v''Uf,' of ,
in bloom. The hurt so many touts slices fp' .1 wa 1]"k no.n
if. trees acre nut by and hearts The rit>ipts after all!\ ex-

the rmriit Wild peL pt'n"r jai i acre abut t2('.".. The GENTS''

r taisttrViUm i it enlarging the ladies: had some money on hand anJ to FURNISHINGS

lobby and putting in taG dozen mw they acre al.leto deposit f--) in the _

? eumhinsli I lock boi g. He alPO! taU bank, with asuulliam! in han to commence Ayers I

arrsugtd for the rot en?rr to meet the a,:ain-a pretty good ihowin for a 2t SHOES

night train at the junction to despatch tit months' or initAtion. 4 d

and bring in the mails, whichal>a before The room wu most U-UrfuUv! dn\ f- Tf ----

',_ have been carried by. rate and the ladies extend hearty Feed your lts : I h II ;

I '" Rev and Mrs. W. 11 Hall! are nicely thanks to the gentivDien, Meeera. J. J. give if snrnctui ,: J..t'; u a. MILLINERY s1Iiw

domiciled in their nets home, the M&.IW!. White, E J. Tarpley and Harold Baker, I Then it will stop l'i.e, ar.J .

They hue a lovely l location and the for their great ho! .iltann: in this: work, will prow !loss: andAyer fc-av.

building spot L r tlu* nv* church is ultl. au.. \\) all who ivutnhcu-d in any any s riair Vigor is the only iFlair !

It "tll I* c>,>l tn LOUI1.Ud: and the bulj- for the buocua of the enterprise Trunk
are e prcialj! dae Mrs. J. C. Paali$'>nand FURNITURE.aaii
lug ill d.oa! to pmd ftJvar.Uj from :
the iaoumtng trite*. MiaK A. R. Pratt, vision, who &>, indu Vigor -
trvxialy currtpoo Rev. J**. P GilUghtr, a utmt pastorof I .
the reuu oblaineil in reeponge w ith ar- We want
Roo>aa ltl*>;w CU.Jrit, of Put tides for the bwiaar. hiirL.J uucanbu> For 60 your patronag* fOur

burf Pa i* a guest v{ )It. -.ml Mrs. A. years a lias been doing just aim ia to pieaee YOU. ,

H. McKewau. Iv. ilill.1.l will hold Po.u &at Iim aUi. what u'c claim n VI ill Cv. It

n. ferny at taw McKtv*uvti&2 r At 9 a.. m. The power boat rv tu at P..A."kkd. will not disappoint you. New, Up-io-Dat Ouod In1MiE ry

NQJ61 teonur.gto nLUh all JturuJ on the ::sd, caoie off at the appointed A,a.u fwd.. .. ury .e..t ..11f1-u Line.
a.a. "J'I"'a Ii"r \4' .i..rt Ltae ii wtwt. J
r; are cordially! invitei Great .
3 crowds
time -p. m. gathered sr.adws : I.\to. It.c.u
TU...i.... a ;.wr-t'.." \ i ..ti w orders
rr & ? ; Mail receive
Hotel In4Un Clttr.Hd..ty.. will give i along the tasks of the river a'.e the __r..tt"""' ai tar I..'. rnmpt aDd
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; grand toeLdii n lk'ranJ twi! tncnuw: contest and the river itself bas &!if r with careful
Saturday e,,uil'.. Frb ixK, to I* held I I II boala. fUt al: .. b'(.tts.:. for t.c,.....t.w.cShor .. attention.

I ia the parlor of the h"4ei. V,. ai and The event of tbi laoruiog WM the

''I ttstrueiit .a! m' we' Chi; be rvii.irvd by launching of Mr. CI$). Gtagru MW boat *. Hair JOHN H. WALKER & CO Tito-rile:! Fla. j

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The Florida star

Material Information

The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
February 24, 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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
002071719 ( ALEPH )
34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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


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the !eglt tare of Florida Is soon to Mo FKBSCAKT 27 1905.Jm .
"agaw .* lit ram fat Art Bappsstaaiw4 X..U.. *f Wish I. oIal 0M4 Ie cDAr, Carr of CTWU .f .Pt....tr Beat
meet wooldit not be for the benefit of ... uplodate
tr" "" T. shoat Ttt1Ju1U. myi Is Br..'.
us all to d'acnas oDe of the more important line of ldie turnover collar ever
The Closed assortment of Cake, Bread I Dr. C. G Feigel arrived :Monday from Oyster in style and
Industrie of Brevard city and the seen in Titasulle, price from :b to 50 every quantity! at

'w *&4 flee'a& F. ;Eo 0. Grocery '>, state to find out what laws shoold be enacted Fort Pierce to spend two or three weeks cents.Ladies' F. E. C. Grocery.

>Mr. W, A. Wanwck, who. i* speeding to regulate the catching food fish? ia Titosville dies, imported white, and well black worth taffeta 1260: silk each gir-, Mr*. J. D. Sams, of Ctartenav, becamea

the winter at Eldora, rear Oak Hill, We all know that the fish caught in Citrus stock grown on high pice land. Monday's special f 1 49 aba a lot madeup member of the order of Eastern Star

:we. made Tax Bus a pleajant call yesterday Indian river are ocean fish. It would be Indian River Nurseries, eeUblirhtd 1SA6:: of white and black Liberty satin really Tuesday evenin.

'moraIa,.. of no benefit to protect them here and let Send for catalojctje, Toledo and West exquisite, well worth (J 00 for tl.&S. Mr. S. O. Vanlandinjrhamof Miami
IVantiful quality of brown tnlltantine ,
GUI bella cracker an iiqniait them unprotected Jn other water of Palm Beach.! rame to Titusville '
Jan and go 3$ inches wide, very stylish for skirts or Wednesday to meet by

',' fine or IOGttnt hoods of,all _description the state Aa it is now what benefit U Washington's birthday was qn'etly! on-- shirt wai t fUll, worth 75 cents, Monday appointment a Mr. Summer, from Ore '

; c : bate jtul been rewired at the Red Crow'' the law tow and what protection to the served inTitnsrille by the po tomt.'t', the only 59 centsWhite lando, on a business deal.

:4"I. fish! We on Indian river are not allowed hank and by suitable exmi** in the drat 44 hrilliantine inches wide with, very whitesilk stylish polka for Red Crow Pharmacy has just receiveda

Mr. Isaac Denby returned north Ian wedGe, but seining ran be done in St. public school. shirt waists and shirt wai't suits, worth new invoice of hand mirrors, lun.ome!

Friday, leaving)1 no'Denby here to ipend Lode river and around Gilberts bar, We have the finest: line of toilet soaps 150 a yard, spttial 9S cents wuvenirgood*. handkerchief and glove

the balance of the season with.her broth* where, as amaturol fact, the greater ever offered on' the eat coast. Prices Navy blue mohair bnlliantice, 44 boxta. Beautiful lion of g<* inches stylish forskirts worth
er, CoL.' ttmore.I" portion of all fi.b in Indian river have to range from 10 cents up to aa high as tl.00 $1,50 per widvery yard, for 9S cents. Call at Titusville Limy, at rear of

:'":;. Mrs. Adhetnar Brady and mother Mrs. pan through, and where, at present, per cake. Red Crow Pharmacy.Mr. We will also place on sale a few piecesof Robbins' law offiw, for stylish rig*
to seine hauled black mohair brilliantine 44 indies
: s:J. Brown, left yesterday for I few twenty-five thirty are Chaa. L. Hides will deliver his interesting Leave your orders for hauling Loth double .
night and day. wide, the right price for this quality
f.;: ;c week*' twit with relatives at Stuart Mr. The inlets should be free from all kindsof lecture entitled "The Florida would be $.25 per yard Monday only, and single.! J. M. Qbn, proprietor. .

=. Brady will follow in about ten day. Putiticiafr" at the Titusville opera house 65 cents. I. W, HARPER
'- < net for at least two miles to allow the WII1 KEY pro.
; White India linen lawn yard wide,
: next Wednesday evening March In. ,
: Mew Jeppe and Peter Sondergaard fish to get hi and any fishing with nets I extra fine quality, worth 35 ants, special nounced by world' best experts, the

(I" } and their wive paid a visit to Daytona inside the limit should be punished both Admission 50 centa. II I 25 cent, also a lot of about 200 yards i 32ncheB world's best whUkey,grand prise-highest "'

jerterdajr and expect take in Rock- by fine and imprisonment make sure The Messrs. MeFarland and Bell Brother wide, worth 15 cents, for only 10 award Su l.oai.'orIJ'. Fair. N>ld by

: ledge today via the launch Ripple. that it would be stopped.If arrived Sunday from their cruise cents Etauune per yard., in navy blue or black, 46 R. L. Hollow and F. A. Lwley.

I' :, Mr. E. W, Hall returned home Wed. down the river, in the sloop Why Xot, as Mr. C.
seining is detrimental to and breaks nche wide, this material makes elegant S. Beater, chief clerk of the R.

I. : eeaday from Fort Pierce when he had avery up and destroy the spawning ground let far south aa Lake Worth. }fr, and Mo. suite former price $:.50, special f 1 49 per M. R, Jacksonville was in town Mondayto

Ld "j? wcceseful; operation informed for MeFarland expect to leave for the north )i aid examine Mail
os have a law that prohibits it all over Clerk J. A, Colim. who
White de Paris, 40 inches wide,
*< removal of cataract from his right eye.Y the state. One thing is sure: With seining next Monday.Mr. worth $2 crepe 00 per yard, at a special| price of passed 99 per rent on Florida and 100 percent

r.; Mr. E. N. Wattle received a ttleitra all over the state immense quantities and Mrs. John Wollmg and daughter $1.2. per )'anl. on rules and regulation

_ I yesterday morning announcing the death of fish will be caught for a few season, Miss Lola, of Leeds, S. C who have I'.ack nun's veiling, 44 incites wide, Mr. Chaa. II. Iknner and wife, of New
the kind 1 75
always f
vou yard
in in the market will and after t *en on a visit to Mrs. Wollin/8 cousin, pay JT ,
of his father from pneumonia Sydney price drop, viler 11\1 priivlIU). York city, arrival lit'no. few day ago .

t' ""'" .- Center, N. Y., and led on the afternoon that, what then Mrs. W. S. Norwood and other relatives r Mt'rcer:z.il Niieeno, in black and white on a visit toCapt. and Mr*. J..I'rihhard.

.. ;, train for bomf.ti' This was illustrated a few year ago since last Friday afternoon left this morn checkc. could hardly be told from silk, Mr. Benner being a cousin of Mr*. Pritrb&fll. -

MIL Amy A. Monroe accompanied by when we could eeinein Brevard. Fishermen ing via Sanford branch for Tampa and i male.inches wide iftiiJtrnchirt, ..orlhJ5 cents.aitlt a yard euite,3, at.: a: -.. They .I fit.:.. J.-VfKfttrrW. .-J ...f...b.....,.(.LnM..u IVO ftPalm .
were paid two cents for trout and other points of interest in the elate ere '
Mr. J. P. Cone of of Ikach.I'"inte. .
Ir y her brother, White special price 15 cents.
tSprings, were among the arrivals: in T5usville I, dealer sold them for four cents, in few returning home K'ubrniilerief! and lane at amot! one- ... are at work on the exterior of
f afternoon and registered instance at five venU. Even at that Mrs M. B. !Mahon of Washington half their regular value.
Tuesday the Indian
i; i ir River liotel. When this workis
there continued in the D. C. in Allover lace, in white, cream, ecru and
Iiidian River hotel. price was a glut formerly charge of that popular
r at the i arabian, at an unusually low prig. completed and some slight! repairs are
, : Beautiful selections in leather goods market. Bottom fieb! went for a song and winter resort. The Har.an in the Pines Chatelaine !flos, in all colors the well made, that are also now being attendedto
if dealers could dispose of all caught they at Lake Helen, and also formerly in known Lion Brand, 10 cents a Ik ill. the
and burnt wood work have just been re appearance of this building will
: did well, but they could not aa many a charge the River 1'iewat Merrill, Ladies' uu l'- delved at the Red Crow Pharmacy An bo greatly improved.We .
wiii.Ul, in and tan, latest! style toe
time thousands of pounds of fine sheep- was among the arrivals in Titniwille Sunday gray
t P. : : inipsciion U all$ Uiat is asked. You will heads and other food fishes were thro..nIYil' and U pending a couple of weeksas and sixes.heel, at a special price! of |l "9. all acknowledge receipt of a cordial Invitation

be sure to purchase these novelties \ to Xata",',
Banquet, given the ;
because the dealers could not the guest of Indian River hotel. Ladies' nightgowns, made of good quality !.
> Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnwn.of New handle them. of naioaoos, in enuletw variety of citizens of New Smyrna on Washington'.

Haven, Conn., who arrival here last Saturday Let us have new law enacted, uniformfor FOR SALE. ctylenere $1.50, at a special price of 98 birthday, Feb.rd., in honor of New

visit to )Ir. ami )1,,.. Scobie cents. Smyrna's vUitors. Every article tilt
f on a the whole state, that will prohibit The property of Mrs.I C. Culling cunsunn on
Mail orders filled of
Mrs. Johnson being Mr. Scubie's.leter, puree wines and all kinds of drag nets of fonte*store building mid 9 r/*jm theabuveiroud promptly*. on any bill of fare for thin iwamon wee: secured

espect return north next Monday. and hathe law enforced. dwelling, and gncrrv and restaurant bun JiLifsKuxt, from the country itMindahuut New Smyr
inetl know the f K C.
a* grm'ry store,
Col. A. W. Cockrell and A. II. King, We 'should profit by other states' experience one of the most defirable properties in Titu. viiie, Fla. na. 4

Esq., attorneys from Jacksonville, were in years gone by where fish a the town of Titusville.. -- '- --- -- Owing to the illiu-Mof Her. II B. (jit,

here Wednesday to argue the Sanrhrs few years ago were u plentiful as in the I h tuna pastor of the Baptist church, he

land matter before Judg*Jones, but made waters V t\t. K Fluriila;I V||X M today. but VJ hIP WHIP LJir.SS *la_t W>.T| A VALENTINE PARTY. The new addition to the court house ID auld not fulfill hit ..'.KJihhnt'n\llwr" for l

7 : a mistake a* to the dale fet for this hear- or none at all, have made the fUhing industry Thursday of lat wtrk the homo o( rapidly nearing completion. The courtroom .Ninday 1 lat, but Mr. letter, one of the

: fat in thoae state a thing of the lUt.FI.'I1I1JUUS. Capt. and Mrs. I' Nelson in South Titus will now he about 32x40 in size nlini.lt.rial.tudt'nt. at Stetson university V

The rutting of the dredge Tuinoka, at yule "a+ the Keene of a gay a Prmb&geliving againbt a room :11I3: as befe re. The held service! both morning and evening

the Haulo er anal was topped a few ----- --- -- the cession a valentine party given railing for dividing the jad,.'\:'.Und aud Mr tubboiis will probably be able to be x

f days the fir.l of this week owing: to a GRAND BALL. IN' OPERA: HOtSE. by the genial captain and his wife for the live oiTuers uf the court (rum the spectators here next Sunday, the 2Uh.aUf r

break in some part of the tnsuhintry, The dance this Friday evening Fcb24th IK-II-fit of the Priorit--itf Culture linkMrs. will he changed, running north. &.....1IIluthl .

which was replica by the Merrill-Stev- :? 11HX; promises to be the dance of Nelion, a-'i letl ',j the JUt'i't.8 (,If placing the latter at the end \\ ..TUC man's**u fHnuindn ".rn.. reltorre II
ens Company in Jacksonville.Capt the season Titimille orchestra will I honor. Mesdames Jeppe and Peter .Vm of the building, givug ample mom fort Lamp |(uriter. and 'hiuiitey| all sites UIJ "w

furnish music. Admission |.00. ,ilt-rk-aaril o( Perth Au.b..y\., fotOLol J u TOP", law rare and clerk! of the wort. PARIAN PAINTS Preserve Palace
C. F. Fischer ia hariog a nu'motor
-.- ,-- in the reception hall of her hamlomrwi'lemr The; jwdge's stand will be elevsted shout (:rinldreri's ulrip. ,,tft islr! !+lnew
S of the same make as he has been OLD FARMER HOPKINS. and with true II using sine the first of July installed in lIltOOlJo n110h:4Chao
Theater goers differ largely in taste.Some ty greeted tho K invite-l oftheentirerm. This!nt"lIsionro .\. (iarditer Iilu4 i'luri-i.
the mail boat Swift this ,, *k. The motor \ill ,
enjoy drama some orchestral music On approaching the home tl.e fiat on the ground floor a fine, cvmnKxIioporch -- -, .. .- ----
first sent out not working entirely
the shipped out anew some band music, some are appealed thing that greeted the eve wa* the lily; I verandah, I 14x32 l large pillars THE MILES ORTON BilOW.I .
_,"' ." aatufactory, t-puij-any to more strongly by sprriahie illuminated crotind, Jap.inv lantern finptithe"uvr.1 lructure Tiie whole
-6/ 0 to take its p'-ace. tonv.dalK't'tl I Toe OrbJii M I",J,, $ / '\! 1'1\ua..mtt
''Iii" ;. one etc., others are rtached through being plami at every avatl*{.] spy.t.i atlair is i bring done in the l-t. &"tlIJUIot Saturday .fr"'J1OlJ" and .-aio at night ,

: Frank Louisiana and KJ Orur! kilted the eye, bl'AUtiful51"\liery, elaborate esruinpee The broad veramlahs mrrourdirg the durable manl>er by Contractor P. J, hall: with huge tJI
: t"fOa .ri-wutal troth prifvriuamvs -
f :: monster alligator Wt'Oll1t'1lUJ' on the -- ---
I ; a elegant cuetuuitw correct Colorings house presented a charming ankh IWtivecene : Their date here for Friday had l-, ..-
below the Hoye plarl DENTAL NOTICE.Pr. .
river shore just '
and artistic them likewise the intenorof thehon.ewhere
groupings please boo canuelled: on
ll'CtIq' "I11.1 \\u brtDrf
about three mild south of town. Thismtile (', C. dentist! is Ti- r
':r<..:;. above all el*. The attractive Ktbenuittttgvthtr the decorations were both uniqueand Feign now in tralltot'lrt'Cl from Fort fierce lie
,f 7 must have been one of the okitttdenisens and pretenlinx (of sit these thilg artistic The table prvs.JJer lii!vitefora) j.n.fewiotul stay of two or Every: featuri-ott
thepn.Kraune was ; .
:" of Indian river M it measured in a fint da*! manner U the one that w ill t>.T Mrs. Adheccar Brady and Miss Snare three week,*, and hai his dental .l'zritd! .ICJII. MIM Ivy (irtrrndid xiM-cl
l eleven feet and *, yen inches in length, iladll tIA/-.J the doahif ru.t centrally:! and conveniently; lItua\t-t : trrijii -.f
( please everybody. U is sad that The ( n acre { in pare I and
-. g on two pom*, w ith lr truth
.: and did welt t>i ev. le the tkiUful hunter ( bn U' cau-il the Mot tg
or inj in
Frank S. lJaviddno'. new "OM FartjirrHopkina" lure; here for a dime the >a lie
': j Up to this Ute dite.SINOLETOJfSIMMONS.. ouwany hu dune this very tr.elrS't'ni .*. Mrs. r', A. Mownhl j It(* tutU.'e, on Julia rtrr.t, the direct tt.fir rrmatkalMe: trkpra prrMiair f, }H
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thing and is reaping hant'!Cii*ll \*'. '. -

r f{ ; be at the Tita vilie Opera Houfor one (or, "t.t'ftIt' gent>euoru f,r the None land i : the ba" w*: enter of 1-11Iin. I>r.Feigel i t.m.arCt1I of Aifrnl Hrinu .,
Irtrsn'e t were '
M Singleton, ot try
Mr. night only, Saturday, Feb. 25ih, Iwwrved amount rvct-iveJ their rnerwp, (rum the w ill be piea.e1; : \nr\ e all UK.ewlw j"illUul, aril J-clk and JiuWs barrel \
,1- and Miss 0> edo! S-immon., of 'l'\utt'nIC, I Jl"J ire Cr t class: work resinab!
eats on sa'-e at iVnnry A Bracning'sstore Ijtt:e (jolor I/ve, The gvntien.ec > > at !! !Ipmpiog Ca( TlOrVa
r.e. IJfi4l
; very
) married ctmd waning .
,i were quietly residence yTeb.l9th of I pncv.;5 ante; general almi* ion were then rrgrcrted tu I!hl.lw their kill i prim. .. j en'.. II'i tlrtr t-,-rtde ruin.-, and duezl .!
t: Go'doik, at the I --- - "
street the mar.nig 50 cents; children 23 cents. a* archers.ltt.ttlitI to the t.jrt ..n-, CHURCH NOTES !I.atuinp i lotlvnr.n1 M-w.hucul bat,. 1.
Mr*. IVane, on Hopkins This is the U.t show bookwl for this "pre twenty. .foar .os-it. h hraru U-. ru'i | sad rite donna .
Ui irrfurmed by Mr. Rev. J, B. Hawk will | acre taaptius.ily gent
I priach: att.
t.4 ceremony
srgWU and pnxni: to be the Ut. the initials! of the la-ii* |*v"'ent, an.1 earfi i from mart tj fittuhI e ,
puhlic. :The newly Eu Gallia Feb. |
John Henry ncurv Pants chorch indy,
( : j
: archer on pierura a urk-et ""1"11'.1; hs I
will lU-ir hon. at Larh rfru.oce was fv o.etJ
nakr !
married cooiae Ft0.1N by a
IUIU.1U.ATA DA I 2Xh, at the tKorning h-mr uf HUll a mimt
:: LaGrange, and have the h nir!'t cuss partner fur the eft"rm'l in thu way.It (i concert which vac.udrd **,rr.| atoned
"' frirms.STETSON After \i.rlll$ 1It" will offer 10 tiul ,-si of 73) p, in vrt panted el.edoV .
I' gratuUUcns of their numerous provnl to l e a fp'ntrd oor.tot, ai.J i kilon oo aiotui&oru: j
miicb cows for tale, all: fresh since Jan. I Tht will accwmnpoUte ii'l I who
Coped: ooaWwhen! Mr C, H UVtr-n. j rang and a mu c*! pr .. M-t by Mr and
ST REt ht.vr particnta..addree. "
l : ). i sire to bra the le : the worthy etlibir c It UMF ,lint 'II t.oaas
E. W. A bOL, Urmond Fla. p raper fur Crmacan, nutate sip by close
;' : Friends of :elwa univemty, at IVUad called: n|" n "l on n the sonr.sr. at the Mnlo urr.e Claaua-j.* tn ,! JllfIr..yn .ii-l aa f xatioj flirt round bnr i

-.' will be plr0 to Warn that Mr. BEANS AT HIGH PRICES. ptQA'ol two hrttrts'sub hn arrow. lj- the rrenirg Mr Ifn 's amnion well! rt1tha. Uj f.ui. J ETrie

. ; Job Ik Stetnon has been e:feted J.nsi. fmhnentr "tf.JI.nt"1! t.+ GO the F.1bj"'t"t Men ar>1 talWta. Speci side ." )(J.. 'hies npend b.fun ,
I '" dent of the Leant u( truyUfS of t hat m"fUtatioo Evtr since the free Florida best < .to"1 gri. i.ia-lraiK: with oljt* will I* u--J ttrr cirt1'4, on .tI..J .r I IIU"Utd gas- t
... again which a-'.arr his bny hate tn in famine oVtcand aDd prim i, byI grntirtoen, tnu twin, a novel fru.uar. J.Ir-chllz. Cake w.rknaj: isrt ,
t "t far the benefit of the children. (Ed: and a I.
,,:' cooperation aced rplx)rt to thalinrtJto- have lean soaring skyward rec>larqj!I i feature of the party Mmie f>{k>we I :.. tieD whkh he love a. a H.iki The Atm for unfrozen stock from with a recitation: by Mrs. Adhemar Brady ynn-will t..e we'crxue.: H.o'l Beget tth.nr rea4't and a N>akr ''II"" ...r If a dean of .. '
.' cc&tvote on the I.reeiseney .u: 31r.tetao >n! being Hto I'I't I' 10,::) a. m. ten U* cr>f.tn<1iJtY. [r<>vi>} d &JdJtioaa& h
ncJaile\l the :
A few however the-e evrnsr; p.n.Jre.: A ,
IS; 1.1 Governor ]eDnin.9.. t 110. days ago, er.krta nu errs. t
i ,, i. I prices were knocked galley-wrtt by John thoroughly erj');aV e tiq aa.wr.t ?-; : (MME --'-- .. '-
WANTED. Nix A Co., wrto, for two shipox'cu of ai prrwat, and in t!>e rr.uwy rf the club r m ALL cur sr rue jell..tr.nt
To the Ttto v 15eK : Hwlt6tnilh: !oh'JI' &oJ
3 fancy stock, free ftom fruHt and DO rnteruinscenl Lai tveu more recle -
;1' ;. Chkkens for killing. try c;,. in primeCoiufiuoo. :; rmr work AID* Tt"-'oc'I'1 ..-n, y, arras of l"-Jd hub land tiG #
obUi doff the phenuaacnsl: fn. Tire foIwunt h-siiri waaFUR ..10.Tr. .
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\Vx. R. Caxrsxu: prk !I ,ficr.I btactrmith in "JwD.11 ...rka the *a. t ee'.craa t fci f of the Indnn rivet
Mdt..MofW, 11.. 15 a crate. i iISUC&UlttII I ziaranterdrd to. at U>e Narrow, des nW a.. G.ibt.. fM '
T) SILE. \\ ..,: done cheaper ti-aa anywf. rein No. 3, ircUon i5, a! o lot No 3, ...a.g ';
S G8l'Ua BA'faU G. ono?. I I Seventy-five McFarUi tents .it* 5* Ge 1.01llD..r> tmnir-g, ptnmtenx. aol 35, IB W-Wt.lp 41Thi "lIat, ranr+ 3l U"1. ?

From' oar matins of fj ngV c-\ rah White IVon't forgvt I do alt kind of LIAc"1 had cheap by applying at THE M tit ofditton. pnt'f'.11 "panCl done u the TitavUBtart !a&>jt 1.1 trIlf".n..t tot taaly k.aced. .- '

Lfshoru at 11 00 per wtt.e *f 15- siDdh and wagon work horse shoeing 6T art 9dO feet, arT in btop. Came one. Cots* all. fur furtherpartiesidarssddrr.q '
"WOODu:.1lnv, Y.twr* I I and Kfln repairing Call and see m*. I I havia been mtd only ; ;" IW' and JUG tl'U be door nib bv. \I 1:. )", .., r.Brnektt. '
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A of France Joseph CtatUlon rtport *
la're4 at rile?artaffie*at Tftjurill u.tgHBPEVOT
r ,eeoadtdase mail alstkri.os some decided achievement

: Tea .t. 6ilt.taad P111ah.r. La the way of defending crosfrom 0 O DIGESTS.00bonsws.as.stbstrWtitswbkksss16sWt WHAT YOU EX'Tyel .&
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{# g. haD by firing canfOLThe nartasa MIY AT TCS utauretv 01
fTJ FRIDAY xozi u fl. report deals with the experience
of twenty-eight cannon firing societies,
sc8 CR1YfloLsi.be ritz AxItClel which used 432 cannon in number- of For sale by the Red Crow Pharmacy Titt1nUIfo; Eaa Gallia pharmacy, Eta Gallw; Chas F. pbtolJ.lItlbosalH.I..R .

-4r II cuts roit six Jtoyrat. roa TEE 1905 KOSOL AUIHO IHB 200 ma CLEAR
ctorm After each
storm a report was .. ,
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-M eeiIMtu.Arottaaao It t.a Yartal.b.4.,. sent to the president of the agricultural..

society of the district It--u: printedand i 0 II 1

iT'4 Ii : %' jU editor is rapo&tible for
Tax STA* set
ft4eott.wrazs all the farmer In the district visited by
(4a>oni uprated by aerTt p
the storm. During fifteen years before
East Coast Lumber
,WZHD AND wz ATHZB. any cannon were used the losses from ,

t hall amounted to JiSTiSlO. These
To the goosebone.. the muskrat Rein, Supply Company
figures were obtained from the public ,
the appearance of the moon corns aDd
offices In which account
were kept as
rheamatlc Joint* bas been added a
the poorer grape growers were indemnified I EAU GILLIE FLORIDA. ,
sew UBda.rd of popular weather prog- I ,
from a public fund for losses Incurred i '
DMtkatlon found to the alleged dose I _
by storms Me Chatillon states .
connectIon between the varying DOtes
that the entire losses of the wine
grow !
-j- of humming telegraph and telephone .

7N wires and the weather of the followingfew er* were not compensated and he 59 and 60 Inch in Stock. "

thinks that the total damages amounted !
day. Thi discovery was made
to not less than $3.0SS.OU>. During i
by llttT Bock a German 1I'bJ8e title Writ for Pries
the five years in which the cannon barebeen
,of professor girea to his announcement
in use the losses from hail in the
: a certain degree of credibility. The
same have -- '- ""'" ==
department aggregated$159.4l2. ------ --- --
hamming of the wires the professor vI

q .explain, is influenced by the strength During the year 11)04 these WHAT IS A GENTLEMAN I i I A woman never realizes what a good "* .* T
TH JhlI..Ir Sti*f 1.11. *
of the wind, the tension of the wire same sixteen communes sustained, no Commenting upon the recent decision listener her husband U until Le Is absent I Sa.hag S.elr ,.,.AISra.L

and rariou causes which are in,turn losses whatever, a fact which U attributed of a British judge that a'school- and she lias no one to talk at.

x affected by temperature and other atmospheric entirely to tile use of the can teacher Is not a gentleman in law, the :S I t RUDDER

conditions. Of course the non. Says Mr. Chatillon: London. Sews, quotes the late Cardinal The man who speaks" before be !' HOW-TO BOOKS

E- official forecaster treat Herr Bock't VT. base our confidenc la the Scaejrat Newman' decision of a gentleman a* }I, thinks is apt to have necessity to apologize. Ow VW)tan. tywktoi twe 6.8 Sass the...

+ the firing on the fact that the thunder follows !I t U thtM tooi 5.inirab l rd.a M
method of observation with derision. and lightning ceased, the wind abated and : era, cKme cni vivo every 1ft 1Arti
u they do all, attempt to foretell the the cloud disappeared under the firing of The true gentleman careflly avoids !, Tile more familiar some folk I dri.V.g cf*:3 pass, sa.W Mf .*.! N S> MlIww
the cannon, and a mild fall cf rain and whatever may cauie a Jar or Jolt In the i are fat auk B-T U utntcri; sIa,4.
weather front phenomena within the soft snow iucc-*ded. These facts are un- mind of those with whom ha U caat. all ;! with tie truth- the Zeta use they bars MOW TO SUILO KACCN TO* sae

sight and hearing of tbe common herd. deniable. clashing of opinion all collision of feelIng for It. II""'. ..... ....-,........_ f.cy .....*_.
htf great concern being to make every .I ....,. .........e' IMab-,f-$......-...-..
Ju'erertbeless the weather' bureaus are The report reviews the results of the
one at Ma MH and at home. i, HOW TO kUllO A SftiNaCK ,
k very far from Infallible. While their firing in twenty eight storms during I j| He guard against unreasonable allusion For Over Mstr Year. a ... tail I.w ark"-r.e ..-. ,. b..eM. ...... It.aj
I 1 i ...... *..- N..LLYa..r.....-.-..sN5
system of collecting at a central point the months of April May June, July or topic which may Irritate. He. Mrs. WinslA l *! Soothing Strop has t+.."t.-. ryw-i..f ........t....
never 'Pf'Cl.U' of himself except when comi been need far million '
data gained from observations at many and &>ptt>mLn-. The results are generally -,, petted never defend himself by a mere | over sixth yenrn by 1 I j HOW tO BUILD A RACING *LOOS'Mr
i of mother for their ciuliimi *bile teeth- Yew ---. ..-' waN+ ...r '" e1..
e' different point give them an advantage tbe same-cmsation of tbe thunder retort. He U scrupulous In Imputing mo- fey with perfect It soothes the I I .< ID ....lf..*I sad .*4 .ioWlt ..., it i.it4 i _
elves to those who Interfere with him and mct-ew. !.Is..u..
over the ordinary citizen in predicting and lightning dispersion of the clouds Interprets everything for the beat. 'i child" softer the gums, allav all pain, HOW TO BVllD A MOTOR LAUNCH

the course of general storms and a slight fall of rain and snow. He Is never mean or little In his dispute '. cores wird colic, and Is the best remedyI l 5510. L... f'H'+M.I.,-4 i/N t.........atM"aI
, the till. has ': never takes an unfair advantage I;|;I for diarrhoea.. It .-iIIl'f'1it'\p the p r public ( to depend Where used the hall
very no cannon were :! BUILD A *HOC*A BOUT
never mistake penonaliUe or sharp !lilllemfferer immeilialtly. Sold by druitrtrtsineverypartofthettorld. !j HOW TO
.. largely tor Its Information regarding fell and caused serious damage.. "The ,, lags for argumtnts.I '' Tat-uLy-,.I .....A,.aM.._. I ."1w W I rn--ey.a.al.aI t..... .... ....I M.wa.r

local disturbances upon those signs communes not defended by cannon suffered j|I Tbe cardinal may bare described the five cents a }l ttlt'. Ie wire and ask for I, HOW TO tUUD A 8HOAL-DNAUAHT *IOO.

which Adam doubtless noted in the enormously." In t.,raking of one "true gentleman" but such a man "Mrs. Winttlow'n Skifithipg Syrup," and -.If A___.,..ill....',i.:>.il.i. .> _lam ......._
_: garden of Eden. One would would doubtless the ttkstn(
hardly storm the report says: Impress general HOW TO BUILD A runic on e./ARPIS

Vic; Justified in making affairs1 of great ThIs storm was literally arrested at the public at being a colorless namby .I - ..- "kp r.aI.I.Jt.aa..aw...._''f.t.U...Ufl_ey*.:KM"l.rr.sP.r..r.l Ik*-" ...Ml.

1r pith and moment hang upon his own east on the boundaries of the firing. In pamby and a thirty-third degree bore. HOW TO UIIO A MCCCL YACHT

weather predictions but it be the northwest and a little distance from I A..sec.L.rN_.t ... "......... ,_...
may the cannon a hurricane swept over the ..H.I w.i...84.._10PRICE
worth while to pay some attention to country with violence everywhere cali.lnEn..t The present year opened with eight! j! Tutt's sPills

- {' the simple signal which our forefathers damage. banking Interests-the Gourd 11111 $1. EACH

found so useful The mayor of one commune writes Harriman, Rockefeller, Moore, Yonderb'lt. I PIIl"III'O" IIPIIII ''''.'''1'

--- -.- that the "firing was unless In his section Morgan and Pennsylvania con- 'I I 1 After eating,persons of a NHous habit Monad In rlolll... GnKI trttoffe, MM rl.p.3'Iyuk.tic .
will derive benefit -l..a..eel0..t.rees.THL
THE JURY IK GERMAN on account of the small number of gnat by sling one i i I
LAW. '
,P trol of SO per cent of the railroad mileage of these pill If you have been I II
v. To say that trial by jury is itself on cannon." It is stated that In one or of this country says the New .. COSTRUT
-ae : trial in some part of this country is two other communes the firing was York Commercial. There U somethingin
they will promptly relieve the nautea, ca I s.raf Jr C.akga. fit ....1 ,..
not wide of the mark. ,A very prominent commenced late and was ineffective this for financial moralist to ponderover tift."....., Llb.ny.
# KC- leader at the bar recently declared but that it rendered the storm less especially If, as the Commercial -. .
and nervou ne>4 which lolkr.*, restore -, .
>: that if all .the cases in which be had destructive in the adjoining commune declares the number of manipulators j t b rtiteandrtnmrerkumyfcrielags. -I ----' --

I been a participant had been decided by where It occurred later. This was in Is to be speedily'and greatly reduwl J FJeeantiysugarcuated.
t A throw of dice Instead of by jury ffr- an Isolated section of the country where TLe paper cites the opinion of "one of Take No Substitute.

did more substantial justice would there were no cannon in the ndjolnng the ablest railroad financiers" that I AND CURE THC LUNGS
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. VIcurt'd.. (communes unJ the storm fell upou It within five years all the railroads of NEW YORKCLIPPER I -

E, fr' Trial by jury I* a feature of criminals with all its force. At the large vineyards the United States will 1* controlledby !i WITH IJr1King'sNow

procedure In Germany and in one or the firing U heaviest at the boundaries five banking Interests. Out of fifteen 1

two Important points bears upon reforms and very light In the center of Independent roads in the easternterritory

I4 proposed In some of the states. the tlt M. In 1W1 ten hate been absorbed Discovery

In addition to the twelve who constitute A hurricane on July 22 caused great with the result that the Pennsylvania 10 THE GREATEST SU"PTIO" Price

x the regular jury In Germany one damage In twenty-nine commune, entirely and New York Central now absolutely THEATRICAL & SHOW PAPERIN FOR OUGHS and SOc & ''.00

Lozanne and Helmont. OLDS Freer Trial.
or more supplementary jurors are contml the trunk line territory.

- : drawn. These alternate tab part in which bad between them only! fourteen THE V/QBLD. Bureit and Qutckeat Car for ail

..r the trial say a writer in the current cannon. Says Mr. Chatl'lon: j The New York Mall reads a I lesson to $4.00 Per Year SIngle i eC/0! CU THROAT and LUNG TROUB-

issue of the Political Sdemv Quarter This storm broke out at about o'clock certain shortsighted people not confined 1S>rn"nIl.T.. LE8, or MONEY BACK.

In the afternoon over our field of cannon to any special locality who. It says,
ly and hare the same right In
PI'OpoJtng and lasted about two hours. Suddenly SAMPLE COPY FREE.
motions as the regular Jurors. They after having attacked our d!fn -s .t Bully are wllf' fnl forests for blueberries"It
and *t St. Crrmalr.e our rArbres It cite the rOO1itry bureau as authority FRAU QUEEN PUB. CO. (lid;,
do with the
not retire
Jury nor participate "
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Then at
chanced Its count to tM east. .u.8U
for the charge that forest fire are .7 W J-THM. MwTon.HOEIt }
in tLe vtTillct but should of ll.c.
one I/oianne It dde ct !d to the northeaft. continuing -

the regular Jurors be incapacitated at to cover Its passage with ruin and set merely to make barrens for growing ..

daster.! berries to nourish the Indus
alternate taken hIs
- any stage an place.
In general this report shows that certain trie of
A leaser evil IK that burning
For the aRlnnattve of
guilt a majority CUBES .
tvctlona fairly Lri'lUt'd"Ith cannon over lands where the timber baa been .
of two-thirds Is necessary. It takes ..
and. although there were many removed thug destroying the .f<
eight to convict, but only five to acquit ; 1ounIZTo"th 7 4tt
" fierce storms the k, r In questions of "niltljratinst dr.tumstances"
and rain were infinitesimal The be In vain if this wanton robbery of the
a simple majority may de i
French government officials do not coufckVr future can thereby be checked. cat

questlion it fully established that cannon .

firing protect crops! again t hall, but Another "new woman" In the right
the landowners have unbounded faith plate I la Miss Helen:<< Wilder of Honolulu -
In Germany a jury may amend Its
la It and are organizing for a more "ho Is a duly empowered officer
t verdict up to the very paint where the *TIIE Ujilj gets its life fma
thorough campaign in lit>j- of the law and nrart the badge to
court pronoun JndinnraL* The court fcwl prppnlj difV, a
prove !t. Miss \VIWUr the daughterof
I Healthy dilution meanswe
on Its own motion may refer the case
A writer American ll'llctLI3Y3 a millionaire sugar king and makesIt H for a new trial but the JUfT"'E'rdict
that the United' States bank bills in her special duty to prevent crueltyto trouble arise frtia carfe iiei .
on this second trial must stand. in eating and ctorcacb di Jl tr lcn
general circulation cannot >mj*!<* children. the entire ( > A OOOD KTE. A STKADT BA5D ASD1
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with most fk>rrin money In decency ofappearanre. 3u.toj Lie, P'.' J tr Il..Jfra
masticated for. t
Thcr are still some people I left who a onri: on A
.\ rn..1. ht" says, banknotes When Greeley forty odd years '&"Jkf'ft stomac.b, causing dittretticg -
bold that is eL" .:;:
"consistency a jew d .
that come Into private po?* won shouting "Go west young man pains, brkbir.2 ud nai-a. ...... ..
Charte hatter came to the(> shorw When ofer-tatin persisted in .,, .' ... .... . .
are fre'h. clean and crisp, and be cites po we.Z" I* practtolly a,1m..t eillela h ...
and prracrwl his simple life doctrine. the stomach becomes aeakrned .. '. r. f". -'.a
the of the lUck a wildemToday there tlll U -
custom of England to ...
and out and dIfi".l.1& ,
About that time Mr. Robert Hunter aNew i worn '"# a
York sx1olosHt.! >l that cacetrl destroy and reissue all note. room awaiting, the young man with! claims the brim.Thedford' ." "w..y. .. ... .., ,

report soiled or not that are pnt>nte wrml hundrwl thousand t'w'oft, dI'J.f1fIa. It frees hesumach 'TIVLhSASM 6TOOLCO.h .
and :
payment Money ha* been a'cu'ed of : to buuL
had received the simple life tenets ty an.J t..JwI!, f o.rr strlmatt.
I spreading Infectious dawasew, anJ perhaps ,, a
., a.d tb..r rrh
wireless and to the of means'lion glTN
got verge Tt..nA mr\ in
prfiv an alpine: hat,
our progressive health authorities nor t.fe Tie it""rnrh u M u: sly
by putting them Into practice.5unh I' A aeeter girl with a jailor: brim atd U. tX.tr&J
wUI one day ln<4 T3ore. 70.U*) children of th efa&AUcs Bat the t.sn.1"of1 girl m.i'ilet'er ws.. stimrn ,*.uf-i! in a j?'..4spate. CO YtARfi'EXPERIENCE
e'.enntng of the stock In dwulatknv. I- 11.ePnril.k
girl uf :lttllMountanTea.
went hungry to school each with \bit jtcwtr tu t:r.Tubey -

c day. In order to counteract this wildperveralon I .. A.k TrrirdrrgciKUe..nrd digest f) It seems to have teen a case: of "UkI '--- You con tu.up your item b .
of the noble pastor's teaching when the ln",1.t:1 1'01'.1&,. 'j a.a1 rll
master like EM a, with this mj na! ; .

a dinner party of thirty-siz popl > I wkliert looted tie shops andi'.ootu Uqulr ; To f"r.I'ron..tiJ'Atill) and liver trcmhlr'by rented,. Try Tbe.lford'e t'f 1l..k.Dn'1it.t ...

< sat down to a barxw cooticg at I'ortmU1' after the whit gently mmirz th. 141.e{"*r d n..tiry t..oby. Yet can l a

4 nearly 1.4W rr plate, or Sjrtu ford *. a t'.Ino \l# liver, take little! KrKier < fat ka.-from your dearr fjf
The officers rued tb
; tag went up. 2V. art k""T' lif'lIitbe TRADe MaassDts
*. Th<- f.1Mf1I.U:a pii!.are n.id.: *
1M and committee of rich
spread a j army treasure chests and do-f polled tl* pleasant and harmi.'s! f.o .-ffl'\1 H' ar.aenv nctry b The Y.a to aka aeCOPTRGNTSi

cttisnts organized a corasiirtr to coca- I privates of their lawful pays Their or.iverai OJloo far many Tear Medicine Co. CLai.n'.'i.a. *.f*. v.V.t 4..1i.4 ..i.Ttt.f <>.. _5C.f
lie the starring cMttren to "t breakfast I. i Itron zniractwof their 1A>;flarittaad Teca., and a pa 9 nl toms <' .- _. fn.. 1 r. I tr.e .. x.ir. M
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tefure starting for school and t A sixth moos has been discovered c -fnrie* S.ld hy ib-1 Cn** liar.muy. Iel 700. I. n.*rtottf" 'r-i N..'..L tUl:w.4_r.4F ...
Tiwsvil5; Era it&h: Pharmacy.Lan '. '-. U :->. .,. "J' .- .onr.c .....aa.
abo carry lunch. The coscltt, cf dotcg a periodical trick It Uf hCs* the ".t sus taraa liana a t. .....
} Ualiie. .,..wI.....*. .*tout**..r..b !.U*
acs course, foots the bins for this Important i plawt Jnpiter. sow if a cocp! of extra THEDFORD'SBMCKDRAUGHYJ 1

laaovatioo which is no more than tea.t Sckniilic
moons could U sect tti way tt* CASTOn.XA. flmcrican.m.

{ ooabte stare U *U Is In the interest g*' aDd other lighting trnsts world '-u. la Isi fa to* ftri te3 At r4.+.aad.u.arrai t.w..t ...p_, Ni._. .,...... 'r ass M ee. .

''y' f' of soct. y. The ctitdrro win be uwfa tioKsh thems l,,-s and fuotpads turn: :( 4 ..,; ,...., -u.a. I. sud Sp.. _........

pt# .. httr provtdd they grow up ahltb$le.t bicet calUtoim.: j Icu r MUNN BfMck&trans-Co.s"O f ::-l! t .



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-;F"<;.;_... .. ._..'" the.oat.and out SadaUst and radical BEST'fOR.. THE; Southern Railway. : ( Xctee
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:- li 'IOwtoTtltEA-Di.$8.: Va.: ".....-_ and LIUar aolrf ar edge of the Socialistic precfp1te. These JfOT.R It4. : ; ;;.
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&%!;i=, scorer Jtto) a.. Iralkar. U. B.I. most rely. .and jostiflably rely are Jtut _ia..i a.l....n. i t.tie.Wp.etaa S".30Ifciiy e.; .......*n*_.Ul...4 Jr..T..k.t'.t O.3 a .jJ r; :
% t L. 1Iodow. Y.L M.rpn W. those men who regardless of all --.,..,'" ..J01 ....... n. DW,. 1-.1 0- :: Y.'--i _.llI
conalderatkna -tt t MtUit. "
J .'. Jbaaofog.. ucUB& Tk *wii ik.lo.w! aJMr adores matt t.rt.ettey b..takeCANDY If k Dt t t.S3 Ka .I SMk LT Js kaonrlUe.lrlaN..80. Ry Ar S 00 a.... r &Ii p s :'f
-:;'-stash Srd jlseadtiy Is e.clt .tb. other than those of money 1r U a|N._ loop Lv.SaraaBaJi.:........,.....So, I+j. Ar.He A/-/ '10 P ;;.."; ; ,
r and power greed are launching the fliabao / 153 a.,_.... 6 Ar.Cb.-I ne, N. c..._.....&. Ef. LT. I aU :== a awl -;: ...;_i

_: ', -a cm DtZCTOIIT1t'l'YQiYICE1bl.AD *t corporate contrivance that DO CATHARTICEAT 6 ?= IIh Ar. Ek.tuaon4. Va......--&. By. LT.Ar. .. IU!) p!-r--. 11 -

.;;;; .hue y, Tito' der oor existing corporation policy obtain a 50 P! ...- t U a WatbiBftaa. O.C,-.-8Ry LT. 10.1 !i'0 p T

7'" .Yin,CIIft&7 jades D.1.... Gaaldea. Tines without hindrance the credit and 11 ,., p i...-. 11 :pt a AT. Baltic***. Md,...........J>. K. K LT.At .1t .--... a p
t.t Till o' ''1t1 attosiey; A.L 6. sancttoa of the goTcmmenfa great *S3 *{_ l3p PWXa4 S|>l la. Pv._ _P. R. K LT. USa__. au p

;..-:-,. .,.A'i*! ;TUoa ckrk dftsj& IaGIt; P. A. Metu seat .3) i...__ 4 Up Ar.New York.: X.: Y -r.!R.,tt Gr.tt_ lec'_ ......, l.f. ,..
-, 1U -
.E.W. Hall,
;f'{ .1'It8I..$U ;John Ilenry.TilasiTtMR&fBf "It ls only by a turn to the right by K... S3 M4 U-"Veer York aid Fbdda'Eaprea." Dally PuHmaa Dnwtef 1Lam'-y

:! Tuft; J..& Walker TttlllTUk, what may seem'to some a harp torn t Slewing Car Utwtn Jacksonville and New York.
-s; .W'ff k N oite4eiU faUie tatractioa; J..o. that our one ute pathway forward No. 29 ud "Washicitoa and Florida Limited Pdly Pttllmaa Drawing ..
VnM, THwrilk, ...Btr smrreyor J, P. 1'elcepi.g Car between Jack.*Tiil and New York.Xo.30 .
m will be found: That way lies over high EH UKE CANDY .
TtJaYW..Ihaif.! W. & KorwMd,
ti THwInOOUSTY ;m ; ground individual opportunity-the "- .Mt. hlat.bl& htot. Tut Oeo& tte o.IDAiIr.
Ifd tJexa ; opportunity : Thrash Tt Lad .1 the Sky.LT. ."
Oood. Yom ..*. ..Walt w(On....I*.1I.a4 .
: actual u well u in theory "gaq Mr... Wrii fcremwB.i *.4kooku l ttai3
7 QOinUSSIOSEBa-E A. CookUng.TiUatM to each Individual to partklpate in the I.tabWtL alaetapruag > 7SJ p ckatUIo. FlLT. ..__...____...-.-__. .. R,. Ar. .oo a .
d-irmaa; W. B. Walker, TitnAl.J.ka atarst e.u,. CJWcaet w 5*Ttk. 1313 tunaaash,tift.. ..._......._._...__..?........s... ley Ar. 450 a
& Hio JadiDJas C. proprietorship of the country. That 600 *I Ar. u.JuQlb ,S. ,-.-..-_._..?__.._.. R,. LT. 1 IS a
.'(jj -., ,., .1..., Qasr J. frank BelL Whit City. ground is in its best and highest sense KIP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN 130 p Ar. Alhnille. Y.t..._._...__...__.__:-feu R7. LT.LT. 41$ p231p

.' L ""{. aec.u: SMdoBsan bald first Jlcnday In republican ground. To gain that ground -'- -- Ar. Ui.8priup.. .s.c.......__.__.__..--.___. ait *
lof" '... numtk.is I eoop Ar. KooiTtl1! Trnn_.__... _..____.._.......So, Ky. LT, tUaN"
-<;.f! the paramount problem is not bow to HIS GRIEF FOR PORT ARTHUR j jrertnu # 613 r Ar. nUCiDUU.Ob....__._..;....._...... __..Q .t l+ LT. a.b1 L
.RI J:.; warn SCHOOL- l1oAYD.- F. Harden top the growth of property and the '"

j- ; 'ty.. chalraaa,$kbutuui; A.3.Carter, fura bulJdlag up of wealth but how to manage Wu M....... t. .&__-1 <"2v and SO-Pullman Dewing Soom and Be fftt Stcrptnx Cr Wlwwn J.klUQ\"i11ua4

f bail;J. U.OrtclWbIWUtr. Ben ...tr it so that every species of property .11....... .f C...t CaxUI.YUitors f't. Loris,daily.J .
$E dens are held 1m Monday ID each month. .
Uke a healthful growing tree, wtll..plft'd to the Russian embassy in I i

its roots deeply and widely in : Washington during the last few days ; o.11.I J I It

ECONOMIC REVOLUTION the soil of a popular proprietorship. have noted tbe absence of a square |-- \ '

The paramount problem is not bow to metal box. tied with brilliant red cords II I Ii I!...__jSWa Ar. M con. Su, Rya..___._.._...__...LT.Lr.. 2 i) a.' ......
AI'tJaaUo & R1..___....._......_ UWp...._
crush or hawk at or hamper the corporation |i which was wont to adorn the desk used i j i..Znijjjtta 1' Ar. Chattanooga Mir. Ry____..__:_._......LT.LT.. 6 It p'!......_ tiiJ

Effect of Corporation Policy Described merely because it is a corporatlon. .. by Count Arturo Casslnl, the cuts '_._.' Ar' ttDdnati. Q\lf\t"D.t & ,..__...._...- 8S> a.,...._

but how to make this new form i ambassador, says the Washington 1== 80p710j LT.Cincinnati.Ar. Big four Koute._._.....___.GT. 710 aUw.j ,

_, by Judge Grosscup. of property ownership a workable Post A short time ago the count I=S' 'hl.-, Bit Four KooU.:_:_.:====.LT. .!30 1'1:::'= ,

agent toward repeopleizing the p;>prie- i j would proudly open the box and exhibit ..._1 ill Cincinnati.. Ptna.Prno.. Untt....._....._......... .;'r 64s sL..._
I ....._ Line1.N..___..Lv.a '
torship of the country's industries. j to visitors the treaty by which f110 a Ar.Chiago<< 40 _-

HOW DJDDBTEIES ABE DOMHATED ,,The first step In the solution of that i China ceded' to Russia the now historic ----I--- p !, C.lI..t U.-MOOOO._...........Ar. '1611.iLY.C'iocUlII&t '.__
7 S3. Ar. Cbicago. c IL AD.-Moos.--------Lv.
problem to that the government obtaina fort of Port Arthur, which recently -----L ; ::: : :.. i-tom!''' 1
.. ... 9 43 pL..UaoiaiuU, C. II.A I).-}( dt.Qon ....__.....A t. 100 a1..,.... "
., nl+asr.'J.rl.t Ia,. Teadeaey .f full grasp of tbe whole subject mat fell Into the hands of the Japa _..._, SSAa A r.Tuled, C. H. A I-hch.(1.at_..._..... .' 1144 .;........
' ; ter, and this in my judgment, can adequately nese. I 7 85 a \r.Itrolt. C.U.AP-Mirh.CrBt.._..__.__LT. Flo oorp t
f 4 gWie' PromadITIdul Ow..raklf be done only by putting aside Tbe loss of this citadel to Russia was = 8 *) LT t1ncinn U Pcoo. Unt .N..Ar. i$3o s. .

; Preprty .. C..tl.. Ce.trolii the tlre-and-torty bewildering state almost like the death of a favorite _Lines.----------------.L

w '- ti Mak..Aat.rleaa. a ..tl..f hind for the one great nations) hand.'lets :, child to the ambassador. The fortress :

.,,"..to-B.w lie w..u Rows..ts second step the step for which I was named for Count CassinTs ancestor -...._.'Ai* Ar.Cleveland. Rir Foor-._....___..__.... .-Lv. atop j-..-... -

...... 5 __. .__ 1013 Ii ,.._
that renowned' Arturo Casslni who i SOp Lexington, 80. By _. ? .__ -Ar. _
.. Oar c:.......... rller. the first la taken, la to take care upon 1.._ .1' 810 pAr. Louinile! BaKy.........__..__.....LT. 740 a!,......
what kind of corporate proposal the was summoned from Parts to Russiato I. .._. .. _. __ ......
1' 32 a Ar. St Inuit So R' _. _... .. .. .LT. 1010 p- i
k Judge Peter S. Groucup of Chicago government's great seal la set-to cut be director of the observatory of Nu..13andI4-"Tbe _-- ,..'fI. t z.

sr presents.1D the February cClure". anew out the stock jobbing corporation the Moscow. The Arturo was modernized I Florida Limited." Daily Solid 1'tstlbuleTrain. Tb-roo'ujhh 0.1. JQusches .
and I Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and CindoiiaU.
I phase of the striking change from water logged corporation the mere vlj j into Arthur. 1 =:..-----:::.=. ,_ ........;,.;
ion of visionaries, the labyrinthiancorporation I J.I Ambassador Casslnl drew every provision { Between So,
IndiTidoal ownership of property tocorporation No. 5 Ko.13 f .r.tUoDIIIl.alhl Kansas City. Ne,14 t
whose stock and bond isj j I of the treaty which made possible I

1_ control. that hat .been In sues are so tangled that no the bringing of tfce: Siberian railroad __ 745 p. JacklllDfiUe 'Ia, N. R'.u_-...._...,,._Ar. I" ttl a ..__
I : this purposely into Mongolian territory lIe ob- ___ 5:0 a! At. Uaota. (J&, &.. Hy ,......?...._.._....I.,. !I11 50 P _
profrotu in Mmtf4arlDr the last mind not an expert', can follow their 1 j jsinuosities I '.__..,11,f{ W ai80S I Ar.' Birmingham, Ala. f o. By.....-........___. liS P .._..
y twenty-five year The following extracts -In short, to regenerate the tamed what seemed at that period of _..-- Pi Ar. )ftU1pb .. TroD.. }'riIco..___._.._-._LT. 'I d IS a ._._

corporation.Tte diplomacy impossible concessions and .__._.19 I &I 1., AI'' KaBUl(7ty. Mo, rri.M'Ou........_..._.. ._.Ly. .30p..__
from his entitled
are --- "-
withal endeared to the Chinese "
so .himself
third step Is to open to the Nos,13 and l-The Florida Limited."
"If", to Bare the corpoatlou"Tbe Daily.
officials that be Is today more
wage earner of tbe country the road to ,
effect of UM corporation under The basis of popular in China than any other Russian. EXCELLENT PINING CAR SKKVICE. t

the prevailing policy of the free goasyouplease successful proprietorship.enterprise is the command.every This however is not necessarily J. C.LCSK,DUtrUt P....D(.r Ai.nt, I OS teat Bay 5t,...,"Mbo.ril',n.. .-j

extravagant praise.
method of organization and Go forth increase and multiply. And
When all the treaties were completed S. II. .T. M. BR04IK4 MORGAN.A. G. P.A. 1
management has been to drive the bulky to no enterprise can rightfully be denied I tt
and 8t _. .
duly signed at Petersburgand ;::
the fruits -
y ( our people other than farmers out of of that command. But
capital Is not the sole thing that enters Peking the Chinese enperor presented -
and If allowed to
property Count Casslnl with of
tt4 "' a copy
Into enterprise. The skill that
10 on aa at present It will keep them. 'that the document with all the signatures ; The Motor
puts ship together or subsequently _
out When the Individual proprietor of attacked made by tbe best artists in
pilots her Is not the sole thing.
the put sells out his business to the I Peking. The emperor also gave him
The men who drtre the bolts and feed 1
corporation he does not reinvest bis the pen with which be signed the treaI -
tbe fires contribute, and to them as to -
.', capital in bid old line of business. lie I I 117. These treasures" Count Cassinl valoe -
the capitalist and to tbe captains and
;.' put it la the bank or in some bond. as the greatest records of his fifty .
lieutenants of industry should go a Motes f
,.,:'_. When the workman has got together part of the Increment not as gratuity years In Russia's diplomatic service. [ jiiai 1 :

7r; Some savings he does not become a proprietor but as their proper allotment out of the I(I Since the fall of Port Arthur bow-
( : or part proprietor. He spend itt combined' forces that have made the ever be la unable to endure the sightof :

;! :- puts it in the bank. To men like these evidences of hit past' triumphs..
successful Of to
enterprise course : -- .
!, these no kind of active investment make such partnership between capital and the box with Its priceless document It stands alone fur efficiency d

,;. practically considered is left open. The and Its gold and gemmed pen "' strength.,
and labor a thing that ought to be
'! dominated the has bwn placed In the vaults of a New
: ., industries! are and DOW by in thef' done Is tbe work of the big hearts and York security : It haw plenty of metal and It U 1
corporation, proprietorship
big brains in the industrial field. But company.. 1.- :: where it dot's the ruot
corporation baa come to be for those I --- good.It *
to make such partnership a thing that
:! only who'are experienced to corporate Another c... or ItheuniatUm Cared by I In
can be done la the work of those who perfect In degu! aud work

,:1. ways or who are willing to take a hall recast and regenerate the coun (htuttxeiUlB'.rlB Hal... manship.Everything J

i'' chance at the (corporate wheel.' And try's corporation policy The etiicacy f>( Chamberlain's' Pain

.' thus it happens that Just at this moment Balm in the relief( rbeumaii-m i 4 lain means M>mrthln:. '"

it. we at"t'ln the midst of a sweep of CharatwrUIrt Btoouch tad Liver Tablet demonstrated daily. Parker Trip- ... ,.- Send for catalogue.

f' cventa that unless arrested and turned eqaalwl fur Conttl patio.. lett of(rigrhy,1'a., sass that ChatuiKT- ,

e: to a different account will transform Mr. A. It. Kane: a prominent Inig"t lain'@ Pain Balm gave him permanent re
lid from rheumatism in tt.e bark when
:a tail country from a nation whose prop. of >r iSprinp", Kancw: MJ*: "Oiatntwrlain'i Bridgeport Machines Motor Co.,
; else failed and he mould
thing not
: within the of the $nuach and Uver 'Tahiti ev-ry Bridgeport
ells la proprietorship arr i
b. bout it. For Tale by Fled CI'QI'4Ph.uhlary.
people at large to a nation whose indastrial to my judgment, the must puperi>r preparation j Bridgeport, Coon.

': property so far as active proprietorship of &They t to urn today for con. 1
lilion. in action and
are sun
;. JON will be largely in the with no tendency to Manus-ate or gripe. aota'. lIo.M' Fur a MOBI..... F. N. HITCHCOCK 4: CO., Agents TitimiUe, FloridA.

bands of a few skilled or fortunate so For ,ile I by Id Crow Pharmacy.Some A suggestion has been made for the

called captains of industry and their '-' bouse in whlcb Kmlle 0-
of the
purl 1ot
aeM. iICoidsi
lllaH p4 .. Elrrtrle LI.*. --
UeutenantL"If men think that they expiate all Zola was born and its transformation r "
It 1s expected to reach a speed ot'
this tendency Is not stopped we the sins they ever committed when Into a public monument to his memory
]JO r4H 4 an boor In the new tests
shall become "a nation of dependents they have the toothache; women know says the Londcm Globe. The

'':; "- declares Judge Grosscup, and be would better.The. I I hon** is situated! at )l"*lan and Is the which 'f\ill t* made on the high speed
electric line! near Berlin says the! New I
;; top it by federal control of corporations goal of an annual pilsrimagr of the
the excision of ttock Jobbing and fellow who gets the worst of It admirers of the great writer but it York WorM. It will b@ remembered
the .-riments which
thAt last
eii were
water logged concerns and an rmployeea never tells! about it In the magazines Is la Imminent danger of being sold
made on !.t..- !r- -tall1 ld tract from It should be borne in mind that
: profit sharing system.Tbe nyway. to a primal purchaser, who In all probability told weakens the lungs lowers .
I Purlin Marlrufeld to 2iosen, resulted every
transformation of the ownership will make considerable alterations the and the
1 tn a *f+>.Hl of over l.V mile an hour. prepares
of a country's industrial property Auld acquaintances should never be ,. In its appearance. M. AlfrvdBniat --- --. --.. --- I system {or the more serious diseases I

from Its people generally to a few of forgotten If they happen to be easily u, he-merer, i' making a great 6hr Your StotnMh a Krl. +I among which are the two

't its people only rvacboj the bedivck of touched. effort f<:>r the pn-rratJon of the place greatest destroyers cf
Your f-.d ,.J
oiU't Utrolly ilisf
octal and moral forces on which alone and catls on an K()*l n-publlran* to pcetunocu and coniuaptioo.:
and a- iniia'p! tu to(any ta'ne in yon. "I
the *hole structure of republican Institutions aubucril their nJte to tt.. um n.-ow [ If }oor ton-.at-ri if soak or diwsred tyke I

for under ucb conditions for its He points out ( Chamberlain'sCough
rvs: sary pun-bs Ko-iol: Dy iMUi Cure. It dtta 11 hatj

;', .. Instead of \I't'OIUIlC each on himself that tb> habitation of <;amb*>tta has you dt and gates the >Wm rh a mt. en-

.- aDd Rita own latf Utgvuce chMty far sucv bw sand from spo'ladoo: and a* abitnx It to recorate| tike on ors l.f.. Remedy

cess, the great bulk of our PV' Increasingly Zola did as nub for Pratx by his ami grow >trv;cstrain.. K<.ic>l curw *KJr I.1 I

.. will become dt-prnJeats upon -ritlr.jr as Gatnbetta did by has oratory !>{marh. fi. bating, hart palft! 'it twti his s oa its great /pu arty by iUproopt

other TboHf who po**e'sm ill.tNt1. a similar! honor should b* aucorde1 and all d jf'-tivr 411"1'11." r.\ >"Jilt' .I cvr ..f LmS i:'Ck.: Ky 'Ultt't! f m It aria
expectoration tftlirrr -
: ble means will come to rely solely upon to tie founder of tb- League of heR1tta
.. r r tbft Ki riol l>jnpa" Cure k area aitttr the ic,:i act: opens the
Institution aDd of )lan.Tr.llrt.. t i
financial !
the great commendation that can U4 given it, aii secrc'sota, effecusg a speedy and
: those w&rt po**** nothing but capacity Many a brave man sidesteps a bet.I fa rtl thrlife ort)
'.." for labor upon the great organlw tie when his wife commands the I- as three )rare old. ?\* 14 fto* MI' Arid l :5 5mr : any ttn: cry Vsvtfd pneumonia.
hoot of labor. That to paternalism; pa- oppoa- Electric railways are ;tttsg to U tae kept it f* her nUraty.. tat of 1

tertuUiui In aliat Its ttual form; the i j I tag side. the fa.hk>Q In Japan. Tokyo has them eeurrr ,L. ouiy taken It now _nrn any- Price 25c, Large Size Sot

'T paternalism that will eventually divide j: la abu 4sn.. and now CKaka the comiLerrttl i thing di.azrt,e with ti r." Loki tHOU.I3TWS i:..ot L------.,armagim.>e J

t. the country into two hostile camps, thecarp It takes lots of courage to marry sa ce&er cf Jspaa. U prepartnjto : ; ('mot' Pharmscr, Titasti:e, Kao reai;W'
belres*. but men are courageous creature 1'turnaey. lao (lat.ie
of those who have and the tamp follow autt(5rtrd I i
\ij. and have ever IntDoUied themselves '

of those wb\ have not; the patenuUssa for the gtxi of the cause.C roe..aeaetro.. OA.BTOZtXA.eSaws .
t taut.pe dlly docnds Into actual state I
-, :Mr. B W. K,_ _. ,. t
" : rotted etttunAtp as K i3er. Irq .
ocUltsia or a iry 1rb.a T. Has.a M. I
--. socUl- 1Hih'h: t.t.d tat +.. II f..e titrt- K ;&.Z'
, Dtn't& a&l syujiid U state I j I I The! fir>t action when TOO hare! stboatd toM Ino'\f"j,4; tt'.e-,{kaXV_ tart 6r ,.E,. q'1i1'l1ccnr.m I r !

-. test. bb n4i the This i.
> T innr* : ;:t1 ft.. f.rorured a b-Uk of I t
-ller*. then. la our own day and at. t-l a.-rom\lilho by the free n- cfChamberlain's ,IIal'.r,, Ilutrhtnai'chin anti .1 o"flPf"tJ I Seeds

;:-- this ertty hoar of the day U the parting Cooth Remedy. Thijmnciiv I|I him That aid *5i *H'.. a jr), Alod .ia= : ;,

< of the ways. Ahead lea the road tapaternaUam. liqiwfi.ot the tenth room and ;I.. a-aar5 lrpl. t..u* ID .f,. Ixxi- Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets arD, aw.. tt ..., u..r Uft
the '+ i its! from the air not:* of': rtttbog ,. oa Jw"" a e..tott u.T ta.q
To the Wt Is open cut expulsion W" .f. arh at it.: f r t x'Sflt Mrs rb. _1aI4-w'..'
\ '' road to state I<.1.1. hI... ns toq(441." :-,c it;. A Buy Easy lq. fa..oH_ loa tr4sn tK4 t.1.101.
Klin E t&: ullc.ntoi Vgtst.dSc tar
r. there two ruaiis. and op*"* the ,wrmioo A t'DCDpwk'tt1rt' and II 9) tow tee al k.-1i (rrI't.srv.&t'J.. ttt W13ID ant..u.,4... tNa.relr
:. : Eke distinct way anxlowt. This rrnedr will cor t er Coma s tea I .tg. tJoa. Li'. .. .. .
.1 Fr a.Th4 &k at.O.MyRRYdtCO.
and prwdpkr* all their own.Bat -' -- _J Lbo-1 Text-. F .':+ w &'rlM&.lJpiL".o
I over Uc a Kierr' hold ia Ks time than any etbertrvitroeat C.A.BTOn.'XA. rass's !. &J fI.a. t zr.'z &e"k U";aCM .
the .
': a UttJe way ahead, within and it leavre the .ym in a tics ? tt! lrr "" h'2 b:1 '' ud llactat'In F.ra! llnu&a:Tea a Lab. C....... rcpt.r ;
' clear eye can carry. Use ditkMU It fc-t f_ z.-c.a boL G.eetaa err byBawana
\ that any catarai and healthy ct
., -
ran (> ltaisa
. _. two road meet For let tt Dot be forbr eoonterartj any teodencr toward pries.I .I'I I
7 G3'JElf N'.ccns rm SALLOW PfOPU
'"' ca tt ; 11tar :!
: these wtw P* aoj j I moms For ask b1 Bed Pharmacy.ry a ,



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%THE'FLORIDA STAB teen co notice of tha matter. had not YlmlR nw lID mWUlS. ..t \,';UilS01Df 1:

y. .y < aomtof oar' friends insisted that' Brother OUR NAVY JAS. FRITCBARD & SON : ;

; : :;'?*IN ,1P.r at eke postomce atTltaavBlt Y Andre!* Article placed M in a false light\ .N..tt.atap Ia Rdd rte.a livery Tawaaa.d

aeemd slainm.U t9atiez. Recommends PC-ru-na-Other
before the people of our county. i Tlltags.HzLBoruL. TITUSVILLE FLA.,

; 'r t SU B.1/gtu. Mil*?M* F UI MSPTJBLISHg I Prominent Men Testify.


: : yr Y;V-z 3? : )EVEEY> FRIDAY MOMOSOCB From UM Scientific American. I Mrs. Barbour and friends, from Eat SOLE ll1E1TS FtlitBoydellPalilts.

Gallic were visitors here Wednesday af .
w a 'fA .OCrm VOB' SIX GOTHS. will be necessary to build 120 miles olrailway ternoon.
; _. I Messrs. Powell Patterson and Milliard
the and the oand '
Wy y ldv rttaf.B BWa hnJaIaed sIt on keys over t ( q
..,u.u... and other passages separating them. In of Wankegan, III., have been enjoying a .

all, 20 islands are available for the extension cruise to the oyster beda.

matt W clearly andentoad that witfctTHK but co ten tban 40 miles of ,elevated lion. frank Fee and son, )ir. Wm
,? dint wr iu editor to rapomoUe for
i ,. opiskJu expmud by corrapoadcBU. work most be built above the Fee, of Fort Pierce, are among the many

--- water, not counting the treetling between who are enjoying the chantauqna. .

The True Democrat it the name of i a Key Largo and the mainland. The Mi wes! Florence and Bernie 11001-

: new weekly' paper to be started at TalUhaasee Fortunately the formation of the keyi son, of Ean (Ja1lie, are guests of the

p about March 1st by John G. Collin lends itself to the project Rising bat a Campbell House daring their eta) for the + r

; few feet above the eorface ftf the water, it chautauqua season. c cor
which U to be intensely' and loyally
.. *, consists, of coralline: rock offering a level I Mayor Chas. Stewart is entertaining.

= .y Democratic We gladly place it on our and smooth surface after the few feet of his mother Mrs. J. A. Stevart, and 'y try ,

s >- exchange list and wub the new nature soil, which has accumulated on the rock niece. Miss Grace Stewart, of Goodall,,

hn been removed. But a minimum
y t ? great roccew. dunng the chautauqua. t I.,"
amount of grading will be required and
)lr. Ctiaa. Morton and family and Rev
Some of the politicians in this state anseemingly an abundance of I ballast is available in
Van Sickle and wife, of Fort Pierce, are 3r
the form of the rock which is
pit'Ct'lof I
L trying to stir op strife lain: quartered at the Riverside during the
found on all of the keys. The fact that
;f t" between political factions when there isno chautauqua. They are all having a glorious Miied Heady fur the UrttaJi.
the same formation lies beneath th* intervening
''': need for it A correspondent of the time.
waters renders the scheme feasible >

< JYntacola Journal states thai as SenatoiTaliaferro's in the opinion of the engineer, for it Mr. E. G. Jones, with his charming r Manufactured from 1'ure Whlt

I March 4th offers firm foundation into wife and son, Master Otis, have returned t+
:L; j term expires ,, a sufficiently
t ti ". Ahich1lhe from Baltimore and are again in their
4 'rt:;.. ." there wilUbe a vacancy in Fionda'a repmentation supports' of the bridand Lead and Zinc. One C'allon Cm-
".' other work can be set. The depth of inter home on New Haven avenue. Old
i' .J, : in the U. S. senate from that .
friends have them back.
to .
are delighted connooo'Ir.IYicholat
f water, however, ranges from 3 to 18 feet,
-. date until the legislature reflects him in from 'JoU to 300( Square 'ed .
since several of the passages! are navigable i Melbourne has visitors from allover era :

i April and this correspondent insists that fur vessels of this draft. The deeper channels "the country who are delighted without ,

it.would be unreasonable! for the governor will, of course! be spanned by drawbridges little town and are now enjoying the Commodore Somerville :Nicholson, cf Surface Two Coats.

to make any other ad interim appoint. and it is proposed: to support Chautauqua of the Tropics, which is being the United States Navy,in a letter from ,

x them on piers of masonry at a sufficient so ably managed by Mr.' W. T. Wells 1SST R St., :-:. \\% Washington, D. C.
F? I meat than Senator Taliaferro, for reason Send for Color Card and Trice
elevation above high tide. By far the and Dr. W. L. lavidtltJD.ol Washington. +av s t t

,- : which we admit are well taken, and it it "Your Peruna has been and l< no"
Art most extensive marine work will be between Mesdames C. Yates, W. F. Sheffield, --, ._- i/i
used hy &o many t>f my fnen U and
a probable that if Governor Bromard : what i is known Bahia Honda
Very as and Mary Bentley have gone to Melbourne .
acquaintance as a euro cure f< r catarrh
,deems an ad interim appointment at aU' and Knight's key. These islands, )located Beach to spend a few days at that that I aai nvliid of iU -uratlvvqualitk ,

necessary, he will honor Mr. Taliaferro i I about midway in the series, are no less J peaceful and delightful J spot by the sea and 1 uuh-luUnly: rcconi* 0. F. DURFJ. lgut,

e 5 ., than 8 miles apart, the water varying in shore. They will hate rooms at the mend it t.) all rni aufTerlng from -<>.
with each appointment, notwithstanding -4.
depth from 6 to IS feet At this point Whitinllllon e aLd meals at Myrtle atage. that complaint.. : .. .,u.

:,:. the fact that Governor Bro ard and Senator '. the which extends along the Atlantic The lil;he;t Wren in cur nation have '
: Taliaferro belong to different political side of the keys for such distance is given IVruna a strong I rntlorwinent. JA J- ? 1
F Mr. Chas. K. Faran, of Cincinnati Men of all cla-e and 1".1t..>:> are .,--
factions But is it at all necessary to.. broken and a considerable mileage of the : arrived Monday and as usual ID among n aally repreotntal.If .

.: raise this qUtt'tiooben congress ads : structures will be exposed directly to the .the pleasant jriects of Hotel Carleton. you :0: not datu prompt 111.1 '.'!.< { } Weskrof

<: ;. journs the same time that }fr.Taliafer- open sea! A number of other passages Mr. Faran ha been coming to Melbourne factory rr..uU! from the u>>e of Ir 411(1.

"-' vary from one to three miles in extent very winter for many years and has a w rile s.t o.ut to fr. IIarlm.a, ;giving }iltati f
ro's term expire?
.'/ Several methods are available ( full ..
\lUUP- host or friends here, who are alwaysrcaly statomcntf'f your 4.3."t'.1 b will

-.. .". porting the elevated work, but with the I tot't"lme! him lie also owns be pleaded to give you lii> vaioabl oJ : or allKit'J.1
D bra
0: ,. TO ELECT A SENATOR. exception of the bridges, it is probablethat I valuable property here. vice giatl

; Governor Brotard has authorized atpedal steel posts or piling will be utilized Address Pr. Ilsrtmtn, Pn '! "< Mefrs. Genrge A. and John D. rcIkan 'bl" J!-,r"niin ti3nii'\.' itn O nl u*, 0. .
metal below
+. election to select a elate senator in entirely. the water .. + a
Fr, I of Pittcburi, Pa., are again registered --- -
must be protected by incasing the pillarsin
> the counties of Marion and Bumter to at Hotel Bellevue for the M'L.'IOn. flTUSVILLK.: FI/RIDA
wood, which has been treated to a
take the place of lion. C. M. Brown' These genial gentlemen have a nuruherofPltt
preparation of creosote, which in turn
; 'bnrg friends with them and have also
f' ". whose removal to )1t&ml.lrtoally makee will prevent the wood from being damaged a BOBBINS
brought a handsome launch in which
is his teat in the senate vacant by the teredo. ,
they can enjoy the fishing t-j-ortx of our
This election is in accord with the wiah- Upon the keys and adjacent waters c J A GRAHAM
Fatuous Indian liver, near Melbourne.The .
over 100 mttof railway will be required
't M of the Democratic! executive committee> -- CO.,
not counting the trestle with
; : T of Marion and Surnter counties! and connecting Chautanqua of the Tropic, w Inch
the mainland and the portion which
Melbourne | oflal
:;. meet with the approval of nearly all must be built through the Everglades! to opened at Wt'tnf'ILlay nurol1lUB 1..I..p c...... M aatl
week, ha received a patronage that hat '!
Democrats of thorn two ronnties well. the terminus of the line. The
aa present ..
Thl" .... liens
been t very gratifying to the management ('UfIIl'JI")
f Mr. Brown, however, anxious to hold total length of the extension is t-Munated and thowp that a .1.1.rI.'J1I.l interest is in the Indian Eti*..rOM0- t

; at nearly 140 mile, and when completedit trv.onth* *t I.new Ri*.r,
(,t -:. his seat and will cornet the matter before will undoubtedly be one of the mart taken in this enterprise, at New Kites Mid u* Bbravnr .

: ) s< : the een&te itself.' It a ems to us that The oj>ening on Wednesday evening BuyIMUCKS'IO.SI. _
expensive' pieces of railway construction
Feb lath, 1\ as; i rmewbat infonnal in
eflfrwpeit! on the part ..1fIr.. Brown in the world. Nothing approaching
r I harai1er, eoi ,Ling mainly of the ad. : iTTIIK'llMKS.:
I should lead him to retire gracefully and marine work has ever tarn attempted- IF Yon: inir: f Iretfres" of welcome and an outlining of

.. L' not force himself to represent a people The Third Avenue railroad on Manhattan the: l'rolrlLlDlU of the a! *inbly. .+e'' up in smoke HV that your nw;nrydoesn't mod fur IaJlrttrrurf
\ Island is than the M-nion :
slightly longer
who do not want him. I !;IV-rtha Weidams.. of Toronto, tpt with it. I'roJt' YOllf1'lt'1f111.! () AT .

......... .. to be built between Bahia Honda and
ti.w. + .rk favored thf audience with mm of her FIIJK IXM'ICAXCK:; :

THAT COUNTY FENCE. Knight's key. The Luciu cuu.ff, bywhich inimitable dialect sketchee which Mere TITt' \"II.I.r. -.!, MIAMICream
ri : the Southern I'acificsjftemirfwtes and, twteas-y, )Intt to-day, for tomor.
THE STAR tie! ;nthu!'ii-tiraly! reeivei.MieMCharlotteCnnke .
Two n't'h.go printed
Gnat Salt! Lake, l' prices iMuii!es of now may I I. too late. < nveu the wordand

4 i": wording of a propoxxl special act to lintroduced >ett Lretlieftotk while! the New Orleans andNortheastern the giftediohn we will provide stir policy! that will 'vI I l'rE'S
artiste, mail! her tint appearance and mean saftty and Matlsf3ctin fur you
I tt at the ermine tension of the railroad crotM-ti Lake 1'out- wa' well rwt-hed. But nenay it again: 110 It 10 diY

1 1. providing that reurJ county chartrain on a structure which rs Smiles Vermifuge
I ', ginlatnre Mr. William Alone, familiarly knowna.
in hritgth but U-th if the iatk-r
; r may build a fence" from north to math areiniely Bill hone, was the principal attractionon 'ALTOS
1 wo,den tre tle and ofier no parallel to I. 67IIIITEi
{ either "along the right of WI\1or thee Tliurlar and made a derided hit in if tE:
the marine construction which mu t tie -
+ original ]>Hiem and character ketches
= F. K C. rail*sy, or to vary from Mid carrit't! out on the Key \Vet lit.e. '
On Friday Mr C. 1lrkrrjam: lecMreil 1. L. MOBLEY !{ J-46 'NORM
.;: '/ line as may he deemed bet," etc. The building! I f this extrusion, Ilow- on !Stamina the Foundation! <.( ,

j' _: This article dd nt appear on the editorial e'rr, will gi\f the railroad in 'j'jttionacitMi He .th, and orjfo\lIiZ/'d cla*** in physicaltranin ) TiTF-CILI.L FI.Contrvt ..\ \\\
to one of the burst tlill.'r! on the
i -: page, wither did wetn-lorre it, : ?, for all kind. u t Paintin K*. REMEDY
5 American ct-asl. that (,I hey V* "'l M hit h \
." bit .e did state that our columns are Tf afternoon lectnrp rt'Cllal4U oco- fcornin.ng, Vt4.nuy, f ini-lnnf anti i'a{.-illabging
4a t+nit a depth p..t l>y Mr. (1.)(if anti the Mite .Adam pnCO"IYJfI..i
.. :, open far the d *cawn of the proi-*! The harU-r if am-N-iLIe: lyditfertnt hur tt'nt with pn-,,i workman Miip THE CHILDREN'S FVOftIT TOllle.
and O"ik<-. .,.... ... ... .
: O' .0.
T r't,; bill, and that "now is the time to discus {wsa..."''i, and ts.sut&wrtlyeon. .
Th+ evt-ninj lectnr, by Hev J. II. Work anywhere on the East CoastMiiiriUd Tut IIrOJ'o .r..rtr '

:' :f : it thoroughly) oar representative will! ni<..li,-o! to nccitiiiUXHtate! a ntltsi>irrabiefltt F>rd, Hijir-riotend'-iit if the Canadian Baliard.Snow! Liniment Co.
Ikt know whatyou
1Jt'lal veer
of'araug.1I.g tri'-'t-l8 It is uinieru -
.. know how to hand! the subject when Cfiautaoqia, on lVfntrrp
; : the leicuUture m.....ts." * .4.t le:. i<>n i'l t-> tahlbh a transfer N-rvicv
thoroughly eiyoved. Mr. Ford a!' bw -- ,- -
:. The Cocoa and Kncktedrc" New of last
b> ten KeyY tt aud Havana, *) that
char of the daisy: morning Bibucalhcxir. ",'ijn''ft''ffl.'i"if'l ;j l'I..' ;nn Ii';'.: 1f.t4Ttk. K5Lt.
:: week, refers to proposed bill as "Tns freight. can be ship l'froru tins country :

STAR article," making it appear that we w Cuba by the carload: wuhout bru>kirg The pritcij.al attraction on Saturday I. i (I"wader aid >>J Tlrttt ..'a Re+,..of .......
bulk tare 'Jf 1D 11pp..... .i. .... .. fill ...
,.. '- may have originated it, or had soon,thing en routeA .V. the grand concert in the evrntn introdunng IF ..i. rte.-q.t ..")IIrt hi mad fur lb..... tr..1y. ffltif.4a .
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, 5Ie->rs. A V. Stw-lton an-1 0. wtur.atb.ktrtabNsUdta.y.1i.r
# to do with it We wish correct: the intimation diet! of apples and milk Is most err. Mum m '-vmtlutatM ... It I XtSHSIl _
i thus made by our contemporary 1 wholesome and well balanced, uyi theNew li. Mcl- in their Lniijo and onziDal :: You are in prr+_rrlnn It f.' ,1 are Art.rd.ak I WII rjl at 1.. ...
musical number, iiter,1erwd with rea-1- =: thing VfJi1hnmtfti ., not w car t. a,ltrrt... <+B (.m be advertiwtl : York World. The potash content In fnwt A tfc tr.srt 4or Burr MI
. bill drawn
The was to inproper \
t ire o.iunilir if Till
in.."t by Mis* ,Jam* and Mr Gne. : It
ion", U. b.nd
411rllll Mrl..et. lit..
of both are high and they yield noun
: a kjral form in the Foit Pierre Jpt"rjntpD"rn' l..ni.t n prt'ac.l the :: \n. and .f b..hoat an'1 l brat budder f-., .... all Yt wb' -
s and .
WlCf'Ut for brain, bone muce.
Sew s, in w htch the notice appeared chutau4t1a wrmon in the auditonuna: un :: 'ux den rtt.+4 lasd+ O.-wrt
R ; havlaj a .outhic; sweet cpun thenerves. itIF 9m" Ail ttet tart uf Ua>l lye.y I. tltvfa a/
last week over the name of oar rPJ'rwot'nt.I The apple should cot b* Sunday arts conducted the te*per rryir I oonlr Florida .s-nJ M Muf ......
= I the t'ff"oint. That trot uf bad i't ___ l lrsrttN/
4 aim, Mr. Claude F. Olmstead, By way pared &tI tl* a&h contents of the skin ; 2'4 sari. unite i5 .aA reinafa. as a ...1

valuable to tte human -. -.. -- 210 ft .Nt 1M G8 '..-t n.."k ..t..* w..
of courtesy we wen permitted to publish are system. INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE :: YOU wart fcoUtrthif.j that >"ri eaetoroer tie ...,rtt...t gtte+trt fill tttYaortbwtutOoartrf

the proposed bill the rule we k it w as -: LftttiVl gut, sVivrniHfr It :n ;-. -rf ....'10.' t to.wb .......
Japan thinks seriously of inviting all Carries in seek the Everett piano the :: TH. KXA& and %/or waste wt*: ktflbrnrr aior: uarr ,f area r ,'. -*>, at ....
intended to be pabhsJied in the Fort artistice'taadardl ft Harvard l o.i- ;: ]. : ...c 1} r h :" t\t wtatncU .
creation to come to a .orld'. fair! and t#* > be enpph< : .. '
ea.5i4 ruit 4.'h. .e:afI&11ltt ....
# Pierce News, bat for eon* reason thee incidentally look her OTt'!'. With the wif( and Bailey piano, and the Farnni : ('AJ' .. r. ,

t ;. notice in the Fort Pierce Seas na delayed energy and Icgvodty of the Jsp K and old at Putnam eict*.orfirts.ljr (ly.-!_Ttrfe j ncr makes* f...r cab are, :4: IF 1: 1;- MX-!. ". .tTitr.v
4 would HflJ1 feuitie to nit the ttttle r t" f t
k rt e ; jcat a week. Atlanta loose from Ua moor..nc'lud float or can lr purcha. on the installment i I::::

= J have whatever 1- John White & Co.
: Now we objection plan.cur
; ft around tU world for xkJWttoa at 1I bu.tfiI-M
i purt< will tell! you that we Late A reaD is a 1fA man r.eoojU < IT r

; .' ', Brother Andrews opposes the proposed caoroooaty profitable ratce.FOBMLE. eared them money in tee pareLa of I> too e jfjodMaUonirry Tut < loturau.......... .n

r. ; bin, if he chocee to, but we want to in- their intrnw.ents' and we are ready to I MUOm. la aquippkd to supply l 't-... .
L; the right kin.1 of pribtw on theE 3: 1IIt
" F K& that it w not fair for him to seek' to Tt>e sharpie boat All Right Most be do ,tPJ.a'* by you : btrtgoalftyofpaper. at reaa<&a- < FURSUd

sold. At Good Write us fur particulars: and prict* tie !Send order
your own fcjarr. for j price. 01 an
it "Sri article
make it IPr"fha& was a j. Hidet.
bunting pru, etc. Jdreas Box :15, Punos recUrl for the tocritt fIr'UAl.Tituuile --. ,,p

; ," as hede&edil We would hive TStomlle! F'.a. Ha. :: y &-

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Almtte .restore color 10 gray teir,ai &e dart,rich color used Have Made a : : '

.... The heireopa fllJiJll.amn ton end heavy, end all Reputationof *'s.s. !

dIIdtd AIel drtainf.rt Trj'r'r. 4w'iKr. B. a t11r -: r Their Own. .. '

Betterfnats-Better Profits The success of the San Mateo Cigar <.
TO. DRAIN. TEX STI20LAOES. Better peaches. apples, peart and i
: WRUIR1llPITllh1'OR is of the
i; RI berries are produced when PoUshi one greatest triumphsof
The trip from which Governor Browird liberally applied to the soil. To the East Coast since the freeze.

la ...ci and party returned fart week wu their insure fall crop of choicest quality,
*. V w to ttw DUpwsl use fertilizer the of Florida and tht
a containing Dot less Made from the choice growths of tobacco that peninsula
; .f Atrrai sec ed incpectioaof the Everglade ate. than i. per **&. aetwalPotash island of Cobs can: produce, and wrappfd with the rich. silky leaf grown on East
In tion within two wttkt They Ute, coast; plantation, the agar industry of the world hu never pit duad a bet.-r al'tirie"
:$ the of the
course splendid inaugural therefore, teeD the Everglades aloof both For ale by ail the Wading hotel? and clubs and by the I'nioo News thmpauy
: address delivered by Governor W.a Jen- coaata, and have also traveled through the on every train entering Florida.

: 1ir ninp opoo Qua occasion of hi* induction middle of the great 'af't'a of tavnue, Twenty Sizes, Styles and Grades to select from.
% inlo"o16ce on Janaary g%1901, he recom. which they declare contains some! of the Seed her ear>vnctkal booluef fatfcrautkn:

mended the creation by the legislature of richest landa in the world for ayricultanilfmrposes. i the,&ra tot adveriwia intilucn. bat joofhku... autficruauv: ,bwnaorpecul / Manufactured by S. W. ROWLEY-, San Mateo, Fla. r
tmtan. Searbnaxti&a4
a commission
temporary to adjudicate .
and dispose of certain GfU.UI tons .. ,.. .. . .
caws to be allotted -- -- "" -- -
More fully convinced than ever U everyone few rt-W liMtw St,"

toll by the jo tkwto enable the supreme in the party bat tile whole of the z:ear.U.O tkitTHEI THE SEWING MACHINE COMPANYAre

court to dispose of accumulated cases and everglades can be reclaimed by aeyt>teru SINGER
Clear the docket epeedily; and the ertablUhmtnt -
of drainage canals and also that the
of reclaiming now ...Ihnrf.e.inr Machines ON EASY PAYMENTS. ;
another- division
of they
of these Und will make Floridaone
supreme court by constitutional amendment of the richest iUte in the onion.
At tilt head
of the Matanzas river they
x.- Governor JeoDin <' plan fur remedying found a dredge at work cutting a canal!
a the itself 5ur Direct Representative ia at your Prop us a card and he *HI call on you.
ilvhas proven an exceedingly
toward the headwaters of the Halifax service''
; wise one. The court has at last caught nver. Driving across the intervening HASBROUCKMOTOR Suing Machines Sold or Rented. Terms: $3.00 doin and $3.CO per monti. ,g

- : cp with all its accumulated work and, strip, which they estimated to be about From 10 to 20 per rent diraxint allowed! for old m.d..n.11 make of machine 4

- r now devoting' its time to disposing: of car.S seven miles wide, they found another repaired. Xetil'ts' beds, tic, fur all kinds of lJla hinte.

S teat work. large dredge at work cutting a canal toward -
At the beginning of the January term,
the Matanzas river. The ctrip of STARTS EASIER! RUNS STEADIER DO NOT USE POOR OIL-For uw on sewing machine, writing machines. bicycles
1005 of
the supreme court, there were seven miles i i. the only part of the entire GIVES GREATER EFFICIENCYand and for all \. r.-quiring a tine lubricant, the bet is the cheapest in
T nine old caves on the docket undisposed trip that was not made by water. the end. Genuine SING Eat OIL can only be obtained at Singer tiort

of. Ninety-two new cases were brought LESS GASOLINE horsepower -- -, .._-. '.
All in the party were very favorably uses per .F
5- S tothe January term, making a total of Addre The Co.
impressed by the progress being made on Singer Manufacturing !T
101 cases. There hu been decided thns [ than any other engine made.
the Matanzas Halifax
cot They
far say We continually demonstrate this Cocoa, Florida. .i
during January term, which extends that when this cut completed there will ..

.ti to the second Tuesday in June, 13 be an inside route all the way from St. (\mml'rdalliz"-8 to 300 horse, power. --- .._- ;!

tafIf' It is vVry probable that at the Augustine! to Miami. Special Light lligh Speed sizea; from Organs. Organs. Organs.

close of the present term there will be no :20 to 250 horse 110.tr. sound like Price card when "
They found the St. Lncie river to be a Repalred-Made to ; new. $5. IInp us a you Lave ..
undecided cases on the docket to 11* carried stream there leant feet
deep being at ten work for us to do. Ad.lrt't@J.M.M.BROCK.COCOA.FLORIDA. '

over. of water at the point it cornea out of thegladt'S Benj. W. Jerome .. y
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Thus, for the first time In at let! twenty and which it is ,
beyond not navigable. -
t S years, the''people of Florida are now A canal rut across to Lake Okeechobee STATE AGLVT, E. L. BRADY & BRO.j

t enjoying the constitutional guaranty tlut! from the head of Saint Lucie river, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.

right and justice shall be administered would direct outlet for that lake
without delay. The justice of the court the Atlantic ocean and, the members of ;

and the people are to be congratulated the party believe, would accomplish great Weekly Weather It"pon.tJ. We handle product of all kind We are ;cnU fur M.IW*' FrrtUUtr We deal rirlaiv i7 .
the achievement of this desideratum in the ftUive lines of gouda. and solicit the trade of IU eounurarn. Write ut for prices en >
upon results in the of drainage. .I.DUABT3IL't or AQKICCLTCaK W KATHKE -
way They (Brain and all llnwrrieedelivered at your Ulion. .:. L ItKAIlY. HK<>..TiTVviLLE. FLA.
than wtdchtlnere was none more important favor such a .canal cut 2UO feet wide, and BUREAU.JfPirtK _

in [the needaof Floridians, the ,of gutficient depth for the navigation of FLA., Feb. 21. lY1J5. u
justices because of the arduous and faithful R. V. DOUGLASS : : ,
Mern-wheel 1 etramtaats. Such a canal Comparative statement of tem|>ratari : :
service which they have,individually and rainfall for the week ou'licg Tuesday, .. ..
would give a direct water route from the Feb. 21, 1905 -- :

and collectively, rendered in the hercn Atlantic to the gulf. By this route boat 1005 191.1J.TIt. .'". rin...: General Merchandise '

lean task of clearing the docket of the torrid enter the Saint Lucie river, pass MAX. i tx. ."1. MI; !'. :
Feb. U.9 57 7S! 5S
r. great volume of accumulated businw. throngh the canal into Lake Oktechobee, W. 6* 43 76 5* or ntrythiu&t
and the people because the evils so aptly 17. 71 51 77 fit a'17
ate; thence through thc anal connecting the usually kept in ROCKLDOE. .. PLA. t
i'' described in the platform declaration lake with the Cakkwahatchee! river and "" m.19. 70 74 :57 tut 7U 7tJ: 70 7l fi.1s,......,"',.t..,...,.... .: --- '-

t above quoted have been remedied. down that river to Fort Myer, and on to 20. 7s 71 7* till -- ,

The justices of the supreme court have 1'imu rU.-ea the ;1 M CH 7" 71 ..
on gulf coat-t .
ToUl rainfall fur the week.63. in. A. E. HILL
: uo pint-cure. There are very proliab'y The canal system is not to b, confinedto IVf> rtare rsiofil) tirthe week Pius .47

no public otficials anti lery few private the Everglades however, for the plans inches. ,
rainfill ftinre Jan. minus
Jlc-I>&l'1l1re Ut .
citizt'rutho do harder work or more ol SANFORD FLORIDA.
divu!>M-d include an inland route 3.02 iuche

it, than these judges. It grinding work from Jacksnnvit' !a to IMiita Fla+a, ou the U. r. II caorx.li8ieLl ,

'+ of the most wearing nature, and it l U n.,1' gulf OOA t. Such a project, broached some 1 i in i'but" General Hardwal"e.I

1 iy a double tacriucv for the justices to years ago, would (have len hooted at,

[ slave with this work as they do, fur any of but it is believed! to be fesu-ible: and prac Doors Sash Blinds. Cement
them could easily win greater financial ticable.

reward at the bar and at the name time It is evident from what the governor Consumption Lime, Brick, Lath, Etc.

live live of greater leisure and It l >as of hu had to My to Superintendent Milwand I

the tremendous responsibility! which attaches other officials of the canal company, GUNS AMMUNITION AND FISHING TACKLE '

;' to a eupreu-.e court jistirahip.The and alw to the prvcc reprtiEentativee who ,

opinions of the Florida supreme have interviewed him, that the drainage; fJ| There is no specific for Plumbing.; Gas and Steam Fittings.

: Court; rank very h'gh throughout the plans, with a view to important internal consumption. Fresh air, exercise Arj.-cun nn.t$ HUH ttYlitS; |"-. ;&ilY LmiiUr inl) whin rlHi ; ,

country, and they hv ..?rldoiu bt-vn over- transportation improvements, will bem nourishing food and Tin Shop under ci>fiijtent fui>iuan Itimtln;:. outu-nnj; t'-'l..im'r.Dd Jfib

ruled! in the ft-w ;AI'[ peals! which have been presented as to became one of the jx iicjv! Scott's Emulsion will come Wnfk pionj'tvSole Atlt'IJfJt..t k s

taken to the Tniini >tatesnupreuiecuuit.Tin of the alfll1il1i -tr.tion. ( ov. roward'e i
Sooth Florida for the Norcross
it if lliere Agent
pretty near curing ,
>\ 'll f> 'l, u.1of this
'j'a'Oplf m. y <* pri> first uirtt-a"'a l.> the -xifIture ef Fk>ri>U
high trtiMinnl *. wi-ll! a* cnstified that the alit cuiitain aneipre pion uf his views is anything to build! on. Millions I Hand Cultivators and Fertilizing Drills.SNOW

.""ihtiinc rri .l<> it in the last four in regard to the Ft.ite inaugurating a 1I't'. of people throughout the ,
app ? yearn tIBu'llatu..1 l the mart H relieve liti- tern of inten.al Improteniemrnls that world are living and in good 1 '

Ve gait!. and inMirv t<> tie I (iple that "right will include the drainage thegwaiur* health lung.
on one
) SS and justice bh.t'l Uadu>ntiMrre.l without and overflowed lands, whuh weregrante ..

deUv.." to le! state by the luliun*! go't'rrIlBt'rt. t| From time immemorial the I A b ,

-- doctors prescribed cod liver 1e I
9r : .'!:LiCt:%! l"I.\J\U ltu.tIt.UInlt.:! Recently the British government so a
oil fcr Of
'' rattles dim. ; to usil trn> is!laMlrmber Mitt I far rcocnU the Importance of the .consumption.. ;'
... thai .t is nrmwary to tl.t.ua wlrvles system as to permit wireless course the patient could not h

: ti a penuit from the uard,-n. P Krmvri, at tele;rams to tee handled through the take it in its old! form, henceit I .1.1I
rba-tiara land.S .
: \n
postal telegraph offices of the United did little
-S _. very good. They II I
Kn: ou. Commenting upon this the
"nut'I KTY I'OR %.\l.l'' I (.In takeSCOTT'S "
S I London Daily News says there couldbanlljr I
Lot: and 5 room hnn>, l"uteri in TVtu .r
: Lave hero a more brilliant of.tot.ci t
M.'. .ville, 10 *i-res of tutmatork lundon I-! !
t for the adentlfic side of the new I
Cali I ,
: '- can creek. Can boo hal chiap. un .i fxfxf2"eiratar
tl. A. Fnrt, Titaerille.GEOKOMN. rear than I1f1a in the simple fact that
1 i I i'\\:
I from the smsltat: British country rtl- Ct.ts. i

\. | lag the wont 'Luoania will l'* a an!. : EMULSION I A Sure Cure S Soren rart G wda B.J.: .:i to.1
: I rra xs. ;
] feint telegraphic adttr.-u: for a teasel .
Mr. Odell, of Evanston, 111 !ha" Joined OiT.t Bruise Contracted Mjvtl! Lams Bit*. Stiff :a sap !
.tie hi family, who are ocvupjing the rawer I that is plowing the_Swntic--" and tolerate! it for a long I jUme. II Fretted Feet. Bums. ScaJd eta iAN
ANTISEPTIC that steps IrrUtacn. tubduc !Ir.iLunjr.jtai. -
; There is oil i
{ no not *
collate. An automatic gambler has beat the I, and dr es en-t Pan: ;
The people of Georgiana now have twos s J famous hack at Monte Carlo. If cam cxreptmj;; hatter. ;o Miiy: PENETRATES tie Por v kxness the Fifcrw Turn, itFr
i motet a free crcuuticn tf th. B:.rod. i"rl *". M-C.M 1 1rarai
k private schools, our pub! school having i j tllcg niut 14. there U reason in back digested and absorbed by the aastr I !
: y J
5 ; ckmetl at the Christmas! vacation. !! leg a machine against human rater sytrra as cod bier oil in the I BEST UNIUENT OH EARTH $ :t

It U all a matter of cbac ant a cold form cf Scott's Emulsion ALWAYS USED: :
Mr. Lee and wife, of Kaosw. are now OHCC TRIED i

.- here and they are strr/pirg with Mr. < blooded automaton will play on and on nv\\ that u the reason it is so ,
and tern get rattled OT sr gaios sad I CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM il
F. W. I.yman the father of Mrs Ie. j: 1Met helpful in consumption where Ir i

Mr. Uendy, of Evaiu4on. III., recently j jiotDed I '.. -** O..B.t It* Cated I r its use must be continuous. I Mrs. E. A. Shspsoa 500 Criig St., KaoiviHe, ; i
; his family who have been here] j Tecc., writes: 1 have beta tryicf the bttLiof t ;
? foul arJIli.-&t .w they: cmaoot rMCJa thedip.raer
By : will send
for some time. ny'Ur,. their own i| t partly of the ftU. ritrt is oaty OL* I CJVe you a i Hot Sprisf; Ark., for KiaUc rbcsaatisa, tat I I
formerly known a* the Uaiijproperty. ; ...r t) rare dC'afD... ud cut a by euastiza $air.pe! fret }J frt core relief from Board's Snow Liciaect :;
dwelling .M in- than sirdkine or saythiojt have erf r trkd.Itclotfd .
: t i t'c&l retardki >*f--u ra bj sn say
We are pJ sed Ii) have this tlam t'd roMtic-a.r the ..11tia A6 ot the g lk ..n t.ra ryafYra find pcttoSrt order for |1.00. Sctul ic_ t ;
family with u* again and enjoy U\?ir IU' !i idetf. wzaebisa tabs WkDthistQ retsln"arced a the Lyon ida Urge bottle by Soctiifrn Kipmt." ; !,
TOO hare a riu Mist a aml orb wrf ert bear
4 |i 1'icc and wk1a it M rctirrlr r dntta-lJ .a.eI a co tx +ta? THREE SIZES : 25c SOc AND 51.00
,, t.sad sales th.t iaf ama ation eu h. per d r xr, tare db (t t
I4' su BE S\,1fE IOU C Tnt OlUE
S The houseboat Nirodlo, o.c d by Mr. j I i ukea*t I" Ukts tube tamed to iU Nna1 e .aaa a. s..

Waldo Clement, of New York, is ease'i t- j b.. nine caws. cd hers in a day or rv The p"'>pl* hich U Wvthinc bet M tauten m iiiki&ii ST. LOUB U. S. A.
Lire' axe always p! ailu> ace )lr. CWracat the mat.- i sirfaetiwwe j. I 1 :

be bdngaa active tuMntW man, ',! wITt cite Oae Hndr-ed tllu. far as1ca.r 409 Pcuject '
of deafbwa QUt'd 111 eaUrTh that rati.a..t
gltinitUfe aDd iateret 10 whatever he.I. K.tend t>r n.i't IVarrK Cftrc.cirrolut. i rawd fur New Yakfx..tats.3te'up
Mr. C''awnt arrived here fn.. !
o F. J. CHEXEY A mTwwlsar451 OLD AND ftCCOMJAlMOftO BY
a few days ago his family baring preS& I; by4 Sts+. ac.
.w him.r. I hairs Family Rids a.reU beet. RID CROSS PSIIfilCT, T1TISIILLZ, tii CIO CIU.rt! PEiSliCT, LiC GILLIE ,

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'':-:- ", ."t .? PHIL'S BETS They, were Smith' betting cooxohaioaen I

-f Jii' ., a new tot It wu not known A. G. SPAULDING & BROS' :
-.. .. j.} ootfl afterward that the careless application IMy Breath.Shortness ,
?: I'
.. Ji handkerchief the signal
of the was
:t 4$4Tbe-Turf1P1unger's; Methods of to his men watching at every corner
Base Goods
',.: :; Jt ,Placing Them.. 1. of the betting ring to go to work. of Breath. Ball alldspbrting

.f :. The borer won.Naturally Is One of the Com .
,. I ,
s ', :, ,' Smith was feared wherever -

j ; ge ,''.,': 1 ,GEHU8 AT: EAIDIOAPPI53.) : One men of laid his wagers last experiences on, running In bones.a pool monest Heart Disease.Signs of The H. & W. B. DREW CO,

room of New York city will illustrate

':i: 11' :: ;1uy1.. .( HU Bu*. .. O.twlt ek.1..k.iakers perhaps the subtle way in which heI Notwtthstan&rig say heart disease what can many be cured.pTsysiolaaa Jacksonville

... ".... Always .. would outwit them. Dr. Mile New Heart Cure Eel permanently

'i ... L..k..t Ft IIia -X. Made I Smith accompanied by Keyea and restored to health many
Tr Distributors for the State Florida.
:4 several other friends went into EolePearsalfs thousand who had found no toilet ta
i : r'f' s algts Wiest a. L..f-B.W H. fti.. ; 1
i :- room one afternoon last winjter. the medicines (allopathic or fcoraoeopattlc -

...e im,.. at2N His Uettiag C.Itaata1.aer... t Three races bad been run on a ) of regular practicing physicians Th* tra supplied *t manufacturer k .r .*irt*.

>'<1" 1 western track and Smith stood gazing It has proved Itself unique In the bU- Retail order and club outl receive careful) atw.'h <
) Th Ute George E. Smith -ntUbur of Send fur catalogue.
tory medicine by being so uniformly
idly at the odds or conversing on gen
t f Phil." the famous turf plucger wu successful curing those dU .
1$1 i : *s<*
eral subjects. He dldnt know anything j
t !e .,t. the geeioa of his generation la betting Nearly always, one of the first signsof __ H __ ___ __- ,..
.. about horses he said; he was trouble shortness of breath. Whether

tta 1E OA the net W running horses MJ
taking no interest la them then. lie It comes as it result of talking or

1i! ; ?, the New York Herald. It mal be laid could' POt teat them. It came to the running up stairs, or cf other exercises The name "Simplex" J

t;i i !: ;, t'. ,that be WM Ute genius of aU generations last race Suddenly as if in surprise.his If the heart is unable to meet this extra

T:'1 r. to dTA and In all likelihood he eve lighted on a horse against dero.n4POD its pumping powers-there lMPLEX has been repeatedly 1

. f 'ili" will never hare a successor.jU which the comfortable odds of seven Is something wrong with it.
The very best thing you can do. Is to
r3-t.Z.. If", a handicapper be had few equals. to one. two and a half to one and six tale Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. Itwill p1Mb1 Y complimented as very
to five were posted to wine to run second
r,. -: V Bit feoipa first appeared In that. go to the foundation of the trouble .

t:._ { :.- Without education yet his mind could and third respectively. and make a permanent cure by appropriate. The Sim
he How Is his
1. "11.1. might, won. strengthening and renewing the etrves. "
situation In I
( up every every race
!: I doper "Dope" is the technical title "1 know that Pr. Miles' New Heart
aDd this he would never forget Where Cure is a greet remedy. For a munUr plex is simple in every ,
'< '1": men jroold spend boon In poring over tor description of past performances.Smith of years 1 Buffered from short(-''' of
immediately procured some and breath smothering tr-en. and pjins In '2
'- :; peat performances" Smith bad them my left aide. For months at a time I ; way and partioular. Its
began to study it with a great flour would be unable ta he
at call and this never diminish on my left *U- .
f> 7 t power and If i lay fttt on buck would
ish. "I believe be might win he my nearly -
._ ; ,{{; ed. 'To the end bis memory was unimpaired. nother. A friend adI"NtIng I>r. I' mechanism is simple.
: said.I will bet you |2i across the 1l11 s' New Heart Cure which 1 did a
board.be said and resumed his with goad results. I bf-Cn to Irtirr sat
t. : ; fJ. It was cot long after TltUbnrg again once, and after taking several tvttles tf':: 'z It does not easily get

: { .t: : PhD bad .made bit eastern debut atif. study. "Now be might be announced of toe Heart Cure tie pains In my a;la !:
again. "Will take |50 across the and other ymtoms vanished I I!m tr- .
.1' Monmouth Park: at Monmouth. N. J, you now entirely t"ll11 the dreadful out of order or need re j
board r he asked. It was taken. smothering spells: are a thing of tie 1
"f that tile bookmakers received several Then after another of his friends 'UL"-F. l', DRAKE, l1IJ Mo1rn. O. ,. j
it should
"' pair. by mischance it is
", : severe shocks in their bank accounts If the first bottle does not help you. any ,
down similar Smith all of the
Jc put bets
the druggist will refund
: : : and they began to be wary Nobody your mo-u-y.
time "leafing" the Writes easily fixed. The is warrantedand
1-; takes alarm quicker than a losing book. over past performances FREE ,** "rtal Simplex fully
> as if making the most careful l'adlaye 0' Dr. M''**' Anti.
:t t. maker and It was to loll them into a Pain Pllla, the New Scientific ilerariiy
study. "Take $100 across the board for rain. Also Symptom KUnk. Our is an ornament to any home.
of that Smith
false security *
f sense
SpwUlist! wail dia
more 7" be suggested. This was taken, twi your caw, tell
; '. r> jjan a system of betting by commission you what Is wn>n (. and how to right ti.
;, and the plunger laid down his book. I-' W'. r>U. MtlXS MKliIOAI (,'0.. Sold Dy I
- ; en that continued while his turf career
+. "Another hundred be questioned. But I.WOlt.t7Ultlli3: J1.1 AL 1tT. LNUFlrBill.h
" :! j IlItt'd.i. !

t.: One time toward the closing days ofrt by this time Peanall had begun to
grow suspicious, and he said "No. but SuflVriugh
Monmouth Park a group of men truly ,
be would try to get it on by telephoneat
often t-au-ed hy sores uUftn ami
. : rural appeared' In the betting ring and ,
some other room. It was bet Just as that kin. \Voi.
cancers fat a'A" your _
"P, began' to bet on a horse the odds of
:.- the telegraph wire ticked "They're off. B t.t1t.1I. of Flat Rile! / Iich., nays: "Iliave 1
< f-' which were 40 to 1. They were betting The hone Smith bet on was not mentioned I u-d lurklf'a Arnica Salve for nicer

'/i .. y :. only 115 and 120 at a time. At the In the first three. At the quarterit *, sor** and ranivrs It i i.< the U &tl FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY !

.: tame time It became known through was the same way. "I guess I found healing l ir.*'iiif I ever fonn.l." S>*>tlii*

.' $ the "runners" that "PitUbnrg Phil- and heals: cutI I>urn8 an>i n-al.ls. 25e at

: .i r.> had chance bet won on. the and favorite those rural.That looking 40 to 1 a if bad he U one.a bad he horse said "aloud.Some"It of looks the other as Itt"J Cross I'liarniai-y; gUlr.nltotod.Tb. Local Time Card No. 59. In Effect Jan. 30 1905. ,

men In the room began to laugh and
f men an hour collecting their wa Child. .
spent make humorous remarks."Wire's ulcer's I'el 50UTH.BOtJIIo-IUD 00** .O.II'loclI D-afar W

gers. It was not known for years until in trouble" announced the The kaiser U Intrn'wly happy over ,*-

.' i Fred Cowan told It, that the farmers the recovery of Prince Eitel Fritz his h* 941, Ho Ji ... '" 51.25 ... 71 Ns 74 | 'M Zi ;j 1M II
' operator. I
i bad been hired by "PltUburg Phil" for "So are the bettors" said Smith. favorite son says a special cable dispatch tally ,, toally Lolly Dally ftTATIONS.Lv. __ ruy'6ifr I'Uy !I Ially i bdty

the purpose of making a "kUllng" on "Well I guess I had better be going.No from Berlin to the New York I Uii plu tap 10 a SUUk JuhoDYIIlt ... Ataup rwp 1""i'W'{
that particular horse How many thou World. Eitel cliwely n-'Mt'wbl Lls Slap luuoaiui .. ...SO.Jad-IQ\"IU. .hr'Tgp
; I'll wait" There was the usual ... ... .. touaI TSta
: .lOp
Y7pillOp: 906 a Augualrae trip
sands of dollars be Is not known. and char
won father In Ideas temperament .at
.. $
moment of Indecision until the opera t.Jlp U 62 a Ila.Unee p
. at "Plttsburg Phil" had nerves, but nobody tor's monotone announced "Iteault"Smith's acter. He has Inherited even hU. fa \<111p JOOp lUll p tit) ... ...Ea.tl'auils. 111 p,111p IT a. Nee
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ever knew It at the rack track. ther's Indifferent constitution! easily -- .-. ... e .
horse had won by tour tuz5p Szp liMp tuu auo Ar ... ..lalh It tarp trap
fi- No matter bow much money be might lengths. catching chills, and is a fwd subject rap IJOIlIl 44 aII Yri& Lv ......filalU Ar lisp Slip 100. S
have wagered, he did not show the for Illness. He U the only member of -
h' at I is
"Say I don't mind that losing said lUp p .u..Ii.QN.ko) p p11aa
lightest sign of excitement, even If he Pearsall the family who Is perfectly \' unconstrained ... ....ten ..." Ar Tttp top to. Tessa
wrathfully "but Mr. Smith I .
!, lost thousands by an eyelash.' JohnO'Neill wish you wouldn't have gone to the in his father' presence, and 1- LMs-p 110 -...... Nears .. Li l .. p

a western bookmaker came the parental severity so easily Incurredby iw p ...:......HunoflU.Hair .. { tip
I trouble to do all that acting with the 1'P ..... ....Irulnt .. .. U! pI
; east and being unfortunate, finally dope.' Smith hadn't read a line of hU brothers never falls on him. Ina ........ urwoml .. i'1
:' went to Smith to help him out. Smith The kaiser, who rather despls the irresponsible IllIIp 3,/lip UtI' rise .......Oumm.l .; .. .Msup w :
the printed matter lie knew all about IIt\r lli> / ..... ....l".Iwua ... 4115p '' .
4' agreed to furnish the money for a the horse before he went to the room. philandering ways of the tutu P slap iu r ......:: h.rt I Ir.aae ... 1211eusta 'j'

'.: fresh start receiving 50 per cent of the crown prince, nays ElM U everythinghe a65pllipliu5p.I .. .... lvtw5myras .!limp I'. eMpi
"' To his mother Smith was always ,. .... .
i j-. p ........ CIa\ lid imp i
about this elder I
knew be.
could wish the to
r., profits. Everybody moat devoted. IIfioDcewught for her an ISO a "Cp'J' a\ pS30p J2p .... ...... ..TltimilivBuekr i't' Sop ;tsM :.e.
for news of all kinds travels fast In butts not. lass .j I&l ... ,. t. Ills
gwt' ) house in New York .
and laughed .
& I SO .., ." oIl.k..u. I
the betting ring and naturally everybody when she said the would rather Hi pIMP IU IIt ,.." l ee jl t a p
1 began to look at O'Neilf book. go Public .trouiu>.. biip II 1119 .. .1 i>.4lu lalsp Il.p I'.lo V
R back Allegheny and live. lIe bought 401 {. 1p I.... W..lbo..rae. ... .. Iti. lerrp \YMp
arguing that If "Pittsburg Phil" fancied her two houses there and surroundedher The public i is arou.d! to a knottiest! step 1 63H p ," ..... .Metaattaa .... ;ill. s

r ._ a horse in any race the reduced of the curative merit of that trrrjl medicinal 1 A p ....... ... H Luc to .... .. .1.$51
with every comfort that money At1* ..... ,jortPuree..... .. .. iUISpWWH reap Hp I
Si p Il\p
Klectric Bitter fr sit i k 4 a isp
> odds would show It. tonic. *. tnin- !Iwsfa.1
could buy. Ullp ...., ..,.. TiMats ... Ili p
./ There cam a rare at Sheepshead ach, liver! and kidneys Nary II. Wal.t..r" TPJPTit ..... ......I.t.a: ... > ,I/11 O'Tep
day In which certain horse of54 it.. Hair Ave., (/iJuriilMinus *. 0 ...... .. J.A.r.. .. ..11..1! j i5np ,
flay one a f
t'rtulltr UI.l&pp..raDt"e. p ...... &%Ut .. amp.!
: t. opened In the betting of O'Neill's boot \* : Fur several aslerasgiven HiI' :.... herb,rtnad .. a"j;
at to O'Neill knew his J. I) HUh) ,n, >i H'IIrr\lI"t! : 0., land up 10 die. I had frvrrand au 'ie, my T rip ... is.N Japu't j'U1. 1 Jia p i
;. eight one. part. j! the (iviilur ii*..; P -araut-t' net bad Inside Information on the hon(. : 1., *-" I I. s ivwaItua t p t M plove
r} l"pl.IITh'. i>| m.ti;.- ttori and t.ihIII'IIt' and my stomach was" "rak fn in u e 14a a IIIJI) p SWpSI p .. !! Ma '
.W..th/lm. seh Ar 'i.
j" and when be put up the letting odds to I Ilr Kn.g'.V* Life hilie! says: l..*>H iliH'Iiir'g! tlru 'I that I miiij ix-t et.Smn fcttfiilup 'liZI'p i"'p .. Co, ton ...: 1 I' a toM J-

he showed' his slate to his partner, who !: "Tht-y a:.. i |lot rf
only gazed at It Impassively. A mo- hoar fioiii.ifi, lta, ii.-tijution, It"rl I obtained relief and HI a short time loco pIU .:..... ."....ii Nall.a4sis laudeedsie ". 111.u a I! I I' p P t

; meat later there came a $100 bet and '' etc." dturdiitiiil at Krtl Onea 1'l.ar- I[ was, entirely cured." diuranUvJ by IIJ3 p p ...... 1k18.uJ .... .. tat.a = : I.. p114014

\ O'Neill ostentatiously called out "Eight I{I nueJ; -> 1,1 CI\II Pharmacyprier: &il". )} & -! /at. ""I1 I IMp tMj

hundred dollars to $100," again turning i it I pun'A-- -- -- -- -- ) i1elParior'err.nlrainSA.a.haedsao4YuaetsM.! : ; : : : ; : :;'t'-;'o.-ualiu a4 66

,. to Smith: no sign. Another 1100 sod Crouch.There's No landlcap. I l l.f'f'D Ju'laoarlte! &Gd MuoilCONDENSED 1',1. ('a,. OP ',..WI'",au.f to t msisa IK t..tlae bd

still and then O'Neill who all : ..
soother, s. !-"yrna
the man who has always curt "What 4nake Jenkins M pood hu"He 4.
1 the time was keeping' one fearful rye for your coM: mor.1 rr'

; on hU partner redumi the odds to six. wish he would get off of the earth. has and he in de- SCHEDULE BETWEEN JAMSMfflllE ANO ST. AUIUSTIHE
a new baby
The fellow 11 bu'a telling the Juke Out U .
f More money came in, stet still no sign.'Tbe old; hbtt'\t that be did not have him! Christened ,. it -;;;11. ... it! a JI. ', 1r r-. k. w Ile r. .4- .. k.. .
book stood to lose f'.-4.x) on that I wish he would get off of the earth. Alton"Is 5 8UC1L .. ., I 1"11,
Italy :') i&e.y: lw t I" t, %. II..,. J 1 fi "..
one hon**, when the 'runner" came up Tie chap who laughs Iou at my en- __ __ .1"
breathless "Fli to one," he fairly emy' jok. --- -- ----- I. )*. ........Jc _.Lw. ill. All ;u.r '. ...1. !11 r .11. It. >" &MpearSl .
The fellow who hand out a bum brand KIKM: > t.ttw I'lhtitI'. 4"11I11.' YW .. I.)4.aa Ill.. .. I ; ra ". rw .1' tea a.a r. : rll i. .. f.
Mcmmed.' "Why It's two and three ,.
to --- -
..' only all over the rin,. Somebody's The other who always Is coin dead ( urrt|>uuilrDl That Ilrtrrib lila ---= .i"v- Ut AI .. HI "* '*' r r .;: a )o\. a.Ir tieIf" Jr /. ;. Ace lit a& 1P

bettin It by the shovelful on the broIL*- t .tertenre. :. BOCSI>. I 1 Lofty ;iJ!*", u haliJ Swag I..U> tL 1..1 S.s T It! W t* ... y let ....., p.Ul1..St4.A. .
I with they would Itt oT of the earth j.. ..- '-- -
; hone | .. .. "1 rafttrtin'iv rl"Cllmrut'ru' Herhine ere ,..... 1.Il./t./ ..., .tuas rt .r ;/1.- .. t-. It n. l f. j.. .. LrrpAt
O'Neill promptly rubbed the hone's .u a nie-iuMfie of remark aMeetficary f..r III'.i'1..II.ln. ........... ., ... "...... .... ..1 .......llJr. .t r* .11. -4 w r.W/tl

and the aids off his elate, and It make n' ditfrtiiv lmw many melicir. ....
name I.$4 of ...
ell Itlte, *tiur ti">Itid Tr.ln C'I.IJJJOUOII'd' tleiwer, ni l'111.man zit .. .u' I $7 at. t I. r'r r '
-' have .ail..1 to r >n- y''II. if;" .
.,.. la.
the horse won. "We low $2,:)r) apiece the QiiMUli, lplUtion" t.ra.liche, dfuw t flay cache.c.r t4 I.,. !/ P.-.I. nt\ 4 >r <-<
: with t.. t.rte.
a< cr-nrtif-ation, .
said O'NeUI ruefully."That' after n. -.! with tiit.trto.-ii nwitaidrprt' : .If
s orliv tnMttit.! H.dii-ttr'd lii kvMiHintam lla tI'my .
k'nlney < .l' SI. UOUHMf ae0 ti w Ji
,. all right" was the answer; Tea will make }ru ..*.11.!! Ark .slnuai and io* rpiriu. llertw.tr I. f.S"U'U I.....) I'' ...1 rut area a,b algal t.llpal5p

"that was my money going on out mutt If a unltlue preparation for such _.. .: ..
your druj.gtjtPtutmr csv t-* a, umir tar a ka di>** entirely! re- Lr et AUWwJre '::1"" .5 ,, >. ..L-; ii... .. .. Ar .i.fa
there. i. niiiVni my ci.iiiplaiiit- womler at {*.' Slip I., Pa : t.ta'ia I.. 'I'-- ,. -s r a' kerr jl 3NluTo'pir
?, Smith did not bet. of coarse' on everyrace }It.Hr"l I" 'at',, .. ..It l..a M ..*.
of I> Qoliale ( .. .. 'Olli .fj.-nrg tJir
o .1'11. pIt' or rlrndtng .. .. .. .
1R tn- .. I.v., : !I t\ I .r1ar U t14
h de- >
and In Ute p'Ar .t'
years always aort''v.e' tt- ..t. Ilrrb'nei .. .
Py w ay of c-elfbratin the cvatenary n 'IIIe ; tii ales aUfI"r: aersuerw 'ja. : < : % k. I. < .*
) rlirej that any man who accepted Iees >ntcaribe.: aa-f .o cf 50c a lot .
of FK>n vjulioie/ next May the Mar- } up T .rlw
than even' money on a waper was crazy ( tie at llr,i (',,w I'tianttaty. \.t3 .'" U. raRWSTh: ** *sI ** .
de ttt urraaNf
qursa iuilarVe will arrange a treat Sins "Pull' t l""" a e.' Aa
or a millionaire. Prom five tj>> seven to - -- --- hr.1l1!! I.y: v\ v '41./ b"1 1.11'i: ....
festival in Madrid at whlrh all nf thegnr.ata e! .
ens was his favorite price and when a* well u the n' rrant wii appear IL ta Do It."Wbl ; -akHLr- -Juri.- '.: ,. ,; ..' .''t .. ,.., .. 's.1. err -.wyr.It' i.rp .
he would bet 311 r ...L.. $eais VI Tk a I5, I it, ;, i.. !I..- H. E.. i wit'OM
anything was propitious in the costumes of the tin: when U J.>fc*. nmokic that horrible lr.i..1.1 to. Ii .Y i-il.j.i AiUr.i.. t.- ci L. : t.: .'.- <* -. ,. t7a'aaaiyAr j .*fsf

the rin< to a taMtil." as they say. that knight U sappov-J to have !lived! tItr.ltn,; ..tt"f',1 there days' : U.\, L_ : : \ p.h.. r ,* *: <.-. rr. i, jfvjatt. |
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George Consume cave an illustrationof "Weil the weather Lu tnrneij cold. ;:: iDaly- -- --- **. -
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his uieihodd the other i un'lSW\ !
betting day. lJ"rntd:
The %it".htiic of eprlrg.Thr I you know, and LU wife has tad hit b. So fatty f .........
It was at $le *MJ Hay. Smith had l h.. ._ : -
winter Can&r! parked in moth tails --'
Balm that cur4 wiUiout 'I car i.- I Arrbtip14SaAt
Mumt Ar drt.i. "w. L
not been belting during tl tD1""t.. One t sso& L .
I> e\Vm Witch Hut! >*!ve. C'..t*. twrns.Urfl all un.ner" Uue.... t.ao1 L* a/6p .us *r 'a. I'lNa:
Uy be stopited la front cf CVrasJdSne'sotand. I
} !', braistu and pure! di4pir Utn -
"'Oh. it's getting harder ta beat I'rrt.rt l.aueoas,
tie ue of thi# iitre! 3a *;i. Uff clue AT'

t them every day. te said casually.I +on hiw -,>f i-pnr.g Miff I If 1 M I tJJIr- \Vr "r1t..h r n..-.1 t.> I* a frvliisj; ftf on-1 PtMSSULAR AND OCCiOtSTAl STUMSHJP COHSttIiO 'UA U.

declare the only tt ta L...k* nave are ton Ttlt'I't'1' II' "1 .. -- --
aye: ear n".J fi iiMr-'! and >rry in ttott$>n,.,b ;; 09 sentiment It's DO use it's gettingi altbtl.1 truth a fr er lO re t ..... very when a claki siat.ra; voiptoni of croup Ww Gisscdles ...UJ al Meat> .nh Sfcua1 yM .1 A* P i: 0. 1 S '--tUf."

i; us too Lards Let &e sc,>: five to ace paJDftd lVttiu'a Wlkf U..kah; : Tit-re, i- rule jTfft-ct ii&-ter
.i ea tint one I ought to tk t soci ttinga edrt.i mt" in kr s than a wctk." t'ret the .or .., 1I.t' an.f tntratrxr.cf 'ra'theriain.C. i iu NASSAU HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

i pennir SoU: by Ke i CM*, 1'11Arm. .-Giti; Irm..Jy the treatment >'.fIfiat
: the rac*. Will yon take *V t> at that ----
Tit3 vilc! tAU o..lhe I'LArri. v Eau d.-.a.Mr.. M I Hi f.rl ,fPifyHle .
1 '. .. .. .
3 rrktr Mr. a nsi.i ne std h* wouU.acd h ., lfsarte.alaa .1t a: y 10".4. ......
lillisr--! M-l.. in el."aiirgrf teras- !f Oli* lOr"'&' ....\.A '.' .-a,,, .. .r.re&t :. .- -. : It .. f.Hf.......
the $!.&)) ta tS"\ was duly .. .. ... ..
price. --- ear.1 :>vl ifna. \.c 0.=:++1 tw.l .:. Ra ... I : a..y ., c. r $.... f
nvordi Smith tnnwd and took off .
tare a .or (J rw.R.leflce in Ct.amhrrUfn
; b!. hat "Iff warm," h* said, PISO S CjRt rVCONSUMPTI -
very j !> ('t.ogtt rUrn' r I j f.r 1 bu' u.d i
: jar- foe Copsaf &*>. LOCAL TIMt. CAMJ.* 011-_, ......."...
vlphig' his rtrad with Lit handlerct'tf. a.lfiu It .Uh prrfrrt tor v'e M) chili
1 A uiocirtit:: later there' was a sttr I -.t.d eet1T.JL ums h b$trctrau 4 tee t .rd i* to i?j-ft t.) *-,.re ituk of troop "SEE Tilt TICKUI AOiNf."

i of core than Twit esd! sent as men a;"jl1 a' a s4 = i1t" him l-ruenl4 re'irf.! "
.Ii. J. D.I'.AHN'Iulo Gen.t F*... Agi, ST AUGUSTINE FLA.
If For tcU Lto..
I.ttader-S wt five la oce all .v f the I tt.e II) PLuway.


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DO YOU GET DP ..... ,.Iaraela ... w IrUk. PERIL IN WATER CRESS.

Sir Horace Ptaskett of the departo -

WITH A LAME BACK ? :atf agricvltore in Ireland la hiWnhioctoa Tar..tt. Dtee...... Wfelch sands MTyaotd.
to confer wtth Secretary Ormf.T .*. D* Uu

![{dut7 Tnmtk lakes Too Wilson aDd the.scientlats of the United rbyl1da familiar with tIle pollution .
X1scrable. t States department of apiculture, bit of the drinking water applied to .

Almost -' object being to Introduce Improved Philadelphia were surprised to learn
? ever/body who reads the
w tpet II aura the wonderfultaads nevs- farmtej;,methods In Ireland says the recently that the cute board of health ,
tocures New Tort GloU's Washington eorre- has discovered another vehicle by
!J b7
_ Ki>mes5p.Root, ppadent Sir Horace says conditions which disease may 'be Introduced into

-JrkMney. liver among the Irish are gradually bettering the human tvtteia. Water cress, whkb

t tad bladder remed y. and arming II engaging more and U told In gmt quantities In l nade1.

"!- t ? It Is the great medical .I more atte&Uoa. Emlgratloa to the phia. has been found to possesa a pe-

: triumph cf the cineteenth United State: is the greatest source of colUr parasite which attack the liter The Kind Yon
; Always Bought antI which luw been
century; Jia- loss
to the island but inaugurating and in a few days creates a dropsical
y covered after iu use for over 30 bas borne
efKteniific the
years signature
years ,
t a better system of land cultivation It condition wbkh usually .nd. In the

t ;. ; Or. Kilmer.research the eminent by. Is hoped to male farming more profitable death of the person attacked. The < .. and has been made under his jcrsoual -
,. j.LJ1r kidney and blad- and to check the exodus. state board U to give the subject especial t: supervision since IU Infouey
,rk r a &f specialist and is I I, attention and to adopt stringent Allow no one to deceive you iu UiK

wonderfully aaccessful la promptly curing c..tlr Ca..., regulation, which may go *o far ai AH Counterfeits, Imitations and* >t.as.eoodMure but

ble bm and back, kidney, bladder uric add you- A recent sale of treasures In Londoj to forbid entirely the sale of the green. Ell rlU1l"ut5 that tritle with and endanger tho health oflii&mtii i
k Bright Disease which Is the went : Included 190 canes collected by the theew York Proas.
MJ and
form of kidney trouble. ChlldreB-Expo".noo Us ptir ku.ua t.
: 4= Dr. Kilmer's Swamp. oot U net : Marquis of Anglesey, says Lwlle'sWeekly. The era la which the parasitic life t I
rest The lot '
brought about $5.000. found had teen In
eromended for everything but If have kid : was grown swampy
ney fiver cr bladder trouble\ It you will be found One stick: was gold mounted and adorned land, in which the water that fed the What is CASTORIAGi

4t I Just the remedy you need. It his been tested with diamond. emeralds and other deader roots wa contaminated. Dr.Lee. If 1

'l to ao many ways In hospital work private stone A (*agow dealer got It for secretary of the board. placed toria U a lianulevi substitute for Captor Oil, lare-
T practice, among the helpless too |2SQ. Two other diamond studded
poor to purchase epec- himself in communication with the
I I gone and
UrOl It
relief and has Soothing ) rups. Is rkUdauU It
proved to successful I la |!
respectively.t grower and issued a peremptory command
case that a special I contains neither Opium lorphine nor other Nart-otJi
every hasI
r arrangement A stick that glowed with diamonds that he make no farther shIp-
been made by which&U readers of this paper and bore a watch sold for $a ments to rhlladelphla.I 8uh*hul't'. Its age Is its nmrunUx'. It dc"tro)>i AVornisaud

# who have not already! tried It, may have a Sticks with carved heads of animals ullajH reterUhue! !\.. It eurt--i Dlarrluca und blind fTJ
It U now believed that a large -
4 sample bottle sent free by mail also a book I |I percentage :
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to and birds, with secret springs that !; of typhoid fever, which has afflicted CuJitIt relieves Teething Troubles, cures Con!tliuitiou 1JACKK.WItLE

find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. made the beads move'and with electric Philadelphia tor years and attribute anti Flatulency. It juwiiuilittc-H the ('outl. regnUtes this

When writing mention reading this generous batteries, found ready buyers. to the sewage laden water of I Stonuu-h and llowel*, RUIn healthy tend natural 5>leti" .d

offer la this paper and "" ,"- .--- .. -- the Scburlkil river has been caused I ll Childreu's 1'unltcea-Thtt JSIollur' Friend.
end your address to .... That Tick! D(: In the Throat. by the contaminated water cress. Tb i

Dr. Kilmer&Co..BIn g'- = One minute after taking One Minute dropsy which comes three or four days
The c.'Ullb Cure that tit kliri|{ in lit threat ie after it it* eaten 1 U only one form of
regular fifty cent and ?-.t. ..,.?? gone. U acts in the throat-hot the disease produced by the mysterious
s r ,. dollar sizes! are sold by all good do gglxa. nomach. llartnlfs.-fno,] for children.A. parasite. The doctors now engaged In Bears the Signature of

Don't make toy tai.takr. but remember I.. H|ltllljUh.r at Chester, the Investigation are of the opinion

fly tho UNA. Swamp-root. lr. Kilmer'* Hwnnp. Mich., hays: "Our little girl was nh- that the contaminated m*It tit responsible t
Koot aad the vtiJrt, UilllbaWt.ln, N. V, conscious from tranguUtii during a
on f rjr bottle. ru>l.ien and terrible attack cf croup. for many cases of typhoid BS wellas
Three dit of One Minute () ulh Cure for the enlargement of the liver and .

half an hour apart speedily cured her. I the consequent development of dropsy.
t: RICH GIFT FOR A DOCTOR. cannot praise One Minute Cough Cure ,

too much fur what it baa done in 'mr family IVantiful enl iian,l > ne far are
I0.nrk ......... Wh. Cared W. K. ," It always gibes relief !'t.\t.lI.y 1:..1 eloquent omiuientliitiuns. Hriicht .-)n The Kind You Have Always Bought
Vaaderkllt Ree.l4 f2OtMKM. Cross Pharmacy Titusvillr; Eau (ialiie! are windows to a Human's heart Hoi-

)fr. and )Jr.. W Vanderbllt have Pharmacy ilau Oallie. lister's Kooky Mountain Tea snakes I

been the principal actors In a gPnerouN "_ bright eyes. 35; rent*, lea or tal'!Ms.\ in Use For Over 30 Years.

deed which here won for them the grat- HEALTH SEEKERS'CARAVANSA
rut CI.n"aea .... tT unut TM.t, Mw aw> ant
itod! of a distinguished physician and Railway Car of \airl Prclffa. .. .
;: :: ',' -- ,', -
lUllroad'B flan For HOB>| the : ::. '' 3' y -
of an unlimited number .of poor pa Something new in the way of railroad -
Ptalii .( We.tera Tctas.
tlenU, Ma sjwlal cable dispatch I equipment has been procured by
from Part to the New York American The experiment of establishing open I the St. Paul road for uw on Its limited -. .. -- '. -
air sanitariums on a large scale la to b*
and Journal. train between Chicago and Omaha. It
tried In the healthful semiarid HODGES & O'HARA
Last while region observation" which
year Mr. and Mr*. Vanderbllt is a "composite car ,
k of west Texas under the auspices of !t
; were la Paris they were both II j i wit give women passenger an oppor- KlfKAtO HLHK, Vl\.
I suffering from rheumatism and having the Southern Pacific railroad, says a !( unity of observing the scenery with

e ; heard: of tbe dinlquu of a certain dispatch from Austin. Tex., to the
Prof'sM0r Oauthler, who treated rheumatism Kansas City Star. Caravans of health | fume of tobacco smoke, says a Chicago -

k : with light ray bath, they con and pleasure seekers with physician i I dispatch. The car U divide into YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER. :

tr suited him. After a number of treatments and attendants who will look after I i two parts ooe of which Is divided from .
y 'both patient devlaml tbem- their comforts and entertainment will !the other inuch after the manner of a I'I t11t and TTosotfilolo Ovn-tot 'j

elves to If radically cun-d, and the be made up. Complete camp equipment compartment sleeping car, with a lobby I'etimatra furnished fur cou>{>i le Bill of Luuilwr. to ta
doctor was asked to Rend In his bill. will be carried and thee nomads I running down the side of the t

A\"hat was Mr. \'anlh'rt.llt'l1 astonishment will be permitted to use their own spa<"". The Intf'Mdr00<1 f'n'I'd.tf'd : .'
John B. Stetson
to find that though' be was a millionaire pleasure, guided largely however by !, U of St. Jao mahogany and presentt! University

F uud wad In the habit of paying the advice aud discretion of the physicians !I Ia rich eppearante. Tie car Is lighted t

ii dearly for that privlle, the entwinedBcU and attendant In the employ of with fas and ejn'trldty! anti furnished DE LAND, FLA.

if 'utl_t who had treated him bud for the railroad who will accompany them. !I with t'1N'trle! fan. by which the tfm- .

it-. borne to Imrcns Ills charjit'8; In UU In movtn; about from place to place.I I perature may I1 m"a.'rntlD the hottest Affiliated With The University of Chicago

case and-lmd pent hIm In a bill at the The railroad \\111111'0 l provide a supply weather In both the observation fLL'ter. Or': f.lltEltlLKT* Th.- otaii.Ur.j.. :.r, tji....-f (:? I bitrrMtT uiltm'i nli a s
:.;1 normal r1tr. be would hare charged of hone and wafcons. The recreation room and tlio uoklnst room writing izrsilustw WTfisp tlirirdrerwi frutii tx.th vt..ai mul (']II>"'K<>

any other patient-that U. 1?) franc* a I and health net-kern! may rove over tie J desks: have l**>nMrrrtlllh Pf"tI.ltlt'l ('ClI nit: tit' l.lbl'eiryiuatr. .f !bi. t'..IIt-le &,.. .1n.lttoI h praC'tu..l"w IA 11orW4

vbltMr. country In true cowboy style. I without ri.minallnllfall.tiEItYTttI1n1U1 .

_ Vanderbilt lncli>.d In hU replya There I'\ good hunting and fishing on Amrrlraa I.llrraturr. .' -Mr. ha-a' I'- Phtri>.I! Kt !lllrf rih< aDd HutJil :
sum ten times as Urjre as that west Texan, and theme will be some of George: Men-dlth.: the novelist has i iI TrainHig roarw I list-linj to dcgrvra FIIK-new ImiMtng c<''tly <-<|U)|>iurnl
( Ol.l.KiHOK Kl'SI.NI'AH ItankiRg )>i .)) tu bntirhm lOttthr ....k kr" by I.eat eattitlle.
charvt by the phjslclun. with the Hint- the pleasure which will be at the did I recently 'XPrt""iit l eotne, intert tJngviews I rpatt
ntumsi.-n iu her lV(>artiuiutt. loge Fcuuy sod aaotauttuusmulls ,
pie comment that "1)r. Oaulhlor must position of the member of tLe tara 1 l' lu't'mlnmt'rtNtn; literature, ;
1'1:1 1'\1; '1111\ AIUt.M1--(;radulea! prr.ervdtocuter Uun Yak hiIkt"lI
> '. hare made a miscalculation." Theduc- vans.:: Temporary tent cities: will pr<> a summitry of which I.* presented In a Curnel Mil hijjun (t'bl'an.1 6r t duct (ullcgn.MKM .

tor' astonishment, however turned to vide shelter for tho** who prefer i>erl- remit l*+ue of.Harper" Weekly. %l. .' !.1* l'ltcTlf t.c 1111411.- ) KintirrgarU-u in c.trwat.uilcUu. ......11
stupefaction when, unfolding! the letter ads of re' t Ttterv are many Instance I "llumt'r.t... ever produce a great and (inmiiur hall iu a-pantr ImiMmj! Tb Scboul yci-t.Jly preps lnWic SeW

further, he came upon| a cheek for a of person having teen curia of varl- : writer' Inqulr! the Interviewer I IQ. ....t h...", t

mllllou frflnrt (SanXWOj.' ) the uin nt't eaury our ailments of the body particularly! : "\ not a gtvat writer. was the answer .Il' M'iiooi. -A f 10.1'11(.. ril' itrjtan. a <]"tro piutt,ff{-ntr halUiag, kedge ftter1ty
thonxizh ci>un>" <>f,",<1'11
to complete a dlspeiwary where of those afflicted with Innc trouble, by "but there you mutt emphasliewriter ;
Ste ll'fOtu."f't1 eX'f'IIt"nt! Alt r M'IIINII.New .tll.I".. fuetly: ru<4*, model cU. .
r T the poor could l>e treated gratis to the comics to west Texas ant tratlin? an 'great.
bt'u.t\c14ll1i'bt luths. Practical philanthropy open air life on the rancht'S.11 the *. son:l" or the writers, but M "t.,on ti* a fvuily : ..f t 'UU'AII>. nuur". fair. ilanarwth.tu1Ambi.. I nivtnuty.f Prasayt+.n .. Ht> iTbt
of thin kind jtoed a long "'aJ'I camp palpape.! hors H. food ituppllei.pbyslcUus not jrtvat. Some of the Ut litwittnnI }tea r. !>'II l u.-l: ('ItIH'r..itJ of \ht'biu. .\onlllaou..d utter hnseenaetra. It air ,.err s
a W'' toward endearing rich American* to I I attcn.lant.1 and In fact*everything .\mt>rkan. Take Kruerr>n. ETO.T IP".lgrs.lac.Liningsattdrttlspwratntarllaynxtteratihm1uItaread, ; 'I4"I'! Yerl.1..", "
the heart of Parisian. ue ded will I'e provided by 1'4'n I* a "Jind f.'!low I-oell Is tvil -- I Il M! hdrery uf..rer n.OI.> ,-uJua...: a tmntifnl chapel with ratty fernUhing*. nn-lu.ht (*' aced I
gU.i.. wii.Jwoil intiftii. tl*)'!Q fiff with
nt W lrthn I'" U the No..t ( 4 (.rues;a orntBMtuat cvwptrtr ai f status,
the railroad. ..0 l.ud.Nod thtif! fiW. rCDotti tnwk. tennis .urts, ........U d........... u..l sri.!.'.." t. }
Trri ""f"ur.. writer of wh<>rt stories! we have Hrvtllarte i .1'11 ,. and ,, ... ...
.WlIU1UU> gulf r.wiut oilier .'" : ..rak bcuitlll1 ut IDe" "lid .I..>'tI !.t" .:
If men and autuuU have physician. What .r. lhjrT is god Henry Jame l. ad lure tth..rat.rira t'Or 'hc'uu.tl1. l.hr'I*.. iLNcnulegty. Mir",ral.gy and UI"Il i .. rat .
why should not tree al*> have them! Ullral'11I'rl,:\ I U yoans, very I tar!'.. 1l1l1..IJUUI and ft.=f.:: elestncttabt.. elyd'tne hells. steam taf1llr. rtweut Asia. attt. i-
( h.n.l.'r\"III'! Su>marh an l Liver Ti
n.11' Mad .
\ hniMrT .. aaiulbrrttadr
11I1""I. .tt'Q. t..nst i
diwI.l4 l.-t-
rary iti *
Thu. reasoned two young, men In Upper )1.-ti. .\ new rtMiinly f>r Mmirh lr<>u- young Yon must glv- her tiiuFifty I! nts i'\t- iUt .... !rifv I':4!' .,,1 b.l l.tti"tii. ?. v liisitfUMOIA nIt' ..s..t.". toIeautu'
Owynedd township. Montgomery l-koIo. biluHisnu.- ai':l UHII>li'ittk\U. and a I years liPtu .\m 'rkA will be te flit &tJ'1 t..-l |tflfu! *!;-! nit I 'j.-. i'. W 4 ,
county I'a.. and now they are establishing bad one. Pru-e :.;).'. Fur Mile ly ted r t.m in the world" J".r .-al4 - .It f.- .' 0--. !I.. 1.\0 "I 4 I

a lucrative business a* tree doctor t'rure 11> rmacy. Couldn't BUme Him. III I.I.KV.: ..t.ll.., Ph. H. .1.1111!, FU
Record. The -
*. nays the Philadelphia
"What makes MilllVen' batan .
< idea wa sujtj tetl to them by the ravag ty."Wbar. .

of the San Jose Mate List summer. the diJTerence t-etween a rro*!" 4 1--
To this ,".t re.julr constant -IWog Mllllkeo's b.st'y t
conquer p strict chuoteacLer and an indulgent SEA ARt>
; watchfulneso In summer and winter I i parent T"IWt .
Got All Hb
'r but many owner of trees are unable: know.Usually ." Morey.
brace "Ih, she: a p&l IncomeWell. *" ... t
to spare the rwewwiry time sn>i a Ud boy" > -. :- f
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io.e their tr vt Then th>s> two youa; 1 should think '0. She's my p"f
Ife'. d"f1illma\f'f." --. fI I: .-. t
miD offer to take the contract to care A Leap Yttf PropouL ;,.i

for the tree K.julpped with a spray There .u a. swung furl ( Wont4 t
tag machines, they male their round. I VAb rave a )","14. roan a 1l.u.r4I ('.lJn'r "ar..I!' Savannah, Columbia Southern Pines, :

dlap oi ln<; the ailments of trees and ,I ashen be d emote.1t awhti Mr V.V., J'r" ....NnithSeid.; [II. i
shrubbery and applying suitable remek I She rrmasarkt+-t. *th a aetrR 11 rltt'v. "? -r'" KUi, I'-U I had UfaMBi'firp Washington Baltimore.
"t\ }QU tMtk you WiW lake to kbvaAana'
Jlw to Mil larvae and parasitic and to ***.-tal l fears "tth a tatter on

promote a healthy growth, -.- - nit Uce. hu-h ; ai* u* great annoysnee Philadelphia. New York, ,
I and nrt.arahle itd.ir.1I. U O'flnl tlallard's .
., T.urtttK 'taryIthesating J
Cawllr" Ilat.r. .. H.Ur..J.. -n-i+ Untmeot fnt 3 *'r* ky, and A
$' railroad ha* a"t.I 'mm death t.f tt... t"t.t' tt'nogi; an al'OdUlf I rublmiHi'.Ur IIIOftMt>f fill'} r H. i l-.HM ih\V! JtMI I I \ tSEABOARD
The Union
L' Instead of girl of (i\ \. Kvter.: Cnml'f'rlan.fIt the ilrotaett un H,.-c l1"t'r, nisi s+ ttare
toll gaaoUno motor for use ewnie"Al the a je of 11 nnnth. UcIis' t lI"taol relief I d.c1tirtJ """'>0- FLORIDA LIMITED ,
loeocwtiTM on Its branch line In Ksn- I our httle 8C-i ,
era and Nebraska up Collier west H-rvMisi thixitl tfonbte, and to {.hvIanaate In a .I""t afar the c rtrcr came out. fls?
ly. All the 8m.ler branches are atvn '! t.t'r op We were a; u.*t in tJif"t' t.t. ..lnl up aril tt..... )" r "l f j...!lJJ hi'l SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL :

'i:; t> b* chsojed from uteani to gisolne 1'"f\Air "h.r we rJie,! tt'tn I>r r..t *.r ifft. I Hate uppitcu bH:, in the
;r 1'OwU'utouwtJl. ('Sf'hut'" N>en eit4fi htna's Ned Ihsrorerr br (I'.naumptann. rn.-'II..t thw rrt"pIIfalion, *htl n ran wit I
f; n!.. The first botiewf. ttaPrrr iYfr'errlrrtnnndNI" :!t' i. 'I" -'! 'Fi\: I' M! i \ f ;.j i .1'\11. .1 .

., Imes but tats U tintArt tml!>\rt.u.t I I irvd! slur and if Uktp orbs C in ur perfect N>&trl ho-s?)>*!th"So'r war and n.A4t"tt:\f.Ui> Forte! bt rJ ('n 1't. I The +rat..t r i I'r ''\ ", .- ; 4 : .'-,; ; :rtfl I-IA*...J "H......, ''f F Fof
America. Etch t the tn'rAadfic's nett Itini'liiar' n '!'. 1'. !. : ." I ... .
tilt to _. ; n. a' r t II : "'txt.rrtAf t
MU-ve enfcl .\t -- ---- r.rM :
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f' new cars will I* phtie! t:.:. 1:4r-i (VM> t'harm&t' ; 50c *nd 11.00 g nartct.r : tottei'uIIL LLt.1tLtTl..i"tlce : i 11.1 i/r.rrtat.n.l-." it.. a. ':'..! .. A' : ;". "'"fl':" '.. ',r.

'j. to: ItKlf. it will t* pj..njff.-sf t< f t Trial tattle free YtlrL fUW.JI'F'ir"f'1; : ar. i is .' uliei"' :> :u,
and It" omor..r a b. *y 11"." ti)*t Ik ealxutueJ duly. IDdoduJ nr4i+: t
freight car
gig car -- wlI apply to It* ir(.UUr* at to
an In ooe. It wl'J tee able h) ran :.' .:.. .,d F"t iida.t ih rrraiar VM of \. D.of a
sixty mile an *)Qr. aed It will tu-e *. t.1s ...f I hI a fa A H" I ". r..rrf ttukt raven'>f lust ijnt the
and conductor tn- !. CASTORIAFor w tact
? motorman .
oa1 a
.11, 4 R.n.aa nirr sad fI.&B& eve.k. ia isperatieg Day! Thn-"-.<*. % *J-T!! fr.;. '... aaatt.r lor> NV .Jr"....,. if
n of t whole train crew.And .1 I I > ,. state at non.h, .tilt :'r.J h.it" as tt..
lafiat lad
Chii4ren.1hi lUt i
u Bd < no t t forth toy I1.nttt
Y.. N-tl.1 \lal.l *> mu* ko.ur of rrfcff rr mtta.. .s tike
Ar. Kind You Hm Bought ... for: tail inbrmatkn &r.J e.a-per r-tr.atura .aaa any ,abated il
Alwfs .t*4 fcj the AIU.61X un.u. .t h, tie t.sap.t sent, or
....t l K' 111 u .
z harar'1 by it taw.t i i .d f br.aa. oa tt..e t by the rat me t
J\aU.rd'.IIm-t.-.uJkI wrap. 'I sill ttdtrr .1:. .n ,,; I\a.au.a rivet sad 10) provide i ptv'.ity A. 0. 5UCD05EU, s. C. t.OTIUT rdKtGeneralrtarrgrr.ttent
.. tom ,,>GOO Wp! an.t ..fC"'t a Pl"11r( and II' : "; for tieLau.s.t bead tp..1 VI.S. .
r .J..t eGN. 2. \'. anti 1l.(\) bode N h"H'I r---U.!;:t-: t
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...,..=' :;: .':-.RI tn sssatie.e.aADl'DCTOn.. see a boy of twelve yean, i* a wonder In the t DO TDD WANT TO KNOW AIL ABOUT THE yEAST :-
musical world i W'OItb'the
.fc'A tad it price
_::; LlJ'P-f'rrtditaJ r iiaku; t.rtr .
1"[' .:: ,. aU .r np riq'li of admission to bear him alone. The *
<. '!!drr ''aM''' .z.oWWaaj. ..'. ,bail wilt be enJ1J&bl. affair. The HEALTH COAST OF FLORIDA? *J4I
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I C. W. Harrison has been called : Especially rnardinjr Fruit Grovlof,Tracking u4

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"i ''" Friday, Feb. 17th she received a tele-, i
'!.rtrnN$ Yaewt ... ffeway Mite cram that her brother Mr. Joseph R i FLORID EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.yPRICE
".. .;,.f..:.. t.. MT.wa.A3.q..c...&. Johnaoa, had died at his home ia Wash MostImportant : i.
Jti-g .. COCOA.gpkndid ngton. Mr. Johoaob was la hit M- I ISSUED ONCE MOSTU. SAMPLE COPY HIEE.ADDRESS .

.: first year ,and be baa been in failing 1 ,
"' won'tR
rain Tueeday-more
: Jr health for; some years and the end waa
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<< .;;.:,.W. Jjort.Mr not unexpected, but this makes it none ,

t!$ 0 '< )I. Packard spent the day last the lea easy to tear. The remains were __..._ ._ .. ..... _____ _. _._ .---J.4JLY

Saturday with her ptrtBta. )Jr. and Mix taken to Newark X. J., and laid to test The manufacturers of } 1'glTCHAgi\Preantent t W. }L.BEOWNTkr'Freepdett.

i. ttHibbl. in BockWge.Tb among his kindred on Sunday, the 19h.Ifr. Royal t WINSTON 8.

r xn'=1'y", school thiGreq ate enjoying a rah loluttOl1 spent lu whiter with Lila : Bating Powder hive hid 40 'iINDIAN R STATE

ftf t- ttioa that tek. 1wdJ resume their after' fore la Florida and two wintersago :years of scientific experience. BAt K

atadia nest Mooday and lace three more his lovely wife wu. her with him. Every method of breadandake ,

t L?t. ,months hud work. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Harrison have the raising has been exhaustively COT r ? D J.-onY.

for rent and sympathy of all then many friends in Ithorift (ypitaL..11odWp'I)
y' Coco otcda more cottage studied in this and
country Not ao(l.iW....___.,. ..1 15.600.00
>' a Urge hotel. 11 we had more accommodation this ommuniy.Mrs. ibroad. Average lkJ..ita__..,._at li Io,ouauo ; ,

we would have more people bere E. A. Chatfield has had an on TKAXSACTS

} and more people make .bosinesa more easy week. She was expecting her The result is a perfect product General Banking BusIness. r

; farUk. daughter, Mrs. Alice Dow, on a visit and in Royal Making Powder. .

Theo Tnyia and lIiu Liuietm Iloghietta' knew iltw had left her New Haven home There is no substitute for it. Largest and Oldest .

= .home from SteUon hi a vacation for Florida but was to make several stops The purity and efficiency of haul ou the River. -

=a TiaJt., They had the choice of coming en rout, so tII ben a telegram came on Royal Baking Powder have Exchange Bought sod Sold on All
ball Saturday calling Mrs. Dow: home to her FtTfijtB (Cbuntrie,
home or going to we' the.cotlt'p. been commended by the highest
m. They came tome much to their husband, w ho had to undergo an operation : Patronage *t>r.miat game. authorities of the world. polltetreatmeataodeverpfrvoraonsateat f
'''c parent*'.delight.Mr. for appendicitis, with one chance in withmu.errathvebaukpat ranted. r -a t

X. Y. three for hu recovery and her immediate These facts mean two impor- (70Gk12\1'tN1lE.trs, -
.E. Hover, of Germantown i
hereabouts unknown it caused no little ant things to all housekeepers : Empire Trust 0 nnp ny, X. Y. Florida
the E.MQMOO fronting
tai purchased
uneasiness. Telegrams flew thick and Rank Trust tV>mpBy,Jaek.wiiiU.1a.TITUSVILLE.
x: oo the river lot, Palmetto avenue,
tat F. E. line and last she
along the C. at FLORIDA.PENiW&
} and nest tenon wilt eN another fine First: that Royal Baklnf .
was found on the vain en route to Or.
which .
borne added to the neighborhood
Powder is healthful and -- -
moud. Mrs. Dow came on as far as Titmviile
ii taking on eo many improvement makes
: wbolcsome food. BRANNING
where she took the first trainback
-1 R Now U the time to agitate the bridge to New Haven. The latest news Second : teat Royal Baking ,

ftcroea the river while good roads are being from Mr. Dow was that a second operation Powder makes food

agitated. A bridge would mean good would be neces sry. Mr.. Chat fold food to wte.ROYAL. TITUSVILLE,
,' roads for the inland. With pond road ..
is call -
anxiously waiting a to come home
r and a bridge the islanders from one end !
but think. that no news is good news in
to the other could and would drive to POWDERABSOLUTELY
this Fashionable
case. ClothiersGents'
Cocoa to trade and bring hither th..ire
the river mill At song service on last Sunday night
|>roducts. Abridge across
be the greatest boon Cocoa could have.It liy request\ Mrs. Kain sang the twlo: Face

to Fate, which nil very much enjoyed y ads
is an item for onr biuinwa men to Furnishers.
think about.Mra. by her lieteners. Mr.James Matthews, PURE

of Brooklyn lead the eervic A large f
C. J. Sehoonmaker this week entertained T __
congregation was After thepernce :
fl..:k" her niece JIU Lourcey of New was over the present.orchestra, with Mm. u _. ...... ... ___.. .. The juet-n Duality Shod fur ladlr U the

!t-,: Smyrna and her cousin, a young lady Kain's help, gave a fine concert The is built alon/ new line and easily carriedoff moat tIUh and durable In the world. Ia

; .from North Carolina. On Saturday eve overture was fine, then Mrs. Kiln aang first prize. In fact she was the predicted 11 -f addition we ket-p (he fatuous Kdwiu; (lappaml
dug large number of invited gusts, winner from the time she tif'1t.p 11
: a
The Maid of }) sweetly and
I. l1nery t'rovsttt bot'S.11 high flaw gook to b*
aceemtled at lilt hoepila neared the The
: young people e, upon scene. course was
slut won such prolungrd applause that .
;: .' ble how and epeut the fast flint mol the responded with a sweet lullaby triangular three times around, making; ; found here. Manhattan Nhirts; (L &; W. Collars

: '. menta in the mazy dance the big Victor distance of about nine miles. : -___ Stetson antI Kuo Hats.AnjtuiDg .
: I. Mr. Marsh rendered a solo upon the
.' machine furnishing the music. The The following is a list! of the entries, -- _.
!, violin ilia execution upon the instrument
threatening weather detained those from name of owner, the amount of handicap,
; is womlfrful. It seemed like a
.a distance from attending.KOCKLKDQE.. and the actual time made in coveringthe teeii and eYerylhingetsethat
plaything in his hands and yet the music
< course: .
flowed from it with exquisite sweetness. men wear Jon can buy here.
L Mrs. Kahn sang receotiional Lest We Ifeldy Marsh &Co. aim -
Mr. R. Y. Douglas loot a valuable mole
,< Wum, Simmons 35 1:22:30
Forget with sweetnta and !
recently from distemper !
L Uundu-k, lUuck 23 1:26
{ er. The concert WM one hich, if we I : .
: Mrs D. P, Merwin has returned to Margaret, Sietr i 26 1:15:
rc- had listened to after paying a big price, I fif'r''tr "'(
1" .
tt: her home at Milford Conn. would have gone home with that feeling Laura, 25 1A>::3() 1.'TIl ;! ,

:(. Mr. and Mrs Fausett, of Pennsylvania. of satisfaction of having received Paul!, Shares 25 1:14:45 r 1 "t1"l'l'

are visiting their relatives, Mr. J. Me- your money's worth and yet it was all Avis, Blair 21 1:17: -SEESOUYLER -

"'- Crady and family. free. Monona, Averill 24 120:
i_. Falcon ::1 & WILSON ?
Miss Mamie Hardee spent a few days The &&aAr. Puncher 24 l:10uTO
.\IiWiuftlJ 24 1:14:30
at home while the Stetson college team The ladies of the aid society are jubilant Fish boat, Fisher 21 1:08:15: ABOUT
went off fur a ball game.
the of their bazaar held
over buccesa Norton 17
T.qnet, l.tJU:45
Mra. C. I). Provost, of Georgians, was la>t Friday afternon and night. Great Velox, Co gin 1G -01:30 FIRE and LIFEINSURANCE
the of her )lr. and Mrs.
runt parent crowds attended. wereasbugy as Manhattan, Koebling 15 57:45
E. M. Breese, last week. bevs. They had a fine display of needle Fisher '
Biciz, t. 54:3)
r. Thunder tower visited r 'Uedie on and fancy work and dispred of almost Stt.ut, IVttee 5 oliJtJIVMoov t

Tuesday p. m. and all nature was refmh- all of it at good prices, but nothing ex Ronald 5 4'J.GU.

:. ed and ciU-rns replenished. orbitant. Mrs. M. C. Salmon had eh.rllt' Gingrttj, Giri.:rai 0 Ui' O L TITUSVILLE, ; J
of this department and called to her aid
( The air full of robins Mondayaanvux
I "aa Tlll'reH're eeven prizesiz: First, JlO, :
. Mtadames i. lUnei.fivU and I- U.
".. ( gtuatstKCthruttatitYW sure son ftq (i\ rll:!; ftol'jLJ, {;.tJ, Laura:, R t114elsRat"r l ptnsfs1'rt"iRtntRel JU i
.: Gll&neld and Jfise P L. lJlatt'4 +e. They
rendezvous for their flight northward
third, J15 .Mjohanan; fourlh, |U>, iV- .-
:: ))r. L. 1*. ?aao who had been bODe were a)) )Jrn fiaWaiViM. if,O"; filth f The bontU ttifLt and at-
candy a aa
'. wn <*J dij' (\1r1uu h, ta* retarded to 1It:1t'f1zli.I1, Ydo i. JOHN R. WALKER & CO.
tractive. Mrs. C. W. WjJiforJ1188] in
.::, his htuJquartera at Wasbi/gton; to report The (i tti;:l da Uwl U &1X Ol't bin., U ,
charge here with Miss AUiene WiU m as
.,". r\>r duty.Every h. p. Tntnticth Century motor. The
an aeeisUnt. Them ladit ditpifrcd of Titusville. Fla..
train in lama was a frnrpriM to almost! eveJyone.
cowing brings IU
quota over tOO !lb!!. of ronll'n't'\I! nrttUt"Mi and '
,r.', of Uwui.-U to this tacit The hotels could tl&evlJ more hail they 'Ia.llt. She :i5x74, f i h. p. I VM>ioy, and was built

and UutrJing liucutti are full, but the people The mndird were very nice and made by by VmIU11.. DRY GOODS
keep moving on thus making room the ladies of the tocu-ty. From thf great interest l.oa U is evw : :
1f'. for drat these rates will grow in favor every i ,
more.The _
M. C. .Salmon *1t"ll"! t-ach other at
tear. Th uJ"pre Mcrt<. l'. i f
r' orange tret are all full of the leaf the exrhtq'ier and they taw to it that i"
*, S. I 1'erk and J. J. White. .
:'. hud and are looking very iran and h h. nuthiitrc got away.Everytaly llii.Jiaij'-r| T. G UitiaiJ had a t..rl1'' ;: CLOTHING

In another tao .eeks' tine they ,ail be i unrknl with wiliir.z hand time inaetng U.e.tU\thcal': [
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