bliho Letter.
New York }'ruitlD u.iiuiJe. ? *
-i: 'attack on the money powwv with the view of protecting them from ( )-rliht.ITv. : .
On Monday of this week the Pennsylvania I. T. 11. Ix.mai. II. .. 1llttaup; t.4 Wf4.
{ this damaging torn Your action has J. X.1'arker, t'tlraS.1., : .\. M. K:.. of .blulou. :N. C.. virito:
:,; TO COMPLTTE 8HELL ROAD. been a benefaction pure and simple and railroad opened fur the use of the "I a June, U'tl, I lost my e.rnse a.It., d- : "i tt't".mnien.l your PeruaatoaiiwIvMr

The Honda East Coast Automobile aaaocialtoQ we feel that every ODe in the county trade its froet-pn.if moms on pier "JU for ns; ntlrd ly. My hearing had ..C'u"aht I : mlteuglbvntng k'bl'' and -I

: held an imfotlant meeting at should know of your g Derotityand pub- the receiving of Honda prodnti?. This i ':-f\vhat impaml for 1-\'t'nl l lat )1'\1..1 'ff"ho
lic spirited course. room lumalrvtuly l tlt't'n dcscril: in detail 1 .ml lot) much t-nTttrtt-d hut that I could }>Uint.n-T. II. l.*mas.

t tbe clobhooae the beach at Daytona Wit.i your kind!/ aid and the generous in the columns o"The iut'le.. From the ultinu>ere wish my frltmU; l.ut In '.' It you do not d.netn..p' 6.4 .....

Irk Friday night.A liberality of those ho placed in our very outset the new !accommodation lun, I'.n'l, nay close: of liernz! left the factory results. fr m the *... of frtu.t ,

Ii aobecription paper waa started and hands the special school 1&1. all debts proved the that I uUi heat no round whatever M rite at oatto l'r. (Urtm n. Aria' .
raised in five minute to worked like two'sal.utruuWedwlthrheumatiepatnI! full siarneutviyour ea.eand k. rUI
11,040 was apply have been liquidated in full and thepreeent a charm In addition
tu lm,.. 1 ciin-n--nt
my r<> Uk'ng l'J'w bar rate.Wie w. i
on the coat of the new shell road between beautiful and attractive school to a four inch pipe need for the convey-
runs aud nV guy br .rinp) ; I* retort u'I, < ralW. f
i Daytona and New Smyrna and otter inn of steam tbroljtIHtll'tht1", the ;.oti u it wasp '. >r tolun..1'ad. ryoJJrew] l>r. lIartlli'" Pee.tiN4 .f :

club pasted a resolution autbbriiiog tf ; eomiwrttneht hoe al*> been fitted Up witha r'n'iihiai-! j> ". are .i<: ,:oiii-. I. annul : The HarUuafi Siul'.ariuM I ('rt4aa1lrtk

; 1 <-<-I....1mittee.-.--. to.- commence- work on the : went of progressiveanduptodateschool one inch pipe, which alloweof the speak n.,. L ..Illy "t 1'.'runa. 3o:1l1lh'.Obw.. I Ii

methods. lowering thetem1crature| at will, so Ask Your for Free
road Monday morning January 2nd, and that the Druggist Peruna Almanac for 1905. : ,
arrangements are under
Oar present beneficeutsystem of school
posh it through to coraplt lion.A ---
consolidation and of perfect control and the temperature canter i ;
r dispatch from Barney OldSeld, who hen inaugurated transportation and successfullyorated. pupilsl.a increased ,lowered merely ith the DO YOU WANT TO KNOW ALL ABOUT THE

is now in Los Angeles CaL, to )Ir. W. turn of a up.
: II. Men of lUytona, stales: that he had Lat! tnt> by no means :It-ait, tie salaries The receipts are l.rotitfht acMM the EAST COAST OF FLORIDA? ; _

? 'b shipped his horsepower Green Dragon wf our teachers have been incrfiiJt-d river on l Imrj;...* right to the tkioru of the

and kwrinjj ( the California .& rac room, which ion the i'
two cars rum up to the |H>int where CPUipari.Hjnti are \eryend '
fJ city to Daytona. no longer odium, and eu'ryt'acht'r in of the pier, and can I* traiifferreil from Especially: regarding Fruit the barges tot the Gvnerul) fsnhtni' If t*>, wifw rit, fin lire
r our fechooU lisa rutatsntial< rea.sois for : conipartaient in a very

= VALE, SCHOOL BOARD.In believing that hw 8t.rvlare appreciatetl short st'a<.e of lime -thout the feliithhttdanjfvr FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER. '

In another column this week will be and the profession more honored; of undue expMire to the cult! air
l found the valedictory of the Mcltool board. this f-enee of appreciation makes more The, room IUM, ia all, capacity for twrnty PRICK KCKXTS l'EkS; t'M

In the closing of their labors they should effective their work, since no one i u at his five carloads of stuff. It H divided up ISSUKDONTK: ; A MONTH. \.\ \1I'1.t. n 'PY FRKE.: ,

be accorded due credit for accutnptohin h_t -vhen .hampered with a fwlins of the same way ss are the docks for tie use .\l I)Ur:>S.,

S <>f the various receuer, each man
i.'ettHighctica'ly E. y
that which in our present public school Editor MIAMI FLORIDA
l> his own ,
Great good l runt come from our future compartment. The ,
t system !elands! as a monument to their .
trade) in loud its
in praisi of this
nt'lk.ul work, since we are now able to goy innovation
efforts. have worked and -i7.- =' -'
: They earnestly into the marts and bid with the last for and the Peniitylvama: railroad this

faithfully for the welfare. of Brevard'n '..rvuv and this means, M a natural CUD week hi* U-en the recipient the trie's CIIK. Kl IIUt,'. '. KUklUba lUll.
schools, and *hll\, there has been xutur and effectirviiv, l"ngrtt:1ata"M! and thanks:
rqaence competent
harsh criticism of son.>e of their methods, thi, fwlinif of ronfi.lt'nl'an.1 ..efrtfttwill h I ,

in the end *e believe the good that will be tranMnitlfd tu the boy and v'irls Mr. Win s Crane, of Taiifornia, Md., "
"uSf-re i f.if Commission
trans from rlJt'mllatl and Merchants :
be wroaght out will more than justifyall i in our H-li.--! ', and the !_>n
the steps they have taken. which duty iiiipnw will: t* auonjplishedwith t 'Lalllbt-ria'lI'iI Pain lU.m. which he did t 2-JanJ: I3'J WALI.ABOl'T M.lKKKT
and 11ffrcte i a '-'onuijtrurr.. This lin.rnetit .
:. Our school building: furniture, ap{ t."r"C1k'l.iD.1 l cride.In .. r4"- .>v f'r..- Pharmacy.ROBBINS I Reference: Wallabout Bank BROOKLYN N. Y.
cUming our iiiop.; f.ir the! K'txmU: t
stag etc., are all up to date in every ,way
And on retiring (r..m lfiif we wish to. fi A trial shipment is respectfully solicited.
oar finance are in unIltnt.IO.lition.,
give expre!*ion of sincere thank to rvrry
the daM of trachers eiuployrvl are the one "ho, has be--.I:: Dot with his Ptfti l send to A. Pfabkucl.cn Fa. 1rtnUIin1101: :'C: Titu vnf, ft.r rietr-tl.JAS *

bt.J be hat, and, .'.lan all, cur tchouls! ,
.1t'Dl'thl her tads! many take ray OEAHAMCO r.Jr=! =,=.r l .J E1 ':/E
c show const+ \t sdvancvakent that would have tt'n athrrwitrawl. .

While the old board has accomplisheda : theirs III t"11 no l 4P. w holy s.att ail!' i

treat 1Ilrk. we. believe that the vraone pact and this fr.f'Otbhjl', t.- U!. 18 a. s UDroI' <.nt4'
will not be tacking in their efforts to prude: .s jt.\\('I. T" those 'ho have ,hr.C..n..1 Tt..* o'5ipinnwn* ia".ds
from us and \\ how cntici-rus hate in t'>e Inthin I-;:,..r I oin- TITUSVILLE. FLA.. ; i
crediUMe: !
make show the
equally u ing at !
brt-u atxitniint, we ba00 unkil.d wi>nt. tr.n tr. "t Lnc'e 1 it I\.r. SOLE AGESTS FOR i IF I I IL :
close of their l term. If
they can amxnpluh .. at l'1 1 Iliver. ar..l)0 B:.- 3are. f
their: orn-ur ha.* Ivrn received with \., '
hit, all honor will be theirs u ;* care lay J #
ry (rlirg of toJeraacv, we have b*>lt ve.) .. '
accorded the toard that h Bojdell Paints.t \ '''I .1 "_'_"'I. ,I. "
now to ** that many of them m rat U hom-et in PHlflTU: () SilT TifF.TIMFea4 : :./. t,1/Vg! vrrr; '. i aaia aJ..rrsm. !
tmcd the of Bret ard well and : ; ::
people so iheir cotivktk and that only minxmiTption for iaiid1i t. Ihn'txrh r r in.uaA TwaEtta I

x faithfully the pest four year. wa* the difficulty.V Orrlu."T : And it s'- if e

\\ hf ti\.si oftciiUy tetievicg that i
oar e\ rrr action has bra j-rompu*:: by ;
a turn has come to the tide u rejarJfi I a-i hune.4psirptie! and with the Uiijbl ->t EAST COAST I I IFIF 1 I Iir.s f

the orange sitoatioa. Pnc*, WI and inonit t*- MEAT MARKET. .1 i: t

week shoved aa ad,ark'\ of :''x. toSV.within : Um. We have !labored aad ron t-toi! to a C. F DUSE5 J
!teat, Must .. .ct.r.c tbaC ,
t the last few days and fully &V. t) firm cunt hton that oar {olicie from the ,I Fi t, 5 tlUfti t ;r.t, raliefq, '"r 1& t t;

;, AV. over prices rrawded turn t.o ,,",i* lubtof: coming events will bevi "eo : TII<< ""k AJ.d "I'll' W6ll. .siUfw {
and a-Oud 'l l.r"-ti:, pn ago Tb. lijjhlaesa of thipcnenu &J1td
f 1etii1ii lr
wonhv.Tbewe. t
to the r.thAt oraajm are un mItt i '
p nlixenU mrptre us tu uv in : t
: ? I
1 s' heath i the word! of Byron: e WtsttrD I I I

-1ftr '. a .:ch to t.o sh i.re tie
r" of the market Good rosl lat week \aJ a i wale W clue w-h Ut- T 1 M{ its f I
And .*bAt*nr ky', above EJ<<. .Iled ,.. ,
y= weat op to $1S on all! sits., and bright Ready for the Brush.trssn uS a g' -- ,_ hrlanufacturrd
Ht-A" teats fist fa .
wrs op to fi50 on ail site*. Fancy In- eteiy L. er all! front Pure "bitt> ; '!'oIu-ii fil',to fbcaI.'IIW it..j"4u.f""d. tW'wF" .f....y. J

.I diaa rivers were levy scarce anal stnctiyfaacy ni craw, the corms of ChiL'kout Pant, Kin-k Lead and Zinc. One .Gallon t..... : the ''t' 11,1141.,1 p'ruu*** M lite

1.6's **&t np to H50, with I'll crcwB the plaici! of fruern glae, err from. '.).> I'd Write my wife and dun the era.
"f'. ttraSgbt Linn aeili&g at $i5 to $iTber Kilher than be without Rocky Moua- surface Two Coat j J-

'i_t:." la as) 'a bate tctliz* tote twin Tea Atk jocr dn;; ig. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA S nd for Color Card and Prirw.Ji WfW w.'rWrWw

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:IlIrie rs'ip'I I" .1''S" cure rCII'I:. F 'i- -1

: bflJoesaea, tick-headache. Am now tellts Sevtoc Machine.ON EASY PAYMENTS., !
.. < s
SoM for 60 years. tS&EtMim ,'=


; f'," .at ,,....1.1id MKtUse sawr_.... __ .. Direct ..nk. .: .< :. '
:: .. : -- Oar RprwenuUre u at roor Prop as a caN u4 he wit c&H oo JOG. i
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: .- wy .

' H. HajpiJ, & 4_..,,-. S WE. I 1 5el1lg IlcMus SOld or Rented. Terms: $.OO don u$ $3,00 pr JItItL \ ..
.r ,
: Bowler,ferrynaa... ...__ lOiOO 4
n. GOOD POTATOES From 10 to 3) per rent discount allowed for oM machine All auket of u>acbiaetrepaired. .
.;! < Z. A. Ke tie ______ 10.00 BUNG FANCY fllCEST Net+ilea! belts, etc, fur all kind of machine .,, .
/:-- 4)tlale2A.e..at ., TWr hu..I.. I. F Preyatt, up. poor firth_ 5JO ,
.. a 1up CI'DP of fudl+falai doc +r f F.
.i' .. TW w.,. J. Pritchard & Son,hard.'.poor tart 14-78 Soil avut cottua pkaty at rotub.Tana ;
. I J. L sheriff ___ ion.._IOu.cabinet.Mnfet. kmcta DO NOT USE POOR OIL-For use a ewing machines, writing nucbicck bits .
Field elect 123
dep. _
$ Meeting called to order on Jan. Jed. fact, aa wcta&k* mcx kt k&aa and fur ali parj*. h'Qt1lnnc a due lubricant, the beet.thecheapei4 ia ,.-
IX L. atty. aalarj_ 3X33 d ea dfotna treat A. -.. SroiyPotash
Guides pros
Present J.' B. Walker the end. Geoalae:1NG1'EROIL. '
['f chairman; J. R. c nonlybeobKainetlatsrogerstores i
Kart EHertrook, dp. sheriff eketioa. US
I 1I1ot. B.: A. CookliBfcJ. C. JontI, J. r. ; <

fi Bell and W. B. Walker with A.A. Stewart SOAD rT5 \JJreM The Singer Manufacturing Co., :

clerk, and J. P. Brown sheriff.Uinntea Ditrlet o.L i n-n, Mt d Ierdamil 1lC

were mad and approved. Henry amps contract Xm *___... 87X0 .., ituI g4 10 per CMU actwU Potacfc. Cocoa, Florida. .
Bract ud awn gnUzlut pull m ""'IIJ
;., Qm t ble'a bond of L, 8. Adam Taui N. M. fish road work______ 4 d0 t Uow. }
J. W. CarlIle, __.______ tDistrict :50 booming Ow nmjtfiJca ate toot dwrtuin bar orciUra w1.
a approved. ivtcul fcrolaen. ana* Organs. Organs. Organs.
able fatormmua to tamsn. Seat bra tar tttt
: Report* of Jostiew of the Peace J. 51. .(0. 2.O. I ask+at. 'W1Ul1IUW.
P.epalreJIaJ" to ao and like 11"11' Trio t-oi. Drop u IJ card w hen you bave
Fi: Sanders, W. R Roeach H. G. Broo- & IhMee nd work_-__ 2100 I Is. GERMAN KAU WORKS
I flat Yeti-93 NauM' Street.w work for as to do. Address M. M. BROCK COCOA FLORIDA.
J. H. Baker and )( Fiah.to _____ _. :!lOG J. ,
son, C.T. McBride were AUuu.Ga.-s South BnaJ St.
received. District No. i .. '- -. .. -- ... -- -. .., ----4

:'. The clerk instructed to have non resident A. A. Stewart, rtf. copws in tait_,.... 7JO _. -- -_. &L. BRADY & BRO. '

I banting licenses printed to cover J. P. Brown, abcriff costs in sui'1.31> BIG MONEY IN POTATOES. = == -,- -
Inj !.traoo. road a wwik...._._.. a.GU -
prefect law. Potato in Florida this
8 P. Ford. .,_______ 7.00 plar.ting @t''IDwm
w Tax uoUector'eand county jodge't reI S. Downy _______. 400E be very much larger than it wu lustseason. GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.We .
mole in
The u"d 1903
of licenses collected daring the money ,
:. port C. L. & Sop. O).. lumber for bridge 7.12 which wu m encouraging to the potato handle produce of all kind We are agents for MafwV FtrlWael'l. We deal eaclusivefy
month of Dwtntier fur year KKH and District No. 4. erovers in Florida, is of nuirw r-8poniile ill the above tines of gouts. .*n
._ amounting to $31.00 state and $38.00 for this increase in acreage, and it is Grain aced all Grown. delivered at your autiua. E. U BKAUY .t BILOTITrITILLtt,FLA.
J. O. CuU & tV shell for nd33.00
received. expected that in all the section1 where .
county WM --- -- -
E. 0. L. 4 Sop. Co. lumber_______ :.\I'i
t' i Bond of W. C. Peterson, J. t:. Iked xtlatoes are planted then will bv a big W.
E. C. Walker, tltell for rued837.50: Till E. GOLDSMITH

:. and C. T. McBride, a*justice of the peace, H. A. Holmes, road work.--_.... 12.00 : crop. ,

were approved. W. .arRou. n._.______ 37.Putrkt How's Ibis
1- r'. of collected Door STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
Tax colle
<1 report poll No 5. We offer One hundred Dollar Reward fur

; daring the month of ttaemter, amounting I any ewe of otUrrb that f on< \ be cared by ,
\V. W. (Lrlton. ruaJ work--------- 400 '
_ .. to |3.00 for the year 1904, *aa re __ ,
J. 11. Baker _H.. .%\ J. (}Jon A Co., PTOI .. Total, O.
i' ; ceived. We the andersiued have known ".J. Che.Ue TITUSVILID I I I'L11.
- wart WARDIX rt'SD.
,1': Report of D. 8. Carlton, and Dan ) fur the last 15 yen, and believe hiw per.dually --
< T.A.Robinsooptm warden___? ..OOIII'U'UL honorable ia ail busmen traossu-tloD
Moan' rattle intpfctor, were received. and fluancially able to carry out any obliga.ionsmJeb.T R. V. DOUGLASS : : :: '
KOAD rrauDistrict their firm. ,
Petition of C. A. Killer rt ai, citizens of _. .
, ;', fourth district, is granted, and R. 8.Bn S I). 3. Wholesale DruggtoU, Toledo. Ohio. Dralerin..

:, >*0, J, g. liken and J. G. that an T. r.IIGwN. freight on lumber ..-_. 10 45Uo W.\LIIIS KisxiN MXBVIV.JcriTea General Merchandise,

:- appointed a committee tu lay out the road .U? Stab). lumber for bridge.. .. 9500X. Whuleaale PrUlTlC""ta Tolt-olu. (011) -.-: -=- --:.=.
M' (aUrrh CUrt is taken inU-nmliy.acting
E. Kinnard. pill.5-u..u_. 4750 & .
as prayed for in M.o. directly! upon the blond and mucous surfaiec eouanting of everything
B. W. Miller, acc't bridge contract.__ ItW.OOX. of the H. Uncock rweived and *y : par usually kept in a ,
Letter( H. ,
f. M. Feb road work._.____---_._. 9L12E. I Sold by all drug!( Jtl. TntituuaulB free. Iv t.riFe.oner.l.toer, :. .-
the hoard regrets tbat it can't consistently C L. A Sup. Co. 12.21------------- 10.4. Hills Family Pile are the best. ,-

I comply with hia request, ai all per,>ns
k' DUtrkl No. S. Weekly He.th.r K.|>orl.
in d of awistance must to the
ne come John Smith iJ work.___.?__..___ 1.50 0. '.D&J'"aTJUSTOr "a&lct"LTt."BIt 'tflt'TB.aa A. E. HILL

{:: county poor farm. 'C.1. ,
FIXE AND ruarurt rt'SD.Lit
( : The treaaurer's report wa received, : Fn.. Jan. 3. 11a.\.t.
turned Lewis, COo>t'Cd I'o. ooul110.100 SANFORD, FLORIDA.
checked and the
; up paid Comparative statement of t mp !raturr
-- J. H. Baker crioi'l J. P. 4.3d
over with hU report were destroyed by phil court. and rainfall for the week enJill1C Toesday,
.'. K Trice, - 830 Jan. 3.1004 General Hardware.
The ;
Mrffn. CbnklingandJones. treats
** .. 1 iM\A 1 Ul rt
John Sorrnaen juror .50 >tfV* 1!TvO
urer bad hia usual certificate of deposits )t. Mitt'bdl, _.. M: DATE. MAX. MIX. M \X. HIS.

attached to bill report. ... 1kr.2'l. 74 311 70 41 Sash Blinds ;
.: Jim Arnold JW 39. 54 3U 72 52 Doors Cement
Bill of llantm bank ii re. .. ... .4
, : t Stcurity Rube Baker. M 30. 71 44 7W W
: ferred to the corninisaioner that district A. L.D..m M .50 31, 73 5* 70 49 Lime Brick Lath Etc.
I 1905 14Jan. ,
'. John 3ltuiua, )
for action. .5 .
1:5 :37 74 M
f" Clerk's report of tax crrtiftcaU-a re- J. M. Sanders, trim pre to. 1W '.. 75 !W 74 5t GUNS AMMUNITION AND FISHING TACKLEPlumbing
the month J. e. nit..rt l-0 3. 72 50 7 t 0.
: or l.urdW4'tluril1 Total raiuCall fur the week. .li ut.Ie ,

1 of vernier wu rvceivt-d. rtTDlMt PR1WI.NER8': FLM (>rtare rainfall fort he 1U.tk minus 71 Gas and Stoam Fittings. .

i P. J. Hall is instructed to comply wilh J. P. Brown. feeding pri4uuers.91.14) iurbea.
[Hp rtttre r iufal! uuce Jiu. hl t1I1oI. plus ArtUM attii lm.t UVli. a !'j.<. .atU I utiiUr ami -iiiiik.'l I.-.
: '\ the recummendation of the grand jury in Ikmnl adjourned to mart tint :Mondayin 1<.5iiach .'.; iuce Jan 1st PWA miau :nIUcb Tin :Ob,1-' ui,-Irr UlljH'IriK t"r'iiiiili !lto.,ting, 'i''tn .IIII., JCtflMiniijf abj Job i

ii.;' regard to enlarging\ the court room. This February UX6, at 8lh. m. *. H 1' IhkIJIS. It It' K 1'11I1.'' .IU, : Jt"d k

work to l>e done under the super\iK of --.---- OthmlII 10 Charge.lmpoieris4ed f
South Florida for the
Sole Norcross
the board. When bilious try a d t+eof ChamberUin's Agent

!A'tternf I:, \V. Sihujltr nmrmiv.'dan Stomach 111Liy'r Tablets and
re&hzt for cute hnW quickly a first cla:II'. Hand Cui ivators and Fertilizing Drills.
I >t on motion a copy u oni >r '+l tiu ilk d Dp-t<>-iUite meiliciiie "III| coirvct the dis- Soil .

to the Gsh and gante anln with f\'qunt vriler. For sale by lied ('n-t1l 1'harm\\'yTREASURER'S ..

r. to take some 1111\111111\1 report the same -- -- SAN MATEO CIGARS

to this bi\and at the February moling.On STATEMENT. Irn| ()verishcxl soil like imjK-

ord rest transferred j 1Y M. 1\tI 15.
motion $lrt) il i .
l- h 'd lioo! l iiwtlf
from the 3ue and forfeiture fund to the B.laDt't' c*>h uu, hand IV c 1. 1*>4 10.79730 > n prnjur Have Made a f
\IUO\lD''iei, In IVc. t'i04. _. 2.JJ.ij Jtiliwr. \ cheinUt liv
tun-1. tinalvz- Reputationof
f"'xlinn pii-on.

On riM>tutn the lirrttf is alk>wd to Total. $13.332.b!* tht'! soil! can tellou \\ lint Their Own.
Lt.ti ....ranllll..id iu IVe 14 and *
purclia- a tal'Ufor: nor in 'hU otfuv.R. .uranu d..hnMl to ruuutjr com ::Iiztr to uv.for liffi'r-ntIf
The of the San Mateo
q'I it-fct of Mr.. M,lurCurpvnurr is ivfu ui..iou .'n loud Ivan vf public tu' success Cigaris
-: itrurthin t J81091UUare tllud-l. one of the greatest triumphs '
*d. .
of the East Coast since the freeze.Male .
:. }\'tit ion of H I' 1\\l> Cnret al, rititvnttil { t..has hand JAU 1. IIIJ.flO.. t tt our I.hod i j... imK\en>Uct!

. :4 < of U*.....!*!-!. I. to the Commit Thf "\"".>ve auitnint 14 heM a.- follows.IVpiwited : ffiuii the hoit.-M ..".'a" l t b ., that n.,. pinn Ui a uf Florhli tnl the

eoi ," <>( 'I at I" I' 11. IB Krevard County ute .:r lientorill tell you what bland .CutiH c.'> pt'xJuct', rt> .1 ..r4 .IK .1 f-. Hitri.. II -i.kv Waf ru40 Ill >:a..,

;" ; fli bank, aa per cxabirr'crtifirate at. ::1 i uml to fertilize i it and rise i ('oa-l plantation., i''e rar n .'--i-ir\ r.i.r u.| (.." 'WH.11.."JIr..1 l b-tU-rartkt. a
Ft. + rulrrintendrntoff.'r
X M. ;
: w | Ucbrd U luoulhly ftUtrment, leas For <.a'e t tV all! tli.- i.-..-'t- ', ..I..j.,1 'i>f. $ii-l L) !'I I It f",i<>b Son t:*' CsrDl.ilnj
r' .. lim < \ot. I cbccks DIn... ..f10,21 tin! rich if.l corltu.clts that trvrry train t-'I'rn"1 Kl"r'l

'::'. IL, .IN gu, i v ||itt ftdkxing Irr lns 11.\14111\1.1 belonging to each fund are as .
fuik4wa! : lu-kiu;: in it. It may 1.. yon Twenty Sizes, Styles and Grades to select from.
> nm ptaeu-tttr>
J.' F. M County.. rerrooe, general fand t .'IIi .1 l a tonic, bat !nun.likl'h.It! }Mann, '.
:. F. ItI.'M"tf H .n HuQiphrvy.totnrry ruad and bridge 1 U U1 Ma'o, Fla.price.
Q; ; 1".1. gitrt b110... ftdhtetltg potls I ... build:ul M U4t 'il a ttmctntralt1 fat 'foutl, .
dace and forfeiture rrS7w
'- r": lt'I|- an. g 1iiIe. xrrr apprtul'ri.F t j ftrdu.e pn*>nrt ** .._ ... \.71) i fat is the dvnifut lackuig
: Water F\\'. .\.IJIO\'U! W. B. x'r- ..
s+ *, I s'1.. t a fd.1)iia. i. v13I. .
!i: ell.It'-.. N-*). .". 2... ----p. I.:...... !tI1 your $ !\h-m.
, r r ... ... .
3 +
, : The hillowii't hills wire ex :nine\l atulapproved I... .... .... .. .. 4.._. __.. 3,39 si-JW I' H-IT j is jo fat foo4 I tliat LHIIV

;1, and warrant orilen- to be M 3----. _.... t as.
gataewanlenfnu3.-! .. ....... tldJ1 .. ,- tii THi i Hull Ucolt's -tlrlu-
: drawn fur the Ultlt", this J.II 3rd, l'AV5. I .. P"'lo4'rty of data.rd ert..tu ,

\ I-GUIUL rt' D. food__.... .......__. .. t.-0 i U"
I s..-Idol fund igrneral_.___ >\73
J. R.Walker, 4'u.Owa f ;.l.\II1 .
aci.ltar 1Ibo--J diut.t-: h U
.. .
, to M M r Emulsion
} JL1alliq.. and mire .. .. 2. 1:1.",
r r .
J. L floc. M" 40J. M .. r M .. 3.-- 15-07
G Jvzua .u atJ. I. f Cod Liver Oil awertra9w't

_. I', Belt. M .. ',at .... .t I9, :l 1rt t

; W.B.Walker. .. ... .. -- ....- Sat lit +.r.ttu1J',

TttutTUU Bntrie Light> C' ... ligbu 51.TS JOHN HE kT. : '.\ .i i nmirihh nii'l ...tniuiy -ntithrn

fi' M. A. SWnr1"1 to refund laoJ .oU t..l\1 County Treasurer.WEATHER I Il h'n milk" anti en-am

J. P. Bwwa, Jaaitai__........._..... $ It -. -- -- )
: do it. Scott't KmuUion:
__ 3utt0 REPORT. t. 1 *
tailor.- .u
J. P, Br ,

" -: A. A. Stewart, atrcwataat---------- aaoo tC"uu' row l' "bIEa. n' aiv JU sx.1Ta. ,t ;ways the RUn ; always

' ,. A. A.Suvart elk to CV. ties, aaJitor urn I V t. WtATHKa Oartaaratlllrhtet .ttuble\ anti always 1M'tlt'tinalv No. 2

, M.B"f1I coa. u aunts trt sartr w 3 ,, to .ip >rature on the 6th S20: ; FoldingBrownie

I J. P. Brow*. +wItlB on t,*rd.. .. .. 400 "Idviret .. pertunf (ui th< 2Vth 3.,0 ., : the body 1 ii wa-tin:: fro n)
i:; p.fikarwutsttrtktntioo.Acer- Mean for the aionth 61.1. average mean
: blonds, pub ute iw for 23 yen", 3.), bi! -best mean for 23 years ruux?, either in childrvni.lult

E. C Advocate prig of del Ul.... .. &,,, fa5+1. n 0. to.et mrn for 23 years b+i, ,- -
.?- L.Ls.nn. nurt s-

F. K.Tester tA'*k 1"e* for OB. l\\IU. 21 II) Kainfall: la inch t'e. RSO; aterage for :J '
... tt. U c u flu %ta4 you M ample fr<<. !
;:" A, R Pwa'jr. i.l ryA. N.jQJ, \ 'ens, 2 J), grtitet for :7 vears 15:3.

.; .A.SUwart BUBOW Ir ""Wk'aiI 1VO i iS.55; least for J7 }f'111 SS. d (\\ ... P.. .Uf that this f fi
A.LStrwartt.: to circoit a+Qru..e.s,1 Pre altrtdirntlonofwindDOrthweet #J41"
-' tare itt or.n., a i A camera good enough to satisfy '
nC'-tS" UW Number of dear data, :Y1. number i.f t gro'ni
; A.Atewart. Douse 2..co fair day*. 5, naraUr of ck>o sLrritt's for children.
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r r 4 Y'ijj tt7- } Blame Base Ball and Sporting Goods

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No One But YourselfIf w -

? You Don't Get The H. &; W. B. DREW CO,

Well When Sicit.

..i + Jacksonville *

Aft w. ca 1s titre shies.

Of course that's .ra*y.Bet '
Distributors for the State of Florida.The
our adta really worth a llttl .

more to you than most peopJs. for wy
ir .au tj ci>. yw the first bottle of ourewiitinV trail btpplied at matinnirtiHm k>at..i pi.....

: free. If It fads te help you Retail orders and club outfit mxite rartfal au.*u n.

it : -W* could not aJTw l to do this unless Send fur catalogue-

V- e A our medicine wa gout Such aa oJTw, ... =--
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011 the wrong kind 'rf medicine would -

put a merchant prince in the poor tawDr. -.

&IUs Xvniae, however as years
cf sprtnce ban proved is a raedi- Fence of allStructoral kinds'li
cine that cures the sitk.

Too* whom It cannot .nt1it-le.u

than one la ten thousand w. prefer to
1, dMsz refanJ their money

AQ we as* of you is to try Dr. 3ltle? Iron Work of all kinds .

P.estoratlxe Xerta for your complaint

It you suffer from sleeplessness n.r>ouaexhaustion.
&&znoe. headache, muscular . .t.e. .e e1--
taitfhlns. roebacMy. low of

e pill v :' d t ; ,p bilious memory troubles..eai KtomacU.el.1lt'Pf'1. poor St. Vltus Uoud. (Get our Iron and Wire Fence Catalogue

Dance, etc., we will guarantee to benefit
you or n-fwnd your moory.
yO' are the dot tor.: ORNAMENTAL IRONYIRE CO. Inc.

"My SOB Pert, .'helIn hb 17th rear ,
became ubj-it to attains of tleosy..
eo serious that 'At" were corortUrd: to
lake him o..t of scbouL Alter *t>t r.U PORTSMOUTH, VA.
physicians had' full-d to rdl*\'e him. "It
Kate l r. 3i les' Nem.ie a trill. Ten .
months treatment with NerMne and
Live' I1I1" restored Far boy to prf1 .
health. -MR. JUfS. WILSON.

r 'a} ,..kt ll uty Co. Clerk, slits Cu., Ma.'p'xi ,

i Write us and 1I'e will mall HlttMtO HU r. .'L\.,
: c .u you Flee -irls l't,k.+w of DEALEIW AM) MtMTACTTKEK* OF
Dr. Miles' Antf-Pjin Pills the N>w.
Soientiflf Remedy tivr Pain. Also Symptom -
I I lUnk for bur t p your rasa and tiUou what Is wrung .
and how to right It. A >m>luWy .'T..e,
LAUOUAT01U IMX and Vo&otnblo: Ovtxtot: I
4 ---, -- -- .-.-. -- EfctmutM furnished fur complete Bills of Lumber, tube delivered at any twiot on Fist Carl.
: The dlfferHHf brio-rn Knutbliiu; and

-k-- One of the Interesting characters in Wnilkington is JUM-I>II Palmer of tL.National : bl'et-H.uI.ttn! lies! Ijr;oljr iu the different I

1r museum, who nmke, life awl death imi..\k* of the lJl't' iJt'ut'llit shirt pattern affv* red by differentmen. John Stetson UniversityDE

picture bhows Mr. Palmer at work. The quills iu the subjeit's IK *? are tifurnbn .

I btu with\ air while his face In rotervd with plaster.Lfti the pluslei LAND, FLA i

Cst U reuaated it U Ult'U a mold trei>rodu v a likene.* of the "ut ject'.. l'kklolC up It warm hor e bc e U mild

.a' feature amusement as i-on-riare.1 with carelessly Affiliated With The University of Chicago 'J
j <
,r taking bold of a lire u ire, ('ALLEUBIWLIUERSL.ItT"-rue.tandar.1.arstbe.euf thet'urterwtyutbiuage' t

I Stt'laolJ'lIjlnWualt'l rewUe then itt.::nra frum tmth Mttnuu aud humyu

-' ., HOSPITAL FOR WILD BEASTS Good Eye. I S-I a BVBMBI without COLLEGE eianilnatiui OF LAW. -t.r.to.ualu of ,bIB t'oUt'iiart'{ "ll1l\tk b. I'fItIt. taw is Heels

llek Aalavala to Have lie.I ..r.r.* "What a beautiful COLLMibOrTt.tllNOUK.Mechauiral., lull. Uwirual UtfiiM.,ri.gtutTraiuiug 36MMi t

;X: Im PtilU4elpkU K,. Ballcll... -- complexion vwuroea leading to
''fix. A bot>ptal! and infirmary where the v Miss Daahaway"Yes. TAKEWIME CULLEUEVBC!\t:\ ....<.-|Uuki.i2 in allnl llAud.. .... K..k kar...ag by baMR.... 1E4ot1.i'o
tj I aching tooth of an elephant or lul rcu- eWRM'eopcu 10 utb..r 11o-1..rtOU"ula. L4'II" ._11, ..... ...u.asud- brae ....* i J

Q loafs of the smallest monkey may be I'KKFUliTOItl .%llt1If'atIl..I.; )errs prrpand (u cuter Ilw.tr4. Y.... .......... It

treated with the Iat wt mrgieal and S'' "Yes. her new Cornell Mubij{:(D, I'biUK'j uii.l all hot da"a n.u"""*. i

medical equipment hu reutly l>*rnIQ maid is: quite aneat" NOKMAL .IMJI'llUTIilCttllool, I KinJrrgmr1ruimiteowabaildiag. 11aud ",..,.,
Ortiumar vbuui iu Mpurtte Itluldll.g Tbittwbers. St bw1 8'CLtIl pa,Berea PwWir i1alt Jf
completed tbe luological gardens in 'i

t Pblladelpbia.Tbe I I CARDUI Ml SIC 8CIIIIOL-\ |lithorough .,... .e.u I'lllt: urg.u a doNt-o ...4... srparate bYIW/.g, lsgl..ms1q .i
infirmary wblcb CU! a long felt More Terrible Funiihrncnt cuuntt of study 'f

want at tbe gardens L1I cotutruete of "In a fit of rage be threw a plate at AKT. SCIIOOtXe i>lo>lio. i.'t..tly emote, utudebl *tc.bUrbua f

bjdraulic gray brick, 33 by 73 feet, LIs wife" / has a faulty uf 41 un.fca.rr, aud iu.tnwturs. They kuld dur.t* fan the Uurrnity I':

with four large ventilating fikjligbu. "Did ate sue him for divorce AT HOME 'biraira HanaN..1", lartw..Ulbl'4loiuu.\>M. t'iti>rnty .>f iVasaylTi.hi. 9f ,
Tb, interior U lined with hollow term Mawr, lIul klJd1. Vuiverwty of MiiJji .u, lit un..u ai.d ..tber r uitrMttU TWf, a*. our
; : "No; abe made him buy her a eal- $f.'iOO.OOO in building* aud TIIIM; u ,*rly a <|U4rtrr uiillk JulUr raduwt..l M .... "#
;' cotta to prevent damr.neHU. The build : akin sack." ed library ufover 13.IJUQ 'uluu>ts. a Unuliful .lly fuifemiita a. iu iMata 1 .tawbwilaa t

k tag consists of four large rooms, an -- -- Arc you a sufferer S\a.iudu'u. '7oilpaluling.altekiI\ ( \opiptura.u: .w ;;,)'UtD..iIlW _itlt .-t.... a'....... ,1
operating roast, lrnsarjr and two emIawl.ill .Iiaiw Be Honest
I ward with corridor. The interior walls Has your doctor been wuuc. sides iluOIillll'. gulf n"wtua 1111(1 ..thrr ap.o.e I"tntk '"'11.h.... bu a.rw sad been-., /e.. ,
R* Don't steal a loaf: you'll ret In jail! ; ceuftd Urge UbuntUiiua fur t .ruitMry i'btnc. lUttrruiiuKy MitMinJi., y sal Btuiu.yUr ....., :
are enameled white and the cement'floors You know that In advance e IUUMUIUS aud *bi>i>'.. rltttrii' ligbu. ilrtirit. lll, draw be.t.wrai walks, (SMIroMiia ; 4.
:- coated witb a thick{ layer of par Don't steel a million dullars. for Wouldn't you prefer to trut brood arunra. fl>ahrul..l.rr> 8".1 lIf'n. .... UtIli.. rsrjr unxtctl ........ j
ann, making it Impvnious! to any Toll never gel the chance youmlf-AT HOME? ktudeuU ruin. Ut h'rturetuursa. I hu..ti.ii itii.l U4 br tutlfu) and bealtbful mud tl r <'ixliu* are low '
w liquids. A large refrigerator has been Nearly 1.500,000< w omen have F'urctab,i' vie"" foMtr: HU His
Installed In one section of the building i Inspiration. ,

r b Tbe hot water system b used fur beat I. "He dLscomed thrve comets in one their bought dru Wine?gus of and Cardui hate cured from Li1'1)1III'iii:1' A ,. ., l'Ii.1) 1I..1.4&lJlt.! KU

tag throughout. night" themselves at home of such .

The operating room Is 110 "Great advertisement for the brand troubles u peri<.
that any animal may rradiiy arranged' Le bad been drinking" down and ovarian pans, leucor

?E la a position to be put under the influeoce rbU"a. l.4J'n'nneu. lI"noullneu.diuini. SBABDARO>
DoiUJI'\ and tlf'll>('nJl"ncr. -
;; 3 ; of an a anesthetic and nitrated : Forced on Them.
; caaie-i by female! weakness,
I on without tbe difficulty\ and danger "Do you think people read poetry?" I'hem are not e..4Y caw.Wine !1 1r.

usually eiter1eiired in coming in proximity "<'<>rtalnly. of them know the ..... .. .
< many of Cardui cures when the -.....-.T'..-"" ...,-. .--- -r:--............-....r.-"V -f
to the wild loNltS. tnt car ad.. by heart" dot tor 'an't i

It t I ------- \\ tne 'A 'ardui dues not irritate .

r B.tl.r FarttUs For the IrUk.Sir I Rev. C,,!!. t.. K.Urtio. I... u. the or ana. There it no pain -- tll' ,

Horace IMunkett of the depart j tn the treatiueiit. It It a mouthing
Waveriy. Texas, writes: "Of a morn
x went of agriculture In Ireland is in ing. ")hen tint r'tinu I otter Itnd a I rou' tc nu' cf healing herbs. free from Savannah, Columbia Southern Puma, j

Washington>> to confer with Secretary! bloomviilrclloM of iii.eiili: tuck |iro strong and drastic drug It issue

Wilson aud the scientists c.f the United duns cough, at.1ittrc hard to - -cei4ul bevaj it -'urea ia a. Richmond Washington, Baltimore. $ I

States department of agriculture, his l .,'v; but a suiull qiiaitlity of lUltanJ1: natural war'

object being to lntrodu.'e improved ilortltoun-l :Mnjp a ill at omv di-Iii( !>tr i il Wine of Cardui can be iron 1 ?ht Philadelphia New York t
from |
your druggist a w a
t farming methods In Ireland says tbe ukt the trouble ii u"t-r I ktu.w "f tug bottle an.i011 can begin thus j

New York tik>b.e''s Wuhlogtft correspondent i uitjicme that is 7 1'14to\ it and u H -upie wettest c.U) W ill! you tn it f
lit t<> take I tan nu.e.t <'rd'-At'v A
Sir Horace says conditions ': ret'o. :bead it tn a.l p.1'oI.a i.e nliiig a I SEABOARD EXPRESS. SEABOARD MAIL.
, "' among the Irish are gradually better I I" e .es regorisg.tec.it a;ern wL.isCan.sattLe.1IDPtosaTmsL.Cer.
: nit\liciiie- fur thrust or !'Hll tnwhtsFria .
.r! f .: la*, and firming U engaging more sod :5c "xXt any f l UI' '...Hlt' 'I t.J 4-ettr I.rpt Tbs ('a.&n..1ilUM
"Ci., ( lets.
t<'.:: more attention Emigration to tbet1 (>(** I'ttanuacvMa aaiianuty. )llll.U\: I 11.11 1 t\ t'l" i InuJ I JI
< United States is the greatest 8tW'of .

tau to the Island but by inauguratia !
...lee Foronr> the Fa.
a better stem of UM cultivation UU I ONLY LINE
' Xo longer ts the rgisftte the badoof Hodgson Bros.
';I'. feoped to make farming more prufltabl the :New York grand dame. Tb e p...ra'imij t'-ly 'fhntuth ";rrp."IM !rrL: i.... .".uut. ",. \t'. OrectaI
': and to cbeik the esedus.Z :
new est fad in this direction is the monk I
..;...r. .- EAU GilLIE 1ID11S BIVEB Fli
od for women says the :New lurk ,
ro /' CII t ..... I I. F'nr fall intorm.Udlt at.J a, 't'i-ItI rnwrtatous 'ait '<& any neablastl gesso tit
World. Of course the woman of faib ,,
A recent sale of treasures In London MIte to
ion could not risk her "1IU eup" b>
: lociudt-d lW cane collated by the General Merciisnts'
sticking the gUs.i in her eye. Instead \ II. MU'OONKLJ.: c' t.oy I..u", Ir",
Mar\)uU of Angles, mays Ieslle'Weekly. ;:
.'7 !I I she hat the tens set in gold and hold) tart f \'DI'U. I'at.er C ,! I'..,
The lot brought stout &("\) j' iN srr irr Ciru"
I It to her eye. Mrs. Oliver II. P IM
I One stick was gold mounted and adorn- 1 \' 1\ "" .' : i t I \
moot l&varUbiy ue a monocle at theI
d with diamond emeralds and other I
I i I ofra. and hers is *et in a gold fiiigrev -----
.t .tQD. A lHatffijw dealer pot it for' SHIP CHANDLERS.Special
r. frame. Tew wf the yoaa?.*r wminti f I -.
$2ll.t Two other diamond studded 'f't'- +
i\ r have taken up tie mon>.!e. lvauc It
.,. .: f :, IaM went for $;:3U ant |1tlrriy ';ll tespei'- implies Unpairvd YP1\&bt ) facilities for Repairing and Storing DoYouTak'OuiniDe'
"' 1. : A stick that lowed with dUuond ,I Yachts aid Launches.
k I Ii' -- -'---
; slid ton a watch sold for $m. C.b. aa.t CuUs. ,

'p. f Stick with carved heads of animals Marine Kaihav.Roc'y !;'. to to 1 jou Uu it you oU'L ..rn _
\t! CUlbl.. oilli suet pits I
.: and birds, with secret sprtns that ; pjrutln.an of; a+i:sell P
t.iait>U that are ('Ura J1 ? arv quickly curvdt'V
/1- i Bade tie heads move and with electric Uwr stasis V')u.,. ('ure t'.tars irl'h *- HU.Ji' Don't Do It. h'. D u>,.rou..

\ f batteries found ready buyers. f! .: gm, Jra'H out nditu'<)n and '*' r Hcuntain! ua Nuggets I : tife (ll s.Iwit tt II I nu" u..ar a u II u germ s

OM-r:: ; i aid !tutors tU aSidedart., tren/t'i 'f I admU.: el : edy: ai'r t.t ,,
, t ls+aabt I''. erab Iamb.ly < ens the lan.s. _ar.J. ?If ptuRn* sad BUI a -.jt Bjy Ywp.eIts..i. I IF
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f .to... ,.. .. !b 'Wh'! T6 1.le.c.
lidoCrnet'! &ru.aerTsailk.Faiiu.-;! F HERBINE i :
r Mr. F W J. Ilettieer. a tirot4 In E > ;; Ue Phanuac .:"a \'k1.ma.I1tr.iA. \ cu.'tIW'
; MJ ..a I net' ) au.atotat.3
ol mine, was H> pW-rd with l'/&albrr. btU.Jdt>)Ur "t "* os hot: iVs '.: ru..1e by I
laia'at'aulth Iittaedv, ..hlh tt.e! ba<.1 U i, (' 'a-&u. 2Utt>, R'a.. 1.6 vanY"t1r'"A O J.oj .1'WJ: Cwt! <
I tu cu.--c >b.i:3fi1, a.cr irsdatihe. t...uu.tam ,
%_I far bet ciu-dnfa *h .o uffrrt&2 from Heal !. /!..!.. T,..tl. CO 't:* TS fiit.1u. JW PtOll as ti :id atetrs,t., iuJi ejr a:4vr; tuuptsu la

c 4da and cruets list dauc': a fortnight'stints Tbe heat In the part of the S1m1oD
abe obUinrd tn t. iVhkt THY IT TO-DAY
M my >p Pile ;
i tonoel w&lca res. iss U bi dos is so
the seat iso inrmS In dsffrrrat
great that men can work only half: an 50 Cans & Bollix AU DrugjivU.
of the idling IliWl Lila much
parts rt&ir,
kud it tad dote! and Jnz therm W i hour at a time,' 50) that what has heretofore a.mTu t Mrar. tf1..a aa'r? ,

f airs i\ a trial" for scat by 1c..1 Cue.' been a day's work Dow take a ci\ u errs wH eM er>Y7 w. 'r 1'1
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::5 -":-:g'mjH 7RIDAY, JAKUAEY t ; 1803 THE FLORIDA STA'. 7.I .

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1tiAl: qoenUy the stanza U omitted who the

f;. [:,_ .' ,,,. .. .", ,wrnorn ,, H.EM. b ytan ti iticg, 'VHITE'sCream
,.;f!"- '.Jjpr.7:'$. ( T *" s ;-'VWiySif -- While the majority were lactiaed to

c:.;: .;." '. : approve the scarfjtioo to drop the Vermifuge

J ;'' Howard Vin Would rerse entirely, dating that the action

Itself wont 1* 8predated by the
.>:", ':. ft Sr Omit Third Verse t ngltah people and erre to ttrenjtba jCASTORIA

c= IfIATSITSVOED3 the bond between the nation, others HEWORM *

more coaserraUTe thought that U b Ai,3

BREED ILL WILL would do oo harm to leave the verse Infants and Children.simaating .

i In and continue the cuatoia of omitting "", :,_",-. -4 : "T'" "">- -" ; ,-_,;,,,,, I

s4M ,.. BritUh Ms tor .( P.rlUa eBtTfcUk It when the ong ia rang = 1 i KEMEOY .f .

0 stlt .... e tlMTk. Some that of the older naval officers Uted njBI BJI The (Kind{ You Have tTHE /
they never had any diOrolty la
{ T .tar Sp.a.l>. Baa.ta" tai.sW T.sd
omlttlaj the verse and they eipre&ted f' CHilDREN'S FAVORITE TONiC.11" ,!
R t, t*, Peon IId.H. jaa...N aid the' fear that a movement to erase it Always Bought '.\ .' w IMIT4YIOH

EJI.UB<|-\.... .f Karat Orden forever from the song might meet with Aclabk Prcp ltbnfot A c- me se.uaa ...,...e eelr a.

:t-::-. Wfta ...,... $.sgeeted 0.1..1.. some opposition from the people In genera tteFood endP uteg Ballard-Snuw Liniment Co.
I ), who would (%'I", tunuta, MO
sentimentally objectto
u Stomachs aalI3ovis I
.y -- Sir Howard Bears the
4 Vincent member of theEogUab having any change made In a song lIE CROK' 1'1I.\1nl.\c\. -0

parliament while In Pa!'.. re- written wider the eircuuwtanoes that I Ii I --- .

" # centljvsent. to lc.tJredno Star 1 Spangled Banner" : t
the editor of the New "
SignatureYroalotesDigestionC1EtI T1a J fotta7..d.Stt" .414.,...,SJo.)o
a = York herald tje following letter and who would not fully realize that .a.tal 6wa.wv Albal..L
the word were embarrassing and oat : fl-
- z You ask me for a Christmas idea of of date on many occasions. sandRcst.C.ntainsr.eitta I RUDDERHOWTO
peace and food wlil betwwn America of
Q }fincral.
1Um, torphinr nor I
:; and England. One occurs to me. it U foiled a fore for l.dIKe.11oB. }\OT'N.UtCOTIC. I BOOKS lone

easy of accomplishment if only the "I n-nj Chaulot rl..in., Stomach: and laote.ts live twtI th'relo ttvlwepuuVa
1- anlvenitiea .. 't E'. i l"U As.tWN : WoW" M
college and
schools of Liver Tablets for indi;vHioii and find even dual .'..s upu ever? ... FoS driaA .
profound learning and religious education that they sail my caw teller than any B,4rda 1k' fMlJ.I'ITrJ/Lt1 i .tra.lnc cf ait |xrt... (hoW( _!ul H .. ....,
t will how the way to quote "Tbe dyll('epaia remedy I have tr trial and 1 I' bur L ta.lea' 1 'A'-"rw! r

Star Spanglwl Banner" bare tutil many different reme !ie*. I am }:1J MOW TO euao A RACIER ron "a0IItwav..utt..Lr1.r1 .

I admit that the circumstance under nearly 51 years of sue and have sutff red / .s..t. ... -J..& .tr.araa...1wP
.1.1i.JJI. .w.t.,..j .... .J id k41 ..ItYrn 1r,
which a fact deal from in.Jigt'ttion. 1 can eat =: l! n
young Key wrote it on that dirk HOW TO BUILD A KMACK
' alronpt anything l .ant to role -(,eo. \V.Kraory j
..t 61 rL.Ili..tiJ ..... _. .. .
September I to 81 .aly w iaa.iat w he
night off Baltimore ninety : Jock )lilt., Ala." For sale by .,' .,i.aw_,.a....1.-...... ......._,.ea
Tear ago justified strong language Ked Crt* i'barmacv.! ", .' ..... _..

5 other times other circumstance and r. Use HOW TQ BUILD A RACING CICOP
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g.. other thought prevail today FARMER'S FEAR OF SATAN. Apcrfccl R7rMi;forConstipation. '.--..-.X.I.....I r*A_-..:*.1._a M4 J "--.'..la. ti 5 Happily there i. nothing tut peace
F Sour Stonuich.Diarrhoea.
and good will between England and >tbr..k>B Who Is Al"ay. oa guard \\'onnsCon\\.1lsions.Feverish. I..... ,.apt..1\ .a.uyInS. SOtM4ei.ett
... ......., .. .. ''
America. Every English man or wom- For III. H.jc.l. Cow la a;. Hess and Loss OF SLEEP. F 0 r 0" e r .A at '"' VV a4Mr1 aaa
an on American man or woman Charles NagU: a farmer living six .. .. .
A to. .1 n. 4 ><"- i""4 r.k., .......
u a brother or slater.Vby, then milt west of Omaha, Xeb., was recently TacSinule Signature of : '''
retain awl teach America HOWTOBUILOHOW 'tNOAI.C''AVGN1 a/DO/ J
lit the
to arralinitil
sing the young police court at YearsCASTORIA a ck..t.tW ......... ..........>' .........,. _M.Io a M
third verse of that otbnrl. Omabit: (ctidnc<<'itli assault! and battery Thirty .wL awl pi+.

fine song The Star. .SpangM B&u- up\m John ItaUM-biid. out of hU fi.*'gb-: NEW YOH1. TO I\II\.I A rtATTlt Oft aAMPUHOW

: : nerr It runa: lion, jy" the :it. Ia>ui" Po..t.OUpatcb. A b months old au_Eag.", .t.rod..r\i.cu. .Arylrr..aa, ....''''''-f ,1.,."'._............................

And where U that band mhich so vaunt. At the trial of bN ta.:' It t,:,me to light i I t TO BUILD A MOCtW VACNT
Ingly *wor. that l"*ruuse of a ujrNUtiGU<4 fear A-.....a...,.4r..r. d tw. ".......1.wad.L a.wLr
That the havoc of war aoi the ti tUe'a ,! rya .r1 W as H c .kill
cvnfukioa that tin devil would nttcb alai punish

him It be did .> be has not for nix $1.
A home .and a country should have via no p. CXACT COPY0/'WRAPPea. PRICE EACH
,.T years sat down in the prwence of anyone ..mr>i9 .< limits H.MI 'Cla

Their blood has washed out their foulfooUtfpa' slept lu u umbrut ponltion nIght Tote ear....eo.IO&. at.."0.. em. IluuftJ .1'Ilt iJ kril.rt>t Sue jf pig.

No rtfugtt could pollution.av. the hireling and or day or ridden in any sort of vehicle. : '. ... ..... """ '. o.....:. __.- .1,1. unarms l..te.iuitJraaaptw.

,,E slav lie labors under the delusion that it THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.

: From the terror of flight or the (loom he were caught In a sitting or recumbent I Mw.*" ST CtT Nfw T0.*. V. S. Aft
of the
grave ]mature or riding! in a vehicle the .cr.1 ,
And tilt star spangled tanner In triumph '>11. 'I' 8141.16.1i1Jpj (
fit' dt-th aave devil would catch and punish him. )''''.''.41'''' L,"' .",.

O'tr'the. )*.neOf the fnaod the hone Neighbor! of the eccentric man testified The name "Simplex1
of the brave. In court that II I awe-
not for six yean:: has
The woaiU are certainly lasppllcableand be teen seen telt down lie down or 1MPLEX has been I CO YEARS

out of date, keep old urw needlessly I ride m any sort of conveyance.These ., repeatedly CXPEHItNCBTHAOC

running and UrvM ill will and neighbors said that at night'he pIANO Y
L' distrust In America. complimented as very
youug rested in a contrivance of his own invention i

r The full text of "Jod Save the King" in which beta held in nearly a 1 k The Simplex I
la rarely If ever, Ian,;. It I:* needlessly perpendicular p"6ture; that be ate hiaeals

offensive and out of date. I
America leave out the third verse of occasion to go to town be walked behind simple every. .tAM&

t "The Star Spangled Manner." Then we hla uagnii or busjzy When becomes : : ;;i and Its. DCSION
& way particular. V
hall sing la more heartfelt chorus: to towu be will nut ride in a COPYRIGHT* 4c.
Oh ar that the sur iiangtal banner btrvtt car nor an elevator and he re- ; mechanism is i .v Aarnawrtlaarlr.u74.at' nit 10M r r9M .".. -...:'..,,our
ti1\t 'Tr-r' simple.
hall have fusels to board a train under auy drcuinstancei i t. J. JI'I. .11. l'''' '. u MJr.1 fa
/ loa ua41r .Ir a1.L ttaa4ar l
O'er the land of the free and the home of ,
'? the U-.V*. :N'agle api-ears perfectly :t It does not easily get I .-ii r, t Mf'N 1.ye: ...4 >t.*r!".'. A'f f.i-.in.im re<'eI'f
t rational on all utter. subjects.Tea c) f ,.'uJ...(!< r Ih .it sheet Ml),*
; In conjunction with the above letterthe

: aforementioned paper prints the out o:' order or need re Scknlific Jlm rltan.

following: Some of Culture the Tt'al. !. ('.IUur.aa. pair. If it should A.a.n4... ,,,,.I, .I..t..... ,......kI'. .vntot, ... ryaat. =
:: Army and navy ufflcials and others farmers near Santa !toC.al. by any mischance, it is i ,...!., : ..,"r.I r.,'" .4' l 13a

prominent ih the administration wh sa are i-xperlmentlng with tea fixed. The I MONK CQ.361jro at.p'IIew.
ogrowing., easily Simplex is fully warrantedand
were wen at Washington in regard t and their efforts t-cem to benutting t'ra I full cx r : WaeMryt -a, Yolk!
Sir l1 Hf'lu'd1n'nt'1i suggestion lit to with success. It is said that
an ornament to home.
: there U uw reaawn why tea should not any tlallaSa tt>"" a maaar.awICoidsi
the omission of tha third verve "Tb ,
s r
L* grown In !Hiue urt'tioiis of the United "
,_ Star Spangled llauner" for the most
part approved the idea. !Static. tb, u;b the earlier: South Sold I3y

: The older Laval otlkt"f'1wbo have t'4rvl experiment is not known toI

had considerable experience a NJ.lt.I be making grr,:.t headway. INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE Titusville.

state that it is the custom to omit thU ,

I.I verse when shying the national anthem Batl.tnla.atu, Karth.Henry .
whenever EnglUhmen The }. It should I* hrne in mind that
are present. I I lU'din, apt. ( ty Water
direcUxl Vork: Wi.Hit.. every coH w< 4k.cn the lungs: low.
Terse U w plainly and oSetwlvely: SbulM'Urjr, -* 1
at the EngJi.h} nation that an 'hare Used manv kind of iinintent.i, tJ;.'lurid I 'f't the tiUtv: i\i.'l J.rrjMica thekvktrm I
for the L.' re li.iv
frui < -
'"- unwritten Uw ba< made it a.cu.taiu 11..1 MAIN ltxllArJ'a'.?n-r f'\'c"'lvt'ol know i nmcti Liniment It-iirlit fete iintii 1 any <-. ".. ar- .: %,i h at.tilt t'\ogtalc&t
to skip it and Jua4 to N)11of the ,1. tt."'' r4 of iiun_u Lit,
5 later versv after slnsUig the first: andsecond. matl and pain" 1 think it the hIKluiimrtd t other place on earth. 1\ 4 4 t .jj, tltt,,:"" ,,., i.:, u.J.tu.Chamberlain's.
on earth :i"vW.. and fi 1 i*>
The consensus of opinion i is
>>ttUat Red I'M-S Piunuacy.
that the song \tuulJ n-.it I* banned _.. '
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rr tf b l .wt If the 1't'H'fl' dropp..! aud I s

the I&CUOUoulJ do away \\UU the po I

r nlbilsty: of Mubarwiinjj situatioai! g 14q I Cough Remedy I

which might arl>f. j{;; h w. itit* 1'1' .' !-'i.4ar.tr l : bv its

A i-onsiderablw uujvriiy of antsy aud I .../ ; UTI' > t'r. ,..t C'.JJ:1..JtJ t
nary viflicvrs and even povcrnaieutoaiclala :' ..1 It... !y c.apt'I.l.it1"'D. re-

y wbeu toM! of &.r llaward Vto I 4: _:'.......' _. i > the lunIud open the >
ceut'* su iMtlou. u.lo.mtwi"l,1 thatthey -. '" ;.' .J I. '< '.''ns, tff..:::;,, a "jA-r,ljr and
.. I
:; :it i : ::1 s.'"UIU-U
i hnd M idea wb.a tLe thud trigor ,' .
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the nation-il antbeui was. \\ ben tI.e u. '
: tlIl / |
.: word were read to theft l they stth..1 ti / QlIStn! / j Price 250. Large Size SOc. I
that they dkl U"tt M* the need of retaining Q
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etttals --
i := the terse in tbe son;. since ,\ -" J

:< was of a nature that ,( usl to ita It W AJi.1 add much tO the suns J U .' \ \ t 1 OI'mlOI1{ '.... : tJBaKB <
:::: ailIurrounJt'l l-y entirelydifferent : A
of resets happinM If fishing couUi t
I :{.; tug the today.government coadithja The odcUIs ijmyraiJce froai la those of regard most eiit of to. dent cent in" 1t1 the sawdott winter in on n.me tbe 3oorHr warm! base : "t ])a1rn 1 1)Gac1l f 1 J T !;. : r.a,,..-M, .a WA t

-- XI' I. aa'a
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and indicated: bow freMot : t i' r :!
4. -. "nl\',I ''irii r FERRYS f J
Mi-K. Chas. .\ f'f tf\5- fi lnu. ,
< >e M u'.rh Tro.bin. "" ApplegaU-, 'S' \\1 1 ) ; ., :
5* -
; aiuiru. In-i ilanJ a OId hardly trial" :,. r
.'11 wach trtUt.1.ffllt> \l'I! by tttsVeof e \ "' I. SEEDS
sit. u t Gael: "vr...axiFdion so bad ilia, If ', .. i
Kndat 111 {.aa l\irt' 1 h git," I t..li..1 a bl.ick I wftaU roux! t>tjfaiiv t .. k.=.H, .\ \ 'II., :{'*'./ _- -- ._.. b.l. o; a
1M tUnwarh J"'rfe..t nit by dewu:: '. .1. T
r.-i "i'it bigot but mlwna: nth, ,". "\ ', V i
what mthiKit ibr .!.>: aci; y a ul / --1-. ''--. /, a>,
you rt ol'Ofii.0. SAtf. there IU)li btttrtl ..fcure ... ., .-? ..... .-_ 1 Aaaa., t
fcod .. U iv thrrt. .
boikl '
The UlIt. --.. M
r 1\!T'* \ra Daeto\rrT >bal1y curt d H \
0. > u
rslttt. Y 4
I'\'lto"on't UT$ bit td fWlNdl.Ud \Vtitt'If to t.. t tAl.u ea:b m.. alJ f i1f''J \3 pilOO.k" Its aM h aid u* taw Ora&,.. Gr...... Pi..Ut% n..14;: i110C.a& /A. x ,- .
; lutrh 611AA'itatll MlobL"
t0 (cwigb,
.J I f' rVku.rol t"" aaa Tesri.i, rare ., ;
KoOuI PyfwiU Cure t tht HJittl t/Vt4ft 1415DU5 "
.nn--. hr 'nctan..i all thrift and
AlWnulle, Mh-h ny". "I .*, "**.*i Illlil Iplj' :.+ 1"rk. 5aSOt: it ll,\ KlfEB, LAKE WOU1U ud lll"lt.BE: BAl I IA"O
beanbarn and aii)viii>> tn..,l>!.- I. r U.tli
Tnn lil'-tt..' free it RtooJ Oro PbannAcy
.. ,. ..,
time. Mj *ter ln-la* h u tai IW- >,4H.. '--- -- tr* ti (k4 ta / >k e 'a it* tki KILLYHI COUCH

troubki and was not tWe to rat for 'n FLORIDA LlJiT CUA.ST IUILf.f.Jv .
'cot" SI* lived ei.irt.v .... **!'", It will be observed tilt tie liIl,k CURE THE LUNCS

water. After taunt t 1\* bo Ui r t>f .)- life u&iy a.rrot'Q ta tboe on wboa 11

do DyiwwU Cure ate ..a> ..Ill VlCUtwL t t et:.ucut; *;ri" does cat force tin ">N Dr.
3 I Kmg'sNew
C he soil rater !i.t-ut'% -i,1 r : I

.' rood bt allb. I wn *<.;i i" tun 1+ >1.1
m invent rrltt t" <>-5 i t .t
... 'rcesr l'hartila"1', TuU1'Ut'! tu I rs. ,t" I DiscoveryOLCrtt !

I'hsnna, t.ai tiallie!! ; ('a... F ('&:1>1'" Inu.b aa4 ChUdxea. I I I 01isl Pflo. Price 1
bell, l lelbourne.
.. ._, FOR aad sot t 'I CO
-- Kin j You Hare Begs t
atgr at 6reetitd beef,"1Mt (tau II 11uWa". t.4 _a trPtaLg.Lf OLDS has Tr&L J
\ In. ,
O..TOR.XA. Flwtla 01tkr/efuraanvs ...un.I. <
1klLwtatusska4a. $ {;. the ., 5a.n6 ajia Q-sickest ClUe for ail
both L P11.WTY. J. P. tus win, '. Do &.una, I THROAT ud LUNG .
:. l t'atgaa m ot"d. ** ,.,.....a ... ,-. ,.... -.-. 4S.f.*. f S, MOiTEY LACK TKOU&L .,

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,"c 'Iz''it..fl"?:" ;,' ":.I .-_...... ,,- I '
.:_:? c' UJI.DlUiC'rO&Turelitit Kaaw Charlie'i HIbU i| teleRnghmessenger I lUll CAn JI.- ... '\
"' 4 ,.-I iKM i HMfcwWi* ..
\ '., ..: n'K 8b.. ku..1IIt7 bribe Rockledge office- Cold weathr Wedoesday.The "
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'__-:-". ; W-'i-<' ,.:..."'f= nF"TFlfl; aD hiedr '_ LJ.,::r= bright little chap who knows .bis bos. Deems Dr. Hat ghton's boat, U FIRE INSURANC
( 5 tt.......-,; ..- ,
.,. y:::i;,(--...ttt1.4.111 eiti inane arrived in EM Gallie oa a bosineas trip i
: ; -
,': .- -.g' $fi' Mr.J. H. McCtidr, of Rttibcr, Fk, MORGAN cb w14L'i'ad ,
School will next will
;. J'- .: and EuaDj-10 ia all--Amvtd on Friday open oo Monday TITUSVILLE. FLA..
;(;] .. mm. Miss McAllister u assistant and Prof.
: 4' and are located in White colUtfs So. won Reprcwrotinc the following reliable companies:
;: ,, .
.. Rhebioder
; u principal
,; 'ig nuxu's co.nottr
-? f\? : :> Bartoo avenue UVBtrOOL LOX005' ULDBI CO. rvxo uoraix
'I\1"... ; 7''' t >hrapyb twri.s 1 s4 Vewaj Brief Work U progreaanf rapidly at the He Admiral GiU!! of Melboonw Beach, Tvi &A FIUAXTSA 1sstiAacw vu rusanYUI": 1)al'.UR-'l'O: .
__ C"': FIRS Is.tU"l ro. GDJatua txaraasc co.roXTt.I..UI.
-g;, : in Eau Gallie Tuesday doing boa
was on
,.IfMrasAUafUMCswrt.COCOA. tel Indian River and U U UueTsryUurtf
.1-. ";; expected nnt IXSTUMK" cu. BKCHSSTM ciai AS llul co
$$1- ianw. He in his fast launch
came over ,
will be io readiness for the HOMK ixsrmASC co., or s. T. XO'I\1I tsios nu m co.:
,' Pr; Jan. 14th. the Dawo. tm&iII nu I. LMIQ&TlnU .b1K1U%('I"-o

Jf. fJf!( Plot Q. E. Wiitfield spending Mswp opening E. SpjHer' has almost eooipieted the SURETY BONDS and LIFE INSURANCE.
r.,1au..tr1 Mr, Ikmatd: Smith, of Pompton Lakes.
with bU mother, near
.. nation Dr. Sarah office
paioting oo Hodgsoo's
N. J., U pendiot( hU holiday vaeatkM

."' Mr. Chan Tbeii ol Nyack baa joined with bit mother and sister, Mre. bee E. and drug store on the corner of Young .. ..... -
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who has been her for the pu and Houston
.hIa wife, itreeta.Shippeeand
Be. .
Smith and Miss
will the winter JAMES PKITCH.Ua Presidwt. W. M. BEOWX, VU .hMUeaL
and spend
r tf two .1DODtM,
Mra. J. R Walker of in : BraJford have formed I
> ;:.i ... Lt .__ Lotus wa WINSTON a BR1NSIXO. QtaUer.
.;<;- town Saturday. She cornea op each partnership in the oyster business. They i iBANK.
)fro and Mn. J. F. Wooten are eater. wtek to receive instruction upon the had their steamer HypoJuxo on Ho>'g
o Ulaioi their relative,Miss Eta Bellinger, son's this week. '
Bell guitar and i* making rapid progrvse. ways INDIAN RIVER STATE d
: dories the holiday vacation. Miss
i Rev. W. E. Hall was greeted with i a Mr and Mrs. G. W. Hopkins, Dr. Sarah .
inger,is teacher at I
large congregation on Sunday, both Hodgson and Mia Bessie took in the
co'tny DI PO ITORY.
weeks' vacation will soon alip bj !
t morning and evening. As usual a num ocean beach on Sunday atvomjinied by
ADd t,Monday morning, Jan. 9th, tin
j, .; MX ber of Coooaitee were present at both set J. E. M. Hudson, in the sharpie LJiiie Aothoriied Cspital..f1Ot/outloe t
I welcome sound of the school bell will Paid up Capital............ ..$ 33.0UU.OO
Y a1L Anrael'OSitt..._. .... .IO.00000
The Ida been launched ?
has at
call the children together apia0 pursue Queen ,
:, -
Rev. and Mra. Hall are busy cleaning TBAVSACTS A
Eau Gallie. This fine commodious houseboat '
:et their studies.M the manse to get it in readiness for the e
was built here by a party from New General Banking Business f 1
\. >. J. McGrady, of Pittsburg, and family aiming their household goods, which
be used for
will crui
Jersey. The boat *-
): .. are snugly domiciled: in the Klein cot are oo the way. They hope to soon U' Largest and Oldest
.. down the
lag coast.
j tageoa Palmetto tvenne. Mr. McCradju settled in their new dome. Hank uu the Itlt er.

i} broU.er0 J. H. McCrady, who i is at Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rot iterhave arrived New Year day passed off quietly. h Exchange B" ii>ht and &>Id on All ., '

EockWge for the winter. and again occupy the Garvey cot was generally cflrbrated by quiet dinners Jo'.I;" (buntries.

; Mr* J. a Gibert is enjoying a visit tage. Mr. Ri !giter has opened his photo and driving. Tlie weather being wild I Patrouan appn'iated. Prompt k'nit'C,

from her mother, M". 1.1\ Gore,of Fort rooms near the depot and has numbers several excursions were also 1 indulged toby i polite tiratDw-ut and bokiD every(forurcvMuteotwiihcuoxrvktivr srantt d. ; 4pikkI'iCulltF

: ; ChrUtmaa. Mrs. Gore has also two sons of fine pictures and \'inL our townspeople "TS: 1

1>$ in town, Messrs. John P and Pasco Gore. in Empire Trust ('<>u>p any. N Y, KIuriJE s
r Mrs C. A. Aspinwall, nee Miss Annie The new bell is in. position ou:: .uk 4 Trust Xmirooy JackwnvilleFla.TITUSVILLE.
f; It U very nice to have one' mother .'hhf Gideon[ left last week to join her hua school building and a brand new flax haibeen

'them it the holy Christmas tide. baud in Macon, Ga., where they will received by our fcupervitsor for the FLORIDA.

.'" S -l The first of the week was Florida'i make their home. Mrs. Aspinwall is tin use of the school. The fins was purvhad .
;(:' own weather, but a breath from Jack daughter of Mrs. J. S. Coats. with the surplus subscriptions for -

i Frost came swooping down from the Mr. G. N. Hatch has moved his family the bell. PENNEY; & BRANNING;
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Arctic- region Tuesday and overcoats and to Fort Christmas, Orange county, their Workla. Sliht Md D y.
t were brought into requisition.Old remain hereto
; wrap new home. Miss Virginia The busiest and mightiest little thing TITUSVILLE.Fashionable :
.t' Sol U as bright and !smiling usual, finish her school year. She is boarding that ever was made is Dr. King's New .
;: ''j however. with her aunt, Mrs. Joe taxton. Life Pills. These pills change weaknet -

( Miss Lucy Moore came up from Vero Mrs. P. A. Shares the genial lady of into strength.fig into, mental listlrtsne-s into They're energyhrain

to spend the holiday vacalioA with her the New Uockledjte, is winning mallYfn wonderful in building! power.up the health. ClothiersGents'

-4 parent, Mr, and Mrs. A. R. Moore, at [ ndd by her gentle, sociable and kind Only 25c. per box. Sold by Red Cross

i MemtL bias Moore i* teacher of the carted wars and it is voted that she mill Pharmacy

Vela scbaol and ia very well pleased with he't'ry popular>> the coming seajn.Sir. .
She highly of the HKLBOIHNL' and Furnishers
her speaks
Karl Rank and )lr. ( t'OfieIu.
conduct of her pupils.\ )Irll. John Goode is depending a fewdays
ander, of Ohio have photographic iwms Homeland.I .
Mr. M. M. McLood ia enjoying a visit in lie New R.Mkl"ljre:: ra ino. Mr. Alex- y .

from his father, Mr. McLood, of Quiney. antler U a fine pianist and butll in-nlle- Inches hn tone !iuth to tit-it 1- We have the .'hlt, t

This b the father1 first visit to the Indian men are an afquuition to No;kledge" *- p(,ints of i interest, Cubit included.

river country and the BOn WM driving iety. Melbourne>> needs more houses and mt. Selection of Shots tow

through RbckleJge n't'ntly.howinjl Judge avid Mrs. Van iVuuu and Cages for rent. Who is going to build \ Found South of

dY him the beauties of the river front and daughters, Mines Nally and Mildred Van them

some of iU famous orange from. Viaan, are exptx-ted to arrive (row Del I. Mrs. Wm. I low arrived from Waukev- ,_? JttrLioilIIIt'' ....

Dr. L. T. Daniel ia enjoying a visit a.a1Ohio, to their cottage hoaiti! on gsa Sunday night, much to the delight i f '-

with bb brother, Prof. J. W.l>aniel, and Indian river, Rockledge! Satunlay. bet family here.

daughter, Miu Frances, who is principalof Mrs. J. E. IWttlvr, who pent new Mrs. Claude Edge I of Miami, spent ieeiz The Queen QnalitJ for LadiesIs

of duela, Ga., high school, and their years with her brother, Mr. C S. Schuy- three days of last week with her twreuts.

LMber.i .law, Mr. D. 1) Ruskin, of Savannah. I ler, and family at Jensen, returned on Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Goiide. Paradise Regained

Like all appreciative minds Tuesday, bringing her two nieces, Misses
and little and
Mrs. Charles son .
they are delighted with this >tection of Mabel and Helen, with her h a visit. lUlL ORDERS) tPEOlUT SOUOTLD,
Mist Minta Rhodes of Sew til, W. Va..
the country. lion. J. H. Derby, of New York, is arrived last week and are now, quarterd

Mn. C. Coggin has (or her guwttsthii expected this week with his family end n.theGibbs houe.

winter Mr, and Mra. Frank King will occupy the Mernin l"OUalCt', Led,'.emore. FIRE INSURANCE
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Irwin the MiHies
;** maD, of Wisconsin. They have formerly Mr. Derby has purchased a river ,
and Mildred Irwin arrived Jill"
pent their winters at Georgiana, but last runt and will erect a tine rwdem! there Carrie

winter they visited California fur a on this season.Mrs Friday night from Chicago and will spend W h hue second tile a.ri.c) br tt.r
he winter in their Melbourne home.
change. Their return to Indian river
L Dattenfield entertained the
again bit winter proves that Florida ia adiesof the Palmetto. club Tuesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. E. I' Branch and a mini- ,

good enough for them.. and a Jt.ligh&ful0 hours wag K-rof quests t'*>k a trip tn East: Mrl-
to add to th. hilt ..f tuna tried and tire ttkd u.surantr 0I6 pntia.
Mr. and Mrs W. V. Itand".on and family pent at the club's recreation. Mrs. bourne, where they enjoyed a New Year rrprrariird! by u.. r

of Nashville, Tenn., are late arrivals Thatfield entritaina the club next Tut- dar picnic on Monday) All report a mott :

IUd an relative of the Davidsons already lay afternoon.. enjoyable time surf bathing and galbtr- SOHUYLER & WILSON,

arrived and are enjoying the Florida Mite Dora Brvew who her ) pug shells on the sea shore.
area: !spending The Oldest Insurance Ageucy iu the City.
( finite and other good things. Mr. some weeks with her parents, Mr The team dredge -4pfl"rt'8-nit; rapidlylilting

3 Davidson! it will be remnnftered, bought and Mrs. K M. Brete, bu r'turnt'to (' a channel from Indian river into -----...
the Paine place lt winter. tier work it the hospital, from which site ('rane creek. This will be a great iruiroveiuent -

The young people of (>xx>a regret the graduated this year bite i ia taking a 1...t for Melbourne, t., have a JOHN R. WALKER & CO.
departure Miss Hanna llojwon from rouse in surgery. beautiful harbor where yachts and power

among them. Mia Ho|...-on: has for the Miss Stella Douglas is home from Jack boats can nut into at all times for shelter! -r-1-- Titusville Fla. ,

llUt140 year bt..n luHwld and wnville spreading her Miday vacation ('apit W. Paujean's pretty uew
stenographer for S. F. Travis A Co She with her Mr. and Mrs. 1:. V.
parents, launch the Jewie U. ; named after his
Lies accepted a position with the Grubrr- touglas. Mist Stella! will continue a bills grand daughter; howl makes daily DRY GOODS
Morris Uarewarv C x, at Davtona.aimpU .
: uj>il in Jacksonville; high schaI l until rim want from Melbourne>> iieach. These ,

---CoU.. she completes! the coursre. ripx are enj-ied by our oat.l.topk| but

Mr. M. F. irrefl, of Nashville, Tt>nu., m ..-ty by \'I.ltorl 'of tv) love:\tu g> and
(1wse to be simple if at all proIoo."l'\l.
;, The safest "ay is to put them aside at with his fiaiily, is occupiinz the trbnng send the day on tiitrlt>r.cii *ud ei.j v a CLOTHING

the very brgmning. iUliard'a llor. property on the boulevard.! This I'-'llt'r- te1 bath in whet winter ,
c hound syrup slop: a cold' \ and reni 'y was sold! last winter io Mr. lvi.L-, \
': the cause of o.kls 2-Vx, :M:. and $ovrgib "lu afterwatxi toghtthe l'atuepropere > } -
bottkn at lied (Croe PtiaimacyKQCKLLUGn. z, ai4 GENTS' FURNISHINGS
'y at Ctata, III lio then turned tbeSbncgroperty ,
---- -- '- -
over to Mr I (ir*n, his friend. I

3 The Ilaia rnvivfj\ 30 gut U one day Our wrist ti tll'rID\'n. F. J. !"imruoni'l AyersLosing SHOES

t iart week. of flVm. J. V. H Prince( BI\ki'n
.- R. L Griffith, of I'nvidrr.ce, l: 1 : Judge," I I ) :1
Mrs. W. II. ()wait, of Wilkesbarm>. I
of New York 4
Ve schaffer. font\l
-: IV, U the guest of Mrs. A. D. Raid in. were :, '
by the' in end of the northero bhixard your hair? Coming
: Mr. .\. D. lUkUin walked: up to_n w ki k other entertainment on Tuehy : out by the combful ? And -. MILLINERY
: for the first time im-- his fail 1 Monday.The .
and WedrKaday than hiring the finny doing nothing? No sense in
Va..-aboadia, Md\Ion's riM hooae- 'nbt1i. I I I that! \'t'hdon't you use !

,: hut, u anchored off Re ckkd.e waiting Mr. and Mr*. Youn, "buACUPY Doakadtaie I Ayer's Hair Vigor and FURNITURE.
t,r ita o*cer. _
and opeced it as i flit ptaaboarding +
1 t.; Mr. and Mra. F. F. Taylor, of IVreoo Loushave! teen l.t, i-e t w Hair

Mich., have arrived and are at boo boardrr .. Vigor -
case it to on axouct o( not ; : ;
.-:;-_ _:: = ;: ; : -= :: lid] ;
,; again at the Ptaia.Mr. heath! of the l lalt r. They wu: let the

and Mrs J. J. While are now I located rxrna to k.Ja'Yn. It u quite a. dis
in their cUUfe N
alMS o.oily doaikile LMr. rdl bard win the cuttag IDI ipk'nUrope. I too, and all dandruff ud! dis a

liucgUa i* making several: ctwl; It is to be hof"- that Mn.I appear. Could you reason New, Up-to-Dau Oood In every

; in the i&leriar ttrengv rents vi hit tfere, Young m tU soon! regain br Leallh. ably expect anything better Line.

f mack u iu iffiprnveaxat. 4-r'. S..r t'-r .a.pwe.. &.. .,! I
,i x. ray .N_.. s.a wr aw,. .... r.a..t.rt, n" .hair a1tea
L of B& t''4ar .... y,{ ,(lad w asp kw'ra Mail order receive prompt ad
: Yr. aed Mra. Bh U Paitcn.:
< 41 For tears tale was after mw CODI. D- i ", ,.--w. ct........... I ;+.r tFrratatw.
-, F York, I'a. are vtaiiiof Yr I'axUa'i "" ( Verbena, .
} writes F. A. iuliettg; ,I I., I.,avaacoaL.r.rrat& ..... careful attlrution.Job' .
:t ; part&K Mr. and Mrs. H. B. ru", .. Ala. 1 Lad a temb+e case of piles, for .. .r
24 tumor When all IkaW,
' a Mesa LUlUa Catx,of tubang, a friend aosi&g&ck1nl'n.k& site cored me. Lqaalv -
Thin Hair
:- of the McOadyt U Vacated at the White. food bt burn and all acbvsaod pauii.I i. TALKER & CO. Tilusville Fla.
1. coti ;s vtUk lira. Gary Lt the later. AJIx. at Rfd Cruse PUrcacy.

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