The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00320
 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: July 7, 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: UF00075901:00320
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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$100, a clearing 00 inches; Alexander took J, Williams, Johnson and F. TpIHama : CLEARANCE SALE AT EXINFS. iip.Carr.at "

t1LOR1 0 08 I 100 YII R Ritr ,second,*$t 00;at U bcheavGiria scoring. ; MOSDAT, JCIT .10, 19 5.BrtkJe m Of\ Jim ,IND 1'

bicycle race;first prbeof sterling Although the Jensen boys lost out, ,'. English long doth, the beet .

: ;: '}Ii silver bracelet, value 1.2.00. woo by Mas they won the high esteem of the Titus made bolt for lryetts et the PnMat li..b .1
quality $1,49.
?. '.... /r'$::. the" .atiou1Da1.. ." Calebrtrtad Helen Boye, agaiart Miss Minnie Nelson, fine people, for they played a good game White India, 12-yard Lawn, good quality, worth Pert,.,... IB Br1 f.Mr. i ,
$ '
,,' =H ?:;-'ijt0'-, 1a.TituriUe who took second cub: 50 cents. Mia of ball and took their defeat gracefally .-R.L 'Motlow returned hnmeast
15 cent, special 10 cent per yard.
2"k MS h quatit1 ,
: but Miss Boye passed bent 50 yard makes each of these nines living In Mulberry Tenn.
a game won by ,
; UILE ffS1I I II.S 8ICESS 15 cents, special price 10 cents per yards

....:. I and round.distanced her in the quarter mile we hope to see the decisive third game A sale for all who seed good shoes. Miss Nettle Coutant, 01 Oak Hill, arrived <

played in the near future. Ladies low Elton! worth tOO: and $2 50, the latter part of hut week tot a ,
r W E_, aoot. Zfaor Sport, Tre Din- Trice catcher for the broke
pas Jensen
DIXXKR. ; made of the best quality of .vki kid, excellent short vUit with her friend, Miss Grace
,:tk its; Bone BACM Boat Race his finger in the of the k
,, ; The dinner for "our: visitors" was early pnrt game, styles, $1.59. Reed. .:

',"-;-:..;"..:;."-,>..'.t;f:.. 'Jo" 'I'C'',;::f' "' -___bAU and Dance. served la the spacious ground floor of the and Mazier, first baseman, relieved him .. We will also put on tale about 200 pain For the medicine chest or sideboard I.

:;'i'A '1" '-.: 7Wt4' the Day Dew masonic building, which wu an'admirable for the balance of the game. Racer: the or ladies' oxfords and high Shove at lea W. Harper whiskey is preeminently the

:j. location br it, being centrally pitcher for the visitors wu quite a general than it baa cost to manufacture them. family bilby-none Utter. Sold by
<)Taesd vu moat auspicious day for
7 bated, atd a large and airy space. Dor favorite with the Titosville young Ansonia alarm Clocks every fee guar' F. A. Loaley! and ILL Modl)...
sir ? .. Fourth of celebration.
:: { ;: July Jupiter ladies-the "rooting" they were doing for '
lug the time the luncheon wu being par- anteed, special! S3 centsRogers' Call at Titusville
;tr ,Ravin war oeruioly very c naiderste I"f TitaatHie was almost smothered by their Livery, at rear of M
taken of the Indian River band discoursed
.U\"t'rKni\"tsand Robbina law office for'stylish
f. p3t twfwtlfarft.! He spared us hU traditionaljbDfrerof admiration for the natty little pitcher. rigi.
sweet moaic nearby. 'A hearty invitationto guaranteed beet quality former price
orders for .
both doable
:. ;' that are oo doubt Floyd Williams' pitching for Titusviltewu your hauling,

''F knit oat by the little weather god to oo'wremunkMisly all the visitors to come in and have a very effective and he wu most ably $ 00, special $' ,49 for a Pt"t. consisting' of and iin\ le. J. )f. Osban, proprietor. { .
free dinner extended L.
was by Mr. W. 6 forks and 6 knives..
: in many Instance in hU behind A l letter received this week from
the bat Piof.
k by Henry Hopin v
Haile well
in a few chosen remarks.Menra. I Summer dress goods atcoet and in tome
r ',probable defiance of the noisy exploetonsof *. John D, Teeter who I is now stopping at
VT. Worley and J. M. Osban instances at lees than cost.
z :,tariooa tend conlinnooa firework Dixon III. Mates that he U .
Johnson pot two men ont on flies to enjoying that
had charge of the affair, and that alone Lasts! and embroideries at a great sacrifiee. .
.which young America aeetna to take alpsda left field cooler latitude He t
'i wu sufficient to warrant its being all in the fifth. Rogers made a immensely. vends rtegsnba -
i ) delight to aggravate him with. three to all tin Titusville
The much than baser hit in the third. Moeier, for friends.
right crowd was larger Mail orders promptly filled on of
:= However, the excewive beat that bad he Jt'Drne.bo made a throe base bit. Mite Flowie of .
t be committee expected to entertain but the above goods. Taylor, Cocoa, is spending {
been prevalent for a few days before did The lineup wu u follows the in s.
: week Tittuville
with Mr and t
; they managed to provide fur ill present. J i Lies hue ,
fail materialize but what would
= f w pot to a MI't W F. Shoemaker.
Jensen. Titnsvill. We are pleaded
Titnsville Fla.8TILLMANWILL1AM8. .
Fourth of July 'celebration be without BOAT BACK. ,
: Baker, 3 b. J. Williams, c. f.Glass to,note that she was doing some effective 4

-Jtto'; K bet" The boat race wu started JodIelOre I. f. Johnson, 3 b. rhf'frinclor Titusville in the ball game
: 1 Titusville wu decked out In gaudy L.- o'clock with but two entries for the C
?' Tuesday.
r. a Price, c. Alexander, 2 b.Moeier Mr. Howard Y. Stillman, of Daytona, .
lilt, the national colon, being in evidence Fishermen' club The Sea Gall
cap. 1 b. IcLendon, I. f. and Mra. M. lie 1 C. William, of Daytona linn. J. Y; IVuiler, of the Florida e 3 '
on every hand. Flags were floating to owned by Mr. L W. Haile led across
ilendrix, 2 b. Norwood, r. f. Beach, were married Wednesday, June Fish Commission, accompanied Mrs ..
tops .
the breeae from tause and flagpole the starting line at 1:52:43, followed by ,
itchford: : ,3 b. Rogers, a. s. 2S, 1905, at 1:30 p. m. Tilt wedding Detviler and their daughter, aLto their s1
phi buaineat hoses
everywhere were
N.'t the sailed C. W.
Mayflower by Griggs
; Munch f. ... son-in-law and his wife Mr. and Mrs.K.
( c. Driver, 1 b. was a quiet home affair, solemnized at .
t decorated with bunting and flags in artistic
'of at 1: ;M.
-4'[, Schultz, s. s. Hopkins, c. the residence of the brides parents, only C. Goodwin, of New Smyrna spent
< The course wu triangular once around y'
; Racey, p. F. Williams, p. the relatives and a few of the intimate the glorious fourth in Titunill.-. ,
F At the long wharves there were moored the race, stake, formerly used about a
friends being Rt>v. C. W.mold Mr. Andrew undertaker
present Frowher will
of boats sailboats and THE DANCE. .
,. power mile sooth of town, ..II' the southern
officiating. The bride will be remenv be for atnot two months but has i ,
iuailiary crafts of every description, point of the triangle, and a stake, boat The day's festivities wound up with away ,
brred by many friends on Indian river u left a capable and careful to look after f
showing that this independent means of anchored well bat in the river oppositethe the grand ball at the opera house, which a 1
Miss Ronald, who lied in Titusvile! his business during his absence Era-
fr, trod to and fro bad been largely brought Indian River hotel, t eastern point, commenced promptly at 9 o'clock and f sbalmingattendrd

:-.1Ji. 'Into playln bringing the people here. and the end of the city wharf, the finish wu kept up without the oroal intermission some twelve years ago. thin first chars manner "Is

-fie$ These various crafts came from every lag point.. The boat tailed to find the until half hour past midnight. FURNITURE, DRY GOODS SHOES. by a thoroughly f'sperit'DCt'Inan and .
W.. r_ direction: from the Halifax river on the south stake-it having been destroyed The attendance wu large, and includedfair ,

-" -z'j: >.lotbtk. ,. >. .' sad jndian"
; ,..."- ,, "" Z f;oaatolt. ii1 l cop.rith twos of the east coast,from lower Indian Mason Fruit Jare, forcer expects to leave Sunday for a two
-,.,,, 'if' thatlack[ "" J \ ; ., month visit with friends and relative
eorDII'" tine atakea Of staff bouts t placed: river io the bead of'tlie''R Iil Muij Ediaon Batteriea ,'" .: .

1fjY 1 y tbre =Hqortenofanbour. The AI it war the Sea Gull erased the finish of the costumes of the ladies were very and supplies. fa Georgia and North and Sooth Carolina.) ,o

i.c noste waa fully op to the standard 21 minutes ahead of the Mayflower, but beautiful, and we would like to give a Chas. A. Gardner, Titnsville Baseball,Goods.f1ori<1.. She is fully entitled to this very timely i I

usually rendered by this organization the latter claimed that she had tailed description of some of them, but ourpace vacation and we trust that the will enjoy ;* :

The increased number of C.'Ornt'plaltrt farther off the course in search of the forbid The music wu furnUhk SLIGHTLY MIXED.Dr. the outing to the fullest extent. ft. i

on this occasion added materially to the stake. by the TituBville orchestra and everyone E. E. Rollins!, of this place, was Manager J, G. But did a much larger

musical effect and was roost favorably HORSE RACKS. voted the dance as "one grand good umpire for the Eiu Gallie-Dajtona baseball bosirn-tt on the Fourth of July this year J '

commented: upon by all. time." The regular July weather did than last. It ass long after H o'clock :,
The horse races were held out on thesame match lat Thursday, when Daytonabeat
Following the concert those who take not eeem to damper the ardor of the Tuesday before the dining fl'un doors rr ,
I track used last year, about a mile Eau Gallie by 10 to Titusviile .
A lively interest in shooting repaired &0I dancers at all, the final waltz being as! Advocate. were cloml for ropier at the Indian f.
I from town. There were two rarera herefrom J
I the grounds of the Tltosville Gun club, River butel. All ,, ,
the 61' two the
tempting as step.! Wonder what Hr. Ranlins boarding J ou eii {YI
Orlando one owned by )lr, Bailey our own j
In South Titusville, where many interest also did
: a rushing business, and the tf
who such gall Mtif.iction ,
Magruder and in charge of Mr. Lurasden, gave M umpireof
log events passed away the time oath) waiters at the cool drink ',
... Dearly the dinner hoar. won first money in two races, and one in UnSl! NEWS I AND D 1 INIDNJS.[ game, will think of that?Daytona about exhausted wailing on the people.were just Io t

r. charge of Mr. Green, won second money. Journal. N.
arc SHOOT in the first and third events. The Cocoa baseball! nine vent to ifey- \
MatUra of iBUreH That Ar. ...,,..1.* ,

First event- 10 blue rocks with $2 OC First race, 350 yards, two entries, Around T.... TO CLOSE OUT too Tuesday where they had arranged ,si
The balance of Hock of play the Fountain City boys but Don Mor. 4
and $:oo added L. C Lumsden and Green. Lnmsden won my good sill
entrance money. Major E. F. Brilton, from z abrecze, offer the name from now until Monday tie mm sere on them and the. '
first priie of$15.00, Green' took the fl0.().) easy corvas
and L. A, Brady tied on 9 for ft.
Banning ia ajwitting on Tux Sr. force for a couple hut at till greater reduction in price!. 7 f,r Daytona and) 2 for VM-O The '
first money, $640 and divided; D. EFritchard second money. of months Come and tee, and you will lie mire to 'if:
and T. G. Ronald tied on 7 fOr Second race, 300 yard dash, three entries buy. Mi."* L MEMIEL.: Cocoa News says that "it wu a bit mixed '1 a.. ,
Lunwden J. Hill and Jim Prevatt. Mrs. T. T. Wetmore will entertain the as to ItHher it s M a Cooler a Daytona
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l $3.85 and divided C. R. Stewart t
seua+ ;
third $2.55 on 6. Laraaden picked ap tint, $15.00; andJ. Progressive Culture club next Tuesday CHURCH NOTES.At crowd that got here l toms) Tuesday k'night. ,
won ,
afternoon at her home in WeatTitnsville ..
Second event 15 blue .rocks $2 Wen Hill took second, $10.00. the Mrthodist Cliurrh. Tituville. a i
Third event 230: dub two Mr. G. };. Pritchett rented the Scobie Mr. Theo Titus. of Tlwna.ille Ga.
added Brady a yard en. Ii
trance and $2: 00. money. nut -undAY July nth, Ilifv. W. F. Allen
Ronald and PritcbanJ tied on 12 for oral trie, Hill woo first prize, $1500; and dulling on Wasliingtftn avenue this will preach at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m Wall recently ap|..,inted deputychancellor grand t'.

money, $8.10, and divided; Stewart woo Green second $1000. Traynor, of IV week, and moved into the same Wt>Jnt'- Until the .t'Atht'r gU cooler Sunday fur 1 K. of 1'. lie tin ltoJ t"- I

ecoad on U, $3.66; BranDing third (.n Land, was expected to enter a racer from day.The school will be held at 4 o'clock in the af thing, over a half dozen hslze l e under his t" ...

9,5.ro.Third. Vteen, but I* f"lIt.to show up, consequently Miami Steam Laundry has made l ternooninetea-lt.f l0 ocockinthenwrniinz j ''.tmllnd he will preside at the' next -Ni.

had walkover Mrs. C. Collin a, t-nt Leave work It district rnntenlion U
the Orlando people a to held in Hunbridge. t!
event, 5 doubles, $1.00 entrant tint liein/ the *ish of tl* majority jof j
has the F. E. C. Grocery. Fine cork wtisfartion Mr. Titus born in t
And $2 00 added money. Pritchard won the Magrud racer a prat reputation the :Sunday: sciiool. ginning jh 11 a TitiuvilSu :

but the}. first, $100, with a total 1 of 7; Ronald t/l>ksecond. nest ()nbJ Judge IVnney will teach a !
*. There.. very little heavy betting and the tratelin jiiUic 'of the old tinge reoidrnt will rerultert: 'i t-4
$1 SO, on 5; Brady anJ Brannin ;: Bible! cla"t' This i i.< for gl'Q" n up people, r

divided third, $120 on 4. but considerable money change when in Tilimille, are invite l t-j try A!. and only IfcbSes: *il! 'oe nJ. You are f hint and wedo not .ettate) to HV that ; 1

':/ Fourth event, mas and out six en hand on mall wagers.BASE pine Cats, centrally kx-ated, t'lrrJlt'nt invited to come, bring your HIM and i tIle horx-r i i. worthilySANFORD ta..q pi

,.ttiett It taO cents, won by nonn' 4, BALL GAME.Theconlert table! reasonable ratrt. Mrs Kate: join the claw next .Nirclay -I''c.k. '!
$300 between the Jensen and Myers, proprietress.Ve ( There will be pn-a.-hiD" at Mints at 3.00 '
The io-.rf..t) hawbaI!1 ,
Fifth event, 10 blue rocks, entrance Ti'u.\'il! banrbali nines wu the chief \ return hearty thank tn Mr. Wm II". m. ; nine arrive here '!.. ,

$100 and 12 00 added money. Brady and the time the Pomeroy and Mr. Will II. Uobm-son, of yesterday aftt.rwJlo( to pia; a game with .jjr.the .
attraction of the day by I M'H"EDi T'.r.. 'liornr .
till the
rune, curs |, lo"n '"iur
won fret money, $5,50 on 8; RonaU was started there was faliy t '\) Kid ; and to Mn S. II. Saunders and j :i
gm peopie t Ctrut stock grown on high Fine un&I -of rain pot n flop I" the Kinv. Alttrtixb 1ft '
third .
sacondoa7.t30Branning on t\ Mr. C. A. Robinson, of Men, each wn-i- ..
on the cronn.1, om: My as many asIXU I Indian River Nurvtri**, y. had .,cr.....! to ptsy. tt.e tf.
$220. first is irg a crate of fine pineapples last week to Send for Toledo and Vest ..1
:, but the fixture a very cunnervative ciUbfu, OrUndo: .K nfurd
MIKOK SPORT. estimate. the editor of Twit STAE. It seems that ourJ.1I1 I i Palm Beach FU. nine at thw aftrrr'3D :. '
they have staid over to play tie Titu "'..
The minor sports cam off jo.-t t..r..1't' Mr. Eam Martin, of Melbourne, eenrw,1 friends in the pineapple belt have JILtcttiflITtl'.IIOt'. viliea this inorbirg! the game to b- con 1 :
the editor
not fbntntlen even' if they are
the'dinner hoar, consisting uf five event u umpire and fulfilled the exacting dutiesof living in another county now. un't forget I do ali kind!* of blacksmith ; merry.l at ,-.'?), st which time Tat JFf tit frh. ..

follows ; that position to the satisfaction of both I and wa,"on work, bop liOeirj 1..1 l &rrs4y gorse tf lor..... ..: "

Foot race for men; 100 yards; firs the ronUwting nine IMLLAB4 TO VOl. and gun rrptinng.: Cali and "H-e 1114' --- -------- J

prue boxing gloves won by Jim Wd- Ic the first inning Jensen toored the J. n EvcLt'ltoatilte.. Fla. 'ar'-'ma tat. riecited. bic. ked and new
Yon w ill sale money by eoirsi to Penney u_ _. .
lianas; second, tuft links, by Henry Hop firM run, and Titosville fanned out. In A Bracnin/e! fur tour Ckrthinz, |i NtN tatuI.Ia"TO4a:. batntspwton.Ii -Vi Miami ,"'ram t."IJo. 1'f' ,

WM third cub $2.00 WalUu'Cnwk.Bjyt the second inning Rogers scored fur r. :-1..." Hats. Fancy anal While Vest, ]I % idry. C. V.Hin. .h't. H..ktt ksur, A tParry

; loot race, 100 yard; Bowman tasville and Jeneen fanned out In the :;shirts Neckties, 1I'1IOitary, Brits! Collar', i:j' Mrs. M. L !YMv.(k keep-' a'.ellav Tuewlay.-- ... .. --- '. .
alrtwl Mock of fnx-rriV If* *'-rr f*rmterly I.'
Ctwate third inning the Jensen boys bt their Cutf, etc. I ri sis: .jt.A. ,
'e Cariiie won first, cub $1.00; A crnnpMet' k of Clothir/atvJ t rt>nt*' known as the Nmtr.zerair t..JiMln", y:,

:Shop, artond, rash 50 ceoU. Ckw nerve and the home team made seven FnrnirhiD Any and everUin that i jcwrner bin trrt earl Wshir.g ae'noe. IMtvrred anywise in tf &;.. n ..f Ta. r-

,blab with Carlile sporting ahead ju runs ooe br each player except for Nor Corn are? can be (Cod tb..re. Prompt **"r\ur. I low r.tt4, rli Wei ta.fillr.: Send inr )oor Mamiinonlrr.' 1 .

', the wood and Hopkina, the former striking All Seals marked ia plain f gurt-s, one ;I go"Juds. ._ 1tytlt NCi)+.i. R> .
before reaching tape ail. --- --- ---- u .
SO yard; MitchellKyaerwon out and the Utter wu left on hue. In price to I DI: TU "ottu:. .
Boya'aack race, rat MALL ;
Pvcscr A PESabLy<;, t CHEAP rOB CAkH.
first easily priw $2 O) goldcarf the fifth inning Rogers and I>mer scored The Ck4hiers and FarnUher Dr. Hoazhton ha the IVtv. rw t j.1 i boot rs, seres of rrl high land .1 '"
TifcmiBe and in the sixth Jerwenorked Titusuthis fat tV Indian River hotel d--.-k ar..lIll r on :
;' pin; Fred Frcadey woo src or> !, for: Fla. tb*east or ocean cid of th* Indian ricer ;
remain; lit ho werk S B.
: taah"$1.00. Kywr got ha fart in the hard and made tar Baker, --r -- --- f! at lh* Narrosa dtriU-d at follows: Lot .J. ..
,p and After "n Oln BDIECKE'lAIUIUUK.Yknt :: No. 3, edioo 35, alto lot No. 3 ""
of the lICk and walked right Trice, Racty eoorinf. se(tioa V
careen \ >K\V KlJ-TAt In>T. '
I tills aDd launch awninjs mad in 31 tooth "" V
that the vbitors went oat in one, two 36 "I"n hif> r osce 2 J east *
.', away from the othera. np in first clam style, miMew proofed if If you want a meat or 1. >:> l...rat finely io- '
three cootettaats, H. and tbn order with Uoskr left on the "ffd. Fall adJl't'tItII. l. For farter '
High Joap; partirobn reawNaW prima i-aironue the I'.k cite> particulars sddie** is

ilaDeb, Jensen; H. I!'.pkins. Afetaoder. h.. in tbe cicbth. TUwilletbeo added BOCTKC. f fi*+tjuirant, nAr.- r Mn ftrtrt and! \\'at!.. .:. M. Lu., ,

'ml.; tooth won first money, th ree more rant,to her ac&re ia tbe eijbth, Tittavilie Ft*. ,In.OD avenue. j j Brockton, M IU. ..i1 .

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2" GENERAL: DffiECTOBY jam'-p0ealaIOD' of the fortnne' doe STATE LINES.. .

Dot hinge upon hs maktcghatard- a
L- uxinazcltlz1G oas attempt to Cod the north pole lie Nebraska Is tb first state la the pro= .._ kt A

S may abandon the project and still according doctioa of rye.. .

4A .EVa B i to his father's will the millions :ArB!w Oregon law provide that ama

;rte _,- iey, jaaohal,SAd taiTOWSOFFICEElDr.E. .aoUeesoxi may .be.bis. ,Cat the, boy says convicted of wife Iwatiaf mar be

= S." E. PylM, clerk sad Msarei; JoisH gravely that b* will do,the thing that punished :with whipping not to exceedtwenty.Jaafces
Seary, awcmr; JB*. & Walker IX & : SNOW
Prf cbud. E. L. gMtur.F. A. Uotsaa. W. b e knows \VTlSanj ,J: gfer' would be H
: ,. &, BnasiBC. eoaact1* s. The eoaacu most proud to hare him do. Jttnaesota has passed a bill making'fathers

toeeU Ins r&Md*]r bi Mchoonmr mastb. '-The'big thing that I have todo_ la and mothers joint guardians of

my Bf e Is to Had the'north pole" be their minor children. Minnesota' Is the
said IOkmu1J"1Il't'aU. sincerity. "It Is thirteenth' state to take such action.

f : g OFFICEia-A-Pwoer-'Tito. the greatest thing open for any man to 'The vital statistics of the state of Vermont

c ? + fide,0MI1d1 Jadxt D. I.GaaUea,.TUoa- da It would 't* great to do what so IOOr that in 1902 nine residents
jam : rule. attorney A. A. Stewart
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# Y' Titasvflla, deck rirtait eaart; PJA. MeXlUsl. many others could _not d().' 1 would of that state died at ao age exceeding

F f : fro OUIU (ax .*. r E.W.Hall, piss my father's name on the map to 100 yean. The year 1903 shows the : Rheumatism.Cots.

.Tiro/Nktit' ..iesZI.torJobulhesrrTt remain there as Song u the world lasts.Wouldn't demise of four more who had reached ASureCue Sprains. Wounds. Old
;< villa, tramm; J. K.:Walker TU viik, Sores Corns Bum
ar that be fine to
a repay
: way that 100190.& beats both
tee4t1l'el.taUc instnetkm J.O.i. age previous
; Galls BruIses, Contracted Muscles Lame Bade, Stiff Jests
'Fn ,TrlMviOe, caaat J P. himMy : years, hating twelve. Frosted Feet. Bums Scalds etc.
.- Bwws.TBatirltlssDatQ;'; W, a' :iorireod, father first sent;; Captain Baldwin AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdues Inflammation
'Tjta vilteitiMti ti t officer. but be failed. Ten Mr. Fall of
THE WRITERS. and drives out Pain.
;iff .. COUSTY OMUC1SSIOSEB8.-B A. OakliatTUlnun Brooklyn undertook the task. He has PENETRATES to'le Pores loosen the Fibrous Tissues
y esalrmaH W. R. Wiktr11 been beard and )ir: W. 8. Monies
: ; ; > not from The profits of authorship In Poland promotes a free cJreulatioo of the Blood giving the
:. '4 taavtlte;Job B. Mfc* 1****$$ J**. C. Camp 'my father's Iee'Mlrr. went natural elasticity.
JMCS Qu1; J. Frank Bell White Cto., are not very great It la said that no
r .r! aeadona are heW fint Monday InSI. away a little bl tore'm1 father died to author except Sienklewicz would refuse BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH

'. escknoBth.OOUSTY start a relief expedition. Of coarse Mr. j&SOO for a novel ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED

t FLtLtrmty, for all we know, make the
SCHOOL BOAED.-B. F. Hardestr. With the retirement of Edward J.
great discovery. I have to wait at CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISMMrs.
Sebutu A.J.Outer lbrn
eUirtnan ; Wheeler from the editorship! of the
r MIl:J. Z Om!, White OtyBegukr aese east[ mull I'm twenty-one. Some one.
Literary Dr. Isaac K. Funk has
sions are held first Monday each month. may get ahead of me. But It the poleIs
500 St Knoxrffle.Tens. .
taken peninal charge of the paper E. A. Simpson, Craig ,
[ undiscovered. when I become a manI the baths of
., writes "I have been trying
; with William! S. Woods ax bin chief assistant
F RICH BOY'S LIFE OBJECT shall Curtly try to make,the discovery. Hot Springs, Ark., for sciatic rheumatism, but Iget

My father'and I never settled on more relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment

any plan. That would be a foolish One of the slowest of literary workers than any medicine or anything I hue ever tried.

thing now, because time my father is j. M. Barrie, who write but two Inclosed find postoffic order for 100. Scud me

.- Young ZieglerWillUseHis$33,. feinted oat would make many change hours a day He COUP 'QQa slowly and large bottle by Southern Kxprtis."

In the machinery of steamships and painstakingly and once IiU two hours THREE SIZES: 25c sac AND $1.00Ballard
000,000 ,to Find North Pole. It 1 seldom his interest
are complete that
(perhaps by studying the failure of otheta BE SURE YOU GET THE OCMVtE
In his tale lead him continue.
new am': better routes would be to
'. Snow Liniment Co.ST.
It HOPES TO LEAD AS EXPEDITIOHL found when I came to make the trial." .

.e'i SUBURBS. LOUIS U. S. A. .


F..re..F......... Say It !. IIUAmbKloa Milwaukee's new directory showsa
population of fl*\)irt for that
to r.. HI* Fester Fat' A "hat shop" was opened In London
the It Is Chlcajfj's greatest pubiirb.Chicago
by Countess Fabricotti m-eatly.{
Ihcr.JlaMe .. tb. Hap to Last as
Liveried footmen haudfd around tea Keoord-llerald. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
l.tiR M tfce Wor.d-HoW' He Be.
and cater With eighteen hour train to the RED CROSS PHABMiCT TITOSTILLE and EAU GiLLIE EAU OAUIE
... tke .. of Tomtk. PHAHMACT
Blchett Mrs. John Jacob Astor labor under Windy City now scheduled and even -_ '- ---.. -

Fourteen-year-)1d WHlam Ziegler continual terror of becoming too stout.A faster time In sight Chicago i* becoming -

yet her figure has Lot noticeablylost Ii suburb of New York.-New York Southern
f t the richest boy In the world and theadopted Railway.
-to heir tiny of Its grace, but there U a Herald.
f son and sole of the late .
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haunting fear that the curves are becoming -

..r I' {-. William Ziegler the baking powder too Cun'd.Mrs. The Bow Worm Medicine. --- -- -.--KFFKCTIVK--- ..--APR-__.. .|_0_,_1001._ .. ., h_ .. n _

'!\., r king and projector of polar expwlf- Tbeododa Beacbam I U said! to II. P. Knmj druggist, Leighton \Ia., :IAlJy'' 'X t--I.:..lwe'--J--"' --11'1--Yew- lark.-;- :- -' ;-1a-
F I lions recently told for the first time ..write: "One of mv customers i had a ; ; Daily. i i IMIf.TWp.
be the
only woman contractor on a -
f ;. In'an Interview with a New York Jour child w hick was Sits and threw up all 754 p; :=! tuaTiT Lv JacLsuaville l 'Ia.--+o.R1. Ar. 'Ylltl a, 1
a f railroad In the United Mates She Is fo : ual reporter how he has determined to from Michigan and has au imi>ortaut ..! .. ... '
taught one tattle White's CreamVermifuge 5o.a ::' :: J 05..f t.!.X.,t' : .?__. o. If.'v! : i I' l4 p .....:. :.. 3n. a
.. .4. y.,'. devote all the millions left to him blI" contract with the Old Dominion ICail- and it brought up 119 worms tH:! p\-I( i!TlMa /Ar. KicbimmJ..! Va:::..:.:: : :._.So. lpLv.- 14 3\ p ._' ::-._ 'll tie.y

; his faster father to seeking after the road of New England. from the child. It's the boss norm nied-! 950 p' _u"j 943a .Ir. W blnton.IU "7.--._No.Iy f.v.7' !I03I a------; :' U' p

north pole and how h* plAns Mrs Mary S. Cobb of Nurthami.tou, seine in the world. White's'!! Cream Vermilage II gi p ..-__ alt kt a Ar. Jtimore.. Md..u..I. I:. K Lv. I 6 U i, ,- .E; 8" p t
: uponreaching Mass. bas SmlUi'colU- Is slat] the children's tonic It 2 83 ai 1,..._., U pAr. Philadelphia Pa...-- .wI'. I:. U I.v. 3 M a:. .- SMpX08.33
t'. ; but majority to personally presented to improves their Jigt-ftion and awimilation 30i!..... .. 413 P Ar. New York. X. '-.._ P. K. C Lr. ill 10 a .1'- N ;
i lead au expedition into the frozen arc her m&guiflcent estate in the suburbs .=.:: : !
of (,1001. +strengthens; their nervous system
". tic regions to place upon the world's of her city The institution will use an.l rotorw them to the health, vigor and 31-"New York awl FloriJa{ Eaptrea." Daily Pulluian Iranian ?craw

1' /. map tor all time to the of the estate for a sanitarium and house and of natural Sll'C'l'inr'ar brtwn-n Jarksuaville and New York.
come name elasticity spirits to child.
t Nt>a.and 3!>-M\V-.,;hinjt6n and Florida Uwltrd. Daily I'ulluuu DrawiaxXo I'-N
F .>' his father, wbo has left him such. of rest for the atudenta.After his)'J. Sleeping Car between Jt-k ouville and New' Port.Iktilyoi .

t. : >" great riches. trying in vain to escape jury .c_':=_-_'__ -:';"'-: ;";"' ----=

.: .. Here Is his own story: duty Mrs. Mary K. apler of Cripple Water G'lI.In Thruub"Thelandorth.6lr":: .

will be of the richest Creek, Cola, was t-hOHen forewoman ota 1SS) the first latent fur water &;H \ [ .
.k"I. one men In Cruick- 7351' Lv.JackelnvtileFla; ,-...._...._.._._...___....?..___tio It,. Ar, Tm;.
,, the world. But I know it will not turn Jury that tried a divorce case there. was taken out in England by 121 al Ly. $.v.nh.b. is.-------,4j.. kp. Ar. t 50 a

F my beAd when 1 gain possession of all She was the first of her sex lu Coloradoto shanks 600s. Ar. Columbia. t. C.------...___.._.:__...;.?__-&. It,. L,. lIS a13o

>: J that money. I will try aud do the serve in that capacity. PI Ar. Asheville, : ..._____.__....._...__........_-&. ",. L" HI p
: .. J'.*? : :' Kobfnpltrrf.Kobesplerre 237 Ar. Hot vrin,.. N.C.------------_..___.. ......_.t'o. lip. J.y. ,11t3 a
,, 4 ;;:. '. most good I can.with my millions. MM. Elizabeth B. Wheaton affectionately had thla! face, !'halllnO"t' coo pi! Af. KIIOSvillr. TC'no.-.u......_........ __._...... .......So. Ry. Iv, t. a

; tft". : "The big task of my life Is to find the styled the "mother of Wheaton narrow forehead a and small _-.813 si! .ir' (1'nriunsti. Ohis,:.:_ ._._............-..__.... .. ..::.;...:.:__11.51:. Le.: arb ,
north Female has died ---- ---- --- -- -
pole. Many brave men have wuiinary Just
mouth with thin lips.: He always SU6.29 and 33-1'uilmlo Una sag CooID and UU dr t Sleeping (Era 1.-to ten JM k k..yU...l
F t tried to do It and t1iUt d.. If by the at Norton Ma<% Itt tie ace of nlnet.-- St. Louis, dailJ

It time I become a man no other man slx. Nearly all of her large estate willhetvme dressed neatly Butt was often mistaken ------ .. -.. -- -- '----___ __. _. __ __ 0

I:{,, has made a great name for himself by the t'rOllf'rt of the seminaryMrn. for n department clerk: or Uwkkwper.JUST ,! No.13 ItttweenJarkwnrlileaodhi-Yorth and-tied- :--- ''I) U : --

1 f.. doing it I111 start out to discover Barwell. wife of the late Ji-n --- '.-- ---- --- .
.u..J i 74." P Lv. Jackanrtlle. M. by............. ... ._...... .... -t. .
E': the |wle. I am only fourteen years old.I cral Charts I nn'll.{ C. H_ who was --..... 300 a Ar. Maros 1.IC.n.-.L'. fill V.I/h..,/. ..

: Ji!. mutt! study bard for years to fit myself burled; at Harrow lu InKu.1: : the; other ONE .-...-- 3t) a Ar. Atlanta. N.n,.. .--.-.- -. -.-----.-.... Lv It JI _. ..

: .' to !*' the right kind of a loader. day wan with her husband in the .- --.. 945. JUltt.3I1.II'p, N. U7-----.... .... ......... .. p742)p' -- .

:- '. "Human lives will be in my bauds. Indian mutiny and was! the last Our a0R D that word Is -. .. -..'- .trt1nrinaatL (lueeo&t'rri. .rnt _.. .___..__. ...I..j. ) .!. .
d -:::. !lI'1 LLllut'iansti.YltiaFun: i ; 1uute.--------------i I.v. 734st.71G1 ,:....
: It will be d-tfijreroiH. I may sacrlflce vlvor of the HI tat",1 Lucknow! garrioi. -
1 tUrag.e l I;to Fuur Bout t .. .. ..Lt. .
Tn << .
tt's -- "
: ,8.f.
'g. my life.\ I nnJerstatul all this. I talk- Mary WIV* of Uniontowti, Pa., ha-. :: :=: : :.
t .. Lviwluaati.
has Pt-au.
1'1) eii .. .
: ,. td It over with my father. IJ will be the ''tin'tton of having attendol pub refers 710 .h.ulC" hoo. 1.I0.\r.j. i
t to Dr. Tutt's Liver I'HUanJ ,a,. + _.- : __. .. .. ,, 5.!iiSI'I .
In bonor of 1:1. m..morthat I win: try Uc: m'bofJ every day for ih'.rtwu: I>Hwcutlre _. ... pi, 1.1'' ('j1.ilJlI.tl.! (:. II. it I-tlotlon. ........_. 'r. 147311 /. _,.-. .
';l 1 to find the north i oe. He dearly wl bcd year. :She ban mT been SAWS HEALTH. -. -,. "r, < lura<<\). C.II.A U.-opuu -- -----.L... eel '1.; .

/ 1".i t 'If to tie the: father r of the expedition tardy a s'nclc time and no ttwher ha Are >ou constipated! ? :... ::.' II 4irrl.yT'i ..i na i, r. H.SIL::4Iltb.C.-oL..lr.: -7fsa.;:

;' '. 1 ..:; that would do H.r ever found it nrimauil TrouWcJ with iiulit>tcn? --.... a .,, C. JI k ",-it.h. (.t'IIt..T.... ;i1l w p------

.:. I. .' And the hats fully understand So her for any cruse whate\er. irt'jo 5fk headache? ? '":,--,::,, -7 25a- Atlh. :.. troit. ._ -.1I..t It -lith: ('t'.Lt...._7 ..__L!: i .t/I.r.. ..
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that while at most tm! ... ... ....
j 4 rollicking youug E FLY CATCHES. == = 9M L'iD, nnatc-
A'JVc-fthc'eivm toms and others p Itig 'our-------. ;! Bid .
ti: ready to his llp- when bethinks tn i att inaction of the Ll> ER.many ... 0-- 8. LS a 2.!: C1lu. list Fuur::=- -. -...-..-....Lv. i 9a).I'_'

: .. of these thing the gravity of a Jimmy ('ollill<4 of the 1'xHton AinerKay YOLI oed -. .. ..' 530 pLy. IAlinton, o. Ry-u...u..........,....___ r, '104% at. ....
t man comes into his eves and lift kaur he hac no fear for the .. fill) PI Louiuille.. Nn. Jly--_............-._..----.I.,'. 14) .,._ .

1 : pmb.Wllliaci. somas: of the team whey It gets grog. !.::_ __ r. JI, ... _nJ...:::...:::.::::_.:: .::.::.:. .: _! 'le. le. ..::..:.:.' .

'i' % Ziegler:! Is the tx>y*" name.t' (lii.k Stnhl I.A. 1hud lI-1'bfl Florida Limited." --
not felt U well thNKprlc Ifciljr SolidY.lilmU Train. Tbrut... hap
('tauslauat.ied at Fate in tbetUJlttt'r Tutt'sPilis Cd rbra and Pollniao 1
'j SlerpinK RrtwH-n Jarkxmvillr
: ; 4i. in former season*. and his -- -. .- __ __.. _u.. ., _. and, jindnaftU. ,_
. 'fi -. of little Willie: Zi 'g:>r. He was born breakdown was looked fur. After a --,-- -- -

;. .. to the name of Ur-ait. Ills father rest the old rclIaMf: will come lu handy No. 3 ;I No. Ill; Bfotw,_ J..lillO.ulll. and K>p.... CIj. X.. ll'So45pj : ei

'..' ;& : was a poor man. Hut he wa$ a halfbrother rill CocsiiUu'trau..f.r to Introit Take No Substitute. :-.-:-: =-: Lv. Jacksonville. S+,. Ky.._ ._ ___.. ..=".:.-- e3A a .. .. .
I t to William! 7 egh-r. William"iojler .__ :; SJJa Ar.AlUota.Cia. (J.R'.h'J.9.
buL ----- .. ..
him: a world! of ipmd. Heuon 1.- n.
;: made rcKUoni! out of bakingpowder. ..u.. :ill 45 a' Ar. nirminrham. Ala.. o.Ity----__.... ..."_.._._ I... III .. .
.;: i Uraii'it died Isis children KfidiLg the third ba-coen and 71, MKtI'abaHe Stiff J'Jdl..4: B..rB.IlI.r _m.... smp: Ar.SfempbiLTenn.. Friuro. ...... ._. ,--- -..Lr.w _
r{*o batting Utter titan he duel i 9 4D a! Ar. K nwu lily, M. ., Friam _. !
ever i : LvXo .
Each true Putltikrd. ::: _. .. .... '., __ e
: '. ij weiv taken to the borne of *vml of I.. (.otP, : = -. .- : .o.. -..IL-: :':."-'..:
's J hU relative. 1.1.11.Ib ruUlionaire.dUJdh RUDDER 13 and Jt-Tbe furi-!s UmitM Daily.r.XCKLI.KST .

t' +?, ihkxViillc! from anj.mg r elwfI\ are swieral star pitchers in IJI.MM1 CAK !' ..11I( V.. *
: the fhicagj! \\ : Sos club. There I Ii
ib (
' :.. his brothers and Ut ri. Ami so while: HOW-TO BOOKS JC.Lt5KIdNrldPa..eaerAgentIs'\>>( \l.j ;.I'HI..f.."' _011111.}!.,
I tone that Manager: Jone* u":irly !
Kate lud ordainedmlugly that Willie auy'rt'11 Over >J o krill hir ivm tarot front h Sn c. II. ACK FoP-T.G. HTAVlm.O.: .%.
S ; ui>an |i> i-nii: the team out ,-f a i ',.. Ii _
'.: wiu to l-tf a powr bjy l'hmnlaugb.- ptT1c. s bo-> Su.tufrr -4 near 8.II.HAKDWICK.P.T.M. IKO4IK4 MnlUMV. ,%. t..i'.A.
hole. TillI I J" "1"x""hit.-. d re .Bd uf- a every tttFufl detaildmi
f. ed at tiif nvbftue an l led the million ,t ..f.a |.TU. th>r.trf ,.hit K it .ad
'. -Ire bait uurlv to the bate's trade Tip O'N.l ur Ut year's Wa-.hluJ hc,. to rule tt--T ,t ntrtlr tly timp;.. THEBridgeport

. ;; t. X e?. and JUt of it he rhJM{ cam Into the ton U |iuttlt!!: ujt a rattling g<*nl gamef.MT : HOW TO 8JIUO: A RACER FOR ISO :

MilwaukH. but of late he ha. it ton.1 W,(I,.\ M IwU.rrwM kfl i The (I
I. I attar of Ul< uew fatli r. tb-4teOed to I* 1..0 ....,. ..-....., -w ra4gaak..WLan..t.-ui *a. MotorjItj
the Albert boy In the world and deUned. audenog w" Ith a "charley bar**" whii HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK

i i tool ta have LU whole future taken ba. n/r''t'h..1/ hi* playing f'Oncld..rat.lI A I'.. bt tw. .hn.an. e..ret ... 1.-)s. ..... b .
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.o.i -we '! .1aI. .... .,_..
.t t .-:', away forevenuore front the Influpai Hrliirtck ay< he will "!gn with theQuc.nnatl l fI.....aI,....-...4 _,..... -

't. i vf t'h mv- a future that wa to 1-e Re."!.1 tf hi* n-lcai. ran U- MOW TO BUILD A RUCIIli SLOOP
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t .' laid out for him and a future tlut de St"I"uf1"Il" tl'l.lm the St Ix>uU! Amerir.m" .XMv4ft. \.. ../ .M./..nN. Vf t* '-0.4.S r-_ !

; mauled of l.ru that be ..he.>aU U othtrwUe /Iud .n! the r-luU tn tie l..-:ide \\ .t 1 ... .4&. ; ,

J famous than as a very wealthy waiveL.Irn. Iiv.klcnt H...!g e4. how MOW.,.TO..BUILD .A .MOTOR. .LAUNCH
> .l 4 t'ti' .I .o, "' ''_.......
x ..: i&ib; that. tuJ W. he Must make forhimself I"H'I' >ay4 nay. 0 ..B l..4Ss' ... s_ 'or...&J_..-
;t iaiiuortal tbachlcveiurut HOW TO IUILO A KNOCKABOUT'
an name by
.. A". .-' .at LW ,... ta1., .n-...., o-
: ; of a treat and dup-roa. .tI.Io.. ..h., -'-""" a. e4-- ...." It tandr. alone fur r-Hlcieni-j and

rr task froia ulikh otter mm had fi'.nrh With its HOW TO BUIia A SMoL-DRauGMt SLOOH htrt.IIidII.
companion*, '*rt burn nUtnnce .
i 1 ed' tlil. *"orae of Mwta, and filXI. alwf I. kvpi.ruy of the liver omstt{<&w.n. -.-.....SWb.s.t.. .e..o1.y...!! It
.i twan-Ib task of the discovery of p sip tat stn of tier bean Je'hr bJontl.Itt"JJ. MOW TO BUILD A HATTIE OA SMAMPICtnll plenty of metal and it U i

the north pole. a {... sail i>lr nervous jrcplom!, Billo w tq ...-.....-.. .......-.,,...... !<...., where it does the niM gl ttJ.
.. ,. .. .. .
! skin fool .. .-.""'-,.,.--",,--...
Thit U what the riche boy in the lor.ne, cJt'.t"oeip t.rt'*th and a It i U in .
t wtK-n of oilier HOW TO BUILD A UOCCL YACHT perfect ct..hu and Hurtntauhip.
; world 1< bU: lie N a talk chap. Hela HmDU. is at once theRvort a et.ha _.1 1....k.w ........__...
id prmd ail] detractive malady "M4 _..... _. .
1 t study. 1U hair U brown *ud curly
aruotif the Amrriran pw'pJ-. The
< his eye blue He bat a small tame, a trrmunenl a ill cure all the e tniabW. Herbine -- PRICE $1. EACH t.. EferJ'thID meant ttolllribin//.:.

i! bit tilted r'Tt an.! a g;n l\e. His 5Vi bottle. S U by fed Cro P.
I 4;. mouth I* ..t:.Uiu his couij.kilou jow.lug. Pharmacy and Eau Gallie! 1'tl&rtnaCy.OA8TORXA. Booed: h tVxS Coli Vn* *-p vl f6to.. -

He wlU 1>r bat'ly grow up into a ..y u W4uretsrle,tydn.a pears. .

'S i ; short, sturdy, active, round headed, THC RUDDER POBUSHtNG CO. Bridgeport Machine & Motor Co. '

; ( t 4 :. trunk eyed stun He has bait propped .
, -1M Tata IN sue Um Ni Tea, u. a. a
r i .ta a big! rfilr now beotoae he received ls&
acr- S..i aortr Ja Causes .f &.4/_ Bridgeport. Con. .
t>' 1t an Injury ta the teodoos of a leg ta a 1'akJ4.i L4 h":1_

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7. 44: I of the agitation for a fort at Cape laobtl enthusiast has just returned to ;-.r t-: .::.,. SV,', : -1 .
Henry. The mine systra: appeared to
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around tn world ; '
America from a trip ; : : .JI-
.be effective la defending the titles of
la his twcntj-four horsepower a toaxo- "
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Wahs and Baltimore. V _
bUe. lie and his party left Boston ",_.,, ; I .
+ z .i- e:3. Bowers Oat Lecmis Criticised. July 12 last year on tho assoclatkm inn '- ., "
I The peremptory dismissal of Herbert = .
to the world's fair 'the car was salp' -

r W. Bowen as Unite States mfetettr pfd back to Chicago and, then* thy < '
i to Tenev 1a,1Dd from' the diplomatic started vest by way of Minneapolis, "' .

[ service was ordered June :O by President traveling with Caagid wheels oa the 0; '. --; .

EooservU as a result of baring tracks of the'Soo" and Canadian Pacific F.=' ,: -

brought take and mauc&c charges railroads to Vancouver. Then VV, -V; V -

against A fcttaat Secretary of State they shipped to Honolulu and toured t

Francis B. Loomis, who preceded, him the Hawaiian Islands. la the 1'tJ11J. M

at Caracas. As to Bowen's. .denial that land they bad the distinction of bringing -

be b-l presentedformal the first steam vehicle of any kind

___ .-.. -I; ': charges 'ji New Zealand thauto covered a distance ,

G. be should not be removed altion Norway as against Loomis of 1.1-iS miles along the most t

1. POLITICAL I Old Paper Turn Socialist. A declaration president says southerly road in the world In Australia -

-.nA'. .w The Appeal to 'Reason and other SoclalUt dish council of / that It was merely the ClkMea party went t. $ f
""- '''f\WhY' I I'j' the a matter of miles, and bad roads. The .
.i' ; .rmo" and Judton Quit. papers in the west are making ty of riksdag to found natives "
tions with : rt terms, u numerous of Fiji called the auto nhe fatherof :
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the much of the of
the Portland Oregonian
.administration took the public Cop -
old and a basis of a di cosatuunlca all devils" "boat oo the ro&"" and .,
an established
Into Bepub- .
:! confidence
its regarding the much rlons from'Dow.en '
f. .(( the of "
countries could carriage lightning.
llcan dally to the Socialist In
-i% disputed cutrse.
Santa Fe rebate case when to the statedepartment
r extra session of
Its editorial: annouj-rnNiit the Orvs Oarsman Barred For Cribbing.
June %1. It gave to,the the entire had s
press June
2U '
clan declared It belle: tba ti Cornelius E. senior member
.. ?coaatyU Paly "
: 'f.lj = Mrrapondence between Gen-' In fact Included
Attorney booked for Socialism because of the Czar Again Talks of the Vale crew has been tt&l1'1 -
:f ''traryoodr and Special Counsel HariBon. statements Injurious -
: grwd of speculator* In c&pzulizing tte Czar Nicholas of to the character the faculty from representing the university .
& and Judson In connection with -
:, i want of the nbllc. hating been found of
1 ;? a deputation from guilty
of his
fu... resignation of these attorneys. superior.
'.t( Bastes i Reformer. headed by cribbing at examinations.What .
City vas LoomU.
4 ., Til*, attorney, general disagreed with 1
b .taelr" adrlce to .bring criminal proee- The eipwtr1!, rorn In Philadelphia's: dent of the coagres The president Lady Managers Saved.

li (: rnflon against the officer of the Atcbl- tide o( reformation came last week to the list of charges Bowen The audit of the board of lady managers .

.p ,: ;108,Topeka and Santa Fe railroad In- when the city campaign committeeof still grieved at the with hating In the St. Louis lair shows a balance '

dudlng Paul Morton. .)lr.. Moody wasr the broken Republican machine and that his will shown complete of $ItIn the treasury above to.

..... In favor of pros adopted resolutions declaring for personai of elected .1'f'P disloyalty to tU all expem This amount ,,'lIIt.., returned "
4f erutlngthecum- registration, and prepared forjhe state. ,The fact service to which to the exposition company -

:: -,. patty but not withdrawal of VIA candidates In was received, \\ be belonged atd They had KiOwX ) to spend out of the

'"';&" the men because !order to accept the suggestions of certain congress Itself bad to the country loan granted by the government

;'9 'x ..,.. be said i Vulon League party men who aim indicated a change! which be reps A &500, 00 G. A. R. HaIL +
'It... not enough evidence I to effect reform within the party Hues. Japs Must Fight On.The seated Mr. Bow. Upon the recommendation of II. C.

.x Then came the magl>>trate.* decision *n bad told the '
bad been Japanese Herbert w. Bowen. F>itk, who has agreed to contribute
<, brougbtto.bow to boLl ex-Chief" lijgineer Hill for trial formal letter has president and $1,4Y: O.nUd\ the leader of the Grand t

that Mr. Morton on charge of forger aDd falsification the field of the Secretary Taft that his rvslgnatioa! Army o: tb? ne;>ubll<; are planning: to .

or the other of records of the nitration bureau lathe plains that nothing would be an admission of misconduct erect a $:.:(\\I..oJ memorial hall at .

... officers of the Interest ,of the Purham-McXIcbol structs all to be and the president then directed that Ube Pirtsburg. of. S

"," : railroad were contract combine. Evkkuce against continued war. dismissed from the service. Accidents.The '\

", r cognizant of the U1K was given showing that be personally press northward Secretary Taffs report on the evidence eastbound Twentieth
rebates com- directed a subordinate to falsely held by LJuevitch shows that the only transactionMr. Cf'nturlUmU"t
the Lake t Shore railroad
on :
'plalllt'ot.. increase the estimate of work done In northern I (' Loomis ever bad with the Arphait
a while going at tb* rate of fifty or sixty
t Writing fromCincinnati. by the contractor. general t'D :l { trust was a transfer of funds from e
miles hour derailed
Mayor Weaver took the Important Neither country I Caracas to New York In which Mr. an was near
.. *
Mentor. 0., June 21. by an
1ftllu. lIar- step of authorizing the Audit company suggestion of (' Loomis was indiscreet in becomiig openswitch
I ; Judge Harmon. mon aait Jud J. of New York to make a rigid examination an armistice. personally Interested in the Mtrcaoo causing the death of nineteen
and the of others.The 'i S
persons Injury many
eon reiterated their into the record and contracts claim. Elsewhere Mr. Taft says that
: opinion that the of. I Pushing Chines forward part of the train was destroyed .
i.-' Aces were fad of the filtration work. When Loomis was "treading on dangerous y 4
guilty primA They.argued During the week
by It was believed that
:'f that since corporations could the accountants have got the facts together dents representing ground In bringing his official life! u>
the switch wrecker
was opened by a
: not bo Imprisoned and as evils are corporate Engineer W. Barclay Parsonsof have met at close to a transaction! In which he mu..t klllM $

r to name but Individual fact, New York !la to make a minute examination lotions to boycott \ be expected to have a great personal and Twenty-three many more persons were Injured were In a sti
-II" the the work done. This I Interest. Nevertheless be is convincedthat
Jaws would not be obeyed until of stimulate Chinese head-on collision the Western
on Maryland
: the government searched out the guilty something entirely new In the munici 2uO members 'from Loomis has been cruelly slandered railroad June IT.
men and made in the charges against his Integrity and
"corporate wrongdoing government. guilds{ of \ '

mean personal punishment and dis signed an agreement sincerity. -See Alt of lh. *... r tt

i honor." felt SO/ft) tael if The Inhabitants of this earth never .
I The correspondence Included also a ported purchasing I SCIENTIFICA I get a glimpse of but one side of the ) ,

l :: letter from President{ Roosevelt to Attorney Ten thousand copies moon, but in the course of a year

""_'_ General Moody, In which b* In- Rogers' Execution Stayed.By are being circulated. every portion of the sun's surface U ,"4 H

't .::t .close* one from Secretary Morton diF the action of Jnd;? Wheeler of France Agrees to New Phyeicological Theory. turned toward us. This Is lcau the

l.V .Lying be bad any knowledge of the nolawful the circuit court at Brattleboro.! Vt. After a week Professor; Starling, lecturing for the suds equator 1s almost coincident with
In granting an application of a writ of London England College of Physicians
j.;,. practices complained of and ic the French ( ) the plane of the ecliptic, the Inclination ,
\ F" ttt1n'tbat, he had In fact exprwaly apical to! tb. federal supreme court on June 22. expressed the belief
that It was willing! being only! about seven degrees.
-d ; forbidden such practices. The president the execution of Mrs. Mary Rogers mands of Emperor as a result of recent discoveries, that _

$ ; U unwilling to have Mr. Morton condemned for the murder of her husband each organ of the lady produces a CIIOLKKA INY.4-.n'\{. ,
ference the Mor !!
+ (
y r Ingted out because of hU connections was stayed. Judge Wheeler had chemical substance which excites the (,hiM Not Fiprrtml to Ur. from On* Hour
with the cabinet. Mr. Morton's explanation previously denied the application of agreed that the r'I next organ into action. I recalls these to Anolhor. bat Cured by Chn.i>,.rUU'*
l Morocco should be follr,C..l..d IlUrrhor* hemedr.
1 of the Santa .'(0 rebates.was that Mrt. Hogrrs!' counsel 1 for a writ of balsas substances hormones of which an example
tan's sovereignty Uotb the little daughter of 1-:. X.ey 14'w.
: they exlxtvd for a time after contraryInstructions corpus. Mrs. Rogers: wa remanded is adrenalin, which U already ,
' to the custody of the state au This concession on Isolated. The fact that when dlstuiw of AgnesvilieVs was M-rioutly ill
bad teen
:t, :. given, just as a
was believed to l1a of cholera infaiitum !last cummer. "We ,
misplaced switch sometime thorities. affects one organ general Incapacity s
: occurs alternative except gave tier up and did not ex4ft| tier tome
-; without the knowledge or responsibility T. Sue Equitable Loetera. Premier Ronvler 0( results U thought to confirm Starling'stheory. from ore Lour to another" he ays. I

: of the superior officials of the rail Attorney General Mayer of New many to explain lie regards it as the task of "I hapiet| wtlto think of Ctisnivtrlain's I

r ,. road. The president takes the ground York announced that steps would betaken tenuous, thus 'aUlD fMrologtcrl I chemistry to discover Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea IU-nn-dy
': ;: that the only way to secure enforcement speedily to accomplish the return It was still the hormone of each organ bow it 1 IprocltK't'tl I- and got a bottle of it Iroin be More. In
and bow it act. He think. five hours I aw a change for the better.tt'e !
V;. of the law would be to make it of any profits wrongfully taken Britain would
kept on sit jug it and before e bad
,: effective against all railroad alike from the Equitable: to debar from France by Joining this would rationalize the treatmentof taken the hattulone small bottle she l atesell. ,

.:' .1 and that so long as It was a dead letter bidding office In that roinpany any person The British press disease.Cultlvating. !!." Tins remedy u for sale! by lied

_. _' railroads might be compelled II) faithless to bU trust and to obtain opposed to yielding! Cslifomia Rubber. Crll!
i. disregard. the law In self defense. an accounting for any waste of funds Germany. Luther Burbank, the plant wlur,!.

The president refers to Mr. Morton's for reason by anybody. -LOW RATES-
-. any Indian Army on has consented to exi>eriiubt with! the ,

:, V new connection with the Equitable, A Fortune From ForIr). A British blue : cultivation of rubber plants at his $*u. -FOR-

. "' and expresses confidence ha his ability It became known un June 20 that of the success of ta Roa (Cal.j farm. Rubber w*.l. amt

: to make a new clean management. something over fl.UUO.OuO bad been obtained the commander in to him from Colorado are coming up SPECIAL OCCASIONSVIA

: ->. The president finds In the Equitable from banks and trust companiesby bringing about the nicely and rubber plant ,.f a n.w variety -
scandal new reason for effective supervision lave teen rent to him (rum S.mtLAmerica. "
the late Benjamin IL Gasklil. a wed the army there with SOUTHERN RAILWAY ...
t ; of all great Insurance corporations known Philadelphia banker and broker ed encroachments .

', by the federal governmentwen's by means of raised stock certificates.Up north; also It is Supremacy of the Battleship. Two Trains Daily East Leave Jackftonviile .

:'.A, .. Parting 8Ket to the time of his death a few al commission has Captain A. T. Ma ban. tb. form' t 9:10 a. m., 7:55: p. m. a.

t Former Minister Herbert W. Bowen weeks ago Mr. Catkin's credit was never Investigste the > American naval expert has written $$3f 9 80 BalSilo, N. Y. and return. <<

gave to the papers an extended reply questioned. "By means of chemicals dais with power e j for Collier's the 6, Tit kt-Um sale! Joy! 1 8, tf, 10, !lira-

,:: to the censure contained in hU dismissal he raised various stock certificates a of justice. This will IfofI*on of the recent Jhod July 1Mb Fxtt-icion by dep l ).it to

t!' from the diplomatic service. hundredfold or more, the figures beingb.n",1 from 8).ft*J to 1*>\( iTh7i battle of .\uiu 't 1,1l1)i. : .otorMivcrs at U s liinu '
ton, IUiox: )re and l'tua.ItII.hia! t| p/m/
Mr. Bowen says that at one time a promotion .- no skillfully as to defy de Balfour Wants tb. Sea of Ja acrd ft.tUI1&II1t

r V: was offered as a bribe to silence tection. The raised certificates were pan. After allining
him. He intimates that the alleged then usod as collateral for large loan An utterance of for the Two Trains Dally Vest Leaves Jieison vi Je : .

mhcondnct of Mr. lAmltbl iron some of the most conservative the significance British premier was : demonstratedsuperiority at 7:45 p. m., nil 7:55 p. m. J..

minister to Venezuela ha* beta covered tanking booses in the city. Including baittct for the \ of 54)).\\0(|)| Louisville. J\y. amp rt-turn. r 1

up and 1 Ignorwl by the stat department the Franklin: Exchange National, the ister. Mr. I;plt! the Japanese In TIC lu.t.. on wk-( July! '.*>, 30. iimKrusxville '

:. iHvurnentary>> evidence Is I Corn Kxihange National and the City .the solemn t '(' training! and ex lInt! _\Olu"t 10th. Pits? .

: given to the public Indicating LoomU' j Trust comi\eur. Thus he bad btn securing duty lo tt-ill&4t1on perleuce Le con tht f Term an.1 n-tnrn. .' '

l' connections lib the Mercado claim f brie sums of money for years. peace must so.+n lmp eludes that the I) Tit itl. on M* JUIIl".W. 20. 21
in certain con I 1 of 25 July I.'a I 15. it.ii! 'Ili.t 15: .
and hU participation Death Sentence Ten Times.Samuel her traditional lIJr1"rl;>rttr P. dt
tracts. Mr. Bowen complains that tn Greae u. the colored man accept her ngiitfui the battleship Fzku: im by dj*:st until SCart. -pet. :iO, 1(1).S.Dti1ny -

the Investigation! Secretary Taft acted wbv was accused of aldlcg Mrs. Kate the family of and of the gun Service a la Carts.tirttt 1 .

both as trial judge and as counsel for Edwards In the murder of her husband stitul'il atne.t an Ceputn Mahan. for the maIIIpurp"e !
rirepii'i car rt- 'n.lioo.t and detaih.dttairmatn
Loomis, and that he was compelled to four years apo and who has heard his ica tilI", r.to a < of naval warfare has net t"t".fnllv fl1nllo..t .
u.mtuewltDt d himself. Bowen death iwutenoe read ten time, was lof't'n shaken. The lueCcieary of the ... U\4t.n .' j
cross for *af,* 'uanic! ? app u:tlJ1f1 1'-l1k"l" 1.Jtre IIPt 41t-'t sYIiay
may appeal to congress. I finally set five Mrs Edwards bating t3ft..l!) boat destroyer was shown : Te-r: ;"trf>r
Troops t* Execute the Law. (conf H* d that she lied In testifyingthat whea Ito already: Injured battlesalftrrre J C. I..k, lit I PiM \gt ,

Governor Folk of Missouri went to t Grcason was her accomplice. ( I :s't ) repel th. coaWne-1 at J-. k..,n\iif! F.*.

St. Louis last week Investigate.. the tack of the whole Japan"* &otla .
aDd'| Lessons of Sham Captain Mahan does nat thick It pro!;
i' selling
TtolatkJM of the antlpool FOREIGN
; i t able that the submarine was empioyelo
Sunday closing laws and plainly tndl-! j joint army CASTOR I
: tee: :. UttleArtifcUl
cited Intention of seudlng the stat J J'militia f pn.n: ibih ended y

to ornpl olxxllence. He said j Norway Firm Sweden Yielding. Jui a 17 were f'\>& ; Lj(. Throujh Radium. For Infanti and Children. '

be proposal to go the limit of his! au- j The Norwegian sttfrthlng adopted. try that very The Iandnn rhroc. says that sft.r He Kind You Hare Always Bought .

thorlty If necessary to suppress such June 19 an address to King Oscar, the ty the putlkaluHst. six years einoe&is at 'amhr.Jr,'

cossdlttons. The shf'rlfff St. lA>uIa'j riksdag and the Swedish people whkh t results. No official l'ro.w J n. Burke hu demonstrstH Bean t:

pmtoosly had been ordered to stop all t was firm though conciliatory. It said I* made about the the Mibility of spontaneous gaerauoa Sl stwe :r l iduMOUJ'TrR'S
betttsf at the race track.ll..k.r that what had happ.a 0 Mould not b* j of life by m* tu of radium and
t"puchmet't C..... I altered and that It was nut possible to ( star cavy sterilized boullon pUced together in a
which t'ous'ider th* rarWc coostltotfcjBaltju << work out the rrot ttt tube. Profe ur Burke I* wit t.J
Tort legtsiarnre. ,
Th ...- i -tlua> r-au.*d by King Oeoar. The practical result* << hare obtained many cultarn Uytl4
summoned In extraordinary Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
was of Idea of humiliating Sweden was di<-I floe ef EM great et the appearance of vitality! each as
June :i to colder the caw Bu Xt,: t &, :.
kn 1 ; ;KM 1 P.et.Dfsp
c.1tmt"ll. and it was asserted that to searchlights. It alai growth and Icbd1 1IioA.I .
B. Hooker sur-rvtce court feliu S4.U W &c.n": .
Ju.1 bitter feeling or &imoity was felt toward that Fort Moom! < !
accused of misond wt. aut A nifCtSa t Cf trice the king or the Swedish people. protect the entrance t iarr Tir tn r f .
determine MISCELLANEOU5 + ** --f1" r hsyer.
"'.. teed ibt judiciary eomolttr* to I The foh1tth.AC sccgMted that the Swedish as the MrarrhU. t. I 1 1i| iG,S!, Eftj Sfn/h VT>h ft.,,.... .. ar44 L
whether the leg <'-sttl.if had Jurisdiction sal bec5arrs !t. itra9 JI "a.r ,. Tea Ia t.' ""'
gjvernmetit enter upue tieeatis- verU coslEC tn i* t-ira. T fr&. % ant o.c.\ ,fuse by a;
t* resnovw Hanker. Jostle 1 lions for a teal settlement u to the nor oouid the h.u Cidi! Ve Ants &i b. Tnt.CTarki Bxurru t"r<) O..t tn, Itahoe Rea ;
Booker was called to appear before the iNplaptgte com Jlictns rOil sP.LL1W PEOPlE i
why dI IOIntlo s of the ca on and the "'-\C tt.rt1. Tats pay: J. GlUdta, Oe Bos'+en autoVs 1'I
i' Jut 27 w tititw einie

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=; YA. :e,a : -" ,- .- -THS- 'FLORIpA, .STARY f. \ I lJIID.\T, JULY 711105 _

;.a. }; . "
MR., GEO. A. HUGHS'llnaAscooDl
Gifford, a prom DeD&,dtixea of I ,

'E y Vern, died Wednesday! *last seek from AS'I DID AT 20.
ot i 4 at tk p rto$ at TitnarllUMoa4da SAYS :
< Bail mtter. heart failare. Hit barn caught fire soon \

-& after soon aDd after trying to "save same ___,

DIll tlt.w.ae'_' ,ttd.reNllaWattrsr., of the effects in the building he was compelled t l Many Suffer WlUi Catarrh ? CORN FIELDS

to leave the buHding and was suddenly i 1 1 ARE GOLD FIELDS ate
tUala8HEUlsTEax>F&ID YXODtxG.'AN -
- sir taken ill and died, tie excitement iut I It {i {1{ I and Don't Know It -

L wkJ .* : 'TWjr.i .$....'P.. Oa1RYLI was too mach tot him. tit ; i to the farmer who undet-

>- r. :;, CKXTfr- la.on.- )fro Gifford .-u born in Vermont, was stands how to feed his LAN
I" i, The Phase of Catarrh Most
.w..u.. ..... ranIdIed .a.: 67 years of age and baa been a resident at I ii t1 t crops. Fcrtiliters for Corn

k ; : -: ..,u.u... Vero for the past IS years. One eon and It.1 i yi Prevalent In Summer Is a 0 must contain at least 7 _

ati1her twcidaughte**, all married, survive him, i rl t l.!
TB It mart 8'ru W nor dearly it* editor andentood U resoeaible that for Mrs. Gifford died tome yean ago. IIt-bi Run Down, Worn Out Condition per cent actualPotash 4

Jvrr '....50.. UJ4IJ'I. Q eatl. The barn contained several hundred iji -

& -;. >, vegetable crates two hundred bee hives, I ii Know as Systemic ;
the II \ i
: The issue between_, government'sVLi farming tools considerable new lumber Catarrh. I

: and the beet packers are DOW tquarely and some hay, all of wbicb was destroy f

b joined and will be fought out in tbe ed. A mule bone, wagon and mowing i1' { 1 tell Send w hy Potash lor our i II as book nccemryto *-4hT ,

will of course, have machine were eav d. Several fine 1
courts. The trust grapefruit plant life as lUG and raiu; '
.. ,
Von their side the ablest lawyers inn this trees were a lab.killed. 1 J{ lent todAy.GERMAN free. if you a.k.Vnit i'

country. Like other great trust the beef When you want a pleasant laxative KAU. WORK

combine big money for its It'pleer- that ia easy to take and certain to act, use fl PWw Y.f k3 NUMM Strut. *r
,. Chamberlain's Stomach and l.i'ertablets. Atlranfa.--ufj, Suask rroe451.
\ .' Tim and it gets the brainiest. The fight For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. U
will be a hard one and one in which tbe ,. .. -
---- -
people! will take a lively interest I '
f CCMUAKT roc JOE BY &ET.; JAS. 8.WBITK. .i "t ;
I t That it isn't right to be comfortable in C.S. WUTBKR OBSEXVCB. .

church is the concision reached by a Highest temperature on the 26th! 93.0;
lowest temperature on the 7th 69 0 I TITUSVILLE FLA., !"
Hs Las there
Massachusetts clergyatn :: U-
Mean for the month SO.5; average mean (
fore, instructed his parishioners to take for 24 years,79.7;highest mean for 24 years t a
their footrtsts and cushions out of the 1S90, &4; lowest mean for 24 years 1S9'!. F1M.1N MI e M t a 1AA'. h41 !

73.8.Rainfall "Pc-ru-na is the tor tt la i
: church and carry them home and to : in indies, 4 37; average for 28? Medicine t

'. leave them there. The preacher says years, 691; greatest for :!S years 1S8S, the Poor Man. Y '
4- 14.28; least for 28 years IS9D, 0.66. r
:" ', that too many comforts in the pews induce Prevailing direction wind, northeast. \ Mr. G.n..E. llu::he.;, SOS! Ma.-s. ) t+I l

:J' somnolence! when the people onght Number of clear days, 13; number of > .\ ., 1 nJia apoli ",'" fair days!!, 15; number of cloudy days!!, 2?, ) "Psruna has done me more \ k s1.
y io be sitting bolt upright listening to the number of days with rain, 8. Numberof ha\el( X
\good than
anything I
days with thunder 20.
.: expounding of )ie word. Island Home Merritts Island Fla. ; ever taken. I am forty-five ( \
:-. >years old now, and feel as t

.'i.o There pr bat.Jy11I& a time when the Spoiled Her It e.-ty. >good as I did at 20. I was [

stopping of the war between Rnsia and Harriet Howard, of 209 W. 34th St., i very thin end run down, but'

Japan would have restored peace in Russia New York at one time had her beauty 1
: Perana
:: spoiled with skin trouble. bite writer: { acted just right In my case. I am a carpenter and some I

: ; but that time has signally paa+ed. "I had salt rheum or eczema for years | times need a tonic. Pcruna Is the medicine for a poor man."" ) -

.k The discontent that baa been manifested kit nothing would cure it until urni i Geo. A. Hughes.

Bucklen's Arnica Salve..u A quick and )._ : .: ___ ______ __ ___ __ __ _ _ __ ------J
-- ------ --- ---- ---- ------ ------ -----
in the cxar's empire for some time be- sure healer for cuts, burns and Fore 25e. We finite your attention to
The have 'found at lied Cross Pharmacy. \ Congressman Uses Pe-ru-na In His I ling in nine eases out of ten U due to a
coming general. |*ope
Family.Hon. t'lturulontiitloD of the mucous mem the following close j rlres ou our
out how weak the government really is. {'ranee. 1'eruna cleanses the mucous
Tbos J. Henderson
Weekly Weather R.port.O..DKP4aTXK'fTOJ' >fSongrew
a. I If peace in the far east should be declared : ; from Illinois, and Lieutenant membrane and cure the catarrh popular brands of rooking t stoics
tomorrow it would not put a stop to : BUBKACT 'n the Union Army for eight years, whsrcver located. known an the "Prince" and tht-
es 'ritcs from the I> mon building: Wash- There are no remedies for catarrh just
the rioting and rebellion that is right at JrrITEa FLA., July 1. 1905. pxxl 1'eruna. subftl..
a* a
Accept no
., 3g ton, It. C.. as follow: : '0. K. ({IIPMI:"
Comparative statement of
temperature .
home inJusl RU4'ia.r "Peruaa has been used In lam tUtf'"
and rainfall for the week *ndin( Tuesday, my
r Jane 20, 1903 'y with the very best results and I Ifyoadonotderire protnftanti uti" 7-15:>> 1'rlure Stolen, .. : t f..on. ( >
.. arranging 1905 1904PATK. irks psasiire In recommending jour factory results from the use of Peruna,
)Ir. Itocktfeller 'i to
.'X. MIH. MAX. KIN. zlus.ble remedy to my friends as a write at once U I>r. Ilartman, giving; a s.n.' U : 0.01)
.: divert himself 'from some of his million Jane" 2*. 110) 71 M 73 ionic and an effective cure catarrh." full statement of your CMC! and he will

: of wealth (or the benefit of' educational 3l 29.). !91 01 71 75 M M 71 75 '..Thn. J. IlcnJ rson. be pleased to give you hi* valuable advice 0. K. Harden StnH', -VM ll.mi)
o Catarrh(: assume* dintrentUJTerent 1\lt3..c. In tams.
July 1. 9 7S !ti 73 :
f facilities there comes the announcement 2. fcS 76 "S5 79 ma: *nt of the year. In the I Address Pr. Hartman President o* .4 .. S-M' I U.M( ()

that Colonel J. M.( Onffey, of Pennsyl "- 3. 92 7< >*7 7S early summer systemic catarrh i U moat The llarlman Hicitariunj; Cvluwl-ut
: "
4. 91 77 M 7s i S.G;M I W.( no
:: -ul-u'. That tired, all worn out feel- ')"11).
vania, is at the head of a movement that Total rainfall fur the week too in.

Departure rainfall for the week plus .3S -- -- ---- -- ,- -- -- --- u_ __ ._ ,
t has been started among the independent iorhrs. I giving full

-- oil operators that is directed against the 6"l Departure inches. rainfall since Jan Ut,19 minus "Vil <>:N"E: CC>.9 I particulars, ( On application toJAS.

Standard Oil company. The Guffey people II. P. If UD1Jf,

have made complaint to the interstate Offirul in Charge. and Groceries lea)', hrnic Fruit altc
Staple Fancy .' of all Kinds, t'IITCII.tlll: U) &: SON,
commerce commission: ) that the StandardOil Goat for!Moiunch Trouble and Con.ll|>*lIon ,
t .0 TItuMille, Florida
company and certain great railroad "Cliamlxrlain'a t Stomarli and IjverTablets VEGET.IBLKS ../ SPECIALTY ,
have -
done me 1rl't'at deal of
in combination (for the
are purpose
r systems
ro..tI l," >lays C. Town, of Rat Portage, .
!t: of restraining trade and tI.t'yare Ontario, Canada. "Ik-ing 1 a mild physic Tltu svillo. i : ITMorldtt.WBFTPC The Alpine Cottage, ;
the after .ffl'C.lIUt'l1l1t
praying for rtlitr" -( unpleasant ,
rvcoiiintend them ti> all who suffer Under the of Mrs Kale
.. luanayemeiit
9 w.ar..ww."w.HARD "
from stomach dim'r.trr. for mile by Myers, .* r".llJy r. A. Isnlry.
# AT WORK. l I.t ('rll':" Pharmacy. .,

Tbe !honorable board of county FALL EXAMINATION..
ini !ioner! of I'revard are in &*$i iflll this

..f County Superintendent; of Public In.uiction 4 Daily or Weekly Board.
week, and are carefully inry'Ating> the
| i Jiihn U. U'alkt-r flail annoumed
L'.., tax book} with Tax AteH>or I'. A.McMillan. that the (all exainiiiAtiunofajipHcant for \ kCa; House Newly Furnished.
"*itions all teachers in the lic R-liooN I
l pui> ,
The board is fallowing the \
: Everything Class.
.I Rrevard umntv will !Ire held Tnr-day,
)t strict letter of the I law, and is making! a \V"nlne and 7th.The \ I i
dose examination of every piece of property I linL on. Hopkini .tre.-t. near Jaluu
i f following is a lift! of the text hooks! \ red.cLc + I
.".1 listed on the books. This n-quirrt to I be n'rrl ar the liaiidof tl.e September \ I. .... I"I' -- --
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elimination ''<
., several days lime, but U U tl.e only wa\ : ii f' .\' s.. -
Keed's :
Orthojjraplti- Word IA'Hfn! \ ; /l. \"
to attend to the work properly." ((25 o-Hs! ) hy Maynatd, MrrriH; A Co., of I ) l ', I ; _.: I
c- The hoard detonated the new 1)10't Xr* York. J- I <<
1/Iliflg-\ ftJind&rd author will
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daries "for county coiuruL&umera' di.lri l. amarr.amota.'iti. : \ \,' t ..,-!.. I. t'() ,
( ,m-H'ltlt'r"t.holll Kng1i: .h I ,
,, the tint ohM! week. The* boisndaiie'
; ,,7-:> nt.I! ) American I Hook Company, I -L'j I (Incorporated paid >i p t.-'I'ltal: j15.UA*) ; .
will& l lit' found officially advertised on NV* Y,.rkor .ttlanta..tntbnrnrMitr.'srtamlard. / I
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.1 : by Vmerif-an Einok. C 'm|untryontti sat
k : ..li t irammar Metmifs a M tcenta i ., M Lncie. Itivrr,

THE MUTINOUS RUSSIAN SHIP. by Atinricjiii li ok Ci mpanv."rmtfl fi i ita New River. ami 1 on fli.-
State lfi..ton-Fi..M'tt firamrmirSchivl cay ne Hay.
The mot interesting fauurvof the Uns- iI
.. i iSI'1 'Ioy Ameriran Book Come it+1.c a I
11 k A. tian tttuti 1Jn i i8 the mutinods! ship | nv.itl.25ii.yll. PRICES: TO SiiT: Til ETUI; ft*. =.

e Ftnrtda Ifi.\-jr.u',,or Fait bank'e ., I
t rs Knaaltt'luitlt' What ill be her fate II Sen-l fur l land lut.OrruriAT .
; ) A\V. It.JijkputnLe. Drew \olOl'aoy I
and that of brr crew Whit ill iit-r>uta! s a- Iaiy t' 'I .
G"% P'iy--lle.U '" X.tnral.t.
: in international Uw? .\ 5-t IVtersbuij! }: uno-.t grat) (il y>i h y Aiurrinin> I:.x.k Cotntanv. -- TITfSVILLE tau MIAMI.

.,:: dispatch a day or two afraid} ebewa. ;
l'tY-kolt; iy-.r.rnan'p D'-IIl..tQr (111 A ANDO I TBEJ: :
1 to be CQDsidervI: a pirate. But tiifn- r*.- ti.e .
:,: i stag! by MeMilUn( Comj nv, At-
b. DO acoampanying .tatemeut till ttie .dmirality ianta.nit HASBROUCK
I {iorernlrrrtt-Royntnn's Sho ,
'.,.:. bad stricken her from the navy l'hktl\ I) HIMI A ('.) Atlanta.Alcrbralt'loite'ekhaolt MOTon :

t .... list If she h a pirate, would the warships l ( I ) by .\rot'r.can -
," :.:J of any other nation l toe J05ti6wl in yial Uwwphy-Tirr't New fl ..In:" CiHt\TEI: : : En-II' ;

# :..' atucklng her oo tight If six! should by tlte McMillan! (\>a.i.y{ Atlanta.
..-"' The+vy and PncticrCuurarr' of study For sale the and niH LESS GASOLINE jrj hence
: etop and !sire for iru-urk-e, a British anti Methods Teaching:, by Prince <1f1 1 l.u"t'r j than any othf-r rnTine male. .
: (:Jinn A We mntl Itl'UltmMrl1t tb...
e 4' merchantman for the purpose of wearing Company, \t I an'l. .
Thee I.K>M may l..- had of mgt book INDIAN Comrn..n-iallil.Ml R to 'if', UirM pa*.,.
1 < supplies, would the Russian government dealer: in the lute. or from the publish RIVER Special Light high! -|* -t i a&e host

be rrp(>\Minbl 1 to Great Britain for the trsonhctigtof the pnf?. JO 0 I Ui i"iO h'mw p ,arr
The only d.an.tna.t in the list <
; -." outrage or would reat Britain: !have no the teaks nsed aa a basu for the .prior MUSIC HOUSE Benj. W. Jerome,

,; f -_< other Mires than to take the punishment examination are tboeeon eiviltcent l goyern. STATE AGE5T '.
.; and oo theory and practice. ,
-= of the Kniax Potemkine into her own TITUSVILLE WEST PALM KEAril.: FI/iKIDA. ;
!! hioda There are nanverocj queetioes rf

,. ; that arise in connection with the &!aIr.f. Also State Agent for ::

t Ldi +d, cwt JEW f LOIDOI MOTOR'COIPlin ?-"
i. ', The movements of the vessel will be ra 1 ':N b.Tn.6a

,. ._ ;_,,:r watched with deep interest I TWO-CYCLE MOTORS
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:i .jJi.rJiltLlf"'.'" Coo>.e.daz at tie .awUtwtct earner 'f Physical Culture, Elocution and Music our Sp<< 1tit$. r-: _
UDNIAli' tow *iII aewtb.snag.UfMt. thence na -, 'i
i..r'r- ll rInil'rle"IcUVs{ fast**towatft II Use to the soBthcast mracr p3Oynein. >> qt thllfM'isboUdio .I".L Ftam fiat Dednc I4hat .' t
-.U.U of aectfoa e,towwhiy a sootk. range 33 cut, ,6wiwiag I,Good Fan,CUraaieUtturT ae4. Jstnwg Facatty .f '_' O;: -
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": i.dLAND' 4 read S to the aonk Use of tk DekfpiBe # ; 1
: : DECISION" PI' VO'RSB.All.. OADS pair tiiea worth?* degrees east ateejU. EXPEXSB.|3.1t. LIMITED KVMBES of FREE aaiOLAKnira AVAILABLE c ;; 0Sorpt. (! '
.'.;iP. .<( ._ twgtl liM CJI tb DeJupioe grant 10 the wed .
._ X 'iJ Bd.of DeScteU *4 totitosrilto;thence north $msioa epem .bail.I0& For tree ataloga adilms r <,;, Jt.
,;" jladce. Clark,Swayne, of'the United\ within the elate along tke reef aide cf DeB& attcct to the i .
to tnjr'pence or compny -, Indian rivo these aoctberiy ate .e4ertsg I. COCKRANE HUNT. President F:; ; 1
Ii .Meta t! urt, recently decided one of the without the consent of the tnuta 1M west u.m"tadiu fiver to a '''..'J '
.1 ;i .most.important cam before bin in a of that fond and that the adiaa river where the dividing Use between -. .- -c,.. ,.,'. .-liz >. f.J <.
.latter bad the wai&ipt 23 and 84 Intersect tae ladiaa river. > _. ',;. '-"" ... f
Bomber of
yeah It that -- --
was, oflhe Anfuata sob of the same tleaee -
eostodj and was the only wed aloof laid townblp line to ;. :
Tallahaafee and Golf Railroad ra body which bad ft lawful west boeadkry of Brenrd. m nty; thence
the trtateta of the internal right to con- Bortberl/aloes the weal liae of Brvrard ooaoty The name "Simplex"has r'OIMPLEX
improvement fey or tell any of the property under iUore. to the point of beginning,
,1t .of Florida, to compel the latter to UC05& conmr cojousgusta's Durticr. ,been repeatedly =;-, '

W ; .gite deed to ctrtafn lands aggregatingtboosanda Judge Svayne held that the legislatare Commence OB UM west tbore of Indiaa ,

t of acres which had been &1t'wr had the right to transfer any lands that rifer where towrahip 21 and ttaterselt: p IANQ complimented as very .

: ,to-the company by an act of the legislature might lie in the state, and that it has created aid river thence eaet almg said township
: la order to aid the construction of line to the AUaatk tame : UM&CC oath along appropriate. The Sim i
lil : the board of internal improvement the Atlantic ocean point two mile south .
r the ThomatviUe and Tallahassee railroad. fund and of the diridinj line between t4wn hipt86 and
had the I
consequently to
-' power ,J7 theeee dot west along aectiaa line the plex is in
: i The ; f4 u simple
cue was argued at every
'S' tome length take steps that it might set fit. I wet bonBfUry of Brevard euoatj; thence ,
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and many intricate questions of law were The act creating the board was pasted i north to the dividing line between and
? inToifedThe salt came on a demur. about Sand SO; thence ewt along said town way particular. Its j
op 18.521011 the
"'-"-"-'" contention of the attorneys line to the pat bank of Indian dyer thence 4
,-a f' ref to restrain the trustees from in anyway was that when this was done the meanderia the west abort of Indian trot tothe mechanism is simple. 1
< conveying tbe lands in 1 point of beginaiag.TBWD r t '
controvertyor control of all lands transferred to the state .
r attempting to sell them and from encumbering from the CniiedStatee passed from the COrSTV ('O nIIS8JOi n'* PtSTKKT. I......, It does not easily get I I

4 them temporarily as well M hands of the Jt'i mtnre. Beginning OB tbe Atlantic ocean at a point \.\>.:,
$ permanently. two mUfti south of the line dividing to.D'ahll'l26 2m out of order or need repair -
_Although the aaa: was decided againstthe and 27;thenre run ant along laid
't The company, so it is alleged, appliedto itate it is very probable that it will I ection line to west boundary of Cretan! If it should by mischance it is
f' tbe trustees of the Florida lands to be fought by the latter. ind probably cal.vied county;thence south aluug the west bouudaryof .

convey the title of the grant, consisting to the supreme court of the United Brna Brtvard county county;thi-oir to the aat southwrut slug the corner south of easily fixed. The Simplex fully warranted

jj of many thousands of acres of nnimprov- States buclllllarr( uC BT'fun county to the Atlantic
ocean; thence: north along the Atlantic ocean and is an ornament to.any home. ;
ed lands in West
Florida to the companyto The decision of Judge Swayne a to tbe point of begiunicg.rOCKTH '

encourage the construction of the road It.'ogthyone. lie goes into\ the questionsat ro:1.TC'UXXL"'JsSla'>> II STIICT.Conimendog Sold By

r but the trustees refused to give title. issue at length and cites the acts of
on the west shore of Indian '
The principal contention of the attorneys congress and the Florida legislature together river where townships 23 a.n
for the tru&tet was hat the legislature with decisionsof courts Mid river thence run went to the west bounary !
many upon ,
of Brerard cuuuty thect south along .
J after creating the board of internal cases of a similar nature. The decision aid west boundary to the! dividing line beween -

sA x improvement fund trtHteee.-ilid not have covers about twenty typewritten township 23 and M; thence; cat Iuus TITUSVILLE. :
acid township line to Indian
riw-n tbeuce
the right or authority to convey any land (lltoret. northerly along the wet shore of Indian riv- .' .... ._ _. _., n ,_ _'. _
t'f to the point of beginning.
lriilrVriirlir' rlriiariir'.. .ii.aV.rial.rr;'
1i COUNTY-COMMissroNER firTH COCSTY C'\JX I""fQSU'i' [il nJ"r. ;
mnicnciog at the mthwnt corner of
--- _. ownibip south, range SI east, thence runtut

Meeting called to order by chairman, A. A.Stewart making rep. del.tai7.60 section on tuwusbip 32 township line to: the itontli tuutheant wi):e33eat corner; I The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Coq i

fall board present Minute were real Oeo. M. Bobbins, atty fees......._... 55.50 thence wuth on the section line between "'('-
and approval.Treasurer's. TituiTille Electric Light Co.. lights 20.10 ions I and 3 to the north line of tbe 1H'le -
pine grant;thence north 78 degn; ea along
report was received and ROW rCND. the north line of the Delrfin grant to the
: checked up and paid warrants tamed over District X 0. S. west side of DeSoto street In Titiuville, thence MACHINE SHOPS :
north along tbe west aide of OivSiito street U ,
by him with his report were d-stroyed J. E. Dodge, making enlrerU_...... 16.36 he Indian river, them easterly<< across the) lit.
.... by Messrs. Walker and RjlL The treasurer P. K ruf gal, rep.Sebastian ferry...., JS.3J Indian river to the point on the east shore :; -.

r bad his tutu! certificate of dej oait IX Qinkling.. rcdwurk...._..... 11.00 where the towuship line between U>wnt.hi|* ty and
21 and 22 iuUnccta Mid Plumbing Metal Work RE
it attached to his report. J. 0. Fries, location bridge.._....._ 7.60 along said townnhip lie east. to shore the Atlantic tlrrneeeast :
"District No.t. occac; them northerly along the oceanbeach
The clerk is inetructed to purchase two j
M. B. Dan Ie!., road work.._.._... 25.00 to the north line!! of Brerard county;
> chairs for use in the clerk's office. E. C. Talker road work_.......... 75.00 hence wed to tbe northwest corner of lire. E BUILDERS' HARDWARE' PAINTS & OILS
Cheek of f 14.00 from Ct.... T McBride vard county; thence smith oa range line bewecn ,
District Xl 5,
) ranges 33 and"34 to the place of.lieginning. 11 .. 1Agricultural
4r for potatoes raked on the poor farm was Peter Banlerson, ro*>I work.._....... 2UO.OO \ _.--

ordered turned in to the county treasurer. SPECIAL KOAD ruxrx I bf'n'by'en fy that the foregoing are true ; Implements s= .
The sheriff Ii instructed to have the copies of the descriptions of the refpectire sae' i
District No. 5. eonnty ronnowieners' dUtricU lIf iirerard 1y

., roofs on the jail, the clerk' office and : E. W. Hall, Ux collector.__..______ 1S.3S county Florida, M the same appear upon the SANFORD FLORIDA =
judge's building painted. i minutes of tbe board of county comtui ioners : j jl
county I H. Lar en. road work...__. 30.11 ., I
Y the tame hiving been redibtricted in accordanre .. .
:. Bonds of Sarah A. Smith and Geo. W, 'I J. O. Fried,tarveylng....._.______.. 10,00 with the revta! tatutraof the Mate of ..

: ... lianford to carry pistol* were approval.Clerk's IE. R. AnioM,shell. 1-S.75 t'rid4I1n: the 6th day of July A. I). 1903, J'liIIIIIIIIIIIJJIIIIJIIIIIJIIIII.IIIIJIJlllllll}


;' .' or purchased during the monthsof W. W. Hall, road work.___. 13.00 Attest Ch'm'n. Btiard of County l..uuui..i"n"N. 'u _4

-: ';;. May and June was received. riSE AND rOBFCHTBC ITS A. \. STKWAET. (*EitJllerk. ) EJLJRADY & BRO., .

Report of superintendent of poor farm J. 1'. Brown,crime pros county court 154:30 -.- .. ... .. q ,
and convicts was received. A. A. .Stewart,elk son ct.__-._____..__ 7 6* -- GROCERIES HAY GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS. "'
k J. F. Hell was given several papers belonging A. A. Stewart, mat. record state n. ,

to St. Lntie county. lUlUntSne_..,._...... 7.M We handle produce of all kind We are ftiU for Y8pH' Fcrtiliirr We dr&l uchulnJl
A.A. Stewart crim. pros co. <:1.< ..._. 3 64 iD the above line of good, and solicit the trade of all ccnMmer Write u. fur fri<'f. oat
The following bills sere audits! and train and all iirKTiirs.delivrrrd tt your station. E K HKAHT & mm.,Tln'ayttlt KtA.
D. I _
Gaulcea raw r. fret co. cl .__. 30.00n.
ordered IIa.M| this June -'..tttr,1OS: : .
s. ('arlt u. trim JlrtIIi. J. P. dh_ l trio
COCSTY anL'n.'a-o&UUL rcsrx U.Ii. Branson, M 9th din 2. *

k W. It Walker,Ui.Via......._...... f .W F. R.Trice, .. S... (.30 QUEEN OF SEA ROUTES.Merchants ;
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K.A.C nklinjt." and milage.. 141 J. 11. Biker, .. 3-W
J.B.MUH. N .. 10..nJ A. D. Penney. 1W
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J. F. &11. .- :HU J. P. Brown.M _..r.78.S5 ,

B. v. DuuCt.w et at,juror' in uot.. 14.70 J. P. Brown, crim. pro*, Co., judge ct 44 O & Miners Trans. Co's

J. M. Sander. holding iu.ue"t..u. 3 Sat J. P. Brown reward for fishing arrctt 23 00 ,ii. i air a

11. R. WilIiUD, .. ...__. S 50ti FECDINU I'IUSOitU' FCKD. :

** ....... 3.50
J. P. Brown fouling prisoner...._. 131.20 STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN
A. A.Stewart rl Ik board of (u.. tVnu W.10
waiting taint.- 1.00 Hoard adjourned to meet first Monday t
r4 J. N.Waller, telegram ('0. ( lw.__.. .S in July, 1'>X}, $:30 a. m. : Jt
D L. (Jaulden,Mary Pros Atty..... 3133 a novelty.! The higher the c11'iliutioo '
% the larger!: the number of brushes in 11N' SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.
A. D.I'roll""l&tar1 co.judge( ,_.... 25.W Odd (' .tom Im ........ Judging by the den+and here our rustoiner > ,

John Henry, rom for quarter.....__ 17It.sE. In Japan every boy up to the age of hate reached l a high date of refine

WUall.tu roIlt"rl&.r......__._ :241.lt thirteen to known In his own family by ment. K\err day we sell more and more -- Direct Connections for .
W.8.XorwtxJ registration officer._ lS..Ott a child name (""0 ana.na"l. which bf of three excellert -- .

Walker. Eras A Cogswell, books far then exchanges for the appellation to TOOTH RRl' ln HAIK IRtsiiE',

clerk'g 1M.- ._-.._-_.._.-.u. 1,00 be borne through life. BATH BltVi>flE..:. (etc I IlYrhafe Washington New York and Boston.

FAI"iJ.\. McKay, np. clerk uftil'e:10 the fine quality bat l.a.l some I
1 RedCft Pharmacy, Utk.nery clk 3.3 Not a cent wanted, ones! TOO are thing to do with it-| Through tickets sale
cnrrd. H tick and ailing take on at principal point.
; U.tW.B.l1rt'\\l'o., sup clerk'* office. (12O TOO are Anyway, all purcha.+i-rs are well r.lt"a.-d. I
certificate f.:3 Hol'iUters: iWky Mountain Tea. A great .
EutCo Adrooate.prinff .VrronimotlationH and nii .ine
.'. ** nt' bill heaJiI10 bt't'! inil to the t.uraan family. Mak RED CROSS PHARMACY, I1I1I1UrJa..ooMl.SEND .
S. I'f ( yort well-keeps you well $> cent, tea TITl'.SVILLE FOR BOOKLET.
O.J.White, repair U>jail tank.1.50 or tablet Ask your drcgji't, -- -.-- -- '- -
g' EartCWst Advocate, sup for office !r.9a

F. t!.Taktr. Enr. for\'4). Own-n_' 21 & ELK EXCURSION TO BUFFALO.The EAST COAST MEAT MARKET II. ('. AVERY, {'om'lfllt, JarUnnMe.
office... 10 50 I-
a A.Gardner, chair clerk'*
'. J.P. Brown janitor.------.....--. 5.00 Seaboard Air line railway tw C. r. DUlEJ, Agent, j. c. Tmnirr.: u?, p. & T.M., w. p. TUHSEB G. p. A..

J.P.Brown, J.Uor----- 1t*> been designated by the Flonda Eta as GENERAL OmCES. BALTHOSE ED. < '

v E. B. Water, rob Ui statement.__.. 1.00 their official rout to the grand lodge tIt'8- # Florida andWestern

y A.A. Stewart attendiof on co. rt.I&30 ion at IJofialo. It i I. the desire to op.crates _
-: A.A.Stewmrt. d'rkGnt1 cvart ... Ul- ,
.. Florida Kksipetial tole* eJacksonvill o
Bcd qms cord. for pris.we n u
al9 a. m. July &th. Only Japselners i
R'1:: Kollins vertices for prswuen.1l..*> e i
p. are required to swore: thinepldal
T.T.Wetmore, Ice for clerk drum 3.tat I 1 Mead

R.Bowler,ferryroaa................. woI train servk Fare from JafksonTille ,
.. Bnffalo and mom 32.SO.. umlt '
iO.ty to
nkUn felT1maD.----
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M Van T.Worley eleanin seas pool- -- 3 00 Morning ca be extended to 1ahuit 4th of all KindsTITUSVILLE. /

J.P. Brown Insanity ewe......__. ev by payment of n.N extra and Jeioettirutkkeuin ;

J. B. Hawks, .. -_--.... 1.r4 BttSaJo not later than Jnly 15th. FLORIDA 1 1Yt 1r

._... 1.10 +
% J.0. M board Insane- y
L.A.Peek,exam, IDMDC.-...___ !OO liens r4.w. 0

>' )(rs. JL E.Webber looking after iDe Now is the time to boy Chamberlain' J. L. MOBLEY

.--...........-._.._.-_.. 150'Colic Cholera and I>iirrr *a Jkmf'\JI. TIU'S LLE FLA. Take-Down Repeating Shotguns
E. E. Rosins exam iusane....---- 19.00 II is certain to be needed sooorr or late
; A.a Penaey,iaawlty CMe_.._,- 2.00 4 land when that time nonce you will Reedit Contract fr aJI kinds of TaJnUo: KaJ! The notion that o". e roast pay from ftty dollars. upwards in order to get
... ts.oo badlT-yi-a will need it '10\1. Buy mining Suinbg Fmt hicg and l'aUar.cir.t b been aicce
.. E W Dana cook poor frrsi--? I a good shag ** pretty cffectiTcly diipclled the a4ft t of
it now. It may sate U& For sale by at the moot reawnable! price
W(rant I'harataL! for poor farm. UO Kd Cross rbarmacy. consistent with good worklDUhip.Wort the Winchester Repeating Stolen. These fcs* are acid within retch

Eo L. Brady A Broi, cap. prior far. 3X31 of almost everybody's pone. They arc safe, strong reliable and harry.

J.B.Walker A eo.. ckVg poor farm 1433 OA8TOR.2A.IQ" : isjihrt oa tie Etst Coistoltciud. When it comes to itooticf qt.bU co gun made buts them. Theyare

'Jamell'reftU. salryA. At&po..>r fArm 43.04 tk+ S w Ill gla /IQ"lit: frdally Lt* m* know what male in la and 16 csceStep into a f n store and eiaati&c oa.
.A.gtewart, oa in COIL,sweet, .... US er-- ton want and get my estimate oa it tttls SnJ "J''< *&J atg'a. a petal tvt ttr ttf U/f Cltitrtttt i. W.gu
aW attention
H.Hacia, ---- 3.00 Prompt given to all work. i ii
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te' IN NORWAY would itr.owa hare ewopte admitted'sovereignty.its"contention: In.: thNorwegUs of BOWELS BUY 'PAINTS m m MANUFACTURER ;

'::J .' : u-"t.-Ju.lank ,
.. r. rte thJ sovereignty baa y- tae
t. : p..elneeaw.n "LLiarstuie.
: &**>mt l
< Uways existtd becaos* U-ia"ooc. rassal -, .sale ..,a 4t0. sun. ton*,t.tk.au,."
r "Gmit; 'Changes_ Wrougbtby. yi.rwtpbjsis.. .4U *>U* a I...--. n.
1r "ir- .VLlEPtFBUO ,, state r-a prortoce<>f $uedea.ta. an..te u......BOM /ett.et car iktKpdtt Than: to any other housein -
a AsS.* Amen :: @ .! Jster'tt:" tJJ'Jta00 gcTeta Wk..laeleeelndekn.Yatlk.of *
uencesi }
: ; NDY the Wow for first class ;- 4
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meat nd'1&ft'Jro; -
t;_ -. lIT j
Birede'autd ID; )zenetbi3vreddtirodei ; high grade, best quality .

J1' -S vnd =El ALL BUT TES .K1JCE. :'acom3Joa* ;; for' } ..eomiuoaobject. Palms Sold either ready
'y.-' : 'U because'the kfD.cOtSweden
11 :": -5 .. ,af ,- seemed 'to be'tosUting on potting for use or in paste form

: "f x,, :jl ww. tb.l.eitie.J, ;. x.rwayZu 8aa Norway,in the attitude of rassal I _to be thinned down, -

.ff ,rgrU.i I":.tb.taIte4 hate. LU state:.of Sweden that the Norwegian / S SI- '*'' .Buy from the only
!- : Aet Ie1 P.iiq a.4 tl.alae.. Ica storthing In 1SOS) voted to remove the +
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irny ..;..... -Ea.sf..t This union jack 'or emblem of union with paint manufacturing house

J: ,t{: .* .Naluse.. Jletl.4 sf Eleep.g >rea'F -, Sweden from Norwegian !!al-, EAT IEM UKE CANDY in the country selling -

E Ms. .. .. la one respect at least the republicanism Pf.I1a51 ttiat.kle. "'.tct. Tart Geo(, be direct from mills
:; : : Cpee s.. Puuai f08eini/erbga k.C ***. or Grtjwj.iI ae4 to user
b"ff. ":.i6" y of Norway is more advanced WHu tot tm Mnjpla.IB!t efc> '
'i ftiP' The erolutlon.tn Norway wticn dJ.- than tharTof any other country. The 11t.. UI. .A4bau 13Csrtitt Alt other Paint makers l l

fl cloied'Jtielt in the saileo. .separation two,houses of parliament are intendedto few*Gateau. Ckksai w...That.EEP depend on dealers for the sale of their paints.

; : from'8w: C a bad been going on s45ent- _be a sufficient check upon each othK YOUR ILOOD CLEII! That means one heavy and that p -_

er without In executive veto. If they .. expense one profit
-- -
.rl; / for the Jut quarter of a century.
: we cut out of business.
>! ;: disagree when our
a measure votingtiepArstely
t ud It is largely of the luflacoee upon Ea.I....1. .Iv
11 a result -
they meet Iff joint session the We sell direct to the that
?' England; was BO man uses paint.
of the a
:\1 states lying nortb of Mlsocrl -
: and unless they can so agree or so dochjaut tribe of Saxons who conquered You _
1"' ;C *. on the Mississippi river, tayrr a amend u to secure a two-Wlyds majority It called the "Angles"or may think that you can do as well ai we could E

jj. correspondent of the Br.. Louis Globe:. the measure fails. Alter they "E glts."were do for you, if you should try to buy a certain brand of ; :

: i 1- Democrat With lovra-aaJ Minnesota hare ones passed an act It goes ,lnt) paint that you thought well of, direct from the manu
''# ;,; and with .Xebnuka and, .the Dakota effect a* soon a* the executive signs One Dollar Saved Earoed.Kpr*.*BU Ten [soils" facturer. But would make mistake. r .! .

t ) &bo the people% of Norway bare been and promulgates it If it "pockets" It. you a !'

;. Norwegian statesmen bold that this re-, The Average man dote not ave to exceed The manufacturer might take your money and sell k ;
'broulbt Into closer and closer relation
t fugal does not amount to veto since j ten per rent of his earnings He the but he .
a ,
:r ; by Increaalc Norwegian immfraUotL ; mn*fprtid r.ir.e; dollars in living espenves you paint, would take care to charge you as .:.4 .. .
under the constitution if the
: : .. ,As a result of constant correspondence W repassed at the succeeding same session act for emy IlUarQ\"M. Thai being the much for the paint as if you bought it from a dealer lie : "f

between Norwegians In the and he again refuses to sign it it, becomes case he' "cannot. Ulof'nlt1L.rr be too 'careful often about I few onneces would put on that extra profit, to "protect the dealer"

west and Norwegians at home' American a law at once on its passage'.for cent properly i.R"htI.like!{ 1 buying weds We have no salesmen or agents to increase the cost "

Idea bar taken a deep- bold and the third time. This one provision of for his garden, will gave several dollar of the
our to
',bT: orerjrown the Ideas' of the Itself% was sufficient to rest the supreme outlay later on. It is the came in buying paints consumer. '

_ : :French .constitution oa which the un- power of last resort In government Cluml-erlahi'e Colic ClmUra aiid Diarr- We quote to the man that uses the paint the lowest !

l in the hands of the hoes I; my.! It rusts but a few cents and best _
loa with Sweden under the FrenchBernadottes storthing price, reserving no margin to '
and a bottle of it in the house often says .* protect agents.
rather than of the J king of Sweden. Theking's
was based. An idea of d'>,inr's bill <>f several dollar For tale We pay freight.We .

l' : : these relation U'glrett by the fact that Norwegian cabinet two reel- by Red Crow Pharmacy fe.
t dent at his court the t-tbers In Norway gladly advise our customers about paints.
in the United States sendhome
1 Norweirlana were also made fully responsible; For Oer Slaty Yean. \Vrite for sample cards and paint advice and blanks
of ; a oa
orer three-quarters a million
r dollars: a year through the postoffloe to the recommendation storthing, and of It theirs It disapproved or voted Mrs11'inelowa' Soothing Syrup hasbc't'n showing how to measure houses to show the quantity of r
any t need!! for over billy years by millions
department and much larger amount down the policy they proposed to carryout of nwtlie for their children while teething paint required.

1 in bank draft They know:.the town bound law to resign.J with It soothes the
they were by perfect sneeew. Ask: first class business
any house bank in r
_ politic of the American west almost or any New Orleans or n
; In another feature the storthing child, softens! the gum*, allays ail pain the .
: ,. as well In Knute NeUon'a birthplace: In goes beyond even American prece cnrt wind colic,'and is the bert remedy mercantile agencies if we are responsible. f "4

Norway as they are known in Mlnnswta o. dents. After Its members have been ; for diarrhoea. ItiII relieve the poorHtlleniflereriniawdiately
t r tioldbydrurieWinrvrrypartoftheworld. 11R. McWilliams Limited.
and also the brand of flour mad elected by the voters of districts corresponding Twenty J i
t of Minnesota wheat 'merleali"Ja.
to our own cougresaloualdistricts i : fivpeent* a bottle Be sues and uk for teJI Store and Office., 342 Camp Street.
itor to H&mmen/et the "northern- ,
themselves elect the "
they upper Mrs. Winslow's and
Soothing Syrup
1" ,
; I mOlt town in the world," where the house or' senate choosing one- take no other kDd.C :! Factories, 1I35.11J7,11J9 South Front 5trtet. III

t sun does not set at all from May 13 to fourth of their own number to sit as : New Orleans, . Louisiana, :

e.1 'July) 2):: find tbe same brands of flour! senators to pass on all acts sent up I A '.1' On.: %A. ESTABLISHED 1893. The oldest paint manufacturing house in con.ttauons ,,' -

13 ; they find along tbe MbsUalrtpi river from the lower house, in which all acts sera the / successful operation under one management south of I.oulniUe.{ .
and at Tromao where It "la
"" midnight orl nlte. In order to avoid "govern I rLJZbDA8p&tu. or St. Louis.Florida.
nooth. for
-f tot seven noonday three ment by the chair" the storthing of .
months and twilight' the rest of the I
changes its speaker once every tour .. -, -. -- ,
pear they are using the latest Improved weeks during its annual session of -
American electric daring
= about six months. - -, -- ._. .
the of -
seven mouth night With tree education' light taxationand THE

A* a result of thin close connection, ,
almost no burden for mintssenses '
"modern movement" wblch win GREAT
any -
?.* the Norwegians during the past 1 East Coast
In the of I Railway.
politic* Minnesota. Nebraska. '
quarter of a century have been one of FAMILY
; Kansas Colorado is to 'I'
or likely appear
the best governed people In the world. _

in Norway very soon Thus the granting They have been satisfied with King I / Local Time Card '

i { of suffrage to women In some of Oscar in everything except his refusal I No. 62. In Effect April 17, 1995.

our western states resulted In almost
to acknowledge what they claim as SOUTH-BOMD-IEAD
-4 revolutionarychanges In Norwegianpolitics. DOWN HOITH-BOUKB-MAO UF.Trains .
their full statehood under their constitution
Miss Gina Krog. who I In call-) Thedford'a
Black-Draught comet I
adopted in Installing the Berna- .. M'N tai j rDally. '
N N..1B.tN.
od "Norwegian Susan B. Anthony" nearer regulating the entire system STATION II .
'. Ii began an agitation for woman suffrageIn duties as their reigning family. The and keeping the body in health than Dill,.1 Qaitl. Dill,. '...
literary leader of the agitation for full 1 ,
Norway ,and made so many of tbe any other medicine mad It u 100 p t 40a, LSCTp ._,_..1..0"11I.. .,.. Ar IMp 5551 'jt
Norwegian separation from Sweden always ready in to > 4Sa .._... ., _'H ,
I speeches on the subject which any emergency .H. Jack.mTlue! Lr 6 (li 113e
everyOne has been the famous writer Bjoernson.who. treat ailmenti that are frequent in SISplata',, | _,_KLAnJ..tlne J _...._ 1&01' 'Ua
I c c' know almost by heart In the &)pill U. ..._,,._..,.H"jnj[._. ... I kip 111
American west that tae Conservative as the author ofthe Norwegian any family luch as indigestion and THy.HKa, ........_ .u..C hi.U,..........._" .. tip I 21.
biliousness colds diarrhoea
national hymn and many other popular ,
.f the storthing or national parliament stomach aches. --SS-P:U U p 4r ._........__Platka ...___ 4 Op 00 *
productions in prose and verse U a .L. ....... ... .. 1'.1
could not keep the property qualification ) Tbedford's Black-Draught is the 98 -'UPlllU &1. .. .._ .._ 1 UOp sue
idol. It 1s said that several -
for male suffrage against the Norwegian standard, nerer-faJlicg remedy for PI, ] I' result of the agitation. The Norwegian years ago be told King Oscar that If he stomach, bowel liver and kidney 210p SMa L? ...- .. ..akt.lm_..._ ..... L'I' TWa

t Liberals combined with the had would resign as king the people! rf troubles. It i ii a cure for the domestic -1-, II' i-; 3J; Lr ..._......... :\"<*'' ....... .. LT IS I-I Sf 1'1' r.o. M C
icals. and between 1803 and 1901 Norwegian Norway would elect' him tbe first president ills which BO frequently summon 99and S top U 47 p .. ....__...... .. nm.l...lla.-'..... ,._."_" .. I.. 1111 n .
of the Norwegian republic. The the doctor. Iris u good for children S iep'11: up .... .........,.__II.IJ..rL.u._........ IUI ''' ,..
suffrage was reorganized with u it is for A doM of II.. 1ap: .... ....._......__ Urn,""" ......... ...?... I10 I'I' ...
I a close to the Kansas good natured king laughed but It is grown persons.! 9rJp 1 31 p ..... ..... _.n.yt..na...._....._. .. J CloY.. Sate 1M a
approximation said that when the tory spread It excited this medicine every daiU toon tUlp I Sip ... ........P.atOren.e.. '. ., .... 1 Wp, /asa '" r
plan of universal suffrage, including much Swedish indignation and cure the most obstinate case of dyspepsia /lip aijp *r ....._...... ::r.enrua .h. ... 1 :Mpa : IS a ..4. -
suffrage for women in municipal affairs or and when ,- .
tbe present temper of th* Swede' maybe constipation, 10 J) 44 p Ar .. ....... r.Nelld.n .. iv Ir11p 514 C .-
i ; taken u directed brings quick relief.DA3TOLB Trains 101'a J M p, +.. .. .._..'h.rtl.J ... ..., .1l ti piS M pill ., g
: In spite of the fact that It has been judged from the report that U A ,lit,DM.D.lleS. :::: 10 41 4 00 ....Oran;? CHy Ju,.. t-n_ IIoJ pj S 4* p _, a
result of BJoernson's advocacy It p- 1'1- -- --- -
) so long In union with Sweden' with Ttadford't Blaok-Ortmfht; b as been Mr grip JS u.. ..........!thnru ......... I"' 1 f.! 4 M a
,; the reigning! representative of the aratlon his books hue been "boycot faaaJr DO ouwr.doctor Wkw for BT. yew ao4 w.vaal 10 00 p IMP ..__ .....?oak: Iii ...... .... .. ; I I' pI11s ., =
4r. Swedish Dernadottea as the executive tedIn Stockholm.Cbverfallj take a 4"M and any are of ail u ri.Ml M IB tedr test we, C 10 J t Pia *> Ptir, ..._.. ...._TItIlU'jlfO ., l 111/p' a m a 'A .

i bud of I Its government the NorwegianKorerament Ooetor""oon. kills W. ,oar bat*tvet set aloof lets o Jut( money u well tor C SCO a I=:! ,r. .,_..... _._Int; :-r-l: ._=.10-tu a IOWa z l.

1 Is ineverthing tlrrommrixlnl for llhruraatbm site a1ac.Inrybd u H. EADE3.Pe ....no_ .'!000a' Lr ........_.. J14t.furt.l *r .... .._I t.,a g :- ; =
already republican
1% but Its form and while In 0. G. Hitrbee, Danville III., writ oak your dealer for a package of Cars '10 :n j>;' i ...o p: LT ..,.- ..--.. Till**..'.o ----i\ i ii I' a'{;w 'a -.]
I IW..IOOIOOot two years aju I was Itodlord's Black-Draofht and if DIdesaotk.epatseadxic.toTh.Chatta !In la r- imp' ?__.._.. ..c...,..... ..,_ .... .. Illtf Tun -1 t
: om respects it 1s more radically republican .,_ .
laid for four -ins: slap' ? [t Kkhire.: : .... 'tiSIpISa
r than Minnesota or Kansas I tried up months with rlieumatii-tn. JaOOC&JledktD.Coch.ettanoogeTen.. i II '_I IS P' .. ___._r."ua": ,,_._ .. ... .. 11'" a I.. a _
Ballard's Snow Liniment; one sad t9. U "i" 4MJ !; _.__.3t.tb"'IOw. 1I'i < a 1.S:; ar ::s
; E a under It* constitution originally mod bottle earns me. I can ch *rfjlly recoin. ptciac will tw mailed to Ton j '

fe' > pled. on that of the French republic,tal t mend it to all rofferin from like nfiii: .: ,14&12I&,! __ = ,.

I aboIItOied all titles of nobility and tion. 2.)(,, 301'< and It 00 lied CIVM ] 1 IIn'' 711 p- _..__.__TIh".a.u' .- Va II 1'.11 i, <

other titles except such as belong to Pharmacy, Eau Galhe Pharmacy JMaI; 12 Pi".. .............__ ld-ft.. .. ........ .. i 4 11 r I 1111 0
1 25a' 7 ITp; ..._....._ .J..rtsM_ ....._....._... i 1 ilall Hi
; bolder of office during their Incum T s.9 a! f p1 .. ..._....._ .",.flLua\. ..I. ._n'H ,\ lla'lir 4i _
.. ""
t bency. The storthing, which represent LAW POINTS.The 1011., TarP. .._ 11rb.t4 'Ir.d ..._.. ". : aa2a1OM. :: E.
- w BUCK BuffetSleep S 27 a sup; -'.._.' "' .tllIl'llI .._... .. + :It ",lit It | C.
g the ancient general assembly of a 01 tV| S 1 P" .___w.t rallO Pia'b. ... ... .i t 4. ii, t4S |. .
:- the people, out of which the AmericanvongreM right to declare a contract maJe 4 Il a' s is n: ". ._,,,_ &'yr4'n .. ...._ _"I
RAUGHTChamberlain's Buffet 4 425| 9 "Ii"r. .--- ...-. .. 110.1 'y .. .....-.. !. ,111I1101'1"1 -
,} I developed, is closer to the oa Sunday roil because opposed to 131: a li n pS -_ .. _f'LA'1't, 'Iaf" ... .. I c 1,a" 1 Up .
> American congress than Is the parliament public policy U denied In Rodman 4< a til ;a't' "' -. -..-.. U.aa: ....... la. II Mp
versus n.'11 __._ .. <
u / .nebsnAtile ... I Ma t asa |
of any Europ/an country whichreccgnjres Robinson (t,1 C.), C5 I... It A.
.F the principle of royalty. It The riicht of the legislature to"ha 435. U lif *r ... ... .......__ :1.3.1. .__ i" izop:
repudiates royalty as a principle and pose upon a man the duty cf listing 1 In I III- 4'11"

9 a governsorway under the constitutional his own name for taxation the property I hut"I. 1. MOMCSTCAO CITtMSION II. .

1 theory that tb. people of Norway of his wife which U not settled on -- --I I' "taL ; ,'
! : themselves are the source of.: den fur t'\ LI 11 lair 1. _........_ *r: ...1 i seo ;1:
e power and to* authority! for all law la Union school separate u e is sustained in COLIC, CHOLERA AND II 'is AI... ._.-.llnuo.te.: L... _._.._. Lr,. ".-'", ljp ,; :
dutrict versus ,
Norway It 1s this which has BishopConn. : -=--== -- '_. .. .
theory --
i Diarrhea ---- -+ --- t
( ), 60 L. U. A. SS9. Remedy I. 13Ojltf 'II, 21 NSo4 .. Ii N. 17 Mt :
been acted on !n repudiating the king i S .. 111 Ma'MPlT .... i II,iiU = .. : ,
A member wha has been wrongfullyepelM ) *} esaay 4t, O.M ( BN C H. i!Ile 11 s...., Sradai '"
* at of Sweden as The chief executive of from El 0*!} ,! O.., ; Out Ea hA, i Oaitl Oe".. I O... *OaDy. k4 j
an unincorporated Nneflt t.
Norway, and If there is Intervention" society is held in Lahlff A few doses of this rtmf'dym 100 ( tip.: jcop;;-t joa -Ii WaL' _-.. & ...,"II.I. ..... Ar,30att0ea-' I "
1'fnu t lq .
by Germany and other powers now. as invariably cure an ordinary attack .08 "JI>, 10p,9a.aaaAf.. _-6 Jak.r"Iu. _. : I Uy ;'.
JOHf' T. A. and 11. society! tConn.1.Co. of diarrhea. 'top 1ap 'MpJeIOa s f. .._h' : P- ''Q.._. L.ITysllt35t1p//. !
has before. It will be 'ITF.IiTo. i it
happened largely .". L. It T2'Pllnpl'la INS j ._ U.'I'''aea __. 4nayu ,
A. 92, to be entitle-1 to cats It has been used in nine epi 11/a111fa! leo z'l:
for the purpose of keeping this! theory 1091 'Jo'JIlUr-IIOt.JfJ.v4" .- W'Jf"r\ ....-.. ti0.1Iwes.3: //Oy
dan all claims to reinstatement and demics cf dysentery with perfectsuccess. : / l1..y .
in such check -- '- :
that it will not spread I -1. "
' 1 resort O an actK>a for damage fIX'the
i *yom l Norway and Interfere with existing Injury !ISII.'ctld upon him by the It can always be dpen?.dupon rE.'l'iSll.tI ISO OCCIDDTAL STEAMSHIP COWEaiONS IT Ill!). "tf -

conditions in the monarchies! eipu&on. even in the more severe 1/

VoreroxeuU of Europe. attacks of cramp colic and cholera

r V ; : t"Mt'f'orwf'tall law and the existing I. ....kll M.,.,.. sad Pert ft.'"". morbns. Class C."ffIM' .Ha4e si Mlaal l .ili Sttaatifcips .t ke P. 4 0. t i Cttauy ftr -

, coatitmk the action cf the Norwtgiaa It i* equally! succesjfal for
s congress Is not in a Ctra! IlWi.1 J, Kroger, ex-champion long ds: rammer diarrhea anti cholera HAVANA AND KEY WEST. J''yThaw

f. lance 4b)t racer f Germany and Holland! infantnm in children noel is the
sense a "*eantk}r from ?wt en. atwj writet. CKt27, 1901During trail.. '
my T1m. .
the government were completelybefore ing nf eight .",ka' font ran a':halt ha k. children each year. !tw'ar. le ........Tay'n.tl.a.a.os eat tk.itr fume&n1.aL..wt.ScUra1u 01'd.pennre IlUI et UI.''r.-t.41.o t.tJIt aryl" ....... ...... ; A .

,1H\&ntt"ll la everything except City, in April tint, I used &1""I'. Snow When reduced with water and ..., La Ula CitapuJ I & rlll "r&L74.tosornayat.q+.11I4 tetwartetagW f1 11(4"i+aefrne ,yam

luvis; the same king, who, as king ofSwedes. LuJlDMtt to my greatest I14t ,.fk"tion. sweetened it is ple&unt" to Uke.

: :L cUtae-l tb* right alwsy denied Therefore I highly reocmmmd Snow Every man of a family ihoal4 Ut'rtlnJn 3 1\.IIfJS. the .t..I".. Lae, f..r ta.- Ih"f""n '"'3b: sad

g by Norway, ef acting wholly for Lihimect bill ho are tmnb +t with bap ibis r-Eedy in his home eireaaioi' aetrl ur I. lift fat*. N-, .rZ will U bass..L a 'Iti..at franks Lei IloraeltesQ, -
poi IoW
; Jfocway in its foreign tliairt.s tprainr. braitrs or rlwouma.t"m.** 23e Bay it now. It nsy save life. rewire bt1. ea J. h n.ife! alld Meylnrt and trcdaccd at rv t. W".,.11 Sftaab4 cap 4 llonwtrad '
Me. and fl.00Sold by ReJ tritg |u....r, train e d., x..1, ..f. vans lli 8 :t aHoaxstal4
Crow &oi
1-har- ; x 4
This _'lj at t* the Pwcr 25c LARSS Sat S+:c.L. IA. a<> lctsreiag ifate ..
jai point snt Ja; diary and E a Game Pharmacy. 1: ) f Ii!. arriving Mi.tni U p II: ;OW' UtfJf'rt rb ds19 e.r r

: 44 F. E. C.E-y, for p.*i1 hue card of sGdma tt. .\. tL .'. A,J. I,, ."Ib',"L soy A/gurtioe anger fI', g u..... _'

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t; -. More New York Playfrpunds.Tbe can be geared to rock the cradle

:,:; _V o as of Batarla Idea.Jt8 Kew York city:board of aldermen or da other forms of booaebohl work.

OAmmenunt on.;the fact that the after baring twice' defeated the Highest BuiWJnfl In the WeriA =

8akt11a idea"BOW,baa been plan, -TotE'd. ananlaiaasly June 20 toapproprlate ..AJmoun mf1lt was made at New PtowotesKgesEoixChKrfulnessandRestCoiitains Ij
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: t : on congested east Bide and $3,000.-: company had planned! to erecta of
Imirne Ifiosral.
-: !$10611,:Of. more than 100 important COp for athletic fields for the high tower-like structure on the part of nor
: ci in_ten of the leading NOT NAB OT11C.rywisraJfs .
"; states with- w-bools. Tbe ,
playgrounds will be email Its! square at Twenty-fourth street and
:W ain.tbres-years.Editor Winahip tt' the but numerous and there will be an Madison arenue which 'U still occupied ,

i->.tipIJoataat::: ; ; of Education. aaya that, no lOch athletic field for each of the tour hotoughs. by Dr. Parkbursf church. Thissection NTIJN7t&RA' ; :
4-41 icard ,has ever been made '
by any .
c' of the great office building Is
: AtIm movement What then 1s uu.BataTia S.J.
expected to be the tallest structure In Ax--.
>i sus, : i Mea fit.* a system of public the w&id. The plans can for an edl- vSJJrrNar. -
kSfhaol:: education Inaugurated six yean I ace 75 feet square and COO feet high.It Ji "'' .
,.-eP,by Superintendent John Kennedy to certain that the building Trill exceed MM..w..
,o(the Batata (X. Y.: ) schooN. AS defined 11Wws.
:% Frauds Laid 8 rt. any tower or spire to the world. .. *
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p by
Kennedy'blmaolf la a recent The The --
: long expected report of State Washington monument la 555 feet ,
r :address published in the IlatarU Superintendent ofInsurance Hen- high the Philadelphia city hall 337. the

-a Times, this system' "consist in *upj'lying drkks on the' conduct and siatus of Cologne! cathedral 512 and the Park lion A perfect Sour Remedy Stonwb.Diarrhoea for Constipa-,

',.,ire. to the the Equitable Life .Assurance society Bow, building the tallest business Com'ldsionsIerish..
:'.;.-t.it 'sloiv or backward WU made public Jane 2L 'The official structure 1. 3SO. ores and Loss or SLEEP. For Over :
ij) abuxet and grafta 'laid bare by this .-
:& the Individual drastic investigator has caused the '
TacSlnik Sif nature of
.; l attention that laanclal worM ta fafrlygasp tor I RELIGIOUS I dL&fcz&iKYORK. :

will brlns them Years
: bl\ath. Mr. lltndrlcks goes so tares Thirty

: 4t M forward to the 10 say that the only adequate remedy Italian Catholics to v t.. NEW .

":'''F.v.rt class line instead Is to eliminate stock, (control 'seen Pope Plus has issued an encyclicalpermitting

) i? of leaving though guarded, as propWd In' the and advising Catholics In '1

;t, +t ;' them to be sub Ryan trust, and bring about complete Italy to take part In future parliamentary
t he. merged" and lost tnuttuUzatioar present evils are elections thus reversing the policymaintained CASTORIA J

jt.,t't : .. after Indicting traced back to the founder of the society. by Pius IX. and Leo XIII.ever EXACT COPTOrWRAPPCB. [

;r great, injury Henry B. Hyde for inaugurating since the Italian monarchy tookparaesslnn

., upon those who of the Eternal City' _... .
'fj the system of using the. society's VMf ,'" t .*. .crrr. ,
__,'>{ ,. f / 4' 1 survived." Su- money for the selfish/ ends of the otflctrs Y. M. C. A. Naval Training. ........ Tr- .
l {I
perintendentKennedy especially in renting building The Young Men's Christian association -

+_ a had pace at a nominal rate to safe deposit of New York has a new gift In the t.d
John Kennedy. discovered that --- .. -,.. ,-- .. ..- ..
companies in which they were Inter shape of a schooner which will be usedas -

.x unrectined class teaching works widespread ested. The various crooked transact: a trlln11lab)1 for members who DO YOU WANT TO KNOW ALL ABOUT THE .> w
disaster Ills new system does t
tlons with special organized trust com wish to learn to be Bailor The vessel
not',abolish class teaching, but frees It 1 will accommodate about "
panics $ described and how J. II. thirty pupils
: and renders it o t'ratfre. Hesides the HIde and bis friends took stock of the who will be taken on various coastwise EAST

_;. regular class teacher another teacher Increased capital allotted to the so forage COAST OF FLORIDA?
ia assigned
to give personal attentionto
ciety. Mr. llendrtcks says that the Felix Adler Against Divorce. .

the backward or bashful ones. This officers and directors who profited by The Literary l>1ge8t'. summary of Especially: revardinfr Fruit (irnhtgt Trucking and : M.til.

teacher take the troubled ones In these various transactions should be tho recently, published book entitled General Farming? If so, subscribe for llie-.......
band( sits by their aide, warms them'
compelled to make restitution, and the "){srrl1i t" and Divorce," by l>r. Felix .
with sympathy and encourage them FLORIDA EAST COAST
attorney general was expected to bring Adler, head of the Ethical Culture society HOMESEEKER.k. t
with suggestion that awakens confidence suits compel them to disgorge lIe ,
= In New York shows that the position
and fills them with hope. In ells bow the young rid president! of this radical unorthodox thinker PKICE ClSDI'En ANNUM. & ,.

-i answer to the question whether thU: J. IL Hyde, exacted Inordinate salaries U more uncompromising against divorce ISSUED ONCE: A MONTI 11.[ SUII'Uw\' FREE.

.Y two-teacher system does not Increase for his friends and himself and'used than that of the orthodox Christian ADDRESS,

the expenses Superintendent Kennedy his stock control to Justify various u.tranpnfl"S. I churches. He says that "one can 1
'ftpIIH that on the contrary, It reduces E. V. BLACKMAN Editor MIAMI FLORIDA.
no more dbowu his spouse than he can i

expenses.He, says there are actually Forgeries Close Trust Company. disown his: child. lie think that the -..-- .. .. -- -
lee teachers hi nab ria than there
Owing to the forgeries of Benjamin anal reasons! In favor of divorce ret -
would have been If his system had not John B. etsUnIversity
been With IL Gasklll, the City Trust, Kafe" Deposit upon the misconception of the pnrjxxe
adopted. team of teacher
and Surety company of Philadelphiaclosed of marriage. life conception H the promotion
) more than two. beta of children can Its doors June 21 and went Into I of the npiritual: lift of the DE LAND FLA '
be Assembled and ,
the class work
goes world and the of r
the: bands of a receiver An excited conferring
smoothly on without drag., }It. Kennedy crowd of depositor gathered about th- of moral growth one ux'b the other. Affiliated With The University of Chicago ,, ;
regards the Reddening as systems*
lie admits the \t'11id')1D of In
doors, and the police had to be sum
allied dishonesty and the room for COtLMU: lir L1BKK.4I. AKTH-Xbe standards! slue of the
moued to maintain order. care of moral Inoouipatlbilltr. but not 1'r.ivmily ".fitctaou't lbtraee.
lc laggard as the moat objectionable divorce. He dow not even accept aduttery graduates rwtlve their degree* (rom both SI<(*>D Mud CLlraga.

form of segregation beaus It is a Hyde and Alexander Out. an ground for .1101'althuih It COLLEGE or L.4Wiira'la (>f this(4IIf1C are sdwitklto l'ntl..I." in }norio
without exsmination.C1)Lr.EGE .
: qUilt penal Institution. As to the objectIon Paul Morton the new chairman of
may.Justlfy separation. The right to ur TU'UJIULANH"-\t.'fllanlral. {'hi!. t:1t'Ctrit'Sl
that the weaker children will the board of directors of the EquitableLife Enlintf'rili'lliot I'ul
;: remarry he would not grant to the Training t'OUrwa leading tuiiricrrte. Fin ww building, Hotly rfjaij.tmnt.ULL .
become Assurance society, announced June .
z only more dependent Mr. Kennedy guilty because of Inability t,> fulfill! the ( :IK OF nl"iI1 l.+'' -[i.nkiogInallitsbntrb.v: IIR.kkrrpangby bit nietls4s.! ,
20 that he had accepted the resigns
say's that the/Individual teacher marriage relation. To the ltm. oetit Itseems Hicxtiv e cuorws U tootherIkiutmeuts. large Faculty aol cx.mtoudivuabiiidIng.
leada the children\ to help theniMlves.ThU tlons of 1- 4IJ..nt1,14n.1"I' and Vice I'i: .|MUTOUV AfAutMr-Gra4IJaln
unnecessary to grant remarriage prepared to rnur lIunr.1. Yale, J'rilH"'t'hQ 4
system humanizes organizationAnd PrvMdent Hyde. Thl* action camesud. Cornell Michinn. {'hi bwau" he cannot unden>tao a denly, after rigid Investigation of the aoKMAL.irtr'J %(TICysrltiol.Kindergar1rbInitsownbuilding..
saves the from becoming how 1'rinury
a of fine feelings who has
= mete machines. Truancy U disappearing society's affairs had been begun by lIr.Iorton' been dishonored person through no fault of hisor and tearbers.MI'SIC(!".mm rS<'boil in separate building. Tits tit-b<.,1 t'ilpt'Cialll prcparrs l'uLlie h.al

) own accountant
ri at Batavla. hen should wit tuxturn in a uew SCHOOL-A 'IOUI.lII' pipe organ, a d.'lf'"IlllaDlf"paratf i Uaildirf. Jar,.> C.wotT:
,Leigh's New President Lawson Says Rogers Cheated. direction. As to duty be docs not see UWfOUKb e.ur.'sestudy. ,

Tbe board of trustees at Bethlehem. In the July Everybody's Thomas W. how one cm l-e U
"x'' ,I'&.. have chosen Henry R. Drinker ofUutrfon Lawson tells how the National City Though the pledge of honor t.Il' been ltd.'r {

a ). Pa. general solicitor\ of the bank was used to decoy Amalgamated violate+ by one ..hit>. that du.-. not "n- flaws, Bn knell. UoiTrnity, of Mkbifin., ftrnnUoD, .. L'nivereity JVnc.tlT nU. Hryn
scdutber .
Investors and how H. II. Rogers cheated nul U for the other Irdlf'f' doe l'nlrrritiw There a.1'H'
railroad, to j..1110..0(0 in
president boidinr and
Lehigh Valley
t"oipmnit;early a quarter million 4 of the university, sucewdlng the bite him out of $ .(* >.Ou) of his share of not, however, sympathize with the or library ,,(onr 13,1)(") olom,.: a beautiful chapel! with rutty furnishings. iwlodisgetalo.d
Dr. Thomas M. Drown..Fewer the ron>r deal profits. Mr. I awsou thodox Idea that the marriage bond I.I* ftwiudows\ ,, 7 wl paintings a lWav" > tfprerru;a amnalllQfII with rsrnplrte! appaMtaai
calls on the policy holders of the New permanent because God Is a party to 111 MKW4 sthlrtie Geld running track knit court*. Uvtall dUao&tl sot gri bron. be.side .
Professional Women. twimminx, gulf rowing and.dher apses; M|.raU building for &eii and wonce
York Mutual and Equitable Life to lit. large laboratonr* far C"beraUtry. I'b ir .
President Schurman In hU address at )\ Udrinofjr.. Minrmtorj ail Hi..k irr accent
take concerted action under his leader sre mowonu aDd shop; rl' rtri<- lit;",. tlntrU hells, steam beet, -mcot .ak) .. shell! yI
the Cornell university commencement aLIp for their protection. lIe urges r.-.1; broad eenu.ap.rious rsmpot. shrubbery and tr* ; ....i.t liUrarr iau\ U-4) and Mthrr
sold be believed the growing social them to have nothing to do with any Kodents'rlobi tnotiM and : Ur lertorrnxmr a; CbmtUn ami not wetaritn U 1o. .ig. The t-ln>n it
bfHtfal and the
DWJ low.
reflected In the tact fifr are
conservatism was committee and says that his plan has For ratal..p. ,it-fr" fu4itsa.dinfonmatimaldrresthePresident.
that tbe total attendance of students for Its atm the preservation of the fare

,ia constantly and largely increasing at value of all policies the redaction of LINCOLN UrLl.Jtoo: }I", Ithl> 1f.'I.arul, I'IaSEABDARO
Cornell ,,'hUelht* number of women
future premium payment and the re*-
there is steadily declining. lie thought titution of, millions looted from the Seeds
k that It Indicated that the movement of three great companies. I

women Into professional fields had u. kac.a ar wtat ty ban

k pawed Its flood tide. 4 tnwa.. D...tor....LNr s.t s aMA..att..n.4 to1IWt7 Uwf :
t Roosevelt to College Men. ooc.w yrndaee t.iQ.
s.reop tll&a au ota.ta nIdb ,
President Koosevclt attended the a,14R.S.nt l..a h.a'd An..al ..Pl ... ..:..,; ::\.J.::::.".Y? ;: .
I'I f'..w&Jypr nu
sij $ commencement exercises of Clarke Eighteen Hour Train Abn4 *e4. |
nnlTersUj at Worcester Mass, June Moved by the disastrous derailment i 3

; 'JL And was the guest at Williams college of the eastbound Twentieth Century j'{I patron Mks. Savannah Columbia Southern Pines g

j commencement next ,by.1 the<< Limited at Mentor. 0., June 2L on the f

fit, Utter place be received the degree of Lake Shore, the New Tort l"fltnl''I Richmond Washington, Baltimore.

doctor of law*. In hU address at WU management abandoned the eghteeo

Cams the proMent discus**! public hour "Ite' between Cnk-ago and New 1 II II I :60 YEARS'tiXPERIENCE Philadelphia New York

: questions And said he deslrtd the at-, York the oU twenty boor schedule ,

ittahce of all the ('QtltW college being restored. The new service had TWO EI.EIi\T TIUINDAILY

men In the country working out been In operation with apparent suc- I I

the government's. problems. He asked case since J :ae IS. la a statement to SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD
that the navy be built up and kepi the public President Newman of the I I MAIL.

3 cp as A guarantee of peace and of the Central said that while the accident ,

:fir Monroe doctrine AS wen as for the defense was not do to speed of the train betbooirht Tuce DtswnisCo.rtttwm IIAMI MODERX PULLMAN EQl'IPJIKST

J of the Panama canal The most It advisable to restore the itAl

tom a't atateroeut of his idea wu: twenty boar schedule. He expressed ,..nedrsg aetea sag ataerptea. areskt

&2 .; ,Keep-on building and maintaining at the o4nloo that mos; codern mina I I ._"_-&tlt r.nsl ea. ossx+sm tr e'(-... ui .- ONLY LXNE

the higheet point of ffflclency the United are running too fiat The Penasjlvanla I 1 1.--D ,., (14.4 : is a tsaetaa..:; Operating Dally: Throagh i'eprs from Jvk! mrt!> III Net Or.For ....".
a' Btatee navy or quit trying to be a railroad continues Its eighteen boer -Nf11C8--w.-._. =.IM. a caeca

4;< big nation Do one or the othf'r.be train. ,,

president, Also empaasiwd his well Motor t. Rock Creole. Scititific JlierkattRlSfrL write to fall information atd *!e jr rtt'ltnl one call on 1 n jUif. J srtci. or

known tlew of federal supervision of Atra.ae.aesrtf. etrse .r.sasy. /arsit.ea.arr .
A Scotttob electrical company has begra Se aa,as nsc }i.rs.t 'fPa A. 0. HACDOSELL S. C.
glut corporAtions. ....,. > WJYL'TON. Jr.,
make specialty of 'opt>lyta ;
At North Adams be Mid that tbe sort I L' J B7w7ork dart.General Passenger agtnt. Ye..engfrtgest.J1CONv .
Y of to working
smut qwantttJw power :
wooUor "BE aZirMfewE?
kindseM of parents m a', tottale4 U order ft> revive cot- ce. r 0.iiliii ILLS. FLA
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;'- ;_""1"--1fji'" lWl.laaadebeapalaot.at.all kiarf
;c..i: -dl:">1.J! _- "onIIL Sealed bids will be rwtifed by R.A.took.
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Us:.daainaaa of the Board of County Owa.iatio&enof -
: !>' Brevard Cooaty. Florida wall
'Ce'%;-" ', : Monday. Annst 1st. I1*. at snow. for DM = osr 4onT. ,
-;. 1, ., .all M m) PIlE I followingrvad work the board menriBjthe Aotkorued Caital 10Q.IXXXWssooiu i
-"" -, right to reject and all bids: : !
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.:: :i :. ", Average Efepontt. .. : JU0,000.00
'. a.jd a.p1l leek ttt.ai Xcarhy 1'. ROAD DISTRICT NO L
,;ilj .eel COSTEACT 50. L
#4Jf"'J Easel from Tit.nine0 south boondary General Banking Business
MKLBOCKXK. line ef district to be cleared off and freed
} a from broth time times a year. Road to be Largest and Oldest
,Mr.. Smith MeFtrUnJ DM moved into # kept ia first Baas condition I_ y 1
Bank on the RiTfr
b the Metctlf building on Front street ROAD DISTRICT XO. 8.C0.VTBACT .
t .
; Exchange Bought and Sold on All
-1'" !Q< br. and Mi* I*A. Pk have pent a 5o !. Foreign countries.

H of tbU week fa Eau Gall$- ALL DAMAGE Keeping public road from north boundary .
food part. of commissioners district to the north Patronage; appreciated. Prompt service.poliktmtmratasdererstavorwssisiest. "
:;, 'Mi. Aim Martin went to Orlandolsstp ts covered by a good fire insurance com limit of the town of Eaa Gallic to be cleared
l'w Mile while with reUtira. pany. The damage by fire, by water, by of brush and weeds three times a year, and with ooatervfttire banking cnoted.COEEESPON rs .' 'ti,y y=
: ; : ; Monday to spend' t smoke and by the firemen in their efforts maintained as a first elms road. DENTS:

to extinguish the fiamea. The man who COXTEACT tea I Empire Trust Company Jf. V, )Florid

i The Jiaees Sadie Snell and Mary Flaw, IS COVERED Keeping op the public road from north fad Rank .t Trout( )uipenyJaeksoetvitl.J1L
<0 the of road north of E. M. Whale;'. place on Mernf -
Callii In Melbourn oo
Cif Est mere by insurance Las little to fear of fire. It s Island to south cod of public road on the TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

fourth.Messrs.. doesn't worry him night and day like tho Nine laud.feet This wide road to be worked twice year. --- -.. --- -.-. _.. .. ._- ... -----
BeaajeII, Hoke and RicUrdon uninsured fellows. If you are among the \
on the latter ela +, get out of it at once. Let Ate (ccnmucr KO. 4. PENNEY BRANNING
are making Improvements write you a policy on your property and Keeping up public road beginning at the ,
Gibba house. see how much better you sleep nights. DeSoto hammock w south end of road at

; 'Mi Alice. Nicboton u :enjoying ber MORGAN A WALTON, Oa&areral Hall's hammock to the light indadmj hone the the road road from to be TITUSVILLE

_ vacation a' liom*. the returns to college worked twice a year eight feet wide. f ,
TlTTSVIUK, FU>MDA.ringingMIJ "'" -
ia September at Washington, D. C.. DISTRICT NO. t
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Mr. and Mrs. Glands Edge returned coxrauT sue 5. *
/ Grace with her for an out Fasbionable Clothiers
to their Eau Gallic home on Wednesday, New road to be opened, beginning at the
nz on the beach. southwest corner(Mr. Mttcalfa land South
after tUiting relatives in Melbourne Ufbourne, thonre east to bank of Indian
The Rev. E. II. Bjrrons preached his
Fort Here river thence southeasterly along said river
Ia. t sermon here for. the present Sunday hank at safe distance (MIl the bluff to the Gents'
_ )Ir. and Mrs. E- P. Branch, Mre,John afternoon.' We are very sorry to learn ol north bask of a branch north of the residence and Furnisliers
Ferguson and Mien Lillian rpent the of Mr*. Margaret Gale, thence along writ
his miirnatlon: which is to take effect in bank of branch to spring at its source thence
r fourth at the Branch- cottage on the Atlantic October and he has the kindest wishes of southerly to the river bank, thence along the -
beach. river bank at safe distance therefrom to north cs The Queen Quality Shoe for ladies Is the
our people. line of Mn. B. Minor's'. land thence weal
A number of onr pcoe went to Titus- along said land to the northwe&t corner of most st'lbJI and durable In the world lu

a Till to spend the fourth, and all report a A Grim Tragedy to land south thence comer southerly of her orange along grove western, to fence jointo addition ite keep he famous Edwin: fUpp. and

good time. That is a uoal report after a Li daily enacted in thousand of homesas present road. Said contract to include Crovsctt Nhot'S.11 high claw goods to be
t Fourth of July celebration in TitusvUl death claims, in each one, another \ic- cost of building bridges. -3
tim of consumption or pneumonia, but coNTRACT SO. 6. round here. Manhattan Shirts, K.: &: W.l'ol.
Mrs. Cabot and little granddaughter, when coughs and cold
are properly y
-K= lars Stetson and
Keeping up the public rued from Lao GalHe ------ .
of Hobe Sound, bare ben guests of the treated, the tragedy is aierted. F. G. to Melbourne d road to be worked ia a
Brown House this week white visiting heron tinntley, of OakUndon, Ind., writes: first e asa road. -- --
"My wife had the consumption and three
Mr. W. C. kyle, oar popular railroad CONTRACT SO. 7.
; loeUtrs gave her up. Finally she took Keeping np the public road from southwest Anything .
Dr. New for
agnt.Mrs. Kinu's Discover Consmnp:
corner of grove of Mrs. B. E.MiuurtoC'enterp
Chas. Campbell and her eon, Master tion, coughs and it>M?, which cured" her street, Malabar, to be kept ass first class men wear yon can bay here.
and today she is well and strong. It road.
Fralser, write that they are enjoying kills the germs of all diseases: One die COJTHACT NO. 8.

their visit with relatives in Manitao, relieves. Guaranteed at 50c and $1 00 Road from Chas. Bolton's to depot d MAIL ORDERS SPECIALLY SOLICITED.

I Col. Fratser saw snow for the first time, by Red Cross Pharmacy. Trial bottle Grant to be kept up u a fir t class road. .
and was delighted with the "cold, white free. CONTRACT SO. 9.

a ; toff," having been born in Melbourne "CHAMPIONS. OF FLORIDA." first Road clans from road.Grant to Micro,to be kept up asa SAN MATEO CIGARSHave

be never saw !it, as it never snows here.
(From the Dayfcma Journal.) Made
.,''+ Mr. Edwin Hood, of Annapolis, Md Goad from Eau Gillie to Bovine as a third a
arrived here last week, and intends to Ilia said the Cocoa nine registered at doss road and from Bovine to Persimmon Reputation
Schmidt's Villa prior to the Daytona mound as a fourth class road.
in Melbourne with his t of Their Own.
} spend his vacation
; of Florida. After I
game, "Champions ROAD DISTRICT NO. 4. f
m&bn(11, Lena Hood and sister, Mite
the game some one a..ldt'tlll.\ 1 w'e fell CONTRACT NO. 11. The success of the San Mateo Cigaris
Maude. It I is Mr. Hwo f4 first visit to onr
I the Road from Sharp to north limit '
hy wayside. 04..111. one of the greatest triumphsof
r1 town, and he is very much pleased with to be kept as a first class road.
The game as played was a very inter. the East Coast since the freeze.
dimate, etc. He is a student at the Annapolia sting one and witnessed by many people CONTRACT NO. 12.

Milit-.rllC&ool.! the grounds being crowded. The Road from south limit of Cocoa to south Male from the t i Itoicitt growths of tobam that the Ilt'ninllOl& of Florida anti tile '
t .cure at the end of the niutU inning limit of district No. 4. to be kept a* a first Island! ue CnLa can product. and wrapped| with the rich, silky leaf on East -

ftlckMUf Battens Flu stood Daytona 7, Cocoa 2. class road. Count plantations, the cigar imluntrvof the world ha ne f r ',frown'-' articl
I ROAD DISTRICT .NO. 5. K"r Ntf by all the liwiuitf hotels and tint stud by the Vniun News Company

}' ..' Of ague and malaria can be relieved Beautify your complexion with little CONTRACT 50. 13. ou e\ery train t'1Ih'rlllgluriJa..

and eared with Electric Bitters. This i* .nst. IC you wish a smooth! clear, cream Keeping in repairs the nod from the
tonic medicine of special benefit Twenty Sizes, Styles and Grades to select from.
a like
pore complexion, rosy cheeks, laughing limits of Titusville to end of shell mad northof
in malaria, for it exerts a true curative ryes, take Hollifter s Rocky MountainTea >>ims. Old ruts in the marled or shelled Manufactured by s. W. ROWLEY, San Mateo Fla.
i i influence on the disease, driving it entirely the greatest beautifier known. 35 parts, and the tracks formed by hones tramping
}- ou* of the .,stem. It is much to Cents. Afk your druggist. to be filled up and kept in good repair as -
be preferred to quinine, having none of often. needed.

this drug's bad after .-ff*
; day, of Henrietta. Tex., writes: "My Road from Mime to six mile creek to be SORE ENSFor
. # brother *as very low with ma'irial (e\t rand Daytona Journal has an enthusiastic kept an a third elaM road. Public sal from i
t jaundice, till he took Electric: Bitterewhich i baseball reporter. Listen to nix mile creek to Volusia aunty line (via
- aved his life." At Red CratePharmacy. what he has to Cartage. slough), the old Enterprise road to
Price We, guaranteed. say : be kept as a fourth class road.
, i M- The team that beats Day tona has got I doors and windows

) to he up and doin The boys are play Ilow'a This
is OAK HILL. ing together, and the team is btinlCtft'nlfthp.neol covered with any wire... .
We olfer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
hie his meat
! Mr. Q. Goodrich reopens more every day. Duke
any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by
L. .' market Thursday.Rev. Wilder, who is a rattling first baseman II all'.Catarrh Cure.
And batter, ha returned, and will be F. J.ClIKSET Co, Props. Toledo OWe ,
of the
Stnrgis occupied the pulpit heard from during the balance of the the undersigned have known F..J.l'he- ,

"I Congregational church Sunday morning games. ne> for the last 13 '"B.loll believe him personally Jlt-alt't in LumUr and HUlI.I"...' Material
honorable in all business
.. and night.A transactions
Where yna sick? Headache, foul and financially able to carry out any obligations Eau Gallic, Florida.
made bY their firm.
Ii great many of our young people spent
tongue, no appetite, lack energy pain in WRT & Tat:-'x.
\ the Fourth in Titusvilie and report a your stomach, constipation. HolhsterV Wholesale Druggists, Toledo Ohio. -. --
'n. pleasant time. Rocky[ Mountain Tea will make,.ou well \VAL6is.Kix.v4.vi MARVIN, J, E.WALKER. H B MACE,
f And keep you well. S) tents.k Wholesale' DrucjriaU Toledo Ohio.Jra' .
:,t.. Our much needed rain came Wednesday druggist. your I's Catarrh Cure is takes internally,acting JOHN R. WALKER & CO.,

I and has cooled the air anti refreshed --- -_.- directly upon the blood and mucous snr-
r l} \ TREASURER'S STATEMENT. faces of the system. Price< 75c. prr Iwttle.M .
..." vegetation wonderfully. >> by all dniK'iits. TnttimoBuU free. Titusvilie Fla. ,
Mr. John CMeen has purchased Mr. JULY 1st, 1905. Halls Family Pills are the best.IHppvd 4'
Balance! cash oo band Jane 1.1905 fl3.3i p J.|S. Gaines house and lot anti will move Amount received in June 1905 .'. 2ori935

a his family there shortly. l'andles. > DRY GOODS
Total. t33.lri5.Tii Ipped: tan.ile' Cut j". andlo<* L-

Mr. W. 0. Howes arrived home from Leas warraob'paid in June t9O15andwarrautadehtered wlm..e witty: tare ilipjn!\ in njoltiilgrea ,,

New York Saturday night lie found to rnuntyrommiaioners i time after time until they took

the weather delightful'y! cool tlre.Mrs. ?and.board( public_mstructwo fU..irUJJlUU&re up euougi to (.)rri a ,j'\Under of rr f

pvctable ".7<'" were made In Germany CLOTHING
j W. L. Null and little son left Sunday ; .
nsh on band July 1.191ft'.XU 34 A. I>. 1ii.
Mr. Null in Jackson-
morning to join ,
above amount is held u follows:
which will In their future hotne.Mr .
vile ""
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Dp*il in Indian tover State '
J. i *. is Owens and Mra P. D. Parktt "nt, a4 per caahitra certificate at- e GENTS' FURNISHINGS
tacbod to monthly sUU-nitot lcs 9 d
f made a flying trip to Jacksonville Checks not in... ..fl&9UL34Balances ; ,

r Monday to tab advantage of the Mondayales. belonging to each fund are as

o C.>llow\ s: Jjers SHOES

+ Mb* Cornelia 1hgruJt'r tame tip from County.. revenue Jf'ofral (fund.. t3,>-515i) .
r_ .. roaJ and bridge .. .. .. 1..3A1Jbuildm ,
HoclledgvVedneiay fora visit with .. _'.... 1UI Zr
is her brother, Mr. II J. Migruder, who .. fine and (forfeiture.. .... 9.04.1. What friends T
.. ft"t"JiDI prisouert' .-___. 4.Su: are your saying
Y joined her aiTitus ilie, where be spent f&list .. .. MILLINERY '
apt. 1.--- 911I. about ? That
you your gray
4 the Fourth. .. .. .. 2. ._____. 1.i* M
.. w 3----------- 1""ea9y hair makes you look old ? ,
( afire NHtie CoolAnt, who bee been the 4..... ...._ IIIO..: i And !
fvietof Mite Grace Reed in Titorville y.-'" .... ... ...Wl'.I\....... :. yet, you are not forty M1
"' pine warden fend.'.. 21+75 }! Postpone this locking old.
since Saturday rturnJV 'drw .lay, property of'de.r rd perwaa i

fand..._. l.o JURNITURE.
rhoot nd i' )*ran! ..... 115 i
.. lial Ui at huM disc L.assts' Hair VigorUse
t ii i .. .-. L._ 1.130 ad I :::::.:::: ::. ::- : ;-- -
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4. .. 7W10 We want your patronage.
SUPPORT Ayer's Hair Vigor and

Toult15ir113t restore to your gray hair all Our aim is to please YOU.

Respectfully.Joni the deep, dark, rich color of
Ifrcav. early life. Then be satisfied. New, Up-to-Date Goods in every
SCOTTS EMllSON ova u a County Treasurer.Orally .

"arses "air ltpn ..., tt.. ,t.r..! Line. '
a- kidtto the *takm4 a4 teas e
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U DuM.d. saes.. r, star t.tr. ..a I Wit .LJJ
i i Itnd i)Um al.aj ..d it eaa Ca4 .-'r. I.y..1 'w el.tte rM do.-
I Tim support onJaury tooL Nothing is more in demand than a )(u.L.I.UII..L: tltxtack.eiis: T Mail orders receive prompt and
f medicine which modern 5Ia. lonnIe. I
muss re aire- I"T.trC
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Ant tor Ace IDIIp& AN. .r a res.s careful attention.
i matte for a blood and srHem dean r. for
SOn a 8OWSl; 0--. ouch u I),. King's New Life Pillt They
.'M t.tC."",....; a:1 and liver troubles you Try ,btm.t Red Dark Hair JOHN WALKER & CO. TittiSYille Fla.

'0 Cross Pharmacy, :x guaranteed. ,


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