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 31, 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:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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


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nit ha* been the busiest term of eir- AT KLINE'S.MosD.iT .

cult court that bu been held ia Tito-
Arm.3 1905.LOVELY .
: h' + .f iMowst flat Aral ."eatiurAuto. Brief ...INa" Rot U Oolmf Om Im .f ,.. rr*w.l r
Title in a year or more. Seven! important
.. .... sad .1"., TltUTtU. WASU DRESS FABRICS Pert,.,*.. I* BrUf.
caIt'iIwi.U be tried aDd the lego talenton !
Doctor Blaktwood [a tpendiog a few both sides U well represented and ol A pleasant nine room house! for sale Never were they so fascinating-beaatifal Oysters in every style and quantity at

ayV Tacatioo at Oeteen a high order. The Orlando bar was represented Inquire of Mrs Dodon.Mr. in.texture with flower design predominating F. 1:. C. Grocery

} :The finest assortment of Cake, Bread hen Tuesday by John C. Jones F. P. Ziy,of Shiloh, paid TnE STat for dressy wear printings Mr. B. F. Iv... and family: leave for '

$ r *fid He at F*E. G. Grocery. and .1. O. Surbcck; W. J. Sean and office pleasant call Monday.Mr. reproducing natural flowers eo perfectlythat Philadelphia next Monday '
look to while for
they 'ready pick,
1 t-: Upright piano for tale cheap. Inquire P. A. Yansignew, of Kisaimmee, are C. G. Henderson and r"milylea'e Mr. W. H, Hall latticing in the rear
the shirt waist suits that will be so fashionable i'
c at the Indian Hirer Music house Titus here; Uun. Frank Clack, of Lake City, for Tenceaaee tomorrow. porches of his cottage and making some r
right through summer checks,
rille Fla. las an important case op; W. I. MetcaU necessary repairs.Mr. .
31 r F. A. Morgan is called to Jackson mixtures, melanges and plain linens andheavy

;: fO&rull&Ock grown on high pine land. of West Palm Beach, it aim present and ville next week to serve as a juror in the cottons are to be found in extraordinary John R. Walker will hare charge

Indian River Norseriw established 18S8, Ion.[ W. L Palmer, of Orlando arrived United States court varieties. Knowing our reputation of the bible clan which will start up at

.4 .,jeDd for catalogue. Toledo and Weet Wednesday.The first tried Gleaaon MoCardelt. M. S. Jones, Jr., of Quay paid THE for clone profit prices and quick the Baptist church next Sunday morning. ;
caw was vs
Palm Beach. The defendant bought of Ute STu office a very pleasant call Wednesday sales, don't delay if interested in any of Mr. A. L. Hatch and daughter, Mrs. j

The Red Cross Pharmacy has a new ere returning home. the following: G. K. Hatch paeed through Tiunlle
plaintiff 13,000 acre of land, agreeing to
r 'Irvin behind the counter in the person of MrCardell Do your walls need cleaning? \II&\la8- Imported dews linens, fine quality Tuesday on their! way from Christmas to
$1.00 -
pay per acre. got posses.lion
Mr. Johnson, a pleasant young man bailing of 5,000 acres and broke the contract tine will do it. See our ad. on page & Il&turalgkw. full 3tf inches, 4'i cents per Rockledge"

from Georgia. M to the balance. McCardell conveyedthe EAST COAST IJTMBER SCTPLT Co. yard. Representative 0. F. Olmstoad left this '

lion. Frank dark, oar member of congress 5,000 acres he had received title to, Mrs. W. S. Norwood pent part of Flowered chiffon organdies, exquisite morning for Tallahassee after consulting

accompanied by W. J. Sears, Esq., to the Indian River Commercial Co., a Saturday and Sunday visiting with her patterns, wild flowers and roses, etc., with friends in this section as to legislative

Kissiramee. paid Tnt &TAX a pleasant Baltimore concern, and they conveyed it daughter, Mrs. Jas. F. Mitchell at Cocoa. worth 75 cents, Monday's special 39 matters. "

: call Monday morntagMary to another Baltimore concern, called the Mrs. T. B. Walker returned to St. .\. cents. With every purchase of 'Ilk} at the t

'Miss Nauman, who has been Florida' Ranch and Plantation Co. The gustine Sunday, aflfra week's visit herewith Mercerized( poplin, look like silk, tan, store of Julius Kline you are entitled to a fi
and brown aim black made to
laying with relathe.In g,. Augustine for plaintiff claims the conveyances were her parents, Capt. and Mrs. Janus cream chance on a handsome automatic tray
made avoid the by McCardell sell for 40 cent a yard, Mond") special
some month past arrived here last week to payment fritehard. trunk, linen 1i1.t of hit debts and fraudulent. Theplaintiff i 29 cents.
' were
}. and i Mopping with Mn Nettie Feaster famished the turpentine rent Mr. M. Grimi, one of the oldest residents Denlelle Valenciennes lace, beautiful Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Clark, who haveonupSed

roe The subject for Mr. Adhemar Brad!'. due on the 5,000 acres. After the evidence of this section of country, now liv- designs with insertion to match, if you the Walton cottage in South Titusville 4)

address for next Sunday afternoon, at the to was find all for in the the plaintiff court instructed the court the be. tug at Shiloh paid THE STAR office a buy it by the yard it would cod yon 10 through tilt winter, !left Mondayfor

end of the railroad wharf, will be: "So- jury Peasant call Monday. their home in Rochester, X. Y.
bolts for
} tug satisfied the conveyances to the cor- cents, special! 12 yard o'J: wits.

s_:.. ciallsm fails to supply demand intelligent- {orations were in fraud of plaintiff's Trex Feaster is home again from West White dotted swig, with hand euibroidvred Mr. L C Moore[ of Rowland, atvoniptnied -

"': .b rights as a creditor. Geo. M. Bobbins Palm Beach. He has the by Judge Crouch who }
.. applied to government dot, 35 cents would be the recently
'f represented the plaintiff and D. I. Gaul-
:*i Little Miss Leila Brown gave a little den represented the above corporation for a position at Panama and is right price fur this quality, Monday yon bought the Williamson properly at Micro,

- folks party Monday afternoon in celebration On Thursday Judge Jones heard the hoping to receive the appointment. can buy it fur the enormous (1) sum cf were in town Twwday and Wednesday f

i-< of her fifth birthday. There were appeal of J. W. Ballantine vs the state of Miss Lottie May Canova had quite a 19 cents per yard. Call at Titugville Livery at rear of

,quite a number In attendance and all ofT Honda. The Judgment of the county Ladies' bilk in black brown or Rollins' law
girdles office
court, which imposed a fine on Mr. Bal- party of little friends to help her celebrate fur stylish rigs.
<& them report a delightful time. lantine for hunting without a license, was her ninth birthday Saturday afternoon white, $1 00 would be the right price for Leave your orders for hauling, both duo-

; Mr M. T.Jones, of Mima, a long continued reversed and Mr. Billantlne dischargedfrom at which a jolly good tirn; was had this girdle Monday's price 59 cents. lie! sod single. J. M. o.ban, proprietor.We .

;fir and 'valued subscriber to Tni the fine imposed him. This suit by all present. Ribbons in all the latest shades at almost .
learn that )Ir. J.
was brought|tote t that provision of the HaKKtrty eijcUto
< STAR, paid our office a pleasant call on dosed the Canaveral club- one-half of their regular value.
tame laws which exacts a license from Having np return nonh this spring to resume
I.. Wednesday morning and while here renewed Don residents. Mr. Ballantine is a citizen house, our friend J. G. But is now devoting Natural linen, suitable for ladies' shirtwaist business in which he II deeply lntente
tabscription for another year. of New Jersey bat a winter residentof suits and children's, 't, =30
his entire time to the Indian River and that he expects to remain north prr-

_'" '. Mr. and Mr Christopher Cbenault and this spending county about, he having half a year property each year here hotel The house has been full to overflowing inches wide, worth 35 cents a yard, Mon msnently.Mr. .

; ,. h DoD resident of the Remnants of laces and insertions at less
month here the wa not a state
two occupying
W. HARPER WHISKEY pro- tart Saturday on the sloop Why Not, 41
.' within the meaning of the statute, and than half of their regular cost.Boys' .
Bobbin houses
of Mr. G. M.
larger one had a right to hunt without getting out a nounced by .-orld', best expert, the wash about fifteen Cpt. John Siruon on, for a trip u far

.. oat on the point, left Wednesday for their license. Geo. M. Robbing representedMr. world's best whiskey, grand prizehighestaward : pants, newstyles south as Miami. A pleasant trip at the
excellent sizes from 3 to
.it tome at Richmond, Ky. Ballantine.The SL Louis World's Fair. Fold by most pleasant season of the year.
16 special 21) cents.
The yacht Nemo arrived here Sunday two following cast mere continued R. L. Motlow and F.A. Lnsley. Lynn, the trick bicycle rider who ban
Mail orders filled! ol
promptly on
to the next term of circuit court: State any
after extensive cruising up and down ,heJi Mrs. George M. Robbins entertained a own at the
of Florida vs Joe Gore charged with assault the above goods. exhibiting unous ,placet on
east coast this esou. Her owner Mr. with intent commit DlurJ r. G. number of lady friends at afternoon tea Jruin east crust, was in Titiwille Tuesday on
. ; E. M. floods]] the great plush manufacturer A. Frost defending. State vs Gus Hunter ,
Wednesday. Music, bright cia! con- Titugville, Fla. his way to Miami. While here he gave

i t"1 1 of Sanford, Maine now leaves her charged as alooIt appears Gore venation and delicious refreshments -- -- an exhibition of fancy trick riding, tinfirtt -
shot Hunter and Hunter shot Gore.
f 1 with Capt Nelson for the summer. State of Florida vs Alonxa Howl who I made the occasion a nxt enjoyable one.On FOUR PERSONS DROWNEDIN that has !hi.eul st...u here in about five

< Capt and Mrs. P. Nelson, two children was charged with breaking and entering; board the houseboat, Gull, which BANANA RIVER FRIDAY. or six year

t-1' and maid accompanied by their guests, a dw..IliDjlwitb found intent to. commit lUide- arrived in Daytona Sunday, were Mr. and While crowing Banana river in a small The l'n.grtsdve Culture club Lave just
meaner, was guilty.Robert
J .. Mr. and Mrs. Mathiawn and family, of. Lipscoinb, who was cb.rpl.ib Mrs. T. A. Smailes, of Etna Green, Mr rowboat last Friday afU'Won, the craft added a dozen more late books by tin-

tyvrtr' Keyport, N. J., left Wednesday morning breaking and entering a dwelling and Mrs. W. II. Barr, of Wtqnetonging, was struck by a squall and four of thefive bet authors to their steadily growing library
: in their fine new houseboat for a ten day*' with intent to commit felon, was dis
itjj. Mich. The party hd been two weeks occupants were drowned. This occurred This library affords a fine t>|>po r
< W. I. Metcalf and F. J. Webb
or two 1n b' cruise down the river. defended Lipscomb. on the trip from Palm Beach, and aftt'r just east of I> tus about o'clock. tuuity for lovers of good reading. Only

:fie learn that Mr. John R. Walker baa Frank Pitman, who was charged with spending a few days there, will leave fur The unfortunate victims were Mrs. 10 ...rentr, or f 1 U) per year for s

purchased the one-room cottageowned by committing perjury at the tot term ol( home. II. G. Miller, Aroawalk, S. Y. ; Mr. library menibenbip.Dr. .

Mr. H. J. Haggertr, in Sooth Titasville.Mr. county court F., J.wan Wt'bbJt'fen.til1l.w. discharged. .W. 1.Jttcalhn.1 The cottage on the corner of Julia and Win. O. Moore and daughter Edith of Guthrie anal wife, of Wrft Virginia

Haggerty expvcts to give up his IHMof I. Metralf has given notice in F. J. Palm etrwta owned by Mr. W. M. Holyoke, 31a!., and Mr. A. A. Baldwin, : who have spent month at lU eland. ex-

the lot and return north this spring to Webb vs J. P. Brown, that he intendsto Brown and occupied by Mr. and Mrs. of(ieurgiana. Mr. Miller, the only one I Ia.14,, return n-,rtli nrxl week. They
mad from R"eaiid! ,
j make his permanent home in New York apply to the circuit court for a change Winston 8. Banning, is being much improved of the five occupants not draw ned, drifted : T.'ulJtilkTI1f1 a pleasant( y run In the editor's "lb"IL t-

once more. of venue to another judicial circuit for under the painters' brushes in the down the river about 2) miles, where he I in time to catch the afternoon: train that
the trial of thin suit.
The houseboat Rose )Marie with Mr. The important cue in which several hands of Mr. J. L. Mobley and his force was rwcued, but wu in a lery weak andezbausted day and return to 1 Ituwlaud. I>r. (julh.I .

Chas Naethlng the tarpon fishing expert, parties are charged with the mutilationof of helpers. The pure white slows to condition, however, he will rie will spend tioiiwulhionlnduinivrr
of New York, witb a party of his friends I next eezRUn.Eight .
stock cattle and will
comes today
Miami the first of this op pleasing advantage through the green ol( ret-over.
aboard arrived at
occupy several days. bodies of the four droll wd Reverend W IJI. Crane (ira, ,
cedar The
the hedge.Dr.
for the fishing grounds on surrounding pHrir.
week tarpon Judge Jones was slightly indisposed the I ti.lH p of 0>mlt. rn Florida assisted by
J tbe lower coast, and their crut* will extend were recovered r.ds y hfterno n. Three o.ruiwtr1 .
first of hit week. Walker ,
month. J. B. It.Mo of New Haven, Conn iItev j'I MilUtJgi asks"
well into next wire found mar tie very place! where I lat tit. (;at.ndl church Sunday enm
who has hen w critically ill here at tt.eSeinbler
Dentos will reach Titiuvill by Apr. 10. Copper tea kettles. Galv. foot tut"*. they were capsized| while the fourth 11I1.1llullle with a fair congregation lit atUitdanc-.
Hammock 75c it 35 $1.85: $3 U) Cottage for the past tour months i[The bishop gave a trief -cnurtt of tl>..
': Mrs. Isaac Drnby, of X.York, and little: distance away, probably dinging !
is sntfidentlv hiphyskiaru work in\a done the
Gaeoline; and Blue H.UDe't'e, or more, improved 'lIlt1l/han amoiig
... )l1'I. Otsw, of East'Oranp?, S.J., uencf Sectional elastic! book eat to think i it not inadvisable! tar to the drifting .bat after tin- (>!thi >ruiinolc Indian after .Inch, he l'Ua.ct.It'n..m .r.h.
Mr. T. T. Wrlnwre, with whom, and FltiUUED 5 and had lot hold of the c'raft.The :! an ..:",,, "' & / ('11111 U.t- II' "tOs.tntn
Lktl'NSpedsl c.
have Urn TIMIhsg IimoJ Le moved to PAlm Ik-ach wherehe
his estimable wife, they *, rusp, .t.-'r mats, b-ida-s of three of the! tirtims of alt he world and preach &tlf "' .I'"I I y
for several weeks, left last Saturday FL'IMTURE DRY tiOOIN. SHOIWClias. hv relatives and friend, and where I \ to every mature," etc.CHURCH .
at the werewuf Banana river were brought
r for their rwpcrtive hornw stopping A. Gardner, Titastille. Florida 't is t (Hik ht tliAttht* change of air andsnrrmindingi I ---- --
'St'Augustine and Jacksonville en rwite. to G)cm on Sunday afurrn'fon:: to the on-
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: Three charming ladies made many friends may prove driUkin room of Win. find while here who earnestly hope to M"e. CHANGE RAILWAY SCHEDULE. ie suffering with an alht't''lon' the liver for shipment. Mrs. Miller'. remains i!I There will IM- the uualrraching wr-

them back another w inter. Four winter tourist trains on the F. 1::. and !septic pitnoninand for a time hope ; \1"r at the ldliUlh' tioU'lll, Titusville.

ro W. 11. Brown and Master railay were taken od Tuesday anti of hi* recovery "a am....>t dtpir" l of I were dot einbalntr-1! ant were next h.J.y.1'nl 2nd. al It.. m. XHr
Mr.andMr Mark Brown* also Mrs. II. I:. J\M.l'I\ Wednesday. We ire now down'to a but it i! no v wn ntrt-Sy: h.,pri that he riiipceil by r.i.;Kt n 'rt-w to Amawaik! ... icf* at iti,ht !Sur.lay nUiol k-g.neat

::s from Saturday until Tuesday at snrorwr"clieduli*. Tin couthboaiHl will recover and U quite i well a,..iu He X. Y. The embalming! of the remain of 10 a in. W. F. Ailrn, P*.ir.

pent Winter Park, where Mow L,)nt Brown trains laid off were No. 21 and 3.;. arriving left I heir Monday c"on fur Palm lVa--li I Mr. M.'oreand d.r'Jlh\c'r, 31.e KiithMoore Fourth Ssimhy in I>-nt. l 2oJ.l' .
Rolhns college. They ale here at 12>V iS p. m. and. 4:40 p. m a con .nied l>y his wife, who has l......i i finished and ihi l : "5, :-t. Andrews liatiii. Fort Pienr,
U attending were d Orlando, and a drive through the The:ho northbound w ere N.w. 74 and 28, his moot faithful and cr?D tiflt attendant { | teocrHJUJ.UOI/ U with Itt"ruJtI, at 11 a. u..
'vilit from Winter Park to Sanford on arriving at 2:46 and 12:14 a. m. daring bit pr+ilocred illnrw an-II.r F. K.Rojlin I pro at won next d"y. The b'.Jy of Mr. Evening: Kfrr ,d rtuuo II 7 p 01.V .

their country return horn Tuesday afforded thema -- *, his attending Th* re- I l !.hsn..u boned at (m'r; .ana, h'.ihomy. \> .ewfay, Aj-nl .rHh Litany 7.Kp. u,.

food opportunity of seeingthat section Sme! comb white leghorns are the port OKDM hack from [)r. Ro line that t'01 Ttn, evemnprayer 7iS: +

' of the country with which they were breed that fill ,I'Mf'q U'krt We are hltll4t *nl rt., ) e selling tsg for hatching from our bes4 -- -
much pleased.UOTlCKTOTmCPtUUC. pens at ft 00 per 15 I jf atnrdaj and cat a zto'tn over the entire I trvs.r 4

W''OOLU Portm YAKI O-aisnunity awl everjor. was anifKisj Victor uk! >nK laachtbf and ire i-a-
To the Udies of Titu>vili> and Brevard
store and aso I hat1e, Fla. count: We oirduliy innte yon to call j until word was reccired that the bwiirs rn records will U turn a.ay Wththolder '
s 1 have opened a grocery arul J. The entire + eieztend ) of for i u kr number, 10' I'tnw-y AP.iannirt
and boarding hawse in toe in inspect our tock of shoes t by far bat berg JC1n- i* jp I
a restaurant roll &ALK AT A RAKQAIX. line sown in BrevardoxiDty. r r'. ufrto uiv Brut,' rort.:. hifl (
building at the corner of the prettiest ever grtatest sympathy to erowIr.gfrieu.L. !
# Scriojgeoar
'Maw street and Waldn wo cayenne and After April ht we will offer 10 .."011')01 We have a brl' fKk cf all the ; To Mrs Baldwin and lr eM.i hlrt-'e. TitGivtlV, Pa..: OM-cuuj'jri witCfju : ?
li dollar This i i. doe .
of the pnbfc.a taikh Cw,1.Jt sale, all frveh since Jan. l latest oxfords, in ail color,, in the Queen i pxurcha s pr "
. otkil the rt n*$l> )I. L. Pasant.v 1st. For particular* adJn"M,, Quality, awn have a beautiful line cf,darn brartWt cympathy Ittifmwl wjj rf.t Call In and tear the Vittirf JIlT ail '":, "

....... E. W. Axwax, Ormood, fla. w tiile oifbidt. To ;ee them u to oat revery hand. the latest baud muuc. '
.:". COME than j Mr. Mir!: the only one of the j- rty.tarviving -
.. at Pu tT.\ BxtvxIw'A, W.aTLU. I
.: FOB SAL cacar FOB CASH. injured to that extent S
:_ To U* Titarrilte Blacksmith Shop to The thiera and flruiaLrta. n.itlt..fa1t for kiltirg, bycrau*.
.4 ; tH your work done The only experienced About S3 acrtM of good Indian on r i that toe was unable to a< 'ompa y iLt r
blacksmith in town. All workManatee the east or ocean tide of the rivet, FOR Mtc. : mains: of Ls wife north MetsoHr. t'!...
.g and promptly atteed dlcv. at the Narruaa. described as follows>> : Lot -.-
'. 'Work done cheaper than anywhere in XOL 3, sectwa SS, alto Lit Xo. 3, srctioaSd : The property of Mrs. C Collins concy.t.intinit FOR i 4tK.Urpi HLACKHMITU, .
.. -1.0 lianing. prambing. and ia towMLip 31 toath, range 29 of corce"store buildup?a&d nom j, '
y Ibetowsv dor al the TJtasvilteBlacksmith This bad U eaiaarovvd bet finely located. dwelling, and grocery and re taarai '" meral repairing one, Oomeall. for furtberpartieulan addnaa if'lt'llll known the F E C. grocvry siari. ; IIJ. joar own f.jpre. Cr...! hi tmi\b and warn work, hone tIm.n"ar.
't shall U dew bv.S E. U. Low. one of the most detiralle j>roptrt:" ia blLtlcl j.1rtr., etc AddreM BwX 215, gun r pairin/. Carl: and are ac
= and yoa rigbj.- B. 8nnL .Brocktoa, Man.t the town cf Ttea,illc.. 1 jTitcstiile, t-a. l J. I' Ejtsu, litajvU! FU,

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: JiEtFLOlUl A STAR meatem Bat floating mine played' a JOKE ON A CONDUCTOR.

star part la keeping-Togo's ships at
e.w U. .....-k .. .......' lea stArea.
jMtntt a the ssrtsflc*atTtasiilk aap aria's_lenjta arooad Port Arthur, and lrsa lrars rae a D.g Safe and Sure.

they tadrted all the. tome oa the Jap- Marie Heath the diminutive tar of

r r :KQb IV* t*. Utter*( tsWb.c. ftBef fleet, no small Item when the "For Mother1 84k*" conpaaj. which

A A t.)1; PUBUSHBT ETEET FBIDAT MOEXIKa report all come in. Submarines and bas recently' been appearing at the

torpedo boats_are comparatively modem Auditorium to Kantaa City, was the
: ,*vR'ClllqtIOli.also rat MOXTB8.UrlC11; Idea and btve,'been overrated heroine of a Uogbab incident a few I-
re. OOm FOR MX
but yet cannot be Pouted at this stageof days ago, and Incidentally the cause BALLARDSftOREHOUND

>_ Amatiunr.w.a.. .tbe pme.GeneralBeaaftprd. of a good joke OQ a railroad conductor
who claims Kansas City u hla bome.n11 ,
urged the Southern -
nBdentood that neither the Kansas City Time
It most W clearly Confederacy to d.ttDdew Orleans
TH tT4> or its editor U responsible for Miss Heath la the possessor of an
-- ciBk>M si racseil by wmpoMcats. Mobile and Charleston ..early in expensive set of reticles for* Th

> the war with mines and torpedoes.' lie company boarded a train one day Dear

J'lPUaa Off tks ''Blue*." was not taken seriously, and yet mines Kansas City Miss Heath turned a

It doeant figure at all u to bow sad_ and submarines at Mobile and at seat over and settled down to make

r Where the bines originate. Moat erery- Charleston justified his advocacy of herself as comfortable aa possible V SYRUP

poly bu them seine time or other; yet them. The Tecumseb was destroyed Her muff, with the fox bead and tall

r 'L r nobody wants: them around. Luckily by a submarine at Mobile the Ilousa- lay opposite her and at first fiance
looked like a well groomed and much!
t.v' It la easier to get rid of them than to tonic by a torpedo boat at Charles
petted dog. Soon after the train start
account for them. Work Is generally ton. Cashing with a boat torpedosank
ed the conductor appeared and. seeing COLDS CONSUMPTION IIOHCRm.
F recommended by adrlce givens becaos the ram Albemarle, which could -
what be supposed to be a dog. looked COOPiNG TUIO .: HOAISENISS,
It la argued that the bines keep away not be disposed of In any other way sharply at the little! woman. "Madam." COUGf..SOIE L EHS THE PHu.GH. AND EASES 1

z''- from busy folks. But busy people hare These three events took place In 1864 he said very firmly, "that dog will LOSS .
t much betides mere activity to quicken after three years of experiment with have to go In the baggage car." EXPECTORATION

I z the pulses, promote circulation and Beanregard's Ideas. SJJsa Heath dearly loves a Joke and Endorsed bll leading physicians u the BEST remedy for

keep tone In the system. They start Should the battleship prove to be quickly grasping the! situation replied Children Croup and Whooping Cough becauseit
"That Is mine sir and it won't go In action of Ballard'g Hort-
eat with keen Interests, happy thoughts king genius and daring will find someway contains

Ilk" } A fit of the blues will banish all capacity to put the strongest that can be the baggage car." hound Syrup is mDd and b nlnit isadapted to Infantsas well
"But, madam persisted the conductor
p for getting results from mere built out of business. Old ideals die "It Is against the rules of this road as adults of every variety of temperament

l it macbanlcal actirlry. There most be hard. Naval men naturally think that to allow dogs to ride' in any other than Read This RemarKable Testimonial

>'.. .Fr Impulse fire energy. Out of door ex glory has always been won in line of the baggage car." husband
EVANS. Clarwat Ka*, "rit.- yy
MRS. B. W.
erciM among pleasant scenes combines battle fighting and great ship duels. "I don't care a snap for the road's was sick for three months and tha doctor told me ha bad quick con
tz the work cure with the mind cure and rules." exclaimed the actress. "I say Srranaad
But Farragut didn't go it blind at Mobile sumption. Wt procured a bottle of BaUanfa Horehound
' will generally start the blues off at a bay. lIe reckoned with the torpedoed It shan't go In the baggage car." it cured him. He Is now a wen roan but wt always k w_ft bottl

canter. Getting up a beat of real anger before he went in. They were "Very sorry madam. said the con i fa the boms and think it baa M equal for pulmonary dl......"

- y at some cantankerous thing, as a trifles then but they are big factors today ductor, as be reached for the dog." "but Easy to Take; Sure to Cure; Every Bottle Guaranteed.
It will bare to just the same, and be
hen that won't ""shoo" or a pig thatwon't THSUCKSIZKSi SSc JOe. ,1.00.BAWID'S .
gathered up the muff. The next moment MO.
"drive. or that
any square peg there was a scream of laughter
I- ," won't fit a round bole Is death to the Japan's Equivocal Greatness. all through the car and the puncher of

> blue This 1s not orthodox morals but The Jags have the cense to take note tickets fled for the smoker.Cnrvtl SOLO AND RECOMMENDED BY

IL blues always mean misery, and anger that their greatness in the eyes of the
# is sometimes only an Innocent rent for western world dates from their debutas -. .- .- - .
if the feelings. People with real troubles They thought they were B. W. Evans: Clrarwattr. Kan ,
conqueror write: My hin"bsiul Jay rick for three
-, and pains seldom If ever yield to great before. Perhaps a little pique tnoiitli"! The doctors said lie hail quick Southern Railway.

to the blues. Diseases and injuries that over the fact that they were being ,l'Onsuml'lioll.| We procured a Ntttle of

Ea 5" have Importance cause at first det'panxlt'ty. overlooked caused them to get ready to Ballanl's Horehoniui 8ynlJ', and it cnr.i KfTKCTIVR Nor s. 1901.
> and when the him. That wa Fix \"PSJ1IlIj"O, and t inc> _
: crisis U over -- -
? command respect Said Japan's ambassador = : --=: -;: -=-- -=-- -' : =
then we have always kept a U>ltlt* in the : I-- N'J.34;; : No..IN W
there the of and $ Between JwkMDm. and .. I ,
{ta ,4 comes feeling joy grate to France recently: houfe.Ve cannot do without it" For hail;! N York.9i I ftI.Ir.

+: itude. Again it would be unorthodox We Japanese hare for many generations I coujtlip) and roMs it ha! no rqnat. 2c -? --::- -: a -l.v-JA-(. lJuDfille, KU.'--u.-Ky.--Ar.- --1--1M I' uu a. .: _. 11p.-

x to recommend breaking an arm or wading lent to Europe exqtolalte lacquer work .CA amtfl.CUat lf R In frozen slush just to have an ailment delicately carved ([urn. beautiful embroidery Kan Gallic Fharniacv. 0 M a' -u--.f &_'1 p. Ar.tbaiutte\C.--. .......lio. "1. J.v. I I.1 I.. .. >' alt.a .
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1 to nurse. But sufferers with broken which showed and how many art other tic we commodities are. but tbe --1---'-:1:'_ 1U., a __Ar.jJiriTnuin:! d, V._.- ._ :.-><;".:.!L..r!._ w: I I1.1It ,
described "uncivilized." p!!__--.--' 9 4S a i i Ar WathiottoD. I). CM..._.__So.>i Ky Lv. .1eI.. e. p
bones and pneumonia pains honestly We Europeans have recently kilted us as some 70.000 Hus- AN OLD ADAGE 1125p;___.__ -llOTa 1 Ar.n"ltlmore.MJ-.I..RII... i&.1 Sr p
w *- acquired may be found to condole slams and every European nation U wondering SS at! Up I Ar. l'biUJel.hi! 1'.1'. K. KLv. I Sw a: ass p
L i with and it la tolerably easy to banish at the U&h condition of civilization SAYS. nil: e.1--7! 4 Dp ,_ _Ar.:_.New Yt!k. X. Y ---1.. R K l.v.. tilit. j j)8. Sts p
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which have attained.A .
Imaginary: troubles from one's own we :\. 33 amt :H-".*..w York unit Florid .:.1'-." iAily I....... I*..!.. Nfe/st
s. # V mind when face to face with real suffering people producing for export the "A light purse Ls a heavy curse" Sleeping ar bttsrreu Jjtrkhtuville and New York.
.p. and Sickness S..a. 23 ant -"Wa.hiiiKt.ii and Fivri.Ulutwien i.i uited." IMily I'elllaa. ihewag (Gust
finest lacquer work carvings embroideries makes a light
f; In the frame of a friend or neigh purse. Sl leeping Cat Jst onvfUe anti Sr.'olk
: most assuredly can lay claimto -.. -- .
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LIVER Is the of
bor. The blues counterfeit seat nine
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h the real thing puts them to shame. advanced civilization Even It they tenths of all disease. :'iu.D.Iy 3111,|, rUrouih"The U n.. of lh. .. ," Maw...
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11.f followed tLe example of the shoemakerwho -753 p1! Lv.JacksrnvilieFL.. u....u.n_.___...____?____..___-_ "'A. Iy. i.. e
. 1 To Drink or Not to Drink. went barefoot himself, and created 12 13 a,. Lv. Savanuah, (1e..- _n__.- nu._____........._.t:* 8J.Ar. AL I Ri a
to tickle the foreign 600 a150p Columbia. (!'. C. h_ _____..__.___............._.......ft*. FIT I... I 1111 .
r t' : The etiquette of drinking or not pretty things: only Tutfs Pills Ar. Athrvillc. X.<:U ......_UUhU__.___ .__....__._. JM. Rr L. 111 p
I_ : drinking spiritons beverages on certain er's fancy and lived in rude romtortthemsel"ts 2S7p' Ar. Hot Spriuirs. N. ('.,....___.. ... ,_______.. .__u..u_ ... ",. I.... ,Wt4a
I 'J V different there would be evidence of filA p' Ar. KnotvdleTenn-------------------------------- /I aJ. L. .. .
varies in
occasions countries __ ___ __ '
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{- and localities and even in different taste and skill which must some day _= J!!.. _..-:.--. .r
'I> circles of society in the same locality. elevate the tuasse But Japan's mar go to the root of the whole matter Nua.Si sod S>)-l"utlnian DrawiiiK l:.".,ru and Buffi (MIt't'I.h Can U(.....
", : thoroughly, quickly safely St. Louis, daily.No. .
If Toasts to the health of the of tial prowess is only one element in her .. .
k emperor and restore the action of the --- ': ------ -- -=:-= -- --=-- ---::.---- --=- -- -
V Germany drunk in water are permlssi- claim to recognition "Revelation effects 13 llrtwtwa .._.....lhtll. ..<] Ib. Norih.e4 SVI4
LIVER to normal condition.

: ble, with no implication that his majesty no change in verities. She had _-_P._- ; -7-4.1 p -I.v-Jark.uv11k. ho R'..._.. .__. _. ........_ .".U__. I t.-
= Is thereby slighted. The fact that it in her all the time. Pressure ha jive tone to the system andsolid _.._u. 3(111i Ar. bl..n. So. 111.--... ........ ___ __. s a.

t this was not always the case may seem brought out the real character. flesh to the body. ._ S 20 a Ar. \IIant&1.. kJ'h____________ __- m *:
,4 I .. h_ t U. Ar. C'hatjUbix'Ra, NX IL------------------------ f Mr_
4 a trivial one to many minds but a Japan may now be expected to maintain Fake No Substitute.- u_ __ 11") pi: Ar"Lv. Clu<' llllatl, QUteb .t ('r ,.....&._.u...... Ar.'t >pa
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clearly definwl code about drinking or a stable government and administer _. __-_ 9 La p ( iwtafAti. Big Kour toml! --__. __..._.. N s.- .
the welfare of lie ajSM'PJ t Ar.0.hkal/- tuX iur l'oQ1e.. ;!
letting it alone is perbapn a blessing for just laws promoting ----- '': ---- _" :'-::: :':":: :::: xlty
pneralliOdetI. all her citizens and to respect the rights ._____ "l.'v. Ciiirioimti, I'rnn l.ill"u...___. ____. Atl.-t. a-
-. ._ ___. 710 e.1| .h.t' IVtin. IrhM.-----. ..._u.___ I ...
It has of other nations the broad groundof : ; r
been the rule
always among TAo e bltosbrr5ero1'rArasldBahJaldeg ...._ ::- H.1', Lv. (1nriaoati. (:Ml fi I).-Mi>ii<>n -------------r. t MaS
men of the world to respect the temperance human justice. The ambassador's BIJPh nn JtrDlAed. ..:. -": 7SS sI! Ar_ (Vu"*jfw, 1'.ll. A Jt.- 'tln.a_ "..__.u.._ I.T. 9Wr

-; principles of their fellows, and rebuke is perhaps well merited. How. RUDDER ___ __ 945 pi I.fiiirinnati, 4'.Il.AIiMIrh.lrnL.Ar 1 irua
, ______ Se: ai'; Ar.Ar.. Toleilu, --llth.(4-bLu.1.9.IIM'>>
i: yet there has existed a mild form of ever, the world sufflciently observing
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; coercion so that the total atwtainer at and appreciative to make that kind of ..___ : M V'-Il'j!! Lv.Ar.. rliiriunatl.1'itU.barjf. ..1111'1__.___.....__...______ Ar. i sae a _

; V V banquets and other merry gatheringsfelt talk useless henceforth in case Japan printed Ovtr Vro m Foss ttw< He txxrk*ten.Socccufuiluttri built from the Sw H =: -:: : 5 a}_ I'enn.:.Uyy. .:.:....:....:.-':;.::::.:...:-"..:... "L* ; u. ..r _
himself set down as peculiar. One displays an all around greatness on a every ciiire nd s ;om every n* F"9..... :T u It 30"p 1.1't'iorlfJtlAtI, H.g Four-----------------------5, I. a
dnwirK Q(,il pans, thowtnt .,-hjl is aJ -- A43 ?:__!!. _!!.. ,..d !!:!! --- _--Y. ; .3'.1u.
i does not like to brave It out and seem par with her achievements In war. : : : : :::: .::.: :: .:_ _- !
t bow to n *M-Tar urujr umpie. ...... 530 p' 1.\.I..iprtbo. I'M"' .Ry.---........._.___ ...__.Ar'tf4ta
to make a merit of abstemiousnesswhen HOW TO BUILD A RACCft FOR 050Mrudeo. ..-____,: "Ii) p' laai1viti.. ho, R-----..._.____._.. ._._. L'I.I$ f.. e
'' the crowd thinks the other way Some charity can win ll.OnO if Its ."' saa.L.A ..... ...>.iM Si a Ar.tlnuis So Ky f.
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Now there are men found in almost will produce a married man -
managers HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK SUII. UaodH-'Tbe Florida) Lhn W." Kily Sul.t V..tiWI., Tt)*. Tfe Fly
: every' company of social spirits who who is "perfectly happy." Just why A I K>.| f.,. .-,_-. M I.. Of tmrkac _>-< h G wbn sad Pullman !Skrpisg Can IlrtwM- J&e-k..llYnle alotS Claelaaato.
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era.on >lw w.'. tfr r of a.nat..U _. .
drink becaune do this challenge :- --- -::- -- -- -- -
the "rest" and yet the crank who puts forth **".taMOW --j-- - -

i v would prefer not to drink. Secretly limits the range to benedicts U TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP ; 5 i No. 13 Retwres Ju.III. lltad H.... (It,. Ie. II Sa a
Km: .. rvvfcl n ... BarKnv rr 4-.t.4. a yrteMK -
A they admire the Independence' of the known only to himself, but he wouldbe .--. .. A. *. Am M4 A....Ioa. ntt t Sh41..Sw..A4 *>K =::17"f5P1.J..klOOn'>le Kla So. ij".i: : "" .

.- 1 _- man who rums his wineglass down at safe in leaving it open to all tend j _. ____ '! S 20 a Ar. Atlanta ia., Ho. Ky .. Lr II ift
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t'a dlnnra- tD.'"Vt t"_. ...s..tM.La.d...... _...__ 05p' Ar.lirmibTtnu friaw. LrLr -

beer drinking Europe are good on the myth thanks to some wle ordainerof HOW TO BUILD. A KSCCf.ABOUT -=:.:_: .i-j 9V1s_ _Ar Kanwdtr. Mo.: 1Y1"a e>A ..: _

aide of liberality, U Is often declared things, and it U a lucky circumstance A act .il ..m4 .T .'>: ...... |M4 rake. .'.c.- --- -
.kr. Ultati. b of PCi-..... ".! f a .N't*. 13 and -'The Hrxa 1-imitc.J (/.il),.
they ought to be allowed to the for r.x( Ki.i.r '
run the race that it is ML Men HOW TO BUll A JHOAL-CBAUGMT SLOOHOW > >TJINIOCARavidNr.

r' whole length and apply to water as may be supremely happy or supremely t _II.........."taL.II.&Ie..a..,-0. _......._.....W J. C. LURK, IIetrkt ru.air Agent, Km w.., Hay alr_.. J.fhM atM.,sty

FoRt' well u to alcohol. Where anything miserable relstively. The test of happiness TO BUILD FLATTIE OR SHARPIE C.M.ACKKKT.O.. H.TAIMIK.U P A.

e #' and everything goes with regard to I* in telng ready to cling to or ,i .. r.-I... .....t.t', '-'e..vtl' a.p.+..,-eal4tnftii6ta. :..,.........,.... #II.IIAHIIWHK.P. II1: MIK' HOIiUtX A fI |- ATITEI

s kind and quantity of liquors drunk war give up what we have.. It life: prei i HOW TO OUILS A MOCEl YACHT

; ter should have the benefit of the license sent' only a chance at bapplne and i se.a A!_............-.1.....e":t a.wa.__ A' ice ,. te+3...d.t.w fir

i and every man's "poison" be left the bolder of that life and that chance j I The Motor ,

to his free choice without note or comment baa hopw he is happy in hU prospects-i PRICE $1. EACH
.I"AIO" II"USI . : That k liberality working both In what U coming to him. And first i
F 111 do'I &...4 "I'itu ofch fJ.
ways or last it comes if Dot ia meal, then to I 1 J ttV?**-iff J.. *lf.. ..I1 .y.
.f e .. malt Absolute felicity li the dream of j
Terragstlsm t'> to Dater races which American look upon4ueither s MIIT"CtT ttt. v6.e. U. S. A that Motes !
: It took as though Parrsgufs incisive .
primitive or effete. ]
V .;..! Ieal r,. C.s..tu of dart, ./ar'ec&br.aa + f
exclamation at the battle of Mobile a L.l.a..,.

Bay THnsn the President Halt of Clark .
1 torpedoesr is to be university -..- --- - ---
naill to the mast as a motto for all thlak that "co.'Ieje: graduates" are dy''i ---
.. It atand alone fur ffllrit-uf anti
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\ time by the navy department The lag out On the contrary, they are zBridgeport Mrerigth. j

:i ;;.: tostta deduced from the far east that multiplying rapidly although not In tt* I I] KILLTHI COUCHCURE

; the btttJhlp b monarch of the C *t way Professor Hal! wouJd like. A race I It ha piety of foetal and it I h .

pkir seems to have bn adopted to the exclusion of college breds would not b. desirable nD THI LUNCSWITH where it due the nn '\t IJMX|.

:. : of all other factors In a naval in any nation for it surely would die I j It I, jK-rfect in dc>ilu aDd work

4 I ; problem. Monster battleship are the oct UaioQ of brainy people with j Dr.King'sNew maiiibip.

i : V i order of tbe day ta spite of the fact brainy people teods to a decay of powart. i

--: that tbe stroccvst oa* afloat can be A trained mad crossed with a I I j EnrltblDI lJIt'an" "mrtblnl" J
Discovery ,.. Send for tAllJut'
s t'OD"rt.s Into oU Iron in an instant buxom physique wtU product a strain --

k = by a dynamite abed a torpedo or a of wen balanced capacities. sulrrlol k.OUGMI ::

tasting Bia*. FOR u4 SOC $1.00 i5
Bridgeport Machine & Motor Co.
It to ttete c. fit eoerM. to take ctaoceswtta If troobW with leak: digs uou, belchIng LDS frta Trial. .
ii or soar Mmach. o Cbsmherisio'
*. tb* biff ship and bas goes and to Bonat and Quickest Curt for all
Stomach and Liver Tablets and will
too THROAT and Bridgeport, COM.
1I I '; took upon Ie torpedo and ease u art' quick relief. For ask by Bed Cross JCOSXY LUNG TROUBUCS !
or ua.0. .
i, s..- ',.!.... a4't rata. toys to the t4&d of exprV PtarmacT. F. N. HITCHCOCK CO.. Agents TitasTilk, Florida.


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';r .;: and Mr: rovea told hhn that maca ofIt COHGRESSIONILPALACE '. -"t-S rj ?fe .
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'; waka"1M street 'cleaners InaPt'tcuts -err I wX ,-.

..'.. '' ..,5:;;::._ Lale;....Mt. .I.I..1 aad tltu sttusde for..that porpoee Splendid Building For Use oi \ ( :f : ci
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'.'f4;-'' -. ... II'Aft..., JelulijE ;fcvTbe; fettaixiBg. the plowing and pre- National .j.a ,;
\' n "if'Ji. '*. Walter U I B p&I1q.tbeaDd. aft al'srays done by tbeasaodatSoQ."MU Legislators. .'. _0. '
AI{. R.U Hottw.A.M r..., W Ur. PowelL -" :.' ". -.-. ,
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and rata ted. the hiker asked 1,11)'i 1' ...
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& t7DCtfTOPYIlt-LD.Penaq'ffpt The bnyitg of tools and the'care of 011" .Uta.- .r Heave .f aqr.aeatatlvea .- \ 1 .

..ft14eotta41adp:D. L GaaWca."T1Iu them, be was told devolved oa the cultivators. ;
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B a. to Strt
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.JItJJu The tendency which this work has t -
'" Fa slants.tu.-r.R.W. a.n. ,
fi TtesnB...nDIJedor.Joha lie.ry.TUa- had to bring people back to' tIe land EYe" "era eo..e.H. Thul 4j .) ".-

jt"p"1rIMIaIu; 1.lI.. Walker; Ttauville. baa beea 'more 'apparent in the last .... tau S..17 B* Pr.vtdee a :-- ."

-- ?tl lateadeat.pOlk 1aI&ncC19a: ; J.0. year of our work" said the superintendent hr the MeBt...... ,. .

,. ,.. --.Tttawflk'ntmffla,',aa ifl\W attet.yaa,'s, Norwood; 'JP., "when more tbu,10'pt1' cent The De\{,office building of the blued \ aly jf. ty! iJ
THosville. ClatraCiola offleer,, tOot ground on their own account' fi.:' "' "
-1 r It representative at Washington I '
IIow families does this 10
., '..am1lT1' COK1I 10-B A. Cant many perrent nhkii Elliott Woods, superintendent of f ,t.7f2St

x IIagT1ilmaacbairmaaW,R. Walker,'Ttterille represent asked the author. the capital, expects to nave ready fat
% a;; "';t ;John, R. Hint J- iaooU; JIM G ". :htr-LTe familiesreplied }fro J
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hi two as finally
:. : .Item, Quay. J. Fruk &11.,While Cit/. Powell occupancy yean "
sesdoaasre held first Ueedsyu ; gigantic says a Washington di. ...
4br What was the method of marketing *
s patch to the New York WorkL
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Mr Haggard'snext
. the products was
Its front on B street will be 476 feet
tJ{ COONTV SCHOOL BOAKD.-B.Y. ilarda query regarding a particular farm
, tf,ehaltmaatieSA.taerLJ.lktter, turn on Sew Jersey avenue 470 feet on G
had de
which superintendent
f MIl;1.11.Orftl. Ken r.... street S4jf fPl't'and on First street 4:;'.
ti ?';p..: stoas,. btld flm diy la each month. scribed. ft'fl.It. U to occupy the entire squats
"It was done principally by children
1. lying southeast of and diagonally opposite .
1 :. HAGGARD'S NEW QUEST children from nine receive to twelve 25 per years cent of pay age.on Tbe all the capitoL It will 1* threestories

;; in height and when completedwill '
NIt-s. They did this work after school
,."; : -:. contain 43G offices, whitare to '
*: &' .. boors and on Saturdays, so It did DotDtt' 'ftlt fARIANiiiiQ
<& be (ores er dedicated to the use of members
? \ with their going to school.
r' Novelist's Sociological
English. of the house of repmwiitaUves.Mr 1
"What did their earnings amount
. gfrr Mission His Woods In providing &o large a
.. _:_ For. Government. tor
number of rooms has taken Into ac-
" 1:tIj; "From |3 to 15 and W a week.
the demands of the future
:oust possible
';.: ?rJi. "Suppt) (nr you doubled your output
Y ;: ; 10 'VISIT ODUSTBIAL GOL05E&Ohjeei would there still be a market asked' and his arrangements are such
that If in twenty or forty years from For sale the 11
:: by
j t the author. *,
now the membership of the house
"Yes. If It were Increased fifty times
ifi ..... '. I* AMerle la I* should undergo such an Increase as to
o'tnreplied Joseph Felt
i t.-, Diy... a .....4 .r TraasferrUctk those require additional offices they can be INDIAN RIVER '
"Do you get prices than
, """!>- ...* Proa n.... to f.. COBB-- .which are obtained from other send provided by adding another story to

'" -. try-What U. v..... Lets CmliivalUB ..r the building without Impairing its
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architectural deauty.
:... ;'<.-., : ,W.rk U PklUJelBhU Hat "Yet" answered tbe superintendent"The The building to be classic In style L MUSIC HOUSE,

' ,<:\"' ... .!>... rtr ik.. Hee4r.H. gardeners of the small lots usual with an abundance of ornamentationThe .
: from 10 to 23 cent more than :
ly get per
: & street front is to be elaborate!
: Rider Haggard the EuglUa nov- the hud tltf'l'.." FLA.

,. _t ,Ust who hat rome to the United -Mr. Haggard seemed astonished having thirty-four columns In pain.
The main rotunda will be cue of the
: f:. State on sociological tuUslon for the when told that $40,000 worth of vegetan architectural and artistic glories of the

t 1. ; 'British government recently visited .% had been raised last year on the bulkliog. It wf't be elaborately decorated

f' Philadelphia to Investigate the work of vacant Iota of Philadelphia lie was In bronze marble and decorative

l 'It; the Philadelphia Vacant Lots Cultiva- also surprised to Irarn'thut there were plaster and iu otherwise splendid

' 1, lion association. He was accompaniedby 35,000 acres of vacant lots In ItiiladelpbU effect will be heightened by a monumental ion' -

',' and that the association had been -- ...-,- .--_._ .___ '_'_ __' ''__ __ __ u __
n. n '
i. his daughter, bU! private secretary talrntl(.
able to secure the use of culy 300
jo.. lC' sad It F. Powell superintendent of the The Interior arrangements of tht Dr. Oder at ..k' .. Y

'. f. garden work of the Philadelphia Vacant acres. bulking have been designed solely Kuropatkln In retreat a most d.jft'ted
Joseph .'fla, who returned from England -
. with a view to constituting It an ideal man;
Lots Cultivation association. Theywere a few days said that he had empty
. ago II. sat In contemplation on
workshop for inenilxrs of the house
: met bj Joseph. Pels one of the purchased In that country 1.300 acres vodka can
There Is to tx a caucus or assemblyhall cordon
And the little yellow men
'f, most active directors of the association,, of land formerly belonging to the defunct u
57 by 87 feet which\ will be dedicated do Mr drew
:> end were driven to the Btncham house Colonial college at Illllesiey Ray to tbe uses of tbe party orgaulzattoiu lie muttered low ki MuscovlU. "If OIlIer

i .. says the Philadelphia Press.My In Suffolk county, and had Induced a of tbe houie. only knew! l

? object In coming to PhiladelU. temporary board of managers In London '
1 Another splendid feature of the build That little fellow Notl though he's pa tthreeicore
Mr. said.MU to learn lease It for nominal sum and
: } Haggard to a and trn.I I
I Ing will be Its dining half1 on the second
i 'tboot the work of jour Vacant Lots place at work oa It.hundreds of Idle prancing like a three-yearold aroun-1 I''
door In the northeast corner facing
ColUratloB association. I came to men from London. my Russian men
I .
the Congressional library. Thlwlirbe It Tie Line In a knot that break
-, : imerici to Inquire Into the conditions "My scheme Is that there shall be ping
. .' one of the finest rooms of its my line In two- row WOMENIf
. 'tnd character: of the Industrial colonies formed there great labor colonies. Seven kinds In the country and probably will It Oiler only knew of this U Ol.r only

' wganlxcd in this country by the Baltstion hundred acres are at present under knew I
be hailed as a deliverance by legislators
with a view of applying the cultivation. The land baa a great deposit .
Army that old Oyama. who my and tired
there's out
j who have suffered from the Inadequate ?hen jroa are nervous
scheme to South Africa. The greatest of brick clay from which bricks accommodations of the presrut stubborn center stormed; continually you could have DO t

. 1-, possibilities for coloniiation bare been will be made. There Is also some basement restaurant The kitchenis H. certainly II past the age, he ..houlbe + : clearer warning of the approach

opened In South Africa. In England swamp land. In which willows can be chttrotonnl'd.y.t trick of serious female trouble.Do .
r to be located In the attic over the there be stands prformlnK
l' 'there U much congestion especially grown and give occupation to basket dining room an arrangement that will that younger lOin should don not wait until you suffer unbearable

: among the poor. One of the greatest I II makers. It Is my hope that this little Outer only knew o( this If Oal" only ptart before vou seek treat
I preclude the poMlblllty of burdeningthe
You need Wins of Cardai
has the of the knew 1
problems which civilisation( bad to farm shall be beginning
, ,"" atmosphere with tbe odors of cook now just u mach as if the trouble
. :Jt" face 1s how to help men and women ; country workhouse and farm colleges InC "Kurokfi getting on In life and .ur.l> were more developed and the torturing

. oa the land and prevent them from roopptlnl "My Idea Is to pave tbe way back to The building to have a barber shop, should retire; pains of disordered meastroaUoa .
}'. In the city, where tife eoiuli- the land. I attach very little Importance bathrooms and a beating and ventilating Then let what's of the ht are doing on my left dlrrrt bearing down pains,

much harder and unhe lth- to the work of the Vacant tots kuoorrboea backache and &ed-
.'.,8. dons are to plant that will be as perfect aa And doing other twytah things an old mv..houJ.Jn'l ,
lee ID tuft respect Men and women association as such. The whole land do! ache vers driving you to the unfailing

,.r born Into this wide world can only find question Is what concerns me. I takeIt money can purchase. There are to be If OsWr only knew of this. If Osier antiknew relief tint Wins of Carded
I twelve elevators located In at
groups hundreds of thousands
._ the best that is In life who life out that the salvation of the race Is theearth bu brought
the various entrances to the buckling, of women and will bring you.
the and sounds which live and from which worth about tbl'H
their lives amid sights on we That old man Notts
or four more than are now Installed Wine of Cardai will drift out
\' ,9J,nature, and he who can show the most good things which we get are de hundred thouiand boys.
in the capitol There are to be slow oh. military pride It tertalnhanno all trace of weakness and banish
But. my
4' back to the land rived. But unfortunately the earth belongs
the flow
way to turn elevators for the older members of j s nervous ipelk,beadacbe and back

._ will do a great service to humanity, to a few people." tbe house and fast elevators for those To be defeated by this superannuate ache and prevent the symptoms

'For" years 1 hare realized the Importance "I am exceedingly Interested In what crew.Who'd from quick]' deploying into daa-
who like to tie shot and down at
up O.licnly
and foMllUed
U retired
truoUrs that will be bard
; of this. I have heard said Mr. Haggard.It gtroui
.. lightning speed.Members line-wr to cbsck. Secure a 11.00 bottle of
allurements of life-dance to excellent work In
"The city seems me your Glob.Gel
-Wallace Irwin In New York *
of the house will doubtless
Wine of Cardoi If
:!" balls, theaters and the hope of making Philadelphia has Its sad side too. It I Ia U --, ---,- -- today. jour
try to receive s. many of their .... dealer does not keep it, send the
to that of all those acres of vacant Off( p.
fortunes-cause the young people pity
t callers es possible In the office build money to the Ladies' Advisory
: flock from the country to the city. Tcr ) lots In this city your association can leg and thus put an end to the practice He mar veil think he has ent off clietipho DeptTbe Chattanooga Medici

;( check this flow It. will I* nevewary to get only 300." of meeting, strangers and friendsIn a after having contracted ct-n,tinttton| Co. Cbattanw gas, Teen., and the

.. create a counter attraction in the noun or iiuiigertion, \t still al.l le to ptrfetls! medicine will be sent you.
the corridor of the house. This this
ill dr
his health. Nothing
Interest that! A Farvril Kvncdj for Bebl. restore
the an
to give
f try practice hat grown to tbe proportions tun Dr. King's New Life IMls A qnti, k.

,; comes from ownership in the land Its plraunt task aiul I prompt cure of a <<1antli.Iml "!lltlon upon the pa, pl1-s*ant and certain cure !
Those who rome to the city from the have male Chamberlain's Couch itemedvs hence and p-nenmlty of representsNee cnn..tipation, etc. 2V. at IW Crew WIN
usually make their ('UUoUllouWOrN. favorite with the mother of email chic
country and ttwr Ino doubt that It .rhuwat"y; gnarantwI.
still ilrrn. U qntckly rare their coughs and
While they are young
e roMA ..r tit Interferes orlonsy with the bu! lne' <
an.II'-\'f'ntt anyfanlo. pried-
but when 3
they may not realize IhK monUorothtr !erioo It of the house. It in prop* onsequeures.
they grow older they find their post not only cures croup, but a urn given* a corps of ni
Uoas fllletl by younger people, and they dun u the croopy cough appears all tbe new building, who duty it will Buy ftasi O Buy Ftcplsinuw

become dependent upon public (charity prevent{ the attack. For sale: by lW lx: to escort vMt,ws to the rooms of D:rigs Date Reaiik W g.u.t4 Tigw.

There were 113.000 persons on t.bfIl'O'r Jrnee Pharmacy.KlrkB tbe reprewntatlve A .{retie ,..,.Crm Oll.U'saat :1._..., CorUw
.: k: 'tn.y Troub- 1.IJ.rp... tr t ,.." .., ref I'
__ Lontlon lat tig.N '
", rates In year. Then U to be a telephone nwitch >ni. &.1 B.-h. I't\ilipb ftoe4, Hai'be ,. :J .. ......, .... .l; ,
Later to tb. afternoon Mr !U ,inl tl.B.ll.. of Stu- board which will permit connection a..i Ida,'tai b., It',R>rky M wbUia TN to tab. ,e:1 r. rr Iroead .,ItJ .
Md form. S\ et.l a Nit fro'dne nrJe by e
s- .was the guest of.Kranklln; a Kirk The newest Idea In pastry boards It with every office, a pontofflce In the H.WartS; l'U4 C'v.ran, !lIc+a 11\.1. N fin .Mtifirr.'s "",, ,

-Ii.. bride at his !tome *in SpnK'\'f't. thick glass. says the New York Post bawnient through which meroNrs will\ COLDER NUGGETS FOR SALLOW J'tOPlE'r .I wp..a.ortbraa Los a

where the author met the directors of The ok time marble slab U now said recehe ttf'!r mall fully an hour earlier '

... th. rbUath.lrbil'SDt Lots CultiTa-\ t-at>sorb. whereas the glace Is quite t-arb uiorofoz than it can be delivered .eslnsaa 2t hrERRY

.J don association and Ustenel with deei Impervious; hence much more sanitary. to them at the prefect time and enough T"

){ Interest to an account which Sup"riu- Under the gins Is placed a thick het ether cvnvenlrtU'ea to sus. present d SEEDS

.' I tendent Powell gave of Its work of felt A great many kitchen con del future iefriaUtors to 1-W UM : .

-" aatoaf the poor of Philadelphia.Saperiateodent Teniencea are now made of flaw. R>!1 name of "facie Joe" Cannon. who conceived IColdslI i abet ...,.., sre-.

Powell's. recital was and wsahboard are familiar. the lies of constructing the u.e 1&4.1 raw
log plan
.A u.,.. tr.......i
; Utastrate4 by a number of stereopUcoa but gUM rollrrs for towels are not yet building, e.-..., teem OIar ...-
lots area
picture, showing vacant under common. Mr. Woods Is e-pf-ciat'y proud of the It should be borne i& tnnd that !ne c.e r.fe..e -

oxlttTattoo In Philadelphia. dt'wst. _. fact that the building, sa It will appear em?cold weakens the mugs, low.rte _D.".'."" add.

of, tarn women and children at work Uh nodiBc *-?. when completed Is merely s refinement the riuhty and prepares the D.tapr, rwG".

In the vegetable garden *tc. One of findlnl health'U like Smlin n oneyM of the original drawing w&kbnl.mltt..1 I system for the more aenocs div I

tb* pictures shown was that of a > think *ho are tk1*n you he to the commission con eases, among which are the two

twelve-year-old girl who had bn gtvea lave a rough, onlA. *IN Ibnxt or ehe*t bung of Speaker Cannon and Kepresentstlves greatest destroyers of bscan life NEW YORKCLIPPER

'a quarter acre,lot to cultivate and trntation, better act promptly like \V. C. Hept>ura of lows and Richard pseuacoua aa
: oU |U$ worth of vegetaWe. l*.!d4 "Bart+er. or Sartly L el, Vas He laU oo ef Tennessee. I I II
; trucWr csu-ird Chamberlain'sCough
InvslVl fatter 1 had a k'rritAccbfott by .
..1t upplyln bee family. her jimAe and cu&J tloi4on RI' lung, Ni arc..utpat.
.. t
assisted her was so Improved tit t s.ady
who after finding DO relief in 4lier. remedies'
ta health by outdoor life mat "The f raM remedy I ever n*rl l i.ChAmbtrbin' i. Remedy 18 THE 8REATE8T
I ut cured by Dr. K ng'XeIK OMeryfor I
:. he was able to return to work. Another iXMUKiniption, an "
Mr. Bi i Better cf Fr nkrile
of a aloe Mss his won its great popttlarlty by its
, ;. picture showed part sunless sale of any eucgb or long m -ii .
farm which had bem keiaed byIfhteen riM in the vartd. At Kc
:,i F. .act* families who were graduates naci 50: and $1.0)t; KoirtAtrrd. Trw .npeaeant.Lest perfectly natartt, and codii JesTethw on." bnwfls S
who )
. .f the vacant lot cultivation and Je.l Cnws PharmacT. KCTttioci, effertisjf a speedy WYLhl.TSAMPLE
worth of vegetable -- I It re-I
>,, disposed of 1X000 J peminrst cere.
;:, to ODe season. O.ArOnXA.oM oaeTOxtTa.litntk. any Utdtsrr toward pteeroais.Price COPY FREE.
b fi>rt to taLf I.
F,; t lK Hsgfanl asked a Dam br cf
ttou during Superintendent Fuwelraulmatki I aarttr wax:

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THE TLO BID A'STAR tbe&SDai1li"not> alwayt loot :toyaea" ot\rARRn THE MOST DANGEROUS
r 3 >" .- what>'aottaaei of,,bird it. is ha kills;hekilkfortbe ,

3- .)h: >.; n"ttP'I".va&.u<.A..............+.....-tat. ....f.t ,- .,-1 ,. 'prove.' '- hk marksmansbiptaad'pleaeifeof, kOliog' ;bejexnttt be'likesto OF ALL CHRONIC DISEASES.

Midis ..We... ,- *e.eud ...... in'a Sport",that bperfe IIeJOrhim,
:becaosa '1 rsl niter bite of.&iike in -
&tIIDP IYD1'nDU.YJIQUUfG. : the" ," tot aJ4 weii&t.nd tmpfrtsm - is a Those With Irsaeotklp t
to Troubled
i : Blessing
I+retora..:Be can Injare as much'as beeaaec. Iff th* tfewsssdl ttsttssesiat*
f-r&fq e t.+aeZV' ehSz JI II'J'8L axles, d.. i .,',Tbi'protection of tb*'lav east G tafh," Saj United States Senator Corbin.ExUSSemlor.- ;Nj from* tb. fcniaWf walks ufllf

= t I !to.V be ptaeed: over:'::every bird that files, Catarrh i* tW raw of at least ..*- :

jMnewei=. .t W.u.e.t.;.-..,-... a, !a&dgana abooU. be sold only. subject to 9. tf of iM III* to wfcfc.* tlM aanw*
C .1&n. Ikeoae'aod. to bamane and respoWbSepersona. T family f* it,j i. I* there so vat totacff V
of. ,% TE spat.c1Iutr; rtrnll that oetthae If; the destruction goes on it remit. ? TfctrtU.Frntea .
er.. .. .. '' for avr fail to fare a rob IV
# r i. -....,...u n..., byM .:r'f l'is we who win -be. the eoferere, aa veil as c V i V ran itcrrr fall to ran taW,'ia tfe*
the bird: 'W'
.WJL4T'OttMt:B1A1_ T SAID. i. ; first'U;'. PH...ntH eatanb la the
Dine of I'..
seeosdtare. ease.-I tea.
M The,ft&i of thin eoontry ba eti gnly i GSASD. rrjBT T .. xJl5Jlr.i rvaa cum. fat&tJ1a ta iu lat and wait
.' cxaaprated what Dr.;;CteJ r rptty did 'Ta the' H01ICI1' Je;. the Jade of the SeventhJadidaldrowtoir -- V fUge* la U* rarity 0' ra.., aa4
z say In hit --meet titedldory,'a4tJm at UM State of Florida ia ,- N y never flU la btteflt every user ......
a Jolla Hopkins onlwtty on'the' abject : lad to Brevird Coaotr at the Sprint Term k everted.

E '= :of a.maVt aacfiUani over forty years of i Thereof the Year II05I A teak on UM rsroo thtu.t and last 4
i' .aj, that '..0 really_think it doe the doetor I, We,the grand Jurors inqairing- in and j dtseawa, sad caUrrb Is ill state. a&4varitttat
: to irtate.that' vjhat U popular1nppoeed > for the body of the county of Brerard slat tree 10 any address fcy"Ts
-"L :teas.'>hb,own wed plan of far the term aforeaaid,.having completed Prrona

I : t- ,ebJoroforralDf' own over roily yeah ,oar labors, beg leave to make this our My life W tl fey a Mere Thro,

.dub into'a bomorocu prevemon of An i final presentment;. PtfB-M tired Me.*

t tbooy Trollope't vhimateal toggertionln i 'We have examined into the matters of Nee. &r,)b Smart 94 Hi*

.. that charming noretcalted ;the "Filed .a criminal nature' which have come. before hrte;klja, N. Y. wnt*:
: Ferkxl;'-ia:which the plot'binges on the, and hue. taken each action therein *.! t&JI.'un in wora* tow law I wu.
echtu a ota coltge info which at 60 men .i aa the testimony- warranted. My life l>vB{ ty a mr Urt*>t. t warn
contemplation before [ We have the books walliBf for Jn ttt... ladi..
retired for a year of examined and om.i -
departure by chloroform. i cts of all the officers and find them I **>Jy trv.U. va e".snmptl.a rbroocbiti
? a peaceful county
&* ,
'?- *. I *Dff.r.+l BOWM pain ......1
Dr Oder did state "That incalculable and in good order II
,y ; neatly kept except low, but eo.;&lAf tad bnatWiar
L>?* beutfiU. might, follow. each aeebeme I is !the county jail which we deem baiUy in I kept Mppln what UttN trcuth I ......

E I .DA t"?-? apparent'anyone, el j, like ,myself; is !need of additional cells and the improvement t ,, i I could sot rat,slap *t even lu bkca
el pd
I i neanitg the limit and who baa made I of the sanitary condition of cells upstairs k d aJr. I vu a *>*r. .b.*... I ,

is -- careful study of _the, calamitiee which T >/ said to my fcswUod, 'I tint U.. t+..rahlonger.

v -- may befall wen daring the seventh and i We visited the poor;, farm and it is our % V .' JI.Ilabon.., they she ...
* dh know how I ever evtffd. It VM it
eighth decade bat after devoting a paragrapb opinion bit establishment of came
s ;. '. in hu address to the fact that history was a wise action on the part of our hon. molt a{ lrad..
"I took mt4kiM Nt Mitv
ihows a large proportion orable board of commi ionent. ywir
t that very county uai month,vikea I couU u. my bola...Mk
enl of world be traced We found the farm conducted in creditable -
of the the may to a and washing, and bart ben iM*; it
aezageoariaos, be, closes with the followtTbe maitnerand a greater amount of t \tr..10.-.. Now I am aW to do mar.
t **** work done than we anticipated. It is recommended thin;. You would never thick I W.4
, ; teachere life should have three that the unfinished part of been troubled vrlth such a ....... Rt

,_.. periods-- tdly until r5! inveetigatioo nn- roof be completed as cold winds sweep into : y' ne fJ. I hall always kip y"r mwMela
; tit 40, profession until 60, at which al(8l house where the inmates sleep. ; D.Corbin in my houre." Jklr*. Ruth Smart

*tt would have him retired on a double alI We wish to say in regard school mat. Dcapalrrd of Keee rr>.
e r -- - - - - - ,
Y' 1owan Whether Anthony Troll pe', tern that there is ground forttie fear that Gentlemcn The use of Pe- I II r*. R. !. Aulkh, Yic tlttbltatAtnerkan
= suggestion of a college and chloroform has been pressed; that Brevard county runs has been a blcsslns to o.a1ot"'al A..........*'
y : should be carried out or not, I have become school funds are in bal shape. At the those troubled with catarrh.So II street X W.. Wwl.,.... l>. Per

s a little dubious, U my own.time is first meeting of the present board a re- mll:1Jof acquaintances write*:
: getting so short."" port was made setting forth that the people have my "I know whereof I .|*.k wk. I NT
t been cured and benefitedby
that I' U woadirrfvl ..... tor
of Brevard county had been misled its Tuna a "' ,
that its curative
colds and caUrrkat trouU Lt fall f
BOYCOTT ON AMERICAN FOOD. and that instead of the school fund beingin should be
qualities generally wa very merle debUitol tress tl..
Something of the old revolutionary good .ape, that the board was f t8,-
known. I do not hesitate to feet (>( a cod IDt'ltt.s .*r1y ta IM
-$ ia shown the American Health 016 97 in debt. There was an indebted. .
;. spirit by recommend the best ran summer and x bt h I Dgl*>eld. I law
Protective association in ltd resolution to ness at the time of this report of the NY yet discovered for that dis that my 'r.tem wi* la ...*.. of "'IMa.
: bay no .more .American food product, above amount as shown by outstanding i /lsc.II..D. l.. Corbln 916 Chicago and rent, but to find the right taiaf woe
I excepting each as do not admit of adul- warrant, but it most be borne in mind Cdds! Not Promptly Cured Are Sure !I Opera House, Chicago, III.'excretion. the problem. Happily far ?mien a

i ;.,teration. Our department of agriculture that a fund had been provided in the way to Cause Catarrh. i t trial lint and Kav no ,....... to waI >

,: ":has been'showing up crook'ednera of Our of taxes to pay same which were not due, i It prrra.lea every 1':1rtIf liiaof the r-uti Wltbia .."..* I
bad rwvtcml .,.. a"
q 4 Datit'e. tanner!, bottlers; picklers and but were au asset against such indebtedness Catarrh Improperly Treated Is Sure the I'unun lfcly.I t entirely health and really mygMMl f.Ut..r ttgllt aid

' r jgmanufacttiren, add a really! alarming and the failure ()such explanationby to Make Life Short and Miserable. I I IVrcna ala cure. broufhilu, ruugh, trwoger than I..IM.-r4. K. U.Aulkh. .
Ifshow It is. The bland gentlemen .who the present board created a false impression and t'onllumJIon! in the flr.t ttag(>*vtlih i

';.. I'are putting chemicals and even'poisons in the minds of many of the cit Wonderful' Cures Are Made unfailing rertaintv.Hon. I. If you do not d* lrfactory prompt acid e.iM
i into oar food excase}hemaelree by uy izens of Brevard county whichcould, Many I t n. Y.('(\fll.", i* ex-i'nt'.t xuio r4uit fro-s tN ew 01 pseeess.
f ing that they do not pat in much, and very easily have been avoided, thereforewe by Pc-ru-na. Senator and roiuin nf Adj.lanttirnerat ; .-riff'at u-.ri. to I>r. liar..... ai.taag
-' i that the commercialism of this age makes recommend in future reports that the !(">rbln of th* I'm.I States A nay. luU.latu.M"n\ >ot r ***. led a* wtH
; ATAitnll I'part"iI noor an'r tuna IJudge Corbin Uone of the twit known t.ptcar.l4.Zive y..u M. nl""" a4.
-' l1eet'UafYIJOOd many things that they board set forth all such facts for the information C
lion of the body. II I* capable of lawyer in Ciiicapoand Stands high; priregionally vce rat.: .
regret to do, but that must be done in order of the public. dwln-ying eight, taste, smell hearing, and socially. The mare '..t.'n.. I., Iarlmaa( ,.,........, rfTh.
not to invite competition. The national And now having completed our labor dictation; tecretlun ainilstioa and ,iea ' ; !. government stands: by them to the we extend to your honor our thanks for -
"- extent that while it exposes their methods the courtesy shown ps and to the various

\, and publishes analyses the staff county officers for their prompt and diligent
k .; ""* they ell it does not give us the names oi attention to business and the aid DYSPEPSIA CURE

.. the offenders but allows ns to keep on they have given o', and now ask to be i i

buying adulterated,colored and unheallh- discharged. K.odo I DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT

fat articles hence, the only safety from T. JOHSSOX' CocKsurrT, Foreman. The J 1.00 bats eonttbt 24 ttiMitk*trUI*M, a klck ME*fcr 10 uaU
,- the point ot win, of the health association W. 14. HAROEE, Secretary. ritr ti9 c.LT *T T.. MKMTOtT M
: I it to use American made foods of any E. C. DeWITT &: COMPANY CHICAGO ILL.
Another fruit hu
kind, since we have laws that enable us shipping company For Bale by the Red Crwa Pharmacy, Titimille; Fan Gallic Pharmacy tau Jaltie: Chat. F;Me4bu.r.e.1
been organized the The
o to reject any foreign goods that are sophis on coast. ASK FOR THE 1S05 KOOOL A1EJH1C AID 200 TEAR CAUS9AR.
new concern is the Florida East Coat ,
ticated. ---
It will seem that the honest manufacturers Fruit and Supply company with headquarters I L. BRADY & BRO. I
< FortTierue. The is .
are made to suffer with the guilty at capital JAS. PR1TCHARD & SON, -- -. -'-' -- --.- .
in Inch raw, and that is tl'Ul'j but the 150000.

boycott on native food products will have If taken this month keeps you well all TITUSVILLE, FLA., GROCERIES, HAY GRAIN AND ALL'FOOD PRODUCTS.

the immediate *&et of turning "Dimmer. It makes the little ones eat,
every We handle of all
prodace kind We .
are itt>U for M PM' FertUU r% W.4 .l t j *wttly
honest maker and dealer into a policeman slerp and grow. A spring tonic for the In the above lion..f goods, and Kic the trade of all ixnmmcn. Writo .. tn Him M
, who nil help to enforce the law whole family. )I $lirter'e Rurky Mountain Grain and all Ifocerir. lirertd at your whoa, E. L, BEADY A BEO. Tm'u.a.fl*.
Tea. 35 cents, tea or tablets. AskyonrdrnujfisL -- ,
against the frauds. When we have ex -

,r poord the humbugs we can Morn to our The Cc! Ptalid Player Combined. =

,},; faith in the honeety of the American O.a.S'1"OR.A. 2aU
manufacturer. swath > IU Hal< YII: Bra AmYl BaffAX

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t: I A bird is such a small and unimportant -- -- 'i't t M -

lookii g creature that for a whole legislature .

y to spend time over him regime to C f 4 r:t ..Ii j 1 wt

some people, who wear him or kill him

I foramvwmrnl, as preporteroiis .
But it is everybody' buHuos and that .

of the kgH3sinres ia ftilr cab,, for it
j ought to be understood that the bird has :
4-r,7 I Iie
We invite attention to
e =: a value as a protector of crops that is beyond your

reckoning. Without him we should the following close prices on our
tae lcft*. tl"t10' infects that already destroy
in a year vtgfUble and fruit worthrWOfcOftTQ popular brand of cooling stores

4- e ,and timber worth $IOOttd.- r t 4 known as the "Prince" and the
OOll appropriations were dr,iml from ,

.l'OO'ft\Of to rover teach a low the country r' rs "0. K. queen:" r

_', -V would be aghast at the proposition. Yet
V V; the country goes on increasing the bit ;-1b; Prince Stores, : {;.OO

t bee it permits the hooting of the hiNt. ISEXPEUIEXCF.D DRUGWsT S.Ji.* u : 0.00 t) ;
i : The mistake has been made in Kate ran do a treat deal of harm without half hr b+
"Y r of exempting certain birds from trying. Eapecially in the handling of 0. K. Queen Stores V2-1 11.00 il t f,
quarters '
prcarriptkms or the mere powerful dru**. e t Jrf .
if;: ; the protection that !* given to oilier; T)<. ftfest coo,. fat you U to avoid such M-l H.W ; / :
i .k Rhode Island for insUnrr, has an injurious and bay 1 :;. '$:
i V law that allows men to take the lives YOUR DRUGS ** ** ** 8i It,.OO -1:

of hawks, owls aod crows. It has been here We know drag from A to Z. Oar
F V. proved that tbeee birds are as awful as prescription work is highly commended Ilinstrated circulars goring full

,;k:v many of the smaller speck; they coo- by physicua absolutely.Beeaa That's we ODe follow of the directions reason particulars oa application toJA&PBITCHiBD&SOX Plays any music from a roll automatically j

< : some immense c/uatities of inaects: and to trade here. be hand.
V why you ought or can played by The greatest mus-
' LwrprY1 on rats, nike, weasels and t
= other aiaWihat the farmer baa reason. RED CROSS PHARMACY, : ical invention of this age. Sold by _,

': 10. consider. as Kisewtnk*. Being armed< TITUSVILLE. Tltnsrnie, Florida. INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE. Titusville. t

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Ota la the bouse.
when feel ba lothe last article .written to her home -
.; er"'LS-'PI.lls'fo dizzy. They act directly paper Tbe Tribone. of New Hartford, '
Conn.. Ura H. B. Jo&ea the editot'a
oatheUcr.ut .#.. ", \
wife, tap of Titonilte:.

M )_ otbeardBUCKINUNAM'S DYE "In this _little city, which y is not aa ad, Home Made

:-:- ,.k&tItd kin.ik NIl ca..____..I.1oIoIoIt'.I6MIA.L.. vertiaed tourist place ,everything baa
been foil. Some couplet who own home

Pa WART have gone to the hotel for the mason and
rain \ITEM II mm rented their furnished booan to northern
At the touting of the Democratic state cake and biscuit
d re families u a large price. Famished your muffins tea
K..dodap Ia 8 .t rra ...... committee in Jacksonville
.Xesry rooms are in great demand and boardinghouse
Uat week the following amendment to home-made. will be fresher
aM They
w.c.aUDIi.- the *daily tarn away appikanU for aceommodatkma -
primary law favored
were :
This la ODe ,of the best
That the expense of the primary be cleaner wholesome. .
;e. banting and thing sections of the Hate, more tasty .
Mr. ZIT and Mrs. Ziy will leave next. by the state aa genera! election. beside being one of the meet delightful aa

r week for Georgia. circuit To submit judge. derision of contest to the to climate with much longer season Royal Baking Powder helps the housewife

Gardi are oat announcing the dance' Any band of than the more southerly! resorts, which home and
fro and Mrs. Jerry Griffis Friday. giving a person valuable consideration guilty offering for vote or become intolerably hot before the first of to produce at quickly economically

p Mr. Arthur Jackson of Clifton, was in object to fine of cot lerethan also)( anda April. fine and tasty cake, the raised

oar little town Sunday taking map ihota jail eet w-me. TO PROTECT FISH AND GAVE

Mr. Leonard Mcibey, who clerk for Providing that candidate be requiredto A petition is being circulated among hot-biscuit, puddings, the frosted layer-

4' : Mr. '. publish statement of expenses of ram .the registered totes of the county and Is
Oak Hill, spent Sunday .
cake cookies crullers and
: with his parents.Mr. being generally signed, addressed' to the crisp crusts
That it shall be unlawful for any honorable board of county commissioner,
and )1,... A. N. Nolle church muffins with which the food
Measn. G.Nolle or charitable organization to solicit requesting that board to appoint and an. ready-made

and Ziy are in THosvIlle attendingcourt contribution from an avowed candidate thorite the sheriff to. act in cooperationwith .

this week. for office. the fish and game warden in preserving found at the bake-shop or grocery does

That the state committee be authorized the game in this county, and that
Mr. H. G. Putnam and titter. and Miisa!
''w ; Minnie Dyall, of Oak Hill Attended the to name one of the inspector at each he have power to appoint deputies U .*- not compare.

dance at Mrs. Kuhl'a Thursday.Mr. polling place. list in protecting game, and in making
That tile charter of any organization be arrests when the! statute relating to game Royal is,the greatest of bake-day helps.
:}". and Mrs Albert Nolle- I it
haye an. annulled upon proof that such corporation is violated. The petitioners recite that .

other of their always enjoyable dance' contributed in any way to the funds they verily! believe that this ia essential
Thursday evening. Several varieties of of candidate. ROYAL lA'UftQ POWDt co., flew YORK.
any for the preeervation of the game in this
cake were served including strawberry That tax collector shall -
no receive poll county and for the enforcement of the -

= shortcake that was fine. The dance brokeup tax from any man except for his own poll state statute in such case made and pro The Philadelphia tiers declare that talea cenile it to I* credited with at

at 2: o'clock vided This petition had about one hnn the president tin tva**) la n.!+ the wont l ram one n-fQrlll.-Charl News and ,
tax.To "delighte.1."' (),lUbtl..* the Coiled Courier
redistrict counties so that each din- dud signatures of persons living in this
It will bring rich, red blood, firm flesh trig shall have no more than 200 voters. section this week. Same will be circa '0 "

-- and Rocky ma Mountain de. That's Tea what will d HolliMtr's). Taken Amendments proposed to the primary lated in different parts of the county be- DO YOU WANT TO KNOW ALL ABOUT THE

: this month, keeps you well all summer. election law that were rejected by the fore being prevented to the commissioners

r 35 cents tea or tablet Ask your drng- Democratic state executive committee: consequently will hardly! reach them

gist. .._ To eliminate from operation offices of filled the appointment before the regular meeting in May. EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?

MKLUOl'KNK. To'charge ten dollars in addition to the STATE or Ouzo CITY COOSTV.or TOLEIX, IFainK I ILVCAS _-, Especially regarding, Fruit Grow ing,Tnu-king and

,;\ The etorm of last Saturday did no dam. poll tax due for reinstatement of a voter J. CHEXEY makes oath that he ItthtMDiorpartDerofthefinnof 0 General Farming? If so, Qlril for llie.........,.
.- age in this section. from the registration list. F.J.l'nIYU'
The recommendation of the state &; t'O., doing businew lu the city of Toledo, FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.
i- The Wood sisters had a most pleasant executive county and sate aforesaid.and that said firm
'return. committee regarding the primary will pay tbe turn of One Hundred Dollars for
Beach and
visit Palm
E; to each and I'lIlCE S CENTS l'EnSSU (.
law willhe submitted. the legislature every ass of rsUrrh that cannot be
: Mr. and Mre. Alden lladley! left here
; in theshape of a bill embrarjpg the
FCANK J. CHENEY, .\ptH F.,';,
Wednesday their home in Mooreeville, changes agreed upon. Chairman D U. Sworn to before re* and tube'crib ia my
Indiana prrar act. this 6ih day uf Decemlier. A.UlNIIJ. E. V. BLACKMAN Editor MIAMI FLORIDA.
5- FIt'trbt'r.iII appoint a committee to attend \ ,

,Capt. J.S. Samrois, of Brooklyn,X. Y., to this work. Primary advocateswill J I-J; f A. W. (;LE.\ .OS. 4
to the legislature! and work industriously NoUry Public
yz' is a prominent greet at Hotel Carleton go -
''< this spring. to have the amendments male acts IhU'f dirvttlyoo Catarrh Cure the U blood Ukrn cod internally lunmiusiurfac and. SAN MATEO CIGARSHave

into law. Leading politicians declare of the fyslctu. Send fur testimonials,tree
The Messrs. Mclan, guests of HotellIevQt" that Gov. Broward is very anxious for F. J. CUEXEY .t {(J.,Toledo, Ohio. Made
V.G continue to bring largequan-. a
the evils of the primary to be adjusted,
; titiee of fish. They enjoy the Reputationof
and it is known that come of the suggestions TI3 E Their Own.

r;= Capt. Alex J. Goody, after a short visit made yesterday are in hannony

to hisparenU, Mr. and Mrs. R.V.. Goode, with his views. Governor Broward The success of the San Mateo Cigaris

4 hu returned by launch to Hobe Sound. wield* a strong influence over the legislature HASBROUCKTARTS one of the greatest triumphsof

and it i is known that derided majority the East Coast since the freeze.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Edge came up
of the lower hou e is in hearty..
from Miami last week and are visiting : Ma! cord with the in almost! all of
T :\1.... ''ge's i-areuts, Mr. and Mr*. R. W. governor slandof C\i h. can prcxltice, and wrapixtt with the rich Bulky leaf grown on FafuaAt t
GooJe. his ideas of state government. plantation, the cigar inrMjiiceti a bftter article
.- '''--- ;TARTS EASIER: W'.NS: STEADIER: : For sale hy all tliejfa.lini hotel."..ndinn< and t.y thr) rnioii Nr''' C' nian>
Capt. Reaojean continue to take jolly l'lea"ol and ttarm4.a.. on every train entering }k.rida.
parties daily to Melbourne IVach, where Don't drug the stomach: tocnrea cough!. Twenty Sizes, Styles and Grades to select from.bnt1faluft1 .
surf bathing picnics One Minute Couch Cure cut the mucu,
enjoy andgath*
they draws the iuUiiuatioti ont of the throat, toes LESS GASOLINE |>er horsepower by s. VV. ROWLEY, San Mateo, Fla.
( ering sea she:!ls.
lungs and bronchial tubes, heal?, soothes
1 : ; Mr. and Mrs. John P. Burn and Muter and care. A quirk cure f.,11' croup and than any other engine made.
hooping; ciniith. One Minute (Vxitfh We continually demonstrate this.
e::' J P. Hum and MIP. Tllf>!!. Mevhau have i:Cure relieve a rough in one minute becaum THE SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY

left for their t""III'11 in Gertnantown, Pa. it acts first on the micas membrane Commercial MZt-s 8 to 3iV+ ) l hof'ot> por..

;. ,-: Their MeHmurti homes are cloyed fIll' right whew the rough trouble*-in tJ.e' r..dal Light High pier I tJ meg from ,Ate now 'thHjf5wii.jr.MacMne. ON EASY PAYMENTS.
throat or deep seated on the lane &,M 'JO In "V"l horse 110'11 t'r.

.. still cimtiniies to keep a : and Chat F. Campbell
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.y full hou-e of Haul delightful people who!, h Direct Representative t" at your *rvice. lump U8 a url.'hllle willtvtiun you

Wend together Mtialiy IIn.l. ? having ALLIGATOR SKINS WAMTU.We Benj. W. Jerome, Sewing Machines Sold or Rented. Terms: $3.00 (down and 13.00 ptr mo&tb.

r rnwt enjoyaWe t01""+ fishing, picniciog the want KD.tiOO market alligator skins and From l6t'JO per tent 11 1"001)lit allo"ed fir ol.l mu him-.. AH) make of machine

'; and a tienertil pool time.A pay highest price. r' Nee>l'e' +. .U'ltn, etc., for all kinds (>f hlart, /J.....
Lot STER.V Co.
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new lamp h*" been plain on the _. ,- DO NOT USE POOR OIL-For o,.e t>n wwirg tnachirKi, wr.tu,g'II, l"u-j-
neeletland WJST PALM BEACiI. FI/>KIDA.
blot This ma'tuiiich our INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE the and for nil totUI-jfot'e r*'i ... ..
r people thank the town officials for this --- --- -- -- the end Genuine MNGKR: Oil. ran only be obtained at !Singer stores
There i ili nothing Carrie in Hock the Everett piano (the
cheerful improvement than bright lights. new artistic standard), the Harvard Ludwig J. L. MOBLEYTITUSYI1.LE. Addre.a The Singer Manufacturing Co. ,

and lUiley' piano, and the Farrand FLA..
)(1"8. Sarah Sheadle, aunt\0 lrL Frank and Putnam nrgane These makes are .. .... Cocoa, Florida.
: Fee, has pent sometime In :Melbourneamong od! at exceedingly close pricif for cash, Contrails fir aM kinds of Fainting K.lsomining l- -
Staining, Finishing and Papet
old fi'tend She left last week or can be p'trchL on the installment
Hanging, at the moot rra'onable price Organs. Organs. Organs.
intending visit i i Paytona and St. Ao- plan. consistent with pK tt aotkmanship.
her northern Oar patron* will: tell you that we have IJejwiri-d--Ma.l* to ""-.un'' Uki n.''!. Pricr ?-".. lImp ut a rarl when joa Late
EU+line ere going back to saved them in the of Work bere CD the East Coast
money purchase aol AJ-re M. M, BROCK COCOA, FLORIDA.
borne in Cleveland, Ohio. work for UK to do. J ,-
their inttrumenlp, and we are reads to
Specially elicited. Let me know what
Mr. A. Taylor gave a beach party do lice same by you.
you want and get my estimate on it
last week to which ahont thirty frien.UJ,I Writ m for particular! an>! prices. Prompt nt n given to alt work.IF R. V. DOUGLASS, :: ::

was erv- ir j! Piano rented for the too ri't tea* ___ __ _H .. _
invited. A dainty supper j
were n.Fla.
lafe*. 1 Trtustillr. '
remained to .;.Nrrrrlr11111pf111eHt111 rr111RteflNrf11r11Bti t..l..r
,+ ed and many of the party General Merchandise,
enjoy the fright of seeing the ntoQn rite | : .i

above the ocan, then a fail home by {i it -- eomi.tiwg of nuythlDC' "
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moonlight. t EAST COAST MEAT MARKET usually kept is t r +4. ROCKLEDOC, ILA.entfUa..eenr -. .

n. .test Caaah Syrup.S. ;I C. F. DUREhf.I..I : 'von are in pf* *t-*i<)n of i",me- .d
:: thing do iw< want adrrrtr- ::
I... apple, u.prob.te f.1d v, Ottawa i :! it thrrtcjth;: tlie columns of TilE :: A. E. HILL
?- 1 Kin. write : uTllls is "un that ; .
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: >h U, and it gr+e&. : ,
T?ftiT 1 hate usd lWl.nt' lIon-hoonJ ymp .
for yean and that I do not h il.e0 florins : SANFORD, FLORIDA.
recommend it as tU best cough rap I .
.4 :;' bate ever used." S5c., 5< and tUX al can : I IFIF :., General Hardware.Doors

t: Red Cn* Pharmacy, and KaabaJielliaimacy. \\'t\ ttnW t t: .

H. Htts I You want sorutihicjf that youhaven't f Sash. Blinds Cement '

SENTENCE AFFIRJCED.! ..:": got, a.lverts for it in :.: ,
: DEATH trill l:- Tin STAB and your want will : Lime, Brick Lath Etc.
j. The supreme court hu affirmed the dedaion :. be aappUed. :'

--.- death penalty of the loUt was imp court**.in! upon which: Simon the Kinds.TITtSYIIJ.E. : } GUNS AMMUNITION AND FISHING TACKLE

Eeye. of Key West, for the murder of I I Ji ,

Kosa Camera. Reyea pteaded inanity, FLORIDA Plumbing Gas and Steam Fittings.

but the circuit court did not ewtaia the I i f A man i* a g"art bainen man be .\rt4'1Iian and write WelU a pmalty Ijjmi.., and hJBjVc: .

plea. Rtye.'Ucuatictelandsentexkrd : : | ought to use grad tatiocery. Tnt Tin Chop under competent foreman llfAtg, lictteriftg, r>pairir( af'IiJ-l..b.
to death. The decuaoo of the supreme :f StJta & kind oippe l to sappy J: Work prom;try ilu-Ll to. ,

leaves no rwoane for the C>>G- := the right printing: on the i Florida for the Norcross
court the noes r'waa y float Cue | trot quality of paper, at reana- <<: Sole Agent
appeal to ne
geed man, except an Y arr. l r1 MZ.I i f ble prkn. Send u* an ordrr.
tL ontttg board which will probably be Hand ColtjTators and FertiUzio Drills.
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DES REFORMS part Mr Adama called fipba EartRusseH BEST FOR "THEBOWELS A.G.gPAULDING'

and'aaid.-! seed' .sot mabad. joorbrdafeJp : & BROS1Base /51
that thus la This coolsfaretralbttorwud :

? 4i ai $, aPe $ ; atatemeot made ,
t fiit to at the-'rignt time la '
by the right man TfasM...'t.-. .. __"'.,&M Ball and Sporting Goods
: Dilaillstdc3et the rte t tsaaaer prevented. the aalUnsoftbe IlittwyA34yoa'ft w..w &...,.,
;,, ?i r ,' 'croiaera. lasmensdy to the advantage ... ........t..u. Feses.1s its skips ofil.ama
paysts se put ......... tamest T4et.
of tbt commerce of the Unite f. .ttnaimt.wt 5.eaee wa ii UQSIc ,_ A
1M.... Mu sat elms G I.taU -
BT r FEOKOTIOT, States and to the interests of tbe coon AND DREW CO
trj." The H. & W. B.

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i..JMEie+.* Ia srsK+.t:._ Ywb. sartt 1lane. +. Jacksonville. - Htgk.r Dinah -Now dont fall down ajt

., tla1ai1.. aa! Bn+ .break dem algs..Andrew Distributors for the State of Florida. _
Jackson Conldnt breaker
: i.-v Itdidlaai is IDrnT Laplhai
Abnsti-As4ei.e rk inyhow. Dew la Plymouth.,Rock ag TtM st k"r..t Ck trade supplied manufacturers' prig

.r. cw tTe..eia ARIL.. A DiUMT, lariaau... -Retail order and dub outfit rvorire i careful attention. --t' ... :
Semi for catalogue. :
; IB a lecture recently dfclkered tt the After heartmeal a dose of Kodol CAT .'CM UKC CANDY :
Std Dvrpepsis Cure will prevent an attack of ".... .. h1at.bIe. r....t. TUN Goo4. Do j
National moteou In Washington Andrew indigestion. Kodol i. a thorough dijp Ooo Krrtr B1**-'.Waka Crtws 1*."aM --- -' -- .. -' -- .--". ItThe t
S- M HU yr tot Write foe tn 1.e..4 bona' .
wMmbassador Cert
D. White. to -
tang and a guaranteed cure for indigra Jet.1tL .I.UIeaa m

raanj and exjmlalster to.Boaria, out Lion, dv'peria, gas ou the itomach, sour 1IdIt.....c.... Cafes*srft.IMS
'' 'lined a plan fur the reform of the diplomatic nsiogt, tad breath and all stomach troubles. IEEP lOll ILOOD GLEAN name "Simplex"OIMPLEX -

serrice. says the New York N:Wstkine, LHbott, Ky., .Y: "I -

Times. The mala features of the pUa eta testify to the efficacy of Kodol in the -- -- has been repeatedly
cure of stomach trouble. I was afflicted
were u follows: T* C.. Bierele .. Alaska J..rar.
with stomach trouble far fifteen and
That while about one-half of the ambawadort years iANO complimented as very
hare taken six botitaof your Kodol Despite the failure of bicycles for Ice p
should be appointed, a* now, traveling In the Yukon when
Dyrpepala Cure, which entirely cured me. upper '
The Simplex
,- from citizens distinguished for services These ,is bottles were worth 1,000 to tried several 1t"1in.Igo three miners rLt1Y appropriate. -

at borne, without reference to previous me." Ko lol Dyspepsia Cure7 will dlJ't"8\ headed for the Tanama will endeavorto -

experience In the diplomatic serrice,at any quantity of all the holsome '1011 make the overland trip from WhiteHorse ct Jt is simple in everywayandpartioular.

tea t one-balf should be advanced by you want to eat while yourstomach taker to Fairbanks on wheels, says a 1

a promotion from lower'ranks In the a rest, rl.'Opera..nd grown sl rong. This Tacoma (Wash.) correspondent of the Its _

errlce. Aa regards the second crude wonderful preparation is jtmly entitledto
San Francisco Chronicle W. Newman,
ys all of ita many remarkable mires. Sold! mechanism is
In the service that of ministers plenipotentiary simple.
by Red Cross Pharmacy, Eau Gallic A. S. Howie and 0. M. Heldman purchased ., \
.'y be proposed the same genera wheels and started north a few
Pharmacy and Chas. F. Campbell.
t; S ] rule and the same thing also as days ago on the steamship Jefferson.At .t.t:: It does not easily get

regard the third grade that of min Horse '
.1 DEFENSE OF GAMBLING. White they will prepare for .
titers resident and the like. As regards their long journey By making a number .: out of order or need re-

the lower or special or temporary Why a C.Iteg. Prof ...r Urges a of short cuts and eliminating Daw pair. If it should by mischance it is

grades, whether those of diplomatic Gone I. Srb_l.. son they hope to shorten the distanceto any ,

agents or charge or commissioner he Professor Herbert Gardiner Lard of the new diggings by several hundred easily fixed. The Simplex is fully warrantedand

+ east aside the principle of promotion, the University of Columbia in New miles. \White Horse their rubber

ti leaving the whole matter lu the hand York and Professor William J. Kirby tires will be wrapped with rope to is an ornament to any home.

cf the president, as now. of the Catholic University America prevent the wheels from slipping.

''t For the lower ranks In too service1)to recently told the members of the Contemporary sold fly

: proposed two grades of secretaries club at rhiladelj.hla that Attacked: by a Slob.

1 F; i of legation and three secretaries of the they could find no reasov for oayin? And heater, in a labor riot, until co'er.ed

ambassadors, to be appointed! after examination INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE Titusville.
that gambling. in Itself was wrong, with sores, A Chintz sirvt-tmroon

J'-. and when once appointed tote says a hiladeiphia dispatch: to tin ductor applied Bucklm's Arnica Salve andwaatninu ,

: retained aa long as they were efficient New York Herald. Both stated It a. &ind an.l ut-ll. "I ue it in

SP* and advanced from the lowertecretarjBbJps their opinion that gambling could not my family," riles Ci. J. Welch, of Tekonsha "- u _ .. _. __ .. ____ ._._ .

to the higher and from Mich., "ami find l it (effect.
be eradicated from and

F*' t"t the least Important capitals to the more that the wisest thing modern to do Jife was to Snnp'y:25'. at Ked great Cro8 for cut Pharmacy.and burns. Only FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

Important aa they merited It. properly control it.

x Mr. White advocated also the appointment The discussion was listened to by o 8prlal. First Bloom !. Colorado.

of young men from the ran distinguished audience that nodded approvingly The first anemone of the season was Local Time Card No. 59. In Effect Jan. 30 1905

c, curs departments at Washington as attaches much of the time and Jan recently found by Donald Dewltt of
to be distributed the HOITM.$OQAD-IUD upi /
among exceedingly faint applause when :1l1U' Colorado college while tramping the $OUTH-BOUND-ICAO DOWN.
: capitals of the world in order to secure
bling was attacked from a moral view hills .
on the east slope of
Cheyenne n.. '..2J II.. 71J II. 74 M b ta
information on all subjects of interest that 0 89 N1 J6 n I
It hrl.llt.>
point. was explained mountala the Colorado STATIONS.LT ,
says Springs
I IJaUlIaU[ (tally battysukp
to the home government and to obtain whUt and draw poker supplied just the Telegraph. The Cower was in full Dally -Dany -Dally Dally ,.. ._ -.-

t; an experience and training which proper excitement needed at times by bloom. 1315PIMp 1000 eOOa ... ..J.t>k onTille ....Ar TWp 155p IMSloo I ill
= would enable! them to return to useful _._ sup 10 us a .... ...Sn.J.ekwnrdla .L, Tit p a
rtefi men and women weary with routinecares. --- ----- a 24! pl.'Sp ill* a tit a .SL* .. 4 *) p KOp s r a. a
t: n careers. Cite. Health. Igor and Tone.HerbineUa 1163 S ......,....HtUnr .. sup /54a
p 11 ttSaJOS .. ....EaaTalatkaU II1p Ulp SfHa4Ma
loop lTi4wa
Mr. White as most blip top
regards important
? Ic Professor Kirby after admitting the boon for euflerrrs from -
? 'that In every capital to which we send theoretical legitimacy of gambling, anemia. By its UM- the ho! )d is quickly Ieasp Z25p 123Sp lotto U ..Palklka If 44
.ambassador or minister there should made an earnest appeal for a course of regenerated and the color lcomes nor trip 150p I14iatU .. ....falatta Ar 41ap *l*

le a proper embassy or legation building instruction In the schools which mlgbt mal The drooping treneth is revived. .1 P p Ar ...... Nan VUu-o .. : 'l p 19a p
for his use. Jle presented various lessen gambling In the next generationand ( The languor is diminished health, vigor Tlba Still L* .......N..Msieo.. 1\1\ p ti.p 7Wa tMa

reasons in support of this recommendation said that cities should take the and tone predominate, new life sod hap- U4 p l,. ... .. -' N eora L* 414 SO
and made especial mention of the up py activity remits. Mrs. Belle! II. Shriel, 1 w p ...... ... Kunm-lli .... ... I 434 P
'F' ... '" work of regulating gambling as an essentially Utddleahorough: Iii, writes: "I have 114 p ... ........I'u Uhl .... 417 PIn
i. ; situation In Constantinople, where In and I" .. ......11..1"rlU..,'.. 130 II
I city problem. l been troubled with I liver complaint ...... Oifflofiviln ... atop 4 >J p leis Itaa
of the of IS4.Pjr.
1"1 ,- i spite necessity our assertingi "Gambling is not simply a game of poor blixxl and have found mailing to 1139 p lI.p chip 11 :.". a'' ........ .I'aytnta. ."I'. slap 4IP14ip 20 .
tz i !:.I ourselves In order to protect the lives chance" said the professor, "for chanceIs benefit me like Herbine. I Istle l neverto lltop lisp :+ p ,.. .... r "rnrr .. .- sal p
1..... I' ... ..t,' ew.mrata. .. 111I1' 'I1-a j Ica.
of American citizens and I fJ3aiiwa p &lUllp
especially'ht'tha : nap .
I have \
be without it.
present In moat business tran ae- 2'4} P ........... .... I i> pIM
;. t. missionaries, our quarters often are tions. Gambling Is not merely the desire had known of it in my hnbiuri life 130. 440 p 324 p 12 U p .......... Tit.I. p I 44 P !Ir 14 a 'N.
':. such as to Invite the contempt of the lime 50c. at Red Crow Pharmscy and : 44 p ....... .. I.Ut.... . I 14 p I >l' .
'- '- for gain;% Is not merely a means 4 tt> p ..... .... Na-kk.irt' i; I .Ii p I
natives, besides being exposed In user of excitement. The constitutional tau (lathe Pharmacy.Tryraw b20 P 414 p 14J p .. &a.L\j, tl .iris !i I'O p I .tp
y of danger from the mob. He also gambler 161 4U pVI SUp ....... ..lauh.I"ot :iji.. |> IJot"I."P
Is the man who desires only gain 164 p / p Ji p .. .... Wfll.mrn. ... |lilt n I :>l p ,Nay p
l .i, thought the salary of the ambassadors at to enable him to m Sntxlttat For Tob rce. p 6J1 p ...........letattan tinWiM a i '
play as a means
t *v abould be raised to $25,00) and that off Professor Starr of the University of a Ji.'I P ....... i M l.urlr .... a I I
.Eortl'kn' .. .... )flip
play again. ills cuplop! 140 p ... \ .. "ft P itap
-c. the other grades In the service prop orj Chicago has been experimenting with eba5 .......TlbUI .. .. IrA a lit P
-It for to
may seem strange me say 701 p .............t..t..n .. .. .... ftU .
.;; tionately.Mr. but.I have members of his clam upon a subntltutefor ... . ''I"P
w as a professor of ethics, Top ..... .... J!'" eels
White introduced his subject by never been able to find a reason that tobacco, a dried plant from Meilco hap ..... .. .MUJkrt. ... i114a '
u ... .....t..t.Fwnd .. so+ a f
l'; urine that same since a It has JP7M II.
years very u1'bk= dispatch. a
1f will permit me to say gambling I I. P .... 1i..tJuptter BtlIIS a 9s25a
?,.: f'mluotmert4.'an journalist in dlt.1' wrong. I hold no brief fur gambling. strange effect upon the eyes of the stop nop lWIp.\r "M'I..I..l\ub .. 'tOKaMM p 54BT
" uatng diplomatic service bad alas ll/Op BfiOpH 13IIp l' 1'ilmlwUmt -.. h sea pSt IMPBufft .
our pro- smoker making him unable to see ""s.
t it ,
. : I do not gamble myoelf. It is argued TOOS clip eY.p i* p r.lin Hi*-C..A H.ta tars ,
Z $" +Iosed a reform which was nothing that gambling I Is because !it I is a hat II going on around him. uttbt'1'f I p 8"1nl..n LtAr .; 112 a I a t-t 9
r-- more' or less than to abolish it altogether wrong iOWp ..... .. .. ... l 1711I. 1 1i p
is harmful about the .Iwtenlal.
: waste. On the contrary, tbt'nIII no destruction nothing lobo p .... ..t IIJlPi a
jj replacing it with special com- .. .. I I tU ,
fOf- of wealth in weed. says Professor Starr. 100 p .. MalUn.Ut .I Ill a p
: "" mariners, who might be selectedwhenever : gambling. 1112 p ...... lilunn' fey .. ... rp
"<.- "Properly done, gambling is not s Uh trop 140 p 7 p . Miami 1.. bbaiI., .' 4" p 1 '

r occasion demanded their dissipation but a recreation. Inttiie i __ -'- -.-.- __
: -
_., ervice and dismissed when they rush of business or in the humdrum of > Hatter Cir on mini 21.5b: 7$ and ::and Bufli h..... ,11." Can un train' ... and .*
:: nonld have accomplished their mla tK>t.r..o Jacksonville and MUwlw I'.rlor Pan Ho 1I.111.e an.'M/ t..I....r. HI AI>j.u_ ..4
i ulon. life gambling! may be just the bat >. !Smyrna" .

stimulant for some men and wumeii. BlameNo
The did not with this
;1<. ftoeltng and emphasized agree the fact that It is charged that gambling Is strictly CONDENSED SCHEDULE BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND 8T. AUGUSTINE
antisocial Observation does not show
.xtcb a revolution in the methods ofgovernment this Intimate friends pier familiesplay. ---- -:III.. tit' w sat-+. 4l n:mm- -: w. ..;. rr-.H '':fi

.**-'. would prove a reform Bridge whist, for instance, is One But Yourselfif s. BUCNb t i I Daily I._14dy fatly nary_ Drily I f.IH. ., .y.'r*.i. I' 'i) I' y falllim DNly tl..,
i si which would be poMibly tragic in its
positively social The winner learn You Don't Get + .. :llIfJI".. Ilut.lnur5'1'areer.rt rig..adrr
" -.t consequences. He argued that In viewof repression of their tdumph. and the Well When Sick. I t.A, )julrmnutietl.rl/t tAuSut.,1vuo.r. ,,1b45arille.: II rr Jill' .!III ,. tl'J '.j ur t .. r. ... ..
tko I'nltwl -
; : the complex Interests jof - -' -
: ; r"' States, which were ever bao-xulnjc more their loser are pleased lose with "theiuelv at -V. hot---;, ;;:taint.,' Sit lefty ..: OJ, i; Nu !ley. 4N t. $tite/1! sa7a'huh .
ability to well. '
All Wt can do U sire Ihle' -I Laity taily .. 1'.11 Iti J II
]: Its and more complex ever demanding! h. s. ,Ia. Sr h 5.a ;
? Of court that' H.r. 7O.t:;:;; .. ;. 'ItII..n.-
+ more and more quick insight! and ".o-A.u.t.. 11JoJ" : & JI"' UI. r
A u..t"ac1h. fire. f
r Put our anise 1* really worth a llttl ...
'* *
''i k' prompt action what we nml abroad is A> j.Cttosltikl IIWA.t 4J.a, 5waei: j II.1JAllljUltr.uw 11",11".7. ,
; To draw the fire wt of s horn. or heala more to you than moat proi-lt'. for -
not agents who may have beu lIe l lct. nIt''uilm.aorlutnN'trssaJeat's..alfar.! will! toI5NU..
Train rompedetelu.i.ear'
F k without IVWittVWitch ciltr to clv you t! <' ftr t Urftir our 0
cut leaving a scar, nx* .
.. hrh "It..aIr. l i.rr
c's' on "r
- ; t ; .*d for the occasion, but men who have Hszel NI,,.. A "r seifc fur pile*. BedU-lne free. if It fails lo hp you t hay ((arb oikratrd ...mot.'a. I

: r tcen trained\ for the work and who- Gel the genuine. J. I. Ticker.divr of We couU not sword to do this ur.W ii Sf. At4tSTtte Ato .. a +. lJ ..
j t l\& experience fits them for prompt and th* lUrmnntHTCentra, Ala writes: "I per medicine wi. pttnL Such an osier: put 1 !, 'Ata.u.. ; l>all, I.siy' 5ikr t' tIt1NI__ Lh Jeyp1t4 -
would ._. __. _
the kind of imiticlne. _
on wrong
uccemful action la behalf of the country have nsM IVWitt's Witch hazel Salve in
! put a merchant frtnre In the f>Qf bouaa.! lap Lv... St. Anrti.ftn" Ar 11110. it- *' 1.. as..Ur. Ar .t. ,
,. If! they rtprwwnt.Matty my family for piles, tot and horn. It a 19 pLv! ... .:'.1 Iaula. ....L.r.V..II: r.. ; a IU.rfcrt Ar'Il'1I .
Mites however
Dr. Nenrlne.
it i ;; example! he said might w.I' i. late bent ""*lv# on the nisrket" Chi as yamcf Af. 11..1 I.. e.L.s r.L' ..I' l.r'.e I.* MM
.' '! by Ii d Crow Pharmacy Eai Gallic Phar-. experience bate proveO U a m &- T"p.U.; L. ( ttr.r '.. ..I.w l uiUria.. It $455arpAr ,
mentioned to show what could be dOMt' .
; .. 64.4 tIICI l. Iran
else curve t1.e aick. ; ( S. vs'1''' Lel7Y.9p-1! r
and ('t.v. F
m Campbell
t>y the right man In the right place at nON wtum It snot tn Ct-ICM .
; the right time, but one relating to than one in ten touar>4-.. prefer to S..Lyt"-- It ir:' .UPOII la4t..a .... II 'rr. 1.. .V t 'I ..JU" aliT ta4tlawy : '* .... 4

; tarries Francis Adams, who was mtn Commsndrr l\>ary'l new Arctic steam refund their mon y.A3 paly''I_. __ Latly I oo,1 ...11.J, ,' .1+.'? _

: liter to Great Britain during the civil rr is named "ItaMwveH It ,**IDI! a w* ask of TM U to try r r. ll:1u' .1110I. 'iSSp-Lr Ja:ii''i' .'Ile \r Ka4i,ip I.") l' .t'.I I. !S..ImyrRar I '
pity tints ve .el with that name, and I3itpglr| | faWo Brarh 1.K.'S7)r H4p.er1.Le IA" H...- _. I'
; the condi- { Restorative: -ftI* for your tom'-tatrt 't4' .
is sufficient to typify ii
F war ileeipuel for tF'f'ntOC1. service. *h .nUl b.. If you uyr! rm s1-r-l"'J1*as. arnoueexhaustion u 4i a 3 ii pJLr AlUatic Nest, Lit 7 Ii .'J IJII. ,. !It., V ** h '' .o*. 4 ity L* I' p
IYr. ec.1r II
lions be name\. n'n 15. 4r May'tt Le 751a;a' y > p trranrrttyJa pb.
iioome to the pronoun >he. d.lZmf' E-adach.. mweuiat -- -!
Adams," be said "wss a veryi) --- twiuhtr.f. mclicctioiy loa of .7. .-i. till : ..raaaf3TtAD

! capable man and a 'very cool man. At j t'ref.r T.--t..... .f .........IA. mttrol'1.a.: atnaiact. V'><,f' Wr..tbWoa ft.h.J e., l1i-'SiO" ,b.t..dJ Sa. {..!!/ 1NWraN.Ka13na'Lv .-...
one time It Is said that during a' troubles. St. Vitu -- -- ---- -
epuepay (. 111......:ik A' I!!!
Pneumonia if too dan; roas s di.. Must Ar Sop sea *
drought In Kansas be was asked toi t Dance etc.. w. wta ro rar.te* to Ucdt lii H"III.\foa.1 I.. I"; p It...> a %r I*!.' f t Lw aPEII'
for anyone to attempt to drictor him rlf a.A' l
travel through the stats In order to reduce : you or refund your cw>n r.
.!,hooCh he may have the prnpt-r rr-mf'- >
&' Its..,temperature' A crisis had dies st hand. A phtMcisn .hoa':"i sJ sr* Tool arc the tl..rtor. AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP COSHECTlOHS AT ii1Aifl #

. $ : come In the relations rf the t'nlt..t'! h caU4'It+ should h.. borne in mind "Iff sea fort, when In his ITth. Tf'tr. SULAR ._. .,
I 4 became aubjrt ta attack of d.pst, --
State* sod Great Britain It looked however that pnmroonU al-.u l !" rl -
n-tII1 ao a rtovji thai wt .''r. rf-mrilf4 II) ;
.i iW P a 0. S. S
, 16w '. .etMI Male st Miaal itk Stua.II *> LoajNq Far
t a much as If a number of additionalcrofwTS (n>ia a o-ld or from an stuck rot th* eHp Uk bin out. of .-boo.l. After several _
rhyilcUa '" fatted tl) rfhev hha. e -
/ nominally! American, but really and that by tiring Charaheriain' Cunrti ;
'v'a save L- 1fw.NrHI; !!* a trUt T n HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
: 'y '., BritKOv were to b. let loose ta prey Remedy the thmtrnrj attA< k o( pnm- moths trutnM\ t -!U> :'Nerrn art .xJASSAU.
moa'A may b' sn1ni odf. This rronf IJ\f'f rJBn rr to r4 our tx, tl) a' fr -tetlth"Silt

} 5fr' tn n our British commerce."The mralster, of foreliini affairs is altl! > need by physicians in the trv.t- )Irybty Co. CUtn.JOHN UJUa g.Co.. WILSON.Ma. Tbne Tie.. Tali.. Not t.e braes .I..e:. bats may !x ee,-'i \II .,.n'' Mt&
Iw t* mint of pneumonia with the Kt rNIt.. :rpm the r.Ural s.i on..tail; itchr un,a, ..r 1"-I".re si eye ::'ne..teL.d Ie alA ..
I at tint time was Cart Ros.eO. a ()r. W J Smith, of Samler*. Aa! whn is FREE Writs u tM .. wta curt ;'tdo a tLe eonair: D4ii nalt.f ft1 a'A. r. Jay hay u' a'J am.a..or aL...p
; ; t&aa wham Cariyle wool hate called yo" a fv. Trial Pa(k.f* of tOLL:
sift! a druixiet. MV nf it "I have fares Of. MJ-,' Anti-Pawl Pau, the _
.W. -' -- -- -- ---- -
I : r'a soJeoftly constituted Impostor, and reline Cbsmbrriaia's. Vmsh I medr and Scl !tlis Rwaedy fro Pair Also 5n-
: Olh.rIef.e.ta.tli.
roe CoproflH. LOCALTIHr.CA"-D or
. as he bad not patented the sailing of prwent 'd it in m? practice f>r the past tom Buck for oar 8prrUli t) dagnro.
.. your else and ten you *bal M wroth THE TICKET AOE.N: ."
e other craiKTS It iJ4 not arm likely six ye* .. I ase U h..caw r-t rneoirxviis ami bow to rift it. A'-"lIttoit Fr.e. "SEE
ray an-1 bate asvs oonen the but malts." I Mdre.s DR. MliKS MKWCAI. CO ,
that b* wonkl pretest tbe amisg of
by 1.1 Cl-ve I't LAII f"ATOiiI :d. gtJsU37. LN'U. J. D. RAHNER. A.SSU C.n'L ralt Agi, ST. UCU TINc.. FLA., .
mutt de -arnacy.w '
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wy ptlod&tes may become' s* movement WHAT: PORTER. MISSED.,
ender cover' of which he social and

poUtkal, reroluttonlsti win push forward Wort11 Set GI... aereatr.ire teat.p. .

,their assault upon the presestt or .. patta.

r att der of Amerkaa Institutions. Already Here are t.-person# more despond-

tfeejr are dlmWnf over the wheels Into cot tban.Doinlnko Detndre, porter Inchief jL1CASTOR1A

II our cooserraUve presidenf wagon, determined at Adam Eager* hotel in New
.1wKy to ride just as far as be is Tort. Dondnko thna explameJ what

eompeUed to carry them'oa-bl way to bad caused a leaden weight to' And 3
; tc.: a'Just solution of this problem. Already lodgment upon hIs heart says t New For Infanta and Children

Io'<"" -, ,' .."" they 'are claiming this wholemoremeot York Herald; He bid been offend a = s
T GOODPOATori their 115.000 diamond brooch'tor 73 cents
a movement. Herein -
"u.o .ANCI PtICESPotash Kea;the embarrassaeot and the peril and had refused fc> boy. ; The Kind You Have .
tiros .....avn d.... talss..6c
J "asr ..___ilatYat....t of the president Bight here too rises flow can a man bear up under such
..... .... that grim menace that no friend of the bard lurk said Dominica This
R 'm.....tla .
m f' ...meI ait. 2iItII Institution of private property anywhere morning I read the story of the man Always Bought

can afford longer to Ignore who got 11,000 for finding Mrs Ward's A\egelaUePrcparaUonttrAs-

The big brained railroad man has broodi. Let me tell you that I had

J It seems to me. his hour of opportunitynow. that brooch In my hand on Saturday I Bears theSignature

Let him Insist mornnlI saw that fellow looking
ttsnOr bf' tbs aM ci iwioitn CMH! that there shall
rf' MM 10 per: cnt. sctasi PM_ be no confiscation of his property or no dawn through the grating to front of .
as* sm snaabi* yicfcU I an son ..
arrangement of control or supervision the Garrick theater. It was not 3 41r

o.r taotnas Aft"L Ut eo.a.r air- that In the tone run win 'amount to o'clock in the morning as be said but ; rpron10
s'F' 10 latlena Scat fm Jar haOBUUNKAL1 confiscation. Behind him on such an about 11. I asked him what be saw SDigtsbon.C&etM-! ,j pjt1C a

$I. lllOW. WORE Issue the. country will be found to and be pointed out a shiny thing In the 5 tI11dAE11 Contain neither: ofhOTNASCOTIC.

; : Mm Yaffe-MNataM Stwrt.srA&M. stand malt under the grating. Oium.Morptiine nor Mineral

;c- .C-. *Sort Brad& But let him recognize, also that in -He asked to SH that no one got It : .

r : the nation there resides the reserve until be got back. 1 watched It for ..

; .. power of supervision and control a him until be returned with a long stlvk. .
power that the nation must exercise I got the soap which he tied to the end ;r llltu..r.1Nt7l.1't1fJfDlJ.

GROSSe ON REBATES In the interest of equal citizenship and of the stick and after be had the shiny /. .

let him Join our president In establishing thing fastened to the soap be drew It Jl.I.A'M .f . ,. a tribunal through which the up carefully to the grating. I put my 4a/ ,, ..d. I B
nation's power can be honestly and at hand under It so be could pick It up In 'rile. t
Chicago Judge's .on Roose.
all times promptly and adequately exercbed his fingers. .

Y' velt's.Railroad Policy. That will brine peace, with "We looked at the thing very closely. i lnr! Use
: Justice. No other peace would last" The man sail "What will you CiTe me

Mr .' -- L'Are for Itt Twenty-flTe cents Is all it U A perfect Remedy for Constipa ,

: / -' UBGES rOKMATIOS OF RATE BOARD Toa E8peed r worth.' I told him. "Cite me 75 cents tion.SoonStou chDiartttaea.

Engaged people should remember that, enough for a good breakfast and It'. \1'olutaCofmllsioltsFa'erisit- For OverThirty

after marriage, many qoarrrli can be yours.* he said. ness and LOSS OF SLUR
*.*!... Rail.., .Me. I. JoU the avoided by lumping tlieir dictions! jn "I saw that the shiny things were ..-

3. Prea/deat I. E.tahllshta. ..... Trl.or rood condition with Electric Billera.S. 'different colors. One was brown, ,another TacSimile Sifnaturcetafx2s
\. Brown of Bennettsvtlle C. -
;, _', ....1-1_. ...,Ie.. Daaaer l'.I.... "For rears my wife tunWeit intensely, says: yellow and the other white. That Years

!ft.: ......... Control Ii Handled from dyspepsia, implicated with a torpid was what made m" think they were i NEW '

lY.) ,: Dplleat.i-Plead. For 6Haal/t1 liver until the kt herttrength and vi.:or glass. I said I guessed I didn't want to

'<,",.. ''. and became mere wreck of her former buy It The man was very angry and i t' cf4
;:, Judge IVter H. Oro scup of Chicago self. Then .he tried electric Bittern said I was very mean to keep a poor

} in coiamenting upon the president's which helped her at once and finally fellow out of a breakfast lIe went
i; :, CASTORiA
made her entirely well. She is now away saying be would show it to his
Lac railroad rate policy at a recent dinner s
strong and ttcalthy. IW Crow Pharmacy ..I&ter.110 lived in Forty-secondstreet.1
ii< ; of the Economic club in Boston said sells and guarantees tlt'nat oOc. a tXACT COPT OrWRAPPCB.

Y:' :-' he saw serious danger In the whole bottle. .
It was thus that Domtnico lost the tWC...t...__ .. M f (IT-
:;i:: ;i"':' question unless it was delicately chance of acquiring the brooch of )j -:- ,:;,.. .:.-.- '::: :

t 0 not only by President' Roosevelt !Xorel Cvrnpact Amamg Rolf Flahters brown canary and white diamonds

_ :' but by the railroad men. The latter One of the most unique and original which Mrs. T Edwin Walof Hirer-
. .. ., ,
-- --- -- - -
, wolf In the -- ---
he said while Insisting that, there fighting organizations west side drive. New York lost while com-
;: has been formed by the stockmen living ing out of the Garrick theater on a recent
l abould be no confiscation of their prop- HODGES & O'HARA
lu what is known as the cave bills nightDominlco's ,
',; .":', erty or fcu( @rvlslon that In the long run Saturday
situated tn the extreme northwestern
region, -
erstwhile friend read a un'v.un IILI'rr FL'..
to. i-/;. would amount to confiscation, should
of South
part Dakota says a newspaper, saw the advertisement of a DEALERS IN' AND MASUFACTUKEIW OF
with In
Join the president establishing
f : Sioux Falls dispatch. The combination
reward and went borne with a 1,000)
% a tribunal through which the nation'spower was made for the purpose of exterminating bank note in his ocket The nut day ,
;t ;:" could be honestly ezerctsed.r the big grry wolves, which for he came to Edcvl's bead barkeeper
; '; Continuing Judge Urosscup! said; some time have been a terror to horses and offered to sell the bill for f><>.
... Fruit and Vegetable Orntoa.EbtinuUs
r .... "Whatever maybe Its legal status, a .
; : > and cattle in that part of the great "I can't get any one to change It," he
;-, : '' >.. policy of, discrimination that gives to cattle range. Each member Is to receive furnished fur cu nplete Bill of Lumber to be delivered at toy point on .:at<'oML
, one set of'persons ta a' community declared. The barkeeper told him to l>e .. ._ ... .
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'' ,'. 25"cents from other member -
> every
: sensible and It In the bank. The
..j: rate that are refused to the bataneehi" for each and 50 cents for put
coyote, fellow departed promising to take
poor John Stetson
.: of that community or to certain communities each gray wolf scalp turned In. As the the ad,It'f>. UniversityDE
.' rates that are refused to other association has a large number of members
: communities is a policy of Injustice, LAND FLA
thy bounty for wolves and coyotes II jr the Tonic liwute. ,
.: unjust both to the persons and rom.I' will be the largest paid in the west
:' '<:' munities discriminated agalnut and The pills thai art an a tonic and tint asa Affiliated With The University of Chicago
Bounties will be paid only to members dranic purge, are VWiti'c Utile Early

unjust to the people of the United of the organization. fiisrrs They rare headache, o..ii<>tipit- COLL';tJi: or LlHF.IUL .\ltT't-Tbe ftlantanJuh' lh._ IIr the l'ui"hltl "t ("'ina( e.
States as an entirety."It .. lion biliouen, rt -. Early Us-r; are :'etauit' grs< rates rncive their decree fr .ia bulb SK-Uin and .Inrtgik.
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t '. la none the less unjust that the m\h.i easy 1,0) takr :and I cal'y to ad-a safe COLLEGE or L'\V-(jraja..cstf this Cuileao are admitted to pmtu taw in Florida
; means used to accomplish the discrimination pill. Mack Hamilton hoU-I) clerk at Valley without fUlUiuation.

::\, \:,.. may have been Indirect Secret For Thin City, N. I) ,MJ: "Two 1 buttles rum! (1tLLtut; or ,..CIUilnA"fl'C'b" iral. (h-ft. r.Jn1rt..l nrtDftrill.bJ )1,1111.1
f" rebates are as unjust as direct differences rite rf chronic! aim-tiratlcn." Sold by Tniniojt rourw l Jing to drgiY4 Kiue new boiMiDg nxttljr equipment ,
'".' la rates. Arrangements by which Red Cr('!s Pharmm-T, Eon (iallie Pharmacy Cl1LLEir.rill'al lfsy.ItsutingtaalliubnmEna B...k.tteptntl.ybrstwetbudt F
}" ,,;: and Char F. r. ml'Lt-Ii. FHrrtive roo,.,.. emu la other D-(rttneubL Large Faulty and ootmumlKitu buUdin,.
the private cars of a particular shipperare .
.Rr.'KU.UIt'AIIIllHraJoltn; ta lIanlfd, Yale I'rluctwslbrnell
--- -' -- prrpaml tnUr )
. hauled at reduction that substantially -
a BabiesFat
"ere that nai.VII, sir, he land...| Mirhigiktt. ('bil'&lO sn ;"\ .' overuirasures the rapltallntt'lt M)U UAL AM) ritACTKK ft( t
in hill country with tare feet and nmtin's IHHtl-1 KioJ tga.1n So ill own baiklini.. S. primary
t w;?' ed by the shipper In .Ui'h cars and arrangements got millions. ''f'ree 'a I.U! he must and OniQinar Schuul in separate KuiUicj. This tkbuul riUlj prepares fublu bttiwttochen .
to divide rates with shippers art t
1i. "s a regular rtutiptJe. -1'liiiadrlphiaInraluable
';' r. who pretend to be operating lade is of great accountto l.dgrr. MT8IO KlltHtL_A f I0,4 }.*. pile organ a dutch piint rjmte huildiug, Urge faculty 1
",:i&0 pendent railroads that tn fact are oolytf' '- --, -- borough 1'I!U..r uludy.
switches lu a ratio not measured bylegitimate a baby ; that is why fur Rh..II..I.w. ART IoCIUHtISl'w " (V..tly rata, tooJcl. et \ i
switch these Sutson bai a faculty *f M |>rofriw>" and io>>troctor They bold dr,rrt fours the t'ni- '
I lave been suffering fur tilt .'t few
:: |
babies are fat. If uNCIof'hka<>rtmuutb. (Vlunbu, t'oirrrsityofI'tunsITi.ia.JJrya
; and all other devices of their kind are your years with; a wifre attack of rllf'ulllatiem HatH Hucknell, I'bivrnity ttf Mu.LiKu. ItrbtiUou and olbtr l'ultfr\nir Tbcr are user \, :
t fi, equally unJust for the Injustice of the is Scott's and found that JUlUrj's Snow 1.1Iiimrni gtuntsio00iubaiidiugssadgnipnruturarlyaquarter milliondufartiedowmtot' aneudew-
.whether It be accomplished directly baby scrawny, was the only thin that pave ms. tatiafaa- rd library nf ere,llftw Volume: Knatifo chapel with natty faniUbiaj, iorludifUm ,ltaiue.1 J .
circumlocution is in the tinn anti tcn'lni to illrrutr tuy {..ill!. wiovlom. 7 oil ptiolisr II flO(1IoW ti... orp"a gyibbuiom with ouiut>IU ap|.ss.We.;
tl'f--:< or by Emulsion is what he March .Mtti, W: John C. IVunun, Kinsman ta tDrltsl athletic firM runoiojc trek tmuUaHtrU. t f .:. i fact that one st of shippers are thus J U. 25c., '*>. and fl.Otlat Red i wiroiuia gulf rowing tad uthr swats< ; ICs..ntl! baildlocs fur win sail wtituto; five .
i j enabled to get their goods Into a market wants. The healthy baby Crow rUriury And Fan Ctliie 1'har- tart laboratories f.r Cbrmiktry, Pbyiitv. Ihctfriuk/, Uioeratof/ Btulufy I.rnl
at cost that competitive shippers Urge mawiitu sod Ihol4; eiertric lit bu, eifrtri* isles, strata heat. cfiirol wtlkt. tbdl
hl a stores as fat what it does marv. road; broad t?r kat*. i|..<4ou(-tupo*. tbrvtbrrjr t&d trteti l Ittcrtry, iuair.l tad lb tlItudellt.
cannot obtain. + .' clabfi; stet lecture awtwe; CbrUtita wd not MCUrUa t tw bio|. The lutAtWa U g
"This Injustice U one that It is the need immediately I'or Ihrr watr beautiful and altbful, tad the eifnw are lowview *
:,.. -: business of our people t* a nation to not '" Mrs. Wiiia'o: ,' Huolhint Syrup hu For csntkgr, *. folders aDd iufurnutiuo, tddrtw the 1'rnkltct,

;, .t, look after for practically It U armed bone and muscle. Fat bet n iwM f>r over iny gears by inllioiw LINCOLN IITLLEY.( A. M., I'h.I)., DeUnd, KU.

, -:1/ Intervention by the railroads of the mother, for their c-hiulrrn ..I'iltt..lh- _. ._, ,
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i' .; .;, nation that In these days of small babies are happy ; they do trig, with lrf t diarw. U t*tl>rfl the

<::'. profits turns the fortune of the eontest. child, ">ftri s the gim, allay!! all: Pin

,.-; If, as some of our courts hats not cry ; they are rich ; cures wind C"li', and i i. the! belt remedy 8RABtQARD
for dtarthoea. It .ill reline the \**.i ;
t held lesser rates under the law as Itt their fat is 1 laid up for litiuffrirr! imirif iutriy N.ldbv diuela *-
the larger
: { stands today may be given to at
, .... < ... in Fiery lute of the .orl '::5: : shippers an unjust thing to the people time of need. They are the f't'nu a l.atte IV 'meand L k hr ..It"t....- J. ....LW.2'..__,..
&ti!''.' of this country U betnk don by the fN. \Vin lo.', S. (- ping rymp"and fIt

, ". law I know the argument on which happy because they are like no.ttl'"r kind -FOIl-

,f''Jf this"Now discrimination, In these 1s days based.of universal comfortable. The fat surrounds Savannah, Columbia Southern Pines, 1 f

aT commerce the rates charged by the rail- CASTOR I '
; .1'
I their little nervesand Richmond Washington Baltimore.
: .. roads U one of the conditions upon ,
:. which individual's busiceas will succeed For Infants lad Children.
: an cushions them. When
: Philadelphia New York
I;;:''- w fall. To a nrtlObitantial ,
; e-/ .\ tent too these rates art conditions auttorUed they are scrawny those Hi m Yea Hats Always Bail J

' by the nation Itself, for the Bears the TIIKFK: ELD.TTHA D.III.V '
:. '-' railroads are the nation's carriers and nerves are hurt at every
1fJ. within the nation's reasonable control Si n4tnre cf
so that any dlffereec In rates penult- ungentle They -- V*

,!I' :.. ted by law even though based on the delight in Scott's Emul SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL. ft
;- bulk of the tonnage handled is a dl 6O YEARS ,

net and effective blow by the nation sion. It is as sweet as EXPERIENCESdenflfic ..JlOl'n.s

Ittelf at the principle that every man
J.i .
} ITU.M.iN t.lI I'M KM
;-si' ':.; whatever his present business sice. wholesome to them.
.eMf' IUD be given equal conditions and I Tie Sr*!.urJ Honda Li ,td i* s *oidtnm! >v) train > ipiMi extiait 4y

Jt. ,goal opportunity. To destroy thatjrtadple sample, of new! tqilproft ti ..n/ntr: I>-ut.a ltrttin,:T,.,tDtw!**(*'", "-uwrxi; .
Is to destroy tom pOU.)a and deal for foe aM Obt fTktkto rr, Or tinf l-lft-rn M nfirl'.r* and Jwk.>nvit:r to NV..
1arkviiWashingtonkart.g't .ioguHine : .' 'Htp m andfrk.nrtlrI"Jpse.. \
.1 t c,' :' farther wawntrat' wealth la fewer Tot MAMI p
..a B. sue Utl tils fktert la CfaiciltCoPTRIGNTs daily: u.cludr'i: sunwarr \
. ._ as font fII a ta..., Is $
liF.' What ts new la the present agtta- tiof Caes
: wrancr at every bet. aw.big ae.cri wsre.kat7 ,
tiess that at its b *d ts the president r..We ys ley -'- _,....-..- .Iw .er u ONLY LINE : Z', _
:::: of the United States; that the people of r..smwwaMr tIftIILI7....'V'..... Na.aana-t. Caewsarsraa a .. 1
..-r-.I.Me. Pwuu.4 Operating Daily! Tlroajb Sw-jx-n fn>m jAck.r>oril! t> New Or .
. .u.
,:.' the United State. regardless: of their Scott 4 Bownt ..... 5t :... A u.. .......
t tstemt ladlTidoally shippem.. nave IIoIb Io rue ti a j

, C CD to kook upon the subject ss a B4 Ckimlttt JbltrkaL For (ill information and i iI er re+r ,r { ttoul And what Is afW tn .1e. IS rest I.,pt write to if .
coacem. 1 ire.tSBt a turaaa.arT OA.a.t.d ..aJy. ...... ttt.tmlut .
,( : :.. .. pnatat afltaUoa, tad fall 9t Asa X.w ** ft_oar__irmvat a. iM y A.O.MACI-OXELL, H. C. OOYf1tO\. Jr..1'' a
I f" :; '.... IW. too ts that from ttt tint s .ossttoa > : pJ SI00AJ last General Pircfcr Agent, Paa

,, 'IJ.,.. .. C prflper retatlimoftttt raQroadatj 1kvggtata ILea! :r !!Jtrt JiCKhOSVILLK, FLA 74&% ;i

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"' | Eezdt+e teems pleased with ,tha new 4.iiD
9ltsuaaalt Fsetyasi..elesa.falt
'-._ ""f.:-{=.."'.-' .et..iairfg;:: cbvcbsCte.Tiiags .

$; ". ...ninaMctrep4.a6elydira'swara', .. sad' down to INDIAN RIVER STATE BANKR
are settling
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their tomiBer qoietnesa.The
.) !Yj., =: .-: + ': trains ceased coming Into>> theM&* s ::o '.-va.Y.
'% -r :" 11I.'m.: \ AatarlaedcplIeoeaee

:--.::.;: ?; "'<<:..,: -' I tion oo Tuesday at midnight ::::::: ::::,09
-';? ".. ; Mr. A. L. Hatch returned from bar Averac l ,,_ sYN&aI
!>'!r w t e1Mat m.4 Rift TRANSACTS A '-
visit -
to on Tuesday. c {
.:"SY. J ?Eg ;"," attsrW....,..... }
", '". .,.Jfi ''.if-Z'''''::' ._... Mr*. J. V Jordan, proprietor of the Bmlll YYYNrairs
'Il" CCJC: A. Hotel Indian River, visited 'TStoaville on
,: 'l, Largest and Oldest .
.."""."':.;:-M.< w' fepetfefcedeet' J. 'D... Walker was is Tuesday. $ l.I ; I.( 1 Bank on the Rirrr. ::

5J: iI ;*"," .ioWflftlfrUajoIiaatweek" > The bet of the teriea of Saturday night :' ',I fqt:1': kt1.;.!ll :. jfflt Exchange Bought and Sold on AH
'- '31n;B. ll'Joaes tiad.darhtera Minces dances was given Saturday eight at the Foreign Goantrie ;

W E4iII aDd 'El1j.. ieiCed with Mri J.It. New RxkWdge. TOOUTEto Patraoafa appreciated. Prompt terrier "
TUattifle bit week and report think of Fire Insurance after you polite treatment and ewy&TW coMUtMtwtta.
f 1t Brows i_U ., Hotel Indian River and The Plaza both _'
house has bttrned. Now U the time to conservative tanking gnated x f ;-
p1eMutr liras. dosed on Saturday last The S"w'J.xk-
insure befunl the fire cometh and your CORKESFOSDENT&Empire a Y. r -
Capt 0. J. Schoomaker has returned' edge,w ill close on the let home Is reduced to ashes. Trust Owapaaj. X. Y, Florid '
fe"lit' where be went to have Bask .t Trust CGm.*.,.Jack*>aviUat'U.TITUSVILLE. x
; w from DeLand, Rev. Henry Kegwln, synodtral DELAY IS DAXGEKOUS
; the X Rat treatment for cancer. He tvr South Florida paid a short FLORIDA.
in most things, bat doubly so. in neglecting ,

thinks it will core. visit to Roekledite Monday, leaving for to insure your home or store. The i. .,_.c", &... __ .. -_ -
'Hiss Blanch Felt did not return to her Orlando Tuesday.Mrs. rate am reasonable. By oUters faults

# 1.0If81D Iowa with her tnotheV, but TVtnaTned G. S. Singleton delightfully enter ,surance.correct your own and insure safety by in- PENNEY & BRANNING,

? with her grandparents, Sir and tained the Palmetto club on Tuesday and I

w k.- it... 0. Cofgta.:* refreshed them with delicious ice cream.It MORGAN A WALTON TITUSVILLE

k ) Mr. J. B.: Bemple has purchased 0>e lot [ was good to be tliere. TnvsvotK, Fr.oruo.i.ROBBS $- t.-

north! of the Mcginnisa'place and expects Mrs, EL LChatfeldreturned(rom X..

x; to erect a nice residence tbereon. The Haven on Monday. She left her lOn-io.

'> s town Is steadily substantially Improve lax, Mr. Dow, on a air road to recovery Fashionable Clothierst

:,V ing. after a third serious operation. & GRAHAM

Hr. A.; Lemmen did not gel started Church services will be resumed Sun i

M last week at chronicled, as too mach work day evening at the chapel which were CO., and Gents' Furnishers.l

2 remained ineorapkted! lie left for Baltimore abandoned for the song n Ct1l.11 are (ha rporaw... Paid wp Capital $: .ooo.oo.)

I Tuesday of this week aud expects cordially invited and welcomed.Mr. "' ... L t

Jx to return in the early &11. and Mrs. Jno. Kendig and their This the company Indian River owns Country landsin The Queen Duality Shoe for ladles Is tar

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moore and family little guest, Guy Freckles, Mon Wed. ,on the St. Lncie River, most stylish and durable iu the world. IB

and mother, Mrs. Kale 1).lOre..m I leave teeday for their home in Philadelphia. at New Bay.River, and on Bie- addition we keep the famous Edwin I'Upp andros.sett
their home in New York Mr. the nyne
on Monday {or Kendig owns Traviljtl'Ove.
: Shoes All high class good to be
tale. )lr. Moore I ia a nephew of Mr. Mrs. G. N. Hatch, of Christmas and PRICES TO SUIT TilE TIM*".
a. found here. Manhattan Shirts K. & W. Collar
A. I. Moore and cousin.of Mis. W. G. daughter EIt'lnorlrrh'ed moet! unexpectedly Send for land list.
Stetson and Knox Hats.ueett .
; Patter* n.dlr. ou Tuesday, much to the surpriseand ,

A. D. Thornpr-oii and daughter, pleasure of her daughter, Virginia.Mr OrrUUAT. ._ --

Hiss Eva, are late arrival, in town and and Mrs. 0. Currier and Mrs. (7s TITUSVILLE ASD MIAMI. Anything and eTerjtbiog else that

will remain a week or two. They a re brother, Mr, S. B. Aldrich, aud sister, . .
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:3 from the sane town as CL J. Root who Mrs. Brown, returned Saturday from acoastwise Capt. Raymond and wife are mooredin 1 men near Jon can bah here
Rs, the winter bis fine grow
spending trip to ;Miami aud they reporta the Eau Gallic river fur a week or ten 1

*; at Bockledge. \trYIldsant time. liays. This comfortable outfit conuats of lUlL OR9C&3 UECW.LT SOUOTB2.FTirQf J .

The people of Cocoa and Merrill are Judge and Mrs. VanDeinan and daughter a cuminodiuua houseboat and launch. .

deeply stirred over the report of the Miss Mildred leave for ** *
on Monday A }jolly dance Tuesday eve at McMillan r 1
death of Mrs.M. Thompson, which occurred their home at Delaware, Ohio Miss hall in honor of some lady guests of Mr.

t in Ohio, where she went to un Mildred will stop at Baltimore, Annapolis and Mrs. G. F. Paddiaon. The room was I SEESCHUYLER

=-A- dergo second operation, which is re- and Washington en route crowded and the evening much enjoyed.Dr. -

q; forted as causing her demise. The peu Hon. G.S. UINl'f' aDd daughter', the U. C. Booth is sewn almost daily on 1 & WILSON =
with Mr.
pie all sympathize Thompson
MUse Maud and Grace and .un-in law
I our harbor with a jolly party of friendson
in his great bereavement. I Mr. G. W. Skelley, are off for a cruise I his fast launch Carlos II. The doctor ABOUT .,.

: Mr. A. A. Taylor Is the happy poast'M- down the coast to Miami, going in Mr. will leave shortly for his borne in Ohio.

cr 01 the \new Gingras flyer and he her Leslie Bennett's launch, the Alice. ? FIRE and LIFEINSURANCE -
It is far the The Messrs. McLain of Pituburg, Pa.. 1
i.aroed it the Eagle. by
Last the hut of .
Sunday evening was now guests of the IWlevue',of Melbourne,
swiftest launch that has ever been on the
,. the pleasant song services which have were in :Eau Gallie Tuesday in their motor
outdistanced bateS
c river It easily every been held in the parlor of the New Rock. launch with a party of la-lies on
at the race on the thud of February and
ledge. These services are a feature of the board.
had time to born. It will be fitted witha hotel to which there has been TITUSVILLE FLORIDAAlabastine
always a
fine cabin and will be a delight toils Dr. Vaughan, Jr., and son, Morton, IJ

L owner, family and friends. 11t'.l1yl't'tjODIe. left for Ogdenaburg N. Y., where Dr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Baker and family Vaughan has a prominent dental business. .
in Cocoa
winter visitors
Among the left on Monday for their home at Aberdeen The doctor will bU>p at St. Augustine en ,_ .___. ___.._.__ .._. __ '< ... 4 ..
Meinttand Mis
this season are Afro M4 after winter
a pleasant spentin route.
t Jesrap, wlio occupying the Scofteld lotklt.'djle. The only drawback was Cupt.1V. J. Cleniaon and the yawl Your Walls l

f &> cottage on Palmetto avenue. This U the illness of Mr. B who had an attack t'Prince pent the fore part of the week .
their first visit to Florida and they think of rheumatism.Hon. at Stuart. Mr. E W. IVan is still with "

that it's beauties and pleasure have not Capt. Cleioaon. The party is having a f
-- J. II. l rbJ'1 new residence U meat enjoyable time. ALABASTINE product exquisitely beautiful drub ..n walk and
half been toll. Mrs. Meints is a niece of
up and under cover and sided up, which v't"lir..1l ri: +y tAt apply mix with rolj water. BtttOT tall III-
' Judge Hammond, aud the ladies come sets off its great sue and excellent Among the noted ladies Mrs.present at Mr Tuesday'sdance I Mains, Flint or Will Pap simply is not a Kal.>n.ine, it is i a unitary, ]
u from the windy city of the lakes.A pro we McXabb Taylor immanent, cement outing, .tot-h hardens on the wall, deetroti/' .
4 Mrs. Booth Dr. Sarah C. 11
portions. It is the largest residence aud o.Jg'uu' di-rawrrrmeatKITenninnever rubbinorscaling. Kalnnulur Bidedwith
Urge congregation greeted Bishop when finished will be the finest Mm. lI& on the hut or cold water IoIUIi rub and w-aj" off, fJ.tOihuj wall*. clothaiddfuniiture J
s Gray and Rev. M. Walker at St. Gabriels Mrs Christian! and Mrs. McMillan.H.S.UKPaBTXBXTOr .
liver in this vicinity. Thi.ycrndain glue, "hie"a)t and uourUbe tk
t church hut Sunday morning. The bishop germs of deadly disuse. For sale byEAST
The New Rockledgu orchestra left Wednwday NNklr W""lter aepon.
Breached an impressive sermon on the *
,benefit and importance of secret prayer. for Sew York. They are a trio IOIICCLTV& COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO..
of fine musicians. The people at large aa .("IUO.J'PIUa. .
The singing WM very fine'rbe direction healers! in Lumber and Builder Material. t
well as the guests have thoroughly enJoyed FLA. McL 2-,. till\
of Miw ivies) of New York. A ... It
their music and hope for their re- Comparative iUUmeot of M lIIpen rea J
service the of-
of the If.
lpt'dal'Mtnre was J. E.WALKKB.: U MACH
turn another season. and raittfal for tht week ndin| Tuesday,
. oratory solo, Jesus o Yfr of My Soul, by Mcb. h. 1905 :'j
MiasSbinn, accompanied by Mist Mildred\ The drowning of Mr. Baldwin. Mrs. 1903 1W4OtTK. ,
Miller, Mr. Moore and daughter Miss MIX. MIX. MIX. Mil.Mch. .
Harruoa. K W 68 K3 70
Edith, in Banana river hut Friday stirred Titusville Fla. 1
' The revival services at M. E. church 83. 78 M !M 7J ,
- the people to profoundest depths and 84 81 M U 74
' i
' were continued over Sunday and the at 2.17 61 83 6*
tendantwarei&knl, notwithstanding expressions of 'JwJIIihyere heard on 3tt. 7'! 71 t.) 71
every side. We ippo xce THE &MR will t7. 7i 61 W 8S DRY GOODS
the stows which held the board every "
"S jj 74 W
full details in
give another column. ;
t right throughout the ae>ek. Rev. Allen TotAl r iiif.!l for the week. 1 W in. ,
rainfall fur the week 1 X
t,. doing an excellent work and has gone If you eat sleep work, feel ins ttrpartarc h.* pins 1

atitintawssytohactithepeoik. The mean, truss and ugly take HoliUTs! fi-p.rtor nio&ll mine Jan lit minot
i tervkeof song each evening was an attractive Rocky Mountain Ten this month. A tonic ..tIihta.. CLOTHING i iGENTS'
" for the eick. There is no remedy eq'ialla H. IV HiBr.1. ,
service and
everybody enpjed Official in Charte.
it. 35 cents, tea or UUvU. ask your
:- : them and they they also enjoyed the druggist. .- -- -,.. .

' N residing elder, Rev 1'aIko'"L! FURNISHINGS
The Gacnoo-PoUock Theatrical Ox
Summer weather daring the week.
struck Cvcuon Tt.ur ,layof last w kInd fail AyefsFor

played to a good house on the reuiaiciLg The Unit is on Ht>dg i>n'& ways brirtgoierhaole1 SHOES 1! '

ri T : ni bu of the w e !k and on Monday ,

. bight, the but night, there was hardly lade Dave Bryan U ac9in in Eau Gal-

, standing rouoi. The onoipany is the he after a long .oj>uru m Miami
hard colds, bronchitis,
.' best that bas been in Ooroa for some Capt. McXabb, of Craig Appiu, l>uutpMed MILLINERY
of all
asthma and
coughs t ;
: .. It goes: to IV>t....... for a two jut a new landing stage on kinds take ),
ditband. you anything
wteks'enjemeatwtiers they the Lau: Uallie river.
Two of the soco painters retnra to COCOA better than Ayer's
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r Vaughan, 8r., site and daughter,
': where they have unwanted with the &f pringvilW X. Y., left on Wednesdayfor CherryPectoral FURNITURE.

town council to paint same appropriatecen their Dtftbern buue. a
k 1\IIII t>r the opera house stage a much
Mr. and Mrs. Smith l\aw 1cJO dena-
needed property and tb UJrr will return burg. X Y., left Tuesday for their homeD :..;::<<: =:=<: =< :. .
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the St. Lawrence river.Mi We want .
Cherry Ask your patronage.Our
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tdh .,eedaed 1 for uft tbting.vUua Mis returned v> Bonaventare on own doctor if this is not so. aim is to please YOU.

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