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 10, 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
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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
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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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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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[M mmwmiatt We A have SPECIAL beta informed 71VCZ that application .j C CORRENI [ rLI-" .1X'S. SALE' AT ifijit I iiiui IP.: r

44 wiU be made at the coming session
FtBKCiBT 13 1905.
n a* later.** That An UappadiKlead grime Xamttoa Carnal Crests .f a.-Pn*.atp brat
01 the legislature for a special bill prorid- j
/ T*.*., a4 \ '- kid three strapped .nr' T..., .. Bent
lag that Brevard county may build a and tan, latest style toe
',The finest assortment of Cake, Bread fence either along the right of way of the Mr. C. T. Mc( I special y price of $1 49\ all Oysters in f1'tfY1trl. and quantity I'

MdPiei at r. E. 0. Grocery. Florida East Coast railway from the north town Monday.Hon. F. E. C. Grocery

_Mr Eli Walter, of Quay, spent a cow to the south end of the county, or vary K. B. !. 9 4 sheeting Mnbleach-in Mrs. ?. Nelson, of south Titiuville, baatwo
1 cents yard same
pU of days in THosville this week from said line as' may be deemed best, drew., tvnU. per quite ill w ith an attack of la gripper

, ,. Dr. J. E. Miller the dentist, arrived and tbe right of the county to condemn Pierce, were in linen lawn, yard .wide but is now improving.

from West Palm ,Beach Monday after. a right of way for a county fence.: This Citrus stock worth 35 rent, special 1100. Dwight W. Tuttle.or New Haven,
a &lot of ahout 3X J> yards 33
noon, special bill propose to provide that no Indian River : worth 15
)fro T. A. Robinson, of City Point was cattle hones or other stock shall be allowed Send for next day for points further down the

tea'.=. op lor a few boon May Tuesday, and to run at large injthat part of said Palm Beach. of brown brilliantine, river
> of raid line'of fence and Ind. !:", very stylish for skirt or
x <' ;: iced till baby, boy with him. county east We have the worth 75 cent, Monday County Clerk Dearborn, of PJ rouny -
din and for
to provide impoundingcattle
Call bells, cracker jar and an exqnitite ever offered on !. has been suoiiooned to appear Mine
= line of souvenir good of .all descriptions and etock running large within range from 10 place on sale a few pieces the United States senate as a itr.tll in I
said &territory, and filing a penalty for brilliantine 44 inches
'. have just been received at the Red Cross persons allowing said cattle or sbxk runing per
Pharmacy. > at Urge or from turning cattle iA upon Mrs C. 8. 25 per yard, Monday only Pfankuchen, of New York city Jit'dyt't'teNa1lt
said territory and also to allow the F. '
For the medicine cheat sideboard son with little the Bcnecke home, Banana
; E. C. railway to build one line of fenceon with white silk pol
1, W. Harper Whiskey U preeminentlythe the wNt'side of its right of way to be Miss Annie .. wide, very stylish for creek. His brother arrived a few days

family whUkey-nooe better. Sold joined by a county fence at each faints I rived: here hut shirt waist suits, worth before his death.

i k y by R. L. MoUow and F. A. Losley.t II may be deemed best by the county, with their special 9S cents. Mrs. LuU Banks of Macon, Ga., after
and to prohibit the running at large olcattle mohair brilliant @ 44
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{ ; Beautiful selections in leather goods and horses and other stock east of Bai*}ec. very stylish forskirta, worth a pleasant visit( or about ten J'J'tub .. !.

,, and burnt wood work hare just been received any such ffoce and west of the west shore Mr. Andy for 93 ants Mrs K B. Wsger, left Tuesday afternoon ,
: at the Red Crow 'Pharmacy. An (if Indian river and to pass any other kg Monday into the in navy blue or black 46 on the 2:46 train for her home
station that will carry out the general this material makes
,M loapedioa U all that i* aked. You will : purposes as above indicated and to pro- now owned by price $:.50. special $1 elegant,49 per lied Cross Pharmacy ha jut rm-ived

V be son to porchaw. these novettiea ride for gates along the public roads and Wagoner and a new invoice of hand mirrors, hsudeoiueouvemrgoodo

r _. Mr. J. Sondergaarde.. expects hU brother neighborhood road, and, if necessary, to part ol this de Pans, 40 inches wide, handkerchief Std glove .I
begin said fence at such points in said been rented to yard, at a special l price of I
and wife from Keyport N, J., to arrive county as may be most desirable, and to per. boxes. Beautiful lines of good E

In Titoivllle on Sunday to spend a make such legislation as is recrwary to wife.Road '. veiling, 44 inches wide, Call at Titusville Livery at rear of

'l.w weeks, his brother having amonth's protect the rights of said railway should : always pay $1.75 per yard Bobbins' law office, for stylish ngs.
vacation to in Florida. any cattle or stock be killed by said rail quested THK |1 00. Leave
spend orders for both
hauling double
way within the territory where stock is madeofgoidqual!.
that the
Shipments of new 1905 model Barnes prohibited from running at large. I new '>ok, in endless variety o( and single. J, 51. 0.ban, pr>pru-tor..

bicycles made by Pope )fIDOradorin, We are informed that this measure it bank, leading : $1 50, at a special! price of 9H I>r. W. L HughlfU. of OM. and Dr.

(ompany ]just received by the Indian meets the approval of the stock men, the now opened Rollins, of Titus ille, have been appointed .
bas been l'ondt l sateen*, in black and white I
River Music House These up-to-date anti-stock men and the railroad people used the briJ hardly he told from silk, by Hon. Frank Clark, 51. C, a* delegates -
t wheel will be sold! for 125.00. Best Our columns are open for the discussionof u lUe shirt waist suite, 3*. to the meeting of the American
Miss ) { ( ...onbJ,') cents a yard at a
equipment throughout thii measure and now U the time to Anti-Tubercukiais Leagu, which con-

sit Mr. MeJKtn and party of friends arrived diaroas thoroughly, so our represent. Providence visit R. of 15 and cents.laces at almost one- Yt'nN Atlanta! in April next.Mr.IlernatiGlaasaprominent. ..

Tuesday afternoon for a cruise down lives will know how to handle the sub noon on a { value. btihiuea t ,

tbd coast in the steamer Vapbo dia. ject when the legislature meets. Mrs. Brady and '', in ..white cream. ecru and man of Evansville, Ind., hu purchased i3',

The Mellen party have already had a ma mates unusually,. price. from Mr. A. A, Taylor the Fairview .
.. orange r'
rooning eipedition this the St DEATH OF MBS. B. T. BBOWV. peels to spend a ", yard long, good qua!
year Dp each. grove on Indian river 1f rriu.

Y Johns, consequently' their arrival on Indian The friends of ,Archdeacon_ and Mrs.B. leaving.. next of heavy feather ticking. Mr. Glass and family intend spending

'' river U al little later than usual F. Brown in this section were greatly NEW for :0 cents per yard Mon tie winters in Merrill

Mr and Mrs. Isaac Denbr, of Connecticut shocked Sunday when they first heard of We have just | shawls 15 rents., in black or white, Our rejxirter was misinformed last 1

who have been at Palm Beach the mysterious disappearance of Mrs. enl styled of tA. week as to Mr. G. G. Howard' rwigoinjf

.7 for a while arrived here yesterday for a Brown from her home in Orlando on Friday Kripix-ndorf A. flow, in all colon, the well from the service of the Southern Express

<, visit with Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Wetmore. morning of last week, since which patent leather Brand promptly 10 cents filled a skein.on of company. Mr. Howard ha been granted

; Mrs. Denby sister of )Ir. Iii etnore time all ttJ'orto find her have proved any several month vacation from her duties

{-,. being Florida for her health may stay fuule. Jrura KLIM in UK express M>rvi
t#'.: here for the balance of the season.Mr. Mrs. Brown has been in poor health for Titimille, Fla. Palatka u now stationed here M express
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:'- William P. 3111&'Ilndl'n. of Bath, some time past and that morning she THE STAR'K !: NOTES. Ijren'

;: Maine treasurer of the Bath Trust company started for the doctor's office. She was says in regard & Sunday after Kpiphany Feb. County Clerk A. A. Mewart wu taken

.\ accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. last seen going towards Lake Kola about "It is hard \n.h' .. church t'Or1"lt'fOl'. suddenly very ill Wednesday night with

Rupert H. Baxter arrived Tuesday to 4 1'. m. Although that and several other exact utt'nto' )' will he r"ad.t 10.30: In. heart trouble mud aL oua time early' ,N'

..pendHk hero with Mr. G !o. M. small lakes have been thoroughly dragged tret in the rimy will be at the kay ruc.rrlUlIi awe or a d..1J'

'o Robbins and CmU1.1r Muwenden beIng n) sings of her body have been found. one every day church' and at communion 1031); a. m witl, f..r ditto, but improved liter In the day.

a brother-in-law of Mrs. M. P. Bobbin The body of Mr*. Brown was found and querulous L< at the Wsreland Jensen Hi* condition ass inch at first thai hU

*. > Wednesday morning by a man who was I notice you :3t) p. m. for evening prayei sun and daughter Clad'lie and Mint
plowing. It was lying in a clump of oak that all ,
n" \ Frankie,
The trained animal! and bird show aL I weretelgrphed totorne hou.e.
; the opera house Tuesday night was largely trees about three quarters of a mile from gardens here Methodist Rev W. F.fhnixh Allen! Tutus, will We hope the chnj for ihfln-lU-r ,,1111... S

: ; attended, and, although rather short, the boLt was found by the body; lettuce, beets Frb. UMh, at 11. m. and cuutiiiaed l>y a iteady improvement of
which had contained carbolic add and hurt. A man tx-hnol his condition.Inytstrnlay'.Times.
t" 'everyone seemed thoroughly pleased wills Sunday at 10 a. in
the inference U plain that Mrs. Uru..nrommittt'd here rams his '\l to three -ivices. The
Australian o'ICh.
S the performance The 'rnon' there awe
suicide. preach at Mime in tin after
tool were well trained and the l-'tl form. Knrkledgp jai't a dispatch from Miami taln/t'tat "W.
f The coroner's jury rendered: a verdictto some northern ; Hrokaw, with hu uir br..t ('h !Ieoirff
lag canaries were too cute for anything the effect that death resulted from unknown heats Kaamazo'Ttiere! Mile.Jj) W lker, of (irr.ton, lat hi. record and that of the wortd, thlWtodIt..lay. -
It .as a charming entertainment for the i ill trending the winter at i i S mOfllln tau+es. The funeral wi held to
little folk, who thoroughly enjoyed it, no will bold divine! service in time 2 minutes and .' This
oaeof whom said: "It didn't last but that afternoon. I less it be lime 9 FplRt>p l thtmh, Tltu..vile.! I announif ment m owtradicu-d in the Miami .
abort The \'enerablert"ddron B. F. Brown shed bat there Fet I'.lh, >>th uN.rung I Mrtn>|.iiiof! utuedaif, a lusts give.i .
ten minutes. An I the manual l t.-JUrl
", at i the to trial made
hu the deeper sympathy his tints o( have oran Zf1' i Wedrfe..Iay morning
tim to him. I thkhc.J hlL'Ibt't'nr..nt. lat2.IUjuNt't3.! Wtirhisrr.rrrct
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friends in this his bereavement. .
great .rundss
ever .
Mr. L. R. Decker writes us as follows to the tienrgtana Mel- \ believe tlit Melritpiiti* i* curmt.ENTERTAINMENT .
of the tree are i I \ for another sear, prrace.i
from Glen Farm X. Y., where tie i i. 81 PLUNKARD.
tine sloe fntze grr :ation* at Oily Point an4| i I TONIGHT. 1
pending the inner: "I wish to hear I Ia.-t Sunday, thefirtof the
The entertainment rendered at the op. 1W, that I | An entrrUmmeiit and dente will t.,
the shine and The !
where *
from the land IUD : vear 'Ji&l.nl1m
era hone' last Saturday nirfht by the vPtunkard i in the Irfmw
weighed (\ church iuOallie filled : given opera tin rruUv n.
the cold winds of winter Jo not blowtheir"UW to be the and they weijth t : -rvlCf'. Yo. rung t.y Ual arid; abut, ir.rlu-Jp. a,

mournful requiem through the "Uwlof the rarn." The comedy w III iud. "!iow ro I H.'Hawk will peach .t H. fore* calird .",'A Picked up Ihnir," the "
of the and a pro..l. |o >r tlw Ur.rfit <>| the liragres
leafless branches tree put four acts, two of which take plse-eon! the A rwr p. ... -' Kpt*<\>[iai church Lan ive'uit0re club Th iuuc al l
fellow in mind of winter with it's btaai.1n1 firm, near Fairview Conn., and the from relied m : I':h, at jll30 a. m. The 1.1It.e pro rallJrat" a ill ii>u"i.t of aunt

anow. I don't with to ere another others in New York city, where the rural the! pin .ppe: martinfor the comfl'n-lItt" : II l nl1I r"rlUrt'r}' hl+gfoorderi i:r-rl'.J :
winter wherethe northern II'II'M a,b tome ; I hell at J..I1"m.atur.1Ay! .eat- >1 cents; j"II..ral..tllliOOfIfJO! 3o"J 'nlf.
it's beautiful white father over IIhl'd'1 representative merle with tome wonderfnladtrcturre. and now they I Feb 11th and l,;'ih l>v. children oiit iU-M-rvn sae at I'...-
dale until the air is filled with ci>M per. )Ir. J. C. Lewiaapptam: old tirlJ.Y D D, the J.ft't'.lir.t elilrr w-y A Iennnng'r. T,... rntrrtataumnt
fumes. Xo more for me after thi*" in the character of the traditional down to bearing did at Melhourn1 ,I. K church will cunifMejit al S o'riu. k .h.rpOBTON'S .
fivMs will give I'I and 7J: )) p mafxlav th.-i
< ", members of the dramatic ea-ter, Si Piunkard, and earned it nut to I.,.. l'i
s One of the while: other ) i!! r> supper will folio the
", > companT met with a very narrow<<&I'"+ perfection, ably supported by other g'IoiJ 1:0-; will give : !1! )QD. SHOWS COMING.Mr .
from being killed at the opera house $>*tarday comedian During the evening nam. are hurt bury ; Philip lIam, f>rtt\ ajrnt for
Jot ilf f nr the doors were t'hafI"! lincker the Shies Orbn'y'-has
night. berof 01' to-J.t specie!tics were intro- crop. t/xlay t. arnh-d L4,
opened be was doing *>nw hutlrttloa a&.1- pint.: q'jatt. Jrtlv in* upon th* attire for the aauwtuenl oft I ducal making in all a program unexcelled "L\C : I I i Eye gl.***. all prur here Friday aida ramnlay of .tt ek.
of the w hen for fun, originality and novelties! that ",
'the other member company I)}n't forget !i *, Men nnl Madras :"rt" a-1 on pie
1 a revolver dropped from hu I***** to the I will not sooo U for.. *teti. The musical smith ant wa \ 'I \ leather rJT C.I .\...}:.. The MHUiurne! Titi e. say: The show

stag floor and the weapon ws ursine I I I 1'6of the program was also nnwt t xcellent. and guo I :', Valenti! Pwtal, was f1r.J Ur.aUi... ever in M.4-
ballet. of Urge calibre, grazing J. dry gum!* .f__. a. ,. w. bourrM: Tax Orton thildrt-n. It. and
the jocular rein and making a '.{ TltJ'fllInJa ,
COB/ Mir :! Clarence. art 11.1 I to I* the trot trapeze
led wound in his lK''ktkr being EGOS roB BAtCBI G. FOB SALE j..riinnrt in the w-,fid "hat tt their
treated by Dr. Rollins be played the dou- POWELL HALE. arc. Iva only 10 al riarrflee fe The
for the entin From oar majllilot ankle tomb White About &S
bit bar tn the orchestra of ttoe tow i Leghorns at $1 00 per setting of IS. the ,I tioti* on .Friday ni/ht. whole show ww prt no U ncr "Pr eaT or
Th maua
.. Btribannca.bas decided that loaded flfrarm Woo DLax 0 I'm;mr YAKI.. at the Narrows, : ; at !8 oVJk. Mr W clips "rro.
mar hArt"-'f,, JTa. a TJWI- note-l Irui fIItl.ttlr. The 't \l1lU1tlr..l rh'J' No who.
.. be taboedbvtbe members of hucompany. No S, section 3.
ssast Std. in to.Dship of his tni!cil lar. fyi s tn'.er' that has yet 51311,11 this city rue uwe

___ __ __ COMB Th'j land u gonoicc talor than Muter ( tJ&lIf1' agit-
proceeds of the evening go to grtino lat ntjbt.
WASTED. To the TatarilS Blackwiilh bop to cated. For Huh !'ctLt..,.,,. a-

4 Cbkkens for killing by crat**. get tour work dooe. The only expmnoed Hn"J rate J> cer>v on t!.The ow waafcwof Tal'arue the tapiul lord shoe"ay'. Or1ho',
that hat
Wal. R. CAMWiiuMelbourne blacksmith in town. AH worguaranteMi : A Branmog'*. tirnermi
]Fta.Tbtaharpitboal and promptly attended to. orate children 1 cents.IiLearaTTU. ever it*:b+! TaUli!: jMrv. Kirry cwt assmew
TE' and up to date
Work done tttaa
cheaper anywhere ID -- -- --- -'-
roa ULEo the to..n.It!> tinning, plumbing, and Seventy-fite UL.'XU !(. --- -"
All KUht Mat be genera! rtpaincg done at the T milk had cheap by ) meg to visit the is'aod: ill oaaaot It4l\t AT CtT fUICM.W .

dd. At your own c cnr. O ..>1 .w BiAckaaUb bop Cocae oo*, Come an. &t These are at it w nwsttiy to obtain \! have twehe car of first [ears o I.
hutbc p eta dddreire liu 1 and you shall be done right by. ditkm basins : u the warden, I' Krtg, at $Ze Loin we l.c.ta: tfSer at nil pncrt.
I1&. 0. &' Crag have been veil I, laad. i i F. Tiu v w A Co., Coo,, Fla.



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:* :t \.lDIGlJION.. III WYOMG Welectrical power plant for pump CUREDIGESTS
", -' tax water from the canal to,one of a
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::it 4J" higher level for high line d1Jt batlon. t
Kodol '
i4 ID Governments Vast Project In Engineer Ahem ia bond ii a perm. WHAT YOU EAT'

'>-. .< : neat road 300 feet up the canyon and T1.1i.oltxa.ox4aMI1KtlmutttUttttaii kfca stfU far Sd.....

: the Big Horn Country. atone the line of the canal to be tour n'M''a em AT via usouTott orE.

:B"ti! r--;! I and one-half miles' long two miles of C. DeWITT & COMPANY. CHICAGO, ILL

s; -, : mm I COST WILL BE 12,500,00. He whkh ia expending will be cut about through 17.000 solid per moot rock. For sale by the Red Crow Pharmacy TUostUfc; Ean Gallie Pharmacy, Elm Galtie; Chas. F. CimpWl, Melbvorne,

for labor,.b1n In this connection, and
it,;:. '; it will be a fine piece of engineering
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cost of the project will be $-,500- For Sale by-

1 Jl,.;:'.. B. Ri._r4 r.r AjprlealUral Pmi 000. and the time required for its completion .

"' w *,..._.1s Cry .( Alfalfa Oral will, \e three years. .. .
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'f .ud P.tal.e. .t.N ....k.. P.r. -._...._._- East Coast Lumber 1
FBblic .. Aientcd.
One of the greatest of the Irrigation
The public is aroused to a knowlediof Supply) Company
@J being undertaken by the ,
project DOW the curative merits of that great medicinal .

*:: government in the arid regions of the tonic Electric Bitters, for eii k etom ,,

4f@ far west 'Is what is known InotftcW, ash, liver and kidneys. Mary H, Waiters "EAU GILLIE FiORIDA.50and60incliinStca.
of 516 St. Chit A ve. O lf mb 0. .-
; : circles u the Sbosbooe project in Biz > je, ,
%W5 f writes: "For several months i was givenop
j.f :.> Born county. Wyoming says the Des. to die.\ I had fevt-rand anjlUl"my

. i :' eret News of Salt Lake. This is noth nerm 'ere reckeiJ; I could! not sleej

4f. d iDg less than a scheme now fairly; and my stomach 11&8 so weak from ue' e

it! launched and under way for the redernption less doctor' drags that I could not eat *<- ; -
( through irrigation: of 100.000'r Soon after beginning to take Electric Bit
acre of hitherto desert lands spread tore I obtained relief and in a short time Writs for Prices
I cured. Guaranteed
was entirely bj
f5; out to the northeast of the Shoshone
Red Cross Pharmacy price 51\:.
: :: ; TiTer from the town of Cody and forJ ;

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': : that section. the "Stinking Water.1 RUSSIAN CLAMOR FOR WORK curving Atair to the second floor, I

; ;; because of the rank sulphurous fume Korel Peatare latrodared .. a ('otllf where, at the head of the stairs they n Mm:Ataih sa./ r.,., .w. *.

; : arising from various rents and crevice i.a at Clalt
: ; la the earth adjoining the stream, A new newspaper made Its appearance i aid ('.a.tlt.ttea Are Not U..lrd. with canary bird singing. Long, earned RUDDER'HOWTO

! : which is also more or less Impregnate in Chicago the other night. It was The Uev. Benedict J, Turkevitcb wooden pipes snit fancy steins decorated 1 BOOKS "

J w with the chemical entitled the Cotillon Evening Favor. rector of the Russian Orthodox church the tables on which the supper j}

r( Stinking Water river.has proved alto in Bridgeport, Conn., and the editor of was served while the entertainmentwent 4 t Ovtr i.Tio IxwU !\aYe Ma kilt frMt .... tlMt

e '. tether too uneuphonlous for the modern and its circulation was strictly limited! Slet (Light), a prominent Kossian paperin on. Electric lights were arranged II I _.4 tome la thro.... buobsSnaat.dlJv Iop.oIt tytt'J ivS i.M ttttaadr. w
to the 170 at the second annual every
I :y' refined ear and it has been cbang- guests the United States, who recently re- separately and In clusters through I '""Is ,,(all p.0*, dLwIsg rtMt It .. Mot Ltuuw
; r. : ed to Snofihoue midwinter cotillon' which took place at! turned from a three months" visit to the foliage and flowers, and the canary all aaL.It.tntnmdy ...,.. ;, 3

Some years ago Buffalo Bill (Colonel the Virginia hotel, says the Chicago Itu-ftla, spoke as follows on the disturbances birds were In cages concealed behind I HOW TO IUIID A RACtR FOR tSOHOW '
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t W. F, Cody sealed what might bet Tribune. The figures favors and lighting there says the New York these ....,. ,......,...e 4 l..1 0.. 5.rv i.lew_......M
"y done In this section" in the way of irri effects at the dance were notably Tribune: I TO BUILD A SKIPJACK

gallon and started out to organize a big elaborate, but the Evening Favor was "The people of Russia the peasant I C..I.L I. kati t.. .__ MtlM w t+wN" .- A
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: Irrigating: company with a view to doing its most successful feature. class, do not want a revolution or a Mrs. BJr-1-0II&1Y that you have two it.. y.Aat...I pltr" ".t -,...... h's...

'jut what the government Is now Hardly had the guests taken their constitution. They do not know the husbands? HOW TO BUILO A RACING *IOO '

.- .ti f proposing to do. But it was not long seats for supper in the ml dining room meaning of revolution or constitution."Let Mrs. Sly--Yea: the one I thought 1 .<.IICT...m.,.>..-twfifl-t.+. ..f t. k.., ....wit.r

r= before the immensity of the undertak- tit midnight when their ears were assailed me explain ;o far as I am able was marrying and the one I got-D*-;' ..*>, .41k

,r ing impelled him to halt and enter Into with the unexpected cry of: !. the'situation relative to the working trolt Free Press. HOW...,TO.. ..GUILD.. p. .",1 A .A..p MOTOR I..LAUNCH t..w.Iral.l..d
', negotiations with the government to "Extry: Toiperl All about the cotil class**. The country districts about St. I --- -- I' .Ii, ata tw-s face ..-
I....".,) l'oll&tarlt
take the job off his band Finally Ion. Extry, Eteuiug Favor here* retiTsburg-in fact about any large HOW TO BUILO A KNOCKABOUT
To cure constipation and liver trouble j A be.a k? .J ......... ..... ...I. .de.. ti-.....
.; about two years ago Cody was Inducedto The newsboy who caused the uproar city-are very deuseIYIIlJulated. There ..lrt. MlUukt .... <. ..fn,
by gently moving the I boweNsnd seeing !
sign off all bbl claim to the lands was Jimmie Durkin who the paper recited is little land to work as It In, and what : HOW TO DUlL ACHOAI-DRAOGNTSLOOP

immediately under the scope of the first obtained 'International soil has been worked is! worked out. : as a tonic. Then-to the famous liver,little take pilllllU'P Little KarltRivera. mild, I -.Ii.a .b'-...t-A.1. 11t.._j...MuL .. 5 -.. wit..i

i project, and then the government took prominence by in 1890 carrying a message The people are unable to make a living !I pleasant and liAniil
t' bold. The scheme was placed under from Chicago to Ambassador and consequently flock in great num- IlunTtlt ir nnivei>al ruse for many yean r.w1.Jw$4.....;J-oI-'th.V.
I b-p5.s ;_....._... ...,-,., .-gig-wey
'r the immediate direction of Civil Engineer Choate at the court of St. Jam '!I." bent to the cities. Here they are willing i ill a utronir! guarantee of their iiopuliint i,
J. Ahern of the reclamation bn The cotillon Itw-lf recalled in a smaller to work for almost nothing, for ant u-wfulneiw, )t.1ItHPoI Crow* Thar A.-w..M"1'I ... of l_ w..........,.....

,ri reau of the geological survey for Wyoming but more Intricate way the lighting enough to eat But with this great Influx mary, Titnsvjlle; Ian (!*!llie Pharmacy,, 4aW..4I.i.Iq..I."

. : and the necessary topographlcasuneys effects obtained at the charity ball. The of labor wine. dj.trl'lltlluJ conditions. Fan Gal lie. $1.
j' made. first figure was a "Toylaud" waltz There is! very little work, and ---- '-..' (IPKItt *.f.H|.fBounJ

I. The site of the proposed dam has; starting with all the lights turned low there are a great many bands to do It FnrOirr Hltjrrsr I m kth ij lrllfini .>... .,f....

been located in the Box canyon, half al' and gradually gaining in brlllhncy till The employers therefore are able to Mrs. Windows' S
mile below the junction of the north every one of the {*>0 :incandescent lights hire labor very cheaply, and nt the I been used fur over fiitv rears by million' ,'
of mothrrn for heir children hue t thing i THC RUOOCR PUBLISHING COt
I and south forks and six miles above in the wall and ceiling were in full same time this leaves a great many w f .. ,
with perfect IUlc.\"It. ltd '<'threthe Mu "T STMIf Nl rasa U a As.J'
-k the town of Cotly, where the walls ot! blare. In the Hamy I.ay" dance a men without work. The supply' far exceeds .
child, soften tl..jtllllla'I"i ail l |"niin, i Ittal n tl&ttif t' /I. t '.-
v the canyon are 1.100 feet high 00 feet stage thunder shower was produced by the demand. Of course there Is cures wind c best rt'1I1.11 1...dlu...'.Liiray.

wide at the surface of the stream and the means of calcium lights and athunder" a great clamoring for work aud for ; for diarrhoea. It will rehe> > the |NIUI !'I

100 feet wide at the top of the dam. machine from a downtown higher wages and shorter hours similar : liltlemifTererinirjiiNliately! l>r drug- I -

a a The dam is to tie 200 feet above the theater. Another figure In which the to the demand In America it U gi..tsinPverrpart or the world. Twenty 1 ;1

water' and Ort feet beneath where It lights were used with pleasing; effect my firm belief that this prUM. ( UIJ1n. tire rent a Uittle Be earn antI a-k ftr KILLTHC COUCH

will be necessary to penetrate to read was ")II1t Mary's: Harden," when as he calls himself! and liU lieutenantsbave "Mrs. WinMow's S n,ihing S yrlJl'," mid .1
r tlcp no .H"r \k'O'i .
/solid bedrock. Through the operation twenty young! women were lined up at willfully brought these eople to =

of nature this ninety feet has beet one end of the hall with paper flowers l-elieve that the jtetitlun they drew uj i

filled In with bowlders and slabs from sprouting around them and the calci, was lone these line, \\ht-rvsts they WITH Dr. King'sNew

the cliffs above some of them being urns throwing out a soft plow of varicolored took advantage to Institute In it their

thirty feet thick. This has been establtthcd lights.A own revolutionary idea and have made 1' tt'S Pills

by Captain G. A. Hammond number of marching figures were the Is9th' nnwlllln;; nid and puppets, DiscoveryOUCHJand

and Professor Swendsen. drill expertsof used by the cotillonaiiers.. Among nnbckno-vn to themselves.

the geological: survey. So It will I* the most effective wathat of the "1 do not l-elieve that thee distort>- ,, the dpcjtfc from manyd FOR SU"PTlON SOc&tl.OOFr Price

necessary to excavate for that depth, "German ban-L" A part of an orefoestra ames will have any effect: toward en lint nil of mist>, and enablt' him tout fret Trial
; the war with JII 1"1 n. I am well "Iutncr he "' Aju. The) prevent
and in the meantime a short tunnel appeared on the B"or wearing German -
student and bright colored MtLstied that the soldiers will blame Barest and Quickest Cure for ail
and canal will U run around the south I carw iCK HEADACHE,
side of the dam site, through which the sashes and made the circuit of the hall the people for this tl"OIIoIoTltf') realize THROAT and LUNG TRaUBI .
that force U subduea cau.v the fonj to astimiUtc nouri I w I LES, or MONEY BACK
stream will run. The size of the crass playing ".\ch. Mein: I.Mr Hsl-tM necessary to .ti the body, give kvtn: : appitlte,
Street. The dancers followed after lawless mob led by fanatical reformer
section of the dam has not yet been dt,1'U1hJtI : '
In fart the has known of (\ [ FLESH
but will: bo ample fur any them, two by two. Th<* cotillon endl array

pressure that may be brought to bear with a shower of confetti! blown out the dlsturhann-s of the working peoplefor and -o U muvle. Elegantly sugar

some tliLe, and they have had no nh J. ___. -
the dancers fans in the -
F by :'U) feet of water. upon by large ,
', f'T..1.! There i.t no talk union*' the sol ;dip No Substitute. c
The water will be set back born celling
dlt'r-1 of revolution. I give
you my
:, eighteen or twenty miles the forks :: 1f
bore Mng widened from one to three It maket tit iliiFcreii'v turn niaiv ,m..l t, : word that the people the masses of
fallal sun ,: Ku;;< do not want revolution! they
mle! and with such a depth of water icineluve to cure you, if are la.
troubled with haii!>cle, cnl1 istij-afon{ : do n..t want a constitution, but they doWIlt r'T
Captain Hammond sees nu reason! whypretty
kidney or !liver trouble"! Mother's I 11c ckv work and where then I. no work t

sizeable steamers should not It Mountain Tea will male.1. ""II. A-k for them what i.i there to dot ; '
placed tLemm, and thl, combined: with .lnnrji-t i
your "I Me\e; that this trouble has been
the -uarkabf\ and
scenery glorious '9 S.ry ,
siranierinsc along for wine time under A
climate ought to male\ any scheme to f.
hpr.rh lr.toml br Cold. the utm<*t wrrecy These agitators
build t.en a summer watering:; resort a
A uilrarulouj cure has recently IIt.u have le,,'n mlfileadlng the mass of the
reasonable The elevation at tbf
one. effected by tie cold weather Itt I'aul- penr.i They have l\en the mob tout .'
dam 1* i,3tu; fort above the level of the \
La'1u..t.I1t'rj:tt., in France: says the a the ,
sea, which U neither too bib! nor too farts Nrtf>:' ,iu.leot of the Io.lonChronicle. czar grew out of purely industrial reason'

low fur health pun1-{ The country I John Koujrter. fifty.four ;*, but they baallM! ) taken advantage -
Is a mixture of mountain anti wide t STEVENS
year of 3:1". aa agricultural laborer.lo of the lirnorarxp of the tie Iple and
valley land, the latter present covered
t hi* *i..ivh in l'o7 after a severeattack their inability to read 'T wnte to workon

with Msebru-ih and grea ew> *t of typboh ft'\ tr. At this time their own fanatical Ideas of consitl

but of such a rlunuter as will warrant Le waa parish cLo
expectation! of Immense crops of wa "'.)rul'('IIt' tn resign hi* position into a rvvohrtioaary action I honestly WelLs! Strttt.ManuecsWti r, -:- .._..
alfalfa, ;grain and potato when one 8, 1( r,., rP'lr", : Free
and risk other work. A few days 1-eliete! that If the uiaxi of that mob .

water U !t prea.l over it. In fact Captain ago, un s 'it,.' to work 8:4 usual be w& which etigss,,l in the struts;!* last II ,._. ..rtr' ..

k, Hammond say for a potato-coun- suddenly seized with fantiit owln: Sunday
try this cannot 1* sarpa'''ed. some of to the extreme cold an.! would have of the shf.jtn;; and the teal purpose of MARv'TL Wtl.. F 1.t.. 2;. 13. trick..t... .

of the tUto4'Nm.tnr sized to the direction teen frozen to death had not sons the !It ft,!*. > in a;:.utlr.s them they I .iLl a:J run dawn f rem n.rvc,ia.v'twign- U& IFi .'..i.,.......,...... .0.....I"L.,"..... e1..A. ,
respectable that !
pumpkin1*- .
e I ra."f'Nby come to his asUtanc* and would tear thim leaders into pio'"f'. vu&n.1..TUWorkaJII \.: - I I. __
local *ntho! ial! make that claim. lamenf i eatorT*l him to It
: (.on.'u.c.1 vim my pualtm and 'Ah a reit I -
\- 'is are also grown there. I th founii. ta the Brad that I n.t u\-tsS-
B treat: surprUe of every Tienpretty ortlln an hat sat ifr.1! myMt..b 4EMJ A TOOL CO
To country i. a mixture of limestone aipioe &1\,1 hral'tl &I f yat I .
one that L* had repain l Lta! powers t "x.rrr girt ith a direr br;inB .
and 'ant.>ne whk-h Las Ivn of pw.h. The ductvrf the Jvtrkt .H the! !.ftnIo) <.rrn-1 frl y4'I'n! f"H-r ii--. {{r":. woe arid IU your W .:.e ofeartai
i tilted : } la thrown Rat ra 'Q a tmk4 a' ..'b a
i a many places ta ; have forwarded a report of tins I. tt.. + t. ; 0_ irMtii'sntanT'a
i,4 c:..' tu.n- f..r the uit vf oriez.
one Ue by an eruption of sUurfaagnalte ) g
t t'1tnunInIl'1 case to the faculty ia ; .tsY! \< I IJlJttle avid
a r.ysautrrv
from the brslnanjr! of first Part.
j II 1 was iatiifd With tu
things in This .. FUIT. taad.elttrhow..
gwSagy granite i* very .
from .
r .u.t.4 tb ose d th Jut
hard and bas pushered its way through i Another (a.r o( IthruiamtUm C .rnl bj Norelty was Seat to Mrs. ::tcpf'atti kttto Ld 1.1i time rr.lA anal tLrnf

v1, to the lop of the various teaks and I bkmWrUla I'", la 1\1.... a entertainnM-ct .:.1 au; per the r ;n1 I .u rte's J real t."J i .ri: rrs :hanj

will furnish the material for the das The f'ffit:1'y of (m'rUm a PAID other veno? tn New York by the decoration s trngh; aJ able: t;, wt amy

The river will furn:.! h 40UXO acre feet I ililtn in tr* relief of rhromjti J- b : and the Japan'larve*. says york with rm e-w d T.g'" I

i per annum, and eighty feet cp from I'n" df'mon'tB daiij 1'irkt-r TripIrtt tie r'.sladelpL'.a! I'abl'c l..'e r't dew C "UT..lT rt a:n.e wax and PI"" .'tt

the stream bottom hradgates will teput of Uny!t.y, Vv, eat' tilt t"tamtIPrII.m' York ."O"Tt-1 i.xid f'tlt MP Fish wore fr 1J'frIlCt.; Lemma wnt1UfAl. Tn ce MamaDcatcMt

ia and a tunnel cut through tUh1:1 1 Pain Palm! rave hUD -fman im r"'- t MM* i>-t gown eabroUler tc silver Cod Ari to nld.JT It
d i iirf rom rtwnmati'm ID the bad S afro diamond .kU1E WIiU Cc f NtCMTS Acae.
ail tblle UA .
aide to the main canal beyond, tarqool T..RU..t.ryarttwrt .. ...,
rtt-rv"j: Uiie and t-t oQtd not r.I"t3II"tt'f' twin m-elve itpc ci& 5.'y....1 W .sass R ice 1'1C7. v. 'a", .s-rt.,l t, f,. a. e .
which Is to be fifty nlles long. capable t.! w itb sit tt For &> by 11* 1 Cross a ..... ........ ..... ,.. m p- Ali ",p.1. J 1. f ,. ..
i'.rJ In cctnrae Uaced to the crew of r..Nrut1,. ta4.t.a1. lu d's1 ....... ..
of ctsrgtB: 1/M 1It'\'OnJ Art There 1 '
Pharmacy :Yc.-.n a 'Lv) t.( ie: d Wine df1'1 ...1 h.. .r.4r.l..a
Is mono water In the local toorces of .r.ta"l.ttn all tie gw U Lad arrived and J. L.. /aika"e AT I'll".8 .&wt.ft7t.u.f.1.! M..: I f ...iris
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: supply than can W entirely otx-d. Mrs Fish le l the way op theC1 '.,.iLxd't B a.-k'Lragat u1ay. r. :.Ctu, era e.i.A.v.tis (roe

an4 when the re *rv0ir U O 9TOItI1L. Jlmcrican.It
part of the year some of the water willk 7w..Gu4 A *_el, w._... .
,, rrto 9.arat.e la tij fa rm i nn se S WINE OF CARDUI nI fwa "r Gar -" .
? hare to rca ta waste. L N+ e.a o.erre. ,.., f.,.S .JeltU, t1. a.14 .,.0 r...Mr.waMUNN
Seven miles below the din water :ptr
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W"qlIIG( IN going oa and came' 'in Bombers to gee ; '
the tma:: By cartful bandllog to avoid Southern Railway -

angering tile buffalo too greatly it was I :
t ', driven short distance This ,buffalo
Oklahoma ErrccriTK iiOY. e. 114. r' .
; Ranchman's .
",. ,Attempt survived the drive bat left Miller uncertain ur.a .

"i 1F to Train ss to whether or not without e9 7..WentU..

,.;;< 1eam'of Bulls.iTEnr spending a small fortune be will be .moo "' ''&M'1.,J&11....'..u euc.n.'.tbaiiai.1saa.ottlar.s1.1 X4.30Wliaj., I Ka.34Duly.: ........"aebttlYUka..X..Twk. I as i 1 is.'f dialitj, ,...

!.!:( aWe to drive a buffalo team along the ** .., .eta wij 8C>aay -
s.IIe Movie ulna as w u.cAivDY e 753 p- ASh Lv Jacksoavilk. fU-_..&. R,. Ar. 1 s 0) & = ? 40p
;r ,en m.f.m1 u A RAGE.fe. highways of Oklahoma by next sum +_ JOO' L..Sn&AD >a.-.._.-Sa.Ry. Ar. 'Ita;,..__. 130. ,
-'Iti7ff mer. In s letter to Miller Charles Good- 9531_. 4 tIJ i Ar.Ch&'Mte X. C.S.a.Sy. LT 9 Se p/.-- lIS i

..,ft"T' ...' Bight said that be believed possible CATHARTIC 043_: p'-- --.- A U a Ar. SititatoBd. \ ..__....So. R7. Lr_ 1-1--,_! _._- .

:. 'f1'J 1dK.Ifer.e .t J.. xu1.e I. Tr71q to tame a buffalo to drive if one with V 50 p!'_._- a '-Sa Ai. WtthiegtoB. D. C.__..So. 7 Lv. 10 11 a'9 t p ,
the It 15 p.'. 11 30 a Ar. BiUtBMre R. R LT.P. l13&.... a:1 ps
K .. ........ right temperament' can be found, .1144..1'
: Tw. .1 tb.'A...... I. but the losses in 33 .j'_..... 1 tS pAr. J'UM.eJ .. Pu.__.. R. 11 l.r a IS sL ._..- I AS ?

::t-- t'Dew a Wav.a-ae.... t. 'b..,. make experiment would be-. 6 30 .i..__. US p Ar. Xw York.-N. Y.,.____1' R. R L. JUG. .L.... US P 7
too great to the --- '- ------- -- --
:. data ........ E4Jl.rUI ..... .... uadertaimg profitable iSOl. $
.. 33 and $&-"!\** York and Florid Eij-ms.* Daily P.llm.B Dnwiaf Rouat
:*t Del..... .. Theta Vials t. a Rmeknia t SleepingCkr bctwctn ooviUe and New York. < '_

-fi-. t: lie. .. Oklav cUr Diaappauaao.. SOL m and M\Vwhugtoa and HonO Limited." Duly PulloMB Drawing Rouaa E
o 81ft'plnCU bet..ea Jackjoarille and New Yotk.No. }
: J. D. Rnojan.ef Botlerville 0., laid EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY

la the peculiar disappearance of his painful ptss.aa.. Ftl ubt.. "" ....t. TMI Oooi D.NWgeq SO X* *? r
en-rtatn t'broqbThe Lssd of .he u .
Sick* II ,
: f( symptoms of ligtioo and biUougnea I i jar bilL WrtU tog wire eOmylpi; book iaily. l'-iIt. :

: ditortal auocUUon wbo win spend t4Sajr bi Dr. King's New Life Pills, lie fays: ht..a.alta. A44rMa WAtrntg 7 u f Lv. JkctttDTUte FU,_....,..,...._._...__.._..So. Sty.: Ar. .004W a
'! "They are a perfect remedy C:) dnziow, i sash e.,.,. Calap sr...,1ft.i 12 15 a Lv. Savannah. Ga,. _.._.______.__.......N.. R,. Ar. a
L; oo rancb10L" near Blba OkU, tour stomach rwadache cnntUpalion eoosI50p Ar. Columbia, S. C,.._._.__.-....-.---._-w. 1t,. Lv. 111 a
next summer, Joe Miller pr ,M nt of f'CC.1J Guaranteed, at Rod, Cros Pharnucy i KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN Ar. AihevUle. X.C,..,.._........_._..._._.__.$u. Ry, Lv. 411 p
:' ties ranch U1 p! Ar. Hot Spring. X.< ......__.._._.__.___.__.. o.Ky. Lv. 1145 a
:"t company fount one which ; |>r'ce :25c. 600 pi! Ar. Knoxvilk,TentL,_.._............___....,,._.._S. Ky. Lv. B3SNo.29and a '

:. ...y' ttf belles would be a.' IJfdy attraction LIVING 1-GLIMPS SPOFGORK'f.- SIS Ar. Cincinnati.Ohla.".':7----: :=:-._...__._ _.._......Q Ah: Lv I III p ,

i says a BUu lOtla.) correspondent MAN .
-P. : 30 Pullouut Drawing Room and Bufftt Sleeping Cars between Jackw/a viUee and
; of the Kansas City Star. The prellmi 8l.ry TU Abase Ik* R.salaa Aw.
St. Lane daily.
1 } .-rea.. t. PrwMt rut'orat .f Cm* Im ....P'* Firth 01...
>} ally step of btu discovery nave cost

*x;: ''> Urn 1500, and the cwt may be greater Le.B Teals Trip. Maxim Gorky who was recently arrested #:No. 13 n.t.... JMk.oa UlcBBdth. North sad Vdrtt.Lv. I 10 Ii

before be baa finished Riveted to the platform of a car on I in Riga and U described as "the ___ I_

} ": the Buffalo limited of the New York leader of the Russian reform party" .._...1 i 7745 Jaekltllly le, ISu. ty.....-..___......._ ..-..A'. Sa _.....
Bancb101" baa a small nerd of buffaJoet Central railroad by a coating of Ice. .....-i 300. Ar. Macon. 8s. Ry...._..............___......Lr. I JS a'. ...
purchased at the Goodnlgbt has a number of Idiosyncrasies among .__.. .1 5 m a Ar. AtUau. 80. R,........_....__....._...._Lv. S4 p'i ....... .
U 0 ranch la the Texas Panhandle. Miller which held him aa firmly to the floor them being a periodical change from a ....-i' us I Ar. Chattanooga, So. Kyjtiffn..__.____..._.__.Lr. 111 i S p.740p ..._ +
ring a* If be were bound by chains of flesh to vegetable diet the Detroit Ar ClucinMti ( .tt. hWtDt..L,. 830.' '
decided to break two young buffalo gay =::: :: ::;:::
.; .- =;-; bulls iron Michael Conlln. a Bridgeport ,\ewa' -Tribune. ___._..1 nso p Lv.(1orinn&ti, Big Four Route.._....__.._.._Lv. TlO a',.,.,. i.1710a
il--f.:.':-t for driving purposes, believing man, arrived in Syracuse the other It is said of Gorky that be dined at a .u... Ar. fbioyo. BIg Four Itoate....._._.... ...-_Lv ', > 30 P>._...- '
that ride behind two buffalo road. '- ---'-'- -- -
a morning frozen into an unconscious table dote day during one of his ,_.= b35 P Lv.L'fDcluuatl'roBo! .! ...-.._..Ar. GU a,....._
(; ten would delight the visiting editors.lilller human Iceberg after a trip from Ctlca. one ......___1 710. Ar. C'hitiago. IVon. Linea.....__...__.._.__Ly. i b W t., ......
of and much -
periods vegetarianism! was -
fiR.J'f began bis buffalo "busting0 one Bays a Syracuse special to the New ....._ ti 45 P Lv. Cincinsatt C. lI. A D.-M oun.---_.__-.._.Ar. 1 74J ,...._.
'- not annoyed by the importunities of an old 73 A Chicago. 0 II. A D. 1
:tf ; Sunday long ago. and nearly every a r. loOOD'1
York E'ress.When :::::::= ==
L: cowboy on the ranch Joined in the I: lady who sat opposite him. .. 943p L..l'iot"iDliati. C. 11.A1).-Mich. f'Dt.\r. 1
;;, port Two expert "ropers" saddled the train pulled into the station I "Won't you try. sir" she said "a. lit ...:.1 ate a Ar.Toledo C II. & I, 700.1'-... ..

the trainmen noticed the form of tie of this chicken !L' _ArDrtruit.. : : C U. A. I-Mich.Vent..Lr.:_ l0 Oil ,,". .. .
B! their pool** and started hi pursuit ofF = : = ::; ( ::::::;
the man crouched on the front plat. "No madam Gorky answered. asu p Lv.tlncinnati, Pcna. : al ...
-' ---
;: two young bulk that were gracing in a form of one of the can. Upon Investigation I "Perhaps then you would like some _n____ 3:13 I Ar. PitUborg Prnn. Uotla.u.'r.'G.l. pj.1......_ tf

i' nearby pasture. Both bulls were wild It found be .-.. 910 Foar.M __. ... ...Ar -._ .
was was unconscious of the boiled bam r -_.. Lv. (IndntuU, Big .__ -- rew! a. ._ "
and galloped 'W"lt full speed. The and frozen as firmly to the plat "None thank ==. !..45 a A r. Cleveland. Big Four.-...__.______.___..Lv. .1 p'; ....... I
i v
I':' :_ day was cold but the high speed of the form aa It he had been bound there you. ....__.! .s 30 p Lv. LexinKtoo.: So. R,.......,-_?._..............Ar. 10 4S a.' ......

'r .. ow ponle told on the buffaloes I with He taken to the "Dear me! But surely you'll. have a .......i 811) P Ar. Louisville, f't). Ry..,............_........... Lv. 74') sjNo. .....-
One of the bulls around ropes. was bag. portion of roast beef?" _.__ 732 a Ar. St. Louis !So R'o.n ............ .., Lv, .1010 p. .
i was roped gage room of the station, where his said :: __ -:; .i- 1
the novelist, continuing to
'i. its neck. Being stronger than a steer. clothes, which resembled a coat of .13aiJlH-Tbe Florida Limited. Daily i'ulid'ttillbute Train. nruulb Ikey
!t. ': it dragged the pony with It, though mall thawed out and eat vegetables only. Ctachrs and 1'0 11 man Sleeping Can Between Jacksonville auj Cincinnati. '
were partly a "
"Some ? resumed the
roast mutton .- --- ---- -- '. ,
= : =::: == = = : : = :: :
) the furrowed tbe sand with Its --- -- -
pony 8t Joseph's" bospltal ambulance was .
Indefatigable old lady. 5 No. IS! B.I./.. rkoBvllUana N.S
( fe t Then, with eyes flaming like two summoned. In the hospital rector: KavsamClty.o.11/ tI
Gorky her stern look. "Let
gave a me -- -
---I -
f3-. coals and its tall erect, it gave a bellow tires were applied and the man recovered Inform he "that I ...... 745 p Lv.Jacksnuvine1'la So. Ky..;-.-_...............Ar.. e3Se. .--..
said eat
;; '''_ and charged the pony, which cleverly consciousness. It was said he you" never ....._ I320a'I i I Ar. Atlanta (,.., 80. Ry ..:-.................hl.\'. lit $II PI -.....
dodged the onslaught. Another any fletth but human flesh, and I prefer _____.II1&\a( Ar. Rinnincham. Ala, So. Ey...___.....-.? __.--_Lv.Friaoo ; :iISp! ..... t11
Ii"{' would l'f'COTt'f.Conlin that raw." __-_... 805 pi! Ar.Memphis.Trnn, _.u.u.u.._......Lv.FrWo "illS .1., .....
i; cowboy threw a lariat over the buf- Is said to have climbed on the ._____.i i 1i.1.1! Ar. KanwaCity. !Mo. ... .. ...................Iv. I SObf.N .....
; tato'a and the horsemen ----
.l horns were
train in Utica aa it was pulling att.He
l" :,. afe, aa they eoold bold the buffalo between became chilled through and finally In an autobiographical sketch Gorky 13 and 14-Tbe Florida Limitrd." Dall,. SEXCELLENT \.. .
them. numb. As the train was taking water DINING CAR 6KKVICE. }
father when
died In
I' ;i" Tbe prediction was made that the In Home while In motion the spray "My Astrakhan J. C. LCSK,1)l.trlct laM ner Af nl. \"'l ,.......,J.cks.alli..a'la, \
I was five old. After the death
}<.'::., buffalo could cot be tamed to drive. dashed over him and froze, solderinghim i of my mother yean my grandfather placed II.ACKKKT.G.M. W.II.TATUtO..A. \ :

Buffalo">> Jones now a gamekeeper inYellowstone the and this T. MM. KKOOK8 )(BOAT }
to platform In way 8. II. tIAKimiCKP. ( A. G. P. A.Bridgeport ,
shoe then
1|1m. In a store. I was nine
park In the early nineties his life wan saved, as he would have I i yean old and my grandfather bad 1i .

ewned a Urge herd near Garden surely rolled from the train otherwise.
taught me to read in the psalter and '
11'" City Kan., and killed a number in attempts THE
prayer book. I ran away from my
Hi to tame them. Jones declared nelldlah 8uff.rlof
studies and became a draftsman'sapprentice
J: that when too greatly enraged a buffalo Is often caused by ran, ulcers and The Motor
ran from him and
; away
I : seemed able to die of its own volition. rsncers that eat away your skin. SVnt.Iicdrll -
x entered the workshop of a painter ofuinta'
t h ....' It would stiffen its limbs and of Flat Uod, Mich., save: "I
, have used Bucklen's Arnica Salve: far ulcers images; then I nerved on a -
t. in S moment or two fall dead. Miller
sure and carvers It in the lust steamer as a cook's toy; then I becamea f
1 would not listen to warning and said
healing ilivwinjf I ever Annul," Snot" '!' gardener's assistant
iyr that be would bate a driving team If and heals cuts, burn! and ncaUls.! 2">c. at "After my fifteenth year 1 felt a rM : that !

I:f.'. lie used up every buffalo on hIs ranch. Ked Cross Pharmacy; gU ranlM. alonate wish to learn in pursuance of M9s1
Another buffalo and tbe
''_ Wit roped ------
which I betook myself to Kaftan under
ii> : tw. were fastened by their heads se- YELLS IN LAUNDRY LINEN. the Impression that knowledge would .'I

2"- surely to a stout corral Bridles were I
{ be Imparted fore to all who desire It. It stand alone fur and
1 '/ 'lipped over their beads and harness Baby Taken In IU lUikvt bf MUtak I 1irlenry .
It turned however, tbat this
out was
For PamilrVa.hl... strrnsth. :
thnm from a safe distance on to their I
not the case, so I went to work in a
i:j' backs. The tongue of a heavy freight Many persons living In Vitiated .
'if pretiel bakery at a salary of 3I It has plenty or metal and It IH

wagon was snored twf't'n them and Conn., have a custom of putting their I II I j I ruble* a month. Of all the kinds of .1 "bt're it does the Merit good. t
t. The babies out of doors to sleep thinking I
fixed Into the neck yoke. traces I I work I have tried this war tbe hardest -

t;:. were fastened to the singktreea with the air makes them stronger and In Kasan I came into relations I It Is perfect in de", i Iga and nork- 1. .

.w: : a long hooked Iron rod. A lariat was healthier says the New York World. with the 'lost (!fIolle' and lived long nunshlp.Kverylhlnp t'

'\ : fastened,around the horns of each buffalo Edmund Angell employed by a steam with them means something. 1St'nd

and held by mounted cowboys to laundry stopped his horse In front of .
"I worked on the plats on the Volga
.. fur
ia St. James* on Main street the '- ,, catalogue.Bridgeport .
prevent a general smashup a stam rectory f
now as a wot lcbot>(K r. now ss a r

.. pede. other morning to collect the family porter and during this time rend every

:... '. Once securely harnessed, the buffalo washing of the Itev. 8. Wolcott !!- book i could! by my hands on. which Machine & Motor Co.
;'' turned loo They broke, mad Icy I
were ** various kind (,eople sup plied me with. ,

: : / and bellowing for the open prairie the Seeing a covered basket on the front I got along very badly! and in IVtf

>a ; wagon filled with revklens cowboys veranda and thinking It contained soiled even tried to till myself by shooting a Bridgeport. Conn. ,

f.: wbo And their pistols t. Increase tM linen for the laundry young .An bullet Into coy body. I lay a long time

*' peed of the lumbering team. The Bell picked It up. placed it In the in the hospital, but finally recoveredand F. N. HITCHCOCK *: CO., Agents Titnaville. Florida. f.

.: buffalo tried repeatedly to turn upon sleigh with tbe other wa blng and went Into the apple trade." \.
: ;.... each other and tight, l>nt were held started on. -
:''" apart by the mounted cowboys. Asa lie had not gone far however before Corr Consumption. bier and sapphires near the top of th6t.t.Jlb. r .1
above which III blazoned theSands
the buffalo grew wearied their spevd he beard a Telling resembling a Mrs. 15. U". Kvanrf
crest The toy i I. a trinket fit fora
\ dl''TftMbut their rage grew more baby's ('rlf'IIo The horse was stopped aritrs; "My l.u lian.l tae Mik for thrt1'

furious Finally they halked. and trouble I, and the driver quickly discovered that month; tare" d>*t<>ni Mat**) he had gntek ducbenH. Kvflyn Banl Tj baa a bolderof Coldsl'i
Homsn cold Mudd '. began In earnest. The larger bull the cries were human and came from prnsrund4tnn. We |>n mre
:- dropped to Its kneed, with iu fore- the basket te lad taken from the rec.torts lUiiitrd'n: IInnl.flllII.1yrnp anil ninnl +. etwwn which run rows of wee
him, That was MX: searv ak't, and *imvwe Tb romtiuativb of green
did porch.
bead in the dust. PnxMtng not
t. aUays k..pta l.>tte! in ih** tllHi- and t'l'if on gold U extremely I'arilan! It thould I* borne in mind that 1
3' It Then It rolled over on its Halting tie soft blankets which cover
move cold weaken the lungs low. <
Wf cannot do tth. F every ,
mt it. -r o.l1tlhl! and didn't Jar eirmltely wbm the
side and glared with red eyes at Its *! the banket. Angvll found the Infant .. ers the vitality and prepares the 4system ;
and n>!d it has n > eq-ial. :wTit, l.. "Bie '\I''uOtlmt'd to it.
tormentors. The other bull turned sldewtse son of the Kev. Mr. Uney. and $1 a) buttle at fad Cruw i'liirmi''1. eje T for the more serious disuses I

and tried to break iota from Its He hastened back to the rectory with (.|T. tour Moo>.. h a ItI.Y"'Jr among which are the two ,
the basket containing John Chiuncey greatest destrovera of human life,
G.ld lUfpIn Holder (.rr1 must rit rllit""tI' Wolcott Lln and exchanged it for hi.ftrod. pntnmwtsa aa conauzi i>tion. |
\ .' the experience of "Buffajo" ley
Society Klrl are Klvla tbelr! fancy and an.iii'l to \{an> va'ue to yon I :

Jones the prostrate buffala wa the basket with the washing free rein in the nt-w hatpla boMen and If y<>nr florriiiti in weak or di..-ax
unhitched "tailed- to Its feet and led I already tb.y bate them la gold instead K(*!..J Py-[w(>*ic Cur. It di/rtt" ; .fcatvf }

toward the corral \\lim near the corral S*.rlr Fen,. R.\"". at 0.. .b... >o eat an)nai ti a nst. -nabitn iii
of the !
comparatlvtly conservatite si :
'r;= the buffalo lowered itt bead and The killing of thirty-nine jack rabbits / it lo r... iirate| take nu new' !ife Cough Remedy
see In whith they Crt e-4ml.
;'" ap;> nays and ;rWIi "tr,1fIlI6"11n. J\.I.,! ure", ....n :1 I
strength asaln who
with Us shot poked
charged at one by a woman I tbe New York I'resa. Anita Sands U a
l ,*' TU shook was her kitchen "Iomadl. pt.lnafmg.. heart f..lpllan'm has woo its gent r< '': ,? Ly its
heavy cwrrsl pv-L a barrel through
a pan the proud -'or of a gold hoMer I. ..
pns ali tiv rtl.edl'.rder1 S .1- jrotnjt cares of tb:. m;-.t cost: aoa I
terrific, and blood bunt from the ant window ninnies a barrel of Baldwin mad New York firm ..f 1..1Itl" lark \\" fry 1
by s promlnect :. Ky write n" t' ailment It Ald. nprtoratkn,
mare nostril The* ttrcen the buffalo applr i* a wager front hem husband i. which in its way La a work of W.:b art that h'h.i Uyeiei"'>t. t'ure dewnr.aii ht\n the !nags and opens '

'. charged like a batteries ram before a tory that la cauiiiu Interest st Mil Tbe graceful sbcath is cbaixl "("hI11D 11... xriineD'ijk ,r> that ran Ur g vn ,1, U ,, xrrtwm, tf.r t x:g a .jedy

the cowboys could tighten their rope!*. ler. S. It", says a dispatch from that an arabttfcju pattern tiroash which; it Mv.. l tiniife .f our i iittlr ;:1"VI Itlutl" ycrranent cure it < nkn re-I r

'-. The animal was worth easily t?*
aDd Miller AvUe to confine It la a snow The woman sprinkled a bushelof .r have kept it fir K.,.r nn..tar.t'r. ui.f
minhim. Etruw an poJ! (cone when Price 25(, Large Size J'ft
. stable till Its anger In In of the kltcbea Irrntw six* only takr, it fvnr any
box stall in the ranch oats a path range SOC.J
body metal, and on It is ,
*.U.rlrP.Jb .
1t!Iq .fl.a:n-. ,t. tier" :.t t.y 1.1i
bad coofoL Wbea the buffalo: was window. The rabbits gathered by -
.. dalaty dnilgna the une m-ui in i-" I'j..rn.a.TaG.t'... 1a.i f.. 'If'
the tall It fastened the until there was a long row
drawn with ropes Into urore shaves
paler Mill more effecthe. however I'itaru-.acs. Lau ';
under the feed box of them eating oats by the bright moonlight -
both horn J. the nwtxvraa in dianoodj It rc..sat t..t usW'
stiffened Us legs In a desperate 4th'cpt The woman fired, and her arm oaBTOILz.: c at ..c..'-"'.. .." 'la

: ." U tear tb* timbers and maw was accurate. The dead rabbits it is atnrosrA and U.rrMr T.M.u. it h4 f. 11I4311 :;t FVo cwt a .aw c'' tu.o-e.u

la this attitude for polbiy ten weaM& said weighed 300 pounds. The woman i t ......1..1 lor ('"...I......... F.rt w 1&t ..Fe }

,". If struck ia a sold enough rabbits to buy berwtlf anew .cutT&Lu ... --'sgtaia+ Ad' .
:J' Then it relaxed as A K. Kane, s pmcoicrot: -

vital spot fell' to the ground and was boa cutter and then cut sp tie or Far-r Stnnrt. l\a:1.a., r.y, 'Chan.tetla I .

dead with scarvvly a iuu.'" gk. remainder sad fed them to her fork of :n'e "(1)h an i I'cer Tat... ..... Ii i I Ii EERRYsSEEDS jti

: : Til have a buffalo tA3 If I base t-> chickens which mesas Iota of eggs, for my. j'hJ TOTf.t, tr* w-t -11"'I.f' ( lor. i HOCUSTt" S

' said It Is ..", hen 13 the ars inn -tit a"ythln 1"11- t..J.\ ;..r -
,rr boy every buffalo ia the country patting pets a :; Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets \
Tt..y. ,
if -
>til lb>n wnmsr. U" > :
)(IlIer. "111 bt they can L* trained) nood of breaking the egg trust Qulckrthan with w tl'nJ..r.'y to Q'aw&. f ; i Bay X L&i. U Buy f wU:
f iT I u.vYC.te ar.r.,...sres. '
: drive just the same as a steer or a crashed jack rabbit E-ti 11aa.siA rp.: .
i For i*> by lad C.osi llarmac\ i i, Qo-"Uu a 1. Jon4.
t:, .... The trouble U we are net on t> -- .-.c r r Cons::'r' x IMtrr+Laa. Li'ss t+oe "'."IAC sea Nftat

F- : -' the entree of buffalo 'bust rg.' but: IV.atifal eye ao4ekiqtsent lunJi. fast err -lo1LBTOItT.i. !. e4 is-y TT-eats A I- --.1-.p.r. tray.,.....All tug c.a.A.MI vii '
fcto.t. 61a&ifefewSk B."NIth. I'hrra!: &ow ta U..s
romn* !ionA. Bright evraare t 'W.4 .
: ..11 kiafD. J.n... Itr8rttMicassT.s1sea: t bb. _
+oxtq [ windows to a woman's twal'U.I- : t'4 1'\ tea, cs
} ball was i .
r K eat day tau other rn ;ii' JUl t., w_. o.M '. .uACO.ocrf. s'
lirtrr'a Hovky Mountain Tea makes !I notuma D stq o.n.
tu- The 'I' ..,...
and hitched to a .gyf i t
.- again el :( SAUOW PEOPLEiuIliiiii
i F08
.. .,. bright tret. 55 cents tea or tablets. I GOun : .
}'. aca Xada&ji tad -r4 e( what .u 4:
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:..i , f. 1 : nBIDA I la the fight to obtain the antcmobOe
-i ;'::: ', THE. .: .STARV CAUGHT BY THE GRIP.
> ,
.-- .. $, "';f4 4: .speed competition for the DaytonaOr- .
'=: ;";'- mood beach radical action was taken

:Tay' -.;.1,;ate, '!i'!)'}%"...:: ,"'i.l1n4aU"9."a&'I1tIIni1Je:.!;;: -- 'i' ,....f"aaUa. IIi .faeaday by the American Automobile.-
"" i'''' : "cl"
.:: "+ "" Bdation tbat effectually ban the Ormond RELEASED BY PE-RU-NA.
'" 1 aU1lal ..ieuta. ttttit.r std tt'abtlab.r.
--r.4E' lacing association from promoting a meet .

..- '" ITBLISHEP Y FBIDAT MOt5T5O.0BCBfrnpx. ) next year except as an outlaw body. heard ft >,
t what il K rvtni on public -
,.-!-.,.' 4:1'- :- >;'" Sanction was granted the Florida East Bomber of time. He adora.B.
f .ol.u tSLiJ? $
+ Joart Automobile association for the hold "-
illf' :, t CEXTS FOE SIX ..0JmI".tjS t In the following wwrdi:
,;,;. '1-'J ng of races at any time between January i \ "I am Ci fear oU,am bale and bratty,
L"f. 1" ;;;;:', ;t mart taelcuiy udwvtood that neither for 25th and March let, 1900. aDd IVruna bu helj d .. attala it.
ite edilof U rcayoaaiUe
; a T TtoATAB MT
The Ormond associatioa will be Twu I had Ia rrlM.e-III11tr.
": i' .y iopt exymaed by eotNpOMeat& not \ year ago
m .-"'. recognised by the A. A. A. and in return YoU 1..r.u1'\1d of. P-rua sated ...."-

f'iffl: 'i! BoI1DeII men la Tampa recently hd for this favor the Florida East Coast association J. u. Guill.

'' '?lt their i&oreiDdon decorated by aign undertakes to have completed A Rtbthe of JUtrtium tlacebt.

,., "" '(".:>, palo ed by a tramp painter wlo did notbelong in time for next year's meet a hotel on t .' Mr. Silas S. Un xJn, who mfekv ai
9131, Stwl, N. W. obiag/os,11. C.
fi' After the work was the beach, Daytona to wet 1200,000-
to the
has the heuwr of being third emuta to
';>"#i # As an evidence of earnestness in the tight "
i1 don. the tailding trades council tent a At rahara Laaooln. HewrtU-*:
residents of Daytona within two days
t them ,. ,,, MI bad la Krlpp Ore Urea Ufar
'yF delegate to the merchant notifying lure
subscribed 12-5,000 of this amount
4. using your meUicine. Four y &" aft
f'i': -'-a/ that the signs should be removed. All of The Eat Coast association will erect on I f began the MM cf l' ruD" ...*. wfctrfi

; .f..r. which goes to prove that shrewd mercbp the beach a large garage with sleepingand ,t-, -: '_ tlmo I bat nut Ia an.M1bA..t, Kith ttatdUHra
club for chauffeurs and < I tan now da U muck work at
quarters et
learn -,
: ants to this free country of ours can {: ." -t r. 'T .
mechanics. No charge for OK of this N ''It\;, \ my desk a* I ever could ia my Hf*. tan

:1i-, : a lesson and take a hint from organized will be made &0 o.-nel1orrompeting cars. wttrMtlGER aS fun \ rt > gaiord more than tea j_>.Iklt to

{;;k':;. labor. N ., weight."-S. S.*Unr.>la.

-f'r KEY WEST AND MR. FLAGLZR. Pe-f .lI'tQt 0..:y Cued U Cf Iff* tit
thing for the eonntrylhat
: { It i. a good
Otncntcd the Whole Sjstcm.
iu decadence. Wednesday! night of last week }Ir. z
is in
: f ,- the gambling spirit U Miss! Alice M. Pre.Ur, UM X. Pry"

,,1 It means that more energy will be placed lIt'nry)1. Flagler met representative citizens A--., Mlnin-ai.., If ion. wettest
-J .
of regular industries in Key West at a meeting called to t i E MLat spring I suffe. -4 from la riff. .
: upon the upbuilding "
ascertain the sentiment of that t1
:_ popular > ous IjM'ra and wu partially eared but the hrl
1 ,; and tbat our young men will not be deluded city reganiing.his extending his railroadto ,' after ett'N.t fflU&11H'd tb rwtgb u. twaa. -1
/ cur ara
&: r by the "get rich quick" schemes Key West. lie was entirely satisfied r/ Y I i tt. .,. R CURt. tort and meho T I did not get ste.sq

which have their origin in Wall street. with the result, being a;f nred that the 1 1 $ ./ a* I was l",-(" ... Ou of wy ...... 1

J -: >eorrie were. not only willing but anxious friend bo wu vUltiaz w. eked .. I Ito
: %'-.. .Gambling young men seldom accumulate. railroad try IVruna and I did M and ftm.i 1
for the to be built to that point,
1 l Their mind are not upon their work and and that they would gladly offer him any .4 I : itall 'n,1 more than I had **.-W. U j
i.a .4 &- not in the fierce competition of today it re- nducewent to continue the extension to 1
4 J
restored bail
::1 i'fS m to la'rtrr' health p
'. Ft qllirt'S the dote application to succeed. Key West. S NusAucrnxIS7tP' lei i the entire.yatem and brought a happy < 1

;:- Mr. Flagler showed the committee blue i ft"UuJ if buayanry a iticb I k.4 tt.t 'j

; It is thought that the decision of the prints of the survey of the route to that 1 rr/' N k now n for year*."-.\He }t.I.,.... .;..iAn
supreme court of the Cnited States in the point, he also pointed out seven mile* of 1 p' ,;.,. c wiu" /Nii / Actress' Testimonial \

;t' road which would require the expenditure ( } r MU Jean Oowglll, (irtiiwt>M Opts J

$ beef trust case marks an advance, not only h fa half million dollars per mile to build. "The world of l HOUMTroy, N. Y., i* the I..dtrg lady ..

:: in the application of the Sherman anti- This fact gives some idea of the ina;:ni- H i with the .\ul" ..,. Ki.->k :
medicine recognizes
trait law, but also in the movement towards tude of the undertaking and the immensesums 1. : the f..ll.nlug :

government supervision- of the corporations. which will be required for its ac t4H N Grip as epidemic ; .- ( I nl1rD the j>.*l wiokr of kwl. I j
N .aftere for several wiV frulll IiII'Tft'e i
complishment. Mr. Flagler 1 will have no .
o Its importance, therefore lies /t catarrh. 1 attack "1 prlpr-. which left a ....... 3
trouble in securing riparian rights! the 1/ Jcoca $
not merely in the fact that it etnkea a various \ Nn..roJGnsrt ,,, J catarrbat rundltiun of tb* throt aa1 1brat.
4 owners consented to give him full Medical Talk '
blow at one of the moet rowE-rrullnJ unpopular right of lie also stated that he had '-
way. )4 .Some one sii x*.l..l Pwuta. A. a
\ combinations in the country, but never before announced that the rua.i .4 \-=- H lad rrs
I. it is perhaps not too much to say that the would be extended to Key Weft, but he ::InIIIIInIIlnI.un. .uu.xXXXX'I.IIIIIIl:: and n"n.t'll j.l>y.;< Um, I tried ttwj ':

would then make known to them the j reir. : ? step from this decision to federal incorporations GRI l'i'Ii 1* epidemic catarrh. It wire t ho of ('. incares i ,
eland( City would be the terminus. 51 r. LA I a? i enVvy .run. was II e .r.--J"a. (.uw,1I1.

'. or federal franchises, as proposedby Flagler and party left Thur lay to comlete no rla'a or nationally. The I of la grippe or Its after efTr-eU. I, A Southern Julie Cured.
cultured and the ignorant, tho ariMoerat
.. Commiseioner Garfield, is not a long ) the inflection of the survey. : After Effects of LA Grippe eradicatedby Judge lloratlu J. lioM, ||*rlw.U, O*..
.: and the paiiiH-r: the ma.e* and the j Pe-ru ru.

yt7> one. The benefits which the railroad will clawed are alike pubjert to la grippe.Hone I Mrs Fred Wi-lnlierBer Wetrlo rltl'll"... :
- .ramie flue
or ala ear I hap *
i iNV BIIIIT. .ring! to Key West are almost inconceiv are exempt-all are liable Albany {"..unty.1', w rites: ) ago
NO REMEDY very M "ver j-rll tll grippe, wbtrh left
able. Have you the grip Or, rattier, Ita |I "Several years ago I had an attack of nx with llyot. our I'aurrb. A frtftwl

. ; The Republican members of the house OCK TOWN. :be grip got ji.uT drip U well named :: la ,.rirll4' wbleb l<'ft my ner\iit in a ; a.1" iie t<. try yuur 1'.nwa nkirlt (

}:r : have decided to support the Townsend- The original French term, la grippe, prcMitratrd j!I comlill a. Then I had another I II i I' did, cud w M ImntMllaloly ......0toJ a11deund.
l IIu ye who climb life' runed bilL has been shortened liy tI.e Iu"ymerl-!!i attack of Is lift I me !
I. The third butU. .
! Each bill for preventing rebates and discriminations Pray while Titusvilk .. euptplttl d .
That atop lirrlv southern city, can to read "grip." Without intend!'' + wurlo{'. I hal tried three 1.1 j.h\>i irl.n.l .'cure."-][. J. n....
.j I against localities by interstate tj Jo ao a new word has lien coi'.rd ,I but all in vain. I pave IVrun.t a trial. If d" ..
Where dwell content and haPIillt"lll.FOfilOOth .. i )'.u rot dIU I-fHlltpl Mad ..
I railroads. The various traffic measure great U the pity that exactly drsrrilxthe CAM?. Alt if :'I In a *b"rt time I wn-t feeling Ix-ltcr and fa.-ntry n-ulta: fr.w the u.*> ..f ...,.....
That 'lu nut M in place tome hideous giant with awful liKifhadclutched now I am a-t well at anyone"-Mrs. "r\l8.&t.n"- Iir.
were considered at a conference every a to Hartman glvtng a
Dwelt in by member of our rare. u* in Its fatal clasp! Il'n. |t Frwl WeinUrper.Hon. full statement l.f e >. aDd .. wilt

j }: which they held Friday of last week. The skies here are cerulean blue women, ehiUren w hole towns and cities James R. Culll of Ontdha. tx i>!ra*,Hi tu give you ,. .Ik.W. ad.a .

1 It i. reported that the bill has some And plants take on their fairest hue arecaughtin the baneful grip of a terrible 11.'ii. Janx It. Hum U one of the ; tee i ralu.

;i ; gaud fraturt-s but that it is 90 loaded up And Honesty jcwip'i and here honor an here unknown are found sound. mfJDI f'r. r>Mt>*t .'IIIIO..t enteMti)*! tn.-n..t< 11I111. : AI..-::..-s Dr. llartincn. i.,..... .f
Th* following letter *j.. ak for them- Neb. lie hu duet in.n'h w iniVr U Tinll..i -nan Kaatt.Nuna.'t.Ituat.s.(1
;{ with possibilities for litigation that it is The golden rule alone U kept
f' And even lawns are nicely swept Ask Your Druggist for a Free Peruna Almanac for 1005.
t. doubtful if much in the direction of reform No breath of scau.lal Uiota the air

; : would be accomplish! by means of And Wednemiay eve'i the hour of prayer
, At half put even a* a rule .
: ? it should the same become a law.It And none have time fur grand*!'* s<'luxil. BOBBINS JAS. FRITGHARD & SON,
. } creates a new court which has jurisdiction Come to our town and hippy I*.
Ladies indulge in tea at five TITUSVILLE, FLA., sliiiiriiiinirimiuiiuri
:i skv of all matters lating! to rates It Bat dirty scandals here can't thrive, j GRAHAM inirnr7tiiiniriniil aY ;-

This the truth 8urv' I'm alive. SOLE AGENTS FOB
: .. may take years to title questions that co.,
, Newspapers here are all br .d gauge 1
liable to be railed in this court.Mr. I IF
are Ant fair play here U all the rage.
(Incorporated. Paid QP Capital 25,000.0a)
,4- rayn.the Republican leader of Matron and mm are nevrr rode.There's Paints 1 }
, nothing like the hra IBM blo !. Boydell
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f This lands
I the louse, u quoted :aa having said at the Then top and Urry fur a while in the company Indian HiverCoon-owns .E .u are in Iw.waapo of ..... J
4 ; tiling you do IK,I rar.t, a'berts.t ='
l : t conference above mentioned, that the And frown will vanish for a untile. tryon the >t Lncie River, :: it tbriHirfb list
; ,', 1. wnseud-Ksch bill does not provide fir Worry pleasure and care sits are on here golden\ unknownAnd throne. at Nrw ne Bay.River, and on Biscay ,E. +T ek, aWl it i!iC''r.. .

1'. anything more than what was in the LuaUH.Tt1o1; f
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i f f. original interstate commerce act, and PRICES TO SUIT IF I.

i.J : f that he said, had operated to the satisfaction Send fur laud list.OrncMaT :1 I 1QyE J

t k t' of the railroads.If .= You want v>a tiiifK' list yw f.

the will fUI : bavrn't iC",t. ..b." ...* for it Mi i
this be the case measure nottatitfy
i F TITUSVILLE ASD MIAMI. j jt .' Tin ST%K and your wad..e.

a *: shippers. The purpte now is not i ---- --- --- ,-- t tit (u,'piiei.' t
i:t., J- to legislate: so as to I'&t.II, railroad, NEW YORKCLIPPER f

: k... but to give shippers relief from a condition IF I J:
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i of affairs that has become intolerable. i :I I! :

!'I The belief stems to prevail) in Washington J
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1 I II I .: A man i* a gent( Imauwm .nun aMitfbt e
i .1 E' that there will be no leg elation! at IS THE GREATEST \ Mixed Heady for the Hrll h.1 :: U, use g...| M&Uuatry Ten 'r

J 'I '- this session wr the cure of the rebate evil. THEATRICAL SHOW PAPERIN I! !I ::: !-HII .,ftlC kin.I* UipfjMi of tO pWv
Ii t !toi Iright printic oe"
I ii' Even if the house should paw a measure THE WORLD. I Manufactured from Pure White .! cwt l' I.( |"prr, .i r* i :
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11 f- it is by no means certain that it would lr J4OOPerYur, Siigle Cot,10 Cft.KMTED Lead and /inc. One Gallon ('cuI j jI ':. Lit! [ sure wry 1 IM an rdW

, pawed by the senate, nnlm it sere entirely IF YUl'K HOr>F.gW WEr.KLT.: iaaU.W/IHrr/1/s..fi4iaW/N//N!.lIt.H1NW'altstakNSALE.
:r I from i"to to 300 Feet I II I
f rs Square I
the railroad the
; ,. :- satisfactory to a- !! np in smoke ff't'tI.I' your money SAMPLE COPY FREE. I I
j ::-, 4< t''n.t B') 'ith li. 1'rovidevoartlf! tthFIKE
!Ii ; roads have strong friends in that body, FRAU OlEE: PUB. co. (UI);, ,I of Surratt" Two (pats.t't .

t,. .. and it will be extremely difficult to haw I.fKANCE unn 10111.rrtu.urR' 't't i ilI.h4.L !,.! -. -- '. -- --
47 W t'YTa toT.1 a 11F Jla&.
I t' it pa!. on any act hastily that the rail- anal teat "*.*'y. [\> it ttMIAt t for;: tcsator Send for Color ( ard and I'rfr.- -< _
row may be Ki latr. (ineu. the word j I _
road oppi*. anl.t'iII! {rothlf the policy that illmun WHITE'S t'wl r aod bjr virtu of anrrait .......' ....rth.ur..f ..
f, : t safety and sau.faction for TOO. EAST I COAST MEAT MARKET awny, e.d -Ie. ...... .at ifili ., .
Therefore, while! the Republican are rvurt IB sod far ftmrMd T...
Bot we say it a ain. l>oiitoti.v.MORGAN' Ala .h.-,..... the lLt.rws. rarity
g Cream Vermifu .sW..?;;; im.a .
show of with the e
making a complying recommendation
It A WALTON. gif 0. F. CDS 5, Ageat, +n.etatww a eoktpLluat I aM h. 1li ti.asw.t
E of the president for Wf illation are ddrli la Tm"\tut. FU>RH>% ,,a UuxUy, tee ..* < ., ..f M rtk A. Ile .....
that will cure traffic evils of interState TEE 6UmiIEE9 in fruul of the ..,m b Hl 5- ---- Fiend dansj for base. ..tpi.' ..... Mrtt
!it r commerce f which both shippers L. MOBLEY florid biebe.i and br.t bidder f'rAll .-b. .!t ... fF.1wisr .
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WORM .snL..t tawda t rJi and cuwamen complain, it is not certain a ...
that trwrt of Utt-i I'... >a tea.sr1iia4ty
1 .j.M at all that anything in regard to this matter TITl" \LU' FL.K. Wttenft, .'1<,nd.. drwnt/rd f.lI".1
Tbttra/lof bad id irfif I.U tt.
a f will be dooeat this nation Gf coar s. Contracts f..r an! kin-is of Painting, Kalumining pREMEDY uuih net Si .-.t t.etouay M a l.taa

. t' t.(-". ( Miinm/, run hic r and Paler } lsr Tie Get .rl sad U!, fret .iI U. raN.
SANCTIONS THE F. Z. C. A. A. tlanfirg, at the mat r- *>nab> price tTHE Tit r&rcrr ,,f Ik* axta.w.{ 9.arba d the
f [ Y .. ooniustcot with good .ckiunhip.Work CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. cf r all artbwr.t qaarur of*rri* I. ...... ssd
The fotk wing from the Daytona range U vr b *cd, wad roe: ....
t >
i -r ... .. ,.,..,,....
f theme wat a. tuk uuulb
i ? t: Gaxette-New of Saturday gives the laterderebpoxct isjittrt 03 lit Eut Coast T.' uaw.s "l...tB ..IT ., Kin.u.TIITSYILLr. I thrum rdst .t rods tII tk ,...... iff a$

t in the rivalry between Or- Aerially solicited. Let n* know vbal Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.T. ; ec.etAiaiu foar arras

." Btoad and Daytona ovr the holding 01 TOO want and get my estimate on it. Louie MO I etrdtal Mj.trr Jo** .
\ Prompt attention given to all ork. RED CP.OS? PHARMACY. FLORIDA I Uucu"
k! t the automobile race: i TiU nKr, FU. it* M. lye

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.e"' >. ALCSJ ;GCTABLC SICILIANairRenewer- Coming Coming II"! !. :',: 'f,- :::: '.' ::' Ir J:

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_.- JJ. stholulrmstesheev s1nreiiorcsthefreshness. ,,Just : .. R.

1'f' what you aced If your hilt Is faded orturolnf fray,fork always: The Best and Host Moral Show"i:

.:._: .,:'i [restores the color.' Stops falllpf hair, also" -:- :' ; : :j sIn

J P-- m.IY pre &IanN b latreI....- America! >,Rt;k'1

IwimPioiiis. It may be that wtreleu wU1 enter aJ- PotAshisNecessaryasRikTl : : rt=
most every sphere of bnmaa activity lrfet r,..'xattiy'l.wsaad says a writer ta'UM World', Wort. In crop depend qtuBtr OD tad a qvasthy ufideoey oftbt of ._ ... s

Tmges.aatoeflUNA.. railroading there will be small excuse : .
for coBislooa when an engineer can be id'

: overtaken between stations or when be Potashla

Muter LePur Barwtt leaves this week can bear from a fellow engineer >a the
same track long before the fatal curve the sal Fertniiers which are
itig for a stay of* year or M with his uncle
la reached. Already London is trying a law la Potash wilt never produce
f- W. D. Hiscock, at Kdcock Ga. aatfefactory results
Wireless fire alarm system. Thaps Emr r tt be faiLtbra. .iA tlMproper
Mr. Edwin Nelaoo and wife, formerlyof the device can even be made automaticby tfi &. farohitrt hmdwui for e t err Oat bad tf of maeb

this pUce, bat now of )Miami spent a a thermostatically controlled attachment crap. W. bas pebhak sd a taxi e C Qoolt. fr +c
thu littmporcut ;
cooQ fatiiy the b mctidx* OB
i few days visiting )fr. and }{!'I. O. x. _J_ 1IIb1ec!. irkick mn Kwt free
uk. wne nc..biis pw tluak tiC
Page parents of Jlri. Nelson, on their re- WHATH2& REPORT. iitt a ..

Y r torn from the 51. E. conference, which It'XIU.V roa JASCABY. *T arv. JAS. u. ...T.COLL...-.. __nu ataet4.razuate wean
recently met at Goodall, near Daytona. WHITK. C. a. wtATHxa OBSUTIK. ,Ua-rZ}(&Q....1Irw&. '

; the 31st 77.0 I__ I I
The coM wave that enpuhenortbem. Highest temperature on ; ..
? lowest temperature the 261 h 2.U .
middle and
over a very large portion ofF
Mean for the month 58 6; average mean THE
the southern United States, did not come for 24 Yt"aJ'l,61.7; highest mean for:!'years 1I1! 'ti !

near enough to give tu a touch of its chilly 882, 60.8; lowest mean for 24Yt'&l118.6, HASBROUCKMOTOR

frosty or icy ,breath, for which all M...
Rainfall in inches 0.44 (orS
; average
Florida should
r Still there
2.63 for 28
Tears", ; greatest yearn 1S78
$. may be time enough for each a change to 10 45; least for 23 years 1SU8 0.30. STARTS GIVES EASIER GREATER, RUNS EFFICIENCYand STEADIER,

; happen ere the present winter closes, to! Prevailing direction of wind, northwest.
we will not tout. Number of clear days, 21; number of uses LESS GASOLINE per bore
air days, 7; number of cloudy days 3,
; John Weihe, formerly of Horti, now number of days with rain, 2. dumber power We than any demonstrate other engine this.made. 'itr

of West Palm Beach, came up in his new of days with thunder, 0. continually :

sloop, bringing with him a young man Island Home Merritts Inland Fla. utnmNrcial! sizes 8 to 300 tinree power t'i

named Richard Elliot. The latter has special Light high Sliced sizes! from '
3) to 2oO home
left via Key West and Havana for Mexico IIOM"r.Benj.

- x r. where hit father and two brother are EMTATIO.YU DEPARTMENT 1UTt + r
0. "wnw.TaUahafliH \. j W. Jerome
in business. John Weihe carries a party ,
>, Fla., Jan. 2:5r.l: UI().'). sty y- g .r.
home with him this week, consisting of STATE AGENT,
In response to numerous inquiries as to
J Mr. A. Y. lliscock, wife and daughter what test books ';\constitute. ti e basis WESTPALM BEACH, FLORIDA.
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who are here from cel,Michigan. of the June examination, I take this .
tohn White & Co.
The people bereabtwts are alive, going, method of announcing that no changeswill
\ I* made in the Ux>Ls which were LOUISVILLE. KY.
coming and doing as occasion serves. As UUW1.U4 IMI 1 1f
need in the last -lamination. The f' l- r%
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a far an known no one has lost heart because owing wilt give complete information on ..::..... r\
of the cold Wave that struck through the the I stibjVct: FURS

state even as far south an Miami, Cutler Orthography I'1I! Word lemons and Hide. (
([2): cents,) by Maynard, Merrill and Co., ...... I1
The Miles Ortons Southern Shows will Ti .
and Key Weet, leaving the itnprmlonthat New York. .......... appear at a

g weather conditions sometimes are norerpectors Heading-Any standard author will tusville Fla., for two days only '
;; of localities. But there is one answer. Weekly Weather Report.

thing to cheer the people: Orange groves Composition-Butler's School English tf.'.DKrA aTM ENT or AORICCLTCBC WBATBKK -
FRIDAY and SATURDAY FEB. 17th and 18th
{f"5tvnts), by American Book Co., New BCKKAC.Ft ,
have pa8Ml'ol through so far unhurt, and York or Atlanta.
the vegetable is being rapidly re- \rithml'lichlnll"tlnd..1 P' JUlna, *.. Feb. 7. 11+)5.
crop ( i Two Grand Performances daily at 2 and S p. m.
newed. Fwon ouch produce w ill be bringing cents), bvAmerican Hook Gr.English Comparative statement of temperatunsand
who lost Grammar-MfctcaTe(60cont: ( !), rainfall for the week ending Tuesday, Doors open one hour earlier. .
in returns to cheer those Feb. 1, tOO5
American Book
their first planting by the cold wave G. S.IIiotory-Field'8 I Grammar School 1905 111.)1 A Grand Free Outside Exhibition on show grounds
DATa lUX. XI'I. lUX. MI$'
T EAU GALLIK. ($1)), by American IIbton-Grffn's Book Co.Florida .or Fairbanks'tl.2j Feb1." ., 1&75 a di.. a 70 i 30Y. U before each performance. The Champion I High Diver of

Another fishing party left this week for ( Fla.Ot'OjlraphyRt'JuY'1I), by. U. and W. B. Drew, Jacksonville "" 3... 76 72 B3 t3 jJ 11 M 59 the World, Capt. David Lattlip, positively free to every bodyDon't i-

Lake Washington.Mrs. 3. 16 s1 n 413

Treuller's new building H n..ArlyOODlpll"t vanced (tl.25)), by American Satl1ral.1 B.iok CO.PhuiololvColt'man'lJ .. 6.7.ell 6"io 'i if: 71)'4h forget the days and dates, Feb. 17 & 18

and is credit to Eau Gallie. K!* ments of
a Total rainfall for the week..19 in.
((20 cents), by the MacMillan Atlanta. .
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If>puture rainfall for he "itk minus .5;
Dr. and Mrs. Vaughan, of Springfield, Civil (Government in Florida-Yocum's inches.

:_ N. Y., have taken a cottage: Eau Gallie (50 rents), by ":. 0. Painter and Co., IV lirpartare tamf41foinl.'e Jan. K minus THE SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
winter. Land, Fla.AlgebraWhite's. Jt"0 inehe ,
for the
School ($1)), by H. 1*, HARDI*.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith Pawley and family American Book Co. official in ('barge. Are now selling Sowing Machines ON EASY PAYMENTS S 1 .

of OgJensburjr) N. Y., are wtttal in a Physical G >graphv-Tarr's New ift),

cottage on Highland avenue for the win- by the MacMillan Co Atlanta. SINGER SEWING MACHINES ARE ;NEVER SOLD TO DEALERS .
; Theory and Practice-\lcMiirray's The \\ I I{ufl Down -Jf
ter.Dr. Method of the Recitation (W ivnt*)), by
and )(r8. C. C. Booth, of Youngstown tl... MacMillan: Co Atlanta Our Direct Representative is at your Pf'rvit"UfO'. la a card and I.e will call on )ou r

Ohio, are now in KAU Gallie. The These books may be hail of mutt hook
Sewing Machines Sold or Rented Terms: $3.00 down and $3.00 month. ;
s doctor' new launch will sum lot lu reddines dealers in the stale, or from the publishers ptr

fur launching.Dr. by mail port: laid on receipt i of price. : is a common expres From 10 to 'JOr| rent dixcount al!"*ed (or old mlU'hmHl.11 makes of machines itj

Ilt r er'tfutly, C rej-aired. Xwllw, belts, etc., for all kindi of machines.
Yaughan, of ():,len burg, X. Y is W. M. louJ\\'U", \ve hear on cver\ ..
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here for the winter. The doctor is a state Snpt. 1Mb. tmction. J
l'rolDint'II'It"ni t of the above named -------- side. Unless I there U DO NOT USE POOR OIL-For raw on ring maihlm-. rating machine! hicycc
TREASURER'S STATEMENT. !.' and for ail palaces r.qairing a fine lubricant, theb>Hitittiiv< ...air.tln| : t
. 't..111'dJrr /

Tl dition: doubtless be remedied. '
damage by the fieew at Walden Grove.
net by Mrs. S. I-:. Bar- doctor is the best adviser. '
Tins plan is UI& TotaL...__..n.$US1S72 ;our Cocoa Florida.
boar who has a IJIJ.T quantity of fruit I.of'M warrants laid lu Jan. F I3. and I
for shipment warraaUi delivered to county com Do not dose yourself with all!! .. -- -- .'
ruiasiosers l board of instruction
aa< public -
A jolly trip M the! beach by Dr. Yang- ______.-.f 1,715 1* kinds: of advertised remedieset Organs. Organs. Organs. '

ban'* party onV\"ln *lay. There trip r.t'ralrfifale to sound !'ikf ne'' Price t-'V. I'rop un a carl when you late rP'
Balance cask on hand Feb. 1, 11103. ttO.570Z4
ditkr- his More! than
ahnnetdaily\ owurnnt"by likely
are \f The above amount U held M follows: opinion. work for us to da Ad.lirwi J M. M. BROCK, COCOA FLORIDA. :
of nor northern gue-t, who ..
flit parties
Depwited in BIT rani County Mate '. '}u need a concentrated fat food
are all haven 1\ j Hy time. bank aa pr cashiers t1-'rtifil'&tf\! -f.".
of Uche to monthly kUtrmeut, and enrich bhod and tone E. L. BRADY & BRO.
Mr. and Mr*. Thomas and family tub iD safe u_____.._.______...,$10570':* 'I your -
Younrtto, are H-ttUnl in one of UH Gilbert Balances belonging to each fund are as ) the system. '\'

cottar for the intrr., MM.Thorna follow*: uf GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS :

;r will spend the winter in Eau G.:. County.. reverse, general fond.. ..... f .:.Mrt JW@ -'!'
of her pen, :Mr. Thomas. .. +d sad bridge .. n_'_. 169 Scott's Emulsionof hand: pnriuee of all \iud.t. We are .'''D r.)r Mapes' r rtili.We deal tar}..]" .tj;
lie the guet building li t4 In the above liON of ..JIAA. and ">{)r )Ir. Arlington Gilbert will sins at fin and forfeiture ff Wet t4 (ir !O and all trnrenee. delivered at you station E L IIK\U\.t BRO TmriLL. (ta. '.
"M, e
the I ., rofX.tK>n. at the a-hlitoriam, fredina rrilflo..n unn 1.1t5 fir --
pi r'd f d.D M. 913 Cod Liver Oil
# \ in Melbourne, on Saturday evening, and .... .14. "M ".. %S............ 1.r.7 151M, R. V. DOUGLASS, : : : : ,
Lucia Terry will aid at the Bazosr 1
Marta .._. I5U90 f
Thor-day Friday and Sat- M ......_.... .
ti of Nations on 5f tit.rr2 i, .'.r in.
n>e -trdm fund- .___n_ 3atttt ast such a food in its best form. General Merchandise
of d-.d i
property jerwweI
I>r: Sarah C. Ifexirnn w having a fawn___.. ....._u.n.. 1 "'I t \iII\\\ build up the weakened
t'f't''tfnnr the WVrt End I school rand reofral. 24 totspecial ro Jistinr of ererythiertsaally '''-'
building .
Pharmacy to hold a horse and boggy .. .. tat- tcbl M dwt M t I-.... 1013.H2!>9 it! wasted body when all! kept in a ",-- BOCKLEDOZ, FLA. e, 1er..t..JM."h -

t The building af'Ltoini fervor*! in and the ".. "- -- "- -" 3 4._._. IS7ID S5W .;:r foods fail to nourish. I Ifs i
this of the
improved, making one

4' prettied lot in the town.. r espectfally.Jour Total. ..__.___....11).1'1.2. are run down or emaciated A.. E. HILL, I

A Rater Ofc. ..*.. Ilr3aT vc it a trial : it cannot hurt
Captain J. Larson a sailor on thegnat County Treasurer.trtew .
rereJveJ patents .. u, It is essentially the best
laken, recently -- -'- ------- ------ *
eD a nor form of pleasure bMt. says (.abet IWI(.red 'miMe nourishment for delicate General Hardware.
th1 JLmerlcan Inventor. Tte boat UVp& By local appliratiao all they rtaaat :each the

: td vita a 11&.. bottom.electric and li no bt.wfcteh daraed way to rare puuua J afan c.f the& ad eu.t&at by Is.aty ortBsiitar : ose- :hildren; and pile, anaemic girls. Doors Sash Blinds. Cement '
./the bottom: Is an al r rtnnt ft. Drafftew U eaaw.i by aa IB-
will flhnataat the water sod I ltd cooditio of the mncoos Baits ef theta fc',\ ill send you a sample free. Lime. Brick. Lath Etc. :
the bed of the strtara for wta dstanceUOCDe1 >t chua tat*. Wfetn UsU utw grU ta&uani .
hr a raasMtat wood or iispen'tirt ttr
A botOwl reflector make It > 1-tat ae4 wbea it b: rathrly rk ed : peII1Nt to ail comfortably ta the boat the rwjjlt.and sliest the isfUmmatim eau betaken E t tort that tK.t pwtunor GUNS AMMUNITION.I FISHING TACKLEPlumbing
tad vtattu the curtoa tMng ta the set and ift* tube reseed to in Boreal is Lase la tt ell )asst 'I t
water blow with great eaae. ant pl<> cuouitl c Gas and Steam Fittings.
cw eat.f tea are rested by otsanh. ''
tan cay be taken atao by etc of a which i* tMtkk&c bat a*it t&e>rj ever.trti.+a ot pear buy. Artr 1.Ui art Dnve stew:a a ryrrutr Lambrr and t.Ir."W1,

aim: The cajstala has to hU aortas- the meroes wrfaraa.f SCOTT & BOWNEOtonuti Tin Shop undo CtJUlpt'tlt fireman R', ,rag. trtttKnng, 1pairitj all 1 : r,
stun a Dumber of: ptotajrapba> wtlcb f I W* will rm().. Haadrvd IV4ar f.+r any \V.,rk prtemltly aUerNitd to
and the,. c- otideafs.e4 tea.ttf by a, attic)tear na'
wet taken by this means net M erred by HaS'i IVarrt Care.citruiaix SIow'fir South Florida for tie Norcross
=};- an Mid to tot tape aatufactcry. al- tt... Sole Agent
'_ eo.p> the, Were made when the wa1R F. J. CHENEY A CX.'fO eat. a .1 409 hart Stntt. Sew Yert
aaa dootei via Art washed don ; "SoI.l"7 drat+ss..3c. Baud Coltiiators and Fertilizing Drills.
Haifa hai1.J hits are 1M pea.s Stk aaAi Drejis
fill,. Van II.j .

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.t",- ,- ";; ji OEPO.Ff THE :DESPOT pad to that-wielded bthe- oar has' t

;(,; '::' : been In his hands and unless be A. G. SPAULDING & BROS'Base
-"' .. ,.-- ., \"... "",, ......... .,...... ft' placed .
.",7 ? =-1 prove false to his training and leadendea Sufferingmil
,,,.. ";:"'< .t ,, .
r"Ji' -<;>: the unfortunate people of 8U Petersburg -

...'"" ;.st. {.; We' -Llghta on. St..- Peterabulg'es will discover speedily that a Ball and Goods ,

", J" .' l Governor General. ruthless BUB of blood and Iron 1* in Not Help Your Sporting

rnz''';:fi{ .{... t command of their destinies.: Disease, but Will
I M+bM.hrV V W
; :{jffJj7'1y J
'HOW HE 'IS HATED 'BY BUS8U53. La. spas Fr a Bride Weaken Your
.. The H. & W. B. DREW CO.
,'T'it''' :> :." A cantaleyer bridge under construction Nerves. ,
.: ; across 'the 8t Lawrence at Quebec
::' r"" e Folks who think It It better to bear
'4 l Eve tk. HIa.. 01.... wk. Ea.itj' will contain a longer span than pain this sooth it-4Uwronr.. Jacksonville .

.. '-1 's? Hiss. .Its .a ua ill ....t.* BUJU4 any bridge yet erected. Tbe bridge OLd-fasLloned doctor used to say It

: <"" ."""t!f.F That ...... Deta consists of two approach spans of 210 was bettef. because they had nothing Distributors for the State of Florida. :

,1'i 'if... His Life MarreUes E. feet each two shore arms each 500 with which to ease pain but dan$ roua.

.w:'f# .... 1Pr.4r a.W..... feet in length and a great central span hart-paralyiinr 4ruP. Thd tra.l supplied at manu&rtnrm Iou" prior. .
t800 feet In length. But now, ,that a safe remedy hat Retail orders and dub outfits rm-ivr C'afftlilaUcoltklD.: .
.. been found. Dr. Miles Anti $ii' .
General Trepoff. the new governor Send fur catalogue. J
BILL FOR A STATE SONG. it Is wrong to suffer for nothing cut bet
;W- feral of St Petersburg to one of the gained but weakened nerves.A .

hated of the remember la When .---- -- -""-- -- -- -
r& molt subject oar uj w/ rule to :
.....r* tatr.d.ed la ta. S..ta Da .
1 : z the Chicago Becord-llerald. .Men of kta LesUlatarc. In pain take an Anti-Fain P1IL

}, liberal teodcode as well u pronounced A bill was recently Introduced in the This l will soothe your quivering nerves. The "Simplex"
Dr. Maes' Anti-Pain Pills relieve pain name
", < reroiationlfta look upon him u probably South Dakota house of representativesby by restoring the natural secretion In

i the greatest foe of popular liberty Representative. Apland for the adoption which they differ from opium and similar OJMPLEX has been repeatedly

: a? that cxlfta la Rossis. It is even Aid of a state soag, whose author is narcotic drugs, which relieve pain

:i I 11 t#> that the palace clique who employ him, Stella Sldnell Peterson of Centreville, by They cheekier are sure the action and harmless of the,glands.and are IA10 Y complimented as very

:, loathe him for hi* despicable methods.Trtpoff says a dispatch from Pierre, 8. D., to the latest medical treatment for the

himself declares'that he bean the 8L Paul Dispatch. When the bill cure of U &d che. Neuralgia, Backache Itc 'L: ;' appropriate. The Sim-

; : ;;. a charmed life. Four time have the was first presented the assistant clerkof Rheumatism. Dizziness Toothache
-: Stomachache. Menstrual (Monthly) plex is simple in every
rerolotionisU tried to effect his "re- the house offered to sing the song to !
Pains. Abo nerve irritations like Sea-
: moral," but each attempt proved a the members, but the offer was declined Sickness. Car-Sickness. Sleeplessness. way and particular. Its

t. .. failure. and the song was referred to the Indigestion etc.

When a soldier! of accredited ability 1x committee on Immigration. Following Pleasant to take quick In results. I I1 ; mechanism is simple.
I have used Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain \
become chief of Russian
to a \
ctoopa Is Mr. Peterson's production to be sung
Pills for sick nervous headache and .
police be at once tn a measure loses to the tune of "Yes We'll Rally 'Round have received the trot re ults. 1 heartily ,,,.. ... It does not easily get
recommend their curative r.
caste with the remainder of the army. the Flag, BoIl ties for they are successful."-REV. \.\ .

it J This Is the case of General Trepoff. lie in beam RAY A. WATIIOS. D. I).. 10Yo. City la. '<':L out of order or need re
Where the skies beauty Sold by druggists at :Sc. Money back
7' Is admired for military actions In the And the sunsets golden (learn. if first box does not help. Never sold
If it should mischance it is
Is home in South Dakota pair. by any
'. '1 past, but despised for his present occu There my ; In bulk.FREE ,
Where the tlel4a of waving grain
patios, for within a few weeks he has Raise. In glory to thy name. Write larkaeA to of us Dr.for Mil Free,,' Anti.Trial easily fixed. The Simplex is fully warrantedand

: been chief of police of Mo cow. He Giving a cheer for South Dakota.CHO.VI. Pain Pills, the New Scientific Remedyfor

comes of a good family and conducted: Pain. Also Symptom Blank. Our tell is an ornament to any home.
Specialist will diagnose your cue ,
himself with distinction In the Turkish j All hail to Dakota! With glad hearts ws You what is wrong and how to right it.LABABORATOItLES. .

war but always displayed a brutality 'i sing I PR. MILKS. ELKI!RT.L' D.CO. Sold. By
Till far o'er the prairies our praises will
toward the soldiers under him that
ring I
caused the men to hate him. He has ;4 II! And within each patriot heart what a Jot
1 1 The Lltll Father's Aaswer. INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE Hie.
been especially distinguished for de it doth impart!
Hall to the state of South Dakota "Little father we are starving! May we ,
nunciations. In and out of season, of I not have bread?'

anarchists and revolutionists, which Where the western breezes blow. By the castle gates the soldiers paced -- -- -
declarations probably hare won for him Goldenrod and roses grow, I, with steady tread.
Over the plains of South Dakota "Little father can't you hear usT" crud
f the unenviable position that be now And the lovely autumn days they In despair. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

? oauplellarked man that he has Into winter lingering stay- Palace doors were tarred and havoc hovered

: been for years Trepoff practically has Giving a cheer for South Dakota. In the air.

.of become, next to the cur and the grand Timber land of wealth untold. "Little ronfed father people you cried.must answer" the Local Time Card No 59. In Effect Jan. 30,1905.

f1- dukes the central target for weapons and of old.
Mines of silver ( Men lay dying In the gutters when the
of the followers of the red flag.Y Are In the hills of South Dakota. czar replied.
I Wonderful thy "Cavs of Winds"And $SOUTH-BOUND-Rf DOWN.
The most recent attempt on TrepoCTslife
thy great and famous springs- Through<< long age they had striven. .
was made Jan. 13 last In Moscow. Then give a cheer for South Dakota. through the ages hoped; Us 89 M* 35 iii.. 2. iii..%J I N. 71 ae 74Dally M IIUiiy .s MUUy
Be wu at the Nicholas station in that In a darkened world and Joyless they had Dally Dally Daily STATION I. Dally 1
farewell gather from the east blindly roped. D'u'l '
v city bidding to Grand Duke
And they gather from the west But they pointed to the heavens saying."Ood I.p 13 lip i' Q7 10ta Lv..Jark.uavlle. .... Ar'I30p 140 ; ws IolaellpI
; flsrrtus. ,who was departing for 8t Petersburg Seeking for homes in South Dakota. I. tllH" ." iota a ...80.JlU'holum. ..LeTUp Ms
when a student a { Ittpjcop llli 1ItII .. ....M AukUtstlae .. Sup: Stop too a //N.
, young ap What a welcome glad and freeTrom And they humbly kissed their crosses as p \
I(S p H6J A .... ..... lUlttnc* .... II' P
, ". preached quickly drew a revolver and each pioneer you see- they knelt in prayer. whip 12IV 4Salujj .. i; p IM f 147TWa SMa
I. tired three time at the general but the i Then five a cheer for South Dakota. And they said. The little father when p ..:..:.._:.Yaatlalatk. _
f wr go to pl id- IOU p 7L.p i7S1p I..4eI'.p aka ... 1-Y'' 44V pAr 4 ep Cuss
1 bullets went wild. Trepoff simply Tis the home land of the free: When we cannot bear .It longer-he will .4i p loop llttsUp .., .L*.l' "! tk' !i pLrj Slip laseM. .
t blessed himself, and the secret policeRho Patriots of liberty give u. hml." _. ,
} Came from the homes ef South Dakota. I /i P i A' .......van Slateo ) I p Ito: p
were present seized the sssassin .. .. .. t04p ibis
TISann Lv $aaliateu..Ar ytep
noo a
the nation's shall that others
i I And rug wave They were plundered so might ._ I
and hustled him off to prison. Long In honor of her brave- bet rich and proud: life 'L' .. .. Nt'Olfl ... L' tall P111II
I A month previously Trepoff was the ,. Then five a theer for South Dakota. Still they humbly kissed their crosses, at P p ... .......Hunnell .. ...... 414 p
I i'" chief of police of Moscow. It will be their altars bowed. 1 01 p . .... Slip
Prom the father's rounded shoulders, ii 10a .. .... i p
t .1 .remembered that on Dec. 18 and 19 last When You Hats a Cold. when his task was done al IMp U /o ......liotcirrdsend .. ._ Uopj.p 114 Ibis
p pus ........1)ayI&uts tarp .p I. A .
f the students of the university there engaged
The Increasing crushing burden fell 11 U) llephl:1a
i The first action when yon have a cold pH9 p IIN p .... ....Tori etrattae ... j an II I4m
. t' In revolutionary demonstrations. I should be to relieve the lung This is upon the son. a Ibbp JZi: pno i7abp -.. .. ...>?. nnirrnA Isp ss5pt170a *
J Trepoff bad put down the uprising with : hwt accomplished bv the free u!*> of But within their breasts they treasuredone p ..-... ltai UIII.. i I S2'I P
fair hope and dear- 1:1'\1' 1756p1.! ......... TU.\lIYIUI' IUp 7Mp tilt AKrUlB 'I'
it. heavy band and Incidentally had' Chamberlain's (Joain Rpmcly This "When we ask the little father be will 108 170top A i 11'.1 plUi ... .. 4ora :. i rep I
t caused mournlpg la many homes in ivrnwly liqnefif the tough mu'nw antI kindly hear." p I .... ... ItorU..IIl" I noptf
Moscow. It was a relative of one of the raiir ell its! expulsion from the air eels; of SM: p l&l 4I> P lit 142 p ...... .. .Roek'I. .. ion' "allll'<< II MI. ... i,1171 II p IN It .

:4 TkOms of TrepoCrs "repressive" action the !lungs, produces a free t'Slot't1/ration| So they toKed and starved and struggledOften bbl 6MpTUp p 6Dlp p a p p .... ._ J".IL) 'I I rebela came ...... ... II M '
and the ewivtions. .\ ;I: that had attempted to even things i open| To implore them to be manly and to end S J\ ...... I.uete ... 1eJII'1 .
"I. by causing the close friends of Trepoff xxm follow-t. This mmtdy'sill cur the shame. tUats stop stop ...... for! I'lrrr*.... . ItiaBp I ,tAp N p
a severe cold in less time than any other But they shook their heads and answer \t to pat on black. : treatment ant it loivec the cy\ U>in in a I'd.urn, you go your ways; 101 p .... ... idea .... .II. I 8I' ..
k The 1902 Is marked with red In : TWl p ... .. J.n"'I1. . !1.611 .. .
year natural and healthy condition. It God Is watching high above us. we will
1 .... : I cusp
l; TrrpoJTs calendar. Especially is there ormnteract any tendency townni pnt-u- give him praise flip: T. p ,I... II-.1. -*..uiMr.tJoi.Htr. ." i:1111I.1, i inTW P
I ii ,: a huge daub of crimson over the month monia. For sale by Ked Croc* I'liarmacy. And the little father listen; when he f.611 .
hears ui call leNntl'simheaeh 10* Seep SsAp
i f ()f March and April of that year, for In He will kindly herd his children; he wm /75a I a lI Stilp s p S&U SNIP p b 101111:IOp Lv 1'.lm Hrtrh IMS ,MIS aTi p 5 N p
those months three attempts were HI.. .C Hallway Trectle. bless us all tWa atop er.p bgp .ue.ifaimltreh..Aritoa! Fcs 1'6 I
; Lv' 71i 1Np ,
made on his life. He bad a marvelous The New York Central Railroad company lOW yelp pi t .. .Jtoyntofi.1..1,.' jTVte I ISOU /Sap.
By the palace gates they gathered
almost a miraculous escape on March which has three gangs of civil .. 19 M) p j F' t.ud.Male! I I SI1 I JIM p i iIi
the time aa come I I
I .. ltallaoI.- M > III p'
It ; 31. A woman named AUnt bad gained engineers' at work at different points For tts little father's blriwinf! They. no 'II '3i 4pf p .. .. Irm'.a ('", . ifc .1' 14" pslla
.admission to his private office on the in Connecticut surveying for a double lorgrr dumb. lItp :llIOpTlpAr;: l111U1 h 4 A 44 "

of track road Put their crosses In their porkets. raising --
pretense Imparting Important Information 'I' from its Harlem branch at ------ ------- -
the dread try. Buffet I'trlor Canton: trains A.U. ;to s v4 II t and B ifl<-t hl j.n.; < *r. I),. irn< I* *a4 **
concerning She Brewster :t. Y.. to connect with the
i a conspiracy. ...
"Little father. are starving; heed us t.etwerfJarkwn.bllr.n.tlttaml: Verify l..r. on I".U.I'" .:.' istrt.nnM A.4 +u. aced
I carried a revolver concealed beneath along Boston and Albany railroad at Springfield or we
r cloak. It was but the work of a Mass, will have to erect a trestle Down the *ol .
1 second to draw the weapon place Itt 4rt feet bijrh. the highest in the Thus the n amt little gr1m-father answered ..h.n they CONDENSED SCHEDULE BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND 8T. AUGUSTINE

: against TrepoJTs breast and pull the world near Tbomaston if a trade( of Iper called to him. .
trigger. The revolver however misselfire cent Is not exceeded says a Wln- -3 E Klsrr In Chicago Record-Herald .... W w. lit "4. ltt- w HrL eta ..J"e.I'.. 'Aj n r'o M w t.. II.f!,
t !o RUI.FU tnlJ 1"liJ Datir I", ) Dad1! f.1(.. fl. .... i. I. I fa. '"
r act it is presumed that Tropoff steel (Conn.) dispatch to the New York -
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J c again blemed himself On April 4 tolI Tribune. The enirtnwrs have In<:troc- I i i \\f.KA \ O 1.4 .!oII'WlTt. .. ).JdOOll.\J- -agia- S4. &I -u"-.. .-. lj ; f. l II'i ret't. r' ., r. I. :. re.t4 e-1

( Thai ......rl1... HitKiprrlrrwr. Oi5t' 4aatIiteew il., '. JII.r. ...., ew'rw, \01 .I 1I.. rw'ula
lowing a man armed with a stiletto dons not to exceed if jx>*.lble a 1 percent 'urreapondent \ :

It tried to force his way into the general's grade and to noM sharp carve*. :I -= Aj"i: ;Z-h V "t.V '** *- t.'+ ...f:*' ** .&** I Its. 4MxUll .- ... JI. ,11. J't

r ;I- omce. but was overpowered and placed To keep the grade down in crmwln I I "I can ?tp>n/l) h'CIIfIIlWn.llf..rhlflfO! a* S. !. ; l>all, h.bull Sea., ,,4i!> .'/-U,. fa I'.Sae: .,., I 1.>., J i... I DallyL.Stug'ntm
i! in a dungeon. He is now in Siberia. the ranees of hill! the line in being I a ",...t".f tvmarkaMrfEtwy: fir in. :_, --1. -. .-.. .
M talus df' "Jf tit' rY .Nara el .P.AI
1111' ireri: ) W
!{ S On April 8 Trepoff had another thrtll- carried hUh acrww 1M valleys, with I I I dR-.4i' n. It*'' of appfttt**, *"If ttair in Ja .......w a 5oa..* u,, .U.$1 .""' .ei r'ar. hart Ut r..I.. ._ rre _: era 1r.Tranmmp.rdrattn.tveyr .
tie h lactic 1n
: pa'i'iutt a < > "
! fag experience. White he was riding tunnels through the hills Instead of
...., '.,
i inafW meads i 'It'' h't'f.t"i ; -fi'u..marorla sacdrspa..tlar.wulI.MaAtsai
! a young student the cuts. A tunnel mile tons Till! have : ', .., :
sprang upon steps one : .irpr -. irii*. ilrrbiirmot t 1ay e.a, bf'. Operated 11'1' tlr' t'an. uti w t. 'I ,1' -.t air te'-targrd:
1 ;_ .. of the carriage and attempted to plunge to be bored Nepaug, sx mliwt froaWlnated. Ita ur.i'ltte jTrparatkiii for nidiour '
t a dagger Into the gewral's heart Tb.r >*.I' ST. aI.IJl5W.t ArD h 41 b ti r\u fttAtBi ut lliAlIl : M I.
a- mntir: a fe* ij-t- 's fitlirtrly r "- ;
secret police officer that rode with Tre- niov" i my rn". '1ai.t. 1 .on.! r at uivjile tmJ I__ __ *[. i'llU" _-' Inl:1 _to..!-i_. _____ silly

poet warded off the desperate rocge. ; The beat!'. Great Tear. .'.''lt.? on v.fknnjr or *|>rndir g ir*>ir eta p ''Lr 'Aor.Jotlr"* Ar 1:1" 'r ea; Li .-.. r. ArAr .** rif

!; :.. but received a severe cut la the arm. There Is One striking point worthy of i I rnony <>tit aorthie.A tt'Hi".. atrn lIt'rIJlne !llllpIL! ..... Put h"uu; .. i.t 1.,1"\.1.'1)-) ... e n w tv "..,La..ta..a eats il.wA LiL till'? Mrs.
The assailant was locked up as a ma- ppneral attention and that is, while I |"irt nntbi;.-, an.1| a, chP'5(1 tc ar brto 7in 7s i p plAr.{Ur ,.. 1>.JI..a I.. ; !.rar''IiW..I.. ti t. \o"&loo t"'IP.l.3 .

;.tt. 1111<. and none of his friends sine hasten raising bj far the largest cotton crop tlr: at I:., \.- ".>.> F'namu'-v ; p t IF S." etcr... Lv77;, alt.r'. : .. .., MUui I. / ire'w

: him. ever produced, larger than the world Z. ;. .....
It. ra
I 17 r. H I I V 4V
generally bad ItpJlO't'l that tt* south Why BroBtr Mlpprri Are .p.l.r. M'J. x11NG..T Bi'l'" cm IMH
1 of this year Trepoff was 1'--111 ,, ..r .'01IJ", '
t..lly' ::0.&JeUr
l. relieved of his duties could cultivate and pick with '*s prr Ilrnz n!!NIt'" an- giJnlng !n iwpnlarity I .-8.L ____ __ :
ss i I '
po Sp'L. l.+k'- -t1le Ar s7C.4w II 4.,' :> ; .. !IT 1frw ...,r1"'
ent labor supply, this rtlon at the JD the lofosth.oII.. snit ; )1a t
ff lice of Moscow and ordered to the many .: t-J. ii4 P>LT ...:.!.. arum L. 76oJ. I A f.Li 14i ;. .v.a '.r Lase Ij- r L. :as21N ..
11: front He was not to go. however, as sam Urn has raU- Its larj,?st gnnI I.I bronze ton- ire **n. enye tt. 8ii--j! I .. W" :' U 1r..L' .u..,..- n -.r4 ; t i 6. ;. I l' .. r* 1.e- '11-- t :y L. 1 M p
; a fighting nun. Perhaps his superiors crops and its largest frut! crops'.-!! pv..t..1 tlt'ftlt"t! wy that .2nt is.: liar '!.ji'T ," L' : .i. i --.. p4..Artraatr'rrle- -- .lja--..-..lip.
r -' -
t desired to preserve LU life as long sipossible. addition to ail of this, baa steadily I Id 'I women }like! them bestt**! even s urge; I ; ,' J11BThD ttTtrsirt. %i'.urftSu. ii II S.IMU UAKJI l 1".11
& >
f.r.! He was assigned at head of #ntQ id its lodastrial and railroad are bronze "!l;'ippr l Iv>kf comparatively II ItWl :*j j ....,
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ir I .. the Red Cross society In Manchuria.It Interests, says the )lan r.ct1ren' Rec .mi1J on a woman's foot and thMj d'er' I )- .- Lv7ii H.AS.1 A.- i uJy le-, tv 1.:.,. --r.-4eJ: =_-.-

_ Is Intimated that the general) had d.- ord. The r*l'* of the south have thus i ,, jaL' to the rierfe A A/ Ht.J I je.p #; sa %rPE.H1H5UUR s.rot .1'1 I.. ; ... .

be work and accoQrUsaaj ; --
a dolnjr more -
t aired to lead a corps or at least a brigade
'f but Information it is ailet ed. had greater results during the last I t h'Il.w"' AND OCCIDENTAL STLA ShiP COfiMCTIONS AT MIAMI..UM I.

I :' ... reached army headquarters in St. Petersburg twelTe inontia than ever tfor :I W}.... t' ret'.I to. 1..1.frt!inz rt nit -- -. - .

I'':"; that Trejwl would not .be The SaiMkUe !>prinj. I II ea+itw*;rhtM 1ai! ..1.!a(.>.frY..:} ",in..mWmof thr >>.,n'rrwptdrfr' toitlaten CmsectMi 'HU si Hiaxl! _ttk Susaibipt! at the P ,0. S. S C+c'i'; fr

!Ifi welcome among the rank and file under The salve that am without I ar I' !, 1- C.,* -rfrtrt (por-S'i'-rK Thi. .!

III Kumpatkln's ctxcmsnd. ; rVf'.Vitfs Witch Bud Silve Cots. b
I It. The genera! almost hid cotnpMedamagvtstcts \ built, branrs and pile. du'flO'Sr f c/h I>medy its t.1.. trvvwnt of I --- --- _. .--

I t> pwlto the front tie uw oe this asltf' u *nounshineofjprin t. 'Jrt" that dtw-s.r Mr M s I. B*.frlYMtrvilir '. I.f I TVTt=.T..i.. ."""rtu.t.t": :rasa .i. valve- .. :
I il when tae preut crisis aroae. and the MLH.. M )Nile-. Mi[ in eaktn : c f Urrrxrir I fI-a u.. a.T.ra. sLaaurJ, t.a wet.rr.e..r Jr.o.r'-.l !.A ..Ass .... I set r IorC
{ !. s.1 Lea t..e eocratl t..J :+e.f rs.ta. u t..r aLl L"1"1 "',ear :'. ear..etag. ..a.-
,'i grand anal party at onw <*!ect 4 him ton, Tbe II1., sy: "I -a! r rifn*!iy'ataicted j.- =cr an the u..- of ttat rt'o.-d Jy sap fr.;

i M the most ce prate can la tie ta ; 11 ith afrvtr !Ire that was very "I h."> a lurid: in Cha-n- ---- -- ._ ---
painful. DeWiu't Witch Hair! Site! brrain'eCnurh! R.. ...1v f I live i
! ( .r n*
to taw tie fateful .riK. LOCAL T1MC CARD Oih.r InfercSEE .....
ecerzracy; r.r Co.r or
;i cared m< in !hew thin eek." Get the it th p-rf...1 rero- )t) chill.fiar<< -
1 bent.parent.. be I* ran in tie saddle coIn THE TICK : r AOE:". f.I ."
I Ign ture- sold by llri Cr-* rharm-y, lan-l. U ftf'jfti in v\fTf" .:u;h r.f nip
! : :rnOOft t'a di wtrk roupenial ta his f TitwtiUe; Eaa Gallie Pturmary, tonG andita!.a>i cire Lm l''W 4 rt.,icf"
t112thir.(3 _;l. I1on er oo.J: are jko. Fur ear by Est: ,t Cites 1'furtnacy. I J. DI'.AHHE.I\. C.n'L Teas Agu 5T UCU T1NC. FLA




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{ ail plants, tad wbea the fonas

r Y JCIdDe1 troab preys tspau th.nmd. dI hare 7abandance of water growth isQuickened Taught to Revere. Their Ruler. ,

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Lt> plants to* THE CZAS GOB'S 9IOEGEBE3T.nehellloa
i. ; DPWrbeutbehld. a moist climate because they

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i .; or AtI-ased,. la the region of the laboratory there
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..t ij : 1'o has are two seasons of rala-the rammer ..
Wiz'\ .. .. G4 ,
_1M so .prevalent .ApI. 4 win P.Yteraalf t t.
0 i ''- that ft is not uncommon and the winter. It Sa In response to thhasumma PaalabM. .A...rAUc t* The Bind Too Have Always Bought and which has fceeniu -
rains when the
temperature is
): for a child to be bore. high that vegetable : is tike Roaafaa Crff4-hnlre (. tk. Mao for over 30 years has borne the Fignatnre of
'afflicted activity greater.
ft. with weak kidMys.
1i! f., too often. U the- a wonderful growth of plants both annuals ptory. Mnalltlp'n-Ulon since W4 IntU..i:. _

''fi : ,Brine scalds the flesh or U. when tae child and perennials, and presents the Allow no one to deceive you lu H:L;. j

'. reaches aa age .whea it ahould be able to appearance of spring in more moist The Rev J. Stewart Smith, pastor of Counterfeits- Imitations and .ta
i\ eontrpl bed-wettters the ft is yetaffiied'with climate The flowers, many of them St. Mary" Episcopal church Kansas Experiments that trifle with and eudancer the hettltli of ; f

t 1lt. the difficulty depend Is kidney upon trouble It. the cause of are large. striking and of great beauty. city, Mo. baa a copy of the catechism Infants and ,Children-Experience against EipciLt. t "I

.,; :step 'ahould be towards the ,treatment and the first of In many places they grow In such taught In all the schools of Russia and F

!ffP i L- ,these Important ksant masse that they can be seen for thirty Poland and after reading what the -

:1.J. trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the mite from elevations, this being particularly czar's subject learn as children their What is CASTORIA .

Ji.. kidneys and bladder and not to a .habit as true of the Mariposa Illy and temerity In belling against Nicholas .oil:

,J& most people suppose. California poppy. After the rains have be the better understood says the CnMtnria Is n harmless substitute fur Cantor Oil, !*aiv .s
Women as wen as men are made mis passed the vegetation dies wlth'ID -
with Kansas City Times. According to this porlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is ricasuul. Itcontains .
_Hare and bladder trouble a few dal1. 'the leaves of of
many '
1'> = need the same f eat remedy. the shrubs and creed not only are they resisting tbe neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcottosubstance.
perennials > and
.. The mild and the immediate effect of fall dry up bead of the Russian government but Its age U its guarantee. It dctroj!' : i'
off and the the
_, Swamp.Root Is soon realized. It is sold typical desert condition.countrypreaenta they are taking up arms against therepresentative null allays Feveri>hue.v<. It cures DLarrlui-u xiul \> hid _.

.by drug ists. in fifty- The study of plants is carried on of God on earth for Colic. It relieves Teething: Troubles, cures Constipation ..
.: r cent and one dollar which they shall suffer dire and eternal ..
while and Flatnleucy. It assimilates the Foot: regulates tho
siitt. You may have a. .they are in their natural conditions pnnlshment !

{ sample bottle by 'mail out of doors and the climate permits Father Smith secured the copy of the Stomach stud Bowels, giving healthy and natural felceiwllie

-i free, also pamphlet tell- ?...,tt... rm..a. tbU study to be continued all the catechism from a Polish priest who Children's ruuacea-TLo 3luthvrs i-Tiend.
log all about it, includinf many of the year round.' The desert plants in their
had from Siberia and Father
thousands of testimonial letters received outdoor conditions are to be compared escaped .
; f- "
"" from sufferers cured. In writing Dr.Kilmer with seedlings to be grOwn under Smith was enjoined to the strictest secrecy CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS ;

;*- & Co., BlnchamtoD, N. Y., ba sure and known condition in a greenhouse now as to the source of bit information

: mention this.paper.DESERT in course of construction at the labora the priest fearing the vengeanceof Bears the Signature cf
t. the Russian government upon hIIrelatlT'fS
_. tory.
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in Poland.

PLANT LIFE. That Ticking IB the Throat. The first question in the catechismasks I

One minute in what light the authority of the
after taking One Minute '
Cough Cure that tickling in the throat is cur Is to be considered with referenceto

gone. It acts in the throat-not the the spirit of Christianity. The answer ,

Laboratory Near Tucson, Ariz., stomach. Itarmkae-gnat for children. Is as follows:

For of A. L Spofford. postmaster at Chester, As proceeding direct from Cod. The KM You HaYe
Study Flora. Mich., says from: "Our strangulation little girl during wan unconscious a The second question and answer, Always Bought e ,

sudden and terrible attack of which fear upon the first are:

EE8DLT3 OF ,FIRST YEAE'S WOBZ.ImaMloB Three doses of One Minute bush cnmp.Curt how is this proved by the nAture of In Use For Over 30 Years.wCceevWaee.q.e.e .

half an boar apart speedily cnred her. I thlnp! ? t
uwsesitAYL' rN
It la the wilt of God that men live In .. .
cannot One
praise Gmgh Cure society hence the various relations that .-'- -::- "!': .::. _-.,, ; : s
roe mu'-I for what it has done in fam
self Record* .I nlr.- constitute society which for Iu better ae-
SB*.t. l'aeil for bter.UU( the. ily." It always gives rlief.ld by RlCroi raritjr U divided Into part called nations.
Isfem. Pharmacy, Titupville; Ean: Gailje The government of theM Is intrust to a -- -- -'.--..._, ,. ._.- --- --- ._- -- .-._. .' -_ 4
Tarion Pbasea of the Activities of loAn Gall In other .
Pharmacy, e. prince. king or emperor; or.
Y Desert PU.t.-\Vk.N the Desert U word, to a supreme nii". We .ee then. HODGES & O'HARA :
that as man exi t* In conformity to the "
Gardeu of Flower
will of God society emanates from the
dhtne will, and more <*pectall? the supreme
Dr. W A. Cannon' formerly in the British MtllloBSilr Railway Tr.U power and authority of our lord DEALERS IX AM MAXCKACTUREKS OF

laboratory of theew York botanical For Passion Arommt Deeaat.r.. ant matter, the ctar.

t gardens and now resident investigator When Andrew Carnegie was a guestat The framers of the catechism seem to YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER.

ia charge of the Desert_ laboratory, near a "steel" dinner not long ago miniature bare bad in mind the prevention of '

Tucson. Aril., was In New York re crucibles and Implements used in some such uprising as that now In Pruit and Vogotublo'Orntoe.FAtimates .

cently. He described tbe first year's engineering works were utilized duringthe progress in St. Petersburg when they furnished for complete Bills of Lumber to be drlivr rrd at any point on East C Mt.

a' service of the meal both as practical wrote these pa *aies for the youth of .. ... .. .
work of the laboratory which was established - -----
( aids and as appropriate orna- the nation to learn:
.t: In 1903 to carryon special researches
ments. irreverence and infldelfly to John B. Stetson UniversityDE
upon the life history and England has added a new feature to the emperor to be coaaidered In referenceto

of desert plants says' tbe Cod
physiology odd dinners which surpasses anything
Aa the most heinous sin, the moat LAND FLA
New York Post done In America says the London Kx frightful crlrolr-aJity .

'' The alte Is on tbe north shoulder of press. An English firm has built a hoes rellRon. then forbid Uti to rebel Affiliated With The University of Chicago

Table mountain about DUO feet abovethe small train specially for a millionaire, and overthrow the government of the em
to take; around decanters and cigars I p.rorT COLLI UJ: UL' UKKKAL A T-The standsnitarthuaeof thr t'oIH"'lt.r Chicago.Mrt ,
the Mle of they
town. This was We are Interdicted from doing ten at all
>ou'a graduate iweivp th 'degrees {mm both NU-Ui o mud Cfainutv-
after dinner. timer and under al ctrcumftaneea. I
prehistoric fortified town of Tucson i!I O I.LMiK OF I 1if/iraluateauf IbIS College are aduiitUni l-. JTA-.U. law io FV" .... .
The little engine, over which two
where the village Indians sheltered! and !I The nlljlluteuL t.r\'I'n't> expect "it bout naminalion G
a-4r doll in blue overalls preside is ,
A=' protected themselves from the raid of t of bis subjects by the czar it shown in CoLLECEOPTECIINnLOOSUeehanhsl 1': i 5tctrical Euqiuteringsad )finial

.:- the Apaches. The village Indians the of silver plated copper in the answer to a question! as whether Trainine l'oQlYJIlfatling degrees Fine new building! rnstly "ill IJlnrnt.
Papagoa are now widely scattered. miniature reproduction of a Great or not the service of the mirror Si (otLKiK OF Bl INK Western kwmotlre. The tender U | Elective pourw own in othrr" I}"'.srtnunta. IA'IC' Kruty! mud e U'j'II..I it
The flora of the laboratory tract Is obligatory. The answer : t
stacked with rail from the millionaires l'Kr.r.tKTOKY A'AUF.Mf-.1ra.iuat" tjrri.jiyj to liter 1I.nNt..1" l'rhH eIe. (1
1 very diverse, Including plauU which own coal mine. At-.Juttl fJO We vtiouM. If required, (\ini -ll. }Mu-higin it lto and fell tint tl UM* t ullrq.s.itS.IL ;
mountain and thorn confined sacrifice ours.lvea: tn comjiltanre with his .
} : grow on the When the millionaire louche a but will, fcoth tn Vlvtl and military capacity /) AMI l'n.tMU'K'IIUULl lindergsrtrn in iUvwnlHiildiof. Z. 1'ritaarj
to tbe mesa, or plain. Many of ton the train starts. It runs quIte and In whatever manner b. deems ex-: andNminarSchool In.pastebuilding. This School npdlly! prrlwrva i'dklii-'
these until recently were used by the ptiint ttacbrrs.Ml i
r. slowly round the track and when aguest j j
Indians and.Mexicans in the construe- picks up a decanter U* current The suppowd divine nature of the SIC 8'lItII"IIlil'JILI of j.ij* "'!;!iD. dozen I'tan..., .<}, ratr MiMllI" Urge faadty
thorough w-arw* stndv.
lieu of their houses. Among them are czar is emphasize! in the answer to a
U broken, and the train storm till he
of which ART "CIIUtH.--\w tudu>. r *tiy eat!, tn..hle i -tr.Srt '
the giant cactus the sides ribs and roofs of replaces It The total length of the question! cocKYrninir the "supernatural .un hw a fcnty! of 1H ...."n and irx>trurt were w.t'\l for the train which 1* driven by electricity, revealed motive for the worship of verity of("bi'AiO, Harvard. Yale. ltat1b. 'uth. (Viomliia. l'tll\.lt1 r.f lYt.nyrlvuni*, HrBMawr. ,
dwellings and the wotillo, which was !* more than five feet, and the track U the emitror. The answer to the question HurkDell. t'oivrnityof Mirbiiati. Ih-nn<..>n and trthrr 1'nitfrntkji. Tkrrr ar. vrr i
utilUei for the same purpose. Tbe constructed for a twenty font table. is; |::V IDII, )ou io tmiMinm and pjaipmriit. nearly *quarter millUm d creooote bush was uw,l for thatching. .. library of over 13,WW vuinmr, a Iwautlful chapel with curtly furnishings iMhl.lifljml1 _.
1 The "up rr..tural rviKl motive are I glass windows. Toil (>aintiog. a $IQtKAI(WI pipe IIrpl1. a CIIJnMioro with lIIpl\4'al'rat-c
It la probable that the village Indians! What are they! that the emperor Is the \I( jtr<'rt and i an f'n..I.1 thtif! field. mDoing trat k. t tuii .urh.. fiv-f..5i) duiuoin! and 'Mmoq, 1... 't
'raw obtatflnl their building; materials from minister cf <;",& to etecnto the divine i rtidr: Awimamngn golf, mwitsf and othrr !port. M'pAr.tC' 1/titldiny f..r men and ..u.iii; See i
the laboratory... Chamberlain's Stnmai-h sod I.iTerTabIrt. commands and consrquenily. dtsobedl- irge 1.1"n.t.ri.-., t'bt-u.I..trr, rbjr. .ic*, li* to A new remedy for rtgmsrh tr"n- erc to the emperor !. dl.obe.llence te' Urge tuu-wuru and hop!' rlwtiir Hglt:! rlatric !*l!Mrani: .heat ftorCt waJ\; .441
As it U the elm of the laboratory blo biliOllsn.a1! ; .. IIn.1 Gab himself that Got %tU rewardt .
lipatirtn. a .
wn Wadsbres.1 avtnn R[ ".nlpU- hnit>b<-ry and trees IK lal horary. 1U1I..1| _lad atfieratud
study the various phaiv* of the activities tr**J one. Price 20c. For Sile I l-y 1-1 In the oriel to rome t*.* the worship and 'nta' .lola. Ur Irrturr rooryTi "'""", ti&O and not *.'tAUiU, U-* ..olCTot .-".tk>8 fcs f
of down plants, Vo.ItI1I1I'wil1 reference Cross obedlenr we render the emperor and t..ltifol and braltbfol, and the rxi-rnw art low .
to the physical conditions to Pharmacy-..,. puntth us prvrrei) to all eternity ahoulj I Fur t'at&"J4 view,, (Mtn and IOr"nuatll.n. n-Mrrw the l'n""JfclI .
we Olnoi>f'Y and neglect to worchlp MIlLMor..o'f'r. I
t. which the plants are subjected, a careful Dtsrulllag of 0..4........ ...,.co... God commends u. to love and Lest-ms II rJfEA.; }I., Hi. It l eUmlf rl& i"
record is ling made of these conditions The famous pala v of I' *tt>mont in i obey from the Inmost re<-"' <'''. of the I II I|I -

fb's notes the changes ID ternperatnre Venice i. to tit" dismantled and much I hnart every authority tad raftlcuiarly, ;
*' the emperor, not: from worl-1'.y (oMI< e.n' I I!
} ralufall. relative humidity of the furnishincs anti bric-a-brac and dons, but from apprehension of the n..U
: J lUte of soil and air anti tbe brilliancy pictures are to l-e brought to the 1'nlted iudgmeat. SEAT3DARD :f.l

$ OT the natural light with their effect States says the New York Ttni-<<. The tins pars;apb of the catecbla:
For determining these lo!>iTt HaroU4 Inhabited!
:!. upon the plants I 1.'Qr'4" reads: "!F

$ various conditions the laboratory has palace and entertained nsoct lav- &'>ch l' the doctrine of the ch1r'tCOG- _f._T-_TlT_ .T1__TT; r.t__-T.i.-1L-T_ E .(
; especially! delicate and Ingwitou self ishtt. Mr Margin. has been In Iii firmed ty practice, aa to the worship if
u recording Instrument health far some tlce and Is In the and fidelity due to the otar.lpoteot em- --HlliSavannah I, t

; Although too short a time has flapped Adirondack *tl'nt\lnc the winter. Mrs. error cf Ktusia. the minister and vicegerent !
it t Got
1 x. to permit the drawing of swttpln"n c,>n- Saille H-irtoun KUiott. hU ,t jltrr. ii at t> Columbia. Southern Pines;, jr

duslons. Interesting! facts bare A(ken. S. ('.. with her children 'In 1 faneerfurr.I::
; : many
\: been learnwt by this study. Of the neither she nor Mr. George De Fjre :Mr. WV.. !'ra kett milh&.>U. Ill Richmond Washington Baltimore. 1

i. physical factors noted W' amount of nor Mn. Appleton! : care to live in tbe .rites: .j.l. 10th 1JK)1 I i'l tarn .

water presented to the plant Is the one Venetian palace. @;frnr g wrral yrsr N ith a ranrrr <.rs Philadelphia New York.

_._._ _."h ....
I which Inflwnoe its activity the most -- -- my emn. grrM anruyanrwand t
: of many .\ Toothing MOTJ mU-rtiMo itching I *.. 'l.o ing FU1
!* profoundly. Tile Mtoteiwe lard'n >no,. Unmsent for a ,,'rt' Int. amt TIIRKK: Klf. \ \T I'- l>\in
;L type of plants such as annuals U directly Is the train; from death ef the hs.v lI.ruolh an amdVnt, I rtjtfwl i>tnfi>{

r controlled by the rainfall and girl of (In*. A E"Tler. {Cumbrian!, M.J thiinintent on the C nor, an.i 14 it .awe SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED

::. the leaving Iud Cowering of many He mttp: ".U the a.'. cf 11 nntbs.. nl.. .:nj<"t instant rt ittf, 1 d.-cidd tnn'o.IinlOf' ,
i- shrubs are controlled by the MO far otir little! girl wu in dedi"i"t( health! it) n-r the linmwnt on th*> cancer. W

tof. On the other band, certain plants, with 1't"r1ou" thn,st tmnhJe and tan phvli Io a lK'rt time tsar i-am-cr can + rmt. my SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL {

: like the giant cactus .are apparently independent .)tune kr P"e were slam! in fal"t' f.ln1nt' and there i. neat H.t' aill.i-
of the annas! rains as they drtpair hen 'lire r,...ilve l to try I>r set s-ar left. I have impliC't I fiat.1 in the i-l
t In Klnl s :f" {)i."O\\" for Con u tptien, mrnte'4 thus pref arati,'n, atl it catsnotai MIIiP'\ !' \1\" t'ir'i'Sit'' i ;
;'; tore up water la Urge .juanUtiw lot'nirh and 'IoMe. Th fir t bottle sreiefaftrr err I t..) hilhly rrnmn"n.l..I" rs. ;..,..
tnjctare. It ba* been found I Ti.f' rtw :3.d f1'.rl..a.! I 1. tent .1 r +t. ,....l! tra.t .., !
T taftr own | ; taking f ur bottles! she 'llrUI ai,J $l In. For sUby 1J Cries l'lou, 'Ii .10 i\ + 'I! "IC. .ei, fr
known as the bUaaga ... l'ImAn!; I"P"'l Ii ',', r r"r .. ..
{ : that the cactus Nn-J' and i* nor in perfect h-'th n.scv. o r: e'l'l prr..n -" '-(4"111. talet'.ottE a a
:it, ,between 90 a0\11''. jw \'Ut wsterTb ;eTer Utl! to n-Iw-n- mcgh or cr4d. At n.n' ._ .._ .not 01-nthOn: .tterettrg t45.'i "t \'Ir.ta rSa 1. tllfif, %.v '
;: estimate Is ma.le that It would 1:e 1 Crow;50c and f 1 00 guarantee ;U'l"Fton CPTC11L t) 4iberety "LtTlu'otst '
i' take two years' atrrss rsJafall! to supply ,! TrAI tattle free \ is Tree that the 1IJl(1r' ul'J1a:1! ; :ucdaye ,
sired sill apply! to the irjjiutiirr- tlie
1 the apace covered by the roots Ute of FiorvU U it. regaltr sesiva tf \. U.lrt .
the plant with Mt dent water to equal for t&eksnaf of ape<-.*: &) fend Uv. ONLY LINE ;
f the amount stored cp In the plan Itelf. CASTORIAFe I tooTri that wctk of itol Jyiof oo U>e rtr
>r, : atnre. It Is expJa'.ced. bas pro- .!.4. J K.aa&a river aDo) Raaaa trees, fa t j..-nUl; P-a;iy Tbroa jh :OOt'f'f't"'F': rr1J t".nve ttj New Or ....
of fonts with land 9
the Ute a* fut..ens
rUsd that the plant shall absorb lafiaU izi children }bunted ha the Brtl by l tstrcho&e 9T

eooosh water la wet yean to carry It D. Kind Yea Haw has BClg'l '- bt'aar 6f rrfnae r..tTU:1. .n the For al! nbration and t1"1''j'i ''r rt's-r,aticnr call:! oc any tbeard SgKti or trite
'!- thiuogh dry a :assets. ea i (? the AtlaBUf Oremn. a"tth lj the tows to
pint of iVmtaiu. ""fi the Wt1lt l-y tie vast
It has beta found that the traaspiratioa A.O.3IaC DOSELL. S. C. bOYL' T 1N Jf.Aytt .
Besrri theS.auar. Aber. of &i646 r.trf sad la K; *iJ. a pcatl ,
{ or eraporattoa of water of some of 1q i t j for Ttoiiboa ef uhi ipceia1_ .\ t. Grtttral Pt.-u.r rU Jlf'J.!
of the plants Is wdocrf la .wont of N. S. Pzsvratha .
J to %lmost uothlaf pot wbeotr \ r.. Ju.. 13th. I>*i. I JACKSONVILLE. fL.\




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'_ ,;; f o ROYAL
>0., 3' lira l Especially regarding Fruit Growing,Trotting and 4

,"::> \\t o 1 :. m.Brtett General Firming* If at). suincnUi for be..._..
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? atTisslt..ttw Caul.ry Baking Powder
->",,- : '- PRICE 25 CEXTS PER ANNUM

3 fi?,. The freight office ii over hardened with1p ADDRESS.

:' .fceifbt' Saves HealthThe E. Y, BLACKMAN, Editor, MIAHI, FLORIDA. E

f Unl. & F. Travis is enjoying a visit .. ..
-- --'-' -" -- -
.' from; her aunt IlL E Footman,of Moo JAMES PEITCHABD,PrwMent W. U BSOWX, VkaPtMiA t
..'" ticdkx WINSTON S.BR1NSIXO.: Ouhier.

: Everybody Us thawed oat after the use of Royal Baking Powder is
freeze and conditions are not ao bad u INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.a{
essential the healthfulness
to of the
f ; tbey might be, but vegetation looks. sick #

,, W" ..t;:'] Tbe work on the roads U going on and family food. COUNTY :DI'OTZY.

iJ.J "' they are patting down rock bottom. It C piU ...._-ftOO.DOaOO
,' Paid op UpiUt...__..._ _| 23.000.00Aothoriwd
j U hoped they will get a good foundation Avcr
Yeast ferments the food. c) Dt-l'O'ita.h' .OOU UO
:t ( .iF Wit will be lasting.It TKANSACTS A

baa been trying bard to rain the put Alum baking powders are injurious. General Banking Business .

week, but at this writing tbe clouds have

s. abed! bat a trifle of tlwir "garnered fnlc Royal Baking Powder saves health. Largest and Oldest -

_" and.tbe ciaterna are yawning and Uauk on the Hirer. i

: calling to be replenished., Exchange Bought and Sold on All
oval.a.iro rowcc Ct'. NEW YORK. Foreign Ccunir t-t. -
[[ Mill Alice Hatter b occupying tbe poaition '
Patronage appreciated. Prompt service,
vacated Miss Hopeon in S. F.
by roUte trcameatandentry ra\.f owuisUotwiihponrT V
f Travis big store that of stenographer ,liveUnklnf jr ntJ.COBEE8PONDENT8 1 4
--- --- -- ---------- -- -- -'-
*- and bookkeeper. The young people are / ; x V '11
of Mra. Bettler returned
paralysis. on
t N.
Miss Uatt raiD Empire fbmpany Y.. Honda i
ciad to have among Sunday and her aunt, Mrs. Simmons, Bank A Tru t Companr.Jackw>avill ,na.TITUSVILLE. < I
them. A handicap lann-h race will be held at
went to>> Jensen on Monday. The last report -
Rockledge on February 22nd, at 3 p. m.
5 The Wise Guys' ehtb.+till fite another from Jensen is that Mrs. Schnyier is FLORIDA.'I
All boats will be handicapped by competent
,; of their delightful dances at Cocoa !
1' opera a trifle better. It is hoped she will continue -
and small will hate
judges boats
t Louse on St. Valentine's night, Feb. 14th. to improve.
as much chance as large ones. PENNEY & BRANNING
.The Titusville orchestra has been engaged I
to furnish the music which means a Rev. S. I). Day, of Sanford, held divine One hundred dollars in prizes given:

good time for every one. services at SL Marks on Sunday, Jan. 29. First, (50; second, f:25; third, $15; fourth f TITUSVILLE l'
His large audience was very much pleased f 10. Forward your entry as soon as possible ,
I Ur. and Mrs. A. o. Lapham are hearti with his sermon. Mrs. C. W. Harr-ton giving name of boat, length, beam,

ly rejoicing over the arrival of a ten pound entertained him while he was here. This horsepower and bet time for mile.
taby boy who came to take op his abode New llIck Fashionable ;1
was his first service in Gbcoa and he ex-, Send entries I1. A Share, ClothiersGents'
fI.t with them last wtek, and mother and son
I hotel Fla T.
pressed himself as much pleased with the ledge Kockledge, or Grotjjn
I: doing well were last reports. Congratu-
Ronald, Tutus, Fla. Entries free.
locality and people. lie was charmed by 1
UUoos extended. May they all live long (
the beauty of the scenery along the banks --
and Furnishers
__ and -
prosper of Indian river, as is everybody that vies Ht.LUOtKNt; ;:.
t Mr. Chas. W. Schoonruakerenteruined its this plaoe. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Whiting, of Melbourne
a few of his friends on !last Saturday Beach time in E- -
are spending some
}. tight and several hours mere pleasantlyI The Lailieu! Aid society will perfect our town. I t Thl' (!Jueen Quality Shoe for I ad It* U the fl

&wed by thoee fortunate enough to be their arrangements on Thursday,the 9th, tntrat ljIUh, and durable in the world. In
)Ir.01.. Dow took of his
a jolly party
; there. Dancing was the amusement pro For the bazaar, which is to be held on addition
friends for a picnic on the beach last we the ramous Edwin: Clapp IudCrosrtt
"i' \idedand the Victor made the mutic. Friday afternoon and evening of next '!
Wednesday.Capt. MlWs..UI high flaw good to 1*
The inclement! "'eatherj>revented many week, the 17th. They have a fine display VV
". I from attending. of beautiful and useful goods to dispose Il W. lWauj.
!] i "dean up" is the order of the day and ,I of, and cake, ice cream, Bandftichenand ripe pineapples for market from his Melbourne Stetson and Knox Hats.

+ coffee will be served. Everybody invited t Keach plantation.
t get tbe effects: of the freeze from sight u
both for the Urnc6t to come see. taste and buy. The Mr?. Harbour, Mrs. Sarah Uleamn and
.t I. quietly U possible and else that(
: .' of the eye and the mind, u well as the room next the Indian River Frmt Co'a Mrs. Friend, of }oIU tiallie, were pleasant Anything everything

l health of the The fruit room on Share's dock will be tastefully i visitors in Melbourne Tuesday.Mrs. .
I general people. men wear you can buy here.
Ji should be buried as noon U possible for decorated. L\da Noble, of I'AinesuHe, Ohio,

it will decay and soar and the country and Miss Rate Brechele, of Fort Wayne, .ill ORDERS SPECliLLT SOLICITED.
Mrs. Sarah M. Young, wife of Wm.
will be swarming with house flies if tIt Indiana, are guests of Miss Eaton.
Young, who has been ill for the part five
left long on the jtround.l' weeks died at 6:15 o'clock on Saturday Capt. Beanjrtin took a jolly party to }:fflXSJT'" SJ.IT.TTrJTI1rA ..

evening at her home in Rockledge. The Itackledgv in his launch last Tuesday. All

.f UOCKLKOOE. funeral service were held at the residence report a nut enj jjable trip and were delighted t1; SEESCUYLER
? Miss Cornelia Magruder is assisting on Sunday afternoon atI o'clock, with beautiful R ickledge.hart .

{; t Miss Kate Eyer in her curio store. r llev. W. E. Hall officiating. A large TUt'ilolayaptain Sam Martin 1 & WILSONABOUT

; Workmen have aJJed fifteen more feet concourse of friends congregated to pay bunched his handsome: new launch. Cat )

t-) the height of the smoke stack of Hotrl their last tribute of reelect: to one wl o Martin tins built a number u( nue boats, 1

Indian River.t had endeared herself to them by her loving but this is the best and largest of the

V The Vagabondia hoisted author and kindness and and g..ntleall.. The. FIRE and LIFEINSURANCE

sailed away to .f tunilht on Monday to remains were laid away in the Cocoa fleet.Mr.. Inn IVaojVan arrive from New
tV it L. cemetery just aa the sun went down.
meet omner, Mr. W. Mellen. York last week and will p|>end the winterwith

Mra. A. J. Foster and daughter, )1i4 Vrs Young leaves a husband and apihtrr (liie father, Mr. 1:. W. iVaujean, at
and brother in
Marion, sister and niece of Mr. John England. Melbourne Peach

Kendig, left for Philadelphia Tuesday. Ex Senator A. S. Mann, of Jackson The Chautauqua of the Tropic? will U- TITUSVILLE, : FLORIDAV

Capt. A. J. Canova is a visitor Rock- vile, talked to the people at The I'lau tin on the nth of February and I last un

T: 2edg this week, a guest of his brother-in- I last Friday evening, hut the audience til the 27lh. The mana.'\"imnt promisesthe r5J5IJ.iJ IIJ; :JIiJ-rw-s.1':1.r J

law, )Ir. Oeo. tiingnue. His old llockt wan made up of the guests of the hotel, tintttro raiu that' r bttntfiten ..

. \liR friends! are ,lad to se* him. the weather being so threatening that it in MelUmrne. J. E WALKKK. U H MACK

). ; }fr.and Mrs. Geo. Gingrus anJ family kept the people at home. He advocated I The cold mate did some dama,?* herr, JOHN R. WALKER & CO.,
the fur ruls and'
spent a few d,)S fcl Palm IVach: recently county Donding good I but nut near 1'1) much ., we th ulJ.t. Today

,' with Mr. (iingr&!! sister, Mrs A. J. Ca- cited many localities where money had there can 1* found on the tee in Titusville, Fla.,
been raided by bonding and oilier iw I
e nova, and family, taking in the motor. Mcllourue Uth trrallt"ofmit| and oranea
I trust races. and the great benefits accruing therefrom, > and there al tine .
are *) *rme tangirrn'.orange

4ky Mr. Kby: and fatuity and Mr. Vrille etc.The advance The senator of the has value t kt of none pro of( rtY'1 j. on the W T Wells jUceVe don't ..N: DRY GOODS

t bate rented a part of the Mtnukr rr i- | tia\e to go ont o( tarn t-> find jr""J fund ,
!rift ortab"/ in the years that are pa+wd 1 I'
lence and their automobile comes btwllug fruit to eat. Many of our beautiful plants
since ye scribe 6r>t knew him and he presented ,r
+ op the avenue at a great rate, much I; and hrub are not killed and the fruit
forcible favor of1 I V
a argument in
to the duo>wl tare of the horsw.Mrs. trees hurt but tittle and i-ruijiiw a !g'"JlJd CLOTHING
good rr ads. We aced only to cite the V !
i crc>(i the conunui !ueaintLAger's i
C J. GpjKJn and dia,htrr?, Mrs. benefit that hare annul to till coin ,i ___ ,
i Tell and Mrs. IVnnett and Mrs. Frank mnnity since the short strip of roil In* :

Kingman delightfully entertained the teen made along: the riser front from GENTS' FURNISHINGS
Palmetto club Tuesday. The club marts Sharps to IV>naventure and the netwity ,

dL with Mrs. iUtleno'eKi next Tuesday. of its beit.g a gnoi road. The Good 1

Hole Indian UiT Road ici&tion of xkled/e is doing a ] SHOES
The +r onh *tra is i I V
attracting considerable attention anlu good work now and the county should I ,
take the in hand. I
matter Drevard w
said CUWIM of the
ts the hotel is very true i I
.: foremost in many rp* -"najoutof &t. ODe exprwiffjit. I Doctors first prescribed
The *ertireis all l that could be de- in the matter of gnnj roads.A I Aycr's Cherry Pectoral over MILLINERY

r, bin"' letter paard through the l:.xklnisfpoeto CO years ago. They use it ,

The grounds. of the groves are coieml :ce this week bearing this inscrip i I today more than ever. They

J 4V with tW tears and fruit that have drop-

4: tied u the result of the fnz. Every tion.To Klonli.the Lad of Hovrn, : CherryPectoral FURNITURE.

little while one hears the thud of a droppicg With .arias fru tad rOjrr

oracge. They will all soon be off Tlr e take Utu letter to .
: --- -.- .----
t The office E '
-ft' at :kkdre. -
-f tbe Urea. The trees were not bun. -- .

Another year sill sx a full crop. To H. L. Ilkzaioottd me rely upon it for colds, coughs, We want your patronage.Our .
nil missive from oU cam, : bronchitis consumption.
m' Mrs R \' Douglas, tnwred a telegram That he mal ni and smile They a.ill tell you how it aim is to pleaao YOU.
rvce&tiy saying that her mother Te kC bMw w*get oa..New i I 1

;c I. dying at her home in Georgia. )Irs.ttl lyre &xk*!p BouL- I! heals't tat inflamed a **rr ... matt lungs.tar Ur*. tanTint New, Up-to-Date Gooda in every
Hbogtat was unable W go to her mother I tn.. a,.,'.tt.rrr r,sat.tau. .
lit smiled.Ar'wt t dveyedi Line.
M her own health u well as home duties .l.-
:: i Jin, fijttl $TDI tibttM frcir. La'i
Invented her goto*. Mr*. DoogiaM Lathe .T.. RNU- asset >6< t:.*. i TIB Mail orders receive prompt and
enat'. ., ,,,.- ,....
1 sympathy of the OJmWlul1tl in her And hnd by a bid coc, L? r. for careful attention. t
r\- Ballard's Horehoond Syrup, it will srcarenw Old
' -- t Mrs.J.E.BrUler .ascalrdto Jensen I Coughs
: sound and
: iWp rffrct a prompt and
_ j oo Friday lad week u the beenaide of radical care. 25e, &>=. and f l.CM bottle I JOHh WALKER & CO. Titosville Fla.

: : be mother, who baa had another stroke ,at Red Ooas Pharmacy I a Ono natural Ayers Pal action at bedtime neat morning insures ? ,

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