The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
January 20, 1905


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


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

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

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


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rrVUYEflIEPUIILEgate.i..t GOLDSMITH)fro W. E. Goldsmith SILLS disposed GROCERY of his C dllRRE1 lOOllll&OlI&3.R & RADICAL PRICE ON CUTS DRESS GOODS| BIIS Of j IjEiIiCarrat '. ;

; grocery bostneM last Saturday to Mr.
liNtsst' That .AN Haps.taa'tU 8rld XU* of Wkat la OttUg Ow IB Ereata: ., t'. ........, "ft"
A. J. Wagoner, of Tennewee, who came Imported non's veiling with the new
Ar.... iNs.h '. a few weeks ago with hit family to spend and TltuY111. chiffon finish, 40 inches wide, in black Po"r&J'.4 U Brl'. s.

The fioetl assortment of Cake, Bread \M winter.. The change of ownership Mrs. Albertina Treutler, of Eau Gillie, only .worth 85 rents per yard, special 59 Oysters in .\'nlltyle and quantity at

".' *cd Pies at Fr E. 0. Grocery.\ took place at once, Mr. Wagoner taking pent a part of Monday and Tuesday in cents.French crepe de Para made from pure F. E. G Grocery. '

.Master Roawll Norwood returned' but charge of the business Monday morning Itusville. silk and w.of, in all the latest shade*, 40 For SltJapne sugar cane for seed.Ckll .

Friday to moat 'hU stadia at 'Florida.State at which Lime be and Mr. S. J. Norton We learn that Judge Gaulden expects nclies wide, I.C5 is the regular! .price off oradtlrrts IL J. Platt, Mima. Fla.5tiss .

college. alter-spending the ho: .iays consolidated, bringing the grocery business ; to move bis cottage back further from the s ecial79centa.Black silk taffeta.. 36 inches wide every } lith Deltonre left Monday for
K.V,V :at home: Mr. Norton had been running on street and base it thoroughly overhauled.A yard guaranteed, 11.50 would be a low Jacksonville for a few reeks visit to her $

--.*%*:-,.-. .Call belly cracker Jan and aa exquisite Main street to the commodious brick trio from the Tjtusville orchestra will price for this quality, special &) cents per aunt and other relatives,

sr line of souvenir goods of descriptions bWldinl,00 Washington avenue. The furnish music for tbe dance at Cocoa to- rard.All wool blankets extra large size, silk )Ir. Cas ie Mina has gone to Fort

t'' have just been received at the Red Cross business will be conducted under the night, given by the Wise Guy's club of bound, worth $-4.l)), special *-??. Abu nerve to aia his brother there In the

f: Pharmacy.Mr ., name of Wagoner & Co. The new firm that place. a lot of beet grade of California wool wagon factory and blacksmith slop for awhile
baa our bent wishes for success. Mr. Blanket, extra heavy M50 is the manufacturer's
{ V *. fi:M..Robbins and baby Doa u Citrus nock grown on high pine land.
( price on these, special l f4 9S.
Goldsmith will launch out in the
.arrived home Sunday afternoon from lie?. grocery Indian River Nar-eries established 18.SS, Lailies' all wool golf\ blouses, just a few Mr. John A. M'Rae. of Jacksonville\

V I. eral jmontbs1 tkit i with relatives |in Georgia botinesa at Fort Pierce in a few weeks Send for catalogue, Toledo and Weet in white or red, regular prkv.(3 00, *pec. accompanied by his friend, Mr. Allen
and Nortb Carolina[ aa soon. he can secure tbe store room Palm Beach. UI 11.98.
paid a visit to the
be has engaged there which is next door Our broad guage policy in selling shoes. turpentine camp at
V For the medicine chest or sideboard; north of Ilendry & Goldsmith's store, Attorney G. 51. Robbins baa been at Our stock of shoes ia the most comprehensive Turnbuli yesterday on business

'.) I.. W. Harper Wbiikey U. preeminently near the railway station. Mr. Goldsmith Miami for some day. past attending to our method of sloe selling Red Cross Pharmacy has jnrt mvtved

: the family whiskey-none better Bold important cassia circuit court there before extremely liberal. 'o-retail concern on a new invoice hand mirrors,handsome
expects to remain here about two this man sells the annual of
V ; quantity
; :' by R. L. Motley and F,. Lrley.t Judge Jones.
:* souvenir Mods handkerchief and
V weeks longer shoes that are put out by us. Our pnctu,
':k ,'-. IDtactlful selections in leather good \ Mr, C. :\. Gardner is having his river gystemaiH'&lIy low, run from the lowest boxtf. Beautiful lines of gaud

and burnt wood work haft just beep received OBANOE BOXES AT CIT PRICES. 'ront improved by putting down foundations that serviceable shoes ran de sold, to a Call at THusvilSe Livery, at rear of
fair figure for the finest shoes short of
; a at the Red Croee Pharmacy. An We hare twelve cars of first claM orange of palmetto logs preparatory to strictly bench work. RobUns law office, for etvlifh rigs

14\ Inspection is all that la aiked. You nil! boxes we now offer at cot prictiS. !. building a coquina sea wall. We have shoes for men, women and Leave your orders for hauling, both double \
F. TKAVU&. Cocoa Fla.
be mn to purchase theae novelties. We have the finest line of toilet soaps children, for alt sorts of occasions, ant and single.! J. M. Oaban, proprietor,
': weareoontinoally offering fine lines of
;;: :' Capt. P. Nelson and wife, Mr. F. \. DANCE AT OPERA HOCSE. ever offered on the east coast. Prices shot at rice,. Some more Everett pianos are being

i Morgan and wife, Messrs. Lesley, Clark, A dance will be given at Titusville op- range from 10 cents up to aa high as?1.00 Mail orders promptly filled on any of received by Ute Indian River Music

1 Waller and Jerome, from this place, are rahoawon Wednesday evening next, per cake. Red Cross Pharmacy. the a'ove goods. House The people of India River
,, Jan. 25th. Titusville orchestra will furnish Jl"LIl"3 KU.NK,
;;;,. attending the meeting of the Grand music. Admission $1 00. )Ir. Adhemar Brady is having the lot Tittmille, Fla. want the best-this they,. getting in
'" :- lodge in Jacksonville this week. adjoining his home place on the north the New Everett It U the new tittle

enclosed with a neat fence. Improvements DEDICATION.Rev. standard.
Mr G. F. Duren has Just purchased anew I

1905 ,model Crescent bicycle from The cold wave which struck this section are constantly showing up all J. J. Manker, D D editor of the: Indian River has experienced a gasoline

the Indian River' Music House. It U last Saturday morning held its own about town. ethodic! Advocate-Journal, Knoxville, i famine the part few days. Powerboats

known u model 581 and Is\ the Ut until Tuesday morning, when the weather We call special attention this week to Tenn., wilt deehcetethenew Stlhuls' .. and ga engines of all description

; bicycle value to be found on the market moderated. The storm, aa predicted the new display! advertisements of Messrs Methodist KpiK-ojuiI church, Eiii Gallie, have bad to told up for tbe supply which

for $25.00.U. by the weather bureau, was to lie of unusual Penney &; Branning, gents' furnishers, Sunday, Jan. 22nd, IW, at 1030 a. m. arrived Tuesday on a delayed freight.

T '! L. Bowden, with bit 00 h. p. Mercedes severity, but the wind !held steadily and Messrs &'huyJehWitOn' insurance, He will preach at Melbourne at;:30p. m. The concert which was advertised! last
to the north and northwest and the both on page 8. --" ------ week for
I the Flying Dutcnman, covered a COMB Wednesday night had to be
mile Sunday morning on the Ormond. mercury ranged at first (rom 41 to 50, theovest A letter just! received this week from cancelled owing to the fait that Mrs.

Daytona beach in 37 teconda. This, of being reached Tuesday morning, Mr. D. S. Evans, who left here a few get To the work Titusville done Blacksmith The only Shop experienced to Pitt and Pollard were suddenly railed to

:L coarse li not an official record, bat it indicate when it dropped down. low as 38 de- weeks ago, locates him permanently at your blacksmith in town. All work their homes,necessitating their cancellingall

{ what speed may be expected in rreea. The velocity! of the wind was Society Hill, Miss., which is in the heart guaranteed and promptly attended to. dates made in this section of the state.I R

{ the official races there next week about 30 miles an hour with the result of a large turpentine section of country. Work done cheaper than where in >r. J. M. Dixon, wife and daughter
the town. Al*) tinning, plumbing, and
that the water was lowered about two
Dr. C. G. Weld and Col. Codman, prom [)O(1or F. If. Houjfhton writes us this (general repairing don at the TIII1I\ill"! spent from Friday until Sunday with relatives .
f Feet below the regular level at this place. Blacksmith Come Come all and friend Cocoa and Rock-
inent members of the Canaveral club, week from Melbourne, w hich is his present shop one, at
Boats and launches were left high aDd location with the IVntoe, from therehe and you shall* done right by. kdgeere! leaving this week' for their fu. ,I
left for the north Tuesday. Owing i to the O. B. Srtttr-
dry on ground.
t the estreot'elylow stage of water in the expects to go to Fort tierce, due lure home, which will balm Jacksonville, ,

creek they made the trip via Mosquito The Bedelia, oanedbyMr. Doolittle, notice of which ill be noted in thee GJOUGIA A. where the doctor will go into the drug i
broke away from her at Cocoa
mooring burines. His Tmuville friends
aDd the Haulover canal timing column A. B. Carter hat out the many
lagoon a party among
I and drifted do.n the rmr as far as Lotus, wish him in his
over In Dr. Weld's boat in command of where she war found Tuesday and CapL Geo. G. Glea.! 'on, of St. An islands on Banana river. success new venture.

John Edwards gustine, was here yesterday to make arraiifrements Two men., a woman and severslchildren
brought back to Titusville. Mrs. Win. Wittfcld is up and out again

Vs A most pleasant occasion was that of Although Banana creek was almost dry fhr wood supply for the from her sick room. tie.called on Mr?. belonging to the Salvation army arrivedin
Toinoks the Haulover canal. "I..nIonday afternoon and staid here
the reception given by Miss Glad do at for several days, Capt. Fischer kept the dredge Page Monday.Mr. ..
. He has forty cords enjra,red, ,'hl'h.m until the follow ing day. They oangand
w her home yesterday afternoon from 3 to 5 mails going and coming by persistency Jone dwelling house, at Ilorti,
be towed to the canal by lighter. exhorted several limes on the public
o'clock in honor of Mrs Wetmore andher and much bard work. caught afire and burned down to the
streets having a ,mall..1 organ and a
tray guest, Mrs. Webster, of Jack8 nvilll". The Canaveral club boat Widgeon, ha Over four hundred barrels! of fish were ground Sunday night, nothing eated bass dram for IAomisntrnent and to

; There were quits a number in attend not made the run to this place since la- thipped from Titnaville fr the two Mr.( Chapman and family, from the make noisetodraw Ute itowd, l
;.' anas, delicious refreshments were served week, but the cater is now about up to weeks prior to the advent of the norther, Eaton grove, a'o: Mr.( Jones, w hcr hours: much enthusiasm could tie aruuuwl.

't.", and the time was spent delightfully with normal winter liAge.CHURCH. which !wanpeiidosnon'slastSaturday. burned Sunday night, were here Monday.Mr. w

: music and pleasant: conversation. This .give wine idea of the prominen i' Cspt M. I:. Englub, an old residentof !
-.-"" W. %Wood White and daughters, !
NOTES of the fishing industry at this point 'p.yUle, and wlt<> has had charge vf
tf Judge M. s. Jones is having eome extensive '( t'nia and Lola White, who have been
Rev. Chas. D. Burrows, of Jamestown, the pan: at the Florida Eitra Works,
't improvement made to his rest. Mr. C. W. Hellion, representing the stopping at :harpe, paid Georgian a
R. I., will hold rrrvioe i nod preach in St left I wetk for Miami, where he ha
dence at Sunbeam, the most important o f Ballard remedies, sag in town Tu<' lay visit the fist of the week.
Marks church Cocoa, on Sunday next aHa. accepted a ponition with tin extract factofy ,
whlcb [is an addition ef two rooms on the on his way southward bound. He is a Mr. and Mrs. I'lrich areexpectingMrs. His
au.&oniM. there. place here has brrii
5. west of the building, the placing of a bal genial knight of the mad aid make lain and daughter, aim a frier. oltbt'irl' taken'" Mr. (i. W. Hanfunl, and thel'aiitinn
the structure, new verandas at the Titusvilie Baptist! | friend wherever he ITKallard rem .-
through present I this week from Kenotha, Wig. TI ew* jo- held I> Ihxoii with
by r. the
etc. Theoe improvements! will church onSundav, Jan. :22nd, at II a. in die are bandied by K..l Cnw I'hannat-j .
pie are to b&room!! with ttWIn.I "'ltJr .b Extract: Works i i.* now filled byMr.
1V thoroughly appreciate by Mrs. Jones and 7 p. m. The Lord's supper will beheld and are regularly ekertid in THE SK(R.Ittent I,
The folfJwint named prvni from the T. \Vintrhagrn.
borne from D Land uMay. at the dOftt'! of the morning wrvice I
I when she returns patent have teen iwneil fir t!>eincorporation I' New Rookledg* hotel, pent a part ofTnfdJay The Grneiieve; i
of NVVorkoi
Sunday school" at 10 a. m. power yacht It +<
of the }"ortl'"fl'P Land and in lev.! Chan. I>. .
: : Gmrgiana: ... l Mr. Howeii
Howard B. (iibl>n!!, Pastor. I '> by itoiinlattin |
:"':' Among the arrivals in town Monday -- '. Improvement Cc)., with a capital of f 20.<") Burrow, Jamertown, R. L; Charles F. place )c I..rd.1J> Oruil." en let way

w. notes I )1,. and Mrs B. W. Jerome, JOINED THE STATE CLUB to conduct a general agricultural and land I' Hoiden, clerk: county court Clarksburg, ito PalmlVa< k The boat u a Uvuty,

"t' from New London, ((Jnn., who will The Progressive Collar club of tin ttll$'ot'ti!. F. (f. S'veno.rt, II. A. Fisher, j W. V* ;Thomas F. Button, Trenton, N. J.Tle fifty-file feet uveraU! t"kf..t.t braw, g'-

: spend the winter at Palm Beach. They II. Bernard, JamE. Andrews and 4 .
V pace hu recently united with the Mat I M. E. church: at Eao lullie i ill W |1 ha 2, h. p. (""uU(- ti r.Iuty motor !

. ;: are slopping with Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Federation of tVonen'eIut* and sill! 1 wre F. Ijmjpcnhacher are the imvr- Il.. dt'd t"att.abtJ1nh, the 'nd mt. I| and make Wit Urn u.ilr \r \*mr.Thr ;f
i, Jerome tosta I t
and Mr. expects .
either send delegates! or a written n po..rt t.rators I Minsters from ..loe fwhere are eitted to | (rrieiete: wa agruund in the Hai>lover 3j
Vi weeks in order uiinfull *
: txoorthree nf the work of the club to the cuuveuiicn The iiuuitier tau dr". the drt-M suit I ol icu 1e on this, data ren. AH wq can | i-antl t.r but ,days and a ball! k$ [
t his launch the Utter hat
in ,
new motor which is to U held! at Miami on torrah caw at Klint"''. Through sn.e errt-r : attend are cordially invited l to be |>r-wnl. I j ek'pp.d here fir a supply/ of <.*uili>r.j ji
been in cbargeof Cap""lon since ..
log and with in.4. there were two tukeL given oat with 'It U now eat+-ud that *-> -ral from j Pilot John Mrf, of "Si. Aagaotibe, car-

I- )lr. Jerome .left here about four years The Culture club ha elected.... it* de<- aide Mme: nr.mWr ( lpe"u held by this! place: will attnxi the Jt>JitatKoIl.j' : tied hr through the IIIan.S! nuts
Mrs. Jerome! will spend a few days h I .
<,1 .qo. entrs the convection! to tie f.. fci at fn;. J. A. Collins and the other by Mr. (j' The Woman' club! met the 12th ir..tat I ,

.; : here then jto to IVlm! Beach.. --- Miami )( '. W. )). Brown and )1 f! DR I>. Eunk So in order to jUAre this the pWvtnt burn of Mr.. Handy. I| DEATH OF O. V. BONKER
Piiuhard.n .. t<> the tfttUfoetion of all i*>ncernd members tiro. V. lr.kt'r..f<o1.&I..J
1 Prophylactic Tooth Brushes Dentifrice.New ._ op | >Wiei> :w were the I WMj :j
Slercertwd Madras for waists ---0 4 di>-* mast ca.a* given U each ; right t..r..j bffrlluwship tiding ntrn.i.' R SALE CHC.% rOle CASH.
Easy Reading Thermometer*. IS J: 5ckI' of lle above ptrt r. ;! them thnxigbl>r ch.iniMn, Mrs, lie died from an tla.k: of ft
Window Curtain Satin, white, 7jc.} About SS acres of good hijrb land on
Calendars half price to cloe. the ea,-t or ocean side of the Indian rive Mr. and Mr*. S. B. lUthban and j Welch., The Ul intrr of s'man wa. tk.&rt fa-lure. Irrx-a....1 't lf..l1b o.a1'

tt: Cb&moiI Skim :'A I & 3.X- at the Narrows, dee tibwd a* follows: LesNa { -laughter (;race, from Hammond..prt, ', CnfttJ-Jered. The rarnrt krk ',f tart \ rot M'tb Thur+.lay n:, tit aryl whew he .

'"V Bedroom Slipper Sul eT s 2J, 29.,3.c.FURNITURE. J, section S5, also lot No. 3, (ActionSH | N. Y., were arsonthearnTasin! U>* n meinU-r gave evtdeoo that if* Ib.tUlM .at Land neat uv rotcg a lb.ia.aDald

DRY GOOIW.SHOB* in township 31 sooth, nnl39 .Lat. i "M from the. i.-art. and tki the 4J..1' !'that te hal brrfl deal er trrai hoar .
Gardner Tttosville, FlonJaJ This land W animproTed but finely! located. n.aY They recently purchased the :
i: tbaa A For further particulars addm* t ottaron Hovkine street owned by Mre.M thy rash kit! in trw "Jbjrtt diraweL Mr. linkeraif.." u> India river ttom i.

BIO 1TIWSPAPEB DEAL. E. }l. lAw.Bmckton. A. iml'-"lQr and are ocnpyng: the The simplicity and* mait>fct the northwest .'". trrlyf1r. 1una k

Mae,. far the winter. in the ti--rc.hrt made talird: forth the app'aijsr1 arfO For **L* yran be UI11 bawio ,muL r
has been (armed ._, jam Tbeyeipnt tore-
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A 190,000 syndicate of tlnxr pr'The neil otrts i the Ural Oj..n .HIII4D1, of katoa, taw
; I laTallahinamW lUparfwaeobuying i PfeOKKKTT FUR IUu;. t main h 1'nnt May or Jane. Mrs. I'
; throat trouble 01..J him
will be at Mrs. lhnee'e.1ILICG5IIITII t UrK < give.plaU
s ing
thtTaUahaweanand the Lot and 5 room boa-v, situated in Titasvitle T thbun 1t a cuoin of Mrs 'eriu eor.
the plants of 10 acrw of hammock land on IUaioarn I j ng. Its wMf G )ears.' ale u4 kaer.a .
.' Duly CMul. Tbe Utter will be conUtaed
daily and weekly aced the formelacootinued. r G. A. .From Tmuviile.TE3 i ; Ippl y company, of Lacewing Icon t forget I do al kia-i of Wack- i; _- __,

-J < stockholders ant Han. ;| Mach arntcd in Tita \1lk T vrliT.H"ei smith arvi wag>,n work, hirer rhurtia&d ,-; i >u.u. 'jt
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IHtLLARS BKffARU. fail and r* n.r.J. .
g the booseboat. Rose Marie, on Indian : *, sad in few days they will ----_- : t.ur UII5"\ rst ...I.I Co. =;

nnr a oavM covered bust 16 hit bni, cnic i>. thwar4in the Kerf&a, Mr.Cry' !trays FOB att.Seventy5te .
{:, 'rauc."IIU2fD, WMMTATIOX. 4 fed beam, double ended, and patcteU i i Mxiiiary yaht, at be expects w McFartand unrs can be stilt SILL ,i'
..z Pmrtie. desiril* to visit the klaod .ill dark cnu.I 1 1- t Pam Bech w IR the Ut tad cheap by applying! at THC ar\* of. ; The"l" boat \U Might. }j""k ;
:' I'tCDIIDbet that it it cessary to obtain I Finder wffl rrodve a reward of f0 <0 motor f.'t' These are 1i 10 (irrt, are in fair conditJoo : *..1.t soar own ilSrt'.1 fur ;
from tM warden, P. Knx' t, at spat delivery of the boat at Ptr Ntisoa's I ri.-r9 are heLl there the first week in tuvicg Urn o-trloisly twiosaalbreo j t.untie,, etc. Aildrta: I/.U/ :'l3 1 ;

f =D. ao IaDd. bc::twsja, Tit atiUe, Fla. Frtrcaxy. I!are welt booed. ;j Tito*i Hie, FU.f .


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= be would shoot any one caught fighting I, Aii I ACUREO

so we thought B. was done for S

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And so be was a way.

t S'Features of Winter Quarters ofKuropatkin's general beard that B. was the man wb DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT <

stood la Purling trench after all the PA 0 U 1\e$I.OO bait cargos -.n.tsar...,,kkk 1IIa"SO Asia

Army. ;others werekilled he let hIm off> witha nsMisa." AT ms IAWUTMT

: floggifig. BuHofiTs back was lib t E. C. WITT & COMPANY CHICAGO Itt ..

Jap's soul u we fay aO scared with For .'fc b.T th* KCW s Pharmacy. Titnvine; Eau GalhV Pharmacy Eta Gall.; Cha.. F. Owir-Wl Metbetr'r
i.DUGOUT CITIES 05 THE BHA 3IYEBIX their sins." .
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.,..... UHU.I .( j We wish the wise men could agree ( For Sale fej
advice Teat which
'' ;= That R** mbl. .'&' lrl. 0.. Tow... Ion their good ore
wise man says is dangerous another
g ; i ouse D..*... lta.e Wt.4ow. sad *
wise man says Is very desirable Atchl-
: 4 At* Art ieiVti, ABalrs. With sIUU > son Globe: East Coast Lumbers

i.h > Pr U1 .. Wags sad as 1." J

zi : ,' .r Tns -r.rt Arthur- Siege Ey .'". DAMES AND DAUGHTERS. Sopiflj Company
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The Russian army bi already winy '
Mrs. Matilda A. Pereau of :\uhaa.i. .
t Yo 1 ;: ter quarters around Mukden and along '
: II. eighty-five years old. has fifteen
i L tte'Sha rifer and the position west of children sixty grandchildren and six

the railway says Kichard II. Little ty-eight greatgrandchildren.Mrs. _",. 'it= 44t .

jiedal correspondent of the Chicago W. U. C. Keouph. a member of t.t T V Y ,

c News,'writing from Mukden under the the Chicago board of education is making 50 m 60 IBC& in Steel

$ gate of Gor. la. a rigorous campaign In that city

I "' ,< Manchuria U a treeless region, comparatively against the sale of dime novels to chit

td speaking but the UU*San dren. V Msmarried for Prior. _

= i soldiers for the most part are from the Miss Clara A. Brown who has superintended 1 F _

K t same sort of country, and they build for i
eight years the deaconess -- -' -- .. -.. ,-,.. ..-.. -- -'------s. -_. -- ?
$ their whiter quarters just as they build work in Spokane. Wash. resigned<< tier ,

:! their peasant homes on the great treeless successor Is Miss Mary Comsto<:t. for and of this number Q:>>. all M rUr 1st k3raace 1

plains of southern Uuseia<< or Siberia. merly of Milwaukee.Miss ;; less than A year old are widows. L There is no punishment for murder Ta..U.lIIwllr SH./ J Mal a.t l.sS -

r#" These huts that the soldiers have McLaughlin made a new world's i A railway is about to be constructednear la France If the murderer U cot arrested 6..U..z Rwbi iw' Adia.t _

constructed are what are called "dug- record for woman swimmers at Glasgow Elsinore which will run across within fifteen yean of the tim of RUDDER
outs" In the Dakotas and Minnesotaand the his crime
spot traditionally believed to be
Nov 25. She
on swam fifty yardsin
look very much like the huts built the grave of Hamlet Numerous signed HOW TO BOOKS
thirty-seven seconds which is
by the newly arrived tanners in those protests<< against the projected railway f ib'her. Mr. Lee B ar... overptr..t, tim .... ... 6..... !* SM*
second .
faster than the record.Mrs.
> states though usually they are not soTLese : In Paraguay the women are in the In vro bo.kbltcwal.l.. ...a r
hare been addressed to the
wb'o goTeminent. .Ivry 1ua .....
Elizabeth Kyle, bas just :: proportion of seven to one as compared dIIN s.J vii wiry
large. 1 dr*..tog at tH pun tho.\ .""+1 n to tae
dugouts seem to Lave jumped died in Paterson X. Jn during her lifetime I with the men. The consequence U that how to _.. a Ten ttc...y .....

1- 1 'In night for miles in gave $:oOOu) to charity. The free the men are taken the greatest rare of,
up a single every CURIOUS CULLINGS MOW TO BUIID A MACCM con 110
,'direction public library in her city she reared to and everything which U unpleasant or $ i.r, r..Ikrilw.t..wI.1.Y.--Mla-
around Mukden. The fact Is I .... .-...... ...... .... ..., ...........'--...
the memory of Charles Uanforth. her mitt be risky to the life of a man U .
doesn't much than
that it take
more a
r At Lt'<<'O. Italy there Is a young man NOW TO UILO 'IfIW'-O' :K

e night to build one. First a pit is dug. father. | named Magglo who has two extra ribs done by the woman. The streets are i i o..t..t A tt.!-........"-,....i..-. ...-Irr..,--r.-....-. It

'1, If for a small dugout it to only six feet Miss Molly Cunning of Long Island and two hearts. The left side U atrophied cleaned<< slips are loaded and oxen are riot. :.... ........ .. ,of .........

t d r wide and eight feet long and two feet has taken a daily plunge in the surf ; the other Is sound I driven by them. : HOW to BUIIO A lutl" SLOepi

for the last two months. Even the recent I ,1.. pn..f.1 P. ...
deep. fen a trench two feet wide and A dairymaid has been arrested' at .. .. r Ar-.-L a.. ud Idt%. cap f. tti..4r. 55I ...
two feet deep is made down the center blizzard did not keep her from I Cologne! for bathing herself dally In 1 A. ..... .u
her morning sea bath. "1 was never so The philosopher Cleombrotts. after NOa. TO BUILD A WOTOfl LAbf Ni
of this first excavation. This trench
4 ,
the milt before it was sold because I it.,Ic... _" d ..... "4 I ..--..r.1..e1baa
healthy in life. she reading; Plato's "Ph3 -dou.killed himself ..
my says. .
J gives shelf of earth on each side of |Ilbe had read that milk baths were tt..a. a 'M e. Ma.t .IYri
!, the but where one man may sleep. Miss Violet Elliott 1 Is I-ondon's latest In order that he might at once enjoy i i HOW TO UUO A 04O"allO'l'
I.. I good for the complexion.! i j A SMI .--'"l "._ -...., .... ..... ........
\ Qne end of this trench or center able musical wonder. She Is known as the ; An Oxford county (Me. orchanllst tbeIWl'f't.. of the future life so vivIdly I I wkt ......... ..r ...- .... ...

% 'in the buscuieut elevation of tLe new "lady bass" and takes) the lowest I) t describe.I HOW tO 6UIIO A SMOALMtW SISWI
reports : "I grafted a sprout from
',' mansion under construction U bricked In singing. Miss Paley could sing tbe 'I A .kr.h'1l.n.t.y 5-..., oak .rLrW w.tla.p Ma1 /
a Baldwin! a few years since. This season wp a
.." :t., over, and a chimney made. Thus the E flat. I) is half a tone J.\\\<<'f. Contraltos I Brllala*. SmlTallo* 'r.". 1
i It tare eleven apples and almost HOW tO BUUD ri*TtlCtjt IoM aMaaNa
r.; I furnace is placed in position. framework are usually asked) totake no j I I Toe wages bill if the Salvation Army ....... .." > ....'...'.;.0.tb..........
| every one declares they are kings fc> ..., -1"7 ..tM.e.p0..1pHOW
'-f is built over the excavation for noteilower than (J.Therese i in Great Britain alone Is 3rt\UOO a <-1
A New York theater goer presented tO BUUO A UOCf YA6MT f"
., .. the roof which Is made by simply piling Humbert, who is confined in I I j year. A.w __ ....-..>&..... 4 t.. ,, h.........._...
at the door of an opera house the other --- ---- .ka... yr.. .
back on to the framework the the prison at Kennes, has dl'rt'lolit'li a I I yew.PRICE
f ; night in lieu of a ticket a certificate i finnan JUl..
t earth taken from the basement A door ;
mania for writing: abusive Incoherent
t ;| stating that the bearer had accidentally i The Burmese mile which is 'IUII l ta EACH
r, U DOW made or borrowed from a do- letters to otiiduU! concerning; the supposed I Mtalo If tsr.tsi ...,..
4 deposited ati opera ticket iu a ticket two English mils<< U described! by a
sorted Chinese house, and the soldiers of the Crawford millions.
dissipation *
!: 't box of the lIull\\) The letter Wilt word weaning "to sit." tufin the dlstance in ( 'I I.- .I Iru._. Nr dp...
1. :who have toiled to erect the picturesque The authorities are 1..(... ..tfttf!. .Jf..,,
a honored by tie management.; that n man walks before be consldcnt -
: cottage disappear within and begin transference to an asylum for the
---- -
it te.Hary to nit do" n. THC RUOOCn PUOUSHINa CO
housekeeping. Insane. i!! When til.out try a d_ <-f Chamber- I lI""a.n" *T llt N|. *..>. u a A

S These collections of houses look more 1! lin' MoniHcli and Ijvt-r TalitrU and .,. '.1.... ......r...... 5".1 hum a .,...... ..... /w
< like prairie dog towns than anything CHURCH AND CLERGY. realize for Once how 'I'ud I ly tint claw, i.1 Civet U a I....;'... LAra.'
else .and the soldiers pop up out ofF I up-to-date nte secretion<< nf the animal of tbat .
them and disappear back into them Bishop Potter wjll spend the better order. Fur halt bi IJfd l>*s l'ltarm".y. I name. i -
As sold! by the dealers Iu ea.eutial oils ,I i-
s again for ail the world like prairie dogs. part of next summer In Europe, starting I.
it Is in color
and of
RECENT INVENTIONS. yellow about theconsistency
Of there infinite variations
S course are In Pebruary.
I of h"n-". IJk musk It Is COUCH
In the though all are constructed
Bishop A. .\. Curtin. vicar generalof << I i not used at its full but diluted
; strength l
indented.A .
: ed on the same general prindl't'Dut! i I A bacteria lamp has been AND CURE THE LUNGS
the tbe archdiocese of Baltfrnore
: recent Invention I is u shoe with a and dissolved In alcohol or usedas "
rr? in some of them real windows are
celebrated! thirtieth of :,
tte anniversary I
in at the ends on the sidee.I spring in the heel which promises to an axillary to other perfumes. WITH
;. put or his ordination to the priesthood! on I>ec. I I Dr1King'sNow
: e Some are aristocratic affairs, with aj 17 I I make walking! easier! and more pleasur' Tonic to Ui* .)>t.u>.

main building and wings and an L or I able.An. I
J t- The Rev Dr. Henry Lesley Steve !! Kcr liver trr>t>l>ltHi Silt curifciipstioii
":: r two connected the whole formingquite electric motor coin counting and ;
: 'I' tin! id lV\ViH Discovery
who has been elerted president of I re rmlliirj Ulltr than
4 an extensive urlerground estate. wrapping: machine has been InventedIn
Carleton ('1)IIt'lit; Parmington. Mo. I i l.iltlf I'jfly IZioiM. Uief4HHHi iiltlr I pilii )
5i.: : To the .east iu the foothills and mountains ?I England to facilitate the rapid and Tit,.Tr ilit n-'t ii eaki-n thfciiiina.-h T>w r : Pries '
has h
"M pastor of the Trinity Methodist
i '
t"t' stones seen to grow out of the i accurate counting and bundling: of: ad.t1.+rn upttu thel.itlle rv'tetu i' miler piea'antj FOR !aUUIIPIIO'-[ SOc A {1.00 t'i
hurcb of $t. I.ouU. ;
< !
} ground as they do in New England I, coins of all descriptions.! j i l"l.t'I'li 1I.h I'.I"'. ht 1"'al.trIle I Fri. ThU.

and there the huts are made of stone The Kev. Charles E Rice<< who has' Smoking !In balloons U DOW rendered 1,.i.! sari: "Xe 1lOf' taikln!!. h-W'II- e
been<< on lease of al,.enoe from his post Barest and Qu keat. Curt for *Ji
UI tin
J-Iarty +.rq ihcir i rk All
and lined with stones u.11.. safe, says the Paris .Auto thanks' to an i : THROAT and LUNG TRaUB.i .
in Alaska bevau of ill health! has i intlirr Mllii I hale 1I't'tJ ami imki .
I | gr1 iw !
. In same places the huts and dugouts Ingenious adaptation of the principleof LES or MONEY BACK.B .
taken charge at Skagwgy and officiates I ill'i .- tck in the htotisacli all'\l i.e-\.-f njrn ...> !i
of the soUlere form fair sized town. the Invented<<
1. 1):1iart'ty lamp by .I
for the army at Port W. II. Seward, > '. [VWttt's I.IU-H: Early: Itls"r'prutrdtt
t' numbt'rinItUU) population, the sire M. Uuro, a well known aeronaut
I at Maine I t!! ib the W>tit fuiKlii! rrlii f. Tt-e arc
: af the> army curp* which inhabit they !! ,.imply turf .t" l'eftilllt" tril\rid'l tillt'I

: -'., place Her. the streets are laid out A "social questions committee' ba-t GOWN GOSSIP. htlle earl r' er, ti;.- n-e't rrlta,... i n-in ,

'f In regular over and have been appnv ben appointed by the National tree 1 ---- !Ay'I I to earn with thi-m N.i.J; bv iid I

. <( priately named by the soldier There Church Council of <
e 1s always a Nest pfUto}'<
kin avenue also is common. Other to ("hU1''t8)8 of serving thf'1 lith.tLIJI II ne.h .
r dere angldit-e wiii te the leaderin
streets are named after cities and Ho-ial interests<< of their communitiesbetter. !
Nash next eatma t-., tlnrto"l, b.ts..
towns in lu2\l13. One thriving dugout
I I'laded neckwear it promlwd considerable Mrs ISUI&'ls,' v." ha
yry ; I'ifJ "
city down near the Japanese Iusttlonalong bt 1Q"i t
vo..ue next spring and lIumm r. ., n n.*.l fr nyrr'I ire ....,. h, i 1. I "JI'
the Sha riser has a street called THE ROYAL BOX. I i
ref mothers/ for thfir dj.ln '.
L I"atljiT boas in truwn almost u Min. iin
i' Shiwtse avenue for painfully apparent tones ,' 1t. wttl Il"rr"pttCI......... 1 h P.0.... t1.. i1
a reason, anti another unpopular street Queen Alefaodra! exhibited eiebt bantams : like fur are set<< off by mwlslliens of ..dol.I! o,fl"0 Ucum". .',ata,i 1.\11. r'j 1I,: ,
at a poultry how tie otter day ; lace that sink into the Cut!. t
Is called Shrapnel road. { ciirr *ii.d cirthami is tl..- U--i If a.i-ii

Life U quiet: in the dugout cities now and nt-eivetl ten prizes for them from Fl""'T s are .till showing fa!etaatnj :. ior diarrtuit<< it ml' ,..1.. Ir u" ;....

3 that the cold weather has set In. the flattered judge !. dllernrea of dwf cuff, elbow ruffles httr! ai1l'. f..r IDm..h".I, r,id t.i .1....

Boar bunting Is the favorite fport of ; and ( .M little treatments of pus-ao 1. :.'I .t.t.lI. fury [pan."f it.- r. r1.1! Trttts

I ; of ti 1.. 1-VII'" a JiriH'V! -1'.. I' I >-!. |,..rMr.
Incidents of the sl sre of Iirtrtlmr the prini-e recent of Bavaria. .\t Uobr- course puffing .
Un>f..i... .. < .. tlIk
bave Ix-en gleaned! from letters written brunn he Las l.f-> R lid boar, about': r .> M.T i it >i .r..i. 'u

r! by soldiers in the beleaguered fortress t)'" of which are killed each sear It TRAIN AND TRACK. : .- III

S. The following extracts were printed In eats the ruler over |lrt.(") a year to -'-'--- *-* J.J: v -> n ::1.t'\.. .

the London New. keep up this prrs-ervf. I TS.e railrja-1 mileage in the t'nite.1 :.. .
A ,
,;' An unpleasant but apparently, from I I llconn.n'Un.... who has moved into j 1 1I State U krHTei s at the rate of about B.dstN / :': .... ..4

; the d..r mt'\1' point of view edifjlr.gscene Phis winter<< rest-Jem at AtaaSfabf! ,;, 5,("> miles<< a y ..r.AccwrdiiiS III ( :& tf 1 f -. j"tN '. F';";!
I I ....
t U the hanging Japanese and 1 receives at the |palace every Monday i isnybudy lv C;wrw "....n1l, com.I .. -
I ...... '. ,t _.a At...
Chlne.espies CIlrt.dralKarueye.R +,:114-1 I ) IirpbusMpsetrw -
who t-i properly/ dre%.e 4' "We have the hang' Cot on 't orphan asylum. r"uoof\l ,...,. ""A
ag "r.I.i only formality grin: that the chamberLain '' of Hnu.b railw.yj amount to .. .
our bands M M1 a. fighting;: It's a by Othenne II upportni by a Ui 0\,1 ... ,.It ...... ..
blot ...
given to majesty the name of i rtt\t mules .... I ..... .. -
.. .oJ
'... u: t _... .. .
r. r -
good thing and teaches the Chinamen each visitor; i 1! ,-::::: It *
I Th!' tmtiiiU "M. C. B. seen on at ,. -- .
not to betray u*. One WB* banced this! -
The ksier I h3i \Irrr1Ii the empre'c i many frfijrhi c-ir*, stami tor "Mactrr

morning In full sight!. of the Jap Hewa with a life sire Maine of htif! l in Car BalM..,." and refer to standard JUST : i 41Xi fc T'Xt-- --CO---

our general' (:'tl.'Jtt I.tll own MTV ,
marble! Two years ado LU majesty jeoiutiii j maaattr.n.ent" of U.* car and standard .
One he into th. ONE R R
ant morning rj\me << .*k>ned a wril known Tiptor. i appltaaes. I1Jt b it opeera. ...To'H..h.h

t; general's stndy with a smug grin to i'ruftw.r l>ca<. with the work, order j i WORD that word IJTutt's
c, '. sweep the room. Tt.' general sent him I. Vtr..
hm t the
. ing keep wret < M>fnlly
r for soon-thins and Mid 'Kan ijuVVTThe from the emprc"- ; A mats fur r-juii! r."' iTfldw : r &0 YEARS'EXPERIENCE

f ttinaman started to run. but Clipped ., Uiir+ f Ift..n the '\ tra .rail ,

: and from under his blue jaktMl ni{ht. and be 1.''| go> fr..ui bleu t rrf ers to Dr. Tutfa U,er Pills and

a roll of paper It was a reap r GLEANINGS.China to their a ork tnrtns hymns MEANS HEALTH.
f something. $othetulnamanNasant- -- j

ed. When boa was strung up and dead I La< s national icrapby devoted !. J... ...... !'pica. T"bk\J Art jo* coattipatel.ltb. 1raoncutJca'?

. one of our men atd. 'Let's have t shot 1 y entirely i*> woujen. It contains la JlpIIC e at-bU a niS" -f.'f' us Sick: ao1acbd)

at the Cbiaamaa' and fired at i!: more ban :1..f.".. iMnw*. boy is u.Ade to stand and fco;J i s .. ;.. \ lit Igo' 1....'.' Mufti

Tte blood Cowed fron the Chiaa Mm.I For varidtM drEeanor suit) four Car tifk c.f lighted punk Oil!': !tout *-jrri'. ,closes) On-'II'

Dose, and an o&ttr rats up tad : ...h\1'.1 t sn Berlin weir coDileaaardlast If !he: I* c-2 the 1..III.IA1 C: ftt"fY1. 4-
pn.I' majfet treakias L'tY d thus aar1om. sad lUll olbertsdasttiutk.aoltbe A t" fiat t 'S. .. j
I to iffirrts crcent for fnxn ... .
the \1l" year 1 lower rr w.w
our man : end *f tike encSttrett a seer j:.J l! s s U\Ut ,. .
Apparently earn tie sense! a coo- two to ten tacctt u adJ.-d You Nooc1Tutt's .. ".." t ". ... 11_ .... aeM.y ,
.. ... .. __ 1
S. lOOn peril doe not conduce to perfect" F'tadrng a long. mty nail in his "" A .-. f*. ; '. lit .,.. 1.4,. ,.3m....
.3.. ... ... J.
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I. '
peace. Another *oW.!. describes thee reylt mormn.: roil a nuese charged '.... '

... of a quarrel lIt baker with ratUagertni tie r-ub- It U ratter a s}.pkioo* taici; to 'TDlDI'I sPills Scientific American. !

*Buk<>ff and another ma had a Schtyr Bc safety The baker was fined ... for a cLanUtie' ctject in B.rnu. A lwlwa+'r nlvihLI 1 aur.t rwai. .

terday. Buikoff had his boot ta >his The I"t't fvesta in BOA reveals It U rppoM ta tsply that the /, II ..r slip wr:Jk t av y.-. ? $3 a t

the other ma' face sod, ta tact, near that pwla alone who have been : to sbnw tt!. lenttenee. Take Nk Substitute. ,.. Ct r K. WufeM.... at:



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;>fm: &tI.vrnnl ItMIIIi\) "STKISIBTEXJISCtoBpioMiup:- .- I last osed six for'-1S:steers tint te four rode u lack Forth..* BEST :FBB THE Southern Railway.I: t I

"" "" o.y1 i" < other star cattle pony. Oa bit first
_4- if-
t -'J1"t.-: fire ateen Carroll I1mpfrd14 perfect BOWiLSIf < .. j
'" CVTKCT1TK MOT. e, I***. -
;;,- 1I
; .Contest BttwccaCowboyi neck. He went after the animals likes .J
_. ,,* shot out of a gun threw them hard yw*.....,areft ar. fc*.>lir nrvawct*t tae .. f

,, .. i!. \ At'San"Antonio. aDd while his poor held them or dragged .4OTte,...a**M W.."1L TOTC.r.Wk.. tm IB*C.pyar lasp.f ... J0 Na 3i Betw..r J.ek.wTiitfl. .. aa.l Vow y.. .... Leh :a1 Q.5D.ily. \ :": 'l
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slut vkrttt ft gill f ise .i. fas Duly. { Imo. .: j
&7 ,it'.,.!,,, them to keep them from getting 19 ea....c.cutest..Mt *erfMt..*, of k.srtag pia I.
'f ;; M 8 M a LT FJa.___So Kl. Af __ t eJ p '
; :-T he.tied them 1M towels that sad U *.a u to toe LII JacltswTille.
g; with Hghtolagiiie speed. CANDYCATHA U a.'....__ I Dl p LT.SaraaiiaMta..___.__Se. i7. Ar. Uf "i1M. .[
.' OKLAHOKA JPUJIUHIIE TEE YICT01f "" CarroQs first fall-down from a pheuomenal 1M a- 'lop Ar.Cna-loUe, X. C--.N. sty. Lt'. .5 ry.....- ads c:_
: TIC \
?i. record was on his seventh .!.J3Pl"... -. _i S a Ar. Eickwwod. Va .u._. ..+* Ey. LvAr. t3 l -.-.- 1130Ja50 > I

i" Jg aan.U d steer 'which was somewhat tame, aDd "j.-.... e.1 WniuBfton, IX U,_,_SKy LT. 1e M al_. tlO p
; B. L p ad Ttc4 Tea pet up twice. before be was thrown 11 SP'Stta'---'!t dba Ar. &1nmol'f'. MdAr. _._.. __ _..P. U. R LT. ( lit 1 tt p .tl

1 Ittr.r!: Ia; Ib .I .... aal ..IM And held down. The visitor took 5614conds _. 143 p PbtUlelchia. PsAr. P. K.BLT. j'US i----I, a 53 p
eua.! .._ a15p1' New York., JJ. Y .._,...r.K.aLhU' & __..JI 2Ip
} r "rr.'e-TM Tut 1"Ia7e y a.... .* for this steer. .. < : : '

If-J; .i l fdorue! .. TkU' WIM /.-rAt Ta. n his very next steer Carroll snow- SOL 33: aDd 54-New York and Florid Eipm*." Deity Pullfeaneejanf Ittawiag. &;; jl

:if '. .fw .! th. W.rk WMto tb. ltapuiuty ad that be bad not lost his form. He i x Ou between Jackioavitl! awl New York.N ,j
., a. 29 and 3I-"W& h A&WD and Florida Litnited. Daily Pullman IkswieiSleepicc a..a .0
> .Trine Wltr.r.. got after a fast runner, but overtook
*; Car Mweeo Ja '
him Just before he nacbed the comer. CAT 'CM LIKE CANDY '0 ,{
f What la believed to be tbe world's After Mssisn. riUufcl. Poka'f.e Seoi Ik* 30 "3190U
., being thrown the steer
got up 6o 4. K*, f alek...w..-.. sr Ortp a.4 ,' I CAroaak Th: Lad .Tth* lay." fs. .
I record oa ten steers wu itccatlj mad but the beady poacher and his foxy ktumbw ... or ze.uBj>i*,aa4 bock. Y. ir7M
t' fi" tttk. ..d4z.ease. tB ph L.J&,.._,,,,,.. .-..______ ._ ___..t'- ly. Ar. s -<',
bj J. E. Carroll of Oklahoma at the pony galloped around him and turned 31w9sg .....c.-,. C5 aIt It",... It IS a LT. haTaanah (.... ...,..._--... __________90.........So.1\y. Ar aewa .
.r. I Baseball park Is Ban Antooio. Tex, la him over backward. Carroll made Ar.Columbia.S.-________.___. ._._....,-...........N>. ky. LT. I. 4US a
the the tie In 10 seconds and took only KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN IMp 1 Ar. Aahetitis.C...__.__..,.._..._.._,,..? _.. ,._ _M. It,. LT. 1)5 p 1
a world'ewchampionghtproping con 32 4-5 seconds for the whole Job. __ 131 II Ar. slut Springs. N.(:...___ _.____.._.... ....._..__-S 1Ly.. 18 Wfttt a
teat between Mm and Clay McGonfUl. *.- 0<' .001 Ar. Knoltlll. TtG-O..-,,.._......___.._.._-------------o. Ky. \ a

: !. .. McGnagin U the popular pancnr roll It was broke on over his a ninth minute steer U that was Car a JINGLES AND JESTS. =s_ --_. ___.-.-._-_-:-.. ...,.......-_______._ Q .i.e. ..LT.T -ft" ..3..p :J-

aDd roper of San An&do.- These two .freak case. The steer, a wild little g.2mi sod SO-PuUmaa Pfawicj Room and Buffi Sleeping Cant between JackionTitk Mid
If Were Angel. St. Ixwis. daily. .
<: men acknowledged the beat in the black broke over the line like a If women were angels (and some m es -- -_. .
L' boalaau met In contest before- crowd shot and made straight for the time professTo 131 I
l fro. ltet..r Jacksoset11. ... the \0f11a..4 W..I.0.11
-j ju.
'i. Of 3. 00 people, uyx.;the Ban Antonio keepers' table. The crowd aroUnd the thick they are now), what a tempestthere'd .. I i icis L-

\ Eipreu.t table made a wild scramble for the lO"r < ._... LT.Jacksoa\\ll.. ... At Y33:..___
: bow it were nicest one's pinions to ____I. s UtI. AL lAroD. 5e. 1.:1.---------: .......nn_...LI. ;I t IS r ._ \
l \ j. sash man roped ten steers. Carroll gate to the bleachers but the bratsjndges dress- ,_.._u alt: a .Ar, !Uanta. W.hy--... ._.?______..-.Lr. tIl3u p.-_ j ju

_. made the remarkable Ume of 6 minutes stood or. rather sat. their Hew down should b. primped never two ____! tU Chattanooga, N.Rl.___.... ._._-___._____...Ltits\ I Ij p .._
t\ sad 9 seconds McConaglli. who had ground. Carroll was almost on top of could agree! ...n..; H.) p \r liat'iaosti Qul"t' II'.L.,. j HSU i i7CO a .._

1' i: bard luck on three of his Steen took 7 the steer and it looked like a chance A Hno cored skirt And a simpl shirt --..-8 W p -. -Iii-four- Route _..____. _........1.". ,.-T I a--...,..

' :'. minutes and 56 3-3 seconds for his ten. to break every record on the books. malm ::.::.:=-.: Tina \d'hil'1llt.. BIIfF h+"ite -...-..::.==..:.Lr.._I I3df.-

. decoiiett.So : 710 It Ar. Chkxga, l uo. 1.. -----.H..L j
4 Indiridul steer getting his fifth In 25 the scattering crowd. Carroll almost ::::::.' I r===
theta out, tuck ruffle
rip gather, fore
__ ___ 615 LvlSlincianati. e.lI.t; 7 a .__
; .1 p
: seconds. Carroll'a beat time was on his rode him down and before his pony and hut
s' : 7t3. Ar.Chkag.. (1II.A 5.P-
_.. 1J.-&I\IU.\r./ .
could himself to And then stitch on the feathers in some :::: :: / :::;
last steer which be In 2d second adjust a quick stop
j1 ','. cot other _______i 19.\ p Lt.'iufit.lUioti. (. 11..1 a...._.
i1 Tbe world's beat time for ten steers U the steer bad made a quick, turn and way -Judge.U ..__u_; 520 Toted, l'.11 .t -fkh.. ( ,'ot.. ........._b. i" 40 p'!.-..._ :

: not known but it Is bettered Carroll's was gone Carroll caught him about --- :.:.::::::'.!.23 a''. Ar.: IX'truft. C. II. .t.-tlkh..:..l'cut._._... l.y. iioui p';,.. ".

,:.-. 0 minutes and 9 seconds reduces It, the middle of the field but got his \Voold II* 'D..I".t. ____no $ :tIt pI, Lrinciansti. I'rna.Liur. .-_.--.-. -- -..... .. Ar,103)ae..r.t 1
on horn only and It slippedoff. tier -.. ._h': 555 1( \r. Pittahurg Penn, Lfnrs_ ._ ._. .-- ._Lv Us p' .. .. .
one her
f whatever It is, by many seconds rope Dolly sorprua-d mamma by i '- -
; Both men were In magnificent form The second trial near the corner. Interest In a statue of the Venus of ==: flit pits t'iofhtall, Rig FourKic -_ _::. ,- .:: =:--: :. At nSiU atee ...... 1

all the hones used did work which brought down the steer but the time MHo and her eiclamation. "Ob. I wL"h :: =- t3 aI'' .:Ar. ...leTehind. .. r.--: .::-.::..::::::'.........:.l.T. i !J0 a1i ... }
suggested ...." 530 pl- L..ll'IiIlJtQO, N>. Ky...... .. -_. .......... .ArNH L1043 ._._.
::j almost human knowledge of the was 1 minute and : seconds.As I was that lady! n_.___. 10 pi! \r.I.oolnUIf'. Ry-----------------------------lsr. f 7 40 .i.! ....,.

i fame and the steers, with a few excep If to make up for his break Cir- \Vhyf asked somebody. ___: .:' 13:: a Ar, tt..lsuie S E1.-- .::..........' ... LT. slit l9 pry!
; ::. : :
'. tions. were wild enough to ,suit the roll got his next steer id 26 seconds, 'Cause then they wouldn't always
1 Nm UsntlU-*Tbf Florida LinuteJ." Ikily S.1><1 Vestibule Train Tenwcb Ikiy
most critical as good time as he has ever made. His b* saying. 'Don't bite finger nails -
your .
i (wh cud Pullman t 1.. iDJ( lars HrliieeD Jark*,mUe! sod CiurluotLNo.
McGonaglll used three horses, his ponies steer was a wide horned, long coupled dear.' --- --. ---- ..- .. .. -- ---_- -- -_- -------..-...---

} ttowdy. Sunflower'' and Rambler.r wild fast anlmaL Carroll made a 5 J No. IS, f'lwn&l J.rk uutllle and Kaa.aCIty. -.t No. 14 Xe.d 1
: Carroll used but two hones, lied Buck beautiful, perfect throw and droppedthe sated Himself. __- !
steer about two-tbinla of the "Jack do you think I look like mamma u... | 7 U p''S2Ua! Lv.JackMmritle Fu s kT -_a. ..... .._..__ Ar.LT.. 935a .___ '
and Jack 1I11L The latter and Rowdy way "". A r. .UaDta.U.., N Kv ...-.............__.. !:1160.. ...._ j
bowed themselves past master of the from the pen t> the far corner. Carroll ? ....._ U W a. Ar Uinuingbaui. Ala.. So.KFrWv) .___... ...._......LT.LT.. | S UI' !
f 1- art of roping and many an envious was on the ground with his rope 0h. yes. Marie-as your mamma'a ....... tap.II '. Ar, llewpbisTtua., -- ..__.....--.. I"| U ....."
;' In his hand in instant Before begot sweet face must hate looked when she .... : V : s Ar Ksnws Pity,1la friars! I! Jut pNo ,
an I. ----1--
eye wu cast toward these cow ponies -- ... .. -1
r .....:..:.:::.: .. -
f- .Ii' by the hundreds of punchers present to the struggling steer the animal was just your a E'" -Cbkal o Tribune.The *. 13 and 14-Tbe Honda Limited Vail). .

i '. who had come off the range to see the tried to get up. Jack Hill his pony EXCELLENT tHMM i tit IItRHfE.
<> contest. More than once Rowdy and came to the rescue then, dragging the PoolUh ,..Id...
J. C. Lt'SK, ItUlrli-t l'MMnC.r AKB 108 West hay btr..4JsekeorIU.tls.
< steer about five yards. In the meantime There was a young woman of Wopplng
't. Jack Hill prevented a steer getting onto
.. Who donned her brat frock to go shop- H.ACKKIiT.U. II..T""LOY..G.r.A. 1S. j
Carroll had hog-tied It It was 14
his feet again after tbe throw by
,pIne. H.HAKIWJCKF.T.11. ttU""KS MtlUUAN. A. U. P. A.
,: hauling away and backward from the seconds from the time the flag fell till She rushed with a Um

f animal, thereby keeping Its head down Carroll quit his horse and 12 seconds : In the midst of a Jam.

,. $- and drawn back while the agile cowboys from then until he threw up his arms. And the:.rags ,..oon about her were flopping i Her. I

:; ':if. twisted the hand rope quickly -St Orleans Tlmea. mocr&t When frost o'erspreads the slippery sc bitter blasts are down to sero
*' about the flying legs. AMERICANS AT OXFORD. The man who keri his sidewalk; clean
't1 'Fji; The roping began promptly at ::30 The Impossible Desert rs some mention as a heroWashington >

\.ij. ;.1: .' o'clock and continued to the finish Uiperleaees of Rhodes Scholarship ".\rt' tie American people growing Star

'I' F: without a bitch. Not a steer was crip YllBaers at RailUh l.l.....It). shorter a,,ks the Mullen I Record --- --
Coughs end l''.l '..
1 3_ pled. not a rider was spilled and not a A Cecil Ilhodei scholarship! wiunei As for u*. we couldn't be any shorter < :r *

., complaint was registered by any one. 'at Oxford university who came from than we are jut at this tilllt'-t'indn' All ccunb*. wtd and j:ulmonary coin er

McCionaglll and Rambler did! pretty the t'oltt'sut noticing that his national nail Commercial Tribune plaints that are curable are quickly .shred ,
by! One MinuteloiuhOire, Clears tlijiltlegui .
I" work on tbe Texan's eighth steer, although custom of casual expectoration -
JIi draws out ititijtiiition and tieal-
r the time was orly 45 25 sec did not obtain in Oxford, announced 9o It (.D... and H.,t lt'tl the auVcted part, "lft'lI}.'th

,- onds. The steer was a fast cue, but hIs Intention with engaging candor of When a mans hem are laying busily .nil the \lungs ward off JHIUIIHOI.Mai

.:_ '_ Rambler was faster and got along! !de doing bU best to break himself of that be attributetheir energy to the good tl4rmlnoll i plea iit tu take !Snd! dv Wine of Cardui ;

,, k. : before the feuce corner was redded. harmlrsi: but unllt't.'t>oi nary habit says judgment with Hbkh be ftt-d them.Wlun 1.1 Cruets PIUHlU."Y, Titus,1111.; I-42: i.1

*:. .- A bard fall resulted and lIcH nagtll the London Esprt'8s.0,1 If I can't : they stuv. Le blames tie hens.- lie rtiariiucy 1'1 C.HkCII.! ; *". F. Ca1np

t. .. was off like lightning and after the get quit of It without" be said "I Somenille Journal. Sell, Meltxmrne, Cured Her. i

f'. ;'>: steers legs. Before be could reach them guess I'll give up smoking right ------

a'. 'the steer tried to get up. Quick as a away:' 1".1 lit Ulle. The First II... I 213 Sooth Prior Stwt.ATtifTAOA..March21,1908..

: 4 r., flash the pony swung his weight on the At the fre bmcu's sportt in Notetu Life has shams that iu our blindness "I. be making progress In bin borne- | .

r+ rupe and aide ate{>ped to draw the ant her when \V. II N'huU. an American \V* don't se No doubt Its true tack lessons?" I stiff ens! for four moeihs with |

." \ marl bead back. McGonaglll did the carried off all the long! distance rats. That Is adult'ra the milk.!of t..oCatbol human kindness "Y N. He seem* to I* getting on." extrxme nervuuHwu and UssltoJa. 3

;. ; rest. ea-Uly defeating the pick of English ? Standard and Times Buffalo TUnea I had a sinking fueling in ay

.'{ : Mounting his favorite borne Howdy, public school athletes who came into -- IIrul.II Tnrtaml. j toma..h which no nukliciM skeofel) i

* .: ; a teu.>ear-old that ban helped win residenceIn! October last Use cheers This 'I.'r) alb.r. i to relieve and losing toy appetite j t

-. 'r nearly $:I ,OOJ in prizes. McUonagtll which greeted him a* be broke the The Single One-\\e bad two feet of A case came to hubt that fur Ilt'r""tl"ll. I l9cam weak sod lost ay vital'ity
and IInmt'rclfulrtt" hft new >
; made up fur three bad breaks by getting tape lacked nothing of sincerity and snow in our town U>t wifk barn t'q111\1t..j. J'." ti"'>l..bick. of (V>lnoaal In tt ire weeks 1 lost fourteen I II

his nInth steer In 'M 25 1It't'OUthand good fellowship. The Married '>nt"-Tbdt'li nothlnc! I wriK: "For l Cr bare I rndtirrn I p mnL of shah and felt that I mutt 4

his tenth In 26 35>> M-conJi In The Ilhodts scholar cannot understand have two fevl ot ire in jay bed every u frrl'lr pain from 'rbfiiruatixn an. find 'j *Jy relief bj my

both the steer was thrown after a hard the proctors It is a constant ol.bL-Town Topka. nothing! rdit'ht nx thoojli I {trial "h-i I -aith. )faring beard Wine ofCifJui

run to the far comer of tbe field. The source of wonder to him that a young thing knoHn. I came acr_ ttntr.Ritter f'nl.rtl by several of my

t work on both of these was quick and man of age to think and act for himself T..II.t. and lt'" the sere atret n.tr11. lilt' n' hit nds, I sent far a bottle sad wuI

sure. On the ninth steer McUoua should tie subjected to the policeman Alas fvr the Lt->er. earth for that tr'' .\ fro tr.trir.: I cerUitJy very plraaeal with LW

'. gill took i) 35 wounds from the time -like: supervision of a jceutleiuaa h't"lH.t Of J , Who yleas t' rr..." lay
't' barpln! In..t( as cii<>d for lin'fan 1 "f"\ obI.
be quit his hors until b* threw up a \ gown who patrols the street With no mon> UftCleiland and w-n..rat drMlitt ilnlv A' "'flU.t"ID | aI'lrrllw retoraod and ay stoi&aJitroublnd
Wben Texan went after nlsht The dean of a well known ( I !
his arms. the at Ila'n! Denier jtl1aranfn-d br hri I titre 1'I.aa. to) tta nuLire. cotttl
his tenth atm a triad race to the college asked a Uht>de s<'bt>!ar the mace Jj>U my fwd without dt cultyaal

fence In the far corntr enued. Justas otter day if be had had a talk with bU >ot (taste t lear. the uervouuir gr.liuly!! j

it looked as If both bone albs steer I I I tutor jet (The tutor referral to11 imJ.ln"ll brother sort with a Mrions CASTOnrA.: dirkinuhtJ Nature i'4

: were going (crash bang into the fence 8') iu a moral rather than a scholastic a, kt'\t ye t ;r>lay. hit WSH hl-mn ... t e A Iq t:"'r Ur fur. i as .'uout di coty! i

," M*Jona11l threw hit rx i- He got the II(i I I en"e.l i iWeil." was the rv \lf. ". little up trt d r I and I m once inure a happy tai

steer by one horn. The poay .t \'lof'tl j i, man with a brown banl came and':' Tluikln*-Indt
bat the trrr did uot II* Miied 0\for i i. talked to me yesterday; a* if be reckoued bile? 11.\: [ jsjpjj.

{ tb. fence like an antrlot, the m* to !<* my father but I' PJ t'M he I Ialn't. ---- r .It.o e.aatn ts tip trtra Anwtar.: }.r ks..t '.tat.

:. jerking KHVMJ a* he lauded on the otter ." Nor was this 'Ald In any spirit I The Reneflrlnry | Secure Dollar }
tt hn the air tit gray cart a Bottle of ;
Side. It was rutai that this did not , And tPl. sTHintak's nmtsM; *, jtrm
count, and anotLer teer w'aa turned of the right of a )'ouugmt'rt :an Then tw only thin that's h.pp, Wine of Cardui Today

out MrtlonaglU slot him In qukk order of one and twenty to look after himself Is Ute uA ) lneumorta seen.Washtr. IColdslI

: 1 6 ." 51"r t

: A feature of th* work of both men .
was the rapidity with which 'Wor t.. Mfht a.4 Ite;. egaetebed.Prufe' It should be tnrre in mind that
Sunday: vor i5,*.linj far fm Johnny. ."j <- tn i:- f%.,',
they tied their stevrx MctJonafill cut Tbe bui *t and niu-t.tiot lull! thing J ,, entry cold wt ken tbe Iccgs, U>w. .. .. \I"i.n:
what time H It by jnnr n" *e I the and the
ers {'f"r.'" .
down his total time iu tbU: manner Inftl'1.r Hint "'er .M iiiadf i a IV King :\red I t,
mwki.fv'into I Johnny 1**) tb4ai k, with many rfcum I ITttn:1 for the taore *TKU J divaou "., c' ,11,1,.
L I. Pills The
Instance While be did ? piiU el.anfw ..
every sround'-Min.. aln t runaliii! Is youth'e..r rests >lUC: whi.a are the two ., Iii'f'5I f
Mrenjrth, h'th-ncnex orals) MH-r.'v, ;can
the quickest work ia this regard on anyone Thrs'nsoBiefful peateat dnUnvrrs of bus-a life .
Brain fig into mental power -
steer' ht. aterae wet not better in batidit ti, hrath; I \ +stt..rd. J' up
than Carroll, wto made! a reawrkaWy Only! 2V per Un XiM hy K-l Cne.I I f.C"Jrw m,nt fd"..' an eoxtenl I hbrli; ; f- *1"\RRY
Quick tie on each trtr and on two took Tharniacy.T. TtKViiJ; brt..J t.. max" 's -.:. *
10 secoad front tee moment b. dis- And set }vu i. rtnj Man. Cr.aky gent ,
: I \\o must h".. :.. ('ra.." BEDS
moonted. Neitfcer nun broke a rope T..... ., ....., .... -1.tnJW": i.I.... I"r.... Cough Remedy
during the content, although eacn bad a : I I II .
The tower of Babel at Babylon wag I S .
rope slip off after the steer bad ten \UI.--.i of eight! Musts townie. one I I. the soap.Tb. has won its g'' f > ,' .'v se h* >lsyn ,

lassoed. cn>o the other the pile being &10 feel oyetrrs\ U !Ih brit when It g.tsto nft care ''f 'i-. > n ./t rtr.s: fa.n o'\J. ..... .
w.s far the diy \a the tie' -- '. It ... : -_ ', re-
Cam) r. r* trml. nT.ark 't \hrtwrrtrr .r j cc1X a .
hib Ribylon si a a uare. !(tC't"QC'.1.a
o and lir .-.. the :I-- ." .-. *.r.. Use :
subject of much commeot praise "nU5 and thint:' It tI kfrrent r.thto \ a r ja--
esb sidf the wall S7 rt't'tthk' .
On only one steer did be take oter a and on 57V fr-t high. jol"'tf':'"-locli.f'n 'tathn.lnI I ejr< -rcu.r.rtit' t.e cure:".' :,:.fc It a tusteraztaany -r7 .::..1 I I"!SH: -, -. : J1
minute au.1la that cs broke om I
tu:rn;:: t.s i- Seim:ota.
mark only 2 Mooed On .tar uvik '
.r.- I. G..a -.P4. oat.., '..ak. t40UI 'I" 5
. him over 5 > *cMti* to gee and ooe There is no ..u'b)1"1 as -r"rutn..t. Cut nee pound of steak let iE.nptccea Price 2c. Large Size sr:>c.J Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
Ttr ottrfrhe
took hits 41 MV'oad
"r. Od4Il" wWetimea ptunontc.I ltd pat into a s rl: batr ttk \ts-ia>> ---lwtsx- 1 B"sy IK.a.. t. 11-1 P.. .
tan 4<) a
tow ser v
got "fornlMt" an esceileat! word fed lij dish wi.
) roll followed' after whkh they alteraated. time rarely employed except by fttIto'! ptit: of milk Beat tie tight add -' k,>2tert 1"41.I I, F'.. t ...... It- ps,.
egg .,
Tt man from Oklahoma! ..tit) CCtst l.t L *Uitch' b. @.! fI.h '11.(ri &0....
who speak the Scottish and truh dialect the milk aw*. a little salt anti beat cp :.1 Cfrag .,... L i C. ass h*. lftv*. !>- !' .I'.ck s M oats T-IIJ t.b.
pit In whirlwind tame getting his t.1 *. It means rower apInlt" or "tv r.U and pour oter the tnt Rake IPt r .-.ert. a tax Ueauaau ..r
steer la W 2-5 scvoads. lie was & e H drrtk I>..*. rlf<.. 1i._s.11'.a r
posltr. tNt 0"<' l.rJ; :. I
him ft8 W bocvi Ud Sack, w". ca > i I 6015 n.GtETS Fan UU nOi'liIII




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ifjlif" W _tWHB FLORIDA. oofifereoce offers audit opportnaUy THE OLDEST MAN AMERICATells 1
Jr'j# _y to the citiaeMoi florid Many
''' 'I: ;t-t x tfiNledasttbePoso w at TUDnmt as ,
!Z'A1' j1f.': -;* \t-'- .. /!-ri Mmall ..tier. Florida paston attended last year and

-. '. ',.-. _if'oR",_. many mow will attend this year. An In. 1

,""'""i" '?" ::. r"';"rr I- ,j- II._r idtbrt/si hliHt>tt.s nation b extended to all clergymen of How He Escaped the Terrors of 1nnyVintcrs

;;; >7RtJ as) CYEEY FUD1Y MOSXISat the state by the pastors of Gainesville.If .
itf :t;.; _
'::' ,TOO desire further details u to entertainment by Using Pe-ru-na
,t: "IIaKCa1R10t1at.N TL7l.xxCxph .
write Mr. Ferdinand ""
eta '
),b t. acrn.... six .Oftlli. "After a man hu llrvd ta the wwttM'loog

1 ; .. Bayer, secretary. I hare, be ovfkt to bar .
) ;j1' t taapt to tarty astaritood thai aeitfccrTn .. M
,. WA sot its editor is renwaaiMs for found out a great many tMof fcf e.-

!.r; .p tioas aiyttssad by eomspeadcata. CZNTBR 07 POPULATION. Mr. Brock's pertenc I think I h. Ted as
From the Washington Post .One ol the f ftnjseoflrf
: : from Boston is 115 .
The announcement comes Age -
The *H nter of popalation" of the aYears. out to my n//re wtf s/jcrioa fa the

4&? thai 'tbomaiW: Lawsoo's "Frenzied Ft- United States as fixed after each federal proper l/J/fli /or ttUtacats that,.. !

i nance" is to be done Into a novel. Then, census, travels slowly westward and is # due directly to the effects of the '

":'r ,of coarse, it will be dramatized and later now a little north_of the valley of the 1 cilmstf. for IIS rears I bate .

; He shall doubtless have it set to music Ohio river and has been for several withstood the chinjteablco dlnure

J[;!,':' the itreetav present center of negro population, ti r ar ,r w "I bate always been a very lwaw.r 1

:"f';..:il: .'; ... however, as fixed by the same bureau man, tot of cour. JQh,.,...i W tits .... iatieetkina 1
><--.,;,.",' "", d.. to .MMebanra
vhieh are t
"A is DeKalb Alabama
; An exchange says: new daily paper now at county, i
la the climate sad*...f..a.a.
baa been tuned in Chicago that on the Georgia border, a few mies! sooth!
> During my l, oj hf. I pas. kiw. a i
of Tennessee. That is while the center
will not publish facts about murders and great remedlea tot uM, eaada
@ many
of white population moves .westward
IiW other crimes. That' nothing new. aaddiarrhtra.4j .
that of the 1UO\'E'8te-ad.
:-''R::) Tbere are papers in this country that for negro population ". far Dr. llart&Peruoj "' r.fIUitIII ;
ily southwest and has been doing iu for
f:l .',:- yean have not published facts about mar- / b.ue /ounj It to b* tht ;
more than 100 having traveled
years J
den and other crime Some of them best if not the only, reliable rancily -
through Virginia North Carolina and
for these affection It hs
< have published almost anything other Georgia in turn and now having crossedto
been standby for many ears, '
than tacit and they continue to do it to my
Alabama. The divergence between
.. and I attribute my food heakh and
; \- this day. the two centers grows greater each de this
extreme old axe to remedy
cade. At the clog: of the reconstruction .
1& m> eu all mars
u vMy 811
A unique church is to be established! period it was expected by many people
; menu. It prvterU ... frum tL. .*ilt
in Chicago. It U to be strictly union that there would be a vast influx of south.ern efTrets >f tuJd nrhna ,'''; U keeps MIn

from basement to spire. It is to have negroes into the north, until the gold | pettte; It goes m* etrelyth/

i a union pastor, a union sexton, a onion whole west wouldbe overrun w ith refuses U keeps my blood ta Ki. ..Kt nr.'Qhtk>a.

:. Sunday school superintendent, a union from the southern plantations. Actually, =t- yi/r ';, I ban coaw tw rely upon it a4a<.t ear
through the natural operation of the law I / / tlrely for the m*.y ttulv tbtas ,iie ';
organist and a Anion choir. The hymnbooks ..
llkh t need Btrt! ciO
of selection, the negro population gravitates
and books and Bibles must M\Vhrn fit Ubegan At I
prayer I rpidrmi-* irtpp
toard the gulf of Mexico antll\4r. .
bear the union label, as also must every to uuk.0 tb>.ir spit .ruir. incountry iIM
ticularly tin cotton raising elates. The
Ii I was .ufl'rt'f fmoi ails t <.-
the Itou The
z stick of furniture In colored population of Maryland, Ken PJWtfl.

1, s.r creed of the church is to be non'sectarian. tucky and )(Missouri border states: is not ../ hail act oral loaf SJ.ZH .lIh

increasing considerably. Instead of coming the 11'1". /4( first / did ..iPeruna '": fester
The house of representatives hauo1't.
the two to
nearer together races seem -
+ tarthis
thll was a reme 4j .
: ) :: -: : ed the twelve articled of impeachment be getting further apart. MR. IS4C BROCK. BORN BUNCOMBE; CO.. \ C, MARCH I. 1783. diseasehen I heard that -

;l?* against Judge Swayne of the district -------. His age Is 115 fears. s oacfteJ far by authentic record He U'J. attribute la grippe was fptdemk catorrtt, I

'If'..{" curt of the northern district of Florida! I'll I'll brave cross the the plains storms of of frozen Chillkoot gla.->...Pa.'s, my extreme old age to the use of I'crua." tried I'erun.t fur la grippe .ffJ
'i-\F '. high had been presented by its special I'd leave my wife and cross the sea, from the grave o' iU-neral Andrew found it to be fust the thli"In

?"." Y committee of investigation. The speaker Katherthanbe without Rocky Mountain Born before the United States| JatMjii: w ha Ufin-arru-d: by him a later |letter dated Jam r> 11, tag,

>"; ', .. r WM authorized to appoint seven managers Tea._Ask n ,your, druggist., w as formed i ever fringe. !Ir. Hn-'t U, a dt;nit..! ud'gentlemen Mr. Ur.H-W wotfx : c'

"'. : .t<> present the case to the- senate and Con- THAT JURY SYSTEM MATTER. StvM Presidents elected. < I .Lowing few wig u if do, "I am veil and freliag M well M I

I" / has prvteitcd him from \ 'f'puJ. Ii. tandy: Rm'letlstlll! I'WMrvml *- hate fur } -ar.. The un'y thing that
: .t. duel the impeachment proceedings FruwTbe Miami Metrvjolis.Throughout all sudden c/w/i/ei. seal it khuw that tl lie date of her I UittMrr cue tit toy Mbt. If I ...,.... .*

body. This action was the culmination the slate the press i is crying Veteran of four ,'trs. i girth w :L3 written 113 year a..,. better I rttuld 'Ilk all VW UM Nnft

.;; \ of a debate which has been in for a better jury system and advocating Shod Always hone conquered M hen the 99 _>grip ears ttthPcruna. old. ]< !'urt'ly a few SMiuUfrom ih.. remarLaMe and ii w..uld lo tM ..... I..laM MlYoun

L. progress for over a week and which has the loptiou of a measure that will old gentltftiian, Who hu had ll > bar w ilbuat l'enu1&"

U'Uncun" land suit at the \ year uf esix-rirn', t'r tlr..\\- from would traljr,
developed> much partisan feeling and make it compui.-ory upon each and every age
t7 of 110 In interesting i Ii well a* prurtUtiUlengthy -. A
years.Iklieses (
male! citizen irrespective of calling or tf
personal vituperation.Il
cf Peiuna the greatest t/iugraplii>al t'1t.I'II i* given ufthU cZ.Vt/"eI ft
business, to serve his county and tlate in ,
remedy of the age fur falarrhal\\ remarkable old man tn the WacuTiinoIUralJ

3 t_ the hearty laugh becoming obsolete this; most important matter. S diseases. < l>o-.taker II*". Atilt Put a free t..JO oe estarttt, addtartTI.

, '. The. literature of the !laugh would fill a Under the present system of securing -- more prclvntinu* t>iograty uf lht, the ". Newas )1......... (.'J.. ....-.0.

! :to '' : library.0 But the Family Doctor, a technical juries, those men of high. intelligence, WKH'K a rttutii of MrLen-: od! .-..t living man illustrate with If you do Dot d rve/ ".firt Md *.*!..>
'. publication, says it is going out ofI greater morals and competency to decree ISAAC: Trsa*, has lived fr 115year .. a dmhlo..tumn I".rlrall.u given tit factory r,,uiUfr. tn tit* ads .f tVruVA,

and judge right from w tong and do it : *. Fur many years lee rl'"I.1t..1 at rt'a.I'ra of the I'alU Morning Nt>w., : nrit. .loni-e to hr. ilarint. K>vBjl *
f liiun. Most men and women are now' I dated Ireceinawr II. I"'", sr4 al.o the I of .. .. sad k
fairly and impartially, are, by various llosque Fall, eighteen mile wet of full UU-meat your a wilt

:," i impressively serious in their conversationand I.clauses and preemptions tn the jury law, \\'IVO. but now lives with lib M>U,in-law Ch t'a oTIIJIIIt'ul'" of amo date I.? plwsasd 10 ,t.. ywl Its esls.... ad.

manner. The Family iKvtor think Valley Mill. Te\a. i This centenarian u an ardent frteod of Tire Jratl"lltIro. ,

tfiat "the seriousness of today may be enabled to evade by court excuse, this A short time &;0. l>y r luf'S'0<<'1\ .' 1'erunj bat ing UIIt'llu uuiiy year .\ .... I'f |l art..B, Pri.t.r.t )1
most duty. Thus it falU to
, important Isaac came to U'aou amid eat fur aa In "|,,'aLins( t>f I.,. ir-x-l h'allt and The II.-'a..n IMH.I.I", Cott aslwOhio. .
t found to have iU root in the great push. the lot of sane OI.-n. in many gasses, for a tare. In his hand bo had a ttick l'I"'j Ci\lrtnv ulJ tie, Mr. ltru.'k. ..j *tAsk .

fulnes of men, the fiercer eagerness to "pick-up" of a few dollars, tore atimn-t
Your for Free Peruna Almanac for 1005.
Mauve up in the scale! of filth and comfort continuously I as jurors. They tire in many Druggist a

with the which thisUYU cats of the leaner m >character and
together temper ... .rr=:.:=r.=7 ,,

the discontent, the weariness, weaker iutelligencf, and ineapableof! giving ROBBINS (.tlu. hIUL" ,.. t. ..M.

t the fever and the fretting which kills therapacity to a defendant or i iue! that degree of

i for a wholehearted atandon- justice the law prt'toCrike they shad!i hate. t t GRAHAM I CHR. KUHLMANN & COs
These con-iilions prevail in t'\l'rt coart ,
meat Wimple pleasures.
in Florida. They are in many iiitancmatiuscd CO., Commission Merchants

FLORIDA CBANBERKIE3. IO that one faualur with the (lDc.ol1"rate.d. I'ald op Capital (4$.( ).CO,)

court matters and jury trials, l'an. by I :-and 1:t9 W.11. ..\Itt ll T M KK rT
-r' The following from the Ocala Banner, This company ow n* land
lookm over a jury, almost invariablytell In.lian'1IYt'r
in the
will be of interest to our readers Bank BROOKLYN, N. Y.
what the verd.rt will lie, irrespective ,on the M Lnc.e; liner,

"John .Farrell of Framingham, Mast, of the testimony governing> the cam 01OMirt's at New' Roger and on Bis- A trial shipment is respectfully solicited.
a former resident of (Ocala has received dyne lUy.I'KU'KS .
e charges relative to the tame. The
from the East (\>an lUilroa companya Metropolis beliete, as tkies the other read to A. llanlui'ben r la l pf""lla\ln. Hoc 1Ct, Tiw ilte, tat Maw its
flattering and liberal offer of
very members of the state press and tn>-e

land and other inducements to return to ,titiwiis a-lvdoittng an iniprove-1 jury Send for !and list ,

Florida and Hart an experimental Unit law. that the .,rt't'n'uy Mxtembe 0"116 AT .
for the cultivation of cranberries. Priorto J.L.MOBLEVTITI'U.u.
! un
the big freeze M r. Farrell owned a .
IIf reai.tns f'r t'U'\I,,trediicv i Itrje orange JCfO\e two miles east of duns- 11t- filial the dillrtmvs l'olilrilllLl ". ,
*' to a ij-ist r all 11,1.1.t >( I'a.nirt kai
f (IcaU on the Ft. King road Ttie plic- i>f man a ain-l man and of the slate EAST COAST MEAT MARKET I TITUSV1LLE FLA.. ..11.11.11I1. "'UIIII!." r ';.!-lm.g at.T ......

;. was known as the iVtnonian fettlement. a.-A4-ist drfcn-lant, will have but little I II Ilat'gar.,. al it.. ,.....,'..b. prise

Some: of our older! residents will iloabt chance of ttvmpin/ that duty which it Has 0. P. DUEEX Agent, SOLE AGE.M3 FOB ?1oetrnt with IC'.I ..rkntar..hoy
much tln-ir ritrrit tore and curet-e I fa IFJurib
: lees remember him. Since hit return to Work aojibere M tit &nt c.t
H* Is that of enj-nin the lights of an
M.4*achuxU3 he hi been Miring his at- .\lilt'ncan citizen .
'( tae.t talteitrd lei a... knout ...1
tension to the cultivation of cr nbeniesa Boydell Paints t ".u *. ,' d he nlie\es that they wn I* profitably It I'g.ttl. .,,4 I'r ut aUfiii<.u gitru (.. a.i cork

grown in FK> He has male Try a bi.ltl.. of HerVitnc. nntlcethe'm- 4

I't'lh-r. arrangements with the Ed&t pro;n>et>t &
tile, eitrrly, strength and v:.i.r Watch
Coast railway and will give employment |h.>.. U t-II.'I:: the 1'lnl... Il' frt .

., toaUrye number men women and. don rn'1 I d.tlh)1I: and. ,.trhu'ttyl..u r r"H"HHH'ii3HHH'-'Hl

: children, \1 pee la'during the cranberry .' :O-loJf\ seta. '1.. ante. tit or aUKin'Is.
ltth. ]'.UI. "I ... ...> in bad FM-aith I nadsbtniach
picking sea un.
f' iroulilrt for I. men!t.., alsotlimb i .
l -- chifU l.r .J W. \J..rv irttcnHertinv. :..t .1. .v are..... .0'j. "f r.rls J
: :'1 .1. tNt war f ed "friMeU
+ NATIONAL BIBLE CONFERENCE. it cured nit in tm areka I : .. J
r aerie t/ '.IIJlIiU"* nt Tilt
f cannot rrn>nin >itU it u- Q .I.
Gainesville is making great preparations C It pr'1 ;
.t.1 ail: Hum for fold iied
run it. by rITt''II.U. fLoIW'l .\
for the coming Btttbwl.ich nmfererne. Crua I'harn.act.. I
-' will b,s lld from Feb. Mb tolXth

1 The "conference of U,t year wa a great .tarps: hilt ..t.L Lt.'a"L\tltl! lvI-I I'VE'S s IFt I

f Incase. many visitors attending from alparts Notice tt hfr:(-. ;oxen that opt ndeteraned l i

: of tlw toar.lry Amor-g the mane reel app f t.. tt l rjUtun...,f thlwu Cream Vermifuge at;: r "u .sut .....tlil" tint r.a .
of n.ln.b al it* resets! arwr.ot. f t It
f the are lvr. t.rU' .Jt,\.. it
great prearlter on program F.4' f..r the f uf a peal tu {tact lAW -
J. Wilbur Cliapoian, Prrttijtrnan Pro Kit .r tkH> .,f aDd )lirisc .--n the f*. t Tut "till aDd roar ..aIF .. erect I
t f we..f ELaars nvrr a aJ H a iaaa .-mi ta E: s@LilltEEO tr w.,twid
Lea G. Bror-jhUm. Baj.ti, Atlanta, (.a., fl
t.u..S :
the tt.k"of Iturlda 11: ;Iii-t u tot I
I>,. D. V. Gwilym, Kr -'rlUn, New Io--.w. Baaadtd en the Ih.rth Gy cheater > WORM tint Jetadfur tier liruth.Mauufaeturrd '
h.Mlf bo of -Wit' rrtrY.twa 'lete.g tile
lees << .u I
t York IT. W. K. Rlscktwne! Methodft, .. the
by ttw&arotk' urea > ;ah.' tovart from i'urtLitt* :
Cbtcago; Prof. J. R. C. Brown Virginia.l t1l' yf Iktaoas oa tux.. by the *ttu. '
1 : Kev. sbure d 14U1 nnt and pnrlbie a pease- ..
> E. I. IX IVrjr PhtlaJrlpha,
r. Methodist TeoarsRe ty fur *uUUoa uf trill -rcui act REMEDY Lt-ad and Zinc. OUt (ulluit ftU- ; V wan w a I.A ......,r.... rasa r.
(* x R Suan, X XFU. Pav.ysiEaa !: : .
'oUlt\tor jioj tote*a Tn
1*. A. C. iHxon, lUpUil. Boeton; IV. Jo, JiJh., I'hi, ers from :.'>0 to :3JMI Square Kt-et 1 resit IJ tllias M niiiiiMl w niflj
Clarence R. Strwise and many others.i CABTORIA.Mrl i tIar nlbl kind uf .,
I", i.n Nnq
., ......, .
i The railroads have granted sttrialt tL Usa ts;! T-s 4I.;00.t IBallardSnow........ aft sr of Surfer Two l" ah. b-t qisahIr"Cwpi.r, as uraoaa. I
Tickets ,ale ; tats prates. r.rd u ....
t ratio w 1M coaferecce. onTuMdays. Liniment Co. .
I Stand for Color l Card and I.rirts.I ....
Tbnr !aya, and Satardaya. A ST. LOUIS. MO .9 1'1: u.1." .' "AJiNuUIJ" ,,,,, '.,...... .'. .



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If < ;t : {{ '2': j.. ; The tfoce U oae,just oae pfiibedttee. 1 e1CORM THE SINGER MANUFACTURING C0MPAHIAw

.:;, tll''' ers'p 1))S II .SUIIt! .cued, t
t M- M/rliiws
x'""_, :.- . cOfKtiptldon. :_ ,Ml! sow selling Sewing ON EASY PAYMENTS. I


T i; _WCC'--" .. a61i- dkowi Srrjcbbct. ?Use Panaaxaa.sares.aaasuaeWa.rstaa; ARE GOLD FIELDS Oar Direct RepreseattUw is U your wrvta. Prop w a card and be will call oa joa.

r to the farmer who under | Semi etches Sold or Rated. Terns: $5.00 &iq tad $S.GO ptr 11ft!}.
fishing is very good indeed and dock

r'ar I 1IIR m and other water fowl are to be found oa stands bow to feed his From 10 to 20 fr rent discount allowed (or o d m 'hijw<*, all mak. of uch1D.

all bodies of water in incredible numbers. crops. Fertilizer for Corn repaired. XeedJes, belt. fte., for all kind of mtcbluw.

; ;, The climate u oVTifhtfal; the scenery must contain at least 7 .

t How Much Better a Voa-Besideat: U as beaatifol and Tegetation M laznriant per cent actualPotash DO NOT USE POOR OIL-For aye on sewing D16lhillft.riLioc rnachii blry
< and tropical as any I bare found in the eke and for all parpows rraamnr a fine lubricant,the tt U the cheap***lathe
r' Improved With TiturrillaTlian H, state. Altboogh a small town two excellent ecd. Genuine SING til OIL can only b*olXai&fd at finger start. sAddrees

i Bally Expected to Be. and well edited newspapers are

The following letter, written bj Mr. & supported here and the city has electric I The Singer Manufacturing Co.,

C Reod raont to hUown papevthe Morn lights, good sanitary system,Ice factory, Send for oar book*-tb y i J Cocoa Florida.Organs

freeaboro (Tenn.) Newt Banner, U pob banking institution schools tie. tell why Potash is as oe a*nary .
.. .. ,
and rain
to pUnt life as sue : -- '- -- --- -
dished in Tax STAR by penul .ion .of Mr. While TltiuvUIe cannot be considered
sent free if ask.'r te
; Henderson, who, with his family is a society place, there are many elegant today.OEKMVI. yon \ Organs. Organs.

spending the winter In TitoiTillr and arwtocratic families raiding here, KAU WORKS Repaired-Made to found like new. Price $5. Drop ua a card when lOG hart fi

and I hare met some of the finest typesof Cf New Ye rk-3 Natua 5trcet.KAwno.Ga.n
'TitosTille next Mop. All ready tarT Sbvth 6wdSt. | work for as to do. Addrra J, M. M. BROCK COCOA FLORIDA.
TUoiTilie! gentlemen that it has ever been my .
-- ---
pleasure to know. .--.aa: c Jur
i After a timome journey of thirty-fix _________ i1ThuAitho;
x The people are bj no meant puritanical
: boon road in a toppo'rdiy cosy and ,
they sail back borne. How delightful
in their views on social mat ndt.oo-; --- -
comfortable, but in truth, a Miff and to be able to spend days like this in Jan-
? toffy Pullman one would naturally asa ing and all other forms of amazement areindulged
umethtttbeaboveannonn&tn.ntmadei in, and the conditions offer ,

by the obeequuxu colored porter just many. BIO KILL AND LAND SALE. We tu nJl.produce of all kind. WeZSre sits for Map*.*' Ftrtilicen. Wen .IN "dQ6jeIJ
tIIUndl'd Board and house rent are more reasonable the above Hue of food, and nolWt the tn.-!.. 4\f all fwom.r.. Writ B* for "riCM"
fore the whistle of the
engine One of the sawmill and timber
than at place I have been ) Grain and all Qrwwriea, delivered at your aau U. k: L. BEADY &" IX.
'' for the place where we purjutml spending any ever deals in the history of Florida took plate -- . ....-.. -
in the state. There is better section .
'v1 '.. the prevent winter, would rausu a 'last Saturday when II. II. 1'11J.. Lee
for fruits anJ Some of the DOUGLASS : :
'i vegetables. R. V.
thrill of pleasure and satisfaction in the Ensign, of Tiflon, Ga., and J. II. and : :
_._ ,
finest in the state are near ,
orange groves --- --- -
breast of the average traveler, but the on- i \\. C. Powell, of Perry, Fla., t*>ujht; the ----

pte& ant imprwtion that remain..! with here and the fertile liammot-k lands adja- .largo electric saw mill owned by the Dealer.-General Merchandise
rent offer opportunities to the truck farmer -
we, the effects of a ftjrwer visit made i Drew Bnw., at Luraville, near Live Oak, -- _._ .._._ .. --
-- -- "- ---
that lh don-
are oOl1rpaMt'tlltho
z- hew abnot' fifteen years ago and tile and 63,000 acres of land. The amount
culture has not been given the attention I ooosiating ofusually nery\hlDl-'"
rather unfavorable reports that I hall i paid for this property is 1400,000. The io ROCKLEDOE, JLA. .
kept a .
here that it has in moet other Florida
;' received from my junior, who had preceded new purchasers are pUd with their fl r t-f lau-n.I _. _- : '. --: : -

UIJ by .about\\0 weeks, creatrd towns, many of the yards look like exaggerated drat and say that they have socurtJ a

something of "a feeling of aadnra and bouquet!. bargain notHhstaii.lin the large
In summing would that Titut- A. E. HILL
up say
of far the
yr longing.! amount money paid property.
ville, with its natural advantages, could, ,
At the time of my first visit Titusville s
by j'iJirious advertising, be made one of' lbnatihatipnan.i piles s,twine. They y
had reputation, anJ I far j Jastly, of SANFORD, FLORIDA.
the most popular winter reports in Flori kill people! inch by inch Nip life away
town" and judging from
being a da. C. 0.Tituuville Ihslk'IOs. everyday. lI 1litkr': lu>cky MountainTea
c more cent report*the conditions werenot will oeiti\eiy curt you. No cure no General Hardware.Doors 0
Fla Jan. Sth, ISKtf.; .
is. ; greatly improved, therefore, it was eitbsconeidemblemhgivingsthat pay. 35 ccnU, Ua: or Ubltta. Aik your

gathered. HIeedr neUe' Iruggist Sash Blinds Cement
-- ---- --
r.- and varied brk up our numerous A salve that heals without a war is lie- ', ",..III, "..thr K.t>ort.KB .

preparatory disembarking.. Witt' Witch IUn-1 Salve. So renM-dy 1'.'. lr\aTXIlT or -"UUCt'LTlT& WaATIt Lime, Brick, Lath, Etc.
Entertaining the opinion of the character effects such gf eetJy relief! It draws out : BCKKAC.KLA. .

of the denizens of the hamlet that I I intlamalion, st itlit-s, iti and heals all Jl"pnu, ., Jan. 17. 1U03.Coiupantire GUNS AMMUNITION AND FISHING TACKLEPlumbing
station' cuu, burns and bnti!!es. A sure cure for
did I rather to the
expected ore piles and pUn disea.iea. iKAYitl's i is the statement of tew t'n.tun. ,

platform lined w ith toti/hs and hoodlum!!. only geruine Witch !laze) "IBe- and rainfall 1905 for the week coding Tuf'tldal, :, Gas and Stoarn Fittings.

but was most agreeably surprised to find ware counterfeit!, they are dangerousS.1,1 JaD 17 1905 dada
Artesian and Prim Welli a Spivialty. Lumber and :Shingh
lust Cns Pharmacy Tituaville
instead that the personnel of the platform Eau Gallie by Pharmacy, FAU Gallie, Chas.; DaTE IUS. MIL' MAX. MID.TO Tin Shop under competent fireman. 1.t1nl.. inhering, tiepairing and Job r
y loungers WM rather above the ordinary, F. Cauipbeil I, Melbourne. ; Jan... It 7'J i1 7i fIO Work promptly attviidd to.
.. .... It 'ZIt 70 4rti
=, indicating that Titusville had reformed .. ,
-- ------
I .. 13. r1 6.\ s,1t Sole South Florida (for the Norcross
i Agent
and shaken off her lethargy; and become .. H 72 1\1 >4 44

ft&r-i an eminently repctable and progressive Mr. Allen Campbell! of 1' 'I&ldL'I .. U. lid 56 6.\ 39
.. hi. tiJ -I'+ 7t) 53 Hand Cultivators and Fertilizing Drills.
town and such I later mini to be a fart. a guest of lfutt-llk-lIem\t Sunday. 11. ill 31) 7"1 t 52
4 had been Total rainfall for the "'ff\;. .+t 2 in. ...-
A cottajjeof six rooms no-
Mayor Chas. II Stewart went to Jacksonville -
Ifeparture rainfall for the "'tt'rk .35
*;< cared and furnished against our coming Monday to attend thy Grand iuf'hea SAN MATED CIGARSHave

5 'r and we aon"" Mtled > hout Lade Maaonic: meeting. 111 lK>iucbrs.(>artare rainfiil! sure Jin. lit minus

; keeping. The location add surrounding; Mr. anti Mrs. \\'. II. II ill and Rangier, 11. P. Ih JDtS.
ro !M ecan-ely be more tropical and romantic Dtficul ill l har/Ce. Made a
of Nebraska, are pleasant people who
r ; we occupy one of two cottages Reputationof
have come to rpcnd the winter her..
standing imme liatly on the beach ofInd'un Their Own.
:MIL Miry K. Mows, of Philadelphia,
river aUnit one-haif mile fwiu thet LIFE"That's
From th i" ii late arrival at Hotel Delletue. Her "sgVED my The success of the San Mateo Cigaris
business |*rtof the '0"n *
verandas we have a magninVent,,, up friends are deligi.trd to see her here fur one of the greatest triumphsof
the winter.Dr. the East Coast siuce the freeze.
: aDd down the river, which is about two what a prominent

mill wide at this point In the rear ,.f Peek and Messrs. iMw, Ma,If from the < ltoi vt irromh of u.twctx 'hatl.e j 'nineijU: of Florid and the

the premi:'t1I iia den! gMw th of caUbagt and Oinvli* /have turn having oak shade druggist said of Scott'sEmulsion Island .'[Cuba can prmluo-, and raj.|.tl with tl., riih. Poky leaf icnmti on la.t:
lr. in front of their lots on (\plantation*, tru* cigar imhiMrv of the wf-rM hn \.-,1'F1.Jun-d| ) ab.'hrrartiehe.
> At all times the ri\er is lit- \ u planted short timea
palm a '
_i Fur Ki'.f! by; all the icibiittv1 hiitflr and l f tubs auJ i>y the t onn Ness Vu4by
covered with ducks and other New Ha*en avenue.
rally o. As a rule \ve don'tuse on t"t'fyram enterirg fblrnlaTwenty
watt fowls and "rte it not for \'ityor. Mr. J. W. HuU-hirw, of ('hKtUI1Ii'gli,
Sizes Styles and Grades to select from.
dinance, which pnhtbiis.houtink| in the Tenn has lately arrived at the llro..n or refer to testimonials ,

cotporat1 liu,>t* Icou'd Pit on the verandas i I louse, w here his w ife and via have been in addressing the public Manufactured by s. W. ROWLEY, San Mateo, Fla

:_ and felfxit theiu u hundie mme within I glints for several weeks.Misu but the above remark and

thirty flit r>f tin-l: ">iHM>. iteinir a law Viola Hurton has !pine to '". Au-

abi.hnn ciliien I nit idle desire U) trans- tnistinu tn enter the h<*piUl 1 with the intention similar expressions are The name "Simplex"

grPe the laN, hot 1 ufieti under holtIon. of beaming a traine nur* made so often in connection
i Ntl*nt, II. \\'. Cantrell Jim The beet wi iel\!! of her many MelUnune IMPLEX has been repeatedly
ke. nut of jatl l rliouki they with Scott's Emulsion
Avvnl \\wQI p friend follow her. r

k; be erg j'Yle-l I t'>t> the came temptation.Tiio I'.utidantinl a healthy pot to go to that they are worthy en p1AptAY complimented as very .

",vili! i* not a jopular to iri.'t town
z spend the winter had better rume to Mrl- occasional note. From appropriate. The Simplex -

from the fact that the jn-ople have not borne, where we have i\M>i hotels, furuithe .
h swakenedt.thusdvantateaofadrertiing infancy to old age Scott h CA 'fi' ti is in
I >l nvuns to rent and I a gsd, cWninoril simple every
and unforlw.utlytit:' people were imboetl n wmnnity.Mr. Emulsion offers a reliable

ma'y' till recently, with the n+taken way and particular. Its 1
and Mrs. J. F. Powell and twdaughter \> means of remedying improper
idea that the railruad and munlar eitUr-
I *, Mi i"t1t't4 t Ida and Helen, of Wanktgun mechanism is
price were inveterate enemies to the interests and weak development
I III., arrived Tue.*day and will

Ing on of that towns theory and individuals the twn! and nursiul art- I again spend the !n in their Melbourne restoring lost fleshand It does not easily get .

} spent the greater part of t.ia tlitte hanging i home on the biuff. vitality, and repairing *-t out of order or need
Mr. and Mr Win. I' of Ou"g'\
of *
t' anwnd the nation for the purpose ay .vaste. The action 011..tJtt's
; catching the official infringing on sane j N' Y we were glad to *'t"\! c >me to apYml pair. If it should, by any mischance, it is
Emulsion i i.s nl'
e another .winter in MelUKirr.e. After
ThU was naturally resented
'F idly ordinance by the railro J company ana ",ul. trying other &.u nil on the m*-t they i re of a secrcl than the easily fixed. The Simplex is fully warranted '

iatory measures were rm' >rted U> with the I came U the conclusion that there raw: no -.iposition of the Emul- and is an ornament to any home.

nuUthat the town alone rui .'rrd. They i i letter place than this for them-'at say "

know better no.tb.&D to monkey with we." un; itself.'h, t it does Sold I3y

the railroad bun saw and tvnsoiaenti I Oa the: Mellourae pier are fijhrrmen' does through nourishment INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE Titusville. '

the relations aw entirely wtisfactory.Altrwortfor trill who, with n>l art-i nil, t'ny the the kind of uriahtunt )
toumts I think TitusTtl'le !Jx-atitiful blue of the waters of the Io.han : nt >> f

.. J cannot be ex' Ked; no Utur hoat- river, and here c)nx'. party of friend* that cannot be obtained -

Ing and fishing can be had with as little! laajhing and chattin:, ready leer a tnp in ordinary food.No lyOUTakQ QUmIfQpik ]
troobl and rxptec.erlsrrhrrr' tn the to the U-ach. where ther intend to tttnJthe 1 t

Ute I}eer, turkey, q>uil, squirrel aihi j day surf tathing and picnicisthen system is too weak or fh

other can be round in abundance --' -- delicate tJ retain Scott ) r ',../ It's 10 to 1 you do if you arc a >UAUB f'THE'FLOR + i
ganw i H. '. Tenet .1' of m :&ria.Don't. -- l
within three or hoar miles of tow n. The Emulsion and .,, ,1'f< ... '
We offrr tee UUtJllan ScWkrd furiacTraoe gather good .( Do I.. t.' D&njerouVo *. ::4i K r.
of o.Unh th..t caQau4 be tarot bT al"'fy -: tl
1R...t .rtl 1. P. Ii. Maul. L I.. U. Hill' C Unfa Cure. tram it. f ? \ '0 aJnut it ;iJ.C11"HlAW tut it UariiSKwt ea'r '
''1'>< a morn- S F J. 'Hun.t Cu. P.p., T.! ta 0- 3 ut.a.y i :
Waverl", Texas, cyst,: We tie .ttJen.it1k'd bare kaowm F-J ('h.- TI 1Io- :l nJ you a ; 1 t t :
in&, aben tirat rUiw, I ultra nada troabWime ; of) ta the lag U 1tarA. .aJ believe kim ptrS ._ \ uak iw.Ij \
collection of pbl!\ ,-ai. "hkh i--n> S 1-.cA111 ka&>T>W in .n bouacM tna.arttaae !'tt'ry.. 'r ERBINE j jt
dUCt'll a wu b, and U very hard to lit $aJ \UA carry eQ' any Ktj ''l I'' AaIt s e: a JJr.. ..aFs... .:tx, H o.r tat>I'
bbo& a utalt quntlJ d iallard's1IWboand twos 1IaJ. bJ tbtir ann.Wa..T ....,r\t.c ..:.,.. I
Syrup .tli al (oOl'r dIto Qatit : .t Tar; ;r' a'Y'4r' ; b partly Tt et Ue: rend ahJBtlj
uJ the uuuble Uovrr. .I know of zapaedtciw : R WAuiit kalta1le r1N"lianas.A T ii M Io. Gai, H N\-- J r U> .,i.rejt\ :.... cU L adiJje, uIi< twirl
teat iswoaltoit and it 11 ivPmt i D9hint.Ttlnli ar., tfbaHeW.Atarrk'Vetetatenfakrwaiiy s ::'_:,1' I ;cl'\rr S; ;: ; t f-i aj iiasiiJi. kit ey al lira tyjn[JTKY .i:.14 I ,
.da IL.t
to take lthroat can owM "" yNNQUntnJ I etiae (lcists
aIDliciM !"i 1 IT Io.D.1 y.
nrrdiag 1
4 It tO an ptTlOOt I dtrectlr aua the b -i sat :lino, wrfat. i t f).
for or dun< troQblra"t .-. Got the .yawn Prw ;)t, rrr h't1e- -; -. m Pud St.. +(. Y. 50 Arm B. BottU. AU Drutti ats.y -
Price :3c.. and |l 00 b.t Ie at I.J SoU kjJ all dfUbu. TaJa.ada I flee.klalJl t 1
CtoM Pbanuacy. 1 J f&a 1y hits are th. ksL :0rL AWU: &I







... ... .
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% l 'fiy"r,, ,:" -q
'-fi-a: <: "- "'> -
"i>:. SAFETY. 'Ta reply"to a qtMatbm aa to what the .
<< : y :. A. G. SPAULDING & BROS' s
<"" ".. j/Ff., ..g.r : _. '!.-- ,- creed ,woold be. Hlgglnaoo ,said It
.L $- lWfriitl eta a.tior .&.*rte** Iata would be DO .S<
;!'Wi-! :. \">".. .,, .- fttitsh.Ie! a sssl..+j.jrlrss BO Isoa" "ologlea" In the belief b* Base Ball and Goods
'. if[("",' g rtihrajt Dote recently aald
4 + :CS' :itt':for :wraMenboa unfatorabii Can be Cured with

:jfS < !._r.1- tccooot of Utt.oamber ofT "WUter Quitcra .( presses. Dr. Miles' Anti- .......... ..-.-.
< ,:,;, IIrtota 'accMcnU In some of the la A dramatic paper give the names

;"! .i }$J'" .]!feisty populated dUtiicts of the and addresses of 118 circuses and oth- Pain Pills.If The H. & W. B. DREW CO.,

3 -1Jf..1! 'Unite 8.tatea. whIle at Ux lame time er road shows which have gone Into .
70Qr nnr+ are subject to distort-
kgtish roads bar been praised u winter quarter Of these aajs the incest such U H *iUchs, Neuralgia.Backacta. J Jacksonville

iJ : hartDr sttsjced a combinatloa of speed Chicago Tribune eighteen! mate their Rheumatism Men tnuJ

eta, !, '*nd Mfety onknoira ia this country.As 'boq1eIn Pennsylvania, fourteen in Pains Sleple**< .*a. etc.; their jarring Distributors for the State of Florida. ..
a matter of fact many American i Maryland eleven In Missouri and tenth and Angling c&a be \ C'k1)with

$i1t": nttroad' are gradually being brought Indiana! these being the most pop- a Dr. UQM AnU-Paln VOL
I Dr. Mites Aatl-Pala PO are pleasant Th trade suppited! at u manahu-torer ao.t'IIt prier
'ff." to a standard of uietj wbkb is fully abr states as winter quarters.
little pink tablets which do not act Retail I order*and club outfits. recrivv cartful altettttw i.
aW high at the Engtkh. while the comfort
M I on the bowels not do they bar anydtssgreeat4e Send fur catalogue.
W* of passengf Is given far more attention Mr. %Vm. S. Crane, of Ca5fc! rrU, Md., habt fcrm
weftkteiaf or -
.. .
utT..rft.1 forvears from rl.eunuiiMu mviInmbefo. -- --- -- -- --- '--" -- ---- --
. ry i tore than on the other sMc oftp Inr effect on the system
; r, the water. I Ili: was finally! hdvind to try They are the result of the latest *clnUfic .

' : 'r-: From the American standpoint safe Chambi-rlsin', Pain Balm which lie did knowledge on the subject of; Paia.an4 E
a. and it effected nniU'M.nirw. This lin-
, brlJut'r and Fence of allStructural kinds.1
: rallr din; U primarily dependent on a .
itnetit is t,r ale itJ -! (>>* lti ruiacy. the greatest cufftrtr. '*
'ri ;. system of signals which are practically
TOil should as.tHp a box of Dr. .
n : Infallible Thus attained by a combination
l1i Anti-Fain Pills in the house tine
3 ::: of automatic machinery and
r you never know when pain Buy attack
14 i> 11. :; human intelligence, each of which supplements Arthur Sawtelle of Oakland. Me, you and it is wrong to suffer when your Iron Work of all kinds. ..

I t i '. the other and each of which twenty yrs of ajte. has been accidentally suSerinf can be so quickly relieved

.5 J la powerless to do anything without the shot fire lion I Dr. Mars .\ t1-Pa111 tins contain no
. ___
a chloral e a .
j. consent of the other In the operation I opium eocnin. morphine, or
Manuel) Garcia, the eminent teacherof
of iucb the salient feature U I similar drugs. and are sold by druggists
3 6 ti- the division a system of the road into abort section I singing and inventor of the laryngoscope ,I tinder a guarantee to tenons you. ar Jet our Iron and Wire Fence ('atllo uts. ilil

will celebrate hU hundredth pay your money hark
or blocks- by means of signals birthday on tbe rah of next March. Dy rtUerlnf Piln. Dr. Miles' Anti- il
t worked primarily by an elactriral coo ORNAMENTAL IRON & IRE CO. Inc
Y Joseph S. Frelinghuysen, who has rain IIUs shorten suffering: and It'I'.zthen -
nectioa with the rails. On the New Ufa. K cents.tuer sold In bulk. ,
been selected a* personal aid to Governor
I Haven system, for tn.ataDwhich baa "I have used Dr. Miles! hits
built up a line of 233 miles from Boa- Stokes of New Jersey. Is an Insurance I when trouHtd with, ''n4 find PORTSMOUTH, VA.
broker anla cousin of the that one pill Infallibly rffrcts rthof In avery
t' ton to New York that compiles with all I thort tliu*. I also] use Ur. 11, .'5' .- ._. .- = -
tbe found ia late Secretary of State and Senator Nerve and Laver 111!* when ntccnurr.. -- ,
w ; requirements necessary 1 am considerably am:ct -d with net.Tulffia -
t ; } American experience for safety these Freiiogbuysen. of the head and dnd titHe p.Us of HODGES & O'HARA !

blocks are from half a mile to four Mayor John K. Harvey recently reelected is much tlmed benefit for to tt-t'r\-GEOP.GE ne, Ttiy are all Cut.i that.- t

,, mile In length. A train cannot enter mayor of Waltham. Mass., was I GA 4'E. 21, Oakland St.. Sin Abtoni, Bl.t.rAtA utt'i'r. rut"
born in a log hut and at eighteen was Tt.'x.I .
ODe of them until the preceding train DEALE1W IX AND lUSCF.\M1'B.t&1 : i

her left It, a tact indicated by the rising running a sawmill. He educated himself I FREE Write to ofus for Fn-o Trial

of an, automatic semaphore at its at the Ohio Wesleyan university Pain Pills pucka the New* D,. Mile*Remedy' Anti. YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER.

further end which protect the next and the Boston University Law school I tr Pain. Also Sympt:)oi B:.wsk. Oar
I Specialist will diagnose your CAtO tell
block ,ahead. \Vttn till second signal William W. Uockhill, director of the you what is wrong. *nd how to right It. F1-\.1.1t and 'Vegetablo Ovntow.Efctiuutc ; .

# arm points to danger and not before Bureau of American Republics Is not I UU&IUTOUIU.Fre TO. MILES"LKlluRT MEDICAL. 1tiL CO.. furuikhvd fur uiuiflcU Bill tlr Lumber to be drlirrred l ray pt i.1 M isa t l-h

r- the operator in tbe signal tower that ed as an crientallsL He has explored _

covers that section of the line can lower the greater portion of China and

.. the semaphore that is holding back Tibet and speaks and writes In Chinese ALTITUDE AND THE BLOOD. John Stetson
; the second train. The system U so Tibetan and Sanskrit as readily

;. arranged that the normal position of aa In English. After Teats Experts Say Pr'...r*

; all aetnaphureii U at danger and were Alber,: Kirby .Fairfax American tIU .. Oo* Goes IllKhrr. DE LAND, FLA

,; i. the towenuan a maniac Le could do no citizen with the unique distinction of Caretul scientific tests were recently
Affiliated With Tho of
: barm beyond neglecting! to lower signal being a peer of the British empire, has made by medical expert at Colorado University Chicago

- at the proper time to let approaching returned to his home in Maryland from Springs to determine whether the blood COLI.KGK Of LIKKIUI. .tRT+t.-The.tendard.are tii_ f tU l ."..i4yef. Cge..

: 1. : trains through. lIe inlgLt! tie up a visit to Europe. lIe denies that he U pressure, like the pulse, increases with MetM.u', gnuluaU mvivc their tiftfrtfrvu Sulh Sl-tin and ( kkays

all traffic on the road in this way but to become a British subject, but says altitude, says a Denver special dispatch t'OLLEGKsal'L.W-kJw4ttCuf thliCulhgeareadiurtk.lte praduc.biw is pistil.a .

be could cause no accidents. he will retain hU American dtl DIiWp. ; to the New York Times. The subjects fUDlinali\Ju.
While signal systems, roadbeds and I I employed were young and healthy students tOLLPGEOFTlCNAllUrr; -l1t''benlna1.; Civil. v..a
Dying at the age of nDt>ty.thrt't", ; Training own** leading to Hc"m* .111. new Uiildiiig. atly rtelpeanrlluLLLl
of Colorado college, and the tests
ti bridges bare been brought as near per James P. Smith of Alameda, tbe oldest .:'
: ur "t'loI !'o..lIau..lli& III aU its branthes U. uk ...M."t.
fectlon aa Ingenuity can bring them, the surviving member of the Society of Mere unusually thorough In character.The Ely, live nmr"a ro 'in other iK-imrtuiruU. Large r'+culty tad err .WIIac.

.:: aafoty of others than their passengers California Pioneers Raid to his doctor: results, it Is assorted show that I'UU'UTUIC.U'Ut.I \, , prepared to outer Itutar.l. ,... P'atlaul/u I'

U not neglected by the well managed I' "l>on.t let them' say I died of old age h\t'nty-two healthy adults of an average t'orurll. Michigan I'kkiuo u.l all flrnt rim (Vllr.. ,

at railroads. Between New York and i Put It down to something else. Old ape of twenty jean*, at rest and In iflttt.iLA I'KICTirKhtlltiuL-l' Kuiiir, iUa IU iU ", In "fcuU4l. & .........

4 New Ilateu. for example a distance of i age has not conquered me." The death sitting position In Colorado prlns.ll''fI'uh,1 cud Ortmni4i. d."llu ....lMllote 11IIt.l104 Thu Sth..vt r.&vtHftlly )>ittl.. PkMfetenchen. ... I

twenty-three miles: there are no grade ( a .lightly! lower Mood rrt'tsure ; -
i croaalngs at all and between New certificate .lIid it Waft pneumonia. than the name number under the Ml'SIC &.'lIlIUL'IOf.AilI.1I1I PJIIt' organ a dusru pt.uu.. spank' bolidarj. largo Geslytborough
Jordan L. Molt, senntl' "t'n yearsold 0ur.r5 aLuly.
Haven and New London there are only I same condition did at the sea level
;t and the "father of rapid transit" in ART b'IIOUI-\n. Ktudiu. O.Uy rMU. u"J.-U etc
five of which U considered dan and that these latter when taken to
J Jdi ,
.I New York city, has not yet taken a ride I lower l.t4uo Las a faulty uf 4s pn.fnuwtr* sad (iu trtMU>r. They hell. Sr .... 11o shad-
gerous. in the subway. William I. Scott of J tie top of Pike's peak had a ver.ilyofChirasullarianl. V.It-, Ii.rtutuutbtulut.bts, i'an.ruiyd i ... ....
blood pressure than that observed at Mwr" Uutkiult. IV.itertitr Hi Mit ii-'u. IVonimu aittl..btt' t'an.e.Isa : saasrtu''i
A PENNSYLVANIAN'S FAD.. Erie Pa.; William Lloyd Garrison tLe 6. 10 feet while after three and a half 00 ill t.oiJ.tiu" and t-quiIIQI..ut. neat ly a qusrter IllIIIIoNI "'.... .......... ; ..sae.-
noted abolitionist; Samuel J, Tiiden Lours the ed library of over IS'unO, tuluiut. It h,.utiful chapel will ashy fo""""'" I Iku ts .rlba .y-,eye
-- anti some of their friends anti associate spent on average rk! +a wiUJm II, i vii p.iruiug., r tU). .II.' pope er4tu,r p 1101I...... wti4. -.- 1".Fl1rt,
d O.e.t mt a Cklccco Hotel Wanted blood pressure was found to have fallen euclintti ktlilrtir find, 'UIlIo.II;& hark -uuu iuurU.. l.*....bI.IM ..11 du..1141 ........, ....
Roar H.eLl>c Chair, put up the money to build the New I. lower than when they first arrived. tn iwntii g., ruwtralul uthtr.urt.. M parrte buU4tu fk for tutu sad ._. M

N. 8. Lambert of Reading. I..., recently York elevated system. These men were The average pulse rate Increased as large! lab..r".. fir tui >wi.Iry> l'bui 11M1tt'n., ..,. and ttk.kgy..e.s.l
I.u_" IUUMUOM and sisal'. clnliulight*, clnliu bclFt. .U bun watts shsnhut.
' brought together by Jordan I. Mott ; alll . registered at tbe Wellington hotel the tenn'.on! I'tvame lower-that 1s, a
.; bl'l..1 ""1>111'6. al'&('ItW. aU'I'u, .IH" ,by cud ta-. ..tcial "kraq 11I-.1... silty
in Chicago t.U'rag Clerk Bennett pulse of s ) a minute at Colorado ..tudfjIA'clul.*, star lecture K.urM';. t bruiUU dud cwt M..UIUU U,...1.0.." TM lut..... M
be wanted the best room in tbe house SPORTING NOTES.It Spring became a pulse of 8ri on like' t-I.utiCulah.t healthful and th rilene.s arc low!

He was taken to one frowned and was peak and after three and a half hours Par cai l'II. vii-w*. foMrm and lufurtu.lluu. .'l
shown another says the Chicago Trib seems likely that a team of Cor rose to 90, while a normal blood pressure HI'M-KV I : .\. M., Hi. 1) Or Laud, EliSBABDARD

une. nell runners! will go to England in the of 130 in Colorado Springs fell to
Tbia room 1s all right as far as the eprtng. 121 on reaching the summit, and three

walls and celling are concerned. be Ned Hanlon says Baltimore will hare and a half hours later It bad fallen to

said "but it lacks the most essential a winning ball team next t>ca-K>n. Well. 118. >

'. quality of comfort-furniture. It I Ned ought to be anxious to fi-vi like a <
Bought f'hmnbcrUln'.
t'uagU Krmrdjrul
wanted an unfurnished room. I should winner once more.

a hare gone elsewhere." Garry Hermann nays Ban Johnson .< tent it to KriD
The room U as well furnished as does not understand the attitude of the Mr F. U. J. Fit tel.t-f, a drti' ;:i.t in

any In the house," ventured the small i t minor leagues regarding the drafting Victoria, Au-tr"IU, MV"A Cintointrof _. tUI

and a..tnblr, "but If there U any !I. of players, and when be does: he will mine, was MI ilrnMii milt Cl.anitxT-
I lam's! ( <,'Ii" 1 K.-in; ">iv, liC't' *>ie likdUi Savannah Columbia, Southern Pinos
e piece of furniture you need I'll bring fall In line. ... ,
It""Chairs I K\ are what I want" ww the UTwl Sullivan ,
for bU fight with : :: time she olUiiivd dl Iii} IItOt' hlll tutlie

reply "rucking chairs. There are two in wstt'Il'I!, Cat, and his friends hicli ?}>tb'i.t lj tvT frietitin" in iliKetei.l

In here, I te. Just send up Iwo more !. have advLted the Housier expert to re parts: of the UU% klhllU"'UI; toil iiiiicliJTol Philadelphia New York

green ones if yon can-for I expectto tire from the ring..tfrWander i il liii-1 toneatt4!: il-i i1lrt! / tt..11I Ii'Rtrr
be In my room a great deal of the j it a trii! For ?ai' i>y Itt l'n-It
i the once great tUoroa?h- IHKi: u! H\M 11\1\-11\11't
i time, and every so often I must changemy pr: ar.iucj.
: bred will be trained for the coming

f ('lair.ttfr hanD! sat In a chair season on the running turf. The ou SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED
once I can never feel comfortable in it Secretary Mortaa'. Pref 'renre. ,
of Star Is Late
+4 Ruby reported to regained
. again." One<< Hwivtiry! l'aul'dorton's old
til Lest {
Mr. Lambert's rl"tlUl'stOU compiled The oLau.piou wm>lU-r, Vou Jenkins rallroa.l: friends asit-i him If te would i SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL
1 with and for the next three hours was i! not rather tie at the heal of erne
that the mode of
says Jin Jltsu Jap
heard the creaking of thl rockers department nlt-re tt1'0101.1 te more
belt defense U useless when opposed
which were being tried In turn bj Lam. ( familiar with the work than In the 1l11'U H i.l.M\ H 1. il'VIKSf
t' r to scieuUno wrvotlin lieorse Boiuner
r' Bert dual not: acne with Jmklrs.I'StcLvr I\ navy lpanment. says the Kansa The! 'Iea.too.rd Pi.n<'U tel Ia a i.sal:; vt-'ti! tram.Puhtuan tou.ptefd "-J etuaasof
' "We have had stout men who objected city Star new eqai(>m+rat I 111II.I.r; l".u'>,v l'f..r"-<.iu.. +ier peca. ..ia&pool
Rill v txi wa not '
: ti the height! of the ted. said Clerk "\at much" Le rejilled. "I'd rather and Oteenratiori eats, u;""a'It'i( !*'tat. i. ...t \ .?!,.Id'! &I.i J .ja. kwrpr..w i., tee

: Benfiett "but this rocking chair proposition very IUN v >*ful In msnigin. the Indtanai.tils ; I* right here. where I can I* on tIed Yurk, via WattiirtgUiiian! "( wi A-i"->-tii.<- : ." ,. II. .".l I*. k..udilh ; 31'I' 04,

'-s U a new one to me." nub, last a.n. will try to I\ the time, rvea though I ..)m.t1m daily, incloding Sundiy.
do U U\T M ith tb> independent club la I laU
Hou.t- te..d. 1'., lie cuing season. may t* at set!

CkrUlUnltr IB 'Jarrl.
CURRENT COMMENT. J Ttir. uti fr : J4 s..6..r "J Ser. .ii .....
... Fvtplt sad hair vast |IaTIBOB The {..rctut iiuailwr of tlitlntSan culaUUra Oprrutiag P-U1 ( : ."

, t.asel "..p. in thv rl.I""l States is im.3,
I'I. listing! b a fcj-ecw of white cappioj.
A union label cLurch with a union and it oUpht to fMS .to d.-Yemllt..a says the .'hri> IntfllUeocer! There I For fill in rlD.t"JI. a.vJ a.aeprr! r.etn.t.ue ,all ou any is.-.rd scent. eel
pastor, union sexton and onion Sunday ; sn 1>JT'J! cbantoi aril 29.323.1J vrile to
A I.
Pi'" !
:is: school superintendent Is communlc.-nts .ctoJll
propo**! ; Sunday num- ,
The man ab1 manufactures an adulterated A. O. M.\( [S..LI.. t i ji1.41.\! JmAsL
bj>> the FUt Jatltors' union of Chicago, her 1x+ 417, 1t'Fhtr. Ul1.t1 and
fJod and Mils It for what it U
aiys a dispatch from that city. A comtnittw seL.1! u W :.'1 Oecerai ra."it'r1"1\. 1.reitdvr 4gg..
not U a dad and a rtm-al anti dt>ervr .
is -- -
: --
preparing a report on the '
J\i K-o.NUi 1 Ii' HA i
the e\ertt punishment that the law .
feasibility of the proposition which I I 110 1 .Iorpre.I a ( .Gt. PhilsJetptia! iaqulrw, I -- ----
also provides fur a union chclr and the can I Whra yiHi herr a <.> n';'i d.- r..t r i;"-

.' pulpit ta be union made. This tnv *j:.>ti by women ia all Ce I' prt.a it, but ,""UI.rt> tt'.- a. I f I DO YOU WANT TO KNOW ALL ABOUT THE

=c The prvpokiUoo was cud at a rodent pArtcetjU of work: srei. to W ad to riubi "oo;:h toniy a ", rr.j. 'lzrt'-fi.eft.. ,-. *...:. I
.' eeing to John < u dom il;..if It U a.X to I* AU-! the dsK4-* i i- .hlt V'.ii ..' u J. 'r... ,
c Chicago by Ult'ginsoa trotted upon or rt'Aatt'd. It be* to t* tn.n tlw f>M,:ri a !. .*> p..( it,.- f r '... i
rttaldent of Local No. 1... of the natJu.tN'S' EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?
cnioa. He and John Beet of accepted. blames cot only bare come uit couiOsl.. ii".f e."I ishin; .f a i 'f Jj :
I j ,\.j.t.' _flr""i.'I! l .iir' .- t'eCough.
to the Food lI"l"- Gt evuiifQtly Lav
the SeoUl Side Janitor union '
were .'sd lerradrtti ">" uti.t.Htll J
come t> stay -Ctit-ago Ctroulcle.\ j! Ef ." .. t r i- i acJ
appointed a coamitte to cstafeU&a a teitk.rufurm, r"1. . t lra church, if they juod tt possible: wail wuaAi-r that Atluraey: G.aeralMoody f.tlTfJl.M bet they d> ""I curr Lt... <, .1.i'ig j nwto&r.t. 'I. .' ..' lI I s, ., .oJ' > .r''' r
r t J do sx Hf! ; i &aa. ta proposing tie with a salary ut $,.C.*}. tI'T. Cr.n httiatfe: r ?* V .. tjy >>!, f. I

dutch said: lames t/a; tie iirt'..u.uUtof the fit 'r.d.. r hard dtr.. "..1 PU;-I'rrre tar! .. .oi', I;:FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.
twt r.-htr* ii by rm"Virfn.n, thr'At I
--n. bUvaris of tnule nauttan t system, 11'1.0oi f! of his .
4.\1 are pertly coansertUl sad .xLi!. United States [JatU "toel BurDett a< luc?'" tht* wilda vl! cb-Jnicif: I'I Itu I' ri;ltt. > ('x-N I* i'U: ANM I U
>- i.fe ltiitf. at.d ilia t. thr irrt'":, .It
Without r l.gious fraternity we are of th* southern dutrict et New 4 Ix[ELii't'l?: A MON III )11'U 1 ipy rugs..E. ..
a:.J Dtittrgr iu tin throtl It ft f < p-J. ;
:. 1I..k. Let US take another step and York draws aa average *f JI.ftO) a \ stctetiore ass .ff".a h u..1 Ferms- j!i AUURht t.

brtA tt* pulpit within our realm. year In salary and Ugitisut rld.-I I'neniiy sate the ark <. sorbs ar U.e. V. BLACKHAN Editor MIAMI FLORIDA.

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'" LA' $ks=e.M !'glint;'fed; ..
". ,, "' r! Xnett Lamm baa dosed his seaaoato has the biggest aeUienfcaonoment
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% f \ 0 o' .robe Hoiie" at Jackson Mktu In America.,
> fonowtaf knocks,.about the ebi*.. and returned with his to New
company Toe city of dew Haven coon, tees
..MiblCBMi of the late Louise ttWwt t
: Tort j CASTORIA i
: five complete ,seta of lap eaca year
Jt4t: ?.. tt* Fresco communist and revolutionj "The Wife "' I
; ; Without a BmUe. pro- oo the liberty pole. There are three

.tlq agitator are_told by.Alvaa F. 8aa- doefd at the Criterion theater Jew flags la a set ,

.,1 .ten" la the Boston Transcript: York proved to be a play without a .The tows of Woodford. Vt, recently -- Children.
For Infants and
1 e -'*Ia" the. "Tarioua prisona through whkhbe smlhFrank held a town meeUsg to_ nil Tacancef } ',"_ 2' I

;= passed abe .turned ova an the Mordaunt has beta engagedby In Its town offlces. Two of the select I II

f x money lad mature c mforti'ltDfher Llebler Co tor the role of Judge ten had died and the other moved w&M The Kind You nayS!

Brlacoe la ".\ Gentleman From In e
ber frteoda from town and the town clerk and :
'i .. j .to,her fellow iamatea :

,1 ._ and woo,the confidence and respect of diana." road commissioner bad died leavicg all I. ,'-_,. ""_,.f> s ;
Janet Priest has bees oat of Ute cast these offices vacant .o, .-..-=c" a "i' g-
: Always Bought :
bet ,, :
k : keepers. At 8t Lazare she waa r > fe.: :> i !
of The Maid and the Mummy" for Great Interest baa been aroused ia I _
.;; $dared, atheist that abe was, by the attendant S A\ ; :
""'o performances owing to acute Pueblo, Colo, over the announcementthat
: :_ sisters" of charity Bdng allowed laryngitis but is much better and able a gold mine baa been discovered slmi1Jt' t( rooJ I

::' then u a political prisoner a to go on again Seima Harris her understudy almost within the city limits. Pueblo fccg ite StoQfldiS i Bears the

;' !ey., large degree of liberty, she conducted played Moggsy acceptably. Is noted as a great manufacturing city !! Ir

Coring ber stay 4 veritable charity employment Wagenhab 4k Kemper have signed being called the Timbers of the V x

',. bureau In ,her teal to succor contracts with Robert Drouet ,for his west" and now 1s bidding for fame In I SignatureThiriv

and keep employed her numerous pro. appearance as leading man with the mining world. Frccwfcs Di

., IeCes. Blanche Walsh In Clyde Fitch's new fic ;u-d& : II of

One day la 1883 the set out In a DeW play "The Woman In the Case," to be ANIMAL TALES.The 0) .}{orphine i i /

: : black cashmere dread for a lecturing presented at tte Herald Square theater NOT NAllC I
_'_, tour la the Lyons diatrkt. Two weeks New York. Jan 30. broken wing handsome gray .. !r \r 4 4t
Maurice Campbell has completed arrangements eagle which William hewn captured
Ate:: later abe returned to ber scandalized I
$ ;" mother ,minus the drew (la her petticoat through Alice Kauser recently at Daretown, N. J, has been JCr ou;:)- .1&f'i I f

:. ), baring found somewhere to her hereby .be has secured the American pat la splint, and the big bird is recovering, ,f.1,4elaaar : -
rights of "When We Dead Awake" nicely.
journey a pour woman who wu la .stY.I.ob-
need of clothe the last play written by Henrik Ibsen.It Roy Furneli of Wilton. Me., killed a ....-.d In

'''I''' will be given at a Broadway theater bear which was an old one and bad but p ..i.J j
; :..:. Two 'of ber friend met her In the r..IawJi:. i i I
!! ', street one midwinter night shivering la New York early la February. three legs Its right foreleg having been Ih-.s-J. I IOW t,Ii II I

l a suit of rtg*. They prevailed! upon her taken off some time close to the body.It n r. !i Use

"itJfwttb, great difficulty to enter a shop THE WRITERS.The was perfectly healed and furred -

. :' '- where they bought ber a complete new over showing that It had been done along i AMrfcd Remedy

; i German emperor has granted apension while ago. tion.Sour .

$raggel of "-'&j a year to the eminent Two large buck deer fought a duel i Worms. onvuk For Over

! sxr the next day she resumed, the old playwright and historian Rudolf Ge- over the j-ossetAlon of apples la the i w ss and LOsS,.

;:jfj 'clothes and gave away the new. nee, who has just completed hU eight orchard I of David anfortb at PownaUVt

": k While lU was confined to her bed ate letb year, After the battle, which was fierce, facsimile ;

a j,- Ltralloi, in consequence of a wound Bernard Shaw U becoming very popular was ended the winner stayed and finished : & Years

ErP received at the hands of the anarchist In Germany. Tip Iterlia Tage- the apples, and the whipped one NEW ..
,it .< Lucas, Alpbouae Montegqt, a trusted blatt says that -the witty Irishman went for the "woods badly cut up. I

'fi' k friend, went to see her. "\:: lodivlJ- whose name and genius were known tt>
"'1' ual whom be did not know was movIng > only a small circle of readers two years Tree That Sh..l4 r.r Htmt. + t -

s about lu her lodging quite as if he ago has become a king on our stage. Probably the most costly tree In the CASTO RIA
world Is the plane tree, which grows
home. 'Who U iif )
were: at lonuiUIiD4u1rftl Rider Haggard has done a great
In Wood street In tie city of London zXACTCOPY "
many ttdu:a be .kle3 write the stories '

'Ma foil I haven't the remotest through which be U best known to the It occupies space which would bring in p n ,... .
: rental of KHM and this net ca re. an.
r' Y:, lde3,' Louis replied naively 'lie was public. Pack in the twenties he was a capitalized A at thirty per annum years.'purchasegives .CUT.1Lo .............-oon< T"-- ...
out there without shelter la saw lay prominent personage In South Africa-
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a value of *
door a bit ajar be pushed it open, became master of the high court of the Transvaal
In and I let him stay. lie cooks and the man who with Colonel -, -, --- -- .- ---.---
hp his meals In the kitchen; he bunks Brooke hoisted the British flag over AIa.kav GI..rn.Tbp .

there and rarely speaks to me. Try the South African Republic. lIe was number Alaskan glacier big THE

I3t Dot to disturb him more than be dlitorba a mighty hunter In those days too. enough to receive individual names If
accessible to urists U estimated at t I The Motor
Found over a thousand. A Ait
', .' n Car for laiiiKMlkia.
-' : One day she met two children nearly "I n-e Chamberlain's htomvth andUVT .
naked. In the depths of whiter, In Tablet for in
  • ,ttion and find fleets lea Pearl t l.b.r..

    ?+r one of the overpeopled) quarters of that they suit my vase better than any Peep sea rear! fishers do not live '

    London. She took them with her, iij {*lis remedy I have ever tri *i and 1 long. They often have to dive to a that Motes !

    have iiM-d many different reuiediv I am depth of 100 feet or more, and the ,
    = ,; dressed them, but bad not mODeynoqb
    nearly 61 jrarg lIf e.ou and lave suHVmi strain wears them out before their
    K*:,.y i for their shoes. Neverthelessthe a im>*t deal from tndigvttion. I can rat l half From
    lltes ouzUt to >e ovw
    children could not be left that way IthuOIot anything J want tonu* -liwi.V.. ....-
    ta the ,December now. she entered Eoxxy, Lick Vila, Ala." for agile by tt>e;e depths a dUer usually two
    stands alone for dxtrrugth.
    eflieiriifjr jn
    _' a shoe store had shoes fitU-d to their IW (CJ'U13 l'hauu.hCv. oyster shell each "trip.
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    feet and then told them to leave. Aftar #
    No I'iir slum.
    they had gone she explained the COLLEGE AND SCHOOL.The "F, years fee *a.' all. r In.H.lln It has jtU'iity! of metal and it Ii

    state of affairs to the shoe dealer, accepting u.>u-iv''writes. t.1illlwtt:>., \ .-tb>.i:aa "SrS ilW4f whtTi- dot's the ino,t J'ood.l
    t the of her charitable numlr of American colleges baa
    \ "I had
    : swindle. Her moral Influence, -rea-ed by half and the number of .:t.stiii: 21 tuuwr'a tertiine\\ IK-H ism fib ut! Hid('tnt, ,kM It !t" perfect in de"hu and) "orl.IU .

    however, ws o great over those who students doubled: within a decade. BudI.Irn t"a"In': ('11'.d sur Jij',:tl-! ht' IU IUI\hI I'.

    .= come in contact with her, ber charity Tie Reno university of Nevada baa j'I 1M>'I 1 for turns aid nil! M>'h. ski d ,'-'ii>- Eatery EH'rJtbiu mean Miiiiethiug
    Only ?:. at lad (irks! Phanuuc Easy ;
    j L so contagious that the man. InsteadOf decreed that student who miss drillsand -- -..- -.. Scud for catalogue.
    getting ugry, was fascinated and di not pass In military tactics will
    ire Loop aketi.Looitim --------- -
    looplae on
    thanked Ixwtse Michel for waking him not get their degree

    abare In her charitable act Walter Alien Nice's patriotic anthem ; the l oti hVevs, a feat never Bridgeport Machine & Motor Co.
    before attempted, will tip one of the BIll'
    -1 National Paean. I* being adoptedby dgepoIlt
    Treat attractions at the annual tournament
    UP TO DATE ESKIMOS. many public schools. It will toe of the skt-o riders America to Bridgeport Coon
    thlldrvn la Cleveland
    sun, by.11)
    low ; be held in Ishooiln.;. 11 kb... on Feb. 22,
    /tar .f ( & A..s a Daeaof next Memt/rial dsj.A .
    the St Louis 1'cnt ILpatch. {
    AI.I. I.U.dtr.. an encouragement to school children says F N HITCHCOCK & CO. Agents, Tituiville, Florida
    Heretofore wild tlasl-i's down long.
    A band of eleven Eskimos from in thl'lr.Utnthtut'e .
    to tl1 e regular and punctual snow cohered indices ending with a -- _..
    the Aleutian Islands recently passed at school the Surrey county
    of from 75 toy> feet
    _; through 8 Jthe. \% ash, on their way KugUnd) education committee has Lave thrilling been leap the main features of the .' lt* 6 = -Wi The climate of the East Coat of Floridais i

    home from the St. I-wui exposition, attired *
    divided to give them picture! postcardsbearing
    annual tourney, but now a still more nearer perfection than that of
    in the garments of civilization. \ew$ of places of historic and any
    hazardous undertaking is to be added.
    and two of the squaws were taking lot-a inlen! in the country.CONGRESSIONAL 'on Thompson. a ruemter of the I hporaln other place on earth 4444! f'Y
    .. back sewing machines to I* In..t\lii'J .
    !'k{'(> (club U firm la the belief
    la their ice huts to sUi"l.1tnl the bone CUTS.A .
    that a skee. ridi-r may *.4coefully loop
    needle and gut thread with which they
    the lu. p After ron.utatlon wttb Henry -

    3y have U-cn wont to sew. thvlr garments goml 1114 uy coiigrcssin-n are cum Hul.t an engineer;: he has dwklodon

    says the Seattle Tott InteUigenoer. Ou pUi&iu that they cannot 11\e in Wahla the outiiue of the loop HU plan Ig

    the down trip the party conk not appreciate ,.ton on tie salary of $5.'M a year calls for a nn;.: twelve feet In helsht 1 ,

    a I**!, and all slept! on the wui<.b Untie Sam allows tLeiu Of *i;

    f1 )r.ow they take to toe tv-U u should! bill r-rovidlnff: for ..
    eounie. the % >,"' Plant to lie n.l.rJ Vvr nee.. iVf.AH *.-?
    i naturally a* they do ta M>al oil ou their an hll'rtaU to pa"s they will all This Ira the t"b<'i ers of roliradiwill .., M1r .
    native heath and, ttrao;e as It may \\ (
    reMsn.lUilj exi-.'r.xeat with a new plant
    teem none of them Is hoiue irik, and There U not a single l concreMon lll i which L4 heretofore l-ten fHn Uttl L'(4, -:_ .l.lJ

    all are anilous to return to the United ..trirt In the country which<< will not'' attoDtl !'n the prmlaotlon: of twney !'if : L 'S \IIt, t

    !4 State .IVTW with Speaker t'ann'n that ecooiw 4 i says lie Denser lU'publtcan The sew 1"1 Fugh iI1G(} fc"Otfiioiul
    of tie articles tL.'it1"1 takes ...* !
    .ty is desirable! Nhtie boSdlnc: firmly plant ii a tfU of tt* r,ha,*!:! It U iVS<
    the bend man of the party is
    back by to the pcwltk ttit its own claim a blue flower frowteg on vlue It

    s .t.ft'li hat lie saw 1'reakirut tI r>on the treasury are too rea:oj)abJi thrives on the western store By plant V \\tri 1mI :
    bixh silk hat atu. '
    wt-ariag a
    Booecvelt rhsoiZT! Inter Ocean. St'fOtt certain of the
    r- 1" disputed! :: tus tie at a season
    4f world's fair and when laid that year 5* *ai d':'c*.>T<"ed that th.. plant ,' 71; 1 Nfjf.teh : -

    It was the prt-skle&t who wore It L* at .,ppl.... would tile, Frog on this aide of the &\/V' I ,, f/ .
    131* In I
    cooiuali-slcix\l Mr Bales to go -
    once Appka contain a gmxlly quantity of raCft. It J* ****nttslv a demon slant -: C '

    l-.- and buy him lUll'1 become tie Iron in the pnwrrise'I t n..l thn that V trie* or ur-4"rimt'Uta t'OMu..tfd lent \**t .j
    he with l Wm
    of the chieftainship, oa4
    t dignity : l
    make it easily assimilated by tte eaten year rrovwl that by proper" -uitlvitioa -
    the hat state occasions. The t
    ly wear on
    of this fruit the yields aa rxcrpttooallj highgtade
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    ; four children are sUo dressed In kaickerbocken. 0 of coney t

    K shoes aDd stxklags and are No ]Mar Staunch Trvutlf .. \ [
    very proud of their American garb.Btrtl All sl-Wicb tr-.iqUe u rrtnot...i bv the :M&bt WK lUr Terror ?:--- \ 1J/i41 .-... -
    U-,' of Kt>t.)1 l !)}*pei4 ('ur*. It gma I /' I -- '- -
    1 wIU\.1 lU.zb nearly a: t.y's t.rate.llr k ?d:
    Mail shet..u.ach wrf..t rr t tf dtats.hit'IQt41.sthc.ollie = -
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    ('I.e. It"plrgrte >f 1&g i in'
    th t therex e' Mseh'aai.iThe !
    t doubted a
    It caooot really "
    angina, lo ii. .I'J 0'>111.1 hanlicrl ear
    are various specie* of bird who** oarriag reat.trre h..1 the hctkle' 'lD)4dI up the.)t.dy t..hh! the Y'.Q.I..n' rr'-t ..'..- .. I lia-1 nn.1mrt1 ; e it fad over a far greater helot I 1Iio.i.! t. bl-OC'k t a'>fa!.s .. II I .
    'l have so dtet Tccrerlf *t*" t.\1I1 Cmt ct Cr i. ttt V jTUil fua. .f tl rtatlr} trUxUry is ,
    :--, than that tnerrly of the nesting fezsoo. fully and skit bkar hot '4'f", rb: "
    K- l'l ih' *> !* (tire. J IikftMlte > Frohn.,
    Long Ufore the cotic; sensoreEa ltf"'.. a rot>.\ i ,{&)Iict" viva: "I ll rlirtw'. + fllr, "'.'T" Jl 'I, tt 'c 15DU5 RlfEK, LIKE MOL'TH *ij ULtCi5111J10BIIU \ tare {

    see the goldflnelca in pi Irs, kenF heartburn and fotoU'a>.hSI tmuNe f. r ,"'R;!!! I>r K : 5'* Xr'" r"i''lJ'N11'.. itsme n-.:5.4 frs Jka.arW. via tae
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    and l..d 5 It 8..t. ""
    after It has ended one *v. the blue ut Ii .e v f.lf ur m-la ha bit the !' ., ernr.Ibk 1"1 .. EAST COAST
    tutriy Rllrart.rtd (e. 111ft< .J. j
    mice la pairs.Ular. ; e'l ass net sbe:; to eat far 'ix .
    .. 'ii inn.*. H"rrchiti sn.i a"' I* r Ir' -..
    .tea rle tiredsnrrly on .nlut.'r
    ant>.* troi U'' IVwT It II' fn J
    > !. 'I.u&"ha. Aftrrtaktntt.. buttk' of K Tnt t.<"r' f* v flt lvA I r>_ ,r rI .
    ,d.ei Ih*;*' Cm 'P sat f'ntiTV"Y
    Wine in 11..Jt"" .1 to ,tai cs.rri'1 tJ !.-u,'r d '"h. 11<)* fats \ art\? ,r J :- Bp {
    OUrLrt at F'tnchat ia goai.*:&* by the ,; '
    .- 1 hrthh I 1"1> glik OIlS v K

    peauuts.Mildew. ""t't.. Iflltanl iU I' N."i i K. i 1 CASTORIAfor I Jor
    .: -- -- ---- '''r>... Pharm"'t ntnH\. K* <.* .'

    \-.- Mnol"., l't-&rtJ.-,. Ice,. tis lsr.; ('( A. F *'4u.p I&fisU and Children.M A
    > / the m.t dl &i } .I
    U one .ta-H. \I.nn.
    I f lain to remove. nub well with i tmtsn i 'J.'O'Ae n. Yea Hue Atop Bc&bI ,- ot w.suri wo,..... Gel or IIUtds., Iwa ay of t

    then apply a paste of chalk and OA ralas.ta ttatrtLe. Ml IUd bfor..tta&. elk..e !

    .,I .. soap water, and pet; the article ta the sun M.'s t:. l'un $l'! Beers the I. L ,ulon. I. PUG wtTV, J.B.XUUU, !. <
    .<. ;; jLfter two. 'cr three appllcattoy tie I r :;;;; u l, 66..tuo of i 'S.rterft s .......... Yodo--... *.fc.... ,

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    R iH Iua!! taattscrosxrS. !p. and ilrs. Bambo mod f milj are i ,* .... & Co.I rN NI.v.< '
    Ia&e ani tall d their home on U* boat'*. I UCMftU. It.
    tard. Tbf from their home in I ,- .. ._
    came I .............._ FIRE INSURANCE143aItc.N |
    Mr. H. W. Hattbevt aDd funny, dBasootor I FURS ctoTITUSVILLE.W A't'.a'rON9 -

    Ohio, are' late arriralj and are 1 lid HUM.ble FLA,
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    snojly domiciled their new home is I ....- Reprveeot'.Bf the following i h'tiAbI.t corn panir.! :
    oath Bockledfe. I UTU.POOI. a Loa Gtoaa co. nsj cs's rvso ixscm.vsat ox
    rvr nrtiis'teaesit, aaa4 lt w$7 BrkbYX sportsman, and bia nephew, Petty nu tsx'xixct co PCXSSYlTjUUa UWaAM,"'* 4kITXA
    Mr. L. W Battenfleld
    u shipping home .. '
    bandsman flU L'lCI.UQ co. cxoaiUA Roar ouxai co.BfVUixiiacsaMOt
    u bis
    Ragan right alt
    atTotraalleajtTsehae6ip on tripe
    'rk fine grapefruit this week frown on shad I C'Q:'TUI--r.u..nnu5tlLL.waro. ix*. co. _J
    ; : trees on the street in front of hit ren* oat shooting. ftfXI jxsrwsct co. or x. T. soiwtca Batas flu ixa co.Bjurmuw lruL'tti
    dence on Barton aTtooe. W. R. Roescb'i cottages are nearly mil mat LVH u>nc co. )o'U&nn.Uusa c4 sis: i
    : L ; Then tore sot many dancen at the taken br the season. There are two or SURETY BONDS and LIFE INSURANCE. 1
    c.rtand Mrs.(X J. loin are happy .
    hop Tuesday ot&ht.. three borne yet open to the touristy Far- .rmMl.wmNMY1.\WH..YM.'hY..IJIJIJ.... 1
    over the prospective ttaitof their twodauzhwn .
    fi81 EdlA Mercier, of ties who wish a winter residence can still
    from Iowa who epected .. J
    are ---
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    ,' a gees or y,.. E. Eo GrioK at > be aooom tattd.
    the latter part of this week. u..nSP&1TC1URD. W. )(. BOW, Tlo.1'reeidut
    sot Hottee. UOOeboatnnd launches were kept iaEu WINSTON & .
    C Services at the chapel] on Sunday room.irjjjr .
    Oar town wit never so lively as now.Everybody Gallie's safe harbor during; the heavy

    s ,",k b2 bat got: a rm-1l on them ands and evening the were cold veil wave.attended Rev. hailpreached notwithstanding norther of the past week. The harbor Is INDIAN R'ST TE BANK l lCO'tTN'IY
    basinet moves right : more appreciated every season by yachting
    two good eennoni.
    yr Mr. and and M.... F. C. Outline are men and owners of sailing craft : JE 'OSSTU.'RY. '
    Mr. and Mra. W. H. Blair, of New
    ; tetlo at their old borne on Cocoa Heighu.Mra. Mrs Treutler celebrated her birthday ABthoris Capital-lttw.t-oo.oo i
    i north for haven, Conn., are visiting Mr*. Blair'siarnats .,.. ...__...
    'x ; k Qutt&e spent the summer Wednesday by giving a dinner to a few op UpiUl. *.f OiUOO t
    fir, and Mrs. C. W, Bake! lw, .hel'a&po.It.L..._....-.. .lyiW.OOOOO
    the first time in several yearn. of her intimate friends. A gUtnpm of
    e at their lovely Indian river home In Rock TRANSACTS A
    Mia Elms Hoghlett who returned to the table<< would show what can be done i

    R { Stetson recently, U reported as ill with ledz e.Sonlr. ic Florida daring the!! winter wuou. Mrs.TrwitWr Oeoeral Banking Business. i-

    ' f cold. Her friend sincerely hepe it U KTTioej at the dew Rxkkdge' was the recipient of many gifts Largest and Oldest a
    tie U able next Sunday night. These services are and reminders of the her cirCM '
    L3 nothing serious and that now day by large Bank on the Itlifr.Exchanw -
    one of the features of the hotel and can
    f M4 to rwime her studies. ; of friend Bought and Sold on All
    well theguert.
    be enjoyed by the public as as
    ; ; The Wise Guys give another hop at .. ;We are sorry to announce the death of Foreign Countries

    t TSt .' the opera house this (Friday) evening Mrs J. B. Adamson Youngstown, ratronaje apprvcuted. Prvmpt service,
    Hon. J. H. Derby and family of Xew petite trutut'Dt.1I4 every favor eotuuUntwitbcouwrvatiTe ,J
    id be Ohio The rtmams of both
    aod without doubt there w a large on Tuesday. banking cmtlrd.COEKEhPOXDEXTS v ,
    attendance a* the TitnaviUe orchestra is York, arrived recently and are occupying mother and child were taken to Ohio by ; ,h ,
    music. the Merwin cottage, Led."'emore, They the bereaved husband. Mr. Adanison '
    booked to furnish the Empire Trust (''mI'U1.1\, FlorMa
    . with were accompanied by Miss Ftewart of and Mrs. Gabriel have the sincere sympathies Bank A Trust I'omiwny,Jack>nvill<,t1a.TITUSVILLE. i
    tT : }Jr. W, G. Patterson, along some
    Sew York also! of the whole in their
    ,- islanders, went to Jacksonville Monday community' 11
    ': to Attend the Grand Lodge, F. and A. M. )Ir. and Mrs. W. J. Duncan and sore bereavement J_ Y FLORIDA.y
    < incident for daughter, of Sew York are late arrivalsin The schooner Run Marie Latin
    It ban almost nnheardof Capt.
    + W. G. Patterson to lake in outing. We Rocking. Mr. Duncan is a commission in command was in Eau: Galhe harboron PENNEY & BRANNING, r ri
    man and handles a great deal of Indian While here Mers Xaeth-
    Sate afraid be will get hilarious. Tuesday j jf i

    ;. A very ROOd congregation greeted Rsv.W river fruit. ing, Valentine and LaRuacli ? \ea gramophone TITUSVILLE 1

    !; ?, F. Allen at the Sunday evening service Mr. and Mrs Louis Herring, of/Brooklyn ooiuvrt, which was much enjoyed ,.,. '
    at the M. E. church. Mr. Allen X. Y., are again domiciled in their by many of the unpeople. During the

    lass made a good impress km and without beautiful new cottage on Indian river evening the gentknieii entertained a few

    doubt will build up his church here most i avenue. They have t-a their guest Mi.seMoreley friends to a ruusa-ale in the cabin of the Fashionable! Clothiersa

    preceptibly. It needs an awakening. I of Kichnwnd Hill, X. Y. yacht. Cpt. Lafhn's inimitable recitation :

    Old Boreas sent huge waves daihin? upon I Forty of the help for Hotel Indian River of tie Irish cobbler was a treat toitself. ,

    i F. oar shores on Sunday at a furious rate I arrived Monday evening and more followed I and Gents' Furnishers

    .; {J, and made U unpleasant be abroad and on Tuesday. Everybody about The card club met at the residence of ( b tJj

    navigation unsafe. The wind fortunately ..the hotel! and grounds are hustling to Mrs I. (i. Gilbert ou Thursday eveningof r _"" ___ -

    r i shifted to the northwest thus! presenting have everything in reading for th. last week. A full compliment of memo* The queen Duality Shoe for hdit, U the

    1 ? ., a freese as predicted on Saturday night opening on the 21st. hers was present and the usual routine of lIIo"t, stylUh and durable hi the world lu
    & buftln&a carried through. The next meet- r ..t..
    Dr. J. 0. SooSeld, with two other men, Barton avenue is tlwwd with music L'\I addition keep tliefumuuiKdwiuCUpp: aDd
    R lUg will be at the residence of Mr. and
    was crowing the river to Merntt Monday three stirring times. Two IlralDa )"onl"t', Mrs. Harry Hodgson when prizes will be .. ('ro.: 'ett Shwn. All high rUv good. to U
    A and the two men were overcome ith gas pianos, organs and orchestra praitict-8 .....
    aw arded those holding the highest MIntlt'r .!' fouud here. Manhattan hlrts, K A; iV. Collars .
    in the being .
    from the engine launch they and concerts make the avenue quite met.Mpolitan ,
    of joints. This club is a source of
    Stetson and Kuox Hats
    -, in a closed cabin. The doctor diauvercdtheir t'bJtrt'jally'htJn the !grind or.gan .
    pleasure and amusement to throe
    condition and had to make the and monkey put in aa apIlt'arance.Ik great

    I landing himself and get them ashore. E. 0. Bartlett of Providence. w ho are Us members. Anything and everJtbiog else tbat )
    lie had a serious time bringing them to. ;
    U. I., who is passing bin winter in Il .ck< SiiapU Cold. .
    i Mrs W. G. Patterson entertained the ledge, has been doing a little gardening Cease to be simple if at alt prolou d. ua/i ) men wear Jon can bay here. J t

    ladies of the Palmetto club at the residence for nerd and pastime and is making asuccess The wfetst way is to put them aside at

    ? of Mrs. L. U. Chatfield, Kockledge, scribe from the very beginning. Ballard'a Hure- W'lUlL ORDERS SPEOIUT soucnto,
    as can testify sample -
    hound and
    ' f' f i' on Tuesday afternoon. The ladies always of lettuce and radishes. SyrUP stopsaould remervsthecawe f
    s "tender crisp of colds. 2oc.,50c. and (1.00 -- -- ..
    c k _. f 1 report a good time. The of club Avilah turn Thanks! bottles at lied Cruns Pharmacy. r-'YC 1"T5 ."f'........,!r'f .... .rT:..._ ...._t J r"l..._ J......tJ""f.'ft.......... .-(-'Ct......,-J ..
    : their dues into the coffers the --
    i Mrs A. J. Foster and daughter Miss t'
    r M I library a ain this year. The club ha.+ WHITt C1TT.Mr 1
    Marian Foster, of Philadelphia are 10- BEESCUYLER
    " given about seventy-fhe dollars in all to Geo. Beck shot the finest deer 01 -
    rated with MrsL H. ChattirTd! and are
    a the library. Why don Cocoa' herwlf, the tenon recently.
    delighted with their surrounding. Mr*. & WILSONABOUT
    get a similar club and have a good
    I. up Mr and Mrs. Oleaon entertained Mr.
    Fooler is a sitter of Mr. Jno. Kendii,
    i time also and by the same method help who purchased the Col. Travis grove at and Mr*. Mutton Friday evening
    the library to gather funds! for the news
    Bonaventure last fall. )Ir. Larson hii lrwfue: happy owner -
    building so much needed and for hick FIRE and LIFEINSURANCE
    a the Avilah president is eo earnestly The sacred conrrrt !given by the New of Mr. Fnpp'u pretty gray borne.

    Korklediw orchestra in the parlor* of that .\ few select ladies enjoyed delightful
    striving Help the good work along.
    delightful hofttkiry was greatly appreciatrd cu lee with )1 1'1. Fraosen ta-t Friday.
    " Mr. Chat W.Schoonmaker entertained
    " by tie guests and otliers\ Thi excvllent > The work of the drainage: under the ci
    a number of friend at the home of his
    . ,. orchestra will furnish music fur supervision of Mr. Clyatt, is pngnssing
    parents, Capt and Jim C. J. Schuon-
    the Sunday evening fcong services, the! nicely.! TITUSVILLE, : FLORIDAJ

    _ maker on Palmetto ave., Friday eveningof first of which will foe on next Sunday Mrii. Lun.nt left for Chicago Saturday
    k. ) therntt'rtain-
    t last aa *** "
    evening coimneiicit 1.g at :o'clock.. to vuit her daughter' Mrs. Latin, of that VJuJl5l
    e ment provided and the new Victor talking
    machine made inspiring music to induce )Ir. and Mri Jno. McCardle,of Philadelphia I. plan. =

    a whirl in the mystic mare. The arrived Tuesday for a short! Uy at Mrs I Keistrr left for FernandmaiKfda. W t'tJ. R. Wil.KEIi H K MK'IL

    machine gave fine selections during the the New Rockled, hoU-1 They were in ... alter a few weeks' visit I.t'reith JOHN R. WALKER & CO.,

    intermissions and the happy hours tie* that wreck which ctacrredon the (;wr- her mother, Mrs. GutUNtn.Mr .

    by unheeded until "time to go home" gia Southern and their ba/tfue rmmeihrvxi .\, J Lez was out to N'e his grove Titusville, Fla. ,

    w a* announced by some of the elders w hot ) h in a deinoraliz! condition. I U>t Thursday and l his sin.e thin t had

    "looked on" and enjoyed the mu$ic. Ouvof the trunks had 1 to.b* .lemd of nearly an!) the fruit gathered.

    Home made candie and lemonade were blvd stains before it left the depot. And now Mr. littm has obtained J i DRY GOODS

    and Tube They were unharmed, however, save the t
    on tap appreciated. prtaentwere I,j3wtaioi of another liorne to rvvlaiv he ,
    Mrs. S. F Travis and daughter, siuxk and were very thankful to sore ,
    ... one that died a lion time a p., but found
    Ii Ktelyn: and liu-cv, Miss Kdiu; Travis cupe that t.e could not take the plan ->t Jut

    )1... A. S. Dixon sod daughter, Miss Rut Lluloif uu tArtb. in ta mend a' ieat.Correspondence. CLOTHING J
    Marguerite, Mr. J. L. Wilaon anti dan h-
    > Henry I>. ll !IJ ill in, upt i.-"ty Ua M| on pages 1 and 5 ,
    ter, Mina .Alliene Mewrs. 0. K. Key, Works, >hu...\l>urg.Vw.t wr.te "4I | ""I
    Jerre. Dixoa and Prof. It f: WaUcVK, Lave tried man ktii>!$ uf l UnimenU.. t.t ; : -
    ilji GENTS'
    the host amt ho t *4 the l-aruin have never rt'f't'tH..J ranch -ntfit: unto I FURNISIIIHGS
    used Italiard's! snow .
    Liniment for rheuniatim
    and his estimable wife--aad couiv$
    f and pains I.think it the bet ?
    III.Q.UA plendid time" was the general hmment on earth" :,)1;., 5lV. and |) OJbottle AyersAy

    _. e dlct at Ked Crux Pharmacy SHOES
    II' --- - -- I s4 J
    The freatest syttein renovator. Ri!- Kit' UlLUK. '
    t, ihrt'tf'iL lltJ, regulates the '
    liver and stomach If 1-xky Mocntisn C. C Pin 1'\'Y is shipping oranges\.) his Cherry Pectoral

    t Tea fails to: cure get your moriry back. friends. quits iicklirg; throats hacking t MILLINERY {

    That's fair. 35 rents, tea or :ablvt! .lei Have you Nl'Jpltltt.e new Indian ncr coughs pin in the lungs.It ; ,

    your drugist. ,aickfl fish preiA-vd by B. F Trrtf relieves congestion sub-

    KOCKLE1K2L.W :. Faa ialhtf ts fi l tiilirg up with to'r.t* !
    )1M.tamH rl Hall. J. J. Wbitean.1 ta-r.k (tunri'it! the Mrno: b-.tei reporta CherryPectoral

    : I. W. lUtiecfield vifsted Titusnlle onTuesday. lame infiai of g7reta.Ret. .

    S. I>. Dy, of Nitford, held .,r, - --- .... '
    ; _'_ : -:- ::::::. _: .:: T ;-
    Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Coleman, of 't. .vice in H Johns church sauday. Then

    Luoii are a iin at their cuCiforUbie! t senior will beoa the fifth ScnJay dues inflammation. It heals We want your palroaage. 4.

    _' j quarters at The Plea Jan. *AhDr strengthens. Your doctor will
    Our aim U to ))!*&*. YOU. 1
    i The I'altseUu dab will meet with Mrs S. C Hud oa has l-rrn min explain this to you. He knows

    CKreola terrier, on Indian River avenue daily pr&ie=eioca! vir.ta to Slet>Kjnw for ail about this cough medicine. New, Up-to-Date Good ia ovary :.

    Txwday of out week. the past IM days. Tbtdoitur wiU s-a -W..-sit.4:r ..... a At tWU ..ri.ri ka DcfTJ.b.V tW1<<&11aMr Lino.

    Master Wm. McOady kA the first of be ia her new oSivs. I Dtat- A Wt reaa ts eea+"..J.tew.uN atN.ra ups.x.u&ne.we. .ti'tai. t.J-

    the week Ail fcLand acd is BOW a *ta- if r.snd Mrs Roddisoa, who were they! &::1 .....,.,..!..... I"t....1ttt;:: v.:.. Mail orders e&lve pf.aipt tad '

    '" dent at Stetiua unirenaty.Mra C rtU IfrdiM River Ian,are now cosily for careful attention ,!:

    D. P. Merwia and Mr*. MxyGillrU. fcttkd in lhrtr Dew UxtarUt, htJt u. Weak Throats

    : of MU&trd, (bnu.. arrived Moo- moral u YJA Gtlius nver ,

    day act are stopping at Uw New Kock- Cut. H. W. Perry U truing the qru.idaily. Ajer's Pigs| aid reco.erj. JOHh.WALKER & CO. Tilnsvllle Fla. ff f

    lt+des Doti!. Tb coIoGd: i.t a outt i ti.ld Purely t'.g.tabt., g.reuy latatie.R ,



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