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 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 13, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: UF00075901:00295
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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:e & with the county: commusiooen Remnaats in dread goods oral! descriptions W.'I t '.ir.rtr&fed '
Aa.+rd 'r.... ww & county in regard to the feaai- suitable for girls' suspender s es, <
Title foes assortment of! in style and quantity at Mr H. Watton of Clifton paid TUB
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rx tl of the construction of a model ec- every I in worsteds and cotton m teriw.Wid I
t and Pie*at F, E. C. Grocery.LaGranp of road F. E. C Grocery. STAR office a pleasant call this week. f
near Daytona u an object shirt waists, tailor made, made

: porfoffiee baa to all concerned In the intelligent Mr. Jaa. McComb, Jr., of Dade county, np of a splendid quality of lawns and embroideries For Sae-Jpan sugar can ami.

!listed with 3, A.Cathie u of material available. was in town for a while on Wednesday :; tome worth $2.50, some 1100, Call on or address:.. J. l-iatt Mims Fla, I

apt 77. N. Penny, of >L Spoon bad three cars in Jackson afterroon. 1 and not a one was sold: for less than $1.75; We call attention this week to the new '- ..

paid TB STAB office! a pJea loaded with excellent road machine Mrs. F. H. live paid a visit to friends I special price to make a clean sweep 98 display advertisement of Mr. J. L. Mob- I

b ins in Titosvifle! last Sa& trained men, expert in road build- at Sharpen the latter part of tat week and cent*. leI, to be fount on page 4, ;1

Mra. letHe Feaster arri furnished by the government aboo- the first of this t Ladies' shoes at a big reduction. Mr Trei Feaster left Wednesday for +

: nesday of last week from free of any expense for this work. Citrus clock grown on high pine land. Lion brand chatelaine floss in all colors West Palm leach where h* has accepted t

daughter, Mrs T. W. county authorities, or the citizens, Indian River Nurseries, establish ISSi, sprria110! cetiU.. a position in the City Meat Market manage -.

bama. have to supply the crude material Send for .catalogue, Toledo and West Ribbons at a bit rttJl1 "ion.Men's d by Mr. .\. T. Feweferr.Red .
oQ 'the ground here it !tae robe black half how
Call belli and Palm toaca. guaranteed Cross
: cracker jars and npply the unskilled laborer eWe Pharmacy has just reuived' _
line of souvenir goods of alt I learn that Mr. J. E. Hickson has fpt'CiatlO cent per pair. a new invoice of hand mirrors handsome
have jest been received at ary. lie offered, to do the work purchased the house and lot owned by Gu ot', suspenders special 25 cenu.Men's suutrnirgudi handkerchief and glow
now and Feb. 11,.bat could give
Pharmacy. )[r. J. It. Walker just southwest! from thepresent elastic team drawers, good quality boxes. lk-au'lfullinn of gv ls.
aagnrance of his ability to come at a 43: rents only.
For the medicine chest ; date. Walker residence. Mr. A. C. Gardner and wife, of Koche-
Window shades, mounted on }!arts.
I. W. harper Whiskey is accoant of the scarcity of county We have the finest line of toilet soaps ter, N. Y., arrived Wednesday on a visit ito
I horn patent rollm", in all colors, price 23Cents.
the family whiskey-none no definite answer was given Col. ever offered on the east coast. Prices Mr. Ctaa..1. Gardner, his son, and

Lk ** by B. L. Mollow and F.. bat prominent gentlemen have range from 10 cents up to as high as$1.00 Mail orders promptly filled on any of will probably spend the winter hero

Iffit. Mr. Long, bead clerk at to get together the county and per cake. Iced Cross Pharmacy. the above goods. Call at Titusville Limy, at rear of

partment store, expect authorities; and telegraph a reply. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Jones returnedto Jcuns KUNK, Bobbins' Jaw office, for stylish! rig*.

,{ ; lat proximo to take a dollars have been virtually their home at Klondike Wednesday Titnsville: Fla Leave your orders for hauling ttb double .
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Bros., at White Springs. on the roads and streets In this afternoon, after spending few weeks at and ioge.! J. M. Otban, proprietor.Mr. s

Messer will probably take which might be saved if good ma this place, during which time Mr. Jones CHURCH NOTES.All T. Blah Walker spent Sunday In

President W. M. Brown, backed by intelligent use of attended to the shipment of the oranges are cordially invited to meet withus itmville, then left for St. Austin,

Dallas National bank, ) ', were in om. from his : niter's grove that of Judge in the Baptist church on Sunday, Jan. where lie will be located during the tourist -

hi* business interests In on the Ormond Daytona road Jones, at Sunbeam. 15th, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. sra+uo. Mrs Waller still remains in

day night after visit etartcd up several days ago. The Rev. W. F. Shoemaker writes from Howard Gibbons!, Pastor, Tituevillea while IlIlJ *r.

here during the holiday machine was sent up under the Stetm that his return to Titusvllle will Preaching in the Methodist church To the Tit U!!\11119 high school! library
,,,Uion of Dr. French, to aid in ru&h here by the pastor next :-'Sunday 111*)
be until the first of week
Capt Kogero'i new delayed next on has recently been added a large number
made the work to completion. aa-ount of the illness of Mra. Shoemaker a. n,. No preaching at night as the of
Georgian, a trip to excellent books. The librarian, Mia x

terday for a apply of who was taken sick Christmas eve with, pastor will preach at Cuf'untlay A. L McCiinton, II be pleated to wait
TEN DOLlARS BKWABD.!
t- brought up a* JWent.en' an attack of lung trouble. She U now school, as usual, at lO.-ft a. m. Strangersand upon members of the aMOctatlou during
last night from behind
Saturday invited
I t several friend from ) houneboat, Row Marie, on Indian improved and doing well visitors are especially to recess periods.Mr. .
these services.
I: Beautiful selections in a canvas covered boat, 16 feet long Mr. C. C. Henderson and family, from Burdick, from Virginia, dalivrrttl 1

and burnt wood work have \ beam double ended and painted Murfrirsboro, Tenn who arrived in Ti- !KnIGl U. a temperance I lecture in the Mrtlxditj J

?i ceived at the Red Croat green.will receive a reward of $10 (U tusvillea few weeks ago and rented one J. M. M. Brock will be at Oak Hill church Tuesday! night. The meetingwaa

inspection U all that U .. delivery of the boat at Peter Kel of the Bobbins cottages, have secured the chimb Saturday night, Snn.Uy and bun- largely attended. }lr. Burdick i*

t bur to purchase these ', boat" ", Tittuville, Fla. cottage on the corner near the residence day night foe the purpose of holding sung making tour of the sUl. aod .w ill deliver -
services, introducing new song books.
ti pl The pupil and teacher! of Jud>n? Penney. Mr.I Henderson expects -- a series of lecture next week at 4

ville high school wish to
thank to those! who kindly '. a visit to the factory in IVtroit, tusville for the benefit of his son's health. Yesterday the transfer of Dr. Dixon's Mr. J. M. Oi-ban and family moved Into

.: procuring the excellent flag B. Jackson, manager of John Wana- their recently jurcliatl property, the
The editor of THK Srm ha* received the valuable property| fronting 52: feet on I
waving over our school '. automobile department, has re appointment from Governor N. B. Brow. Washington avenue at the corner of Julia Bn>wn ivHUge, situated just north of the f

Mr. E. F. Cooley and with the news that Henry Ford ard as a delegate to the National GoodKiiad street and running back 1SS feet to Hopkins Presbyterian church, last aturday.

[ Lansing, Mich., are '( completed t 100-hcrec power Ford convention, to be held at Jacksonville tart was made! to :Mr. (i. F. Dureu, They have Jt14 had new ()llno1 atklD',

f the first of the coming for the Florida tonrnamenu. It will under the auspices of the board of by which transfer Mr. Duren now on gills and piirthtiniaJn to the building,
ha the Keweenah Mr. driven by Frank Kulick, who scored and will !Kin hate it looking far different
i son trade of that city, on the IjLhh and21st the two story market building which he
p ilary schooner. about re&t1 P'A with his diminutive racer at Em of this month. We thank the gtvernor has been occupying ** a renter for soils from what it has been. ,

; !' track on election day. for the honor and will endeavor to years, and al+o become tie ow nt-r of the Mrs. M. Neenan and little daughter

ing.Mr.. Will Hall and family fr. Jackson says the new racer will be present at that convention.IIUCKSMITH Dixon residence and several small store Myrtle, moved to Barbtrville this week,

j.- their recently purchased six cylinders, each 616, and will _.. .. __ _d._ houses. The pnre, we bate len informed It'ui U'ednwUy mntmol.II \ Mr*.
) 1,400 pounds. He believes it will SHOP. that Neenanwill look after the intt.'t'Iola '
t?; plane until recently owned was reasonable, considering recently -
the straightaway honors on OrmonJ I do all kinds of blacksmith valuable acquired there Mr. Nceuan
f= : Motlow, on Washington IVm't forget this is one of the mutt properties by ,
and Mrs. Kline, who have just as the track machine did last and wagon work, home flioeinj in TilQ \"iIIbtinlC located right in the couipriiiiuK the Underhill! (tn' trtJ. Mr.

t;_;". ing the place, are now & soo. Kulicb U a capable driver and and pin repairing.J. D. EXMS Call, Titmville and cow roe., Fla. heart of the town. The consideration i is Nee-nan remains here ", look after hU

, i,;( for cottage.A be able to pilot the new speed! err not made: public. duties for the F E. C, railway.Mr. .

1\ 1,; a result of an .ll .-Nw York Mail CONCERT. Dr. Dixon has given up his IlOIii'ion frian Clavier of St. .Andrew

t t 'day between' two negroes with the Florida Extract Wt.rkp and weunderstand Bay, Fa.! arrived byre !last Saturday-
Emma: Terry Pollard, the noted coloratura -
i .-Fdmoason and : [) \ HEAD domestic linen finish, I9c that i it is his intention to t -rnn on a visit to Ms relatives! Mrs.
!!? "\'" and "B" batu-ri, $1.75 soprano I'uPl'ortt.J[ | by Aida: Cook
the op move to Ja'hnnvWlIi |"wition at Jar Wager and taws EvaJ.: (! .
occurred Monday at iapr.Although
: BATTF.RIKS: boat enjinw( :Ilk Ul Pitt, the brilliant ,.i&oil't..iII render aprogram
: V. Florida Extract Works, :, rent and house! PAINTS of unusual merit at the Tito.- The t"lflJlUraeL\ : Work will be tilled a resident of Florida for some

tuned severe knife cut -Wernicke elastic buoktai f lot of Tt>ILCT >O U'ai 3 for UK ville ojvra' house next lnesiiay eve- of TiltwviUe: willregret ,
des of his right arm, and include all the cititrni ea>t coat. I He lit mud plea.r.l! with tbu
Jan. 18th.
i :\ DRY G(4OhktSHOIti fling,
Wilson exceedmjdy to part with the .1)(- "ectioii of the late fn'fI.I.at he iuu
services of Dr. B. II s4tn
u; .. A. Gardner Tittmille, Florida Thousands have been n:aytil underthe
I tor and his family. Dr. Dixon is i one of th'i far.Mr .
k:: Tbe train from l speil; of this t'dutfuIlytlt'(1nsoo
lour ohll.1It'1'IJ..nt., having ben idetili-
day was about two hours GEOKOIAN.i. finder w !ht"" chanuiDfc' and wonderfully W. H.| McFarlar returned m.,
I tied with Titu*,ile! from iw .arh.-t days. ,
t heavy fieiible voice i-i i and TUt"touy from a two ,,'(.tt' Visit to lilt
of exceptionally captivating 1ld"wj
; P. Holmes and wife, of Norwich, 111'e I all wish the d>* tor sum-as in whatever ,
-' friend. fro ('tat
comltoie.l dew T\Hnrpin, at Sarada,
fourteen cars \ ., are experteI here this he-to beyond Tption.Mra. be underuke
of which were! occupied by Pitt H a graduate of one of the I may on the snlf('OA.-t. 5Ir TlMnj- ill i manager
Kinsley and family, aU a friend.
the different hotels in thfl.\nthon cuttae for best cut'eyes in the south, and ranks high I FATHER AND SON DROWN. of the Wallai.* !-t-.o.t. with inbielr
fit'Cti Mr. McFarlan baked f>rneit ..-.
was divided into two as a brilliant and talented lterf'- ,<-r.Wherever .JQ.
.
Deeded south about ten winter. he -1'Joear"| ."rt'\04 and p.>i>t'!rare i A terrible drowning fuiitycijrre lon : Mr. TfI4J'O'D trari I \dytlfrU, fur
the lint t-ectwn being a ; v. J. B. link prvacht his final Of'r' kxid in her praiie.Mr i I Lake Woith jot ll,wr W *t I'almj I I! Oiltitiitwn! too attend the great a action 01
tl.e lath in ( fur Beach, Tt.nrittavrJIf!; of !la-l week j I!
the second operated as a { Sunday, ieorgiana, *. Pollard sang the BH song (romLbo.t' :j the Farrh ao>J.MIs line. Slows.
II. Miller! and b3 rM j jp
when CUaa.
A prewnt year. a1d It'1oi'mJ"j to an t' tbr""IIl'riVlt. I! year : whirbwiI! ii. ittnrlrt an&-t&snwsi'iri t
F
Jeroaw T. *ster
Mr. \ i
where be b ke G. Mil! r sod wife, )lr. nedeil 1 and .- lIt'r"Il i is.ehl trainn), rnj.iii4nl :I ." >n Krlluro, met d..thII a tTl\lW marv-. :, \if etXw aUI"'b,1.e t'llfI"t.e. _
for Miami,
rtod'ingurn
itr- the b rant
| ner. The only w to j
from Chsppaqoa, :X. Y., and Mr I I -
the Eat Coast > an-I brilliant.-Mann T ;t1raph.j I
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.Uuhw wa the dirtrte wife and I I "'LI '" Ut1If'j' lit "..KTMt"T.I .
and sister of Alton N. Y.
arrirrd
This compny baa Her voi.eii a high soprano of rare.ieetne9
pany. week j motber. The three "t"rIo..rillj( up lake s firm 'known K. B. J *t1: :anti shu.s r\"n.alkat.i. training; ;\i Worth in tainrh.. a high ,..-a w*.. rolling# : cGthtr.g anti ,,-L4' (urnosl.rng rxslt totta
rl Witt/eld. with hi, launch t-ok her trills ant .
lacatlo
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business and a were evjuiite. *-
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in thecattle i iat the time. Mn. Miller.. attending'toth sate at Jnlio I\lifl4't. Tita....
will be filled by to Flu GaIH to hare some dettu! .-E\eninj !'shirr! C .:iUiut>u". j
jsUce hew I i iS | engine. xid-Jmiy i the L..y di'ap-i i!i }Florid
from Geneva d De. Dr. Hough ton it there with >Hce of the t-4 e racaU>ni dtte .HJth j jail '
liaalersoo, easel over the s.ile. Mr. Miller! at ono -- -

I. : ... )lr. Frwter's: fcaulf hid Dento north hive fijrure-1 in the tdop-i j! re'er e Miami.CHANGE In. I. G. Cook of Cbinu-o, arrivt meet of this tA.t.fil vokv and the ; ( .
ceded him to i to the r >cue. He was a idl ,I t! ToUJIJu. in L.r It"! 6.(Cal'l.
kith justly proud of her wjcceAt j
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r TuMla and now expfou to remain i' awrwmxr and Mr Miler: had nt- fear for Frank lion-ton, arrived here 'r trnJay
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OF Jane. She bas room at Mi*. .auU ( .n-t.tl1tjm.: 'i the fate of eitiier. >eeral ttiuw its IhI.rDIf'i. and: f..iim. t<> ..art' aa *srft t
A Ur:v and ruitumi sa wnce waidelightfaily -
The new Khedttleon .. father: was _.en to dive soda: giitn| .*- "'koJ,1 .oppty ; 10 the ..*UrbciAr

,.f- Coast: railway went u i w t- A. MiJJ too and a friend, from entertained Ute natnliers reoderwl ; wa caught of ahait-lor f..* above tin- ( UrtHtukivtr cata! in t 4.* of ,t.. i
the 10th lnt. ) by Mrs l\tJUrd. the were
i (lay. York here dxriuied the pnno tode wtnt-luwn to befaeb owned it* the x.l .
arrive at Titusutl as city, are in waver. Finally: the r r>xi { cy.
r. now ni.t rnpyabneThe Daily) Capital!, TallahaY.e -
!y '" ,5iSip.m.anJ4Up con.,. Hi wife i* esp 1'alred ,
i : fbQlua1ac *.M&. m.. t:S: |, I k. days. then realize that her husband ar-d will like Wt ni wrrki* work Aw.a
t' chan swats 50 ( now on sae! at
farther 'toMS.
No
r' '. 'p. L A. Perk, of Greene, and A son were drowned. Sb* was onaUe to that the eiia&nel a ill be t1nJJ ,mss t9 i'
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PrtirwT admis
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Ibraneh of Xorwich X Y., arnvnl I ; operate the engine, and xr st-ryasbed tat oil lit fit io d'1"b froau )1.J. ME4r 'to.xn
J: t lion 35 t'euts. children :S ants .
i HOUSE lalterparto! but week and tare I help! M the .ir>d dulled: taw launch! "hulWl II, fndCI n' r chaff

iF' ''..: .' Uth.I at F. W. YIlZWU. I' rOB SALE cuiur ;CUB. toward* *br,r*. I'eop eaasetoll* rt1l. -
, j .tomorrow, tbe. CUe and on i-irnir./ what t-i r.api<('QeJ''o.ti tt. {ItU
.'; : :BerJm&D of Uerritt. will locus* Gab of Cseorx ana L About M acre* of guod hi/b land on ;koJ a Hrvh for the b.h re.TEaTa ; !:eat. pair :.
: \. bit 1W1I' o tide of the Indian
. : the e--t w ocean river .
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invited Ad cull has tte sex thought under -- --- Kwr {047 I...MKX \ fei rn. CO,
;i;-i aErar7body cordially i a& the SarTO"rit.rd u follows; Lot .
shun. Foil\ aonrastwili be given i No- 3, wettest 55, also lot Xo S, section ,. Y'Jt 5LZ. j

i: ....CAJI nW U [ week as Mrs. Weiis, of Cacao, I 3d. to t3'n hip31socUi, rang 39 nn.This vecty- ve MeFarlaod tens can UMfcd ;, colt eet.t.. .
-.: to visit take dtftrga of the meeting that is k) laud u unimproved bat finely log cheap by ep Ayu;i at Tucwiji* of- The eiaro4r t..t.IJ HijjlL MiatU
hate. dairini ate.!. For farther partlrckn 4.i ree b This are &ilt f td. are m fair 0170duk ...a.it your own fipirt. (**.{ foe, J
; rameoa5er that it Is warden, held at the n.:den a c/ Mrs dandy j E. M. Low, >n, hatiCiC beta od ociy take and )oQnt n-t paniew etc. Additwt iVit m..

h to.lARd.fMD next Friday a-Vroowu t Bttcktcrs iU *. ', Lae been uti txustt! Titwrille, Its
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ta Eplcopllan te to la altePuea1 !A CURE li

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t About Hen In Public proposed eiehaage.Tltpraeeattive-. 'I YOU EAT

Nick Loagworta lira,tt\kl...let M IIIIf&
;a.YC'tt wtt1111n ,tQD.' Ohio came to set the president the oth IW ;

er day says the New York ..' CHICAGO IlL f

&' 01112 YOBBELL J L TILT. WaaMngtoa repreaeatatlTe" ; 1 am MC"_ _...,_.. '_ j..
< "Ah. good morning. said C I
+.- Eoooevelt, and bow to the baby congressman t
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'Y : *.w_,. Netreeeatat1Y.. Pena Tn this morning t
au.,. a.! Pe.uylvula As..dA. "Fine. flashed back Loogworta."and
H.sw-aesut.n Ma. net bow II the baby president
Whereupon honors were held to
Ya z at Laarb.-.vel Eaebaeset

13 et1ams Ietwe.. tk* Pre U.>t eajj.

YY ? and Ciasm..aa L.agw.rtb: ? Tufc to the h'-em.

For liver trouble alas nonatipat;o
; John lSealeylames ,t.rli.. nothing inter than WiI
.t of Tennessee and Edward De V. Mor- l.Iull" Early Ri* ri, thehnl tell of Pennsylvania both Beta Drummeto riwy Jo not eakrn tbrstoaiach
provided fun for the boWIe and action ap nn trw jMnu U utiKI |tit'a.l
the people IB the gallery the other dy, and banuln B U tj Moorr of LaFa
> aays the Washington correspondent of In.t., "save: 'Nu UM talking, lV\Vitt'
the New York World. Little Early RUro do their work. \
r other pills I I hate gripe and
Lit Morrell wanted congress to grant .
ifrt- rick in the Mftuuu-h and never .
x y permission to the railway appliances .
IIOtoWil" Little Early Risers \ t
congress, which to to meet at Washing to be the Song slight rrlirf. They
t ton In the spring, to use the unimproved simply | rfr .T." l' rtiOn. traveling .
rtk grounds near the Washington tile early riorn the mot reliable rt'rud -V. + + .
ti monument for exposition purposes. y lo carry with them. !Sold by K*
r "I am lurpr ed.w said: )lr. Games, LT08.-0 Pharmacy Titnsville; EMU ( '
running his fingers through his wary uuiuAcy, EMu Gallic; Cbas. F. Motor
{ "that such distinguished statesman bt I!, Slrlbuiunc.
.. balr, a i
that such a soldier, wbo.e fine !
figure and flaming epaulets, cocked bat EXHIBITION OFJIU j I
and clanking sword to always a joy to i
1" Philadelphia-nay. even an honor to I t
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that state-can be found supporting a i : :Motes !
Japanese Wrestling Too I
Y : measure that will desecrate the noble
k V: shaft raised In honor of the father of For New York Police Athletes.STRONG
: our country by permitting the placingof
Kg-- a workshop within Its very shadow fur lieIrnrj and

Asa .. If this bill goes through. gentlemen MEN SOON j "trf'hltb.
there will be screaming whistles,
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Clacking bells, snorting engines and ) of met*! and It I*
'<-' -4" greasy men all about the place." ..',.a" .11.... the Blcrtle dot's the mot good.

Mr. Morrell, who Is a militia brigadier ..., Was CoateaiptBoa at Flr ( In delgo and worinuiixhip. .
y' arose slowly amid the laughter of bus Ilixaaht Ckaaied IIU '.. .
the house and galleries to reply. Little Wrestler Threw PoIIC'..
'. "From my heart. be said, -I thank Kanaier Eaallr. After Telllnc IU.1I0w : ;; nieaiu; sometblos.
the gentleman from Tennessee for hIs It Wa Doae. fur catalogue.
; glowing description o( me. a description I
which will go tol\lllu history, but 1Ilgashl a Japanese who weighs ;
which I hue been too modest to utter. 120 pounds and is only five feet 1 Machine & Motor Co. ,

w There Is a bit of poetry which 1 Inches ic height appeared at I I I I
read In a newspaper. It goes like this: headquarters In New York recently Bridgeport Conn

"John Wesley Gaines. John Wesley the request of Commissioner .\ I
Gaines,
': Thou monumental pile of brain! to show the police the value of Florida.
What wiadom that email head contains! wiles aud tricks of jlu! jltsu, or
'V =' John Wesley Galnea. John Wesley
>
nese wrestling, says the New
Gaines r
Tiuu-a. Two i>f the pollveuieu IIlga: : .- <
from Pennsylvaniabaa I
e The gentleman .
let'ii acvii."",l of bavin; almost met were "\ju" Whitman the ( j >
everything but a monumental pile of pvliceuiau. who weighs 'AU pound I r
' : '. !hulas lies Games shouted, jumping Charles Hammer, who stand five i f
; .._ .Iet'n inches In his blocking '
', 10 hla feet
; "1 said I read It In a newspaper"Ur. weighs more than 'JUO pounds and
Morrell ft1>11fd. "I don't always Held the national championship as ,
believe everything I we In them but dleweight boxer.
j 'I truthfully believe that la this Instance The commissioner himself was
the gentleman baa been mis vented by indisposition; from
r, but his secretary and Chief lu"( '

represented"i all In few minutes but Cortrlght w ere there.The .
It was over a
roared while It Kimciou trial room bad c'i
Douse and galleries ,
"' lasted cleared for the ovcasioo. lu floor ,,'c'I : Shotguns
tQert.JIth thick Uycn of soft upwar
end stood tLe On since the advent of
:; Senator W. Murray Crane and Senator At one pollcemeu.
Philander C. Knox, who generally middle of the Uour waited tLc I j are wad within reach

jo to lunch together since their hungry Jap.. He looked III if any one of I M.uble and band;.
f experience waiting for the last of fl\y might make a single uioutLful : made beats them They
the president's message while nearlyall I him. HU dress was that of the itore and eiamine or.c.
J the rest of the senate enjoyed a I ry citizen Including collar and L'i. Id..f"y ,sr. ....
satisfactory meal! below have at lasts Wheu asked If he were not pvlng NEW HAVEN CONN.
located a good corner of the lunchroom Undfl'M for the trial he shook hLs "" "

! "' says the Washington Foot lu1ll1ngly. Then, at a nud from "
On the first visit there they weitcontent chief inspector. Ajax stlpspwd .
.. ,
"' ViaRUDDER/ f arata.iS
,; to regale themselves in the baviug btrippfd ol coat IndeloL : u.,.. ,u, H"naafi
public room. Thither they went again ") am afraid of hurting the chap" :
the other day entirely unaware that remarked' casually as he approa '

t' J' there U a place set apart for senators, hU ant.1iouIsLnll again tie TO BOOKS
.
t t where the vulgar public may not en merely emiled.: But when be saw .. ..
..... '_- ..tf. .. 11--..
i : ttr.t It was getting along In the the policeman took an attitude an if I ,.."h".tnaA .. ro t "
,:SYt.f, afternoon the table linen was not of tending to wrestle according to : j: .. .' 1. '' ; '."
I '
; whitest nor the: menu card a* spotthe dental vthrxU, Le sl"ie up: t ." .' .f ....', t
-- f less as it might have been. Still the "You had Utter not resist or I i !
...''-0 A "*CtM goal It.
i two new senators were making the hurt IuUt ." .... ., ,. .
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wipe \\ oaf the -
k best of It when a (committee I. come was retort
1: clerk pass**!. companlM with a (.coutetuptuou lau : \11'-0.. KIP''ACK ,.. _
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t..' ..'s..aar. ..... .-v.. f,.. ...1M ... ..A"
_," 11 by, you can't eat here, said he I Next iiwuivnt noiuetbin; ban' 1 .. .. .4 .-..w- sw .
tie> .: { to Senator ('cane.k Uut if tbetr lives had d,i>,'a.ldsi un Ii \ A a.elaO MM,.
:; "Rat la Leaven name can't we eat nubndy iu the room cuuid Lave I .. M>
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; i anywhere asked the Massachusetts just Luw it came al>>!1lJu was I I &

". .. senator Ing on his back flat on the floor. "' A HBTOH LAu"ftM
... i l .. .,. .. ......
led the Inner he > --
to where
..-. The two were politely Jap was standing just ; i ..- .......- -
,. room and were k'\Ilfoll They now stood before, having barely \ .iLO Ai ANKaAlIiOVfI
i, feel that they are actually making Quick a* a Cah the big: policeman Ii M '_...eat J t.,., ._ w ........
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progrt In learning the ways of the on his feet "alo. 11It&b.1 wvtntxl .
{t .
; 'LO A a14Oa oa1yy14f .e .'
f senate. step sideways as It intending to .. ., vw l e,". .-Mf" ........_
'. out of the way. As he did so be
;
:. Secretary Taft of the war department ed forward slightly There wa' i i ''''1.0....a.. riATTic-... ,oa.. -aasas.......11.. .
claim .. ..._ ,.
} who made Tom Uwd's t that "a> gentleman weigh more than was heard td draw a deep brrath.! i'II '-. ID A waft V.CHf
__ __
I > 200 pounds" fit hU own caw by clung. on.-{' more he was prostrate. I n-'N.4 ....
1. tog It to I'f'ild.0 gentleman weigh Getting up a little more carefully
3 more tluu 3C)> p mO'IIlu"hE'll bit slowly: than the tiNt time the $i. EACH
} .. o !. lir.,.. ..,.....
tog bulk Mys the New York World' m4Q held back a moment Ilia r.I
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.. Washington curreepemdent. through ttf'I I!! was wry red and there was fire In ; : .... *-.> .Y.-. 'IaN 11.
",._. cabinet rwvn d\kIC at the not cabinet I' t't'<<. Apparently he was !
meeting after the election jnet as the for a serious effort This time lJI \ P'JeL.Mrllc. :0
II ,... .... .. ..
:. pre kent said, "I ff'1100 about dkl not watt for him but a;>(>, ? U I A

'. the result I'd like! to wheel somebody wtth short quick stri*. Body met ,.. ,
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t around la a wbit- rrow. but the struggle lastnl only a
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'. "Wetl" said 1'ostraaster General i kecoodx The tall form of the !

{\. Wynne. *there' Taft".t j!i man was teen to whirl through
..:, t i air and land "1T1;, on the rues,
I I COUCH
New England! senator recently re- :I downward. On top of him wa Hi
rind a prattler request says the !! little wre!'tier, hold'.ng on In sose : ; : THE LUNGS
.I Wanlikntoa I\ML It came In a letter i:i oils wrt of way that prevent the -.
saying that the writer his p>Fse.ion ., und.TB.atb from tlt'rotl. i Dr
of an ancient Ipac >pI I'r.t't Gut: was plain that the Utter exerted ) : ; King'sr
"1 that once belonged to the M'nitor'S utmost tmirta to free llr.300tlt i

k{ toother. He condition of the voiurse nally Ilitashi'prang aside and : r Discovery
was carefully deftcrtt"l, tndod: ; a tan.bil"to his feet purple with
statement that one cover 1t during j TU Cnlah that fellow yet" te ; <,\ ftitt
t The senator was taU he could have !. "1 doa't want any aloe of U"'UI'. .(kit' .GO
the vcCum If be caret to j*** s It said the Jtp. turning to the etief F,. T+lai.
but la return h1tIT"j poadect asked tp< t
and QaKkrat Car tot all
t. that he rtsit the agrkolnml expert- earnest with tia. Til probably loAd LUNG TROUB
<. Beat staQoB and secure for him a trio *ce b xe -acd I don't Use to." MONEY BACK.THE. .

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PHESIDENT'S s IS iI! Ar. Cina'iinaii. Ohio,. "._ .._................_._..Q AU LT.
POLICE GUARD. :: ::: :

ti- la bland the marine to called the "bod, man" because be fijbts as well I SOLthlidI"uUmu Diawiaj Boom and Bufftt> t'lftpiq Can between Jacksonville and "

JI J. : 'tvbah u b* dot afloat aDd much oftener on land than be don at sea. Tb.tram. Greater rr a.tia. Tba Ever '.. St. Look, daily.

Ii- taro apptie* .to Untie Sam's'marine, who lure dOM rood service la ProtHC x... R...evl(!. labll'

Qi Nest jean. .to Cab, China and the Philippine On shipboard they art the The detail of police at the White s.. 13 1UI:_.JarktaaviUc sad the North sad "Me. Nail] )

;( polkt officers.of the ship aDd do their share of flgbtlus. too. when aa enemy House has been increased and -f- ...
i:... new _..._ 113 P Jacksonville NX 1(7.--......Ar. TSTaCu ....:
IN. precautions are being taken to protect .......: 300 a At.Stacue, Su.! Ky_......_................_.LY. 313 ....
T f __-- 53u a Ar. Atlanta So. Ky.......... ._ _..__....LT. :so {;...._ ri
President Roooevelt as be starts out ..__.. 'U a Ar. (Chattanooga lo. icy...__.._._.._...._......LT. 13 p'- ..._
U.. 8. ARMY DESERTIONS. grave, but a bidden trench suddenly on his regular afternoon drive says a ---I_M 1'" : Ar "..'....L Q.... .tc.-.L.. b30a_.,.__

gave up a party of Japanese, and away Washington special dispatch to theICew _..m II LT tintlnnsti BiZ Poor Route.._...._......._..LT..LT.. 110...__
... ... .r a ......_ Ar CI."IU. Rig Four Kot te. ,, !
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a : airy Oil.. & they went after the pig. York Work A bicycle policemanhas I7 a < _.::::. ==:: ..sue=

...... ,... .... The Cossacks stopped and the Japanese been added to the regular squad. .___ 835 j Lv.Antiunati. Pena ..___...._._.......Ar. IW a ....._
.____ 110 Ar. fbimiro Peon. Litttw..____..._...__..... slQ1---'
i decal Noel Gainers, Inspector gnu headed the pig diagonally back U. does nothing but ride up and down __ :
ai toward the Russian Urn .___2 I' U'p Lv. OudDDUi, IX II. & D.-MouunaH. _______.....L".I.! Tit) ____
did ,
3 r of Kentucky and lately first Utotea- They the block to front of the White [[once. ._
121 a ..Ar. Cbieaco. .A...O.MoDonLT. ....-..... .!a
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not catch It. but fresh =,
: tnt United States cavalry Vrltlm a relay of Russia lie 1s there ostensibly to keep traffic ::i: 9 OS P Ciuciniuiti.A C. H. .t U-Ukb. ""L..M- TOO a........

about the increase in desertions nn took up the chase and the pig moving and prevent the gathering of .___... 52f a r.Toledo. CLAD.-Mirh. a
rapid veered over again to the Japanese. crowds which might Interfere with the === 1 to a Ar. Detroit.LT. ._._, Out. .... .Lt'. lo oo j .=

from the United States army accounts Not a shot was fired all this time president's departure. He ride slowly ._ .__ 11311 p .lorinnati, Pron. Unei.-.Ar. f 8 311 a......_ ,

for tbem u follows In the Army aDd and the Japanese and Cossack stood and keeps a close watch on passing -._._...' 3 M a Ar Ptttrtarg. IVnn. Uu....._...._............ YMr .-lIS rtI.......

within a hundred paces of each other and carriages.The .......' 910 Lvtineinnati. fig Four.Ar. 650--t-...__
Nary Register Washington pedestrians ........_... .._...__. .
ia the open laughing at each other' leaves the ..__.. 1\ a3 a Ar.Clcvuland. Rig Four .Lv a S p-----:
president always
'- 'Notwithstanding a great majority of noosnccesa and hurling mutual maledictions .-._._ 33o Lesinaton 30 R7..... .J............1i. 1041 .:......, '
: .F toe army most emphatically differ with White House for his outing in the ..__.,.1\101' Louisville. so. Ry.--.__..___.__...--.Lv. 1 a a'....._
} : me on the canteen question and that after the pig country between 4:30 and 4:43He ,......' 735 A r.SL Loaii. M.. liT..__..___,....._..... ... ,L... 10 10 p'......-
c. ..
The last wt saw of It the pig was to = --=-=: ==- =- ---
rides, usually In an open carriage
'' moat of them feel such attacks as re- : \n..l3andll-'TbeFlorida Umit i." Daily Solid Veitiboie Tra la. Through PyDaachr
keeping strictly to the neutral strip between
either mounts
where be
i! '. Ct&tly made by me are not based on the suburbs, *and Pullman Sleeping fan Belwetn Jacksonville aDd llnrinoati.Xo \
the two forces and beading westward his which Is waiting for him. orbegins .___ -. ._ _- -
> anything which contribute to the discipline bone =- -= -: --=- ':" =n.I -;, =-=-=== :: = :=
In the direction of the Llao river.A .
', morality or contentment: of the hU walk. 5 No. 13 I Rel wee. Jaekeo..Ill.aad ICitMaa Clly. No. 11 VUs ..
As soon as the carriage enters the -
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soldier body yet such supreme confidence G*"4 Wield I*r Tr4. the White House and .n. .i 245D Jacksonville Fla, So Ry__............._.....Ar. '.. .
r and belief bare lID the real and Information grounds sergeant _.. 521la Ar. Atlanta, flu, N.R7---.I... lI& p ....,
only plan to uplift a people, which cant comes from George IL two of hb( men take up their portion ...... II 4* aj Ar. Birmingham. Ala, Sn.By.-_.._................LT. 31$ ..... ,i
A religious Cornelius the American consul at St.JOhO'I at the west gate, through which the ._.... 4 tai PI Ar. Mempbk Tenn. FrUtti...__..__....._.....LT.l.v.. SIS "I ..._
g x. attained only through and N. l\ that there U room In that president leaves under the new rule. ._......I1II'1 a. Ar >snaaic)afro y.1.., Frill'O........ ...........,.. .. A 30 4 ...__
moral of the Indlrldualaconstitutlfig -
regeneration region for the sale of Urge quantitiesof .
y that people and wells They are Joined by the bicycle policeman K.M. 13 and 14-Tbc Horiiia! Umitrd." Daily.
: .
American machinery for lumbering stationed In front of the White
knowing that all of the force behind BXrXLLEST: DINING CAM KEItVICE.J. .
and pulp making, says Leslie's Week and all at the gate
House they stay
that truth are Irresistible and constantly C.LF8K.: Dlvtrtct rMMtager Agent.CON Wise lUr fctrwt,J rkta.f Ml.,Ft*,
the
ly. Harmaworth London
great until the president drives out Two
at work that I moved to
am
C.H.ACKEKT.O.X. w.H.TATLoxa.p.A.
publisher, has secured a large forest policemen, two secret service men and
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beg of all concerned not to believe they area and ia now arranging for the I. H. HAKOWICK p,T. M. BROOK MO OAN.A. U. I*.A. '
: establishment the two bicycle policemen who always 1
e
; la their own strength can solve the .
of a pulp and making ----- - -
paper follow close behind the president whenhe
present problem wherein the discipline.morality ,
plant to cost I2/-00.000. The United drives out are on guard at the front 60 Yf AR6* ,
< sol
and contentment of the
'; *
States practically controls the tradeIn door of the White House when Mr. EXPERIENCE
, Bier body are threatened. agricultural machinery, but now bis THEGREAT
Roosevelt enters carriage.
i x: That the "discipline morality and \
when American
contentment of the soldier body" Is capitalists are Interesting No reason U assigned for the new
themselves largely In the Indus- The Intimate that $
police
: : bad 1 agree. That the number of desertions precautions. FAMILY
i t '\ tries of Newfoundland. American manufacturers the order came from the White House, i
."f" < from our flag U growing at an should strive for the 7Tntdford's
generalenlargement
and at the White House It in said that
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_ alarming rate I agree. I do. however, .MEDICINE
-t- of their trade there.
the responsibility Is with the police.
TUDE MAMa
;'' differ with ieueral Chaffee, Oneral
)_; "h.J The only effect of the guard at the M OcalolttCoevrltlanrs
: .::.:t Burton and all others who claim that HI. PI...... .....It. gate ia to draw a crowd which never Ac.Aarma .

.r it, Jack-Colonel Blank is the finest after sending a iktfrh and dMtrlMlrai nar ,._
platyIng assembled there'before. aa It was not Black! -Draugbt comes eptDkHl trM .!>. u
' ;ti. dinner I heard. Tom in..nikw rrproeaplj (ab'' ruttiBaitr-
speaker ever would leave the t t "
.' known when the president nearer regulating entire system 8L Ilaadlnotoorai.ta.
L S; 'wherein sokller boys acting as saloonkeepers Indeed! I wasn't aware that be had or by which gate. Now the appearanceof and keeping the body in health than Mot tWasetnctlremW.n lra. O M'M tneer for Mevruu' MlMU.Uln
" "'; banding over the counter Intoxlcatlng ability in that direction at allJackWell other medicine made. It ii Pet,nu Uranfh Maon CuTnKwirtSckHtific
any ..
is any
wrlarl.is iU
Ii the Begeant" and three policemen a IJi< 1:.. liquors to the men (even be has. all right I bare signal that the president U coming. always ready in any emergency to

:;t supervised by officers who themselves dined with him several times aad after and a crowd quickly gathers to walt treat tilut&ts that art frequent in I JUnerkaH.cmlim .

rte f drink). is a cure for those unhappy and dinner he Invariably picks up the any family, such as indifrstion, A.aa4lOlatl,IlJurnle4 w..I'y.1ra.sed *-
: for him. bifiounifw. colds, diarrbota, aadstomsdi Clf all,*ri nua, kivreaL T.,.,.. M a
.rll causes. checks and says "That's all right my make the fMrifnarKonUa.lt. 0ri4k-\| ...Mtoai r .
The arrangement protection
,: There are other causes the decline for the In discipline Increased boy; Ml pay the bUl.CblC'SgQewi.. new of the president about all complete Tbedford's acces.Black-Draogbt !i. the MUMN 1 CO."'*""' ,.Hew 11ieoas ,

desertions, for stases 6 a A r SC Wa Ulctga. DL C.
ss It would be without constantly standard ne.er-failing remedy i
and low atandard of morality UrnUUjr TorturrU.A .
,
stomach bowel liver and kidney
surrounding biro with a troop of cave ,
._ x>f the men. The truth U the Inabilityof cane earn to light that for pt-roMent alry. When be leaves his carriage to tmullfs. I tit a cure for the domestic
the soldiers to easily obtain liquor U ant unmerciful tortnre hxiptrhypa never ills which so frequently! lummon
not the cause for the Increased' desertions been equaled. Joe hick, of (.oloos. #> riding, a mounted orderly who 1s the doctor. J t it AI good for chi s.lrtn
"For 15; I eivlurtilin.nfferal'lf the crack shot of the army la cto e behind it ii for A doM of
and poor dla4"fpltnaoJ ill contentment C.al. writes: years U grown persons. ]
of the men but Cither the pain from rht-nmAtllttn an.l him all the time. It he walks, a this medicine every day will loon (

low standard of morals of men and officers nothing relieved! me though I tri-l everything secret If'rTII" man U at his heeli. cure the most oUtir.aie caw of dl1-

>.'. Intoxicating known. I tame acn- Klertric pep*u or constipation, and when
growing out of drinking Hitters and it's the created medieine on Cough and Coldi, Utensj directed brings quick relief. d
It horrid be borne ia mind that
llQuora in any form whereby earth for that' tnlflble-! A few bottle of :
AH coughcnid* and pulmonary cunvplaints lUL.Iaa.l a. cold weakens the longs Iowr.
of honor and errry -
their morality sense patriotism it completely relieved and cured me Tkdfor4'i aI..v.ntf tit hw b...Mfor f
that rurahle I l'tlr..d'v the and the
gradually destroyed con. Just good for liver and kuluey tro : are as l One Minute tYmrh Cure Clears the .. ..... "'MIl.., of u fwl k4:t ee I system for the more serious disawn I
., pled with the tyrannical trwtment of and general debility. Only oiV Satifuctiun -- phlegm! ; draws out 1I.1i.1t1latitJn and (heal tall a 4"M M tod at* alt r!.tit la ,** *. among which arc the two
.
"t K.\l CTOMI 1'liar- ).arcs W*a. .IIpn l lots cBMXMf foraoetor
!1 of whom areamericans guaranteed by
the enlisted trri ( i and entities the stl..ctl.\l'arttJ.| trench-- kill bet .' aion< }." ai wed greatest destroyers of human LJt,
and will not tolerate tyranny i miry. ens the tun.."! 111 ar.U pneumonia.. will at.el.ha..kt. IU H. nLDtM.Aak pneumonia and couumptica.

) by almost the whole of the younger The Ahernuth.Twmt Harm-! and pW"ait to take.rid! hy IOU dtalar for a p.rkags *' I I

officers of the army find a great many t ivwl CrliS-'lI'harmwr. Titn.-ulle: KauGal- Tb ford'l BUck-Draagbt and U bl Chamberlain'sCough
older are nil t'IIl1.-.H. I the reek after ChrUtm&i.And (lie riiirm.-icy Ian (iaU t'; Cha. P. Catnf- doe not keep it caJ&c.to The Ct '-UWIIITEJ'S -
of the ones toattfrf-4 about
.
sap K.dtcta.CoChattasrap TYtIa.M4 31
testify to this from personal observation. Were batlerM tin oU'.rr*. boII.1t.lboHlrn a package will be ma.IW e. roc Remedy

These officer have made a gulfbetween An army In rout. 1. I
Three wh..el.i Incmoth'f'S..
ant thtmt"IJ they ("Ow'msnd The Only RcmcJyTh .
them
A hip thurt one drck. won iU great popularity by its
that H akin t:> that between foppish Alt l..o klcc a. though .' cures of thift moot common

royalty and the poor peasantry in Tb.y had been thruuch t" *reeL 1 I/I auli ieat. U aid upectoratk/o, re.

a despotic monarchy. A doUr .u armteu.It. lirvc the lungs and opeoa the
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care It counteracts
permanent
new the! w *onW
TWO ARMIES AFTER A PIG. .. UJ-lrrU" Quite; any tendency toward PDfumoc a.

-- i ior. i The ark . .. War P.rg.aea .... <'..- i I In sr*f ... Its
"'*r Fr..* Meat '......... I I Too M'f'r hJ %"esae"' L ,J
Tb.y 110) !late, .rre 1k'W I a.a---w_--- .
of fresh meat 11
Owing to the Bcsrvitv !I

In Manchuria an amusing contest between I The tow Arum ma* nota.lua. ia

the soldier of the Uu- Un and f lU hJ ..* cmvJ In,
Th tin born .-a* tootlna.Th .
,Japanese armies! which rw-ently took top ....111""'. seta.

place near Mukden U thus describedby Tb dish. vrrt trokrix.Th ram who rye rou..l wttb a Jac M Cream Vermifuge

a ManchurUn war correspondent: picture bade turn. That trip tu tt.iiw
forward TM .tn"J drum rr*" .. t
There was a row toward tLe .a a.i ui ic tL..ettt wag 11 .
"U MJ &nJ furtorn. w
Arid hit a rat
line of trenches that might hate pre lit EU1R1IUEO
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Japanese attsU. and we ruab I -rwu the week ann C2artstmuTAlrgs -- -- ---
a
sated .
t. er..lr.li.t.

,,1 to a knoll that cotnniandrtl a view.Tbtre. That Santa lay h4 everywhere picked e. WORMRaw.a.EDY low.. or w .a, yp ...nd.t
i po.ttt'
deserted Chine .\ 4ly'! th" 'ti' withnrtl a ".r t ,
from a wmla-rlv With each troctl and >Vi itch Half'i "' 'a\! .. N j) rrme.ivont p Ltar.
** but nuhod a halt grown p:;. a i TIM old fellow Iaoktd.I ( wl. tt rrC pe M ,
rplf It .in' '
ffc'nrh .rtv
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rarorbaok va But h* |eat ccvUa't: waflcII Y t p r ttrdwn
hot of the Manchurian I ..\0\1..... :. .n.II traie all l .
MlJ tAIa h1nMit. ; ,11'! '''''''t.. /yJf: o lb $ .dI.
riety. I, tt realty wtuth wM1.? i" t-. tl1rnan..! brni
After it went a Oonnack In hot pursuit p-''-. an" km tiiraw IleWttt't 1* the 5TILE m< r

Other Cc jiacki Jj infJ the cfcae. Wnklag rltkt aid Dal. on'\ r-i-rtiur Witch Bud ?*!**. ief CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC Jfeg

but the pig! tliivadin the trench Th.. M..i..1 a",1 mhhti..et hltk third Cs' .. < .unt..rff'itJi.' t},.." are dattte rcrl''. a..a .. 'r.et,0.' "

gained the open ground Anti beadM for that tier wu tn.,1.Pr.. Kin'. S..a i .,l1 f..t t.',...... 1't.ar rtscy. TItunil'e.! T..I ...."... ..t.uts Colt If / *!MHOCUSTtRS

4.)) yards F., iii :I. Flier )'3cr. Far: Ualfie; <'bu.It. Liniment Co.
the Japanese line. lets than Lfr Ivy Ttat ,.n. rt.anc'Into -- .rsk..r + Ballard'SnoH ;:
C""I.l.I,: )J.lPwoQrM,.
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L ) tn-"ith.. Iilr-n- into .rrr y. i or. LOUIS, MO away.Cevkltws of death or anvthis **. : Main fig Ino n.rr. peter Tht f'rt" I -. -.- -- Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets

six Cossack* da bej ia pursuit. with ; ..}n.lerr..i i t. "Klii.t .."p the h..thOnh j I Just Oae Hitch. P.F.f 'T.F'IIvRM \< Y ;1 aiffyt.Cu.UbuyP..,:.
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:,-_ their long brown outs tucked about :0' Jr My a tor Ro-oJ Cry ;I "He boujht oak when It was veryI Bns
;;' their ...!lta. net the pi* had the lec : Jow- I: A .tsC'k f A Coaa i.s 1.1I..cx.c. IJ'S
Phattn.vaa'r I II and Cyy1 Trnu.Ms. l1a.pl.e t -+etne, Is r.puseae4.
be nude fortune then?
f of theta and wits nr pJervlcs Lrl<** srrfwwe a .:k uk A,1 k Itl > a.. 2r< 1&. fl1 Erna 8oda. H.M.. ,f
;, beaded across the imaginary dlvi-lie; k2e 1"im !::;\ttR : "He world have but for one thin.:' Brilbrsp.. r. r.. II I M4 &d.-h.. It't..rtl K..as.L Ter ia tab.
3.intla -WUt was that!" >s L-4 .epei1 a- iK f-jrm. r."Pt..a a bit n-.IIIO.s. 15
Sat and charged the Japanese pu:tio1.t. act"-- cti; ... Baxima D*.. Ow4T Y.3..a. t;'..
J "It went lower. I
bad beta t* sit Iaf
.\. The oppoItteDI slope I GOLDEN H'.CCETJ I F0. UUIOW PEOPLE
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: $, .;,;:t;!.w.,1'7'1H 6't,. !Jt r Volosia{couizyboaetlpocd at ta the building to be erected at Baltimore ta It
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,"', 's' n,3tu at tie podo&e at TitnarNa I T tt-U noon says that ,"Dade cooniy Ujoflding which no wood silt be used sql the Recommends
r ; .:: 1! taoeadtlaas mail -thr. the United States Treasury
f: Baltimore New It will be'tlx static
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'Wm. -. "" ":>< 3c -- -- a rock road from Miami northward
( 4V'; .. ...-. &dJwna4 hws.uw. and will hart a frontage of (ortj-ooe Pe-ru-na.
"",, and it only remains for Brerard toof
?'i' flTBLI8HH EVa nIDi HOB' ILYO.K. I in'the pp through ber territory to feet eU tnhea. with a depth of seventy I ; !
Other Ue
Prominent
c. feet. Tte entire structure Is to be of Physicians
;"',$ PCX AntrJI complete the entire distance along the
;;* 'rrsC1nrr1trx.slt.ao ; ,
'';, 1* CKVW true MX ..Onul..w rv aforced concrete and tteeL Even and Endorse Pe-ru'na.Dew :;
th ; ... -- east coast, and this may be expected in the doors trims and door Jambs are to aj

d ; ; ,n 't Bast be eleriy vndentood that seidxer the not distant future" j
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for very be of metal The windows are also to LLEWKLLYX Jordan, ) edl,
; Tn 8TAX Bor itt editor !i rapesaibl* :
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>. ;;,,:.; .p-ataa exp r by corrapondau. This correspondent is not well posted be of metal Ind' will be glared with Examiner the U. S.Treajmry ;

:"',, '. as to Brevard county. Brerard has more wlretfas*. Vpaitmcnt[ graduate ef CblambU College t i

H'.0 :",. The epecul hooM committee reported completed miles of good road along the The building is to be for store and ,and who served three years at West _w !
Pui nt,has the follow tns tosayct IV run ft: !
- twelve articles of impeachment against coast than Volnsia, and only at intervals warehouse purposes and In order to 2r

Federal Jodge Chw. b. Swajw, of the make It aa fireproof as possible even "Allow me to express my Irati.:
here and there is there break io
a a con -
tude lo for the benefit tfcrft J
the frames for tbe sbow windows will you c
northern district of Florid The minori ,
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Unooos good road for a distance of over be of steel into which the plate glass from your wonderful remedy ito

ty report, signed by three members of one hundred and twenty'five mil&. will be fitted. Tbe floor of the show One short month has Drought : ,

) .. the committee,dissented to all article ol window will be of with \ ; i
Brevard is net blowing very hard about concrete a forth a vast change and I now ""

} the impeachment except that of falsify what she is doing in the matter of good glued tile floor Tbe side walls, coVnmna consider myself a well min alter <' ;>

his afcounLIn and rear walls, as well as the months of Fellow suAfsrers 1t ,
tag expense suffering.
ahead and doing
road> he is simply going supporting columns of the front wall, Pcruna will t ,

lx the good work When Volusia completes will be of tills material The floors curcj-ou. "
bis to the MaseacLos 1
eeage A. constantly incftuilnz number of "
her good roads to the borders of will tjll have a top di *sog of cementone \ l
: legislature GOT, William L Dooglas de- and a half incises thick. The stairs physician prwrtlw IVruna in their f i

dared against the prevent tariff !lau, St. Johns county on the north, and to will be of concrete, with slate treads practice. It hu proven It* merits so ,

1 BrevaM on the south, and Dade reachesup and wrought Iron balustrades. Tbe thoroughly! that even the doctor have .
urging immediate relief and Mating that > tt'st' "1
to Brevard's south line, we won't befar elevator shaft will be of concrete, as overcome thelr.prJudice aatnt .o called 4 f
the preeent high pncrt of leather are
medicines and recommend U
behind with our little continuous road will also the Incloaure around the stair patent 1, I
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Mawachtuetu' to their I
weighing heavily upon patient I
way and elevator ball The cellar and
ti= greatest industry He rrtomroentled the of about one hundred and twenty-five roof are to be of cement Peruna occupies % unique position in ,, lYr t { :

's. it"- r.ieJioii science.! It it the internalaytemic
m only I Ii
In order to eliminate aUTOOtl tbe
remotal of the! duty on hitta u nssary :t
two_n fiantaffs on_.. ton of_ the____ structure catarrh rented known to the }
s. to relieve presentco dtbonLr statistics show that I last ir.otllcal
Treasury yearit will be of stvel. One of the 'resting Profession to-day. Catarrh, aj ;

:' cost $JK5 56 to collect |2.50 of customs features of this structure Is that in an everyone will admit, i* the C'au.e t>(one j
An order ha let-n issued from the office hi.f
revenue at York, Me.; $374 to collect ordinary building of this height the thodiMra which studs mankind.! iI 1
x of the Florida: Railroad commission wags are about twenty-one inches Catarrh and catarrhal diseases afiiictone I 1i
55 Nantucket Mass. and
f 8 at t2,707.SSto : half
r'z = the commission in thick but the of the re-enforved of the people of 1'nilod State.
niwtinjjof by aye
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collect $2".i'J at Cril.'fiet.J, Md. Whyare ---.t. .4SS- ..... .-.. I
the city of Tallaha.! **; on the 23rd ini-t. concrete six Inth't.m give sutadentstren + Uolx-rt 1.. Roberts, M. D. Wash- i
hou
not there obsolete custom t-H tlu This will give forty tNt
,: to consider the ailvicability of amending ingtou, l>. .iwrite*;
x abolished? In all probability the basic clear breadth on the Inside of the t "Through Dr. LltNeltyn Jordan,
J certain rules and regulations of the railroad my owa experience
that office for Republican bulKliB*. t Mt well jrs that o/ ot
reason is they provide many my i Medical Caamlner United States .
commission. Several amendments The building will be of the original a Meads and tcqutlntttn.et whoa !
politician and the Republican Trerury
x-' of importance will he eng;vtt* arty has never been noted for reducingits an Indiana limestone base which will :arch by the use ot tfartman's :
cussed the adoption of which would, .
: patronage. The pay of these u-ewi extend to tie first story. There will t Peruns I can confidently return. + women, a* ( fliut it In"'H rrgiiUr sail 1

no doubt, prove of great benefit to the officials comes out of the public treasury be stone bands! at the interaction of mend It to those suffering from such 113 III Ii.... icnstrnattu'',rurw ..............
disorders and
hue
of Florida. each and the trimmings will te ; no hesitation in : and ....11... tW
story trowtU
shippers / ".. anti "> arian up
and the incumbents are political workers. prescribing It to patltnit.Kobcrt 1
my
; of Indiana Itm tont'. The side pilasters [\ R. Roberts. f entire }*tm.. I alo ...,!..nlrr It OIII 411 1j I

The election of last November wag in The Republican machine dnesn't cure will of gray brick with brown brick .'.iNS ... .......... ... .. . .. the fin .t raurrh rvuiwlkM mow fILth j !

the nature of a primary, in eo far as the what an office costs the people! so long as worked geometrical patterns. In tie f'r. K. U<,tMfH, Miir .":r!', I. T., _-aL ('. ,,", M. It. ?, i I Ii Ii

it makes vote for the party. center will be a long metal bay of a rue; Catarrh U a .j trail*' dtaesaseavskln II I
and vice
offkes of president president are
structural steel covered with heavy "IVnina: b the tlf'lt !medicine know only t>jr .j'.ttaUt t r*>at Wet. A rs.s4

: concerned. The actual' election of these COUNTRY HOME. roppt'r.t each four level will toe of fur (NtUfJiii and to Mrcngthrnstowa ascot tint cun- catarrh mu"t ala 41111 u i

/ ': officiala occurred Monday, the 9th, when heavy wrought Iron grills, while the -h and t<) pt\'* appetite.prrwnMng Itealdes ,111., Jcprt-iwt prove CMitem. ...... Itwlut :i

the prvfeiJentia! electors fa>t their ballots E. 1*. Powell, author of "The Country window frame on the front will t>e of it fur ,"Allnh.1 hU"H.rdt.'r"tit .IVrun du... ::1 ;

1:., for Roosevelt and Fairbanks and Parker Home" ( lccurt.J; 'll1l1il'to), w a* jK-cial-- copper. The front will I* treated in a for cock ant dtbilitatu! l.>t.'Ir, and lutiitt iUtvlj tnriar.i..* Ifc. i

I ly inspired to the writing of this book by Verde antique finish. The cvrnlce will bate not had a patient hut salt it 11'l'ot'\l; lnt'n.-<
and Itevis. But no one takes any interestin his dceire to spread us far a* {xitle his have a projection of six feed vrhUh him. It U an irt-llrnt tn..h'ln.alltl it ivernt.raues. Tbrm rstsnb dZM.

the electoral college, except possibly enthusiasm on the joys of country liurg. will give the structure an Imposing nppearauce. flu w> many 3.fit.. .Ilrlit'ar.. Than nUrrfc U p.ria.'>..>:yI ; i I

those a ho get aid diem and mileage out The bMk, he hopes, will counteract w hat This cornice will l>e of ornamental "I have a large practioand have a ,'ur.,,!. !
iron, with ornauientsIn
of it. In eo far u iU real uetfulness is he considers the evil tendency towards wrought chance to i>ieMTiUjcir IVruiu. I imNym I f you do DOt dense pitMBpt sari#....-
the noflSts 1'I\t' may live tong to d. p..l M the tick factory rpxultt ff.w the .. of teethes
concerned, it. might be abolished today congestion in population in the cities and and i' <
the mfierinp. rite at pare to l.r.lhrl'haD. gtvift'' !
without the country suffering the It.1l.io' in give proper direction to the emigration TAX STATEMENT. IT. M. ('. Gee, w: Itt.i from an J.JJHH full UN-IIM ntof y,.111 e__, *ad be WI l

convenience. cuontryward. He believes in countrylife Tat Iltat4'mC'ut for the month of IK.-O tflit ht., San }'ranci..". Ca!.: I Its 1..Ut"tt tu ,.... liar has vliub'9 *i-

especially for brain workers and declares for tall'!! mwM-vMHt and l.vu-
re ; The legislature meets in April nest and that they can live in the country, I l'"'l. as i rwrtu.n 11 Chapter 13. l.iw uf d"rrii i "a r,'s in s..a i'ran i I.i u that I am 1\ .Mn',,* IT. ll. Iniftit Prrblnl t

F7urida. 1'0ll'1n...' u the time approaches interest com have lovely fruitful homes and at the (',, iiH t...l in A nit. vet to i !aittartum. ('uILnda.ae 1
same time improve their literary output. I't".. Ilil' 1'. tr.ll'rlel 1 Eats rr"'iu'nU w\'lInl lU use fur i oine .. .
rnencee in earnest in the contest for president
lie is championing in America ideas eirn- ('4>. rev.. wn fund hu_ f3l1t\ !7 fl4 :.,...1i2 Ask Your Druggist for Fret Peruna Almanac for 1905
of the senate. There are thrrr candidate's h..11 l fund. 3mi27brulat U."IIU:: ,
liar to those that Rider Hazard, author 1:.JJ.d'lIod fund 1<1 7 ti H..i-' :>* '-- -
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= names mentioned for tinsm-
of 'The Ilrt-thern is Fine and rfitar> fund litl: 7111 47lHCMl
tion of honor and resi in England. Mr. Haggard had long -ni-ul. tax \('tim>Iill t. 1, 71 hi l"o'.nt
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Park Trammel! of lakelandnau.r
b.tn carrying on a propaganda fur tiedevelopment .. .. .. ..' ::. 73 Ii:: 3.U.\7 :a

', from Polk county; Ilou Thomas Weft, of rural England and the I. .. .. .. 3 4,. I 102>..." ?I.bra VVJ :in'!1 EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?

y T of Hilton, senator (mm Santa Rosa county emptying of the congested! districts of i'olls (icIi.K.1 fuii.l). ? 'JlI 114'Hli

and lion. Louis G. Ma-. ey,of Orlando, London, Birmingham and other big -- ---
; Tutal. M.OSJ'C f.;l ;niiM7 F"I't'rially; n'janlanl 'rlill rtIr.g, ft 'Iit IUdt
euator from Orange county. There are cities into the countrvMde. A. .\. *'TtWKT. dem-ral Fanning IN>, *;u-, r.u !1,1 L' <
[seal ] (lerk bruit --- ---
; in their localities
x- prominent lawyers respective

and the liNt two nt'ntiont'ar SEMINOLES CELEBRATE. -- FLORIDA EAST COAST HQMESEEKER.PMt .
I'll brave ,
tht..nn.f
Chilik's t !l'a--s,
: ., Tcant men being; but twenty-nine years .\wayod (Ju\\'n in the Fig Cypre.. I'll cross the plains! of fnwn glass,
miles from while I'd leave wife end the PlaCE I Ct.\1'Jo11'U: ANSI M.
Of away any settlement, my cnx It'a.
age. .. Katherthan ix without Korkt Moftn E \ MONTH 1-\ \11'1 r < 'rips FHtF; :
Christmas observe of
was by a gathering .'uI111F."p'
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lain Ta Ask voiir drniti'tJ.L.MOBLEY
;.TIME PEACE PROPOSALS.
FOB
whites and Seminole Indiana \ dinner
E. V. BLACKMAN Editor
lion. Andrew I).White, who ba rep- .&rt given ly "Bill" Brown and hi4 wif', MIAMI FLORIDA.

i rYr *le
nador, snip who! has been our minister to noles and silken white person! Iit rnr-un.r, FLV 'T T.':::-rlr: :;{ _lw-1=" !'asr +If"t r

[ ..,k one beef and JI..ntyof WfHllon and < It It. Kl'HLM: .*>%. ...'.&,11.1.11111111. (ii 'IIIItnl a.
;r Germany, i* of the opinion: that the time ( ,
Contrails
for the ail ksr.U .f I'au.tin, Kal- '
Chri'tma dinner.
turkey Bill
F--'"' > favorable for prop *aUof peacebrtweenlluwia .,u.inrng. Man.,nfc', Fint-l/.iir,;: and IMi.-r'' CHR. KUHLMANN &
explained to the Indian that ttltW3" CO.
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and Jar n. )Ir. Whit.ol.inion Il.1rgil: g. at the IIKM-I ra .nable price ,
% observed for "Saca-toma.ire," Old Mater tvnistent with ;.."xnl l anrnianship.
.Ion this subject is perhaps' worth as much i Commission Merchants
} \\whfrtUiou| the braves fired one I
'M that of any other American for the'I' thousand shuts from their rides in cele Work anj here on the East Coast
'' 'i 22 and late WAI.I.1I50IT M U'.hr.T.Rfference. .
::. WaMi that be has an intimate knmtltodll" ,bratiniC the day.-Fort Mjers Pn s. Shecialiy' "flhnttJ! Let nn know what

I :, rf European affairs and of the condition --- -- \onwnr.t and ret n.v.-' ..rimatf' on it.Pnmi.t t : Wallabout Bank, BROOKLYN, N. Y.
"ltt i.ti"it ;{,<., i, ;.. ;\;, ",,rk. ril'!H l
Itt. : which eilrt in tbt+ tire&l. r't'tidt'lIav. YACHT CLUB ORGANIZED.
1 A trial shipment is respectfully solicited.
I ::ft:., '"in/ been chairman of the American deeCation The Lake Worth Vatht club has met

I to the Hague Peace conference, and irffCtwl its! organization by electitig, BOBBINS -f\tllo .\. Pfaiiku-t!.f n. n. l>|.f",*i.uin'i' >s ", 'I i .-t .,i. f"r -trn.'tk.JAS. .

I #,'.-:'.'w4 what he sacs on theolj-...t of peaceought Copt George Andrews a* cnrainodtire, .:' ..-.J- -L--J.-=-_!::-:!-=7EliFL: 1. --. _

;-;-_. to have more we> ht than .oa>d George, IL \\'aUa.ya$ vice commodore ,4 GRAHAM -- --- -

ft.f5. of !bees .eminent B. A. Maxfirkl a secretary and treamrerH. I
T the opinion a man in dip- t II :puunuriamnnnr"n
unrnrrn"irairiii!
-t%' -, PRITCHARD & SON
M. FU Vr and Fred
Sternlure been I .f
t,;::' U>macy and not s > well a''aifjaatnte l with Irt: I1ratMJ. pad "f' ral.tta! i2.S'it! ': ) .*'
l.It'd",1! honorary W"Ultoerl" of the r'llh.
f an the circam..tance conneit l with the TITUSV1LLE
t Thai i-vt ard. FLA.. t
: armpiint '
.... Invitation were extended H aa i the
I : war itself as be u.He in the Induri IiiTr 1 t untx : 4 :
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? yacht chubs alon.r the east ,t>v-t fi\i'itlake *. on the "t I.nc:.- IJiv r. SOLE AGENTS FOR -i i.
c'; '. ; s.huiL of aster. that tl>e prola)ti ie' i- Worth Awl partirtpaw m thr motor at ire HItr.nJ! on ll.scvtw .. ..''

tton looking towards peace ought to come bat rows in Febnurv. I\1Jl'ift' jnparitiins lay.I'it1'ES : !:
.. Paints 'I '''I anIn p.antytprn" nt trolrlt. SC. '
t from Japan, U-cin* she t.aj b>*n vtdorUMs are !...in. male hv the dot look TO SPIT TilE TIM FX. Boydell j: ..: y', ,1 I-> ,...\ want nlnrUai L:

..-' from the Woninr ot the war, and tug to appropnafe! decorations and at. :. .1 if flUrl, n>.- ...;tin.,.* t:: ran i ',

ran well afford, theref>rr, to take the initiative tending to gther details in' rvnredion Nod f-.r Un 1:5t. ; -: 4i', &D.llt.a.*.

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in the matter. with this important event i I

Mr. White think that Ra...ia would -, TITF-VIILF on. MHMI -
"' ..kIf W*tbrr Rapon.C. i ] F. :
t. I
rooti.kr"orally a rwuv
propositioncoming .'. a..aTIIIYTor: 'U&Icrt.Tt' ir&ATB.n I'r '
EAST COAST
MEAT MARKET .
..,1' from Japan, notwithstanding the! scat.in.Jtrma I ;,'.

fact" that just now the sentiment: at M.Petersburg Ft*,. JM. 10Coapantirc fats. a. F DUKES, Agent, :<> matt. WMmthiftg U..| yes |
that tbear tit' 4ptp fLf. .E av>b t r t. a4v na is man pm!- .Ut(m n {f teap.rataraand .., -
s \Ii an4I you s... Try
1 edited V> the bitter erd, or at !irat anti! rainfall for the week.ndiag Taf'6d'1. : wppkted *
Jan H. lA Q ;.
Russia has gaiced a mb-tantul victory. IR)3 Ivy florid : :

F. So doubt the pmvct time is better for j I
DATa. .AX. NIL IUI: IIftJr.JaA.
=,'c't'f'a propo x!!-brttr for both parties .. t 54 :a : tCt. .ad .._' : I r' !
tW.f U fY.f sze 3 rIVesiere
{ than any time that t* likely to occur in .. 7. 4& 'in Si f f,

thewrfjwrr. If the warcoeaonenulone 1. 61 t M U r i tf r
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or the otter of the contending par. .. a si :ioII rlo. 1' Mixe4 Ready :i: ".+tt.t 11, ear g".rt ..'atwm.ry t; !.

ties tint a van amount of suffering will 77 tv :2 U Gi'all Manufactured from 1'urbitc C -7 tk 'ifbcr M srlruiprt ? """
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hat to be endured and wten the end >t.nar* rainfall turtle* week mien 7] Lead and /inf. One (iallon Corm > ; tf,. right kind >.! studio es .. ;.
i KiE1i.TITt :| tint quality ofg p"I"'r. at r...w.u. 3
tbe will not the from 2.4) to .KH Square Pert .
cued winning party give I4rartzre rutfxli I zve JJL Itt a-iaai tar lof'U.- anti q. WI es+lsrx :

defeated coetMtant halt as meaty conctaioos *- Ltd lecbea of Surface Two Coits. 3t
H. P. HUfw. .
woald be granted ; Stud Colortard and Prim.' iWI+MNyftfAMrYN4N.waw.raaJ
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: :D@J.!, JAtUlEf 13,1905 '
, .- THE ,FLORIDA STAR
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uaLIS VEGETABLE SICILIAN I =ea. THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY; tAre

Hair Rene
now Belling Sewbf Machines ON EASY pA iSINGER ,

{ "' ,1I11Iop .IL9* faItH'of yourhtlr? lit thIi 1'I I ..lfs Iooa
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be without "y.htlf\ Just remember that Hill's Hair Renewer SEWING[ HAGBINES ARE NEVER SOLD 10 DEALERS

;! itopt falling hair, and makes hair .
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grow.PE1 'VrsagrTheboarJ .wK-c, ,,,.. .- _w4.4MBeferFrttitsBetter '
... OaTbirect Representative ie at your lenrice Drop at a card aDd he will nil OQ jroo
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., ''lJrIIIYSCIlBOIRD. The resignation of Mr.,S. s. Jones u Better peaches, apples, pears Profits and Seilsj! MifWaes Sold or Bested.! Terns: $5.00 don ud $10 per ffiostb.

"' supervisor of the sellout at Cocoa waa received berries is are produced when Potash From 10 to 20 per rent discount allowed for old rouht11 makra of machines
\: bberallr applied to tbe soiL To
'' : ...-l--.*., W'II'neeedlap. atBK1 and accepted. insure a fall crop of choicest quality, repaired. XeedJea! twit, ett., for all kinds of machine. .
There being no farther business theboard ate a fenilber
containing cot less
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per CCAC. actualPotash
: jl jlI adjourned. DO NOT USE POOR OIL-For ne OQ wwing machines writing rottlanes llcj .
met Monday afternoon Jan. ,
r Attest J. MARION Dixox drt and for alt
I 2IdOS.preeent J. )t. Dixon chAIrman purpose rraairine a fine lubricant,the beet i.theeheapem1In
;' J. E. Fultt, R., K. Andrews, and R. i R. E. MIJIS,8cy, Chairman.Titnsviife the end. Genuine SING KR OIL can only be obtained at Si&grr tloie

Mime teereury.

Z.. The mibntea of the last meeting were- : Fla., Jan. 3rd. 190J. Seed let oat pricdckl bob'"l Warmjrioo; \JJrSI The Singer Manufacturing Co., '
read And approved. The treasurer' they..
re1 The school board met' and organized wt tdttrtutog wmblotsrj
port for he month of Dec. 1904, was by tpcut lertuum, but *r. .ulbur.tttt.c Cocoa t
; received, teal found corrtct and re the election of B. F. HsrdVwy u.chair trQtIICI. Sutfrtettrthraslsrs.. Florida.

0 UU5( CAU WOTKS .
: deemed warrants duly canet>lled. mm. Present B.F. lardeety,chairman; !iIcw r''s-1111nw St"" - -- -- -- -

The following billa wem read and pawed J. M. Orrell and A.J. Carter, with J. It Atl*.u.G%- Organs. Organs. Organs.
Wrment u per list of itemized ex penditom. \iValkercre ::'.Iiou1k. BIu.1br. ,
tt Eelutired-lade to sound like new. Price }3. Drop n< a ('Inl.hen you bare '
)fr. R. EL Mama, the retiring superintendent
l'laaad61 ....._... work for as to dl). Address J. M. M. BROCK, COCOA, FLORIDA.
adviwd the board that the Fort
ti' To Hon.'A..Stewart,Clerk of Circuit Court Vrce school 4 .n__ ____ <..__ .. '_.__ __
was without a supervisor

< 4332 Sir,-laws Io W eoaoplancetritb Florida we hereby section Ale 3.with chapter you Thin was"referred to J.-M. Orrell memo -- -- ..--- -.- Ei:BRADY .& BRO.
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the following itemized It.atcmu;;af all mon ter from the :3rd district, with in o1roct- C.A.-ronXA. -
to received, appropriation made, and war ion to interview the and elt'tt Lan A.bustipation. 1 : kale 'otrSllpatut -
patrons
ranta Sawed for the month ending JaD.:ud,
IMS. some pne to fill t.be.vacancy.. ;; -fIl. _' GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.

Warrants ftaUUndlcg at lat teportbantyadtool The. superintendent aria instructed to tl "
We hand! produce of all!! kind We are iffnU for )Mape FrrtiltMr We drl
confer '- tieJtuiTtl
( food ..___.111991MBpec. with the patron of the Cncna In the &loon lines of
food and solicit the tracts of all I
Writ
."tax school. district.No 1. 32.(& school as to eeiection of a supervisor of ( and piles are I*ing. They Oraiu and all Orocrrirt. delivered at four aUUon. E. L.mtnamewt BLBRO..,T11TITILU u* for {.rkw.a,rue '
2, 30N40 kill inch inch life
3. JT the school. people by sap away -.. .. ---- ._. ,. .
y' everyday. HollUter'g Kocky Mtoutam -- ----
N 4., MMH 81.71 IUOUS The matter between the teacher and Tea will pueititrly rare you.a care no W. E. GOLDSMITH

Warrants issued at this mwtinjr patrons of Georgiana sellout w as adjusted! pay. 3.) cents, tea or \abkltslt jour ;

: County school fund...__. 2.$4I b y the tonr+l. The board! extended a druggist.Better. or

rc> Spec.tax school dwtriUXo.. So.tt! vote of thanks to the retiring superintendent D01 STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
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For the Irish.
FaruUar
2. 37.W and members of the school board ,
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3, Sir Horace riunkeit of the FRUIT JJTO
department PRODUCE OF ALL IIJfDS.i .
g N a 85.'l7 (for their attendance and of
4, 2.00151 expremions
of agriculture in Ireland U In
will.Letter TITUBVII IJE
gaol i FLA.
Tdal __._.-....._ 't 18 KM 38 Washington to confer with retary'fUtoD ..
Warrant paid in Drc.Couoty .- of Lars Jorgensen to and the scientists of the United --

whoul fund...-. 7s907Spec. the superintendent of school. The salary States, department of agriculture, hlaobject \ R. V. DOUGLASS : :

:1: .Us- .cbuul- diatrict- No 000)1, .73 of suprintendent, on motion was fixed being to Introduce Improt'oofarmIng -- : :
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N N N at $75.00 per month. methods In Ireland, says the
3, .K7YarraBts I!( I 5-& .
ne New York Glair's Washington corre &a-ln: General
-- Cul1o.iof huh were aa \ now ouirtandin.i f 16.0U3 "2 dra 11'Jrt'oontfl'hool spondent.] Sir Horace says conditions : -- ,
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f u n JRF.Hardmty among the Irish are gradually betterIng -
::; County sthool fund.-flS,1I'J37 consisting of ner1thlog1i50&1I1 ""**" 3
: and fanning U engaging more and
4 : Spec. Ux school district So..1. 6123 J.M.1 rrrell, per" diem" and.. mileage.. | 21JO kept in i a ROCKLBDOI, FLA.
!! 2136.54 .. .. u oo more attention. Emigration to the Art-a1wv.ners1'*"'"'-- :..:= ==.-::;:--..:=; ,
d.1; ; N N N 3, .73 J. \.Carter 40 3 10 United States to the greatest source of ,

:{; w N N 4, 92W16.093S2! Total.______.__.._...- $< -39, :; RS a better system of land cultivation it
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Total crab in hand of tree. 5W.H3 The board A. E. HILL
aarned to meet the tii>t Is hoped to make farming more profitable

f" :- IVfli-lenry of fund*..______. t15S469Uewled Monday in February, at chock p. m. and to check; the exodus. ,

noel'ta... mtyiKbotd fond-:: Attest B. HtRmxrr, SANFORD FLORIDA.
J, It WALKER, St>c.y. Chairman. Co.rlr r.nr..,
J' tub on hand at last report f 1.06Itec'd
A recent Bale of
treasures In London
--- General
from Ux o.l. Us IIII!U 410.19 -- Hardware.
y a Included I'*) collected
"pu111902.. lOU INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE cam by the
N N N N 1\11\3 100 Marquis of Anglesey, says Leslie .
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K. 41 44 N Carries in stock the Everett
isM4 60U pianos (thnetw e Weekly. The Int brought about JS.Oft).
: \ Ikea from RE.11i1U"Supt.. artistic standard), the llan.ard. Lud- One stick Doors, Sash, Blinds, Cement,
was goM mounted and adorned
ale tao UalU"RII,,___. 15000
And
r" ltee'd from K.K Minis,Sui't, Will Bailey piano, and the Farrand with diamonds emeralds ami other ,

axle or tnppliea ._____... 2't 10 and Putnam or an8. The e make are stone A itia!!pow dealer pot it forIN Lime, Brick, Lath, Etc.
Kec'd from ItRMimn, Supt ! A teachers eiaminatiun12.00 or tut IK |.ur .iia!+e>l on the iti!'talmentplan. spec GUNS AMMUNITION
Ktr'd from IL.Iliasa.i Supt-. Imeiw went fur $:;JI) and J170 respoclively. AND FISHING TACKLE
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*.Ie of lyi e writer..__U 23,W) A stick that gloned with dia ,
y Recd fn'su. Us 1t Ito Our patron! Hill tell you that "Ie hat s' m.I1Ii"Inti bore a watch sold for t
1003Special .... _.._______.___ 32 M r79.U saved tiieni money in the purcha e of Sticks with earrjtl heads of anlmali$IZS. Plumbing Gas and Stoam FIttings

tat achool dint No. 1- their insumiK-nt', and "e are randy tod and bird, with writ ,\rt**'an and I)me Well a !'jwi'mliv UimU-r and H.itiijU'! ,
springs that .
Cub on band at la.it report IIM 65 <) the fame by you. made the heals move and with electric Tin !'h..p up !rr roraptleni\\ foreman Hoofing, (,'nk'nra. lirj-ainnjj and J b'urk

fired.Taz'oLwx10o4--. 78 M Write for pioinitly attended
u particulars and prices batteries, found
Y bmpt, 1W103\ ."") lv;, 3S ready buyers.
Piano rented for the touri'i
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!ot'1i'l'n.TltI18'iIIl' Sole Agent South Florida for the Norcross
a E Special lax achotil dist So.t' /!- Fla. .

{ *.b on band at last report fll.UIf f
toc'd. Tax col. Ux mn.-. 1'7k1tla HOSPITAL FOR BEASTS.A Hand Cultivators and Fertilizing Drills.
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Special[ Ux scbiiol dist N"o,3i Every -
;L t aIh i on hand at last report f VM stf hospital and infirmary where the 1;; -

Rc-t-'d 1 from Ux uu{. Ux l'!*>4. :a 10* aching tooth of an elephant or tul>erculosis i SAN MATEO CIGARS
5' ltee'dfromlbmp i ..Ut :W1B3 f 1310Sprcial & I. of the umalKwt monkey may betrenteil
I with the latest surcical and Two Minutes
tax mlil dirt. No. 4Kec'd -
,..- t_ on 1I.n.I.t last rfNrt,:.f : fllJ taedirsl '-'|UJpm 'nt baa rwcutly bee n Have Made a

from U1 rut 11\1f1 4.-, 1683 fhT3. complotiil in the zoological garden in Reputationof

; Towl.--.e--__..-_ -fit-** *' rhlJalt.'II.bla. :. Phi cciant; tell us that all* Their Own.
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The Infirmary which fill*.a long felt
ItemiiM; xpend-t"o. M Loll fund- = want at the garden. h constructed ofij l i the blood l in a healthy: The success: of tha San Mateo Cigar

k Tesd.rrarra N&L r:ra------------------ t I.R73,{* i,!I Lydraulic gray l>rkk. S3 by 73 feet humnn b.>dy j'as5tsthrough is one of the
.9_ __ greatest triumphsof
R. t: tl inl. M 4. fur I lrr:.u. "'H.J with four
large ventilating skylights { the }heart once in two the East Coast
i )1.1tJlttn. I..r 1i" n.-------- ::110R. every since the freeze. ,
S'f S, \n.I"'u ptr Jn-n and i mU..ljre n.ull The interior U Hnwl with hollow terra minutes. I It this action bc-
; '' J. E FulM and mil.-age 23.40 cotta to prevent dampness The buUd.ID& Made from the rl>oic -'t ro.tl.'I <,( U,bao, that the f-ninrola of Florida awl tk, i

OirtMil IC-tkg Nri.. I'ub rill an.SCAt. consists of four large rooms, an 1 comes irregular the whole bland (.(('{Jha can prodna-, awl l ,HItI..1\ \ l with tr.eruh' nikyaf! irro-n on li: ,t
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u znoSiiwi V.gt plantations: the cigar ih.tl)'try <,f the .rM t ha
operating r John Hrnry. typewriting mm. pob.O. ;011 For -.a'e!' by all the ira-imj hotels and turf ton
and .
ward with corridor. Tl.e Interior walla tiy the 1'1\100 N I! i ( '
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t:. Mima, deck aur *ember follows;
'1- R. E. \lim.. txprea% J".tuP. etc... 14J7 ;I are enameled whUe and the cement I poor blood l ; Scott'sj evrrj train rnttnrg Flunda

x r. I.. { iur._>ll haulingpnpil. .. .'.1 month.. Rtt 3.1 II'tE.S..in. !)f[:: floors coated with a thick layer of par- j F.muUion; tnakrs the blood Twenty Sizes, Styles and Grades to select from.

,. 'I affla making it Impervious to i
N N N 1 any One
J. (- tilt-'rt. .. .. 34731JSIlrU. pure. reason why tfanufadort' by S W
.. .". 0o Ya tI"I liquid A law refrigerator h&s beenM ROWLEY, San Mateo Fla.Price.
: U.N.\nJI'1'W8. xt t Installed !In one wctlon of the buildln .

J.T.WattI'l" .. .0 *ll,: Tate Lot water system b ued for hen SCOTT'SEMULSION
W j\ Fdwatda t0 .
t w n. 1.1&1.0". l'1'\4in tl> \.), Jl- 5:J) bag throyghout
Hod.k'o 1\1'18. Ina KP "- a:!$ The iratlnK; room U BO arranged; 1
Eo l. I..t sv IV, Frt and .p rv.l that any animal may readily be placed
'' .betlfnr S.\- 5.. 13 50 ta a position to be put under the la t
E. B. AnwU. rr akelt for .No. S 1t '
J. E. iV Ulfl\'r,j4uit..r.th1., (vi Nu. ci ..1] Cuetsce cf an anaesthetic ant operated ;iS such a great ad: is becauset
Fie.t Stewart l.tel'\.. ..te., So. :1 1 4,t1'| on without the dlfflnilty an.1 danger ,
K.I*. l.A A l'0. ....I'ff'n" %a.2" ._ It !II 'i usually tzl eriantwf In coming In pro i- :; passes so quickiv into

G. W Itr.-.d1.I'Ump. etc. N"x 31., lOSt) Imlty to the wUd l>east.iSO the blood. I It is partly! digested
tiS. Scaoylrr. lQ\e aud Inc. Kip.Ho. :
3tr.---.. ... .... ... U1l1 -- before i it enters the
E.'A. Holt lM- Exp No44... -- I lo.'. This
$5..oq
: J. IX T *t r, atfcnJano*! tearher*' stomach ; a double advantage ,
ociatiun .. ..._ .... __. ,. ..tiit' anyR'r 0: f'r fine "nndred !>>llar Rrw.r>l for .
.II.as K. Wa\dt'IJ, attendance "....h. !i. ,.. tl ntUrrb tbal ouuot t* rnrvd bytW in this.! Lev. work i
... .. M HaII's I iwnb Pure I
a.xiati.tn
era -' -- for the ,
attendance h.d'n' I ., J. ('}fun .t ('I). F'mtK. T.If"do, oj stomach ; cuicker "

Edith.....iat Hanter.t'Q. ..- .. ,. ..... .. "I&rll& ) j: We the 80-UrngDttl parr kbwn F J I har3 .. and more direct l tanetits.
fur th
IL Mims,att"D.hUtd.h.."+' Lit 1.1t"&r
......i&ti D. .. .-----. !l.1" am.lty honorable to all bowarvi tracw>nat To get the greatest amount 1
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and able ,
.. I fioaarully to carry oat any ot ;<'
attendance tttMht.datiols
t3o e.C. M'tota. ... __.._u_. ..__ ..I ) ;. UoM mde by tbeir firw.WhaJrti'e of gooxl with the I least possible

U faet M. liubbia-s ::31 4:I \\1..10&1.\\J:6T Tans ttretgtsGt, Tblai,.. Ohio effort is the desire Oteveryone

gcjiok n .tWJlDrtwt"o.1f'p. cb,. binl.chwl. .?. boob.-. t or.u: I WaLDtN.DraKute.Trxsas: .t Tolfd.x Xun'f.pl.w in poor health. No. 2 FoldingBrownie

tUntl.) ,. .. .. .. a 414 IL,1'aLwrrblbrrawkealateraaIly.,rt- Scott's Emulsion 1 does just
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But .
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13y4attta' .1 till dirKtly oron the w.t lAd artresws.at.Te. -
tlraatlsan.swbool t-------- that. A for
change the
t.nt.b-al at"-nt* of the 1fW'Gl. Fnec,. ism per blt'
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Secoat7 St-- .. IUI6IrtnId otd 10) aU dr.ani Tt.ttmoaFala fns better takes place even before
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to trotJ Malta Faaaly Fails err the rxt.orire .

&' iitalW l'oGD.mtf'31.... .. ?- -; 3S01i : ._- --- YOU expect it. f ;
II Hi Arts U 1 Vf31 :::t 61Duk"
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0. P.: Da.... janifar for>*t._- -- 6;b Notice fa testify gives tW the cede9D v3kr h+e.be .
;: J p ilCbId.t Seo.Ssp, ".r So.l it nnt will apply V. the iff laiare cf t Dc an tlut t5. A camera good enough to satisfy grown I
t- ia. Joataf,taasri"ire $a i ..e.. u sa ut* e f r oniaat lUrrpjUr.*-. ef A I) ,,I It
rhr fw d
Barr u a
:y M.L 1W1 fll'&in for Nu. t1-. .. 145CKn. lx A. l .ttea for No).$.__ s 00 to c Tr that arias uf Uad !yi.f q the I'U& a .i3 the .ray
J4 gam.Tt ; fo).n*. si SUi wJrof Eaaa n.rraa4 Burin rnck U terdnmk 2of
J.I f/ 1 Sd oof 41tt1id1t Fat Ux,Ute of FSonJi. with load Umhs H failrw. Pictures 2s; x 3u inches.
4 41p1_.. ra' ..JuT !.'W'$. B.,.&5M OB tit Bona by t r I 1 1I
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ai tax athatsi dnttwsa Sboskbl..e .f reface mrrT.ik>., "I 11. ScoTr & $ aaIsa I LOADS IN DAYLIGHT WITH FILM CARTRIDGES.
t_ Rea.1.I.1."Juba eat hr the ACuUt caeca,a.tb by &he topis 1,I
:1: Bary. cIe ., .t tkrsaati as U. r 4 fcr tie ""'4 409 Pearl St., ti. Y. FuG? I KfI in
".;: IM.I1 n, t.:) I I actor!eI &a.ua nnr..w M JC'QNe a p.s .W'a EASTMAN KODAK CO.
Kodak .
catalocu* t
1It f1 kr Ti.Lti.. ol.w special act re. tut p.ao
.[ -- -I,I I S. Y,1'usr I tree upon re*ucat. ROChester, N. Y.

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coming taea
"f4 "' ,rJr'jf-< '<' than of tbe children. Person in Four Hasa The H. & W. B. DREW CO.

r.J J t{ YIKED.. IJI'HU &iIL7iI8 Weak Heart. ,

A -. lUll; mm TtCt *..*.. .
.. '. I' On of the surest signs of a weak Jacksonville
;' r:'* : Vegetable silt. made of cotton and ,
t i '.1w. Have .... P.mt1 ta tla."em- heart shortness U breath after exercis
collodion 1* to be manufactured In Tour heart U not able to pump the
rjtit ;: OkUk..* WltkU Put of Florida.The
.ter7'" Distributors for the State
Mexico oa a Urge cale The cost Is blood fast enough to TOUT lungs .

% !;:., ":l:".tt4 ,.. ... Yean Tttmm Im Lay Otk rCr only one-fifth to ooe- fteenth of real Some of the other symptoms of Heart
i
jo-'; 7we Mats C..Ia -F..,. Lasts silk. TrosU are: Pains in the Sida. Back tra.ir' supple) at tnanufai-torvm k)wet prior.

|3 U .f .' ; W..ua ..300AOOPUO-P.tat.ee .. and Shoulder; Painting Weak Spells; RrUit i! ordrnt and dub (utdt revive careful attention"
{. Dry Couch: Swelling of Feet and Ankles; mend f- ratal" .
: / "1 )liar CartlaU P. K. Marti. U U D.VYaverly. 'r "*
rg ..-", .. ,... ... a I.eaellagr ... Cold Feet or Hands.No .

M _._._ .. "
'I. ..ntt"Of --- -- ""f"
'--
Texas a morning OliO can afford to allow a weak -- --- ------ --- --
,if, =#!rs: Apropos of the bin recently iatro-
; when first rising, I often find a iron heart to go without medicine bccaoM
;; 4 << 'dosed la coagre* to make one state bWmi collection of phlegm which |>ru weak heart means poor circulation, and

"#y tat ef Indian Tmitor1.aDJ Oklahoma dotes arough- rind ii very hard to di. poor circulation means weak lucgs. Fence of allStructural kinds.

& ," tbe following Information about condition bid r; but a small quantity of lUUard's stomach liver kidneys, etc.
>
il in the Indian Territory of time- Hordtonnd Syni| will at 'rite di.k.iyr it If. therefore )'suspect heart troupe. .

>!'"""- .,." Ij lateral: and UK tnwMe is nvrr. I knoa t>f no begin taking Dr. Allies' New Heart Curs.
1=3if .t" +rf medicine that is efl-ial' to it and it is so The Heart Cure will do you good, u it is
There 200
are newspapers published pleasant to take. I ran tenet cnidiallrrtfonuneiui a splendid tonic for th* blood and nerve. Iron Work of all kinds
.. f: to the Indian Territory twenty ofJt .
it to all persona Dealing rn > and will retftalisa your entire ystem.
s : .: which are dailies. There are forty-five f iirii.e for throat or lung Iroubtai.: Finally, remember Dr. Miles' New

c .:; .' presidential postoffices, according too Price :lie.. 50t an) $1 00 bottle at Rrti Heart Cure fa sold under a guaranteethat t100000000t100ti0sOct

:
oeipU for that year ending Sept 30. U It doean"t--91 money back.
were $a: ,000 There are G30 fourthf7 WHYTHE MIKADO IS POPULAR. 1 was aSUcted with heart trouble for our Iron and iVIro Fence ('afalo#:ues.
I I| three years. I wouM be apparently all
daaa pottuOcea, which la a greater right and without a moravr.t's warningwomb
? number than is found in one-third of Ja.Meae Wvrshlp) Him ae-... fall as though shot. The attacks
a the Tk.y TkUk; H. U Dttlae.Japan were frequent. and a terrible dread possessed ORNAMENTAL IRON & WIRE CO Inc.
.the states of the Union. Since cen- me. as I.nexer knew win or ,
;w arc of 1903 there hare been 220 poet. Is the land of mystery and sur- where, nor under what conditions I ,
.. Kansas prise for a foreign flatter, and at no would be attacked aid whether I would
'F. ofllce established the
says survive them. 1 consulted and was
w City Journal other time would the feeling of mysteryand treated by some of the mot eminent PORTSMOUTH, VA.

r surprise be greater than when be physicians of the cute. Not Coding: relief ._
j The per cent of the peculation engaged from this source I began taktr.K --
;31 in agriculture la exceeded In witnesses the enthusiastic greeting of Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, and began

I only three states In the_Union-MUsls- the people on seeing the august "drag to which Improve entirely at onefI cured me used aa ten I have butte not HODGES & O'HARA

Oklahoma and Arkanaaa on carriage" of the emperor In the had an attack for five rears."-MBS. ,
atppl, ,
JOlINRF.BACK. I ell'"I,, O.
-S-l- C..AIo KLCrr. FU"
streets of Tokyo Hosmer White-
t -* There are 232 banks in the Indian says
Territory, 100 of them national banks. field In the January Success Magazine. PPEE Write I-ackaw toa of Dr for Mile Free Anti-T-al: DEALERS ISsn UAMTACTUHEKS: OF
F.
All of these have been established He would exclaim In wonder. -Is there Pain Pills, the New Scientific Remedy ,
another monarch on this globe as unlTersally for Pain. Also Symptom Blank. Our YELLOY PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER.
within thelast! fourteen years, and Specialist will diagnose your case tell
within the last two and a half yean honored and beloved by bin you what is wrong and how to right It
there hare been established seventy people as Is the emperor of JapanrThe >LABORATORIES TM. PR MILES ELKIIART.}IEDI<'.U.1ND CO, Fruit and TTOffOtalDlO OlAtO0.

s 4 ire national banks, five times as many patriotism and loyalty of the Japanese E;tlm t<* furnished for ronir-Irta Bills of Lumber to be delivered at soy puiut ea Pat('- .

;, ; u were established In all tbe New are at once Inspired by his face ___ ._. __ __ _. ___ __n_ .
England: states combined. and patriotism and loyalty Is tbe chief .
t e of Japanese strength. The happy An Easy One to Answer
source
In 1900 there were 2,500 miles of railroad John B. Stetson UniversityDE
a Vie' In the Indian Territory. There cry of "Baniair ("Ten thousand "What could l>e worse than marrying

4, are now 4,500 either in operation or yean of life to the emperor!") will follow an heiress aqd bavint to depend on her

under course of construction. There the imperial train like ware after for mOllf'l- LAND, FLA

: ; has been more railroad building In the wave of a roaring ocean. "Having her divorce you without giving Affiliated With The of I
enough to keep from University Chicago
Indian Territory and Oklahoma with- How handsome the emperor appears yon" you

t ia the put tbn e years tbu In any la his great costume! What a tender work. COLLKOK LIBERAL "Tit-The ,taoJ"due th_ of the l' if rnity .f l.......

.g ., a ether two states In the Union com beam In till eyes! What a profoundjoy Stetnu'i fndaatM receive thrirdrsier* (rum bulb hllm and l'hiragu.

bined. There are at this time alx different it 1s to tbe people when be turns Do Mot Sapprr a rough. niLLEGK OF -Cirauatm of Ibis lVlr) .e arc .a.lojitt to pnw-tit* U. I. Sort JN

railroad companies building new to them giving a most cordial military When you have avouch d. not twp- without esaminationCOLLEGE .

salute! Tbe Japanese are universally prt-i it, but remove liie cauThe or TKCHXOUMJVUfUnuCivil E1.'t1ri 1 [OliD"tllIlad W....,
Use in the Indian
a Territory said to be a small People In stature, but iixigh IK oi ly a symptom of wtiueiiiK-axe, Training ruunes beading to degrees' Fine new tuildiDg n tly ryuiptw'al

Fire of the larger town are Muskogee look at the emperor! lie will vindicate Mini the diwa i ill w hat yon should fiiri, COLLEGE or HCNINKxX-IUuklogia an II. brand,. 1\k h.-pine.by Lr.t ........... .
Ardmore South McAlester Chick- Hun the cough will '\"p..r itoHlf. The Elective nunu-s OK>D in oth r IV|&rtai in this lie U slightly
them
.F uha and Durant 1 respect mot common i-auw of cmighin;{ ia cod.;; .'RY.P.RlTlsttl'ACAIPM-4it.it+.* "r..pu.J t.. tuUr Il4rv.nl. VaW, I'/lrtrf.rl
x Tbe available farm land in Indian : less than six feet-five feet and AnoJynrt will rninitly I t-ucprt the Uirutll. M'nbif, ("hicigotntlall lint c'l.. ('ull.ra

Territory U estimated at 15.000,000acre eight Inches to be particular-and he c/Higli and prvtutrHiiiiii* iitiitaiiiiiig NORMAL AM I'ltACTirK M'IIU4H. | l\illd"rIC1ut..u ID it.u"nt.uIWie. J lft*ety

figure taken from the records weighs 225 pounds chloroform, opium, etc., xif IIrr|..rr. i'wWW Nw l

; of the Dawen commission. Of this The emperor Is firmly believed-not Kirpoee.. I'tit they .loii.it rate the -oM. teachers.Mt'SIC.

I there was probably 15: per cent in cuittrattontn merely supposed be the son of God; Chamberlain dtiigh K..,..<-dy on tliv t'Ou"8CIUKLA. of atud flO.OUO.00,. pipe orpn, a d..ua l'iea... H-i" ralc UM4i<.(, Ur. faetborouah .,

since the first emp+ror, Jlmmu, his forefathers < liter band il<>e not tnIj' 'reaa the iiniirli
1903. There about 2000.
are AUT bCIKMtU-Nrw "tu.Ii. ('..,tl, casts, rumlcU tit.
but rt-h.\'t'8 it from throat
came down from the heavens. by r"in 000 acre of pine land where pine Is Mutsuhlto Is the hundred and aunt I InDintixIIIIMUI* liK-li obstruct tsl SU-Uon bu s faculty "f -I"lwfl'AM'r1' Cud In,lrul"un. They bold dtcrr. few the 11..-

found in commercial quantities, and one th..I"/i'hilg l and alUuiig th! irritation vt-rtity. (CLicajKn.'. llaivtrd. V ate. I....tun"' tb. (i.IuiutU, t'oivrnity of |V.....,.**.|.. .,.
there U a great abundance of hardwoods twenty-second sovereign. A single and tickling in the throat It alto Miwr. liurkurll. C"hr.iry nt Mitiiic_ii. lifiiuiMXi alai other rnlfrnitic T..... see Nee
of all kinds.' | thought of tbe emperor In old days: Inspired uprisethe $ UU.fUJ uO ia Ituildinini and 'tui|>in<-i.t:: nrarly a quarter million. tlotUr ro4o.__'. a* <....
I[ little but awe and reverence. It wcrnion and i1h"i tna ly and 1 -rtua- ul library of over 13.UU 'i lu".(a; a hrautiful ibaicl with n.tly furnUbinf. ....*...*,.< ........
( ; The latest autistic obtainable give iirntiy t iiri-8 the mid nrt writ a+ thrntujii. IIUlll" lld..... 7 vii) painting*. a 'IO.o.tlCIIJ |.i i1 the value of farm animal at $55.000.- I i used to be "Shltanl ore! ("Down on I;. }'ear sale liy !UCrotsi! I'li artna'yf ..nel..1 athletic firld, ruuuiuK track tennis vuuitt t.a..II.h.. ) awl (ri4in*. ..

000: other farm products. $35.000.000. ., your knees!")to the worshiping subjectswho sides swimming, coif, rowing and other i| bales of cotton tell prostrate! on tbe bare ground l large laboratories f.r CLrcuislrf. I'hs.ice. lt.rtrriuh.gy, Miorrok..y anl Hwlwcf: .r.....
There were 250,000 I.I Hut bow kauti hlIlftN Good fhlldrenareth4' lane niQM-ums and abo(*; rlntrir light, rla.trio Ulli, utt-ani brat, iriii-iit walls, srIl.II
his Iallilbl. (
: raised in l! 03. which was about a two- !1 as palanquin ( f+1 Tohril kia-1 that road.; broad arcDum ales.iuus tlllIJl.ua. ihruMicry" and trt-m. "<1.1 l hkrary IUIMII*) sad tl..
third crop. It 1* estimated that there near Is the anfrust emperor of the Japan neighbors studrnta* rlul; star Wturr ciMinihrutian; aud out M-. UrUo Ux bus Tin I I....... ..
will on account of increased acreage of today to the beartso, ( his people I your beautiful aDd braltbful, and thr espruac. err low
do not have.Guidebooks. Fur catalog, views folders sad iufumution. a e be 400.000 bale raised in 1004. I ? To them be U the son of God and

There were 33,000.000 bushels of corn more than that be U a Japanese j LI11'OLHI'LIE1': .1..I., I'b.I I II llfUnd, FlaSBABDARD
and through. They worship I.
raised In 1903. Potatoes are becoming I through an sadly lackIng -
him because they think he li divine.
one of the leading crops. Two crops
Initial they
;,- ; I They love him because they know he
each year on the same land is the rule. I do not point out

It U estimated that the farm lands Is human. a ibortut to
----
of Indian Territory are worth J3fnu ).- j
I Bought Ch.unb.rl.ln'. Cough Remedy Easy streetA
000. exclusive of 2, I I and sent It to Frlrndn.

'o i land aDd is the pine oil belt lands.from Uartlesvllle Mr. F. W J. Flrtciirr. a ilru,":i-t in mule may not l
1 There an ;rtorillutralia, MV"A cu.t<>ntfr write, but be can make his mark.A .
i south 100 mile, and It is forty mile
",
of mine, wa* MI pl..a..i! with Clumber-!
I .
t.i 4' I wide. This Geld has not been tested Uin, Cw>>>ti lit'ow-ly, shish sl e hail burr wan is one who bluff EcrL:

1 and may be larger.COLLECTINGCHURCH. Marl for her ('\rlnuiren vthpii unVriii>from hasn't Un call,>d.

bads and croup, thai ilaring f),tllII.t"* Savannah, Columbia. Southern Pines,

S i MONEY time nbUinAi\ at my shop MI... U-ttU-n I
Marriage I* a great andIt
eye opener
hick ?hv st-nt t>) Iii"-r frit-rni u .lIff.-,..,., Richmond Washington Baltimore.
also bill a tendency to -ketlxxlL ,
open hta
'1; I 11U.... lalater'a flu r..rl... f Darts, of the !>lat. trllini tlwm bo* nnicti

- !: ,r ...-sar C.atrfb.tt.a.. Ig..o.i i it had tl'Mie a IK I mlvismif ,I...,., til Philadelphia New York
ft. .' girr It. trial For ..ai.. i It\. ite.l (',.,.,.
The Her. Fred D. Stone, minister of II
I Pharuacy
the Methodist Episcopal church at Oregon Thousands Hare Kidney Troubleand

." IIL ha an original method of collecting II I Amrtlrm .Ltroaewry Don't Know it. SEABOARD EXPRESS. SEABOARD MAIL

: enough money from his congregation I An Oxford university astronomer '

,'{ to r7 all of the expense of who made a journey of exploration last t How To Find Dot

.. 4 the church says the Chicago Tribune, summer through the American observatories Fill a bot'Je or common gus! with your }iuI| .KKN 1'111.1,1'I l \tI''I i
: Just before the beginning of each writes: "Bat already we have water and :elI nand twenty-fsur hours a

. ; ; conference year he has prepared In the seen and heard enough to rt'<"Ogn1ethat sediment cr $elL -
;:.:: tiirj: mciic*i at'I'r .
: printing office a large calendar on the the chief additions to our knowledge ONLY LINE
.IJ t nlu::hl.cc.n6
J-, I card: of which U printed a picture of of astronomy In the near future ( "the .... .
; 1 I ton cf kidif O.'utinl Daily TII""IIII i"'r. it ,''I J. ,11. ,.. to Sr. (>r twu,.
his church tbe boars of the different will be made In the United Plates.- In "\ }!3 J V neys: (t f.iir.t
,
i' i Sunday service and a calendar for the eommecdng, says the New York (lobe.on ,\" .'. yo.r: linen it b
new year. At one aide of the calendar tbe latest astronomic achievements /-a-.J i fi''''./' u evidence cf kid- Per fan information rnd.irrl.; .r r -...."at.ii> > a i >>rt any F+eabegr4 4-t.\. rt

r'- U a block of fifty-two small envelopes. In the United States be mentions especially I r r4_ T*/ trouble: tM rite to

s.-., the envelopes being "blocked" so that Professor W. U, Pickering's todiscovery #j\_ V ;r/J frequent deareto A. O. MACDO.NELL e. (;. ttUVf. N Jr

t one at a time may be torn off. ,Each of the ninth satellite of Sat -_ --- pass It cr pain in
the tack u a ocnnnnctg ..,.t.neral i'C_
\ 't.gtr!: tzent. t'aswngrr
1il.at
:. envelope bears a date aoJ a tlsnk line urn. Phoebe, which be first located rscf
; uut the kidneys and bladder .
fr en which to write a name.These some yean ao by means of photography arecf irdtr. iL'I; J\ \ r 1.1. \ I \

.. calendars are then distributed and the remarkable series of star What to Do. '- ._ - -- r
U each contributing member of tb* photograph tn which! "each far r-t fie "ter; S c')-.frrt tn ti ...cwiedjto;

2' church and each calendar U supposed sky Is rt"P rented a hundred times ef'ea eeressej 'hi! CY.e -_ S.4rr.p-

to be hung In a room when visitor oier. There !is the history of the sky Rot. f t era! kids
h &**y ** IL It is also expected that tie for the tact decade anJ'thno It will *1$1In c-fir.j rfcexiiiTum! (-..n in tot i
tacos R ore.is. hver. bladder: tad
t1ll, member will tear off an enveloj! tear accumulate for decade*--nay. centuries cf e rtry part

f lag the date on which te attend -to cose." Tb numerals discoveries! to tieay aala; 4-.er tad it ccrrec4 tr.suiiy I'.'. 10 tell you do d you area '1I.
scalirj ta '
Fog. shunt that be will inclo:** a sum ofuonry cf variable jt rs tisde by the HarT!: t:. cr ci effctj ).::*;cg pan use 01ojr.piisxg; lit IuAlarL; 1-

la U and take and leave it at observers (rot"' real hundred now being *:=; ;r ten a.-u overcomej that ..:..;< tficeestty ; Don't Do It. It'. D&l1 erou.. t

t: the church. Above the calendar is tbe enumerated aLv> excite his wonder and cf ter.f calr a;;eJ to f* oftendirrjtrtday. We'll a-Jmi il w i curt iiu. esCwrwalnru.t 1

i "motto' It reads as foV\wA contribution admiration. : :: asd3f-: u? runt ;.odr.nj eat i4'1 ar :!'is
hoar every member with !'\- -- ire to.eM. The tnd and: the extract -
-:1 {
Ujloo rP ularfty." ......'. ..*...*." .rr'.r.' :'::& ) effect cf S'Aamp.Root a awe
; 4.ue-l I It j'Aali the h:ghest for ci *cacrtj HERBINEcarts
The me wLo has one of these cal Boston has already dvi*M says tie .ert : cf tie I
nest iat/esssr.e
" ( cavss.
. Globe of that a attic appeiUtloa
eaiars hanging: In his home cannot cun- city If yu cetd a n.eiar.eoa aiiocld rave the

' salt the calendar without seeing the for the nw Ca.t Rattan "tonetIt li tee.: Ssrifcydj : rgC3s in SO:. sad Sl :::cs.Ys is leanly w1r "uJ,1 and ata.:4u: .iguaraztied i ilea

u aloyes, and he to has reminded tie subaqueous corridor nay :are a sa x?:g bottle cl this j .&i-i, kk&H lea.taah. tA14lJWoDal l ,

I Cat U most keep taking o3 U.* en h.p" ('.Ida.. I I' 1IoCl &J: ud ityh! iulbc y aid :veer cwipba nit.

elope* a* he eendnve to tarn the Oss' to r* -fr..J. if at all)! prtx gei. K.i a bock ruv IT TODAY .

Jrivea of the calendar. When tie mla-: T** '-&!* air b u> J"I' tbem a..!,lor at r.rs bot.t it. t:JCQva:1.j
itoel1 bee 50 Cents & BotiU. AU Df"s.." .
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J Icier call arw&ad to see his member the rfv t ginning RaVanTt Horhrtoivl "
cr Dr. !!rer & _
It casts a ajtac* ever *o tie wall toSv Svmp "OP' a mid anrvtix Tr sf..re.aaeaaa WWMiBHMiBaHBi-
; the W r.f .nld 2iift and 11.00 Co.. BtcgruTiUn. N. Y. Wbea+rti :{ nea-
Jt that U>> right o** t. being made oft r ;
i tea rea:;:t th cu.cr; cite to this 4ez- Red Cross Pharmacy.
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k. A JAKUARY is, iws THE -FLORIDA: STAR4f 7Ifff.f ,-


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HhliAk1RiIN JaP-'. PADEREWSKI'S PARROTS. WOMEN WHO STUDY STARS. t,


I !;; >rantttlaa r.M- ex ..... flat A.eal .. I Aatr..a7 u.... ...p-ttaa r. a

i -_ .a7 ala a BU T.a. 1aak.t.1 c.u... Ora/aatea.

i; }; How the. Ceremonial ,Self De. Ignace hd rn-iLl. the "musical ,I Some of the most Important of recent .r .

t /_' truction Was Performed.ILABOilTEMETEODrOBlDADCO. dreamy Pole* who has again entered I discoveries in the realm of astronomy -

San Francisco after as absence of six: hate been made by women.:

I I long years recently arrived from Australia They do not ordinarily peer through the bt
I oa the liner Venters wit kb g
big telescopes l at the heavenly bodies
wife and hla
sever parrots says the
San Francisco Examiner. lie wrote night after night for this Is a work

Me.. .tina tri'uewr.ke tie Etft- his name upon the St. Francis register. that require great physical strength

{YF'r 0... while the chattering, cackling birds and endurance. But these are days
Mete tn4 WB)*. a r...*I
... .. have scratched theirs la the bottoms of when curiously enough a great deal
.
r toassjr ( Per? nick The Kind You Hare Always Bought and. \vlifrh his beat
their sanded cages aboard the steamer.It of astronomical research la carried on
Uak 84 t. Db..te_ 8..11. in UN e for over 30 years, has borne the signature( at
II a strange collection of birds that who
by persons never use a telescope.
'. threw Asweta.s.! Frepsrd r.r the great pianist has brought with him. Photographic negatives taken night and has been made under hi; t't'"-

w ee.....). There are birds of every hue and color after night at various observatories and tiOnalstlPf'nUlon since its Inl' 1.:J-r

:<; There are talkative parrots, babbling : Allow no one to deceive you lu tlii .
Literalharaklrl U classified afford
1ilj cutting, carefully material for
.I cockatoos and a "cooing" type which Alt Counterfeits, Imitations( awl JUltaoM-good" but
: lAd this tithe, expression in common keen eyed Investigators to make all
a Jackie aboard styles Australian sorts of discoveries.The Exp f urea but kappuku or more usuaUy sep pigeon. All are natives of the south
Infants anti Children Experience t }: .ut.
Is the word Harvard college observatory, for njalu> tpe ;
puku. employed
by personsof sea continent They were collected under -
., example, is very shortly to bring out ablbl1ogll.b1 ..
refinement, the actual meaning, the direction of the master, and he
of variable stars that has
t= however, being the same as haraklrl Intends to carry them home with him. been compiled by one of the women of What is CASTORIA "

says Baron Buyematan in Nineteenth The exact Itinerary has not yet been 1
:+ its staff. It Is an Interesting tact, too,
.-. Century. Seppnku and kappuku are arranged, but they will give a numberof that a great majority of these curious Cnstorii I* a harmless substitute for Castor Of, lar- ,

expressions coined from Chinese.Beppuku concerts before leaving the United heavenly bodies have been noted by gorie, Irvt t and Soothing )'r\ll's. It Is ricuaai.U it .,co? ::
States. Their ensemble work la said to
-: was not only a mode of Kit be especially eCectite.Those women observers working at the Harvard contain neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narrottoil '.

i: dispatch, but wax prescribed as a form who doubled the sea as tell otntenratory under the direction of &: >*tam-<>. Its age is its guarantee. It clttlrojH t :ra tnuil

:' of capital punishment for all of samurai passengers of the virtuoso state that Mrs. W. P. Fleming, an astronomerwho allays I'everlslmess.! It cures Diarrhoea rand bind
.
'
l. rank. No samurai was ever to be he Is particularly fond of his chattering has the credit of bavlng$letected Colic It rcliete Teething Troubles, cures Cou,,,UiMtl t

ax.- a beheaded or haneed.t troup. They have been christened more new stars than any other one 'aii.l rintuleucy. It assimilates the Food, regulate t',o.
.. person living. Mrs., Fleming baa a
-' Naturally under such condition the their musical career has been entered corps of fifteen expert assistants.To Stomach lord Bowels, Riving healthy and natural tJet'lw

upon and all are fond of their master. Hie Children uuuCt'u-'fbe .Mother's rlend.
act of seppuku came to be invested enter this profession! it ii Important

\. with much formality and case la But although the birds love their that a young woman should not
which the most elaborate had master and he In turn baa a fine regardfor
etiquette only be alert and sharp sighted, but GENUINE CASTORIA ALVAYSThe
to be strictly observed were those wben them there U not always pe8l'etweeD be well educated, and a considerable number

t, a dalmlo-L e., a feudal baron or samurai theux On one occasion on the of Mrs. Fleming's corps are graduate -
Bears the of
voyage ta America the pianist was lathe Signature
of particularly high standing
of Radcliffe, the girls' college affillated
midst of a beautiful theme. In the
was called upon by the proper authorities with Harvard university among
very heart of a tender passage a noisy
to dispatch himself In this way them MM Henrietta S. I-eavltt whoIs
cockatoo put on the "loud" pedal witha
In of offense.
expiation some political making the discovery of variable
screech that was audible for a mile
A commissioner then sent
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special was stars from photographic negatives her
In tbe Ventura's wake. Exasperated.'
from the proper quarters to witness life work, and Miss Annie J. Cannon.

-. the due execution of the sentence, and Paderewskl rushed from the music whose study of the photographic spectra ,

'._ a kahakunn! was chosen to assist room, grabbed the loud mouthed fowl of flied and variable stars has gir
.- by the neck and tossed It into the Kind You Have Alwavs BoMM
the principal in ridding himself of the ......--. en her a very high stand among tbe
burden of life. This unu.r --- -- -
person was selected world's astronomers. --fJ "v--
'. Before his feet touch the deck of an
by the condemned from the circle Director Edward <'. Pickering; of the
'1. of hi own immediate relatives Atlantic steamer I'aderewski will have Harvard observatory has always taken I In Use For Over 30 Years. ,

.:, trieudl' or retainers and the kalshakunin's given seventy concerts In tbe various great Interest in the course fir astronomy rt.s ataawa N.M.I. rf u.Y?.tit***, .*.rM arts
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cities of theUnited States. -. -
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l. office was an honorable one. at ItatUliffe. for apart from --, .'
"And the parrota"r was asked.
{'.: inasmuch as be was thereby privileged their general!: ) Interest and value they
';" to render last service to his comradeor "Oh. the parrots will make tbe tour .. .
a are of great lieljtfnlnes! t the sdenceIn -
also; --
came the reply.
t tbJff.r bringing to U young women who are

There was always) a special apartment well equipped to begin tucks of n{>ecialInvestigation.

or.pavilion prepared in which the Found a Car for lodlcMtloa. .\ number American The name "Simplex"

t- ceremony bad to take place a particular "I ore Chamberlain's Stomach and observatories are now served l>y )tad- S

*-t dress, designed for use only on Liver TahlrU for indigoilion and End I cliffe girU in important positions, the IMPLEX has been repeatedly

\ these melancholy occasions, bad to I* hat they suit my case better than any chief assistant of l'rofe.wor llaymer atCarlt'ton

; and the dagger short sword Ilytflt'l..ia remedy .1 have ever tried an.11 In Y complimented as
f worn or have need many different remedies. I am college Minnesota being piip very .

.i. was invariably placed before the seats nearly 51 yt-ar of. age and have suffered Miss Charlotte 1L Willard. while Professor >

::;. of the condemned on a clean white past deal from indigestion. I can ratslnxMt Mary E. Rird In director of the appropriate. The Simplex .

tray, raised on legs/ termed sambo anything I want to now -Geo. WEll. Smith colleee ol-iwrratory and Professor

k?9 which In the ordinary way is a kind of ...,)', IfcM.k Mills Ala." For sale bycud Mary Whitney of the Vassar observatory. hit ,; 5 is simple in every

: wooden stand med for keeping sacrifices i Cross Pharmacy.: -- J
---- -- and Its
offered to the gods or for some -- -- way particular.
I JspaaW'ae Servath !. *.T.t StrtBftk Beet I.lnimrnt Kurlli.
similar solemn purposes. '%
On the eve of the war with nl1881aJapan' Henry D. Ila'dwm.npl., Water -' = t mechanism is
The actual cutting open of the body City ,. \ : simple.
[ was not essential, a trifling Incision in was the smallest of the seven Work*, Shnlfolitirg." U'i., writ..: "1 \

leading navies of the world says no liitvelripd many kind ..f liniment., hut : It does not easily J
Pt. a horizontal line six or wren inches or get
1; met Whltfleld In the January Success lm e never reifived l iii'ich fn-iiHit until I l.t .7;
; rarely in two lines! crowing each other ). "' J
ussi I lUllar.I' Smm Linuuriit for ilnuitiati ::
Magatlne. The fleet of Russia at that -
t out of order need
-the more superficial the letter as or repair -
": time was inferior only to that ?f Great *-!!! anti ['nit.? I thnk it Ins brM
; proof of a light and skillful touch-be- ointment on earth 2V [/\'. and fJ 1 (>X I)
If
France. 1903 it should
Britain and of During mischance it is j
a" by
_: ing ordinarily made, followed by a deep butt I... at ll+I Cn,!-. Plunuacy.: any ,
Russia spent on her fleet over $55,000,
cut In the throat. As s rule, however.
000, while Japan for the whole of hl'rDI1 easily fixed. The Simplex is fully warrantedand .
Immediately after making the incisionIn Playing Safe.Nver .
expended only about 11000000.
the abdomen the condemned made a gH ray with the boss my Ud.Vhatxer is ornament to home.
an
Consequently Russia laid out in naval \ dn. any
light movement of his disengaged left you may
r "' hand and stretched his neck forwards equipment nearly five times as much For he can put you to the bd
"' as Japan whose naval fighting strength And tie a CAn to you.
s C signs to the kal'shaku.nln to do his So take ffcl* I..on to your heart- Sold fly
(< at the beginning of hostilities was only -
efflce. perceiving which, the latter, who That It is folly to t* marf"

'I' stood by with his aword ready poise,I. half that of Italy. Alexeleff said. INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE Titusville.The
y "Tbe fleet of the Island kingdom Is only 'v i
Instantly struck off his principal's bead.i 4 'r .
an exotic which we will cripple at
<.' In Japan there Is no need to speak
the onset In the anxiety to ImpressAsia i
directly of either baraklrl or seppuku.
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with her might Russia sent panderons
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I as the euphemism tun-go-bo nine Imhw 1s and often looking men-of-war to the far climate of the East Coast of Florid
-llteraUy
rt tmplo1
east with too few mechanical ratings
1t: a half which was the proper length of and with seamen *bo. In a confession i I is nearer perfection than that of any

: to be used on these occasions. ..
;,.t the dagger made to me by a Russian officer' .. ..rf'1 other
plate earth
:.F The weapon was always wrap- only "agricultural laborers" not only! on 444 *
--s ; In sheets of white paper
pod some pure
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unused to sea life! but also unversed ta
,_ only the!! extreme point being t'lpH.4\\I. even the simplest mechanical knowl
and It. correct to hold It when makIng .
--- wu- edge. It was In this conditiou that Japan A. thro-'Kh the world you ft my bey
an Incision in the right hand not found its enemy when It opened its Y-JU II araate f-rvl a man
by the handle: but by the middle! oft attack. Who II tk a deep and n..nJlsh joy Sd t
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In tytr.Kn a canSo
the paper wrapped blade. How to sit >t
f.tu a ute and moot' battle
bow to bow to> the spectators when >o ritj Sho... If you don't car to hear it rattle

; about to tI)1Ut11'Dthe awful task. "For years fate as fir me (v ntin- .
'f' how to unfold reverently the part of arxii'ly" vmin F. AJarHJ l..f, Verbena A tin ran i an ornamnt -!
Wl!,ht suit a garage sac.But ,111&'k stfbh"t
the clothing which coven the upper .\1-,. "1 had a ternUe: v.f 4.1ammg ptlt+. for the man who cam a -rot (fit' AI(
the '" 21 tumor" U'lien all ftkd Its out of lace
part of the body bow to wrap up sadly {
the Pm Vim'' Arnua :Salve curd m.- Fgial!. To m* t )o-.ir ty c!', <-k t n<-. w"II
dagger and bow to make requisite all It tfiixl for t'urr" and all ",.t,,, 31..II&IIIC Just keep them Itlnkinic y.. u. tank, \'L' #lt t.J: 4ihemMjfJfnpil[ \ I
signal to the kal shaku nln were \
Only ?5e. at fad Cns l'hAtlrtcyh"pl. lUg
matters on which the utmost nicety Ttl may seem a\s.er a.l.ire, Hit v \>i-- .,
of the taatroctlon To o!'".. fr... born an! bold. J
enjoined and were part S
was
But It taker much soft IIQ"{> and k3 J
which every samurai was without money are people to A rorsraon Job to boLl ||

R obliged to receive from the master of whom sin appertain: rich p...>j.k hate Tour prtj into the xc."r toe. :
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military ceremonies. Ilaraklrt indeed. only little pwvadilios and idi.'yncris'.es. AnI some day you may are th* fco<- \ i .

x aa was appalling.to the samurai amount a of matter ceremory.f involving. t : Man He Held BKk ; tq 11 atrn a h ,Je

Some rxople talk a god deal to Ltuf'tr "It d
W..dera t........ C.ll.e.e. hearer* from thinking. km "* Pt k1\ ,jf ) 3i

One of the wonder of t1.-. new Col- ."ti'.pt \Ii hen he '* tiiV.ni: '.. 'Pe %- .. 1 ; 'fi I 11I' iJ -
t".t U
No Mar 'o1".lM'h T..bl... .. dl.z.s
will be that tie stage c. ""'"
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teom In London ,. .
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will have three revolving platforms capable AH vnch tronWe w "'mo'.t by the Mcbt w. II., Tvrror. "r- \r'jt\r\( J J ..-.....
of being tamed at a speed of. u"rof Kodol! n\rjejia ("tJ1\'. It tt4 r:::':; IV \ I/ lJj.1.1' ,=-

rallea hour, and the llhsmlaatte I I'the rtiw.s<-h perft ret by d'tt.-'tlnl' "I wrntl.i! | ni'.fnrarly ai' mgt; t -rg. .. / -
twenty an j rnteillr!!. Cha : .fJ.. ., -
4kk> I I"Iat011 eat mil hoot the stomach's I"] 1.pegtte --. -- t
,: power will be equal to 'The h xl boiUli up the bI.Jy. the r.-., anold t.aHly cwt any ,
-.; candle power, say the London MalL i rr.tner4 the stomach Vi t.t'Ahh."fl1 *!t'TP. I hail -UrtiJ..tlu" 10 tW.,1 'fiat if -
"' atafe'bas a proscenium opening of | I aaikri:: Mora I ii.f sat 9.. f.a4u oust Gran, l'1-n1a ".uI4t1....
:: Tae '(il'.n.' tact' todiet vnnrt lf .hen takirgKn.Iai a Mc 'm.h (nl ht
lift- n feet Another new tt.ture'. )1f'pt'.a (.'.arp. J I>. Kr kmeAilenville. b.lyIn.t -pt bl.x t. t.ut. .....n aU!) nthFtn..1..n.a I (vnt Crtm tal TirrUkU h,.. *f ti* r*..trj trn...., t'

_, tt ft chorus: accommodated In two !great 'rd M'ah.tvt : "I rfirritroaU fa':..." tl.m |Jl "t+1 is,Ws e,t | I5DH.1 RITEB LAKE WUKT1I *JrtORIDA IIIClTNE fU ten

,\ tkorea so that each singer who ap- t..rttotJrn an.I tttunach .. (..r 1't are l llr "t".Veit l>+rtrT ., h vnr.,} J
i ratafns riM,1I11.
: oo the stage will have a train*! nni* '-I-y i-ter In-law ba t a-1 the >reimoKe me and ginedVt (..ipA. I> s aLe I j t1a lu

peen In rte refrain. Tte wesj : stn 1 .a> tit able to eat fM .1t Intrlv irnarv-Uvt) U\ rnfmn bv nrita I EAssF00157Ia1LWAT.
efeotr to help
Ih >hf lived entirely on atrrurtlrr fnp. -, '" mc htti and If'tt! net aml | t
win be hoisted by compound ever \n.-ts\int.o; fatties of K. :1\"z trou 1.< Prjfv .>> j. f (j>

,; flit 4 1'fltnch...... and an overhead dM Y.I""t..ia Cove -b. -u ealttT;y Tru t.t r. r..... at its < ?>_ t' a<-\

rtflwaj has been constructed t* carry thud >h.- not ran ht.rtlv..n..t It '0 I Int I i

the beery seem from place to place g t ir :.th I urn *'*.I ">'MV K'.> >..i !

The ttag to so roomy that a football ..stenn.tant rrtwI'-I! fyT R..t CASTORIAFor Railway

t match could be played on It. '.'n"4 l't..rn... Titn+tii:J.-. Eli "* to

-. ._- 'Phtrn. 'a.-*. F:utU'lir; C **. F Camp- IrfirU aid Childrea I A t'
t Mi, 1i.4"'-.nrnr 2
Mr. Wms' 1'r+tr. ":( a4b tf.fOft'"J ,
TH M Yea Han Ahrajs Bopl t
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a.ttt..-d t.t .
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lnmbsai.. vy tiranr ;il 1:1 ins fa ktirtt b Bears tie .Leda ass e&W WW1UUea, .ur_
Cttautbs-Hsis's Pails &1m, .l ieii I.. dxt : de
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.- f-81W: '! ::7i"--War .DlUC'IOaYl borne place and U la a great improvement log posited to completion a* fast. .u possible ..

;: : ;. ; ..-. the nelxbbortxxxi. a '::""1.l
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....""'. :.",-- .. ."" JU&-" .UIU.. .-...'-=-.I ". Mr.- and. i1ri L. Herrmc, of Brooklyn_ Capt McNabb it adding ta the beauty FIRE INSURANCE .'S-. :
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;.:,' ';.'i".,1;'.tttfliatM.lliwriR .. ., arrived at their home, demo cottage, Friday of the grounds about Craip-Aitea by setting -

;;...;...c;::. .f.o.r:""'>" .' J.03.0 ... u of teiweek and are glad to be ouceagain oat more plant and ihrabs MORGAN w W.A.IsTOI ', ;. ,
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: ".'" ',.. ..' 'F'"'''' ia:the land of sunshine
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: ..>;....'J'R....-s.t.....' iI- A. R Hadr'on U shipping considerable! TITUSVILLE, FLA.,

<1.. ..''__'".''", !.,-;'.!,.. ;jit:<' : ..-., ;:,.' .. .. .." Miss Mamie Hardee returned to> tetpa orange this .eek.lDOE\Jr private orders. Representing the following reliable companies:
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'''- ..,. '''''' ,,"',' :4" :). ,'( t.l \ >-, 1 neiversity, at DeLand the first of UTUt'OtL a toxnov a eu> 5 co mcxrs's rvso tvM'nwt ru.
The In Eats Gillie is
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,,, heavy.
., :.*;, -LTnf;sad -.i IIdeIa crop B1KTFOKO' flU IV .
't RAM'S
%ii _',(,,. ..... '. Iut'ireek. Miss Liule Hngblett not COACTSH trox'oiLVAxtaluLAMttt: )
h :i" !>.. : : alwaa ats W. C.wt. Messrs. Shaw and Spencer, local steam HR tXMTIU.XT OX GEt1lla.il.\ Hoxr \* co.bnllfcHM .
:. .; ;.- s.. on Friday;being delayed by illness. rosnSUTAL"fIt tvtrxiNOg. GUM IS I>8. IU.5ios .
boat inspectors, were in town ,this week
Jt; 4t' ..c. cluCA.s Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wallace and E HOME IXSTR1NCK CO., OF X, T.rttKMX son k'n ; FlU txa to.
looking over the fleet of steamers. nu 1 t1L'Xt'i ('.. "HlttlliU AS.flUMS: CO.
daughter Locile, of Chicago, arrived I la*t
those charming bells wedding
Hear Friday from Chicago and have opened )If'! Hopkins will leave for Ki**imn1f'e SURETY BONDS and LIFE INSURANCE.
hells=nkUDI
"': : ,. of this week after 3&WJAMESPKITCUAED. ., Xr
their curio store opposite the depot. on Friday a pJeasanUrit oJ
revived and
t .itr The .orange market has Miss Mabel with Mrs. Dr. Sarah C. lIed son. . .. i
ilt;<. -, .t -the fruit U going forward again.Capt Scliuyler,. with her little - --

';t sister Helen, who last week visited their Mrs. Treotler" is baring erected one of Pre lJent W )I. DROWN, ",*J'1'MJd.
', fiehoonmaker was circulating
< aunt, Mrs. J. E. Batler returned to their the finest barn in }:all Gallie. The WINSTON S. U&\SSl 1 O..hier.
around RocUedge the first of the week.
aq home at Jensen last Saturday evening. building is an ornament and a credit to

.:" f'': ){re. Jlf. Mitchell hu been enjoying a Mrs. George A. Baker had the pleasureof the to I/O n. The site is on Oleander: Ave.
s Year visit from her aster, Mrs. J. T. Knox, of INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK:
y-tJ.,. "r l t ', New Smyrna. welcoming her mother and sister. MX;. Dr. Sarah C. Hodgson* will mo\e he
and MLs Sumption of Havre de Grace
office and consulting: ; rooms to the new

Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Pockett have r> MJ., to the Land of Flower, and of the premises built for this purpose on theMlIl'r CO V:N"l'Y; ::ryi'OITOI.:;
:i turned from Washington, and are again
orange. ( of Young and I Houston streets my
4 r reeidenta of oar town.Mr. Authorized Capital..J1tioliekt0oFail
< ., Mr. Harold Baker and sitter, Misses shortly. upLprtal.-_. .,( :.3.Ul..tI.ll
?i' and Mrs. Shinn, a brother of Mrs. Bertha and Maud are enjoying the sport Average lkpo.it4.--- f.\iO.o(1J z-.
I Capt. Clenison, of Taunton, Ma**., is
ire late arrival in Cocoa. They TRANSACTS A
!. 1 Casey of the finny tribes which inhabit Indian: i
-'I hating the yawl I'nncew prepared for
';> jill spend the winter here. river and they bring in Urge (strings of, another cruise about the 11 proximo.Mr. General Banking Business .

O' \ Mr. Casey has had a fine 1,100 gallon big fish as trophies of their skill.
; Cleniaon will bring a party of ladies: : Large and OId.tHank
t4; galvanized iron tank erected on a high Mrs. L. B. Chatfield entertained the members of his family.
( ou the llhrr.Exchange .
ter ti tower by iiindle, the tinner. Palmetto club on Tuesday. Amoetpleas
The Eau: Gallie earl club met this weekat lluipht and Sold on All ra s
The school vans come in loaded from ant afternoon was pa&ed., Mrs. W. G. Countries.
the residence of J. A. Gilbert. Then Foreign
each war every momin,. The childrenare Patterson will entertain the club at the : rrctated. r-
Patronage > xrvirr,
ap| IV-ujpt
'ual 1 routine of business i adhered to
was
packed in like sardines in a box. aata place on Tuesday of next week. polite tntttnirnt and e\ery f;&\orn>o.itt ut
and some new members propiMitl. G. FPaddiwri with conservative banking irmntrd.IXREEMXNDKXTS. 't
Mra W. G. Patterson attended the News has been received that Mr. and .
is president And Mre. C. W MeNabb ;
$ Palmetto club which met with Mrs. Mrs. H. K. Shares are rejoicing over the vice president! Empire Tint n.wl"n1. X Y, Florida -"

,' Chatfield in Rockledge! on Tuesday. advent of a daughter. Their many BAnk..t Trust (\Jull\&n1. Juk uin1lle.Flr.TITUSVILLE.

Willard street is being much improved friends rejoice( with them in their ne* The Rev. S. D. Day, rector of the ,

i by widening the driveway. Fine co- possession. Mr. Shan is proprietor of; Church of the Holy Crow, at Sanford, FLORIDA.

>, q'Tina rock was put down and covered the Loogacre hotel in New York city. will! hold services in :St. Johns Kpi x>|'& (

't with shell. Mr. John Kendig believes in letting his church ou Young) street, on Sunday evening If
1o'dlll.'k.11 invited, PENNEY & BRANNING t
next, at are
Mrs. J. W. Packard spent some time light shine so he haa precepted a fine ,
free. It is that the choir '
MUts expected
with Mrs Sf.. O'Brien in Daytona. new street lamp to the church and it has
Kill conduct the choral of the trrviee.
s >She reports Mr!. 0'Brien and the baby as been put in position in front of the chap. part, TITUSVILLE,
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}: <. well and happy.A el and was lighted last week for praYt'rmt't'tinll MKLllOCIOK.Mr. .. ..

new walk has been laid from the en- for the fist time. The gift is C. A. Stephens, of Listing, was a

trance of the school building to the street greatly appreciated guest of the Brown House .Qndll '. Fashionable ClothiersGents'

J which makes great improvement over Master George PonglaM during; notion Mr. 1L T. Branch H kept busy these Jt

tramping through the sand. helped his father in the store and'
days x nil Increasing business in stn and
: Rev. W. F. Allen, pastor of the M. E. made himself co useful the parent WA bank.

l loath to give him up, so he tau been instilled a and Furnishers
appointment I Merrs. tn-o. Pattenon and Oeo; Hil- f
as regular clerk and i u doinsplendidly. !
in the charge: on last Sundayt He is both courteous andexpeeIitto@i. liard, of Waukeitan, I::1., are at present j.

morning and evening. The services |ju 8tsof Mr*. Robert Ni.holson -
were both well attended.
Melbourne has a new meat market in We lluvt' the Fi illl'1tf
t Mr. Will Connor, of Pittsfield, Ma>* ,
Mr. Harry B. Allen of Hobe sound!
managed MetrU'hiiaker .
the Stewart building, by !
i. clerk the New Mr
at Rotkledge.
was viewing the beauties of ko-ki t''lge re day A. Stephens,of Eau ti&1Ii St'le'C'Unu{ of Mioes" to
Connor has been connected with the
Mr. Allen lIdO has a place at
cently.
'i:. Oak Hill. lie came from the latter place proprietors the New Itockled, for )Ir. Cha T. McBride is again ina.-ter ;E- h,' I rUIi lid South I ofJarkMiMilc.

., several years, both here and at their summer I of his store, after an ill II"-!!of some t\eekVe !'.
to Cocoa \\o have dental work done. ,, ,. ....
hotels and has always\ been roust i \ are all glad to see him well a ain.
f Jack Front lingered around thin nt' ltht I ,
popular with the guests. Mr. I'. P. Powell has then -
very bray
borbood the first of the week and he left
; 1 his breath marks in several places and )II'!. J. J, White and Mrs. W. I-:. Hall three dare petting the good ship J.I-.l'. ue&ft.Ttie Queen Quality| | 'br Ladles( -

4 pat a skim of ice over water in shallow entertained the Ladies' Aid society on in order, ready to take a cruiae t*>uth.

; dishe*-just to let us know he had not Thursday a ...rnon. A goodly number. Mr II J Gidley of l nnkirk, N. Y is Paradise Regained
was present and much work atTomph l
r forgotten.Mr. and Mrs Totes, al.) of New York an-
ed. The work fur the bazaar next k
i Mr. J. F. Mitchell is making great improvements among: the late arrivals at Hotel Carletor.Mr HAIL ORDERS SPECIALLY SOLICITED
month is being pu-hed rapidly along and .
: ; in the property he lately purchased
it promirti to be quite an affair. Chas..tewart ill always found at .
!', on Palmetto avenue. One can his place( biicmea.ever ready in hit
Mrs. k W. rutU-nfieM I't'nI'e.1! the
l'i hardly keep their bearing while traveling
quiet, gentlemanly! way to wait on I'U- FIRE INSURANCE
sad intelligence that her eldest fu-ter.Mrs. .
{ up the avenue so many improvementshave
.. been made. Dora Hill, had died at her home in tomers.

e Delaware, Ohio. Mr. BAttenrleld did Mrs. \\'. II. Inw and son, from Wan,
;. Mr. and Mrs. B. Snyder, of Hudson W. late stcurnl the a ;.r. \ t.n tt.*
not go home M !she omild not reach therein kejtan, III., armed lately and I are now
X. Y. have purchased: the old Cooper
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time for the funeral, nor did she think with' their family in their pretty winter
on Palmetto avenue and are GLENS FALLS INSURANCE COMPANY of Glens! falls. N. Y.,
propeny it expedient that Mr. lUttenGtrM thoiilj tonic fur the season.
putting op a fine cottage and will otherwise
.. improve the premises. Mr. and return there at this season and he did Mr. and Mrs. M. >|I'I ofIt'r, with their lit. to add! to the list nf tinie tried and Are tested ur inr ou( .......
not wish her to take the trip! atone Mrs. represented t>y m.
tie MaterEd ard all of
Mrs. Snyder have rooms with }fl'!. J. W. son. Vaukgan,

.. Packard.Mr. HatteiififKl hAS the sympathy all) her 111 are now in Mrs. Johl1ton's cntiage, SCHUYLER & WILSON

friends here in her bereavement, on the banks of Crane creek. ,
f Moore wife three children
J. A.
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Mr. C. I). )Marsh of Syracuse, N. Y The Oldest Insurance Agency in the City.
and mother amved on Saturday night Capt I:. \\. IVaujean took; a j lly party -
will tJe l violinist for the New Itakledm-!
from Islip, L. I., N. Y., and are snugly to Metbonrue Mach li-t Tnmlay _--------1
orchestra ain this It.ill iw
domiciled in the Joseph Taylor cotta, .i; season. morning;: in his new launch, the Jnwie B.All J B UU.KF.U H B MACI.
remembered that he was with the orcht"-
oa Willard street. Mr. Moore is a rt"J"JrhL mot ..nj''alalt.! day.
tra two, three and four tears a.'o and the JOHN R. WALKER & CO. !
nephew of Mr. A. I. Moore and a (cousin ,
people of Kockledge and the guests of the la't Sunday morning. during a heavy

cfMrs.W.G. Patterson. hotel t will be glad to see! him aptm. The norther. lV"ctn>aMer 1 U W toode fund Titusville Fla. j

orchestra sailed on the 6th (rom New a round bottomed row boat ati.at in the '

BOCK UUQE. York via Clyde Line. Mr Il'** It' veer and has it made .-curp. The owner

MIM 8tella 1)oqjC1. returned to Jacksonville pianist, Mr. II. L Bemis celkti and Mr an hut"alln.: by tailing fur it. ki DRY GOODS

WedneIay Li resume her studied Marsh! is leadt-r-tlie sweetest orchestra :
Tier E i-t Coast tCan}( )mranY'I.JndIo.eI..t ,

in the high school. ht lift ever \i!!iteij lackJt.dll'OOI"Y l left here e-terdn (or pmi.U north,

Who said it way cold on un.tsy Only evening:: sang Cervices the New Kock- after -uttnif a ciianne1! .UI":('ral.t" cr tkWe .

the pewim en remember it when en- HJgt. mil) I.e' re>un>e
j)ying this weather. They arrived here Tw*l y. or )aunc).ea W mn into for .miter t ,

Mr. and Mr Clark Wilcoi. of Brook- jrP
Tt.t" If.-al..t sj'itftn renoxnt-ir. IV
lyn are located with Mr. anl Mrs, lieo GENTS' FURNISHINGS
stores vrulav. reiniiftte* the kulnevuer -, .. +_ .
Baker, at Riverside tf.IU e. and t-nr.cb If kooky MocnUm :

Va fail. to cure get your nmrey back I a 1
Irs. Wm. Young continue quite' ill f
That far :V Ont, tea: or Ublcts.*;;; Ayer'sDon't
She is still confined her l-"t. but her our Ilruogi.w'1. It SHOES

friend hope to see her about again soon --- ; 1 !

The Merw in cottage, Led,, cnore, has t.U CAtLIK.

green greatly improved by painting U The PMh f.ottz..es are fiilsn f op try cheap cough medic

white It looks dean and sutely! 10 m Mr *. E I'tarbouriaot 4 for dii.y. cines. Gei the! best, Ayers MILLINERY

new drew.Mr The Quern Ida is ready for the cruise Cherry Pectoral. That a ,, ,

and Mrs. Oacrola Currier arrived down th-e eoi1 t. j record it has, sixty years of i

, night from Newark, N. J ,
on >aturday Mr. MJ[ aN cosily domiciled in their Indian cdir .n3" tsar. Cherry

river horn .
fAil (;alga! u receiving a fall share of
Mr. Clarke C**, of Jacksonville. i the Pectoralcures .
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the inter tonr.sta.ti i :
new pharmacist at the nofkiedg Ibarra- :--:: ';' .'- ;-:;'::::;:::;-:- .

icy which was opened to the public! MonJy F. Palfuooo, but.i.liiht"roQ Ho.1g" Ask your doctor if We want your patronage.Our .

of last week. .ons' -ays this week.t j, he doesn't use it for coughs,

The suand of the school Ml aim ia to pleas YOU.
is now; colds, bronchitis and all
Cea. U, W. Haskins, of New York is ,
heard all) ever oar town. throat and
lung troubles.
again at blfcoU quarters" at the New Rock. New, Up-to-Date> Good Jn every
U attached toUK Sarno hotel is receiving greets daily -r kjT.. foe4I tau are'. txerr r .tm.!
jreoW feoeral
The
I 1ede.: *u* .1 / o>4>C"ha J"v.n" fOf ewe
of FV More are looked ht in the near htuivIjetters .a..u..lf.2anaa _.... aN .r' rod.Y. Line.
:+ Land >wert.Judge z-o xu. n.h- 11bc4. Tae

Van L ::nas. of DeUware, 0., from Capt and Mr Colby of .c.f.. r wit. acct te..i araacn4'g. ,r... Mail orders receive prompt and I

arrived Saturday DieM ao4 ojod op yacht Pints, repon their arrival at Miami forBronchitis

their wttdeoce prrparatory to his family W T. We.!*. of Meb! >JI1mf'. and a prr careful attention.

cornice on Wednesday. of friends were in Fan Uallie oa Tin-

Mra. L B Cbatfield is baildic a 5n* dyDr. Correct any tendency to constipation JOHN R WALKER & CO. TitusvilleFla. i

of diode cottaje oa the bt jet south of the I Carla C. Booth' fine laaach is be-: with small dose of Aret'. Pffi ,



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