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 17, 1905


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


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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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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:
002071719 ( ALEPH )
34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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


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,r.7"fti; "' :-lf1!-3t.\;\.'" ,;-r UJm" 'lIS" .lIIIl, I.COTJHT The February COTTTIT,teen PBOCDonr08.of coonty court is in C CURRENI lOCllllCOlI&S.-& SPECIAL CLEARANCE,KUNE'S. SAL AT'|i i HilS Of iC I A l! 6 GO 8slP. i.

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yallsss, Dyll.t R.tuew.l arid .doIt *f WtuU Ie obla Oa I- **wu ta. Pe.wat .... K
ap for trial to tome time. The following
,.'''' ':'' tire... ass AW.I TttwavlIU.Miw Ladies' undressed kid three strapped iundale f'tN'U'Q" la Brief. a J.
-' aces were dbpoetd of up to yesterday in gray and tan latest style toe j j
"if.'f 1'b 1aeI&-ortm of, Ckke, Bread afUroooa: Helm Miller,of Cocoa visited her and bed, at a special price of $149, all j. Oyster in every style and quantity at N

5sod Ptee ai F.. E. 0. Grocery The following fiahermea pleaded guilty friend Miss Grkard at the Indian River sin; **. ,I F. 1-:.. C. Grocery: ,
Z f Bet. -f Hilledg, 'Walker preached two to fisblog la the water of Indian river hotel the latter part of tut week. I t'epperellmill.30 9 4 sheeting, onbkached in- Mr. J. T. Knox, who ha bv.o on a ._ ;
special cents yard same
per ,
,. .vgrj.Interesting ermon_ s t St. Gabriel. with drag nets or haul seine, and were Mr>, W. M. Brown and Master Mark bleaeiwd, :22 cent visit with fr parents, left Monday for '

lk't. ,' _cbarch on Sunday_tact.k i each fined ISO and cotto, or sis month at frown left Saturday for Miami, where i White India linen lawn, yard wide, her home In New Smyrna': -
Owing' to m.Hloo Tag Ever ,force bard labor in the county jail: August Larsen U1e1.UhpenJ 4 few weeks with Mr. extra line quality worth 35 rents, special Mi,. Lena Mendel spending most fit
25 cent, atsa a lot of about 200 yard, 3:
.toe*. correspondence.U necessarily de- Tom Thompeoit, Albert Benson, Brown. iwhtts wide, worth 15 ctrou, for only 10ants the week with her brother, Mt. J. P.

wind until next week. xmnie Ol ent Peter Lent, 0car Jergin* Citrus stotk grown on high pine land. per yardBeautiful Mendel. and family, in Daytona.

: Dr. A. A. Stewart who bu been quite ton and one by the name of Edmnndaon.Vo Indian River Xureeriee, established 1833, quality of brown brilliantine, }lr. Carruthers moved his tonsorial 1T
M inches wide, my sutish for skirts or :
PP? 'tHJoosiy ill for several days is much lot end fur catalogue, Toledo and Wet shirt wait wiiU I worth 75 cents, Monday stand this week to the baUdingst the

pored, we are glad to state State ,.. Faro Butter,colored, wu found Palm Beach.! only 59 cents west end of Duren's rural tusrkel.A .
V guilty of stealing a pair of pants and other We will also plat eaU few !
on a plt'rt.'eof
Call bells, cracker jars and an esqataUt We have the, finest line of toilet soap party of 21 ruder the iuana-vti>ent j
article' valued at 15. Fined II'.kl and black mohair brilliantine, 44 inches
line of soavenir goods of all description costs, or three months. No roanaeL ever offered on the east! coast. Prices wide, the right price for this quality of the Jlelldri hon tours was registered t

have Just been received at the Red CrossPharmacy. State W. range from 10 rents up to as high as $1.00 would bo $1 25 per yard, Monday only, yesterday at the Indian River hotel.A "
vs. Bradly, colored foam
per rake Red Cross Pharmacy. 63 tents fine ten-pound Arrived the
guilty stealing $5. Fined $15 and costa, White brilliantine with white silk poi- .
f The Seohle doable hoax, occupied by or three roooths. W. I. Metcalf, counsel The weekly dance at the opera house ka dots, 44 inches wt', very stylish for residence of )Ir. G. A. Frost Tuesday ,

,Mr. Halle and Mr. Denham and famili, for defendant gave notice of appeal. next week will be held Tuesday evening. shirt waists and shirt wait salts, worth hit valentine and ho U indeed proud ofhim }

(U being repainted, adding much to the State vs. Joe Gore, charged with steaL' Manager W. S. Branning extends a cordial $150 Navy a jard blue, special mohair 93 cents bnlliintire 44 W o. _

r appearance thereof. lug one saddle tree, the property!J. M. invitation to all-to attend. inche wide, very tttvhsh for skirts, worth Mr. B. W. Jerome Mi yesterday afternoon t;

l{ For the medicine chest or sideboard; Morgan. Verdict of not guilty. Goo, M. Mr. Chaa. L Fildea will deliver his interesting $1.50 per yard, for 98 cnu. with l.i.I.1K'llulK'h..iththeMw .f

:i I, W, preeminently tobbins defended. lecture entitled "The Florida Eumine, in navy blue or blS<'k,46 Hftfebromk motor just iiuiaJied therein '
inches wide this material .
s the family whiskey-none" better. Sold State vs. ,Will Davs, colored, charged Politician" at theTitusville Opera House former, price $2.50, speual 49.lftClntIUili. per for West i-alui Brach i

by R. L Uotlow and F A. IAeley.'f. with taking timber, the property of John next Wednesday evening J Feb. and, >art Mrs Judd, who left here a few weeks ,

Beautiful selections i leather goods %'&00. Case continued to next term of Admission SO cent White crepe de Paris 40 inches wide ago for Palm Brach, returned hwturday ,:

N and burnt wood work have JUlt been received county court F. J. Webb defended. Scobie'* fishing fleet, consisting of his $won l 2->h ir$! 00 yard.ivr'yard, at a ivial. : price of and 14 again rt"j-pii g with her roUr,

t- at the Red Cross Pharmacy. Anti State va, Roger, pleaded not guiltyto launch and eight nailltoau, left during the Black: nun's veiling 44 inches wide, Dr. E rLKollins and wife. .j

Jospedion U all that is asked. Yoq will stealing a ring. The jury were instruct norther of Tuesday morning for Stuart, the kind you always iyry $1 75 per yard Ked Crow Pharmacy has just mived "

be sure to purchase these novelties.fihipmenUof lid to bring in a verdict of riot guilty. on f;,. Luck river the entire outfit of epw'ul price 11.00.I.utinl' a new invoice of hand mirror, hainlsouwiMiuvemr
i &
nightgowns, madn of good quality
new 1905 model Barnes M. 8. Jones, Jr., vs. W. L Kiefcr. Tin boats, ret, etc., having ten puirchaatidby nf naiuaiok. in en,llei. variety of good. handkerchief and glrvboxes. .

; bicycles made by Pope Manufacturing suit was for the balance of$;.53 64 due Mr. Mr. Ricou, of Gtlingville for his fish ttl>k.n, sere $L 50, at a special price of 1Wcents I Beauuful lines of flout l
[ones. The jury brought in a verdict! for business.Mr .
company, Iud received by the. Indian 11..rcr'z d in black and white OH at TiliMville Uvery, at rear of rt
j plaintiff, 31. 8. June, Jr., for $38 64 D.'t'ns.
River Music! House. These op-to-dat I. Gaalden and Mra Chenault and a party of checks, could hardly he told from silk, Rabbins' law olncv, for stylish rig* :
counsel for plaintiff J, E.
wbetl will be so'd! for $: .OO. Best.. friends from Kentucky, eight in all, arrived make hamlmme shirt waist suits, 32: Leave your orders for hauling, tutb double -
Marshall and F. J. Webb for Kiefer. I) ,
Monday and are occupying the I'hrllidt', worth V cenU a yard at a and !
equipment throughout. bingle. J. M. O ban, proprietor #
ft'nd&nC'OUI18t'1' moved for trial. of 15 1
a new house the owned by Mr. Ko!> Special price crnls
Tuesday_being Bt. Valentine' day they State vs. J. W. Uallantine and one bins. upon The point of this Embroideries and laces at almost one- Mr. M. h, Jones, Jr., of Quay, has Un

but hour of the public school session for Doughty charged with hunting without greater part game jr half their nlWlaraloe.. in town this work attending the county
ty spent last winter here and we an.qc1ad Allover 'lace in while and
cream, ecru
r that day was allowed the pupil for die license. Mr. Robbins who appeared court, in huh be won hits suit, as sit I
they liked It so well as to come again. arabian, at an unusually low price.!.
I' tribotiog valentine among themselves for defendant, pleaded guilty and they Turkish towels, yard long .god quality forth in court pl"OlWdinCI in another !

i and the teachers and many handsome were fined $.5 and costs. This case will Mr. and Mrs. Morgan 8. Manning, of at 12J) cents each. "UIDU.
the pleasant and villas ol Good of feather
ones were 1'e0led be taken up to the circuit court, the defendant prosperous quality heavy ticking, The predicted frieze for Tuesday night
Chemung, Chemung county, :\. Y., and usually sells for 20 cents per yard Mon-
Mr. Wra. I>. Mosaenden and daughter, claiming they are residents, and dav's { 'ciai, 15 "nt. luckily missed thin section bring held off
their friend Mr.( and Mrs. William
i'f, L R. H. Baxter, of Bath! Maine, who therefore exempt from paying the licence.WINTEKHAOENHOQUE. ice wool ehkwU, in black or white, by a low from the gulf cream, the leUI-

i bare been on a shert visit to Mr. George Swam, of the same place, are in our city Jlt'Cial19 cenU.Chatelaine |heraturr Ding close to. the front line yew
left afternoon > for a short tarry. Meters. Manning and flu 8, in all colon, the well
M. Bobbins and family, Monday U-rd.'y morning.
:, Swain are largely engaged in farming and known lion Brand 10 cents a ftkein.
on their return home. Mr. Rob- Mr. W. T WinlerhaKt'D and Mice Mary the culture of tobacco in the Ch Mail orders promptly filled on any of Mr J. Kline left Tuesday for Sn Yorkto
I bin and Mr. Mu&enden returned Sunday llogue were quietly mrried on Tuesday section the above good wct! his Mtiuiiier stuck of fuoJi. liewill
lit which
pursuit they
afternoon from spending a few days at afternoon at the residence of Judge A. D. Jrms HUM, make ia hate ben very suox-wful.! Both of these TiUwviile, Fla. pasts
1 'Palm Beach and Maaml.f Penney; who performed the ceremony in cut stock will be ...ld.I no.llktion
gentlemen speak in the highest! terms of -- -- -- --- -- |great :
The sad new reached here Wednesday the presence of a few of the friends of the and HOW'S YOUR TEETH. lit make room fur tlc new guud
our illy. They theirs are most -
t of the Bidden death of Mrs. D. N. Cone contracting parties. The best wishes of ; lwl1.lJ. I>r. Miller at the Indian Liver hotel, A tine new Farund pine| tone organ $

% 'at her home in Benton on Tuesday. Mrs the friends of this young couple go with U doing his beet to fix alt the bad teeth has tarn ordered for M. aLriela Epi..u-

I, COM was well known here, having epentcome them in their new venture. Mr. Winter- Capli.. Penny, of Banana river in the country. He never was more par churcn and will tm arrive. )Ir.
hold writes in regard lathe freeze as follow: bury 1 e '|>le are plating their teeth cnuipletelv
time with, her daughter Mrs. AmyA hagen a responsible position with
F .\ Morgan has been the
Tune enough hueai! w i Monroe, of this place, and during her the Florida Extract Works. tell how much we were hurt by the (recz'. ta held rt-fjODcible for their welfare. U'. in this affair and will be he orgauUt. 4 f

i visit* here made many friends who will We lure about 75 per cent of our fruit, the best way to gel good results
be sou moved u> hear of her sudden de- .apldn5'wurattwp! LuI pus UOi/f'! :{ but orange and grapefruit trees are unhurt Miss Marguerite Waforbouw, of I'rovi-

l miae. j Mr*. Monroe chanced: to be on a Orders taken for Wall Paper, any price tree not even hwingtheir (leaver BENEFIT ENTERTAINMENT. drtK-r. I.1 who ha Un on a w,wk'. t

i' you want or quantity. Guavas and tuangnes Litle-1 to the ground visa t.t'r"ith for friend, Mr*. Louis .\.
visit to IIIT mother at the time of her New Ginghams, Mercerized Madras and bran ,>f coortsr, all killt l, Uit fe- The entertainment given by kcal talent ,
Brady her
j brother
rr' death. Kockers and Chairs arrivinghxlay, planted. Theraioiueter went as low as at the Dicta house Friday evening fur (beUjietit on lurfclay't
Xiro- large assortment Pillow tot*, cords. 26 degrees with me, others report as lowa of the Progressive: Culture club. 'nitwit tram for a trip to down river
The twin screw pleasure yacht, FURNITURE, PRY GOODS. SHOES 21 degrees Outlook is good I for a 1'10\1! p<>ii.ti. aod on to Nassau.

dha, of New York, arrived here the latter Chas. A. Gardner, Titimille, Florida crop next K-Jttun, to it it not !*> bad as i it wuapmitouncetl hucxrren every reIa l
The musical i "aof t.ib ('a.-. 10. Mrs .1). Nelson, of South Ti-
been uuht part a
r part of last week after having df.IIYf. ---- -- -- ----- ; ord..r.1
OAK III LL much talent the tn",ille, rntertaine a boat of their fnei.d
canal about thee weeks showing on part of the <
ed at the and Mrs. l?uia A. Brady entertained i
f. on account of low water The hull w of Mr. C. B. Fut<<:h, of Hawks Park gjU a number of their friends at a progressive j performers anti well dt+erved the ( rat e I at Valei.tuie, party Lut bi/ht, at whkh

123 feet long 22 tat beam, draws Sunday with his daughter Mrs P. II"arker. >. whirl part on Monday evening and hearty apitlaunwhich each lIul1Ii..rnt"1",1. rank and omsu' were ..1Ii'lon.1 fttturrV *.

in honor of their friend and inert, MiWatertiou !ll! To be \ regret very much that cira u..HQc -
and is handsomely l loarli'ularikIIwld u@<-
1 about SJ f"*t of water, >e, of I'nn i.kot''ne tableeswere

; fitted out with tutewoms, Mton electric Oak Hill now boa>ts of an automobile, kept ruing: with lively) interest. until! I ktll in this instance forrath and every lr'\t' our t't'lnll.n' 'lil.
abml 1l1)loci. when lie r.umt"r on the was *) wrlirrndrn l4rukrowiwtteveotpt of .
r light plant etc., the motive power being the properly of Mr. R>bTt {Crunfiird rNew > acmewere programme an innu-
double\ cuuntcJand |.rue up
t two )Murray Tregurttu cylinpermotors York, who is stopping at Mr H. -s;. Mor. n air! Mr E N. Ualtle u turel I exrerd I ItVf iitvnuuj rm-4j4V etenir,g. IttttMjh
?; of 25 b. p, each which havely Jet Barker's. tie first prizes, while the cures>Ution | in UHfew words: It.a avery 1 !! the c iun+'\.) of our fikiMi, MrV.. A.

.- fated to rwpood. Mr. Waldo Clement, prizes were drawn" for hv :Me of Sew York city one of the owners, arrived Mrs( Orneliu rU,pelre who.w at thegtut and P =N.>nde vaard and Mrs Adhetnar grist f'Urrri hit e>> nun h Qjuswat UU>nl J4
t- afternoon the other (,1 Mrs M, .:. :S. iMirnuw the fir -t Brady, and )1t'N'rlL Wm Prm-lie an>i F.B 1.M to be found ill a town of tbs i ii sir,. f kind renentbaaae.ON _

here Monday week in Feruary, i it ihivtona andwill Uatr. )Ir.. J, .lt'riunl and MrPrmd i i iklwevn the i4al -
of mlb |part alMitt.lar; .
the i
said be Mr, Child one
U to ,
; the
is owner e drawing" winning card, thus A TOUR OF
go on to raliiiaUur! in the t ... .
;. leading officials of the Ontario Western ,*rrting .S the** prite IVIickms rrrt"hnlt'ltlO J j wl.irh o.rullt'te-1 the putntumr, tao Hlt I
a8IU. "t'tt'ntoJ after which Mrs I
tb. '': railroad. --. .-- Mr. Chax Holden who ties been hay- l'nn.tlt' favored tt.e o>ui-aav with a fine i l orctt l1&, ousrrtirgof f'.JI r0"-.wkilt t, tat tWtb, HIm U II(, Kilw, .u..rr..y
CHURCH NOTES. lug th.. Hiltharch tot'lttluo on the piano in-1 Mr.. Rolhir.slave irrsrrai; hn i W, V. rI4'e lie.urer ... ,
'f evening servic in Oak one of r.i>r UJ'tlal iZ'At rveitaeii.n. were much enjoyed by the & ..J, n\'t'. uiembi'rw of the herd II' t' r4it.

.R ?. W. F. Allen, of Tittwville, will for the pl ink, left for Jack. Then (1.0.1, wereaaid and the 2U...taJeparctd The farce fDt.lird. ".\ Puked up 1110- : ..- intrust Ju. ro\e-u.t"I.t: iuud late ii

Breach atItUA next Sunday, Feb. 19th, soniUla! t Saturday and wilt go (rum all fct-nttf that they ltd tyros I nor," partied to U" a veer bright 1&JI.a.i i:I is R.s.. G.. etatr ct'\'Ui.It. 1I"u Ufor >_ Jepnrntrs t

l: Both morning and evtnwgat the usual there to the Bahauu.Mr Ii I".i"tt dtUjhlfol evtnirg I IDe; tile! anan, rxtriit, and the it".a.J.f'c i'i ...tUn..... rniergnvrnars ttt: trove WMI.I'It1J..1 now *maid pecrel;

; '. hoar for worship All are invited w attend Arlelt! Mrtrrisun.of alnn,,, |.ru, Mr. sod Mrs John Tbonii-. ,, a r) M r c"",. f. )11_, ;risers. plan i"W,

y the aerrkYa.p" who hu MU veiling her cou
#leerioeaatthelitunUfelta14istchurch and Mrs F. W. Hatch, kft for Laa Gillie .- lU\i>l"">nantl till famo coot l Brady and Mr K X. Wauit, arl Mr. i 1 irmt I! of the F (' L i' A T 0"11"1.
td arJ.4,, arcterux tUlkI'C1 c.rn.t-J a party that truvr-i at tble"alur'
t. third and fourth ..Nii.dav, Feb. 19th Wednesday wtli be the on attheo ta.ecfirr >atanUy tvintr ?, y oo a tMr d>i* n the 5'1o.d \ r r
It. and 26th, at 11 a. m led 7 p. m. nday Mr and Mr. E. F. Hau4i. Feb i'wh! U' new "Oid Farmer Hop t 'Jwo.ti-1. !! fur the xjrpcwe of ir I.'CIII'iC tie .;
All kins" will te i .\ tiirxv followed ami was [ rtici( school Sunday at 10 a. tu. are Mr. F. Ixihtuan former 1.1'\-1'I'r.k! : >t in a fu'iW. 'II 'liY'
resident of
-<' every a oi&aner a* a .n'JI.a..t vtviiic outci irarnv 1 in bv grate tiiOiUr' Mu-u '.r the ''; of ti.14 D O4 Tioty w ... It. .. Uoe iustk
t cordially invited u>lh e scrvirt-* Ki.lor. but now of H. Lout, was in con d.6'.u (urnJ -ti"Ai the !u i ail ,
) ad4(>l<*\C! t<. any .U.-e .Ullueh by ;un orttir.ra route u. any to ifacavoe bay Tt.
{: QeptrageiniaSuntlar. Frb 19th, sr- Mr. and U .u eicelk-r.i I dietmuiet.H1
: and )11'1. Lot.nun and the' eij,rif 1nn1r..1 by tl.i orar..U- arty bee just tv.-.s
(( :- tkrtMHAndrews '\ Fort IVrt, i Mach rrrd.l It' due to Ms*. I>a it* grit, a visit to tote tvrrrlr ks
ledtMil + "t.leb
two children hire brtn at Mr. A. B.Wilkinson' lK n. oxur riio<; "I'nl.- i is r.,11 rt'tlo.ftd
'liuny and holy CMuUhunum with wrwootl0 1< that <.f i!>e .Miiarj 'Omr'llll. 11'1.t Mr. f A. M'iryaa, the a> tto' ',tar a wrtk'r slur. for toe parpi 01
t.i-. -.: 0a.u.; e'r u>g praver and st-r t..r. few weeks.Mr. the pukes are iiirJ altlllD the rich of riure EtA tl.c fcucrs8 wl the entire adur.Tte iaatritintbeurtlvea i and upte Gf -

.....-0;. mot 7 p. m. On Friuay, Feb. 24th. sod }lfI. C. \. WillrU and fl't every of.e.. A .'rosdr.l t..IIG' win t. 11 ereatit net prucerU fir the fvenicjf acre t loads av writ that a ....Utt'J iuicraatinproveyrrntaran
i 4.' Matthias dT, DHKnirg prayer a..oJf Eliza and Master( Chester and }li ltarnedratat I t'r.ul J.m'Jay rlOUt thirty-one d=>4i r., ait.) this anx>oitt : tc wi.k. "httli wall
litany at 10 *. m. ioBowduU'ly futud al Prtur A i p''t. i 1 has be B turned into the trtjj :r: by the holy communwn; euwDtt prayer U o oor Warcock: anise at EUiora, Feb -------- {>jCrn"h Cu turn dub. !j: thus ibid** Fknda 0fiC uf the nc.bta4
: 4lh, for their annul wait with Mr MFS. the I
at4JOp-m. --'- tae lit BtOO
: tU.""%:MlTti !HUP.
.", ,, -- ,- -.- IVGraaw and the launch mated uun t: --. -- i.
.. *. Dan't fwpt I 4o all kind* of t.lai.
; WASTKt fnquenl lr[* to Oak Hill brining a smith arvi a-.Q ..., w- eh..lrj&L.d To the llUnlk Bta.ksiith !h<" 4" ; rotC "U tUa"t' COIL t.\IIU.

Cbfcken* for killing. hycrat rotrrjr party each litoe. UQ rrparrina. (-ad asst a.... get your work 'l>/rc The only rzi.rnrrlkl7 .\tJo..on.: of yi huh land oati
I'; W.. R. e.U'MUU J D lz>L1.IttuyvtieFla. chmitb in t<"it Ali! work : riH of uoran ne of he Iz4iso fIr

. Mrl4wacne. Fli- TUb run ALL ----- t'U4r&LkTd and prompiij at "cd...i lu at the Narrovs, ; --- Lei''t UE H neHS"... .. Wank dose cheaper tt.n anywhere in S;). 3, (section ;s.C;. ai*) lot V 1, stet.a
...,....',:. ,'OC tst.K.flesharpie :>ereety-ore McFariaed tents caste tt.So1.. AiaU l4QKl=>j, plOSitrirg, and ,3P.i. ill 1 whip n umtt. ru.c4'1 JiIiI east.
[: '. port All RilhL flat be had cheap by sppiiogatTut Sits of } root wr o: tti &f t4 pf'o. ni. White general rtpa,nrgd>>tu9 at the Tn1ltf1I This t.Wi It nnirnp.ruced hat timely b-
F il't.-1 cold.'" At ,oar own ll.1lao. t...101 ** 6.". Th4 are Vs!d tL. ant in fair coo- 1.eghura a II (a J frTt.M uf 1.>. Barksacith 'hap. ('acme one. Course ll. ;;CiU i for farther l4/'U'UhiM dire.

; hupw' psttire, etc. .tJJf\M 1\)1. :l i tdltion. lame foea aced only lake and WuuIW OI PuCLTXT; Y4b, i and you thai Lr Jo& tifhi br. I j I E. M Lot .

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,_ THE FLOUEDA, STAB der U>e fold of old darT when U

awoke toi ,Cad hlmsetf a Paul Jones,

; Bsw 4 at tas fMstoOes slTttBirills u Perry and Farnfct on the composite

,- eeaed Jw scaly clatter.tea"rw plan. There wad a later awak enlnj. u Kodol
iwp ; editor Md r ahtlalee.7CBldi end u.the first bad been enchanting.
: T It.Ca stouts eottttt JH Km Us trial ass klik u a to S3 tscta! '
Jet Dewey had not changed meanwhile.
rscnuu *svt ar via UUSUTMT
>IHBDSYrYRIDAYILOUTNQ The public had unloaded its charge of

;. t; l&zrfSg 4 tcnrcu:JrTlow1. I'D.unreJlS fizz The tad cftimn was simply*a of military weary. men over For sate by the Red Cross Pharmacy thanille: Eau G lli. PharmafT, In Gallia; Chat ). &mpb.U4UelboamDa.1S ,

71CKSTS nasa MOI! TU1.i1 .
x this hero business is often aggravating F01Y3S im DIlL ilJUSiO 18 SM HAS GUKRUL _

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r It vast be clearly mnderstood tbat Hither to laymen and smacks of cruel 'k

Yff' Tn Itrn sow its editor to nspocsibi tot lynkism. But, the cruelty to a kindness 4 1
,..IoU ezpreesed by rerrespoo dtata.UENERAL .
--Far Sale 'bJ
} to the person most Involved. The

highest standard of the service is fidelity I
DIRE to doty. To be conspicuously'faithful '
East Coast Lumber
-. means simply that the opportunity
U conspicuous and the man of the hoar -
Supply Company
TOWN OFFlCEBa-Dr.. E.E. BoJIlfls.inajror fortunate. It would be awkward tbr.1

.; -,' Yea 'lfem,. marshal and ux collector; commander to slop over official!
x K. B. Pyle. elerk sad treasurer Job 10.
Henry Mcuor Joo. B. Walter U. a praise of some individual and then i i EAU GilUE FLORIDA.

Pritthmrd B. L. UotJoW' F. J. UOrpli. W. have the affair turn out very ordinary. !

8. Banning, oovBolmca. The council
BMts ant i'tttir ia each nwoth.COCJTT The military role adopted for general

t sue would at least spare the public the :

bIu.wroRT.s _
charge of being DOW hysterical and ; 50 Md 60 inch !Ia Stock. "

COUNTY OFflCEES.-D. Penney Titus- again fickle.TEE I
Title county jadgc; D. I.. Gaukien. Titas-

tine prtawutinj attorney A. A. StewartTitosnlta.
4 clerk circuit court; P. A. MeMUlao. EVERLASTING BYRON. t Write for Prices.

Esa Gillie, tai M' +eaanri' E. W. Uall The present head of the London publishing ;
Titos ft U% US collector;John Henry.Titan.V -
; house which boomed Lord ,- -
vile treasurer J. R. Walker. Titl1lvUle.4i - -- -

/' MferiatendeDt of public instntctioa; J.O. Byron Into his sudden fame, John Murray 1 VETERAN CHIEFS FOR MILITIA. J, ,

kr: ,.. :. Fries, TiUiTilb county surveyor; J. P. kept warm they *ty, Tb. thin back I
y Brown. 'ntJl vilie. sheriff W. S. Norwood, II I.. is quoted by the Pall Mall I 7a Af .ftl mss Stiff )54..i3 Se

i; '.!i; -. TUoivilie, istratioa officer. Gazette as saying. -There will be no General Miles' appointment as adjutant waistcoat is "the undertaker's best i du.Naj ....,twP ? cee '

,,,. general of the Massachusetts state friend" and mainly responsible$ for the ;
? ': COUNTY COMMIS3IOXEBS.-B :A. Conk.UofcTiUmaa final life of Byron as you call it RUDDER
militia U not an innovation in the sense hacking coughs. A close fitting thoui- t
: .
. chairman W. E. Walker. Titasvflle as long as I can prevent ifThe

.I" ;John K. Miot Indiaaola; Jno UJooca ) have gathered a mu- that it may result in friction betweentwo der cape of iUnnel or other warm ma'i HOW-TO BOOKS
j : Quay; J. Frank Bell. White Gty.Iteguia school of military Ideals. After terial worn next to the skin and Os, "o.t* Asa 5e b.N "c ......
; V MUi.oDIue held first Monday iaeachceata seum ef Byrou treasures, which are' .
>r .
; hwls S..a..Ad +i.e to
the civilwar states tbe base 'of the neck Is pRII80I
' many appointed ering a ,00.11 Vtl
; ; ; placed in a veritable Valhalla, editionsof ...Ty c5. ss.l .p' 'T w Mel
veteran generals to leadership in the protection and can be fashioned as to ara.leg .t tII pen ....... W a It ww
! >' OOUSCH L BOA BD-B. F. Ilardw.ty his own works in vellums and crushed 4 I 11.>>. ....k-r.t fie...y ......
chairman Sebastian A.J. Carter turn. militia. During the great coal strike of avoid clumsiness.
t ; morocco ornamented with gold andas ___ ___ I ..
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t -s ': ball; J. K. Om U White City, frKularwasioos 1902 the national guard of Pennsylvania
. I.ierved .Uritjr. rhNfr..Ari.lLA -., ...... __....
dazzling as his most glittering conceptions -i top
: 'f.> are held drat Monday in each nswth.I directed ty General "". .-......'_,s" .t.. i.iw w.....&
was Adjutant
; ; .. -, -. .' -- having an alcove to themselves. To cure constipation and liver troubles I MOW TO BUILD a sINACaa

. k".'" LOOKING BACK AT LIBERTY. On the wall are : Stewart and the troops in the affectedregiou by gently moving tpe llU"el and acting! s.. Wt t &f.wA. h.e ee s__ to
.,:<' many portraits commanded General 4a.I. fr t ....%.ri n .W.i._Pal ............
were by s-t a tonic to the liver, take Little EarlvK'tKrs. fl ,,4I..4..era 4.
7' of the friends done the h. <
? puet's by
The world' program In liberty during These famous little milj
pills are i
Gobln. both prominent G, A. It veterans. HOW TO BUUD A naciia' alOOP.1.we
?' tie hundred year that hare elapsed hands of his: friends, and these ral'pmenment \ plea'ant and hsrmleM, loUt effective ant ..... I ._ ....
A.naia, Aw "._, Y .... .M --
have for the l Their oni\'t'Mlult" frr I Ii
lace the French revolution completedtta :\ compauion 1 rare many yearsiiiastrnn ....e Y.
It has been a matter of pride for the j i ruaranof their popularityand i
work of leveling human condition most celebrated painting of Byron i ; HOW TO CUIIO A MOTdAkH UVtlI"
I national guard in some states to be led J ufun! -'. S.M hy Red OOSK l'har ....... .w r ""' '' ... ... '" ___.....
is indicated the situation in himself. The last Portrait of Byron ..'M ....
by Europe by old soldiers and to acquit themselves I nmc>f, Tiiiibvillf; Fait Oallte) Pharnuicy, I > *MM --' .

today. All Europe took up arms to drawn from life is a crayon which :, l:iti Gal lie. MOW TO GILD A KMOCftASOUTA
VV'V well In tbe presence of critical ... w ....<*t-J '_ b-f ..... ...., .......
c : quell the uprising of the French shows him as fat as a lord, with the ---- .... ...... I.. __ .._...
oificvrs. Tbe good soldier wants tbe
masses at the closing of the eighteenths face of a genius. II For over MUjrMr "Mre. HOW TO CWUO A *".H04k-Mu.MT shoot
best training possible lie can get It .. .
as- w-i .a
.d.aa .wq..r4 i i
= century At Jhe beginning of the twentieth Mr. Murray explains his attitude toward ?. 11'inl.iws' Smithing J>yrup has -.II....pi..
from men who have been in active
the and further exploitation of Byron'Ii'prhate t been nni far over sixty tear by millm HOW TO euiLo A name on a.taa.itsaq
p t century governments the service. Good organization and good (.( in4)tlien for their children a hiU le -thinjf ............ I m.f".y.. pr_......a.wMr..w.wr.w -;
f : _; people of Europe unite in wishing life in print by saying, "There : .. .. ., .AaM c..rf.wts.wfee
handling are fully as Important to a with perfm 1'11C't"l"l't. It w'uthes the
! well of the struggles of the Itusslan has been too much nonsense talked 1 I chili frtftrtts alisvs ail; I MOW TO SUIUO A WO&f VCNV
ihegnm*, lain,
of the of its __ .
body troops as quality i A immH ium"I .......n.a...
: masses to share the liberty which their about the poet and I will be no party '; i cures wind colic, and is the bl remedy .tda..i.N4a* ..
personneL Neither can IIU't'l"dith. i I
civilized neighbor* enjoy. to lending his papers and my collection i I (or diarrhnt-a. It wi11relirttthe IU.lrI'Utfdt'r
out the other but perhaps the rarest little immediately) N>!d bv drug PRICE $1. EACH

z For many years but more especially to anything that tends to perpetuatethat things are goad organization and leader I gbtiinelery |>.rtof the world. I P5P'.s IY iseatN ..f.....

during the last few months, observers kind of a thing." The publisher i khlp. If General Miles': regime onl) fire rents battle I:V sure and'rt'OLY'1 BounJ ti \Mil 'K..t ......", .. .... .41st,

\_ of events in St Petersburg Moscow ii constantly besieged with inquiries fixes the standard for the future of "Mrs. U'iiwJoa's 8m>thiig yru.', and 4 by ili..t., I..,. .r", "t.t r-

: and ether center of Russian population concerning Clyrou. especially from ?! Fikr'so f.t..r "'n,1. THC RUDDER PUIUfNINC CO
the whole
state troops country may be '
have recalled the situation in American corsiwn1ents. S MWKK4T aun' Nit Toss, U e, *
feW ______ benefited.
France from, say 17S5 to the overthrow A FACT ,<;.0a4 F .r .;.."ter i.. s. ....

Many moons discussion! was rife 1< r:z of the There Is ago
monarchy. a I The cowboy element Is in no dangerof ABOUT THE "BLUES"

} parallel in the matter of land monopoly in this country as to why this people fading out American life throughrace : : .-- --. '- --

loved Japan more and Russia iris or ;; What Is !
In indifferent bureaucracy the "Blues'Is
a corrupt or suicide, according! to remit statistics u

-- in royal favoritism, in financial something to that effect in the crisis i of Cupid's doings In the great seldom occasioned by actual exist KILL THI COUGH :

' distress in in the "of K"04. The questions had various,; lag external condition but I the
unequal privileges range districts it seem that no fewerthan a A vo CURE THt LUNGS

V, abuse of one man power A parallel answers, some of which seemed premature I 4,500 white wen hate takeuSioux treat majority of cues by a disorder- .776

i but at this date they strike a ; rd t tNow
In UVER. .
' personnel as well as in conditions brides Why duly belles are choMahi *''tHDr. Kin
writer in the Revue de Paris as having i
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'must exist In order to harvest the opportunities preference to palefaivs is a nut for THIS IS A FACT
been In the main correct In this article I
x r which the folly of rulers! sociologists to crack. But there seems which may bo demontra

has placed in the path of liberty. Revolution our pro-Japanese sympathies are to be no reu""vn other than a purely v> ted by trying a course ofTuU's I Discovery :
laid to three principal rea.-wus-lbe disposition ;i
in France foryears
was seething ciai one why Iu to Side with the "under dog" ObSUlIt11011" frits !
before the and it i
storm burst The Indians baH Lt'\u
not intermarry. :
sOe 1 S1.D0
and !
fir. racial admiration for "tiiaartmW
took two years more to gain for( subjugated and are, iu a senor, a sub- Pills OLDS Flee 1da1. .
a paternal pride in Japan because we :
The times the environment were Indian
ject race. In the past however.
influence. i Barest and Uu. ktat cur for all
opened that country up tl't'St..m I
against it King bated It, and well : blood has made many strong THROAT and LUNG TUOU&LE3 .
Incidentally! this writer pointsto :
wishers of liberty distrusted the methods whites. Since MONEY
characters or BACK.
among ,
i They control and regulate the UVER.
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our antl-ltawolau opinion. Perhapsthat
of her and champions.
apostles .
they hate Ill> social future the Indians
is the strongest reason of all It i* : They bring hope and buoyancy to the
; balance the t may be doomed to degeneracy. Intermarriage mind. They bring health and eLutk
natural to take side and to !
?tt Those who look for a true parallel of : might prevent total decay

merits of the case, and there is nothing; !I Ity to the body. ANYBODY. ,r-r-. 'VrUiWSTEVEN8 .. .
; the French revolution in Itussla may i Ii i and preserve what was test in the :;.. < .. -

V not Le disappointed, but Kusla U not about Hussla which appeal to American i noble red man.A TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. "iTL1: Llivi...._rIeA1 .a' .
h .r sympathies. P.usla! gets no sympathy !j i .... ........ a''> ... _
France and St Petersburg is not PU I. I r,4-) _.

Y However, .lnf>sltlon of the New York restaurant RIFLES PISTOLS

take on different guises so real liberty can easily! appear as though Japan :! proprietors to do away with AND BIIOTOUN3STLVLNS

may appear in various forms. The were receiving the lion's share.The I dls- Laaewr y.. C. '
I music at the dinner hour stirs up well

Russian form when It dawns may urprlae I i cussluu as to the relation between music
thirtieth business of .
: the world with the manner of its anniversary and digestion. The restaurant ,r'sF

coming and by the largeness of Its ap- the "first typew rlter girl" tot a reminder. keepers doubtless! took thought beyond -

Thirty year ago very ekcjuent
pllcatlun. Civilisation has made wonderful I furnishing a novel attraction for EDICII
in.i, that ,
tongues and pens were tinj;
;k, strides since I'M*, and Ilo>>sl* : patron Whether ''concord of sweetsounds"
could catch with her
woman never up
has advanced at least a little bit or improved digestion or both
manl:ht destiny without the ballot r
: combined built up custom the caterers
But the voiele "new woman" hu
HYSTERIA IN HERO WORSHIP. : didn't stop to inquire. If tbe music no This great stork me traveled so fast toward the desired
Y Another popular idol Just now has a longer pays alt alleged, and has to go money saver for .*- goal that it look as though she might
tendencyto Imitate the rocket stick; the interest of jco.-l digestion would it a zsfslicice, not a cheap fx-i orcuadili&n
at any time call a strike for the ballot
after the fitting stage U over and I be served by sending surly waiters and powder. put: up
and top the wheels of tviumerce. Industry in <*IT *T forma than Thtufurd'i
obey natural law. .\s side lights afthro..1t \ tip fiend* Into exile too.
and even M.vifty nnles* suffrage Ulack-Praajbt. renowned fur tir
upon the Ku* is granted. .\ntllt b far letter to I.* in i cue of tie diction trosLIti ,1:
Port Arthur General StoesePs mush- The perfect railroad has let to bcun '
it bus tie
a puiiiou to command equality than to ; ptrwcs, um qtuliUec fl"LAa.W.
r rum fame wanes It U chip to done .tnwte dj .
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I invijoiatirg a. ri.mtj ..r..aAf
hate to beg for it. J -
t a suppuwetl hero who U behind the veil *" of the track I is an evil which railway up the torpid liver mud Iv ---- --
-> with all aortal vf pioturwkio qualities men are trying to surmount, says .. con tip te4 U'Welt fvr a.! t'.wi ,.. i 0 ..- .. ,.. . -
Briton with that tie Unite1tases "
and to s*,aau' offhand that nhat he envy the Railway .\g... Rails tnp wua tie and julry.! It u cant .: f1t-o I
. ,....
ahut out K.iM undesirable! tee .V At
might! be that he nw't s$.urvdy! Is. direction of tie traffic, except on heavygrail reared and ill at-ti-a art t.- if ui'
ttnniirrant The toadon J. 3TLVttti3 AKM&ATOOL COO .
last that stuck and
jear. tl.nt a aaoocaiwnil
When Sto*****! himself comes out and *"* They crwp faster under fait grow r B.a 402Cbu
Globe that this republic ha* amp* : djw ia u. t. itcun
solicits the public's kisses, crurative or tratEc or heavy traA-r than they da .p.. r ell. M... t ". A
Y room for )nti ...ntll riffraff. but that s hog cholera: ar real it will be time write andre slow thprime
enough to or SSjcbt traffl'- Anum
the g""t'CUIDt"tIt11OIIt nfhtly draw the grow fat. It curve tn..1t'. .VIA

him down a* a no account fcero. Mesn- esu-w* are hurt mil. Uojatwl! *- roup art ir,4k.. ;...r;. !It &0 YCARS
line l'Itntit dh..J tern*,
wore some of u* should n*..>ive to pauper sap>portn. in- rent aptkee. in.4u dent earn: conatipa';"n. oi ..... ,j. ." J EXPEHIVaCEI'
(convicts the !aaa* and twt-i:....
""wtnc smalT on this hero tufipr! ** in epU+te. ca: Thes ri.U6ft cave intolerable ,
proved an
future until the returns< are all in and --'- sal sakts a cluil u a 4)

:' counters SUB nnnann4, keroe deam burden in EngUnd. and still: they War i. dlarnl against < r,.-*t pro Qt.Kt! work; f -r the f v.1 rc r V' .t't.1

b to be summanry dned from come tt"tVf'. {.a ltlrd vt U si d otter (!ke It gives isiaiaU ai.d f 11 -.f ai,
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the i'*destal of favor and the SpaoUbjLmericaa de'iet' by iinti-ih r....lknil aui! ursine kind nw U*. Lvw fA..i' .r atda
An elctncai for cattle da'tn
uw ; .raaer sh.A U cetta.n.
Oar prvducvd its al ire of The spine howrver. esn-jutj in tie: y gise TMAOC Mama
trees U at'.1.m.; recent inventions decrtbfd 1.101.
this spta ea. It the -slad hand" of the region !war the shoulder .'.uaH beThrre'e DlfrOMSSckniific
In the Scieatiac Acaerlcaa The --- .---- It cutI Wt a U mad .ftt ten C9.YNt4MTa &f.Aai .
pubic is DO tacprr in etkle&ce In certain I .. ..._
tires rice a..a44 a esr t rI eat
trees are frllnl by boning through the i pretty girl in 1'1 < -r \\ tta ; 111 fMt.Prnuv1I4 a- *", W'V 1 Me1M... twt
: cm**, it U the "hrosown fault .. ... .
l r 5S 5.1 t tie' -J .
trunk close la the ground with a wire A "trlt'r girl "sth a *a.rx -j \, ...fI.:. ,..., a.- .. .i_.... _.rat
But vicCou of public hysteria like heated by the current It can I* Bilt the handsomest irr: to R. rl [u 'isTh V!.. isw.IbasI ',_ .At ... f < w V.,..,.P.,IIMw
the ,..ntJb: 11'. f.ztM..uLtaln : t-r: t.tuu Patna ewe tar yi kw a c.- tN
Dewey for la uooe, aiwuld not W Ue-1lt a lotur dutance from he tisrt Td.n giri ate Sick and roa Yry M.A.tta. oa stIRael .... ........ ." ...t """ .. lM

chased with aivrtf po er and treated vrsJr auLitt toe e a t._, 1 h.. ad .,
trtcal pant kimta c.I od road k' 1 k... t'usd
vtls nt'kitd. l"'ewey did bra duty atOtvtt O.A.SrrOrt.XA. trial jean ta lAa Let Jw fir p.rpo. .. Jlmeritan.U
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bay as thoroughly as Farraratiid It is a docttful L.n tl. IU IK la ltd! 1liTt4"2MPJ J. a. HisaOX.a ........ .I... _'' a
eighty ('O= lent ..
., .r..+cM. Iio oaa 57'U _...._
his at Mobile bay. lKrabti s he to ttY a ran that be is a rood judge .
#I&Lu MUNN & Co.S" New j Tort
was taoat S8rpnl ABertcia UItI of wckr.:
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it ffWTHUR'SMPTOB to leave'boae- fa March he tcroed to '
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,Jmj q. it"." ii- IdS 1 father" and Mid:" '. BEST,. FOR THEBOWELS Southern Railway: : }:

am, glad- .I am the frt.There .

f* no hot* of my oxni&s back: ,
r 1IJr sPerqulity 'and Home of ETTKCTITK SOT. ft. D4.I .
Life and hog
mother to take the beat ear .
.14};-", General NogCSir of bemlf.. ,If I die please If,..'-wstsraaLrhuhaytesae..t.web S 0"
pra( my JI-s IrJ 1.'nWatYiUk. seep JVBIef I Ma'D
-/tt deed You no doubt will also go to the .... 1iI 514 be well slap. :1a, 30[ X0.31 s"-a.JachsocvtU tad X.w..... bsflrjTSTaL. :
.wa..m... ... Th ly" DailyIWp
:: d6; ,< froct,, hut we may fight la different i .......H.a..a...... ftfe ..,., == :: p v G
tta bow*U that sat dMa>*to taUCANDY 7 u 8 34 s LT Jacksoaville Flaw ._4w a,. Ar. .,,. f
;WCL_ u: STUDENT or WAS SUBJECTS place*. ao I win teO yon goodby BOW. : It IS s _._ Lr.&vuaalk,fl*...,....'.. Sec R,. Ar. i U t-' ...,. S 10 p

T.i; ., Father, shall we make a race for the CATHARTIC I _I 50S a._- =_ '40J: j A Ar.Chartau*N. CL.._- --So. By. LT. ') "'H._.... -. as A
"" .. good name wt may Dft on the bat 42 9!= a Sec a Ar. ik'tBODd.So.. i). LT. U i0 pt_._. ll

,. t"i.. .l \.......... ill tkr C.a..a... r ... a tlefiddr 1 50 p,<-...- lit Ar.WaaMngtoa. D C,_.&.11 Lv. MMtt "j._.... 0 ao p ;

..., iti_ 'i'" limiter.. tat a ... .< atr.*>c a.a..Ier' .- But before' the father could aaawer tl 25 p..:.._ 11 30 a Ar Baltimore. K.l--P. K. 8 LT. s a sec ,l
Hagen I 2 55 a!.__'" 1 45 p Ar. PhiUWokU. Pa..... ...P. B. B LT j I a si a'j'.j j $ U p
.. De...... Attrlbat.a'anat.t..v.r spoke up enthusiastically: /30a. .._ ( IS Ar.SewYork.S.Y. K. E LT. I* 10 SJ.p
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"Let Into the ? : :.::- = :: __ .a __
:. N S.r.ti._......... me go race also

4 .$; ., N1a Caner .. ... 1lattteleld.k 'The. general smiled and aid: Sat 33 and 34-"Sew York and Florida Eiprw- Daily PaUnsaa Drawing Roost
t Sleeping Lbr bctwtca JkckfctaviUe andew York.
""<<,11. It la welL The race of o*
; ...a ihrttai. With ... ..... Nt.. 39 ant 3I-" ">>hinttoa aDd Florida Limited." Daily MUoaa Drawing Boom "
< --tt.!,.," -, three will be very Interesting. We shall Slaepiog Car bd. Jacksoovili sad New. York. r If *'

t .:.. t. It wu'otl'the, afternoon of .Oct. 31, try to win tbe t/rize" CAT 'CM LIKE. CANDYPtMMtt. t __
riUMkte. ....... 'TMM Geoi. DalM NO.MDaily. K. a #
J I 80&. tbat 1'1Da4t mf visit to the home Some time later when he, too was Gao4. )I"..ate!<... W'..... Sr art.., la If ass : n.h"'The Laud of til* Say," n.1Jl.
summoned to for the the te*erkL 1I'rttaMbM... .a4...l !
( f :S ,.f. our ,derUlsh officer. Genera NOIt.pi" fight emperor. A44m* US 755p U Jacktoetville, t1&.._..__._..__.__ _.Sa Ey. Ar. I aoolUa I

who took on bia shoulders the foil bar- general said: I I tsengiq. CaJesfasr Nra Ywa. 1(15 a600a Lv. Svaaah,U*......._..?_..?...._,..._........._.8* Ry.Ry. Ar.SO a
dot "In my house all three of us are ol- fi.1 Ar. (biambts So C.__...._..__._...._._.._. s LT.LT.. I
i"t of the siege of Port Arthur and diers. It may be possible that ail three ILOOI CLEAN 150 Ar. A. bevill N.('....-,.._. ._......__..._..__.....,-8* Ky.S 41JUW p

1' whose commands issued by.tbe virtue of will ta1 Ar. lotSP! DI& S.L.,......_...._....___...._...._ Ry LT *
;: of our august us die. But I do not want a take Ikmethlng-thb goblet, for example a 00 'I Ar. Knoxville,TenB..,.._...__....._____._.....So. Ey. LT. lIS a
,. emperor even then were funeral from my house until the war Isended. / 15a ArtnclnmtbOhio.-- ....._................-......Q. C. Lv. aap
drowning the thundering voices of the Then if all three of us are dead ? Is it not beautiful :

?i!' cannon and causing bia oldien to we shall bare one funeral. '. General yogi flamed with anger. He i s...& sod SO-Poilmaa Drawing Room sod Bufftl Sleeping (:Jon li.<*n Jacktoevilk and I

That la why cried "1 did not come here to steal" 1St. LOOM daily _
".:; march brave aa foil grown Mont upon there have berg no ancestral ;

fi the very bayonets of the enemy, says rite performed yet for the two and. picking up an expensive dish, he I So. 13 1W4.*..JkckkoatilU sod 'be North sad ...... I I1a 11:;
broke it to
'; sons killed fighting for tbe glory and pieces. I -1-
7x IL -
; Ydga. the Tokyo correspondent of Tirtue of our august I There was a pause. Then Governor --..- 7T P Lv.Jackioavtlle, tin Ky.........._..-.._._......,..Ar. i i VaTaC_.
i'ti :i tbe Pittaborg Dtlpattb.j emperor. General Kabayama laughingly turnedto -.J- S (q f Ar. M cua., Sin R,...?..,.?...?....._.._..Lv, I f li a. t

General Nogi'a borne stands When at tbe front General yogi ...._.. S 'O. Ar. Atlanta, So. By_._....._...____,._L,. 1Ik! ) p'...._ ,
near make even the devil cry, but I learned the company. __._; 943 1 Chatta&oon. 80. Ky............._....,..........Lv.Lv.. illS ;.....-
{t: 'Aojma park. Tokyo on the left band :1 that in his home his commands are "Nogi is really a hero he aald. .......;; !t?.II Ar Ondaoati, Queen 1 Crr ccat_...._......... 6 30 a ._ i '

1foi"' side It la a bamboo hedged .i I not even heeded by" the home or dogs. The hour having come for my departure ..... .(840 p Lr.docioMti, Big Four &wk.._.....,?-?...Lv, 7 to *:== : .

._' aometblng unique in Japan and at the lie U.very quiet and displays the same I most politely bade all good- =? '..!..10.! Ar. Cbkmjto But Four Boot.:....,..:-:.:: :;:: :.:::.Lv. .!.SO =

f'"" gate are two beautiful columns of quality of sincerity in that has by. and aa I walked down the neatly ..-----I I} IS p Cbriunatt. Pen a. Lines..__...:... ...,......Ar, IS at........ ,
P. private ....._.__..........
through tbe beautiful ..__ 7 to. a Ar.Chicago. IVnn. Lima .Lv. a j __.._
; ever marked him in public, and atao kept path gardens -+ I ,-
; <: atone each with the name logs Kiten perseverance and pact the neat brick stable to ..._:; 6.u v Lv. UtKtouti, (Ml.A U-llotwu...............Ar. 710 a:...... '

: OD It.. Not translated mean tree and and fortitude, two virtues .......! 713. Ar. Chicago C.U. D..-MMWB.-.............i.,. { 9 tid ....... .

srf. in front of tbe general's house stands that he possesses In great measure. the entrance I realized tbat our great :::::- 43 Ly.nbdDlt t, (i H. A : T Ort a':;:::=: .}

a great old pine tree all alone whlcb There wa never a moment when be general is as great at home as on the .-l:, s, Ar.Toledo H. & D.-Mich.Vnt! ._.........Lv. JU, W p!__, .

:>.r.\: the day I Wit there seemed to be beck. waa at home that be wa not devotingi battlefield. == 7 ii a Ar.Detroit. _h C.U.D-Mith.Crul:. .. L_"............LT. *{I lOuOjL, :.... I

I IODIDe i his time to the study of 'war. He read -.-.--, $ hi pLY.llndonitl. .'BB. Liah_.___..,?..__....Ar. j 8 SO ..',...... t 't i

n" to the wind with Its, green constantly with the war book piled Cared Continuation. __.___, 5 S3 I Ar. Pi.tttl lIfI. _Penn. Uses. ..................:..::;.Lv_i I_8.IS. p''..,,.. ,

sys Jun.'aDd to be repeating the harsh about hIm. He for fIt. W. Evans, Clearwater Kansas .--..-. 930 Ly.t'iaI."IDDat. Big Four.........__._...J.. Mir, ISO a... ... :
,f1 y;.j rolce of ita owner II be gave come was ever prepared writes: "}Iy tlnshanllay tick for three .1 1 8 Ar.Oevetand, Bit '''lIr.\.......:,.-....Lv... 9 0l rL. '
war, and every inch of him was for ::::::. 'I : ::::::
J. match to the army months; the dot'tors tate'>.By.........._._.............Ar. 10 43 a';._.....
S;:. On tba right band aide of the beautiful war when it came. Ctnll\lm ; -. bottle of ....-. 810 LouisyU:.. f o. Ry..__...__...._..__......__.Lv.So 7 44 at.--.-

gate and a little way back there Politely asking that I be given some Rallard's Horehound' Scrap and it cured _.____,' 73 si Ar. L Loins. It,...,...?_______....... .... Lv.. 10Jp!. ...... r-
I anecdote of the general while on the him. That was nix years aim and since -; i
stands a small brick built stable for I I'j" Xo*. 15 and 11"The Florida Umited." Daily Solid Vntibule Traia. Tbruufb DyCo
battlefield. Mrs. we always kept a tattle in the house.
General Noel hu ever been a famous : very graciously ch<..and Pullman Sleeping Cn Between JwksouTille and Cincinnati tSa
We cannot do without it. For .
consented. coughs
t- lover of horses and his one recreation-i =-- -=-'-=- :'=_:=::; :-. __ '_, ,: --0 -- :- ==:::::::: ..e74s
and mile it hu no equal. 25t 5X.
since be became 'a warrior baa been I During the China-Japan war General and $1.00 bottle at lied Crow Pharmacy., S SOots! Iktweea .fkto.III and K..... Otl. : Sa u I C
Nogl. after the of .I
; capture Klnchau. visited --1 -- '
riding. Unlike many of our people be a field hospital beautiful --- ...... p: J6'k.IlDnUe .1.. No). Ry.._................_.Ar. ', 133 a--,! ..-
; Is a fine horseman and sits hi* saddle I carrying two CALLING SECRETARY LOEB. ___ s: Ar. Atlanta. Ca.. $u.RJ ____.______...........1.1' 115+1 p' .
.: with the cleverness of'the best riders Chinese overcoats on his arm ......a114b a: Ar. ItIrmlD&baal. Ala.. M.. Ry...___......._........Lv.i i! a IS pi-..... 1

whose cost wa many yens."These ... -.. qD3 P'' Ar.Meru bie.Tenn, rICO.-------.I.y.! II sl.i ..--, f
in when I Wfclle Vl.Uor
I Central Aced ThoB
ever laW park overcoat." be said to the surgeon .hl ...._ -I'i 11.1) a, A.KanMl'it1. blo, Frisco.. ...__. .........__.__I v. I I" Pi,__.._
lived in New York. Until he went to tke Pn.I..t t..d a PI..I. .

Manchuria he always kept four or five I' In charge, "were given to me by The dislike that William Loeb. Jr. Sec 13 and 14-"Tb Honda Limited." Daily

\ chargers in his stable lIe never failed Major General Tamajl. my superior secretary to President Roosetelt. baa E\rELLK DIM>O CAR 8ERn(' e..1

to ride dally nor to caress even those and I now give them to the hospital I for an electric bell account for an Ingenious J. C.Ll'SK.) *trkt P.M.Bicr Agent, 1O8 West Bay SUr,.r..kIOD1IUe.I'1A, r\

bones that remained behind anxiously i do not need them and I want them device used at tbe executive C.II.ACKtKT.G.M. W.H.TAYIXE,0.r.A.: l
used for the
pawing for the honor of carrying their' patient offices to notify him when the president 8. H. HAKIV1CK...T. M. VUOUK9 MOKOAN.A. ..A.Bridgeport .

distinguished general .wlttlrloo safely I the Then the"Presented general wrote in red taken want him. says a Washington special -" -- 'n'. -_ _--_. -------S-- _. '__ -___ ,si5S
1," over the ground Mr. yogi la economical coats. b1.UaJor General dispatch to the New York Time. It I

., by nature and discipline but Tamajl. to me and then presented by consist of two wooden clappers. When THE

when be resigned from tbe army sometime me for the use of the patient of this Mr. Roosevelt wants bU secretary be

"x. after the war with China he begged hospital" touches a button which by an electric The Motor
"Even his kind word
that he be permitted to take bis were warm device releases one of these wooden
clothing for tbe soldiers" said the
army bones home with him and feed surgeon clappers, and it comes down on the
after Mr. bad .
.: them saying that the government then yogi gone.It other with a sharp explosive report
a. while Klnchan that )Ir. :
would not hue to spend money on was taking The other day a fine old gentlemanwho

s, them. That was the excuse be gave ('orllhowed great coolness under fire. desired to see the president won that Motes

r: but aU his friends knew be made the On Feb. 11. ten year ago the great the good will of the secretary by his .I
Ouchaushan fort stormed The
.'. offer because be could not bear to be wa quaint appeal for an Interview, and Mr.
fired down from
separated from his beloved chargers. enemy a great heighton Ixb told him to take a seat until the :
soldiers and it difficult to
::":" Bo yon know why be baa built a magnificent our was president would be at liberty.As ;
'. European ,stable which la kept march but notwithstanding the general It happened, the old gentleman It stands alone for eftltlrurllnd

I .: > very clean and sweet and takes such ctiolly led a company onward and sat down under the clapper lie was Mtrt>Dgtb. 11r
took a position just below the fortress
.. pride in giving his horses fine care. up tired and so>n was in a d J\. Suddenly It hat of metal and
thoulth'tbe bullets were flying as ilenty it b ;
After you pass the stable you walk the president called Mr. Loeb, and the
thick as bail Toward evening Mr. where It doe' the mot good.It .
through a finely kept garden showing clappers made a loud report. The old

numerou cherry trees, along a neat Xogl expo***! him*)? to the enemy man Jumped up as if be was shot is perfect In design and work "1 .
while making an observation, when
-d .path to'tbe left and soon you come "What was thatr be cried to Barnes. manship.Etcrthing .
suddenly a cannon ball struck a few s
upon the general's home. It, tools of the assistant wcretary."Tbat I S
fet from him an explosion followed mean something.Send r
brick built to European style and like was only the president callingfor .
and be was hid from sight HI anxious fur
the stable shear that Mr. yogi U possessed Mr. Loeb." replied Barnes. catalogue.
soldiers find him killedor
expected to ,
$ of a progressive mind and believes "My Gal man=" cried tbe old man.
wounded but when the smoke cleared .
; that be and his family should .Dot>s the prwldent! fire a pistol Ike:
away he was still doing his duty as ; Bridgeport Machine & Motor Co.
have the best comforts that he can that every time he wants Mr Lcebv'Aeothrr ,
If nothing had hapi>ened. and there
give without being at all extravagantBeaching

the home, I walked up the was face. no trace of worry on bis stern C'aM of KI>*um.IUtu tuyr-l bytbarberiata'.Isla Bridgeport Conn.

broad white stone steps, which had ""*'m.
Later on our victorious took
Just been scrubbed prwed the electric army The efficacy of CbamWrUin's' Pn
Tallenwan. and while the soldiers were F. N. HITCHCOCK & CO., Agents Titosville Florida. :
: button and wa politely Introduced intoa Balm in tile wlirf of rhwimati i. be-: ,
energetically repairing the fort and --
most tJf'4utltull1Art.>r. There was around inx demonstrated daily. Parker Trip-
officers were planning and directing the Tstt..laB F.r -
Va that Chambrr-
teak table in the center with kit ufGnphv, Cava r IIColdsl
chairs work and engaged in noisy talk General lai,/, Pain lU'm! gave him permanent re- Tattooing of the bonx is said to be anew
comfortable If'litht'f.h placed
:yogi stood
artistically about and above tbe table the eastern skies with respect and shut -v -rv tiling eie! Idles and lie< 111 otil.l not early in the prrnt year Prominent "

were siwpendfd electric lights. On ting his eyes, cried with a flood of b without U. For NIt' by Uri Cu*1t leader* of noclety the .Fni-b capital '
wall and almost covering<< It
the front tears, thus showing his gratitude for Pharmacy. It i< nl.!. hare bad their family mat

waa a great map of Asiatic Russia and the merit sad greatness of the emperor C*..r.l '..r. War !*__. of ann punctured Into the sides of the

Manchuria. Hanging by the stove whose virtue had made victory poss!, Japanese pajfr re rntl.v brought to horM *n<1 th* new
were the Imperial decorations! in frames bte. Seeing the general so occupied. Victoria. B. C. by the Kmprew* of IndIa 'n bate alr'f'TtdYIJf.l't"tld throughout EnGlee every cold weakens the lungs, lowers 'il
while on tre shelve were stuffed birds, the vitality and the
the noisy conference tables became serene contain a fxftu written by O..neralNogl n'S. prepares
relative and friends I for the smcrca dig I t
photographs of system more
and all the officers cried also, commemorative of the rapture oflIood,1
b111"ffJwb werebookcases j u.u. among which are the two
and cannon when suddenly the general shouted In Two and Tbr1,1'1' hill year Month "..I. o
all filled' with numerous military greatest drttrovtr of human Lie,
a great voice for the banzai of the emperor I The poesa fallo+d.Stow 11 Your (.sal mn"t b- i-rr){.-riy d'ge..l pnetuaonu ana ctaaumldlwn,
books and ali looking as if they an.lI In the three cheers that and imile.i to .1* ftf an> va'u to y>o I iI
trjuou must be the cUntblnx cf Nir I
had been read over and over until their tuUOWt'l-l. .l-..n' If rom etou.a.'h i. *rak or di-a-d take Chamberlain'sCough

content were known by heart as my After the China war the general wentto I' But mina ambition n{ *- u to surmount Kiilol !)j-j.-p .aa Core. It*' '

American friends Wl"UJdI.. Tb floor gr.klrr dJrtPuttt you and iiu"tt the ,fc>mach a rit. rn- j
Formosa a* joint commander with
was bidden by beautiful rugs tear and I ft..rl and bt-i"! n:>,erH th* nwur.Uin, II. ibhnif it to rf'l"'I| r.te. take on new Lfran.h Remedy t
Governor General and aid
Katayama .
very stsa r wn ChangedThe 1\.b.1 i : I ;
were grow trunj *zm aunt tiger skins while la tbe entrance ed in bringing about the pacification oft .h.ol. .rl4 (r**... In wonder rn VI- :
"UKEach gv, 4aipstattt.nand ;, tai won its its
four ancient armor cases, a gift saddle m.... bloating.ta-art prat p"j Unty by
walta.r the nativeAt the celebration follow -- -- -- _. an! -I's L A ,"(*r. '. j-rwnj cures cf this Dw>t cccimoa
pears of all suds twering the leg l'.d1catlQI1.bkb was held la the '.f little! lw"-k, Ky wntt--.. 'WV. fort aiUacct. 1& lid << (
penersT red Ilraw Hal r r ......,.* I. Tr...<-..
and on the batrack the pabre, one of the gen 'rs s. haling a thrt Kfli l t'Y*I""p"ut <'nre 'i-r .>. antt I loves the luoand opens I

hats and other military bats with gold beautiful and r-nxioua etlrt ia hU The navy department U coo! ld-r1njr ..> coinRiernlAtiun that can be gn tt. u secretion, tfffctzzj a speedy ... f

bands and several swords. hand, asked General Nogi a nu.s'$tion from the Clf'ttk"al offl'-ers It caved It... Ijf*of Our JiUJe gin #,,,n _Kra I prnuorut cure It c
I was received by the hiuujl (caretaker .Will you lot take some souvenir to that off.'era and men oo war,hpulslzff a .. three yr oi i. :the III not e,I ittdme say tendency t.I1Ilrd pcerureSA.Price

), an old man of about Ctl1\'An. to the trebles I* suppllnl with hate kept it fr t..., ron-Ui,I'*, tui ,,fowr
and In Japan 'ide brimmed stew f. u. says a ",- she only t kr. it now then anything 25c Large soc.
After the ordinary "What souvenir?'' lletxral Sort ask ,
dixa/rr- with J. Nrf-1 r. llf l
to questions he politely Informed j WastlL. ton s*rtl dispatch to the *-r fitly-- -
reply my ed. .
New York Work The Crr- Pt.arma.v: Tita.n! tan t"e
m. that the general's family Tbe general replied. .Wh, do you the recalattoo do My Charniacv }.; Gal'trO.l.S'X'OTt.X.A. iTD.
cap s cot tarnish sat-
consisted of his wife Shtdio. forty-five ask what souvenir? Why don't you .d

Stouten years, first fident protection from ,the, tr-jjrictl_. stnbt.U.raa' .
1f'UI; -- -- -- - - .. I

son, and Il tf'ft. twenty-four years see- who T... D..a ('..... { itoraeh sad Llrr ,...1ft.. Ilan tl:. II UJ 1st kl4 urn! "ftf rent faraS_

tad BOO. The elder son bad graduated rqattwi for r.B.Up U.B. aII'v"nft"J..r.erw
before Tlw Bret action .ben you bte a cwd pasr ws04.on I. terry.e.u. .
Khool two yean
from the military and ettoakl >*. (0) rl ete tJttln&gv This tst 'h{ A R. Kane a proottnrntHtt lrur.f1 ..uaattrt caret felt

had Joined the Second army *-l amLmplisLed by the tree ow cf ,rat r 'rrittr. Kan ae. stye'f'oam.-
had ended with great honor and valor Cr.McU-Hiin's thogh Reowdy. Tb, ft--rlaill""r "'.HD'--t. and lover TaN.ot. are PFERRYSd'

.NaMhan.. when b* was promoted to renwily lignefies the tomb mora' and in rav jiiimetit the nt Kif..rv-r tretars's h04.UtU" s

a lieutenant after d fth and decorsted.Tbe C'a\1lW w espobkto from Stu air alt of 'n A! anvthtr/ n" t>div hr COPtn Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets .
IVoember of .r'ft&I 'f1 TI..1.,." &t-n and SEEDS
graduated' ? tree
second eon Ue QB f, product a expectoration 1lw.rl 1i.&aI.eLiajP..y:aAsgf

last yer. Joined the cavalry and went and oleoa the tvcntioos. A complete sub Do> lrtdncT U> I'Illt-atfo or gnpw > Gra X-"k ant daase.d r.p.I i.. b..s U..taf4.srd era a ruts ,.
For ale JW C I'r.arm"- I
to the hoot wltt Wa brother. The general cure team bHowa. This retaedy will careS by +n e t *OJUtl-"II"CI. tat,retina u. fey w sot a. tp rtasesL _
u after and now the severe' roM to lea tin* lIt.any cthrrtreiunent --CAATOZZA. -- sad 1'tsP.m %' ....d br tkJ .6..ra. W6 I..4A..aal -
departed soon ., yne ew u..661.
: Iioo.a.o1. a..1 8t'Mtl. aft sec i "- :acts
.:s. wile waa at bone with font eervaats. and it leave* the intern in a .....t. sir Ind Ta sill klrits ti>(!I -S b.cU.rj. h"k.c J H J@.a Tea Ia era.4r LR.Itltfat0.

>: So mart Uw caretaker told me liens natural and health eoadtttoa. It Atrat. SS C"Pa.I a btl Oti-Lft. sass by I .... .... .
cnantencu any teodenev toward poet Extends r.* >ar.ev. lato* A'etGoLEN .

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FULUDA STARk .r i .'; I Jlt I II Jolla J.X.CM Beary a.fcMKBf, fe&daf poor- f&na111.51- J ISO rtftPPY AND "EAl TUV. Y.

J. R. Walker 4 Ox 18.73
k -rM :f tfc tie at TltMTillt ue0o4d ,Sap. i
-; a M nail matter. Of tat Acwut .* fair hi III dl''KS toiswte. Ems Joh5K a.iaeklag _. a.uH.

Last W*.ku Ilsgia, old ... &00 From
-3 t411.rsdPabst.s Saved
.a a :ZPh" 1fa A: k A Beautiful Canadian Girl
E W.Dua. cook .r 10.00
11'i1R kflUEV'ERYFRIDAY MOEXIXaV Ile tlDg' called: to order on Feb: 6th. Ja.. PrnatS,supplies __ t3M Catarrh of the Lungs by r*>ru-iuu W 1 1It
Present W.IL Walker p Miot R. A.
> I.Ilitebard A Sus.B a*. 485 _
1T .r* PEK Asretnit7iaorT9roB Jones J. F. Bell withA. .
a *oyrH Conkling, J. C. Bed Crap Phar. med. _. '-15ao.LD. ; i1 -- ,
i o A. Stewart clerk: and J. P. Brown, :
THE LTJCX1-HAT HXVE& ldELB.r sheriff.
EC.Adtocate: advt.for I o4_._ 1UJ
/Minutes. were'read and ,
: -
Tte "tat ;
Individual who declares District Ktt. LG. _
... Reports of justiceaof the C. T ;;
it at cast J
world ,owe me a living as1
= McBride H. G. Bronaon and J. M. Sanders a:Gardner, toad work-,_.... 3 00 r a 1
tbree-foortbs correct In hi* assumption X. M. Fish..__..___..____ 4 10
; J but there Is a little Joker bidden la the were received.
District Xo. !.
h Tax collector's and roanty judge's report Il
ooe-foortb or such t matter which remain
of licenses collect durirg the J. M. Sanders viewing roW.._._ J.W
x unaccounted for. Little auct.'f.Uelm t
Chaa. Bmeot right of ._.. 83.00
10 easy la this! country especially month Of January for year 1905 and way : ) fir

amounting to $82 00 state and $3100 District No. 3. g
sections that the temptation
: In prosperous 1 i,
4' heritage county was received. | B. W Miller, road work.._...._. 58S.OO r Ot ..
.U to accept come as a
Letter of Geo.' T. Backus is referred to E. G L & 8. Co, lumber....._.... 10 S3 .
that will bare DO end. This 1s the +
, the fish and warden. N. E. Kinnard, hauling, etc.-._...... S&UE. ..
Y tool's paradise. There 1s a fast difference game
t received *. ]l. Stewart banting (hell.___ 90 00
4 thee The treasurer's+ report was ,
between merely getting
R. B. Stewart, road wurk...._.__ T2 77
living which the universe bas In store checked op and the paid warrants turned .. to 1500 ..

2; for every one and really 'earning that over with his report were destroyed by C. C. L. &S. Co*lumber_....... 1JS9X '.

4. b- living. Meesra. Walker and Miot. The treasurer SI. Fish road work...._....... 168.73 ...

.... When a farmer's crops are In danger bad his usual certificate of delit U. L Holme, rod work.___.____ 30.00 Iwi

.f joins to waste and he calls In help attached to hill report District: Xo. .. w

at f 1,0 or 12 a day very ordinary laborers i. Road committee's report of K. L E Walbr. EhU: for road......_ 187 M -

e(.; may. earn the price In that deal Brown J. Ss. Keen and J. U. Coats- mark J. G. Coat, &; Co.. hauling shell..... ItiO.OO & oII
They belp recover. a prospective loss. ing out a neighborhood road in the 4th J. (X Lofton road work_...?........ 900 I

k But these same men working the season district, was received and without protest R. 0. Roberts road work ..._...._ 500 .

f: through might not earn for the the bame will I lit d<
' tamer the 'coat of their board. It U road at the March meeting. Co'L Brown, viewing n.J...._- 2.00 6rPtffi1Ss :I..

_ Constable's bond of L M. Raulenmn J. G CattyM ._._ 200' t not their fault. They are worthy of their
:f, ; alre but their venture' hasn't turned and bond of H. II. Hancock: notary public /.S.Ken. 2.00 ..t
.. II. T. Gifford. road work..__...... 65.13 FLORENCE TLNL11.
-', out well This illustrates how one may were approved. ___ '.1

fj '. get a living' and deserve it. too. but yet Letter of II. C. Langibrd is referred toUi District Xo. 3. t..
; MiM Florence E. htnah 43UIarla street Ottawa,One, writeI
collector. R-Johnwn, road work._...... 20.00
lJ : .v not actually earn It. Wm. tri'kIiDC. 5.25 "A few months ego I caught M severe cold, which settled on my'
Bond of W. R KoeKh of thepeace e
-t '. When an applicant calls upon a man justice
; 11. White. ..___.. 600 lungs and remained there so persistently that I became alarmed. I

,1.: c' In commerce for employment the first "aa approved.Tax S. R White. ........ 7.50 took medicine without benefit, until my dlzcstlt.c organs bctjtmc -

;?1". question usually Is, 'What are your collector's report of polls collected M[, (, Meredith, ......__ 9.00 upset, and my head and back began to ache severely and frcqu ntl)'. "
?i:4 ideas as to compensation?" The Interview during the month of January, amounting ,..
-t"f often ends with the would be employer to |o' 00 for the year 1903, and flU E Austin u_.__. '.00 felt so sick that I was ready to try anything. It brought me blessed ..

5 saying "You cannot earn that for the year 1904 was received. Ft.l'irrcehaul, 1850
relief once, and I felt that I had the right medicine at last \\lthln
l r much bere." It the applicant takes the Letter of J. M. Sanders ass received W. M. Bail 950J.
and have
F s three weeks I was completely restored enjoyed pcrfecthealth
(.: \ rebuff right be will either modify Ills and acted njon. II. UTourueau. _.______ !8.13 since. .
it: ,' r e expectations or else look for a market Clerk's report of tax certificates redeemed M-ECML KOAD IT:3D. / now have the greatest faith In Peruna. F. B. KWfAH. '

f., f' better suited to his wares. What b.trl1t or purchased during the month District Xo. 2. r
IIX should beware of contracting -!I I bought a bottle to try. I am plesa.ed
: must do Is to get bin earning capacity of December and January illS received.On R. LaRnche.rottd work. 53.00 WO and .. rrlt.f.
catarrh. The cold wind that did. for It brought "i x>ly

whatever It may be. and the right opportunity motion the public road as laid out District Xo.3. rain, slush and mud of wino" 'r are (*!*.- I..1' It only took about two lioltl., awl I ilouu.I.I"f,1

: r In contact Then he Is on by J. M 1. Sanders, A. S. Dixon and N. M. T. J. Cail. road work. 585 dally rxtad'.ioive to catarrhal dvraugemenu. this luoliey will ..pent."eau .

t L the road to earning his living and can Fish is declared a public road. W. E. Hall, agent, freight----------- 25S Few women escape.UI have a firm friend In B *, awl I

y, t say boldly that the world owes It toe The contract for painting the courthouse n.SUhKruad work-. 3997District OD the tint uymptonn of catching: nut Only atlviMj its um to my rivoJ. but .,

him. is awarded to J. L Mobley: amount Xo. 5. cold IVruna should lie taken. It fortifies have IurdlM'veral U>lt!** (<. 711C tutho .

.Sf Where the little joker works mischief $2.I). Franklin BrwJ.. Ug. lighter....... WOO the system againtt cold. and ca >e without the mwia tu buy. and

\: and often throws an bonest fellow Report of I). S. Carlton, cattle and beef J. T. WIt4.'rs..1 work. 23.75GAMCWAKUIX tarrh. have noticed without exci>tioa that it ..
The following\ letter !gives oneyounfwoman'eiivricnoo ha bruuKht al>nut a speedy euro, whereever | -
1j; down U In letting him think that because \Inspector was received. : ri'.ND. ."
t with IVruna: it. ha been UJM*! MU' lbwJtrbing.

:fi\t\ he Is getting a living he is really Application of Louts: !Stoeckel to plant T. .\. Robinson game warden. .__u k 4000 Mh i>tl llocolicrbiii]; I* a |",ij>ular WK-iety .

t 5:. : i earning it and that prosperity has oysters on his riparian rijhu say riSE AND rOBFtlTLHK: : nsn.: woman of Crown Point, I nli.. and she If you do not derive prompt and salts

'r:_ .e come to Ita,. Place holding and salary granted. J. M. Sandrw, prim pro*. J..I.*. .t.UO writcg the following: factory results! from ii.. .e v{ l'.r..iia, .

rf. ,\ : drawing do not necessarily mean prosperity. Bonds of J. D. Uodmau, E. M. StokesII. J. C. tibert S tat) Rt>N>ntly I fcmk a long! drive in the write at once t<. hr. Iisrttnan f"l&f a
j i E The test Is 'in earning the salary I. Sutton amt W. U. Campbell to car D.H. 8.U.Carlum Brtroson.! ... 1440 13.10 country, and Ivini too thinly clad I fill! stateutt-set or your <.".* and !>.> rt iU
i what .. .. caught a had citld whlcli f.Mlcilonmylunc bn IllrA'II"llo give you has % aiuar>Wa4gratis. -
t by producing the world J.I'. Brown. 38.15
L II \ .. ry repcatinit rifles was approved .. -__ \ and which I could unrernt t:, rirr .
J. V Jordan witnneR.X.Andrvwa.witocM 1 00
[J wants. Trusting to luck or to the Bonds of 1-:. M. Jones, E. M. Stokes, .. ._ 1 OU shake oT. I had heard a prrat d..a1lol ,\'n'II" I>r. ll rtman, l're.ld.nt UlUrUtau

i world's generosity which Is the same Dempy Cain. W. R. Campbell, J. D. D. L. Gaolden cum. fe co. ct. S.ft IVruna for cuLls auJ catarrh and I i iI TI" B....Ur'iiu, Colur y..X

i"+t ; f' thing. Is as: fooltsa' a ,proposition to carry Godman, A. E. Campbell, Geo. II. Clark J.J. M.P. Brawn Sanders com., crim.on pn fines-. J.M.I' co.-it2.09 1503 I Ask Your Druggist for Free Peruna Almanac for 1905. I I

j one through fife. as banking upon and Chas. W. Schoonmaker acre ap- -
'ii;- i the smiles of a monarch or the promise proved. FF.DI1"U" 1'IIIiOSUU. rrN1):

1 7 of a ward politician. It Is true that The Wloninp' bills were examined and J. P. Brown (l't'diIlIJritiolltn ..--_. IW b JAS. PRITCHARD & SON ROBBINS

Piard < nrneil to meet first !
tf : the world's treasure chest opens to approved and warrants ordered to be I aJj Monday
: in March[ IJ!J5, at 8u'W) a. m.lreafnr. .
: f: golden. keys only, yet each man's key the .\
du n for came, this Feb 7th. 1 105. -- GRAHAM
. t must be of his own forging. TITUSVILLE FLA., _
t conmr MVESVE-OENIJUL rc: D. .. Caunot B* Cured ..sw- '
' co.Incorporated .
BTRONO"HANDS W. K. Walker,Co.(' m_..__.___.__. | 4WItAXVinkling. By Wai, they rjuirmt reach the .
'r' ; '; TO THE PLOW. ." and mileage.12 H watted p rl inn{ of the t'ltr. Flierr is only one SOLE AGE3TS: FOB
1 .. to cure deafut, and that is by nuiktitutional "
Of the vast numbers of Europeans M .. ( I'id up Ctptlal $36,150000)
f J. R. Miot 840 rrnirdie, Ik fuo>ni U caawd lean inflamed
li= 1 who annually leave their homes for the I. C. Jones, It .. 2000 eondiliui of the uiunmt lilting of the

. .s < freer of America Increasingly J. F Bdl.II II .. 2260A' : ewtarhiantutrn Wr.en lhiUibegrtinfUnied. This com ,any own land
atmosphere an
.. in the I Indian have.'
have ruiublioirmmnd or itujrf s-t ht-ar- Paints
tlL; 1; large proportion is Slavic a .8. Xorw iod, tt'ttbtrat officer. __ 19.(1)! lag you and when a it u entirely chard deafneNi Boydell trv .;n (lit' !Si,

JJ t fact which deserves more notice thanIs A. A. Stewart, making annual stat. iSCO I.the result,and anlfHtheinfliutautiunnin lie at Ne. Ititer 1 and on IU.- I
A. A. !Stewart texountant.3000 taken not and thi tube rcnU.rrd to iu normal range nl} .
i generally given it Last year some
\ J. P. Brown waifiiif on board-_... 4.00I. cundition hfariiu will be dmtroyed forever
!- 230,000 ;hers passed through Kills U nine out if ten air caused by raUrrb.
s can 1
lit : t and arrivals V. Brown, jailer.._.._...___._ SO*) a!hich U nothinx but an inflamed! condition of THICKS) Sl'lT TIIKTIMK&: :
> land their dJlly were exceeded
t .
J. P. Brown janitor.?. 8.0) the mu<>.u. -urf. (...
. t io only by the Italians and possibly lieo.; J. White, guttering at jaiibotine 25.15 We mill give One IfundrtnJ ItnlUrs for any Send for IaadLi.L ,
of deitfneMi (raDM-d by catarrhthat
1" I ; the Jews. rum Johnson pipe, etc at jailh ae It in cane ran
: ant tIP cured: by 1111' I'iUrrU lure tjrud for
V .
itt Properly speaking, the Slavs ought A. A. Stewart, niinuu-s fur publication 5 00i rin-ul&A. free.F : r 1 sir O"rU&T. .

not to be classed as one group. They ;, B, W*)"tr, paper for circuit court.V50 J. CHENEY A W.Toledo. O. !

1:1' are really a collection of twenty-one E. -\dfQt'att.. a MIAMI '
r"nlly! fill n the bct
fl' a peoples, differing In race, language and annual YtaL.10.14
rl B. Wager ad. Ut UL. 1 wV.
"tv ; religion. They range from the highly 'VIII'.l'E'S
D. Penney salary to judge300
(t : clrillted Bohemian to the illiterate
D. L. (;aulden. salary Pru. Ally .._. 33.33
j' ) Rotlienian: and embrace Roman Catholics : Cream
t .. Bowler ferryman. ..__.. ... 10t7L Vermifuge t
H! reek Catholics Protestants. A. Kessie 101"<

+? ': Lutherans Itoukhobors Frwthiiikert: .\. I). Penney h> anit; case-. 2
It.J.- < and a dUD ether wets. The" majority *. 2.W; a y J I THE GUIIIIIEEI

1 4,, come Austria-Hungary)", practically tf-K Wilson S(It'
rr' Mixed; Itt'adyfOr tin' Ilru"li. ;
J all the rest from nu. la-'olt' Juhnlfeory. i.uu ,

Sri: i ,. t linn* and Lithuanian The emigration J. f. Brown.K 13U:

,.4 : of the Slavs partlcnbrly the J. Pritchard i Son. Btdvt. fur jail t "6Krd Manufactured<
x( ;-' ": 1"1"- with whom freedom U a fetich Craw I'har. mud forprunutn s 10E. i \
Booker. ioque {"I-t. I TUU
f I though their country ha* known It not sTHE
(1' ,,- K. Myers i u jiit wet... 35" Lead and Zinc. One Gallon (
for v hundred year, and the Finns. barial__n. u_____. .. 10 WO. CHtLOft NH FAV08ITC TOUIC.
f t who have! but lately l Itat their liberties. ,.
C lUnM-l juror.. ... .. 1 f') SI.aa
i la largely doe to political causes.Despite K. L MeNertc. l.wi ers from >f 0) to :'JOO Square Feet ., ..."K.r p.1.1.11 .." 11
Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. '
their heterogeneous character #. T. Md-ulloujk 1.00
IF Yon l: 11I11'1-: .T. LOUI*. MO
the Slav immigrants are more easily C. .YCrvfX iu of Surface' io Coats.

I., t assimilated Into the American body II. W Forty I no gws up io -moke M* t! lit ; "nr nonry UKJHKuMt J'JI.\kWAl\1 :

i politic than the other new element W. A. Green, and mtlesge 1.-> ,1rt sn'igalthit Provide y r-rlf! with

because they testier' throughout the J. k. Walker Co, md*. fvr jail 34blH. rIlE: ix.rp.4XCEand Send for (Color l Card and I'riren.(

f d W. B. Drew (*<... top. for cka., of. 3 6? I MUtt In ItU t.;
: .{ country net huddling in the great rest -a cities. They have one great advantage J. 1'rilthar4 A bus stove ciks.c Jtf.a 5. i
_1'X: E Advocate, ktter Md, cx>. cum 523 and "e nil) t-roiride. th- relief: that sill! EAST COAST MEAT MARKET of !monttra sad MIe, h.4 tl>.. fIl ..
other Immigrants that their!
: 4 over n nrret$ rush is and fur Nrelsrd
1. K Mjeiv drU'll1 jury co. court 1(0A. ( ) mean safety an-1 su kcti'.n fir ><>aBut essay Ph-

; ?1: own countries are *) like this in climate \. Stewart. rrp. del taiea.. it'J -e MV it aa.n. !", it to day. 0. F. DtltI.lotitt 14, tfrrtn the...IbtrrtUlc4ft .......... atv. ...1a..a
t .. iat1w; Ie hslraast aM jj J !?Masian
and be
The Slav when
r: otherwise. rtf. of 17.1S ,
copra p6 pen MOP.GAX A WALTO.V, dfcf004a11 I ",11..11|| at psltls sadpoa .
'. ; comes beer doe not have to learn a \'U Wt-rley, cUaai&s c xpuoL" 3.00 I Wo4 Uy theIL day vi !(srb A. n. Iwk( .
Tml\fLIF F'our't 18 franl of tk. mart lwaa. .).., p
r >
_ =- trade or to go to work AI a day laborer.lie TitirrtLc Jtdric Light (o" is Ma 19311
5 -M t1Grid thuds dansg th.l.ur. tt :.saJ..a., .. ....
: Blue furl I la Pennsylvania! grow* 3U.rt b.,.", ctrl!. U..4 Iu44rr tot rash .U tea ...

; wheat In tbe west! tobacco Connection J. MOBLEY ...tWtstm I".'bf 4.*, nU-d :.r.d. i.-t
tecvtsrtboa.e.---------- 5.M Ail tkat trwt .r .aM! Iylag: uaanty ........
r : ,. or works In tt! stel shop. it* t mrvikU .nt.d a tuILw,
f Morgan d W k'toc, penult* for add. to: T1P "VILI.E. FLL
aloe factories the oQ and Tau rt wf Ua .
soar, to u wtws I. tpa .....
., 1 btr1.U tbea things tie Slavs do't loRal ._.._._.. -. &,00P Contract r..r a";: kind of Paintitz, KILl Sl}! _1" rtag.5 net b.gisassg st s y....
a ; p-ur. r lana.... t3&tbsp e ss i 110 frrl .nt AM) UH bK Mnk of O* sra>..
at boose. The largest somber are t& Ub *. pats pr faro.. UiO Miminirg >lairin the t, Finishing a&>) "Ai'-f tM& eurarr u/ IkerJ wart.a.. ....,. fit ...
Har.pirg. at mo-t m'.trabe
k ftl-t t1'aelos111tk1e of PnasyIvsaU, miialyPel pncvconutrnt of allTITL'SVILLE wtrtLrr.Iquart.rofyaps l Nsaliet t1
i U. Frka. tarvtyias twur um 5.WJaa. With grad .orkrran&': rul't sad era .... sal,

; **, RntbeBiaas and Slovaks. They prvTktt, ndje. fer aptrs.. Jja tbtaax wteC Ai t4.Melbtart ...... Mia
art aa a role industrious law abiding" *" Sap poor farm Dec fork ujiee! oa the Eut Celt Kind!, t,.t Si rods to tir .6s of.

ft,. ., : surd ambittoas asd not at aU &k* tMJj u4 Jaa,.-. WOO :Spciay to1irted.! Irs me km slat ... wstautaa t..r sera Jwts IIl.11n.:

: HtBM who followed AttSa b tb* sack A. I'r aura pwr km.:____ 19.00 von rant aM gut my eticiU on it lipre al Maas Ie Ciusattl7.:

,. J etBomc T.T. 1ff1moft., ke db ufee_..._. 790. Prompt atuttioo fives to all aura. rURW.\ T1t: mf". n&, l'eI.. Led ....
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1 lllin.\T. :8IIU.&aY11. 1105 THE FLORIDA STAR '*$

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.ers, 'P. ))S constipation to VClCllbJc.UvcrpUls.ThaI r6u .r are.-, biliousness They cure, SAN MATED CIGARS :'. j.-' '.,

= alct.heldaehe. Have Made a t '

Wait yet-MMtadK er ... BUCKINGHAM'S DYE Reputationof : '..
'sbtll L Their Own. \:-
M 1
> NkIn..rt4111act -
t nmns. sr tsshsm as s r.sin urn,.-..s... _

The success of the San Mateo Cigar =,
.. A qui calm oWd was made to Frank S
IcmciIoetaoigo.( is one of the greatest triumphs
t ; Footer to the fo d1owioE piece 01 land, U>- GOOD POTATOES of the East Coast since the freeze.

,k- wit:-"Betdniunji *t a point 0 the eau MEW FANCY ItlCESTs
; tl a/if Phone st. Made from the ehoicrtt tobwvo that the of FToriAl aDd tb
bore of Indian rirer on the line btt weenlota row tars.ores of|o i sMakM*,AsI peninsula *
_'fJ a.pJu.W7-.uac. 8II nut ce Bis k tr tt PMuh. Island of Cuba can and wrapped rich the neb,, silky leaf on i *
iTukra prawn
1 1 and 1 2 on a map of th*sabd T_ obbwt."'" IHSKCcobk r.rodl1eP.
ttmon bm 01a"atiaaetfb4lhlxl. > Coast plantations, t! imitvtnr of the work has newer prvducw a betterutithr.For .
8ALTTTATOBT.Th of lots 5, 6 and 7 of Motion 2%. and lot 1 bopp.I'r safe bj all It* tattling hotels and club and by the Union Xewi Company

school board organized on Tnet-I of section 27, in township 31 45 R 33 E, on every train entering' Florid

day, 3rd of January had but hair of the I according to. the surrey of R. F Hart lord, PotashXbsnfir Twenty Sizes, Styles and Grades to select from. :
thence running north 40 30', east 273

r regular which to monthly attend to station routine of bneinece two days, and in fevi, thence at right angle with the abovementioned tat *br Ua$0.per..:
_line southeasterly 80 feet, =uA man jeoaaUs }Uds an sus MWOsuwq.t
to dispose of orh new and unfinished
thence south 168 30', west to the chore cf JIot ad q, iiu sits tars -
Jbosinea u we found awaiting oar action. ..... ahnpa 1 Lan. bet nJ
- : Indian river thence along Ole bore of ibis na 10 w-n. Seal lira UttWnisaew.
r Added to this, the *itaalk>n waa entirelynew -.. THE SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
aid Indian river to the point'of beginning .
to each of us, ht-tee rte had no tim GERMAN KAU WORD
and rontainbir one-half of an actr NlwYI -tJ NauM litres ec
in which to take our bearings. But daring AUaata.Ga.-vtXSoMbBflMSt. Are now selling Sewing Machine ON EASY PAYMENTS. g
of land, be the same more or lew, together
;c ; the month that hu elapd, we have

been able to.look around aad to some exy with the riparian right This --. ,. SINGER SEWING MACHINES ARE NEVER SOUffO' DEALERS
for school
land was deeded by Mr. Foster : TS E
f tent realize our position, and we find
purposes years ago, ard rot r.aed.
1 some things that, in oar opinion, mata The secretary is instructed to purchase HASBROUCKSTARTS Our Direct Representative is at your service. Drop us a card and )", 11 ill tall on yoo. s

this addreei .
I In the first necii place ry.I we find that there is I 1000 stamped eofelopee for office u.oe. Sewing Machines Sold or Rented. Terns: $3.00 down and $3.00 per EontL

The superintendent it instructed to
t : a very genera! misunderstanding u to I STRo'Itl! :. RUNS STEADIER, From 10 to 20 per rent discount allowed! for old machine*. All make of machine

' the condition of the school finance* confer with Mr. Jorgensen in the matterof (.an"HiIlt:\TER EFn IEXCY retired. \\otJ'1Io, belts, t W,, for all .!lido uf machines.
011' reestablishing the school at Grant for a
th. county. Mat of the people are 00'1 and uses LESS GASOLINE per horse
term of 3 months
i der the impreteion that the debt of the: Reams school ,ower than any other engine made. DO NOT USE POOR OIL-For UM on sewing machines w riling machine*. bicyclee a

acikool fund U a email a&tir, only five (lr'' Request of patrooiof We continually deinonetratv this. and fur all ptlfl1Otl\'ll| r.quirintta fine lunrfr nt,the best i.tfectwape4In,
No. 9 granted. the end. Genuine SIXGKU OIL t tAddreee
I nui only bf ohtained at Singer stores.
six thousand dollars, and some seem to
Financial DUteiucat. Commercial sizes 8 to 300 horse aA
WHere there tenor indebu-dnew when
; To UI>D. A.A.Stewart Clerk of Circuit Court: Special light High speed sizes from The Singer Manufacturing Co. .
in n-ality, the debt Then w" came into 20' bt :,")() horns puwer. #
Sir-In with section 3. chapter
r office was the astounding sum of sixteen I 4333 laws of Florida. we hereby file with you Cocoa Florida. : y

r thousand and sixteen dollars and ninety the following Itemized statement of all moo. Benj. W. Jerome _. .. _
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t lea received appropriation made sod warrants
cents the interest which calls
even upon blued fur the month ending Feb fob STATE iGEBT, Organs. Organs. Organs.nepsirt'd .
fur a monthly drain of about eighty dollars 1M.

for interest to the banks of the awn Warrant outstanding aj last report WEST' PALM BEACH, FUOR1DA. -Made to tN and like new Price (3. trop us a card when ) hart i

: ty. And right here we feel I called uponto ant7ICbouJ food.._...f 15.799 37 fohn White & Co. "'or.Cor us to d'). A.Mm-s J, M. M. BROCK, COCOA, FLORIDA. t
Spec.Ui school district No.I. 6222
say, that while the nwourceaof the 2. lMoM LOUISVILLE. KY.FURS __

; public school internets of Brevard county .- .- a. .73 INWieW INt ; E. L. BRADY & BRO.
M .. 9'J.9:! 16O9Ct 62 e.-.......... ,
i: make tike deb* a..reOnl'to your creditors, ..rwn.. .. _.. -- j
: yet the good people' of the county %re under Warrants Issued Jan. 3rd. 1905_..... 39.00 r d .

a lasting debt of gratitude"_to the Warrant issued at this meetiuy- tod Hides. GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS. :

officers of your several banks for the County school fondbixrc. __.;_.__ f.Q.2,! : -*-..!-
school district Xo.1. 130 00 We handle produce of all kinds. W e are agents" fur M jV Fertilisers. Wen ttt'aI..rJaainy J
with which they boner, and .. .. ----- the above lines of li, and .
pruraptnew :. 70.00 2.OX23 go> solicit the trade of all eunsttnttrs. Write as fur prices** 1
the tow rate of intmtt that they charge Weekly Heather Keport..S.DKPlRTMtMOr Grain and all Groceries,delivered at your lUtion. E. L. UKADY A RhO..Tlnnu.u. FLA. ioo

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Total |1S 553.04 AORICl'LTCRI .UTa -- -- -- -- -- -
upon your school warrants, for all pur- C.
f Warrants raid in Jan.- El BCIKAC.JcriTEK ;

r potwa. (QOl1ICbool fund....___ 44395 I"u., Feb. 11. 1905. R. V. DOUGLASS, :: ::
Were it not for their promptness inr' Spec.Ux school district No 1. SO.ftJ .------ -- -- ,
-- ---
Comparative statement of temperaturesand
paying your warrants, the teachers and .. 3.2. 10793.73 53.53 rainfall for the week finding Tuesday, httalrr: in.! .. General Merchandise
others who from time to lime for various Feb. U, JW5 ,
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1905 1904
,a purposes become creditors to the school Warrants now outstanding1 17.08951 hn ---- i
follows DATE. MAX. MI!*. MAX. MI*. '
fund would be compelled to hawk at : 71 79 W consisting of netJtbiDIf- j
your Feb. 8. 78 ROCKLEDOI FLA.
County school unduu..fli,614 Dsaally kept io a ,
warrant for song; and were it not for Spec la*school district No. I. 161.30 "" 9. M 6S 10 L'\ 6est... .... eneret.ton._.. -- -'--::': --:::::::-:::::::::::_ j:
.. 10. 'i2 W 73 \5
the low interest which they 2. 100.0SM .
exact your N 11. 75 M 73 63 --- -
b 3, .00 ..
>: debt would be much greater than it i is. N u .t, 9:9:17.9'9.51 12. 7S 73 f\Io 55
13. !S5 69 tI9 53 A. B. HILL
Honor Hrevard bankers.
to county 14 i'I 5* 72 63
bands of 4<5.S4
Total rub in
Another item of interest to )'OU.l' believe ToUl raiufall for the week. 20 in.Ikpartureralnallfurtbeweekminus. 4"
,' is the fact, that the rather liberal Deficiency of fund....-.._ $17.1-S. 67 iiicbea.IVp. SANFORD FLORIDA.

allowance that Will made by our predecessors Itemized receipts t'OuntllM"hliol fund- &nure rainfall since JAU. 1st, mini,

3 for the conveyance of isolated Cash oo baud at list report f W 73 3 t!) iurbes. H. P. II umt'f, General Hardware.Doors I J

pupils to various schools amounted Jan. Recd.. from.. Ux.. col." Ux 1904( 51.77 Otiirul in Charge.

hundred f., .. .. polls.. m!4 300
S 12th, to near five dollar r r 19u3 500 Sash Blinds Cement
' N .. ,
four months t'nJircll..t date; and this 1t4 12900 ;

} board. of course excte
precedent for the balance of this Rion, > 1M03 ._._. 643 .Id7.90 SEEDTIME

j ,. which will about duplicate the amount SPf'Ci..I l Ui so hwl dist.Ko. I- GUNS AMMUNITION AND FISHING TACKLE'' 4 4

for the first lur iuuiiih! making;in all for I'axb on band at last report, f 110161 : }

ole thousand Krc'd. Tax (\.l, UX 1904 .... 838
the trancpoiuttvn pear .
1904 20 c7 Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fittings.Artfiiin .

dollar., an amuuM that will constitute linnpL: 1HOI43.! 2.81 213"1 ''
.. S ...
and InvV! a [ tatty iuilr and P'hinll.- f 1
? aUml 4} per c.n,. ">l all II.. tione9 that :"I'cdallllll"boul diet.o.2- Tin Shop uiiJt-r 'UIII'Jtt..fll r.r.-uan It".., nit. 'I'tiu-tit.g, IU.inng and Job t

will 15 itiur "lit ltIMi t trout now mail t"b on band at last rep.rrtf126 5 Work prompt! atlt-IJ..I :
Kcc'd. Tax col, Ux 1<*>4.... 17.5-S te( experienced farmer p'v
the end of II. &-... Mr.U ..
is }
M w M a
.. 11s4 68.10 has learned that some Sole Agent South Florida for the :
ii UMII.O t\ the tonlracts made befoirwecnii.t .
> g t t'ompt 191.13 .011 tlll.cial grains require far differ- aid at the same Ux trhool dist Xo.3r ent soil than others ; Hand Cultivators and Fertilizing Drills.A t

time, limit i lialiil I.) the prreedrntenta .,h on hand at tact reportt129.o7 need differ- .j
some crops .
.ie f ur It r trrl imlfof the prvtielit Reed fn.tu tax coL tall' .. 3 4JHec'd --- -
tram tax rot Ux 1904. 5 64 flK.13Specul enthandling than others. -4r
mUical in
term, ilite' u I" changes
: Ux school dirt Na 4- He knows that a great If
..I.ti this ternt..t .
sdntttlrtratp g :Cash on band at last rrj, rt.1973 deal depends upon right
It ia to Uii: '"4 h J acct mi tike will I Kn-'d (mm Ui cut UX !9!>M .. 1.65
planting at the right fftrN
Kec'd front UxcoL Us 1904._. 1461 | 35iItemis'd
5i vi
be uimle, twit II"J f huhe.ty purp I time, and that the soil
fri:. titixen", whom :
% Neae ;" raw Twa1------------- I tm737 :11
--- : must be kept enriched.No .

:q 1Ie dire lufj-.ihfully rave, to cxerv.i expend.Co. school fund- use of complainingin

:; borne patients *>llF h t T.>*rhis.. salaries.. _....__-._.__._-_.f I.4B5 lIU summer about a mis- -s-
:< .lti' fo.l!> }.tuts rt'Ctal schooldistrirtNo. ,, ,.".
It F IhHl'isTT.J. 1._. \) .(-) take made in the spring. ,

t' .M DHKSU Trarbcra ularirs Spec. Ux srb<.>ldUtrict Decide before the seedis .

A J. l AKTkK, (aU 'nt, nek.) So. 2 :0.00f. planted. s ll .r '
L. KvM-r. hauling popils 5th month 55. 0 ,
It, U'ALKtK,
JOHN .:I: !' triln. tiS.ty)
'" .. TJSr best time to remedy 'j
tec'y and >o4 -
.. J I', (it..I1. 34,73J
wasting conditions in
> Ik U. 26.10II
s T .llOArJ wet Monday afternoon, Feb Andrews.. oj,,, the human body is before Take-Down Repeating Shotguns
B. F. Harderty.chw J.T.Wstern. Mt)
&; mtt prwr.t tt'.D.I.Iward" "'JIU the evil is too deep The notion that one must pay from fifty dollar upwards in order to jet .

man J. M. Orrel, and J. 1L Wker, :I J. It Walker, salary Burl fur Jan... 73.('i rooted. At the first evidence a good shotgun has fceea pretty effectively dispelled sues its advent of : t.
J \I.hrrrlL diem and Qilemfe 2320RFlUrdesty '
secretary.The per .. of loss of flesh '
r W.w) Winchester Repeating Shotgun. These funs fore14 wit *;n teach L
ol the I lat mtvtini +rre
minutea! j J t'euterty.janitor and wad No.6 i.'" Scott's Emulsionshould of almost everybody's puise. They are safe, strong, rcUablc and bandy ,f. i'
: read and approved. l MM ,. R. MaeMIiser. attrodtwpteacher
V/hen it comes to shouting quaUUes no gun made heats them. They
55 .t.rciatko.--------- cur rare
of teachers attending the II!
The matter J K. Walker. Frt. Esp, Tints, ete. Y193 be taken imme- made in u and it gauge. Step into a gun store and examine one.
a East c..w\ CliAUtaoqua, ducuswl and Ormood.Jaoik 2 lOt.. express, diately. There is nothing "re. Sal &4.. nJ a4'.tr a. a ".rat u'4 ,., Nt Ltrz. iJ&.tII" watagu. -; :

motion \ailed:That any terl '
pre Peter Rert5* .w.Sap. for >V SI _..- lAl that will repair 101 .
who drtirra to aut'n.the East Burt H. K. Dare.janitor for.Q. 2. ---.. iuiU wasted tissue more .
Chautauqua at Melboarne, Fla, Feb. H W.b6.-lJ.j.oi..r fur No. i S Ai lost f
letter head 3 99I quickly or replace .. .
E. C. A J orate pncbnf '
< 15th to nth, may do so either part or,I I'ee&leirart. state the N*.14 bl 27 t 4.1 flesh more abundantlythan .

the whole time,if asm-able to the patronsof 1.\| Ouenv Pab. l i, bucks .,----. .1+I Scott's Emulsion.It 1JYovT14 '
that this HAW. R Prew Ca U#>d cap icier U 00'AIDf'ric&n
the school, provided bowevr. T B. ('a., bucks 'h__' ..... :u- nourishes and buildsup ,
board will bear no part of tie! .ll'r! of 1 RMatehmk. t."Ihrmt1. .,-..-- r.-o the body when ordi-
and that each teacher Rank of Ft Pierre Qxsl azeots-.__ 1171 It's 10 to 1 you do if you are a tioirn e
pcb atundancf, ;John Henry,taking oath and draw.ingdeed nary foods absolutely (,o&larix rDon't

will be required to wa ie op the time kt .-._--_._. .---_ u.._ U'I. faO.
t I.. .. ttJB. prob. 2.WF Do It. he Danjerou.. ,- '
Swart r
; at the end of the school term I''' '1. typrwnt rag ,
; k. H. Bye iraofporting bQl&dI vsb anfyseata' 6to e. r We'll aJml it will r laria Uii it ia.'ttr .#
IVtition from dikIof Indur.ola a I pcpits ....___...,,"- ....__.... ::11\1'- t:' :1ii dt.d.'y cure tfrtd>. ves Vt .
for fcbool. read &lId !w"d0 S J. Bk\UDt. wHile istdatel! $>G ila. al nl
ing a .. .
4 B sure Has n1 I 1 1t
for action. J. S. Jwwdeci, Vl Ii)
superintendent of scltooli l'serve ia Uc toes
; K. lVkliot 430i} r1HERBINE }
cf Ubrt
The treasurer's report for Jan.was I&3, i .neper a tit is oa city the

petpkI, read and r.\CM comet Total_.- I t.UJ=: of
.-.a'd l- tAe >1ntMun.lav yea D.y.
The a..1j..lC1rflf'd )
S caocrlW.
and the reJevmed warrants ;. !! purely rertablo and aIdhtteiy teed :
March it 2oii<\ n<.
m ,
W. J. Nesbittfor SCOTTBOWNE to core nsxirLi" tick LcajdacLe. uliouaaas*,
The appobttaentof All ', B. HlEDB-TT. and it ascb, kidney and Bret fIT npinintat
6 and of W au. H.ndlelorSa4wa
wpmisorrf So. J It WALKM Sy iThairman

(IC! ruwd. The fW
sapervi of Indiana 409 Pearl Street SO Cents sv Bottle. All DnIuJ....
of t3.J. lM and 5 room Iww c, vitssiAi TitovtiW ;
ttttbool was aoeepted and an motion Jno. >. 10 acm of hsjnnwk J&Qft Eta NEW YORK .-

1Of't'"is..>r for lnd'wtola cm-t. Can Ee haJ cheap.: CIloa ,4 S c. sad fi; I
appointed j&Uo&
all <
d wai
E.,.B. Iebool 1!G. A. Frost TitoniUe. : cists RED CROSS PHARMACY.



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-I W DEATH'S:' SHADOW.iLooUe dare that aympathj-a. IImp.fLll I- iJ

.. too large for any one person when .
.",'I"< ., ,f--<.s J who die Risk
; w .. there area many forgotten We
9i? e b7 all 1
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Michel's ImpreMioos of IB u y self,tudy I made a miatake.Jfy Ball aMSportingGoods a
r x 'F;&;' Illness seemed to me to be abort Druggists Who
Extraordinary: Experience.JBBEiniEASIIIS8THlS
t whereat I was told It had been Ion*.
'> -:,,' Dr. Miles' ...............raw.,.,. I
{......".J.t'.. I put It down as lattice a week. Ass
.. matter of fact It had lasted four. I > Agree, If It Fails
_ PAIl FELT The H. & W. B. DREW CO"r
i iif meabered those stories la which a To Refund Cost.Of .

.. ...>., l quarter ol a century: or more appearedbut '
course w. reimburse the '
hf : Jacksonville ,
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'tt Paele. c........ tat ate a few boon. You know h1m.u4 trust him. ,

'.ff ......'W.r. T.....'...... ud u I.I.f Dr. Miles' Kervln U medicine for -
.1..1 P.r Coalarera. benrea. Distributors for the State of
l ., Dee..u....... Ik. FeU nat ... Preparations are being made for the It cures diseases of the Internal Florida.f

E. Was tratac t. Ele..... F *. i publication in London of a*weekly gins by giving ton to the nerves The tra.lf supplied at mancf*.tunr*' lotmt ptia's.

ft-> Wklck >k. rmm...Tkt W..... journal written for conjurers make these crjma work. Retail orders and club outfits receive csrtful attrvtlon.

& ad .. daa1MA TU1.. *f 11'..---I It U a novel th.orr-not of fiend f.If catalogue.
but of treatment first discover
't. P e.tUr DI"p pea+Ke. ;
: Dr. Miles, and sine made UN of
, ... A remarkable experience of J. D. Runvan, of .Batierville, 0 foul many wldawak physicians who .. --- .. ." ... -.. f
I-%? A'\ Louisa UkLel, the French the pecalur disappearance of his painfnl preciate lu value In treating the

t 01"'- tan described by herself In the London symptoms, of in-htre Uon and bilwusnt* If you &r* sick we offer you a ...*
to Dr. li"g's New Lift Pilla. He says: The "Simplex"OIMPLEX
r -.!. News: be made weli-l. Ma s Ner\1n name ;
"They are a pt'rrt1t1I'\'tnt1ly for dizziness, This medicin Is a sd nU3c cure
,it In all probability each of tu expert- stomach headache constipation
war nerve disorders such as has been repeatedly
tlt race when dying certain DI4UOOIWf ..fCo" Gu ranttl at Red Cross Pharmacy Headache 1-oss cfMrtnory. Siee $

whkb In the main agree what difference i ; price 35cREFORMING. use. Spasms, Backache, St. IANO Y
complimented as
( j' there Is bet: ea minor detail Dance Ep ff.y or KU, Nervous very

," Last February 1 undertook a long BAD BOYS. tration. eta 1 The Simplex -
Br toning up the nerves. Dr. ) Itk .L appropriate.
lecturing tour with my friend Giranlt P.estorattreervine mill also cure

The tour Included about thirty towns Denver Before Jmtgfu. Milwaukee Kihlbltle tear.f Skill diseases of the Internal organs J .; is simple in every :

Corsica and Algeria. Cross- a disordered nervous Iystern. I
to France
Jude Ben B. JJndttf of Denver recently Some of these are: Indi;*'Uon, e Its
1 : Inf from England the first lectures gate a practical demonstrationof lour Headache. Kidney Trouble, ksT ; wayandpartioular.

_.r were linn to Calais Roubaix. Touroo- bU methods in working with the Constipation Dropsy Catarrh. :

tag and LUneourt In the but named boys of Colorado in the Milwaukee Ju- Usm. etc. mechanism is simple.

town I struggled against influenza, I I venue court. The Colorado Judge wa !I "M e brother had nervous rro
and was not exected to live. 1 5 It does not easily gat
which seized me after a ,severe I the guest of Judge Xeelen during the r %ail Hl upon M-n to try l>r. )
1,11&.1 I KMitorative Nervine and he A5.
,' aard. At Troyes. where I spent a t Juvenile court and sat with him on the I fully rt."Ovfrt'"t.u remember now I out of order need re

L days, the doctor and my friends protested bench says a Milwaukee dispAtch to j i I )ou how when It I saved had my l.fe & few >... or
go. nervous
against my proceeding to Chao- the St. Louis Globe-Democrat After preach III merits to everyone."- If it should by mischance it is
mon .\wbere I was to deliver my next Berger Tensstadt's record for truancy I I M. l>. 1tYEn Cnrrx-tlonvtiitf.) \ any ,

lecture. I did not want to act contrary had been given and the father of the FREE you Writ a Fire us and Thai"* writ' fixed. The Simplex is fully warranted

to their advice, and yet I felt that my I boy bad declared that be was sent to I I Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Pins! the I

will would be weakened by yielding to school every day Judge \et>len asked I I Scientific tom Blank Remedy for our for Special Pain. Also to drag is an ornament to any home.

their wishes. Will is like the steel of Judge Lindsey if he wished to talk to .. your case and tell you what ,i. 'A

a tword-It can be bent too much. I the boy. AMrr'and how.: to DR right MiLKS It, alwlutrly MKIHOAI. Sold By

"? thought that by going to Chaumont I I The little offender was a nine-year- 1.. bQLl.kTULt1E li.li11.11t'r, .'\

' =s might be cured, for It was there that I old lad who bad-cried stormily and unceasingly

studied and Cbaumont and Saris were from the moment LU CUM.- I II FlemlUh uffrrlnc I INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE Titusville.

the towns I knew prior to I : .. ,
only my goIng was called interrupting the testimony I* often caused by l'rftl. I

to Caledonia. i every few minutes with. "Please, Judge 'sneers that tat away v
On reaching Toulon I Imagined I bad let me go; I'll go t<> school every d.\)." Be.irlf. of Flat It!}ck/ Mich., Pays

conquered my Illness, and it was with I Appeals and commands to him to stop have'lit'd Uucklfti'i Arnirn Calve

that conviction that I lectured but on crying were of no avail. He was evidently errs, enmi and ranrvrn It i ill. the FLORIDA EAST COAST RAil WAY.\
returning to the Hotel Terminus where badly frightened. waling tlrH'inir I ever f.-lImt. !'<
and brats nits, burns and K-aMs. ?: ;
1 Intended resting for a day or two. 1 I "Come right up here while I talk to
a felt exhausted and It was found that you" said Judge Llndsey, drawing the Red! Crws 1'liarmacy; guaranterd.Jap. Local'Tima Card No. 59. In Effect Jan. 30, 1905.

the influenza had developed into con- boy to his side "\ow. what the matter .

gastJon of the IWI," I ? Scaredr The \.I..tlOft .. ionN.Nouao-aaAD BOW*. MOITN.10ur1-ate/.

I rapidly sank into a condition that "Yes.. sir" rasped the boy between During the present war the Ja

I U best described In the expression wails. have follows the new rule Jt'nt 15 Nee Zi Na.231 I *s.75N74 ;H* II M.M
of not amputatIng shattered tollyN\ STATIONS. felly Dally Dally Dally
iruenille humalne.-the buman rag. I "What are you scared atr Daily Dally
the fields of battle but of
r.. it seemed aa If body hung like I the ..... TW S MftIMS SMftM
\ my "Oh. don't want to go to reform sift p 1114 p 1000loos auuaLt. .Jack.onriile..Ar. ra'lp
faster of pans dressing on them ... LT 1U ft
.. n.llie
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all I *
and I was able to regard It as no school. I'll school P '
a rag go to you'll let me S
.. ... .. SI> .ttp
the London (folx! M far out 92Sp iwploop a 906 ft Augustine 7i
longer belonging to me. Aa death approached go." I v t>s p IIUI: a ..... ... ...1I..un ..... . a
rounded Russians only one arm . 117 Sup SITS ep'S
and 915x 11 t'a1alh p
I became mere sensation "Well you know you will have to go blip \\21\1 p ;;

compared my state to the magnetic to the reform school if you don't go to been l amputated and In that: t'a :' p IX p !j;; p 101* ft LAr "......ra atka .... Ly 4t" p .0 P It* ftIWft
eeedto seeking the north when disturbed school. If the judge will give you another ann bad to be removed In ron- a.: p : lip tll&k: ufralllOp ''''' .. .. ..t&.ana .U 'Iip Slip 1110&

by a cyclone. My senses were chance will you sure keep your of trouble snpervenin) In all IU p slap .r..I'&D)4atJo .. LT 3 :aIP a 9e p71st
" .tn.napoeed-ooe another's wordr the bones have healed well. It Is tlt.'alLy .......!:>6DJ..'.... ." .Ar It* (> Ta.p 1101 tWft

dutiea.. I had disc of reading -Ob, yes sir; I'll go every day." that the gunshot wound from the U4K-p-I-,L. N4oltt ..... .. Ly -4Up -
. I ern Infantry rifle are less .. . .. 44
trtend Charlotte luu .... Bunnrll PIlIII
telegram !
r a my "On the square? You know a boy p I .
to life than they were In former j p t .. ... ,..Itupiint . nil
held in her band through my fingers who doesn't keep his word Un't much .i- 111" ft .........1J.lwIOrm\1o Wounds received In the lungs or ... l .q.llli.! /is.
Aa death advanced nearer I felt more Will word 1 UtI UUa:! ...... Ormonn lOOp :
... 4Wp
..... I>sytnna SsAp
ich heal 1 often without any 1111 IMP IIJ.
uneasiness than pain. I was gliding Judge?* Yon 4ir n... :... : : i2T K
Into the elements with two tmpresaiona treatment or opf'ratlon.11 '( 16 slap* P UOu t '::''rat.::::" 1!Is'dp IMp 10 ft1114ft >* .
"Ye sir. l6 p
I "lint or garments taken from 12&: p 140 p40pS2P . .. .... Itel Hill .... .IJHpI.JP
-one that of being carried away I "Sure you won't tHrow him down | 19bp: ....".... TUuiTillr ,. 144 p IMftm ;
and the other that of dlseemlnaUon teen are sent to Tokyo where ,. tart Up *
on a At the familiar 4"L' '
phrase a laugh strove JOB ft 1
ar' being .,.61> .. Korilrt i ja
Into space. I felt my beingdisintegrating for mastery with the sobs and conquered. ) pi&"P 142 p .. .R'wkie4sH ,11111'1 IUIPI
. .. .. ( alt1e "'p.PUlJp'IIIP > :,
Into tiny molecules. AsIn The idea was' a new one to the boy bile ,. .\ro.."", bb9p45ap: : :JJU HIp .... M..ll*>urne ,... .. I :), p ilStip
aroma spreads Itself in tbe air ort but It appealed to him. and he solemnljgave 43V: p p ...........!'rtftiian.. ..... ii ja a .
coloring matter in water, so was I being Tie I'ubit'! is arnu ed tn a knol\ 6& ..... .... M merle ... '0 III a
-.... : his word not to "throw the Judged of the curative merits of that great 40 p I 140 .... fort J'.r'I'e..... .. '1e>' It OSp'S. p ,
dissolved In Memories of 4 Sift 711 p p p ....... .... 11"a .alp
i. /; apace \\'o. tonic KU-ctric:: Hith-rti f..r ei' k 514p ..... .... TU-UU a
cinal ... .. .... 9615 8HpTit
bygone days returned with great vivid : 7 ..L- "Will you shake on Its said JudgtLlndvy. acli liver and kiilnevc. lilfY II. 'Of! Pi...... .. irnrnhtturt... i. 47 & el!
It)'. In Caledonia during a cyclone and the compact was nealfd trrr, of o4i St. Clair Ave., 714 p p7jp ... .. .. .. j, *1i a I Sus |
when the sky and ocean were of a uniform II >1H...JB>1 II" a ,
Then the Jude asked the boy what he 'Atltt1O: "For 1t.\t'I1AII\I'lfIth+ j wa I. wrrtiupu.r ( 551at; 7WpWfr'
J. blackness save where the waves t did when be '"played hookey" and if be up to dieI lia-l -vrranj an : \ ea 40p8UU 'L ssrp$ p "'" pl'r" 'A.&I'al..dkadt "'aw"a! 'Up.Cta .c

threw up their white heads to assault didn't know that boys that "played nerves were rwke<1; I e-nld not p aip _) PIU I 1'.lml1ucb j SOQ a'otn... 1"IP e'SPnvfIml SMp 1
't\f'IItI'al"'ti..b..A I TP9W{
1' 6A I.TU. Sap i
the rocks to twist the suction of the It.Inl.tor'" drnp that I boy confirmed the Judge In his t !
N: .on after beginning to take Flee\ iota p ;!I. .. ft Uu'-'r tempest thinking that we ourselvesmast I g 411S4 .
have been born of the elements.T Ideas" and finally admitted that be hadswlfxxl tern I obtained relief an.11II a '-'''' II'* p I I I.. Lrtu lUIUoiUi..n "Cttr a : p p ,
things" once I was entirely curM" tinarantt' imp M'tmi It seta .1. 14. IMp
t V) a'l1Jp: It 44 p I'10p Ar .a\\
When I had the tdea-that ;
dying same )
jg "What are you going to do about that K:t1 Cross Pharmacy, price 5tv.Kffert I -- .
k I was returning to the elements from now ?" asked the Judge. ---- --- --- -'- - :. ;..a"J A, a.1 1i'4ft..t "..... 'or' are .,, Ira..,' \Of and 10ietwrsn j
xu4i gkrlor' nr *.011'11111. a. .. ,;. .. .. .,,,.,,,,, Sa.1
which I came. At last I could only : "I JTOPSS I'H nit that out" of J.pao'. \lrtorle. o. Ja".o..IIt'al.1 !ltlan.I r.H! r < err q' t. r 4.

'l speak with difficulty. "Cros your heart?" aMted: the Judze Th> tp..tlmonr of men on the Nrwlmyra .

My voice was a mere breath hardy "Tro my heart. said the boy Is that even India ban teen JACKSONVillE AND ST. AUGUSTINE t
capable creating a my "Good. I knew yon were a good kId Japan's recent vlctorlt-s In the #

throat. The sensation of thirst disappeared even if you have done some pretty bad say the Jton Transcript, -- -. -- >a. u- ,< t1s rr v u-Vll..1. b. .'I'. .... ,n'. b Mr ;+..,j ; tIIIr"I I'
; my limbs were as heavy as thine You know. I like ron." .o\Dtl'' wbfit tin single \'okhy way of 5 'si!i tafy 1ai.) UIy j: 1'\1 fa n.tea h."I tt,.. h.l I.. h. tea,

stone Neverthelw my spirit was by this time the smiling lad Wit* jate :I I or exhortation: to the lllndjo! (' ._ .. :..,.., ._wU14rr_ II" er 9Urt ....'PS "i. PN .iIL ,.. ..raNjir
Quite calm tbe process owned quite In the same chaIr with the little black has been done by Tog
p. natural and my mind looked down eyed man who Is known by the boys olIVmrr I. Jrl'" and Oyama's arrauC -*. _A. ; :A..I'u\lIJltll:=.0 ,.: ::::-. .. -=. I.1.kvJS.II..H..a I.-
U' .
on oy body as upon a frame stretched i !S. Ut 1Ioa. ut ". I I. r. 'H "' 31 +s ** *'* ** ** :4a IH 'is r1S
the "Under of .
the -- -- ----
as on 1'.1',
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POrSJ' t had.a.+ .ta.5.1 I I..: "$ ;i ".':, tol|,
haIr !
In front of wonders whHher ..
It. One with the arm of the older "boy" clow 1:5K: ., iI) iAw."1'11:IT t I I.tity j balky .;. ii $ -

I": It will be life or death and that laall. around the younger; one. whom he understood .\ <>rr*.|H>otI.nt Tliu It.... .1..* IT 'j1. wl'ISI" 5"'a.' ,;;;; r.. .v :\I ;,' .. :;I'"' A" ,010' r. i: c; ;5'rY49be., +
'ftm ;.I\I'i..r.! i" r. 'i;.r. l.r.T."!!! .
The world seemed so small-too A minute latrt-they sb llk t:\\trlrnrv. Ar iakr.rtk jbM -i"i 11 eMarti._---. -- .-
small In fact for the human race not hands the Kith -- : car I'uiollian car 11r.n' e'ara.ud aut> w.. farrwlll t" t
again avlr
. f to be one people I saw the different therlnjt' of earnest Judge sincerity* I'Mvoice "I ran stron:.'lv' rrr.nll'.n.1 I II.." 1 Train v., ...r.>.m.--t., ... ovrar4" ', 1...._ "'.1.' ..n _, Irar ", r''. ", -.t'.r. ,. .-:.,...,
n..tctnl""r reiiiarkaMf f irai-v -
a :
..f racea stretching In concentric circles : "Goodby. little man. I'm glad 1 il'gvtJ"n. \"** <>f a;>p, our' t ..... J' ST At6tSTl..t 4r0N. II hl' BEUfl: 4F1 "IA'" **"h
around the bubble canned Time's
: dropped stone Iifore by was a met you"It tin' ni'rats', palpitation bra.lacl-e! Daly 1-_ _SIa SSlIt4. lallf. I,,..:y- __- _I tm4iye .
my eye .
rears+ ftrr nir ls with ttrtrrr.r i ..,.
f veil or fog. I could only distinguish! makt-9 nn difference h.w Olinmt'\\. deprr..ost and Inw *}!<. II :11 p LT I.T S F7w :.,"tICU"H.: la,'''e. L.A' ...100..1'. >* bi4V1.r; <.4. t M. .;N r.m at n n...<.t, '.
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In the room by their stature \Ul tw. (.. I"I> .q .. ,., .'* .L' 1....'* A'I' ..11).J )
f. persons inn-1* have u,1 11) Cure }ou, if are Iba-t a aiiHj-se I t'r-l'1ltl.1II p nr f't 'r .JI> j l.f &> a > .
,, L. t. H ..f.. Ft 1 I. .1-M.:' -r ,
t They looked like large shadows trouble nh oll.-trJ.tion, ca.*-.. S. mine f>r a f?* d ': : 'A' ?rwrrr-.I I"J t. : Ly.II'S."r: k(..a>t .,. F
I bad a vision of war; the field, an kuiney or iiirr trontIr: U.!! .-kr'i I'oek c moved mv mnipart: I .on,!er 75jr Ar ""

!tanxiM a blot of blood covered with Mountain( Tea will mate .\ou \\ rlt. A,i pV .rll.a: on viffrnrjj; or -{.rr.tlr .... It ."a. 1'1, ;, 'e. 4

;;. the dying and the d.>ad. Riderlesshorwe ',.ur .lru.:4i n.......'. ou worthr thingwhen I,1, TYIy .U'PIJtT tit,,, .hU, ,
and s 'rfyr
-- i pr.Hmrab > cht-ap -
r. were stampeding away while in When called Into court on a breach tie: at Ilrd rrt*" !'haruai'\ :.1-JM-: 4 ::. p'LT larbv.r.. .:.. Af % ; .
the distance the battle was in full .1..) a S 14 pLY fa' wash ty 7 : I .. M p
of promise case the ready letter write I j ji
L I "W Jjt
C i L' AtUr\v rftcti
.,.-Jcc. Mothers children! and old .1 ft < f A'I .
people .a.I
IT .
: p
understand why the WiN can mats Is.+ imuLl.c br Urlralal "' i ii DC it pjAr .U') ," ;
crouched together aband Dfd. Fire -- -
love with his eyes Snob n.. U an Innovation In I 'a.-t. j UIi
l' IU up the ruins of their home*. Then -- ,-- --- ---- I laity ffIIllUTtAO t2TLsWJ.' ......
female stnN'! My Mary i Ii -,
f I saw dn and caverns inhabited by The .....hllw of print. I i L5 s.!: .
I la Rj '.ry NUirtx.&e, tout a fut IBA
wild beasts Invaded by prehistoric The MJVP that rurwithout a tar i-. i i IK .Ly kar.t ,
I i" M'ItOrl: amor ortentalaPerfrte H',- rlt1 j. L.PtSLSSUUR teen a
., men with torches their bands These ht k1'ttt's Witch Bud >*he I'tit*. b. ----- -
took possession, to be in turn drtrenout : tall?. brntie'i n-l rn** d1IAPI-&r U-f>nahra larla....... I : ::IP'P'
by thvir accessor carryinj IL.L Ihr! (1of this < ? n->* tf.r.> th," AND OCCIDENTAL T CON'iLCTiOSS i AT KIAHI.U .

tights of science and of art !un fineof prtn Mi* H M MiJdV. Whf'rt' tt.Nt' ur t t.-> bra fet-ho ---

;> How did I return to life I caaaotaay. ton. Thr*.. Il' sy: "l war ....r..>o1j' ra-inC'e .it.l worry in tS hf>! I.4t C..KCtk AJett Miami *uli; Skambks .f IlK P & 0 S. S C.. ss; Fr
a:?lnt*t with A fever Here that .a* very' I Wien A fiuUJ 'hto.r i symptoms tf
I know it was I ml sod cruel unf.iJ W.tth ,, t1 U .rfrct !
IVW.tfs Hi-i
j NI I rtr n. j a>c f'fiY 1I HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
pain to come tOiTHker pain, as it were curr i roe tn ire( than a "t'I"k" UP: Ii..' : c .n, to the ani .>rm "ntv o! C '. I

after the molecules comparing my r:nmre. SoU! by Rod Crra'1'. ,ta'n's (-'w;h I:.>mjy in the t -- ----

body bad been d'jpersed-a real paint !e Eu 'ja .te Pharmacy, 1:1. tr.&t d,.raMMrs.. M I B root T1=-Ta.eaaww tar : -.-' a: w.. .c :texas .ay '.c -1;' v v, .-r f.. u4 41--.,.
i .....,.; .... bci u.r arr r. '.t ..r.w'" -t LSD ..1.--4 .t*:.-l u t 4 ,..ra/
Gallic II' ; ; Md.. in -akin ,,! !z J:1 the &ur.f.I/
to fed the current agatot me. wfesreajI .I *itt. { : .. ..._ ...
.. s +rdsn u. 0CI1;1 t. trat f f9W..oa. A !.t say dotL61 (t' any : '; had been floating with St. Was It tteajtapathy -- - --- per*' ic* in ll>t.? oe of Ut rwn..' fxm

"' cosing from my friends tot "I tare a world of crntiirnee in I -_ _ __ .. .
a to rtatn's CltIln F.err iy for I t Inf.r.abi.w
tc* ooabic with the good care ofCharlotte Far
W 1511I it with perfect Kfct**. Mj .
and the skill of the Warned t !a tu q lyre, 7..ew Guar ToI -SEE THE TICKET AGENT." "
to t ma P'.4 5" erti5rr.I lan.!. is stiTijrft! to ere Jttwkt t.
... I*. Bertholet whktt mtored met One sod always gives ::
hltrprompt D. Jl..AHH'Pnt.. G.n'L P.,, Agt ST AUCUSTlNt. rLA.
thing struck oe-that 1 Best trfAlm tJ1J J.
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= 1 )e Brytiil Tells a Umvertit/i The PMUppin. Islands are rapidly Russian Ruler's Faith In a Few ,

Alumni:What They Are.KEOULB8 acquitting an' the dlrtlpgntAJBg en CASTORII
bJema and Ancient Pieces.a.pmtltk..ty .' :
:J- pfrqalfitai of an lndep dent -

government,. wy a Waghfagtoo

: lEOLEOTTUL 6r PEOPLE special dispatch to the Brooklyn Eatta.

They hate their Mparat curacy, ].- HE IS SE7EB WTTEOUT TEQL For Infanta and Children. 'ff '

'. e dietary .D&i'cooxtaboluy tM are now J

% l' CUK L'irrette *!... aad tat to be provided with a dUttactiTe rut
BeUn.. That *... The
:: 'Batt.. Oily.the ..I n..c.I ..... Mai and coat of anna and an exetastreertes Eaatu1I c.... Pn'e-flly Pr.l* t Kind You Jlave'

...t..k1. _... .1..1. tfca c.uu. of pottage atampa 4
R1. .. .
ItK The coat of for the Aa sseIs-arr. They 1
arms Philippine
e4 .. rut .
: They De Set r.. Ta.l t
Pawera ,rW Ndgtsd *- Corernment was dcviaed by Gaiilard lay" Hiw Fr._ I.... .. .he Always Bought :

SatTlca-Uca* Hunt the state department authority Wer Once .....Mv4 fcy a B..L 1'cbblePrcpYrlaanf cAssth -
.f a Batter
Day Dawaia*.
oa heraldry who consulted from time e
Tc.1zurt1 e
Wllliajn Jennings Bryan, who recent to time,with the offlcera of the insular A few old eastern toms are infinitely the Stoasds anlBaweis cf Bears
more valuable to the cur than all the ting
addressed the Alumni association of Dnmn.of the war department ia mat-
fold in the Siberian mines. which are
Syracuse university at New York on ten relation to the history of tbe Islands t
says a special cable dispatch from
"!be The coat of arms consists of the
; Appeal of Democracy to the Cultured SL Petersburg to the Xew York World. .
ri old coctt of anna of the city of Manila
Classes, eakl in part: For Nicholas firmly believes that .
L granted by King Philip II. in the all- P molesDidestiosLCherfulIlcssaldlist.Coatalltsnitf
"I hate lost.BO opportunity ia recent there coins are blessed amulets, which
tee tb century. It ia superimposed oa r
' '7t&r$ to make the acquaintance of the a classical United States shield and protect him from all harm and most Opum.Morphine nor>fiociaL OfI1.OTN.utcoTIC. I

m people of tte east. Something I said surmounted by American eagle Underneath particularly from death at an assas I !'
In 1S9C wu taken not aa I Intended It sin's bands.
there ia tn'artistic acre!!.- on
"' .. 1, said something about the 'enemy's which the words "Philippine Island Never is the czar without the coins. ., I

r country.* After looking at the results appear. lie has more confidence in them than Apr arealDStkruFTJLzRS.

of two elections, that was true in in hU soldiers bayonets to safeguard .
aense. The great seal will iw the same u .! t
But '1 did not mean it In the the coat of anna except that It will ta hum when be goes among bU" people. I At. .
It Tbe silver pieces Jingled In his pocket Jt.-o.J.Ar.
: way wu interpreted."I .
surrounded by a circular lettering contatning IUf s." n
am not embarrassed in so far u during the ceremony of blessing the
the words, Government of the j
Syracuse is denominational in its leanings waters of the Neva a few days ago I
=s Philippine Islands, United States of t
because my.mother wu a Metho America. when was fired the charge of grapeshot 1WtaSI.

; dist and became a Baptist to please my which might base wiped out the whole =- $ Use

father. My wife was a Methodist and Th tTUkl became dates and alL In the shower of bullets !
.a Presbyterian to please meAa One minute after taking One Minute 1 ,Sour StoflUiCh.Diarrhoea,
my father took one and I took an- his majesty displayed the greatest ..
Cough Cure that ticking in the thnwu : Wonns.Com'Ulsionsft\trish.
other from the Methodist church I gone. It acts in tike throat-not the sangfroid ness and Loss or SLEEP. For Over
3' -: bave made up for It by attending a flomsch. llartnln*-good. for children For was he not perfectly! protected by ,-

Methodist church near my farm for two A. L. Spofford, puetiniiter: at Chrster, the coins the possession of which he facsimile Signature; ctGLftffZGX

1 ten. Mich., Hays: "Oar little girl was 'uo- regards ss another manifestation of

f- <: "I bare always liked the friendliness conscious from strangulation during a divine favor Thirty Years

Of the Methodist church, and there is a sudden and terrible attack of croup. The bead of tbe Greek church In NEW YORK.

doctrine in the Presbyterian church Thre dte fK'f One Minute Couch Cure whoae nature religion and superstitionstrive !
1 half: an hoar apart spredily'cured her. I
that I do not like, and that is the one cannot praise One Minute for mastery, obtained tbe coins I1
Cough (
of election. 1 have bad a good deal of, too much for what it has done in our faru- from Bernhard Tutnauer a Jew, who
trouble about that both and It lives at Iladautz. a town In tbe Austrian CASTORIA
religiously ily. always gives relief. Sol! by K..l
otherwise Cross Pharmacy Titosville! Eau Gallic crownland llnkovina. Three years

LXi "But I bare seen{Ja light through thecontroversy Pharmacy, Kan Gallie. altO a \\"ondf'r"orkln rabbi from the EXACT cOpyorWaApptf.
r orient was Tutnaaer's !'.t. Departing K
jnie -
of ..
a southern Presbyterianand _, cwt it"tar. CorMaf_ _. w__.arts, ,.'",'
the rabbi rewarded the hospitality _
Methodist Loth cc )red parsons. To the Cur .- ', ,_._ .'-" ... '.-- -.. _-- -, .
The Presbyterian explained it to my mperlal minion swollen with a pride shown bim with the coins, saying:

satisfaction saving that there was voting That reelu to heaven, not pride that still "My son although these piecvs taay

may rear seem a poor Sift they will protect ,- .
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going on all the time. The Lord Aloft an hoBt brow to face the worIX -----
was voting one way and the devil an- But pride that buIlds itself on craven tttr. those! tar greater than you In time of
Gnawing thy vitals like a stinging worm danger." HODGES & O'HARA
t e, other, and whichever!' way the Individual ,
That tropes a deadly way to death more
voted the election Lately for three nights In succession
near. nCYFALO
HU''F. FL\.
"The pleasure 1 have in meeting you the vision of Alexander HI., tbe czar's
Who thou that bast Tutnauer and told DEALERS ISO MASl'FACTUKEES OP
is that art dared to crown father appeared to
I bear a message to you. 'Democracy's

Appeal to Culture' U my Now thyself In this day of brotherly desire him the rabbi' coin* would shield any YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS

theme 1 do not speak In a partisan! With power of a God What rive the one who wears a crown from a violent LUMBER.
warrantTo death Tutnauer pent the coins to the

sense.**! would of cast strong equal men Into the m.1,. Russian charge d'affaires at Vienna, Fruit a.xxd Vosototolo Oxatocs.
to culture
speak you on Beneath
thy toot the deadening
behalf of tbe people at work-the common slime pour with a mettsage'whlch vividly described Estimates furnished for complete Rill of Lumber,la be delivered at any point on Fat COMV

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(peupky you will That is not Of tyrant power upon their sacred Ore his triple dream. --- --
$ term of Much Impressed, the charge forwarded -
a reproach. uncommon By what divine decree. hast thou yetspurned John B. Stetson
a people are nut so Important as theythink the coins to his majesty: who most UniversityDE

4 they are. The common people The long, sad yearningquestion of thy gratefully acknowl;f'l1 their receipt

t. produce th. national wealth. race The few faithful who Burroundt-d himrejoice LAND. FLA
Or cast thy fellows, oft more than thyEnchained
"Real culture la not alone refinement peen. that the coins bate lent him

of taste and intellectual attainment : In some dark vermin wrttWrtg confidence. They do not seek to disabue Affiliated With The University of Chicago
place him of his belief: In heir! protectIng -
.4 and capacity. The right sort of CUI.unL tll' Illicit *L .\ICT'i
Where Shame wit gaunt by women' -The Un.Ur.l are thune or the I'imrnity cf l'b U(().
culture Is an enlargement of the capacity Ihrlnkln&.reuta. power.Before "''ttUou' graduates mtlve! thfirdrgrrr from both M<.t!on and !I1ilrag.
for service and the willingnessto Whilst thou swept on nor slacked thy the czar put the coins In hi* tntt.tIr or L\WGraduataof thttCollege" 1'11 law ia 1be44a
Improve tbe opportunities culture wanton pace? potket they bad l-wn Med at the Imperial without exaoiioatioo. j

gives. The cultured! people bare not From what high universe dividing laboratory for any Insidious IINson )!- ('oLLUIt UF TtCIIr.UIAHa'-ff''haniral. ('tar. Elrrtncal! : Knginrrruijfao4 )1.aDIla1 ;

been livfnij op to their responsibilityand DraW thou thy wondrous, ripe brutal.power that might lurk In them. Training roanra l.auling to d.tnu Fine tarn tmiiiltuj, nelly HjUlj'mnt.

opportunities. Ity? So the superstition which tnthrall" the t'LLEiEUrl/t'EIit5.rUitkinz in ail iu l-ranrhm. f.tbkeepinyivytw.t i tecethudt
Elective> in other n<' rtoifoU.Arr Faculty ait-t r.,mtH<>ilM, l iWiig.
"The scholar does not do his duty to Ii It from Jenus. standing thy gate czar u completely as the lowest of his open ( u "
I And murmuring "1 lttle children come tome raoujiks has msnifiMod itself again., 1.8,1'.tnITURi 'AlttMf-HMllat. pi 'p're the people of today, and he hat not ," Mil'bpn.l'bk! 'N and all flret clmw (:ulltgr*. !
done It In the the While bates lie bathed Now be i* reconciled to the loss of ZooMs -
pa!!! Democracy, In gore about thy ult'r.'L"U l'It.tCIEtKlirOLl Kiciltrtxrteii to Uau'Allt>oi1Hn,. 3Priaury 5
spirit of the republic appeals to culture feet Golaczy.; the eautlful little wo- and Or tum r School iu "'-j"r&te This Jvb'ji.l r<-|>r Uily |>rr|>aifs labile tKhwlaher ,
for Justice, truthfulness and sere With more than seven wounds that gape man from Poltava, the charming mystic tc #
Ice. We do not see so much of the at who conjured pictures for him on aaerc'en. Ml Mf !liCIIUCU.fll,1.I) l.i...- organ. adoua sully

brutal sin of the past like assault Oh. horrlMe! Thou God who ..*.t ththlrits. .. I t The dreamy profhrte;es Interpreted tbonxixh mttro' of stuilyAKT i

and and but the meaning of the dull, consed. HdKMiU-Xrw fttsiilio. Gttlycantamoels! tic.Stctnoo .
battery robbery blot this from the earth!
Help us tu waving mas w of light; she sum- ha a faculty of 41 pnfrrors anJ !inMniHun. Thry hold iftr. fries I-It. (,'01.
there modern sins.
are Count In divine the lives
f thy memory entity of Chi...aevv. Harv rJ, \.\\r, ihtrttuostb. That cs,t Into this chasm their noblyworth mono! to please h"r; elf and her Imperial
"Food Is adulterated, endangering
Rarkiifll. l'fll..n-it of Mi bg! n. IlrnOllf.n and uthrr i'nicenitira; There are overt
:; life. Isn't it a strange thing that supposedly patron. Her seances gave him hope. f."If.rUI I')in blJil.iiorand tiiutpntrnt; 11.,1, a quart..r: willi-tO dular.aduwa"wt. aD taduw-
i Christian men will to declare And From pant thine to own RuwU hand In a "JIT 4Ur.t dying new need birth I. ?be showed him the shadowy Japanese 1 j t'I'-.J library uforrr 13ese Totamt: a lantfnl chaS.1itb nUy funiiihiogv lneh Iintttaiuht
i Seeing before darling e u'ks. I I glass! w indows. Toil |*iDticit*. a {KM**)**) pile organ,a irn-.nMiam itbrwtuiitt! ri'aritQ
dividends neglect to supply their menwith -IxuUe Morgan Sill In Ilart-er's Weekly
Unluckily for b.-r!'elf. tie Golan !an t-n..I.*nl albrtirf.rM.! rnuuiof tnwk U-nnu court. >*....!*)) JumoaJ .m| cnJifva. W-
safety appliance and allow thpM"rtd t.jiwiiauiif golf, rowing: and otbrr *iirt. Mrai tmildio' for rata sort WMMTB, Ate
We:: '. (" of life through ttrf working W hat ar.> they fChaml was not content to deal alone with the 1 lame Utiorattinrs (.r Cbctnixtry, 1'hj-iini. itactrrtolofy Vitternloff<1 BbL.ty kural)

of chlldjvn In the f factories .rain', Stomach and IjverTali- I. czar". fPftA and hope the promised i lame mawnpn and _fv.>i.- tlMtrc iifbt. dentin bciK steam brat cement walk. shell
In U-U. Anew 1lIt'! Momsth trubff to tell him what the rand dukes w ere reds. bn..l .,..ou"", oarlOu. nlJ.ou .bnJt..t.-ry and tries;rwiai literary, bilillil'll rod ulhrtatndents'
"There enormous wrongs > '
are tluli Ur kftorerrmrwiu (.tlri.tian and not M'tt&rlau tea+hing. The toatia its at
; what his ministers
biliousness and l anti plotting were plan- ?
considered constipation a
method* that are sometimes i t..nliful..t hmlthfui. and the etpen'r. are taw
%. respectable. I.ook at the great swindling no, one. Price 23.:. For ale l.y IndCrn ning. s'fce disappeaml, no one knows I Fur j ttft Vitrft. 1'1"11'1. (< sad tnf.rm.tton addrc t the I"d.nt p
+ l'harn1acy. wbitter 'JLIM
i. e- operation In your city banks. .. --- --- '{) II 'LLEV: .\. 5 1.! .tbIt", IlrLand, Fit
There are ('ages of bank burglary by One of the Lets that a wise man will t.eollaw thrnd. ;

odds far worse than those for which overlook is a U>t on a care tip on a An eight or nine toot channel frttnSt : s 4}

men serve terms In Sing Sing Peopie horse race. Louis to the gulf could !.* maintained
', trust the great nameof finance and I
at small expense, according:! to B ABD ARD

are roMxtf by fraudulent fluctuations Mon men would swear off on Jan. 1 the government eaa tneers. That will i

caused by watered stock. If they could do It by proxy or by IssuIng da for a start says the St LouU Globe. .S y.

"It Is too true that the cultured as- orders to the tired man. Democrat but *>rae day biz stir i will .L-: ::": ;I: -:::... ..'./I 7.
? tume thenwlvw to N superior to their traverse the llu!'! !ppl and Illinois .t

brothers and begrudge small advantages No roan can realUe bow the modern tietwern the gulf and the Iskw. with -- retl- i

to even the tens cultured Tbt'rreett'tt health faddists would look askance at St Lout ss the rreat mMporL
the cultured Savannah Columbia. Southern Pines
Indictment sealrwt tbe pies his mother used to snaked :j
't is not that they do wrong open Cmnrvr Cvrod

ly or willfully! but t>fot'1tu",* they stand check has no library merit yet Its Mr. W. \V, Pruktit. :ootni .6..l.j, Ii!., Richmond Washington, Baltimore. "
MJe la the vineyard and do not us* .itee: rid l/th. l ii)i. I taj Iten
magazine editors morel
are always aD
their powers for hefpful service. Thetrouble pleased to a crept-\ "..ff..nrg >*-"f rsl v 11ft 'filth a rancer oncny Philadelphia New York.SEABOARD .

is that the collecw do tit -- -.- fate, which tavr ir.v great annoyaiMT "
and not tV T' in-1 on r.M'" itching 1 wa"uutigltelland's !
much educate the \ TfJ.C''IDIl Mary .. .
snow Liniment for 4n; Int. end TflfU t.1 .,' k \1 TH1. iAll.t' .

4. heart Is the ruin from iJeslBof the bAn" through an srrhiMit I rufct*.i ,..m e ''fth
1 1 ban never any. girl of Geo. A. E>Vr. CurolrUml.! M.Ie imimt-nt on the en w thing that cmild b* construed a* arraying write"At the sg* o/ 11 nwsniLs.our amt! itoUnt nrist-f, I drcidt teinsntinI .;

: class against class I do not beUT little eirl was ia declining health .a in o-r the hnmtrct on the cancer

+t that therv are t'tt1u*s In with serious: throat trouble. and 'ao f.h,. iu a sfK.rl linntKr ramvr came
heaven and oo why can't the two wrian gave bet op. We were aJmnet in fare b"'.-! op and orate i. not \tot' J>ghtet IMttiiFRN

classes pet topetber bre on earth .le palr when we mwl..t to try lit sa oar l.:-ft..I bare impiirt: faith tn the .t

-rb. scholar must be sonjftbtag King t New l)10iC.01'tfftr Cbn amrJ4h'\nand ITnu flf this: prepa.'i'.Km.. std it r.1noot !"! IAUN ""i! F\IFI: .i
assess c:* ds. The first bottle: racerelief t. Itss hill'll+ r-coma\'o-Je-i 25.* ,Yt:. Tl
than a simple Tit. :'rabr.sToJ rk'ritb J.Hnt! .. a .d ,...ttof1lf..t traIl sd
after taking fr bottle she wi and U.t(1. For uS\;: by 1r.! Crt TIM- "i.c&p .w.qty s ;
humblest' human being! la greater ; of 1\11101. is-, stand
new l'1ipDl'M--ttjnlr l"rya >ittlfn. htasc1uSL
cared and is now in perf-cl hf'Sth"f'ff't
than the greatest statue. I am not a --- Ot rtatiiAt nr-, 'Jf..ratHll trtareii ""t t b.N-I'A! arod J a..kIlDrJ'IilLw to s.. .. iit
fail to relieve s eoogh or cull. .\tIW
better ?TICK loll !l1't.CIL LK.I"L%TIOS.'ill "O'I'k13 W.tllr ern, i ti; rtiw : : arJJ
4 pcMimbt and see today thing Cross rharma. fjOc. will)) atitgt. 6 ; : k"f1'W1:! 1 30 p. aFor r(
y. guar
and better time coming. anteed. Trial bottle frw. \atUc. IartbJ tiles that t!. :r.n- daiie, Inc.ll1-Slrl ? .rAa- +
i.t t1'11 t4 the VftCilare of th.
4 toward the asaocJafjofis .
The tide great -- ---- wee of Fk n.ta U iu rtpWio.o Gt ,\. I>.
of wealth is tum! *. and the lied f.v tbe p.trte et I 'l"""rnl 1 D4 fence law, ONLY LINE
Bght of a better day Is dawnlag. Hers I.) rater thAt 1f'C'tkn1 tC laai tytat .. :bto c-.s .
theta and everywhere there is an awak"l ASTORIAFor ride -A &:..a. river B.ur.a rttk, in (rxratitZ Deily:: Thrwlb *rpen fri"a .'ark.aa: ::a I.) Sew ra'aratk a .'
tM 1U1 of !leads. wnh tend !uau.t... fej.
> the civic conscience," Infants sad CMMrea.Til !
ca'j:: t&ax of refuge rrwrrtttan. toO the tilt lafunnsuon and i:-jr r'U t. tt cal: on -eateird
h4. and Und n* lace are (lAd Yi Kin I AltijsBaars Bought MM by UM AtUc&c t -.&. *c U, br U. te*a to any Il""t.t, teorwrte .f.
Beautiful eyes .
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eloquent commewJaJwn Bright eyes I tin A .f Paeans car A" to trvt*!* a prsulX \. o. MACI'OSELI:: C. !;() ''i
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I****** Koeky Mountain T* nuke ot X S" Pun. .
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...: i' ;:{.:;,:., ;l Home Made
j.,: ;.- F.spt.'cl&Uy rrftnlin Fruit Gronicj,Trucking and '
m...;. "lJI"'1!", ': ;:.IIftIm: General tanning? if so. MlwrriU for U I............
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.,:=. (ii f ... Have cake muffins and tea biscuit PRICE 25 CENTS PER ANNUM.
..Y M'-J: co4xaostirs. your ISSUED ONCE A MO "U. SAMPLE COPY FREE.

.; ?;;: .'.W.L. Rughktt U enjoying a visit home-made. They will be fresher ADDRESS,

IW .Diet stn''iw.Mw.IL !L Wil- E. Y. BLACKMAN, Editor, MIAMI FLORIDA.

mr litmus,"Rjpoluo. FT*. cleaner, more tasty and wholesome. -# --.. .. >< ---- .- .- --
fl.t Mr. Soyder and family, who bate been J AM ES: PBITCUAED. Present W. M. BKOW.V, Vke-rm d..t.
k occupying a put of Mr, Packard' boose Royal Baking Powder helps the house WINSTON 8. BBAVS1NG. CwbUr.

.,' : have moved into their own cottage.:
=.:, "'"t Vacation next week to give team wife to produce at home, quickly and economically INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.Authorised

if; .aodpcpiU an opportunity to at tend ". .
fine and cake the raised
1l portion of the cbaataoqaa cession at Mel tasty CO"O" 'JY DEFOe:3ITORY.: 1

bourne.Mr. tpital...,_.._HOOi'OaM
hot-biscuit puddings the frosted layer I'a.ld ap l pit&l ...._...... ... !3.000. .
""i:\- Miller baa parcbased the Diton Average ().opua ta._.._.?., .$;'OO.\lUI1.O t .

.11 lot:Joat east of and adjoining John Gore' cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and TEANtiACTS A

,'a W place on Mulberry street and will erect a General Banking Business. -
.,.., thereon for fa.tare .
ft nice comfortable cottage
4t-'tJ muffins with which the ready-made food
A babitation. r Largest and Oldest j

''-"q'l$>- )lr. CMey bu to improved the Sloan found at the bake-shop or does Hank on the llirpr.
grocery Exchange mvht .rul Sold AlI'
3* cottage and prembet lince bit purchase tin
Isrf \ Fun-i ijrn Conntrie*.
knows where they airat
;: that one scarcely
, a* they pan along the highway. Let not compare. .. Patron,r a(>]>rrriatcd." Prompt ccrvkc, ipolitetrratm.ntandeveryfavorcon

_;: the good work go on. '. Royal is the greatest of bake-day helps. with:.'niT ti f hmtking grsated.intent a r Cixi' .,. f
of Corona much (n'laJrUSm"i1'S: -
The Citizen* were very ;
=;f.,:' hocked over the sad fate of Mrs, Brown Empire' Trust ruwprnt, X. Y. Florida f
: Bank A Trod rornp hT,JarkionvillcFia.TITIIRVII.T.P\ .
Jt x. wife of Archdeacon B. F. Brown, who ROYAL RAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. J i

,,; of Marks church. Cocoa .. ... FLORIDA 3 I
St. .
had charge ------ --- -- -- -- - -- --- .
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'::1ift 10 long, Every ympathy i. felt by the Tilt f'urdatixr Is laid for Mr. J. I The Misses Jennie M. Chance and Bessie - .- ...- ?
,: :.' community at large for the archdeacon in II. Derby' new rr,.idemt> on the J'it re- r.l'lllhPrlrhln Canton, Ohio, are the
; .' this most trying uooble.rl gently im renamed, lost w>atli! of thePettfe I guests of Mrs. Carter for the 11 inter. PENNEY & BRANNING,

and north of the A. N. Clark resi
Postmaster Scboonmaker has secured
Mrs. C. M. IVaujt-an and daughter Jt"I-
mr.-. the lot next east of the town hall and dence. It will be a fine residence and a \!ie fpent a few days this Seek w ith bl'r f TITUSVILLE,

...-f.-',;;, will erect a fine little brick building in large on*. The brick work i is to be constructed parent: Mr. yard Mrs, It. W. Cioode.Re -
which to boose the poetoffice. Forty of the new cnmprrwetl rand
a new combination lork boxes will be pat brick, ryanafalurv at I) l.l\nd. It will Dr. Davidson! arrive! TuewJay
in and every facility for handling the he artistic and contain all modern im- rnlOl Wa-hin i ton, I). C., to remain during Fashionable ClothiersGents' 9

mtUa speedily will be secured provemenu. fir Ifcrliy is from Sandy the oeftiion of the chaulauqua.

A The Wise Guys gave another of their Hill, N. Y. The Mi ie!>e8 Agnes and Fern lihba and

:; popular hope on Tuesday night and everybody Arc You IUtlr at Sight' I Matter Frank Gibbeof! Bay Hill, are the and Furnishers
bad to dance to keep warm. While guests of their sieve, M I rt. Dr. Peek.Mefgre. .
And har&tml by a bad congli Use
the excellent orchestra made merry music Ballard' Horehonnd Syrup, it will secure 1 Wm and T. J. Wallace, James _ .., -7

cupid and jolly old St Valentine gazed yon a und clerp and t ffm a prompt and A Wright and John Cailey, of Sharon, j 1( The Jueen Duality Shoe fur lailieit U the \

:- on the gay throng with twinkling eyes radical cure. 25c., &:\:. and $1.00 bottle I I'L. were pjett of Mm. Carter and Mio* .:i most stylish alld durable in the world. In ;
and beaming ,emile, and the arrows flewthick
i at lied Crotty I'hanuwy Carter laM TUt"ICJay.Tht'lloullt'boat '; addition we keep the famous Mdelu: tip anti
and fast from cnpid' low, as the
Turtle, bound for FrI'ierce t ; Vossett but'S.11
little fellow never grows weary. I hhh rlavs" goods to IN
and Palm reach, left Tuewlaywith L found here. Manhattan Shirts *<. & \\. Col
Another cold wave swooped down up. Lucia Terry returned from Melbourne Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Roildiman and
IltnSft.tMJII and Knox IIafK.f .
the oniinoos
on as Monday night and from Saturday, Mr. Chas. A. Winters on board.
'a report u to the drop in temperature -
Several parties (tow MrlUjurne visited Mr. and Mrs. Insinger and two children
faces for the trees
there wan m&n11l"ve ,
:had began to grow and the little tender Eau Gallic this lu't'k. of Germantown, Pa., are guests r Anything and ewjtliiDg tbat .

abooU of half inch in Dr. and Mrs fionth went to Melbourne Mm. Thns Meehan at her pretty winter
growth were
Jength. At 10 o'clock p. m. the thermometer Beach Monday in the new launch Carlo home in the suburbs of MeIU>un>e. men wear you can buy here

registered 48* Tuesday night. Rev. Dr. Kt-iffer, of Bradford Penn.. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Blanchard of Norwalk -
Wednesday' morning was bright, clear and Mrs. KeiJfer are (jue&U of Indian Ohio, are pleasant gue u at Carton .! ,

android but no damage whatever hadbeen River Inn.A a"llIon. Mrs. Wilkin!' n, of Yorkshire -

done by the cold.KOCKUCDGK.. number of our citizens attended the / England]. i* among th!
S opening of the chautauqua at Melbourneon at Hotel Carleton
WednesdayDr. -

Valentines flew thick and fast on Tues ,. C. C. lliothantl wife will take a siiium.Msrs. .

day. trip to Miami before their return to Ohioin Nolle and Terwilliger are shipping tl;] SCUYLER & WILSONABOUT

Go and see the bower of beauty at theE the cpring.Mm. oranges.Mr. .

JaJi l' .bazaar today. S E Barbonr ill"il'l'ln| | + the l-al- and Mrs. Carl p, Kuhl, of Golon- i

'; Matt Julia Coata. Alabama! is visiting sine of the orange from \Yadn! grove !. la, III., are expected this week on a visit I FIRE and LIFEINSURANCE f

., relatives in Rocklodge. unhurt by the frtvae.Mr to relatives.

*' The elegant houseboat Nirodha was and Mrs MrNibb will entertainthe Mr. Clarence\ C. Alvers, of Pomona,

anchored 08 Rock ledge! on Tuesday. card club i>n Tuexa| > eveiieitattheir pent a few days with his friend Mr.

Barton avenue is now receiving the at. new house, Craig -\I'l'm. R. L. IUin, Ian week.Mere. -

tention of the good roads committee.Mr. Mr. and MN. S-.iltnan.! h. children ?pwr, Fraker and Brainlet left J TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA

# A. L Hatch bait gone to view his and tna'ul.of Kn-'Xti !"e,'frnn.areepend-! I Wednesday for t',eir home in Georgia

., new pu&e&tionaat Christmas, Fla., where Ing the week at Hottl >. rue. I II Tliey will greatly mi*+ed by the young

be expects to move in the early spring Mr. Dunkkr and a arty from lintel pt'Ol'le. __ .

time. Sarno left fur joints on the lower river I Mr. G. C. Kohl and MUses: Minnie 'J U.WAI.KEU II B MAIK.

Mrs. M. E. Hill, of Cocoa, has opened Wednesday in the Dunklee. houseboat. i Jlass and Mayme! Taylor er;joyed a pleasant JOHN R. WALKER & CO.

,her fancy good and millinery store in Mr. Chan :>iHitlgra>t>, of YVUII : trip H Titiuville Friday in Capt. ,

j UockWtfewith Mm. W. H. Bower in Ohio killed a lare r tte! 'nake t..n'l; Kulit's Uiat Shallow, returning Saturday.The .
Titusville Fla.
charge.Mr. a shooting trip this: wtisk. He.ill pnI I! :01.'alentine'l! party at Mrs.Huh1 .

I). P. Holuies }ta building a fine Il'rvf the kin. j! ] Tnt*lar evening was a grand 1101'C'S.
cottage for a winter howe in South Rock The Hrlen wan on the ways this 'i1H'f'k.i, Njmeron were the comical and IL DRY GOODS 'l '

ledge. That portion is taking on steady I haring new ivvi>injf sear attached toj j jI I wntmiental valentinea and the readin? ,'r Buckeye family. addedto the motor. Mr. Randall, hero-n.*r, will I!i c.f tile! Vfi>*-j caost-d a great deal of I rI
the setUement.Mr. mirth. Delicious! n-n-t !won be in Eau Gallic. \
and Mrs. W. II. Blair, who have fIo"nl"ii and all went home well eatisfi J CLOTHING
The Lodjp Mr. and Mrs. Hodj"on'soitfeiuv :
k been spending a month or fix eek. wish with the evening.
re *' +* drooraied 'lith&n**, ,
: .. Mrs. Blair's parent, Mr. Iud Mr*. C. W. '
fern, Chine 'lantern*, etc,, on Thur- :
Blakeolee, have! returned to their lion* # } ''
Jay eve, tI orvasion twine the Dlretinil GENTS' FURNISHINGS.
r' in New Haven, (\)nD.The ar a ,
of the F, (i. cant club. .
-',- Ilata U about filled with guest A'
and of the old fUndbjt-tliore who come Mr.LWHKNE, 4yersTake Y

year alter year-abo know good service M I rs. EH i. IViof is the gout of her fcihrr -T. SHOES

when they have it. Mine Hct Peck Cajit.VL 4. ,
:, knows jaM how to plase his gat" ts. F
Mr. Walter! Clark hu returned U Lie
cold easily? Throat
Mba Alliene Wim! us the g3et of N"e. York hotne.Rev. :
lender? weak? j-3 MILLINERY
Lungs Any
}fro and Mrs S. W. O'Brien., at !)..yton :
Milie.Jt.-e Walker paid a visit to relatives havonsumption?
: ,last Seek, and on Sun-tay, she, tu'tht'rwitb ,,
returning Monday.Mr. Then
a cough means a great
Mm. Luarcey, of New Smyrna, and
Andre MoAdams of is
't> Walton nf Itaitona i41 '
r. pun!ur
the guest of his titttr i Mrs. John t.JoJJe. CherryPectoral FURNITURE
fur Baby O'Brirn at l ht-r cbnrtrning.Or.IaiaofPhiiDelphafevor .
Mr. Fred train u having a new not

: \\tithe pat on the Mi!mer buikhr.g on Frontttnvt. ..
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Sunday eight with t-o Wsutifil, deal
Miss Loci Perry, of fAn Galiie, "is to you. Follow your We want your patronage.Our .
hich M Jaatri
everyone apprtciatnl. r. doctor's 'advuc
the of her friend Mae Sue Carter. and take
? Matthews, of Bnukijti, ie'.J the !t'f1"k" last gust merk.Mr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It aim is to please YOU.
and Mr. Bemis rrodcrvd AO ezotlieat'eel heals
10 taaio.4t and Mre. Jerome Reiiey and ttklr strengthens, prevents.For New Up-to-Date Goods in every
I* eta'. t rt 4a44 e* a, r
daa:hur, Miss Lush, are{iwls of HottlCartoon : Ovw is' Iff b'a The launch race booked Lr the 22oJ la k&#w tt C-MI j nnnr.m-t ....11 for the winter. ) MlU. r A tw1U.S,
' : ah eratinjmnsi.lerableintenet.lJjc *rw .U icUfr- t .1 in the Tt.c1il.eltlts3e- Mr. rod )Ira. G. S. Scedrker aad t.o ,, >..,r.Y r';...a& II t......iris: \ .._. I Mail orders receive prompt and
: fer
.it.:.. of Mr. 0. Cur' launch, R ,d1)1)od, atilii children hate rrtarord: home after ft r>iittg -#\ careful attention.
?h. hu promised hu winomr* to iu hbrafy several months at Rceelaod.Mn. Weak Lungs .

r +uR \ fuze!. It tuok first prize UH year,f 15, Will Sub Dajtona.. titter-in- j ..
'."i...,.;, :-- -" s.!;\. ._>.ith. Mr.Ojrmr kiadiy donawrd ta the law of arts C. II. SKwart, if the get o! .a'lts., :. enrAyof .R-roe: th' aCrbtty ntho r: JOh 1 WALKER & CO. Titusville Fla.
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