The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00310
 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: April 28, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00310
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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it'< .-UTWIiMllss 1 1 In a.u8IO.the senate Wednesday BILL PA8SZD.Dr. Crill asked MlGKIfICfN{ flSUR R'lCl[ '[ SPECIAL MoMiT SALE MAT AT IST, ZLI 1903. fZ'S. OilS Of m IiiiiClamat \ IP. -

-... unanimous consent to amend his bill providing Styiieh leather and silk belts in thepatterns
": i ".,.*_lataat T*.t At* !'.r..I Mutariy AMtM ...4 FU Hula at aIM Etieat..t ....rr..., Wee'
4 for the construction of a railway and colorings that the tiow demand
Arend 'I'.i .... 'I1&a.W. BilptW narc'". 'n.raJ" ;- t
; '" from the mainland to the city of Key graceful to a high degree. Trim, I. IIr..r.MI"I.
'1< tit, ,Mr. E. L.IS". left Wednesday: for West the purpoeeol eliminating Seldom, if ever, theTitnsviile Bap- simple belts silk and leather belt, imported .. Eunice SoufielJ, formerly of Mimi, p
.. lint thalTta had each a large atend&Mertftied glove kid belt, many exclusive
Miami to look after business interests has takes charge of the school
parts of section 5 of tbe bill II bad been as the pastor, Kev. Howard B. styles prices ranging from 43 cents' to public al
J ;i there for a few Baja objected to. Consent was granted and all i Gibbons. on the Easter: morning ni II98. Tropic for the summer '

fi 'Mr. and Mra. F. H. Boys eckrtairwd aIt of section 5 following the words "Ke,. 'The church was filled to overflowing Choicest white drew goods- ome lat II. W. Enos from West Palm Notch,

comber of that little folks of oar town at Test"( was cutout by amendment Dr. withstanding the fact that extra seats est arrival from among the fioest white has charge of lU throttle on the Sanford
were provided. dress goods that foreign and American
aa Easter egg bunt last Saturday. Crill then asked that the bUt'be placed The floral decorations consisted' of magnolia looms produce. Graduation days are branch fora few days.
Do your wall need cleaning Alabae- on its final passage. I ?, palms and flowers of various kinds coming and a summer in which while The government thermometer register
Senator Hudson said that he felt that very artistically arranged. dresses will be moth, very much, in ed close
tins'will do it. See oar ad. on page 8. I op to the 93 degree mark bravery

,4 EAST COAST Lcupra & Scrrir Co. the bill in its amended form presented. elaborate The musical affair programme and specially wa appropriate quite an favor.Dotted swiss mu&lins, worth SO cents a short while yesterday afternout. f

*. Miss Florence Coltnar arrived 'Tuesday nothing objectionable, tat he would like to the joyous occasion, consisting of several yard at 19 cents: Warm for \pri!. j

's' 'from.West l'alm.Beaeb to spend several to have another day to consider it and suitable Easter hymns; an offertory anthem Fine dimities ranging in price from 15 At West Palm Beach en \Vislneadayevening i
V "Hallelujah! Christ Is Risen, rendered to 40 r.onkFr'l"nrh
asked that it be allowed to lie over until 1
weeks here with her sister Mrs. E. E. of this week Mr.
by the choir including a soprano lawns from 19 fo 50 wnU Albert F. Faber
F .Rollin. he following day,. which he finally reduced solo, which was very sweetly! sung by Persian fawns from 18 to 50 cents. and Miss Hose E. Saxon *err married by I

a-- Mr. Walker b having the Boaknight to a motion. TV motion was lost Mia Daisy Brady; a highly rtfertiv so Batintea from 25 to 50 cents per yard. her Urnryllke. l
and the bill was placed upon its third praoo solo, "'Che'oi Triumphant," anew India linens from 10 to SO cents a yard. i
cottage brightened op with a coat of reading and puaed. production by tnlt% expressly coin Imported white organdies from 19 to W Miss LouUe Brown cant home from it

paint, and the Baptist church: is being posed by him aa an Easter aria, was (\htlllt'r yard.Imported Redline college, Wicter Park, hut Satur-
On roll call the
,.u.ted. vote w as: splendidly rendered by Mrs. James Den- white mull from 50 to 75 day afternoon to spend Eater Sunday and J,1
Yeas-Messrs. Adams Alford, Brown ttam. The choir was a&ited by Mr. W. cents peer vsrd.
Citrus nock on high pine land. Monday with her
grown Cants Carter Crane, Crews, Crill, T. Wmterhager, violinist who prefaced Good linen buck towel, special 121 parents.
i Indian River 2farteries' established 1888 Faulkner, Gillen, Harris, Hudson, Hum the: service by playing Lanare'. beautifulBlumenlied centa. Quite a number of |' 'op!- of Tituaville 4.1;

Send for catalogue, Toledo and West Lee Nee with accompaniment by the Bleached sheeting, 10 ta, worth 25cents expecting to visit Cocua nest Monday :
prices McCreary Massey, ,
/ Palm Beach.Mrs. organist Mrs. Denharu. On a whole the I pt'CiaI19 n>ntt.
i: S'ewlan, Raney, Same Scott Wadewortb, music was fine, from the simple hymns to i Good quality of mattress ticking, 'IIOC- the vrcaion bring the celebration of J I
i 0. J. Denham has been quite III West, Wilson and Zim-25. the magnificent anthem and the beautiful lal 10 tents per yani. May day and will take in the dam*. ;j

I' =f .hia week, hot is convalescing at this :\aYI-The president and Senator sole by trained voices, it all breathed of: Linen in its natural color,., worth 35cents Call at Tttosville Livery, at rear ofRobbing' !""
t' writing and it is hoped that she wilt soon Easter joy and gladness, all was in direct 1 .y. special 25 cents.
Bloont Clark for and Jackson office for ,.
; paired, stylUh rig
t keeping with the spirit of the day. The i China silk*, 24 inches wide, in colon .r
Hi: be aboot sgai against Absent, Bailey and Datis. choir stow the careful training of the directress white, black, navy blue, brown, pink or Leave your ordera for hauling, both doable 1

; Mrs R. E. .}time, of Bonaventore, was On motion of Senator Harris the bill Mrs. Denham, and her efforts in light blue, special 4') cents per yard. and tiingle. J. M. OaLan, proprietor. p.

KY Tiewing' the country northward oUt last was immediately certified to the house,, this; work have been so thoroughly appircialed IViys' paula, maJo of good quality of \\Vakened tieed .J''I:
that specially prepared music Eiiglfah ,tweed excellent patterns, sires tyttems a mature, l1
;:. week and called at THE STAR office Monday where it was referred to the committeeon has been decided on for service to follow. from 4 to 16, worth 75 cent, special' price wholesome, mellow 1 liquor-that's I. W. f-

;. .- ) ere returning home. railroads. Mr. Gibbons delivered a masterly ads off') cents.Vnlencienn. Harper WhUkey, the kind your grand- .

\1ct- We regret to ..noounIa& Mrs. D. B. dress on the Eastertide, picturing hope Hi laces and insertion to fattier used.: Sold by.. \. 1.1161"1 and
.> PUl'O Tl'NIl'O. an the central theme of the resurrection. match, worth 10 cents a yard, special 12 ,
:; Ptitthudirstill quite ill Her physician, Mr. His text was taken from \cts.l1:3l: "He yard pores 59 cents.Children's U. L. Moilow. -

, ; Dr. E E. Rollins, however, reports her will visit Fippen Titasnlle Adams within, of Angartiue week or solo bath given amirance! unto all men, in 01 eralk, made of an excellent Contractor Hall unreal Urn little hag.gerty .
; -conditioo as im Vro via g. that he hath raised him from the ,1t a<1." quality of \Amotikeaii.< tf. attend to professional work. Orders building the first of the wtt'k on to
> In brief outline the address worth oO 29
or pastor' or, cents, Monday's special
: Mr. W.8. Norwood left Tuesday to fur toning should he left f'SrJl.t the Indian the river front of Mr. 0. $
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River Music 110088- WM as folio* : "You who have alwayslived cents per pair, slats from 4 to 14.
ilt. spend several weeks in different parts of in this land of almost perpetual verdure Lonsdale domestic, teat quality yard Pritrhett, where it w ill rare u an olfii f

.f; Georgia, Mopping for a short while atc cannot: folly realize the significanceof wide, 12 vaNS for 1100.' nwtn for the present J
Tallahassee HOTEL OPENING.: Eastertide to those in more northerly Embroideries at almost a half of their '
Jacksonville an 1 en route. The Continental hotel, at AtlanticBeach sections. Here, nature, aa if spurning the regular value. I' Commodore and Mrs. C. A. Welch are

t fir George>> Quarterman of Canaveral will open for the summer season idea of a 11 iater'. n't-t. boldly putt forth Mail orders promptly filled! on any of in loan today en ruato to their summer

'!f!.. s gave an Easter hunt and candy party ol 1905 on Thursday June 1st, under the her evidences of life and activity. She the above goods. home in south ikxttui after puutling lh u

*.t" for entertainment of his numerous direction of Mr. H. E. Bemis, who U seems bent npon reflecting the never ceaa- Jrura KUXK winter at Artecia. Till STAB atktMiat-'
manager of the Colonial, at Nassau X. P., lug life of the God who gave her being. Ttlusville Fla.
.:;' ..'',-J:" friends at his home on Banana river last daring the winter tourist season, also There all is different Yielding to the edges rercipt of a pleasant call,

: week. manager of the Bedford Springs hotel, at irresistible advance of winter's hosts, nature BASEBALL VOTES. It is aid that hail donna aru unknown J Jin

.0:' Mrs. Singleton has Just returned home Bedford Springs, Pa. Prospects are good C'tlmlrllt'ttl..s herself to I (tate of ap .
The Tiiuvil! Baseball dab i,* now organized the pant on the Bahama inlands, lot
from pleasant viait to W__J\dm Beach for the beet season of any ocean resort on parent lethargy. Wrapped in her feathery Rime (
r:< a the Atlantic coast sooth of Atlantic City mantle, trimmed with frozen crystals, fur the! season and the is under about two weeks HgoW11, laud wa* .

t. i' and Miami. She ilatcs that Mr. Can and the pain service from Jacksonville overshadowed by the gloom and darkness the
i', Cortiss and family expect to come to TituovUle will he correspondingly increased to meet of the season she sleep But brighttKf who is an ardent lover of the game. great drain of ire ranging in ie (rum M t.l

i'i to live. the demand. soon appears neon the eastern horizon The grounds just north of the high quarter of an inch to more than one inch .r.
the herald of morning eutinda the riinjl'hotf' '
r Susie Hall, one of the leading member BKICK AND CEMENT WORK. all is changed& and evidences of life sttuKil building have tot'\n cleared off for falling for several minute It

-. of the A. M. };. church,and a very highly are seen on every hand. The goods and i playing and are now in better shape than Mr. H fJ. Mace has recently Purchased t
respected colored woman of this place, If you want cement walks brick workor the hill, the fields anti the flowers ani before
ever the fine little
coquina walls laid August Nelson. nulMng Kbuontr the :i
see mel and rnan,>hake off the drowsiness ofa ,
f: died last Saturday: afternoon follow ing along First class work, reasonable charges. long night and vie with each other in .\ match game has Un arranged be- Eleanor which has teen in charged '

'. spell of sick nwa. Orders can be left at 1'1rlSna otlire.mum. linking the glories of a new day. twerp the Titnsville and the Flu Gallie Cajit. Nelson I from parties in Chiwgu. _

Postmaster Taylor lad the boxes and "In thetranaition from wintertime tou prinjl' flints to be placed at this place on Saturday The boat will be ullt'dliJr cruising neat :11

delivery windows moved further to the is then Easter that U: usually nature duttnl the middle the graveclotht r>oint.It -. of next week, May 6th. winter. Mr. Matt expects to return 1

-'f" a front in the pottoffice the firstof the week just Some".!rheht.of our"young men say fishing is of the winter-tomb ant adorn Ch IUB .. north about the 14th ftJ1ilOO.St. .

,:' in order to secure more available room ht'rk'llin the roles of another world\ ; even The Titnaville Bait-ball club hereby issues piano music just received al the '
t- the mails. Messrs.! Kohl and Taylor are bny shipping man lays aside the comhrv colors of a
,for handling and assorting beans this week. gloomy season! and decks himself with a challenge to play a match game Indian River Maeic louse for May: The

!: ".J">. C.rd..re out announcing the marriage Mr. Jew Glass left Monday for 1'al&t. the brightness ant gartl of a revive with any buebail! nine on the east cast GI"I r ro-Strp, by Chaunoey ilaint; I

:'i-(.;-: -., of Mr. Jamea Thadacos McGuire and Mist ka and Pomona on basinet activity. The renurret-iion has COIIM, between New Snijrna and Fort Pierce. Dainty hams, a novrk-tte by C. Blake, :Y

r:r. Clara Lfoma Nolle, which will take place gladness fills the heart joy beams from P. S. Tm, and My Lady laughter Walters, alai! by ,:
. Messrs. Frank Montgomery and Leonard the rountenann. and tin}** fill the s-nil,
.. in the Methodist church.Tituaville, Wednesday Mosbey were visiting in Shiloh Sunday.Mrs. "Ho| ei ill the central theme of the rvur Captain Titusville it. II, Club. c. P.lake. Three all are way aj\e! Hot

:' : evening May 3rd, at o'clock.. rt'ction.t no lime in the worM's hi.- upralo't' You will like tUm lhgraler 1
(K Nolle returned home (torn Tituivil CHURCH NOTES.
-:,: Taw STAR extends hearty congratulations Saturday, where site has been fur tory was a di.tinct ray of bOl.e| more ner>ird price 50 cent; oar price 25 or nls liUI'\ .
in advance to the ba 'Pyyoonr couple. several weeks. than w hen Jesus,the Christ was raised l I I Next Itntb.r.I.rH 30th, Wing tl.e
from the ie..i, Nrai-l's la' aloe
> tip wu st IevW. purl.Mr.
f' Mr. Alex Near completed driving the The Easter C'gJC hunt was very mach extinguished; the vaulted dome above had i fifth Sunday, the pastor t'1 1I ail 1 1Ir.: .. Wm. l'rio.JIe expert tuIrae

\' ..:. Dew artesian well for the Florida Extract Mijoyed by sonic of the older peon I.I as been transformed into. iron, through I ien, will preach at Mims in the morningat next Tuuniay for their hone in
,.. lat week well M tit<'!' chiMren of this nE' rhhorhtnJ.The w hich no dh ine voice ...nt'tflllo"tltot'al1h; 11 o'c!",'k and at Titutville in the evening .
of Va
the latter ee- Hantirgton after
: \ company part i| ::nding nearby -
egg" were hidden in the lot tlt"lol1g. advanced civilization of the t;reeks at 7:30. All are weloon
,;::. ': curing satisfactory flaw of water at a ing to Mr Jan. Taylor. had lonie a matter of hUk) ; the scat fix i irx-ntU! in Titu*\itle. Mr. J'rh..lle

....'" little tees than :\\) Itrl. Y r. Near has of the world'*ilominaling priw ft ha*! wink M Andrews church, Fort Pierce, farm i i. a true spvrtanuan very f"rid of hunting, .

t :: carried: his well driving plant to EAU tist- FIRST CAB OF POTATOES. depths of sin and crime, the very IIK-D- :o.unday.pr:1 3)h, UKirning prayer at 11 I' and er-j ))nl the ****>' \\wn very mtl..

:f' ':;-<> lie from here, where he has several am. tion of which brings shame lo our ficrs; a. m. Fri The first ( loaded
> car ( potatoes was and honelay ihtegnty and moral puiily
; ':: tracts to fillTUwviHe Thea,lay of lut week hv the lUitinjrs INv : wens lout dreams of the |" rt8. The one at J a. m. The bi'h ->p ha M-nt the Jk. I wife have spent in Titan ill* and hhey !

orchestra was called upon to tatoGro.ers' a-iitiuD. h"a. not Ii born to I* the Jewish mrwiah,
ander full car bat contained ovt-r 1U) barrel, sting princi4t- of tree rigs.iron 1tt'f+. al- I eirt.t to return hue auoil.tr sewn.
; ,:" tarnish music far a grand picnic nwtly No. 1 potatoes, only a few tying though! <.wminlycrushed by his cruet i MONEY IN TOMATOES. teenMr !
t ':: curtioQ to DeLeon Springy on the JRKb, No. :, TH further tin season alvaneee fiiinn and entombment, bnra/ht this dil'- Yrutelirwillbring srarralhunt-
:: "._ given for the employee of the A. C. I* the better the outlook is fur a fl crop. ttiKt ray tf I-"}* into the world l>y his I That there .18. money lajcrowug to : u>g tlj dots n .ilh 'Ii", .
> ami that
in I it
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nutrr county ) 1
.. lo fulfill thus It ale ) !ksaii( price lhoQIJ ly guod.. g-)rion* and. triumphant rwarrrctiou. I !
Ry. bat the time nrceraarr make ::,rote from a email!l rate" i" FnxiTi'iET"w\:
( to 8110rI.y.
Many firkh will show a yield of tit bar.rein "The fort of there.torrKtwn, w stoke r+land ; ;
militated against them.However "! OJllcQi..ly; by tl.e fti\ It.al1r i .'
pruti-n woueb'. bar "
engagement wliirhU much almve theavera.e. vouihe-1 for by over the hundred' | Nn4..j
call well for our ( J. 1" I it<*n. of lunia, rt1't'1't'tJ ail. 'ck i VVttite riniHrr f..r eanviiiH sbr.
.c this speaks It is nrtdert. for that amount p ,d U) bun by Mr. S. M. i Ittm'.tf' .rrh '111.I1... tin
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an'aaton. They will fpecial rill MOO b** tout on. unto iWtifelj and irfittiJojifiy |
; 0'1 a
musical or
'.... bal: ) ._- nitKh ne..lrtl lioj(r far true and trrnity. j AU>brv )k. al.! .., of that pW, for tl.. fruit i Harnnrrk, all prur.:5.: up all) tilt ,
:i engagements for next Monday, ; from etgbl-wrr <.teh. ..
play two an ( ; All stool dull .c.aru. with
son ( pa.arhCarpets
From the frt deathlike cf
rOK SALE AT IJ.1KOAI x *rn. tate 'f4
and the other at Ostevn. I{ Jn l whatatnonnlcf |-*,fit Mr. [tiIN'" _
... : JOM at Cocoa and unbelief .e emerge at the East 1JiiUm.*, rp, fJlklvth f.i
.Ufrpril me mill offer 10 j.\JIt1 may I I"ill make (0<11 (If ihe" ;'*!le If rut known.t n..... .\ f oArJMfllunall..., "k."J" rt
Mr. Ch.... F. Naething, the tarpon 5h- mitch cows for sale, All! fresh since- Jan. tr of. our eiperienoe into the preaoush 1 'ut it i- fV' re
< ii: trig expert and enthusiast, from New 1st. For particulars a.JJI't'MI. if h -male(of eternal certain! life by the the msurwtton pmmiw of *of barb 'U..o |1,.:"}, or tout per acre from the BAGGAGE MAN ARRESTED. {
has boarded his houseboat, E. U. AK-ctx, Ormond, Fla crop which teat Leon !iiilr l ssfice the
.' York city, ri.kr brother j :
Ifrerrr I' in January end which u now 'nett- one IIr tlA Floarla 1.IO.a..t .
: -; .the Rose Marie, at Lower MctwuabU, FOR 8ALK. 'Wp need thus tape today lO+ "'t'It1..n tloar.hint with an nnsreally large yirkIof Pauiway tafae arrt. t.w U-rn laodrrlin l

,: '. aoota Cf Miami, where I* will spend all| and enerjpi* u* for the evrr prt .nt '. tt.< b>i!". Ibis film u .ia"y iI'J.&IWt. .
moolh angling for the "silver Flat bottomed &h hit and a 8t l<:4. d'Oiiict. W> need it to bring the b.UV ---a ho is kww, iliargntJ +d wait pifrnrg ba. }?
,,' of tosnrd: cbuat In good o"ItWill to a Kicirofol i"i*. than at the rand Wt" .. in tranrtot.r the
iateo- >TICK TI/ tins fl BtlC gae lug "
: Naething's
I ,beaatiea.: It is ) be.1 cheap. IagoireatTna tuOffit'\ triumphantly shout with teal O t
... '. ; n.aJ : ,(..1. H'1''I t', etres b->Uw I* lo .I&t"-
,I i};>: "..; ,- ', lions to beat" hU record of last year .hen death where Uthvs4ing* 0.grive, where I Line opo-rlt'tl a Er-'ivry store sod :as: .) hand, was arrested by lt>.- X Johns OHM*

;' ;:a. hit landed twenty-five of these 6tb. All FOB SALE CHEAr FOB CASII. U U.y victor)" W* nl it at the hart a hunnt and rwiarlirsj hne1in the tv autivrfiUrt and has i,," 1> a.-.4 owlet
., W the present! outingKI.KCTIOX SS of hi h pat day that we may ben>Untt-J worthy ; nm.1'UQr building. at the corner ofMain a'II"J! brd by the jlk" therej Hh.A
that fi sh caught on About arm good < land onlheertorooeanstd and and ,
Washington avetrur
\ to *tar>re the ]u '. "- wm be unte4. : of he Indian river \ri. O .tllC1l It, fir ih.e put.tncMs. .
m Grin ve p >pJe;shake off the etronaP a.ini tar court to pratp.ne hit hrariat
'" at the Narrows, described as fallow; Lot ipJoVfif* sad fear of a barren inter .. M. I. 1'iuw c ..
eaton until I* nit ure arias-
Ot'l'ICE&S. No. X, section $5. also lot No 3, section and in the torn of the --- ------
31 hope recur It* court h4 cwt tLe eiarmraiWn i.r
'; Att IDflDbNt of the Progtwsivedab blame 36.This in land toweabJp is unimproved south, range but finely 39 ran.to- rrctk>n .4 oar great eat twin, fight !g-..l. COWKTttasviH May 4tfi 1I"I'kiM ubf chargrrl 4111. aGa't.

tn requested to be preen en Moa cated. For farther prticoiaf; address fight of iiith. Cpr-,i1 thus K .,.ir day give To the HII.-JArnith t..1' W tog a 'f..flUl, ra3uab'eleweiry brJ. ')i:' I
- ". UL ira) basis plea to the bntht nor fcf the tan t,( The n. to ti.AJrI! .,. nil tuLlJ tot
411 afternoon. May 5f E. M, Low. get your work .t.->R* only nap-nbacttmth t aurttl1tttl"J s
...-ckcSIft of &(ere for mg MXir Brockton }f..... 1..1C1It1MlJl; and ii.ptrrd by 0. I lens C'fIt-ol in t>>,,n. AH work f
I!.-i', 1Dontla.> A. F.Moaeaer. ot a uc day J'nM fu.ant o.n6Jrnth'. ..ianatred an.J promptly etterded! to. Tux Fret hlJ arrests rnade 10 t>aocec.tion '. .
!.:_ .. $4'7 and Trea HUir*SMITH SHOr. ta the cause Ih 1oe.. : Work due cheaper t(.aa anywhere in w lib tt.i* alleged: n.o\ c+,a4 rtb4ry I
i: :' '.' 'It t!' 10.n.1.,1 tinting, pJoBibirg, ami .ue (tut FxtiAOoci: white, aol Will )1.,.
!i'ft;: -:> '4 ''.' W..UfTUJ. 10.'& fo jrt I do all kinds of blacksmith TUB Salt.Caevra general) 'f'pannc done at the TitHTil tic. cok>rv: i. The w lute wan U bat i>o I

l : ': ,-- ,tikttct fur .Uinc. by crate.. and wagon work, horse jhc-cr-j ] Hiuktomb :shop C<.cw ore, Owte all, ':"Jjj teal w Ink the nryro U Uiil u,o. .
,: ,<, _. < ,_. ..- #-, .r n 11(. R ."",.1)(,_,_.. and gnu repairing. Call and see me.' seed K& per 1,0'ft.. 13-1 you bU t. dote nght by. coed in U* juJ. taticg Lcitr brcnOrta j
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"If tt* pie continues they abosldrtww battled aboard and. made faat The

ttescued up off Chicago to"tb raomtor at crew was hauled into the l1tebol and

9 .'clOck."Ibe'JI" the trouble begins. It. fifteen ornate later than ProfessorCox i
f' ** win be Impossible for the, vessels to bad predicted the schooner Iron I. I t

4 On Time torn the north breakwater and make Cliff bereft of her crew, was pounding
the mouth of the rirer. If either one against the breakwater a helpless .1

of the barges trice to tow the schooner wreck.

in. abe will break away and go aabore, When safe In bed at the life saving T I

Wncx Of,iron Cliff Was yon may say, at the foot of Tan Bu- station Christensen told the scary of ( .
ren street No togs can bring her In the voyage

L ; ,PredIcted.and Lift Sa*>- against thla'gale. It win be Impossible "Where were you at 9 o'clock last F

for them to make South Cofcafo harbor nlghtrIn b
"." .1mtood A..a'dy.A .
even witb'the steam craft lending sight'of the Milwaukee light*.
assistance. was the answer."I r

"Let us hope that the gale dies down 4 --- ., d
Story of the ynttU Statt
and li that event all of the ships wiP have Chi ) '. Stomachand ,
a Y LV- aCini Strict:and for ware in safe and sound. If the gale 1iaerTablets with most satifactoryrtsuJts A Sure Cure s

WorK: of 1h9.,r4tral continues there Is no hawser that will ," sajs Mr*. F L. Phelps, Houston. soras, Coma. BonJoBa,
Weather 2 rou. bald the sailing craft against the sea. Texas. For indieeetfor btlkKunes* Gins Broke; Contracted Muscles. Um Back. Stiff Joints,
and mnrtipation tin I *? ta 4f U are nvct Frosted Feet Burnt Scalds ttc.
forlorn '
It sterna a hope. excellent: For sale l>y Red Cross Phar AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation, subdues lafiaa-
Professor Cox turned to the tele-
eye motion, and drives cut Pain.
Chtcago and the central west. that phone. Jn a moment be was talking PENETRATES the Pom. loosaaa the Fibrou TUtu'i.

'depend OQ Professor Henry J. Cox of with Captain Frank Fountain at the Belter Thna Jrffrra... promotes a fm circulation ef the Blood cmof the Muscles "

.- the weather bureau for predictions, life saving atlon. He warned the captain j. One of the greatest compliments Senator natural elasticity. i

would Gave, but little protest to' make to look out for the vessel, to und Spooner ever received contrasted BEST UNIMENT ON EARTH

if the man 'In the tower could foretell ready because be felt that the crew of him! in his breeziest style with Thomas ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED
with the sailing vessel would have t, be taken Jefferson. his best to the bitter's disparagement -
atoms and atmospheric change
from a wreck. When a young man CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM .
' the accuracy with which he foretold a -
The reporter returned to his office
Spooner was engaged to deliver the .
'wreck off Chicago in 1800, say the Chip and repeated what Cox had said. lIe
Fourth of July address In a small town. Mrs. B. A. Simpson, 500 Craig St., Knoxville
was told to go to the life savins station Another young aspirant for fame named Tenn., writes: "I have: beta trying the batbiof
.,', and stay all night lIe tried to Clinton read the Declaration of Independence Hot Springs. Ark., for adatk rbeumatitm, but I t

make the trip, but a fifty mile gale h a which was followed and get more relief from Ballard'a Snow XJnlmenl .ktr

- hard thing to fight After a futile effort: Interpreted by Spooner's eagle screamIng than any medicine or anything ban em tried.
to maLe his way along the south pier speech. On his way home Spoouer Inclosed find poatoffice order for f 1.00. Send n.

be returned and said that be could not met a countryman one of his auJleuce large bottle by Southern Bspiesa."

,. make the station tbat night! lIe would who complimented him after this pattern THREE SIZES : 25c, SOc AND $1.00BE

wait, until daylight and'go to tbe station. : That was a magnificent speech SURE YOU OCT THE OEMJWC'

[ of yours, Sir. Spooner think the very Snow Liniment Co.ST. I
At 7 o'clock ho entered the life saving, best I ever heard. Anyhow, It knocked Ballard .

r .- station. He went to the bnnk room Clinton's all hollow. LOUIS. U. S. A.

platform, but there was no fleet insight -
Then, to avoid the gale, which Hut Couch Mod toe Children. j

was still raging, he went Into the station When von buy a cough medicine for
to await re-suits. He Ml not haveto .mailebil.irenyou!! want one in whici
wait lonif. you can place implicit (,onfiJ'n.... Von SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

r An hour later the gang In the m& want one that not only n-lievt-a but t'ur.a RED CROSS PflAMUCT, TlfOSHLLE. and EAU GALLIC fHJBMICT, EAU OiLUE

t'r room rang. Through a tube running: You 'ant one .that is ur.qiharmlm" t\Oflallly .. -
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You want one that ill i plt'alltnt
down from the lookout station thi
F on
to tale. Cltatnln-rlaiii's! CousliiwHsallof iwmedy
roof came the command: tlu-sie conditions There i is Southern Railway.

"AH hands to the boat rrxim." nothing K> g,n) I
The crew ohto.t'ltt>r makin chihiticxl. It is also
incident to a certain trntTI\'E AMI. 10, 1001.Xo. ,
ready to Innnch the surfboat the captain preventive and cure for croup, and --------- --, -. .' ---,
went to the ppeaklng tube. there is no danger whatever from whoopingrouch SI iie1w.eaJuk.oal11I. .
aced N w Vork. i'il
'_ "What Is It and where away?"' he whert it is ;i\.n. It has tern il ly _1 Daily. | r
called. used in many epidemics of that di t'ft!'(' 75ti p '____'_ 4 20a I Lv JA4k5l1I'1It'IIL.un. .So. H,. Ar. V W a------ f... It
with perfect Fiimsi. For pale by Red 1: 15a'______ I 1S< J.S4\'lIuuabHa._.____ ....*ia lij. Ar. t19a: -. .!i3as:
'Tbrt''E''f'' ))8 In the northeast From
1155 a, t 1005jij. .lrCha-luau, X. C.- aft LT. t / i sit ;
Cross rharmacv. :.:.:.:::.: : ..::==_- K/;. :_ ___-.
what I cnn make ont of their lines tlievare 8t .___.. .. .. ,. sty .. ''
: p' .1 ((5 5* a Ar Kifhm u R, I. p! 'II. ai pa
tb.Irl) King and Iron Ante" bath I'orO.er fohl j Yrar. 50- -p'_u-__.. 9 4J-a- j, WMhfojton.,-0. C. -.._-- 1.1.-1e1---I.,.. It il a j----,, .al p j
,4._ 4 stenm barges and the Iron ('lifT. 118.5 '-..., 1130 a I Ar. Baltimore. Md,-.--p. R. U LT. lilt a' ._.! e p jJ
'. ; schooner. In tow. They are Leading for Mrs. Winslowi' Soothing syrup l>a" 23.\ pI.-.--__ 1 \r.l'bila.It"lrbi4.I'a.I .. .I' K. KLT. I 3)1 s'. p
been u-ed far over sixty yearn< by ruilliontj .!.Set.a,__._.__-415p- I Ar..XfI.YllrkXL..I..ItULy. Ilft4J., .II' rNun.
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f their rhiUlren hide! forthinif
of mothers >>r w -- --- ---- ----- --- -- -- ------ ---
1--. with {I.rff"t.t suctv>s. It soothes the 33 and Sl-"Xew York nil Florida* Kx: |>ic:**." Daily 1'ulloMD I....taSleeping Bann
Child, eoftens the g'un*, a'lavc al! pain, <'.*r brtwffii J4ctHifiIf! awl Sew York.
a I curt-s wind colif, and i" the btvl rcmtilt' X.... .". and *>-\V lilulton In01101" UmitcJ." Daily 1'1111..0 I>..wtatwirn R.o.aIra'ing
: Car Jark iDTillf and New York.
for diarrhoea. It will trlirvthe |1..1' I
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lillleHinVreriinmeiliately. > : 'hrou.h "Th. Land of Ih. ,15. _
irirts in every part of IHw rM. T""-til}' .I"-.1------)J. kkjr.M (..,.

:yam T fro fiVHcentii alxtitle.) lie ante and a>k f.>r 7 55 if, LT Jv.lsOQ\'ilIe. Pi*;:..- -..___........_____--._--..=.._ .- lb. Ar. I. ,. .
,,, .:, "11",. Winsl .'s Southing: >yrnp! ," and I: 15 si!1 Lv. K.vaan&Lia.- -u.-.u.u....< UU..h..k If. Ar. I
y'.- WITS A CT.ASn THE BOY CLIFF WEST tske'io rI/N/ k'nd. rtOOa, A r. Columbia, S. C,-..---.._.___.__......_._......- Ie. Fy Lt' t U a
; ISOp Ar. Aolirvillf N.(:...uu..uu.h.... j.,. 1.1'. I. II p .
THE 237 1', Ar.IlotSpriug.. S.e......__. ._._.. ._.__.__Uh___..._ I. J.t' lit.. a
Record Herald. Just before the A HAPPYHOME (iOp! \r. J\n..uill...T..nn.. .-n.u........ k". I.y Ifs J
M 1.1_.j Ar. (Ini'tnii, li.tll\c t kl'. Ly ,. _
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life avitis <'fewnt out of commission --- -- .. _- .. -:. : --.==--:.. -- .- -
.4 In the autumn of that year sereu X....-'a and-I'UIIDJiu U,as iGK R..ow and Ilulftt bluljq tsat hMtHtea J--rillt...
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: men were rescued from drownins:: at Is one where health abounds. -. -. -- -..------. .. ,,
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the foot of Van Hurt m''ts With blood there cannot'' t t y
they impure \n.13'Ike".eaJatkw.tlll..dh.!; r >mlle and a1t.i. ''lia.ll
were hauled into the lifeboat the bands be good health. --, -1------ .- -.-. --- ---- ----- .- ,
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of the clock to flftoeu mlu- - r H.jII "' It1---- .----.. -. At. : t. ;'
&*-< pointed Just With a disordered LIVER there ,- _u 3x a Ar. :....,.". "'I. Uy-...... .-.. ......-...-... IA.I' U
utes later than Professor Cox had predicted cannot be good blood.Ttitt's A 2II.'t.I Attaota. S. liyNi. -.. .. ..'-HU.t... :u. t .
that the 1'E'S8t'lv ulJ I* wreck .. 915 II: Ar. t: athuj\.I., .1".t... ,l1N j t

set. 7 I11 PI -L t"ii.dur.ati.tlnriniiatl.. llunrn.t'imtst/.:-:...:.: Lr.:.. ays:
Ills prediction of the wreck wa* M40I" LT.Ar.. H>( K ur UIMIIC --_.__.. _u. .. Lr 7N. -
made twelve hours liefore, and m ho Pills n, 1.1.I! :CLkf 2. _. ..Hit Four taut. .. .:-. :.. .L.. ill p
sat In bli office In the tower the location ._ Hai PI Ly. CiLrinimi, I'm l.in.'u. _no. A' I IN a
A of the vessel whlrh was later : ':. 710.E j Ar'biroltePeua: : I"! O---'____ L Y. sets t
:; -V 8 15 p; I.T. (Ynriuaati r-"jf A II -\fe-f*S7 :-_ Ar fit.
wrecked wit unknown to him. That .723_ .ai5so ArLv. rbirajru.t1noiiu.atl. C II. A IL-M4.mn.. .... .... .'. 1* .*
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night tlwre was much anxiety In Chicago reivlfy the torpid LIVER and restore .. _. p &. 1,1 ('. H..tIr->lMb. (>fti... .. 4r'i ,fit) .
for three yes eels that were knownto its natural action. aj Ar. TuicJn C' II .t II-yli.h. (:tIll ._ ._ I'*
be on Lake Michigan. They had l :.. J.-L'" ArIetrniL: C:. ILAIi-Ukb. rA. :--- .. L': Nays'
sailed from the north end of the lake ," A healthy LIVER means pure .. vP; "LT. ( iniinrati.iorinuati.. IVnn Unr. _._..- .. ._ Ar. 1j ,
Just before a fifty mile gale broke out -- blood.. .. .. 5M. -:Ar I'itt..rit. __",I'riili. -Idn..._.:_" _":" Lr i III p,
of the north. There were many mariner -- -. :'. Pure blood means health. II SO V [.v.4 ni/FawnAr ;.I 1x115- --
.. _..m_ 84.5 a AJ1(1evriand. ___.HuFanr_ ..- -_... __ On 1.1' 1se
t' who felt chary about tbe craft Health means hlppl e5l. : : : r
-- -. .- 530p-L..L.tinttun.J Ni. Ky...,......... ... ......_ Ar H tl .
and more than one believed tbat nothing fake no Substitute. All Druggists.KILLTHf __ _.' S 10 p Ar. l/rtii"ril>. So. Uf--. .....__.._ __ U ITM.
more than the wreckage of upper 732a1 t Ar. St. 1/mU. K Ky.. .
f 1 -- } Lr
Forks from the vessels would ever ;; ; I : ._ ., : :.--.:::::.:::' :.' NNp-

come ashore. ECI : COUCHAND S<..lJ .P .'"- wbJ'tl and l i'uilroan 8No. IH .iAc C'al't 11o-1"'t'II J,.. kwcvill*sad QariMutilwrm .
f4- One Teasel owner went to a newspaper CURE THE LUNGS .. .

.: per Omand asked that the correspondents I. 5 !r Xo..U -J Ja.'lll. a rax rkaw WAS HACLXD
crro THK ura-
along tbe lake .bort" be .
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I asked It a certain craft had put Into BOAT WITH Dr.King'sNew '----j1Ur, L,. Jl.utiile! Kla. fr.: .H1.-_ .-. .-. --.-.-.V--., Ae.Xt.- ,. .
.._ Ar. AtUnU. '.a K KfHO .. . 1.9.-. .. ___ .
any port. The message was gent out the barter, and when the schooner _. 11 45 a Ar. I'inninjhatn i Ala tr -. I.w.. _.
and while the worried owner waited tarns l.rwdsl to the wind the Is liable VVVVV 1\ 05 I''r Mzpj.hi*Tnn Frtrn .. .. I.* 1 3 ? u
f.- for answer a reporter was seat to eIToreMor <' to part her baw ers." Discovery _,-,.,. :, 1141).. a Ar. Kao.t ( 1(,. Mo.. rn"-II. to I fJl :::.
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Cox. "There they are. Cox seems to have /CONSUMPTION Price Nan llaad ll-'TLe )I1f.n" r illlI..I"' teasE
r-' The weather man took his inapt and bIt it right," said: the captain, with com FOR I OUGHSand SOc & S 1.00 "( EI.LF\T1)1iIM. ('Altiits If L.

began to study the latest reports is to posture.Tbe LJOLOS Free Trial. J. C. Lt.!".. Utrkt l ._Dln AC..f, tWI Mr.l He, N..i, J_kM.*Mu n..
I wind Then with a little figuring be three vo 'I"lc l labored on. Jnit C. II. ACI. F RT.tt.M. \f.III"JlAJt.U ... A. >
Surest and Quickest Cure for all
Bald .
: before they nJlt1. the turn a line wanpisced THROAT and LUNG TROUB- ". II. VtAREWICK.P.T.B. itlawtMa$4 A. (J. f A
1:: Ton tell me that these vessels aret
aboard the tcliooner from a j LES, or MONEY BACKLrCoIilsi
stanch craft If that U the cave their tug with the help of the harse. and ache TZXEBridgeport

E' V riptaioa will try to run before the gaze. was puUrd l.rt lide. to the sfa. i -
and to long aa they do they are In little "Snap. !aap. snapr' With a report j The Motor!

danger. If the gale die out all the Lie a cannot the hawser partpi. Tlie .
Cert! will mal the port of Cw>ao or Iron Cliff wa" adrift. Fbe was

., oath Chicago. le*.. and nil eff.vt tt) re''iie her fH.tr--1 r

.:. "But there li this mn t: If thin gale futile! With a
continue the vessels cannot make any the breakwater, at Van Bnn-n strew I that !

-0: port on the west shore. They may tryF tremble like a frisbteced child x mnis j MqJIt
It but a* acre M the attempt is made a leek; aol sunk I It should b? borne in nisd that

rt' one or more of them will be wrecked.One. 'fteut..tnJt in tow of two tnc ran 1 every cold wciieos the loaf low-
era the vitality and the ----- -
you ray. U a wiling ik-hooner In wit !'n f!fty fret of bT rail. Tbe crew I I slates for the more prepare serious diseases I -

t:" tow of a steam barge and another Is of w>vn c:tLeml near the oars rail j among which are: the two -V UU :--- _bit> a steam barr They are cafe Tb. raptsln t-t the life crew C'SIIroI out .1 : greatest dcst.ojrrt cf hat life, "trt'n&tb.
enough to kag as they run before the diwtlon thrum a tcrpipbice 1 pneumonia aa eassrrnption.
wind but they cannot make a harborIn "Stand by foUr fo eaS I. be7>L ; I : I II It hii.', plrnt)' of petal and It h

this gate. The minute they turn '"('attfl the L'jAt tine h.aulln the jacket'Itrol.y Chamberlain'sCough f -t whenit dfx-H tbe mint ijood.

/ hrradsUe to the wind nothing can bold m.tk>r fast to tie to"Oltot 11 It I h t-rfett iu dH,;a and work

,:' '.' the nlR&g craft from bets blown get your men to the rail pet on the i I Remedy i ulan..hlp.Ei .
agaicat breakwater.. life jacketa and come overboard rate at I I

TraumJcg that I am rtght and a flare I has won its gnat popairity by ha ,rtblna mean WJmtthID&:.
that they an now panning In the The mate of the Iron CHIT was Christopher prompt cum of this moat cccoII send for tlulogut.

torm"-he looked ep at the clock; It ChrUteosen. He hurled back a tilmest. It aidj ezpectoratice, roc --- ,," --,
was 9o'clock at nigbt-'unlw they buoyant "AJ aye, atr." Croochiagbeide lintS the longs end opens the

hare put ta aroood one of the laUodala his captain he waited for tie I ecretioos, efiectiaf a needy aadpenaiomt Bridgeport Machine & Motor Co.
It cocateracta
the take bat. cere.
upper they are BOW light lli1f'1 the lifeboat row to the ,
"0 tttag with the ..... Their crew .are erect of a ware the Kgat Use bot out. ;=toward poeuttoaia.

< new wttMm tight of 1M Milwaukee The ab was true and U fe'.l! at the Lute SUe soc. Bridgeport Ccia.

-- 1'gits! ff m-a.t>. Tb JariH trnJ?.T wa" I .
r- ... _- F. N. HITCHCOCK CO., Agents, Thsirille, Fl6riLL ,

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cam. :>

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.. '-' FRIDAY, APRIL 28,1905 THE. 'FLORIDA STAR 3.'i' ,;. ",

: ., --- .- ., ,. .
t: tilNEBAt; DIRECTOEf. driven ) J .. l'
th typhooo
? nrrpt aboard alone number 350 and draw la .
sp orer annual o: a.e iervie M well I as fcy the natural t \
::t :'i _: were exhausted and, otDe of the crew ILLINOIS] MAIL SERVICEExtent salary score than ftxxtOCXX la the Increase in tae tuitness *f poctoCket 4
h .4 $ Tomr D'I'v--.. 47.: tbe water 11'1'10 scarce that the fourth class offices. there are over :.00> already e.tabl: :>hcd.Tli ,' : i.

r, *s4OWIQOFfCa-UT.LLkoUia4Lator taaklnj of iottp was tpetsded pending postmasters whO'*dr'aw over JSOXTOO > the X1.f 3dlttar of the pott. + ::.. <:

..;, C Yaw Natle7 -?*1 ** t"I < u5 ; the tall of rate. Salt water abo bad of Uncle Sam's Postal annually while ta.the District of Co- office partmeut U one ,of the largest ",.- :\

; J* ,& Fy... dent ud Uasarer Job found Its way into the bread casks. laaibta. Including! the offlc of the postmaster of all the c "eroaieat departments, th* : -i:.
; r t SS&JWi/S- J> b..R..t. Just before the Falkland tslaada werereached Business In One State. .
general and the Washington aiagle
? i SduI."LrIlo o".F. A.llorpa.-W. lavetttrnt -f the government In a 'j'h
.. .,. .. a n.... tM coo l the crew went forward and city postoflce, the Illinois salary list ute d. -s net begin to tw represented lf
.... ... ; asked the : -
: it. eKJa DIOId.L captain to put la there for amounts to tS"QU a year. 'ie above quoted.
:I,, ty fisurw >- J;
proricbmx. He PAID OUT IS EAT.ARTrxS
: :; ..OOCTTTT D1KXOTOKT. Informed the men that Them are more than 1500 clerks There an .** fuUIc bulVlincs. fort .. ).:
1 teas what Intended to da from IHn<4* In the po totS
x : OBumomf-TiUeooaty jsdgt P.L>.OmaldeB'PftV1,. Titan Titea- 0a the Q7 tcros from New Tortto &a lgsatrstle. .f G.verare.t eo. state. Of this number more than 500 arsenals t.-;tier with their slurs >"::. f;

Hongkong oa the outward voyage, draw salary of from Jl.000 to $3.000a which owned the l 1
$ jm .ji i i.1&torMJ; A. AcE & irart trot .r "'Wh ttflttie.-.P..t.ctee are by government g _
TitBSjvill*. clark dreoit eoort p. A. Me one of the sailors "we caught two year and S.OOO receive a salary la many Instances and each depart '.r
.* S1 MUla, Yss u..w.tu 111'.1.L W. Ita)1. Larks, each fourteen feet long Nothing Exp ..*. !. 19O4 Auoaatrtf to11. ranlug from $G)) to 41.000. la the cent of the government Las: Its will ifl
rbT1Wsrtlia..ax wlkctor: ;Joha Ueary.Tltas- of special Interest was found la- 000,000-Cre 'naF .f Emyl.ree.. \ .
ag rt .ttt" clerks are paid more army of ectployeea from and in Illl- ;:
;} o 4ttll UMKren J..JL Walker Tinavill, aLe them, and sowe cooked them and Other u... .( CovrrBOieat Iln.n- "
: )
than $aouu.t a f
...1k :sa tcadeat if pablk iutnetioa.0. martThe 15)45. SupjMes amounting to severalmillions I
",, # Fiksv.TiUtrUl*. eoonty surveyor. J. p. ate them.' Coming through the China ..... v free delivery service, includingthe of dollars year are purchased :
,,"; ,f' } Brown.Tit uville,sberiff; W g. Norwood. stn, we found It covered with snakes salaries of 1..t.kb carriers at $1.000 In the state and millions in pensions

lV .'"", t TUasvUlg. regiatrstioB .ffl *r. They were brown and white black and With the growing damor'tor government a year.- l.l" at salaries ranging from are paid. -F.//

,, ;.,: CWUJTTT COMMLSSI05EKg.-R A. ConkUafrTilltaaa white and J'I11nd whit! The water owTn-riUp of public utilities wait $;3*) to $.S 0 and about ;00 substituteeatua *,
: "'' chainnaB was alfve with them and had fun farts and figures lout the Par tAI sere .
; W. E. Walker\ we $2.UuO.OtiO more a year In addition A Klag's )ew Pa' J
'/. toaviUe; Joba E. Miot IiuiUool; Joa. C. stooping them np in nets and killing Ice one' depuritucnt of the uat Sou's there were in Illinois last yearilUS King Leopold of Belgium hat liken ;;
Jones, Quay; J. Frank Bell. White Otr. them Of the fttN"O.mtmben of the business unuer e.etu;;,.eat tvutrolu
s rural free delivery route which Kissesslon of the new Japanese palate I"
;.ffi;...: 1'. :::1&1'&Ou are held Ant Monday crew who sailed from New York on theJohnanna It affect Gina' Lujr U- of interest.eaya cost the government $$1.ltn3.\"i maintain la the Royal ]>ark at I-aeken says Les t

,l "; nine left her at Hongkong. Leroy T.1'Nral. the Wau> .tcorreponder.t \>u lie's Wt'(' "'. It is divided into wveralwings. "

51;,1 ehairtosB,8ebrt' A.J.carter Corn
: ; Wit ty. ;J. M. lWhit ass aty.Typhoon: nlarlPj4 Aug. 17 last with a cargo of bamboo In W04 the loo.to1&N? department of tueiulout Item in the state. The mail dozen cnely decorated drawing room. t t

aIoDa are beat Ant Konda7 aD beta GDLL and Japanese art goods and curios. the government ellot'iitlcd la the state contractors la Illinois, including only The1 furniture, the ornaments, the 1

---- Tea days out the typhoon struck her. of Illinois alone $1J.(skJkkl in round Use railroads hauling mail, were paid sculptures tb. paintings, the Krwns
: > It raged throughout Aug. 27. 2S and 2) numbers. This is the minimum amount approximately $&(IIA" in l'>o for and the NUt acre executed at Tokyoby

;;; c and came from the eaat-nonbeast. expended, and it U tiled iservly as au tbi twice. In addition Illinois had tie best Japanese .rtb t Mara

"The copper colored sky neeroed\ to be Illustration of what the government over Mkt clerks in the railway mail than :,(0) e.-ctric Kghts illuminate thepalace r "

right down on u*." said Edward Taub- expend In slng'.e: : state la a year to service who drew salaries aggregating \\111"thf' king intend* giving: t

Sl101e.rit" man, the mate a Maaxmaa who knows maintain a popular and Important nearly $Il" .()N). The mall messengers some gorgecttt receptions lu honor of

flail Calne. The seas were like mountains. branch of ltd BenK-e. It g-ws not onlyto showed over Sfrt Illiaolsaas on the shah of Persia next. summer.
for the mail routracta within -- -
pay the pay roll at $ iOIO, and the star
the state and to rent, light and fuel I Health I* loalb.IINJIW .
"How high were theyr'Well fay
route Ferrite in the stale cwt J125IX JI),
.f Crtttr bill, but it also supports a mall I and .khHt brine old
of Ship Johanna you know the twenty to thirty army distributed among 113 contractors. aile.
story building* In New Yorkr of men In Illlnol approximating liOOo Kent light and fuel in the potofficbuildings Herbine ukf every men ing before
. .; ; Encountered 'Both In Taubman replied.MJn_t Imagine yournelves Innumbtr.. Using the ordinarily accepted .. break fust, will keep Yhl in rn>m 4 lieahh,
c.. cost J23.,0(
,. bear at the bottom of of multiple, the government employees I6t I you to ward off,tiM'*?*'. It currsmn*
t one
,', Long Voyage. The figures alwve cited are constantly ",tipaiktn. bitiiuttsnrwa, dyr > iat fotrrkiu
| rp
-" In Illinois in the de-
i-ostofflc-e I
J them on this ship and looking up at
growing. There Is not an Item that l liter ami kidner iwnplftints. It
r the root. Tnat's .how blga they were. partment alone support approximately will be reduced In the future, but. on Hirtfint the blot! )&l and clear the CIHIH
Soiled We were then about forty mile south 50.00" people on their nalartai. Under Mrs. UV
For "Day Amid Wodu the contrary, practically every one ls plexion. Smith.'hitnt.'Y.,
>"'; th. Af the Borodino Island, la the straits the old system, with no civil service I sure to be increased by the growing Tex j write.April 3,.., HHC: "I hUt .
\ or Hljh at Sliyjcraperjtf 6t Formosa and tor forty-eight hour regulation: covering the carrier clerk demands far an extension of the pottCurr nied Ilerbme and find it the \>rt\ nwtlicinr -

Jtt yorK: Hard- we were bove to. and railway mall "l"t\'lt, the jhmlbii- ----- ._- forotiHi|"*tioti and liver lr"ribles. .
!i:': *Mft4 of the Trip. "She didn't take any heavy seas until ties of a great political machine being *Cough Bad Cold. It does all inn claim fur it. I can l h |hi)' 1:
i'c we got a sudden hlft of the windon organized among these employees 1* n-rommt'n.' it." &\'. :Sold" by liedCnw ..
... Mrs. C. Peternn,6:3lake: StTntwks. I I I'dsnimry and FAt the and
after that
27th. thing were .t1dl1ylt'f'D. ;
t Kan rays: "Of ail!) cough remedies IU) }.au Gtilte, Fla,
.'.: Her steel hull showing plainly the confused. On Aug. 28 we bad squall Illinois U not the most represented l.rdV Huffhotuul Syniiis my (avurile; Ins 1:

>.,' terrible strww it bad.underg in bat fast and furious Bn1llDM't"tI8lulln violence tate In the postal service. but it 1* remarkably it tia and will d i all that in l.l.ilnt"Ct yvO.dBTOltt.A. .

\ thug with roaring typhoon In the Pacific all the time. The barometer was well represented In point of for it-to speedily cure alt "' 11I.han.1 1ta Ia1 f Iu.liun IoI
; and adverse winds la rounding falling constantly, and the sky seemedto numbers and In the annual plIArlf'ldrtwn. coldand it is no grrt and plra ant to aura tSe
be right down around the ship. rosttu.ister in the first, m1 the t"-\r 1:.-.1 O M Pharmacy and Eau &gut Ift 1
.s Cape Horn ia a voyage which covered ,
"At S o'clock In the morning the situ ond and thrltw offi'i-s of the I't Te' Gallie I'lurmacy tall: Oallie, FU. ..
s-: more than :().<(1() mile and lasted 211
;<' atiou was so critical all hands were
: days, the full rigged ship Johanna, with
'.' called on deck to stand by. At 9:30 i
< a crew of twenty men arrived In Newt o'clock that same day the wind shifted !

' York from Kobe. Japan says the New from northwest to west- outhw t. andIt

' York Prcw Some of her sails were was blowing hard. The Juhunua

} 'i gone, and one lifeboat was lost and another knocked down until her scuppers were <

i :' stove In. At one time la the awash, and we cut away the foresail
and the main topsail to keep the ship CALIFORNIA
',:' height of a typhoon the big clumsySbk
! from turning turtle. Other sails were I
S q;
torn tome and whipped to ribbon by
i Y { .
r s9r.ctFa the wind.

"On the morning i>f Aug. :!) the wind

} f' was blowing, flerci'ly from the southwest Do you want to live where the climate is mild the year round-
is;.1 and the 11(0:111n'rC' higher than
l !.>' 0"'t ever. The decks were swept fore and where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather, and where 4

att. One bont wa carried away and animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with cold ? I

't .. another was smashed. Everything
f'"":'.;-;,F.1--',\r.; v lapse "ou the deck also wa swept Do you want to live in a region where the resources are more

= ?t away varied than in any other equal area in the world, where the divisionof
7P \! Finally after the typhoon had subsided

/ : und rt'pnlrt had been made 1'aptaln great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm that
..(,., Y. Melvor fimired out that he had been
will ?
delayed flo Inuit he would encounter assure you a competence

. :.:., head wind* all the way to the Call of Do you want to live where, with a minimum of labor, you can
Good Hope and that there was nothingfor

arm him to do but to round the Iloru.He grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit, oranges, lemons,

". laid the course of the Johanna between olives, prunes and almonds, alfalfa and grain, where crops are sure,
\ the Pelew Islands and Yap 1<-
% '. land along to the south of the Caroline business is good and capital easily finds profitable investment ?

>u.. I. Ilhuwpau....l the Gilbert group Then go to California, where both health and opportunity await
I J the Solomon Islands, New Caledonia,

"s f. :." .' Australia and the northerly end of your coming.
,;; New Zealand.
i .
s. Port Stanley In the }Falkland. wa

reached on Jan. 10. and the famine The Chicago Union Pacific andNorthWestern
5 T-_< stricken crew there found n'ltf In the
V ,
new and freh store obtained, end

new!ipapeni were received kh told !

.-; something of Uu happeuiiuc In the ; Line

world! at tann during all the month* I

the Johanna tutu Nvn ail'iat. In one ,

:/ week the ship IDa" .. only :3'. mK' is the direct fast
most route to the Pacific Coast, and there are two

A Oaady for Bars. through trains daily via this line, over the famous double-track

s> between and the Missouri River. Colonist
[)r. IVrjrn, Lana III., write: "I have railway Chicago One-way

.y n... t c CiMntnended it to my friend v I amnmtident $
.. .. there! i is tin U-tter roa.!... It H<< 3 the rate of $33.00 from Chicago, with corre-

-. i a dandy for burns Tf",*w "I.! .) lice onf 3 spondingly low rates from all points, give you

.. (f irni* are especially! liable to many acrtd.r.tal
THM 6KA WU'Ln& WITH .u..5. caw, born, brutx. which heal I an unusual chance to make the trip.

e craft was in su'h* peril that the entire rapidly then lUlUrd' r.o" liniment >*
crew w a.*, called ou d"rk to tan,l by api>!itii. It should itUavM be kept In the These tickets are good on daily and personally conducted
slash the lmm-ls bf tiA** f.r (3*-n of finenwricy *."c. :We excursions, on which a double berth in a Pullman tourist
with ready to .
and let axes the twwrrln mt go; by the and f I 0). lied Cr."*w Pharmacy and KaUllie : sleeping car from Chicago costs only S.oo Round.trip ticketsarc
( ( Fua iillie Fla.
Pharmacy ,
.. : board. In the nick of time sails were always on sale from all points at reduced rates via the
--- -- --
tons ttte wind aba! -d uuVenljto

let away her rl;art berwjf aud tlsea uncle.rare .- Color O..a'.. Caroatl... Chicago & North-Western Union Pacific and
; pylevc she vuddrU lwCUI'th... Lather Hurbank. the California horn i i ,
enlrar1, h.14 produced a carnation I

'. 1"f storm. bwu following; the water fr which changed color three time* w.thlp Southern Pacific Railways.
the Crt three days utter It came tato ,
| thlrt"'Z1 years said Captain .
td.'om. says a Sao Francisco dl'pat'-h '
a stout. Judy tavt'b highlander
I On the tr t day the carnation ws pure I
"and this Is the longest voyageI W. 8. KNaatkH
white, the second I
day It beaati
wa a :
ever 11112,. We should have U-en ID p T w. C a NW Kr ce.arr.. IlL
fa NotI bU!', and on the thrJ! dayit
port a month or *lt wee' ate"The fbnn "d It raiment twtib f.ttt: v.t.l tin la my .JJr.". C-it: >r&.* ..w..u. &.S. >(< fi1
to red. !
a deep
anrulwr -
.. ..... .
voyasr lT&t tfc* previous slew FILL IN THIS COUPON P+ 'n aa eraat sus uas Ie""' {
this It co tuiiwJ until tI.u' Lefai
." going voyage of the J .*nnl. In NoTember. -
!,d Last
r )1r Bartunt'sfew
.. !'..t\. she arrived In New York, year AND MAIL IT TODAY,
remainins plants : I
e N days out from IWlo, In the Philippines
'. comMendamocg covered by g.)phen, and tie posts baverecently
and that trip was
breaker obLtrrated the coke cps::ng;
k'Otar.n! men a
i earaatlons. Ini t* tote:ds too work

,. '_, for sk wne+*. apb to t n>Iw tie biosaont. n'...
This time Captatn Mel"" 'r started oct a

... _
'. .,' .. J to reach New Turk by ruuudlcg theCape Woo a><....."f.... "
., :. of toe.1 lll> .' bet tt.r tyra. "3 .
.. .. l1u. yttie Early fiilrrv, the It
struck the J<*.inna. and .J me wl1..1" DYSPEPSIA CURE
c moos little palls, bate user aw.J rime r/\ API I
'5; that followed geld him M ton? In the iv thesr certain; vet h.rmI.-M and j..ntie
.. i 1 Partflc teat finally he dwrfil \ the ease action upon the ixostis aad liver. The

i j; thing to d. na e to head f w t'aron..>rniI hate rto .-qw sir bilwwixe l*. conHip. W 1'S DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT

I : ,., .round It at 4 \\QC! np the .:eresn t>tin, etc They do not awaken tL k., : ath. gnpe" <* oke you feet ick. Osceatrd. I l '
I Y;:j ::..: twaaL \
I ..'," J ..Before the }'.kland tsJ* were .5wy* prvfrrrwt pry rtrtcg hen '.X X7B k E. C. DeWITT & COMPANY. fC'UirCAGO; ILL.
! if< oU be Red Crts PharmafyGaUie ar4iu
, :. ;. .. recbrd the pt'dT.k'lO fcat hard rasp- } l'hanu.-r. forut' ': /'n..r' ar..a.T't'5'v > fj' "l".r ,'.''L.7 Ka < '.. .<.- ('}.t. I ''.&[: j-tr Yetthorne..p ,
-' whew the heavy seas
It \ .d'dasuwtlon. .
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BILLS POB TBIBD W.E, SrtCUn Concaa Teas, wrlwcirMI :;.
offered with chronic catarrn for
Senator Sam'i bill for the protection of UAN CR08VENOR SAYS:
I look Ft sad It CsoW
:Eased at tb.p.stalee atTtteaviil.aj many year runa ::
wild otten and beavers limiting the
: open b tits
!see.rid.. matt seeu. pletely cured tt*. I tMak 11e;cans
season from !c.tat to March let, wait or N beat medicine ta the world for catarrh.
Bit B. -..-. idfernad > ..
Y- dried engrossed oa Tuesday for iu third My genera health U much lcrprotrd IfIU

ruBusuwgYEETyizDATYOB1fIIfG.gswfaurrsox.R19 reading. ,"Pe-ru-na is an Excellent Catarrh n**, M I aa teach atronger thin I

$ rot uxmatis Senator Sam's bill amending the game Spring hate been for jeaw."-W.K.Griffith.lit .

CsTVoat' snf .0ft.Ba. law was also advanced to its third read. .

die. eqtq ..... malts' aarptwwn. tog on Tuesday. This makes the game Remedy---I am as Well as Ever." 0\ toagrteawa s .,.
t'onho1IIfllW1l1.nowen.Uu kin,Ta**
., law little more rigid. U limiti the number
w Uc QQ11,Y&., write: .
......WI uither i iTo of wild turkeys to two in one day,and
n resit clearly "f cart cbterfuXjr cad f or j:
TJS IIOf Hi ditor to ........'l. for I quail to 30 ft day to each IUD, and provide valuable rtotfdjr. PtI11". to *ty ..* ..-: -

3 i ...... up..a conei o.d that no party of two or more per- mho is t.'ullll.ltll catarrh tad.toIt

< -5+ "r' son shall kill more than two wild turkeys la aced ot a perm,.", aod rffactfrtcure. ..._:
; There are prospect of a Lively fight Inv or more than 40 quail Senator Sdott w ."-H. &..c&

the fcftalatare over the proposed coneU endeavored to add ae amendment providing Ur.Prod P.Saott, Uro ,Ohio. Right
H' tntkmal) amendment offered lathe, bourse Guard of Hiram Foot Ball Team, wrttmM
that the law shook
not apply to -
x by Mr.'Bryan of W ubhJlf The gentiemaa As a pwlflo for lang trouble plant
their inclosed cultivated
shooting on own
in question to amendtteetton Perooa at the head. I have u oi It myself
,r propose premises;bat this was defeated.A .
for coUU and catarrh of the bowrtU
of the constitatJon
1 of snide 19
bill creating the office of state fish and it U a splendid rrmrdy. It restores
of the state of Florid. To be brief, the
and game warden, another of Senator vlUllty, iacrcaMM boJUjr atrrcjlh and
of this imeodmentrwhicb is now
passage Sam's meftrarea was advanced to its third make a sick person well ta a.hort tl..*
c before the committee on constitutional reading. I give IVrun my hearty InJommcnV*

r g amendments, will pot the local option Senator Trammell's bill, providing that Fred. D.butt
before the state of Florida
proportion op when fertilizer ia not aa rrpmwitteJ by (lea. Ira C.'bhult'IttM.tuet, N. W. }

M a unit, and not before the various conn- vendor, and the purchaser suffers damage Wwblngton, It.C., w rite.: $'
tie separately as U now the cue. This, '
by reason of said fertilizer not containing Ie I am fully con vtncfj that your n meoy -
Ei' of tonne, bring on a strenuous tight between 1 UNU.U1& of
the ingredients which the vendor thereof an to&ie. fur aT
f tboee for and thoee against the sale friend bave used it with tb* motbr&eflciai > _
it to contain the purchasermay *
and the prwibility of the amendment being .per rc.ults for C'Uuphf't ),., and catarrhal .'
recover from the vendor the damage
t adopted it not to laughed at by truuU1-Ira C. AUwlUMr r
so sustained, was taken Tuesday.
:' the most ardent I Miever in the sate of in- op kr *. Elmer firming,orator of H...r- ,
Senator Adams said that in his ,
toikanU. No measure will be watched l lf voirCouncllNo, Its, rtbwatC'rft lam :,

: with a greater degree of interest than thi pas&ge of the bill would work a hardship ;Ion vf honor, of MlnnvapotU, SIIwR. "I

t-' and the MOlt.iII beta decided doubts upon every crow roads merchant in writes from ::i51'otlt street. ,l}:..t ;
the state and that the law now on the "I bard lawn ----
until it b finally disposed: of. ? ? >: ,
statute books seemed to him to be ample. VcVsf&jffim troubled all tny
/ catarrh
!. SenatorTrammell! answered elating that life with

HIBE AND HIOHEB. fa country merchant sold a fertilizer 'in; my Leah I '

The following quotation is from an address with a given analysts and it was not what i took IVruiia for + '
** ( about three
of lion. Leslie M. Shaw, the strcre-! it was represented, then that merchant {
[ mouth, and
toy of the treasury of the United States, was responsible. It should he his duty. to hunk I .
boW am \
Jj;: arid what he ctatrn is solid truth: see that his wares contained: certain ingredients pern ancntly 1 \

1=re.; "Ifrjrou take my advice you will never and not the farmer buying it. ;'urt'(}. I tielieve 1;. }.

..ti work for hire. If you work for hire you lie said that the bill could not hurt the -- that tor catarrh 't ::1. 1)).

will never rise higher. If you work fur man selling honest goods. -. in all in forma Hr Plan t' saint+ i
: !. M4iiL 3
:' hire you will find life full of drudgery and Replying, n&tordams- saul- that the Perniia U the 13ttaa.apute_._
kl'; DAN. A. finosvcxoir, It' THE r.ixors OHIO FAMILY. medicine of the -- -
: eight or tea bourn a day is i all you can merchant bought fertilizer bearing the
Hon. I>an. A. Oro:vem>r, DtpmyuJit for the War lK-partmcntin wetter ape. It curt a hrn .111 other r........"" .
i _, stand and keep your health, but if you stamp of the state of Florida, and if the .
. written from Washington; I), r',1'1.1': fall. I can ht> rtllv vonmirri |\ erne
; ssF! work for the accomplishment the thing state could not be held liable, why should catarrh .. Kimtr .
Allow ins to express my grstXude to you for the benefit derived u remedy.-
'. "1.-. ., you are employed to do you,can work sixteen the merchant be made responsible.PiecuHsion Fleming '
f from one bottle of Peruna. One week has brcuztit wonderful changes, -.3c.J
or eighteen hours a day fat and the and
grow spread upon subject
and I am now as well as ever. Besides being one of the very best Treat TaUrrb In "Orl.t.The 4 ..
your lives will ba full of sunshine and some of the senators illustrated what they "... ,
spring tonics It Is en excellent catarrh rcnicdv. ,
U the time
spring lulrvwt r HrrkuOKI }
t knew and others hat did
eong.y they not know
tart winter w .llMr often rt4.r4t
"I would recommend to you that you about fertilizer and iu effect upon crops 1
a re-ont letter he say: a i ure of catarrh. If aisiurw vf iVnnu
care some of your salary, and I want to and soil. The bill was finally put barkon "1 consider:runa really more meritorious than I did when I wrote 14 talrmlnrtug the early rpr'ng asustba i;

i tell you nOw, that if you do not save some its second reading for the amendment. you last. I r.::.'i* ujttsrous Itters from lI=quI.t::1ccs./I over the the rim v,ill t<> prompt :and ..,....... (

: of your salary when you begin, iC it is -- country asking me if my certificate is genuine. I in\'arlably a/isu er. There ran vet no failure If VrM.a t* }

only four dollars a wept, you will never WIRELESS TELEGRAPH. ItS."...Dan. A. (1 s.'eIlGr. u.i. nln1t"Ulrl'u"y il'trinx th<- fvorti }i
i of when it is "t;&.I.r 'llruaf: u
save salary forty .
-- any your A ..uolr..ol.n. rertrr.llon.11.1V.Ogd"nt'aurra.msn.
Within a very short time Anastasia A County CWfii's'lou 'rl cr' ,
dollars, In ek. Xow, that is absolutelytrue lIon. John W'l'.srr.! : :," :tints I'unimi$-I! from .\,. .i i'v-h-:me catarrh manly tree
island will with wireless
I think, with some few exceptions.It tequipped a ,iontr.oralj"ht;"-'HI.1 t ':",, :Iuith! l/nui.uiu, m a kit .r wr.'t n ..t \\'shin era<:Ii4i .. rau'rb frwm tax .,.....

> is not a question, gentlemen, as to what telegraph sUtion.fVinf Mlnn.sayathe following: m rtM&rJ tut ;-ton, !>. c'., up the foI.i! \vlng of I',- : wl...rir it may ,N Iou hod. H.....
...raMnra. are now pntrflmatiult_. ... ... ( I caurrln'f the ,: .rb t.ewt
-- ----"- -"-' 1 rui.a, the r.at.ia..t catarrh t'm..Jy : oni your salary is, but a question as to living IVruna:
the specifications and will in a few days recommend! theeamecrrt.tntra. ..e'taarhotllr...w4.I .
for catarrh I can dl can icnsclentiousy
inside salary and if do not do \* a iviMxly "t'r' I
your you submit bids for the work fully ruwnmend I','runa. 11n.\V \\1a:tit Jour l>ewia at a .;:;.: foiiic ..,JIll; \<>ti Uo lh'& ti'.rtv'prompt ..,! eats J
it you cannot be trusted. aro.md mcd.'clne to thme wAt.am i .uli from the of >
The station will be a powerful one and! is t.<.I'uf'r from that I'rrillctli""a i grxiI f.&t".ry n- o+ ftmr.
ia H.vJ of a catarrh 1\'t:i.4. li .... .. .
; i'fw ): Uartnwii. glvtsv a
'm he located a ehort distance from the and I fN.'! hat :it i-< iy di-ty to pp"a-! '
{ QUARTER CENTURY MARK. word for the! t tiat Gas been commended to me by pcrcwho ; full! >.Ia" unit of y rtir t'.>. aid h.. will
: < n" m-
Ii;:hthOIilt'. The poll will pierce the sky 1 gri; ( hate ifftit, n a ; pJr'tlcular.y
,' U< pl'1 J' mf
With last week's issue of TilE STAR thispaper twenty feet higher than the top of the immediate relief. rur.aLTIH a i ef.'ectlic In the cure of uitatrh. .
bodoa'eof catarrh ami 1 !.noi i It nil For th's wbo nccJ n nod 11p'.liI' ,
reached the quarter century markof lighlhouThe pole will be composed cure any other ufTrrer fr)iu that: its existence! under practically the present of the northwest fir wood and will be eae.-" >Iobu NVillJanu. I better." Tb II- ,. .u'nstunam.t.irtn'tate' '

TT ownership and manag'ment. The erected in factions of thirty,foot length jej

word practically i ill ud above for the rea- j!(

.on that after TUB STIR was fir>t started BIG VEGETABLE SHIPMENTS. Oxoraulslon Taken Every Day Is a Marvelous Maintains of Vital Energy Every Dar.Don't #

here at TitutviUe in .tpnl,1SSO. it pasted

into the hands of the present o"tier about To vegetables get an estimate shipped of l through the vast Jackmville amountof | Wait for Another Day. Begin Taking Ozomulsion Today j4 I rtT

_' a month or mi weeks later on account i f
: from south Florida the TimedUnionoars
the ill health of Norris Feau, who was
one Mould have to take a look at the r
one of its founder
express romp n8' shed at the union ftation i .
The history the press, in Florida at
:. which is daily filled with vegetable
I least, very rarely records a newspaper remaining -
matter of all kind Sunday this shed
w long under one man's ownership ,
was tilled with crates and it'\'erlil''Sf!
and mana"r niriit, and we may be
were I}ing at the she> waiting to tie un
|>ard>ined pmwibly fur feeling a certain loaded.

if:' amount of piiita In having won this distinction. THEPROBLEM
f.j-, Tliii lapM of time has seen a -----

< ; ',' p" f f*ctly wonderful development in this HOOK 0> 'ALU'ClltsU. OF

8: state and most wptvially is i it noticeable! 56 paged, ;fi IJn>--tration: deacriU California HEALTH a to find the Fright :

on thin favored gritnradtof oor We and the route tlien, Chicago: Kind of Nourishment
Milwauke and Nmthern I'scific Ijnr.
: iiikkt the prediction now that the next I to Sustain Vitality-For $
I ThIs ii the route of the Oterland lirn.it. fl The
r. quarter of a remnry will itntj even .... Leave' union [>a..!ieng-r station Brain Workers and Cod

: mure wonderful! charge and greater im- ('tlitag'I. 6O.: ) p. In daily, arrive, anfrancI'I
Ir\l\'t'ruentllhan IMS Urn wrought in the ) the third day in time f>r din. Physical Workers, Liver

ner. California l Lick rent fur 6 stair 'here great : Oil Food
> past.May itgv.. r.-\ Miller (n>r: >ral Pa<.efn.r
THK MIR live tn chronicle all \2't'nt. Chuiigo, or W.oo.. iloaeil, >1 Mental and Emultion"ParEx.

these future grrai Itnprovrnienl4. While Broadway, Sew York PhysicalEadur- (J' .

we cannot reasonably expert to control 1 -- cellence.
ance are required,
: its destinies fur another such of Th
.: a period the Doctor will i&4ktt
taint, we hope that when tlieclianwtlo lifrftnofHrpofhcr

tome the char"ill fall UJ.HI worthier tell you that the RljhtNourishment # .lemanta teiag ;

"" and brukler phouUlers! than our,. arid that isIt's GPIGlrurina

it .ill ai*'> N under abler management H ,
the Tonic of Life andNature's aa>!
: than we have ever been able to po..iblygive
Cure for Coughs,
tJ. toiL
Colds, Consumption, Try fbttU.

.\ practical joker plated lit>utl.Hr Pneumonia, Anemia, k.OZOUUUION .

trick on II. II. I5.>Bern, cf the tAnJ.nJJ Bronchitis, Catarrh.,-

;.: Otl company, the other eventrg lithe c r TRIAL BOTTLE =

!'f board of trade banquet New York. As i -
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r. .' Mr. Rotten stm*! up to make tat spew hit 1 1A 41

was noticed that he had a magnificent Wrue w CO, Piae t
lung. New Tart.
f if pink In M buttonhole Later a

J'f bJ asked him. "1io you how the II w .
I of that *" fr frEDITOR'S
name pink you ire weann;
E is a novelty. Tin higher the civilization
"\o replied Mr. Rc "t1 ell that
geri. ,
the larger the nnmbrr of bruche in u..-.
[ it UK the Thomas W. Ilwsnn pick" hewas Jodging by the .kmanJ here our co sto-

t told. WtIr.. r.ven Mid wiU met! hate reached high !tau of reSnemmt. -

: never be printed in the newspapers.Newtpaper Every day we stilt l more and more
Of these f loeKTtXIJH

ttcrie are to the effect that BRUSHES, HAIR BRUSHY,

W': John W. Gain hat .*.000, in the tails BATH BRUSHES, (etc NOTE.-\\fith a knowledge of the unequalled merits of Oxomuhlon, we oahesifa- .
ingly recommend our readers to send for a Sample Bottle. LEST YOlfFORGET
of his recent Chicago wheat WRITE
are corner. TODAY
Perhaps the fine quality! has bad That however, will not make a great drat thing to do with it-prrbapa iu U pnce.Anvwav and Convincing Testimonials of its Marvelous recuperative and curative properties, together witb all _

:; '.' of difference to Mr. Gate He can go all parchaeers are well pleaid Artistic little book entitled "BABYVILLEbeautifully illustrated in wren colors, and a

1 down to New York and win that moth RED CROSS PHARMACY TRIAL BOTTLE of Oiornulsion Health-Food-Tonic will be sent you at once absolutely free bl rWL

t in a coo pie of D Jb&1 poker play ing. TITUS VI LLEL Address your letter or postal card to Osomulsbn Co.. 98 Pine Street, New York.

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4&e"r;\ S'P"I.US': : : 'cs::: r.:: The "white fly committee,",appointed ),. '. -.

I .. by the Farmers and Fralt Growers' as-
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-'': %:::; ."":: .. .-" .-" ,. .Sold for" ears.-uQIUu#..Co.bltoH.tfr.1 odatioo, held a meeting la Orlando a A Matter : f /' .
\ few days ago b the courthouse. Tbey
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jf _; Jl Icbeoksrd were all of the opinion that a proper law

,:: tf; :' .U'rr..I'I4M1ct'1Jse: HJPGHAM'S DYE shook be passed by the legislature, and
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; the following resolutions were pawed by
': 'lIm ,UlIirna.I I many signatures as possible and mail to the committee: ; Health
First The of horticultural
At L.KmrooBt, Georgiana, Brevet 0., appointment
i Fla.: comm ll oDerl for each eoanty. i t.
ZStlrL QNtlsaatsew; irrssiljIM .... w. PETITION Second-The horticultural commission-

Br O.r....Cats Totie Ho&oratts Board of CWoty Cotnmkdeoen en shall bare the power to destroy be There is a quality in Royal

Everybody koovi: Qbreraor Broward'i at Brevard Co., Fla--
campaign la the last primary was madelargely i The undersigned registered voters of of the grove Infected. Baking Powder which makes

OQ the laud grant issue In all!i Brerard toonty hereby petition 'Tour ThIrd-If the owner refine to treat his s3 -

probability the'governor failed to handle hooorabJe body to till an election: to determine pore or destroy the insect, then the commissioners -
tbi question in his message for the single whether or not intoxicaU&sr liquor shall destroy the insect, and the food more digestible and
*ahall be sold la aid coanty of Bre-
: ram that the matter has already been vend: the expenses shall be reported to the

oe&etoaUy! baodlrd by the oooru u 'to, shook any hentato abbot signing on county commissioners and the same thai! wholesome. This peculiarityof

i practically dose the iarae. account of the trouble and expense of aa be paid at a county charge, and the account -

3 4 The entire controversy over these elate extra election, explain that aside from for expenses become a lien on the Royal has been noted by il

lands binges upon the right of the legislature the moral and philanthropic worth of property in which the white fly has been

to grant them to railroad or other each a movement it would mean much to destroyed and the owner forced to pay

p' corporations. That'DO such right eiirti the financial prosperity of the county that the account for expenses.W physicians, and they accord-

I it clearly shown by the fact that these ihali
find thU section free
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xH tery ,.amp and overflowed"Isndewerer from inducement: to an undesirable claw ingly endorse and recom '
long ago deeded by the state to the trustees of resident and tourists and that there aa aeeiar.Jer1Tu .

of the internal improvement fund will be nothing to spoil the fine claM of FLA. Apr. 25. 1905. mend it.
Having tae title to these lands in
colored! people upon whom they may rely Comparative statement of temperatures
the trustees of that fund, the state can nomore for help. tad rainfall for the week ending Tuesday, .
April 25. 1905 gore maven FOWOCK CO. ttCW YOU*.
them another than
convey to a private This appeal b sent,the press of Brevard 1903 loot
individual can sell bit neighbor a DATE. MAX. .'11. _., --
county by a member of many of the aboe MAX. MIX.Apr. -------- ----- u. --
bouse and lot one year, and then proceed ocietiea at the request of other who areas v. 20.19. 77 77 68 TO M 64 70 70 The farmers in this elate who us*: op badl!. The cotton wed un

to sell it over again next year. The trustees deeply ret.1ed in the true and lasting 2L $t) 69 M 70 seed in their fertili*r have found 1------ in very small quantities, see>xa '

of the internal improvement fund prosperity of the county, -" ::t.. 82 W W 7S that their potatoes have rotted and are to the ,otatoeeELthAITh .
,- have the title, and they alone, therefore, 14 :t si w 7V 7i '
AI an incentive to those who find teN :.a. 77 71 78 M ----- "
\C&D'aive a clear and unclouded '''.Ie. time than inclination for patriotic and 25 80 71 7V 68
Total rainfall for the week. 2.47 in. BRO.
The legislature may recommend-the legislature philanthropic work, a retard of five dol. iX-partnre rainfall for the wok pins 1.S4 ,
- r.; may "grant"-but it can never Ian U offered for the mol complete list inctmea
; ,by book or crook convey the lands the sent in within a week from the date of 0.30 Departure incht rainfall since Jan. lit, minus GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.

: title to which baa already been vested inanother publication of this paper II. P. HARDIX.
Official in We handle produce of all kind We are agents for Mapw' Fcrtiliaera We deal sclativcy
direction.ThU Georgian, Fla., April 36th, lfA.>>. _. Charge. in the above lines of goods aDd solicit the trade of all mnMimtn. Writ o. for piles.M
q i divested of legal technicalities U How'-Thief Grain and, all Orowries.delivered. at Jour. iUtion. E. L._.BEADY_ A BRU-.TimTiux.. rue.
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the view taken of this question by Governor THE PIANO.
We offer On Hundred Dollar Reward for
. : _h. Broward during the campaign that You can play a Cecilian piano,anybodycan any cue of catarrh that onnut be cured by ,
resulted in his nomination! at the hands play one. The Cwilian piano supplies Balls CatarrhOu re.
F.J.I'll KEY &Co. Props..Toledo O.
of the This view has been not merely an instrument hereunto
people. now
We the undersigned hare known F.J.Cbeni -
pin! but the ', it With. for the last 15 ,and believe him .
sustained by onr state courts in two today > yean percooally
in each piano is ingenious honorable in all business tnnsartum Ball and Sporting GoodsThe
notable instance The first of these decisions playing device as representative of the aol financially able In carry out I any obligation
was rendered by Judjp Malone, in will of the performer a* are the fingers ofa mad by their firm.
musician trained by long of study WEST 4 Tit'AX
what is known as "the east coast case, and practice.The years Wbolewtle Druuista i Toledo Ohio.
and which involves no lees than 2, piano a piano qnality H. & W. B. DREW CO
Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio.
j : acres.- The second dlvltion, rendered by -looks it,and proves the (ail in tone and halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting ,

5r ,r. Judge Wall, in Arcadia, was upon a question action. directly upon the blood sod mucous cur.
validity raised between a deed to Any rood piano: most oust you several faces of the iy tem. Price 75c. per buttle. Jacksonville,
hundred dollars, no the difference in price Sold by all dragtUU. TtwtinioBiaU free.
certain lauds made in 18&4 by the trustees is but when it halls Family PilU are tb MLOASTOnX.A.
not great, comes to arcoinplishmeut -
,of the internal improvement fund the difference is immeasurable.! Distributors for the State of Florida

: and a "grant" or contract made by the Tlieacilianpiaaodore away with all ..
in 1879 the routine of drudgery inevitable to proficiency tjus til, ( git manufactnn-rti1 { riVi.
1 .< legislature to another party. The tra-le cnpplie at oars! |> >
In each of these instance. the right ofthe" of in playing; it obviates it the nm-all &futBr: ce1 lU-tail( older and club outfits receive rart>(attention r
shy unfailing practice; overcomes of Send for &talot."Ue
trustay to hold and to deed these the difficulties! that usually lie httween

lands WM affirmed. In each the right of the dtttire to play and the ahility to play. .- --
4 : With a Cecilian piano beneath hand
,the legislature to convey lands to which you are a master of the pianoforte.your The BOBBINSQRAHAM DO YOU WANT TO KNOW ALL ABOUT THEEAST
the state had no title was denied. 'The sec.lian self playing mechanism changesthe

entire question having! ti.ua been !nettled, voicelen piano into a responsive in \

F t and iu favor of the people, at lust Governor strument. It brings: the silent home into COAST OF FLORIDA?

liroward probably thought it unless touch worth with the many great times world the of differencein mu icThat's i I -5-- CO.,

;? to devote valuable space to an issue between the instrument I
price ordinary (Incorporated up Capital $25.000.00.) l-ciallv itvardinu Frnit (1 rnainTrnrkwg and tr
: ; no longer "alive," when m many important amt the CWiliaa piano. .
General ''mlinw::? If HI>, "uts+'ril'e' for the. .
: issues Mill remained i open. The Cecilian piano is handled and sold This company own landsin
t>y the Indian River Music house, Titus- the Indian Hirer Coun
THE imtZXAGE PILL.Some yule, to whom all inquiries should be a l- try.(111 the St I.i.cie Ricer, FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.t
dressed and same wilt chmfully an. at New River and on His- t
surprise!* been eiprewed by swered. Sold on easy terms. cayne BAY miCK 25 CKXTS PKK: ANNUM.ISSUKD I.
thorn on the outside that no mention ONCE A MONTH. AMI'LK COPY FIlF.K
whatever was made by Governor Brow IN PRAISE OF THE DRILL. PRICES TO SUIT THE TJn:.'. .\IIDII:'...
.- ard in hie tne'3jfe to the gislature of the Editor THE FLOUD STA L Send for lUll fist. E. Y. BLACKMAN Editor MIAMI FLORIDA. :
_, l\fOllCJt| itiou t,. reclaim the EvtruUdi*, As the term of the Titusville public OrncrsAT .

r whk-h. like the land grai.t questionform whool is drawing to a clone, we think it -

ed HI important a feature of his platform. bat joist to the scholars, and teacher, uio, _TITINVILLE. Ar> MIAMI. GE: St c<>.,
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w This surprise, however, is not shared U) tell the public hat has bwn Mid of drain

by thoe on the "ini V for the eicrl. this school by visitor, and horn are in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hay, PriKlnr, FUfltaKiud..
lent reason that they have known for nowaj interested in making the IiUtta- ,

some time that the governor intended to merits that we will quote here. JLt is .1'11 J "KGKT.-lllLKS ./ Sl'ECULTY. 1 1T1tue

make this drainage proposition, the (object known that among some of the patrons of TITUSVILLE, FLA.,

of a i trial) nt-agr 10 tee legislature. the school there has been severe stricture T111o. i i IT'lor-ido.
;y k This Important .- document will, in placed against the action of the school F

all probability, I* tent in and a bill dialing board in requiring the military drill and Organs. Organs. Organs.

with the tame ubjt'd.] III also bepiaivd exercises for all the children who attend. .
Irll&irtd-f..l. to wrtin'l tike sea. Price I-- Drop >ii> a ''ir I alien you hate
before both Itouwe i fi work form to do. Address J M. M. BROCK, COCOA FLORIDA.
at an early date. now, if we are to judge of criticJMus made
S' ; In ibis tprciat wt&&wreoyernoranew recently.A -

, 4. ant will take up tlii (irut- ttat>t subject in superintendent of public instruction R. V. DOUGLASS, :: : : t ,

detail and pre ent hi'i u with Irs visited this school and stated; that he was .

+: usual force and cWrnets. going to have the same system inaugurated vela' In ,.
: The bill in
been draK- s entitled! "an art that it "was a good thing'* sell he Mated, "... Ff

for the ,ranuaU.-'nof drainage districts al"o that I.e hope the school of the ute A.i8t1I1 aalIykrptiBa of .Uf1thlllf. ROCKLEDOE. 7LA.

district. in charge of .... ....
a' aDd to place ,1k11 would have the same all over. II rd-dais "e.I.k>re.

the tr*rd of internal improvements. Another gentleman! made the statement .

These lands are tn ln ajeed for the that 'VniUide of regular military l'b.I L.
y J.
__ a' benefits to be derived (rum the dtainage, there was not another one in UM "u1b

system, while the owners of such lands that hl a gnaA order general earn *l. TIT1'
r- ; as may be injure by the improvementare I I and discipline, with apparent in- \\c hnite jour attention to Contras f',r all!! ku!. of '. ; ,

to be indemnified. .Mt in their work that this -vhon| ha*." "iniOlnr Naming, Kinislun/ and ;
The principle ulun which this important Another staled, that "there ii les, cootenvtn the following close prices on our Hanging. at 'he meet rpanabS : :

bill a hard is, in short, WeottnJ : \ in the way of fiirht. and ftnfe in the popular brands or fCLlnt01 r% njc.t-M with p>*\ aorkman.limpafork : II

;;' with that upon which a municipality ,jpart tmo years than he has ever nonccdbefore acjitere on the Eist
known as the "Prince" am! the
ty condncts a aired paving lmpro\\" nt. m his residence here of 10 or 1: joiinUd. Let know
.. ,J4"C .allf' m.
I ;t The owners of the abutting propertyShen t Jears." "0. K. queen: trio want aril sH niy tm.aU'
j + fitted by the \fDJt'otaru..d their i Now, are not there remarkf something iirtropt attention given to all .or_

_*: pro rata share while the owners of munch to be proud of. We are sere that il the ;-1::; Prince Stoie, : 0.00 t to. t I -

be injured thereby are Jay! understood what to. EAST COAST MEAT
: lots AI may people at large; a help M7 .. *. : 'J.OO
lDdemni f'd. I the scholars u well u to the teachers the
F.DCREF, lgsat,
,i military tjtt&n is in teachiBg each one 0. K. queen Store VM 11.00 :
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APPEAL FOB :individual responsibility and respect for I
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v.l H.(>0 ; Florida II't.
of Tus FLOUOA $Tam rules and perv'Q1I. beid their own wish 7 ;

The clergy, tacbers and their pupil, I es, there woold be no opposition to its .* a. es MM 10.00 :

members of the W. C. T U., and of other general introJoctioo in all high vhxb ( a,
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temper00 societies the Sons and Dangh- everywhere Illustrated circulars giving full I i

; ten of the American Revolution, the W. = r.uJlfl$. particulars( application toJAS.PRITCH.IRD&SOX l Keats
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: B. G, sad the W. y. & A.. the Homaos
tonic that rich red
A strength bring*, ,
and thought-I
Satiny and other patriotic btvid. Makes yon strocg. hea'thr and of all -
'All pets are nqaet:ed to cot out the factin. That's what Hollistert. iiocky << Jtf

iolk)...li form of petition, attach it to a Mountain Tea will da 25 ante, irk or I Tltunlllt Florida ..
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THE 'FLORIDA. STAR nuo!r. APRIL 28, Ito .

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men have been going Into the Gelds to J
i test corn: planters and windmills for .

,..; .=;.. :- "=- farmers and it U Instructing farmers
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; \ f how they can drain their lands to the Hotjatal.

." :;.,::.ManyThingstheGovcrnmclstIs4j best advantage. I BUY PAINTS Rill m MANUFACTURER.
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.The geological surrey attached to the
ijl'Doin .Besides Governing.. No Matter What Doc
-. l? ';- Interior Is another branch of the public

lH .. > sendee that Is devoted largely to this tors Say-We Know t F

1k" < kind of wort. It is doing a multitude Than to tnjr other housein
#c f'jf; That Heart
"' >,iii_ of thing ILl. recent test of various the World for first class,
'f .._ kDdl'ot coal and demonstration that a ble in Many
." i:41 high grade best quality
wr ... Ree.Aviaar Easier ton of bituminous coal vill produce two Cases Can Be ,
and half times much when Paints. Sold cither ready
a as
.t have. tHieUI II.lpfml.eM, hit power Cured.There .
s' i1 put through A producer as when for in form
:.># Utl.a .... t. R*..tr. At ..Ua. gas use or paste ,
burned under a steam boiler are regarded are even main features of
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,as of great Time to the commercial heart. disease, via: (1) Weakness or

-t< ;;;;.t.l" .....Ieaa )raHuta. .Lbread.TDetladfana world. Debility; (2) Rheumatism Neura&a; Buy from the only

(S) Valvular Disorder: (I) PUat'oa>> ; house
: farmer who last year (}) ChUrgtment (*) hUT epnera- paint manufacturing

tr wrote to til* coacre&tmao. saying Feeltired, DO appetite, cannot sleep, son; m Drop". in the country selling '
work or eat? That'* spring! tiredness and
v "Please trend me a mule and a double will disappear at once if von take Hollis- thousands Dociimentary of so-called evidence"wearables"wut: pros have Qd direct from mills to user

above plow asked for something t4-r8 Rocky Mountain Tea this month. been absolutely cured by Dr. MUe All other Paint makers

tit* government did not bare at its disposal 35 cents, tea or tablets. Ask your drug- New Heart Cure.

sY Lt bat then are innumerable: things dwt Patients often have no idea their disease depend on dealers for the sale of their paints.

thus man could lure baa from his government SUNDAY SALOON ADVOCATE. la heart trouble but ascribe it to That: means one heavy expense and one profit that
Indigestion Liter Cornpk Int, etc.
for the asking, says the Waau- Here are some of the symptoms: we cut out of our business.

,I t ins correspondent of the New York Everett sloBi Would P. Wheeler Follow 8.ya Fewer Fewer Law.E.g.. Shortness of breath after exerelsa. We sell direct to the man that uses paint.

FMt Year by year it la doing more Smothering Spells. Pain In Chest left
5 and more for the people besides governing Everett P. Wheeler the New York Shoulder and arm. Discomfort in Lyingon You may think that you can do as well a) we coulddo

: them. Many penuaa wonder where lawyer and a author addressed tbe 1\0- one side Fainting Spells. Nervous for you, if you should try to buy a certain brand of

tola trend toward paternalism will pie' Institute Club A In New V rk the Cough Swelling of Feet and Anklom.Fairness .
t other night on "Reform and Prohibi of Face and'Up*. Palpitation. paint that you thought well of direct from the manu
lr ; lead. The farmers bare received the
'.. larger snare of the helpfulness of the tion. aya the New York Tribune: lie Nightmare: IrreguUr Pulse facturer. Hut you would make a mistake
1 hare great faith In Dr. MI1.'V New
said In
t I government but henceforth the Indus part: Heart Cure and speak of Its merit The manufacturer might take your money and sell
' tries of the cities are to receive atten ". favor the opening of the saloons on whenever opportunity presents. 1 can:
Sunday afternoon In the ne'ghborhooda now go up and down stairs with NIt!'. you the paint, but he would take care to charge you as
tion. The government will soon spend nber three eeks 1 could
ago hardly
$3O,0011 In sending out six young men where the people want drink. This of walk one block.:' One year Uter"I much for the paint as if you bought it from :a dealer. 11 le

4 to bant up markets for goods of American course, must be done under proper regulations :I am did so still much In good for health mt'. that; the 1 find Heart it a Cure far Would }put on that extra profit, to "protect the dealer". 1'I

manufacture. It U generally understood It U my opinion that the people greater medicine than you claimed it
who to be."-S. D. YOUNO. D. D., 6.1: North We have no salesmen or agents to increase the cost ,
I that If they succeed the federal want drink will get it anyway, Pine SU, Natchn. flea

government will make foreign and they may better be allowed to do It honey bark If first bottle, fail to benefit. of our paints to the consumer.

f'. market bunting a permanent feature. openly than covertly In opposition to FREE Write us and we will mall \\ e quote to the man that uses the paint the lowest
the law. I have traveled In those jou a Free Trial Package of
,r The proposal to send governments countries
>!' Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills theew, and hest price, reserving no margin to protect agents. .
agents abroad In quest of markets for such as Germany where the people Scientific Remedy for Pain. AI MJ Symptom

j American made goods would have been vIsit the beer gardens on Sunday Blank for our Specialist to diagnose We pay freight.We +
and tell
what In
t J met by Jefferson with the declaration afternoon and I have noticed no evilcoiiHequences. and your how to right It.you At..lutf'ly! wrong Fre gladly advise our customers about paints.
5 Addre: 1)RMUKS MEl lCtL CO., .
. i Xbat It was the manufacturers' business LABOIUTOIUUS, E1KHART. L 1 to do their own market bunting and 1 do not favor the sale of liquor un

r i ttiat It was a government's business tQ restrictedly. 1 wonld draw a line mid showing how to measure houses to show the quantity of j

7 govern. The manufacturers' bureau oft way between absolute temperance and UNIQUE GLEE CLUB. paint required. :

the department of commerce and labor absolute intemperance. I do not think _.- ,
Ask: any first class business hew or any Ilo1nill N>_ Orleans, v( j
which la now organizing, does not as- that temperance would result from prohibiting Oaly Red Headed Women IB the

WIDe to be anything except an arm of the sale of liquor altogether.I "GolJen In....." of Portland Or.. the mercantile agencies if we are rnllOnihtt.t .
the government for the promotion of believe that legislation could remove Only red headed women are admittedto

the Interests of private capital invested the: causes of the evils of drink-black. the (olden Singers; a gW dub and R. McWilliams, Limited.

: In manufacturing. A forerunner of mall. Intemperance, etc. The fewer orchestra being; orjnnlzeil by the Oregon <
Store and Office 342 Camp Street. '
this bureau were the dally reports of tbe lawn restricting drink the fewer the t'oijftfrvatory of Slu lc, says a ,

the consul giving information concerning evasion and the fewer the cases where J'ortlillldOn..'.) special dispatch: to the&iu Factories 1135, 1137, 1130, 1141 South Front Street.

trade prospects abroad. Every: the police.will IH bribed to permit ea. Fraucixcu Kiauiiuer. Every mlheatlHl New Orleans LoulLtoa

manufacturer in the country may receive -I ?Ions The removal of the restriction* woman In Portland whose ESTABLISHED 1893. The oldest paint manufacturing buu* to run

4 : this bulletin dally. on the sitle of liquor would al o. I tie- yoke is ever ralwd In song or who tinuous
successful operation under one management, couth of nuisville '
While eacb of the departments exblblts j i lleviu a great measure check interperante. CUT luanps a banjo, picks a guitar or .
or St. Louis.Florida. j
a growing tendency to "do. ." thumps a piano is receiving an InviU-

things for the people," it Is the agricultural I lion to join the unique club. -
and Friend.
\ Tried True
that 1* furthest advanced along la thy lettrrMimi out It U! stated that I

lines of paternalism. Through the :I!, One Mine Cuts Cure contain not an the eu14ersatory tulurli are purple! andgold.

weather bureau it I* now lUtrlbuting atom of any harmful drtit?, and it ha The Ilalla'r mils/ attetitl.m .

forecasts and special storm \\"amingJ'to 'teen curing rough, roMs, croup and the Ix-iiiiUrul tutor vbruie to I,,' pr ,
whooping cough so long that it ba
i .J practically everybody the United proved M'iit.I\\beu the iJol.U-u Singers stanU
be tried and friend the
to a true lo
j t; State Recently has been perfecting many Who weit. Mrs Gertrude:, Fen- t-utrut'1I1,1! l I.yn..mi-rv of pure+i' au'lg East Coast Railway.Local

: arrangements with the telephone truuk nor, Marion, In.l., says: "Coiiithitit and -,M .\ s.inilar; Imitation to red head. .

; \ lines by which the daily morning forecasts straining so weakened me that I run eel min will MKIII N- elt..nt.l..1.
: are made available for the uses down in Weight: from 148 toyj pound Time
Card No. 62. In Effect 17
;s:. of thousands of persons who heretofore After trying a number of remedies! to no Irange Plant. April ,

were compelled to depend on the bulletins avail One Minute Conith Cure entirely A curious plant has recently been

posted at postof Ices and In railway cured me." S>ld by Red Cross Phar found In Me :jrn. It N similar to a $OUTN-BOUsO-AUD DOWN. .OIIMtOURfr-KAO..
and Eau GafliePharmacy.Relsr ---- -' 1
stations. With the growth of the macy _. . pumpkin with a rough! corky bark r.>- I I t r
1 II.. II.I,. IS TATIONS ....:!. ... iti '.
rural telephone It hi exited that .f the Savffboa. sembling that of an oak It ba<* beenuan Dill Dill ;
; i i DaU Duly.
eventually almost every American There It no telling but what at some 'd 1131mll. -, -- j-

c farmer will receive the dally weather the modern Beau I 001> I 40 a. LTI ...............I..ho..lIl. ......... Ar T COp,, I MaLT f
not far distant day lUllard' Ilurehoon 07 p| 9 u a .. ..._. *,. JackoiDTtll.. .... I lip1 1., aS f
bulletin In his own home before noon IlrummeU will l>e tapping the gold Sluifnednfely < Up to HI a, .. ?".?., Bt Augustine .. W p, 1 I'a F
Mp'llllaTlupiUfcia': .. .. ....._. ..__ "I/Mg's' I/1a r
of the day It Is Issued. In Home localities snuffboxes: dipping the finger tips relieve lioarw, rnwpvoppntwd _. La.lPs1.Ua Httag. ..... .. as /a
; in Indiana. Ohio Illinois and I i Iluw the best of rapper and extendingthe t'OIlllh, rattling, ra'pifg and _:...= !_p.L 4

lenmiylvania the of distribution ., the of difficult breathing, H 'nrv (' Slarii, t 35 p 11 Up Ar ... ...... hl.a....--. Lv11p'{ I system fragrant powder for ue dniirgint, Miullstmrg, Wi writhe, :May 00 I u Pin it a. LT ............. Paa1Aa ..... .. Ar j loop' N .
has already been perfected to the their friends with that Ineffable Jtf8N'and -- t
sutwcriber of teU I Jttlh, IWr.: "I have Un tnllinMal! .2Sp\200pAr.\ ..... .. _. "-D.hW_ ..... 1.; 1-ii: i
point where every a deliberation characteristic of the lard's Hurehonnd fir ......... ,! .
syrup twn spare o 310P. ion.a L. kAaK6Wu. ..,_.. ., arj! 11spE t a. C
: ? phone company rect-lvtsl the day's {Oft!- gentlemen of the old school, says the Hid liavtnever bad prt-paraliiin thatgiten '- -
i, c ;;p u 11 p: L. ...._.. ...._.. ,,;,.. LT ,m p I;;a ::
t-m.it as early as noon. Clothier and Furnisher There are now ba4 better K.rtirtaetinn. I nntit C3e aospit 7p --- .........II.II.L..H. ... ... up. S Ma J?
i The pmtoffioe department Is getting I to be Been at a famous metropolitan that when I I't"IIIt UittUthey o>mt. Look 8 lOplJSSp' .... ._.... ...__J'III+"'L. .' I 4t p' S M a P. .f'
:- the of the dls for I honestly rvc"nmi Dt'anII mechanical more. can .
) people country I l store some marvelous Q\ s S3 pI i 1 It p ...._........... I.yi' ... ..._. .. i. II'"I l 4la w. f
| devices In snuffboxe Aide from ".1c., :ttand $1 I Ma, = l
artier I'liarmacv and hn OHlU. J-.all ialLc 9 : p I 2 Up Ar ... 1.. Mtnyrua 1 MI 4 lam
| high! priced noM-ltlen, all varieties of = __ .:.. : .t. f

r ittocti !1.* of the tvuutry ilfinandlng rwognltkm i i I mtuT contairers are bfiug asked for at 103las2"p-T----- b aitp/Nr 0 ;
no one proposes calling a hAlt :! the shops-ostensibly! for placing! in the : $ 'Up. _. ...._Orang"1't.7 "JtasptSupl! 7L l
10 a a 1 I 00 pI! -.araa1. Cttj J u.rtl.n. It ere 1 .I pt
until t'1't'r1m.'rl'ao farmer retelve+ :: ..cabinet home, but the pinch of nuff .:..: : n1 ;

hU tuall at his do 'r daily 1'000t,1 oth :: therefrom ber<>He act es-fiitial; ) to CURESSTOMOll t ,\1 22SpLY.._ ..._..M... tmru. lor I. yv .&. ::a-
) may ,!000p 2 tip ......... _.._..+i.2 II II t q t .a ., ,
t tali art' con ldent. tar that the day N :, the dandy of the twentieth century *< S: jio t) r, 3 >) P;, Ar .... .... ...TUuif ill* .. I Up1 .. ,
dUtant when the rural telephone -- -. -- -
not far C -- -
tbe cljjjretteIluo't -
gAd tl(11",1 ouai .._. ._ .... .. 0
Ar ..!1..I.or" .. It ( la i* '''aTlUitiU _
t w lll tMxvni an important factor 75 ........-;10 00 a; Lw --------1 rd (.1 A t M. ...
i __
la the delivery of "hurry up" letter. L. --4r -
i Borrow Trouble.It -.1-- !
: .. .. ...._. J. I .S- J 14 u-.
Congrww tar thus far-decliue to rev i bad 'habit borrow omi5 ,tll. y] IfIt" .. ...__........ <<>...... 11"M I. 1 It. .,
i* a ta anything, V .. .... $ l. .
} ognbv the telephone system a* a part 11111)/lap __ ..P.c.tUwtr_ salt a
:I but the worst thing you tiers Ir.Jo+ibl' b>>r 11 $I. Up ._ ? _1'110.11110_. II _. I'" wt
t of the postal machinery but notwlshfctaadln ,I i, row i s trouble. Whl'n sick, tore. heavy t UOSo 4 14 p _.._.. .. .Mrlb u'n. I ... I >4 r
: ? Itt refusal the phone U! r*>in ; and worn out by the pains an-) I .. !> il al 111 P .." ..... .._it....uao .I, s1; Ha fII
: Retry Ii .: i IIa2aa 29p ....h.....,,. M L's ir 2)aII W
t-rought Into use dally In many rural ;! Ifisnns i! of JY'p"l'-'ia. bibroi.niiri! t'e 0. I t b5al! 1 41 p" rot Il-r- r <4 a tl M pSua rjO

I 'uouulWit1 by farmers solo cannot dit't'a and similar! internaldon't ..h"HI..r THExy: prt iU life frra ej 2 is a 11" p .. ..... '., ..Tivui'nttt. III'j j
I properly: d.g 'uJ. I. 11h': t Up .. Lar. t Ma
down and t.nol'iver
even watt for the ruralamf'r.. N n "it yens svnu- .: It
: T Hit" .... .... i .la II tipIII
dor Fairbanks planned to hare con ; torn*, but dy fir relict to Ktatnc Hitter I healthy dtr-tiun means pureblood I rJJ 11 :yaa) 11 po., ." taUIU'_ ...... .. 1)54 3
f Ilene ynu aril tin.1 1'1n10.t !.ern anrnGr.'etfulne'i for the body, bet star act ". toga, 7 MpIIP ........:Hotsa.d 'Ua ISS (. l:
I KTVM authorize the use of the telephone I I. &
troubles arise from carvr.fM .J -7 .,W.ssJ4'4-F u. S IItD
of all Iro'hlrean.t '" --- r
your toot I .
in tbdt'lh'pry of special lettersaddrr4..e.1 in and itwavh diriTcpset / 04 a: .IP" ..........w'U Pals a... e T fta' > r
booh will noI.l I... I..lt'o..1 i by a Bald oti eatir.q I 127 a. t hp ., ....... 8-.yta.n J >.. .1. 'I .
I' t.. country d trku. H* :. iltbt .ti"'L At lU...l Cross 1'harinacv the entire f ptem. Iro j rop- 4) a. Up.. .. "-'_" r. p.'t-.r 1 l U j.(00N
l'ror-loM"IJ Uut a special stamp hhouU 'riethoarlnlt"'t I erly cAftic&>d fwd litt11 on ttomack = 6 IT a I" 11 p ._ _1L 1a'J""Wf' a .1-/')/
.r I dutrwticg ::J I it a 10 M fMvlOUp .-.. ..... ..,... .. : : ,: / N
t. lrintl'avlJ for 10 cents and that i I 1 ( casing I I ..... .. Jlu'.1It .. : t54
.' when a postmaster nHTlre-1 a lettertxarinic Rhi I can fAa b'jra'lrr ..re t.\ r.. bektinff and rsu-sea. 3iat17l4p M. Ix-m..t < iHOWKTIAD \ S1/i i iw

I '. one of tn! >*e stamp be should a )Isrkinj than any other ration .. When overeat Jr.': is renliW in I iaMa UUpAt ..ft,1 L. t.11.
t :News-'cin.itar. the tlon :Li Uxuice 'f.1.kf'.nt'ti -- -
open It. reading Its contents over tt.tf't".huDt' l'arthI"01ph I and oct and dye>eyeia Dilly'I't 'I'-., "", ;
-" --- worn t 11 IUUI1UO" I*
the farmer to h th
to >si t org'l About sour '(omach.If laiRiS! tis*o TirtimThedford'i i kuB rip
cxwumuoicatioa was aJdrt lM'tl. Dbck.Im! iU -- -- --- -- -- -- -
"oar d K ton i iv bat the vitai i >>r the /.Sa Lf Nt..-1 g, .
S'rotof the senators objected to this n't dj i i.ia. It frees t .
fA 0'1"1 .
Ciosof }nnr U iy are not f..1 anJ PA.ur a Ar Lw. I1
: itomaca'and bowel cf rt-! I
? plan because they feared niltrM coot slxxild N They cuou I ...
ihr a? they itroi 1 ItOO..a.h ------ .. .
mlt the goverxuuent to a policy that weak and incurdi! ***e. K
#f would compel It ta uy Urge annual Core di.vpt* what yo i eat '"ore' ion. lew Lfe The itomara u 9 titanlr jicitlyan1 D dlyun*.| S>...JSvM.y O.l<, YAYRt2RT .N' *...CH. 0i tl $....., Ie.eev ssar
inrigvnW the II S"I 0.1 Oa' tii.* ...
if "ty > IiIt. ,
e.sy II'
41 rentals to telethon cotnpanle Butt C*tion and all tomacn troahi \ mLtrffl Itimu!tJ"n u'J in a rood -.-- -- -- -- -"

many men In the postal atabith:pnt roo have A noccich: from the t' rvdiy with the to tLcrooffUj te 2'I'YJ' a fft.lt .. J.ra.. e.t.i' Ar I. 'i B tay. yae
power cooa'u -- 2rAp i +.a t-CI.4f h-. 1r .. 1101... 'w'"a\ tj
bnrin taking it. Thi teau :
the new lot coming lz4ee. you i* .
ray step :! dift t xvi- ,2 *, iOWa91ea' ._ "ar... -4 to .. f 50, II 100. ..
It U already! here cao::eUily By steering it gets a rest rw-HnirAU' ir l 2f.laiiy!i Too can build up yoa.with stomach 44 J>"V" 2UII'l a 'ua" AtM.tkktea o. 1".11 it a Iwp Mp
from the cows o permission depart this !._ : ___ ._ -= ___ .. vPEMXSttU
bl.uQ no rnon E L BaSmrkw I'P'II.I'd Thedf ord'i 1ja r.kI1rAag.t -
cent a rural poAtmaster Day now arrange f. Try
with hU p 4 troas o_. tn tl* olatry : h Ni. lien rays "I have taken today.. T;)J can.jy aDacicaJe Lip (KCIDLNTiL STUMSIIJP: CO.N.Mai&NS IT lUll
reres fur 11)o1.ct tttwD buss
: great many dealer far
flu yocr: .. .. .
to their letters and read tiu ..
open ----- - -
have f: n.t r>4hin* maal to Kfeloi trprprla 'c. h!! d- n--t k ;1 It. sPndt -- -
contents to tn.,:a over UM pbuce and 1 canKW .Jr-; u *hit v. I.hUt C4l1tll. .*iit it \lu:1 alter .
:.e w'y to Th Cbt'i& Susciklsi f tic P i 0 S S. c..,.', for
farteLrs: who hive city tnter* ts that 'eat. rort'f inrt.c":1.. drspesa, vr- Medje.ae CfT f'Ia'Jnr.

t deLan rarefcu watching are msklnnu nomach. h,.!'cLtnbttartbcrn an 1 a .ia: ji-i a packig will: M HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

+r ul the t rmtW4\I1. *v)mich tronb'es: Its preparation is 1.'remit .' r..a ?on.. -
'R:* agricultural department 1- doing ftf mane years of e arch s i
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Ta THr. -r..t. .. .
t. soetaeam..a.it .Ir: '
its teem ta defetop tl. ? *' Ut infcikl -y I-W Cross Pharmacy ant Ea cat: M r ,. .... g..4.art..laNaspaw.
.CI u.r&J
rfar .tau. .
to eveia-'rarti.a '.t :oe-: .r at I." ..UJB: U ..... ..*,t .
dry tu 'ixmi e lie ute stuck n Ittarrcacy-- -- _._ THEDFORD'SBIACKDRAUGHT srtsttUl;.:, ;.&a' '".... ; .,..., r.ca::, :.....1. rs' 1 .... .. .._.".,... ... .I...msm...

..d aj the animals -- ..
pierced a sLmghteredin CASTOn ---

, r C. prou-ipil stirs o: to countrya J.re U. lkl tat his b1Il"t1I s.ji : Tot C.tnr .t 11\. LOCAL TIME CARD or Other 1".rQ"..

. ...cll &4 IL2 uAt beta[. it gig U d I "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

j ITithla the last Its C4SH
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.'. ., look to 7soot.ertilima'1o prodnee:_ OTpb.ttle: Rat ........ ...- a.Keq .... )Zir.1ar.bri .i q hams .t.Less. --
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fl' {ftdtkw' 'tfeaa About forty,men t'arlpp.1f& Fags; Row da I feel? ,,"eli'IiT. I goesatappj -

,"4" ;r 11. .. WU.. tar 'formed one "of the most jut boat exprase* mj'ieuUment OASTORIAFor
\. ta8t.rh unique orgtnlzatioaa In the United Old 1
Chicago still remember
!31' JI d! () State, aa the following from their aadfrm L
,_ ,' eonstiratfoB indicate, sap a CoJppe- Top Just u pleased as if I
). -tbetrshae'of hia'&.. for?> oranjes.U WI Fail dltpattn: bad woo another pennant even if It U : Infants and CMIdreiu

:.1';,',"' ia sat. hW fcct-,Oar punphktoMttaias '.' Flrati-Only married,men who bare my first play in Uw political game. Ira a'-I
stk.' "' .aathodUtlw -' not reached the lUte of fatber&ood an earned ma tor the old man Just the t

=K"""#-t? r InSoroatiOBitisfrt_ ,.. are eligible to become,member of thisorgsnisatloL same. I'm happier for the like of lay ( The Kind You Have
,;: .*
Bpoarcqnest. family than i am for myself. Ttiiu
." ,, Becood.-S1 oGId any member become Captain Adrian C. Aasoo, the veteran

q fi*; '. a, father, "be will be aanuaarily expelkd ex-baseball_king gate utterance In appreciative I Always Bought

tone to bU gratification Al IorAsshd x
TWnL Every member who has been ieP
-- over the revolt of the recent dty election Ilf nSa '
expelled will 1* obliged to
jJ banquet the
in Chicago which landed him under Bears the
remaining member of the organlxaUon -
J t Democratic auspice In the comfortable i

Mutt FoortL-Tb'child berth'of city clerk says a Chicago ,

>4. of an expelled dispatch. The victory of this oU .. SignatureI .
member win be -
endowed by thus -- U
Nwasalt., porting man demonstrated that he U '
C.Alma every member being obliged Promotes 60n.ClfttruJ. ,
held dear In the affections of aU true
,t.a.rKS..9rordSt.. to. contribute fl to Iud fund.Flfth.Tb1s losers of the great American came the tt5sandifesLContaiQS of rte
organization win pay the c *um Morphine( nor HfflfiraL
oU timer, who actor d him when they I
d t burial ,expenses of the wife, of any NOT KARC OTIC.
t were "tans" on the bleacher, and their
4Yr member In good standing.S1&Wbcnevet .
.. bona and grandsons who hare been toLl ..
; the wife of a memo by their sires of the achievements of
,ASVZWAYrL4Nt ber ia oat of the city it ahall be the a waiD.skruIr R R;
Cap Anoa the diamond.
duty of the other roembera to entertain oo '
RAJV QVLR HIM Asked how he got Into jHUtlct, Top"answered :fJ.
neb member
at their
to the
lIt wife's absence.Tb In hU characteristic way: .NS In I

Did Not am Him. and After I "Say. that'a a dead easy story to telL j
Two when friend Tom lJi .
years ago my
Jt Tcustd Ht Cot Up and Bight Ham*la DcttJlU ,.."
i r Barrett ran for sheriff I went out and Ziur
'ttIalk.1d Attray. DeWitt'a Witch Uud Steve cools! made little talks for him and the reporters UseFor

soothe and beats euU, turns, boils, wrote up a lot of fine staff 1 S

"For' au Instaot I thought that my bruises, piles and all ekia a. ".. K didn't say. Then when Barrett was perfect Remedy fcrConslipa-

time had come. Then I eeuied to collect E Zickefooee, Adolph, W. Vs., eaya: elected some paper said 'Anson for tion,Sour Stonach.Diarrtoca.
lIly little daughter had white swelling '\'onr.s.com111sions.r rish-
tbQu ,
remembered the OverThirty
my sheriff. Later another
bad that deputy paper 1
80 piece after piece of bone and Loss SLUR
many narrow escape my grandfatherhad worked out of her leg. iVwitt'g Witcb mentioned Anson for city treasurer: ness OF VIusa'1e

trom death, and It occurred to me Haiel Salve cured hr," It is the most About that time I got a bunch and signature-efZ

'that mine was a charmed life. As 1 wonderful healing wive in the world. thought I ought to get busy and see

';t toy under the train I was satisfied that Beware of counterfeits. Sold by Rl what I could da Tbe 'dope1 seemed ;; Years

,no harm could come to rue, 1 was Crow Pharmacy and Eau Gillie Phar. gjod to.me I MW my friends on the NEWYORK.

y: braver than I ever ext ect to be again." macy. Democratic committee and did some

'films ArthurV, Watson, the first Ideattflaar Dead n-.aal-.. BolJUra. wire pulling but when the contention:

man to be run over by a New York The Kiuslm method of Identifying was held I went out on strikes. That

subway train described his sensstlon. soldiers killed in battle U by means of wa a starter In politics, though and CASTO RIA

Watson I+ twenty-fire years old and U little metal Ikon.*-sacml picture! lui8 when the last city convention was held

N .a gatotnail employed at an uptown g round on the 'bodies. Ou the I was nominated for city clerk. The r. cTcoprorwRApvcL ;

,station of the subway. back of each of these Ikons U stampedthe honor came almost without the asking a......*...e..*..*. ran.... .IT .
Ou the day of his adventure Watson; wwirer'ti name regiment and com but it made me feel proud, and I got to :. : :'::- ->: :.: --, -" I

was relieved: of duty and started to mission. Every nation labels Its soldiers work, and so did my friends and we

7 cross the subway tracks. The rules of In one .way or another with a scored. That's my political; career in a

tbe company prohibit the employees or nut>bell. ,.._ _.... r
view to Just sudi eventualities. --- ---- -- '- -- #
: any one else crossing the tracks lie About my future In politics? Well, '

was In the center of the track aced by A wonderful spring tonic. Drives out say, thIs 1* crowding the play a little, HODGES & O'HARA,

:- southbound trains when an express all winter im jHiritH*, givM you strength, taut U? Yes There's a lot in this
Rl'lTALO HLfrr. rte.
train came blowing along. Seeing health and happinew. That'a what Hoi noddle," pointing to hIs head "but I

there was no time to jump backer li td8 Rxky Mountain Tea will do. 35 don't know now Just what It all ...." DEALERS IX AND MANUFACTUBEBS OF

lift himself to the platform, Watson cent, tea or tablets Ask your drnggiet.r It b given out qUf'tlr1: some ofABson's

a rung) himself face downward between &pweiat ran close friends that the baseball YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER.

the falls Hor*.. veteran's ambition S U to be Kberiff f>f

The motorman reversed power, but A unique will baa been filed In the Cook county and that be will get after IT'iru.lt and TTosotalolofctiniktrs 01en'tos. ,

before the train could be brought to a county register' office in York. Pa. the Democratic nomination when TomlUf'n'tt. furaiched for couplrtc fills of Lcimlr.to tot i SYNa the Philadelphia North American. .
oM friend step* out. Ilesays -- --
Corrine Snodgrass: of lower C3ianci : "As to my intention., !I o far as
ford after giving nieces and nephews John B. Stetson UniversityDE
1r"wt the political! game U cwioemed, I can ,
sniaU bt> at.s. bequeath the residue
qu only say now that I'm g>!ng ta stay
of her $I1.ta>u estate to her executor.
right at my new ixn t B.I city clerk and LAND, FLA
George oIn llgraes1tb the provision learn the rules for running the buxtnws

k that be keep her favorite carriage of the ofifc-e. The old man will 1* the Affiliated With The University of Chicago '

1'fs L u hone, Beauty, aa long as he can eat city clerk fur the vvLvIe city that ba< M COLL"tit.u: LlutIUL .UtTi-Tbe standanharethr.oftheCpisen'tyufthksKocttt
food caring well for him. When the
1 ra highly! honored him. + +m'i graU l*>u and lliiitfo. v
hone arrivej at old age the executor ..
CoLt.EOEori..tw-anluatetofthinoticgeareadwutrdtoprartieei l buIlurGia
U to kill him with chloroform and give .
fall of Tragic M..altlr: without nami atl Q. s

him a decent burUt There will be Are tl>e'e !line from J. II. Summon!!, ol COi.I.EOEOrTtCt1:"uu.o\'-\f'hanln' ('tr;t f1frtrtrat rnR'nnri.., and 'aQ\1.1 fur
about .10OUO: for the horw.KrUtic ('a 'yJa. Think whet nnglit have r" raining rtur-s lading U>dfr ,-* Fine new burbling costly equipnu-ct +
x -- lIultN Horn his terribleeourh if he hail COI.tr.CiK Of Ht'.M.mukiog iu all! iu t.ranfb li...k-kerrli.f I>J U tEIrvtire c-th..s., a
KhenmatU'ur..l. not taken the medicine bunt which lie monr off (a other lkpartweutt. lArge Faculty uj cubttuu4it. lmil
fIc'latil' rheumatism writer i : "I had a fearful ntngh that >li.- rnrfAKtTOKV Af'AlttH\-ti.lu.tN! prepared to enter Ibrranl. Yale, l'rirwttuu "
"I hut been rnljert: I tried ( >[ifhijp o, C'bkwi and all 3r l r1_ (utlegrs.ottM.tL .
for IIIE II WaMron! of turt-edmy rert. everything
years, but noting w.ni'd relieve, until I AMI riUCTirK 'ClliuiL-i l\induart"1J ID iucftntuildin. 8. Primary

; iVritonJunltionIowa.and pave me much pain"Sly and jintn..r"uff dixnun- took lr Kill!!')) New )DiKmt-rv; for Cnnsnmption and Cir mm. .r School in arpante 1-uiMiot TbU Srbuul h rtUIly prt-Hirr s 1'oWk Hckwiltratbtt ,

would crack when I cnn.sand colds\ which ownpUlely +
fort. My jl pilr organ a duun p1ao..,tlfpalat buildlai. large r..uTtr "
I U1I,1 l Chamberlain'sI'ain
straightened up. thniat and tboroacb c.urw-i of"tu if.
and permanently all
have been
Balm and thoroughlycured. ART rCIItNrL.-Ntwatudio. a..etly..u, rnoiifU fir.Stetoon .
Have not had a pain or ache Innc dif'1on. present grip and peen
-+ + monta At Red C'ftlt'>Pharmacy;guaranteed baa a faculty! of IS prvfi-wors and iu.tncK-ri They hold desr+es from tie Uul- i'tenlty
: y from the old trouble for many n\Qnt.h*
W and fl ('r1Trial bottle frw.Chances' oU'bit--.o. Ilairard. Yale Ihrtiu,mtb. l/jluoili, l'ohrnitl of IVubivlToBU.. lirjn i
It is certainly a trust wonderful lininier ,. Maur, Uurknt-ll niTrnit7 (if)fit bigan. ln Uon and o-jbrr Unirrrdtin. Tht-11! are lfU fit
t" For we by IW Crw Pharmacy. -- -' '----- '3illi.'UI 00 ID boiWinK. aDd Miuipni'tt.! eraily quarter ttiilli tn dulla! r e nji turnt; aa ndow-
for marriage widow* greater t' A 1'cNC.1 forelty. than of m.iienj, ip)vt>rnnicnt statistics ; rin rhow.Vi!'e rnn prefi-r wives win harewrved fin 01'1.--.1 at&ItlirfirM. runninj tack troni U H>rt., in**till ci.ow Th@ottllian government ha< their 'nticwhip.; ">lM witaaiDg.. golf. Twist and otbrr s| adopted a nickel In the Riot machine -apprt---- large latwnUitirs f.r CbetnMry, I'hyaks, llrtri+ry. Miorru) ,rr and HtoLicr; several i iUr
that U quite noveL When a stamp hew Car. for ('afM'.r. ,c muM-umi and i!>op.; eltctrie lifbu, rlrclrtt Jllt. atran brat, crmrut akt! fcbl'
nwi; bmul $arrnnr "{.K-i$u rauspttt. tbrnbbrry and In-..;..riI litrrarf, iau.ir.and ntber
cannot be bscgbt conveniently a peron AH surface rattans are now kMlIn to rtodrnu'rat.: Ur krturevWrwea l ChI Uao aDd not nertuian tsf hind Tt iotatwo Ubeautiful
may drop a letter with a penny be curable by Buck
In a box and the legend "One Penny Waited; of Ihiffield, \ ... arita: For tstabq', slew.. foUcn allot iitformation addrrw tb
Paid" will be stamped on the envelope. "1 had a career on my lip for year. that LINCOLN II PI.\' : '. A. M,, Ph. D, lleUnd, FU '
seemed inrorsMr, till lUickVn's Arnica
- + tike hf&W i it and nov it iswell. |..-rfe,-tl

." nnamnt.*.l core for cuts S'idlnms.
25c at flail Cn*. l'h rn-.a.-v
ThrJol.COllghs SBABDARD n

YUC'U..t&Dd.tfil .' A tickling in the throat; CASTORIAFOf
"I TXKKV MULL Btmss THI :w=" :'-= Sh1.Lvr.- -. c

the fir. cr passed o* rWatIQU' hoarseness at times;adeep Infants and Ch114ru. '
boJy. Tbe motorman turnwl breath irritates ittheseare

' pate anal the lntendtn pa** npr heM features of a throat De Kind You Hate Always Bought Savannah Columbia Southern Pines
L their breath.eipe tins to ww the man ,
ground to lieu.! All hands nwbe.1 to cough. They're very deceptive I
: : Richmond Washington Baltimore.
the upot. only to we Watson get op and and a cough mixture f t

walk away. won't cure them. Philadelphia New York. f
"would not bar given a penny for

nil life when I MW the train approach- You want something that .- -

3 lag," he aakd but I kept my prsnc will heal l the inflamed r- Ttttnfai.tar>aarR ..;:--: TIIP.EI El J)jA NT :.\lS"Ii.\l1 y t '

of mind. I knew that the only way to membranes enrich the M4 f ri.**ry v
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live a y life was to throw myself ben pi.c la r SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED #
wren the tracks. m'NUl"t to me that blood and: tone up the !( Swd -tbb*tied itat MTW bii. ,

the train hardly was drec'ttbe rtsbt on my top feeMnrt of m.*.but Im S.\stem :. .*. .". :. PFERRYSSEEDS SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL. 2

after th* first car bad pa-ai over rue Scott' Emulsionis .

and I tad escaped all Injury I knew MODERN PI'LLMANTh f.tll U'UST.: ",;. i is
that mine wa a rtanu*! Hte. )I1 s[ x
to rt away and out just such a remedy.It ...e bass tteltul1u4..G stars Srthreir fVri=ii L'-rfttd i, a soli! y.\ltll1.d: tram rorr.pr'lf>nj tssirttitelfor
ody tboo&bt wa Ttw 1 are lid aD .1. 'tt meat
of I did not want the pawsftn hIS wonderful healing ?load by all desert 100 a... new Pullman ..pipment-,Ihtic tr, fk tight 00 a train !...&!free pot tfetaaUaf.MOUJSTtHS and Otwrrstion: rarl, .rattse ..-.ht..nJlUtU.. and Jseksonvdiie: c'W'* f'
that they were and
to think nourishing power. York. Iii VVahir-gV, Seavif-gM % stu a' I lJ: !II 0 p m andJ.i n1'itJe 111 a
Siaw pra
that bad ground a man to pl rei. the of ..
than Removes cause ;" daily, tncfudtrgSupdsa !
'a Ot &< TV I.mprMI with the tact.that I the cough and the whole
u> IBBBM from aU barm. system is gjven new ONLY LXNEOpen1ing

-. ptaaa,.Got Eke.ataddan. strength and vigor :. .*. lecky Mountain Tea Nugget 1 Daily Throuzb beeprra (rom Jld.mru1e toPer >>. Or nM.

=' torte t- 1 Buy ."*>> blur Pi.}U
Ait often In ti t dby :. 3..1 I1- -4 harass idle 8 %h u4 torn fI.p.!
down, doe to d or C'ODIti+ A at Ist1a ntloa.l.h.e all information and sleeper reservations call on any S uLl.a&rd ifmt, or f
>Btaot 8.!aDd sab. Vr, KiBi' New Uft SCOTT fc? 50/nVE, c*,.*aftsrlStrat u4 vhte to
tab oat the materiab which 1taot a.i & L Pb6r e .-.
1'W& they I A.O.MACDOKELL, S. C. l)) L'nOS.1r.. '
Xrm raft sa4 hc'a& oaf
fIWw.llld give JOG IC9-pj ,I reatam T-r
"IJ'f' cbagtint your be.Acbe aDd dl i.AtWOw -' I"a faaa. m fIfCU a '" G 1t5 Wo.S5 byu A1at timers! P&Uc Ageot, PsaragerAletl.
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_< :.-0":-.'_."-.a_.... ...=; Yr .... -- -r. I'0rt7 ( E. JiTarpley baa accepted a po- \\WA !/
::< .."'4. .. ; allCOCOA.-k4.1 tvsLru ationw clerk with Mr. K.V Donglaas.Mr. .'
i- :.- : ="' '''ebe ;airtesitr'! assess INDIAN RIVER STATE B AN KIOO
: : ; > J. B. Bower hat the thaaka of
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<;? .. The Vagaboadla .u' anchored off PAW vTBAKSACTS

..,.?.oj; ",' '....-...-.-- RockWg this week en root north for sp tkfN--: a.=ooiterate ,

iC.f ''rIINIP'a Potfcy A
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-1f.f"'k' "f"< '-. U anUa'paiicg the good timeat ... +-... Bweral! Banking Boslssss
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"""' -' largest and Oldest
"'t Sweet" fine. agar. are Tery'wocb *ppr& ace all the old friends thwe.

.. ._. ... Bank on the Hirer.
::: .rb" .o Hon. L. d. Give and daughter Mrs.M. .
:;. f'.J Y Exchange' Bought and Sold on All
Mr: W.:..0. ? terwa. paid a Wt toSocktedj E. Horine, and her three childrenleft Foreign Countries.Patr ..

oo Monday. Thursday last week for their borne D**- appreciated. Prompt service, 's

K Mr. and Mrs. H. W. ,Bower are now to Atlanta. :NIGHT AND DAYA polite Lm.tmcaUtt."rt&granted.ror couUlcatwitaeouervatireUnkuic

oeeapjinf the RobDIOD.tottap.. Mr. A. R. Moore hat moved his office policy of insurance II an effective OOKJU I'OSOE.r8; '<

J. T. from E. E.. Rand photographic roomsto guard against by tire. From the
Cbcmha a_ boat dder-lfr. I foes Empire Trust Vtupajtr. N. Y.. Florid
: I: Eeabert, from Sanford. We trust he the room used as a barber shop in theeaduo time of i issue until the time of expirationit Bank A Trust Company.ckwaTtUc.FU.
stands between the Propert10wnt'undI
,; .1riU bt busy all the lime. build inc. I ilt'CUniarJIoes. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

:' Jflcholai King,of Arta Und fcmilj Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Clark left on Wed. I Yet the cost: of this protection i is really .
Mr .
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for their home Plainville. Conn. :trifling.All
in the Puckett needay
J tt are occapjing rooms
I answered.MORGAN .
bedding, orer the News office. They have a fine cottageheYe and come PENNEY BRANNING

with every winter about the holidays. A WALTON, ,
Preparations are going forward

'? alacrity for the May'day picnic and next The foundation is laid and work is being TrrrsvoLE FLORIDA.MELDOVKNE. TITUSVILLE

with pushed on the new Lowrie cottage, -- ---------- '-- -
Monday will tee oar town all re pea i
: A. H, South has the contract and Fred -

} ple.The D. Baldwin is doing the mason work.. Capt. and Mrs. T. C. West left on Sat-
TUu8vileorch! stra will furniih the
for their home at Banker Fashionable Clothiers
nrday summer
: music for he ball next Monday night Rev. W. E. Hall went to Indianola on Hill HI.Mrs. .
know bow to draw a Sunday afternoon held an Easter
The Wise: Goya
K. R. Gilman is now enjoying life
service in the church at that place. A

J crowd. launch came for him and brought him at the Piney Woods hotel Southern 4
and Gents'
: HIM Carter and Mias Mary WittfcH.ofGwrxiaoa home again. Pines N. C. Fllrllishers.i

< { were in town shopping last Mr.lten Campbell came up from Roee- ii

t. Saturday. Min Wittfeld is the happy Mr. and Mr* F, F. Taylor have gone land -- .
to spend Easter Sunday with Ins i \ - -
.r {ogiMsor of a fine new guitar Mr. Carl to their home at P erw n, :Mich. This leone mother and brother at Hotel Bellevne. The Quern Duality hoe for ladle I b the

t; '. Wittfel t" in our items last week.- But we mire
a Mr. Remstii and Mr. Rerasen, Jr., left them all the same.Mrs.lValler from his visit @Outh. He repine a fine addition we keep the famous Edwin: ('!app and .

; Thursday of lust week for their home at ,time spent among old Melbourne friends Crmsett bot's.11) high cUss goods to be
of Lotus and Miss }(
I Mrs. Beaujean and little daughter, Miss
Jamaica, N. Y. They have spent several .
found here. Manhattan shirts K, & W. Col-
wjnten here and their rv latife', and Miss Carter, of Georgians, IJef.eie. went to Eau Gallieon Monday 1"
!occupy were in Rockledge Saturday. Mrs. Walk tans Stetson and linox Hat*. '
tiouse the A. L Moore place on Palmetto spend a few days with her sister, Mrs.
er and Miss Wittfield are taking instructions : ..
Claude Edge. -- --- --- -
? avenue. on the guitar from Mr. Wilson. I Mrs. John Goode, Mrs. LrC. Moore
fc !It. and Mrs. Gt'O. M. Huston, eon Ar Anything and everything else that
The ladies of the aid society mete hh and Miss Mary R. Rodgers came up from
tbur, and Mrs. Huston's mother, Mr ,
Mrs. Hall Thursday of last week to sew.They i Host-land to spend Easter Sunday at Hotel -
last ; for men wear here
Walton, left Thursday Columbus you can buj
are working for another bazaar next Carleton and attend Easter services.
' Ohio. The early fall will find them all
winter. They yet have a number of orders I Mrs. Albert )Mead with her son, Mr.
,' domiciled again in their coey home on lUlL ORDERS SPECIALLY SOLICITED.
to fill, the result of last winter's ha. Charlie and daughter, Miss Ruth, left on
; Palmetto avenue. .
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The most strenuous month of the year The best wishes of SAN MATEO CIGARSHave
and Mrs. J. J. White postponed gatnck Michigan.
U now on at the school house The child-
Mellmurne follow
friends them.
their trip to Palm Beach because of the

f, tea are preparing for the final examination arrival of their bmther-in-haw, Mr. Lcxk- Beautiful Easter services were held in Made a
and the,closing exercise There
a hart from Frankfort, Mich., who arrh.eJIalt our three churches. Visitors were delighted > '

-t will be a 'large class to graduate from the Friday on a business visit. They [i with the pretty floral decorations Reputation

grammar school this year. will all go later to Palm Beach. there being so many beautiful flowers, of Their Own.

Barbecued beef, pork and mutton,fried Who ever saw more perfect weather vines and palms here to use, for that pur. The success of the San Mateo Cigaris

,. dab coffee' and bread will be served (reed
pose. of the
one greatest triumphsof
than we are hating? The bright sunshine :
< the picnic next Monday. The ladies the sighing of the! breezes among Rev Milledge; Walker and his estimable the East Coast since the freeze.

: .! will please prepare bask- of the dainties wife have left for their northern home.It \
the trees and the sweet songs of the loxe- Ma-le fmni the hoicrst growths of U bam that the of Florid and the f
> > wninsula
to go with the above. Potato salad is one is the wish of our people) see them
1 ly birds that flit to and fro, makes the Island i if Cutw can piodacr, and wrapped with the rll'h. silky leaf grown on Eal ;
: f" of the "good things" at a picnic. Just east coast: of Florida indeed "paradise re here again next winter. Rev. Walker's Gnat plantation, the cigar industry oi the! world |l"IIIIr.q'I''UOl"t abt-u..rartklf'. z

aek 0. K. Key if this U not so. gained" health is much improved by bie visit to Fur sale by all the l Trading hfJIf'le and clubs and by the Umoit seas Company 2.

on train entering rWi.la.
the eat coast. every
. hit expressed on every side that a
Rev. W. E. Hall preached a fine Easter
: f. launch race .will come off Monday. If sermon on last Sunday morning. The Mr. W. B. Hainhn, of Miami formerlyof Twenty Sizes, Styles and Grades to select from.

funda cannot: be raised for a big first prise Melbourne, was the guest of Editor: )1.lIulllctllrt'd by Fla.
i church wad simply decorated with hand S. W. ROWLEY San Mateo,
Min and family last week. The (lain
r t why cannot the race be run for the glory some potted ferns mosses and roses. __ _u .
t t that there is in it toe Just how fast each The committee on music seemed to have lin family love Melbourne and her peopleand

, boat can be any way? There is nothing lost interest or singers failed to respond we would gladly welcome them back Alabastine Your Walls

that excite more interest than a boat among: us again.
! [; or-well no music was prepared for the
Mescre. Woods and sifters, who have
. race. Many localities would be glad to occasion. There was no service! in the
"'" spent the winter so pleasantly in G. S.
t have our water facilities and would make
evening.Mr. .
Monday ALABASTINE produce exquisitely beautiful fff. U on walls and
Snedeker left last ) for
: much of them. Let all who have launch C. J. Root arrived last week to accompany ceilings Hay! t., apply simply mix with i\jd) water Bitter taaa Eal- ,
homes in New Cattle Pa. These
I get your ladies aboard and then give min, Paint or Vail Paper. It is not a Kalwuuine, it i. a Military _
his their home at
p them an exciting time in a race, each family to charming people have made a host of )ftTiiianentcementcoating, which hanlrnn on the walU, dr troyintlita /

and Bristol! Conn. They left Monday. The friends in Melbourne, who will welcome <* germs andvermin, never rubbing vcahnv. hal...oniuwu.ltrd
boat to so no more.
I carry many Roots were accompanied by Mm Mary their return next fall.Delightful with hurt or void water Mom rub and tcale all, spoiling wall, <.l..thtr.g
There woald have to be a drawing of cuts Ga1ol'P! sad Mius Candace Roberts. They coolfEatht'r. and furniture They (contain ghee, which days. and n )unst.'e l the
I ; tome who would ride in Fred Travu everybody genII of deadly dllit'lIl'or pile by
launch. have passed very pleasant winter at happy and already preparing plans I for

new their cottage grove or. the river front. the better entertainment of guests next EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO..
Indianola U forging ahead and U I evidently
We trust that the early fall will find them
winter. The has been the .
not looking for a rl"t't'C..in very put season Dealers! in Ixiuibtr and HuiM. ..,.' M trrul.
j with oa again. l.. with class of visitors
i -< won. At the of the #
rvqum orange growen --
i We hear that some of our "promoters" who want t.> come again.
of that burg our town council ha accorded J, E.WALKER. II B MAl'K.
are interacted in a scheme to import from Mr. and Mrs 8. T. )Middkton Mr.
them riparian rights to build and
maintain a ..harfat the foot of Willard I the north a colony of carpenters to frfieh John Middleton, Muses Era Mabel and JOHN R. WALKER & CO.,

I forward the work in r.ockltJ5hurJd! Mary and Master Fred Middleton leave .
E 4reet and right of street to build a tram
this bedonean injustice all around wouldbe torn for the north. It is with regret wesea Titusville Fla.
track from wharftorailwayfreight depot. ,
the result. To be sure there are now this charming family leave but weI 0
Cocoa likes to have her neighbors
r "' prosr in si/lit the finishing of the Derby twine, iok forward with pleasure tojthm return
': per and will help in every direction. If '
the of Mrs. Lowrie DRY GOODS
cottage the one for anotht-r season.Impure .
t > the,wharf could be extended into a bridge
; )Ir. Venelle and the one lor Mr J" J ,
what development for Cocoa and the
1. White and the remodeling of Mr. H.bta'
I.- ,'_ island would follow. A pod solid nod
These will keep the carpenters here all
k': from ODe end of the inland to the other
very busy until winter Mr White will CLOTHING
t would be built sod many homes would Ayers.
I do his own work. To induce others to
te built and much waste land culti rata d.e ,
come would deprive our own <-arp nter.,
Indian river country would boom. With.i .
r *ho have homes here and famihVs t<>
out doubt if the Florida Eat Goat railway GENTS' FURNISHINGS
I'opport.ol the work else it would disappoint
acre sake to help build a bridge i itt blood always shows
: a immigratmc penter* by ntfMngfalse somewhere. If the skin then
would do so. ,Three bridges are maintained ,

L! over the Halifax at Daytona, and inducements It would he wrong to boils, pimples, rashes. If the
bring them here unit** there would! be SHOES
f. i without doubt they do more to develop nerves, then neuralgia! nervousness -
work enough for all insured Gar to
r-4 ';' the towns of Daytona, Feabreeie and I yaws depression. If the ,
{f ff. Goaiall than anything else. They give; rom -- -.--

iwople on the eat vide access to the Xothlnc' Equal to CtuualfcrrUU'. Coflr.
!; ,.. Sarsaparillastomach
:. (;"01. .1HI1'lane.Kellood, far MILLINERY
fs traiu and on the etch aero to the st-a. ttowrl loapUi IB t."' ........

e I.: A bridge over Indian river would make "We have used Cl.araU-riti'j! colic then dyspepsia ,

I o.Jf long and pltasant drives and the lack of rhoVra and diarrhoea rvtrwjv in t>ar fut>. biliousness of .
I ,- iljr fur yeam" says Mrs J B Cm di version of the drives what the tour-
\ Texas "We hare pven it doctor knows the FURNITURE.
. k.. .' := istaeomnof who come here, "ootb- to all of our children. We late u-ol remedy, used for 60 years.

inC bat fishing and hooting. Tr fe other nwslicingsfur' the sauce purp> .
but never fund anything to Chainberlain'a. R..anl.....i rr..a ttr........ .t&.*. "r. .I....** ayerf.rt
r \\: will isWy a very few, but the many equal .k. SI' t t-"$ r, : : : :: ..
w.'UI wat root..rt.a r.w Mot,..s4 : : : o c' ::;c: ;
If 1"O.iII it dirMtedit Ayer '
me u
, cmnpUIa of the 'VOOtoo1and.seek otbr Mh.iu 4r.terU. .........-
will always core For Ate loy Red .G laraYSa.ltt..t.a,Pa.IzNsl.li. .
r, \ place*of more diversion. Then a?'ain, Cro Pharmacy. .. ,. We want your patronage.Our .

voold the Aa4rr ". A. J.etvaaa t........ 111...
; Our<< own people enjoy privilege for
tl aim is to pleaao YOU. .

i .. The of the rtpUI'2L00d! New, Up-to-Date Goods in
name SaUh steamshipwrecked every
,orlon......" TtMw.Card.g .
Jf on the Florida ktv*, thirty-five
"I was troubled ..ib. di4me in
myttroadi miles Wow Miami, Ua Friday roornicg Aid the Saraapartila by keeping the
! e., soar stomach tad vomiting b*we!. regular with Ayer*s NIl.l .
: spoil, and can truthfully bAY that Cham- early, wag the Alicia. The revel is owned Mail orders receive prompt and

, trviaiB'e Stomach and Liver Tablets at Btboa! and was ea route from Liverpool .
careful attention.
I Lanaberg to Havana loaded with a heavy car.

of go of green merchandise. The rowel, Bs*soon e.a. ,.. Gee
\ trtd stomach troutJeof
Id cure caw -

i'J" .; ':- : Croat Ptwmat1.f thu character.every. For IIIJe! by Pds loadedby which will wreckers.be a total law, if bticg nn- eo t a+. a.e h. e JOHN R. WALKER & CO. Ttaille, Fla.

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