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 24, 1905


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


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

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

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


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r4wr. I 11I..111II1 f ; Five HI new w and LOcoMonyra.modern locomotive, CIIRRE1 !UCIt, [ICOKIC. SPECIAL OPENING SALE AT KLINE'S. BI1S Of flCl J ISO GOSSIP. a

made by the SChenectady Locomotive MOXDAT, MARCH :7, 1005- Carrot Evets of tae rn..1 Beau
.air" .! lateMM that An 8appslag 8def Ilwttsa ef Wfeat bAW GotI o. Isd
: Work, have been ordered by.the Florida Bleached ready made sheets, ? x DO, Portrayed I. Brkf.
,. ...... Yewa. .t Tatweeltla.A .
Fiat Coast railroad. These engines

b .Dcatos wffl'reaca TitwvitU by Apt. laThe will be used An- hauling freight between pleasant nine room'house for sale. fQ Figured cvnta. lawns in endleai variety of F.Oysters E C. every style and quantity at

finest assortment of Cake, Brad Jacksonville and Miami With ttaee Inquire of Mn. Dodson. patterns, worth 10 cent, special price
Mn. T. Blake Walker arrived
; fidPiea at F E. C. Groovy new engine this road' will be better Do your walls need cleaning! \labuIne 6( cents.Figured. Sunday
'mm 5t. Anguntine for visit with her ..
3 a ,
dm(t court convene at this place tqoipped lha ever. From time to time wilt do it.&oe oar aI. on pate So bat teH new and nobby de- -
father ant mother Oipt and M,.. J..
j next Monday for the regular spring tern. &e ,oooipaoy hat ioctNffd-iLl rolling EXJT COM Lniaxx & Svrru Co. signs suitable for ladies' or children's Pritfhard. ,

sale stock until DOW it baa fifty locomoUvea dreehea, worth 30 cents for 15 cents.
Upright piano tot cheap. Inquire The Orlando Driving association at the
lettuce has been
and several hundreds of both going out from Sanford -
pasmoger White India linon lawn, worth 20 centseprcial
track in that is holding a
Hopper city J
In carload tots this
ThisMrL and freight are.GUILD and week KM +
15 cent
series of race! this week at which there the beginning of carload shipments ofcelery
Also another lot worth 13 cents, special
: Matbewn, of JopUer, i* stopping XOTXBTAIVZD. wilt be some very interesting events.I. from that point '

there lor few weeks occupying rooms in 10 cents. 1
Wifcon. The ladies guild was charmingly entertained W. HARPER WHISKEY pronounced Persian lawn, nice sheer quality, worth Call at Titusville Livery, at nay of
the bona with MIL B. R.
L i by Mrs P. Kelson,assisted by Mes- by world' best experts, the 25 cents for IQlcenu. Ilobbina' Uw offic#, for stylish rigs.

r Mia Fannie Badge returned last Friday damtt J. and P. Sondergaard on Friday world' beet whiskey,vsnd prize-hizhwt Wash organdie, 32 inches wide, worth Leave your orders for hauling, both duu-

lt afternoon from a ,!*tt of two week with.iffi award a toni World's Fair. Sold by ble and J. M. 0.Un
afternoon last I at the home of Ute 40 cent for 25:: cents. biogV. proprietor,
ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Bodge.Oontractor R. L. Motlow and F. A. b+eley.
; #. 1 former. There were. quite a number Bubinet 1"indorortain8., with ruffle Mr. and Mn. G 'o. S. lurll!!, of Terrvi'le ?-

E- ,P.. J. Han bu some eitet :' present and all seemed to enjoy them- Mr. and lira J. A. Taylor, of Shiloh, and lace insertion, 3 yards long, special Coun., who> hahern in Ti'unilkt

i( ; he work ,to be done out atMajtown, selves: to the fullm extent. stopped off here the first of, the week on $1..19 per pair.Nottingham. several months, stopping ..ithl,*. C.

. which he wiii Mart at the first. of next Recitations and readings were given by their way to City Point for a visit to their lace curtains, also 3 yards Collin, left yr.trnday morning for their

:,f;..,; w\. several of the guild members and also, aged aant, Mn. Dixon. They expect to 'long beautiful designs, worth f'.tR per home.

: Citrus rtoek frown on high pine land. by some ol the dl ton preeent. )In. J. return home tomorrow. pair, special $1.29. Mr. S. K.: Rice, of tide plan, has tn

:t. : Indian River Nureerlet. established 1886 Sondergaard and Mrs. Denham favored County School Superintendent J. R. Curtain wide, 36 inches wide, in figures acres of tomatoes in the fanxxu T trnbulihammock

1'.i : Send for eatable, Toledo and Weelt the assembly with sweet songs, which or polka dots, worth 25 cents for 15
north of Tltuivilie that
Walker paid a viet to the school at Fort ,
Palm Beach. were mach enjoyed. cents. r'G
Dram[ this week leaving Sunday afternoon are doing finely. He expects to ship
: Mr. and Mn. Geo. M, Bobbin enter- In a twenty minutes' contest of deciph for Fort Pierce, then Uavelina>overland Ladies' oxfords! made of the bed quality within the next few day

waec boat of their friendt an oyster sting the names of the capital of numerous of ,ici kid, the noted make of Drip
a and will arrive home tonight Mrs. Isaac Denby of Xw York city
roast the boulevard in front of their European countries from given I letterswhich pt'nJ"1{ & Dittmann worth $,5.ft), epic ,
and Mra. H. M. Creww f S, J.
(> Orange
f.. last were arranged In the moot confuting Mr. W, Z. Haymans, who has been interested sal $:: 49. ,
place with their brother, Cul. Wt-tmore of this
t order, Mrs. W. M. Brown was the in the turpentine business at I..lit tan oxfords, made of the best ,
Mr. R. L. Motlow shipped a lire Fieri- place, paid THE STJH offu-ea raaant
: most successful, getting sixteen out of Maytown for two or three years past, has quality of Russia calf worth $3 50, tpto (
Ii : da fox to his home in Tennessee last week. call one afternoon last wick
4 nineteen the number given Mrs. Adhe- purchased two tu pen tine farms near Jennings !sal l.M t3.Rrittiautine.

-of The animal will be wheu kept Bob up for the home poret mar Brady following with fifteen. FU., and expects to move his family skirts, tailor made in navy Hon. F. M. Hudson, senator from this
: of fox chaw
a goes
poet The proceeds for the afternoon from the there this week. blue, b'arkor, brown, worth $5,50,special 13U senatorial dUtrict, leaves his home
y" this aammer.Mn. at Tibbals this! week for T..II.t.&IIIIt'e.11
sale of refreshments and fancy articles of U US.
Mr. and Mr*. G. W. Davis, of Macon,
} Fish
Stayvennt a prominent communications relative to legislative
1 amounted to over ten dollars Ga. who have been here about two Aim another lot made of a still better
J'N.. .. York society woman,,is advertising their friends Mr. and Mn. grade of brilliantine, pleated skirt, wortn matters, therefore, from now on should \
weeks visiting ,
I reward of fOOO for the return of a dia Sectional and cotton FELT, also returned home Unfortunately [.50 for |5 49, in all theleadingliales. be addressed to him at the capital city.

mond necklace with ax large diamond, cot and crib Matreeset! Prindle, Mrs. DAVIS yeaterday.ill most of the Lontdale domestic, yard. w ode, 12 yardsfar Five of the fishermen of this town ,
IoU M Palm Beach.Matjn. Jockey club Extract, special 60c. ot., was
|100. went to KisEiuimee yesterday morning,
also Violet and carnation time of her stay here. 1
Pierre 8.Titot and Eon Rice Sectional Elastic Bookcase | Men's neglige shirts, cuff detached, hoping that better lock will follow

; arrived home last week from Colombia, Picture enlarged. Ask about it.FURNITURE Major C. M. Biogham, of"Daytona has made of an excellent quality of madras, the-... They were Frank Loalslana. M, r

; S. C., where they spent a week or ao.t DRY HOOf, SHOES been promoted to the porUion of lieutenant worth 75 cents and il.OO, special price of PtjCUplenryl""Yltt, Johnnie Gold and

They will return to that Ute again next CliaA.. Gardner, Titusville; Florida colonel of the rVvoad Rrgimeat 50 cents. r..t Gruber. We predict they ill br'hack

,,,' month fr' Short white.Mr. of the Flotilla Blare Troo S. Capt JohnB. LadivV 24 inch umbrella, made of a la Titunviile in less than a month.

t and Mr*. Mathiaaen and daughter, CHUKCH NOTES. Parkinson snctve la Colonel Bingham good qnahty of .irlorueilk, finpaMOrtinent Mr. C. C. Hcndernon, wife and IOU ami

? of Keypad, N. J., who have been stopping Right Rev. Bishop Wm. Crane Gray, as major of the Second Battalion.Mr. of handled, worth f:2 00 for fl 49. two daughter, of Morreewluro, Trnne-
alined 1e)1. will hold
4 at RockledgB for a time.nt part of by J. H Ludwig, of New York city, I tadit leather crushed hells, coreage ere, w ho hue been in Titusvill since the
service in St. Gabriel church
: laat Friday and Saturday here, the gums Sunday the leading member the Ludwig Piano hack with corned buttons to match, in middle of fkcrmberclued t to love the

1.' of Capt. and Irt. P. Nelson. evening at the uutl hour. company, spent a part of Friday and Saturday white, black and brown, something entirely last of next week for their home. We

j Mr, and Mn. H. C. Brace and daughter All are cordially invited to be preventat in Titusville to meet the proprietorof new special (Z) cents. trust that they are not having. om state s

f of Chicago, who spent the winter sea- the services in the Titusville Baptist the Indian River Music! House, who La-lies' silk girdles latest importations too early aa they came' t here on account M

'" IOn here and at Clifton, where they have I church on Sunday, March 2tUh, at 11 I. has handled the Ludwig piano for several in black, brown and while, worth $I 00, of their nun's poor health rEx

t l quite an improvement, left the first oft m. and 7:30 p. m. Bible school at 10a. years. Mr. Ludwig came to Florida to spinal 50 i-enU. -1'resident Grover Cleveland) atrompanied E
m. Howard B. Gibbons pastor. his at Jmkson We will also place on sale about seven
for their home. etpmafly meet patrons hit
this week hy Dr. Bryant, of New York, jphysician
Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach and con from here toNew styles of ladies' shirt wains, just srrived .
\i, )lr. and Mrs. T. G. Rollins, of Raleigh, I vile and tins place, going new will spend<< three weeks in
.." duct divine worship in St Pauls Methodist OrleautThe in plain whit and figured got'liis.pri"s ,
Miss L6iier Horida. Mr. Cleveland
N. O., and their sister rt'\'t'ntlYlUfft'1'l"t1
church, Eau Gallie, Sunday evening, I ranging (row 94<.vnt to (1 OM,
pent from Thursday to Monday herewith party from West Virginia that has a mere' attack of gout and ia Ukinz thin
Mch.tith 7:30. Mr. Hawk will Mail orders promptly filled on of '
, Dr. and Mn. Rollins the Messrs. at been spending March at R.c!eland with any pleasure trip to retuperate. If* will flat

. Hollies, being brothers. The party had prey h at ,Methodist church, Sunday 0>1. H. D. Ruffuer, expect to return the above good Jrurs HUM, ten to Stuart, and from that |>oiut start t

f been visiting Miami and Palm Beach. morning at 11 o'clock. home some time next ftk. Mr. McKinstrrv. Titus\ile! Fla. Ins fishing and hunting rxrureion.Mr. .

r! Senator' Gunden.. of West Virginia, has Saturday, Mch, nth 1905 annunciation .' one of the party was railed .-- ..n.';..<>. I'. Irwin. wlto tae UnIndian ___._.n. Ia

,Ii' ; ordered a cruising- yacht for another waoo of the Bleawd Virgin Mary, St. Andrews home on account of busmesM matters, an.11 l FISH PULLED HIM OVERBOARD ; ungthe River hotel at this

! t in Florida waters at a met of about Fort Pierce: morning prater at Mr. Northcott, whoetill remains with I>rtuthne Mr and Mrs. John Met, of Michigan, plaothis seaion fr Mr. lUrt, left yesterday

| $20,000. Commodore Monroe, of CocoaI 9.30 a. m., holy communion at 10 a. m., ( and family has just reoeited ape are Flopping in town fur a fe* ,day. >>alunlay for Indians where he will remain

ant Grove will design and build the evening prayer at 4rTO; p. m. Third Sun. pomtntf aa collector of internal revenue Mr. Met *pear.>d A hum fiats 01 until the first werk in May,

f ame. The new boat will be 72 feet day injnt. Mch. ::IVth ;\nJrt.tI, Ft for West Virginia.Ve i about 40 the from the rsilr- wharf that thence hhawnev! Colorado where he

t 4 water line, 13 Itt& beam 31} feet draft, Pierce, WUt''nl.oly morning praveratlla, in.; AllSainte ondenund from goof authority pulled him off the high pial e into the will bt in charge ofShawner IuJe again!

f auxiliary to be driven by a 50 h.p. Craig COIDman- that .apt. I' Nelwn, of Boat Tituavilie, river spraining hie left Ankle sevt'rrly. for the coaiiiijj wniruer
inn, with sermon at 10 )0 ,
t. gasoline motor. has bought an auxiliary schooner ftAnd- however, he still heM U) the line and At Miami i I last wek W. K. )U...:..", by
i Tibhals-rlden.: evening prayer at 2-)) p.
T A letter from Mn. J. M. Dixon, of m. SmiCrt next wtn-k at M. -\IIt.lIt''U. ing on Nflftw's "aYII at Ins shipyard l.ndc.lli. bid tWi. pii .IInl guilty! t/, the citar.... of Awmutt

the doctor and kit -- with intent In kill and hy t"
Jacksonville, states that The boat is about :iI.ft't't over all 12 I J'fO'IJ\"ipl
Wedi Mch 2l th lal-
rJ Fort IVrw, >mliy, ,
l* Mrs Dixon, both, have been ill with lat aoy at j:3\tl p. m ; Friday Mch. 3ht. holy beam light draft cap al.ut 9l ton. i NOTED COWBOY ORATOR.tilhert remain permanently. outs le the ]',in*>l
f'. : grip- They wy Titusville is th*health- communion at 10 a. m; rondnnaiion She is filial with two eight hO"'I.r i ( Aldeii, the noteil OIW l.,) i>rt'r >. pun of the e\erttt juldalorcult. wa.

V'i..*& town in the state Mrs. I). add that ea.a at 3'15 p. in., and evening pr.jtr at *>rgine!'. Murray & TrrrthA, IIA. a light !j iiupepvnAtor And rifle hot, anal JJnulareda. fortunate enough u, ...-ure a euip nine f

i they look forward with much interest fort 4:3.: > m. plant! and all up to date'III' the ai-icirl mufic.aii sod riHetf of rna >: The a.aaJtt" Ie ai tl uutt..1I .

Saturday morning's mail which br.ncs' p. We undrr"Und the captain H U> take A j. >t, pt\e their wtid west entertainment I upi'ti Mr. John i4ci '. tract,, >.f leant Paaa t

$ them Tux SnR. which tells hem of the SOHO RECITAL. trip down the river A.. won j\JI he CAn get m the O|.TA l hour last nijht l<.> a tern :: !:- >, w I h<. w Mdfli forwrriy a partner" m the '

,. whereabouts and doing* of their g\:.>d Ti- the bat launche, which wit l) U- in a few' "m&1I!l AUiienO The fklit lit threw p<.. 't tni-in-w with Healy
I,* tusville friend, Mi',* Ida G ggrtlitll, of New York days. !; pe! m "ln' >tDir and Unit thromz I* : After a tHY peasant visit hre of ***'

William J. Henry a mail clerk betwwnJarksonull city. w ho hu Un wnn mng rKiu':* At onderfil, while their other VArinl' feAtnre ..ral! Weeks with (-.c. aud Mm/ P. Kei-

I _* and Tampa has been the several hotel on the Florida e&icu&st I%\ 1T.\Tn wen very s'..1. 'r'AI'tI'l morning ion, in wth Titot ;Ur, Mr and Mr*.
,r this eaoniitrrUiiml A emit!l hotappnrcnative To the l.l!f'O> of TII"1'! Grt"nr,1 : .. .
i indicted on the charge of taling A registered I tn cal! :. 11 ill) cot permit ocr ;, in'art; ) fu.ierAt IVu-r Smder/AAH started on tttrir r.
the hoar oxinlecnrd.AilyinTUe yon
letter containing *:,(U) in )ney. At opera in Anti inspect our stop k e f 'ho',.. by fir; 1 I"Inn. turn tome to Kryi"nt. N, J. Monday
1Ve4nraLty night. Mist C lanyard mornu
-" Balms that the TAmp portortice thr preltit!'t linfew shown in .
Henry delivered him a packAge of rtvi-'t\l six tngs; of well known merit fmilur *- rt>uuty. We Late a U-T* nk (>f 11:1:I tr.elA ; runt !'>.'Lt; ('tit:.... cult CAIIII. tfr 1U.1.'JIUV."lyu.l IU (., M Jatkwarihe ,

: people four I to thrne musically! inclined. he >-t 'oxordll. in AI n.krs, in the (2'1...'n I > n v, a-rei of gi huh land on to ur 1. tide 1"1. Jol'lIII flirt
/ term mail cwnuioihc: only envelope p.xewxws a sweet yet jwwrrful to:.-\' martin {{,lAhtr, .h.n have A t..-atifj! ht\t" of' the "",,1 or oo-aa tide <>f the Indian nm : 1\fIt'. .t.ut' tt.ev .aparatrd. it.. fnper
l and he fW't'ipk'J for five. Wherlwojmed Mir lhi ..hil"- od.)td Tu iw them tab' o xatl At the Narrows, demnhrd AS 'Jllou: tat coin; &>nh vu tom and the UUefMr by
find r the roeu.'pnoo nspf itly ;i \V. | tl.t'1D aU
:; the same he was amazed to them. i :No. 3, ctlon 35. A'-W: k>t No 3, ctson (bhlp u>(4u .e IdAM
r Rudy \ kindly rendered the A.romjaniaieDls Tltun'llk Ib contend ery At Pxx\n A BaM'i: ", i "lain III
four. The Tampa ropl 36, in "')11 Dhip3l: outh. rarer ca.'t.Thu
t only five.SOT1CKTOTMK. i on the piano for Mae CVsn....- The CVthtrs and Furnjsherj i Und it unimprotrd bet Early loCAie I '. ,

, that there were hat that night in her \1."UII perfect style ----, --- !! <.!. For further pArticuAr! Ad 5re..s ; t r.l tl.

! f rrBUc. and aciTj-tab'; manner. Slice ni Putt"%Lt:. E M. Low, : Victor talkIL1IDacr.u.e rlu ae dnA ,

< of )1 C. C Iin,, cun- i Bmcklon, MMS.I co records wail! -. Bern a.>y toast, i
The r!
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I shall has in some nxt prominent property
I have opened a gnxry store and )! tang rsttnt otorne'scare ttUilJinj Itr..! holder of the i... kjr samba kt (',..., AIlrxnou'n fi
hou in the churcheeof Jacksonville wJ Ate ;
r : A restaurant and boarding rrruurxntbust cep-txjate jUlI4'' fanuebillJ I -
dariitrgandtrnc.rland ;
I building, at the corner of 1!! Park The re '\ fir Wednesday evening : IIou.rTitwaw.tlel'ia, 'h.e
, t lSCtimgeour and bury 1''II\("* known A- thr 1t: C.-r r1f-tor.>, t-O.I.Ja' at.s., ...eentrrn t_t !lflZ. cuopo wttre
! ;: lain ttrert and Washington avenue I II bop followed\ the Bung rrciuLNnj'e (lilt' of the rrt d* iraWe prcprrtin in roao-i Ujtlwndr. painted -hl;. bt .-i f eolkrit the paironaw of the public i I of Tit nilit-. rr.t C.Ulla and hear the Victor play &H
i. Slt: M. L PEA I'I'I the town torn red, men ifttidr, wBtinfi front the taut l band 1UUk' &
I the north of C... Thor
comb white leghoics are my dock lit ia. -Uyan
i .. 1 1i I. breed that fit! the egg ba ket. U e are I >urice.Not.w : r&r*>n. March 9th. A li( I-' '_' COMK ; .ehng ecjrs for hatching from cur ttPotirar 1 I is Lfft-b11t1feO tball will apply ill t* pas: j for her Mum or information I %1t II.I I

i To the Tiw vi e Blacksmith.hop to I per a' 'I lO per IS11'ooDwn I the bard of eons cf the state of that wail > *i tu her rt'm\UI. I Ct.icit'U fur lull)[(. t'1 erac s.
work done The only eirn- Yar., I I J. Carttsaxr.L'ro WI.. li l'a usau.,
t let TOUr I FWulAonpnTlh.! r t),, or M arnttxeater
I.' enona Waek' nith in ,,>.:.. All workcunnte ., teW&rr, FU. a* my apdkaUun cab I* hrirti, .w. k1&. : J..a..urt.c, Fli.IlittklMITH a ,
attecdedto. !
! .' *! and promptly tln u1bf in for a pardon for theofien- "murd in loft' 11). i .,11 Of.Mk .
Work done cheaper FOX &ALX AT A BAKOAIS. ... the first degree with jwcBax-&d tioa v>
.: the town. Also unning. plumbing the and ilbfeatkamith After April 1st we will c&r 10 p..J. the tocrtt of the court," of which I sat : Tt.: !!.arr' t" bat AtJ PJiht. Mca be : fuu'l brgtt I do at: kurJ Clf t cl.mohh .

.eoeraJ r siring dome at COOK all, milch 03.i>r sale, all fresh since Jin. : convicted and 'Q&t-DCt'J in the nrcu.t ! your own frirp. Card for and watn tore tJ..e:16ltJ
(= Strip Come one, 1"for p&mcaUr ddm*. i mart of Bfevard coa&Iv Fnd4 on I4c. : bar.tine pares, etc. ,-\d.Jrt1II lxTutz :n. ;:oJD reiairu. Call aril e.; Uo.:.
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THE FLORIDA STAKEaw The.r. t idea of the Con aia V Three yean ago anarchists :lad the
least la cot the protection of con- assassiaatioa of rulers were the most i
J e 4 stt c pottoAc*at TJtatrille M tae bat the regulation of coodltfoo abominable things that could ears *

.- ... *.sd-elMi lull natter.rt. under which production and distribution nation In the eye of the people of this

, : Vf. ..< u. Waser. UJto'.M hWlAker.i are carried on. By educatingand country. They hadn't a defender. Because tpe

I ;, :'. FUB'.laHED EYEBY FRIDAY MORKCiO.FEB directing public opinion the league It Is some other body's ox that

a f. eCtiAC1a1'r1oN.else AD"; hopes to effect co-operation and make Is gored in 1905; there is a condoning of I-

i1.: 75 asm run six nxoxTaa.r the burdens of workers easier. One ; anarchists and their deeds and a 1
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of the evils aimed at U late hours of smirking approval' the means employed .00'A
= _,. I.rtisLsa Kate FftrUhdIt ..
''it; ...A.;',':., pUcatlea. hopping, which entaU long boon upon by anarchists to punish hated

;'t', '''. ; .'. the employee of retail eatabl hml'Dts. i rulers and governments. It the spirit E
be understood that neither
; taut clurijr
;t:, ; Tilt STAB nor it* editor U responsible for Carelessness la giving addresses where b kept alive In the world It will strike

!. opinion expressed. by correspondent. goods are to be delivered thus causing this country as often as any other.
-- .. needle and vexatious work for the The better, the government the more

i AppoaaUoK Forty Years After. employees ia another matter which the the anarchists bate It. Sure Cure fotRh Sprains ssmatiunc Wounds, (Old, f,

Appomattox x may be reviewed today league will Impress upon Its members. Song Earns Buakscs,

U a war event having a peculiar dis (The national league Includes fifty- The Russian cruiser Lena IncidentIs QaBs. Bruises Contracted Mud. Lama Back Stiff JcbU

tinction. The verdict of April 9, iSflS, eight cqu utlona. located in twenty- not yet closed. Three officers of the Frosted Feet. Bums. Scalds, ate.

y: has proved a final one. At the end of ODe state AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdues Icflaanution. -
vessel who broke the parole to the and drives out Pain.PENETRATES .
forty yean its portent. a factor in United States and are now In Russia the Ports loosens the Fbrotn'iiasna,
human destiny stands out no less boldly Ia commenting upon the literary triumphs the Muscle j

will of course, 1* returned to nominal promotes a free circulation of the Blood givir*
than that of Yorktown which is of Lew Wallace the Atlanta ;
natural e & tiaty.
captivity: In this country and their
nearly a century and a quarter behind Constitution says: BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH
government may be called upon to
+" GL The motive for the great etmircligiou ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED ..
make reparation for this breach of
The Judgment of history upon decisive story of Ben-Hur" came to the author
after a tral btforwara talk with lager faith. SCIATIC RHEUMATISM
tattles must often be ambiguous IOU on the subject of religion and the existence I

,, and inconclusive Waterloo crushed of a God, and it was to refute hi*
The west having some young men to
doctrine and show the human
purely probability Mn. 1;. A. Simpson, 500 Craig St.. Kaoxtffle.
L but that for which the
Napoleon of a God man that tbe treat novelist spare, at least some who think they Tenn. writes .. have been trying the baths oJ
undertook the of the
ds mighty Corsican stood-Napoleonlsm work that has been preparation translated Into almost can be spared, Horace Greeley's InJunction Hot Springs. Ark., for sdstic rheumatism bat Igtt I

erected its front again and had to be every known language. has been changed to "Go more relief from BalUrd's Snow Liniment

dethroned et Sedan thin medicine or anything have ever tried
once more fifty any
south man south the south
Tbe sale of the book Li said to hens young go
t' lacloxd find postofficc order for f 1.00. Scud na
five after Waterloo. Even
years yet twenty-five after being Cuba. A visitor who has just .
great as ever, years large bottle by Southern I Esprcss.

publican the Bonaparte France.specter hovers over re its appearance. Its succesa was phenomenal 'returned from the Island lays To a THREE SIZES : '23c, sac AND $1.00BE

young man who is willing to work no
s In every way, the aggregate SURE TOO GET THE GEMME
It la difficult, too to determine the
offers better
place opportunities"The
sales 1 reaching 1.0UO.OOO copies
precise period In the development ofGreece Ballard Snow Liniment Co.ST. .

s' Y' when second Marathon
l > .<- a was The manuscript readers in the latest president of a famous old college LOUIS. U. S. A.
!? : Men to be Impossible and the decisive
solicits of secondhand dress
prize story contest cast aside ninety-five gifts
4--n: character of the marvelous victory won
stories out of every hundred after five suits to the boys at his institution. Of
i by Miltiades became manifest And
minute reading. In explanation one of course the clothes will forthcoming.
Yorktown may have to be fought over
the readers said "If a writer has anything EO all there is to do about It is to voice SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
before the fate of North America is
decided.! Hut the cause that went down to say be will begin to say it congratulations on the chance to learn" RED CROSS PflARMlCT, TITDSfttLE, tad EAU COLLIE PHAWUCT. EiO GILLIE

in the first thousand words that he how to be graceful In swallowtails and
Appomattox was lost forever Sons
writes." Some literary critics go further not act like some folk who affect
q of Yankee and sons of Johnnie may
' than that and insist that the first them for all sorts of occasions and Southern Railway.
one day come: to blows but not over
paragraph should contain the gist of never seem at home in them.Invaluable .
the apple of istft. They may shake .
the The might -- ---
story. paragraph EFFECTIVE >Ucs, ItMM.
hands across some new bloody chasm .
--- '-' -.
be but If writer holds out for .th"ulllalbru. -- -
misleading a
't but the chasm bridged by Grant and No. 30 No. : : \... 4.Dlail
}L Lee Is filled Into tbe level with ada well for tWO words the chances are I have been suffering fur the pas-t fe. ,."_,_'l iI UI' .He/weenJ.rk.oarllseanJ_ \w loik. lMily,1, !IiNy

I that the story bas merit years with a severe attack of r.nmttii'm! 755 pj.'''''- >* 50 LvJaik.onvillf.Fl4. .. fc). I:,.. Ar. Y (*) i ... t M P
mant. and found that Mallard's Snow Liniment 1215 a'...... 1!'loop I I.Y.NfannahO..... ...... So. Uy. Ar. L o a _. ae p
, L- Appomattox was not a sudden crushIng "a> the only thing that gave me ratis-fAP- Yaaa--------: iY41pIAr.'ha! .-lotteX. t'------. to-Kj> l.f./ 'Y9Ati la.

of the defeated which forced tbe A -Star of Kmplre" light should t.* lion and tended to illt" late my psine. .etp.v... -=1 e5va'IArlLkhmood_ : .: V*_ -o'jir Lr: .: :'ISIS .;-- 1IIep

reluctant cry. "Knougbr It was a the next thing; in order to balance the March 21th, 'er!: John C. IVjrnan, Km 9\01' .-. ."UU"i j i Ar.W hiull U.ltl... .". Sii.KTLv. 'WM 'I ewe p
Liberty light on the Atlantic coast Of man, III. 25e., 5+) -. und f 100at lied 1125 p------- lei 3da : Ar.tUltimore.Md.P.. K. K I.v. 6I1ai.. ., @la p
sequel to fighting not Itself a fight a Crocs Pharmacy and Kati: tiallie Thar SS5 s| ......J H pl I Ar I'biUdelphU... .. .IV !_ RLY. 3 a Sa p
climax foreseen for months and for course the Pacific ,08et Is the place for Imac)'. !*>_ ...uJ i ,4 15 pi I Ar Xw York. \.Y, . P U. K I.v '1t..I. .Iassp
f it, and the Lewis nuLl Clark exposition I .. .-- -" '- -. .-- .._._ .. .- M _,
< which both leaders and both armies
XVS3 and 31-"New York and FluriiU\ Eapre.a" Ih ily l'aU M. iirotrt.a L."
managers have perhaps unwittingly for lltrr Mitjr Yean.
' .
bad rehearsed
their respective pjrts. Car brtwern JtekfemtiUr and New York.NKI. .
After Gettysburg the south knew that located the site. They will st up Mrs.Yjiislijws' Southing Syrup ha W snd SO-"VMbioKtoii and Hurl. UIIII..L.' iblly 1'nllaM I>..*... Mow,
on Mount Hood forty miles from the been iwd I for over sixty years by 'uiihon !' 1t-epina &r twtwre riackrlnviile and New York
Its cause was hopeless and after Gettysburg of mother fir their children chile teething =.:-..:::::. --_: -

the north knew that one dayit exposition ground. a searrhliKht visible with fierfect eiiCifM1. It the 1,3 rliruuKbHTli Land of lie Air." "I'. ri _
would dictate 200 mllf away. Mount Hoo Hover chill softens the gum, a'tattf' ail |.sin, '"I' '.
terms '
to unquhh"lllbn'thrrn. -
i 11.(<<) feet above the level of the cures wind colic, and is the tt f'\'Ult"h' i' V; I'.VJ rk:">!.. .'l.-------------------------------------: : :: : : SA % Ar. .. a

for diarrhora. It will relieve the l! 15 It Lv. KV4uimh,. .........:._......._.....__.........Jia.. %. Alrat! a
Appomattox. when It came partook sea, and mariners will to able to tu* immediately. !Sold: by drUJ jioolittlefutferer sea a'!, Ar. Columbia.S C---------------------------------------- ". i*. i II s
Ian p! Ar. A\t.nJlle.!I NC.-------------------------------------. I... < .
tbe light when l'J3 miles off the coast II.
is, of the nature of a national lore Lri-tsineverypart of the world. Twenty 237 pi| Ar. Hotj.ricx NC------------------------ ?.. '. wally. J*. .MM

feast There was no wild triumphing five rents a bottle. IV: sine and a k f,r 11.1' p' *r Kh1. \iII.Trbn.,......._..... . .:.. .. .....-. .S tt. ft*. U.a ei a
Stillwell ".Yr!!. tVins1t)\\'s Siothing and *> 13 a Ar. Cinrinnsli. .
Harry Edwards a Georgia Syrup, ;: OUiu. AC I.* I'S
for long delayed an dearly bought(' tike no other kind.TTtf : ':"""' :"":':=':' ';;;'::::..: _,;:,_=::-. -=- p
tory had discounted Joy. There was no postmaster, who tnrtdpntully wins big S'IIi.I and 3w t'utlnun hrawiog .IOD\ and ito\ the t4tepItgCast 1c4.... ......"1.. 1541fit.
anj rakes I",ui". daily.
literary prizes in publishers' j .
mourning, for a lingering death had I ... .-. ..-. -..--.----..--.-.-..--. -..." .
dulled the of Lees (checks come to the fore with aprojeot .. _,_ ---
p!f-- >c pangs sorrow for internal development lie I --... ...... No. 13i i! >t>rlb ..... tt *-.Uh ; Re. p.
white .
flag was a truce with pain. It
: would have the government construct I III *f/ of-...'"j*> Sit of Yacht 0J fval- :.... 7 <5pi I.Y.Jaek.avdle, <,. Ry---------------------' *"b3lJ ; t. s
t'Overt'the victor a* well as the van h et'Sr.uhd
li.tWr.y .. ..... ) ai Ar. >Ievlu. Sj. 1y------------------------ L. YISa
t- quished. chain of inland waterways bIDt'aUi I .- 520 al Ar. tisata. 8<,. Uy. ... .. -.. .. . L* it ViLv
g The true of of new canals and existing riven and P.UODER;: . gus,! ir.rhaltran-Iga, wr.1y-------------- P
> meaning Appornattox I ;
clearer the nation in lakes. Since! everybt cannot Ixate j HOW-TO BOOKS 7 W pj; _:Ar.t'\\ ri..lJati.! gnernSrrr.tsntt: -..:.:.:... -_" :.' L* MIca4
grows as waxes i 8t>) p' 1.v. C rinrtDMti, hie Four Monte ... .. 1.\ 719 f
.'Onst>quenl't". Hut for Appoiuattox along natural water emir"it seein nvr .> v- '- i ,:. .. .." ,,,* I >oM .. .7 Ids! _.t!:ttieairo, __ __. liitf.fear I:o.te Lv a Ica *y 'I
.. ,
not only fair but a stroke of l>uineM pmttj min. r t. >-" ecstu. align 1'1c'
there would be no great American r'. (:)r'. : ..1 r..y.... 'i..l: Ae'.d ... fl3.J J 1.'iurinnati. I'CBO. Lincar ti tt a
power today. The twentieth century policy to take the water to the Inland "....-: : ,' .1 r....' ,.. ,... .; ...!>ot I! IS .'.1 "__ ? 10 III;j A r. CLicago. _---.lrou. hors. -;: .-- :::: :. I.* cap f

legs and Grantv fiord ns and Sher settlements.A h"r lu :..... II. 1..1 t. rate::.ilce.. .. ... 8 U pt| I... (1\ ('. n".t u -) __ Ar ? .tt *

I HOW TO DJILD A filtER FOR (:0r ... .. 7S.rC"hkai": r..11.k n.-I. I., sae p
manhf'rll1an" and Stuarts, have a t*..-. .- ; *. ..***,.J"_.. ... :.. eta {> LT'tarranau. .'.JI.\I.-rrrJt...ft''r T '.i 4Lv
newspaper controversy bas broughtout : '""r.o'.'/a' u.I.t. : .t..lou.'t, LM..NWHo.Y .. : Ar T .Mo.729s
common passion as well n* a common 520 t < r H 4DC. hd. eat II m ;>
the fart that housekeeping economy TO DUILD A SKIPJACK .. Ar. Drtmit H. A l> -)[Mob. {:car. L, loon
lIa;:. The" burden of their mingled 1 1r' pAr
% ftn l r T *- I i-trlyanaliwrrt
Ii made difficult by the tricks and -r ..a (.. ... .*-,:.;J..-.*"W jjt."urwn .:: ,,80,' Lv.l'iurinnaU. Von Lines Stu ..
shouts Is {'nlon: "Sail vail oh. .
on, on. .
greed of fancy packers. "Fancy" 1'I I j. f i I t ; tj tu.i2now ... ..- 5 SsAr._ :.Ptiabaric._ ___ lean LiM l.. 11\ I.
J: ship of state" U the sons of every piople. TO BUILD.A RACING tLCO :-.. -. K 3*) pLy. tbdmiti. WFW; :: .. . Ar II 1M a:

:. but "Sail! on. oh. Union, fctron,; andgreat "fancy" l>acnn, "fancy" butter are ......Xa"tw.-.i.. .. \. .iB-. _I.,.tt-.. .1.. ...., ... 14.,..a.rh._ ._.. fi n.r IrvrUnd. HI* F oi-...... ... t, r as p

I ," applies to but one "){Tinder held at prioes ont of sight and the I tL .. .. :. 531)pLy.. I n"r'r......:..... .. r Ar 16 W .
plain article are of the ia i .ret>t quail HOW TD:: PUILD A MOTC1 LAUNCH. .. J* W p \r. I/rabvillc. fs. KjrSo .. ... __ ... h I.. T Srt *
the sun. Un.j .r 1'n -_*rwt.Ia..t 732 Ar, .
Men may change flags but human ty. Not alon.In b.u"M. In a sx a ,H.I"'IJIa. BjrXM. _---_ -_ .".-:': -. -- I., !" I" f

passion is Ineradicable. Federation of and In diversion, but also in fond the i HOW TO,.BUILD. i A. rCCA30UTHCW ,. 13 and 11-1'11" FlwvU Lt it"J," Hilly 110I14 \'...... Tnur. TI1"oOI" Ire
t. "" t--t ;
ibach.and Pullman Isrpug (itn n"-.. .
., Jade mvdle tad O"'U.atl
wparabl state went down In a consuming great cities are liecomlng more and i ".n..1HOW --..-. .-- -... -

fire.! The Indissoluble Union more exclqxlvt'ly: for the rry rich or :j jtbe I A,1.rrt TO EUU I,.It tl i r A( a-..MCALCftAUOHT; .". DM .... ..... _-SLOOP...... No 3 : So. U .ir......... ...,""...'..l...... Aaaaaatltr. V. 1st 4". .

of separate states arose from the ashes.Before very pt14.r. The mM.Ut'cluot/ U i 554. t pYM : .:-:-::-:.. -Lv :jMkvmvtil Fla '- -
HOW TO 6'JILD A FLATTIt OR 5APiCf 7 W p> K>. By5S 'r'n'i I
the world date from York not catered to. .. .. > Ar AtUut U. i
we *'! t--'' I.- -* ,** t'*; ) & K ky I. .
.... III.!
l.a.f& *5 t* Iv \< ri -.r' .. H t' \r.nlnrIIQ ham.Aia.. H., I
town; between ourselves, from Appo a .iJ I. '.f !
1.1mant.. .>tt's ajKilocy for overturn HOW TO BUILD A M3Ctl YACHT ..... 05 i> Ar ilemibi. Trot, FriwAr t I'.
mattox. A -*"oa'i. % t a..t ....card S 4. I Knu < uy M>. Fri.,.. .
tie ...44 .. :' 1 sl3
ice fabric of estaWNhed Christianity t .a i . .

was needless.: says the ChScairo I SII. sad Il- Tbr Firnda Limited 1,111
KXCH.IK.NT nr.MNnn: .
Tribune. The 'tItTU r:
Hltor di lalnis any InI I .. .
( > ID liT tr. taa.ral*t
It the It'm-kJ' solwr work out political ter.>*t In the controversy a.:Me from a i' tar. 's '-"rrc-. -'..zf J. ('.I.P.k.III.I.I..I'I" tp al, I OH Ur.| K.? Mr_t.

reform in iu".a it must get tog historical: one and oireit that IIr. .. .: ,'. .. !", -or ". ." ;.III 'pat.THE (''Ckt.r.T.If. M. H. Tttl4>... .. |- %

; work with more and have JI.It.IIUtlt\\Hk.t'.T'I. fUftUh"'Cft' .
energy : '' IS 'f. r
Abtiott's idea of t;>*l as an Indweltn. RUDDCH PU31.ISHING CO. A
wider scope than the a< nMfc'c of the --
principle i Ie as old! a* l'ht ittan theolo- J tlult'U Syrtr 'fr" YO.'. us *

I'lt. Ivan the Terrible called tlw national gr. (:n-:orT the Oreat of the sixth .' ..: .. ';!.J 't'''' ,-' ; ..
.: nrprr fatAtlveH Mpth In the '.'.a. lr;
century an-1 Tboaja A'juina of the The Motor
sixteenth century imrtn the ont : -- -- ...
f' thlrteer.lh'ertury aro q'Jotf'd a* having x t
,. hundred yearn the assembly met MVnl ,
at rc: il the Immanence of G.,,) In tie I
#::. > times, but its (tiff claim to historic !
if. Importancv I lies in the fact that it

founded the lUnniao; dynasty."; from: Great Brit KILL THE COUCH I that Motes
In the eatenth:: tvctury t'atllt'rnt! aiD to v-.ek at sea cot 13
II. Muarnoced a (vtu Ion made U" nor.!, the minimum: l.xz $1 ';>, i;>

Y' of ail claayel U UK tupirr.mihtiacec. nduJin; proximate for each rse *ap- TLe rate *Dr.King'sNew'

soldiers, pea ants ant tr; for ten words and Brward 1t I less than l It 'ltau41 l alori- l--r ''fllrlrNy ieatr.aklb. ..
reDtatlvret of ti>* trUnot 1ndudt'\l f4l" caLkgnma )
,. .
.i; tfc# general socirty of the land This Discovory

ti,ybiy! nun tared S2 delccites! and If coB 4--ass thinks that a half! a n?' It hk+ [ilprjt) of mH.| MM H t-

:; spent two ye .r> in deiltvntloci. which! lion or s..) is too V.K: a ;rice to pay fvrrK FOR Cc"sc"PTlO'! SOc&SlOO Pries + fffirrc it diir. tbtni r
pr\ Ind littJ mule! beyond the ti- !.*ntEs tie dirty and I.Aat.ltary Frtt Tnd g i" Jlt'rfrd iu dr.ijgp aM R.,LIIIIHbift.

fusion of modti. fine ecGmAit laspired parr money ta cimiittioa itcoa >sgt! Surest ant Quickest for all w .

, by the etcpr***, who was a prosit** on a *ctece to fa;::; taj THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES Kftr:
) lltpaHx
pupil of Voltaire.ia fretra op tit* disreputable or MONEY BACK. elNrt1f11E.4rntl .
r fur at.kJeR.
.! A cabinet tslalster U DOW at tteI -
: bead of the British boart Cf ag 4"U1- from the east are
: tare and siar Its rrarfislxatktn lalaxj !I tai po..r.!iag poof Stcs Had he BrIdgeport t Bridgeport ec: r C4.

the board U itlmsj cp thr. i aeerreti'e4 tie fsclu BOW charged B.K tu7 emit r.(...t t.. Eridgt
I 3a .
Jprtal attention .-U1 t.e Jim to da'f.l. against bla wooVl boP favaaii Into a.a to cr.rrat&e1 I

l. tag sad iheep raUts( ta tt>4 future. rrtnea. II I F. M. HITCHCOCK & CO Agents, T.tsivsJl. Ftend

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tt &1URAL ,_nTDvl'iMt'I- appeatakalao. thAt the :'Hcwlaa comttaader mined to ,IntretK*. .establfeto his win t -

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'f.*'i-R'' TfOttlt 81t..L"I lpspf'. s vftb la bed plan of action by AdmiralAkxeiefc prortftloo it for an early tprlng cam- Jf sa '"
i{, !
'' who atttattime. palp.
+ wa viceroy
: 1 4ROftlcER&-D EL JWJiI I..Q.r.
.;, -; ,9sa, tartsb&1 a..4 .-..- ,_U TVtile the: campaign was going on Mckden U about the latitude of deals -

l",1\ ,, LbS desk. aM ttasaalur'tkAa against }root 'Arthur 'by 'fire Fourtharmy a tale .more elevated hence a If roj barn'S a ng.ies. bee de
.:, ;.t; ..;<:;'",; ; .' .ia.1.R 'JM. fc Walter U. a tbe Japanese ommander to chief, tr1f cokier and- baring probably a little _.4every..,.,.. w..11111' a".,..,
.' &L f11d1.w A. W.eosurlliaM. .' ..w.1; .....aed.. nIL .to the ales.etTelat
.. Pf determined to attack with aB bis learn mow. 00 that by tb* middle of Wale N.m ,olo..U eeaa. te.a. rte
Tb cnttdlooajamr smwtbwt,euIeIH, _1 perfect wa. ., .QUofau
.i : .. "-1MIta.. li-da ID01a1IL. thllusaWa: force oa bla frost and March the ice begins to disappear from IJowW tier u4 cleM I. setak.
Yale the signal for 'the movement' of tb* river The ifun river Is not fordabk -' CANDYCATHARTIC
s r bin great armless Karokl and Nodin "> In the vicinity of Mukden and at PoUshssNecessarygRamThe

'k7i ,'OOU5TYOmCEBS.-D.PnHf'> : ; Tftas- moms against the mountain paase, the present time the ground is still solIdly -
n ,. :Title eoaary J.q.: a I*.Gulden TUDaI. whoa Oku continued hIt advance north frozen making transportatIon facllltie quality and quantity of tho i I
1' .. : attw er.A.A.84. rrt crept depend oa a wflkkncy ofPotash
: '!: '< vusmme.aeatisg etnaU eoart; P. JL Me oa the railroad AH roads and other good. s

xm'. Ea._ laths Ux** *sui. E.W. RAIL line of communication from the Japanese These consideration doubtless Ic3n-

f TiluriUe1zoglectorJobnILearyTlzua.w lioe,' hundred miles long converged enc 'd the Japanese commander to take !
:. : tnsmm; J. 8. Walk r, TUasvilU, toward Uaoyang. tbe base of the offensive when the cold was still
;; tilt of gahlia tastraetiOB J 0. -
:Fma, TiiasrUto, : }: f. the Russian arm/ The movement of severe, when his movements were still la the eon. F rtiuj HS which ara a

try 2 ...we.TUiaviUa.e""o' the Japanese armies was naturally unhooked for by the enemy, and whena EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY I low in Potash will Dent produce
'i'. TUasvUle, c made with the view of concentrating' would t all the destructive satisfactory results.
"-r defeat more PUott. Pthtsbl, "t.. Taste O iGood. De tumr ah alt U tu.iLr *itk *ai
:,: here and giving battle u not in the )i..*, Slttn. W U.. or Ortpti 1C HW eat LMTT Out
1 to bis antagonist. oMKmi Bl mcndMaU n
: COUNTY OOJOlISSI0$D8.-Jt A. ConkliBg.TUlsBU e..U Mr bos. Writ. ..tlneeedp4aad de IoMcrop. Mf
rJi ciainnaa; W. & Walker TitosvUta hope of destroying the enenyr. at leastIn Combined strategical and tactical s.... M&1 LW... 3alatuIl iNb. w. .v.a1 IIrtIhan plu 4ls) d tar a Mewo wonvia a-u., ,
tl ;Jotta K. Moot, IMUUM I ; Jno. C the exportation of depriving him of considerations determined the time for w New Tara. ta.tataisg the 4t..t t.Mathn: Ga 1M .u;
r Jonea ) Frank Bell White PY'onluThi j I Imp wt .ib tat. wbbdt .. seal beq
Qoar. Oty.Befusar
r I-. 1.': iesaoaaa.* held fink Monday a strong base and forcing him into less the attack. Oyama's belief in his superiority CLEAN it roe. &tooI sob, 1i nil ....._-&We rye link

>""A each month.. comfortable winter quarter, depriving In numbers and efficiency __ _" I CKK3UX E1U W.KCr4 ,
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him of a large amount of local supplies justified him in making his great and I a_ ". -.I XMM SifMd .rAUukM.
i F r 4' turn SCHOOL IJOI Rh.-B. F. Uaidty. ... and securing a more favorable terrain hazardous turning movements in the SENATOR BATE'S LEG. .Oft.-C!t 8+iU BfMJ '-'. t
ehairmaa. Sebast; A.J.Carter, furn-
[ r b.11 M. .. for the winter quarter of the Japanese hope of shattering the legion of bU
k 'Mf' ;J. UWBiwCitr. BenUrso how eke !>..*..*. % ctrM Saved II
l > aion art held finrt Monday hi each uwoth.OYAMiS armies. foe and reducing the morale of the Fro. .i.p.C.U.. -
While the Japanese armies were advancing Russian to such an extent that ----.--- J
army the civil the
When late
war came r-
ACHIEVEMENTSAn toward Llaoyang minor action Ira resisting power might not be equal Senator William II. Bate of Tennesseecast

I fii: :. took place, due to the stubborn to the future attacks of the Japanese In his fortune with the secession
resistance of the Russian army. The forces available for offensive ol1t'ra.tlODA. -
movement and enlisted In
: as a private
principal ones, hardly worthy of the ColdslI
a Tennessee regiment\ but when the
Expert's Outline of Japanese name of battles, however In so great The methodical and at time brilliant regiment went to the front be was its V R
a war,. be mentioned chronologically
Commander's Campaign. work of the armies commanded by colonel, says' a Washington dispatchto
; as follows: It thouU be borne in mind that
Marquis Oyama together with the m
the New York Times. He put to us*
Kalptar. July i l-Oko.. work be previously accomplished in every cold weakens the lungs, lowers
what be had learned of drill and discipline the and the 3
LJanihan. July IT Kuroki vitality prepare
, t WHAT HE DID DJ EIGHT M09THS.F TfcSMchao. July Zi. SOku.Elmochen. the Chinese-Japanese war ands chiefof In the Mexican war, and the I system for the mart tenoos disuses ;

.'..t-', July SO. fl-Oku.JtUchtnK. the Japanese general staff places Second Tennessee Confederate Infantry among which are the two
I July SJ-Nodiu. him well up among the great commanders became known as a crack regl greatest destroyers of human life, bJ
f :"J _.rI... OSlrvr Tell. flex Ovaiaa lout Pass, July n and AUK. Land of modern times. As a strategist Kent He led It at ShIIob. where he P" e
Tu hulln. July 21 and Auf. 1-Kurokl.Js'edtu .
,> WM Q.ek T. k> ra tk. Le.... .. had many small affairs with be has shown probably greater was badly wounded and given up to I hbj.s; I II Iba

:', Battle-C_..r* Htot !. RbMlaa achmenu In the numerous aptitude than any other Japanese com die. His bravery there gate him the

V.. ....k., U. Gr.*t .Irstegbt .! paaxf la tM Fenthul mountains mander. As a tactician he has done soubriquet of "Old Shilob" which he

. "k "-: I". Ger... Ar_r. By the tat of August all the mountain excellent work and is Mill Improving ever after wore. It U an Interestingfact I Cough Remedy

@i,. '. passes southeast of Llaoyang were lIe has the great accomplishment of that JHW: men of Hate' regimentat I

f : Marquis,Oyama's previous record lathe In the hands of the Japanese, and their having perfected the plans of this war this battle had nnexplmt furlouh won iu great popularity by Its

service of hi* native- country and' various columns, like 'mighty snakes In time of peace, and If his future career In their pocket, having at hU appeiilagmd prompt cures of this moot common

?_;. : his emperor U a matter of record iu were slowly but surely getting into keeps pace with bin past be is to stay and fight; ailment. It aids expectoration, s

)::- modern history, and his brief but position to make a leap at the sullen properly entitled to a place alongsidethat During! a great part of the next lieves the lungs and open p

1L- eventful career: connected with the foe, whose methodical retreat under great and loyal commander whose year Bate commanded a brigade al- I secretions, effecting a speedy 'e-I

c,axb. present history making epoch In the great commander emphasized the national modest but forceful character and thorsh he was obliged to walk on permanent cure.toward It e

':' far east alone U here outlined by Captain characteristic of the Russian whose great military genius! will ever crut. hes. At Shiloh the surgeons held any tendency pneumoala.Price

iJ.-', William G. Ilaan of the general soldier, already well established In history form a profitable subject for study by a r runltatlon and decided to amputate 250 Large SIze 50c. I

t staff United State army, having -the national trait that know so the military atudent I refer to Von i.,1.! le;;. Bate suspected that this
k >', charge of the mapping of the Mancburlon well bow to sacrifice and the exercise Moltke. the genius of the German would be proposed, and he> told old -r.-s_ ---1'"-

.:: campaign at the .war college in of which sent home In sorrow and disgrace army. Jim. his n< gro servant to put his pU-

.f. Washington, says the New York Times: from the plains of Moscow the tols under the pillow. When the doctors S

,:{", 0ma, the commander In chief oft greatest commander who ever lived. came In he greeted them cheerily 0I .,

tf : the Japanese armies In the field, started Oyama' columns were now Aug. 1. Ree.ember It'. I-.... and said:

;:, from Tokyo for bis new and Im about twenty mile from Llaoyang. to SM Eachew very at careful once the what inful you eat meat-; "Gentlt>ml'D. what are you going to

: '. portant field on July d, l )A. and In the south, southeast and east, During it', LentDenr do? You have held your consultation. t

(" the eight months following that date, the next three week he moved forward yourself your favored dish and I want to know what you purposenow

.r ftalf of which bad to be passed In his reserve ammunition and sup And breakfast lunch Lent.and dine on Habit's to do." Seed.

", dreadful winter quarters be baa apparently plies. brought up'at the same time all One of the surgeon said that to tare
ate knowa b, eW tbef Mawslow.
: achieved supremacy over a possible re-enforcements reconnoitered Cut out the bonbons, too. my df.... his life they must take off hI. leg. .. ter bait a c.aterp taq

f:',." magnificent army approximately equal the Russian position<< and made his Although you five It's Lent.them up with tun- The doctor'. uat word was hardly out taIie4 kM 1M pI'DtSWr'J'etaada-4avs Mi*, '

.,'; In numbers to bas own and commanded plan for battle. This battle known as And dances now you all must ahun of his mouth before Colonel Bat pulled IM -.. ttea .., -"-.,.. -
; b ..... .. ...
7.O a 1e .4 Ass
: by a man whose genius even in continuous the battle> of Llaoyang. was begun on Be good as can be, every one- a pistol from under bis bead and oat fire W

-.....:' reverses has compelled the admiration Aug. 20 and lasted practically for ten It', Lent said You are all my friends but the D. Y. Fg/1RY A CO..

J. of the whole world. day*. It must be recorded' as one of the Go leave Indulgence In the lurch first man who put a knife to thia 1 leg Detroit MI. .

&; When Oyama. with Chief of Staff world's great battles, though the result And burry off at one to church to cut it off will die."

t\+: KodatnA arrived In Manchuria be achieved did not mArk a turning If* Lent Senator Bate told a friend only the
You all must mend ,..
Ft:, found that the Russian Tort Arthur point In history. The detail have been Bt good at least for your forty ulnful da)...wa. other day of this experience and woundup )

: .r;. force bad been cut off and by the given at some variance In the dispatches. its Lent his story with the remark "This 1+

:i;;; Fourth Japanese army under Nogi, was The turning point In the battle was Chicago._ Chronic a pretty game old leg and It looks
:: {:. being gradually forced Into the great the bold flanking movement two divisions --- -- --- bad In the senate, but it h a whole lot yt
A Fatoril 1Ct'lu.HAbIH..
!'" fortress of which the brave Russian of Knroki'i army taking In better than the best wooden leg I r

':..f commander declared: -My life Is given flank the Ruulan force north of the Its plcavint ta.+h' and prompt rare* ever saw"

; <'. to Russia. Whatever happens I do Talts river and threatening the lines have made Chamlft-rlain' Couch Ikrmedv
:? a favorite with the mothers of small chitdren. Cured Consumption.
,- ,: not surrender Port Arthur shall be of communication of the Russian ar U quickly cures their coughs and

r.t-Y.:-- my tomb." He was besieged by an myThe colds and prevents! any dan:'.et /f put-u Mrs. B W.tiiwband Evan, Cicarwater sick fur Kan.there,

t--; : army of at brave, patriotic and determined masterly retreat made by the mouia or other periods consequence It months.writes: Mr 111ft d.x-tora Mitt lay i he had quick 'II

f.< -;.;, soldiers as ever fought for any Russian commander, saving all his artillery not only cures croup, but wlirn given a* ronsumption. We procured a bottle of
; t
1; :.' cause. Their chief Marquis Oyama. a and carrying off all his wounded soon as the croupy rough appears sill Ballard's\ Horeliound Svrnp, and it cured

!, hundred mile away, called upon them and practically all his supplies convinced Erevent the attack.or pale by iird him. Thatwa six years ago and since

t gently, but,firmly) that the fall of the the Japanese commander in then we I.a\,e .1. aye kept a bottle in the Wine of Cardui '
;' :A' fortress was necessary for the succe chief that his armies were not sufficiently -- hone, We cannot do witliout it." For
:. : Ctrl'. tit. p..I.s I. P..I..
:"' of the righteous cause of their emperor large to strike a finishing blow cntiirh* and ml.U i it has no 'luII. 25c
f-f' Nellie Mason, a schoolgirl in Hock 5>V and fl.W at I Itrd I Ore** Pharmacy and Cured Her.
Yy; ::.; and like the turning of mighty machinery at hi* antagonist and It was at this
rued the ofB }: (ialhe I't.armaey.Farrier. .
ford. III, recently .ur au
':f', by the pressure of an electric time that he demanded energetic action -

\',.::::, button the colla were drawn closer at Port Arthur in the hope of Increasing dab In one of the Roikford wln < ,- ---- 213 South Prior Stwt ;
-. banks by pulling! a toy wagon !n+idethe .' ISTA.GA., Mann 21,1901offered .
\ ;--.: and tighter. bis forces by adding to them aed Telepboae.
..,:; Thousands of lives bad to be sacrltlced the Fourth army after the fall of Port counting room Tbf'DtIt!' took th.. The farmers wife who opj o> l rtira J for fOUl months with ,

{ but to the Indomitable will of Arthur It was at this time also that cover from tbe load the wagon contained free delivery and later the introduction | extreme nrrvouinra and last itaJe.

.- the great directing center In this remarkable he conveyed to the emperor the Inf ITmation and pamwl to the receiving of the telephone tievauw they would I had a sinking feeling in my j

campaign It farmed but a that the army must be Increased tellerventy pound of i
\ link In the chain being forged by the If the foe was to be *p-di'yovnvome. a Horkford dl"pat<-b. There WIr'e11., .' ever had to jr> anywhere will have fur I to relieve and losing my appetite j

[.' ;". ." olher three armies simultaneously and The loyal and brave troop- 7f<0 lot them done up In package of her ('aU," of complaint If the talk of I betam weak and lust my vital

L: K banuonkmalj ***klng ways and means at Port Arthur responded with the energy twenty-flve each With the loud sheripened putting into u+e a new special dfllv ity. In three weeks I tat fourteen j jpounds

'': eventually to complete a magic circle that can oily eoiue from brave a savlnir* account with ?117 ttl cry telephone stamp, bring at"out any of fl?ib and felt that I mart

; <<. : '. within wboae circumference should I* men and the Japanese government reopondcd her credit Tb* pennies had U-en KV! practical result. says the Nebraska Snd (peedy relief! to regain my

:i-:. Incloaed and neutralized the Ru*'Unpower nj lei energetically and au en to her by her father, who 1. a mall Mate Journal. The telephone stamp health.! Haricjf beard Wine uf

that baa 'been threatening the tbortK*! an increase In the army of merchant In the residence part of Is a stamp that 1* t9 \# atta<'b..t to Casdoi praid by several of my j

Independence< of th' empire of the about a quarter of a million men Rockford. letter then dixOn!. which RiM-* the, friend, I not fur % bottle and wu

:_ very Rising Sun.Having After the battle of Liaoyacg the HUH If von cannot "lit. *'*vp or ork. ftflrr P->*tnia.ter authority to open the letter | certainly very pieced with the j

d.. satisfactorily accounted for tdSD" retreated to the Hun river south mrsn, v- aril nflv take Holii..t.rKi > and teleph'/n* rite content to thelTon rn-uJ1i. Within three thy mr
,..',-, '-.. the Ru-+laa force in I'ortrtbur by of !Mukden keeping in contact with nu adJr**-l When th'nsi annually apprtit returned and ray stoma/ a
C i the irk. Ttiere. Mual *."d that the farmer" troul I 1 ouol
the assignment! of the Fourth army to and energetically reciting the advance ) i no rt"tnt"ly o arren"'> i me no ciore.

that task. ()yama undertook: to arrange of the pursuing Japanese If Oyama to it. 35 rent, tea or tablets. Ask .TOur wife can scud her egzs anti bitter to dint my food without dicey! j

'> bis! remaining vallaU* forces In the object was the detraction of the Ru' lroVt.Tb.: town by: mail and have the Ir'oh they and the nraroanes. gtalsaUydiminished.

:' bet positions far striking adecisive slan army he utterly failed; If their pay for sent out by rural fr- powlble
blow at the enemy on hisnottbern dislodgment from a g)tJ base was his PrrdUenf. T.mrubn. her only! pr *ectlon will !* to e* to I LT jnrtions without dt&caltj \

front The First army untt'tKUII.tI. object he succeeded.Uaoyauz From the 1..1 Information c"'talna church <>n Sunday awl by that tune sad I am otv m JTO a hippy a&i |
ble on.the subject It !, leved! that \ telephone I well
the victor of the first battle. battle! however was not a the> ray --- -
already about 3rhildrpn have *<1 OLIVE JOSEPH.
decisive The Kuwlan re
wAnt)0 Fengwangcheng. one. army
was on the right shown whenks named sitar IY+de&t Ita
Tbt'ourtb., under .Nodxu. was tatned! its morale, as was
,,>url say. the fhicapo I'o..t If Fin and the than a month later It task the of | Secure Dollar I
based on :Sluven.: a Bottle of
in the center this -tiaute i 1.. anywhi-re tear .Jrr.-t i L, think thiw whxatf KCk WUn you
} Second, under Oku. the victor of \an'i tenslve and with all its might! attacked Door ow.-h, co:.!. .,r" t'.nat..r c-f.t1'
determined 't i' fair to eij -'\ t that by the rah o. of Cardui Today.
: shan and Vafaagow. wa moving north the Ja1saese line* In a mot irritation, better act prompt1)' like W <
tie :Sd -ctlai
term bnc'nnlnj on
;< .. the> railroad south of Newoawang matiaer. Tbe Japan<* # proved. pr littler of *, ndr !/,*.i.; V t. JI.u 1
on ,
Marrh the cblef! taasStrste! will h. "
,:W'.' Tb Rusalan army, bawd on Ua Ia u:. however too strong to U driven back !' "1 ha- a :..rrnbHdt tmab, tan eJ to\
,_ : Oeoeral Kurot atktn. extended and in turn assumed* oe&*lve. lrtv a tre-soendou* number of lumt'll J.?* in "niokr &r>l pry: dat .>n mv lug. '.t.l
-., south en the railroad as far as New. las the Rn +tan army back acro s tie t e state utme'l-- -- .-- after n"hr.l roo> relief IIIttt'f ren.ehes NEW YORKCLIPPER
b, IH- Klr. \ fll-Yht'n i i
Kalplng and held all the Sha river but they were unable ta A iNtlrvrtl. Fir*. IW.1It"Un-J e. a
: cbwang f..r I i.nstrr.pte.n. e'si.t.. end a. torirratrt.a.e.
"tilt of the railroad IB gain further gr' unt.' Oyacaa d,-lerHe To draw the fire of burn, heal!
> mountain ( a or ,
paw "I < IfItMn
/ --.....-- -- -- --- an. o-jll..r i rj: !
: mountain, thus protecting a cut without JavBj a tear. ntolvWiti' ,_ l'lsr. !
: the Fenahnl Got Otl'C...... .1 t'f'lJrl. 1 ,\; I'.r+i ('r
communication Witch Hairf !'-&Te.! A .mfc t>r ptlrs! .
V of anr.t..t Tr.a
.VV bis! base and lice tM' is. CItY ct! ma.U' and |: + r:
well think cot +-p
!, '..' .' KuropaUln's available active force may Get the fnaioe J L Tixker e iiior ol: I..ttx frt.-. 18 THE REATEBT :
cimtrsrted coatUjaJJOOor
after I
who, haying the Hiraioniter. Centre. Ala wrt"I
: .: at this time, exclusive of the gsrrtson aid iDdigrttioo, ii enl able W prrfvtlyrr&orv hive otl rMWitt'* Wiu-h Hawl :"alve in Hou.1SUP.'S I THEATRICAL j; SHOW PAPER
and I'o11Mha.r Sotting .Ut do this
at Vladivostok his health.
> my family for piles, nits and .lQm Itt
V; :/ the necessary railway guard, were approximately hat Pr. KIPS' New Life PUte. A qu,(k, rte tart .*hr on UK- market.J Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets i IN THE WORLD.

] :" s equal In sumVrs to the pSt-i-ant ant tenMia lure for tx datw, by Red Crx '.! H.&nucy, r:&a js'iie I'tar- Aiy Ysitae br fur ?*?'. $4,09 Per Sit } 10 -
; First Second and Fourth arcH enter contipauoa.. rtc. 2al\ Kd Cro* nsacy, and Cha F CatsspVIl !rQ.Uu a.. .J ir.t r43!. I IFU. | ( Ccj, &

:' force. CiweTrtmars : Pharmacy; gasrutt+rd. a t :!.c f.r urge:> -t-- t..tN. to'. IVsCTD Will:: T .
Kuropatkln's -- ----- --- I
i > Oyama.
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u1 f t..r7 TrXb et. l' ::; .s 7mnn. spur'b.
to bar len ,tm IzperfectlyorgazJaed OdBTOItZA.11e.n OASTOn.A.G&Z. .-AS Etestll aTs Sci o .... N.ra:a.-heaaI i SAMPLE COPY FREE.
not ttitabJ for taktcg J I. tea -& 11I k rsy V. *.r.a.1I Tea 4 dub.
tt' aad tie P.l Ib!rx .. k'eM.i < Mrs t. let torn. r. tm a but sate fLUK OCU": PCt CO. .

,.;" the offtnal la a campaign against'well feet'O tYilPa'T l.'atsa. tr .sGOtLEA .. I )!,,I Walt. rt.UaHRa,
!: : otgsntzed and thoroughly doiuM4 .CCE1S; fOil SlU-'fi PEOPLE ..._ s: a Yarn .J, aka T0a.

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& 1 ?YK f ,&.,.*.******$4 **- ""'->- .,'
FLORIDA STAByCBLJSEHP wouldb* willing to grant about aU that I
y they contended for when they began the JUDGE .

.1.... l .w Uttuttet'I11urille .. war. What Russia is afraid of now u

,,.eves4 cI ..u that if peace negotiations were to be begun -

.>rllr ....... ttutersM hWla.... at this time no doubt Japan would Afflicted With La
Was Grippe.

ETZET FRIDAY XODmo.L ask a great deal more than she really ex- Alarmingly

pected'to get, and Russia wold o1erlftl8!
WrTloltsl.M ra &JnI1JX, than the would be willing to yield. Cured Pe-ru-na.
; x? ? U can lOa us XOJI'fBJ. 1

d s ; v.vUMiii luaut tataisMl.a nCFOBTAVT XEETIHO. 1I
.a........ "- 1J
r3 K Soon after the reorguiaaUoo of the
j V ,;. It mi** be deputy .D4m&oo that neither state' Democratic executive committee
THX STAB Mr to editor is ntpoariUe for
epIalou UJte1M4 fcy eorraapondcata.Collier's lad summer a committee appointedby ; .

Chairman Fletcher to consider and :

'= Weekly invites attention to present amendments to th* primary election j 6 ,r ,,

the tact that one of the repreeentatUw law., many of which were then regarded '

who expressed moat indignation with u being vitally necessary to the .t

respect to ,.the allegation that Judge future well being of the party. r 1 E
charged $10 a day for expense, c
SvayM The committee was u follows: Charles 4r

": -when bit actual expense were mach lets, D. Tuten, of Jasper; W. W Farmer, of

was a Massachusetts man, who the same Ynlee, and D. U. Fletcher, of Jacksonville y

day voted in favor of paying himself from the second congressional district L

mUrage for a round trip between Boston ; J. M. Young, of Inverness; William

? and Washington that was never made. Hocker, of Ocala, and L. E. Dozier, of

r- Leefibnrg, from the first congressional) district
time for the solons to Rather in
; Chas. E. Davis, of Madison;E. A.

i Tallahassee. Apropos, some paper has Crawford, of Midway \\'. T. Hendry, of .-".'-,
suggested that the session might be rhort- reaches tb.aouTC. of all di.easea of tk.
Perry, from the third congressional dis
r' cued one-half, and for a reason says that trict. mucous mecibranM bj IU action oa tbYasomvtoriyiitrtncf

' the time of tion8 has been nerve
-c half of past
called the
; Chairman Fletcher special
Every who aaa bad la grlppp.duringthelutyearaliouldtat.seem..
"' consumed io the election of United States person
meeting: of the state committee at Jacksonville ,
:ti senators, whereas now, by operation of this week for the purpose of cures ofFeruna. Xoont need expert pf* tl >

.m.: the primary law, that matter is reducedto hearing and considering the report of the recovery unless they do #*. Tfc. frtff .

i; :- a formality consuming probably half above named committee. Thk more EM pr( Juc
.;' .n hoar of time. Goal suggestion, broth. The primary law urgently requires 4 the v*hole ruu.H+uj m rabra&.. aad. f.Ul

I Jt.f, er, and now if you can prevail upon the modification in many respects, and now cases of health ia lm| do and act to a normal n. TW jL"
legislators to see as you up-
? ii the time for those who have been entrusted la grippe .
,-:. suggestion will indeed b* a IVruna. will do. A great my ties.
: on you I
your with the duty to act and act wi i isely. .
t' public benefactor entitled to a niche in than die haw teen ug."ted far *
dition from time to time, hut Pass '1
f the hall of fame.Madison New Enter.pries. .
r appear to 1* the only reniniy that lui

g a -. .r.. ....... NORMAL SCHOOL. all other any cuUtantial value in th.*. ea.... IIhu I

: AFTER THF BEEF TRUST. John B. Stetson university has Co>uroollrgt'S remediescombined. never failed give aathaaWU
\ .' sail sglli.ecuptea
during ulrt.D\II
forty ycar
and five technical schools. .
The Federal grand jury has begun in the unique pu-iUoa of bf.tat.t t
One of three is* the normal school for .
<* Chicago this week the mast exhaustive theleadingUnottheallyapreta.r.a:
,.I" I teachers. The spring term opens March for the aftrr-cffrcU '
; inquiry ever started under the Sherman vdy Isrtppe.henry _,
anti-trust act. More than one hun.1rt'dtt' 29th, and run for nine full W(t>k8. It HON. W. H. PARSONS. 'I I)Uuu, the iuvrak aa4 .fcr -'.
i prepares teachers especially for the June ot all the band lntrumaU fr tfc.
witnesses in to summons
are present response
examinations.! To nil Florida teachers a Ut'nryIH.Un Manufacturing C...,."*"'i
and if District Attorney Belhea and w. II. l'ar"on31" Ex-Stato Senator and Kxpeoial Judge! of the :Supreme =
the from unlash M hitrret
: following Jill _
special rate of $;.55.0) is made, for the .
his assistants fail to draw forth complete Court of Texas also Jlri-sutier-Oeneral in Confl'dl"utdrm,. In a recent rhll..l.-lj-hia.. I'a.: r
: evidence regarding the operations of the spring term, which includes board, tuition letter from tCV U .-tn't't\. Washington, D. C., thU prominent gentleman "I hail a t.a.1 attack of U tif?. UHDticvutUr 't'

beef trust it will not be because of lack of lights and) laundry. The uimersity says: which iMtnl UIMI spa,.* }

effort on the part of those intrusted with has a faculty of 48; 15 of thte will teachin "Upon the recommendation of personal friends and manyttrong test. month,and w hich kf w* with ..etrk r'
the normal school and other departments monlats as to the eilkacy Peruna the treatment oi the numerous and c-rklcf frUod a-ltUwi .* W
the inquiry. mpt'jms of the grippe Ith ,,which have been fIkied for four months my
to normal teachers. The IVruna. 1 with tmitk r t-
The witnesses have been summonednot open past, I hare been Induced to undergo a treatment w Ith this Justly icle* try tgan a tknr
I only from the Chicago tacking houses; faculty include President Lincoln Halley bra led formula. I feel a decided cLangc for the better alter wing It only week in March &Britt rtstnly 4fd G
I of Harvard and Chicago; Prof. Carson one eek. It Is es.'ecallygood la toning up the stomach and bas had Mdecided me a great deal of g<..l. 1... IG welt
and office but from other joints
many of Wesleyan, Conn.; Prof. ilaereike, effect upon my appetite. I therefore feel such encouraged that I BatUflttl that I iiurch4i aaotawf hottt
throughout the whole country. am on the road to complete rest oral Ion. and fvll"\\,,, of Holland Prof. Baldwin of r.
The intention of the government is to eyden: ; "My numerous friends In Texas here I have had the honor in com that it hat can d fur"ll.-ory UUB.
Yale; Prof. Frost, of Chicago; Prof llau- mind a brigade hr Veteran Cavalry In a four 'tllrs' war, accept i I .
: prove, if possible, that the packers snppoced ) may I I If )'?u d.. not derive prompt ..4 .....
der of Columbia Prof. Smith of Chicago this voluntary testimonial the merits ot Ptruiui a tense of obligationon ,
to as .
i ftJ to constitute the tto-calird beef trust ; : factor)" rtwulU! from th.. ifvwf, !Pkrva..
Prof. Sears of artmouth Hi my part for Its wonderful efficacy"U'. 11.1'arsons.
have been guilty of contempt of court in ; ; ttor i write at cure to fir. ifartmsaatwhit a
8. Vincent, of Chicago, in addition to i full .tatrrn..nt of asst ey.ii. watt ._... ra111 rill
t violating the federal injunction H cured 1'J
F> them an able corps( of capable Florida teacher., There Is no remedy In the world that I soothes while! it ttimnUtei, hraU a* it c0 pleased to give yaw Id. ,....... taa..
against a restraining
f who know the conditions in the public meets the conditions produced by la!expurgate. fauna. it not a purgative, I vice gratb.
I from operating by common agreement in Hlioolsof Florida. The Stetson normal grippe better than the rt'medyl'erun&.I or cathartic, or siatUe, or stimulant, A(ldrr-. I>r. Hartmaa, lVlii.rl nf I I
regard to price, in buying and mother IVruca strengthens as it renovated, I nor a vegetable mineral | Bihool would like to help the teat'hen of
ways to control the market to the injury
of the general public, the rtkraieeN and this county, and, indeed l. of the whole A reward of$10,000 has been deposited in the Market l\changc Hunk, Coin in-

r t .. the dealers not in the combine. state. The laboratories, museum, chops, bus, Ohio, as a guarantee that the above testimonial is genuine ; that we hold
athletic field, gymnasium, ninsic school, I I
in possession authentic letters certifying to the same. Every one of our les-
r NO STANDARD.f art school and all other parts of the university
will be open to the inspection and inwnafs are genuine and in the words of the une whose name is appended.
f correspondent of the New York t
& nee of Florida tt'adlers.
Tribune drape attention to the fact that

,i we have no standard by whict to meanIt --Sl'tY.\A.\:.

ore religions and says we outfit to hate Love in a fattory is the theme of If DYSPEPSIADIGESTS CURE
anthoritame declaration! the .
. some on A
is "Speedaway, by Richard Washburn
joint. lie summits: an amendment to the : WHAT YOU EAT
Child, in the April McClnriOut of the
i r.I/t.. constitution in form something follows: antsy (ices undrrthe pelt. and jmllejthis ." m HH O I C !:Iter.r..tll a9'Scis./1h.trialart aA. >(aS.rMrtoa.eta
:..'- A system alleged I to be re'igtons, .htch new' writer hall built; a pretty romance i 1 BP KJI UI''II o. .y .T t.i UkKllATCIT ifm

can be proved to inculcate crime, shall He clears away the Huffy atmo-- I 7 FM m E. C. DeWITT lc: COMPANY CHICAGO ILL

t .., not be construed to be a religion, and phere of toil: and grime and sweat and For Bale by the lied Crow Pharmacv Titn>ville: Fan dallte Pharmacy Eau (,alllt' 'liai t taD j UM :Mrlbirn* l

i-:. such a system may prohibited by law. ili-fO\ers beneath it all clean whoU-wne ASK FOR THE 1905 KOCOL ALHiJUC AND 200 TUB CALENDAR
Any Joef'llOn who can he proved to be a
life. The old, old story never grows
l, supporter or adherent of such an alleged .13 stale. The girl is steel and simple! and I
religions system, which inculcates 1 If taken this month, keeps you well all true and her lover proves himself a man. JAS. PRUCHARD & SON

crime, may be exrludtM from holding office Mimnier. It makes the little ones eat 0. r. DUREI, 1lIt,
t under the Unit**! HAt*, notwithstanding -l ,
j the |>ro\i! ion contained in this whnlefaiutly. Holl ter's P.iwkyMoon. *'. L. Apple ei probate jndae, Ottawa
tam Tea. 3o cent, tea or tableU. .Uk s
constitution forbidding ('u Ianoa", wnt *; "This is to.wy that
any religion tet. your.Int "lri t have u.......I lUllard's: Horehoubd syrup; ? hers
The to the that ould
answer question
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for years and that I do not hesitate to
naturally arise as to that constitutes a OASTOnXA.IIa recommend it as the bt oon/h syrup I .
i crime, would be that which the majority gears ( Bpi. :alit I!:"":t tB hate err u--l" 2VW-. ansi $1.(M at W

,L. of us regard as "1'1\nr in principle. Wet !grater ctJi Red fro** Pharmacy, and Fan: (J alhe 1IIr

hatedeclarvd a.-ainst Mohammedanism, c1 lCl u I II Pharmacy, w
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)Jormon !m, etc., ron!*quently I three TVlitpon I
would be crimtiml by iejridatiieenactment allKilt4s.
We want JiM.tKO' alligator kiM and
.&,. nutria the llt'iit i faiths aup rrrUin articles! of their ITIKN" A d>., .

t. ; belief. That would not be intoU-rancc. 101 IWkman :>t Se" York City ,

Itwouldimpayte following! lor.c the TtTI-RriI. I \

* hither line of oar civilization in rnv>gnizmg > T33II3: I
rt a great moral! law that prohibits 4r

a men from I.ra..iicint infamon* acts under BOBBINS

the cloak) of religion KASBROUCKJMCOTOIFL

: 1v.. finite jour attention to ,t GRAHAM
F ,
t. WAR CLOUD DISPELLING.While i7.P.T the following clone "pricf! on our fit

.: the czar i. still insisting upon i I:
bra rill of -fl4,1dIl < tot 1r.-oIJ.n\ Yard ispItal ilslellpi.
l; continuing the war federal of hw irnni-- I i popular ( ; e* op
. fen are urging peace, and they are aided t11 ffTIOS[ Y I known a> the 'I'rIntV anti the Thus omitwny own* :at 4.
by powerful indoencn. That being the filVIUKKlTER: EFHriKNCY in tU Ia4yu fUver Os .
I ** IM.on U* M tacit kif.
it i.i 0. h. ( :
,itaat oo highly probable that we queen at Heir tarter and on IhavI'lUCKS
t.- '. putt brat a great deal shunt \K oe o- TO MAKF' AN I\lrRf'I"iS I and mss, LESS GASOLINE r rpower t..;f'it' raJ' hay
II I M"i: Trinre Stove, : U., within the few
tutions next days. In
take fiU:> 'u ire it to our heal than any other enzir' roa.k.We .. : ; TO Sl'IT Tin; 111.&;
1 the meantime there are all: aorta! r f rumors o>nfi : i lion!11 drn.ot trat thu.
as to pUns and purposes of the Japacee. into rhUubun boric and a hundred! ttead for &ad I
.. it otter ikitctoa* e>vnt>ctians. After that 0. K. Queen Stof N '---1 >IM<)M)
.' One of these rumors that the Japan Commercial ttet P U> :3f s) horse _
fii"f i 1 have determined to push on to Harbin to take it nicely wrapped np in a pretty box iprcial Light With Sp.| .{I gut. from ** .* .. "--..) 14.U1Ii( 0"1'AT

r;', And to make that place the basil of ofrra- yocrStVEETNE.iL'T :,) to :r i) hbrw nriv ; ,.i iobn .* .. \J is
p a Ir1 16,($)
t lions for the PCKM-CHOO of bens Itt
<>' is doubtful if they tare any arch plan, and it will be: the matter of only a minute / White 1 Co.
Liberia or two before a genuine tOQ.i'D1pirinr IIIu,trateil circular giving: full louismii. irFURS
i{ Of that they impre 'ioo will be made.: We Late in- W. Jerome i '
.Jt, If the troth were known it doubUe troctd our oonfccuoDery man not to rartieu! r> on application to ..-- .....
: would apprtr that they are a* ikmroc ol charge much, and please conve again to M..n.

i peace u Kd a ia, but they are in a pocitJoa'to RED CROSS PHARMACY, STATE AGENT, JAS. I'KITCHAKUiSON: ,

, wait for aLa to say that l!>tot. I II I US Hidta.

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Patrick Murphy ia the aoTidting agent -J:5: ?;

[ for the Florida East Coast railway .and .:- "e ; _
J4 knows a thing or two aboct what ia goingon -- t
1bID$ Y, '
down south."Everybody. :
n rber-= Reitever RO YAL.'i > .
HMV 1fillif ilwiyt restores color .
tommmm -
biir. Aitr also. made money this season :t. ;, .\t'l
the said Patrick
OB east toast, to a o

,.. 11mee-UDioa reporter one day this week. J

XKLBOCK3TK. "Tbe Alcazar: and Ponce de Leon at St.AojrartiDe ,;

1 ) PfRx.s. bad all the bosinesi Powder
Bishop EiI lOn Capers, who has been a they coold Baking

diating&i&hed com of the Bellevue, left handle, and I can say the .same thing .

ie.ttv.brzs Brtf Ff.. Mary l.ra on Monday for his borne in South Caro about the other large booses further down
; ;aad Tl11ag.Jr lina. the coast, and they are packed now and -**

:: i will be for some time. Saves Health -r;
o.caaL. Mr. Abial Williams left Tuesday for
"I learned while I was in St. Augustinethat
Mr.T. M. Adam Fort Pierce! bit borne in ManachasetU. He spent
there was more travel from the west
: 'Mondaj on a business trip. ] the winter here at the home of hi* daughter .
th aeason than ever before that the people

.y,. Martin J. Hall, who hu been with -, Mrs. Charlie Winters.. came earlier and staid longer, and The use of Royal Baking Powder is

:p Mr. G. }(. Allen tkU winter, left on Sate Judge J. M. Olmer, of Franklin, Pa., that everybody made money and is per essential the healthfulness of the

::7 orday for New York, bat expect to return was here this week, guest of Hotel Car fectly satisfied. The tourists, too, are to

another winter leton. The judge owns some valuable perfectly satisfied with the sunny south.I family food. ,

property near Melbourne. talked with several and they all stated
)fr. and IJnJJ.. S. Parker made a abort

visit to their brother, Mr, P. D. Parker Right Rev. Bishop Crane Gray, of Orlando that they would return next eeaaon. One Yeast ferments the fcxxl '
man said to me: 'I am glad that I went
last week arrived in Melbourne on the midnight
returning to their borne in ,
tl to Palm Beach it's a dream. I have Alum baling powders are injurious.
North Carolina Wednesday. train Tuesday held service Wednesday
been to a great many resort, but none
night in Holy Trinity church. "
The Rev Robert Wick, of..Jamaica, X. can compare with Palm Beach I am Powder r

' Y., who hu been the guest of Mrs. M. E. Capt. A. J. Goode bought numberof coming back next fall lure' If anybody Royal Baking saves health.

,r' S. DeGraow for the put two week's, will gentlemen from lobe Sound in Mr. wants to know anything about the vast

: cleave on Saturday for his home. Fred Yates' launch Tuesday nigbt They voftst, just tell them to ask Patrick Mnr- lIoyal p..I.n ro' 'Or" M. ATW YOIII

}left for points north Wednesday. guests .. ..
phy. --
A switch is being pat in at Mr. )I. R.
of Hotel Carleton during their their stay. The Press declare that State U to lx credited.wlth
Philadelphia senate at
; t1I Creighton'a saw mill and it ia soon to be .
Mrs Clarence Nash of has CORRECTION. the president hu ceased to use the word least one reform.-Charleston Ness and
; in Daytona
operation we understand, as a shingle "delighted." 'Doobtlew! the United Courier t

mill, operated by Mr. Jamiesou, of Lake enjoyed her late visit to her daughter' Editor of THE Ftoaio STAB. .. ..
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Helen Mrs. C. H. Stewart. Mrs. Xah's host! Your Cocoa correspondent of hut week

Mr. J&s. A. Clark, of Baltimore arrive of Melbourne friends are always glad to was misinformed regarding the Brexard DO YOU WANT TO KNOW ALL ABOUT THE ,

see her and wish her visits could I last County Telephone company having die
ed at the Parker House last week and

with Mrs._Clark, who has been here for longer. electing The stockholders a nt' of directorsin reorganized EAST. COAST OF FLORIDA? :

the winter, is visiting Palm Beach and The new Brown house is having agoodly
old board which had
t place of the resigned
number of winter visitors.
= Miami before returning borne
Among the present guest are )Ir. and and the work of building the line Especially retarding Fruit Grow ing Trucking and .

On Monday night a very interesting Mrs. J. W. Parkin Youngstown Ohio, from Cocoa to Booaventnre will be pushed General Farming! If so, subscribe for the.......... '

entertainment was given in the church to completion as rapidly as po Bible,
and Mia Emily: A. Bush, Libertyville, FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.
: Miss Hazel and Miss Pearl Reid the .
; by Gray df pile all romors to contrary.H.
r III., and )Ir. and Mrs. Munn, of Chicago
SkirvSn, of New Smyrna, and it was enjoyed S.11'Itua., Prey
all both old and Fla. }{"h. 'O Hm.
by present, young Iiocklede, ISSUED ONCE A MONTH. SAMPLE COPY FKEF
Never in the history of Melbourne has
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Mr and )Irs. Geo. L. Torton of Brooklyn ADDRESS,
there been more visitor. Hotel Carleton In taking their dispute about the arbitration

t X. Y.. spent Saturday and Sunday hu been full all the season and is even treaties before tbe i-eopte the E. V. BLACKMAN Editor MIAMI, FLORIDA.
} }fro and Mrs. C. Howes ,
with W. leaving
now. Had the hotel been twice its present -: president and the senators adopt the -- -
for Ormond SL and
Monday size it could have been kept full. It principle of the referendum although
other of interest their homeward SAN MATEO CIGARSHave
pointa on is a homelike, attractive house, full of In this case the people have no chanceto

way. charming guests.A record their preferences at the polls.

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6ttIt.ON.F number of our winter visitors are Weakly Weather Report.

: The past few days have felt like the daily taking their departure for northern Reputationof
0.'. OKrA IT1I&'IT' or 1UIlICCJ.nazwRA78
"good old summer time." homes, but each day new arrivals come to CB BCKEAC.JrriTEK Their Own. (

hotels Carleton and Bellevueand t
Mr. F. G. Bennett spent a few days in our popular Fn., Mih. 21. lIIIS, The success of the San Mateo Cigar .
Brown House, where they find comfort
()teen: last week on business. Comparative statement of tempcnturt is one of the greatest triumphsof I
and home like stopping places, here .and rainfall fur the week ending Tuesday the East Coast since the freeze. I
Mr. and Mrs.*Carl Kuhl I left last Wed. the tired find ilclightfil quiet and rt. 'I' Mtb. It. I9U5
:' neaJay for their home in Golconda, 111. lies 1VJ4DATB. Made from tbe choicest growths of tobacco that the peninMila of Florida and U tt 1
Hotel Bellevue is entertaining the following I MAI. Mt.V. MAX. HI*. Island of Cuba can produce, and wrap**! with the new, silky leaf itrown on last \
Mr. .:Patillo> came over from Osteen pleasant Jot'Oplt': Me ni. Gi-o M<"'h. 15 71 9 III "A M Coast plantation, the cigar intry of the world has n.-vrrprtPdnce.l a Li.tta artidr.
1". M tT 7s 51 For ale all the leading hote'lj and clubs and the 1'ition News t.
Monday to continue the work on ins and J. D. Mcl ean. Pittebun, Pa.; Mr. 17. 7s till 75 67 by by t'ompaa| jon

;. grove. Harmon Winter Mr. and Mr*. Cha I+. .9 n5 7t M every train entering Florida i
J9. \ ,1" 79 IA Sizes Styles and Grades to select from.
: Mr. It. L lU ;in will leave in a few Winter and three pretty dau :!hUTS, the ::'O.z: w 'I ti* i ,

days for his home in IJouiona to ci>end Mi, Amelia, Harnet and Adelaide, ofGreat 21 M 72 7 9 t.l7 Mar.ifactnr.-d by S. W. ROWLEY, San Mateo, Fla.THE i.t .
'C' Total rainfall for thr Wtf'&. n in.lkp.rture .
;-: the ouutmer.Mrt. Neck, X. Y., and Itr. Taylor wife rainfallfurtbe week niou..2I

tit'a. GifeUie Nolle came from Ti.c and ton from South Carolina iacbes.
Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, minus SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY 0
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.: tosville last week to spend a few Ja '!! at 2S* inches
Gle lirallh Igor and Too
her home in this p'ace.! H. P HAtnit.Uth ,
Ire Iadllnf' ON EASY PAYMENTS. .
; now 'Ihng Sewing
Herbine ill a tom for sutlerers from < lal m ChargeSTATE
The home of Thos. French and wife, ftiicmia. By m u-e. the bluud Hqutckl!) ------- .-
colored was destroyed hy fire wt wtk. regenerated and the color! lnie!' nor- OF unto. t m <>r Totrm, I
saved. mal.! Tl.e drooping strength; is rexived.The I.r("*" (OCVTV.: { "
There was nothing Unmoor/ is diminished, healthwr FS\JiI. J. fiirMY: m kw with that he ttli Direct j Keprtwntative is at your writer. Drop m a card and l he, will rail! ,in you

Mr. II. O. hitniin and *i-ter, lies >N'ni r >ai1ntri.fthenniiof F. J. ('II'-'in'
and life and ha > |
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predominate, new [ Sewing Machines Sold or Rented. Terms: $3.00 dOin and $3.GO ptr month.
.t ("n. doing taiiiifvi in the city of Toledo
of Oak Kill Sunday with iwults.! Mrs. IMlv H. >hrtel
Mary, spent JIY activity
rviinty and state afi>rrMiJ. .nd that aid firui rr wd f'ir .,1.1) .. III liii.
.IiddIn U III. "I have >in 10 to 110 fwr rent dixtitii at htnmH niakr u *<: i
Mr. and Mrs. Albert N*>H-,. >rough, wnu: will pay the turnf Our Hoodrni Ihtllart for .. .
\.r. .
ti. been troubled ith liver and rr| iirt+t b.-lteIC. fr all kin l of lnrnDO <> '
\ cmnplaint each and every rare ff catarrh that rannot lecnedbytheuwoflietaI'CATAEEJI'tk .
2: The dense At Mr.I K. L Ktgin' home, I'Ior,100,1, and have>? nothing to -- -

: near Clifton, wm intended by a few from benefit me like Herbine. I hoj> ne\er FiaNK J. I'll EN KY: NOT USE POOR 01L-r.rtjM r'wirg', writing snarl in-.*. .i.j.

Frhh A good time i+ to Iw ithout it. I have wt hed that I Swum to U-ftire me and &MiWnlx in toy tiesar.dforallpurrevsre1c3nnFafine: hilirtraiil the 1.! -..t .11.'h.tiiftL
this plait ) rrllrttd. had known of it in my hnbnd's lifttime. pirsenre this t>th day of I> TBilr. .\.n. h 'l.f the end tit'nuim.IXta:.! oil -an "tilj beol-tan) l at !inj r,...

." oft at R..1 Crocs Pharmacy and 1 I .f ---- ). .\. W. cLFtylN.
gait .\.tJrt"1I The Co.
Singer Manufacturing
There w*01 a lane attendance at the Eau iallie Pharmacy.AGAINST ( -- I NuUry I'ublwo.lIan' ,
Mr. and Mrs A. X. XolI 'e --- ---
singing Cocoa Florida.
(Urrh sewn i* taken internally ao.1arts ,
Sunday waning and it was much enjoyed DIVISION.From directly on -h, Mo>.l And macoi,* arf*,
all the Cocoa And I Kocklede News yea of the sy tm. Send for tr'rtmoniak! frrr, -
by F. J CHENEY (y).. Toledo. Ohio Organs. Organs. Organs.
Mr. and Mrs. Jad..t. Taylor and three A petition is being circulated in this
and all of Impaired! --Ma. IlwJ. 118 a earl I when you have
('hiMrt'naron, Olivia and Truman, are vicinity probably in portions

spending this seek in (\HTUWlth Mr. the county, addtwed to Strator-Elt-rt J. L. MOBLEY, work for ns U. do Address! J M. M. BROCK. COCOA. FLORIDA. !.

Mr Jane Pixon. F. M. Hudson and Representative-Elect ;
Taylor's aunt 1ITr \1I.U: FI.\. -
C. F. Ulmrtead, asking that thy attaint E. L. BRADY & BRO. J
LI.IK. Contracts fir all! kinds! of Painting, Hal ,
K.\V ( taking in or fivonn lei;is- 1
rom tart any -
t t .
!sonuning, MaminFmi'hin? and 1'8pt.r
show light bloom so far (I! lath looking to the division of !',revardcnunty.
Orange trees )n Hanging at the mo-t rt'a"nabie price!
this M-aswn. Judging from the signatures appended -terit with i"i4Ml wotkriau'hmp. GROCERIES HAY, GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.
Alei. Xear's well driving plant hw jut to the jfliiion it would 8|>[*-" Work injitert on the East Coast We haDtU! jrmliv-e ,.t si, kinds U* tri tgrcU'nr M.j*. It-ni.iirn Wr deal ti I!& iniy 1

len overhauled on Hod,,"" n's ways. I! that very few of the citizen of t the trade ..f a.ini,* \\'nt"JI for pn. oo 'jj
Land, favor divUwnttuuloa 1.-ci311 solicited lt me know what (inin and ,ll im>Tn*u Jrtvrrr! .t vUth.n K I. REtliY .t I5R' Tin' :: 11:. .u.
Ltuie carried a party to the trash vicinity i
The row want and sM tr-y e"timit > on It. f
on Sunday with KtniH Hodf' >n at the II I Prompt attention given to ail l work
: TanaM "col'.. R. V. DOUGLASS :: : : ;
helm. I -- ---- -- .
I The +al SinipKMi tunnel aMt eljrtst .
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of "
s' Paddison and a party UHUIHSwenttoKockledije 11I.tbf' ... .
(E. F. !! three live to IM construction. "..a.r'r;
i in the launch Wynona i'! Milan comrwad 'nt of the 1.'oJn Ki :-, General Merchandise,

this w -k.Capt i!11'n'N'. It has claimed two mare vtf IF -:. .
ttnis since Its completion Severaln -. coci and are now at i -
.: a a Ijkfft IB I
train to
i: r-neera.. travellcg In a special ... .. .
in the yawl Princess and at haves tl.t Ieu fieN' .11<"-
Stuart finiabed work, sere rlIt'j
j i Inspect the newly You are in p jinn of ?it> :

ingarojal time. : met by r>.>J!.)MU. PWfl. the 1'eDtibUDii :: thing: yon ,k- oot want, a
IV C: C. Booth and party have returned i i| machinery failing to art Stitnurt: : :: it thrxnifhk. = the of THE : A. E. HILL

: from a trip to Miami and otber I Gr sl and m.nrot nt orercome. Lye '. T' and :t gne. -i'. ,
Ii IipoiOt.l farmer eiplrlnjr. on removal to a hen J
the east .vast.New
on | j 3
pltaL The other n!ibt Signor flan: o SANFORD. FLOHIDA. .
fences are be n*; erected: in vanous also lt1'Uml..t to the erect of the ii I IFYou :
the bent !
parts of oar town. I I (1o""nol1- fr: r'4 .. -. General Hardware.
cattle -
to keep out roving :
ez I INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE 7: want eomettnj that voq !. _
The Volunteer CarL Jerome's fine .: hAven'lsot. a.lrert +e for it'in :: Doors Sash. Blinds. Cement

:z launch, is having come chants nude in Carre to tock the Everett puce till THE MAE alai voor "aI01I will f I
I new artistic standard), the Harvard Lad- : be .
''= bet machinery al hodtyon'e yar\l. : soppned :.:
wig and Bailey punoe and the Famed :

Moonlight and beach parties are quite '. aiul Putnam oran!. Tbew makes aresold I GUNS AM U iTf NcA'NDtFisH NG TACKLE
&J.iCI par- 1
popular daring this moon at exceedingly chose prices for cvh. IF ,

tie are aW in favor among th* yoang or can be purchased on the inurrect! I
i I Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fittings. :

people. plac.Oar '. \ man u a >>i bQiinev i man, hecccht : .. ., .
patrons will tell roc that we hate r : 4run and IT it We > a ; a tv I (iar ar.l*-?. .J
The Fan Galhe Turpentine company itaJdinl caved then money in the purchase of := to use pT wt taUoE -ry Tin :: Tin Shop under CXXBpatent Gorman l&jtng. aricj, l> lrillr nd Jot <
the number of hoas = ?rsa office it era5ppd to'npplr :: sort "Ior-VJc,1Io. j
largely to their instrument, and we ire ir&Jjr to priy-r.fri.jr
i the right tied of pictic on the i
for their colored handa. Their quarters i. do the sajse by yuo. beet quality M far at reasonable :: Sole Agent Sooth Florida for tbe Norcross
olit5L Mr Baiky for :
is DOW quite a village Write as partlcoUr* and prices.Puns :t prices. end at &a ordrr. } f

' << popular to the with tee all the manafer tccp1t> *and*. it very rented for the txirirt esn.htasyi.le, ..0&.. ."')...". .....,......,..-. .!!!l't!t!'"4!'!t!!' .11M. .aa .. Hand Coltiiators and Fertilizing Drills.


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REVIVAL most London striking the other.of the afternoon mission wu of Ee the u- Pilliis A. G. SPAULDING & BROS'F'

ben A. Torrey and Cnarles M. Alexa utt I

der the Cbicago revivalists, says the! S I

Incidents of Religious Crusade New York World. It vas a children : Base Ball and Sporting Goods

: revival conducted on the same lines i IS
Conducted by Americans. pwulir rtrc !y never falls :t
the others. Lone before the door were tffoctaaBy cure

c opened the vast square outside the ban ,
vs' Skcdduchc !
cpsla Constipation

;. itAlI WOT OSE OF TEE LEADS was poor.crowded with children' rich ADd ( ,, Biliousness The H. & W. B. DREW CO,

.L On the'doors opening they surged up And ALL DISEASES ant IT-It Tenorpid

( sg :4: .Q.rl.. ....&Ju.. n TH "Inap U. the broad stair Into the great audit 1. Lin r and Bad DKjcstm' Jacksonville,

<:*.. fags J nac Reach tfc. Heart- rlura which was lOOn filled, while .y. The natural result Is jowl sri t:<, t

F ........1... .( th. Flrat ateedag.Jdaadrda eral thousands were turned away; and sand flesh. Dos mU: rKfrtrly ,; Distributors for the State of Florida.
coated and toss a1S.
fore than 500 children went penitent w T.r.e4 .A.-.I. ScrrUCbarte ?
to the platform.A rake No Substitute.ECHO .---. The trade supplied at manufacturers' low rot prut?*.

.. W. QlUna. - .- -. Retail orders and club outfit receive careful Attention.
I)laa rIft.vltU0a.
*' M. Alexander one of theM OFTHE Send for catalogue.
After a hearty meal a oW of KoJoJ INAUGURATION
4 Chicago revivalists who Is conducting .
= Dyspepsia Cum will prevent an attack t a religious crusade In England' indijiet-tion. .. Kodol a thorough digea One .( the r........ Exehaaa-e ., -- - '--- -- -- .

Dr.. Reuben A. Twrrey. talking recent- taut and a guaranteed cure for indige Pleaaatrlea With ..__...*. .

't : ly to a representative of the Washlc Lion, dyspepsia gas on ftomach, BOor AD echo of the presidential Inaugi. The name "Simplex"

t.. s ue' ton Star of the present big reUgto nsing?, had breath and all stomach troi ration, according to a Washington sjicial -

revival London said: hies. Watkiui, Lesbu, Kv., says: "I dispatch to the New York Poi:

t: "Dr. Tdrrey and myself hue. cones can testify to the efficacy of Kodol in the During the passing: of the parade the OIMPLEX has been repeatedly

r4.r London with one aim and view and cure of stomach trouble. I was afflicts in the !
to president was hghet spirit
r with stomach trouble for fifteen yean and p IANO Y complimented as very .-
salvation of and
4 that 1s the definite indulged In many running \'OIU'm'ntJ :
have taken six bottles 1\:0001:
livery word that U uttered and ever your with senators.
Dyspepsia Cure? which entirely cured me. appropriate. The Simplex
' song that Is sung we want to count In Thtefrix liottlet were worth $lt'O to "Lodge" said the president, addre "-

a that direction. Our methods are u me." Koilol Dyspepsia Cure will dll.1'tt tug the Massachusetts senator "yoi -
i is simple in
simple as we know how to make then any quantity of{ all the wholmme OIJtJ ought to have seen Senator Huron turn every

'r In order to deal with such a large mass you want to eat while yourgtomach t akt'lla pale[ when he heard me today swear tj' Its

of people rest, recuperates and grows strong. This support the constitution." way and particular.

.lf we were only conducting servIces wonderful preparation is justly entitle '''On the contrary, Mr. President" replied -
to all of its remarkable Sol! mechanism is simple.
In a church or chapel with a thoa many cures. Senator Bacon "when I bi'ard10U ,' \
by Red Cross Pharmacy, Lan:: Galli \
sand people a night, we should not do that I was greatly encourage'
Pharmacy and Cliaa. F. Campbell. I. It does not easily
Y need many things that we need in such! tc1;

a great campaign as that which we are JET IN STYLE. It will bring rich, red blood firm tlt't-h : need
out of order or re
about to commence. I do not believe< and muscle. That's what Ilolli.ter'sRocky :

jet that any other committee could bate While Variety the Latest Paris 5.y- Mountain Tea will d.). Taken it is
If it should mischance
a; run a* Urge an organization as thL city IB Loadoa. this month, ktt-j you well all smumrr. by any ,

i_ mission In Londou at less expense Jet of all kinds la scintillating into 3* cents tea or tablets. Ask your druggist easily fixed. The Simplex is fully warrantedand

Tbe entire fond gathered by the com fashion again in London, but the Jewelry .

rulttt'e will be used for the necessary novelty of 1005: la pure white jet. is an ornament to any home.

1s.. b expenaea-advertising, rental of the which baa been Introduced from Paris. I'alqne Sraaa-Rliaa Scheme.

F. fr' Hoyal Albert hall erection of the ball says a London cable dispatch to the< Police officers recently discovered anew Sold

In Brlxtoa and the work In IsUngton. Philadelphia labile Ledger. method of smuggling liquor, says fly

,' :' It la quite a fallacy to suppose that the White Jet resemble highly polishes a Muskoxee (I. T. correspondent of

V"j mission to in any way a money making ivory but sparkles more, and when It the Kansas City Star. A teamster INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE Titusville.

one for Dr. Torrey and myself. Ware < Is carefully cut the effect Is dazzling. working on a railroad grade devise

t:: after souls and not after purses. High dog collars In a delicate tracery the plan. lie had two very large! hors

). ::0' t; "If this mission bad been organized of glistening white stones, wonderful collars made water tight He wouli -

i on any smaller scale than it has beet rivieres( and long chains with pendants: make regular trips to Teias. and every -.

ot set with sparkling jet are the time he would return the laborer COAST RAILWAY.
t ail London would not be speaking among FLORIDA EAST
would drunk. After him
religious subjects as It Is tod f. Is It neck adornments in the new stone. get watching
. a. Beautiful tiaras of white jet have for a long time the officers discovered
r not worth many times 17.000 (&A.OuO .
, ) to get the greatest city In the been ordered In Paris by dark haired thnt he would take the extra horse collars local'to Card Not 59. In Effect Jan. 3D. 1905.
with him and bring them but
Fair women prefer the
it world to make religion the foremost women. sparkling
i.i :; topic of the hour) i it black stones. full of whisky. Each collar would IOUIM.BOUHO-.gtAD DOWN. ..ORTM.iO\l'-D-IUI' >> U'

"If. I say again, the mission had I If' Old jet Is being unearthed from tam bold about two gallons of liquor. .

been organized on any smaller scale,. Hy treasure chests and reset Amongthe -- -- -. _- ft* 99 IK 31 ... 2 t ... ZJ M. 71 h, 111 I .... II|+, *, N
i the press would not have thought it many well known women u hj poaess Attacked by a Mob. Daily Daily Galls D.tly I I. IJ Twill .; belly Dally

}: worth while to fill their columns u magnificent jet ornaments is IMnfss And beaten in a labor ru.t. until('0\er- soup 11 Up 1000ft10W 6001 LT.. .....J.rkninirUI. ....Arj.lClp I IMP lea IS* a
they have done of late' with religiousnews. Victoria of Sieswick-Holsteiu. who ed with (*ire! ..a Chicago street rat Inn.ductorapplird : III p ft ... ....8o..I.chuUIIl Lv 1a: IIOaIT11a I 1p .M *
t Buckle.u's Arnica Sal4 and] SpIWp UOp 1111. t01a.. .......Bi.Augustine9'p: 'lOp
; Tbe millions who read the Lon- inherited the greater part of Queen 11 MftU10 .........U..unp.. SUP I IM.
was f' ion are bound to be Impressed Victoria's valuable collection.H 10 Up loops p 'th ..I!.., I'.lal' 11 p !! _
papers I I j -
s my ( mit). write" G J. Welch, of TVkoiisha -* B* '
4 i by the magnitude of the work and I I 'Mich. "ami find it itrrfcrt IlIlI>> p % p 1JS1 p Ittt ft Ar ....1&11& .. I" '" p7p 44 PI' ... .
Remedy for Conitltatloa. .Iah .. ......lal.. Ar It' Ma.i
have not the faintest doubt that thou Imply great for cuts and burns. July lI lip loop Ilii W _

T', .[ wads will be led to Jesus Christ aim "The finest! remedy I ever used iiChamberlain's 25c. at Red Cross Pharmacy. IU p 114 JiU ArL .........H&n Matto. .. 1.Y Ill II ass p715s
' ;f ply through reading the reports of oar Stomach and Liver Tablets 100& .... .SanMat''o'.. Ar -tap tale Tit *

!, meetings.. ," says Mr. Eli Butler, of Frankvilte For a Flied Ea..... --.. p Lv... ...... Seoga. .., ... 1.f HIt P
X. Y.i'Tht'v gently.and wiihont an* : I UU ... .. HuniK-iU .. 4 U P
L't "In regard to the character of awkwardness of movable Easter pIMp
The a
I 8001"we unpleasant effect and leave the bowels in I CIII P .. ... .I'UIItIM 417 l>
' use. I would say that they are Just natural condition." Sold has frequently attracted attention 11111. ..... .... i 410 pIllp I
a perfectly bj ... atop i IMSIHpUMi IMft
: as simple as I could get for I find Red Cross Pharmacy. on the (continent and the discussion of us seep "'P 1IltI.11 Aft ...... ...Vort'i. .1' $ 11. 111.
r that the simple gospel song reaches the question has again been revived 11 wp P lie P .. ........ Ir7p ,
I .. .. .
.......)i."Ia'1JrIlI. a 8 P Iwp
*. the heart better than more complicated Crimea Tartary's Awakening.The in Berlin, says the New York Jour U28.p 221 2.0 p P UlXlp .. ......... fll'H..:! f 1p
music Some of the songs that hart ferment in Russia has had a nal. Professor Forster. director! of 130ft 440 p ttp: 1>U p ........ lUu.ull. iiJp ?: :
.. .. !;o. II lip
t 'Jp
... t been criticised most severely by mu- curious sequel In a racial ferment the Berlin observatory, recently SUit 3Mftitift 4<* p .... .. ." 1:.Or I i 10 p
: r' alclans have been the songs that have among the Tartars of the Crimea for Rested that the pox should take In 6 JO p 4 li pin p B.Ya"rlre' If .ti'h Ion p UI II !
.. ... . Iau'.llie .'Ilep Ip tae
., dent the most people into the kingdom. the restoration of their ancient kingdom hand the settlement of the question. 413 pIM &OI 4U p p 1Up 2JU p ... ,.. J..U.ourM .. .. .itW plltiptliII4' !=

"I have tried to get words that have the London iJol\ A He also communicated with Signor p p ..... ....l'4'l..LiaD !II4a' t.
; -
i says 6J5 ... .... M Iuee I')" .
a picture In every line, easy to speak has even appeared, styling! himself Tondlnl! and with tLe astronomers of 640 p 140 ". ....,tfort IlleiwTtbUt ...... .. IONI ISM I, imp
." with melody that carries them withouta Sabal Glrex Kban and claimingto the Vatican observatory. Their coin 7Up S6 pIM p p ..... ,.. .. .. ... ,.1
..... ... 'AWD .. .... ,Its. I i
hitch. People sing them as they 1:3ut ll@ a descendant of Scachln! Carez moo proposal was to fix Easter on the pTM p ....... J..nlrll. !1011.! ''I' i

r to their work and some bare the Khan the last of the independent third Sunday after the equinox-thu 114 p ....... .l9tatr' .. .. :. OMs .SI ,
.. .. .
.. .. I1"t.e..nnd Tai r
f- words and tunes so thoroughly dIed Inf. khans who submitted to Rust.ia! In is to say after tie :lit day of March 7 u. p p ? \\I'd JIii'IU i Sit ft 71_

their memory that a hymn book Is no 1!& The pretender who appears the moon no longer Influencing tLc ez. StOp ttu p id'/P 'rI'.h.. ooaeh !.100allll.a SiaN5aa 1S {. arip a

longer necessary. among the Tartar villages with an date. The festival would then out} <4ift7W ,Slap t.lfp ISp e2p 621 a.ip> P Lv.! + SSs tip

t The other Sunday In Cambridge, for armed bodyguard, has even |issued a vary between April 4 and 11 Instead or upOWp fcojnlon U7! it.I HI P4Mp
..... ,.Ir., dill. .. ,
example, with a hail packed with university 1- between March 22 and April :2T. a' I
If manifesto: claiming the restoration of OW p .. .. (1 law/rnlate All a i
: men I wanted to see bow they the khanate. have teen ent now. lw p .. 1I.It.ud: I ri. s I p
Troops ... ... I..A"'Onl' S 2'1 p
would receive the songs. They (caught i from Sevastopol to HuehasohlsaraJ. the *> '11 P UUp 14'" p 7RupAr! :y\ :.mi I. S9oal/u I 1"1 .

them up as quickly as any audience I ancient capital, and the mosque where I -.-.- --- I- I .- I
r have ever seen. At the close the Invitation I!i the khans of old wore InauituratnJ K I -Buffeil'arlor'ask"alrliflI- -- i :'ft, at.4sn4 :Iat.daffrt.r.rr''arann: u.III' II'. sae 50t.twe.n
rrkoDCse.a4 t'.rl.,1 eta.i, IIllna', a.. f I' !.I..n In A.i4tua na sadltew
to converts to declare themwive ;: under Intent.
was given during the slngins; of ; For Pain 5Dyrn.

Tell il other 111 Be There. Thirty- : If trouble with, uk dip\i tion, be-lcb- CONDENSED SCHEDULE BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND 8T. AUGUSTINE

\ live men boldly rose and confessedChrUt. I ins or sour ctomacii!, rise Chamix-rlain's .1

J :, mach and Liver Tablets and you sill Take a Dr. Miles' -- -- ,.. ';;! ;. rte -..-,,; wSU Ii! tea U' .... JI' N IT' -... .... a. ii. X11'A

"People ask me why I do not use I wet quick relief. Fur sale by Red Crow Anti-Pain Pill and ?!. : ,. Daisy j j I"'IJ! 1>aI'J. I,,, y I I'"i,) h.I'a.s.4.. h ww"' I... t'. h ,,_
classical music for the higher class of j I IIt"iple. I'harrnacv. -- .-- ---t .- -' -- --..
4e the Pain will disappear Y..4.LTIir i.IfIrt.. a. :' .If 'is r. ::1' rea- i 4't r. r. Jt PS re
and I reply that I will adopt !! ) .. ,", s tI'> '' V.'r. .i 'D'' lips
.\ "l>.pe .'.rlj" .. thl..c. 4, K Aaj,.ilio .SPi> 4.!|lOi5 i: a. II i > m e.irn .
.. .
classical music when I that it leads j Like b --
I'i' se Profp. ,r Frerlerlck! Starr the an r.. I" Sa. eft .it. !%. .,. %. U. +4 IitI 4 541..
S. Ilf b
j ; 1
to forsake sin and Christ ..
: l>eopl< awept : 1'1 1'a' J
tb't l of the rnlverity of rhl.! Magic. S Bt'\D. i l' ih y I... I.... itaAy
1- This simple heart music which ILOll" I Lily ta Sts h. 101..1. 'e4: :.. _
m>. ve a "dnj party a few -v 'ii --- .
fuses the audience and puts them on Not by parnHiirn th" Hi and L.StA..intnt br.arib'.. Mara; ...r. ., .
I Insf* n1 for men and jrirltn'! : ,._ r4'a. I4ia5 .Ja.Ivey! .to. ,.. ; .. 1'50P*
n.tloss. ,
lick the same level-the business! man. the I g.ata. tke ". .rn. t.orr. Ain. cr..c.a .r.J. -- -t3'e. _
*a.: a t fcicao dl patch. Tt Slrln1pat !* ut tr -'--- -- -- ., .
; society woman the laboring man. the &:. other jA-ir-I''"i! T > r.'I'd Trim e.D;p..nd 'Xf"lu.hf' ..I t'ul ruar or law .r t.r. as I airs w: '. ,. aarMt
F- attraction! czarftt N roar .
crC''i1ng the ajt-r.i: cruiuna.1 roarore&p.h.du. ..1'. Ira" '''u >t' WI.I 'w rwhnti .ri.W.
t: outcast woman-and they find to It a I t Lisp
poumled from "dop** u.e4 hy the ar !! spew; II' ,M3n- in ft r ut efir.
; touch that makes them all kin and : dent". a !sort of clay that when snn kp JnOd"rn d.s.r.rfe' m <1MRIt ". trsktr g r ST. _ll.iUn""f A""D '..4 u 'UA MAUl till Ina) Fs k

c. lead them all along a common path ; (>l Immediately! eautes drean., ar..! {. taUtle to rtlltv war without t.4aftere In.II I ""tIOk e 1"i.y 1",a.., w.t

t: to their Creator." In .'Mtn. ,: ,; .. I."I ,.. :
CDlimited! .;uantttw! of Ire 1"" U1. 4 JO p1LV! .. SIp Ar : i r a *
; .. the Tau can: safely dp.n1 uMn tor. MlJu' 419 iLT ... >..*. f...t.. I.. -i-tiilfA ti i V ftj i P
.'1 the clow" of the first great Sunday ; addition to the e prf AnU-r..ln PUl- to r..l:"e and cure such 1I'.. 1.\. ill, t r .1".1.. .. I.r,'.*' I-> 1'lfp'A' 1\| .la., Pth
) .
s ,"H"or pl'1'ltUt..1 hU till r-U-t. r I i9u !.4r L,ayt/ & i. r bar r. ft I*' ur-v. ii f
I lI i3ar.e Ptnma' ; :
veniBif! meeting of the revival now being VuiU. Much interest wa djilav! 1"! acts;4.z *, U.lI..t.-aJ"virag] a r..I.. Rhea rnaU5n:. ; "p.u: Sr,, m1rnA l."i; T .F; ..{ t..i MUtel 1.. .* *. '

t conducted in Ia)n lon by Pr. Tory In the skit of the ruler,vphalic idi-,t Eackar e. Tottharhe. etaThey .... I' ,.. IT. %. th/'".. .j 5.141 r 4.Iha1

Put-- : Professor Starr explain that t!..- ...:n .!*>, by tkwr cimlrf att. : "sM4y ear, I 11..11,;: w41Pu+i1 U"JI Ia.y!rH, J. ;K: t 1M." (tuMtcm 5lgt.: .y.ya4Yp,1.v 0.."
: Dlcnxvphalu had !..'en niwt cbfortuoate an on the o-rv"!& a'.m'>*tiu.ntly r,- -.- -.- .. -
J .., >-.:> .r..fc 4u. ;. ; ,'.I !t.war A rp'wIp
Ixtndon evangelistic council said t.> ; leu rsrt' 'sttrg f-!lii u r>tiIni -
I- tad thick th'aer ..
tis .
in that was i..Laa.II. .
.. .) i Uii pHra'+ '> H' rb I..rso.ea..i4s I' L.rl.4 p
the Chicago; I\* t'. I/indon correspond, even than that of the dullest: pup.! I:t.... Car-!I.k\-4 >n. Irr- _; i !' *'11., r.: 58LI., 0..5 .:: !,y I"a'.X.. I ,J ;. .. ..
slr :. tienn.r...., tte. hJ '! t. ; *'' *,- v 'I' j; 4if '*'a'I" i' ..y
I t&ty. aanrs4 : D & A ft"SJ7"y1Ar 1 I ..5 p
eat "It was tee best n.t cjht everknew ,. la the: professor's! class. I __ _.--' -- -. Ii
N-M v.'"Mr da H..y r.I".4t.( but th ya uEi.
; of any revival caropaljn in Lon 1a.; : ** 11I' "g-
e a.m .I\1t.l y I'1T1 t.e-re1 H tr EIitS'S1Iy. IWND MA4art.
r don." I>r. Torrey declared that It was I'r.p.r reatment of I> yerttg tatb u..:roM, you do away : S..l JA ". *!./ fjML' f* i

the bet first n'.At! he had ever had in I I Ir I'1 ... f
: .
4. : ar !
: i i. t.v ilsp-jTOT* a .: .wfor t:&u M. 410. JI.if r Str tarp
.' ; his trip around the world.As to Altrmpt to d'Xtnr himw-tf, : :". stile.' ALt1-ran t'I:1 .t. gur. I Til a Ar @uM..v..n Iv 34% 50 Ja Ar AaA 1.. i.Sa
C early as 5 o'clock in the afteraoos : Ubocf; he way have the r'r'+rr remse ...,t-4 that "rwt"ir.l ;; beneft ..,r I

4 people began forcslsg fa &u outside .1 : it l.aml. .\ phv>nriin h.ioiiij .jll J U s r"-.;:' rse .y r.t. !' "'.4; In buJI }! PLMSSULAR AID OCCIDENTAL STLAVSHiP COlS CTiO_S AT XUOfl..ISM :
h-" the ,honM! S burns in nv.nJ "1 fcza tiz ik'i f-r tk. < the doors of the great Slowly ; tie ("*'led.! It I M .. t..a. arA ____ I
1 ;> "roU'""D P: s are j
lice formed at first and tiea faster hnwecer. that pneonvMii siwiv rroro n'La' i C.g rst Lt.r e.ntht war 1 ha.k : c.sae"if.U'c II HUmi .icl S ezl I'fi .f tile P t: 0 S. S Ci-f, .*y Fat
and faster until at 6.A) long cues of : r cold or from an attick cf the 2rip. e I-..,. ofi"v. .....M.. t-.r ,:'" b<..a.*.' I I
I *1 "
Chamheriin's CaizhY.emedy ci. !1 .UOT'I y i
people four and six deep stretch far and that by fivir.f I a ic- 1 -..." t )c.s.< Ar.-l'i--: J-s: NASSAU. HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
*. of the tL* Ihreatrnwl atu* k..f prior I t r ,-'Jr.m' 1 t.1 t'.r ga4'" !.
lato the distance! thff side
on e .
wnia may be wailed nt!. Tt',:, nofl'.lrit Ur. ;,..!; I hi'v n<7t r.if -!
great buS.1n1! 7 o'clcvk the do sO I :-. ht'C atL., it. t.---. : :ai- a ., .. ,
in the T'. ._.. __ .. -' ... ,
tr t- ,
ak o used by phy were thrown ore :and the pep. I I.aI I.-. ".r I'r: -a f t.'t
. of .:lb! the I..t11t. -jt-: .. I.o o.ot
ieot tjrteatnonU .DIRP:: Gr !: : r 1.1I .
,, ...
'' rt 'r.J4a n..t CXI ;.at.r ><- I :.0 t ??a; tot' rtes? a'4 _
streamed" rapidly Into the tulkling. %V. J Sraith.: oNan.irr. Ala who t'tn W"'" t0 us F-. T &1 t,...:::. i
Lang before 8 o'clock every sva'isb ': droizw, NV' (If it. "I bare r_n I FREE Y.xag. ot Cr III. "es' Art. : -
edt was filled: Tee aaJiecev wa tl'.io!: : Ch.mM'ain'e; Oncfh r..m ly and Pa'" P !1:1. :- 1tw S-.DI P-II ':7
I sir ....ft. A;,o Symrtoas iJUn; 'J.rl j Tor C4>,. .t th. LOCAL T1MC. CAM or OlK r lrJ.raw.u..
natAl at 1'c.O.tU hundreds. if tot rwcritrd it tn my pr 'tkv fir the gait :'; claJat ww d:.jjjt*. four ca1.:1 ] "SEE THE TICKET ACJCNF"
thousands were turned frost tbe doors i ..i ve..r.. I nil: it in r-** of prt'QJfil 2w -Lat U *rv&K sad &,. tO r.("t .t. |

.tvj have atAV4 eouen" the b 't refute"ag.i I FrDR.i iuvwai. )!x 1LJi L..1-ii MEWfAK\ :;. LVLU t.Xit''; J. D. I.JI1N:1Allt.. Gen'L r... Agt, ST UCU TJSc. t LA.e .
by Led Gust Pw.rmaL"I. 4
!,'dsi at Bola Albert tin la 4


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r '." 4- 'l >AY, MARCH.24.1905 THE" FLORIDA STAROverWork '

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Weakens that tlfTT wblcb only can 'liberate mTSBURG OF MANCHURIA.


)r. Your Kidneys. "LJcnt minded iople, Judging superCdaHj. Fetmr .( Cltjr .. ?Tldta(. Toward
eapeeJafly. those upset by the Wade Ik* ....!**. B.. **t"" .'
t r fehetltky KUaep Make Impart eod.R bctcbery la St. Petersburg thought The city of 'I1 rm& or Iron Mountain

the chief cause of the events lay la In Manchuria, Is so named because -
All the blood la your body passes through the despotism of tbe government and the range of bills which surroundit

t your kidneys once nay three minutes. If the autocratic monarchical form of abound In Iron ore, making Titling pctiiii .

the kidneys are your the Zloniaa government ,was replacedby the future Httsburg of ManchBrta,
purifier fitter
a they a constitutional or republican one says the Boston Utobe. "
out the
vase or
t- Impurities blood. then such events could cot be repeated The retreat of the Russian array toward giAiqJ

H they are sicker out' "But the chief calamity from which Tleling from the capital city of :

of order they faD to do the Russian people are suffering is not Mukden draw attention to .a city

t d i thdr Work.Painatchesaadrlsar. 8L Petmbors events, but the reckless which 1* t very Important commercial The Kind You Hate Always Bought and which has bccu
disgraceful cruel war Instigatedby renter
In the for over 30 has borne the of :
maiuxa come from exceascf a score of Immoral Individuals. The The river and caravan trafflc of Tie yean, signature
uric add fat the war, which already has destroyed hundreds ling "t'oonnOUL Large Jocks come and has been mode under hi* personal >-

A kidney-trouble. blood clue to'1J fib of thousand of Russians, imposes freely to this town In the open season supervision since its Infancy.Allow .

i an the months thousands # no one to deceive in thli.
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady enormous tax upon the labor and during winter yon
the beats and makes one feel as though of future generations. That which of pack animals and cans take All Counterfeits, Imitation and ".Ju"t-a. .;:utxl" are but

;; had heart trouble, because the heart is took place in St. Petersburg on Jan away the goods Imported by junk and Itt'rIDlt"nb thai trifle with and endanger the health of

z over-working in pumping thick kidney 22 is nothing in comparison. to what bring down vast quantities of local Infants anti Children-Experience against Kxpcriuicut
poisoned blood through veins and arteries, U taking place in Manchuria." produce which la stored awaiting the
e It used to be considered that only urinary In conclusion Count Tolstoi says that reopening of junk tra1 c.

' *t v but troubles now modem were to science be traced proves to the that kidneys.nearly! in America France, Germany, Japan The Russian railway has given a What is CASTORIA

t.. all tons luUooAI diseases have their beginning and England the pernicious character great impetus to the business of the
. ii in kidney trouble. of the governments Is so marked that already enterprising native trader, Castoria is a harmless substitute for castor OH, Pus

; If you are sick you can make no mistake those belonging to those nations pointto who were quick to take advantage of gone, l>n>p< and Soothing .Sjnips It I* Pleasant It
s by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild events in Itnssia and naively imagine the new facilities. Many caravan and contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other NarcoticMilxtunee.
-t and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's what Is done In Russia is done trade routes pass through or convergeon
r Swamp-Root the great kidney remedy U only In Russia, while they enjoy complote Ttelinc. and it has intercepted muchof Its age is its puurantee. It destroysVurm*
soon realized. It stands the and allays 'en'rhhllt'S4. It Dlnrrb ,'" and Wind
highest for its freedom and need no improvement the trade that formerly belonged to cures <<
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases of their po; 1tlona. Mukden. Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation ?

", .. and U sold on its "But. 'be adds, -they are in the There is a fine solid stone dagoba In and Flatulency. It .a*>iuilhiteH the Fuss, reguUtCJ the
cent by and druggists- most hopeless state of slavery-the the town dating from probably the Stonuch and Bowels ghiug healthy and natural klccp -

ei. You may slavery of slaves who do not under. thirteenth century. The walled townis 1 he Children's l'nuacc.\-Tje lotlu-r's Fiioiul.

.. ,- sample{ bottle by mad 0-.,.....*. stand that they are slaves and pride densely crowded with business
:- free also pamphlet telling you how to find tht'mllf'ITf'II! on their position as slaves bongs, the area being comparatively GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS ti
{ out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. Tbe fact is that every coercive goy fcoull. Tbe wails are of brick externally .

r r= Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer eminent Is In the essence a great and stone In the Inner face, ami. as usual 1 '
tt Co.. Blnghamton. N. Y.DJD' unnecessary evil Therefore the aim the wide space between is filled Bears the Signature of :t-

; t make any mistake, but remember both of the Russians and of all men In with rough stone and mud. The two
tbe name, bwatup-root, l>r. Kilmer' Swam: should not be to replace one form of suburb east and west contain three-

? Koot and the mddrra, Biofhamton, X. V,, government by another, but to free quarters of the population, which numbers
on every bottle. themselves! from every government and Ilrobat.lyIeVill., ;t.

aboli>Ji it. This town. owing to its situation at
tile apex: of the irregular and triangular -
Are You
tupc..t fF.ngage.1
;. SCORING GOVERNMENTS people should remember that, I.lao plain and to Its large stores of
and that road from the lain, The Kind You Have
after marriage, many quam-h), can 1>e grain Always Bought I
avoided by keeping their dictions in especially a military route from Feng
told condition with Electric Hitters. wangiiieng via KaimachI and Ylngpan.
Toistoi Says"All Are Institu. S. A. Brown of Bennett**Hie, S. C., me: pass through here, Is of considerable I In Use For :

tions to Commit Crime.HE "For years my wife coffered intensely l Importance.i TMI cu,a v.te..av. HWHIU!.eT..3T.o.TOW ar% .s- J

from arepepeia, complicated with a torpid :<.,- Titling Is Kalyuan.! another :_ : ;:.. __. ::. :. : :. ,__
liver, until die lot her strength; and vigor walled city, commanding the roads
and became a mere wreck of her former ,
ADVISES GENERAL LBERATIOSO self Then she tried Electric Bitten, which lead from the plain op Into the .. _. f.,
which helped her at once and finally undulating tableland of central' Man f'
made her entirely well She is now' churia. Tie ancient city has for agw HODGES & O'HARA
; = Mean of Altaliilnv It, tlmng and healthy." Red Croat Pharmacy stood as the northeastern fortress of ,

Count 'aa U lo HrllsloBalr led eels! and guarantees them at 50c a th? Chinese empire Its walls which WMMI.O BLEl Y. ru%.,

rt :. Morally Perfect. Separate. Indlttd bottle are tome III Ix or seven miles! In eircumferenw DEALERS IN AND MANUFACTURERS OF

All seem once to bate Incloxed
I.- DrrUrrc That \\"e Arc
; Oar user, Good 3at.rrd rrr.14..t.Ur. even a larger' arm. as mini of otherwalls
Uin and De lot Know It. YELLOW PINE CYPRESS
: Roosevelt seldom loses his gtlll extend to the n rtbnll west.

Count Leo ToUtol In a recent letterto nature and exuberance of fpirlts.vthlcb At prtTit only the ventral parti bruit and TToBotnlolo Ornto t,

the London Time says that be regard are hU attractive characteristics, says have Inhabitant, some l.:' ,/If\(). with alistrict f
Jackson Tinker in Public Oplnbn. He Estimates furnished for complete Hillt of Lumber to be delivered at any point t.n (:ant"out.
not only the Husslau goxeru + macerate and a military frontier t
meat but all government as "Intricate Is extremely fond of his children and forceft same 3** men The tradeIs ---

L iustitutlou suDCtlnVd by tradition and devoted toJ their Interests and enjoy I small, but owing to situation witha John Stetson University

; cUitoIu for the i>urpo.e .t cuuimittiugby went, and they prefer being with the vide rlvor. inHbJ certainly 1'1.t.t
.; violence and WIt11lwpuult1 the most man who to them is "father" than after rHln. under its southern walls
1 dreadful social crimes" with any one else No employee In any with the railway near and from tb.. DE LAND, FLA

He therefore think the effort* ofthoxe vocation is a more busy man than fart thnt no bills! rnniraand the plateexipjit
With The of :
< Affiliated University Chicago
.! "!bo wish to Improve x-lal life Theodore Roosevelt the chief executive from a distance. It may play as

.. :.'. fchouM I>e dlre'e'tett to the llberutlou of of the American nation. But b* thrives !1t has d ne !In pftII(?.'4 nn Importantpart COLLI (II: (II' LI It Mt II. .lcTsTlie atamtandt n> tb(.e .if Ibl Tnurn.ity "( Tiira<..
'\.-, tbemteltM' "from tbe covernutenu on bard work and is ever alert and In coming l1I tory. ti'twura' .laate. rift ttieirdr rrm from both Mr loon lint ClurtgiiCOLLtr.K .

-.. : whose futility in these times* Is IncvruIng energetic._ OF I.\W-4.ra-uatf'llt..f tbuCulIrgv! are liiitttl tor <1i<'eUw in HuriiU .
** the Tonic Itvute. without riiDiinnUoo.COLLKOKOFTH. .,
74 ttiore and more obviou This object _
,IIMHAMa -fflaniral. I ,irll, Fl<- he hold, could only lie attained The that and not T
pills ad a. a tonic asa
wants leading U>Jgrif Flue bew l>uii by the unique mean of rrllgiuiuly and dranic purse, arc J)t-\\',tt'8 .Latl EarlyRivera. "UI.Ulit: UF Hl''l> H-n4nkint) in all U trallrb.'IL 1 l' ..k.kiting<< by oot aat4l..l..
morally perfecting separate ludirld The cure h.-adlu'h. jmiHiprtUon Et''tiH' euureea (jK-n in otli r IV,psrtint-titA. large Faulty mud cunim..lii>u. bllitdlPt
k V uals. The Idea h l.rt'ult'nt. lie add!!, bih\u"n t#f ftcKarly KiK-re are" l'UtUTUn\' Altr.M\-rrm.Irt: |>n-p.rr,i to titer Jlaru"I, Yale }'rirrsleu
that the tell l't\UI,1tdwt.llJr. the "paw- email, ey to take and easy to act-a>af.> (uri tII. Mirbijan, l'hi'&illal"J.n fir>t rive (V>I1>>(F* i
pill.) Mack Hamilton hutrl clerk at Valley .
cut articularly coarse, cruel stupid X. II "Tits, curedme 1ORMLAYllt'It.tTI'K'IIOnL-I KindrrgartrniniUownbuildhir ll'riwmrjJnninur
IL't"'o'JI City sty: tottlea and ( 'h"IIID wittrit1 tuitl ling Tint Nli.ol < (Mx-UIIjr prepares 1'uMic Lit bud if
and dtxvltfnt Rug+lxn guverutueut" It of chronic constipation Soil by teachers. .r
._-., due to the fact that the Hu lan K'vrnnunt )\' lied Cnt* 1'hartiwry, rAn Gallic Pharmacy '
.Ml !SIT SCIHMU-- {I0. : .?-'T t. is not org auint'\l on tbe m<*lel ; and Cha. F 'aml.Lt-II. hnnxigh roupt+i <.f ta
+;": of other exlstiuu governments whl+-h s ART vCIHMllS. .tu.tio. Curtly rata.tutlellite. r.

f;{ "are similar to Institution' for the committal Horsed Ijtrk !. l'.a.ha.1.. rtrtMa ha+ a acuity of J. r.n.f.--Jr1 and inM urttn. They .U.J.I drrre.. In... tbe ell' '
-<:. ; of all tyuJs of. crimes against: A flock of a d' wn horned lark were Fruity nf biinfrt ', lUtvard Yak lh>nn ootli, < vluuH ia. t'ruu-nnjy IVuMiUattiA&, BryaMr '1
;;' .' their l"\JIIt"1' srt recently seen In line Run valley near Bu kndl. Tniversfy of XIn h'gn. I"iinunu and otbrr fnit.r.or.. Tb!n are ovtr
Chapman's tnllK Iturks county in | Itlh.11It, tail-1mr>ande.uipmrattx-.ryagnartrrmtlliondollarrn4: '0'11'w.-r.t: &u flt t ". For the of correcting tliN.C .
-< pugkrte e r4 library ufi.tcr pasts vutuu.f: a liranuful 'ba.1 ,.ilbn",ty! fgrniitiinn. t.cludagauin,4
i <>: aut Tol tol roulinuet, the people Pennsylvania say the l'hlladPiphlaRecord. ga! wnnUmi. 7' ti1INalD.iol.. .. a 110(11)if ) IliJof' ...rJOU\:. ftjmnuiQm wltb n 'irtrapyrratwc ran
J'-:,<; have u>t-d all the uicaiu at their disposal. : Tbe Girds which are summer rnfud atblrtir fieid, ruuullJl tflll k. trnnu <<.-+irta. t**etwil ; V "ImaKinlug that au alteration of '.wila residents of the arctic regions are adcewimmtnr! ft.lf. n..1tltllr .fd ..tbrr -|"'rt''. M [.nU- f.r mn ant MBO: flvUrgf .
1 >r. i OIl'It..ri" f.r (1 mutry. i'bjruim iUrtrnoloiry Minrro.iy and Ktulogjrtrfr a.-teral
rare winter visitors to thin s ctlon, b* -
ft.'; J the external forms might alter tLtL X' ,,1ldle \ ttinvom and .}.If.... rlrrtrw lit bt t\n\ l : ,,"t'D\'." Such nctlrlty. be >ayU Inexpedient Icg more Inclined to frequent the r..adli kru J ari>i>oi.... IJI&UUII cacipu. _bru>>tit 17 arid trrm **.ul, literary tua. jtl Lead othertudrnte'Inta .,
and unreasonable in that tbej marshy wMhlnll near lh< If'aroa''t. aur I Irrtarr iioun".. <'Kn.tuo and:l not w-'tsnaii ufbibg Tb l'...ti,>u ..
:Y r. t..alluul and hmltbfu and the .tf n-.* in' 1"w y
which they do out
people assert rights aDd II.-wlr... ro1 _- have. Vlolvul ftrlf by "exterual
means on tit part of au Inalgul&caQt 'E 1),1n't drag theMAmich to en re a cnn,hOne LINCOLN lirLLKY: .\ M., Ph. n., IlrUml FU
Minute O n/h fun cuts the roticn,
M ':' handful of men against a powerful drNs the inflamstion not of the thn-a

: V government defending; it* life Is only lun>" and bromh: tuba-, hear l <* A\r' "
; ?. comical from the point of view of the and raniiiiC cnrr fir rr )tIP ndwhixijinj

: V possibility of tit1\"t''tt ant! piteous as ""'1"I" me Minute <',>a th 8Bg4RDr s
resrardi the unfortunate mfe'ed: iadlviduals .i' Cure rriteTH a .11 I';cin <>nr "inn&t' bt-
i.9t %& : 1 .
,, ...
: =j tr.J 1'14 7'r. .1 >
it tt"t m"'l\hrarfO
- 'k who prLb in the unequal rau"e nets e Hiii
rtebt l;.T,. the rt..vh trvib'f*-in the '
trife. above of the
ttr')8t nr J.p'I ..n the lun>'s r.h;.t
"Tbe Ku. -*tan p>ternment bu DOrigbt O.nE awl fi Ji i< the tr tdj-! bv Ii-n! **. Pltarrnr.tacelfaille1'tar: .('1-- -

F t> claim* 11 hUh do not appeal toe of Scott 'i> Eniut>toii. roacv, and Ct.... F ('.a'lILbo-l I! '
+{ the.gwt *. ax:t of tIl IHH\J.' One bna- Savannah Columbia. Southern Pines
j is th'
died 'nrttlfoo of tte jvasantry net synonvm

; nothing' of ifce!'e tl tnan\14. th.Irnt \l*- t-trenpth; anti} purirv.: It 'i is sold! Richmond Washington Baltimore. i
sIN auil exjKVtatlon l-elnc the ltV *ra- in almost all the civilizttl countries

," lion of the land from ownership the law: of of property land of the jlol>e. Icfiati and Children. Philadelphia New Yojk ; :

a ( or common t ignored ta If the 'col fish l*>cnnie extinct De Kind You Han
matter *hioh are entirely Always Bought I
Liberal posJUon and >"teetes anti only it woulil lie a worKl-wide (-.dam-I : THKI M\\rTK\N-i'\i: j

.1' Incidentally alluded to In the revolutionary ity, UraUM? the oil that ( Burs theSig : !!

s Socialistic prvgrarutne.. frori it- liver >urpasall other i tue of SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED
snJs, ,
Concerning the proeutCount fats in nourishing and lift"-;.ivtnjrproperties. ; !
f The people in great mass still! believe Thirty year: ago I 50 YEARS' 1 ,

In autocracy both by rea-wn off the proprietors of Scott' Flnin) EXPERIENCE 1

taertla and N-cau they think that ion found a way of preparingco I }II ; I :'" }1': iltli'I : i tt t.i'\l! \ :

r only through antovrmcy and this through cvmmuoalliaUon -
1 .. die cur can of they land.attain The pnrwnt: ac take it and pet the full value of i -'a I'lji;:man t't p aVi-.t i'.t.... 'car, I' I" :" '." .r't. .r-fa-r%. -flair tJl ,-
the tar t + _" WJtl ",111.r'l Z t.-tserr' -t "i6 :r- arr4 }arkaonvttPty" ":"'Ii :
tint U peralcJou Uvaus it distracts the oil without objectionabletate. \.1 WUhirt.-.x. !1.\. ;t.t "t'l ;..,' : ;u ;. m &ndJ+''lUD.aI! l !.. ,1L t.
2: the people from the coral perfecting "tf Scott's EmaU-iaa is the Ttucc MAMAS 'u i .:,CWdng !''tiodacr
; :
a; f i { separate tndte duals, vfccreby only whichthos can lat thin : in the world for weak, eo..IlttC.MT'DCVSN 4C. '. I.I.I

be obtained' t" objectt toward children thin delicatejieople u N44 .aaf"U\4 eras ,
. : > l backward !' ,. .,fibs Lu1t ONLY LINE '
V utttlnr the povernaentare !<& a.7rS1ti t.r 6.16 r-- .ct u
; *
, and all conditions of isre.r.oeerrMtsttwR
'" -_V: striving. roe,M+ttt.j o eadauaL Itao4Wr4 CICI htttU I'i-nttr Da.Jy: Tr.r)aa ...."" .en fn,::, Ja- to..nno t:. SrfJr Gut.
S ; and lost Ptrencth.Ifr wet f? S. t.'UfC tffstrf tor term t jits t.Hita .
:, ;f+ '" One cannot participate in politicalaction wasting ramie t&Ue ta a a 4 t:.:.. mats
; the people Into ___ ..uu. .1I oet cb1n. t. u.eScklti
irtich draws
; ;,-:. subterfuge. *trtf* and "l'tf' err.0*. -ole For fsd ia br.J>itkjn aril arrier: r H on any at..atd arsrp oror.te
Jif5t? !!! !! to
?. Y stealing to murder. Political action SCOTT DOWSE, CBDlb roaata a h.- 1.etr t
; \_
DOt only falls oonmbcte' ta the liberation taw eratsr isv Toll "awl ri ae1 _uu )est. T.rz tJ a A. O.MACl-ONtLL, h. c. BOYI>Toy J4 /.. >
: ..
river veer ac ea4 g. se .t1.---
1- of teen !twin the tla+ece ofgusecntntuts .het. General I'amrCf Agtct.JACKSONVILLE.. Pa++ea irryent. t
:. a. but. on the extctntry.De pat. tadLM. JI mu-u. MUfti & New Y nrtInMa FU
,i.,:- Ode. Ci r (i.Wjifnn : > $ ; pt*} mllC't l..capaWt of .

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'. THE FLORIDA S-r R' FRIDAY, ARCH :1, I90ti -

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A r Bins BITBVSU OnOECTOKTLIPPFnetfcal81 ] ren, who bare beat rictinf Mr.and Mrs JIM CS PfiTTCniED.ProUra W. )t. BSOWX,'fke.rmu..L '
J. J. White, left b their borne at Frank
? .r&z& ><* !
all ktad et' rraainat'asd bt, ){icb.,the fore put of the nek.Mn. .

a tanks siWa,aiot aids sad te ch tdet.sE alto ladid men'a W.g. Wheeler and mother, Sin.Jockinjham INDIAN RIVER STATE BAKPCOiV :

of New Karen are raton
at Bncktodge.Her. \ 1 Iv 7T I '.'OnT.bthonu.t .

iiiu m mm & ............$100.000.00
E. 0. Bartlett, who has been wintering -
PaW 1Ip t&pital.,__.._ IS.OOO 00
--- -- to Bocktedge, left on Wednesday Average Mara__. ..KOU.OOOOO ,, ;.
rNIvra$ a'trea art aaA Ftrwar Bai ta for his home mProTidoceR.L pdIL11TOO TRANSACTS :# -
Mr.J. J. White has broken ground for General Banking Business t e s

COCOA* the purpose of erecting another cottage of _
' Rif Vm Miller u again at her poet of doty : ( \ Largest and Oldest ;;
{J .. Bank on the RUer.
c = in the school thUveek.MrJ. ,lliH"t Y./tP./ hiit" Wl Exchange Bought and Sold on All : -
J. White, of Rflckledge was Foreign Countries.Patruuaja :
=*= shopping in Cccoa Tuesday.Mr LATE appmiatfd. Prompt service r
after polite treatment and Tfry favorcoiuiitefit ,
of Fire Insurant
your L 3
and hU family have re- -
i Davidson has burned. Now U the time to with eoaerntinbanking granted.
.; turned to their home in Nashville Tenn. before the fire cometh and your OOEBESl'OXDEXTS
f remarked that the weather was is reduced to ashe Empire Trust Company \. Y. Florida F
,. Who Bank 4 Trust Company,Jack*>iiviIl ,H*.
warm on Monday or humid on Tuesday? DELAY IS DAXGEROUS .

The moonlight nighU make launching '. things, hot doubly so in rwgler t- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ,

delightfully enjoyable. insure your home or store. The . 3
,aDd sailing parties - - -" --
t >
other faults
} are reasonable. By J'
Protraeted service, see being conducted &i your own and insure! safety by in- PENNEY & BRANNING
i st the If. this week with very ,
'" ..
good attendance. MORGAN A WALTON,

)[r. 8. A. AUridg and Mrs. 0. Carrier TnmiLLE, FLORID TITUSVILLE, ;

are enjoying a visit from theirtister, Mrs ,
-- -
Isaac,Brown, of Plainfield, X. J. progressive euchre party in the eve-

The moving picture ahow at town hall .. by an old foils dance. Fashionable Clothiers" :

Friday night drew goodly crowd and guest was decorated with something "

those who attended said it was great. and a merry time was bal.1".

3 )Ir.and Mrs.J.G. Powell of Stamford, Simmons won first prize for ladies, y and Gents'

Conn., erstwhile residents of Cocoa, havepurchased > gold bowled .souvenir spoon, Furnishers.i
a tot and will erect a winter Ir. Ed. McCrady won first; gentle

Angustins.CoceaUe pr.ze, a handsome fishing reel.
home In St.
The Shoe for ladies U the I
were several prizes ghen. Jude Queen Quality
! :. : are feasting: on strawberries, a of New York, was "floor most stylish and durable in the world. Iu 1
onions i
I cabbage, lettuce, beeta, young ,
turnip radishes and all manner of r" for the dance and his call for addition we keep the famous Edwin; Clapp and :
garden truck. Who would live in the more couple this way" sounded old Crovett Shoes. All high .filS-ii good to bo ,J
indeed. He managed to form two
ji ._ frozen north? found here Manhattan Shirts K.: JL W. Col- }
it a square dance, and two wets for
Mn. J. M. McCrady entertained her reel. Refreshments of delicious law, Stetson and Knoi hats.Anything i
J. H. McCrady !
) and cake was served and {every --- i
I .>._ \ Rockteand Mn. I. A. Moore and voted St. Patrick a jolly old paint.SHIKFKS. .
,. \ Sin. W. G. Patterson, from town, on and nerytbing else tbat !

I.- WedoeedayaUrnooD. men wear can buy beret
r Mn. S. F. Travis and daughter, )1i88II > wave of la grippe has about parsed you

: Evelyn, and niece i Miss Edna: Travis, We are pleased to meet the Ute via if ifOIL i
;' lln., Booth and Mrs. ilindle made a here and there. I Iil

tleaaant visit to Titnsville Thursday of \ Cooper and family, of Cocoa, were '

bat week and thereby enjoyed a fine I Charles: Williams Nimlay.Mr.! i : .. w d' .. ., '

launch ride. _.__ is enjoying a- visit from. n his p,. .irJ
t. Mn.' Mary Thomas is off for a visit -8EESCHUYLBR j f

with her sister, Mrs. Williard at Cutler. Smith and family have left us at

I i from their she goer to Braidentown via for a"hide. We are glad to have P & WILSON 11 j l

s Key West to. visit her eon, Marvin 0. people among no, even if their HO- ABOUT i
l Thomas, and wife, and to visit a sister, is not long.

.- :\ :.: ){rs. Minnie Wyatt, atSarasota.Mr. .. Middleby and wife are at Hot i FIRE and LIFE

.. :;;- F. C. Cantin and family leave Arkansas, and Mr. M. in much
'" this week for their future home in 1 ire by the treatment received at

Il .inia. We greatly regret their departure. justly famed health report. INSURANCETITUSVILLE i

l> t. They are' ODe of the old land marks of and Mrs. J. Thompson arrived at g

f1. i_ the pioneer days of Cocoa. Time will accompanied by Mr. Cuter,of FLORIDAAlabastine
> tiring tbem back; again\ we trust Saturday They were warmly f. : j il
kindred and friends. ,
:The spring is here, gentle Annie, and by llJ :WJ' .
11 \ the tourists taketh themselves thither. how it does rain. Just cleaned "I

f ward toward their home. The lament of Cistern out yesterday. The orange
. is "the tourists comer has been rather hy. An abund
'J the stayat-
and the tourists go, but I stay on for will invigorate the trees and we Your WaIls I Ijf
have bloom result. __..
ever" However, the good old summertime p"h more at a

I is rolling on apace and Cocoa is not B. Burchfiel, of Kansas, in expected
ALABASTINE luce tll.autilu.ff..1\ walk and
pro- + exquisitely on j
tu sleepy but that she enjoys the good ach his old home at (Georgian the
crllinge is: + tit mil with cold Bcttar thallaJ.
times it brings. part ol this week on a visit to kind. wtn1ns. .0

: his many old friend Like Roue j.-rui iuMit. i-einentifftting, which hardrni on lilt! aalle, destroying
Right; Rev. Wm. Crane Gray, bishop in the old Bob was popular diesxe genus! mid vermin, never l'Calirllt. Kal+.ntinesraraed ..
or southern Florida assisted by Rev. M. song with hot or cold l | water e+mn rub and scale off, *|.,iluijf ..II., thothsL.g
Walker, of Melbourne, will conduct divine all. and furniture Theycontin rlut'! which Jt't av. and l n<>*.. the
t tramps this year than we have of deadly diswiw. For sale by
I, service at Bt. Marks church, Cocoa, germs
S for Vagrants of all kinds
ja Sunday March 2Gth, at 11 a. m. A years.
f color will grow less in numbers when EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,
cordial invitation is extended to all.
1 Without doubt the church will be filled I bodied professional is invited to a IVa'.ers: in IximU-r and I'uiMenT Material.J. !.
meal 1 after a good day's work fat
riih worshipers for everyone enjoys
>;, the bishop's sermons and gives him a !
welcome here. Rotsch'* article on the rattle!
surety has the merit of moderation ,
E The grinder and the monkey
ngua.e.. With many of us at >l harp"
Mrs. W. G. Patterson an interesting Titusville Fla.
. eve '\' perfectly willing to fence ak'aiti-t ,
experience Tuesday afternoon while in that are not vicious or breachy. If
IlockWps. The monkey was extremely !
ruad paHurr. ails a nl"lltht.or in
friendly with Mrs. Pat and astounded DRY GOODS
1 { hid cons and even young Cattle
that little lady by deftly climbing up her ,
glad of it, but for hole wtj sash
kirts and ensconcing himself on her ,
local self ting
wear government in v"
; shoulder and wound his tail around her
'At'11th that Ute
-* it now i"
r.eck. Frightened" Well,just put >our- CLOTHING
t >>r.e spirits had them out in derp f
erlfinherplace. The OI".OSD man grinned ,
; and the owrn-rs bad the<-&*H vRlowAjjer's
, and suddenly ciunjtwi his tune from !
Hot Time in the Old Town T onl.h\" to GENTS'
.t "','.t't't MamIifUmator-." FURNISHINGS I

; KhraraatUin Carvd. .
William ;hatter a brakeman: of IDn SHOES
1I on, Ohio, was confined to his bed fur
several weeks with infl. natory rheum ,
A turn. '.1 UWH! many reuseditn," he N.I',
"Finally I sent to MtCaw's drug store frS : your blood is thin and im- t
bottle of ChamhrrUin's Pain Balm, at MILLINERY
all the
i which time I WM ruble to uae hand or I you miserable
f)0t, and tn one work's time wa able sago It is pure, rich blood ,
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