The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
March 17, 1905


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


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

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

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


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.i. -iJ.. }.>( ,-..- _:1'r n t, .LADIBI0UZLO'" 'SkGabriek ZVTZBTAOns.TbeUdkecJ guild were. i GllREN1 lO C lll UONl&o SPECIAL OPENING SALS AT KLINE'S. BIIS Of rim lID a0881P.Cwn..t "

deUgbtrally entertained _aftr-
: r @Wssn. et 3arsseea. tit* Ar* Bs* i.c. oa Brief Itsatts of 1I'ut le (cola. o. I4ad Mt.UDU.l.t.ItCR :O, 1905. ...... .,
.. ? noon last by Mr*.T.T. Wetaore .at her >>: tta. h....' W...
...... About TttwI. Monday next we will place on tale
home ia West Tit mue. toe occasion be- rrtraj la Brief.
'.The anal aasorttnen i of'Cab,' Brad fag In boaor' of. Mrs. D oby, of Now A p{ *aant nine room house for**!Ie. about '''Nt-the new and up-to-date Oytters in every style and quantity

sad. Plea_at F..E. C. Grocery. York, and Mrs. Crease, of Sew Jersey sir Inquire of Mrs. Dodaoo.Mr. ladieV tailor made skirt, in all the leading F. E. C. Grocery.We : .

4i-: Mr. Geo B.,Botnfle, Sr.. U BOW ftoppJagtoGsinerrflleyFI tertof Mr.) WeUnore, who are visiting and ) .. Adberoar Brady arrived shades ranging in phce1mm $3.{J to are pleased to note that Mrs W. F.

ti: i *. them ,i>} p.en'Nrs.; Wetnore wa tame from Stuart Sunday afternoon. I 100. lka i i. recovering from a severe Ulna

;: Upright i piano for sate cheap. Inquire tsar ably aaisted la raging and enter* )fr. G. U. Irwin expects to leave about Figured for ladies'Cambria and, something children's entirelynew drrwe or two weeks or more

at the Indian River Muse House. Tit .- taifiiag the gusts by Mrs.. Denby, and the lad of next week for Colorado A
stop moving picture slaw
at the
both Indies yard wide at a special price of II: } cent opera
YUle,11a. proved themaelva meet
ping off at points en route. house last
An excellent quality of bleached linen, night was largely attended,
Cap>* W. H. Sharpe, of Sharpes, ti, ant charming entertainer Mr. Geo. Kohl, of Shiloh accompanied y ard wide, makes beautiful shirt waist: part[ of the proceeds being for the benefit

a few boon in town among his many In a contest for naming and d ecribingnumerous by bit brother, Mr. Carl Kuhl of Goleon- suits or children's dresses, worth 35 cents I of the school library
articles for five min-
: ,, friends.. on Monday. arranged da, 1IL were taking in the eights of our I yard, for 20 cents.Fortyinch Call at Titusville Livery at rear of
otee insyection the fin* prize award
F Citrus Mock high pine i land. town on Friday of last week. Robin law
grown on ed to Mr*. LOOK A. Brady, and the tee- white i lawn, good ehft'rl office, for stylUh rift.
N. Indian River Vaneriea. established 1886.! and to Mn. W. M.'Brown, and that for Col. C. I'. Morton. the last of the mem nality worth 5) cents a yard special : Leave your orders for hauling, both dooSe .

; Send for catalogue, Toledo and nestIwo conilation to Mrs J. Sondergaard. For berg of the Canaveral dab took his! departure 12} cent > and single.! J. M, 0ban, proprietor.The .

Beach.. for the north Wednesday. Ladies' umbrella drawers made of an cylinder the
telling the correct numberof inaugora to engine on the
Hon. Richard McCordy, president of Lions held since the time of Wsjshinttton, Superintendent a.i.ilI now close the xcellent quality of domestic, with a row dredge Torooka was received back from

the Equitable Life Insurance company. the first prize was won by Mrs. James club house for the summer season. hemstitching and a cluster of tuck, Jacksonville Wednesday after being repaired.

hat been on the east coast for a few days Pritchard and the aecood b1.>>no Henrj I. W. HARPER WHISKEY pronounced worth 50 cents a pair, special 2) cent!. The dredge is now rutting at the

bat U expected. to arrive ia Tampa today R. Jor>ds by world's best experts, the Also another lot, made oi a good qualiy wet end of th. Hauiover canalMm.

The )1.... J, and P. Bondergaard, Following the prize contests Mrs. Denby world's beet whiskey, grand prize-hijtheet of cambric .lib 8 inch embroideryruffle T. A. Robinson, Mr*. Sharpeand

filte '. with their wives, expect w leave next favored the party with humorous rccitatation award St. Louis World's Fair. Sold by worth 75 cents, for 59 cents. Miry Eheilly, whovUited with Mrs.

Monday for their home In New Jersey, which was greatly enjoyed. The R. L. Motlow and F. A. Ie ey. laditv iiigbtgowns, made of guod quality J. P. Brown short while U.l week,

taking the St. John river trip from San. guests were then conducted to the dining One of E. L. Brady & Co'. delivery of natnaook, handsomely trimmed, paid TUB STAR office a pleasant call I lat

1t::;. ford to Jacksonville. I room where a most delicious array of good wagons in Miami ran over a colored boy square or V-neck worth $1 50, at a spec Friday afternoon with Mrs. Brown J
of 99 .
: F, A. Morgan, of Tilasville has been thing awaited them, and whkh were named Ernest Harris on Monday. One price cents.Children's M. F. Hetberington formerly manager

drawn to serve u petit Juror at the con. partaken of amid moth, merriment and of the boy's legs was broken and bis head ready made dre****, made of. and associate editor of the Miami Metropolis
an excellent of beautifully
ing srtsionof the U aUf States court to sparkling conversation. As well! as they was injured, and there is little hope of trimmed quality with chambray, has purchased the interval of Mr. .
x be held in Jacksonville, commencing the could after such tempting retMhWt"DII.the recovery.A embroidery Tumlin in the Lakeland News and will
from 2 5 worth
tint Monday ia April whole! party rug \uld Lang Syne, to $125 each special
run that in
party of about a dozen from Cocoa 59 vriiU.White. paper partnership with K. c.
F Dr F. U. Houfhton writes from and then came the leavetaking with McMuIlen.
as visited Titusvtlie Sunday ,launch, but i lawn dresses, trimmed will
Melbourne that be expect to be in TUua- meet hearty expressions afternoon.of appreciation for a the rainy weather prevented their getting pink and blue chamber, also worth The auxiliary boat Keweenah arrived rt

ripe 'on or before April let with the delightful about town mach, and we did not securea $1.25 tri0 ",ntL here Wednesday. Mr. Cnlhey and two

{ Y Peak, when he Mill have 10 b. p. motor INT1TAT1OM. list of the party. Another party came Good lined buck towels,38 inches lonjr, daughter, hJaJ. very pleasant cruiv M

; Installed in the boat To the ladies of Titusville and Brerard op from Cocoa yesterday among whom I special lj rents each. far south u Ca .' *r's creek, below Miami. h

The I&e&met.boDdia arrived ai county: We cordially invite yon to cat!p we noted Mrs. Travis, Miss Evelyn Travis Cotton Eolean, in blue or white very They will probably leave for their borne

Fort Myers about two week ago with in and inspect our stock of shot, by fn r Miss Edna Travis, Mrs. (indie and stylish for summer suits, special :::0 cents.Lsdwa in Lansing, Mich., today.

' .t Mr. W. L. Mellon and party on board county.the prettiest We line have ever a large shown stock in of Brevard all the Mr. Booth. mercerized cotton under vests, lu the New Hartford ((>>on.) Tribune

They captured: large devil fish on the' latest oxfords, in all colon, in the Queen Sydney F. Hanford, a prominent citi with tape in neck and armholes, special of March 10th we note descriptive article

$. way op the gulf coast from Naples. Quality, also have a beautiful line of ten of this state well known to many in 121 cents of atrip south from New York to '11.

., 'Major P. X. Ta,lor left Tuesday for them.white ox fend*. To see them is to wan TitusvUJe, died in Jacksonville Tuesday Figured .lawns, new and op-to date de gavials via the ocean route to Jackson

Atlanta oo government busine and will i at h PETXEY & BBAXVIXG', morning pneumonia. lie was formerly signs, ranging in price from 6 to 50 cen tsJones interestingly written by Mrs. H. R. i

be away tor about ten days. Miss Susie' The Clothiers and Furnishers. clerk of the circuit court of Clay county per yard. wife of tins editor of The Tribune,

Gladwin U assisting Mn. Scrimgeour ;in and was a prominent person in politiCal Mail orders promptly filled! on any o;( who !is visiting in Titu vilU> with her

the poetoflke during the poatmanter's abaence. MRS. MABIA HAETLOOE DEAD conventions of the Democratic party the stove good daughter )f f'I. W. M, Brown, (or a few

Mrs. Maria Hartloge died at the residence His brother Mr. G. W. Nanford, lIIt'nt Jrurs Kuxi, weeks.

Strawberries have been on sale in Titustllle of her sister, Mn. L K. flyer, iMima n to Green Cove Springs Wednesday to attend Titusville, Fla. The rpnng style in straw huts have

for the put week or 1k1. These fine last Friday nwraiig after several I the funeral. TOMATO PLAT FOB bALK..VXIO struck M iawl. The Record, of that city,

) large berries were grown by Mr. R. AOottkun month illness with malarial fever I)t says that Sam Fttta started it. He purchased -
tomato plants are now ready rddhery.
,\ of Tillman. The editor re- ceaaed was a native ot Savannah and was Apply to !S. K Mice, adioky little agree, anJ then a

i tome thanks Mr. Conkling for a bask 53 years of a v. She is survived by he r Preaching service at the Baptiff t Titiuville, Fla.FURSITURE7TTRY !leading attorney from Tituivilk caughtthe
t church, Titusville Sunday March 19t -- fever and t the habit." and
Mrs hOW
et of them last Friday rnoon. mother B. Delaney; her son, Mr
and Gills, 11 a. m. and 7 90 p. m. BiblBchoi r GOODS, SHOES
The friends of Mrs. Gordon wife of tbelate 0. A. lUrtlogt, and her sisters, Mrs M >l every Sunday at 10 a. m. All are Child swing nurwry rhairs come the dignified judge of the wroth

General John B. Gordon will be in O'Brien and lira Myer, all rraidenUoSavannah cordially invited to meet with; us. Japans paper napkins circuit and threaten to ""t party w ith t

tereeted in learning that it is highly probable except the one last named. Howard B. Gibbons Paetor. Chuppicit tow U, 33 and 40 cents the boys, too. i iMr

--- that she will be made ('(* mi.tme at ore Myer was present at the services, Rev. W. F. Allen, of Titnsville will! Biitter disheo. sugar bolllls J, A. Collins, mail clerk on the i
Atlanta which is the office which were held hut Saturday afternoon not begin a writ of servuvs at Coma thweek s K iin and Dry batteriescoI'l Sanford 'branch' was taken suddenly ill
moat important FR paint ItouwpnintChat
u announce oting to the
in the south, with the eiceptionNew of in the Cathedral of St. John, the Baptist traded Ulnrtsof his wife. He hopes pro U ). A. Gardner, Tituiville, Florida Sunday with an attack vf bilious malaria .

Orleans. Savannah, with interment made in Cathedral go to Xiooa Satn!+lay afWrn xon and expei'U something similar to the attack he had S
cemetery. to protract nervkva through neat CULTURE CLUB ENTERTAINED. last bummer, but not to trvere. Pu4. f fl
;; The E. 0. Painter of IV-
company -- week, beginning; Sunday Mch 1'Jth, It Mine i iUdwin, aKietrd by Miss master Taylor served u mail clerk Monday
Land has made a contract for the printIng NOTICE TO TUB ITBL1C. which time I>r. Paso P. K., is expected Palmer and Mn., entertained the and a substitute armed nut day.
of the Witness the to preach, both morning and evening,
Baptitt for next I'rotfrvw-ive Culture tlution afternoonof
1 have Ttie-lav
, opened a ItI'Ol'trYllOre and also this being the arrtaion of the tint Quarterly We. are pleard! to state that Mr. CuJliiwu
rocceedlr.g two )'t'UI. )Ir. F. C. Edward a restaurant and boarding houin theSoritUKvour All thi week. The 'large reVep-
conference of this charye. are rapidly iuiprovin.
of building at the of tion mum in the ma.hun! home ass dee-! IUlVtJf
*, Dr. Farris, the university, and corner invited be present at the wrvii-wi Sunday '- -- -
orated with
Japanese fknt
Mr. C. H- Nash are editors. The Wit solicit Main trwt the patronage and Washington of the public.avenue aad and on through the week, 'rordinjC, digs and rare curial bro itfht hy Miwiladwm AW AT. .

near, will hereafter be known as The 51x M. L. PE.UWK.LOST. lo the announcement, which will be ( from her recent trip to the far Victor talking machine and c..ie11 zen '
.. -.. -- .....- made at the :-ulltby service; *. record will \Ie
pouinern N IUNr j cart.The IlHt'nif tu theliol.lrr ,
f -- --' -- three hoctei e* were charming in of the Imky number, at Penney A. 4
)I.t. A. crim;."rour mvived the OR S.II.K. Japanese drew and a large rhilippino rug Bmnning's nt
3- tad news last week of the death of her Rowboat about seveoUvn feet Ion/ launch 35x7, draft 26 inched, plate wa4 piled rills na+hiun., antong-t wl.icli H .Hi"r, Titiuvillf, fla one ruu{-m with W
:r.:,, only brother, Charles White of Dunkirk round bottom, sides painted white, bottom tcla** rabin finished in mstK'pny"I..ctric the gne>ts tvuM nit at eatu true eastern : each dollar | f\!<1. ttrven i08idl'1h.Dt adrift from light and storage battery, eearch light. ,iyl.> if they fe.t iii) IOdin..,). I ent. Call in and tsar the Victor day all f
N. Y. Mr. White was the founder ;
my dick just north of Coco, '!.\Lkyaftrrrnxm. iwo Buffalo nxitorg. Cut about l Jl,(.fate> I There were about twtMy-fike ladies the latest band wuauSHIUtl. .*
l ;' of the Dunkirk Advertiser, and Union i March 9th. A lilwraJ reward at a haigain. Addre. K, thin office. pr..llt who ..erelirr entertained; by '- .
y' ';' and the Dunkirk Daily Herald, and edited *iil U p' id for her return or information -.------- I foal 1 I1I1Hl. ddighttnlly' l't'u..rt'tJ by t '
fi: that will lead to her recovery.J. !! Mm. J. SHHlrriPurdeMM ; ..
these for nearly 25 lie ,
: palll'rI yean. NEW AUTO ROAD OPENED. Mr. A. M. Ttr"iiI't'lIul.iplifiHrar.! .
C&rEIUKT.FU. j i Jwin U"II! reap an aitr>urit tat .
r-i Petnorrat and iI"o' froit.j
**! to
was a IKW :
The shell road from Ne* Smyrna to I h -r journey to the 1'hiippatiry; a trial deM -
;" a wonderful degree that charity toward all Ihijtona, along the Halifax nver, which r n pi ion of tlt'rI.r\.. years' work In (t.t'I j Masts. <,e.>rif" ....I) Carl hull ,i'i ;.t*>) ....
!; _' and malice to none whkh is rainy earn : FLORIDA INDIAN DEAD H-ldolj there and various ei|.-rino j the carnival Tiruuil.e; l set ....k. i
ha U-rn building for !
a ont
a year, 11 jrompklrd I
t.; in thee days of twentieth century rush Kltthlo Harjo, a Seminole! known a* tart i *erk and turned o>itne>tni 11 ith the tame, ineiu-Jiiijt "'C.I Mr. J N._ M I" !,-y it; in O"ill.Utldl (
t and Mrs.ScrimgwMr haj the "Ufd Kwh," aid to have tern the ..>tIndun over lets from former Kiii[ trio j-upiU. This *e -k dvli g progress. America i i. drat the the public. The i-omplrtion! cf this (.ieivfit I {''loer.wu lutei+r j to "ill otiet ai, rni- lIo"n
': at ot .
f: heartfelt sympathy of her many Florid I Iv 110. He wan turn lu the }:\'t''ll' of mad 00" makes a continuous hard alive interval I II j.! Ia spite of a rainy eeratnp SaJaidy C.. a f
friends in the hour of her bereavementDXPOfED ,. }lurlfa, and fought in the war of 1S12 mad from Ormund to lUk Hill, about I A mnteft WM then participated in by j i *>nal jfiven Lv Mien Minnie I \m" J
: ____,,.,.. ,. alSllut this country a* well M in it.. thtrtv-iivr miles: the Halifax in.J the ni: ''', which (unrn rd of fu.-ifg'' onniliDJ ve>i by allWe, "ur.J was t
i\': BY A SCRAP. milkII'S.. Hernlittni ataolun North Indian n,cort, thrrm,:h -OHMof th r ;j; the natKn.!ty of -veral .flla:1:! this: Coffer "t'tIt't'bJ aluMlt II o'tlwk. .
finest natural !: which (>ru>rd ti Oelitial iJeir>ratK>n of
Ir.-r windier of the Uotml vutrt nvuery in the utv. J. I.Mawr I. j .
during '
t: On Monday, the 13th in.t., the bated the Civil war, and It'tft'I with distinction. who hw dnien an auto Oft'r1.!* the room The pnz% a -aatifai hlt'... Mr F'.,.., Bennttt resorted !oolr-I.,

r ".. cf state inrtitmious demanded tVretijnation i :. Sitter then he had livrd a ith hu tnt... real, .ute. that with for trip of a pmdrm I fill .taancan eli, use aw.rdr L i ) of P'"rinlt'nJl'nG.inn and and acquired a reputation a. a d'l1alUtHIIl the road will t. in fine condition IUNa.n., trratnenl \A hi. ejn We are /rry 141M..te .
one Indians We wish to add to the above IItm that f-/lk\ ,wrd, ""UN by the hu eye>utt it trey uiucb itujxiffd r''f
1 "'Physician Carfetk at the state insane there I* only stunt 1.: mils rOAd to t [ j jtmprovrd 1; three h*.tsotT from itw dimtie thioi atwl IK it aoable to u.r )1.11 eje the .t.k .t

;.. t asyhua. The trouble anvw over a person FOR SALK CUf AP nut CASH. Umern Mont arid Oakiiiil l 1 i! brocght Umir by Sane Ula'ivin from Ja Mrs A. N Nulls gibe a Jwr at the .. I.j
t: difficulty there between them srteril! Ken we would hate ....l autonvibtiert IIiD. Thrw nrfrohax'nU runi>tMi of t"Je of her nuHix-r, Mr*. KuSi,
I .,b. ut s"< acres of good bi WD-lwiebr. olive! eke an.1 TurJ.1ebrhinr. '
lr 1
on d all the from OruKind Tilusulie paofh- .
to .
I daJl'1riOB.. F. Whitner, of Sanford.I5. Indian way Music furt>u) f
the f*=t or ocean aide of the river Oa motion ofi. > ident J ttte club
and ertrrai mile: anuth hI Titusville. : <* |4 i lU M '.
li. in, 4tnm and .
2. BOW clerk in the comptroller' <' at the Narrows, d'flcribvdu follows: Lot light: mil, ol hard ru J r-utr?, Mr' *. .\Jt..nur Bray. vote of lt.nk 1-0 the Vtui.U and KUiUr. t.trr Brsuess :.
and Dr. 6 15'I''I''I''i Xo. S section 35 also lot No. oJSered Sdss < l far het tkli.f.L'I ; rheshrm.rhl, '
wysdeeted superintendent, 3.ction of TitucvtlU; "iH ivnnr\t OronKorkied */! wit h wa > a< -lD were seneJ atJaJQI 12'i rl.Ck and iart7ag I
.1: bread, of Mayo, physician. Ir. '* 36. in township 31 sooth, ranouki aU! let I entrnainntat of the club 't-Ih; rooal antl.iw..rr. was aoDUr..t
This land is unimproved bet finely lo- mad into hard urfaop r ada t rforwinter. | j The afurrxo'er.urt* i nirr.tbr riv-l
; IL Randolph, of TaJlahaace, w at cbaxn < Iif'It ucu after 2 duck.. This w M oid ww f
cated. For farther >.
particulars addreaeE. all$ Joining in nn/io nst-nca tu t
of the .
biuet rr biciUtXX.
!..tV. '''''''''- M. Low, iafdnt'] i-j.fy> ,t1Jp&nllx.t'nt of Mr. >ju} 1U ftfelMl ,
this ira--n. It .u a Urn! ,
;;: ':. tWpy, tIllS
Brockton VON V4LE. New Ywk.uricr..
f Mats llVnby, of
guppy crr.l..J that went U'tte
\ SIaI't comb whit legUuna are the The sharpie Ut AU Right Matt* -- -.-- ifll. that tire.WA7b1RU. -
',,' breed u.u fill the egg U fcel We are coxt fOlJ.t your own f..,i rr. ii _
: hatching from our UtWouuiAM parties etcAddret E.JX .
for hunting 215
NUtDi egg To the Tuosvilfe Blacksmith ; I wilt:
bop &.> i : ice it hereby given that apply r j
pua 1& 11.00 per 15 get rourwork d.me001, exprri. Titl1nl, P a.. ; to the board of jnkrfx of the tttr ofFlor Ctttf ten* for killing, by crair*. : !
> Ponw y.U.Ifb.. enced blacUtnith ia "'WD.U work -- : >iUo& .tpnlth, I: JA or a. s?0 W jf 1: farrow, !

?uarnted end promptly attended to. TOR SILK !, U.f..n-.ftc-f.. my .i' ..*- tH>n can be heard Mea..urhe._ Ht.HLICA.WIIN .
r Work dame cheaper an where in Tile property of M I",. C. (CoJIina coo.iirfic for a f.riio:: Ear tl -vies*: cf "oturtirr in u ; '
toll&AUK 'A UAKOAIM. the town. Abo: ticnikg. plumbing, and of rorc*. .>re buiidio(aitd 9rum.hf'Ualii. I tir* fittt Jrgrrr w lb rrro ,our.
.+ = After April Ut we will offer 10 food general rrpairicf dooe a the Tnnst iUe and grocery and restaurant bu*- i: ate owriy of the rmirt," of .bleb I *a. IVtn't forget do ail kibdt of hilati. J i it
much sows (M sak, all frrah since Jan. IUaek9 Shojx Gnus one Cow ail, icert kno n aa the f. L. C. gnx+tj store, Ittlfl1 icte { a&d aUrbctrl ID the arcni smith an*] jr>n wwk, fuels hhrxiaj
? UL For noticetan addmttit &OJOG lWl'dooe right by. one 4)t o propvnioi ticoQrtof; Bret arJ cwiiU Florida onJ10U I 4tA an-J icon rrja"innt. (.11 ud re aces..
ii'. > W. Axu>o.t h mood, ne.t 0. B. nxu. the town ofT unil ol-. l. lif1.c. hnu actsxet i J. D. }sets. 111"11".0, rla. j

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IrlfB FLORIDA STAR I MB. QmUoU" M r. Literary Hit. I flu ASBM of Paul= Jones K* AUem. I'

The banquets held In the literary capItaJs As. mlgbt be flede4.1:thi pmopoal, .

'" F F .;Catered attbopeet.Rttstllasvintas of Europe bocar of the tercentenary -I ton to transfer to American soil t e. Safe and Sure.

z. t t. .. oad-du mail natter.3fc sf the publication of "Don remains of Fad Jones baa met with

>e61. .. araagae, tatiteg sad dPaktLlt. Quixote" elicit a Tariety of Interesting 1 torn criticism. The first naval hero

.. : 3 J3HETEVEBY FRIDAY M02Xim table'talk about tbatiwooderfol book of this republic was alien born; and hi*

and its author. A recent number of heart became somewhat estranged attar -
; 1-g *ftCB4CtliTIOM. FKB LxYCYta .
75 CYalf you tix Moarua.KU the London Outlook cootatos a chatty he had run his brilliant career under

paper on this subject by Major Martin the ton and stripes which fiat be It BALLARDSHOREHOUND
.Iw..uaiac.tpUeaUoa.II Home, a student of Spanish literature. remembered he first gate to the breeie

Says Major Hume: on the ocean. Now that the mystery
:f out be dearly understood that ecitkerTBK '
t TAS sot its editor. is responsible tor It 1s probable that Cervantes stumbled of his burial place mar happily be

optatoM trpraaH by corr: poadtBU. aeddeatally upon his great discovery at i' cleared op after the lapse of a century
discovery of his own strength aa much as
-- '- -- of a national allegory for "Don Quixote f it is most natural to wish his ashes

: V H.agry Chlldrea Sc rts Io. w* at first Intended to be but a short t transferred to the land h. foujbt to
; It U aisoriiig to-know that the Sal- story satirizing the literary form of the
already discredited tales of But. make free.
:1 .f, ration Army's attempt to locate and whether he knew it or not.chivalry.Cervantes did Had Paul Jones been entombed la SYRUP
feed a coctlugect of the breakfastksa much mon than writ a literary satire J
this at the tiote of his death
deathless) country
;- < school children In Greaterew York H put Into pros the truth that
1 was ranUJtg In the nation's heart-that the burial spot would now be second to
has failed. The hungry children cannot a whole people bad been led astray by
none in patriotic ucredaew and In
false Ideal an4 that cloth decay and ruin
be found. )Jr., Robert Hunter, they
were all they had to how for a century of popular interest The fact that Ms .
: ./ sociologist, author of 'Poverty. seems. heroic sacrifice. Like the true BpanUrd tomb la not here baa been a source of URF.S COUCHS. COLDS. TUflOAT\ODA SSCW1OF
; reallrto hare been the author of the that he was. the author laughed with bitappear WHOOPING COUGlI..50.E \ EASL l
.: '. ter gibe at the mats that had made Spain: wonder and regret to the generation THE PHLGI AND f
:t.-; ; 'ZO. Vt:: to bare evolved It almost wboUy from from It. Quixote was self sacrtflclag. I EXPECTORATION HEALS THE LUNCS.
of his ha.
There been
exploits a reason
through all his
... \.y' of bi toner t"OMelen brong&t generous the BEST remedy for
: When physicians as
aberrations and so bad Spaniard been. in the past why the sole relic we Endorsed by lea.dinr

1( to book he declares that his original They had sought sacred personal dlctlnotlon hate of Paul Jone 1* the memory emblazoned Chlldren's Croup and Whooping Cough bec&ust

? statement bas l.w a mlaquotPd aDd that by unei2Uh cacrtnc for an abstract It contain NO OPIATES. The action of BaJla.rd's HOrt-
all the But
Ideal Jut as Quixote had performed on printed page.
I l:'. :._ what he did say was "There must bethousands tls derring-do for an Idealized Dukin a. there will be no reason in the future bound Syrup Is mild and benignjt isadapted to Infantu weDua.dultaof
and they had pat a* much trust as he lathe and constitution.
t there are 00,000 of temperament
very variety
magic aid which had failed them. for this unusual state of things It it i every

r.. -. >1; to 70.000. children-to New York city Prosaic reality wa too strong both for shall transpire that big coffin is among Read This RemarKable Testimonial
" :'-", ": alone wbo often arrive at school hun the SpanUh nation and for Quixote; .tarvatlon -
: depopulation and national defeat those soon to be unearthed in Paris. Ku. wnt..:-*My fcabaa4
:< MRS. B. W. EVAN ClaarWater .
and work. Hooter
...R f gry unfitted for Mr. and ruin la the one case were a* Insist- Paul Jones died suddenly during the sick for tarts months and tht doctors told rot bt had quick cooMontion. -
_, .. says that the word "often" was cot against Inflated pretensions a* were f Ills death was Ballanfi Horehouad Spttp, sad
reign terror. of
... windmills cudgel and brute strength In < was barely Wt procured a bottle
,, ::;- Ignored In the newspaper comcieDta the other. Ttw contrast between the mIstaken noted and the place of hU burial not I It cured trim Bt U now a w.U man. but wt always keep a bottlei .

;,( ; : upon the statement. This statement high alma and the coarse reality retvnled. Thirteen years elapsed: between I in the house and think it has BO equal for pulmonary <&****..

3; '- he explains: is only an estimate ami 1s nation wa as as evident In that In the of the case distraught of the deceived InJtYktuaL the date of LU death and the I Easy Take; Sure to Cure; Every Bottle Guaranteed.

:- based upon the number supposed end of war aud confusion in France !, THREE SIZCSt Je. SOW 100.

unemployed workingmen in the city in BALLARD'S SNOW. LINIMENT CO. ST. LOUIS MO.Southern .
-.4 the beginning
I '. "Don Quixote" appeared at It was then 1>13, and this country had
1'' the winter of WfW-5 of Spanish decadence, when a just emerged from a three years' war'''

',' -. ,{. \: : .It U to be hoped that Mr. hunters series of defeats on wa and laud had j I' with rat Britain, one In which 111ne" BOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

1 y. conclusion that there are 10.UOO.OuO caused widespread distress and humil- American navy tore to tatters
.\- : i of our citizens! In the grip of poverty latlon. The national ideals had failed, j: that haughty boast "Itritannia rules the

; :, is also based upon estimates and that and the leople'a disillusionment and ;i wave." New anti dashing and renowned -

it is wide of the mark mofklug scorn were reflected in CVrvantes I and revered heroes made names in

p 4. When the Jt'fttfonrmT people masterly creation On the I: that war which filled the people heads Raijway.

x.. beard of Mr. Hunter's unfed army of one hand inflated pretensions and oil !I. with froth naval fdenU and filled their t.tCTI\ NO\.O. taui.I .

{ : : little ones they began to offer free the other the bitter bitter reality.! hearts with fresh clfjeit of worship. --- -- ; ;-- -::. -
: I No. Mi fe-So: M ... :N sd
I I A Perry, a Hull a llainbridge, a IVca I K.tweaJatksuasitl.aud\awlurk. .
expertwent The Small Stick and the Naked FUt. I IfellvM _"___I Isaily, ,__ __ : i Ulty _I
: tnr, lived and moved lu the public eye !-----. {' N50a: Lv JarktonvUle._._.. NX Uy. Ar. VIIJ tWp
-:" .; said: A great noise is made nowadays over j}|I and the memory of Law reiuw, who UUa'! __ ___ Ittlpj, Lv.Nuaul.H..toI .. Kjr. Ar .I 45U a.1 afap

; Perhaps the rifled for fm breakfasts the "big ktlck" and the "mailed fist !', went down American waters shout tJU. -- .-.-.. 94th! Ar. Chs:l"tto, -N. t'.. ..... Iiv. R1Ly.' }IIt $) s- ''-djM.'

:.. .;-, xifts. but. It .o. we haven't teen able to These terrible things have not landedon Ing. "Don't give up the ship:" alone obscuml _84L i 8 s" a [Ar, Uichiiiuud! V* _. ::_:: ..s: t. Iy. 1:,?:: taco in.a pY
dUcovtr it.V. have ciubltabed tree anybody's head with annihilating so p;; '--".j IHh I Ar. ii'aabimgtuo. I). G----- .o. ky 1.1' 10 M al' i .5m p
:. bnakfasta at tight place In the city, the for the time the fame of the 11 2.S p..-. \\1130) Af, Baltimore, Md.---------P. K, I: Lv! .. ., s71t p
.. not Important being on Cherry strut results as yet and probably never will j| then almost ai-orrjphaJ captain of the 235 aflSO '; .. ..-' 1 iSp. \I.l'hU..lelpblar.. .I'. IL Rh. i 11,1. till p
where v* teed from 100 ta :rIG on the aver. at 1 115 I \r New York K Y I' U !h.1t I 1 H
The were Idea of them serves a pur p KI..y. fN.
kg. Under the direction of dIn Booth j jpote. i j| Ifcmhomme Ktchard! Truly In 1S15I : :;_-LL ; : aM1 -

- w. have opened places wherever they They can toe and will K" brought; i\:I America had little to fire the popular ... 33 and 3i--N>w York nu-l Florida KIlr(...... lady )'.u... i.. wt.cNo. Yana
' s.m4 neceaaarr. but hero hue been far if 1 le-w 1 I .
down with a \engeaww nothing BerpinglLrbrtwvenJacksonville! allli Nt'w'orll.
: hreirt Paul Jones HU Itoiieu
J ,i. fewer applicant than could b. expected. nations and over wirei .Ni... :1t: and -\\aiihiujU and nori-I. J.iwited lteity 1'nltttaul Inatag ......
r. drastic Is effective to keep i
w In a school located in the heart of i i! not here his death i*'rhaps a matter seeping Car bt'twt1I Jak1oluvllle- New r..t\
individuals In order !I .. .. -. . ... ----
of j.Ptit'SJi\\'ork. 1.1. old fcLlp! at the bottom ;;: "- ; ---- -- :: "- = : ;;
:t3 Y the moat thickly populated square mile 30' 1).t .. _
Meanwhile It is usele-u for any of !' of the cLannel. Hut wbeuwe i..ily.l Tlirou liHlh. La..r (I.. sly."
e_ -. ia the work the school officers declared English now .. ....... .. .
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that there half a dozen the common run of men to charge their : are at peat when InteruaUoiult ---.t--1 I', Lv J..k..uul1. flu ,_. .... ...-_... _. ........... .. 111. AR i feF.
k were only failures to the want of a magic club or and national burled and un! a': Lv. aavaaaah, tla-.., ,. .-...--.... ............... --...r+!.. If. Ar. 4M a
i t jealousies are
;. breakfastless children among the 5,000 iron hand. There ti a mountain of woo II Ar. (Columbia e..H. ......_................ .-b*. *ir. Lf. I III a
attendants The principal said: an ; memorials anti shrines are the order of ISOp Ar be-.ille. X; ('., .. -.... ... ._... ._. ..... .. [w, By. L.. p
ordinary work to be done where main I the day. there acorns but ou.uI'W toI 237 pi Ar. Hotfj.iiDg. NC---------------------------_ ..... *. By. Ljr'. iM"
At a matter of fact, there are almost moth implements would be as rauoh ew p; Ar KnuivUta.Teiin.S15 ........ .. .. .. .. .__.__. ...... "'" .)r.. I... : a
r- <. '. no cae of hungry children. Therecouldn't I adopt It it shall prove true that the ai, Ar. tinrimtati. (bia, . . .... --- .. 4q .ipt' 1113
out of place as a sledge hammer driving .. .. _. -- _...... ..
be, far tf there were the teacher ; ashes of Paul Jones have Uvn dhil'Oert.J \- -- '--- -----;:; = -:;;;;
would report It to I'M. The teacher takea tub in a picture frame. The frauie Sea\lhoJ M-I'ulhnalilr... pl Rt om anti lislh.t !, ".... tare .brt.rwt J.wvltM earl
should be
They honored we
great personal Interest In all of their St. I..JUI' dully
';.,. pupil often visiting them In their home, I and all would be smashed !I should own up tie!: reason why and sing -- ..- .. -. .- '-=:::-'_-::-,==- -..;=.:::.. ::- :.... _
'0 And If the chlMren bad come to chool ', Average work calls for concentrated .-...... .. I
: Itrlwrro
i small lIlt magical name of Paul J OIlt'S Xo 13 ; J; stile..4lh. North cud M t. SVII
t without breakfat they couldn't keep up I I
=F, with the work. It would bow Itself In energy and persistent application! > In the future.If __._. : 1U p?! l.v-JsrkCtuvlile: -ru. f .AI: : ::

their behavior and work during tbe day. "Constant dripping wears away the any are in doubt us to the proprtety ._. __ 31.I'j \t Martin Xu. Ky_ .","'_._. .. ... t,. I If a..
The head of a department In this stone." for no g*id purpose apparently .. .-' 5:0 AI! .\Atlanta, ho Uy. -...- .. .. L,. '1I p .
at this! late hour of
Pit 4 identifying _._u_. 11-5..1 Ar Iliatlanooga! )w,. Ky. .. ...--.--- -.tea. a pi..
1 l' school found only two or three hungry except as an exhibition of tbe power of | Paul Jones with the m<..t.t sacred u.etu _-'"". _.' 7W I"r I'littluoftti.. ljurru-.J.*::1 a3I.: .

I ; children among 300 under her charge trifles. The drops fall continuously In cries of the republic It I Is well to lurk -- --._ a 40 pI 1-----tV. t.i dllilati- --- Bag tOiir: leaIe.J.. Lv i! 71! -:.. _

= e Bald she: the same spot One by one they are i back a century for inspiration. Had ': : J10_ai i iVss -:Ar ( hugi, I'.itr Four. _Ut*itI'rtia .... ..:' :-Lv. +! 6 1 I! __.
r -i_: l.vAr. ('ibduu"U. l.tua.-- _. Ar. '
nothing. Should they fall In iucomprehensible p hU" 6 14 a
t$ \, The mother care for them very well Paul Jones died ui_1er rircumitamvafavorable '
s Why recently Curing the fleet storm. at numbers all over the .. --:. Tlu a1 i! : Chkagu.... ___IVna:...l.iiint.. ....:.:.::.:.::.:.:.... -'"L1'. iii ,
, Ic the assembly of the department I asked to the r* ;ou* of hU remains uu_ tt..' 101 I.,. (I'lutiuuali T'll 4 It,- t/awls .-. .. Ar 7..., -
v t the children how many had no osershora, stone's surface for millions of year they would ruiMt assuredly have been ... 7:3 a':. Ar ('hi aIN, *' 1I.t 1-ltarrtHl :'::':':"- Lv ett J .

'* Only three replied that they had none. they would barely leave a mark. It U brought to these whores and eftthuai ... 9t.I' Lv (.lbl'in1i4ti, ('. II AirMwlT&UC .. .. \r. 7ah, a
?i They are not only fairly warmly rUl. striking always in the name HHH that : .. .. :S-0 a'5S5 Ar TulrJ.t: M AH-\lirh Ct..tC ......... tf :his f.
3 but they have plenty to eat During the ajtlcally mrlved in spite of opposition . 7.:aaaAra_ I IK trull. H i -Wtcb. t"i- ?
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c i ; recea at 14,5In the morning almost a'lof dare the bU IOH5. It gives to the I In certain! cjuarters. The personalities .. rb.tpt l.v.'ineiaustt, iVntt. iJlira.. ..... _... ---..... .{t'i3Aa4.i .
them have brought fnilt or cracker ta atom the power of a Titan. And this .. Ar I'ttet.url. IViiu .. . L* 1U -:
.e'- eeL and I know they have had hrultfaatt i of that date can lie diuiii teii now and e-;' : .. __. _T pAr
' 'a\ before they come to school Moat of Is the Inutun for would be doers of I whatever diminution Paul Jones' fame ,- 930 p Lv.tSuciuusdBig funr--------------- :::::. i' etlsfL ift

them go home to a hot dinner In the mi-I great deed whoae tool are merely |I suffered l.if the ._ . U a Ar (_.I! .llIIIoI. Iii! ruU.r_. .: .: ....::: : ,. i 9 >) p.4f .
+ ,.r i : die cf the day also; very few bring that by : own teiujT or by ._. _' 5 30 p L".l.uUJltl.o, M..i" ,y--... ...,.-_.._.... .. ,. ,M IA A .
the the naked flit. No
lunches with them. small stick or !| jealousy or negifitt of the people i H J<) ,, Ar, Uxiisvilir, *** 7ty ----.....- ...-- L* : TMsLv
a marvelous power can be evoked at a close to him and his bbouij be 732 a Ar..St. I..rtJl*_ _.. Ki' lly_ -_ YAM
The tolling .claiwes of great cities to era : _. .:.. :'. ::: .-.... ... -._ P
r have the pride and affection' common single! blow, oily Just the power ned mad gtr.i l y a mterlty which delights N.. h3 and JI-"Thf' n.ri.U"- -Itoily S.Ji.J 1'+.rdwds--T,i. Tbfseph Iraq

to the human race. They provide for ed for the occasion. A small sled rod i in glory U.rrowe from LU ra (['"*.,'brNo '* and Pullman Mcri'iuit ire IViorcu< Ja kturivfil anal CI cJas.N.
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; the children even though they go with will bore a hole thruugh an obstacle ( re 'r. I-t u* oLerish the memory of 1- -- -
F ft j o.n It.tsteaJs.Iwu.lliacadKsua..t'ty JUI4e I
out Di-rmcark-s themselves where a huge battering ram would i Paul Jour It*We that of Perry and of 1 __ ?. .

._. -. ,, itself to ple and the in force, but .( 3 91 1. Ar AU tU. i SouethlBg to Think Over. ram are mighty name of Paul JOIM with the nann of .__. II U a h ittnuugbaw, Ala '!:-. U,. L. pap ::::. :

The question of making hard and fast they can't swap jobs without coming Perry and Karragut when "t think tU ... .. .\r Mrtuj-bu. Truo, Fn to grief. H n.r Kab4, <'uy. M.... Fnwu L. stir _.
.a rules about matrimony and divurw Une ; a! %Hlatlon Ad U hiater to bur naval! __ ---

< to do some serious thinking over. i annals If the BrJutl.JmmE' Itlttanl N'<*. nand H-'Ttie 1'orua! LtiuiU-d ally
Scientist and public spirited men E\f rLtrNT: DIMS ('Alt "I-IU: If t.
i. -tMnrf It
Anent divorce legislation the Washington 5 fpiwxie in>iii to crow over *
"-i Post says- generally Lave been laying down tie 1 ualijue hero L. listd enough, to canonize. J. C. U"K.III"rlrl"u A *nl. Ion West Kay airs Jti k....'HI*,fl..

.. law of cause and effect to the peopleof ('H.ACKtKT.Ii. W. u. TAt'lupi.I..A.
1;v The would t.. reformer who preps," U .
'r'4 regulate humanity Into a rendition of mil this country lately about the wanton The actual daruagt:; accruing from the a.11hIAIlitt1'K.t'.T H'IIUk'"UIW' .a fi t.TUE a

leocUl UtM tc. zJtud. of laws destruction of forests Hut It tlt'tc'DliHat : been
: by aa caetai coal strike in I'ru'+sla has computed

'i" !)" do more harm than gv ' must reaftie that In divorce a. In other
}, thing, there U a harpy radum t-ri.hA only offenders in thU air In the midd the um the gjrnmnt j>r-ji<*wf* to

i too much tatty and too much rigor They of the Last century India w s* Irar. f-ay far the mire: -. The Motor
meet make urn* ailowtnc, too. for human _.
ticaily denuded wf her beery fureoU ---
1 v &*tur*. a prectattng the fact thAt
( t people who toake mUtakea la marrtaft ly the march of a trenuou rsilnoiddevrtopn.t'nt. i The Ys'jui are the boo Indians of today

7,1 it wf.1 quite naturally attempt to rectify them Now a .j stem of forrjii It will I* their! ovrn taut tf sans
within their
r by means
t > any power 1 1It
U they an nut ah>.ed legal **(MraUun. I rvgalatloas are in furre.: and 9 >,ady u l'oml..Ut..s to convert them Into that
.fU to vloUU tf moral Motes f
; they tempted *
per cnt of the area of the tvuntry U pJ iLdlacs- tie old fiillo:..*! s..
f and the tutut law aid the otwUibr tj
...; dtvorre instead ot litg bccencUl may set aside, ax a j-enuatn'ct g"tvernme.t border way. is

a f than area BKi t 1u.t rW\a!y the very ***. reerve, while tl per cent aiditJoaal -- -- --- --

bully cf societywho protected forests Many of the lathe ; It ...ill t.ring rich, red hkiol firm S...>. i-
f revpk *c 'k div >rre almost at. and me.rte Thate chit 1I.s-r; ; ", taUtI" aliiiir fur Ilirieurj and
states have their own forestry dt part.
f'w ) take that step a* a choice be- liocky Muunum Tta vM! d.> Lt..f. i 'r alrrilttlt1 .
,; ; me&ts.Gr&cral. this monih, keep. sum 1fo tit aU! e'u' .rctr.uttaor
tvtwo two evil Society is Interested Vi tabVu. Aik: }...-r Jr -gbetn : It ha- |plenty of nifUt .ud l it 1,

i, .<. in abaticf th, greater eviL Said a I I Gen-rat Hrarat T.rt'ltnf'C reinstated l : whr-n- it d'H"\| tin uutit luud ,
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young woman wbo t tats a married I ewViict!! in LU ca eared I It
.. i i'"r U..r matt tests.Mrs. t {ti It I h jH-rfrt-t In dc%llru and. perk.
; chain two or throe tImes a year. 'Ij after Wallace hal t__n removed by
tthitt "H'.t' las i .. ;l tiun"LI|>.
always cod away thankful that I ao I General lUU-t! in l'4 Wsi'.ac u_l 6}r over *ut\' aura by 'd. .:a I \

mss. Dot tnarrMl" An u&cocgrnta match focgtt bravely at MuCocary Ml. but of -ithrrs fur thrir i hildrrn a ::. 1 Irttf1. d titrttiIii: menu. ""JIIlrlbib-C.

<1-11<" eta scanda.lix marriage even thoot: was defeated bj tcjwrtor cumbers coder sng ah ptffrrt * ,
chi dan t.e g'. n.a. siiaa a.! paa.
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! s U stop short of the divorce court General Jntxil Early Early: marched : euree wind colic ton t iii the Levi [(' i

to the gates of \Vahtcgton after h* diirrhora It rill! w-hve tit ? via dtIntrp1. Bridgeport Machine & Motor Co.
:tj of ths UniUd I B I
The ei &seas BtatMfctm tad dl p" *d of Wallace, yet Grant rv- illlesndrrrr Imrr.-datdy tact by drugz1.tainrvervpanoftLewotbI. ,

tcocl. Brt .b satjerta ta the h steel that the lair at Mont sey detailed j Tstny- I I
i i $ centa : IUbUPUI $ Con. j
H. under tike flats tllaatla. s.i ., I u a btutte hie sure aDd fA for ftpoft t.
the Confederate uattl Wsshiag ; '
: )ire.4t in.rap," and
'i Slaaece alapteQ ta 1981 tea wu made adore adat attack.C .tike 00 t-tt'r ktn.La F. N. HITCHCOCK CO, Agents, Tit{ nil-Ic. Florida, C


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._ .FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 15 THE :FLORIDA ':ST AR ',3( ;

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Ii GENERAL DIEECTORY.Si'ASs nt.was a frl Btfal thiag,:ccttl r offlejptland fought them back with the bayonet -;
Evtsto-i. ."' *.1&.....Y., _>" *- .,_ ..-.: ams fwtth ut ebtoroform or They had' only twelve feet to leap to BEST FOR THEBOWELS To Raise Oranges at a Profit !
I .- : -. ,TOWX DIKKCTUKT. eth.r or annsrptka '! bat: tha" toldfers be task:. oar fartifieatla&i.: but for
.C took fertiluer. To produce
stood It rlk.- months we held them back by sheer ta your
: 1'01fJrOmcD&-Dr.E.E. .aHftII-.r ooblj. Opentioos Upa- j satisfactory results, it mast contain

. iiii.; 's ,V. il'orIq. wuakal eoll.. or rotomy and trephlahix were also performed force of fighting, and they never were I act less than .0 per KtUIPotash

., s': S. E. ,Pylcs,' clerk u4 .'"-mJ.u on' conselooa a men, bat of able to make that twelve foot leap." jAnd j K roe Urtaf s notef.. h8iy BMTOSI**!e,tte

i.Q 2L tfanrr -.. JBO. K. Walker IX a course the pennUge of. deaths 'wa what of General Stoessel, about ..MieepM...18'"'7,iu..*4 t3.rwtil. sues,U be.Ike tka .ot ::

Pdkbsrd. I. lI<*lowrA.Uerga8. W. .tatoat.arstt.c JIll ,tI w.n..
F- low.
terriflc for with jot andscptica swwqpnda whom his subordinate express such
s t r r: ft. irwuiag Qsucilnea. The eoudl .aeotk &,.. us nest ,.mea.., el L.yug
_ ,. ;;-. + mitt Allt fMgday IBOQCVTY lark DOD"- are bard to heal What t varied opinions i tte W.*U user*a4 f lees U te sake
Yii'' often wonder at Is that to many brave ".1 grand man, a noble man" cried CANDY -
!i OWXCTOKT.tOrSTY The value of Potuh for Uaa
", "' felkjw recorered ;and went back: to Captain Sara his eyes glowing with CATHARTICEAT orafige
established act( Our pampWtt
t'f '; O"ICEB8.-.LD.PnaH1. Titu.tiU. the trendies b fight the enemy. enthusiasm "lie shared all the hardships !!I oa oraBce-growiBg cootaias aothuriUtive '

{ ._ ....., Jtldgefta OaaUea. TltasvliU. "When we exhausted our supply of of hi* men: b* asked no one to information
;J: .-. Massflitiacatconey A.L Stewart.
; into where he would
washed outgo
bandages we took old ones and go any peril -ills fret upon
r.r TitwtUle, dark drrvit etwrt; P. A. Me I I
'I;:J.' Itmaa EM UsUtk tai tmrmtr. E.W. &U.I them for use again. This was not cUt himself; be inspired us all with his request. ,

Titatnlle.taxcelkcturJobaliearyTiwu. cult 10 long as we bad soap We heroism. General Kondratchenko was tQELitA.K

:': Tills tnatorar; J. J:.' Wsiker. Titotvllte, made .our own soap out of tat and aa brave and as loyal but no more ao. e lit

:' apleiateadent.fpttblie' instrurtion; J.a potash but the time came when there lie was StoeaseFs right arm throughout -
aTttaaviUe. coo&ty surveyor. J. P.
t;-t;, 111'0....TiC>>rille..herl W s. herwoal. was &3 more potash M we could make the siege. They worked and EM LIKE CANDY

.Titosville, registration _fticer.jt : no more soap. Ail we could da to renew fought together, sad Viben Kondratchenko rt uat. pu.t.hi.. rt' .at. Tut. Good, nGoad. .

k-: the bandages then was to steam fell a hero ierishnL""Is Ji..f ftte*.*.Wtakca or Gripe: U.H t4M VII : -
; COUNTY oOM1u ioxEB.9.-B A. C3 k.liag.TUlmaa MiU .r\.&. Writ.tar tree MS ie,$ad ke.fc ; irt'ons
etkairauut; W. K. Walktc T.- theia.. This only partially cleaned there any man who can be singled totes fcMitt. address UJ i ,, ,

&. tasrille; John E. K ivC. I lid iIuKJI.a; J DO. a them and tie absence of any antiseptics out as the hero of Port ArthurT :teary .....| ....*. Ckfcsts w ...''''. rysw Y.rk- : T. -

Jews, Qusr. J- Frank Bell White City.euAT rendered their are perilous.But "Every man who wu through the KEEP YOUR HOOD GLEAM 1i Basso St., t IY
aeadouate held first ) : yAhats.
they were all we bad and we siege proved himself a hero; none morel
Men month. ._ .Cauti -
made the best use we could of them. I than another. Such hardships, such - So ltrwd St, s

COUNTY SCHOOL 110ABD.-B. F. H rdtsty. "Many a man was wounded three or I wounds, such scenes of ghastly horror, ROOSEVELT AND 1908.

chairman, Sebut-ao; A.J.(tarter forn- four times and each time was cured' In such fighting endured so long with such I
bull; J. H. om-I. Whik City. ErnUrssions .. flls Vaelt Tells Haw" Ik. Pr.stdeatMay .
are held first Monday ia htb mouth. the hospital and n>t1lrnf'to the treacbe splendid fortitude, entitle every man -
n.. Far A..ther Ternu
--- .. ---- -- I know one officer who wan In the of the thousands who defended Port ---.---.'

hospital eight time, badly wounded on Arthur to the laurels of a hero. Stoeael *- Robert B. U'jofevelt. a prominent rI "

: PORTIRTHURHORRORS each occasion but aa soon as be could surrendered because tht're"u New York Democrat and uncle to President .
walk about be was back at the front nothing rise to do. To hare resisted Roosevelt suggested when he

with his men. The spirit and the further would have meant a wanton was reveutly Interviewed at Washington I Coldsl

What a Russian Naval Officer heroic self sacrifice of some of these sacrifice of life, for the soldiers were by a representative: of theew

men were simply superb. dying by thousand of starvation, disease York Press that hU nephew might W

Saw of the Siege. The paucity and poor quality of the and wounds. We had no ammunI- the nomineefor both the Democratic It should be borne in mind that

food started an epidemic of I'U"'. tion (kft to fight with 80.1110 food left and Republican parties four yean every cold weakens the lungs lowers _

The proper treatment for this disease to sustain us. The Japanese had beatenus hen't' the vitality and prepares the

PLAIDJQ PDJQPOHQ FOB BLOOD. la fresh fruit. lemon or lime juice. You back Inch by inch, and no huma.npo..t'r "We have taken In eten Bryan this I system for the more serious diseases I r#

may Imagine; how much fresh fruit we could prevent them from capturing tlwt'laid Mr. Roosevelt, with a among which of are human the life twogreatest

had. Therefore the death rate grew the city. Therefore capitulation destroyer ,
Oa'Ulsi II. A. lase Mrs OB* Elsv* laugh "for we intend to have all element pneumonia and consumption.
higher as the days passed. Even after I was! all that wan let fur us. We had
leek ....11 Thai n.f...d t. BcrstKlrrU made of the party represented. I I II
the surrender and with the treatment I as good a fight as men couldhave you know like many other Chamberlain'sCough

W. Each sad Forth Ke.r the Japanese doctors gave to the men made and there would have been "
be added with twin
> ItenioeTats. a
pn '1'1-1'.._... .r 1..lCal W.," there were thirty odd deaths a day lathe I no sense in fighting against the tine ita-
"has become admirer
kling ee. a warm
i. wlst.... Ba....... AaILeptle..e i hospital at Rainy to which the ble. We who were with the general, of I'resldent Uooaevelt" I Remedyhas I

I ..t A_........_ I prisoners were taken." working under his orders and seeing This Jed to conversation especially
'!fr. its ill' +
won great popularity by
I "How did protect yourselves his conduct know be U a hero"At
it you Interesting, considering Mr Hvwevelt'jiclose
of this most
; cures
I Imagine playing pmgpong with au tbi prompt common
of .
: from the rain of shellsT"We i out a party ladle, arrlv-
I eleven Inch shell for a ball, huge cannon had tiombproofs made of steel tug to take Captain Saxe to an entertainment relationship with the Republican ailment. It aids expectoration, relieves
and his Ih eniorratlc the lungs and
own procliV'Itles.
8-- party opens
, : for bats mountains for a net! The brought the Interview to a
rails and these
were some protection secretions
The president's uncle wu asked effecting a speedy
i >j i tory of thU. unquestionably the big udden clone. I 'I
, against the six inch shells, but when If the president would consider another permanent cure. It &

:,: gent game *f puig iong ever played. the eleven Inch sheila began to pour nomination should the Republican any tendency toward poCUWOl a. ,
:/.. : wad recently told to the New York down A IXorll. ItrmrOj for Hablr
upon us our bombproofs might
demand hU In 11)08. Price Size
acceptance ) 2sc Large 50c.
': ,
U. Base of the
World by Captain A.
Just as well have U' 'n made of card- Its pit-Mint taste ,11.1 I prompt cures ":\ll. I do not believe he would" was \ J

r:'. Russian' navy Just before he sailed tor board for all the good they did. Underground have tna.te ChamberUiu' Couch llrinedy the re;>Iy. "He la strong minded and .

: Franc oa Its way home on parole.! burrows might have been a protection a favorite- will the mothers (.f kinall clulren. -
when he a thing be it I
', Captain Saie was one of the Kusslan It qnU-k'y lures their coughs and nay means
+ but there ; lIF
was no opportunity do not believe he could be induced _
i : colds and toal'11t ....
naval olflms who were In Port Arthur to them for available presents any danger ".f pneulouia
. use every man n.
nomination .
a mere
: or other n-rious" ntn Itnot partisan .
throughout the siege and who fell tiemys
crew fumefl
needed el man
was to ri> the attacks of the
You know! Richard Crvker
' ;' Into the hands of the Japanese when the only! cures croup, but when mien ill again. suggested 11 .
i The
'..' the fortress surrendered. lie was la enemy. Japanese soon got eutm as the croupy! tough appears will we might make the nominationfor pUce eoaAdence In Ferry'sBel

I range and sent their shells with deadly prevent tile attack. For sale by Ued'ruoa president unanimous next time" &.klndUut nsvei CalL
command of the naval Ger
pl'1Clslouberner they would reach Pharmacy. t
1> believe there Is
I I.,: mak which was sunk just before the the had '--.. --- o you a possibilityof j
' moat men., They long before that happening FERRY)
, capitulation. The game of artillery long o( the Automobile.Lord .
. :. the town with their bombardment "It does seem impossible, doesn't It? f
ptngpong be deserllfd as follows: of all movlcg thing '
and In the latter months
they But I have been amazed to hear
! "We had used up all the ammunition aimed Bpe 4tn( on brain wing many SEEDS
at the
men. We grew callous. Oaylf I dh throu h the hlghway'sbright Democrats subscribe to the suggestion. .'
; : : for our bl.I11Da. We sal Ion were onshore The Incessant shrieking of shell over gleam; If such a movement should develop 1 YA lean been the standard tf I**** ,
f 'ii. fighting side by side with thelandsmen Tb.y are not soI eslwrimsatti.rld
and about one has its terror at first Sharply! the Iron rings
am the would
sure president IUt110..4
accept another I ball dales
( the fortifications Vital Its quivering.
on our
but one soon grows used to even this nomination. We Democrats ..._1 pre
As I go fl.iahtaf past meadow and stream' seem
ship having beau sunk or destroyedone
< and we ceased to pay attention to to have been bereft of both principlesand D.II.
after another The Japanese kept them. Loudly my heart doth lng. Detrs*\b.L1DC11
candidate for after all President .
As to wheel I
up a bombardment that was InreasautMfht rUng
"Port Arthur 1s the
first city In the _>Hll_."_on.fntf .In.. tine t._i the TnftnpMulft?. K. ..._nt_ ISoosevelt represents the best
and their shells rained down
I history of the world that was ever Joyous, all care I principle of the l>uucratlc party. I
-- upon us. But not all of them bunt bombarded eleven llnc the rushing ntnd
by Inch guns. When
cannot see why he should not U ac
'. and this fact gave us ammunition the first of these shells fell It away to some distant retreat 7I
among eeptable to u* as a candidate four
when we had none of our own. The us we thought It bad been thrown froma Madly the horn I sound. years bence. TH E I

eleven Inch ahells burst less frequently warship but when they followed one Dartnc. I dash around
"He has had a remarkable career GREATThedford's
than the smaller ones, the reason for after Curves that may end In the ditch and the
another with perfect precision The popular! support given to him at
this that loaded with give
being they are auextremely and aim we knew that no ship had fired Coursing like fl.*tc t hourut the polls last November showed that
and the 1.I'
powerful exploaive them, for such accuracy of aim 1* Impossible Hot on times flying trill.Oh. lLuixrau a* well as Kepubllcaua voted
men who fit the fulminating caps to coull I catch him the life stealing
from a flouting battery. These knave! for him and many would vote for I'I
them are afraid to haadl them except
shells wrought carnage in our ranks. him again If the election were torpor

very delicately The cousetjui-uoe U The number of them the Japanese Wildly UM people stare row. .:U'U the Southern sentiment U
that to many of them the caps are not As I dash here and there .
threw was .tul -ndoUI. I know that
changing remarkably In tire
properly adjusted, and the explosion of Shooting like comet with long tall of Just: president'sfiner lia! .lnoFht comes
on one day fit)) fell, which b an average Scarcely my joy they .har.. at the southern xple come to
the fulminate falls to explode the shell. nearer regulating the entire system j
of more than one every two min Judging from shouted ra'tr- understand him better The
and kwping ttelody in health than
Th smaller shells loaded with black "Hop your Aimed auto will dry up *ndbuitl" s.t\lldeu.1
lea utes. 1> trying to be the president ( any other medicine mad it is
handle with delicacy
powder, are
'The noise of such constant cannonading Cdmood d* Luce In Outing eople and It le live 1b..1"I" no tellIng always ready in aty emergency to; ,
because they are not so dangerous, andtheir i
day and night and the of wLat treat ailments that are frequent ia
necessity -- -- mar h.a.>;-en to EMM to add to

caps rarely fall to explode them. being ever on the alert and of taking If you faniiot t"al. Wp or work\ feemean hU uuu..u41 i Loui>r*." any family! loch U inJi *tion.bifioufneu .

"Many shells were tossed back and your turn on the tiring line or the advanml crow and uy! take' colds, di&rrLofa; and

forth nor than once. 1 know of one : Rocky M.untnin Te. this month. .14n. Cartel Contain pltan.Mr stomach *tb**.

used least for time posts had a fearful effect upon ic flu tie ick. There remedy! < Thtiford's r.Urk-Draagbt is the
that was Jo at no eq ialo !*. II W. Kvan, (Varwater, ban ,
our nenes, and it 1s a wonder we were
The Japanese fired It at us. We fired j it ;;'ocvnt*, tea or tahl..I.Ii your write: My hn l ln.1 l isvcuk (>rthrrv standard, tr-fiilng rf'Wt"1.fof''
not all maniacs before the ('ap tulatl n.We stomach lovf-l" livi-r and
\ It bavk at tbeiu. They returned It, and .trl1Ui!1. moths. the d." rsMi became so accustomed however, trouble It it a cure fed the dom..-
--- -- -- ,
we tossed It back, nut! so on. The last mi;''um|>ti ns-ure.1 l a 1.ltir ,r
to Lain the din of battle in our .earn Ilordtuan.I tic ills which so 'r'" jM-i.ty! summon
1 latll'lI!
and l il ,
time I saw it I wrote this raemugv on The London Kxpn-s* sound tie Synip. urea .
the iLAtor. It in.. ..rchiMirau
that on one day .1 think It was Jan. 2 hint. hat vas' I'ix i 6.> and, ) gaud
a place of taper, 'If this does not ex- alarm over the tart that England can tIIlC"j it It for n A duw of
when the Japanese fired no shells at U.rlt \lit' 1.6\t' .t.! .). "kr- |>* a Ml *li prow persons
plod this time shah![! put It in a this ,.il!
you no longer rely upua the t'nited Statt- nx\ iciM every day soon
u* we were daieii by the sileure. Wekept 1.'tL't! I aunt directed the in cure the toost obstinate cf dye
museum. man the of her wheal .nibs ainl ii.ldn i il hag i'nami aM
hands to as principal soun'e ( ri" '1"'"
charg of the battery to place it lii-il.l putting our our ears u J1't'1& or C conciliation, ad ,.tcT
fl l III at 1-.1 (Croo 1'I..trll'Jo't
The of American a"
If we were deaf. You know bow aftera supply exportation \.t.kcD.. direUed Irmjijauk rthtfn"nu.u.ILL.rIIlu
where the Japanese would u.1lt. He bm ,.chic! I'barmaev.Ntrel.s. .
long journey by rail with the rattle wheat to the I'nitrd! Klnnlom. which I
did so and nrvd It at the enemy Idon't
of the wheel constantly in jour ear, amounted tO itsslres" bu heU In I'.swas '':,, .. T1.4rrn t'. '..n.I". .1I1 ass k40Mr ,
knowhttb'r It UII.ltod or not Trlftirmfttt am but we never saw it again when )ou reach your destination you only a IIttSo.t'r 'MMI.M Guehelrl 11.@' UriC'--t& station fur rrce tile a 40... 4 .:. is ,.....
continue to bear the rattle of the & are naoe
"We coulvl tell the cumber of times a In 1-U, and tie wheat U->ur exports tnu,rultni alrvlHK tLt'ql.e. is be- amen we pare stssi .....i 4 _, ,..f

hell was tired through the thread of uheel-i. You know how you feel the fell off one-half: ta 1:1111. Tte chief ot' tug erected near Pis. Ital) says th* .ells-.. t, .e, 'U Lt a G1 pert a. .a:.

the screw In Ito cap hole. The JspaneM motion of a ship after you step ashore bureau of siatNtlo at 11 ?hingtun:! 0 I j jP N>\\ York World On its completion alaa&-lea.ioe (11.4 U 1'1I11l
I I Ask you dealer Jf a pecked. ofrI.4rord.
sensation unlike
Well it
was a *
crews turn from right to left, the HusaUn Austin rays that tie redaction of ty the end of the year It U eII..etkt to I Ba..a Gr.,1pi aid it bed
And timeA that Th roar wa in our ears, though Sort direct! communication with all! .. '
from left to right., every U due chiefly to Increased s. cut I.rpt MIW. 'O.e (1..11.C.

Bw fuse was crvwtl in It left Its muffled even after the bombardment expurtatton " of Kurcj. a. well a, the -C. We4i1Jl .C....ttsu.ywgs T..a. -
had ceased." home cots*umr lion &t+.t pacaage .W le m.liat to yea.t .
mark In the brass l1n1ng- urs from I i United State and 4',na.a. sod with si

left to riht, thew of the Japan** I ".\nJ then there was the noise of vessels on the Medterrareauu! 1..1:10:

dif your own guns" rt'mul."t the reporter Race the ?sy youth of Part t.Uf'
from rlght.ta left JNJ there wan no anJUlnUc uceane1J1.

1I"Ultfln knowing the number t>f time* : taken to auto[ t1bIEn! ; and other outdoor I

It had been fired t-y each side." our own runs?" replied! Captain actlTitles! maikeri Galls have jot trwrtsg H__,. II

Were there many women in ttw"More bate. "11> 1 did not count for whad out of faction. Late hours interfer tin4n; ? health n like fttiilin mot.o .*--.

'rltsr no ammunition to are except t I with the morale spin, sod be kf* tteetiergrilc think {hiesw h-. alt' sick tl't.en : '"
what the sent us and did
than a hunilnnl We kepi Jpne I sportsman mutt sleep: ttt have! a nJl1lh, oi.i.t sic tl"Jal I' < .-., ,

) and the.., nt explode. Th figaUnj was Gene ,irrat: >!). b-tlrr a them busy in the hospital order
sleep: of the Just in ta f*l ia it>aditk -
d but: on our ski! !' it was all at co> I i.f >.1I\h] I .-iei, V* iff .
them to
of work for a
was plristy >n. sod sleep must cot lat: cut short sit.
ran.n.* decay were w cljiw to "I had a irtrihlr Ctteet tr.'td. +*%
Most of them were the wives and tam
us that w* could tear tht'moub I either. I It rrrrokr anol enai .l'r, of: 11\ ".",i. /. ,i
Ule of oflJcers of the garriwa or re a i .. '...
ant aet'tt' It was no u,* U Cre niter relief in &1.f"1 r -u. NEW YORKCLIPPER

dents of the town ant few were proteulxial rtes at them, Uy were too near IWtr.rti>. rif*. I aii cured by I". King :\t'1L (Ill.o,.rrtJ

Burst' But they tr-har !I +.r Foltenmi.tion. out at" 1 c.., ',

nobly and ministered to the sick an d!I Our.. men. threw .band grvosdes. _and! T> sine, t>"" 8*, -it f a rinrrt. or 1>..1 (im\nl ",, 'r..1 any con/h -,r i'in: ti t-li

baJ I a cut lltu>!t lea vine a Cr. trw 1ktCa1't: Itrd ('n. I' .., I
orUl "
wounded day aid nijfiit! as tf theyb.en Go ref l._.. nix ID the Al +t -
tit itrh hazel S A tit I-,.. i
are. "{"" -inc p III t Triibu
IPN'Ind' nsrmDiev>
trains! for &ur i&ia off "
prllly > He tsar "eli think he bas f* d..p
pit the gtrr.aine. J 1. Turkt-r. ", itt<>r of : free i IB THCtREATEBTTHEATRICAL
"But the work; in the t \ pitab wmi I .ho. after daring e *tr ctrd Ctn\ Uuwa the llsm r" zrr, Vntr.U '" r'l"I te I

a ghastly affair la the lint few month .>r in.ije! >tu>u, re sail Me ta rrrtt\.1lY> hare o**.i iirVVm' \\ iv '. hair; v* tn I HOtUSTtR S i i SHOW PAPER

If you can imagine performing *rtoui I rrU>rv hi* hHlth.! Soltin sill du this my fsroiiy for pi'es (""It. and teens Itnucy

surgical operations without anf4M'VUn. : tot I>r KirVs Sf" Life hik. .\ quick, re I'.e br-It ea.r ,,', t' .. .art .. '" I Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets IN THE WORLD.
: 'h..t..t-of>. I
without aaa*,thetl N and w ItJwu't ptrasnt _nT ceruin cure b> R'tt Cres l'tsni.acg i..i tea ,ae !I'i tJ.f i Buy X iii U Buy P.ejU hr Y $
2Sc. at Ked l"rofolI I ".00 nr. SlilUCcjiJOCti.,
a"atl&llt>r., H( sad Char L..i ea kntJ fl7.f..
wen c Coils
bandages, you can form ua<" l\harw6t!. iuanntreti088TORIA. I ptrip "., l.toc.! Lt', -. r.SAMPLE : .. .. .
dif :: :: a :" tic t. ( atrt.t
tad to ywreAtUig .t- .
what oar sarfwbs A. act 9, u.-J T.ot.b.1"IRpW4 [.r.ef\U., Ia.eb ...,.
In Imagine bus.!rvds aye O. _* IJ.1 in&1I. elgat 6ct:;.*u, H-i* t* ; COPY FREE.

lId \!11thUrfJ;J iii flat Tit m ran kI. forth. ,G ltdriIttekrR b"tL" uJ ts..c itacta In axijr H r...l4IlO T_ La ai'
ttM&IIIw-of tora ....... / d t""t f.erw B 0i'C0U a baa oaten. brat. by i fUIiII OUtpu.. co. ,tu.

and Lavtag &o nmUcto far them, yoi /7 $ I HJUATufJa, s r.iI".1 K stsa wa.WLDEA aUII'l .,aiL r. ."t.luH isgs..L .
eta torn aa MM of wtut oar phy,i J&fffi4Z3&C I a'.'CUS FOa UUO PEOPIE I ..1J. .. !!!t k,. Trio..

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THE' 'FLORIDA1ST R nIDAY. 1:. lit>>

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8i -:-"..": "":-:,: .,j', >r.;,,,,:_;',j;-. .,,,,,' -.. .. ,,
-7,,'.r".-'";":""'.,.", i.?$ '- ,;; "' Saturday lad ia honor of Mr. sad Mrt.Ajpi.wall -JkIWa wp ttt. hsteak tEon.

''':':''''::x"'i<<"'R, :;"':;r _- ,,, ,- .: nii. .a ,)' ., of Sewborjh K. Y. CHEMICALANALYSIS .Joseph H. Riditway JLnti-Treai, 801417 -
Aawteaa Sartrtr,
-i Lo '.7 "- .. ",-.- .. J. Kiogaa Hodaoo will have charge ofOr. of tin
.Z 4 wits letter lea \W
E write tat fcllowlag
? : to, Itertr T
a:: }' ,"' ., Hodgson's dreg More. }Er. Hodgson _
i .
: .'" ...---. Grand Central Hotel, St. hal Mlaa"ItU :
.,' _
-. > if -
: -"," .'<- ji 1?' .", arrived from New York this week. Ueveals That "Pe-ru-na is Calculated to with great pl* ar that I tau 0.

) ,, :. t-fl' :1< CWt MILLS Mr.T. S. Kiel's launch Helen will dun Peraaa asaa
Tpne U ) the System Restore the Functions -
:.: i: i. ., said Mi*.., E. S.; Coolant... ana be bunted op for the summer. Mr. Randall : honest &wdicine -

*,-i" .,' ., ",c tr'b."U'W 4' : PAlUN, vtre 01'fl'1 their sew UoocbIM : will act come sooth till next fill and Procure Health. to do, competent all It

'tJt., -" week for the trial trip. Dr. and Mrs Carpenter are now, visitIng claim. I hue .;.
$ ,
;g tft:4N- : : 'Mr. and MIL Wm. Goiter left last in Eau Gallie. The doctor always SO SAYS PROF. L. J. MILLER, CHEMIST. used It scTeral ...

-. "f' : ireekforSt.LooIs, Mo., They expect toretnre liftS Eaa Gallie a call daring his annual times and knowof
; .., ,, .. -,
:t > .1..1. --I. winter. trip through Florida. nothing that '
"ir .- r:( _,5". to .l'1VI'1UiaDn'

;t ".4 '7 fi 4>' 1''L.. Moe, who has been with Capt. Symmonds returned from his kLLa carts pletely M and ewn-at !

-: )fra.. DeGmow, Bdara, thw winter, cruise this week. Mr. McConnell and UaOI&Dle Urn
; Ii'4 .5
; : .f :, left on Monday of last week for Tallahas-> family, who composed the party have +:.. J build up tLe :.
,,.. ur '
t1i ;!h returned to Philadelphia.The .
'" x .4'.f"u;'--_ system. ,
aee.Mis .
r:; :, Leonora Waroock and Min Eliza yawl Princea, Capt. Cleuxm, left "! haTe
<. : : '. .
;; fi\JitJIC ree-t .Jowt'
: t'1
; s .... of the Y.,1'1- Tuesday for a prolonged cruise down the ommcadfd
: $:.',' WUtett were the goestt . .
''i'-.,.-' tie and May Howe for a few day week: coast. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Dean of New a friend number ADd of always mj feel that I do thm s _'

}i' ?; >before hut. York, are oo board. John Nicholson is
;:s; f..rr-i,' .', '. service for know how MUrfaitorjr this ''t:
....,.{.. Mr, and Mn. T. R Allen and Mr. liarrj sailing muter. realty Invariably are. I only wia
: *'i; i ::. Alka t left Mcb. 4th, with both the Two launches visited Melbourne Beach every family ha.1a bottle-it ..aU ..**. .*

:, % > :" launch and the Mallard for their annual from this point Sunday urn A. ILHodgson 1 much tkkaeM sad doctor W&.'*- *. |4i

&i l cruise down Indian river. Mrs. AspinwaU and Dr. Sarah U. Kidgeway Irl't
R, :-. ':' :.' Mrtsrs.Lawrence and Robert Crawford, (X Hodgson were among the ladies who !' D..11oa. for n.. T....... j

; :J----, ; with Mr. Trowbridge and another friend composed the party. Jfk'S Mr, James B. Tayter, lUt" rt., '.i,

'<' : from New York, arrived at Mr H. 8. Kao Gallie's orchestra in improving and S\ writes'

fi;': Barker's March 6th, having bad a will give an entertainment in the near "I am at the pn..ent trsse eat' "1 ,i

-_ tc f pleasant launch ride from New Smyrna. future if properly approached by the right welL I can vat anjlbrng I .red.e IIIII. ,
"., I took five buttle of Prw.*, t.. feel
' : )lr. and Mrs. Richard Moran and their parties. This amateur organization is ...
better BOW than I b. ,. fur Itrs J. 1
..'' :: brother, ,Mr. M. Moran, stopped also under the charge of Prof. Schuyler of I base doctoml with other J.e4ors .lf .

454 ,' a d'lu Mr. II. S. Barker's on their way Indianola. and oo for ftfteen year, M I can ,..... i
from Miami to their home In Waokeegan, 'r---- mend your medicine very klffcily *>r "

: III. )Ir. and Mrs Moran have spent rarctltt'tt.e.Mayor 'f ji=b' ,E: a stomach troubl*. I take .r.*t pt>*..r. .Ito
i1t' Chas. H. Stewart spent a few thanking you ft* ytwr tree a>itw. J
? several) winters in Oak Hill and may be \
'. A days of IM week in Jacksonville.Mrs. \ and I'fruna.-Jamt it. Taj" .
: ':;, with as nest winter. f< -'"
. !# :' ,." L. C. Moore, oll'St'land.: was the ; k -I DJeJ 18' .fat.. .. t t'td t... 11 i
. 1 i\
) i:: Tfc B*.t Cough Syrup. guest of tier mother Mrs. John Goode. Mr. J. W PrIk'hiiN. WuM U4. tai, }

i ;: 8. L. Apple ex-probate judge, Ottawa Com. F. C. Hewitt has left for his New wrttes:

=,rt.i. ,- -i Co., Kansas writes: "This i> to say that York home, stopping at joints of interest 441 am ple .\l t<> vay that 11irwt&f "... beet "
1 have used Ballard's Horehound Syrup
catarrh of th .. .. | ...
along the MM> I by -
.. for years and that I do not hesitate to way.Mrs.
,' a ',' runa. I cvuld hardly eat sarong Uk.4
\ recommend it as the best rough I f.
: syrup Win. Irwin, Mrs. Xazle! !and little
;,,,) have ever used. 25c., 60c. 'and $1.00 at agreed with UK?. Ik-fore I w-uUl gist ,
daughter Jt.ton Wednesday for their half lily rural ....... :
through .b
:;. :: Red Gross! Pharmacy and) Eau Gall o my
,'t; Pharmacy. home in Chicago.' tIt would flll w ith gu cMMiag me mot h
c i r J ,, ...-.. ._...,_..._... Judge Henry Stittou baa left for his distress and uuplca+rant ......... tor Mt

'lJ. CITY rOINT-8UAKFK8. home in St. luui!!. Mrs. Button intends A our or two after .*rb ..... flea, itba&.t.

ft Elias Sirtrunk U now driving the schoolWagon. I to remain until warmer wither. .. tu your 1'rruBa. I am our ..... JfltoltIy

1 ; cum), and ca e at ...tlkia( t .
a. r < y' Mr. and Mrs. Win. Wilson\ )Ir, ( .H>. 7i want to wttliuut aayuf the d..tnts.sag {

c 1 I ,,: :: Mr. Howard I.. Holmes left for Canaveral McLean and Bishop FJliton Cai-ers have s> mi't>.im I can BOn t.e mvM moats f

"", ,,. ;." Sunday returned from their visit i to Pttim Beach: t wed to des and n.. ala due t>. Uf.liartman '
"".' '
t. 4 )fro and Mrs. A. Brady called cponf and are again at the Ik-ISevtie. i y ,rtu r and hu -WldHhal
:c' r I Per ana..
friends here Saturday and Sunday.Mr. Mr. It. A. Conklinij kwj our market siJ

'it : Homer Swinson has returned toGeorgia. always well supplied! with fl't'I'h"t'gt'u.- I "It ha ' .. *), and I an all U. 1J.... *u I kaow :;
i His mother U quite ill. bles and fruits. Iliulr.",'lorries are nuw '
E:<;' i .IIID Nrtkbas+1.tyslalwta {
)lr. Henry Batiks and family have goneto fine and our visitors are enjoying them.Messrs. M is ;
-. h a very.amtwe ph. oftummtr
..: their Georgia home for the summer y. Wadsworth, W. P. Jtil-! / rdPROR MILL R. catarrh. .\ rvmvdy that wilt s

-I Mr. A. Faber'i family have all been !Ion and W. 1.. Piumer, of Fennvtlle, ; I cute catarih of nut lurtlua mil Purr it

, '- .t' having a torn olla grippe except Mr. lOur '. Mich., .piths the winter in the Prang an\where. "", runa -'.,** (..tarrh _hr

'. \ cottage, left Wednesday. Mr. Wadsworthpurchanl t'\l'r hk,-\t...l. TI.*, tt U a prompt aadrnnuamut
'. efficient ticket and express agent a lot in Melbourne and intends Prof. U J. Miler\ late Professor of Chembtry and Ito'any of the Hlah Schoolof cure tat catarrh ..f tfe.

; } kiss Grace Nichols has been laid up ..ithJ' to have hou.built YiTilanti, Mich., write* from :S S N" Clark Street Chi -agu. 111., a* follows : .tu 'a4'h the state let..t. ......,
: 1 la grippe for nearly a "ttk. a this: euuimer ready ".\* everal uf my friends have 1i1J.t to me of the favorable rt-sulu obtained
for his return next foil. :: you jki rv>t derive ir''''' 54i1 ..(..-
through; the use of Peruna, especially in ewers of ,-atarrh I -tamiUMl 1 It awtthoruuchly
't A number of people from RockWgecame factory t&wult from the UM n| Perms

, :. ', ; up to Capt Sharped and had a picme The Chautanqua ladiea' aid society has to learn Its contents. write M tilts tar IH. HrtSM. KI. I.. a
: accomplished a deal the "I'l it ("\>mi "" 'tlof ettracUof li rha anti lurks i.f rnot.i valuable niedirinalfjualitte
during full
great .
f ;' on their In'o. meeting others of thisvicinity. pattwo KtsK'iiu-wt uf y( ir cure ud b. .t1.
1 ': yeara under the able direction of : wmbinel with other ijgr ltnu! tlelieately halanre.l! ealeuUt l to tone KileOMid to give yon HUV rstwMe d

&.f, .: Mrs. W. T. Wells, presu.tent. They have cp the py.iteiu, rf'l tort the and procure health. i ie grat *.
,ii The eock social Thursday "/ consider Peruim on. of the most kllifullr anJ
evening Mas tflstnHkally prtptrcJaifJlclnss .
i2 ; ..
.r paid the interest on the CtI : ,J.;. a great Nl'The church improvement debt H hkh the public v.,) use H itb aftty anj aatcc,u. "-./WO/- /.. J.MILLERS h.! ,.. .. ,
' to let .
*"" f April HH"; *. have reduced mj eo I twaadt. ,
r; t .. < fund, after all contingent npeDtlt1lf the debt on the iiiin.r! ,.... hv th.. .. I Vhl'DYSPEPSIA.
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: :x a' are met, amounting to (60 or more.Mr. J -,
payment clover IKK" At a meeting on

11 ; Chan Sharjo and family start for 1'.h.2sth: Mrs. Jii. !1. (,alii!", of Mel-!

.U1t t ; their Ten ru&* home Wednesday. They bourne lU-ach was eU-cttt pits-ideiit, CUREDIGESTS

yx j .I have greatly end &lW themael\ea to all Mre. W. T. stills, Mr* Ju'ige Trim key, Kod

_ I i who have had 1 the pleasure of metal,\gT Mrs. N. S. Tarter and Mrs. John 1\Jlm!.'. I WHAT
It..,. i iI them. ,presidents; Mrs.I I.. A. Peek tocrl'i4 0 n. to c9bu.4 al.2KnrGatr..n.a.r .Ect .

.'i ;, Mr. Isaac Scull Las left fur his northern ; ry and trea iuer. At a meeting of the "., 01.1 A1 THi J.pa4n..r. tt I'4vexIOraata

'J '> borne in Newark, X. J., much improml i jiH-iety March 4th, plans were made for E. C. Ih WITT &:: COMPANY CHICAGO. ILL

it; I'; in! health. We hope to greet hiuist-l"atkl raisin money during the coming tearThe For sale by the Red Crows Pharmacy. Titaesmlle: ) Fan: ..note Pliartua.t. tau teal! rtar ( antu-I : \1.Lo! un.. ,

J;;J'! wife next November fUr an entire win .: first entertainment in U be a euchre ASS: FOR THE 1905 KODOL UlNAe AND 200 YEAR Cillln!!.

ter'* sojourn in his southern home. party March 17lh at Hotel Carieton, ad-

,t ;, |The fish fry at City Point Saturday wulargely minion :i i-ents. In appreciation of the TAX STATEMENT.

<:, attended., Mr. J. I). Hatter anal splendid work I done by Mrs.I Wella, she Tax:; Ultunnt for the mouth uf Ftb ...._ JAS. PR1TCHARD & SON EAST COAST MEAT MARKET
WM eiven the' Chanuuqna salute fur calm a-w-',l and ictitxi for the year ,
11 hU able assistants had loot of their motion .
r !'..I&. *a tier .?< lion 33 cLapUr 411-V IA., G, F DUBEJ, A|.at,
old time skill. Fish never tasted better unanin ou,ly carried. In retx nition. of i TITUSVILLE, FLA .

tt.i I ; The social ftatute .ere '' of the most Mis. K R naimAn's elficlt'", and UOl'he <' Frb lii. b.. coll'ct .lt
. ", agreeable and an early return of a similar work for the Mn-iety she was! given the '*>. noI'PD.. fund .. fhUI..3tJ fll"&l5:

occasion will b:., elouited by aL! ChauUnq-ia MUUThe! president apt I"""huu f..D.I... ,-. .-. 1'-ori30; 1t.3 tltri4J
ininted on the executive comonltee, Mi>. ;..-! and tri-lge fun Tine and furfritnre fuo4"W'32 I a
i If taken this month you veil all! J. M. I'trvu*rn, Mrs. hens It H
-? summer. It makes the little one Hit, Mrs. C H Stewart, Mre. W W llar.ien ''14ial.. 1 Us.. w:bout diet.. 1. !r.Z5 1m fpo WnktD(
slerp and grow. A sprints\ tonic for ,tat'I. 'Ir I VV. ,. ., .". 2, 2I 2.slat ta,
: io-Kle, Mrs C J F. ('aupIki ,
abode! family. llolhter' Kocky 11 1tt1- i ;, (xi 141774 ))1 nilbr
bun Tl'&. 3.S) cents, tea or tablets. Atk I !), Mr I K: P Branch, Mrs. I;t'O. M. w 4. tt4! 51 I.Sr51

your druggist. Hro ". Mr*. Thai T. Mriiride Ibti.chwl l fabti "7
Tut,1 41.:333 futtt ,s
aAV U.ILLIK. A \. Ml* 'ST. .
f. :; Joe Bryan i is overhauling his I launchtin ;v.l ; ( Ink tTHH3 Ifnlll I .un. I I11e

*I ;; week. .
r" t <)1.
.L' t
"!,..i ., : AWx S '-r'a well drhioiJ..Linti. hauled :
'.. ; cot this week f)r repairs.Mr. r>;

1vt and Mrs. is. Wilmmh, of Nor t ROBBINS
York were in our harbor on Tu$ ;:
finite ) our attention to 1
Mr. and Mrs. Uu* e.U, of Chicago, are GRAHAM

guests of Mn Treutkr of )HyuV Park. !! the following clove prices on our IIII

I' \iDe1.orth! U painting the nn addittou u t ,i popular brandt of cooking ,tot (... ,' r", rat r 1',1'1< 1.-. tab M ep,
to his borne on Houston sired :> .\I:To-: F.A>IF.Il: fcl'Ns:-TKAI 1KP.. i .
known a> the "I'rinre" anil tl-e ft.n ajiuMu) uw0* Latta
el The' Keveenah Capt Gx4y, of Lansing ,IVI> GP.KATEK; : EFFICIENCY | I in "hiatus UITM 0.-

: .... :, Mich., owner, was in our harbor (\\ lY i j "1). K. Oueen. :" 'n, lD situ HI ..... ....

this week and Qat-j LESS GASOLINE per hon j at Sew fta'er. Hd oa Bi*.
I }
The Row Marie, with Mr. C F. Xarthisg TO MAKE AX IMPRESIOXUke 7-15 PrineeMoie'*, : IjtHt i t.YGe bay
8 i aaJ family oo board was ia har (power than any engine ma-Je. j jtVe I'ltlt'ES:
Mr 7t 1 )
little! .i. 11 TUn\
a m/ar, pte it to our head continually demonstrate this.Ummarciat ;> : !MM : .
bur SwtJa1.a oan&i
ry man who will convert it lead ter tared :1faKtrlrN
Nectars Savill:* and Putnam have returned into chmuUte', Urn boiw and a hundred: ( Meta S to 31.) tjIV joaer.ptctal j0.| K. other .!-licioot: < o.oiecthms. After that I.JILt High red tin from N.T
Eaa Gallic alter I cruise .
W a jolly
.. '* .1
"' tAb n Bkly l wrapped op in a pretty bux; > :;J to 5"i tor* I.,-t'f. -t.1 UHt It I
1 down the eM cut. to !
p4 your ,. .. jilt- \ UIL.S j I tt.rds
fro and al>' Greta wiU visit ;L Augt fcWLKTHEAKT I. ...I Ifi.'"'I

: u*tine shortly where they will uy for and it will be the matter of only a minute i /ohn White & Co.
Illustrated circular gitins i full I
'j :, the balance of the SMUOO.Mr. or two before a genuine soul umpiring Benj. W. Jerome i UUUIUI, IT
impes.iva will be nvadc. We bate in- ; .... -
and Mrs. ptnwal! and Mica Are itS4AJ particulars on ippliratiou toJAK.PBITC'lUUbiSON a.- -w .-
oat uackctwrety
Cio UA to ...........
pin wall, of Newborg, left for: their boat thane much, and please! con: again to) STATE 1GEST FURSu4

i3 on the Hodsoa this wto* RED CROSS PHARMACY. : ,
Dr. Sarah (X lI*ilUl etkrUiwd oa TimVIUE. WEST PALM BE.IHI,. fLORID.II .\. TltulIIe, Florid. -.....--.
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bidden la every amiable crack and cranny .
,- Suftr-coated, easy to tile, in the boose; a lively hoot was sooain :- '"

t a ers Pill S: U4 la action* They cure operation aDd whe it was finished itwu

constipation, biliousness, found that Dais &die Cox bad Ie-
<1'- sick-headache. A Matter _
cored: the target nombw First prize

,I :Wllt"IUCIINIIIAII'S DYE war a framed pictnre of a beautiful bead,

u and second, which was woo by Mr. Fin-
..rldaWact? Use
ArerasMassasrsraauwa..tuswaa. ley Hodgee, was a fancy box of peanut
fudge. The booby kll to Mr. Will Jernt- Health '
O..i. fitoata. Sept for K..t7...._ US
111. 8OiOIRD. IlL E.1"\tJ baa1iq fedated.. paDiIA. 30.00 gin and was, gilded peanut elaborately
>H J..L I pn. 0; It.UO dretted in tissue paper and ribbons. An

, z. '. IIM.wa.M wf lr1r tis aad lr.e.dtaga at Itt laic"* Clara, t.Iuce.-Securd.: coanroab_..___.f uuo boor or more.. then spent with musk

..........17 Wsttas. T. J.HWiud.1will1ll belated popili 00.tq on piano, guitar and violin wbkb was There is a quality in Royal I1
Ft Pierce Sewn Pah. MIL aad FLsaacW followed by a number of old fashioned
statemeat _.. .. .._ 1.00
_The board feet Monday afternoon, Mch. [games. Befreehmenta consisted of homemade Powder which makes

-. 6, 1903, preeent, B. F. Hardest;,chair Total..___ US1..5 candies and cakes. At 11 JO the Baking -

:,? 1D&D,1 )I. Oriel, A. J, Carter and J, R. The amoant of $50 is allowed M. E. haggles and horsemen clattered away to

, Fields in foil compensation for transporting : their respective homes in the dimneM of the food more digestible and -

}{,a -, the last meeting were isolated pnpila the starlit night

a read and, approved The amount of |32 is allowed J. A.Rogers Two days later a bee tree cutting and wholesome. This peculiarity V

o "- The trtaaarert report for: Feb. 1905, in full compensation for transporting picnic were jriven in honor of the girls .

wa presented, read and found correct I isolated! po pila. from Kockledge. The party of about
of has been noted a
and the redeemed warrants cancelled.' The claim of J. B Hicks for transporting twenty-three, chaperoned by one of its Royal by _

r' The question of a school house for pupils is rejected, investigation how. members who had spotted the tree several

T' the colored people of CMtoo WM taken ing that he in not entitled to anything under days before, rrat bed its destination at 11 physicians, and they accord-

L up sod discussed. The superintendent the roles. o'clock and the combined muscle of the

' rsr; U I instructed cpona receipt of.a The suit of Clara Sogaard VI board of. crowd was used in bringing to the ground ingly endorse and recommend

warranty deed for the land, to have public injunction is compromised for the the monster pine the bees bad ejected:

' placed on the ground the lumber for ,bea&me. sum of one hundred and fifty-two dollars for their tome. The female! rnembtrs

____., provided the Amount_.__.n.n i> not___ to_. .__. and -uau........y.flV. ""'an..-a "fftV..->-7M../. <-sf. which-....- of the crowd were very proud of the! few it. y

teed f I 00. amount is a *arrant previously issued for chips they cut, but the impression they
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In the matter of a petition from school .tJd-25 by the old board and which u made on the thirty inches of the pine's ROYAL BAKM3 POWOtK CO.. NEW YORK.

=:_ No. 103, the board finds that the present given in part payment. diameter was a small thing. The two -. -

apenriBor, J. 8. tone, has followed the The earn of fOO U allowed T. J. Milliard axes in the hands of the men, however,, The I'hiladelphia J I lVew declare that Mates senate is to If credited with at

laws governing tcdooU and, as no specific in full payment for transporting isolated I aid the victim low after about an hour's the president has ivaW to use the word I ie* lou. rtfyrmCharUvton News and 1
IXwbtlewi the United Courier.
charges hate been made against him, the pupils.In work. It was a breathless moment hen delighted. s

-;. petition U rejected. the matter of publishing the minutes the crash came, the. skyward half of the

-. In the matter of a ruling recently made and financial statement of this board it trunk, which was hollow, with its two DO,, YOU WANT TO KNOW ALL ABOUT THE

by UM faculty of the Jensen Kltout id alt U ordered that the payment of the tame huge outstretching arm, was splintered, ,

lowing minutes for recesa and 20 minute* from this date shall alternate betweenthe laying tare to the marauders its store of!
for noon, the board sustain* the county East. Coast Advocate and the Fort sweetneca. The commotion among the''

uperinttndent in ordering them to go tierce \ew'1. bees was !soon quelled, in a measure, t-y a'

back to the old rule of 13 minutes for re The board adjourned to meet the tint dense smoke, H> that only a down or KepecUIIv regarding Fruit Grwwing, Trucking: and s

i. teas and 45 minutes for noon. Monday in April at 2 o'clock p. in. more tingiwere: carried off as trophies by General Farming'? If nu. cuWnJ- for the,...._... ..

The jtetitioa of patrons Tropic school Attest I). F.1IAana-ry those brave enough: to face the MIUMCof FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER. '

i iq granted and Mr. L. Matl.rTa .appuintej J, U, \VAIKEK, Sev'y.. Chairman.lavalaabl the honey It*. Mot-tof the crowd

; wpervitor. -------- viewed the fray from afar, but none re-
r for KheuniatUm. PIUCK: :::> CENT* PKR: ANNUM.UED .
fused to the honey hithIt fire
financial .t.leeueal. tutuple 'II : I ONCE .\ MONTH. ..UIl'UaH''REE.. ,
To HOB. A. A.Stewart Clerk of Circuit Cum: I have been suffering for the past fe' in taste, though not very abunJant.owui! ); .\IIDla:..........

Sir-Io oolUplWire with section 3, tbapUr yeah with a severe attack of rheumatism: tu the (lower) ltaMni not yet wing' in Cull
and found that I'.alUrd's Snow Liniment E. V. BLACKMAN Editor MIAMI FLORIDA.
4332. lows of Florid, w* hereby file with you the thin that fa,5- !, ing. About abuetleiof empty comb ,
the ({ itemized statement of all woo. was only gave meHUi'
i ie* received, appropriatiou nude and warrant tion and t r..I..J to ileiate! my pain*. was found. Later the picnic dinner was
_;_ tailed fur the iiwoth ending Mch. ttth, Murch 21th, '<>,; John ('. IVKnan, Kinsman spread down in for. ileepcool shades! (
jaos.\ U.ta! liedI'liarinacy the (iotoM creek with an lit"'OIIIII1I1II11"nt;
Warrant ouUtandiog at lut reptutOouBtjwlwolfuml l'rkd and Eau ialhe! I'har- of hot cvuW arid meat browned before

:: _' ._...... 17.Bit 64 111&1:'). the camp fire In the afternoon the Made a
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hpee.tuKhuuldktnctNo.I folks! had a target eliof'l and H'niegames
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8, 10065 MBAtTIA.N.: -
of mumble-peg. The weather conditions Reputationof
u M 3, .00 .
Re, 14 .. t, WWI7ttb .:.3tWarraaU rrhartian is on the verge of a social I of the day 'IIl'h' jH-rfi-it, a haze, Their Own. '
--s. buom. like Indian summer, filling the air, l'aUtillg -
The of the San Mateo Cigaris s''
issued at thU nieetiu the sun to M-inble a tall of Name
('ount'lChool fund.-__-__ Mhl Our school 'u tn a ftourikhing condition I. luring the last hour and a half of it* de one of the greatest triumphs
acbool district No.1. us.lltl under the able wataietnentof two well cline. H. of the East Coast since the freeze.
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3, W 75 equipped teachers What more count Fort Christmas, Fla.. Mch. Oth.Cltr .
u 3, tJ .Otl Male from the < hoi l't't>t growth-.f tobum that the jn-ninMila of Florida and the
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.e u .. .. 4, 3U5.(" ,&"I7.M we =:,k? llr.lli, 1 I,... .ud Tone I-Iand of Cuba can pr'KIIlCalll 't\l'al'llt"'Il| with the ruhilkv leaf grown >.>u K:*>t
Mr. It. F. llardet-ty and 'II ifl8it," (oat plantationthrcigar indui-liv uf the wurM! I,arneterpnslntt| ) "i hat-tt.rartele.
Total __ _.__._. 45707 llerblne tea l"vn for 'i tillerers from all I '
n. fJU For 'ae by the li>ti the county neat tat week, the I former to hloJ I 1
anemia. the
Warrant paid! In KtbVuuty .- By its it II quickivregeiiewte on even tram entering Murida
( Hhwil fuuJ......... a13MiPtec attend to M:hool) duties!! and the latter to .l and the color l l'rt'\IIlIt'H normal .
--' .talllchool.. trutNo I. WW consult: the doctor. The ilr !ping tinn, Ui i'l rcvnevlHi Twenty Sizes, Styles and Grades to select from.
2, U) *" Linear u diu>uti he.i, l-at1I! vte-..rand Manufactured by
1 ... .. .. .. .. 3' till Mr.11'iIl MclSride, with a huu.ber of tone pretlominiite I hew life and hajriwaitivit S. W. ROWLEY San Mateo, Fla. t

1, 60 pi) 1113W packers, ,,U quite bus tat! week kt-l- > rw-iilts. Mrs I'-elle IL'hriel, .

-- tint off the remainder ot the fruit \li.t.lI -I"rol1gh. III. writes "I have
WarreuU now ouUUnding- 19.t\t13.21 vr K THE SINGER SEWING\ f MACHINE COMPANYf
_--...:.-: Teen trout'ted with civet iiiiDpSaint and
M Wlows: and oranges puri.tu bl.. ., anti i date found nothing to
County wh-ol fund-___., tlts3259.I30: |I"Jor benefit n">e tike Ilertme. 1 hope neverlo Are now welling yew 1i..g Mav' nnrtON EASY PAYMENTS. )

i ttrc.tach.iddktrwt\uL... .. .' ::. 7\11. I (1. 1!. ilall it I'twy tit tie without U I have wi-hed that 1
M: as ran :t'1ttr.{
.. .. .. s. tkial had kimnot It in my tlurband's ids SINGER SEWING MACHINES ARE NEVER SOLD TO DEALERS
.. .. his shipj+L The
.. orange crop ori&Ojlt-t\ "
K't-,1 I > t'1..trll1lwand
4. 42792l9.tO3Yl: airs ilk :at I IM .
b from .his i trove, Klondike, art nntinicht-J. Ku tiallie! I'harmaiv.; I PirrCt lU: i'rt -nunvt- 1.. *i .v. ir +erMi-e l lira{> t:1111 ".&nll"hl! tie ua.t'iu )t>u. =

:' Total cash in hand uf tnu. _tai till 1IVflcicofy 1 I by cold anti an' as juicy and gwM &'1 Se,Iog Machines Sold or Rented. Terms: $3.00 down and $3.GO per most!!.

though there had never bee-n a coM We."It..lher U ..ort.
of fuu 1. tIlU-IU_ thap.Smirtt ( rout 10 tn :At tier tent ti-eouil al" *cd 1..1' >/l.i; i iiiat .nu-s. to:, luakm of' u..cI.IIi4 i

Itemiird rewipUMHiuty school furnish at the 1t"t.OttiidllI'cb Mch. Q.a.DEPtaT1lENTOr VtJRICrtTCBK ra- n'j oil I '"il Nettte: lot-.t.., <'tc.. l,,i at. ".lith..f II,*< inlet. '
5, Uy were l largely atknJe The ct.nnh KR Bl'KKVt'JirmiB.
- UII hood at Iit "port{ f 2101 DO NOT USE POOR OIL -.r u.... nit.rwu.g IHJU'!>iuei. "l'ltll'lf tnachlr, btcjr
Ui )1 d. 11.lwparattve I+I.\
Ik..'d fl'uUI.. tat.. rot.. U* 11<4 17S:! 7dGet'd .aa iulmfly dtvurattM. The choir i < Ill and 1 fir all purls.u| ." rm'.nrun a tia..llll'rtnu.l, the kilt theiheaw.iintheend
I".il!! I".'. 12 ou gave eieellent'ervtcr\ and ItMthtr Mversit I ( ctatewenl of uIDlrattU.i iieiniim" "1\1.1 II (Ml. 1&II'.nl\ t.-.1.14.u"llt i | "-u'irlltWrM.:
frou(\ uit. usKecM I. ,9 !
tIt13>> . .._. .. 3101 \ '
;. t\alU.finis th.fuul.t\nup. .Into. .. tKAS.. 37320fh : way. loud let q Cocoa Florida.
11tH.! Xa1. 1111.'kh.
unit MVX. V
J. K. Walker. Little Miss! Julia Ball entertained a
,; K c'd U h tl7 75 \*
f Supplies sold .....-_. _._ I' S.\ t 037.: large: number of her friends I lat meek in .. d. 7s 71 74 :"j -"

t'1.'Ci"t tat wl d bL-tu. 1- honor of her seventh birlhijav. (games 10 "3 71 77 61 Organs. Organs. Organs.
": t.S.h 011 hand at I U>t rep+rt, fl"-l: d+ n TV to M 61
IM'd.TaiCU.taaliM.. s .4 were played and rvfrwhrnents served out I:. 7* 67 79 hS It-: [>Air -. .Made to w.uiui :iknew 1'lIct't:>. I 1"1' ue a tart when )ou haHt
1k't) _-_-. .31 :3U4Vh I nniler the tree Everyone: n-jorti-d a 11 79 ';7 vi W
lumpt. 14 7J 61 .t B work for ua to d.. \d-trer J M. M. BROCK, COCOA, FLORIDA.
Fprciai tu shad .1 ot. So.- gaud time and_the little maid waiucp)'. Total rainfall for the w.ek. tit.T in .J
( on hand at l tart at'p"rt. f 10.432 I IA'plrture raiuralllurtcc art* plus 217:
&c'4Tat ""I.. tn 111\ .. 30.tt0 I A CHRISTMAS PEANUT PARTY. 1B(llttkIVfwrtur E. L. BRADY & BRO.,
; ILmpt., 14KL'-D3 3tx: t15.21Special ntbf.H roillte Jau. Ut. ku>uu>
Editor of Tus; Fuiaioi STAR. 2 07 Lni.
I Ui arb.\ dint No.Stub H P HtKUKdthrui
,.j hauJ at last r'i>c>rt |tS7.W The title' will carry the idea that tlVU1 tu t barge GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.

Recd from Ui col Ui h*&. *** i one is rather mixed up a.1 to daUc or Masons _. --. -- --- -- 3
R 'al furttt tV>HlI>t, UI liM .U $14337' Webandleprudat"f'.fa, knit W. a" i?rnt* fe.: M.j*, F ntli #<
hut thedisirepaucy u only M \TKor (+mit tIn tr TOLE' ; .. .
-inin/ 11th. .buu siren tf 1..001. and MI It UH ttad.f all nJltalJlhfR Writ it hi pfb.a.o
l+prcial) Ux fchuol dilL X*,4-$ S5K W j fur'while! the party spoken of JiJ nut .;c.I :: I.n'\J ('UtMV tt>C>Biakr TV < tri i iKEtlk : hr II (,...,1\ .::.j al: l.ruiena 1t'.nr -1 n v it l.atl"Ji K t BH\t' 4 BH*.. Tlfll lltS. Fl(.
tub haaJt lout rejwrt
'U on hum Ui ctd. Ut I1*. 23.WU f!I cur on 1\-(:. 25th, it really: did Ute piaci: ihrrniurartueruflhekrwuf IJ.< Ht>cvA -

: <<<<'" from Comps ta11tiJ3I _tld _t tIIll\\ ,I: a few en'mnr10 at Chri:tm*', a t>iuaUmmunitv : county t o daiB and ;date bu neaw afort&tki tn the altO l-uy that of Mid Tul 6na*\'.i... R. V. DOUGLASS, :: : :

i > in Jaarn.,: Jittaiu cf K will the of im llawlr U.lUt foreach
TuLal.--------__.... t.l_ Y91d. i1 I .- --1 hu ll of TtttHviile! U.t ao.l every d.e (of catarrh that cannot he
native i > the .
elwi4 fund- I (* (Tat. IV*: -r 11.
intuit njnd.tV lined by tboe UMof tL'1! 41\lILH : General Merchandise
'-- Teach", wluiu. ...... -.. f1.lHI1. o i. unuoua i-uurae of the M Johns met anJ iRk J t 11.l (\,:\ .
.. .. ;V'r UX w,.b.... I Id I iu I.\'tSVU4 raw rmar h make the >>rDQ ift>re me anti IlIt- rUn) :! pl'YlIt'l' that 6th draf I Ir-"unt.u. .\ b I rt eons.tiaf .f eterythA;
.tr t"t So. 1-----------------ecb.aJ rouk'bri."n the to Hw. al the pees {1- i nA .;iJ-"tpt-l; a ROCKLEOOE: ,LA.

TNoclI"rI.!.uit"t-i ulaMt.'II. t -- .rltc-- -....Ux. ... .. .. S:t' ,tit" \ W trLE.I' a N..i .. ..0.'" i d4>f 'I i t I N rubtit
Tnchrradtotricl t4arirs &r<<. Ux sdi'u1 f The tr.tHUr.nint in qlon tunkpia. nary "
...... ...... .... 373 td i -
X). 3 Ih.l ( Unh sire u l.4i.ra jntrnltly ail i
>e at the u -" tome of ti. Nand Hitch A. E. HILL
Tfachrn ..tuna i'C<' bl rch.lldi.trier t I arts drrrtlr on *h. t..i .ad n.linrllt ,Jrf.t.wof ..
Sa 4.--....... ...n__ 3A- : *a* pvtu fur tut UaQghtcr \ Iraul the *r Uta "vnd fr ttruA"nLAi& (n'#'. ,

I'. L, Kj *r, haoliu M \.ilatihm0nih.. M ML Ii.ItJ) i and her a+uein. ML!* M IAty i'aitun, who F J tllENEY 4 U' Tued.'hJ.L.MOBLEY>
FF 0wtut)a. .. .. .. SANFORD. FLORIDA.
M 3473 : over from KockWj for
were a "l"e'
J.C. .
: .. .. to.
J. s. 1Wll. .. .. .. ::'IJ1"1\ tV i-Uy, takiD; a tacatioa (rum theirM dlex.In General Hardware.Doors
UX.Andrcma. .J of the -MUuoa! ,
n" bar rte 'lc Japan-* Lao- .
J.T. K aten. .. .. TITt "' MLLL I E LA .
W.n. E4wanie. J terns a big pine knot fire buts: in front d
J. B. Walker, briars SApt uJ for mileage Feb.. 73:::1,nt;)}' the boo. licp the vrrnodah and ('HntU fr a i' kirt >ti Painting. loj.ftml1nll'r. :. Sash Blinds. Cement,
J. )I. Orwll Pt t dorm .. : : 'nainiPi?, Finishing ant 1i-r
M IB 00JO ; ;lu tram far
tit dsckentjf into the for
RFJIardnty, Lime Brick Lath Etc.
'. Sd. !II) lIar.J\C.I. at the mast: rtt.nabe price ,
J. ('Irter. eel, mak.Cj a.wierd and rdective
pJ jaaxtor fur { cv&eTh eta utrrt '1Ib..I 1Iorklli.r>>hl .
J.1l Pwn.....tul.0..1._- waila of tat b:; hvin roosa 1Iffe
(ark i3jiifre on the Exit Coast GUNS TACKLEPlumbing
(i. F. Dunes ..o..d Janus fur 'hill'' with fellow ;j**a:nine ,fAd and
... ....n. .. .. i) <
> wmpawl eavess t1&at ai 5o:: .rrs, anti a profusion of wild IOU ?Irclalradl j yttd lt tt.t kook ..talto
F U 1'1lor.I.OO Gas and Steam Fitting
n Sct&. B. I4pwitary. banks aH.d O!' tent their lavender and purple ULU u \( liU.t and fc-vt my erfiOiiU- on italtmtion
e Bra, tsifc for X*. *. . I.33 bnhtt'Q the cn. .. There dour nuni t'n cnFt g\\rt to a)' wort .. .\rVtlio and rte, a *.*... .*;<> 1.+,Whrr and "t zja.
Baak,f n.'V1tCb.a x alert. Feb: 1117IiimM I Tin hop under wmpetrat frirewin raeGj hutk-Or.(. J: ...flfil nd Jub
Co. Gate beak. taaal &ita.m \i riot in the wauls hr at thu ja,;'C. .\t \\'vr' j'romyt y I ,-ikd ",
JaG. uJ Feb------------ SAW\ ;17 0 thu U had ail
: S. bank, Loral II..... : .. 31 $ : amved t etty for die Norcross
L i. Sooth Florida
WQ Sole
Jefa Healf, ()'f1 A& aria. fur 1.1)> : three in number and were gives taii a arc t.wO errs?, r..i.s 4w1 toto Agent ,
b : J.0. tikainow iP.6 t9ia..t.u. frt. ] small tax made! of teitiD and told I sal 4y,1 a / Lt.I .
__ ..... .._.. .. 343 t to H1Dd Culdiators and Drills.
--- Ferdliiisg
J.S W.tii,Esp.'.rats, t'CG-_... 8 US ij I maU a sttrca for pwiuoU, which were



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1 11.Fgench the dellberatloas of the senate BO HEALTH
mindful of the sarcastic smiles wont INSURANCEThe A. G. SPAULDING & BROS1
by the members Joangiog in their comfortable ,

retching r sats. man who insures his Die b :

Aeronaut's Snccattsfnl 11"TlTI. wise for his body. I Goods
.. a s.l.ttt.te Fer T........ Ball and Sporting
'?rip From London to Paris.'f Professor Starr of the CniTerslty ofChicago The man who insures his bean iI I i

baa been experimeaticg with b wbc both for his family int.hteisetf. i www

members of hi* class upon substitute .

p .&COOxntglfrn IN_ SIX HOUBL for tobacco, a dried plant from Mexi You may bison health by juard- The H. & W. B. DREW CO,

j co. says a Chicago dispatch. It has a tag ii. It II worth pard:1. .

y llxbteau ef a Mooaalttt J...haepa1. strange effect upon the eyes of the At the first attack of disease Jacksonville,

then the )eatllak n... 1 DeqlI. smoker making him unable to see which

OMI-U.lka ofi ,what U going on around ht:u. "But generally approcbe.
Ilaap the Distributors for the State of Florida.
i iI there to nothing harmful about the through UaaJ manifests

; ,ttrteaek SepubIlVs Capita Mlstakra wed," Professor Starr.A itself la innumerable W&)1TAKE .. %
,.. t1., PAW1t-TC .. s !ewa ayg. The tra.le jopplied at mano&ctarvrs lou pricr*.

3j .....'1.. G.'.. B.... DlBB_ layUAtloL ._-. salts orders and dot outfit receive cartful attrniioa.
end for catabgw.

lUI. Jacques Flute and Itubert La- After a hearty meal a dose of KoJolDTPpoivia

'j: Cure will present an attack of .
sham, who n'rently lowered aU baDounlug Tun's Pills --
: indirection. KoJol is a thorough diicea-
+ records bl their trip ICfOIWt the dWr tU tant and a guaranteed cure for indigestion

"i f litl from LoD4QQ to Parte In a little : dy.pelsia, gas 011 the ttomacb, soar The "Simplex"has

ever .u boors owe their Journe1 Dot { risings, lad breath and all tninach trouble And name
X. Walking Le hu. save your health.
Kf.ajg: "I
r only to their own clnerl1t', pluck and IMPLEX
can U ufy to the tthrary of Kodol'in the
X fi persistence, but to the cur1ona oppod.t i'cure of stomach trouble. 1.afflick'd Discontented! Poland ts not discontented -

: tJou they pet with from authorltiea with stomach trouble for fifteen year* and HusU, as the autocrats at 5L Y complimented as very .

$4 .' fwtb in France and England Ul' a f have taken six bttlrsof voor Kodol Petersburg may !darn In bitterness PIANO

:ram correspondent of the dew York II Dyspepsia! Care, which entirely enrol me. The are not the "little father's"children ,:1appropriate.. The Sim- T
... Thl"lleix bottle were worth U.lA.O ton
"TIm"- This opposition preTt'l1too them and be does not let them forget
Kf Jol 1 l> ia
-e. I. m>epf> Cure willdiLTSt
a } -'. !rom putting tLt"Lr originAl !Ilan! whleb I any quantity tit all the wholsonie F*K| that fact Their buds are keited. plex is simple in every

was a much less audadoua one. you want to l"attlill' oiustou.acti takes their l language and papers suppressed,

':5 .eucut1 a rest, recuperates and grows strong. This their priests oppressed. If they kick T1 way and particular. Its

(.c: 10 the first when they arrlced wonderful preparation in justly entitledto
z place,
-1 the end U Siberia. the
.No. Poles
at the GaN du \ord. lD ['aria. the raIl all of ita many remarkable cun-e Sold mechanism is simple.
#' Keil Crmw not at all tenderabout maintaining the \
:. olftdabl refused to reglster their by Pharmacy, YM: Collie

4 r't : way 1)411000 oU the ground that It wu too I Ptiarmacy and Chu. F. CampbtU.HOCH'S integrity of Russian autocracy. tt It does not easily get

-# bulky They took with them a par.. .J
,titular type of car pruTItll'\1 with a "SET 'EM UP." Are You 1.81..1: '-CL out of order or need re
Kngaged people Mumld remember tha,
petroleum motor to try which was after m..rria.'t', manv qusrrtU can l>e pair. If it should by mischance it is
;. the ort&lDal object ot their UJt'd1tJUD. K*.w Oovrwor'. EiBlAwatUw avoided hy l kee'iiif| t llieir Uections in any ,

8-: ..' Dot this the custom boUae authorltit'S to Stale ip) xl om-tu'iMii mitts KUMric Hitters. easily fixed. The Simplex is fully warrantedand

refused to allow them to ship to Governor Edward W. Iloch of Kansas S. A. Uto'" II, t)[ IVniivtUtillc.S C., says:

t<,' 1 Dover on the ground that they would : sent a message to the legislature a "r'r4'linl my wife' fiiuVrrd intentselx is an ornament to home.

j bring It back Into .'ranCthrougb the few days ago suggesting that Representative from d'I'I't'P"is: ""nipliatedwithatnrpid' any

.. air and thus escape paling the Trigs of Anderson should liver until die I'M l.erirengli vitnirai
dut'l[ i )d leaner a mere reek of herfunnerelf. Sold 33y
i'set en it .a manufactured machinery. "set 'em op" tor hating the same billpassed"twice
- !* Then .hC' tried Ktairie: Bittern.
Y. 'aUN had says a Topeka dispatch.
brought an or-
t which ht'll't..i tier at once and finally
_ :: 41DArJ car with him unprofMl'd with Senator Waggoner thought that "set made her | eiilirvh wrlI, :iie !" now" INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE Titusvaie.

{ -a motor. and with thug he .ear allowed 'em up" was: a queer expresaWa for strong and healthy ICol Grot Tharmacv ,

; Itapr'OC\'t'd. I I the governor of a prohibition state to wile and giurantee them at 5c. a

t The mayor of Doter bad promllle'l1, use, so had a resolution adopted asking 1 Untie. __ _

1\ little rashly ail It turned out to liro-I I the governor to explain. I.

: :VIde the 1.000 meters of gas n't'd Governor Iloch sent this eipbna- War scores now that sharks barebeen FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
driven out of eastern waters by
I Jail the bAllwn, but his Introduction to tlon:
the or the local wurkbc I I I I submarine expl-xlons. But hermen
manager gal To the Senate-I am In receipt of senate -
: : was of DO value for this gentleman resolution No. to, Introduced by the do not like to hate the finny tribe exiled Local Time Card No. 59. In Effect Jan.[ 3D. 1905.
t senator from Atchison county, requesting
1 bad an 1nht'rlted or n-UgioUi objection from their favorite ground, and
m to explain what was meant by the
"t to balloola and refused to allow the '. term "set 'em up" u used In my veto efforts: are being made to have naval SOUIN.aOUND-atAO ooWIi. "OUN.Bouo-aUD VfM

1 ballooo tcbari'd at ba works.'The message of senate bill No. :341 This rspreMlon practice firing prohibited near the fish r
; two French aeronauts then de- used playfully and without having i 89 .. atDuly _.. '..U j N. 71 I. 741 i M tlj a. uDuly
any particular meaning and osslbly eries. Duly Daily STATIONS. j Iwltr | DaIlII j PulySI. I batty
i.. .ldal to push un to London and spent hardly comporting with the dignity of "----- i!
'r Itbe following day in 1 laborioua ot'6."OCJaUQDS your body, seems to hare haJ. If not a AU.....I by :Mob.' sObpIIISp1005 ; 00)5Lw..Jsek.onvtlle. .... Arpp'I! ; 14-1 ,
f a with the management ot the food, at least an unexpected. effect In And beaten labor until Sll p luoSalilt .... ....5.Jsck.onrIle ..Naeb5p
i in a rht cover- TSSs
.. .
t that It has caused the emaciated t JO a Yuba AuKU tlneMai S9Lp
Crystal palace. which uaUl gave Its the Kansas Democracy to take rorpl4Iof the ,ed with IWlrr4. a rHt-Hif* p'reel rarewiJnrtorappHril Its p '1161 a .. ... .. 116p 'fIjI. :
on BuclsVii's Arnica i-:Salveunda ..Ia.ll .I A. i IT i pj 147tsta S5. a
oCOllBt"ot to the balloon ascent kin& I,13p tt00p it10pi9'5a !
semblance of 11f. and lit up and take ... .. /j .
: cnld: from the palace grounds.t notice.I iNiii toiin.l and I well "I n-e II ii.m 101 p r-pj1J 51 p 10Sb .1" ... ...rutu L' ''" 11'i 6111 p Igo.seSp .
y "Ibe balloon reached the sea in an I I The belief In miracles Is here strengthened > family" 1Iril..Ci. J W..kta..fT..- Ixop Iltaa vl1a L' ., ...1'i.atka ArC1.9 i I'I' p I !.!) INS
by absolute proof, showing that the koi.slia, "Mich,, "and' find it ,.,.l"Smip'y _
'tour aDd t'eotJ.Jhe minutes, and tMl1L proper call will restore animation of the for and burn hap slap .r. .......rian Mateo to P 53u p 1
a i erect eats Only
Faure determined make drat 71411M suo s Lf .... .AQh\4IU.. > p TILp INI
f to a de&J. If the angel Gabriel, standing with -
I' 2oiat Knl I Cnipt FlumnacyCASTORIA 1'1' .
atlas of the Uerve "stab11i5atetlt" one foot on land and on. on sea wen Ity. .. !inst. .. qp !
t wblrb 1.11 ot the to blow such a blast from his trumpet 1- ...... ....Runnrll ... II p
a Illt"Clal application that the mountains should rock to their .... ........IhiponlHoWIUriuoiul .. .; .. I
guide tope principle lie decl.n that banes the Democratic party would probably I 11 Ina .. i as p 1
aU his sleep on undisturbed, but If he were 113' It* IMP 112Ua | ........ (),ru..d ..... llWp. isopSs!! INa
t this surpassed ei'pectatlous 1 p :
even to whisper the magic words "..t '..mup" > 113 "liP 11411I.1...... ... I'.fu.aa .. .. **. twp [[ S4 theuas
and that the moment It For Infanta and Children. P P | 54 piJ .... .....Port IlrahiT" ... .r. !I
the grate of this moribund organ .... .....h.tI"II"o. atepiatipIaGa! IK .
toudlt.od the wavea It rfgbtt'd the tal isation would give, up Its dead and from TN Kind You Have Bought Ibsp 115p P UIJtl'I I........... ark lliitTuuimU it' p I;
:. tooo In the moet extraordtnary way the entire aggregation. beaded by the Always isoa 4Wp :III1I .......... ii4p :5 s4 p I.JM. f.* a
talented and handsome senator from },4Y'lp I. ........ t._ i U his
'The wind was ao strong that they made 20Ja I 'i
a I I. Atchison would come the answer In Bear theSignature I I mil . KaklrOsrKorV 110 f ,
x at 1011 kilometers an hour tripping welling, chord.: ean PI'1 lip Hi p i.-: ,H11 'bMflJiooroe .... 1111I1' l to: II'
of iIloraed ... .. (eailte tlilip I.hi.* '
i : along the lurtat' or the an In "We wilt take lbe.ame." 'IM:'lpl'UP s' lit 3 Ar 11 I' ... .... ,LILY p I I 1 iIS. P a

it the moot dt'lIthttul fashion under a p rip: ....... i.t.suau 118a ,
I Bt Kratetly for 4'o.atlpatlun.. 4 JS p .......:.. !4& Lucre 11111I. .
1: !r s sorely woon and In absolute ..oUtuJ"'fV' I lotrk la I.....) It nnta. 4u5 713 Stop atop .... to" .,.... ... :IIIO.I.JI411I.. pUMp; t
; tare for the two mall steamers going "The finest remedy I ever n"nl wChamberlain's A rloik of a dozen horned lurk< were ? Sfct p ...... ... Ttbt.l. .' ,, t... II. .
Momacli and Ij\erTab- 70J p ...... .. Fake ... suet t ibNp -
j. i. 10 opprrllte directions, "boIi path they recently Ken in Pine Gnu alley near Tap .... ... Jer.ea .vi: a !I II JI i
a',"(. '4'rtwWil and whose crews eheert' i thf'm. 'leu, says Mr. Eli Butler, of Franktille, ('ba"mll"'s| rnllU, Itucks county, tot lit p ... .. "Ulari . 5$ a i''I. p' .
I K Y. "Tl'v tutgrntU and 1\h1"ltall> III P ... ib.t..wnd i 'M .I $: !
In two hour" time from I leaving the i unpleasant effect, and lea\e.ttie bowrl it Pennsylvania sa)s the PhiladelphiaKeconl 7i& P M...t Jsplitr ',. Said' I IIS !!
I'ngIkh toast they pauted over Dieppe. ; a pf-rfextly natural condition." Sold b) Th-,e bird*. which are "nmaer es aIt<) II e10pl'"P \i Herll'elmtt.s.N ur.SeaS.tewaab. 10. 'tt i.*,4p. .pttu
} LY. lmbno'b I !
and three hours later a band or "hlte 1C..Il'rul!!! l'h4rmacy. re.ldeuts of .the arctic! regions! are i\1II'"& a soup vlbp II.a shop:. p"Up .Ifop a9)p W..hhlW..b.: .. Ar: U.alll"" ,M i i .
}' light on the horizon made them think rare winter vUt! rs to thin m-rtion. blag .. hoynlon L'i I '* a .. i ,
law ... .1"1"" : (! 515 plow
., for a moment that dawn hat come. The astronomer of the French observatory more IncllnM to frequent the p .t IauJenisie iuHUmI a I 4S4 p i-
pim "
But Ibis wit ImllQulble at 1 In theI. proposes to regulate the public marshy sei-tlouu near the seacoast: pn I t i 5. I 4 tip {
i i Ubi Lt-wulI t sty '". *+ a I IT p :
.momln". amt then, to their Intense dtl- clocks of Parts by Installing a wlre- a :lilup\ 11top I TSnp'te )11.01 Ise .i. a '.II' s f'j ., IT.u P to

I.' If IJght and amazement they dUcorervJ leu systtm. The chances are that I I -_. .- -.- -- .:..... .-
''II. AA. ;' a"1'Iahd fl.,". 4 s.' 'I.r. o'1 tra".. 5 lad Wteteeen
; Parts ,
that were approaching : B ffrl t'arlora! ars .n lral11'
they electric storms will play some pranks i J.1o'II1' an..1 )11.,1 I..- ..' r .r+ ..n Ita."' 3. t.. .. !. :...,. '" A...."- 5.4he
. :f r For fear of blowing up their balloon'' Your Heart.When f
I with the clock dials now and then !'WY'"
tJ i agalnt a street lamp they decided to .

.' j *Je vutl at a little distance outside of I If troubled 1 witli weak' .h.e-lion, bel sia-! -- CONDENSED SCHEDULE BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND ST. AUGUSTINE
Your Heart
; : .Parts at St. iK-uls. and this they did mi, or sour toiuach, uae CtminlHrUiii'stoma <
:.: i' with coraplt'te success, and while }J. ; < h and Luer Tablets and >ou "ill! Fails to Pump Your !-II.. If- -t *+ lIt -' r. r! s. Jsr --S* 4J* h-.. u. 110....*.}' !Ie.ta r ,,.S. tit k'I.NjSilt '..

': ti Fauna nahheil the night! In a boxpltat i: tret ijutck.relief. For sale! by keg CroPharmacy. -! Blood Trouble s bul !.II.[ | l'*l y I>&IIJ _)...."..,- ria:!' h.I' M,,. h.s".)- (.-- "a-, Ist ..-.-. \!

>lrt Iiukekiln hard by hU companion.! M i ---.--. --- h"J1I..II.'a..a.- --t---1 tl'J '.arlu'-.-", -.. : U.m iLrr J'-.r. ?,f.r.. Orr ... Pt NIri/ i tc

II Laths, slept voun-Py! till morning In \ \Ullln l'*rJ. For 1)045. Results._. IstAulwl..lVJUaY1LIS.a: ,IIUar Itr < l 9n I r*: .'*- i-M ( V. Mi H I'.o 5tU ;. .

the balloon car \\hen dawn came theyfoMii : The t.hluon of Lnln'I"IUDI: car.U -= 11. Lr moo .
stave you heart it-.uUe 1'ltt I lIT 5.1g 4.. 'It k N tr ... jtt I I..vtr Fla gs I. '
;j up th.Hf ah-nhtp dUpatche.1 on : for loT4 han lately tome into \I.u" in You have If v"u f!nd -r hard to br. t}:. S. BOIND.: i I I..U!1 1 I'1.\1 1 fa 1..11 s.,. l'all y la"..IIJ s.a h.I..J iw lar ;..;.I -I._ .f Dail, ; --
-'. .... Part, and many sxiety women wbo i I after '. etc. I '
n a dray to l'art Janij l Into a passing I y.sJkmg .p trs rx.rristng. -
I .
; ,. a ai vab.ap. .
h"'to\Ji'h./- ;$ :a.ael, a.rul'arae r i r. mUlOr
.;, r ti tram. whkh took them to the furtlfira. 1 are I*ycrec.ce of toy dogs hate not If you hate lain :n your left siJc. In Jad.w.u' velar$ aa.5i Yn.r ':aJn > rr : r.' :! '
tJon, and then... droIn a cab M trw only their |*>ti with a full chest, tack or thft.j Itu sat!fer _
t ; : warrirol down to handkercfatt.fs worn from void -itrfintl. pete (*>.41. U.Ls. .. Trun.,11:;><....01 ('&rl"."..!, ..I l'u'man.rly.rise.: ..'.1.-a 1'* ....I '_'. W I t..o .!IaJPtIt
t ,. .p \er club. t trey .&...1.., ni.rtt.t n', ri..aW t'aa' on wIU.H ".1 c ttf" '.r _II.rv t. karifrti
dry cough. IA't"'n ankles
: in a ituj IK* ket of a blanket u!a,'b U
r If have filntin *!!*. bruit
you ;
male U rr..llible! a mulatul'lool 435 st. lI.lSTl'f 1D '.15 'a U ** ft
i ji JEFFRIES ON OSLERISM. ; rare. al luUon. redness of the face .., tALl H.WI aN aJIASJ.L.3
! ibe.! taut I 'tM s'Ila.' :rl. I r Utif
overcoat as nearly a< p>"+ ore .. ..
d.Ik..mort In .1 ['Ir-( on ore side. a a.I9
. na.IC'all I>>'rl0r I* Niakt. tI..I' Inmting that the social aide of ..
t should I looked after !II the B.shn .'; I'at.! '.. I.. -. rv A".rmisrora ArIt .. *.
? ...., *.). Pl....... I > hole train of troutles IIr. llJe* SF'1Lr| .,. .. I
i t'r 'r M' ""!:""W I a to. "I-as'''' ift. iwn
i '1 Jan.<*t J JfiTrles, champion of the HentU The tattle Ifit'ut'rally WUdl I Nw !hart Cure T P Jp'p"r; lie, I..ire Lv : -I.A.l.t ... .. >:1 U t,-ts.- 1. 4 "rrN 4ypjAr

'j ring. whh tern flaytu In the meld smaller than a maa> vUUitg > udA I I>r. 1d'ew: Hart Cur tj tit : SI'. !!shun I.v'.L; ..j'f. "Los !I. Illee1.a4i f i'

iYx-lett" UlchiaouJ.Vs I and It U customary to be tow the ram I i rTtscrttin cf & famous ipcuU, ..... ,t .. *. i* ..- ,t 'I
.1'am.HuJ at I .. .. 17, II .. ** J "* "" !'e. .
hvN E' .t SUCOMS in treating aaeib .' ete'i ..fi1ls i ;.
.1 has s,ukrn. pals a *i,e( Las dis shy name tuk o he jt. baa, 1 (. o-. i I nste n "OI.I heart dllf-U4: ht mJ his ">' ,''*!ly! ...i, yl 1.,' J h. ) La..y i..iij. tour. -. .".
tt would I "Veloum Nom \ --
au.dert.m" -
I Hatch to the Ne 111''d World. Same name yre-er.nent: la the nieicaJ sal .-Iw.-'4-* p I Ij I..-lark.' .. '1.!* Ar .. t .,. s a ., i' v c +. ": .r ; npi gg p ; {
=- -What do you think of i'r. OsWr'I' If that fsvorvd animal i.ald arni'tkvorhl.. I j i '4 a i il piL' fa:;._ I>rrb Lt T fr f j ,e :, ; t.> ,. -

'. ), dictum about a man bring n<) gut taps of cervtaony. cr\l In haodao 1" The K 'l.CiM will cure roa VTt know, .11l".I; W. .'s a.p'J.w f"I.. A.:.. ..:...-!.,r:.r6Lvt1 tj.: a. .' .... .. "t' ;;' e.e.s. ", .. ., '.-v .I: 1i"1"t! r:

.J!':' after forty T" h# as a keiL"O pas: tt.V. ..f.t you to trove U U AntI -----. .
. I tattle dors not t f .! T Is half rl. Ut .\ mAn doo't: sae.ia
< ; fet D'11 i a,1'BUd ELTt =tft" I. I
... of l*_ .iiU.Pnrumonia ..:i tart I I "- ,
Trtm flu
proper your money.'I 1
I. 1 any better i>hy lra.Uy after he's forty f1---_ .__ b.t... _. -. -.- -:::::!..
it 1010) isr.n,.,+ a dwawa ; hard for several ,Hrl a."erti It i .. t- ': *' rt T1 :
11* g-*. back then, tut a tan doa't < tames .{': t "rt trot.14e I C.t *> eXa ItTil M.! ;:..: t' a i p
t ttJ.- rf! He" .t "A t' i 5 \ e : i.s i i i** aA8
.; fir anyone to attempt >>ct< r r' ir- ft Ar y
e ratty tvl intrlligrBt until h* put I ire 1 I could tail tirty t.air the ntbtani
I aHrwvigh he may hut' the rrnr rnn- tad to tit up o'. tn. tii. of t*:.
. torty. He gets f'lI'4"r1t'Ut'attf't that .toy band .V phvtcian -uiI&1\8 t! l--.1 I'.ts (>f tt i... to p.+t t.tOatThrPoC
1 i lhyslrtilly OVr U rte *t!. raentally h* t : taU4.t at!! It ttOUlJ tr bamw in m'n.I. of mjr tare d..d cf hurt tr x.- I P[iI I'U AND UCUDLSTAl. :jfiAVori' luSSt.I'uNj! AT WIAE..tae.osaerdlubMaieat ( .
t.- ail I h'n-;M I wig l trUe same
ti WTOQJ. h>.ever. that! rtnfi i "'Y. tut stMM.1 two A-vf A hat T'.ar.t -
t -- --- fnwu cull or from an attack cf for sac I r. t a t< ut Dr U,J--i' i "lIsl "(It! Sitantfe'f4 *l lile P J U a S C..;.., ft
s urrp llKift Cure 'iBu-.. .:J .
And ht I
e. < a u .
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A bs.ek F. tfc nilUovertor and that by eiir Cr 'or-rrlsin' r."lt i try few tot'urt. A?'. r uC t .-m I
I..eutenant >ttnaa of HU Hemedv tt* lhre t-n...J atU- k r.1 .n.-Q' r -....'n!. a .J .'.ire r .4 tt'"r v..-.."*i 'I NASSAU HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

; Un" still dams taU a.r.J orlgiaaiays QVVDU may be w a1 !A h off Tt.I.rNoj... I,I '", n t&a* -;\'f tt" >&!rt'before'- .meted tor tt.r'"' \eral f.jr year*.. ,ttj.1 --

U fi.trI. a Sj-r.BrtU tIll) CWTTWrpoadent i 4 aaa) n*nl by phyuur. in ,.. tfut !.... ia;'" Jf.ftnHurr.. ('..*;"ru I -n" ..Tti6- ratet/; : .;:11 :,..... ..../ '"" ..... .. i .. ?... "' .. .,.,
of the Cbl"u Times lIe meat of neoowma with the rt r"1.tti I. !:.a"t ."...1..;.. lL "t. }:arr.FRED I trm L.A .astral t-ol: "_M.f .-r. t 'J. ..r .'e.. l...' :L /A'1 1 t.We f'IIAIi..
l>r. W J math. of :'A"t.-r %U.wriotdroctst i45'n -- -- 4 ,r.1""t..=: ;.:.y 5".l..o. f rr.jb'<''..- r.T .''j a. -j a J' .-...-aISIIIII....
: has caused a stir to the wait ty bar ; Rite t fc-r F'e Trl (
: a 4v (.f it "I have lnCharobri I t'arkag. at O'. .....' A"t.- rsn. .. .
: leg the janitor rvtr.oie the big lather "" 4ihnt &so' n>Ugh J.>rrwdr In.jplfCriW Pain Pii>.. tt-.t N,w OrBtiftc stein i5y I. --- -
*;y chair protuled for tte pmUlnj o rer f for I" ... AIM irmf-Jta Ktr.k Our" For Copy of *h. LOCAL 1IMI. CAKD e* Olh.r tal f........
il tn mr paaicv >r pa tprtumr.raa I : .alt.t eta d!,.Df_ )'OCOf UM. ten
4>t that tody and kaUtltutlcg an o:ifas&loaed : tll lean. I Die it in -..*-* of 7 ou .i-.t It .robf &IW low to r ,ht :t, "SCC TMII 'IICKLI .\ :: f."

; w-Milea ittcbea ftalr. Perrn- end hat a!*tvt gotten the bt rru.a." I 'r.1' >tJLES MKI4CA1. CO.
I Uop\t\'r : t-'LKiUUlT. 1.'iD.Ii. J.D.R\HNtrV.. At.u C.n'l. F.., Agt. ST CGU T1NC. r1.A > -
, '. sews on that guiles heath toe pmilM overi. iSuU by Red Cn.. ft..r &.: ,

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:SIDE' LIGHTS. 'ofTHEINAUGuRATION f want to tell.700 bow I' appreciate dab of having one of their own

kind of men la. the saddle ready to
your coming here and bow proud am ; 4-- I

.f loa. Too art sot only a fcrtre Iteaitac mad every proposition according tots -

body of men, but joo have the merits and to rope any Job that :: #'
<:. cornea his way and not ask any man to
fgbtiac staff la
-I -700. do anything be bat willing to do hia.> CASTO RIA i

,How the. President Greeted Seth Seth Bollock.. fret sheriff of Dead. selL :
"A stun who U bg enough t? build
Bollock's wood 8. D. and chief of the Black <
Cowboys. the Panama canal and put irrigation. -.
Ellis Forest who '
rangers, commandedthe -
cowboy'brigade ID ditches all through the west and make For Infants and Children. ... :
the Inaugural '
It blossom like a rose aDd Insist one -r .
proeewton, spoke u follows. about thegresldeat'a
B$40YHABDsWITaEL.Oac1rTEEU1r navy Urge enough to keep the dooropen '
L 1D&1II11Rtoo.ftftmon1et., Havei i .
la China Is the man for us. The Kind You :
says a Washington dispatch to the
The cowboys In this brigade. are a
Tart.4 ItnIuka .( the CM. New York Herald: 'r
dean cat sober. Industrious lot and
M TYe, W m 1ale.dueN.rrpui "flay, we found ourselves among a Always Bought .
when you find sixty such men who are
*. U *.. .' bt of friendly Indiana. The boy like ,
tla. ..M. Old 4nae agreed that the president Is O. K. you A1e4ck blePrcp 'ttitcmfar ..qtbllSlotblackstltldlia -
the way the crowd, all the way from
fa.da Tetu, Y.. r... .. 9.:"> 6kelialw.4 can just mark it down that their verdict f'a1'dc .
Capitol Butte
to big White Ranch
O.Bdl.ekVim House, put out their hand. Not one Is straight goods. e of Bears theSignature ,

art tk* ..... .....* la wiry be came, especially after the -It meant a lot to us 'to see these
4 hundreds of thousands of people rounded '.
Theodore met after had ( HILDHKNProawtesDt ? .
way us we '
-I The feature X
of the Inauguration cremoate ranged up In Washington to watch Theodore
c up past reviewing stand. %
which the president enjoyed become president on his own responsibility. T .
He had the boys ride up to the door of ', .
most of all WM hi* reception of CapUln the ranch bourse and shook bands with It fa' all right t* talk tioaCfecrfuIncssawiHestContalns -

a' Seth Bnllock' cow punchers Immediately each and remembered every one he about the splendor of the durbars In ndlhtrOpaim.Morphine of

n, after the knew India but they are not to be compared nor MsneraL>
parade. says a yean ago on the LittleMissouri
with this. The durbar is an out- NOT NARCOTIC.&prdalfwVruF7J'tJ.
special dispatch to the when he had the Maltese
New York World. Mr Eooserelt waa cross outfit St of people who ride and do other ..
stunts because they are ordered to.
so inxlotu to see hit old friends of the "Every cowboy In the brigade was R }
The who attended the
people Inauguraldo
mightily impressed with the
r that be ceremony .
stepped out under the
It because they want to. Of course
today. A lot of them hare never teen p."b.f'
x'northern portico of the White House east of the Missouri river.; and although some of the army and navy are ordered AU./Mfc-

bareheaded and waited for them tocome they are aa keen as can be to Washington but It they were not '.....,." In I t

x' up from the west gate found anywhere, this visit to Wash they would like to come independently :w..

"Here come my cow puncher ington Is Just the thing they needed to "I am a great believer In the flag /ai.lrl.

friends be exclaimed to the small show them what a great country this and the effect/ it has on gathering like S= UseFor

Kccc party that surrounded him "\nJ they Is. thP8l" The best thing for this country iLion

are the best fellows on earth" "As far u that goes I think no one would be for every man and woman to ApafatRemedyrotConShpa

Before Captain Bullock who led the can come to Washington from any part get a chance to come 'to Washingtonand .Sour Stonuch.Diairtcca.

of the United States without being rub up against people from other Worms. onYulsions.Feverishoess OverThirty
y' band, was under the portico the pr1loIdent
struck the range OF
g: by almighty bigness of the
waved his hand at him and ,
government They get an Idea, too Some of the boys are pretty muct1Impn..osSt'd
shouted "Seth, old man you were the TaeSlmiJc Signature
what their representatives are doing with the number of white

-. + bit of the parade!" for them and It ts a lot Neither tour people in the east af ygSTNTTVV Years

Bullock dismounted and Introduced senators from South Dakota nor "They put us pretty well back in the YORK.

the cowboys to the president u they our representatives <<:.n' make his expenses profusion. but we did not care, for our
Alb months uluJjDosis
:: rode up. The president shook Lands out of his salary. rules are, 'lK>n't kk-k. don't knock; neither s

with each one cf them and ,two or ''Thf>N Is a lot of patriotism! in this kick nor knock.'

'. thre times with those with whom btt country and It certainly stuck oat all "We were formed down near the ('A p- CASTORIA

;- was best acquainted oil the range. All over this town today. Itol and the critters slot the waiting
"1 saw millionaires well. used to brilliant LxACT COPY0rWRAPFLB.
waving flags and pretty are
of the cowboys stayed on their Nurses,

and ofily three of them look their hats yelling themselves hoarse for the president western sunsets, but that was the only -- ._ -PL ....c......"___.... .......a .
and when we cowboys came thing that saved them from bolting _... .-,.- .-... '-. .- -.- .. .
\, off when they were introduced. along there In front of his reviewing when these gold lace governors' staffs/

Half of them addressed the persklenta stand we got the glad band from the went loping by.

.a Teddy. president more than any one else we "It has been a great roundupaboutthe ---- ... -- --.....-
: The president's favorite words of saw. most successful ei or held. I guess BODGES

,i welcome to them were:. "Compared with the noise made by The' dtxr certainly did make good med. & O'HARA

-"9o glad to see you again." the plug.bat.and.boiled.shirt political icine." ,
IIr.'r.&I.o HU'Fr .'U%..
clubs, the cowboy brigade was Quak
% "I am delighted to hare the pleasure
erish and decorous. To the presidentIt By the Tonic Koute. DEALERS IX AND MAXCFACr'L'RERSif
of seeing again.
you made no difference/ where a club The pilU that act a? a tonic and not a*
'T This Is a great pleasure, a great came from or whether or not It represented a dra-lic purge, are IfeVVitl's Little Early YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER.

1 : pleasure. a lot of cafth. If the people In Kisers. They cure hrada'lte, curlllil'.

The remarks of the cow punchers the organization were good <'clean cut. tion, biliousness, etc'. Early hirers are Fruit and Vegetable Ozntos.
small, easy in tape and to att-a!safe
were more varied likely aNW'ulncmt'rlClint! the pres Mack Hamilton h..U-l clerk Vailey Estimates furnished fur rouipleto fills of ld1cuw.r.14J be delivered at soy point on wt than f

Teddy I wouldn't have.missed seeIng Went would lean over the rail and 1 pill. at ..- -- .. .. --- .. --. .>.. -- -- .. -
< CityNIaays: "Txol.ttiescund
- i you for all of the money from bell were his hat to them. meet chronic a-'e-uMipation ?s>l.l by

to Tens! shouted one of the South "Enl') man In the .TO.OflO marching Red Cross Pharmacy, Eau ullie 1'Imr John B. Stetson UniversityDE

ought to know, unless he it plumb macy and Cha. F. Campbell.
Dakota crowd.
locoed, that the boy who 1.. now In the )
"I wouldn't hate missed seeing you LAND FLA
White House Is game and will do just l'oedurt of Japanese "ololl..r..

for-aujtblng. replied the president what he says-plve a IWUI1I'ttt'ni to The conduct of the Japanese soldiers Affiliated With The University of Chicago

"'ThIs Is the proudest day of my ut.and' every man. That Is the reason the Is characterized<< bj a war curl'\OlflJod,

will be until 1 am president my- cowboys who are with me came down ent as almost incredibly faultlvss. The CILLi'GE LIBKIUL .*ICT _TJje sUa.Urtli arc these of the I'nui-re.ty of thW <&
Sktaoll': KnuluaU rt'f'tl1'e their degrees (rub troth Mrlwiu and R _.e_if" Bahl a Montana___ rowbov.Ml here. They want'to show their sppre- corrranomlcnt has! lire in Tokyo. for ,
P -Hq CIILLE6t<< : or 1 %\\-t .
radQat.-.r tbuluUtge are..hulu..t t> pnntneUw in FU>ri>I*
"'I hope you will be," answered Mr. nearly a year and has met many thousands without eiatuiualion t

; BooeeveltThU of soldier on the ctret-ts and COILtUK OF irCHMUM.\.-Mrrbatiical Unt' Klr1Praining ril'.1 Eugueeriui au,1 M.ullal ,

U me and IVte. Look out for 891ED JIlT LIFE"That's has not wen one drunken man a quarrel courses leading drgrcm Flueww tuitidiu=. o"Ur: equiptuetiL ,

me and I'eter roared young fellow of disturbance of any kind. "Gixxl COl.LKiK: or Bl"I?t." L.fuktna ill all l Its branrbra Itnuk.krrpiof by .*.t t&tthJil*. "1

with a nurluji red handkerchief around order good discipline and good humor l 'tue munir o|>ea to other iK- ..rtnientn. Ixirxe }ralt7 aud vmnxuluMU. t>Ulldin,. :I.

1 his neck. "I am tram Oklahoma. be seem to be unhcrsally prevalent" l'UU'.uaTUlCA"AUt; -CraJmtM pr'j,arr,l to tnttr lUrvanl. YaV, PriorcUtobirazo i
$ what a prominent Corn-1I. mrhijr.111. anil alt Ant claM (VUrxt \.
added as he *rai*>d the president'shand t
"and from South Dakota druggist said of Scott'sEmulsion l'l.uant and tiartute.s.fh R'UL AM) rincrirK r/'ltftt-I J\ltJdrrrartt'rtio Iwonnboildint 1'rlroary .
you're ( Sh.1Ulln '
and inmmar feparate t'UiliiiDg This Stbuut vprrUlly 1'1T1..rn Public txbwrl
s but you're all right all right Teddy"Nearly short time >n't drug tl>e,torna<.tt locurea/ouh.! tee'-brr*. "

all of tin cowboys Informed a One Minute 0'-'u,:!" Cure cut, the mucus Ml"SIC $C11N/1.A $ .< ").I.J pi(*> organ a ,lean: I.i*....,wpar t* I.uilJtUK.'lf J l't faculty }

'*$ the president that be was "all right" ago. As a rule we don't draws life mfl.iruation <'it dh ,threat thonwgh rwirw of itady .

One of them rode Lad after be bad lungs and bronchial tuber, heal "oolite* ART "lIt"-Se. ntutlia Curtly' rata. UMnlrU tie .

btoeD introduced and said: use or refer tq testimonialsin and cure .\ quick cure for troop sndhooping Stetson ban a faculty of 4+ prt.fnwre and inMrurton I'l'T hold dr nv* faun the lrniversity >

look at to II ixHuli. One Mtnnte Cough (JU'b l"o. Half nl. Yale. Ihmniuutb <')lun.t.i.,*t'Di"'f'ilt1 of I'esuayIrsals| HrjttMa
"I want to get a good you addressing the public, Cure relieve a cough in one minute btorau r. IVicknill, I'nitrnity of Mirbigan, iVtioinob and other t"nlnnilo-a. There are tiff yy'ttnrel

see If you are the same 'Bad Lands but the above remark and it acts tint on the nstiai membrane tot In [tiding* and equipment,nearly ijaartrr niilliim dullar rudowmrtit; an ruJoe *.
knew out on the l library ofovfr JlwO volamr. beautiful with fann. f
Teddy that we right where the cnn,:h trodbl*!'-m the < a rhoptt r.tly binx iscludug.taio.l V
.' ': rangi"" similar expressions are parent or deep neated on the lun pj. sAi alas "in.tooil laintlDitt, a IIO.iuHio pie oricaia njttnmmm *itbrvtut>irt at'{.r tui. '
Reel CriMtfl'iurnxtc an f'ncl.d aiblrtic field. raoDinf track trnnuwmrtt. taufball liianKmd and fritliroo, L4>- t' eaidei
by Knutialiie: Pharmacy
the same.
.: "I am just the same. Just often in ), 1,1( rowing\ and other spurt. separate Luildiht+ Cur D" women; h"
z replied the president a* be stepped made so connection and Chan. F Campbell large lalioratonr f.r lbfmutry. i'hyck.! Bo''teriulay, }Mincn{7 aixt lti>>lvfj, several ,4

back *> that the light Ml full on his : with Scott's Emulsionthat large museums and, clrrtne tifbu rlfctri bells, scram beat cement walks shell
Sir War..", newts; brua avrDur*. ,p&f U,u.. can Di. .liru> face .tudrnu' clubs; tar Irrturecounn-s; C'brUtian and not Mftanan Ua tiog. Tbe UwalMHi U
ells March, !
worthy rou'r a 1..tntnr Wlow.
the they are
said cowboy
ItOU atn't. 1
6 !Jasti me With riotou. rollicking way.' l't"autUullDJ beattbfal, and tbr nprow art )low
5 as be held tightly to the presi occasional not e From Why cant you be genial ant mellow Fur datable vim fodder a1>.| IIIf..." Hut) a-llrratbe Prrcldrkt,

dent's hand and studlM his face And c1\'. u> a few pleasant lyT
LINCOLN HKLLKY. A. >>., Ph. IK, IlrUnd. Fit ;)?
"You're the bona of the ranch here too. infancy to old age Scott'sEmulsion Tour wInd. are a mounted tiattkiloa. ,;
:: With when of krlcl keen '
and I want to tell you that I'm glad offers a reliable AllIS Its bo for a charge from the oortb- f

-s> you are." land
"1 know It; I know you art" was thl'pmlllt'ut'a means of remedying improper And a baltic with forr* unseen' 8BAI3DARDn :

laughing reepoaue. and aft and weak development You rattle our door and our windows '

> er two more handshakes the man from And ChA1.R. < U! All to cane out.
: c' to the nut lost flesh And then wh.n w. .lIhr. to ..r.... F- ., ..
the lUd Lands: gave way restoring TOil buet and bt ut &t.o"I. =,,'-' "... -- -':""....r......--..-. .. .":- ..-. ,

rk cow puncher.When and vitality and repairing And you smile with a tllmrvr of unhn e'4-
Seth Bullock's son came along .. ----I'-- ;

his father started to Introduce him. but wa te. The action of Theft pelt u. with prow and alth sleet
him with Sin we ..hr1r\- nAnd your I5.rou. ea."UN Savannah Columbia. Southern
interrupted Pines
the pwideut .
pott's Emul&ion is J
nerd to tell me wbo be L.I : 110
;k "You don't hate !y but a retreat
remember young Seth"The lIne of a secret than the Richmond Washington, Baltimore. st
tupid ....%.f'ral of trie InJ tt', ho for a rwrp and a !rt>!'t president the Emul- And It's to for a mat and a mu. '
cowboys for a tuomi-nt when one or the miposittomof put .t know that for ail of your W\.tff Philadelphia. New York. II.

other recalled scone Incident In which li ,ion itself. What it doesit Tau I" frUtxlS and fw to iM Mrs. .
the last of and thou*) April t* t*"rfui and !rruj_r
2 they had both CINl't"J.ttPf nourishment An-I Yar II both r'lar-n.'nt arA arch. TIICFI I HIITltil'-1'1111: I .!
the band pa-d through they awem does through By th* b'oo* that glow. in your

.', bled outside ol the iwrtiw andgave ',, of nourishin helmet I
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W. !
three hrtll cowboj yell*. pi- ** r"u *Jl \'\ S:' starch
fi -L ttatrtt Clarke Hardy hi l..dlu' c...
be obtained -
Thank you! ThaaV "roo repeatedthe en t that cannot World .J
"1 wwn't go back on my SEABOARD MAIL.
president in ordinary food. -- - -- - ,

F own rough rVSers bat nest to them OASTOn.r. .. .

JOG were the best feature of the show No system is too weak or 5.....; t'f tY in tam ls'll b
M'-I-H.N PI J : M t\ ttl il'll\1
I wouldn't have nuns having you delicate to retain Scott'sEmulsion d

', ban for anything. Goodby ant good' rJ "ffld t( The 'cabrarl F.. r. ta I I. ;i \fi -. .S -t.'if..1 tr..c ,.ft.1 tgtitYly ly
toctT and gather good -- -- of rite t'nI'I"ln "l ?parr II r: nt sir ;i' ..;1, If! I'nargr...",,. .rp',. sky,
the hippy ant Oorn&uon tarep, t.-ta-r. 'i 1-J, 1)etne amt Jaeisonttdl6tri
With a iu ce sloi of yells, Utica lHsrt.C14L Lt.H"LUln,. te4atng { Jfa.larkelkV'a4.egtrtn'wai.g .
'k swept out of the grounds from it. 't \ ;, ..[ :," : {, UI an.jJ..IYQYIUel 3 Ii'J
sow poacher \,5lif* ts hereby {1nl3l that the ur.ler daily inciodirg'ooars
aDd down IVnnsylvaaii avau T will icaJ you I- tJ.jfs...! wed fffif to eke wlTal&...", of the 1
Tb Betnbers cf Tr*>p A and the UlTlfU iftC.scon a.te vl }arrlIa at its rega.r .e..iua of .'. I U. I
rough riders went tats the Wtlt 1 t f'. the* f a *r**:41 i BV ... fen.e law ONLY LINE .
e.'ut t' ae4n m I sfa.lataSaltawrss.r.v.r ,
that tf Usi
hands Our irrthm lying oa the es.ts
House la snail squads ant shook + ., Je.1 Bastes ener ut Banana creek. laU ,; I
before the rI e .ry Mr. w e. t'pcnttrt; thiy "" frctu Jair.xtnlle b. .sea Or eu.t. ?
with th* president <*Ut* cf FUrxia. with law haiiu M Mornt .
New Tort truop left the pre dent \ BuCBdo on Ur. north fcj .h4r..r H
-- >baaU V-C.P ..f refuge rrn YTmti>B u.e
aid to then & alas 11.'Lo rant by tfc. Atlitw orro. wwth by the townfUt For ('all! tn&rcciuon and a eeyor *;OLI rail:: oc icy vaboarS a r&t, or ;

"1 want to say a word<< *f thanks wthe ( an.sts c.t
troop that were my escort when I r shore of fUftao ritrr and to jTrmie a(*&*]. A. O. f.\CltJ frLI, .*. C. BOYLTOX. Jr.,
governor whea I was 409 Purl St. N. T. ty t.r t uUbMi ./rst tpmJ artX
waa >. .1'cs7T .tsrttxnersLYawrr'grrAgrnt. 1'uaeadet! Aayct.
.......tad as vlr rft1df'Ct. and w. 50t:: aaI I; aSa Ne ata. FU. Ju. ink..l11Jl. JACKSONVILLE. FLA

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'f'<*'- ; a Mr M.F.Dwy! rand Ochter. Mlscamlle WINSTON 8.EILAV IXa Ashler.
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'. ) '-. %:{ / < ......... aD:kW '1r. I left for Brooklyn TtMtday.Mr. .

'. 1 l,".. _*, ltifi "u4dMqa1Io1a4Jel'u4""- and Mrs. > 4 INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.
: ., ot ........Ie.$. Joseph .Faocett left for d a
-i :;fiff .' tbelr borne io Brtdock, Pa.,Tuesday. I!

1":: ;,' 1:t.i"t '::.\; '.liii Mrs. M.J( Taylor,of Seville,
"" ... ., called to her home Monday on bosineaL Qp'tab..... G.OO _

"-:< "'-!fit.. "h .'f- lenea ...., It.-.17. .****. +Mr. and Mrs. Adbemar Brady,of THtosviUe hid ap capiW l'lrl.i;:::: ::::::: !eoe.aoAvrrags one pl r-

visited friends la TKJLKSACTS 1 -
-jlji- .: a&T..AIeq...
J ;(-' l : T'>;"! few days lad,week. SHam
. .,'.,,.".'" Balking .
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'-_ "" ;"; .COCUA.: Mr. Christo, _Jforton U
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',2.I ... <,'!'.t' )' W.,: 'Little bol'bae..U too ente for. any with pn omo ia., At last \ Largest and Oldest __
:,<- =t -'> ,. Bank on the Hirer.
';.1", i_'1'i '"f.:., = thin" improving aa won as 1 1rKr : I r'
: fI' Exchange! B-night and Sold
:;:;f'( '\:1 a" -..'.s'' .u.._., (1 J., Cosgin Ie sofiering from aa brought home., j ':i : Foreign Coaotriea.ktrooax on All .
h '-/'i 4 (" attack of grip but i* iniproring atUiitwriting. Rev. Hall preached ao LATE *) appreciated Pruffipt unite _

.' '9' "'' ''' mot Sunday morning, Insurance after your polite tftatm..t&Dd every tafOrcIUlaittllwlUI t ';
s .';It; Now it tin conservative bukillllTlllted.OODESroSDD"'tS } ;
has retnraed from "Jesoa Only. After time to
1- t : ){fL R. B. --Holme
: ride St Johns ri fa was held to discuss: church fire cometh and your :
1 w: In trip to the wed to athe Erapir Treat Company. Sm Y, FUrvU _
fl'it er and reporu a delightlol time Word baa been nui" K DANGEROUS Bank.t TJ1JI& tbmpaay.Jackauavtugr.TITUSVILLE&.

f lira.. W 0.. Pattel'lOD/Mrs. 3. A. Chatfield that her 1O -
n t( f. ', i Mra.J. M. McCrady attended undergo another operation doubly ao in neglect ,
r1: .Moore Wd home or store. The .
t ._._ _. .
1 ; her
"" delayed return to ----->-- -
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-, ::" 110 ;', the Palmetto dub tussling Tuesday.Mr ". By others' fanlu
,"b,'K 'R and Ilortiofr definitely.Monday. and insure safety by in PENNEY 4
; .t ?: W..V Rhode IOn & BRANNING
there was an ,
; Mwrftt left Monday for Cincinnati,

.;. -s where they expect to spend the summer. Rockledjre. We expect to WALTON,
1i Froet abroad with his ; FLORIDA. TITUSVILLE
Rer. W. F. Allen held leniaoe in the A
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: to greet the homegoera as -
x It. E. church but Sunday night and a :
::" f native heatb. followed} for a abort 1 I

?t "-'J ./ Rood muse.was congregation good greeted him.. The Mrs. P. A. Shard has of the art. An en rasmonaDie! uiotniersGents1 land

gFs f visit from her mother and. ,
.. Another cold wave swept down upon ui
<< her grandfather and- & was created on
'; f. Monday, not 10 cold, bat fires and wraps other relatives, consisting runaway of E. P. Pol-
: t but it seemed cold after
seven, who left Monday Porcher and daugh FilFilisliers.Y

.\. '.' the beat of Sandy- to Chicago. !, and niece, little Daisy l

: Dr. and Mri. I T. Daniel, with their _
Albert Peck, were
> : Mr. E. P. Joioes, :
< family band guest, ){r. G. L Craven, at )Maine met with a- trap south of Uuckledge The queen quality Shoe fur ladle it the i

1 ? ; tended the piano recital at Hotel Indian Friday evening. He When near the Gar \. most stylUh and durable In the world. In J j

-k River Saturday evening. I the moving machinery took fright and be- I addition we keep the famon Edwin napp and ;
Mr. Forett B., Floyd, of Ohio, who ha and started to ruu.
t Dr.
toes. Hughlett was Shoes. All bigk class good to be
: been In the employ of E. C.JohnaoDI A ed the wounded member : a tree, which took _
found here.
1; bat Teek for the west cwurt for a visit before well be threw both Mrs Porcher Shirts:. & W. Col.
as as can
i f leaving for,the north. out, the horse going lava, Stetson and J nol Hat*. ;
The service and
deal of interest song carriage and the two -- -" .. -- -
: It. wu with a great New Rockledge Sunday ,
that our townspeople read in THE STAR enjoyed by the large rods when it struck zeeiz AnJtbing and everything else that

T last week of the jdealh of J. T. Bawett.Mr. orchestra played their the children out and

t '.t,_J, .. Baasett was for several yean poet. strains and the throng !& vehicle and freed himself men lear Jon can buy here.
for home at a good pace.
master In Cocoa.Capt
y. teal. Mrs. W. E.
4 ton caught the horse and
C. J. Schoontnaker hu gone to sweetly, Just For ToDay.Mr. I his automobile, came D.IL OiDW IPtCUUJ soucrrea.

n DeLand to try the X Ray treatment J. B. Baker, of
f t "' up the suddenly tie-
f: Ii again for cancer. The treatment before who is wintering here with and carried them home, t.-.Io..o.M..o.l:

.. did much good, bat wu not long or thor suffering with rheuma for their experience,

ough enough entity eradicate it. his second daughter, is nerves and a bad scare. I

.: ,. Mesdames Wood i Co ,'who' have been laria or some kindred first that the horse text SCHUYLE&

& r funning the Brevard House.cloeed! i it)Ich.j. expect to return to but Mr. Eby g1 WILSONABOUT 7

: day and left for Atlanta. They did a if Mr. Baker is able to running when he first

good business while here, but it fo said a Mr. Douglas It was a dose call for a

."s 4 dearth In business for a few days led them avenue through his '

= ? tr to believe that the season was about over. of his residence and ; FIRE and LIFEINSURANCE I

deuce lota. He Cured.
I the intermediate
Mias Miller,teacher of '
/ to Melbourne Wed. church people will : a brakeman of Denni
t ; department, confined to hid bed for
''. < because site had not pat the new chapel
ceaday with infUuiatory rh ulUt.-
recovered from her illness an4 thought, make a fine site for the many remedies," he says, 4

perhaps the remainder of the week A gay and festive to McCWs drug store for TITUSVILLE : FLORIDAMASURY'S V

would aid her in recuperating.. Her place the New Rockledge & unable' to Pain use! Balm hand, or at I ,

_i. ,.. was supplied. from the pupils of the high "Fair women and brave week's time way able to TrsrIJt"{ T:

4=5;,, :. school. to chase each other in as clam." For pale I
t Refreshment of lemon 11
1 ; A meeting the stockholders of the
I; were served about 10::D. j 11
: held
t telephone company was at town ITSELF.
I 1. hall last week and the situation discussed. the dance" and joy was 4'I. 3

:I !+ l The cost of establishing the proposed line the stroke of 12. A PAINT. 4 I
participants.A acquitted JudgvSwayne,
: .fi '" was so mucb more than expected that it
..., i itwlf. When it de I
''w: : was voted to abandon the project bt>caU8@f11 scrap between Fronin Why will you risk something that MAYbe Ii 4 !

: I s: .. of lack of funds, and to sell the charter if Arthur Lapham \' U8 not impeach good-PERHAPS-when
you can get ;
to his standard of of ;
Douglass' store the other
possible, and return the funds in hand to

:., t the stockholders. man went home with a and the members. must! l\I.IASUR: : y'S ? j[
the that
a ume
public *
: 110 by a thump big !
\ The automobile U a terror o some oft
1 I the high steppers and also We plodders hands of the clerk, and for ai-quittal would do Known to tie the B st. A word) the *IMt'' For sole by 1 r
thumb under similar circum-
nursing a sore ,
"j.: ; among the equine population of our town from the milkman. Xo house by presenting arti EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO., Ji
1t-: 't and Wednesday of last week when the
lUll pew was restored has shown ilet-1 Itealers in Lumber and Builders M trrul
: t. the phis s-choo-choo: -toot toot came bowl .i
than the about the _
r > fag into town E. C. Johnson's hone executed Mrs. J. \'. B. Prince, i senate 6
and the vote in J. R. WALKER. II B MAn ,
t child Mrs. Jas. Matthews
some feats and when begot through
: : I that the Ifcmofratt
z i :!: the W& demolished and his hare mel, guests of the New Ik il r l standard than the JOHN R. WALKER & CO., i

I nee a wreck-to say nothing of his entertained the Palmetto senates reputation <11 1 1j
afternoon. Cards
.4 \ nemo. were Titusville Fla.
i l enough, this new conC Ii;
-four tables of six hands
Mr. G. I. Craven, who is a guest of nil! further impairs it _
sive. Five dollars and 4
:4 1 l>r, and Mrs. L. T. Daniel, hails fromStaffordshire a-Mitional proof of
I# fl 1 were raised for the Avilah DRY GOODS \
England, has decided to become Tea and other of the popular rltttion ,
a resident Florida. Heexprraea ,
( The entertainment the | ?opleKl\ their 4p
t(1 f wu ,
: himself as very well pleased with the now select their nlt-Ul.
lore of the New lOCklt'l.J .
country and people. Florida welcomes ) the senator will be ease .
L. W. Battentirld mill
; r. all intelligent and cultured people ant week.A a.lilrtMi to cun CLOTHING i
: next
tt : extend the right hand of fellowship nty .
t We trust t he will find Cocoa the best large and ( "

k. ,--"; j ... > |"iacj to make his Iwme.Joiticr cenibied at Hotel Indian GENTS' FURNISHINGS ;
i night to hear PAKj'iale :*
i Sanders held court Tue!' lay Hi
>outif pianist. *
:r- .f' when he had before
-! 1., ;.morning him Wm. exquisite and his t'lpr !
A. Jackson, colored. For
.1' some! reason his interpretation of the SHOES
,.- the etvward at the Tara Mr. Geo. B.Mdrnirp .
r = wonderful fur one > : ,
r saw fit todischanw mid John
catch each
was acute to ; "
lie; *w. This ant'eh'\t the negro and her .
attention \ of Aver's Cherry
threatened to, sham Mr. McOuire, where I MILLINERY
young player was more bedtime prevents
the steward mal
upon promptly rom.i. -
prvciation than the great 2hs of children. ,
.J plaint agiinH him and had him armted.J followed every numb bronchitis. A it.

_: : wte sentenced to tix months on
: had b
pnr-ition to rvpeat
:,,j chain gar.g and Sheriff Brown hu rarri *l audience was satit&i >l. FURNITURE.

1 : him to the exyn of his labors On Wezlnr4ay .

Th. *! ma. jQe .as fairly well attend the parlors of the New li tl ..
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eg.i 1 ..... ll Friday nijbt about t.entycouphrrp ) menial concert was tt' "

appearing naa jo l, but the onlookers chestra by the rum medicine for all We want your yatranasd

;< < } were not o much in e u1''nre-the aIr not &j veil attended by i of the throat, bron

It ( nission price for UJies and the gentle-! would have beta had it and lungs. Sold Our aim is to please YOU. .

:;t 4 ., Darn free kept many ladies away mitboutdoobt tf'r1iol'J!' but !I.rcey! any
years. New Up-to-Date Goods in
: t ; : The isaxpert etjojfd the fun of until a short time k : : A*.,... Ct.rr t>*rtei hs .f every
t.:': 4itU mttAerj of the unknotin" and some commencrmenu however ,..*r t, ooqw Line.
4 p.c..drt.rtra
4t! vf the coktamn were unique. Rtfretht&enU > w a* hvanitv appreciated .*U.Min lSaa...Jlt.c:.,. ...

,.1. 1 were served aDd a drlijhtftxl: eve- Mr. Bt-rmu' otu was l f..f't.1.C.AUtro... Mail orders receive: prompt and :

1: : .' ,t Ding spe&t The orchestra from TttottUe .- paattd applause he resp : for careful attention. :

;.i was at il be t, the music rendered encore. Mr. Marth WM :

lei a was at a j(frn'mm. Now let the prcUe- ed More he commenced I Coughs .

\z .. true give a tugqc Cil and thra cow4larenote4. .boe i the aodieooe JOHN WALKER & GO TitusYille Fla.
el. open with one 01
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1 .. < qaiete playisg. HU : I at bedtime just one ,, :!

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