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:
February 3, 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:
002071719 ( ALEPH )
34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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Preceded by:
Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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4L rXXY. FLA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1905. NO. 41.mmmmi ,.- '11<. '

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..,-; ,,.!. -Some of the' oflo.Ing report Intendedfor C CIIREI1lOchl mm. KLINE'S. BUS Of 1 UCf IJ I OOSSIP. .

iwfatMt TkiaVAN .. ... iwbUcaifata In:Tea Star lad week MOSDAT, FzasciKT 6White l00 _
tyai0are.t *( Irk ... .. ., Ntat It Giac Ow Is Cwvrwwt Erewta .f t..
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fr-Silfi-;if"j' ;> ...... sere delayed In traastnuskw.. aid Allot TttwavOl. bed spreads honeycomb, wash' ; r rtfjt4 la Brief. fil i. !

&Dr1Iiner aloe destist. will'be b TitosffleFebTwy6di. tit L.da; 11r ed and hemmed, ready for use in splendid
.. v Geo.! \\ &.obit" arrive yesterday Oysters in
t'Yt-rYltt. and
Marseille for full sized beds
;* From Si. Locie river the I : pattern, quantity '
> comet report: !
.' "- '. Gjnaidenhle morning from Norfolk to spend a few splendid value at $t 75, special .J. F. E. 0. Groetl'9.
I:lbirtmtat'of Cakf,, Bread damage has been done by weeks in Titnsville with his family. All linen table damask 64 indies wide j Mr. T. N. Decker i I _
the cold wave. All pines showing bloom excellent patterns worth 73 cents,special has returned from i
t r iii PureatT.L C. Grocery.
Citrus nork
(oasbedded) kilted, all the apple in any grown on high pine land. 49 Dente; alto one lot 72 inches wide, the Canaveral club quarters, where he {

,,D1r&;: KB. Wager<< arrived home Moo- state of maturity likewise. This means Indian River Nurses*, established ISSfi! worth $1.00, special C9 cents. has been house' carpenter for the put .{
;aAernooa/ from costa Fend ft, and Beat quality of lorwdak yard wide 1! .... .
.r:day: a short.. to reUytim the loss of m&ft1.bDDdft'dt of 'crates r catalogue Toledo West two months. t_ j -
1"f' 'f in Palm Beach. yards for f 1.00.
living Savannah. which were practically: ready for the An excellent quality of cambrir, 10 Red Craw Pharmacy has just rawed }

:,. ?.Call' beUt,'cracker Jar _ad'AD exquisite market. Many of the plants are frozen )Ir. and Mrs Bird from New Jersey, Jaflor a1.0O.Embroldenes. a new invoice othand mirrors, handsome ,

-.IlnigosonvealigadeoI all description the damage to which cannot as yet be de- who have been lPf'nJifJllume time at almost one half oftht'ir.jmovenirgood*, handkerchief and glove 1 t

J if; 'have just been received at the Bed Cross termined. The lowest temperature was Shsrpes stopped off here Saturday on widths regular and value designs., in endless assortment of j I I boxes. Beautiful liner of gaud t 1 :

; :Pbansacy. S°rees Thursday morning.Jenaeif their way north. White pique in fine cord, worth 50 Call at TitnaviHe Livery, at rm of

:;: )'or "the,, medidne thHtor eid.boardi; ; I...... We have the finest line of toilet soaps cent, special 23 cents Bobbins' law office, for *IliaL! rigs i i

.fi ,> J. W, Whiskey is preeminently ever offered on the east coast Prices LadieV oxford, the well known mateo Leave _
Harper reports as follows: Cannot ay Krippendorf d: IHttman, made of an your orders for hauling, both doable f

.." tbe family whiskey-none better. 'Sold as anything definitely about the pines, range from 10 rents up to as high as $1.00 excellent quality of vid kid, patent leather and single. J. M. 0-ban, proprietor.

,by.R.,!. Motlow and F. A. LoaIey.r but to all appearances all good pine under per cake. Red Cross Pharmacy.Mr. tips Cuban heel, also same in commonsense Mr. G. G. Howard J
'x Judge Jones spent several days the first sited are not hurt much bat those l J. L Gtrruthers will move his 1.69,, all worth stzea.f2 25, at a special price off charge of the Southern Expire resigned office his at :.

i :pert of the wsk. in Titusville and, incidentally in the open seem to b tally frccted. barber chop to the email office recently We will also place on sale another lot of this place, and the company has senta

...: WM looking after tbe Improvements Orange* on trees are not hurt at alL occupied by Dr. Dixon, at the rear of the about 50( pain, made of the tat quality young man from Onnond, "fill the ;

:a. being made to bit residence in Mango and Avocado pear trees, veryten- meat market as soon u the same can be of vici ki), positively worth HOU, at a taking efltct vacancy
Sunbeam.: der were not damaged. Extremely dry fixed op. special price of$219"Ladies'
t; tan Russia calf oxfords made Mrs. Lola Banks of
I Macon Ga.
Mr. Orlando A. Quartcrman Jr., expects i weather prevented a lot of damage. Lowest Mr. C. F. SaethSng and party returnedto in blucher tyle, Goodyear ..el" positively Saturday afternoon for visit, arrived -

to "go to Charleston in a 'few dayswhere thermometer 24 degrees. New York city Sunday after having avery ''I worth !100, at a special price of|2 U9, her friend the editor's a with
wife 1...
s alert! same style in ,icllan. .
he has accepted a position M surf Key WMU pleasant marooning and hunting expedition
WM Savannah
Ladles' umterekirts, mad. of the beet bot retunmi Monday
man in the life saving station on Sulli From Key West we get the following of several weeks the Banana .
It up quality of black ami eilk: with a 1% inch on account of her friend's visit here.Mr. .
van's island. items from the Advertiser, published last river. )Xaethingwill be down here seeonlion pleated rnfiie, full width, you .
a Otto Voas
Saturday: again (in March. 011\.1 t have lo pay $2.00 for this skirt *t of Enterprise, was in
Mr. P. A. )f..Millan of Eau Gallic,
r town
the ht- inning of the at this tale Saturday on his to
the duties of The weather here has been very cold MrVm. P_._ _Franklin._ _, nf__ rLl'lfAlLl'1toll.______ -'Uoo. ,. way Miami
who soon enter upon as- n.n n. .illY. .i_ i.,,,, .-- .." ...L'.. ..k.._. _. .
[I t x senor of taxes spent a part of Sunday lately, but we still stand at the top of the N.)'., editor and publisher of the Union, 11'e: still have shout 200 patterns of louD- f rifr..G- Zipf.a'a Mr. p Vow I.. -w-:

aDd Monday in Tltusville' and gave THI class for climatic advantages as the tweet a weekly newspaper of that town, with dM'i goods to "," lect from etch as fine accompanied I
fi8ru office pktwnl call. I temperature officially registered here was his wife, was in Titusville I last week, their Mfi'*. hnm-lclmh, nun's veilings and who a young friend uf bit
41 and a'Oh..ll\ etamineg, in all the leading expetis to rr !ide iu Miami.
degrees Wednesday Thursday.
Beautiful, selections to leather good first visit to the LaodofFloweriin 13 ..llIhlnt. At one-half of regular value and The I

tad burnt wood work have Jut been received I The harbor has been strewn with frozen years. Monday they left for poinUdown in some it.lI.1UW lem than haf.! Fete 4th next attraction 8atanlay evening, I

fish on account: of the cold wave which the river in the sailboat Dawn. THE: B.IVH' Inure mats made of tine quality at the Tiluaviile opera house,
the Red Croat Pharmacy. An
s. at of English ...,' for 00 will be the well known
struck the state a few days ( cents fl.Wand rural comedy Si
;, ago. Oran acknowledges of
li all that Is asked. You amY' receipt a pleasant
inspecilon $1 23 was the regular price.Mail I Plunkard as }
From the above it would appear that presented by J, C. Lewis
be lore to purchase theee novelties. orders promptly filled on any of I
callA supported hy his
Key Weet is below the frost line and the above is. big comedy company in
concert will be given in the goo
Shipment of new J005 model Barnes that the fish mentioned most have drifted opera Jrtirs KLI.VE his new version of the well known laughing
IJ house next Friday Feb. lOtto by local
K .bicycle, made by Pop Manufacturing some forty or fifty miles in less than two Titnjville Fla. niccrss Si Pionkard. The company
taleut, to conclude with farce called"A
./ :' :company, ]lust received by the Indian days time to that harbor from the colder is noted fur carrying the finest orchestraof
: Dinner the be
up proceeds to
f..r: Biter Music House. Theee np-to-date sections further north where ice was GORTON'S MINSTBZLS. any company on the road.
for the benefit of the Prozreesive Culture
t' r vheeto will be eo'd fur $25.00. Beet formed. Gorton's minstrels tlayed to a packed
.. club. It has been hinted to us that the BURNT TO DEATH.
equipment throoghont. Kloadlk house Wednesday, night These popular

f. Neither the orange groves nor the fruit I musical part of the programme will consist artist always draw a fall attendance of the A white man by the name of John
i Dr. J. M. Dixon and wife and daogh- : of shout ten numbers! of a very high
on the trees owned by Judge M. S, Jones I' theatergoing people Titusville. We Griuir, about years oil, a native of
Mlaj Rose left the I
ter, : Bigeiow, on early order. The admission ha been placed
doubt if Sam pee and Jake have England, wan burnt U dratb in
and Mr. E. W. Hall situated west of.the Welby > a small
last for Jackson
rain Friday morning 50 for
cute reserved !!t'atlj general aduiis-
Sebastian river awl very nearly nurround- any superiors as Bones and Tambo and holes in which he lived at Turubull on
ville, which will be their future home. 8ion 3:cents children 25 cenU. Reserved
ed by lake, were injured by the recent ; in musical) specialties M<-*.-I'I. Joe Norton Tuesday night/ ahout lOJ) o'c'od. The
The bee t wishes of their many Titasville sale at Penney A Brannin/s. The concert .
them. cold: wave. The lowest point the thermometer and ire are immen! The solos and building waa owiivd by Mr. Pritrhrlt,
friends goXth will at 8 o'clock
!- commence sharp.
registered.. 27) degrees and quintette singing! were fully up to the an.l Grimes occupied it at a free laborer.

: Mir.V.. II. McFarland, with hi. twointimate only remained there a very start while.Kocktcdf SI PLUNKARD COMING.The standard for w hich there people are noted. His body was found in the rums right

\ .. friends, the )lftIIII... Bell, from .. The own: song were especially good, here his nn 'hal Un, not more than

,{fn.JUll1but'. Ohio, (one of whom was down great impersonator of Yankee both Welby and faro making a big hit in nix ft fr ru an open fire place. low
winter arrived last week left The freeze has o,me and gone and the charmer, J, C. Lewis, supported by a
r here last ) three original and up tonlate ai-leiiions the fire Urtedi i. nut known, but deceased

t: Saturday .on the sloop Why Not, cart groves look U if they had been scorchedby grand double (company to appear at and in their fide splitting ketch "The was a cigarette fiend. On the night'

0" imonson, for a cruise as far tooth as Miami fire, but ills thought that the trees the Tittuville+ opera house Saturday evening Female Shopper" They causal oitine ab are not damaged and the low is upon the Feb. 4th. The play ij is one of the fire
:: of the audience: to almuet laugh thetu- the coroner's lure: tint he hut I'D"ad. .
crop. It is not yet powible! to tell Just moat realistic pictures of country life ever cloth -
selves hysterical in the ludicrous efforts I a saturated with oil on breast to
( CHURCH NOTXS. what the toss will be, as in some of thegrove drawn. It hall lour acts which are brim
"!f they made to don their female attire. allay irritation frum la grippe. It is pre
-: Services will Iw held by the pastor in fires were kept burning for two fall of funny situations and comic<'i*>m- minel that be
l'nd louM..lly! the must entertaining f.*.- wa iitotl.. rnl to nn'anecuxisnta
-iE J lire Methodist church, Titnsrillf, wit : nights and a day. The lowest point ties. The company carries a bras band
tUft was the fancy Jjincen and rk>g.pxCialtirs | when this oil caught afire,
.f' Sunday, J4. .. 5th, at 11 a. m. rviiTe : which mercury reached was 21 degree and l full orchestra, of which every member executed by the child artist, Clrone probably from a cigarette: or from a lip

a' Cocoa at 7 ;n. s> far as we heard. It may have is a solo artittt, and) make the famous ,
p. Pearl Fell a little miss of a!)I'lt ten or lug 'park nr coal from the onn fire place.The .
r- It has been thought WIM to nuke s lmef at other points. and original country pars.!le which ha twelve years. il'HllJt'ft was l.edl nrst day IvforvJiu

f t; changes in ate ap|.>intmenU on the circuit Gsr&Iaea. been so extensively imitated. ..- --_.- >tire L K. Mttr, and the verdict wa

r-:= and thervfore, the following will be Since our last report a most sudden and Admission, 50 cents; children 35 cento.Rerv ru u; that dnraM-d came to hit death through"

If.I ';" the order of appointments fur the future: unlocked for change in weather conditions '\l nests, 75 cent, on Bale! at I'eo- To the Titiuvillc Il1arirnith chop W his o.n t1""I.-It"M.

Preaching at Tiiusville on the bturuing has taken place. Only once this ney 1.ranninJ: get your work atone The only ein- --

()(the first Sunday in each month and on winter has the thermometer registered M t'naJ blacksmith in town. AH workguatautr.i 18 yd* yard wide, brown cotton, f 1.0")
It. .
the second Sunday, morning and nijtht.Titosvilie tow M 3S IVmren 38 and 45 has ken croi'that is * injured. The entire Work dens ami cheaper promptly auyx attended here to ID Mrn'Cotton SI'I.1.1L flats-lined' per Ura..rlr suit! :"

.J' will have also the fifth Sunday our coldest weather but last week it MI crop for this aratm is g
. t.: DieM. to :t d Vete fur a brief time, but long Tlta.TllU. gr-fit-ral' repairing don at the Titusville1tacksmith V.U.KXTINKS, VaIrnu....... t'atrellrrw! .

l Preaching at C.'(v& on the ulgt.t cf the, enough, however to I leave As imprwsion Reports from theoranip grove altlut ; hop.. O.. >.f our, Come all, Jlsm.g.I..qu| for cake, lilt:.
*ti.I yon hall I.. done right hv.O frnituedry g.dsel..tea.y.a.
. each month and on the tender 't-tabta and Under Titimille are Fom r.f
.;; first Sunday in on ve- ruiu. very enoiarvjng. li. STrrac Ch4. A. Gardrrr, TiI..uJ/co./ .1or"la

-j.. .third Sunday, :snornlng and night The Orange trees seem to have csraiildamage the groves in the I hammock will! not even --a.-- -" "-

f. '' Mime,will have the afternoon of the even the leave show but slight stel! their Seat?*, the trees bin/ practi- WATCH FOR THE BRASS BAND. MOTOR BOAT RACES.

x' tecoad Sunday instead the first Sunday.Otteeo effects the cold. .ttbrat the fruit u rally unharmed. Mr. Andrew Fr,rfx'r In the motor U
l- Si Iluokard, healed tott.l" ,sung at tacos *t i'w'tri: I'cli
' the fourth Sunday asbefore. thought to be later tired his and only had 1-V boxes
! will have ft-riotuty hurt U I@ Yankee cosntJun, J. C Lewi and a Uirntt I 11'Lstay Indian mu bvte ..6Q di..
, *,"" .. concluded that the orange and rralot fmitJUtf'Mll fnwte>l, w bath he l.i already dogged &In.'tl\t' t.onnr'l '
>) cuuiany of .tars, xut apprr 111I
'1 Rev. J. B. Hawk has ben appointed little or no injury. IVrhapA it it' of leaving the ha'am-e of his crap Intactfor this city at the Titus\ lIe: "Ida huu-t' In the arrpetrnt. rLchxaeanen-

charge by Dohcr ho early jat \.) shipping. The growers Mill ..h- I
to Melbourne-Georgiana > vet say definitely jut are pu durance of
lr Saturday, Feb. 4th. The uieJy fun race right ales for ail fM>fc>r
'op McCabe, at the M. K. conference jost bow that is, but time aft! show lug the feliffhtly'd fruit lo market b < entirely rewritten tbnuon.. Ne* ) teals, bed on IIpr.-ol aryl r"h.Mity, th

Brecxe. He will -achi.A at anxious tn realize! lI<)Iltt'thllll for at In.
l dosed at Sea pn Mhit citj.Kverjbudy btirTlnr
i '- ,liao'ues! Dew s toauw Gee Krctr'and ; tiophy I'.rrakrr cup H.e 'j..l-
Point next Sunday at 10-:>> a. m. srad of a total! \u.,.
Wrdne lot;
Oty aro-e iay mornirgof mnrl.iuui! tffctt hate ben a.JJnl. ; 'apt it'Q. K: Andrews. <>f TlM.a'.,

. k'. anoJ at r. t OJIU at ?:3.) n. m ale will *t .eek with fear and trembling\ "alat'. making one <>f the (uouirtt upt-) date j j wa first, 4 U I :2 Sther\YMir" .1. t'.I'.u....,

ft ,ajao addrwa' the K. worth league at 7 it was only fear, for, although it di.i Mr. X. A. *tamj". (d PVatkaformerir rural o>ax:Jirt lA-t,re !tit! petal and Iof. lJt.kledg'. was end pt .
" P tri? frvrs, v .eda not claim to')de exemj-t a resident of Tita..rite: writes nt a, f..l- .I will be preened b} a o...iif-iiij of sir In the rorrt.>l "tent sue maltf rra
Ifsfe. JOHN THOMPSON. from front) it WM nit near at bal a. at Iou irgarvlipjttrjeenl-l rave in lVuitka '. uM lian* and tu aji .ut iutj each city motor brats al..!*r thrive mare iaalM r,

; around first Kfpoewd, for the orange tress have but week : Tnnpeniare dowatoHde :( will be heralded by tlur of11 1ny"ji Mij-rb ''f.f l.Uor1tf' cwp. 17 rn-
vl all
: John Thompson the p- cuu out in g-wd shai and DO a(>parent .rres, freezing ..bAtlir all il y. All the bran '-..noJJmi....i..n, 5o cents; cltil- !: tnr., Shadow wr n out fint $.14 34; <

'conwdiaB,' gav* his ooe man enuruiuRteatteotiUed damage w hUlL The writer saw an ora&ge hvacinth in the M. JhMrif't tilled! by dreg % ft-r.u hr rrctd *rt,, 75 ("t01t. l i iI iThrlma.[ O. O. I4 pdeton, of t-&Urt. was

. fc "Around the World in M) tree in )(r. Dattou's grove that was lh< c\*l Ice in rain barrvU for there :!,I. ..n NX* at I'enney A 1'irannln(.. :jfounh, 74234.

.1 c ) ieotee'' to a fair audience The wmtiHt at toe opera of'' ia full bloom and did not show the lea"| -v>. -J indld thh k. I;i TJO---+-rut-+'Lr- :; In the fifth rn-tt. lour mite, lr p.raa. sere

:"" boos' Monday night. sign of harm. We lavius tverybody whois HLtCKtllttH )I IJ J, Sr enty-five McFarlanj tents tar rooter boats u&krtrhv u"lnwr
and the raptJtty of f
c Ua character sketcb 4 interested in orange growing to coa* P. I,I had cheap bysprtTingatTric >ra of- hour, for \o\t.tnlAotlto Ma izMe per.tnt It

?f' '! a -.&- changw are wally remark here and nee tae condition of thing* Woe IVm't f.'rktt 1 &) &:1 i kind of black. ;'' fi.Thef are !tld frrt err in 1.11000- I eMoyT. (r. 1:'-nstl l, .f I1do..
able. He b first rate at entertaining, tat smith and wan work, bone hoetr.g' .litshn. l.a\lOI t.ttfl1 trRd only: tali aw
teive IVia't take fiuub fir.
:: at nAin oar word cur IL A IDol can rt'.ainn C4IItr.j! rwr me.J. hire brew writ bn.rdruurctcTT t. I'J>. thir.l. Isaias, J. C.

.:\ '; ._ heabouki mate a fv change few trees that were jvist making tender D E3f\a, 'littMvilJe, Ra. : .. -- ; lU&ock. cf Stuart. S.4 1 $.

t'" 1 hit pre>smmme every jrtar astral of gt%' {|!i growth are rrponcd injured and a spud toW .,'L !

p\;': ,he practically, the n re same sketchti :j many lc* w will drop but as splitting ruB sec CHIUI rue C.UH. ( ISH and & room hoow, nUuu-J in Til1uUk. oK.t,86 tsu\l AT ( ti Yiilta.We -

1:1-: & ,. &nJ epeciaUiM year in and vest out_, and'i there is nut dozen Umio the ruJr- .\toot W acre of ymid high land on \ 10 *iT..-. of hammock Ua-j on Bar tape twehe ran of fittt d4. ere
._ wdenUod that be & {waji*+ a-I&. lemon tits csa4oroopaniiieofthe Indian rim >ariaer*-k. Can be hat chrap. Calioa argr l >tni w* bOW oSrr at cut prier,
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..-<, ", v here.f' meat, even tires that are not: IS at the Narrows J.-rilonJ as Wiin.s; hx li A. Fret, TituJViiSe. a F. T.."i, Jt C,. l:,.JCua, ipa.
l' tl t: bb D fresh and green today as best the frwie.Pioes No. 1, trcuoa 2S, a.JO *wt So. 5. vxtfcja 1 --- .-
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;",..f'' g .'! R.--------. ). are hart sime. bat as sJ]are cotervdla 36, in township 31 tooth rime 3si east. : I1:LIC tel.lnlr t UT10. : talc stal.

'r1i some way or other: thedamage wit! nuci This toad is unimproved bet finely lo- ; I""ire dt'iirirr to visit the i.ra.o.i! win \ T.esharpielat .tIIIitht Mretb.
:...:. '" .;(;bj eaaftrkippngbrctatea cated. For farther particular add rrrnrtat that it..
' ''' : *d tO or SO pet cent, whicbleatwifood \ ne.ewty to obtain ..1l.1.1 "J/f1t own Jvnrr.. C.,"i for
I; Cattraut.
: ." ', W. ; EL M. taw, fr the wartrn P.:
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- i. permit Kruegrt, at hunting tartsstn.. Ad'lrres Vet
wi. _, ',. .3teltunxs Fht payug ne it :11,
s "S, .. crop. pata the scaly Brucktoo, 1UI. eetutian 10 w.J. :'fitu.rlle Fia.
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:; ; 1l,!otgtelaj $7 .ea.While .

r4_,:_:_ r .. nu.vmc. 'b"-'t'"VChJ-, or the New-Tort subway tares DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT

..e"-'r'- '."<;;__ t''. -""T"..--.- ,'-, "- inl'iia' II aguuCSe'"'f' paaaeneara:aad pedestrians from con-: I' U U U I Tfc.ILM fetfe *taN JH MM*tt!Mai MM,ktca**2i a*M iruMsu >m

< "'''-,'':_...; r;'<=: .. r.l.f' ...- Bested streets, .the' litho tonne aya- owj AT TS uteaaTear or
"" "" .. tea to do with tht I
'.." ;;"; =""""r', ""- .... porpoaea away E. ZHWITT & COMPANY, CHICAGO UL.
-. ': ., 0t. ? ,t'1S.1!': '00I'WI8'. >A. mJJl SlOP" teamlnr* fartI..tzLA"lt tad; beary battling possible on the for For safe by the Red Cnw'Phannacy. TitnwiHe;Ems Gttli Pharwaey, EM halite; Hi** F CaropUll, iUlbuonw.FQI1SB :

.<-.--'." .; ,.,.. }I',,,'' &II BOS EM6L ILimC UO S60 Ttit C&LDlAI ,
? a-mlllloa people to use with comfort t
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'; s y. _? {:>l/k aatiaW.a. Car Fa* ldaantldl a the downtown streets tn pleasure veal-:;

"." -G:. h, B.B. ft..Cresi. ** del or street,ears unimpeded by the
.. deHrery'carta, drays and coal wagons -Far Stle b -"
tit*Txa. Uaiaaa' U.. Ha Starf'v *** ]
a that bare rendered the al.
.* !... .....Canlai..s fl..d1as ... .. highway
.4.s most Impassable at times says WU-
r15i'. .- out! tFte. ,!Ae..rttaNAU.aa P.rt liam E. Danfortii la Harper's Weekly.' East Coast Lumber
,"' .
flit he.eae. The street situation In Chicago maybe

:; -, CapabkV of carrying a whole "stable better understood when It is recalled .I Supply Company
ta1T' of horseless carriage and cqaipped that the early boUders'of the

,. to ,rtb'enr, device. known for ministering flU for financial and physical reasons :

s. to .girt .la dlstreaa the GrIt centered the railway terminals, freight 1E60 GILLIE FLORID
= :> railroad car for the exclusive use of depots wholesale establishments, retail -I ,

Fie antomobiles baa.made.Its appearance store and more than 70 per cent
It __ .Ia1 ,the New York Herald. It U the of the manufacturing plants within or

,'F property u veil.u the Invention of on the edge of an area one and one- F

? .E. IL U. Green,' ion of Hra Betty half miles square. The teaming necessary 50 Md 60 Inch In Stock

Green'W.New Tort one of the richest to the transfer of goods In this

women In'the world. district baa grown to such proportions

x- Mr. Green who if president of then as to be unequaled In any city of the Writi for Prices

: : !'nu'Mldb.nd raflroad, has long been world for a similar space. On thirty

r +o#= '* devotee of antomoblllnj and U an two miles of streets the dally mOTe- -- -- "

4: enthusiast on automobile racing. In went of merchandise has averaged 0,... tltlmdlmg Papa."

"yF the court of' hla duties he travel 112.000 tons. During the buy hours PERT PARAGRAPHS A piano-organ girl stated In a London I'

About a great deal, and ordinarily the as many as a thousand teams have When cant'Into court recently' that she could earn from a<la&6 0+.11.s AJIiuuAnt
court breach
problem of the transportation of bisantos been counted passing a street corner on a I
of the letter >83 shilling to 2 a week with an organ
promise case writer
v tai been full of vexation, M be In an hour.. Within a section one and I understands why the wise man makes for which a hire of 9 shilling a : RUDDER

set himself to derive some means of one-half miles square 70,000 vehicles lore with his eyes week was paid. HOW TO BOOKS
u transporting bla four valuable maeh1net have been employed at a yearly cost
ors )...boil bet bus KfcBvw *.&>.
without unnecessary trouble of $50,000.000. while 750.000 clerks, laboring Fur Oyn Slat, feart. I frinuJ to thus koaU --w. *M .*
: and rUk. The remit la this palace car people and business men hare rnry dui. nJ ..o* wy ... '* *..*
Mrs. Wiitslo*!' Soothing Syrup ta r 4n+vn ftnt. ia..*iax ..*ui II *t std
for automobiles been confined to the same territory together been need for by millions : boo w auU w.-Irat OB.i, ......*.
over sixty \ears
-' Not only are the machines them- i
with thousands, of shoppers visiting
of mothers for their rtiikin-n m bile it-fitt I HOW TO BUILD A meta ron tsoHOW
;; aelvea provided for. but there are Quarters the retail stores. ing with |frrt chase It t'lt<.tlir t the: M t.d..w ,t1Iw. l.... ...... ..-,..ow _d.i.-
'- for machinists and driven and a i w..r.o4 e..L tr Alp I ---Ie.
In flew of these conditions it is easy child al! J-ain. .

machine shop complete In Ita appointment to see what, the subterranean freighting cures wind colic and is the Ul remedy A w TO t.rt aiuao ta_ dt A fa.SKIPJACK, ..... ....... ... tI
A full stock of extra parts system means to Chicago. The ...,.-\. (or diarrhoea. It will relieve the I JDliltlegunVrer > I ......, .5 K. -m...........,;."."-alit.erye.r'
:-. I'\i. Nil r*** <*-- 4r.5kl i Ira
from nuts and washer to an axle la basement of every business house in .'. -ri imturdiately.! Sold by drug- i
k carried and any breakdown on the the congested area now has direct ac- rg gista in every partufthesurld. Tseulytivt I -- s--.1 r r..a-.'. .a- II ti/..
Texaa' almost ::. ...- rents a bottie. lie sure and ak for *-....,Ass...-- .e..1 ..11a l lies
plains could repaired tees to the subway tracks leading to .: Ie...!*.
"Mrs. Window's! aud.
at quickaa! It It took place la New yards and Peanut peddlers look the Nothing Syru)*,
: the terminal railway freight on pollee u NOW TO tUltO A MOVOM tawNcwa1.
u Y r !io.tlrr knd. ..... -.,. ......-......
Tork. to the depots of the twenty-five railway a sort of Df'Ct'Sli4rreYil k\JI.- ....-...., _- t....._....

Resembling aomewbat a combination trunk lines and the thirteen CJ1a.s: '1.0rLX A.3.ars ,, HOW TO lUlU A SNOCIASOUTaa
baggage and passenger coach, the car branches entering the city It does seem at times as though the .t ... ...1 At .....1 __ -. .- _. ......
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Is Intended to be hauled In passenger fool killer was most shamefully neglecting ; .
&ce ; HOW 10 IUlll A SOAL ' SLOOP
F ._. trains only. Its length Is sixty-four 1 'loliful..n8 au.i h.ullfSolln.. face nivquriit bis work.:... tf i i A.k.". I.....r+y b./. .... ......--...ases4.u1
feet six inches, and the entrance fort "'U commendation*. Briglit! eves r1..
It ---- --
w automobiles U at one end. the other are window to a wmuan'n h.", rl. !!.>!. Whiletbe mikado writes poetry, be i. HOW TO..BUILD A CUTTIC .* $..WAh. .

being similar to that of the ordinary lister' R<. ky Mnuntni TV makes Is not a true poet for he has never had Always Follows. ....a..M........M..1M.aN....1001>-."..,_..., ...I....Patin..
Yestlbuled coach. bright rye 35 cent, m nr t"loT..fs. the thrill that comes with a return When the lon"ome wind of autumn j I HOW TO BUILD A MQECL TAtMT
.." Sobbingly f:gh, out Its pain a...pi ...f ................-...
The car Is divided Into three sections slip from a publisher declining with Then I feet that I have c ught 'fill I I .t..l..a..1.4PRICE-n ...
s; the first of which Is given up to CANCER CURE FOR ANIMALS thanks. When I've teen out la the rwtn;
automobile ThereSa I $1. EACH
the storage of the I
Caught the old rheumatic twlntI,
szpertr..l. rpoa illee Develqleer 5115.10 kt liridt A..4..Eaawi
ample room for four machines which While Christmas conies but once a Got '.m UJ In all my Joints; i 1 .
.. are stored by twos one above another, That May Care MaakUd. year we may be thankful that pay day Then my Loe and elbow binges to dart (. 14 Me.I.e.! 4p1. '-
The discovery and application of a With Loose grea.s 107 wife anointsA sit uwrlwilx..waraw.aiwTHE
In this section Is the repair shop, equIp. drops around ott nt'r. > '
ped with lathes drill presses and other serum that has successfully checked -1 I1 RUDDER rnJBLUMIflO CO.

a tools, on One side being lockers for the progress of cancer In animals la the A man can always wee the point of I S Uv.*.v Smear HIM V.... U. e. ii

7 bolts nuts and all appliances necessary subject of congratulation among scientists his own Jokes without putting on HAPPYHOME i V.I salt r<. r.l A..,., N ..5. M
for the repair or equipment of a first of the Gratwick pathological>o' specs. i! I hdll_..', tHr.." i

'.., class automobile ratory of the University of Buffalo says -. .-.........
i" In the center of the car Is a smokingand a dispatch from Buffalo to the New It Is a mighty: doubtful compliment j: Is one where health aboundi. --- -

reading room, comfortably fur. Tork Evening World. They have been to tell a man that be U a god Judge :: With
: nished. and adjoining are sleeping accommodations studying the question for five years of whUky. i! impure blood there cannotbe COUCH

. .. t for six persons. and have reached the conclusion that food health. AND CURE THE LUNCS

The machined are loaded on the car, cancer Is a parasitic! disease, InfectiousIn One of the bets that a man will With a disordered UVCR there _

L or, more properly into the car by type; that it has been transplanted overlook Is a bet on a sure tip on a cannot be good blood.Tutt's WITH Dr.

.. .means of runways at the large openIng and reproduced (n perfectly healthy horse race. King'sNew

L. at which by the way. there Is a animals; that the reproduction has been

; strong double dl1<>r. It la possible to true cancer as It exist! In humans and More men would swear off on Jan. 1 Discovory

run them on board under their own that the disease In animal has been if they could do It ly proxy or by lIng >- sPills

I K power cured by' the administration of serum order to the hired man. oNsuxrllorrk, ,

Mr. Green is the owner of four automobiles prepared In tbe Buffalo laboratory. FOR OUfiKS and lOc l',00

rags n a llenault a Franklin a Pope-- While a serum suitable for application No man can realize how the mudern reh Ify the torpid UVEK and restore OLDS Fro lots

Toledo and a 1905 model White Mr. to human beings has not as yetbeen health fltldbtluulJ look askan at its natural action. Surest and Qu..,keat Cor for all
Green's new racing machine Is enteredIn found, still the scirati$t. are confident the pies til mother uw wl to make.A i THROAT acd LUNG TBOUBLKS .

the Florida races and he will while they will eventually discover! It A healthy LIVER means pureblood or MONEY BACK.

. .; at Onuond use his car as a garage. The experiments were made by Drs. cbetk h3!I no literary m>rit. yet the k.

Ills invention will doubtless be thrown Gaylord and Clown, and the subject magazine editors are always more titan Pure blood mean healtb.

open for the inspection of visitor, who were mice Infected with cancer. Dr. pleaded to awpt It. Health means happiness.fake Y t

4 will find much to marvel at In the completeness Jensen of Copenhagen sent two white --- ---,- -- .. -

- of Its arrangement It has mice affected with cancer, but they TI. no'N a i-rear Hr' in an .'I'I&'t' !Soil. no Substitute. AU Drugglsta.

s already caused an amount of wonder died before reaching Buffalo. However A sweeter gin with a .collar brim

that b little short of sensational in Inoculations from one of them Hut the haniiMMirtfit girl I voo'llev -tof", .

S'; Tul. and automobllUts of that state were successful in other mice, and the JlI tiltnilV girl litio ott IK'kyI"untain :
in high feather this achievewent ) Tt'.1liC vour druU'\. U r -y
are over recovery of several of the inoculated

of one of their number mice led to the discovery of the serum. .- .. .-, .. '
.. .'. ..
The Perp l l .0. t
The experiments convinced the CONSTIPATIONTHEDFORDS e
a A JUDGE'S MARRIAGE FEES. Lists that the blood of mice which 1dt'D'1 The flOrt' 1.1n pap 1.t3 in rblna had .ir

nice fttoriM of the combined Le!;ht of / '
.... recovered from cancer i><*se' >! an ;
K. JartM Married 3.1OO ( '. US f
!1 2 t1 fret and the pinnacle! was vt
antitoxic quality and when Injected
..4 8eeelved Over *2MtHo.Lauren .
above tLe It derived St.n3IDt" .
hipLest story
. Into mice suffering wjih cam-er stoy* i I ,
lawn who recently retiredfrom '
from red with
l-elug eo\ platenof
the growth, and when the tumor
; the position of probate Judge of areout !, porrelaln. It caret.4'< ,4s4 ounces of BLACKDRAUGHTtie
Lenvenwonh county Kan. after a too large max their disappear silver.
sure and leuve the moue so protected: ',
r continuous service of twenty-two ---- --

i4- yean will resume the practice of law, that the tumors do not return. I FUI... UlllUm C.a4lf> Power LI.tat. Because liver It

and it U uU that he may become a i St. Catbenne's ligfcthouRe. Isle of ergecttd!! peple suffer
Ta...a.ii. .r a Mat. I with cCln-tif4tion.t.I1Kr.1UIfW. '
candidate for
dlstrkt four
s, judge jean WLzht: was meatiy fitted with s Cnj adArkm 4i/
and ( ColJi attarJk
For a pink which ha rm.
won prizes at
hence, says a Leaven worth (Kan.) correspondent I tight which It estimated b l>* equal to the lungs and Cuntagkiui l.tift \ 4..

of the Kansas City Star. several horticultural Lows In different 1.tli3tsp candle power and on night! take bolt of tie .n tnj.. It it life A GOOD ETL A ITE.UT tUYD AID l1w
In the long period that Judge pawn !arts of the country F. tt. Pierson. a j when.' tie ataospLere favorable! Itsbeam to say that >! the hrrr were always ,>cs L & P A .r My1?

has bcu probate judge be Issued &!)) ulllionatre reidnt of Tarrjtown, on probably U vUbJ from the kept : wwtifcg w4er,

marriage licence. He performed thet the Hudson has paid W. B. Arnold a French eoait, say the London Gll') .. il1wsI would almottrjcctWui known. ..
Hockla&d Corut fo,. a IUtoaapevlal L '
t .j ; marriage ceremony for 3.100 couple says lIerI I.. The news light U ieuc iely more pow. nllvrJ' lila k.rlraeiLt 1'10 r.'S .. ""oil
One mtnUter In Ix-avcaworth who dispatch to the New York in tutb ,
performed erful than the oM ont which wst of curing i knee .
.. ,.
aid. Mr. Vtrnon will i '1.
cultivate the .a
more marriage -cvmnocinthan about 3. Mi.fjii>candle power U-cttuc it ;> 1U!.". ut a tlul i a. a ".
other In the did pink rxteniively oo. his estate oa the rrjruUUir.l Tbi gmt fkLly ,-. ,--... ...
: any Mine period ......r...
Hudson. The pink U an offupring of Ferro IJidkjI II lest A Uxir.g asd .
not exceed 1.0uU. The oIJeat couple Br..... J. T l.\ 1.I"W' TOOL CO.
the famous for which Tboaaa W dr&.idrui. but a miJ anddralthfal
; warded by Judge Hawn was that of a pink An aerial ferry bridge U under coo- Usatiie
k Lit rum CM>- .
groom of eighty years and a bride of'f'Ot1..u LAwton paid $23,000 a few years ago ttructioa at Duiuth. Minn lu twospan. tipatioa and may I* Ukm
a -
yean. The youngest groom It Is the result of a three ,f1ir. experIzaeat were .ucces fully joined a abort E ra ctukl iUjtxjl ijfMtL&rza.

Wit fifteen yarn old and the bride by Mr. Arnold and was cultivated time ADN'. says the Chicago JouraaL CO YEARS
L The ia a bed of Lawson pinks in the Arnold It l Qjj to be the
C'81N"- parent connectedtathUcae only one of Its kin The MthftJ *>tion oo tL* liter EXPERIENCEScKNiitic
k greenbocw The Lawson tower I In the W ".UTO t.f'm1.t1vb and in tie cures buiooM,*. It ku an ins

' Since the ectabiishiaent of the Kansas la brilliant pink In color The -Sport." t opinion of eminent civil and &echaclcal Tig-'ntits fStfi on tLs kulcejt."

Qty-Leavenwortii Electric railway as Mr. Arnold has named this one. U I engineers U a remarkable trtumpato fji'uele linT and k>dnt do

may couplet cane from Kansas City of pure white, with carmine tricinr.; i I engineering kL'L The bridge > ct work n ilirij, the jviL<>oBi j

and were jourriod by Judge Ilawn.When through tie petal itreteliug 1G5 feel above he surface acidi afrg! with tie waite from
j tie bowel get Lack into the blvd
in haste they could alight from t of the lake, la of ssScfeat bistt to and virulent
4 contagion n< an humming car at the coorthooM .hetkfo Caw ef K..u. Cured "r ; permit the Ul"t m.utroj stem:ers t.J Taint Masts
trratoc&t with Tbeed Otaiaae
tan the marriage cemuocy per ('baalwrla ..... lief.. pas under it Tae spun U fl)) ft TirnSIT, Back-Drsngkt remove the CNtc.Ri hc.Araa..dl4 .

be host 'The f::!". of ...... f P4 .
v 'rr formed and ready to return The e mcy of ChjmlerLiin'* Pain capable carrying freightof dacgexswhicblurkinur..ti JuJ. ..tea:, wn.;p .,.s a ire rIar.e
by the time ,electric: : car made the BJro in the relief of ri 'omitb-tn t* be- : all devrir-rioa* and 1M pa !eagrs i hv-T mad kidney troolln.,fe willpuitirdy '_ r le Jh r .Wt 'eJ ....-...

' trip downtown and came back. ,fort leg devonjtraled Parker at a time, will operated by ei ctric- i fumull tide biroaJs of .t.a anal,qt ... ,, 'ltMl' .....r..a.-.
than SOD copes' from Kansas City dilj. Tnplett tty. coviag from tide to akU by trans crigit's diiea, fcr which di.- Pat..,..., a w. Ir w st'I I 1ltlu ..........
t. of Gnpfcy Va. : that ( ha!nbu. wrest Us; to W
nay ia advuced
were mimed tn Learraworth In one ctlUl;*a4al cabka I raM tUen there u

J *r. There were eight ta on* day laift', Pain Balm gave him permanent relief If f no can. Ak TWJT aetla tar a I Jlm rlcan.

from Kansas City. Labor day. IftXL from rbeoi&itiaat in the back when ...r.w*. Otstaa.. I 25c. pscki U TledlxjrdsBUci- A LAauar Mr. f jv.t .r
aad 'ef-rr thing eke failed and he scald! not UoscoVa orphan asylum, foundedby brangti t. 1 ....*.. ., fit **- 'Af -*.: Twit U .
a JUI told, for tools* tict&M per-
r farmlag carriage thatMACE *ULoQt it. for ea:e by EetiOroea Catherine II, is supported by a tai I i 'Nif Qi: s =ew York

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t ':.:," /.-.,::1'{t.:-5i JIIID,PII SHIP ft* diploma which he brid ta-boa hand. "BURNING BUSH" SECT. -i "

;:' :--="!ck:2 .." ;;;., ...; ,-. .....", .'. .;.. When trt-bad 1nhbb&the, medal was .

'J- --.::.,,,,...,...< $ ::;:::p-. ..." sealer cp to'a cavity-which had been Why toeJasus r.u..... eat ... I. -
", ,.""" -. carved title lanais .a C+lm t. Jell.
"- .. Qf :..GOnmottY'Whltb ''Constitutes;; oat of the atone and the JJpioma { 4
.l # win. borned ores the ,iran. with The "Boning Bush" la the tide of a "

-.", ..,,'t.;> ..K d. e.Co.'. .. *!*,*?*. National. Faith.Tb fBceue and fltttag cemoofik* Mdudell -. : nets. religion which baa reached Mnncte FRIOTAflh1 '

.. -.".'=>' :'<_."' s '. by the prleal;; which of efmree. I bxL, and since ft. appeala to the '
:...} -y? v I coca fanatics It NVns to be j
DOt understand Bnt the .aigaificance spreading at an -

IrLToaot8.BPEBCH SIXBOZJO of the ceremony .was very alarming rate, tara Monde correspondent .

%J' '- .. -. dear. The.medal, being indestructible of the Chicago CII.roD1de.Ita. O { )' ( )$ ;

it .u-.c. and of material anUtance, ,could sot ) women and girls have been ar- I
.. ..! isdHU-., .... t .." Tor Infants and Children.Thr
t ?:.- "-. "VIMW b* trzu ported to the other world. But rested and fined for disturbing the '...,:'... '....... .=.-.: .. ,
t '0. 1 11Waesi'tlla.tratlti.ttit,. : the ,diploma ,WU carried there by the progress of other religions meetings, f' : t 'ee

ti1 ';! .. IU.I. _:. flame. _Several of.thy gentlemen pree- and they insist upon going to jail I. k r Fr' You Have .

: y ,CeW. (>ti.iitltat c......... .,. eat maoe One addresses and placed claiming that God ordered them to do ,1 i'

,- +'MMI. pilt t. ae..etr overa npoo the tomb. 10. UT.t' !'I.1.
: -.De- 'T" ; : .
r The efforts of the followers !oi: :.t, 1- .
to breakup .
.. x i .tN. .ud.b' "r- -l' iv ay Bought I t
.t< That TkU>.U th Tkr.ab' meetings of other denominations \ -ft?

.- touching a4drea which admiral One minute after taking One Minute have resulted disastrously In severs. A'L ttnb1ePIcpW;- .'' $ '41 '
., "
ToEG ddkwed .at Tokyo the othw:dtj. Congo Cure that tick tin* in the throat is places In Randolph county the opera staalatingtteFocdr .. iJi ,:

l' f"6 ti..tbt_!piriu of the offlcm aid men gone. It acts in the throat-not the tiona of the "Burning Bush" followers fog frc 5ti22djs fiKi'Remotes : t : t

.. : rtomach. HartnWw- 1 for children. have become ao bold that they at -- ;;.
r J who were klHed while fibtin underMm lOOt .
to the Port Arttrr;em A. L 8poff.>rd. postmaster at Cheater tempted upon various occasions to atop -:1i.::'": i'u. T.
SJicb., : "Our little
girl was onmo meetings of the Methodist churches. .- KJN
1.)' $bbntolID, the Japanese nationalsr reiia 'ck>os from strangulation daring .
a They! beileve that they are the elect Digest1ness .
glow MKl.leu acid terrible ,< .
attack of
'' -< ; wy E. Cortls the Chi- troop and that an disbelievers will to J. g. .
.f' Tttrce dueea of go ndArstfor.'ait<
'' One Minute +
eago.Ueeord Uanira Cough CW .:-- .
Washington cor- eternal punishment :" ,
t half an hour apart eiedily cured her. I Opwm.MorpWne iwl.>I ___ #: .
: e respondent Mtny ,theologians Insist cannot praise One Minute Cough Cure Miss Bessie Ford, a pretty young 1\OT '
.: -l. .that It U not 'a:religion because toomoc.h! is of the :
try- thereto for what it has done in our faun. woman one leaders and she mvw
1 .. no titeolocjr;;: it; that It la only a Uv." It always gives relief S>M by R..i was recently convicted baring been NARC01''o .

4_ n1tmt&tJonOf, certain ,snperstittoaila Crtwa Pharmacy TitnsvUIEao Genie: charged with disturbing religious meetings L #I'fXJk MUtm-- : '' \ .

Y: which the entire Japanese nation Pharmacy, tAu Gsllie.POVERTY $bq together with Mrs Mary .t.J" ,, i.ii v

:..J. bfllerea;.but. aa lleara Dar aaU It, la Painter and a man named Hamilton '' '- V
.,..... '' = IN JAPAN. J1a -
"tI.1O\fI -
: of the
rice, Pnrsiey, who have been Introducingthe t
; ..... s..
i.. AD Japanese are aplritnallsta 'ao torte faith In Randolph county la being ."\-MJ .n
fcr War Tasca.FMBU .. .
-i. Speak. and they held at Winchester JII
art taught that the for her actions t r
wuiUf t* .ula.. ALL"Thouunds "'-s.d. -
aptrita 0( the dead la In various churches '
_.:; ___ _.. .. ,. .large u measure of people In Japan art where regular ..; )
';-"<'" C'OQUOIID. acuoaa Of me uricg.dd Th'1 services were being held. They all I 088ror

o : t' .not belltre In cfaoeta; they do not suffering Intense poverty on account claim that they will go to prison and

;'.2-1f .' hare mtdluma of commonlcaUon :with ef the war" aald N, W, Ferry an suffer punishment, since it' has been perfect Remedy for COR < ,_
I lion, Sour Stonuch.DLarru) ., :
-i: Y;"'- their dead, and,, they do not receive Englishman who ,In a trip around the the will of the Lonl. \\ I 1' \ .

if "meaeajea from th.-other world. But world left Japan a month ago. says a The work of the nevrreliglooa sect jronns.convulslOr.s.rfflSh'"f OverThiriy '
and Loss SLEEP.
-" cess OF
this world Ii full of'friendly'lartalblebeinca Washington special dispatch to the las wrought up many localities, and i ,

"'40 ; encourajiflg, protecting and New Tort Post '"We found in Japan the promoters have many followers. rat Simile Signature of

... -.,, '"...-'p 'comforting them and the landacape la ," he continued "among those left Not until now have theyjnvaded the ;
I & lit t
. : dotted with shrines that hare been at home no great grief for relatives at churches of the towns and every efforts &ffZ &* f 1 Years

; 4 er.ctW'fer the purpose of worshiping being made to confine their work to NEW YOnK._
,. } food and influential men. front Every person deems it an the rural district, but this. It seems ism I

If a JapaneH la honor to have a part in the struggle. T R
going to war be possible.AN
.(;1 ''''' prays before the shrine of some great We found that poverty grows dally in ft 1 ItxAor

soldier; 'If fce la preparing for a jour Japan and that business Is retarded by EDUCATED HORSE. C R

:' ,: .nej he goes tothe shrine of a great the heavy war taxes which have been M

- ... trareler; If he la a party to a lawsuit placed upon the country. jliv..".* Animal That rlaa a Tat.
i'; he prays for the aid and guidance of "Yet there .. no borrow, In passing .al For Kl.arr.. ..... ...t .4M.,-c.......... .... _. C4"f.

t some famous Jurist before be lays out through Japan or in living there casually Han, the famous Herman hone, -... _. ." '. ._ ,' .n .. ._ '- '" i as.tuJI

; ./ hla garden he prays to the spirit of you would not know that a war whose ability to do sum In arithmeticand

m: tome great landscape architect, and soT was going on. draining the best in the other difficult flats has astonished

ti on In every duty, pleasure and labor. of population. Now and then flags are German scientMs, bas a rival In Milwaukee A

.{ life be consults the spirits of his an* displayed, and In cases of great victory says a dispatch! from that city --- .- ----to' -

-r ; ceatora and those of other wise and there Is a celebration, but otherwise The Milwaukee animal doe simple

:? r good men and without expecting any there is little outward sign of conflict sums, but hU education baa not r ro-

: direct answer baa faith that tbt'1rut! The condition of poverty that 1 have grt*ed o far in that of liana. The
fi=::- give him their encouragement protect mentioned is, of course, beneath the same charges that are made against

-. T him from error and lead him In the surface When the wounded soldiers he German horse that the animal does

.a-.; right way. This, the tbeologlaua return large crowds meet them at the not do the sums of his own accord but local Time Card No 58. In Effect Jan. 10 1905.

-1 f .' not religion, ,but it la a practical actual station, and they are regarded as the gives results by marvelous powers of ,

;3rL i t;" everyday thing and illiwtratcs greatest heroes of all time. tbservatlon. are n-pented in this case.! 'OIl..IOU..D-IUD. .
ce> .': ,. the Japanese character more atrongly "The Japanese are the most patrioticrace It is also snCTsted:; his owner exerts

r fib= thin any other act or word. Imaginable. The glory of their hypnotic Induence over the animal. ... 39 I NO Ii fcO.35: .... t1' .. 11 A. U Al ,4Opally
r In 1394 I Wit Incited to witaem a country Is tbe religion of those who The bone is known an Colonel! Dlxon I j STATIONS. '
flatly tally Patty I.IIa1l1 iktiy Ilauy tatty
.. .. : __ ,
the In.t'as a I
beautiful ceremony in Kyoto of which tight in field. The women have common delivery horse In
"'6U\ p lono ft iLr.. .....Jlld.looh 111# ......Ar lets itIJ.J, ,
2 Admiral Togo's aMmu. to the spirits banded themselves together to hf'lp.EH'ry't41' the service of a caterer when hi* edu a It p Ill'i* .""".Rn Jark.oaulle .1".7. P' : ''' ,
remind me. lesuko. one of the most hundreds of them go voluntarily c.'atlon'IU ttejfnn. Isaac Gootlmnn In! P 1 120,1116. ... .'t.Arw"htla. .. t\. S5ip Sl;) ..aatII9054&1pdp
'u \1. .... .... ... .. Is "I a4Aa IIJaaatep
, famous of ceramic artists had scclden- to the hospitals to cut up lint the dlsooverrr of the animal' ability 'leaspitup o.I' -SaatlaLsila.... 611p1ct5p At. talon
::.::.::.:: .
and has only horn
Every material for the comfort of the Riving the Kssoniar
s tally produced a remarkable example /lap Wrarps5, p ll. !' r.'r..J'ala'h.. .......... 4. pi445p Itia sauaillia.'Lr.
Lt of a texture known as ''Chin*'!!? craekle" troops is thought of and the busy two months. He profww* to t>e- ) I' ; .........r.utu .. Arllapi11/p III.lo16a

4 : on the surface of a jar. This particular hands of the women act as a Ctttnqcomplement here that wh>n be gives a sum to do Y .- _, ._ .. : .
UI P I Uti p !IAI.-O Metro ,. .... 1611 aa6 y I IU.
, effect was common among pot to the bravery of the men. the result Is transniltted to the brain atop TiAp I 1aua 'L..........Nan M.!<<>.... .bl Arj Ju6 706p Uh lisp
: .. .!,
ten In the interior of China a thousand "In Japan they are sure of ultimate of the home by telepathy. loa P --- t* 41 p..,r.v.... .......!' .... Lwo!: *. P IMSItlft
years ago but has inn a lust art 1'1<1017. With this faith they are willIng IS ben Colonel Dixon Is askfd to subtract liSp H. | W. p ... HonnU. ... .... !
a' for several ceuturle, and Jars and to sacrifice everything In the country 3 from 5 he taps twitto.'b..o Itlp t I (M u ,!ts.-.-... ...Ihiponiilutfliirmond... ......l I117p .t4ftWft
'w p .......... ... .... *
- vase with that flnUh are rely rare to make It pa S-.lbl. They tvlleie asked how many Irtto-s there are in T1Op lt 3ft IfsP ..... ..Orotund ........ >Mpllx 441) p 1145 ibis
t' and valuabl It Is the ambition of that the war way last four years and Le name of a visllor Le tap the number : pUM p lisp 144 p ........ Xfi'tn* ......... .. p atop .. 7WIWft.
'iii pi t6ipw ...........ItriOsri".''''''''' *JpIXP
every potter In the east to reproduce are prepami for all that ronies." provMwl Bondman knows the lop laysp.isap :lip "... .1 l.tprip hiss 'IDa
.. :. :::::7 : :
k came. p ..:: ::::
- that particular effect, .but all eipcri iSis 'Up lit p .......... .TlUs."Ulto.. .. .......j ** luap }{* .
t menu blOOtaU unsuccessful and N hat are t".7! JOB ft 4 lp ......_ .. 1'.0.................. i 114p Ilia
DeM>r cil Popularity. 4 p I......... .... '' 1 Iv p
leauko was amazed to find It upon ajar Ch" I ... lI..t..l. .....
Stomach and U\'f'rTl&h I a: p 4 l1p 'tlle.1l/ : I iID P 195 II
To oire con-tipiiliou nn I liver fouWcf: ..... ,. .. .. .... ..
g which be took (rum hU kiln one I I.. \ new rnimlv fur .t.nt.rh 111. 4Up .t. '!lr. ... 1"1' trap tea
+ t r.' ) by I ..... ..... )
tar lioMrtnaud
Kl'utI11t1t1\ n< tit'ffM JWft4ttt HI p"/U'-/ top III ft11M
ik morning in 1sa. The result was *o bleu biiousnesi! and vnMii| .tioii. IUI,1 i a Ui tiniivir tale Littir KuU: 1-s y ..... .1.4Uao.. .......... 1 1e1A
a riic fI..j
unexjtI that fur a time be was unable gwxi one, IViiv 23.For sale! I. ll f II 1..1'1 1.411. ..... .. .
'' m+rrs. Thtre f4111"U I.U It: ;111" err n.ili Ta6p'ho .7.'rrtl1!! ..... aosw 'liap I
c_ to realize what bad happened.- na" 19rsrnracy.Llerellet plt' sot and bane: **. but iffmliie ant t... to p !f. ... ...._ TlbUU. .. .. ... iTM .- a 9
Then he tried to recall everything that --- -- Their u.iversil 1 MMfc.r p f......,... ....d.-Il--. .. .......... ill a
sure nui y rrrris w, itw p (..............}****. ... ...... t If ftw si
K : bad been done to the Vbe" from the Trolley .. H* pltaJ.. a !>truiir !C'1.U"IILt-t. of lU >r iviaa'.iirii) Til p i i...... .... 10\1.1I" ... ... ..... 1 a
hour ttheu the tljy MJ \' the A committee of the New Jersey State sad usrfalnM"; :;..l1 *,v 1.1 I (>...... J'hr It 74- p .. .. ... H..'. ..", i>ci .-... .. ... sw a
< ...... \ .......
repeated; the process over and over II novel scheme to aid pauper consumptives Eall li.liit- eau. .... P" anp4t.' 1',11.,11.:. ........ UU. !"iIti. imp
t... s::; p. ...", ... ..lia U..dt.... Ar 7raa'I.Wa 5NpIn.
:1 again; be did uothlug "be for the rest says the t'W''ort Globe. The 1.,1 pl.,.... ... .. ,.ntP. .... Le 1la.I IMq7s.
of hla life;, he neglected hU ordinary plan la to establish an open air colonyat ral..II '....r.'.. tl'!*' pt.: Lira' ... .... .. i.taj! aapb
buslne; L* refused profitable com- Snake bill on the Hackensack meadows The Kan *s City Star tells of a Kan- !I..4.JO' a 1111 W P /I.t... .... lIaIIaQoJ, ..... UI u., a i U Taa II t

mittiona; be abut himself up like a tn New Jersey, A number of oM sa. rlerpyman wbo prldeii tilm'elf on etta ill" p.Pl.! ...... . ............. .1 I1ep p
tauanaJp ;tlttJp Ar. .. a *nL. ... } .J9.
hermit and dt'11lt'1 himself fooii. rest trolley cars will be ned Instead of his! prfflli4" and scrupulous UM> of wonii I J : ,. .L'il.. : 14)p'
s sleep and exercif" and actually became tenU. It U expected that the smaller One Punhy this gool Dan was praying '- ,.. --- -- -' --- -- -----
Boa" farl r(:a >5tr.ter.a.ass.adlsar.dauR.tAlnldnr1' 'nsr.. i IIf and *
,,_ Insane in his anxiety to rr(\rat tb. ate sized cars will accommodate two patients fur elevating (rare and rt"l..t't telrerr.Jafk.cOtlfle&4, llallli rartorear, unttalaaiim : 4+ [. -t.nas a' a..tla.a.4
and the larger four. The working fortes "<) Lord" be f. ". ,r.,
Y..: cUent that he vould pot explain ones pteetdrrl. --------- -- .. - -----
first '&tlf'Dtsm tl4l taken from theslmlbonse. "waken thy cause In the hearts of this
Ja the meantime the jar wa sent to &
where there about confpfifstton and Kite them
the Chicago exposition and was one of are forty new eyes

?: the objects post admired by the connoltteura. Iconsumptire I men and women. Many to see and Impulse to do. K-n.1 d.D snitasoclP.ten' r<.T-J>>-tic-0-;I 4Jr.-: ,:. n. ..-.... ttti-;.h. w 6
of. of the phy-!dans of Hudson county are thy lever or IH1'-f'f'. arcordintf to Web I anal [ I abf .II I /
: Patulooa prices were' ally G.uY; Et. ... to. ..a Gaily llalf!, h. ....

fern for It, but Mr. Tejim! the Japa- said to have approved the soberae. ster's or Worcester's dictionary wbkb- h. J..I1I. 14aa.t4a-;; ;ttl/r.t- rr "1;,,: rlil'-.r'. ; ; fatrr-

authorised TW you use. and pry them into tctirl- .'iaeSArllloa: iUra tiara Sr. ,. .
MoM commissioner was not Ar.LL AllrolUII 'lnl'I6-' .
; ral. ..... :
--- -- --- --- --
WlrlM Alarm -
to sell It and could not get a reply t7. --- _._- fir A..1M 1 j tl;i! w Y' 5.. Js.. M u-; 7fT'
Wireless telegraphy is likriy to be
who burled tn his i OiTHW: D. t r
from leattko. was
'. I 5. ,ErMtaN.ta ls. '\-1
to the New York C.r ( .UI I..I/l h. I hilI J..6Ii T
experiments and would not even read pet a new use, says :-- -.: --
. of award Tribune. IB England experiments areteeing Mr. W W. rrxirli, inill.Held, III.. L.. 1'1 Ao-uUII. TIaaa, Taoaa'' is.".'11 ,. a. at.4ar'ltn r. .w ,. I.ra, ..Nr.Ar. .
hU m*lL Tb* jnry gar aritw Jaettn.ine ..... .4daa. UCI.Ulu"Uwn.; laera Tara! JIlin TnrrI
diploma made with wireless burjUr : sat luh. I'.Hl. Iliad l4'tll ..._ ...
him medal a big --- -- -----
gold --
a --
"' I't'\'fral l Cftii .... .
alarms Steel safes are equipped with ftW.g J-eHI a .t..r Tralaeoap. .+lertis.ttrIJterruIttea.'
. upon which his triumph was Inscribed transmitter When tbe safe Is opened I. my fAce, .l>irh ,au' n.e grtarJ art>oyancv t Gay ....s Ira olnkat. .. 4 sure 'r.I". .nn r"il'h no aV', Of ant Isla \a t&arA.I.. -
but before these testimonials nnlvara# itching I *M nw'cg Itallard' 4 M---:.- r- -... ,- ., -
the electrical waves are radiated. -U' '' : ; 1. : i :
= Japan poor lesuko bad committed slow Snow lJninH far a srtrf Hr .rat seaea, 5ltw5T ;e .. r .1 ;.M4ahe' un aasdLar al M'
These waves r. suicide and hU ashes bad: been pUce an srrvirnf, I mbr t M>m- < Ithe "
usual caterer at some distant centralpoint linimrnt the (;;; r. Lt 1. u "a. a'f eb i ;;; ;
.if- ta as ura oa the h1U Me overlooking nn canter amt "' ii L*\v p p err p o UaL.:: Nr ,",. A 1 a'1fl lit P
ring a bell and so announce tb.tthe n>e aIm<.' itt-h nt reliff. I tircid.J tot.noe 11N.ANpL hblJovl1 I.t 44rpi.t.Le La.kiss. L. 'Up.t
Kyoto, back of the Yaaml hotel. U aLa p Lr AtiAftUe. E.AcK Lt T 4+ ft 4 ;.4 j> 4 .e p : at.. rlra4gs l t. tip
On data friend invited me to attend door bu tern opened. It Is thought tlhOfo'tO the lioitueet on tie sneer U a'a,5aJ, >JAr\ M.rport_. ... Jlo .S: p 4 (w wte'ru"f1IJ.! .tr .U)ai'ry/tap 1.14. a
In hort tire
a the --- --- -- -- -
that when this system Is perfected' prism cause o III. mr "STf. IO - -
would b ----7
what promised a I S. t
which It U not as yet no burglar will fee healed op and Un-* rt tar t1''ti ashy e0CU1UL 1a45Lt Laiy 'J"I, I"KIIII.'UI i j *.. U
hotel ceremony. We went together<< ta with eat ..-arA.. I tore lai.iHoi> f: >th m the fl-W_. h. y! GaNy
tic able so to tamper It u to destroy -
the little hillside cemetery, where thirty arms rf thi g'rrgarsaa.n, aid II tanDOtbr.o /Ws. I.. .. 1IUat! Ar ep -1----.o..b| ...i.*'-.- At i
ar forty of the most: famous artists e r4eecy.A bar highly rm-uiU.rdJe.J :*>' ::i- 744 Ir Huea-stea4 ...l. 'l 6p l* a ;:*r **ftf.r4 IrilPEMHSUUR Iliip/'>> a

U Japan were C'Stht"ft'oL A learned an.1 fl ffl For rate by 1:e.l ('ft..* i't,err t

HnAlh! t tn rorsvoua rob* dellvereJ I Tnca lac 8&erJI n.acy.
4 \ what you tet call en explanatory It therarlne fmm death of the t..h --- .. --- - -- .- ---- -

a 4fta. He recited brlefiy the story I I eirint. f'. .have told yon Itea oae of th* oldest Ile wntr*': "At the .** of 11 month.

4 : ftteftda of lesnko stepped' forward anda&Inweii nor little girl Eel in dtinii>f health HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
ith Irrriroe tt'fO't Lnwik .",11.0 Joh,
t' the spirit of th* Mad artist. irtan a ran r>*f "p. We were a'w'" -t in ____'_ _, n ____ ._ _

Salt all w. wookl ad bras a person to .L..tir .t.-n ere .-.1.1 Io' trvTlw Ile.King.e Far TahaU and Chfldrta.Tte Thew 11.,. TaWr9. U* CB.. .! _)awl! mina ray t ..ltn. u4 siry.K
WhNB a totlnMotal vras ta h* t(9 .. [)i.n J.w piteamtainn: : boa tC. rr.n. 44U&4 l4<1 Ul .rrhal l ltrue. err 4patar. a' ti.lieu..Iat.4 J. as ry.r.ttw1
KM Yet Ran Aliayj aer ddq N. waepwy k:4 _w BHgkl ,
the !
dInd. n* described C\tISort.. at4 cr l4 drat batik ,s.e .

4iynttJ-re at Chk fO> explained Joan al I+rf; strr Ukiigiur bottlm .!. ass Burl the --. --- --- .-

3 .Beyd ..Thttbtr1 a.rattm of iwsrds. 'I r..MJ ad is .'w in pHf'I'Ct trr.tthrvrr r.r "Ih. LOCAL TIMC CARD .. Olh.r l.t.\1., '

fail ft MaOMt nrrtrsr of the wort'ofAi \ rash t.t rrlirrt a M p or C\-'t A tIct "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
;, die ides ftsUy coaclad with a Cav: !'batnw; Sale andI 00 g'ar I
mice. Trial tCJU1c frta : Assu C.n'L r....
:;wnttt 1t1Rl Is .c tU B f4al ad J. D. RAHHE Agu ST. AUGUSTtNC. fLA

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.:i.ii.-. ;tj ;t j .r.. ". MORGAN cbTITUSVILLE.: ALTON, :: -

:... ;, ,Mi m RIPPUS the reliable, FLA. IIIr.
<*"--rJ-V""" Representing following companies:
..._;-,;;.,;fi4"y!'<"" :!'}: UfDI'OOL"i urnux *GLOBS m. flL' E1T' "D ixsnusct cu iii: _." ,
''''' : '' : .... ,...yppN ew isrsart. aad ...., BH.fl V of HealthThere n.UTt\ali i TIKE IXH EAXUC CU nn.nyuuu.anuuoo.. ;: .
;'-5'i\'i'\' &< ACTS TIE 1\kt'alxtacu.: C.frtfc.U Ruff
ir 4' .tT..u.ct..C'AMIo FIn t.ssftuscs t\). BKUSSTIB GKamix IM in.noKKisnEASc 1e',
"" :'i.f. ;.:- co., or x. t. jcoawioi cxws rtt n.s to.xoKTHtRX :. -
: ,. COCOA.Th -
i':" rm'UI flex t t'U"J:N. AMMTUXCK tt>. -.
&P )* beDs are on a strike and refuse to is a quality in Royal SURETY BONDS and LIFE INSURANCE. 11

famishes*. Mw'MIMMwMwAwMMMwm!
.; 11 rL E. XL ret'e8. ofoolh Rockledge, Povdervhich makes ..
J; Baking -
'-: k TM shopping in Cocoa on Wednesday. JAM ES PRITCHAEU. Piwwl*st. W.:U.:BROWN, VWIXSTOXS.BEANNIKU. k..Presideat .
t fog hang over the rim on (iaklet.
; $ A heavy the food and
t Wednesday And did not leave until after more digestible :

/.7 midday.Tb .
wholesome. This
n recent cold snap depleted the peculiarityof ;1

;1- ecbools for *few day, bat everything is : D EI'C ITOI .

; in working order again. Royal has been noted by Authorized Capital ..____..ftOOt;( ).OO j
Paid op ttpiuf......._..... ..) 83.OUO.00:
Mr. F. 'ty on Coco Height to two ladles, whose .physicians and they accord- TIU!*AT.l A !

namea-we did not learn. ,
General Banking Business. :

Cocoa U taking on a steady growth endorse and recom r
it building and improvement ingly Largest and Ht t i
Dot a boom, but there
(lank on lie Hirer.
where ail the ,
going on tome
while. mend it. Exchange IV! nyht and 1"c.1d on All =
Foteigu COUII\r-s. c

: Every day' steamer from the sooth Patronage i>." Kiitiil.' Pn>Bipt wnirt.<< J
V bring iU contingent of shoppers from ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW YORK. polite In'3tm..nt and r vrry favor nduiattnt f. .

river ta. People know where .. _.. _. .. -- .. --- withcaunervatttebankins gnuted. K>i s' -j
down pol11 ------ -- -'- -----
they can receive best bargains and Cocoa I The little fellow is all right now and as tow the large yawl PriucvM when r.tce UMiKKSl'ONPCNTH:
Empire Trust Cuaipaoy. X \, norMa "
< merchant are all obliging and have good. lively as ever. sary. IUuk A Trust ropipanj.JafkllUnilIf.t1a.

stock to select from. The morning services at the chapel are Mr. Uuddiman b now building a row. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. i

Cocoa was certainly "it" this week-a increajinK in interest and attt mlant't'. boat to he I tilled to hi* fl.-et. The launch . .
i cirou, a minstrel, a variety OIU man Mr. Harold Baker Aberdeen, Md ds i almost ready for llillnl"tlinlIr.. l uJ.

how, a grind organ and monkey-all adds materially with hie viotin, to the! dimau has! one of the prettiest houseboats PENNEY & BRANNING

coming right on the be.:1Iof a big, "trade" mnaie at both Sunday school and church on the Indian river. ,

and in one week, were enough to distract services. Rev. Hall has kindly given up TITUSVILLE
Are You Itotletf at Mght.'
E the mind of the most sedate. the evening services at chnjl that all z ,
And harajfced by a bail cough? 1'eeBdlard'e .
Mr. N. M. Fwhiathis week workingthe may attend the song service at the New rebound Syrup, it "illlt'CUre '

toad between Cocoa and Rockledge. Kockledge hotel. PrayenneHing on you sound bleep and tffeti it prulll .t and 4
The roads along' the river front were getting I Wednesday evening as iHiisl.! radical 1 cure. *:'oc., 50c. and f 1.00 tattle Fashionable Clothiers
much cot and needed the attention at It'Crut"8 l't.anucy.otailtGIAYA..
The Good Road awqmtion held a _.
-- -
of the Nipmtfor very ranch and we meeting at Hotel Indian River on Tuesday : .

x are glad he and hi* gang hare reached it evening, Jan. 24th. The preriJetit, several tourists and winter visitors from and Gents' Furnishers

at la+t. L W. Battenfield, bringab*>nt, Mr.I S. I tit north have been in town the pat few

:. Mr. R. ){. Packard was ill a few day II. Peck was railed to the chair. The ...
day s. -
4 V last week and the freight came in hy the secretary and treasurer, A. H. McKwwn,
The Shoe
Misg Bain and a lady friend reu-hed Jjii queen Duality fur Indira i U (brrv
carload until the freight station was full p'resent Considerable lni-iiiess was f'j
stood here the latter part of latt week. Mr<. moil i htylldh) and durable In tin world. In .
to running over and cars fall on dispatched and money raised format! im
the track. He just had to get w t1I0 get provement. The sprinkler has lf put Rain will arrive later. 'I addition "t' beep the famous KdninCUppindL'rovst'tt :

t *--fc the freight moving. Never befure in the on the mad and the duet IS laid low. Master I.:1l'air: lUrneUexptcts to visit MHWii.11! high rlavn goods| to IM

f history of,the town has there been eo Mtesrs L. W. Hattenfit'M and J. J. White his uncle, Dana Hiscuck, at Pulcockia A round here. Manhattan Shirts K. & \\'. Collars
moth freight at time to handle. of workmen and etop with him for the coming fceaaor.Mr. : .
one are superintending a gang Stet+on and Itnox Hats. \;
: Mr. and )1... J.O. Powell, Stamford, who are at work on the a\'t'nllt'in front J. W. Bruner has rented several -- ,

Conn., epent a couple of days last week of thehotels? and they are doing good acres of laud from Mr. Hicock and hae

A visiting Mrs. 1\>..,11'* brother, Dr. J. 0.Scofield work. planted aud is planting the same W beans Anything and everything else that

sV and seeing old time friend The Ladies' Aid cocifty has drtidrdto and other crops. men wear can boj here. j \

.They were former h' idfOIS of Cocoa. hold their bazaar on Friday, February Arthur Sinks took a party of tourist, to Jon 1

They are in SL Augustine for the winter 17th. They have secured the nom o1'.nJDIt RiKkledge on We
; and took a run dow n to Cocoa to see how on the duck next to fisk and It<,naid's > have been taking in the sights of Banana

: we are progressing. Everyone was gladto ,... river and the Thousand iflands.
fruit hom-, in New 1: vkb.lge l .i. "
}, we them once more. no building. Everybody inyite l to come Mr. A. V. Hiwock Jr., |1-lotlUl&ott'r! at !f.\ yi/r..>frl''f'TtTrt'.r1.... ,..!....- ._...T""rr_ J.(.\' .,

KOCKLKDQK. see! their display and purchase that which .Montrwe, central Michigan, reftche here .r.J. l
takes their fancy. Tht'Y"ill have a fine t he ants: ultimo, and with ins wife and -BBESCUYLER -

The street sprinkler is a great inetitu. display of tansy good<-a'l' n efu! article, daughter is stopping with his uncle hie.A ".
home made candies, cakes can tie pure Ilieruck. 1

Every incoming train brings more chased whale or in part (a boon to light Mr. T. A. MuMleton! and wife take a lj

-, ,people.. housrketpers) and ice errtiin, ake,coffee, tour on hou uboJt from Kil1oimml't'around
:, Happy is the man whose crop \IrI.blpPf'l.'II, '>"-"., will bcsrrvrd Now is the twist: Miutherunnl of lie main land 1 FIRE and LIFEINSURANCE fa faU

a good time to help the 1 ladies in their efforts I I into the: inland water way at Miami

Mr. and Mrs. Dwite BlakwW! of New to help build a new church. thence into Indian, river.

:' Haven are visiting their parent, Mr. Thelnnjrwrviceat the New Ilockleiiifv: :i
aud Mrs. C. W. llakr&le! !. E l-
.. +)Sunday nilhtUA very largely 3I
The dock of Hotel Indian River i is! being many being unable to grt into the a<*-'' TITUSVILLE, : FLORIDA

repaired and put in safe condition M-mbly r.wm. Mr. In,). McCanlle, of

much .vetted improvement. Philadelphia leol l the services and the! 4thFor ............-"'. .-........ ...............,............,. ."
:. Mr. L. F. fettee is rusticating at Palm singing by the audience familurhyuine ......)4........,...; _,... w..J. ;..J,..; W..r. ;..J #. '....) ,J..J ;..J-.J .J..j WI I

Reach He Joined hi* family here I last was spirited. The lotkltod.orch"trs J \V\I.KKI: n Iif *' t.
played I two tine selections and Mr. Betniu I
; week, coming from New
'1 Mrs. Wm. Young continues my ill, rendered a fine 'cello s 4i.! Mrs. Seymour coughs, colds, bronchitis, JOHN R. WALKER & CO., j
asthma weak throats weak
attain favored!.., audience ilh a j "
; ) but U showing improvement Her beautiful)Kilo, ",>,Come to the Cinrn i lungs, consumption, take J', Titusville.! Fla. 1
friends hope to see her np soon. Cherry Pectoral.
{. Firths," and :MM. Kain, of Piialepliia! I Aycr's
( t Mr. 1.. W. Batten ie1J didn't stay totlw urig'Faoe ,-) Face" Mrs. K< in ha-a

i > hitla at the llrtnnnd-D4ytnna race fine soprano voice of great ran re and sang CherryPectoral I DRY GOODS I

as be eipectcd, &>r the cold "aves oolJt"l! with such ea.a and npl't"O .ion it ass a ,

J. down and h" came home \0 save Ins orange delijtht to hear her. It U hunt that I V

tree all tLese U'liea will favor the 110m!! service
Mrs. C. J. Coin will eaterUin tl-e with their comic ofu-n. : Always keep a bottle of it in CLOTHING
the house. VTc have been t tGENTS'
I' Palmetto club next week at her pleasant ,
a.M saying this for CO and
1 borne on the boulevard.! Mrs. tUtten- K.f U A LI.IK.
have the doctors.
r fieid entertained the dub la.t TaeMlay Summer weather so
once more. ", .. FURNISHINGS
J. ha' .d A..r r 'tnn e..e.t. It n'e
k and a very pleasant two hoar were pass tom I y r." to! 1' a 1R. ton coos. lu.fa .
: C R Stewart, of Titu"ville, WAS in Kaniallie tb..er4. f..Art., fin' all ttu..t w. "i ,
r ed. I .,
, I ( Tiiefrtay! doing LasneeThecutertainmentin '!. I U-"b'Ma& J It !1)u-a..tI, 1\'O&PII...
; Mr*. W. C. U:kwW will entertain tW I ;, "II!. 'lilt J r ATiIA I
Ijuiiea' Aid society on Thursday afternoon McMillan's hall 'I.." for 1I.f. SHOES f
on Wednesday I last wa< well attended.
Fib 9th. A full attendance is dettrvd ,
aa it will be the I last meeting l..f"no Dr. Booth a'ul family of Yoang tow n. 'The' ( Lungs 1 1DaIJ r '
Ohio will be in FAn: Gaiiie this week.
the bazaar arrangenienta muss be ere
kcL W. T. Well, i-f MciUwrue, w is in Eau i action of the bowel Is neces MILLINERY 1

I MM Ida M. >"hon,of N*.hvii*, Iron (i&lhton Turwlay with a supply of t-t.h a alaoqaa sary.-- Aid. .--nature-- -'-with. Ayers Pills ,

is the guest of her irr, Mrs. M. F. !it ratare. I I ".\"Tt Ih -.%Lfc.I .

't. t Guru at Etr>rnx>re ci4iag Mr*. The Mattie H., Capt. Sjtnmonds own ;, oicr .t.: ')jr virtue >f a ,(( frt. ...e
I !. er, returned to F.aa tiallir Taxis are of mtWa and ode "rood OI.It "f for
Green U a o entrrtainutg her father a.oJI orj :
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t. rtirait court IB and for Brrrini n j! tjK V LTL
\ i mother, Mr. and Mrs. Shortt, of the after laadin a party at Melbourne.Mr. ''I ... wbercia the Ir.teat.t.e R udica and lgauaa.riatiua 'j

I, acne place.Mrs. A Lana on and Mr. and Mr*. Thomas i u ontajiUiiuiit_ and S J. Nortub -<
I I. t }I al are defendants. 1 111..11) at pa4ite +al.! -
; t S. B. Parsons and wo, K. Brock and t.o children, o! '. .."'town, 0., i on XoodT.. the 8th day March.! \ f), itS
I ., IVson, of New York city arrived ont an eicted in Kao lapis this week. I Iia foot nf for friort' bott. 4'ior, IB Titatvi :ri We want your patronage.
I londa. doAnc the twarnt f.-xal .ate. to tat
:.. Monday evening and will trust the re- Capt John Elardi It* hfJu i Dr. C. :' bzhrM aW list bo.Ut'r fur tu "all, hetewiar !'" Our aim ia to pleai YOU. :
l maindvrof U4 wicwr with Mrt rV1vD8 G. W 1J't one Iioa..buat here for the deCrsts t lands torso: aNew
I I:1 that tract 61 Lad lying IB B.ur 1i
' ::. another, Mr?. It K. Brtck, an.! sister, summer, Dr. Weld havicg, returned to his i rouitij. Hurkl*. downtvii &a follow. Up-to-Date Ooodt is tvery
Mrs. L. B. Cha: rd at the litter's br3Q. home so .AkoD. Tint tract tf loud: in MvUoit t. In hJp
'If V I ::! math r afe S rod Ix'f.Baiat .tZld a p' 4 Line. t
f. tiftil borne Sanshine (Vtta."\?. The J. F. P., cf Melbucnxr, u ux/oml i feet vat aad U trd &*tftb of lit ratbrant
came of tb* o+,Rhea*t fit the Mail orders receive
"jairVr f"
t in the barbur awaiting: ita turn on the prompt and
J. l UlU Edward McCrady. thee baby 1ft' ->, t I aur-.h..t qurkr ofllTtioG i tow 41bt? sad
,. Edward MrCraJy, Sr fell off a chair marine railway. }Ir. Powell of Waakepia. route slice's ull l'4. sad[ ran a.r : : ittlurday into which he tad ctttubed: and Ill, is owner of this fine sclxxmer. ,t 'e wf'4i nadA th..-. iuzt8 .1Si ruts l
thence t'Mt :; flu's So the plax: of ( Ur.l.
;, :, track the back of LU Id& on the win. W. J. Gcmaon, of TUl ton, }fl.t: !., has t'mIIu1filu.r four aa.-

a daw Wee and cot a rub into w high Dr. had tu Dew ergi&e plaxvd in his laocch. I, pMal WACrr JOKY is r'JI&T.l kareery.TitrAri.'fr JOHN WALKER & CO. Titosville! Fla.

s IlagbletthadWtaket.oumoreatitcts., This litU! boat has great power and will F'.. fell.Jt'J. IWS ,

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