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:
April 14, 1905


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


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

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

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


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j-YOL.n.V' .. .. TITU8VILLE, ,FLA., FRIDAY APRIL Jolt 190;. NO. 51.i I

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'mmmJUttora. ImS. lOCIl LAcUN1gs MOSDAT, APRIL 17, lt) l3. i Of no di

/ Another step forward io the building Ladies' UD oxfonis made ia blucherstk
& .T laUTMt Vkai An B.,,..... grief ...u.. of Wbt II Oaimg OB IB C.rn.t Eve.t..1 if,. ......., Meet
of the proposed extension of the F, E. C. the well known make of Krippen-
,' a A..wi4 ,.... railway ria the key and inland water.aye sad ......, ritw. iu.. d-irf A Pittman, worth 1.3.00 for $2 29.Lblie l .rtr.)" Ja Brltr. ;f1

Mr. Jack IMmha,, of Cocoa, paid our Easier cards at the Novelty Store. *' patent batter hlacher oxford. Mr. J. Hajxerty left yesterday morning J1 t
to Key West, was taken this morning
lade the latest $U0 U the
\in style, rrg
town, a Tilt Monday on toanew malten when Do walU need cleaning? Alabas- for New York city, w here he expect to 4
Engineer Dtuenbory and party your ular price of this oxford, special f2. 9.ChilJr.n' }
-illr. O. Eo rri chtu' baa bboght the of surveyors and help got away on the tine will do it. See our ad. on page 8. barefoot sandals, all aisea. remain permanently and engage iu business .J

:? Ibficertj building from air.J. B. Walk. F. E. C. laooth tender for the keys, E.ur COAST LrxBCH & SUPPLY Co. $1 25 and f 1 SO is the price of these san J t

1- et to be utilized a* an office room. where they will take up their abode on Weakened syttems need a mature date lAdit, 'special title l thread cents. all over lace hose, Mr. P. A. McMillan tax aaanr, ha i

T :J4r.. Dr E. E. Koilin returned home the houseboat Booefisb, while conducting wholesome, mellow liquor-that's I. W. entirely new patterns, the well known been in this section of the ('Otul'llor the

% :; Saturday ,afternoon from teveWl day' what is known ii''boriog operation ItI Harper Whiskey the kind your grandfather Onyx brand, 73 cents and:$l.OO goods, for part few days, filling appointments the '1

pUiuaat Hay at Ewytoo and 8eabreeze. I Thee* will 4-<>>ntt of work similar to used. Sold by F. A. Loeley end -49 white.rents per pair, colors black, tan or north end of the r county, -4

k. 'CUnw nock grown on high pine land. the drilling of a well, except that the R. L )Iollow.Jr. White China silk, again we will place Mr. and )1,.. Mathiasen and family,

y. Indian Hirer Nonerie, ettaUiebedlSS0, I drill will remove bodily the soil from the Jerome Twichell of Kansas City, on sale a new lot, .white brown, navy of Keyport K. J., are occupying the ;

deed for catalogue, Toledo and Wee hole made and from which i it will be de- who has been at his Waveland! winter blue and black 24 inches wide makes Monroe house for a few weeks before returning
shirt waist
beautiful shirt waists
Palm Beach. tet mined to just what depth pilings, or home since February, stopped off here 49 cents only. Io their home for the \UlIhtt r.

,Judge A. D. Penney 1111 been slightly cylinders, will have to be driven at van. Monday nay good bye to relatives on Babies' white lawn bonnet, verylandsome Call at Titnsvtlle Livery, at rear of
ous places for the support of the trestle his north. styles with pleats and niching Robbing' I law office
ibdiepoeed the pact few dye, baiolft'Olr way for Mjliah rips
A and road work. worth 75 cents *]cial 39 cents.
tracted a bad cold w bile ia the metroj-o- Mrs. Albine Brady celebrated} her 83rd Aleoonels4madeof white lawn, with Leave your orders for hauling, both double

i' lady of the Mate Ian wl'k. The most of the boring, it is said, will birthday Mon lay. There were number three rows of lace insertion and a rosetteof and single.! J. M. 0.ban, proprietor

be conducted for the present at places of her children grand-children and ribbon, worth f 1 25, at a fpecial price Mertrs.
Mrs. Kate Myers ba rented the Bouk- where the company will have to build great of 59't'ot& E. I* Brady A are having .

bight cottage and will run it u a board. draw-bridge, in order that navigationwill grand children present to enjoy the occasion Ladies' ready made night gowns, made some necessary repairs made to the
t?' Itia : with her. 01 of nainsook foundation of tbr0"! "
iof house this tmamer. centrally not be obstructed, and the depth to a goal quality beAutifully building thiswrtk.

located and should command a good pat. which the foundations will have to be Mrs. Judge Jones and daughter Miss trimmed, V or square lltCk. the well : Contractor Hall is in rhargvoi
nutwn Defender l brand worth' |1 50 for
ronage. be the Annie. can>over from DeLand last Fri < the work.A .
Bunk will determined entirely by *3 cents.Ladles'.

Mr. Johu C. Jones .hat recently been depth from which the boring apparatus day and spent the time until )Monday drawer, with hem ditching contract ban been let by the Florida

r making Arne extensive shipments- of brings op soil that it is known wilt furniib home. They are looking forward to the and tucks S inch embroidery ruffle. very East Coavt railway (or a ties U
;, grapefruit from the Klondike grove owned a substantial building bed. time next month hen they return home elaborately 79 cenUAIM -. trimmed, worth Jl 25 for at Stuart. The structure will be fourteen

by himaelf and his father, Judge I This will occupy several weeks,.it is reported for the summer at least. one lot made of a good quality oionedale spans in length and must be completedby J

F. :Minor 8. Jonea.Mra. but it will be the final work before Capt. W. II. Moore of Lantana well hem ditching in clusters ol December It nulls year. tlion.

J. A. Ba'uden and danghfcr, Mite the actual building of the road be known many old timers in Brevard, trucks Merceiixed, worth 50 table cents napkins, for 29, cents worth |1 50 K. B. Uaulenron, of Fort Pierce, I I

t' Lola after spending the winter treason gins. met with a very painful occident last Friday per; dozen for b'J cenU. was in town TUt'tkJa.ud Wednesday \i

here, left Monday for their home in At evening. As he was finishing 'his White be
lots, topping at Daytona and St. Augustine When in need of a nice summer suit work for the day he Ml and broke his *. them spreads are matte 3-ply yarn, topic for discussion, county division
call at Puny & IUAXXI.NU'S, .
both and tilling warranted' not
en route. The Clothiers and Furnishers.FOR leg just above the ankle. lie hopes soon I weighted warp with any suUtance whatever, with many of our citizens.: f.CaJlt. .

S Mra. Henry R. Jones left yesterday fort to be out again. they are worth, nut less than |2 00, special II. B. Shaw, of Jacksonville, V

her home in New Hartford, Conn., after SALE. Mr. K. Poison Paddiwn, Jr., of West 149. paid the county Deal of Brevard a visit *
Also another lot worth $1.50 for 93cents.
a pleasant visit of a few weeks with her Fine dough & Warren chnrch organ,, Palm Beach, a former Tittmille toy has I last Saturday on purely business alfein.i .

daughter, )1,.. W. M. Brown. During extra giving Urge improved size patent tone to qualifying reed, mamifi tutus resigned his position with the East Cnart 1 Embroideries in match eeU, beautiful II r exp,err ts t.' .u..a.... ,_. au i asprctlon of the

,, t her several visits here Mrs. Jones baa cent walnut" case, blow lever or pedals Lumber A Supply Co., and baa fcccepted i designs insertion 1| incites wide, edging houses of refuge along tU rout
e almost like Can be for a lucrative position with the Chicago to match 4 inches wide, worth 'JO cents very
=ZT'k made many friends who are always glad new. bought shortly in bin official capacity .
her return. about one-third iu cost within the next Lumber Coal Co., of St. I/mis. He is a yard, lj.Again
to see have received about a thousand
30 days. a young man of fine business ability and we )Ir. and Mrt. T. A. Robinson, of City
A free entertainment was given at the hDt.1 Rivtk MI-MO Hor&K, yards of new styles nf ginghams, in
Tnusville Fla will make his mark in the world. beautiful designs, guaranteed fast colors Point, have issued unique card to their \
house Wednesday night consisting ,
opera will make beautiful shirt waists and shirtwaist many friends announcing that they will
Dr. Walter
of music on violin and piano and a display Graham formerly ofTitnsville 4.
r suit, aim suitable for children's t.debratet'lr wooden
wedding (I I9U-
of pictures and a talk on drawing. HORTICULTURAL MEETING. now redding at )Miami has so dr0e, I::) cents per yard only.Brillianunt F
I 19mon.\prilI7th then
far recovered from his attack of tuberculosis 40 inches idt in tbe.illbto ,
> The same company gave another entertainment The eighteenth annual meeting of the *, navy
1'; to be able walk blue, white and black, It> rents would be at home from ? to 10 o'cluck.'e extend t
1', last night to which an admix Florida State Horticultural society will be as to two or three
a email prim for this quality, Monday hearty tingralulstionr! and fruit
t km of 25 ceoU was chargnl.I held in Jacksonville, commencing the miles at a stretch and has had no rising only, 5U cents. they may lire to celebrate" their golden

:-.: Mr. Alex N.*r coumenoed work on evening of the 9th of May and continuing, of evening temperature for months pa."'. Liberty Mtin wash ribbon 4 inches wedding.Mr. .

well for the Florida Extract the 10th 11th and 12th; and it is earnestly This sncrewfa outcome of a protracts) wide, guaranteed all .ilk, best quality
: the new flowing hoped that this meeting will t.e the conflict with the most fatal of all diseases! of ribbon made, all colors! worth 35 and K. B..lktrrt.tidd. Anthony, Kinsas .

1 Works on Tuesday. The plant is l largest in the history of the xiety. is especially gratifying to hie many 40 cents a yard. Mondays special "5 l'tI1L who moved to that state about nine
hat down temporarily while the work Dixie mowiuito ban, for double eels,
;\ The Jacksonville board of trade baa !friends not only in old Brevard bn years ago from Georgians, paid his first
> is going on, an effort is being made to recover extended to the society the one of their of course |2.0 would be the right pricefor
i> some of the piping from the old magnificent auditorium in which to told wherever the genial doctor is known. His this bar, at a special price of gi.G0. visit to Florida fine that time this spring,

the meetings and are making numerous accomplishments make him a Mail orders promptly filled on any ofU.t spending wwkor no on the river. Hertill
welL It is eetimated that the new well preparations above
V,> entertain the members in their moet entertaining as well as instructive goods. retains Lie property interests at
will require about ten days or two weeh'Ume. Jrurs KUSK,
usual liberal and
hospitable and
manner. companion and friend Titnsville Fla. Georgiana says this country look like
The transportation comf-anies have tiOUIU him. Tug 1
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made a rate of ont fare, plus 5c. for the
CapC Peter Nelson, of South Tilnsville, round trip, but mf'wloen must have a JUDGE COUCH FATALLY BURNT The largest and beet line of ladies'will shoes receipt of a pleautit call from him Moo-

with his wife and children and Mr. and certificate of membership which is furnished Judge Jag. II. Couch, a lawyer of ad. be found at Penney & Branning's. day afternoon.Mr. .

Mrs. Mathiaaen and some of their family, by the society, to surrender to the
vanced year, from Point IVa. ticket agent before the ticket will be issued MKLUOIKMK.Will .
X. J. returned
from Keyport,
at the reduced rate. So it behooves who recently purchs>ed the f who due a Urge merchandise bu.iru.lrl
cruise down river in the S-ntt "left for Lantana Wednesdayto
from their members to write early for their certifi Williamson place at Micro, was fatally) that thriving Georgia town, returned
visit old frit'ndllt.t'n.
captain's recent purchase-the auxiliary rates, which can be had by sending $100to burned while fighting fire on his |>!are I : home Monday after spending over a

schooner yacht They did not go any the nem-tary, )Ir. E. 0. Painter, Jacksonville Monday. Some bluing almetto fan Mayor C. II. Su-wart went to Mian on month I Titiuvillr. His stay here vas .
Fla. a buaioe-s trip returning home on Weltieday. -
south than Jensen, but had a
fell in his fare and nuTn-ated him beneficial
II bis
; The annual reports of this society are very ) general health
lovely time. A trip to the ocean beach he fell backward into the fire heu which
alone worth more than the f 1 00 chargedfor improved wonderfully daring that

ia on the tapis this week Capt. Nelson membership few as they contain the fighting. There he was found by hies I Mr Mrs.*. L John(;. Moore Grade spent, Mitt:'undy M.l'o.igrnand at Hotel short l *Ia)'. Mr. F. A. Morgan ammi-

and family will not spend this summer in experience of some of the best horticnltimsts and hired al .. nit d bun .
daughter a man out a minute earlt'ln, returning W lt r! nd on t* { M far All Jacksonville, returning .
Tltosvitle, roach to the regret of their and valuable agrirulturirt papers from in the some state of, our including : later unconscious, with his hand grap- evening.Caj't Tome next day.A .

; many friends here. They ex pert to leave scientific men. I npin the burning flames lie was @II) Sam Martin ha the following, delightful dance ws given in the
for Perth Arnboy sometime in the early The is xxl work and off fora fi hingcrji"e snotb.MeT9. .
scviety doing ag< ba>lly burnt that death came to bin relief i}-1111..r' club house l at Indianula
of Jnne.Mrs. needs the support of every one inlerett the J. D. and lieu. Moran and Wednetday night
part nest day.
.. in the development of our state. Instead I Frank Woods, all of I'rnn'ylvania. which was vt'rylarj't'I ly sttetid by the
.. B. R. Wile.'n entertained the Cul of 400 members, it should have 4.000 Jndkt l Crouch was a relative/ Judge psoplr of Merrttti! Island, City IViint (U.
Mr Hinrhlif. with her f-iur intereH-
i tar dab moet pleasantly at her home You can help it by sending Jl.OO to E. U. Cavbart| of lJl'O&t.P! Laving I torn' children and maid, wln hate Isrur.ikn'hnic fiAiand lUxkMz*. Tl- club room was

-. oa Tuesday afternoon. It wa a "Something Painter, Secretary. Jacksonville, Fla. brongbt up M boy! tncvther. The body !j ing : the winter in the SnedektrIrft the corny of jay and happy IH'fI1e from

and the i idea was for *a?! rent north for burial. The decra fu northern
< New" party *" 1 hoow. Turs.ay their I Itjl)111' j 8.10 until as,.it 12.M. TituwiUe orcl'.ee.

:, each member to furnish something new CHURCH NOTES. leaves a idsnd wveral ""fI* and j jFxlra Tlwy have mad.. many friends tra furnithrd the utu-fir, a launch akin/

1 for the occanion, either a pin'of new Palm Sunday 1! f\ if't' in M, Mark diojtl.tpr. j i i in )1.-It"JUfl1t'back. who will {oraJv.tJ.1Itlt'en !. \ I' np rial trips to Circa and return to tuaseytliem

i music a new story, or a new idea, or, indeed church, Oxx. at 11 a. m. '--' 1{ lit It.e club "li"ii<.-.
: white 1t'rrt.'n1A'o1 waist i! l>v Dr. Dd Iliw and "..trr. Mia,, barl'erineau
and the of ... ,
t anything new, ; You are cordially invited lot mert with I'I'i -- -- -- -
- :;'"' ; Fa"t'r Jyt". chick, r. .. .kris, !i i left oo Tue-Uay for their '!lIII'n.
new things were interesting and amusing. n. in the wrvicesof the TitusviHe: F''ap Fr.u.t* for m.i..>. screen and cloth; ..., tome at Monteagie. T,-nn. Their i j I'.nr.n.f '''flfllllt are giving away atlctar
: AU the metuWw present rwiAt- I|: MelUiiirne home ill ROW ci'M- i until...-it 'tstkiag: M.Avu.r. With t\tr7 I
the Ute d. wd that each cods Ei.amI i Iirt-einber. when we hop* to.*. it or ti-i i iUr tKirciiapt a ta kit <>n saur.
a. m. and 7::}) p. m. Sunday .crH>o) at era tamp f""llnk. i
deserved prize so a dainty bunco of let, black and white, Jap-a-lar. by this pleasant! f n.ily. Four of!I
v fresh, sweet violets was rmx-nted W 10 a. m. Hocard B. Hibt..l.f. IVtir.Rev. I :NirniF., IUY ';ooi lfOlI I I .\ > spent the put inter atno-i. SUMMER SCHEDULE. .

elievlVl'' were! served and W F. .Allen of Titwville. wits! (CL1 A. tiardner TI'U4tIIlt, Florida
:I; Mr. and Mm. X. K. Habbani and 1 1I I C)mn.ernnp Tue.4sy the r..g'llu ava
most enjoyable oc- I ___ ____ I
lit a
was _
I aiiogetber in the Methodist church. ... ,
Cocoa ,
; preach: idaanhtrr. MisMatei, fn" Hlof Mr. and ]i met .t'.j'll-) u the F. K: t;. nrlway

* I oext ; nJay. April ItUb, at H a. m. and GIANT STINGRAY.A I i I Mr* E P Branch aftr 'J4'rtdir.rUIt'; i i! went into rtfrtt 4uthtrMti4 H.:'", row
<. !: ....k Hotel Can.-U> tnr.k their drpartore .mu' It Tttu.viik! t'par '
at n. as No :I l at
A com .. Hoe of ger.tlemen's: low cot 7:30 p. m. All are invited to the : 'i but week for the r.vrth. fttop. ,J-:;;)) p. 01 N >. 'r. *t ItLar p. m Sinh.
" hoes, illthaprtaad o.4ort at Penney \l'4 fie Moo>Uv. MVI the l ttird, t.y.
; : AT. Me Warner J. .. ;.: pirg at .rast.Je Inn. (><.lal.! then at Mirxi train.. .V*. 'M, at U' a. u. Sf'.
Bf&1 FUR R.IHQAIX. "m l'rl'paa aa.1iPH. e..or. .
(U "a.fJ
c Lutton f..r a little' fU) ere >; *rrjir2on "S, a? In"> BI.i Itlit grew utirt 16',
;: : > Tsey wrrr funi
1 r' S.US. After .April t we will otter 10 >rnodmilch : opjosite trayold V> their northern r..,me. i iWr ii! hours l-t_*vu the ttl..thl..JOS aryl ....d..
) 'j tOKCassava for Mkall fresh iuht-fiou- drum w lien the mOD- i ,
sincv Jan.
co errand trains at TllatWt11.t .
tackled of !.... tw..,k Mr. fury aftrrresin.
ft. ter one t. KT h'no are jdrati'd tai LAM that iron
crt tl. $: 50 per ll\\J J.t. For rarticoian aJdrei it tlif n"ixifj that the .,.aih.hound .
t ih>l Umn theti trio lit fi-IIC'rnwu I"yf"d Rod.of Srwdt, W Va. who, with
OrlD\.n.I Fla.
If .:. \V. \K..DU. K. W. .lsttiacti, Ornx nd, Ha. r.ijt.t:; trn arn U1 a little earlu-r
man.muth U-6.r iJiry tired It "qt, his irtrrt4UI\Il faatly, has spent w'me .
. } \f[ \ ti>en they wire oiuti.e to bat aboard piea..*n: day in the "*'t inUa )I..a.JUrr. 'lt.n on last 1I0fDIIi.t'estbe ciir, wbath is
j FOR 9ALK. an imp rivrfbrfci f.r t.s. ptaa-. T"r' isD
on amuLt ol iu Lhepropa4 uora& the boot1tlrilll"rr.arnnlOt k
Tty Ur.gbt
-R? Chickens, for killing WM., by R. crate.C..ru1.L. Flat buUooed tnh boat and a fiat l-4nt f! finally drC.J--d to t". it, and brt>cst: i't (, ',.",Tty an>l wiii r>urtiy arnv.loam Vir- t -1 dtauke wits_ in_ tl.eo, _".'lIftJd_.
:"' 1t'1hounw. fla. awrtd bi>&L In grand CU'.!#,. Willsaiic to town, Uniin; it near tbe fort Tl.eEsh ginia .lib bl family to suake Meibouri :
" be uri! cbdp. InqQlrt U Tnl :hat out c.i I n.... aied 12 fet i in troth and crarlyMl tiLt horae Mw M'mta Htoies aad Kr II&_' ( K MITIIuutib snnr.Iam't .

'X #" CU1lKTo i ft &m""tIt wrigh. arrording to a brt.dw' Mr. N-th Ihool -. ar* t.fre. MtaltLuir. fret 1 .tI., .a kinds of brae' .
roll casur run C.& H. t cn4 fivaute eslcur. rut Inpounds. than Z.u) spent tie wis.U-r :n the (;ltJtJe .t,1 wagn stork t.orse et. "l
., the Tilu rilU! Blacksmith'i hocj with her niter, Mr n.*.-. Ithod.s.rA and 11ID J4nni'. tall aid JOn: ILe.I
.ri.t' About SS acres of good hi/h land .
work dne The only exj< ; oalb ,
V .. tH joor I .1. Ii Centiltavdt-its,
bUcUoiilh in town. All work east or ocean: side of the Indian river : ,
.oosd !"i n't: PIKUC.j \ ;" yon M tyrut! G. --- --
". : guaranteed aod pnvapllf an rdedto. a' the Narrows tdearribnia follows: Lot ufl'L.
"s. O'> Work doo cheaper than any.he re in .No. S. sector 35. aL4IO lot No. 3. wceioa J j 1 La'e opened a znwry ire and LdO army:> rwnb white I iesfhoriui are the
:- the town. also tinning, plumbing, and Sri. in township 11 sooth., npye 2) east.jThisUad I a reetaanuti and tcatrding bou metal, rfirin&dow a* the TitwUd! : U e&imptor d beg $tsty lo- Ser.oivar buiidin at the cotta of !< : ttt hr LAi.:" .>L1 !iwri fAr Lit 'Co. i. hereby dusJirJ by mutual roc.April .. &;,
.- : lUacaitsi s2iop Cam' ('ocw sit. rated. ForfBrtLetpanicuUriaiiJreM" Main strut a&d \Vs..hicfV avecoe andtb peas at U a tI vr 15. I, tdsn 3rd, lt 0.
.; And shall I* done: ose.. H 1 ; a .E..1. Low, 'I sot ryt iatroca c Y f tr* r R* r.Mts. WI.Dt.AxD l'(C'LTu Y AUr.'J' -, J. F. YJiur.

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t:1; ; : FLORIDA STAR between" Knroviatkia tad, Oyama was popular veneration for historic: sites

: broken. It Is hard hitting that count aDd pile*. The people lore them and -

': --2:: ta".re4 at the poatoffitr at Tlttuville M in war., mourn over their destruction or neglect. .
n eo&d-claa mall oiattcr,
Hard fighter that be U, :\oJ11s cot:: a Our civil war battlefield are being t

'. Kill tl clean, /tdlt.rsad i bUalt r.P08LHHgKTEEY .
told blooded'monster. When atone by preserved as billowed ground .

r PQIDAY Iioi&i o. himself be indulges in many a g>od cry Their associations are near to us, tad 1
-: = Ira+11"J10Jl..l.loCl rial AXOTM; over the two sons and nephew lost In yet It wouk!" tt" unfair to assnme that 0r

1.1 CL'IfTII'UIC 4IX MOJITOS battle. The true soldier b'Dot above the sentiment evolved by them la the .1

A'erUa1a. ac z.a r. ....... .. tears..ts Shakespeare puts It, he mast: narrow one of self glorification Fort

ur : AppHOatl.ti. feel sorrow "like 'a man" if be la to ilcllccry 1.t..a link between the civil J,

". -bear It like a man." war era and the more distant Revolution. -
It DOlt dearly antler toud that" neither !
It recalls the first conflict of the n .
Tel -+TA* nor It* editor U responsible fork -
: 't.. opitioas expressed He "O o rrw?on of
Jap hedge CoUfal"Ptrbaps
Thi War Game Forty Years Ago.It one cause of the efficiency for Rh unatltm.
There Is
ira well understood by General of the Japanese soldiery is the fact one compensation for the ASUreCur

that brutality of the city landlord who Sor Corn*, Bankaoi,
Grant at the beginning of the none of the mikado's saldierr ,
.5k very marched to the front with "a marshal's raise tbe rent CO cents for each child Galls Bruises. Contracted Mutdts. Lams &4&k, Stiff JoicU {
Appomattox campaign April 1 1S03. 1 born In his tenements and $2 for each Frosted Feet. Bums Scalds etc. }
v. that KoHrt E. Lee would at. baton in his knajnutck. Instead of AN ANTISEPTIC that step Irritation, subdues lofUnjmation. .
case of twins. He may drive the childbearing
4' tempt to raarcb his army from the looking for chances to win tpromotlont'f ,. and drives out Pain Ii
b y .e work at and to do rare stunts as nn advertisetnent couples Into the country and PENETRATES the Ports loosens the Fibrous TUwti,

.abandoned Richmond either to Lyncnborg Petersburg, aboutawet1 of valor the Jap has been attending give the innocents a chance of health promotes a.fret circulation of the Blood givtRg the Hustles }
and usefulness.The aaiuraj
miles to tbe ordinary busicvw of war :
; wet or to Danville BEST UNIMCNT ON EARTH
i i about 100 mile southwest Grant lutructed fare. Special acts of bravery are not
: world's largest diamond recently ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED ;
_ : General Jsheridan. who led the recognized by advancement nor brevetnor
discovered in South Africa. Is nit
reward. Since Napoleon's day CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM 1
mounted column to intercept the retreating t of the crystalline sort voiced as gems.
western armies have been
: hypnotized
e .
Confederates. He apprised
andits real worth cannot determin }
; tf" Sheridan of the fact that Lee bad by the phrase "promoted on the field ed until it U broken up. Mrs. B. A. Simpson, 500 Crsfg St., Knorvfll. t

.ordered rations for hb men to be for gallantry. Tenn., writes: I have been trying the batbtof i

?. hipped to Karavllle. on the Danville The true soldier woks to win laurel **1 hate u-vd ('lnmbt-rliin'ii tom..b Hot Springs. Ark., for sciatic rheumatism, bat I .
far his and and Ijtt-rTaliMs silk rwt-t fall get more relief from lUllaid's Snow Liniment
t company regiment an factory
;: railroad about fifty mile from Peters
than medicine have tried.
any or anything crtr I
rvMilis" Mrs. F L. Phelp Inns-
nays -
: corps. Captured battleflaK and iTJiiare ,
burg. Inclosed find postoffice order for f 1.00. Sctui lap {
l'>n. T.-u. F<>r indi -stio,., biliunPltt'er
Lee emitted es trophies to the orsju ... large bottle by Southern Eipms."
concentrated hU column from and < iMipation tbiwf tablrt+ arr most L 1
4 Petersburg and Richmond at Amelia ration effecting the capture, not ta itdividual extf Hei'l! Fur salt by lied Cross I'liar THREE SIZES: 25c 50c AND $1.00 ,

Court House, a point thirty mile from *. j Whenever B soldier i* engaged mac')'. BE SURE YOU GET THE GENUINE !

Petersburg, Iud there intrenched. lie in doing some brilliant thin; r
his fellows The Uu slau bear refused to budge Ballard Snow Liniment Co.ST. _
expected rations to meet him there are pegging away at commonplace .
affairs to him. Otherwise from Manchuria when the powers' protested S. A.
possibly the Fannrille supplies, but in help LOUIS U. ,
but when the little Jap policeman
= tbU a battle would be like an Iri.; i
was disappointed and attemptedto
fair bbs ( : "Inridlous : shouted, "Move our! he hustledout 1
raise -every man on own ;03 '. ;
food by foratfng on the coun

try. This plan failed, as the laud had distinctions" in armies are nn all right.

r already been stripped of everything I i .._tI are discredited by the best BAllanf's HorehouoJ Syrup.IriitnediHtely SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BT

: and the delay gave Sheridan a .-lauce professional soldiers. To do one's duty relievi! hoarM, rrwjpy RED CR03S PaiMiCT. TITDSTILLS and EAU GiLLIE PHAMiCT. till OiUIC

to respond when called trpou. Is th' con I li, opjireMitii rattling and .
to grt n go il itart on the march west >! rasping
ward.At highest merit a soldier can aspire to. difficult Henry C- :Stearns

i } this Honors belong to all and should beshared drui-pist. 11U1Iihurri* writes, May Southern
time 5 the Confederates
JOfh. It111. "I bate t Hal Railway.
? : *en wiling
all for the fortunate of
by one
were ou the.south side of the Apliotnattax I lard's Iloreli'-niiil cvrup fur two, jt'&rand @

; river the same skle AS that encounter may lie the unfortunate of have lifter had a 'reparation( that ri: 'K"TJ\K: enss. toot,

the next and tire versa. duty given bt'ittr "3Ii fll..tilln. I notice A '
which Sheridan tod' '
upon : was uuvlnj f 1a3t1 ,
TIle mikado awards medals and other that when 1",11,1.,111.. they dmie back lktit'i (lNw.enJarkw.slll.sad rk. zs Ness
head oft the retreat and the infantry f tlr niftre. I can IImltptlrCI lIImt'11i1 it," lhily. !I t_ ),ally hLYy.

columns headed by Central Meade and decoration for especially brave I 25c Srti-. and f I 1M) S-):d Itv !KfdPdaniiaiv Cnll'-i TS5 p';-..... !j j 350"ia Lv JatlxiDfille. Fla.... .. $a U,. Ar. U" a Tk1 It
In following! deeds, the highest of these bean; the and EMI G"IIi.I'J; (ullie. 12 15 a .-... ll .' pI Lv.KrauDib.ja.. ... ....btJ.I"1'. 110 a '' ale p
Urant person were up. ..__ ..I
i r -' Golden Kite. Like the British Victor'scross : IJI.a' -" a."pl I _Ar ('ltA-luUf'. S. I'-------. "So IC,. I.". 'SA _II ill *

;::"" "rum Amelia Court House Lee marthed and the ""'n'b medal of the Fl12oL.-: : ..=. I"6 5* a !_ Ar.-:-kirbmunil._i .. ; --''Va-. "_ ".... ..... ./o. Kv.--. .deal"_' 'n II Ji. ....

tt., to Kanuville, fighting desperately JUST 9S4 j) _.... ..,', 8 45 i .h\\'aAhiu'?. '.-. 4u 1'7i,-. 1.11.I .
: Lejrf! of Honor the Golden Kite! may 112.\ p:. .... III *ia Ar. Baltimore, Hd-.1. .
on the Cth of April. with a loss of i'ouJmt'u ;j K. K Lv.K. I I a It a! 5 p
picked tip the rations and crwsM be won by private and frnral 1 alikeA ; ONE 233 11),1!) np Ar. PhiU.Mj.hia... .1'. HI.,.. I. a') I'' .* p
F the river his rt'lIrfJ holding( ofthe iBfdal of distinction worn by any -:: ..; : .1..1 ____ _"_ S ft.uf
pursuers at the crossing member of a command retests: glory thatwordLsTutt's 5... 33 and 3l-"Sew Yi.rk and Florida F1pltaa" luily IVtllntaa Itaavteg aSI..l'llIll..r -
the whole command. This I" a U-twcru ckwfuvillc .u In criming the Appomattox to the upon ,:.. 29! aul 3< --"Washington and Kli.nJi I.iwit 4." Dally ,'.1.... iVawiBg
north bank Lee showed hi* Intentionto it should l-e and taken away all Invntlve Sleeping. Car l"'twe'' Jrk+..uvill* aid Sew V..rk .

to narnII\>r dual rlvalrj.Naiwleon : t refers to Dr.Tutt' Uver PUll and XiTJto.Haily.- - .- -. --
reach Lyurbburg Instead of Dan- :
.s. .
certain occasion : rhruuah"Thl th. sky." !
on permitted .
Title, and the conclusion U that he MEANSstIHEALTH. .
bop*! to take to the mountains lu that the soldiers of an elite! corps to 1 Sip LV. Jai ku\lU.! : FU .:.-.-..::. ===. .::.:-.=..- Nt tii Ar.- jtto a

L region and await developments. Federal Sick headache1rtlgo ? <5 L : scouts bad kept Grant and Fher- mounted upon the staffs of { \ ? 1 ;M p237pj Ar. A.btville.X.C'.,.__. .-..____... ............__....._.... By. I.v. P
their own I>anners. Bilious? Ar. Jtull'irrin'I. S. C..t By. Lv 'iflo1.
_.; klan potted upon Lee's movement. I[j Insomnia atM pi Ar. KnojVilKTenn........._ ....._... .. ...._...??..... Sa Kf Lv lT 1 a

and when Lee arrived Appomattox A Word For the Girl. 1.NY of these symptoms and many others ti1Ss': rlin.itutati.lihi.t.-. .-..-. _.: :;.-_ _::.:::.:.:.:::_ .<( College .ndicatc Inaction of the +
Court House, about ten mile shirt of LIVES_ -
: President Taylor of Vassar hits back I N.*.29 awl 3O-I.UlhuJfllhuUI,V.owa arid hiutK t b1t-tyfa(&,.. Le t aan J.
: Lynchburg. the Federal cavalry wa. You Need ?t. I.I.UU. daily.No. .

sharply at some of the ..rIU,'* of wo -. ._-_ .. --..---. .- -- .
his front columns of Infantry --- -
on strong -- ,
marrh abreast on the south, andGemral ml'n'1lJ..'.s and college girl: =: H"- 13'' IU.__.. .._......nlll.. .oJ the NurlU .nj r. So II

) Meade, with two Federal plylng sp<><-ilicall.v to a remit attack T utt' sPills -.-- 713 p1; -Lv.-JackjoimUir.:-N. liy::==:-'==:::::-:. A I.feu. Mat .

# corps wat clo e In i>urt>ut! on the *&*l. upon tllhob.'r: lucation of Womt'nby . aujsi!' Ar. iUrou. liy'..--"--.__. .... .__. .. I... li a.It .
I>r. Stanley Hall lYe,Kleut Taylor.addressing 5 :a" a'; Ar. Atlanta, K). lty.-....-. -- .._...._ .. .. Lr :+) K.! .
; "- \Vbeu Grant pressed that Lee surrender <* 'U"i{ CiuiUbuxga: tie. Ity. .. .. .___.. .._._ L.. ir' ,
I' '.' the troops with him at the time- the Vjwsar alumnae,}' : Take No Substitute. 740 JlI2.jjijwiiiiiati:! __tl on-A (:!.'..4-..:iii :::_:._.. :.:-..-_ .' *LTili : fya. _

that Is. the Army of Xortb'rnlr !nl.1 You college woven" are tang o"-t" S4 ; ; to ajraln .< you ww" fifty years ao I- i.1. 10 al( :M_( """*!". __.lliif_Four__k.>ute -7--...... .-L*. i3it1'
-I.l answered that he would not
f consider You told makes . i A-i
are your training you $ pi i.r.t'mcinnpti, IVnu hind.------ Ar. aWa
; ;. that proposition, but would treat unhealthy rand unwum y Now. }'". I 1 -- -_. 710 At.:.i'btrago: __. IVua. .Liu. .__ ... ... ......-. L.. p
. TAf ..10".f )"41 Iud$ .t. : : pal
been watching the health! of the
,._0 -.!. for peace.a eoliexefr : tlutUtnf liaokl nf PiiHilktd. !' 1.S I' Lv. itniitiDati, ('. II A .__ ir' '" a
\* for y arn. and I nerer raw a robustrr.
I . Ar Chi.- .. 4'. II.
:' the healthier : &jC" A Il-Mvtxvn_. .. LvAr. ItIII .
As Grant bad town instructed by heartier lot than these n'I' :: :;;: r
c college girls I RUDDER -. I.T. f'1nt1l.n16ti. ('.II.t U-k1Gb.CenL. ._.. ltaa a
I r. rotary of war not to treat for peace. They do thin,.!!! no on. ought to d al Ar. T..hoIo. f..11 AH.-Mih.Ut. ....--L.. U Id p, .
.-:1: be declined Lee's! offer and ordered hUtroO they come out healthy. Thy don t vi-n HOW TO BOOKS ---2. ai! Ar. IVtroit C..11.\ 1I-llth.\-tJ .. L.. ralN _

dr ". |>s lull position to attack. Lev'istatement wear hat any more. They g9 ikiNnt I OV T per hat< k.t tft1I tuft <> T IIIi"", .. .. ). 3O pj J..lpt'inn..U./ IVOD IJlirt ''____u u 1r 'Ma'
of the conclusion is that httroop. !* without hate, coasting without hats, and I pmtrd h S'u:!. wits ratt'el' 5W aj i Ar _i1tt liurK. 1''IJn.I.It.'I.. ..__.__ . L9. 'II. .
f = -
thy go everyabere" without hats except: Cli"e! j t f'vtrv wa L\k. QHalldrr .
.. f,30p'-L. CicrtBbati.Ar : ... = !
.. Rig .r.h .. ._ A, .e. .
i" were worn down with hunger Into town. Th modern girl weara not t Ol' f"" shorn'.tut If II .1
,' : only the aaruptest, thtnn...t of shirt waists I I how tu nuke it teal HUrrwl} ... ... -845.a = ...(1rulsnd: '. 'i.r&IGr.! .: ....: -=_:::. .___ Lv )1p
'?i ant fatigue and that he could not have bet ahe throws her coat open when U'f U ..-- S 30 P 1.1'.IJIDtnp. S*. liy...... .. ._____ u_...._.. Ar MUaT .._
,; held out above cue day. He said thatbe y> degrees blow *"r'> We ilon't know HOW K'>TO 4vw BUILD> .'uvlx'A RACER. --i.FOR,1 $50.-..f I' It II P, Ar.l.i"Iinitrl.1 I :,... ... ... ...,.. ._ _- _. L. 44 a'. _
> ... .. ..... _.. 73a Ar.'t.l",," +. dot Kf .. ... .
under what Six* made ot. but ebr tanJ it and l *f ( IA.H. f t- t fi-r ft l..j It i- .___ LT NMJr .
had but S.UH) Infantry arms .
E::, ;; Is healthy: and utror.jc HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK :.::: :=_ __ _

, ;; t ;. at Appomattox the morning of April A &... Mat f'* .'*,rtVT *S I* I .c pr avLr a'.wa II .Vo-.Uandll-'Tbe Florida Urait< -T Irpsldcnt Taylor thinks that college! 1 *nu -? .'.. s*. .. ,. ..f..1.- ._._ ,..... C(4h and I'allmtn Sleeping Car.I\oot"ern J.ckytllfl... U..DIIaI&
II rc 9 and about :.(..., cavalry at band. He T{. ,. . ...t -. .Cu'b.t.. .
girls make as good a nhowlr in motherhood -
,r;} r estimated Grant's force at five times j HOW TO BUILD A tUCING SLOOP ;, 1a3 :: X. 13--- ; ::
statUtlcs do .. iletwe..Jatkaoallrl.a.lKan.a.Qly. s.. i e
other II
as women I 111- .i >ft d..rrd -
;. LU own. including In the latter 20.0tunarmed ) m**"'- 4.-i \ \...*' *I. ...J.O Mi.. :r.... I, -- --, ...- --- I
and that the talk about excessive mentality 1 M u > U, I .. .. .. 7 45 p Lv. Jukftuutille Fla. tie, lit.ISZOa . .'.. ._ Ar V ) _
?;: men. .. .. i Ar AtUoU. (la '
S> '- college is .
; : While the situation of the Confederates among women mi !'''''r ..4 I ,'A < ..... .. ...-' .. -- -. 11 O a Ar Rinnioehaoi. Ala. I' u. ty .. ... ?
: seemed hopeless the evening of placed. ("onclu.liD ho said: ..r.I"' M* M ft.. r..I.-i:-.. .wa ._..._ to set! pAr. MemphK Tf-nn. Fri.n. L" : :
.4;." f'b MO* TO BJILO A KMCCMADOUT V 40 a Ar tian f'It'\.".. ..ri...... ,
/ April 8. It was divided by a council of I don't know what is tHo boost kind of 1 tt' ,- .- .- 4.-J .SJEK tt-Ktf _;. -. __ __ -? .*.
!.. '.: officers that P.ti Lee's eavalry and education I n \r ha,* been able to duo I. ..err. w4'w lu ... _. _.. .. \u... Baud H-"Tb non '.lIlJlr..I' I.atly
cover that e".rl mInds wen not able to ..
t f: :'.. Gordon's corps should attempt to breakthrough take the s.tme kind of education a* their ""-... IUo rfaL r.t .M _....,. r+a sr K\rr.i i.t.NT 1'J'u (.41; Itt- l. t:.
bps Sheridan's lice oa the went brother but I do know Ctrl tan task .....-:toAD- J. C. I.r%''. Ulrlct<< nl. KM lt>.| ru, 1t..1. JiH -.tll.., n..
.'-.' about better and larder things than can ; HOW TO BUILD A rltTT, [ OR Bi4AMriC C. ". .\I\T.f M.
W .
" f the and If .. 1 .... .. .II.T"IU. I' 1.
early the morning of Oth. boys. hoC01'I''f>NI4UOl hu narrowrd F. **- ""--vg ***ff ,** Tfcfl lot ft ba;
"OJ successful the troops would tuartb and narrowest t.> oIl""U."Jon.: of fo tba:1 ....... .:'" ..., ...ap].' x' ''-0''rat rc !S. H. H.MAKDWirK.I'.T III;......" MlllU> 4 .. t. A

and bajrtMEl pU>tr, The coi>ce girl UJJM HOW TO BUILD MOCCL YACHT
: rapidly out of the net t) the mountain the natural r.ri. or.iy:! a lU bttetttilaal A '....,ike. 4..*",rr.j.r.I + .f., -. .. :.J. &4., TXXE

' \ ; *. General Locgstreet said that

' ; i.-. several prominent officer t.oun..lroJi. Women's collrgv* are heir to !Ita,. PRICE $1. EACH The Motor

surrender; that be was a krd to t rars and the jui.Uoa of the Ui Vin-1 uf : nteap R LarRLarAarr.leL :

, L and df'-llno d. It train Ji for ': : &+mtd r ta 1.- .t ',4'rta. Gar .( j
the message to < !: j ri* will settle lt Hf after .,,
vM tr W.hrh Ira <" .f.ra. pa
r f. didn't take loot for t>e to discover trial as In other <1.....nmf'nt of hl..ber1 J i

r eo-;, f:. the morning of tb. tnh that the ,;tna c.I -ltktn. 'i THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. :
",.' > Mu...e ST"tIT Htm' TO".. U t A that Motes
: -- f
;-. lion called for surrender. In view of _7d i..... al/.gal t .' ,'".* ''JP F r
} Ux fact that Lee wccupivd six day La A ruble: Relic la 15.aarr. 1&A1 .."" :,,,,,_,,

nuking a forced retreat of *eveatymiles )liinar) ut.vaaty to. bw a.1W -, i. "

and Grant that lecgth of ticIs !oC11tUJ+tat ttf'r "' ...:;Tt.!* la atwSwetit ----

beading lain oS with! a coasted force, Las rviiiitred oil rVrt MI-U. laa l..aatlata I It nUuiU! alum fur Hllcinir) and I

. the campaign either tide was scasvely ry. at llt1t.t't'. iK >>tr. acid tt- o. KiLLTHE COUCHUREjrHEj.UNCS r w .I\ Atrt iigth. 1

Napoleonic: cot eten OyamalcTna l rut i. that ;lr MrtLpiace of TL .- It bi& lt-flt
II of
A'iD ) and it i. i ir
:star !' auelrd: |: .T"uut :j
I Ir p UL gi> ir.r -. i:0 1- : tit-if' it dht'Otlu.. Iii& t trJ4d.
.j:J is Eruct that this .- k
uatryaa &
Bra,"l Are the Tes>4eret. I WITH It i i.lterfett in IJt..I f
nat t-e great lauM "It tar no rains Wing'sNew i-u and workman
It looked as though Nogi bad an easy ..
It ha a hl.tol'1. ant Fort Vlciiearyis ,t W-r llip."
job at Port Artfcur, simply: cleazJcg I >
a hutork lanJznark witb ; K:. r-rthfaj
ap wtat the tavy left betlad. and the a l)4)1it gi.r Discovery 'Y ; reran wttblar.
K now memory The brroU- tlefen.e ut Send furBridgeport rdaIOZUt
; works turned ti) more spertteuar lgOTM. !
t,' -?-: tike Togo and KarvcJ. while tic 1 the poet turned the tx> la the BrttUb OItStl1tptlON Pritt I ----- --- ---
f'Itti caapsga the Atiastic roast Is llil". FOB I OUCH u4 We Jl.CO
): gray haired veteran drtitai away at LDS Fro TriaJ. I :
"- as event wtk-b Francis : Bridgeport Machine &
x the "tapcfaabJ tortresa" Bat wbaNcgt inspire SvollKey : Motor ft. ,
to write atioca1 Surest aid Qoicfcect Cur for
our anttem. all
and !his sea reacted U* hanks
I ..
The oct, way to bate 'TU.:1I' Bridgeport. COli. f'
- of the &a. crytcg, "Male way for us; or xoinrr BACK.
curt our tor.e-l i-s..l i i. to r-f-c1 the ,i
,Crete from Port Artbvr tb. daaelxtftL :
F. N. HITCHCOCK A: CO. rtl1u. TitasTifie, Florida.

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:'.FRIDAY. AmI, II, 1105 THE FLORIDA STAR 3- f ,

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ti MINERAL. DffiBClW.TOW THE SLUMP IN POETRY. : -: ---.. '. j
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,..,.q.. TOW DIKBCTORT. '!..... ,... It .. lute kr E4wax4lUrkfcauB I i ,- 'c-
sad "...ala Miller.
J' 'toQ(,v'nc.DrLE.JWIDa
1"'st Quo Tte Critic for liarcb publish a tft t .
yule, ***** clod *oU cterl .
.1f ;; ; \.1.,1"1 clerk al .traacam Jobs tad Installment of letters from poe-. irto J 0-
"-r ../," ]". *.. Walter..u.. a bare. Ua approached with the1ue.tioa CALIFORNIA .

.i: ii" I. otbw.P. A.Mwj** W. 'u to what baa caused The
lii.- 8. firuaiflf. cMBeiiaea.: The eudlMe
per. f ,. feat fvwiayia. tel montk.cofnmr slump In potry.T Khyoers like doe .
1 ton it' aeetrie do not agree, aaya tXew .u l "-
; !,It': tort rOIL Thus Mr.' Edwin
?r OFFICEB&.D.Pease?. Tttw- ,Markham despite The Man With to* Do you want to live where the climate is mild the year round- '

# c Ey sills,oooftty jvdc*D. L Gulden,.Tlw Hoe," recognize and deplores th, '
:::t : *..,.. ......u.&ttmser. A. A: Stewart slump. "The n'bODh, poetry now where labor is never -oppressed by stress of weather, and where -
'P Ttoarilte clerk dmut: P. A. lie
:'lj,, :r- .' MUfcu. EM ttalBe.tu.-rilE..1h11.; adaya," be says, la attracting; so little animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with cold? -

TteunUe, taI : attention lies both In our people and la }
r..u!*. Uwnitr;J. R.'Waiter..TiuuriUe, vur I.oeU; sine the days of Ptah- Do you want to live In region where the resources ,are more

;-w:t: ."1c.; .>>TUarille tewle&torpiVIk, caaaty iftstraetian amyor;J.J.O.P. liotep, the old Egyptian the people varied than in any other equal area in the world where the divisionof

.....111. have gravitated toward business'more
:i .rille,sherif W a. Norwood,
$? .,..- TlUxTJIU, reiteration officer, than toward beauty" wLkh may be great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm that

wi/i. .-. QOUSTT COXMlS8I05EEg. A.- Cock- very true. But why Ptab-Hotep! Now will assure you a competence ?

.. t : Ilaa"nUmaa chairman; W. R. Walk.r..T- bear the'1' of the Sierra! Mr
?i/f'.r,.; bnille;Jolla B.. Klot;Indian**; JMW C.'li.'c. Joa.juln Miller, to rebuttal And probably Do you want to live where, with a minimum of labor, you can

... Jnea, Qujr; J. Framk BU, White dry.Betfti half the people who smile at his
'.' ar MMUOIU are held.. fir t )Iwide -is words believe them grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit, oranges, lemons,
:.- each mostiu secretly true;
k 'o 'rGip "But b:fk of all rbI I am glad to tw- olives, prunes and almonds, alfalfa and grain, where crops are sure,
: -COUNTY SCHOOl BOASD.-B.; F. I1anttll7.clWraaa.8eb&4'uA.J.Caner. line that America baa outgrown what
_.. : .& fare business is good and capital easily finds profitable investment?
the karntd laureate of gjod ling. Edward
,ball;.J. it.Ontl White C3ty. Regular,.-
f- -:- ton*be held ftrrt Monday ia each moatb.i. call nhv bli'.1 r form of puetry Then go to California, where both health and opportunity await

."" .. aa she has klujs and courts
;;>" -- ------ outgrown

& j MAMMOTH OUTDOOR ZOO. The ",American loves poetry but U your coming.

'{!;.4" '. must be.real. It must be lI:1turalllni!

fJ.i'I.. .preY. ".ft.' Rt..ruea not nasty, pwtry' U clean, coucrvie

ir ;\.;; A"a ......esa. "al. truth. But wbat truth U there in Tar' The Chicago Union Pacific and

1 'i, A .number of mlllioiutirea la Pawn adine Lo.tV A inoiutrous and mervile ,

:til'ideu., Cal, have a unique scheme tor w God. an Idiotic and mouthing devil.In .
: an imi**> ibl! heaven and bell:
Improving the forret reserves of that
:;;1ri- .
There i* more real poetry In a little North-Western Lineis
i eertlon!, ,which It uecriufuUy worked
book by Thomas Bailey Aldrich tLau b
( out may attract the eye of the country
Mlituu. Dante and Homer all put together

,- ">i say a Pasadena correspondent of I repeat, P try Is only a hUjn- the most direct route to the Pacific Coast, and there are two fast

{"''C,.'' i the Loa Angeles Time 'Th projxrt I.Ji er and finer turn of truth; uature- through trains daily via this line, over the famous double-track
: : for the establishment of a "18 me'sane !
T plain coiunion t U-Ile.
< between and the Missouri River. Colonist
.K"kf.3r railway Chicago One-way
: '
be Introduced
:. tuary in which will iLSkelltertre U a little better and a

it -"" wil<) animal from Africa and other deal worse. Not content with making: tickets are on sale daily, March I to May 15 at

Sc.' ; far away countries whose climate correspond a slaughter bous>3 and madhouse of $ the rate of $33.00 from Chicago, with corre

l-p 1." : f .era California.somewhat with. that of aodth the stage dig up be dead must men make and It a make graveyardand rude 3 3 spondingly low rates from all points, give you

: A abort time ago Uaeomber. who Is jest over their bones in his very best an unusual chance to make the trip.

poem. Tola !U not art; It la not decency.
?\ -I; the aoo-ln-Uw of L. \. Harknes the
." These tickets are good on daily and personally conducted
t-; Standard Oil magnate, took ",,'eral of
I in excursions on which a double berth in a Pullman tourist
'. hla friends on a trip of Investigation
i1i > B* t Cough If.cll l.. for Children. from ticketsare
sleeping car Chicago costs only $7.00. Round-trip
t-: the wild that may be populated along
' < t llnea auggested above. Several.of UM When you buy a cough medicine for always on sale from all points at reduced rates via the
small children you want one in which

'i-,, '. .; project party were The quite enterprise enthusiastic bat Ivea orer submitted the- you want can one place that not implicit only relieves confidence.but cures You Chicago & North-Western Union Pacific and '

; the Indefatigable {
,. to T. P. Lnkeua, You want one that is unquestionably ,
;-:}..- "_ forester, who U an agent for the harmless. You want one that in pleasant

> government. Latent may take it up to take. Chamberlain's Couch Keraedy Southern Pacific Railways.w. .

.';: :with Chief Forester Glffooi Plnchot. meets all of these conditions There it

.'i ,Tboe back of the plan say they are nothing so good for the coughs and cold
incident to childhood. It Is alllO a certain
the deal along with the
-0 grilling to start W. B. KNISKCRN.
and for and
.; expenditure of 100.000. or ao if the there preventive is no danger whatever cure from croup..hoopin P.T.M.C. a N..w. Ry.,ChUac,III.PMM .

;!t\'. government will grant them privileges. rough when it is given. It has; been matt fret II my ddrwi. California Iuo Iss, naps aa4 lieU
);-V '. Not only will they atock the mountain used in many epidemics of that disease IN THIS COUPON"a+" DC&nWI& fatuu4 tam ursine

,.. 'within a certain limit with all aorta of with perfect mews For sale by Bed

.r -,!;. 'animals, pheaaant and the like, but Cross Pharmacy. AND MAIL IT TO-DAY.

":-': they will plant thousands of tree at

;,;-:: their own expense and contribute extensively : .o.a at the '..10..
;t. to the maintenance of this When the fob U on the willow and the
bud rvd.
mapl are
}; mammoth private park. When your fret bate grown *o b-avy that swdl
Fred Burnham who is thinking thefli >ou fear lhy'r made of lest

tI-; project over, is a man of long experience When th, fever's In your system and .
'0\1'" laty as the <5ic ". .4
lie a )
with African wa
t And your ever r+ad* answer la a muffed
.,,'_\;. scout In the Boer war and earned -'hat's th! use!' DYSPEPSIA CUREDIGESTS
:-- -:t\ worldwide fame besides recojniltloa byv Tb.n If* tim to hang the kettle and prepare -
the English government for his eerTke for maklr.c soap
lust r* IJ<> the ash fitted hopper on tht Kodol
?; against the Matabel warrior a orchard's 'u nycf*: WHAT YOU EAT i

't,-..: few years ago. Maeomber ba had ex- Then the eawm's full of trouble In this The tl.OO Aqua coralrj 24 times teal*u. .klch **n*hv 10 sofa

.': _; perlenr also in Africa both In war and Mtnlnouthrrn cltrae. ritriif our AT Till utotATOiv or

: ,. .. hunting. The men Interested however, For U u brtnjr"fnJ that makrn awful tlm oinKhlnc." known E. C. D.WITT & COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL

'Ii-...?1. : do Dot Intend to make a hunting For naif I'v the I IG I Crows Pharmacy, Titutrillp; fan Gillie Pharmacy, Kan Gal! *: ChM. F. Campbell!! Melbourne.HCCUSTtRS t
;; .r. ground of the mountains, but rather a PaHow around with do it to cruinW, paper JtMaL
bar of onion seta '.
outdoor .
mammoth aou.i
: : '. Rak and hoe and soil stained garments .
f" and a soul that sorely tress i
; At the prospect of cirrtlon even of tht'mlld..t Rocky Mcuntain Tea Nuggets'
kind. A Bur Xftiicia tjr Bt/ Pwpl! )! l'
makes eort"o'tUsu.ltkt
:' "J't, ..... 'c. Loal. had Trcak And your fiumptof and over blind: you BrUi OoUn Health ash Ss creel Vjw.' : l > .

;';.:. ." OT.m>*U sad Alarm Clacks. Beets and rmdlahts and lettuce. pea and A .FrciftC f'"r C>t\'Itptl', I n..Jn-lr *tion.,. Ll.eash \! I N
iinlwy Troubrf. t impt Fxri-m Impure i
.{k'1:.': A letter from Lieutenant Walter I'oppt.l.seen marigolds brads of and bran.larkspurs for th BI.,1. Bxi Breath Sl-.u-jw1 Bowl. Hrat.cbeand \: I \ r" .J. 1 ,
&rbrht lt'aR.ekyMwnaloTearatab. I f\j 'I '
t Martin of the Sw nJ cavalry iUtJonx I \
L' walk and In between; k r.1rnIo S resta tint Ooiii'< roads by !; I
: ', td 190 miles from Manila, recently rewired These the things, Inseparable from tM ItxuertaP.. C"vpau'tatisnntC:.. \ \ : ( 17 :

I..: by btu St. louts relatives. tells! days that reek with rhyme. 60LCEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLESeeds : r. !fu i !
These the trair dle* that trouble c* In
, / bow bis command enrounten"l Chief "rard mnktn' time \ I \ (
. anal his! band of Ijtorrotw at -PnHlmor Ame-kan. !
_. ,.... \ -. --.... '\!-....:. I '
t Hangar froth from the Louisiana! rur.f" ';j 0. '> ,
: }"t1-"
A Itamiy for Bum I
>llldo. a St. Ix>ubi Ul-.- ; (
chase expoi says 'J I\ ..
": ;1 !
Dr. IVreTi l'aoa. Ill., uitt'f"I have \ ,.' ;o 1 .
patch. ) ,
. ?
"{I'e certainly were *urr rl* Nl at theappearance newt HllllarJ'., :'11.11' Liniment atwarvcnntinend }# ''I j J It} : ; .-
Lieutenant 0 j il to my friends! a 4 I amivnnMcnt \ j.-_.... .... T. It..t.. V-
of the buncU "I "
there >* no totter wade h tl ..,....,. ... ?to.:;.. ... I -
Martin write "We badnt ln I* theTrorU'si .... t'. 1. ,
r' for I"Htlt" TH who live -
a dsndr >* on \i'tJ. "" '
fair an.l had no Wwi bow it farms are enpeially li.l>k> to many area [ ;f'St'f I W yt J. ; \ .\ vA .,.
f1ct i .
11 :
I : .:' would change them. We "I-h..l to dental cnU, burn*, brni- witch heal a" known tj wt.aa they han ; t-"m ( t-
MICscantily dad ip)rrotes wet when Ballard' Liniment laapplic ; \ \
i see the rapidly r.ow frown for balf S mtsry Uxy ; -- A
had frequently met on the trail to B*. ,1. It ii1,,>uld alaaye lie kej-t in the acv. Men UIe teasd5M-Lave..'tra -=:::: ..-c .
. rd ours to prM.ce,tort.Ser _' .
, gull But the+e (plh""s had trunks cslore. : liouM for tx""rr t'f ..m r-'t'r.t\ ::3c tV1c trap t ro ear ethea. I'u.0 : -..e.-': {
er a.1 doss Ha !,..... A. iili4 tF ;
'ne and tau ea
and fl.IW ( .4 Hiannaov .
of Itn- f
ovrrcjats ,
They a1."t) ...1 f. to aJwally.. I I
i 1a11te; ['hanna, bUa ( Jilli. Fla. ; r 'j'
,. mense thlckni' 11ba.I aln"5t er 0. M. FERRY A. CO., y t f. J: ..... f
;" cry 1w3gtnaWe variety of oy and Detroit, Mien. J'.i tij ..a. -" ) i
henry James hat made the mistake of tV" :
I clock in 1'to"In..r wrest So- .. t'.t .
alarm criticisini i the .tnsritsn fnri.hen shei. !. JMtJ..c.. : :: .
! _L:> tt1 to he the favvrtte pie of i t"IICt'ott"o' t., tiahve criticism Birm ",' -. ', ..- -- -. .( ,
*olcltou ... .... .' 1
: : the* lgarrute+ were l\.utlMlJuly ingltam .\.U 'faM. :- \':rX .__ ...... ,,
i about them ..... : \. .. J 1J 1-
! : "They crowdwl around anti told: UI "'." a:0-ems of ,....... '

i .- 4. About St. Laul 'St Louis very fineplac .
IV\Vjtt', Dttle ruriy Ropf1i. the *' '
'.* they 8\1t. 'L >t* of per H '*- hot
I / n>on- little pit! heave tarn ma it' fn>ooe
I .- -- very much t"OIt"* i>? ihftr tvrtt'.n set harm'n-M and pentiectton Colds f

I .- "W* tn-iutml about St hint< d.I .\r.'Lots .. ul.ou the $ieei. and liver. They .

I *..' dugs there. they rrpHod! no iqulfor biijou-rH". anndti.s: [ .

ire : 'Much bIt dutbh: :. teas finch teen, etc They ii<> tn* weaken the Momsch '"
f n.ske fri tck Om It shoaM be borne is clad that
.' bak- s:ape or Jim I L
! ,/ used, al.f prrfermi. Tty nrrngthrn terry cold wrafcec the la=STS lowers s

(=<. aMlt..1. hath.I Odd b. K.Hl Crtw. Plummy and the vitality: and prepare* the

:;"."z'-' '. Ou.... and eh knbring old a'trL tau isai" t'h"f1uQ' I jten, for the t: crt ierietu diraics *- I i ,J
I araon which arc the two ,
.!F ._ Herhine Ukrn very nxirvin brforebrukfitt. ---- ---
:i'- will else you in n>t.u-t brl'lh, A man Avn't like v> /eo to !...! with j rratcst dcstrorrrs of hersaa Uc, t For sale by the
i It if chkVros vet be al.ajf wanL to pacosoaa .a i fit TOO to want l elf d **w. ran* crarthtk

: :. u. bi'-\Ufr.-eo. dvwpeity !. fot'rr 'OI.W1" huh. I I1
'- '-- --
I ; AID. liter and kidney nMrpUsnU It Chamberlain'sCough INDIAN RIVER
Doal ltatu Tr.naa.MIt
: .. hordes ttltMu..l r.J. ('!ri&n' U i
: 'J-" plrxi a. Mr*. D W Smith, tt'h.Itery. i: a l-J habit to bcrro anythic Remedy
' ; Tex write* .\pri1 $r.i, I l1r V "I have but the mi>m thin, Loa can jr..*ibly b)r- I I

I"'.. turd Herb ne at,d cud it trey lcioafor mrdtfi roc i* tpmb-'c. When tick, tare, heavy. MUSIC HOUSE
' c tae won tta rTea! T'M :r ty br iun ,
a 'w_; ::: ront'lk>n an-t tars IIUcbltrlldaes sear! and worn feet by the earns and cures d's-a 0.t
! alt trove r! iwJ..r it. I nn I.t WyCriw I"th.M I.\f dvWPAia. bilinQ.nehe.'Adeeeie preset
silacst Ila
I 1 H ..At,1,1 at: ;hf ..Ct.{ *K&iUr: ictrnva Ji.ootf'j.nk'l1't ; sexnn. TITDSVILLE. FLA.
."'c"ft'Omuwfl. fines th* lan; s a 2JtecrtUocs pea* tht
t Phni."T ana E 11 (;a :} p.-- *4 down an-t hnwj Ater tour !np- e5cfw
a tidy
I :," -stey. Eau t3alii{.>. flA 110m!, but rly f>r rebel to FJertrie fitters I f'Crm4nst (1;rt. g Itacr ct'utt ralta I ,
lirre roll will bud rare ait>i permanent I
tr.ard ,
' .
'f OAS'rOnA.s
forsv... of*H yoor troobWsnd )our

:;; ...... 6ry1 bode wilt nit be burdened by a k-j of Price 25c, Large Size :

:' .. t ft"ct2boL debt diarv-c. At lied Cross Pirt3fj. II 5Ot.J CT.r .
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W. H. Mann It teariug for Holyoke thin Hffi SENATOR CAROLINA
aced at tye lea atTiteaTDla u week.

: i !c +eea.d Jaaa wail totter. Mr. and Mra. Roddtman. leave for New

1igk .. w...... u $.TU4 PaIIUa.... York this week. Recommends Pe-ru-na-Other Prominent

:Pl7BLfSHB)CTZBY FMPAT MOEKDK Mr. and ln.B.F. Treat left for Norfolk Men Testify FloriLtad

'1 sva'4CUrftJOJf.8IM'" AJIJI1:1I; Va., Toesday. .
s 11 can lOa $111110ZT A trip to Lake Waahingtoa is being orft&ized F

Ntsrttatas )Kota ras.lahad.r.eettew. for Saturday next.
*, .. }tats
$ The town election resulted in the nomination !. .

1 It mwt to clearly oadmtoed that ae1\hu of 0. F Paddiwn for mayor. If all
Tat Urn BW it* editor raposaibU tor \
epUtoni etpreated by tJuIT o ea. Q. F Padduon ia building a boathouse ,

for Dr. C. C. Booth. The building U 01 < L5 .. Ibds.TITUSVILLE. .
' + We note that Hon. C. M. Brown of Mr. Paddison's& in the Fan Gallic har <,- x

Samter and Dade coantiet, Hill bolds

At down that lest In the state senate andS bor.The FLORIDA
grounds on the bid'oferJookinc
look for Us vacation
smile at the longing ---- --
.. oar harbor are being improved daily.
by 6enator-Elect Baakina. Brown still t# THE
: This portion of the town ia now the ebon \
aorta while doing buiinesa Miami he ii
a citizen of Ocala

.. The J.Y.. Booth Chadwkk Bros ,

,A bill baa been introdoced in the senate owners, is on Hodgson' ways this week 4 :
at Tallabawc-which to being overhauled for the 'amm r'. busi M RUNS STEADIER
iI propose prohibit STARTS KASIER,
r the shipping of liquor into "dry" neos. % vvji
.t: counties and aa a majority of the coantiet The Turtle, a fine houseboat, owned by !.

in this state are already "dry," it may the Ruddimans of New York ia hauled uses LESS GASOLINE per hr*

tarn oat that this bill will hate considerable out on,the harbor bank for the sauimei I power than any other engine wade.

fOIL aupporU There is aim a propo- months. We continually ll'mof\lluat. thia

feilkHi for a constitutional amendment Moonlight! ailing U indulged in this Commercial site-8 to 300 lane, )weY.peclal .

providing for prohibition. This amendment week by our young people and tome ol( : Light High J>|*ed I It.'I (rem

would require a three.fifth? rote in the older ones are not always missing in 10: to 2.V bone (-our.

I'< each; hoWe and a ratification by the people theee etgoyable outings. } -

of lion. There is con-
at a general .
The 'Rev. Milledge Walker of Mel- Bonj. W. Jerome
.- eiderabte prohibition sentiment in both ,
liourne, will bold services in H. Johns
houses, but whether enough,to make a I STATE 1GCBT,
Episcopal church on Sunday a. m. andp. .
three fifing vote U rather uncertain..L ,
m. All invited. Seats free.

.L General interest is now turned to the Messrs. Volker and Red-tone have completed 1i 1------John White & Co.

f sea. It is believed that the fleets of Admiral a new launch. The trial trip,' A : i LouaSV1LLI. u.

Rojeetvenaky and Admiral Togo which was most satisfactory took place % % I I ir.IdtiAi4IRiI.l.I...

-j; are not far apart and that they may come last week. We welcome the addition to j I ..........

into conflict at a'mcwt any moment Eaa Gallie's fleet of fat! bi"\ats. HON. JOHN J. PATTERSON. I jI, FURS

Should they da aa, the outcome would be Letters from Capt. Culby and party re- i and Hides. .
;- Hon. John J. Patterson, rs-rnitnl .SattKnator from South Carolina, in a I wRr..rr..... L
arrival of the I'inta
of greatest importance. A Russian victory port the \'efl. the I +. f,
letter from ;;-B Che tnut .tr t:t, PhilsdelphlaPa.writes : I
: at sea would nut make for peace in at the mouth of the Illinois ri\"cr. 1'J.V
"As quite a number of friends Fate and using Pcrunj as': .' .
the near future. Russia mould take miles north of Sew Orleans. The Pinta my are \iiitfiiJ..ii".ii."ii".. .."'..i"" ;
a caarrcure whir beneficial results I feel thAt I can sffeiy
U-art and determine to hang on in the failed (rum Ilodg ou'a 'wharf bound for i. i
mend it to those suffering from that dJ orJa."..J. J. Patterson. ti
hope of eventually winning out. On the Macatawa. Mich., this winter.
Commodore! \IJlJn of the U. S. 1 am fully eathflrti that your Peruna : 1 IFS i.
other hand a Japanese victory overt Mrs. Rudditnan '
The friends of Mr. and !
N;t). is an emC'lM'io.u: rcmttly for catarrh b I : : t
Rojetitveneky would BO materially weaken surprised them on :Monday evening and C<>inin( (lore S om"Till... Nicholson: of rand 113.11)of my frieiul hive 114'11: =-
I You are in x...-.fn.n of fo4ftW. i.
the Czar's forces available for far eastern presented at the same time a choice assortment the Unite.states: Xavn> letter from : benefited by its UI t'-" "'. I;. llui.icr ": |
thing do not want allwuI'r ]
you i-
service that even the war party at St. articles which will be useful IV. R Street N'orthxUM, Wunmzton: '11\1.1). I ::; it thruutflt the 4'.U.... .( Till :

: Petersburg might lie brought to see theImpeleanness in their t-nnrner home in the north. Re- 1111'., 53)*\. 1 I] t'rf known men(-f ll:"nlir ini IJ'rnml :: STJIK, and it 1o"1t't. !:
: of the .our iVruna ha twin and Is now '
continuing struggle served 11
fragments were at p. m. Ufiii'c In the nm-d Mates! eiiilort! >c an:lused

furtlter. A jolly party vi/iUnl ocean beach on by fo .JI. :any of niv. friends. and ; reronuneMd Peruna for catarh.aifjuanlan I ::1 [
.. .*< ; a : f'U"* r "-" for .at3ffhtl13t i I IFS
NO SECRET- ABOUT AYERS. Sunday in the sharpie Lizzie. Mrs. Oil I am t''II\'lon..1 .f its (''" I If }"ou J.) not .1 'lh'e pruippt and 1\:1114- I

t.- bert Mrs. Christian, Dr. arah C. Hodg qualiii, and I 11 (o,'ia,:rt,<;y !(!>' nfa.'lory re-ull from the use of IVrniii, .'. --

Usually the most guarded secret al* ut !'!tHl. Miss Perry, Miss McAlister, the mend it to all \" ,. :: -..c: from write at once to fir. Hartinan pin;' a \1 want something that your i,
a "patent medicine" establishment i ie the Mi h isles Florence and r e-ie Hoilgn and that "HlUl' liil\J>. VIi''i: %, full stati'nint f.f jonr ..allt', ami fi will luxint L"'l Kertiw for tt in j.
formula far making its preparation h.' nlea.-w-il to give you his van tI l I.i" ft-4- Tin $nK and yi.ur Mta will
I < i
Me: ors. ChadwKk Clyde, Hodgson, I\J!* O:. Mii'Oik"r w. ,\ C's"taw.3. .
The J. C. Ayer Co., of Lowell Ma**., a I. U ,J vise ;;r3 tlI o. ': be II1J'Ilit-.1
.-' \ lUgan fSiiD|>Hon, Christian and iilbert Ir. 1 .C.CII.r rfY ,1{.:ttt M.nUtrr : .
hjnwever, will, in a short time print the were of the party. They had a fair 'H indgoing to Iiust.'ra':., "i'l ..-' i ....'. 'r.1 (*uu- I A.lilrs Dr. !Urnnn.T J'r-d..... f'trt.U

; formula nsed! i in making their famous aryl and the (rum K..n.i... ; : i r. I:iter iron t' 'ini.u .U1I1t.riur.a, {.... .11"11 [ f ft
coining the plunge in I IF
Sarsaparilla on each bottle. As there ocean was much enjoed.WEATHER it'a.hrneton.1). C v. :11' ''f.\ ..

haa been considerable agitation in some I

z,,. quarters as to the ingredients of some REPORT. EJL BRADY & BRO. .: .\ man If a ,..uti\ \nmr++* ...... h* .
: uurhtb.rwrg.-wlt,MftHom-ry. T.f t
proprietary medicines and their -
injurious SCMSURT roa .vtKcH BY BLV. JAS. H. .ton k 4111it'P U r<| effect upon the human jytein the Ayer WHITE r. 8. WEATHER OBnEKTIK.: GROCERIES HAY GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.We : the right kiixl i/l printing onhtct Ia.. i'

Co., who have nothing to hide, ..iltak.: Highest ternK'ratureon the 20th $>.O; : (|iulit)' uf |pals| r. at niiia. :
condlence lowest the 1ft 51. :: He prirrr. ""n.ln-l an .rdr t.
the public into their by printing temperature on 0
handle produce ill! kimls. We ar.arruls (ur Matra Frrtihsrn V> t drat l uelil-int) H .
their formula Air nuniifoctme upon Mean for the month ;01; average mean ID the abovrlnir( PO-M!* and ftohfit the trade! of all fI iiumtutr Write U. for prices wham '
For 24 rt'arsIIT.8; huheet mean for:4 years ( nandalNir.... xti".j "r nmrMatxin F.I I KK'II\' ,\ 11I:0 TlTt"II\'ILI" Pt. ""lnl I.I.I "Y"I,ua."auu.lunwn.u.,
; each and every bottle, showing c nflushey ISD7, 71 lowest mean for :21? years Is8! ,

that there is nothing t.) Injun-, 343. In Their Treatment Physicians Prescribe This Preparation Because of Its Sterling Worth.
but everything tu improve the Uidy in Rainfall in inihe!, 2 (K>; average for :8
their medicines.IV. tear?. 22).; gnaUH for 28 years IS79, -
Charles H. tnwell: treasurer andgeneral !> ;Pre\aiUngdirectionof 1; l('at for ,: .' wars !,!*wind;., !southeast.umber.f ), L If You Begin Using Ozomulsion, the Great Lung Food, Todax, \' : ; t -ure Begins Today. 1

OI\na"'t'r of the company in a recent \ clear daj. :21; nnmter of

: interview says: "It is a well known fair days, 5; ; number of cloudy days, 5
: fact that the public i M bt-illjlSYlII1Jt'\l! out lumber of days with, rain, 6. Nu'mNrfd
:\js with tiiuniler. ;.
: of hundreds of thousand, even million,
I"l!an-l Home, Merntts! Inland Fla.
of dollars each year, t vane. of wildiy exaggerated ---- ----
and positively untnuhful I totlltetu..h .hl..d gull to Ch.o>Wr!"lD'* Colic.
Cholera unit tliarrhnra Krinrdj for
glaringly .jnplayv-l by the meet Iw..ll'ompl.'DI.ln Cl.itdrn."R'e .
latish outlay of money. The J. C, Avercompany
hair nsr.1 Chamr rlam's, (colic
has nothing to hide. We know
-r hora an.! itarrhneH rented in our fainIv -
our medicines are IPUM!. We simply: tale II f..r """Ni." says Mr!. J. B Cucke, of NEW IDEAS
t the public into our tor fi-lence and frankly Sederland, Texas "We have given ito
tell them just w hat U.ry are getting for all of oar children. We tine used l And Better Methods are the Ikemandsof

j tlinr money. That 14 eti there is aboutI[I thr meilicjrrs for the same jHrpe Today. The World
tint iw\er foond anything to equal Cliamerlain's -
it." < Ifyutiwill nor it ai Jirrte.i of Today Is Progressive, The

PINE GROWERS ENCOURAGED I :It will. alwaticure." For !'aeby! IWi /and Old Ideas and Old Cod
Cn*s i Pharmacy
Methods are obio Liver
r A dispatch! from :Maon to the New
ktc. Cod Liver Oil Food
lurk Fruit and I'rt .dece New, under '
Oil is not new jO Emulsion"ParEi
date of Apnl7th, say: ,

''i .\Jlhe Fruit and Prod tee News rvnurk But OzomuliionIs } -
*-! in its prefer* 'o the Inter of larder [ New. The New eellence"

: Bros in the IM of Manh 25th, time ProduetofToday. = Tb i.ilrtiotiil j t

;; alone will tell whether Ilanire P.rm. ortf. s tti ,4 It is the new method of Scientificaily -= life fivicjcUouoUof'

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;:: their limate of the pinrappV: eituattor, i New In;redicnts that make it '* tzwAhuot,

M far as the eat cua t of Florida is! actrned. *- \ a Perfect Health Food Tonic Glrurmt,

k A careful in!'pctH>n of the yinta and Curative for Coughs, and the

.>ple fields and talk with ;growrr an.i Colds, Influenza Bronchitis Hrpoyhn. I Iif

handlers! of the pines of tin -ciion canuocrt Catarrh, Sore '- p6tks. It

the writer thai IlanW Bros are -- Throat and Lungs, and \
nearer light and it only need* favorable -- rs Lfl Pulmonary LHseases.

..f'6tonJit n' to> confirm their opine ""
ion. .IN INEXiKKIENCKDan 1 Rt'ttI; i .

With a proper amount of nun, that* do a znatseal of harm ithout hi'frtrm 14 1Ynte to -r .Ji
I kl'\ of the pineapple crop is iikeiy to be \ Kixu'.iy ia the han.thng; of JZOalULaiOK CO,M line St. N.T !II.
r'-rnptjon! or the mon powerful drns. Sold by *3 Orautcta.
of goof qoaHI! auJ the tuner promts" u> -
The Qf< t coiirw fir you is U> a,oj-l such
: average aa tarts. as n".tlal. And that I :wax bay l.EDITOR'S l.

there is considerable of it left U an &*- YM'P. linn,

wired fvl. The xreate atoount of dim- If'"". We know dm.r' from .I to Z. Oar

K* age to tiw crop from frog u amocz: the ncrip ioa work is tiuhiv cnrnmrn.tni! i<
wider p EId. Such pines X have thrown i by phyeeian& & .tee.' "" tions abcniuwly. That's one of the reai.n -
.r an apple tux* the frerte are kokhs>g w ell
why you oaght to trade
L and have good it&rdy !Wk.bleh
prom .f good inn. It is eipected t1i'i' \.'
't dealers can count at Itttt ) TITt31 ILLSas NOTE-With a knowledge of the unequalled merits of Oxomahlon, we a si?tit it-
upon ITD.CQ Ingly recommend our readers to send for a Sample Bottle LEST \ OL FORGET, WRITE TODAY
of incbding lower
jj& crates pines, f'* tIt
and Convincing Testimonials of its Marvelous recuperative and curative properties together with aa t
ttt ted the keys. If the weather UparticoUriy "
Artistic little book entitledBYYILLE.. beautifully illustrated in
seven colors asd a M
farorabfe it will
extort' this lo.p
Tbi t. taw.errq twat. e.w b C. TRIAL BOTTLE of Ozomulsion Health-Food-Tonic! will be sent yogi at once absolutely free by ma4. :;f.
aawont. against a ol1"l\OO)
t.-< 10100,000 last IrMQ..j. trop Address your letter or postal card to Ozomulsion Co., 98 Pine Street, New York. t

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.dif .M dr d.J1':3 to the
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null lit D. I.Gu1d80 oooridloo fees eo. do. 110.00

.I The btktwiof biuV were audited and nuo&cc rtMosraa rcxn..P.Brown .

oat SUt* :Wrtk .T; ?suite,PrwfWWl -, I'i ordered paid, at the regular meeting of 1. fwdini j>ri+oatl'S_..... 164.80. ehildren
.. i the board of eoooty conmiauoneit fo ,.
D..tN,... Board adjourned to meet first Mondayin
I the month of April white ia .e.i6n last
Lid ireek chili ,the trill.of the Hoi week: May, 1905, at 8:30 a. m.

: k;, kina CM9 wa in progreii at this plate, j

and Mr. Robert Donegal manager forMr. !I .B.COt'nT Walker a.non-GU,Os.txm...__rcxaW : $ 0.00 SCHOOL BOARD Ja.BTI1fO., Children especially are fond of dainties, ;
for held the .
Hopkint, WM fa attendance u a witDMB ; Regular meeting April on
1t.A.Coaklfag. aaduaileage. 1460
M-2 two tent on Mr. Hopklni' ranch, I J. B. knot.r! r 10.40 3rd insL, foil board present and the housekeeper must look carefully .

about forty aft miles rat of Kledmmi e, II.Co JOOM, M *. ? a.00J.F.BelL Trearorer's report for March was read

containing all bit tools and inning: implement ta ? t460W. and found correct, and redeemed warrants to their food.

*, were Kt oo fire by. incendiarki: i .S.Norwood, rtf Jstrttion offlr._ 1100 cancelled.

and entirely destroyed.Mr. J. P. Brows waiting board...,., *M Petition from atitiseniol Vero was As good cake be made only with '

Donejan aye that bile lie lad Joba 13eaq.Coal lb Trepa.._-_. 13L62 read and laid over until tbe.May meetinf can ,

= not been to the ranch since bi. return, A. D. Penney,salary eo.j dje-...... 25.CO the superintendent to take op the matter also cake is healthful
he bad had airport from ,h'u brother D. L. G uldea,salary Pra. Ally_... SIS with them in the interim. good eggs, so a that -

A.A. fitewart. aexuuDtut.......... 50.00
Ed Ponegan, Dick MeCraeken, Bob A...A. Stewart clerk and auditor.9950 Warrants- Uned oeuundrng this meetinc report._ $19,68321 l329.M f as well as dainty must be raided witha
and Clem Sullivan, whom be left 44 Eep.DeL buei.___ 120

in charg6 of the ranch daring hu absence, ** typewriting notice to 22.0: ?L8 and perfect baking powder.

Which waa as follows: J. P. ..__.,..___.__.... 1.30 Warrauta paid in )la b....__ 1U7 pure

to the KiMiniOMw V'aileyGuetU, Z. A. Kale ............__. 10.00D. Cub OB hand.310.85 ,

i' .about 3 o'clock, the above Darned men, L. Gaolden. legal service Con. Defdtia fund,......._....__ 19,52361 the preparation of the highest qualityof
who. were sleeping in a house about a B. W.._...?....._..._...... 123.00
A.A. Stewart, minutia for publication! 300 The offer of C. H. Hiblw of JoOO: for the
,; hundred ,arcb'rom one of the barn, I f food. It that lightness
Coco & Back. !\tn legal! blank lot and buildin at Rot-kWge is am-pted imparts peculiar -
aroused from their slumber
"' were by a [ Clks. office.: ..._................ 9.30 and the superintendent U instructs to
'-j bright light chining through the window*,. J. E. Walker Co. mdse for jail--._ 10 35 take the neces&ry action in the matter. sweetness and flavor noticed in the .;

'. and battened out to find the barn envel- E. C. L & &Co. mdM. for jail ..... 375 The following assignments were made

;:, od in flame. The fire bad gained each Jas. Pritcbard Son nidae. fur jail.11:5 C ICh'1t finest cake biscuit doughnuts crusts etc. '
>summer : 1
IA headway that it was impossible to save J.-I'. Brown, jailor.................. 30,00 < \
any of the content except a buggy and Is. J.1\ortoo. wood for jaIL..... ... UOOnl. Tropic No. 34, Mrs. Eunice Schofield.Vhite and what is more important renders the
City No. 41, Mi.-s S>phi ,
J. White, for ....__
x. one set of harneet. They also ear the regain jail 1 :SO .
Ftg A. Neilson work c. U. and jail .. 49 M Reams, No 9, Miss Georgia Slater,
: on
k .' flatuetffrom the other barn, which was food wholesome and agreeable to j
:1 J. K. Walker & Co., indue for C. H.. 124 04P. principal; Miss Ella Wigfield, a it tant. young
about a half a mile away, were burning
J.1Ia11 work eoortbooae.91.01
r_ + at the same time. Looking around they Jno. Henry.Sup.oo en Add. to C. U.44.55 33.00 t'riae eo..t. and old.

* discovered fresh tracks leading; from the J. P. Brown janitor...._....1.... 5.00 Tickets on sale daily from Chicago, i
t ; '., .. went of the fire, indicating the direction J. L. Motley, painting courthouse.._ 2C3.M larch Ut to May loth, via the Chicago, Royal UKII\iG Poyt8 c": ,. MW VOlta

"a taken by the firebugs fUr the perpetration E. L. Brady & Bro. rndse, poor farm. fiS 03 Union l'adt1c.ortb.-Wt't'tf'm Line. .- -- -. . -.---
'' of their devilish crime. Red Cna Pharmacy, med for pru.... :..95N jbrreppondingly and low rates conducted from all points IMPORTANT LAW CASE. \! It is not likely the total finally mvveredThe t
.. .. hiily personally excur-
:- Mr. Donegan mated that the barns contained "" poor farm ..'ro PiOM through withont change to Sn demu-rers to the pleas filed in the j w ill b' morMhan twenty per cent

all of Mr. Hopkins' corn bay, Jaa, Prevatt Sapt Co. convicts ant Franciflt'O. I/JH: Anjrele, and Portland, t
i TOn
libel 1 suits of lens Mathen /Cs
'? and velvet bean eeed eight sets of poor farm......................... 45.10 only f" OOforiluublebfrth. Full partirti- 1c 11,010,000 late j o. I A.a
grass J. }(.Ost.o. carriage hire poor farm.. 1000 Ian on application toV.. B Kniskern, of Taw I". Ha and John F. Forbes, of | Btn ti* b. ).L < harness, plows, disc harrows, cultivator!, Jaa Pritcbard 4 Sun, Hwd. poor farm 5 05 1', T. M., a A N. W. Hy., Chi.ago.We Rochester, N" Y., against Mr. and Mrs. ', toaaUrs dta *

- scrapers and a lot of oilier tools and farm E. L. Brady Bro. mdse. poor farm. $9.36 -- ---- J. B. Stetson fur the alleged exhibition of j tI U

ing implements also some chickens! that E. W. Dunn, cook poor farm.. ._ ._ 1200J. Weekly tb r K port.Ft evidence against them will be argued in j

roosted in the barn. In the stables, ... Brown, Ex.veniry fir. et.59: 40 p.a.DXPABTJUJIITOJ' AU&IctLT&a& wEATata ,the United. t&Lt"8rol1rtatJa'oon\'i1Il'on i: ] D 1

which adjoined the barn, two mules were Joe Willis digging gnr.e poor farm.. 2.50J. at aa10.JCr1TYE Monday, April lth, H. Clair; Almma' J L M 0 D l- Ey,

J confined, which in some way managed to E. Walker & to. md e poor farm. '.8.1 *.. Apr 11. 19115. rt'prt'l"t.'nting Lena B. Mat he* and John TITUSVII.LF, F1..\., 1

would have Van balliJfcir. .._____.. Comparative statement of mpertnrr
make their, rockpe, or they Worley, ct 7.50
aDd rainfall for the week "n = C. B. l: biD 1
Oo. coarttteuograpber.5735
been roasted to rash. prilll, 1903 art A lily ileft-ndanu.; There l'a"t"tllUi ilt', !Staining, Finuhing an,l Paler A
Since them d depredations )Ir. Hop. J. P. Brown, waiting ou sit ct18.01) I9C5 1!+i1t will bvMisraesnon that the evidence hanging at the most rwnabU' price
J. M. Walker, erv'g up. cir. kins' Lt.'jlan.Ir Donegan
property says Titusville Electric Ligbt Co., lights 19Wting \I'f. 5. -<0 71 71 lid can l>e taken.i'eT.and IJeconl.I
there has been over $,igt0, ) worth of prt p- r N It M jut- ,-. I;. T.:j iii 777s I'I ----.--- Wort anjvliere on the East Coast
- erty destroyed pn the ranch by these courthuuee------ .. 7. 73 54 The creditors of the defunct Lakeland .
lightsiu Ii.9 rt) w filSI
.. s jrciAlly wlidud. ,A'.t 01. know what
miscreant, and all because Mr. Hopkins i W. S. Norwood, Kef. O.J. dr. cL_.. 5 00 I ". 9. v, 51'J HIftl bunk have received a first payment of Vin want and Art my tttinia on It

dared to f'lICio and improve his own Dura Deianer.hoard jury rig rt_. ... &5 OU ., 11.-10.1 tI 73 r i\t 7H 54 ten percent of the amount uf their claims. 1'rompt atteiithm 'H'n'to all work.

3' property, to the exclusion of other IIt'tr F. B. Wright. Blf.jury cir. rt..... 10.0 TuUJraiufallforthrDeparture W'ffk. ,(1 in

r pie's cattle. I H. Begin allowamv.._...___.... t+.eXS rainfall for the wk, minus ..WOlll
On the tame night the \ dastardly Taylor l.uuu sumcounty envrlopts rainfall siurtJui. Ut minus

committed about two hun 1. com.....-,_-_,_..-......... ZJ.OO rpartur i ht'8.
outrage was : 13 lit:

'. dred panels of Mr. Hopkins' pasture fence I lOW LID II.
: and a fence around a field of corn .'urut, Itistrirt No. 2. -- '

piwaiuably by the same partirtwho set X. M. }'iab. nod woikJno. .........--.. 199.17 ".rlou.Mniuarh trouble Currd. .

M. Frcy, rut work......__.. itl.ft
t- fire to hill barn*. "I was troubled with a di*lrt'!'! in my specially! mrardin/; Fruit UnHI ing, TrudLlnr andit'nfral
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.;. Mr. Ifopkin* i-ame to Kisimnu and IIJ.IkIlihf'll.m..m. WK stomach, ?. ur tomach anal vomiting ( Farming If m. eularnle hr the
: R. !t I..Rllcbf'.w 'A'ork.u__...._ 2200
andean truthfully that Cham
.; set about enUbtUhint: a large raiah in a ..___ .. tliellf wy FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.
A. Pfml, road work .uu... JO.3-I -rain's! Stomaclr IH/li I.ivt-r TaKU-L!
peaceable! law auidmg way, giving m: .
District No. 3. ClIft'(1 m -Mr* T. V. William, l..Itin!'
ploy infill w liomt* later, instead of sending B. W. Miller, Ucp. Sebastian river hurt, Mich.I Thttw tablet! are goaranti'1 PB1CE :2.:. CENTS PKU ANNUM.

away for ht'II'II... has spent thousand bridge ____......_ 900 to cure every caw of stomach ttnn ISSUED os('.; ,\ MONTH. >AMPI.K: COPY FHKK.
u..n tkol
which, ble of tin character. For tale! by .\IIIfU:....',
a of dollars, an enterprise, W, l"a' grubbing roa
if mieiwfut, n*..?" a bile ..ltn'elol'aueltfurthat N. }t. FUb. rut work----------.. 3.0i E. V. BLACKMAN Editor MIAMI FLORIDA.
and has from ,
'a >evU w of country, 4Diatrieto.5..

5 the very to Vimiing; been cubjetlwl to the j )I. F.lint. rut work..._.___...... *.<->

nw t damnable! outrages e\er l rpflraud ; J. II. Baker, hinting: and road work. 10.50 JAS. PRITCHARD & SON, "V\l A..6E: cil. c<>.,

the property uf a 1 law-abiding otiin Bnk of Fart Pien. N 705
'. tl J. 11. LeTourneao, 22.50 TITUSVILLE FLA. ""'', '

.; It in i i4 any to be community.lap+d that the convictions N 1yt03I Staple and Fancy Groceries, l'ro4lluFruit li..,

TnulYiU..ioot.\ Meek will bare darting I w Y. la11.'S 90.00
.' in the i: J. Tnynor iao.7'J.U.CuaU. J tEl; Rf.JULES .7 SVECLILTY.Tltxi ,
effect npon them depredatJun
a I\ibia! sentiment is now tlwronghly -villo FI01-1dl\
= future Fee 4 Stewart 1195: i i

:.,r, aroused, and aII\.ahiHnff!| citi- II. F. Bell .. 27.W

.lens, from whatever Motion of the -rmnty, f! eCLC1.IL I.O.\D sal'U.I Organs. Organs. Organs.

deeply deplore the continued depredations I
I 1)istriet $o. 5. l epalred-lade! to *'und like new Price f">. I'r"p !.. al' r-l when you I"'t"
L ; on Mr. Hopkins' pft'J"l.rty.COUNTY I W. M. Hall ttn!<.ding and potting

I bU on mad........____.._'.. J3.2O a rk for at to .if). A.Mre J M. M. BROCK, COCOA FLORIDA.

.*s' AFFAIRS. (1. R Arnold hell for n>a.i. u5 It

I IK H. 0..81diDt. had and frt oa shell<< Ki W
Mention wasmalt? in THE STAR!"+t ; R. V. DOUGLASS : : ::
I iU.I. l noel work .... 3414) ,
seek that it "s lianlly fir to attempt to I
: ilVB W1EM5 rr*D.
Ir.ts ptoietrd ne* own- '-.alertn! .
form imvincU
T. .\. RflMtJn, pm. wartl tD. .-. 44"0 General Merchandise,
The bA..lot't'n
alD-l tht'ir111. joint
ty a? (t.t.&r', com. on baatpenaiuC. 32M) j
I \11! hit'D and j !:t, for ."
a.tmiUc."I to J. (m*t1. 24*) r oa.t.t1rg of .rerytktni
str; bad tid tu the ; .. lull1 krrtn ROCKLEDOE, FLA.A. .
tian and Q' ot-j I a
.' teba+ ay C. B. S andEr'. (1.' 6 r\t..I... ....n""*: 4nr._. .
-: Y prapoeeddiv'ision. Then word carne from 1 t'has. Cleveland. 4 II)

Senator Hudson that he was Mdlin.t tl>1 i W Iur lIau n."i
\Ve attention
incite to
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change the boanoary loutU of v ll..t14nto Van W(trl"T. 2. 00
: suit the people e\f that prxvinrt. : .\. 1. &ewdrt issuing game lkes... 15.21nsE the follow ius glow |price on our ,

hUlian has qlwilkoot ; ADD rol.rnrl' n n.
It that !
stems .
a popular brands of rooking .ton h SANFORD. FLORIDA.
'f itt rueitwo4) rove eitw.t by a Ur J. p. Brown,rota.oABBcsaad co. ct. 13u

petition which was circal t?d there k I :!l\\I u reward for arrrrtof lit-- Lnown a< the "Trinro" and tht-

SatnnUy the Sth lnstM which petition, nor ellera....?...._..-- l*).u General Hardware.
claimed C'S"im jority of thittfjtered < J,1' Brown, reward for arrest c/tth. 'Q. K. Oueen.

x- it i ern.n ... .. ..._......_ .__...__ 12500
+. voters of the pwinct, stating ;.1.". larinrt'StnH''', : 'i.OH) Doors Sash Blinds. Cement
U divided that ,
that If the county b to Haw'a TfcliT .

,jay desire to b* piaod in the new axin : w. offer tie HsaJfrd Doilan Ew.rd f fuT '.I; M : !J.OHO. Lime. Brick Lath Etc.
; division line w be .located a* use of okt&rrb that e: onvt be cumi ty ,
ty with the llali' fkUnh lore K. Queen Stoirs "* .I I1. M) .
?' a4 i F. J.Ca wrr A Cp, !'rnps'redeia O
Thi*.of couwt Jo notleoUaKnl Ct.aD ,he'i"t i ib. aenig bare known F J Cbeh h ., '-.1) ) AMMUNITION AND FISHING TACKLEPlumbing.
lLAt Sr net fvf the tad 15 ynuv. a4 believe kiD per ,
'- of the first pr tine G ...alty boeonbie ia all beaiaees ttaaesrtuwa .. w N '4'r.1 IfJH Gas and Steam Fittings.
tom, U opposed to dUision pr K It UaaJenUnd 5 and fiaaaoaOy able u carry: oat say ol.p-
ya that the petitionrn ajjainrtdhiaioa tea made by tbeir PIlL .\rtrI'.1 Alsi DnH Vftla a ,Ait, l amtwr and !hlnrir,
W r A Tarn. III u,trat i circular Biting full foreman H'-Jfir.l.
Tm .twr competent \Itnwl. -eant.j alM"Jvb
forattrots: 4
are prrparing Wbolntit Drntgh+tL TeW Ohio Work .Uy alUn the commiu rs on city andnounsy WJLUHJ. KIX545 A )f tarts. particular on application to prorn
Wboteaj DragTM*. Tole is. Ditto.
s orgiaiiation at the capiul ajaiart }!all',Caurrb Core W ukea if1 RAU,. art Florida for the Norcross
aittfoo.aad genre interMinj develop- ': Ug iirrrtly spaa lM Vioo4 sad BJMBU Mr J.\S. PHITCII.\Bn .t; SON, Sole Agent Sooth

t' r' meots will be looked for within the oa tNobi j *fcy c/aJl the draws ayMttt., T Prvt,U:,DoloOia'-:TV. pr(ere.buttle.j Tituxiillr, Kiorida. Hand CnltiTators and Fertiliii&| Drills.
r ; week or IQ Hall Family Ut tie best


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: 3 IL'SSTBAHGE POWER I quently seertained by Dr. Qnackenboa THEBOWELS A. BROS'
that'the women were engaged exactlyas BEST FOR G. SPAULDING &

**53? the girl had described..

V Hypnotic Influence She PUi,trfU* T. '..'". Base Ball and Sporting! Goods
tiros lens to""tar,'u.'tJI--.t aJI.oftJl.1' .
Gave Odd "Exhibition.FESCSIBED The French telephone service recently ) y..h1.W k. x. r rear
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accorded to the public one of those .WtiI aA4 be s.n. t. .ia t"sksp..1nudestparst.erpill
)01h <" *1'011" TkBoettMi. .
little amenities of dvittation which .aims.rnoti ftrttti*.r of aMEUc

x;. ( BOOK SHE 5IYIE SAW might with throughout obvious the advantage world. In be every extended ta.losie tew CATHARTIC*.4 ciu to to massCANCY The H. & W. B. DREW CO.,

? will henceforward
public once there <

4i: 1} Dtt Q.Mkeab.., at Wk..., Iaew be bung a whit linen handkerchief Jacksonville,

T.rk, tie aaaee Waa Bid, treated with a cbemleal solution with

:% ,Drda.e. Aau F.rlwaager, a Ger. I: which every person tube an before cleanse using.and Distributors for the State of Florida. .
disinfect the plate or
eaaa $ ma*. Will ees.e ikUrs4L
These handkerchiefs are renewed dally. .
;f Ctairrvyaat How She PerfersrN I The trade supplied at manufarturers' k>_et price.
Other WM *rt l Feata. Retail orders and club outfits receive careful aUci.tion..
Feel tired, no appetite, cannot sleep: r Send for catalogue.
At the New tort borne of Dr. Joan work of eat? That's spring tiredness and EAT 'Ell LIKE CANDY
,will disappear at once if ""0 take lioliiaUrs PlMMat. Palal.tlt., PoUet. Tut Good Do _._ _. ,, --.,.
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well Good Miner -- ------ -
D. Quackenbo, A known'spedala Kick** WMha rOrip: 1*,U M4<
Eorky Moaotain Tea this month. M MBM per boa W ritt for(14 tut eta,ad bo6k.
1. lilt In hypnotism a curious seance wa*
35 tablets. Ask drug- lit*a MaltL Addrtu uitt
cents, tea or your
given the other ntr4t before a score of diet. 1 .tiM .....Cwt close sr MM Tort. .. ,

? on and women, friends of the doc-
: : tM' family, and a reporter for the "THE CRISIS." I MANUFAcTuRER !'
1. 14ete York UeraJd.. .

:. Tie aeaoc wan to test the powers oft ,A_ Appeal !. l-a Spirit ef RsUsfcy Evidently the "new woman" is Dot ..

t' 7000 German clrl Anna Fortwan- George Meredith. above wearing "overalls" of some kindor
a the doctor belieres I Is destined George Meredith the English poet
*er, ,wbo.. and \
shape also the leather
; Than other house
to become a skilled clairvoyant. contributes to the London Times a to any

Anna U about eighteen years old. poem entitled "The Crisisbeginning! : other badges of horny handed toIL the \Vorld for first class,
According to thenart" several I
She left her borne la Germany on ao9ont Spirit of Ruasirnow ha come report best
of an(unfortunate love affair The day when thou cant not be dumb. thousand women in this country in 41:1cifor: grade, quality

tout six mouths ago and became a After eloquently painting the perils trade} such a< carpenter, masons. Sold cither ready

errant for a family New York. Fbesraffered I surrounding the empire! the poet thus plasterer, plumber, bla<'k"miths ma. use or in paste form

c greatly from nostalgia and addresses the spirit of Rusla: chiuiits. engineers and firemen tanners to be thinned down.

tame under,the care of a member of I Those who bind and brlckmakers. Many of these

i the family pf Gustar A. Gayer, who LiP Thy limb And Iroucap fifth misdoubt toilers are immigrants who were JLu Buy from the only
= ar friend.of Dr. Quackenbos and Interested i That thou art of the rabble rout paint manufacturing: house
} a I| Which tric s'and flees with whimpering ip: brought up to mechanical trades but ,
s In hypnotism She was cured by : From reckteHs and brutal whip. the
I" gun our industrial trade schools are cou- in country selling
trim of nostalgia and is now entirely But who ha at heart the deed
k OPtented In her new borne and has no Of thy heroic offspring read stautly interesting native women in 5M4BUY direct from mills to user.
r; In them a soul not given to shrink railings heretofore monopolized by
with to leave It. Under hypnotic Iu3urnces brink. All other Paint makers
: From peril on the aby**
.. she developed strange powers. I I The puem concludes: men. depend on dealers for the sale of their paints.
'The other night for the first time her j j
Give to thy lOllS a breathing breast That means and that
powers were pet to the test before an one heavy expense one profit
And him resembling In his sight.
-,-. .* .; assemblage of stranger Say to thy bond "Let there be light." we cut out of our business.We .

Rbe ia a good type of the healthy Gerraa Headache sell direct to the man: that uses paint.

peaaant and evidently had the A Tried. True Friend.
peasant's awe for the splendors of You may think that you can do as well ai we could
One Mine Cough Cure contains not anatom
r erenlng dress to which she was newly of any harmful dnu, and it has Can be Cured with do for you, if you should try to buy a certain brand of

introduced. After she had been thrown l been curing roughs, colds, croup and Dr. Miles' Anti- paint that you thought well of direct from the manu
Jnto tbe:bypnotic stage by Mr.. Gayer, whooping cuuvh so Ionic that it has proved
''. Dr. Quark rabo* fare her a dose of"uburr to be a tried and true friend to the Pain Pills.If facturer. But you would make a mistake. "

r :\, powders well known for many who ue it. Mrs Gertrude Fen- The manufacturer might take and sell I
aesubl your money
Marion Ind "Conzhinir and year nerves '('t to disturb
ner, ,
.i their extreme bitterness of taste, which Bay
v, *tie swallowed with apparent! relish. straining so weakened me that 1 run anew such as Headaches. Neuralgia. you the paint, but he would take care to charge you as :
down weight from 1111 to 9'! pounds. Backache Rbeunutwm. Menstrual much for the if !
At the next experiment: she- was gtvn After trying to a number of remedies to no Pains, Sleeplessness, etc., their jarring paint as you bought it from a dealer II le

>* an onion and told that It was a bit avail One Minute Cough Cure entirely and jangling can be quickly ended witha would put on that extra profit to "protect the dealer". ".

of candy! ){r. Gayer explained that cured tun." Sold by KM Cross Phar- Dr. Miles' AntiPain1111.. We have no salesmen or to increase the cost j
Anna bad always expressed a great macy and Eau Gallie'Pharlllal'Y. Dr. Mile' Anti-Pain Piiia are pleasant agents
loathing for that vegetable. She ate little pink tablets, which do not act of our paints to the consumer. I

the 0 first small pieces readily enough. Speed Wolf For rreildeBtlal Chase. on the bowels nor do they habit-fann hate anydisagreeable We quote to the man that uses the paint the

One of the women who stood close to A notorious black wolf that has baffled weakening or and hest I
lag effect on the syitvra price reserving no margin to protect agents.
her asked If It not bitter. There'upon
were and ha
all efforts at capture probbly latest
They are the result of the clcnUflc .
she gagged slightly -swallowingthe been chased more miles In the last knowledge on the subject of Pain \V e pay freight.We ,1

lut and largest piece. Mr. Gayer three years than any other wolf in Ok and bring relief gafdy and quickly to gladly advise our customers about paints.

Explained that owing to Anna's exIrenw laboma territory was recently taken the greatest uffprvr. Write for sample cards and paint advice and blanks I
sensitiveness the circle of hU alive by J. IL Abernathy and part You should allays keep a box of Dr. ,

I :Influence bad been broken by the specia after a chase lasting right hours lu Miles' Anti-Pain tills In the house since showing how to measure houses to show the quantity of i

T ; tor's remark.Before which fifteen dog and some of the you never know when pain' may atUck paint required.
you. and !it Is wrong to suffer when your
reawakening her a poet hyp- fastest horses In Comanche county
suffering can be so quickly relieved.Dr. Ask first class business house lank in New ,
'node suggestion was made by Mr. any or Inv Ore ". or
z were used, says a special dispatch Miles' Anti-Pain Pills contain no
Gayer that she abouid pick out and eat the mercantile agencies; if we are responsible
from Guthrie, Okla., to the St. IxniUGlobeDemocrat. opium, chloral. cocaine, morphine or I
si piece of candy from a dish on the I )Abernathy is to similar drugs, and are sold by drug el*ti

I table, Awakening acted as if she lead the wolf chase which will be given under a guarantee to relieve you. or R. McWHIiams, Limited j i iI
i e bat she must do something! but back.
'ffelt for the entertainment of President pay your money I
was apparently! struggling with herself Roosevelt on hU southern trip. The By relieving Pain Dr. Miles' Anti. I d: I1 Store and Offkes 342 Camp Streft.I .

.tl)remember It or did nat wish to do it wolf that has been caught U the speed Pain Fills shorten suffering, and lengthen I Factories 11J5.lfJ1. IIJ9, IKI South front 5trrel.
life 25
cents. Never sold in bulk.
Dr. Quackenbos explained that be- lest one Abernathy ever undertook to "I have used Dr Mils Antl-Diln Fills I New Orleans, Louisiana, I
; i <,use she was a servant and found herjlf capture. lIe was very anxious to secure when troubled wllh! r>*r. paint
that one pill Ir.fallitly erTects! relief In ? tn n.n-
In the presence of a company her avery
with him for the coming chase. short time. I aUo: UMI lr HUes' tinuous sucresoful operation under one iiunsgeiuenl, south "! i.4.ljlu ;eLor j!
oenae of propriety was struggling Nerve and Liter Pill when nf'ft'u.u1. I
the hypnotic suggestion and that propriety Cure Coughs and Cold.. I am considerably affifctrd with neural.gU Jft Louts. I
I of the head and find these pilla of i
bad triumphed Mrs. C. Peter-Tin, 625 Lake St ,To|>eka. much tneflt to m*. Th"y are all that __ /
Iut again Into the hypnotic sleep the Is ci.iimM for them."-GEOUGE COLGATE '
Kan., says: "Of all cough remedies Hal 21) Oakland St.. San Antonio. ".
was asked to describe a room In thee lard's Horehound Syrup my favorite; Trx.

::ecood story of Dr. Quackenbos'bouse. it has done and will do all that is claimedfor Write to us for Free Trial
i This room she had never seen In her it-to greedily cure all roughs and FREE Package of DP. Miles' Antl.
colds and it is no U't'f'and pleasant Pain Pills, the New Scientific Remedy
ilfe. She gave ber answers so low as f>r 1':1111.10 Symptom l;.ank. On'Specialist
The climate of the East Coast of Florid
the tan Red Cnv Pharmacy and Fran
to be Inaudible to the audience and will diagnroe" your cane, tell
Ga'.lie Pharmacy. Fan (:allie, Fla you what Is wrohg and hew tn rlctt It
alo to the reporter, who bent down .red: DR. MILES MKt'irAL COWLAKORATUHJKS i U nearer perfection than that of any

l <-lo # to Mr. Gayer' save In two in- KLKliAKT. iNUit
Uquld air which originally cost at ether place on earth.
) _tance when the reporter caught thevrord ---- i t *
; ; *'lilhler" and ""bund'. In dt''lcrlb-' I the rate of J3.0UU a gallon to now

I Ing a picture and Its features. The produced for a frw rent a gallon.

picture. In fact bangs over' the man Some thin
t..lptbl'r *h* had said It bung!, U to be hoped that liquid air will -

The doc trots alon; beside a wagon. I not bf added to the Ibt of u.en! + dw Mr Gayer win conducted' the interrogations
I (") priM
: In German had his mouth t> ithe i -
girl's ear and trauMateJ Into Eng! : '.\ wonderful spring t>>nic. Drives out

i 11-h the word that.hU quicker ear and ; all w inter unpuritit, goer you strength! '..eJI' :::- -....... .. .
I -III\* mare Intimate acqnalntance with I health and lappiw Tliat'f 11ft' Hut ( .. -7I ,. _01 (
!. li h'r'III'ky Mountain Tea will ,I., ,{."> a I J '/"- -: r
German enabled him to catch. The de
rent*, tea or tablets. A-k yonrdru.;isi
mrtptton of the room a* thus Interrivtxl I }
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1 xl wa minutely cl-xe In every panic, I ; lli5 lii\

. ularIa, I, A tra'klM't trolley 1* in IiUCC'Mcrul A \.Ml./ 1

I the next >rlmeot the reporter operation ou a two mile line between '

( took his! place exj uj>slalN In tbe roD I blot({b.. and l'reen. ia Gennan; ) V \' :\ /", 0 Itm jOI\\([
\ /
. I which abe had deorU ('\!. toppther with i The coaches: are omnibuie. aud i a Mm. A nc3Wcst.q6b T: ,. \:

two women. MeanwbiJe: In tbe parlor i i inter! the U.nd b 'e3 are replaced! t> : Wells StreetltannetteWa \' ;,./' J) I;

Ibo twtow o(*la>rator the pres suggested nee of to the bet audience as! she I I a pair or *teel: runners Spike: tires! '$ -: tl a I J1 Ga t.I : :

on the front wheels enable them to \
; *.t In a trance that he go urwtatrs 816 Wells Strad.MArusrrTY. \\ llf \
take hold on iipi' urfaeas.
'n1 greet by name and In English a : eryiboot \\'it.. Spt. 25. WX.i ?fi\tq! d .

man she wouM find there i r was tip! run down from JSTTOUJn .,- Atari l 'U'[1 a llll.IJ'!
Ierdel lour '
stomach.I .
: In due course abe mounted' the stair, i I -ra and ormrork and had toresign j/ \ fl.
.rer eye tightly clos ,,l. and tiU with If year dv; tion 1* bvl 1 the \:u'em >>r my p *;tNn and tale a rest I ,:I'W- --- -- .'i ; I' I" h --'''
g nT rye' eUwl. bUIDI"| "i Irdnllt the n* of roar Uiy.r not fed and r.-.m fund that I was nut gaining my # ,.. -'- ,. \ \ II, :I" '-'''''
Ithe.l a.* they aHrw.i.. swig: g i& and n'-sit aj fit aj I -
jtorter, then rxtcndM Ler hand to hlinind : f; :::- =-
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1M weak and invite d.-A-r; Koiol !)>&pr{> could: with and u jour Wine of ", .-..- -
f} whl'pemi "How do you do :Mr till Cure dist. what Crdui rt\umiuimd,l aj / -
t y.'<4 ear, ins v;M < <
& and !'Or calling bio by Ms right : ion and All our -
ge* -t-xuacli trail+lr*, You PM d cu ,.t 4anie. I IM f>rrfrt >ou base a stotnich from the '''F' vi, I LoujLt a bottle and began u. tar fa..., Orur CnI'" r aarp4. Flur.tMu,

This was iXKuidered the crowoia;; :. Jsy you brsin takipj it This 14 bt .-caa... bag: it. 1 TU; siliiied with the I Cr *isl dm* *sl V,*tUfcl r,'I! '1u'" trtblttrj t*

teat of the eT" v cz. for. as the opetat. r get a ret. nwveratand era Ina: reauds from the oe cf the !nt BUL'L{ IUU.1L.E: l1UCinandIlt l.1tR fill
*aU, &e did net know a woN of Fng j irro II .) .tronj and It'a'!thv that it troo trtte: ,ant Uck t11rt tore and thea
ilsh.I i bltl you no more E. L Pir 'k, .\aUrtt > juiul I .M restored I to goal h! Itisod kfr rtufcti fr*. Jra.t j eta tie

# } i Minn ars "I hair taker I rte.h and able to Uk e cpBV r FLORIDA EAST
Qaaekenb .bi.1 not con"i1a j ji I COi>T RAILWlT,
great many r..m""lif"1 <.->r irni.jmtiori Out york .iti re l1 ed TSfor 1c
i rr that the girl wn In f. d trm t >! !{i have {cnj n/4hirj t'>.lail: tu Kuku in :u..M,'% I i & fti. &x cl excvli ctIjl
(,1 a reaiark&hJe: feat: she had i..rfora .
Ko.Jr/1 '
5peieia! ; cc'e. .i gu ..hat r> ", W3TI tT0U ice 'iiatrn,
; * ta the ptrn of I.' caret rod '....tion. d *"-f-A, M. inn as: j a=< : I :weir and his family i 1i.knadi I t..ld1lnr. heartburn sal a jNTWL' TLEY. 1- .

r s ; Lid bcva told toe the sjv I!' swnah troabien I Its preparation ss Urelent W7,5.t&VACUUM: Hih;a4 V
i re and cocterts of a certain: of mint vrat/ iv.r rest x.< --v- __ .
; f :'\11 la a tote tn Os !*ccdr J and j by llol! Crow Pturmicy and Kaa: (iiii j a fl./)) t.t> cf Wile of ty

$ t. rartydcta st ett. ocrrepled: by a friend. 1. Carr asJ a 2ot. & TucloJrd'a fi aril: I1ra t
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.- "" 'W eqy .f W ttift! besl"Lri C* r> .r I'.rtL cwt ofPealsulu
*>.t la &&;: th.c. but she alw toldTtt OABrrOrt.'X.A.. "
M.-i... ile LId I4 tt1! krv. L ft'c7 f1.nh" u. elkt tst a sit .
Ij; its oe1,;: flte. two woatea were I ; WINE OF CARDU1! 1.1. "litton, I' tUK t b klHUt,
'."d la t* "a?, Ttea was at half .
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; 4 + } i t NOGI'S LETTER TO A BOY. I t.

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......_ C*.*rI Tfcaak ('leaptar.

: : $ hr nu srm.. .

: Alfred It. Caba of Chicago s small

r'---CORN: boy lu kiilcktrUxkfrj, LAS bet sa following ; CASTO RIAl ta
m. FIELDS war development with 'muchInterest

1 ARE GOLD FIELDS MJ a Ctikasi dispatch.

When be learned that General Xo '
to the farmer who ; For Infants and Children.
understands { lost two BOOS at Fort Arthur he 1r1'utc.1th@ i l .

how to feed his warrior letter of sympathy. The :- -r -:. -{: R2"M.!,, r-4:;

,crops. Fertilizers for Cora other day he received a letter in Japanese ; The Kind You HaveAlways
from the general General _''I
; most contain at least 7' gfs letter translated reads: I

f *'- per cent actualPotash Dear Berg think you for your kia l- ... ,, Bought
uFebruary 15, UAOJTUI
J t 1L XOGHl.Atvin A\r'tcbIJePrt'ptrato1tfxA5-
R. calla Chicago. U 8. A.
sllmnatinQ 4lerrod atlRegulatlrlglbcStsa1 -
The letter 1* I tgneJ la English script dBo '
> \\ Bears the
r. and chows that the general sped hS.

W Send fOr oar book*-they name XoghL
tell why Potash Is as necessaryto xt1IPromotes

s ; plant life as tan and rain; Sciatic BbrnaaUun Cored. .- Signature
sent free/ If ask. Wr.tctxyday
you "1 have been enljtv* to wiatic rt>eamatuin DigtsfioaCktrful-

for yean," Kays E II XVaMrun, of r 5sandfkst, o&talns neither
.. OCRMAN KAU WORKSIVesr Wilton Jaurtiop, lova. "My joints sere Opum.Morphinc norHacraL Of'
(7- V rk-93 Naaaa Street rAWAKENING ctiB and .ease me iuob pain and di* t>m-
Atlrrtaln-a) s..dt er-t St. NAB
4' ts fort. My joints wouKi! rrat-k when I

csa:::: :: CIDe straightened up. I used Chamberlain's .,
Pain Balm and have been thoroughly
cured. Have not had a pain or ache s.. 'tU JSlHlZZ'I1TJlUJ.J

r I from the
OF is certainly a most wondVrful liniment
Ft>rl1alt'! by Rod CTOM Pharmacy In

A.t.C r For street Clr..l>.. a.. .a1la .' j
How Celestials -
Are A remarkable motor car that Io.>k.

by Japanese Success. somewhat like a huge mowing and > I Use

reaping machine and which la fact Is
I perfect Remedy for Constipation
V a reaper was rt'C.nUl completed at A Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea.
4V ,
' :.V TIWU': THEY CAN BEAT THE Hartford factory says the Boston Corrvusions.Fetrish-!
Journal It U a trt't'tH"t'l r and For Over
....... ncss andLoss or SLEEP. r
gleaner and It it dura what is elilmoJ ..-

Chl*.. 0...... h..r Ik* E_.' for it should It of mud iutere fa tit Simile Signature cfG&&Z&

Are ".1'.'.. Lari AraileCortTBBirBt _......, city\ orfiilaK The machine will. It I*

t !!.. Secured .....& salil. iratH a city street at four milan *-* Thirty Years
hour aud it NEW YORK.CXACT .
a tuner flr-y gprinklettlu
P.r 1SX>00, >00 Tae For
uiiHiirut au.l thin by means of n>
;. ...11a CIa.
T Ury bni"liwi rviucntall dirt and de- i
: J..r. Japanese ProI.C't..I .
rt- Lci awl rni| ;
Notable among the many effects that I Ie a part of the machine. A feature CASTO RIA

cUinaxi to Lave been worked out
r V the present t'Aitemfar already COPYOY WRAPPte.
IM that It will pick up soul ubj H-t<,
parent U the growing ,unrest
\ such a* brick, and at the same timebru ". -d'f Txt ....... ........ ... ,... .<....
the better clashes ot Chinese, says >b up the flm .t dust ....--;,.::. -=--:.---- : .- : '-
Shanghai oorresi onilent of the !\ ,

York Globe. Through all the
I'Uu to Ort Kith.
they have been taught to regard .
: -- --- -- -- V VV
Are often fruetratalbyeudden breakdown
"little men" and not
r Japanese as
V due to dysipepm or noti|>Rti>iii.
any tenW their equals. On the Brace op and take I.,. King's New Life HODGES & O'HARA
i:_ hand the occidental has been Pills. They take out the material w liirh

:? for the last three-quarters of a I are closing! your energies, and give you Kl'ITAU BLl'tr. KtA., !

t :l'i(:. .z to impress upon the Chinese mind a new btart. Care h'-'lladl" and dizzi : DEALEBS IN AND MANUFACTUKKIW OF
; cf. -; notion of the vast superiority of n_ tno.1 RfdCrot* Pharmacy. 25c.Ouaranterd. .

I >.::.' west over the east and strange to YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER.
i had succeeded in making a (()old --- -

I V able number of Chinese accept the A SIM-BUI Po.Ml Card. Fruit and Vegetable Orto
J : .' ro"tn atrrs of the B.ll Nye type iu.iy
palatable dictum that the man r.litihl"t for Bills of I.nmbf lobs dflirrml lU't: (' .
point t
f' : ,, coioptrte at any on -> *
:' overseas" was really! their lIul> 8 xm l. unable to read tbe i )! I : ;': Uir:>nili, tht-lr tutitln UU'.I-SH they
t :'-; Moreover among the occidentals [
( of late years have been thronging! hate a I'liolioKrjijtIi 1UitliWllt iu the John Stetson UniversityDE
__ .i" ..;!;<"; -f the latest detrl"ptnrut of lln-
? marts: of the orient were those
at'1 wtiinl announced in Vienna ui,vtHMtpular
u Russian*, from the great Ru p FLA
( f:1\'itr. says the (%ieage Tril-
j empire and who had so Impressed
un.11 liiK nfoii' Twiton. who hainrenati ; +
''+' y Chinese with their dlnplay of :' ; a sjakirg i'otal'-ant. plansto Affiliated With The University of Chicago
an ', Here that the great Ilussiau bear spread a thin l.iyrr r.f jrrara;'ph->ue C/LI'al. or t.llnIltT"Tb... &Unlanl..ft" ih..u> ,,r th.. t-utvte'sty uf t'lllaIi
'1,11I11ue".In nu ordinaryjstal card ,..tI-on'IIIt".IQatl'l rr+tire theirdegrrea from x4h 'olf'.n rod ,'bi.a j;.. "
moat to I* dreaded
the greatest << TI> this the , his communication. TOLLKfiK tir I.\\"-( 11oltn o( this r.,IJrrt are rlmttl.- h I.taftI.\ lw IB llsrld
4't power under tbe heavens.And itbout rianiinaUun,
and the card pow throusi
now In-hold! The men (uLLI:(: ur Ttcn u Anil-11y'hsntra', r'ttt I;!-1.rh'.1 F:nputetiugrot )h.....
the |I'K>ht !in the n'ual \\ srrln'J at
they bad regarded a* the least po Training (urea If'.tillit to drerer.; Fine 11I'1l'luhllulr.. n.tly t."II..tIlL
Its ,dr-tinsel the card U ma le to dt.Ii.t
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; ful on the earth have almost (' t: ut" NCrl 1.... ..-P.ukmtt in all its l.ralK h... I.k: krepinq 1'1 beet tattlu.l.ElertitC .
ed lbp magnificent armies of the in nits *' by iiii-ans of a spmalphjnograph toitrrre pen in othrr !>.'[>artiuni& 1..lujlt' Faulty and r Hi>....rlufu* t.rsisinq

.J .. and dreaded bear. apparatus c,)n'tr.irteil by 1'ItpP.IRITUltl' ACAItiNI-liralurtw prt rt.d to ruttr H.tvaiit. 'iI4. .............t
II3rl't the Imeutor of the III'81'1.. ("rnrll.'lilbl.n.. rbinwro abut all!I Ant riarr ('t.lI.lC *.
',; At first the Celestial could
MiKMAL A Xli PKAtTirr. f ( lioou-i Kfn.1-rgrrtrn in iUowntuiiMtnr 1 I'rrsar>
but ((
hi Japanese
j: believe eye and Ortmiaar' Tbi. t..01.1 ..
r..dlft. Opl.Ioa of a 01011.. Red :htaiin.cpsntebaidinq. N Mirilly prrrr .l'u141csihwltrachea
IV, after nuerws has niMwd open .
A man from < IIAdli W shuwn to a
eyes so wide that he Is nnw t room at tlxiVxtte* Houi- in KauvasCity. Ml (.!C Sf'II4HU.flO.tllllllll pile organ a Autrit J'lall', M-parttr t.uIlJlul.lue t.cahjtb
to lose much of his respect, fear b <>roub) n.urv-i nftiu'ly.AirT .
Mo the other nlrtt. He lo.'kr1around.
as It was toward Russia In !>IKXil. New (V.tly i Y.U. luudels tU.
puzzinl and call..l the boll
and toward all the western nattnns! Sttjo hw a farolt, .-f *.. pr .f.>vn .o.l in.troU.Pi They hold d"rf'f1l from the Um- i
> general *For If." ay the 'hn '"'y toad,. fay the Kansas (ity Star. vastyuf'htran'.llarrtrl.: VaU. IhtrtnxMitb. (Vlutubia, Uniter.ityofi'rnintiseiaa.Bryr.
"'Where1* the IHI|>" he akwlRight 11sar.Bnrknrf.l'nirrnityufllithigan. irnoi.unend.thrr I.nln.iu..., Thereate OUt
llttJe Japan can w successfully i : hrre" |3> )/") ; the greatest of western nation In fl library ofovrr 13..-) rnita.... a\lfql.t.'IIf'I.itb n.toy funiUbmj, i dudililll&i.,1.11I .-)
"I don't Line that looks like
e tie what might not Chrna do wtad It. ; psmtiogt a tlOdmMDl piggy onun.a KJIBDMIOIU with *
In i on. rnrkwd atblrtic fi.>M. running trek, trnoUn>urti. (......t..11!l .tlaa ... Infinitely superior to Japan : The boy then pulled the folding lMdown .I imrnin?, golf! rowing and "thr,i>on+; + >(>& buildiori fur tea sad wotncb. fi\i-
C'OOtt"llttUh the westr from the wal! The Canadian large Utwrmtorir* (.r ("h<-mitry. l' Ka.ttriol<>jy. Ilinrmlory aud Kiulotr, Mrrnl
.. It Is In pursuance of this line of Urtf mox-DDM and *h"|*. flixtrk lights ricrtne H-aiu .lVt. Ik.!
c soning that several of the more << watched him. amazement 1<11 hit face"WHl. rods brad "rpnoc*, .(>iis rarapua. .brot,[...rjr and tn-f. ...1al) binary. 111\1&it.1 a" otkrr
now ain't that a darned foul stndrnta'rielvi; Ur ltar"' iTur,M rhrt tuo and nm M-rUtun U*. king The h.altoo l I.
fnwsive provincial governors have Yankee yap trick?" he Mid.w t..auuul.nd healthful. and the r 11"'>n_ ar.. low
ready outlined comprehensive f"r catalofr' fI1II1. fuklfrtikU'J lufunoalxto a
chemea gency. The against C'nml'frnmf'nt some future Cur far liriJ.KY.: A. M., I'll. I It IleLam! naSEA

commissioner (' All !Rirfaocancer are noM mown to
baa had a ppecisl
be curable! by P.nrkW" Arnica SuivtJa ..
throughout .
?- Tasking
.. Waifr i of Duffiekl. Va., writ.*
faces for war funds and to date "I bad a terror on mv hp for years, tbalr ARD
mired something like 15OMt: *') med inmraUe, tilf r!/I Urn'mi t

In pledges for the various military Salve .eaUni
organbwtlon scheme Moreover GnarantewJ: pure fur cots .n(1loum@ .. .
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various viceroys and Tartar pnt 2.1.-.t H.-.I CFt. Pharny

over U,. empire have been making I -fOH-- I
heard of efforts to raise and equip: I.

;:;. armies In the shortest possible time. Savannah Columbia. Southern Pines,

< .The object of all this tww activity i ii CASTORIAFor

the part of the central and I'rofln<' : Infant and Children. Richmond Washington! Baltimore.

V ''-' governments Ie twofold-first, as p I

,.autU>n ry meannmi against p-*'** The Kind You Hare Always, Bought Philadelphia. New York.

,.-'" KKToachmects of foreipier*. sad. s .

;: told. to prevent" the so.'""' *+ful issue Bears txsS.gtsttue
idi rum HI.or i\\-: ; MM.-!
a threatened Internal revolution.There of

I* iii unilercwrrvnt of fl
'. everywhere prevalent abut ,
anwng the** In r'\Oitlo'D' to know

J.: ,: concerning the present sltuatU 50 YEARS SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL
the end of EXPERIENCE
at the el!-*>* or l-efore
will lie (
i war now In procre* China
ed upon to undergo a crisis such as 1 'I..J! -r i.\ !5" i M 4'- I> -4' ll'Vr.N :

1\ baa never ... \ experienced; that"irj ".'.r h : ,', !""'I t .. .t ...1 !r;I.. u.t-Jlt.J "ICil1l .\ .
the certain powers whose t now P! ; man Kinft.t.. ',/ .st I' .I''..;: .r .:: -'aprTa. rtaitrrarr. '

V evil or laiaglnary. are \\tt will ear,. 'It.I'n. ()n'1H"II"'rA' ; j rt..- 'If"I": rc .i.'j Ia. kaocif il* 10 '. .. }
mand a redjustoent of their )<' Taaet MIMI Y ft: -. :a XVa!t.irgti"r. :*rav "'l'" \'lie'..!, -,- .' 'I 1p 10 aId Jac wanUO'; .'n. i

of ;Infiuenc" to the great injury OtsC.rsCc.unwrts ilai; v ; cudintuc4ai.:

the-present autonomy of the etrplre Le.Aetnat..aet
.1 I.tlt.aU d..e't that rebellions on a seal tf I.c W. twrq+as f'oYa. ......, a.natay
f .. p.c.ct.era {_... ONLY LINE
%" unknown will break out ter4 Knct"I'-. R&4.4(o f'aau (
Whether or not th* poi \ NOt Pu49u fr.a a&ft $ a' ut r.rnn I rrrratinx [)'&y n.lllh ..;..eprrs fn u.. yta...nftie tri Su
'*i haf' alwaJj perfect'\1 their aria .. ta t.W

if- of rM.1Jastml"Qt I* not clearly Scknlific flmcrican. For fall inforz&tx/D id *.*rr '- .& 'JOt tw,I on tar >- -it .fl; ai:11.: vt
"f but that plays and A 'All"'-.Jy Clatet.wary.. ctrtl w ,:lot toA .
or Ins'perfrct. having as an object r n.- sa, tarKJt yamni*. Tw .. tl .
tear f P t -tat. 11 tluYd.' .. .Jr.,
jf. dethroning of the present dynasty fentra! l"1.-zl"r .'rr.t. Paa ; ,
Mew rt enecr..lInt.
.o '
<. order of tntaj art a1l'f'aJrt.D b Into .Yfo.::tiwatWt J Cr.E.JS\'IJ.F fL.
ort' r tad lust ready to put

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f salad KcmngM pnacroKTtlpp.praeticml8Jwa.akw. sad his twtrly derail will bring sadness TOD PROTECTED1C HIST FIRE? J.uasrurcuuD.Prca ta t W, M, BEOWS, Tk-rr il4
I r'ture Forty to every Bcboolmat he eo'theerily left

> r apawa r.atl kind at'ttleapr resIztng behind, for she was "goicg home. Every

: aLo laddaa''sMmsrdaaerda sympathy, U extended to the tereav. INDIAN RWERuSTATE BANK. J

ed parent! by the many: friends in Cocoa.

CO't7N't'Y: C"JnY.:
Btt M strength tonic that brings, rich, red ri Authorized apr'tat.teoooooo '1
blood. Makes )'OCIltrOIIr, healthy and Ji Paid op tkpital3.000.00:
active. That'.1Ool1iHer'. Rocky i
.tea sk'R u .......... ... >.*./.1Srk& Mountain Tea will do. 33 cent, tea. or Pottcy Average DerT1RlkAt'l'S A. .ood.oa
tablet I
atla> Ask-yoar druggist.KOCKLKDOX.
= --. General Banking Business 1
:zNIGHT Largest and Oldest 1
'School closes)lay 16th Miss Sylvia Wakefield it ill with fever '
Rank on the River. -i
What bont. May day Anything doin' A good many people of Bockledge took Exchange Bought and Sold on All "
i .Wbat time does dTtree' o'clock train in the entertainment at Cocoa on Friday Foreign Countries. .':
ti come aJontf" night. Patronage appreciated. Proupt Knke.poJae ,
Rev J. P. Gallagher who has treatment and mry fafareoaaiaUat I
The children are pradlciDI't.ecantata.The spent with cotuemttT* banking .
acbooLApartyofOoeoaitecu the winter in Bockledge, left Ian week AND DAYA
Flowers, for the close of OOBBESPOXDENT& -r. "!1

x being made op for Philadelphia.Mr. polder of insurance is an etfctitf Empire Tract Compaay. X. \.. Florida _,
against loss by fire. From the\ Bank &Trust -
' for week's outing at Coco Beach. and Mrs. P. A. Shares left Mondayfor guard
until the time of
of issue expiration
.the north, stopping at the Breaker. time FLORIDA.
it sunds ltmeen the property ownr and ,

:W T .ter.fildftd Seabreeze, en route. pecuniary loss. -, ... .. '" ...--_. -
} to their home In Sj ftck, N. Y. Mr. D. P. Merwin, of Milford, Conn., Yet the coet of this protection u really
trifling.All. .
and his son A. D. Merwin, of Eden, we're PENNEY & BRANNING
c' received
,C-ocoa'i "home talent" some inquiries cheerfully answered ,
i in Rocktedge looking after their
encomiums from the At&ge mao.
very high i MORGAN & WALTON
tiger, a professional, for their abifity to I Messrs.! Eby and Yienelle are now occupying f TITUSVILLE.t

matter the lines, cues and business of."A : the White cottage No. 1 as a residence TrrovtLLE, FLORIDA. -
a;' family Affair" in four days. : for a couple of months.

Thoe who misted the play miwed a I Barton avenue will be especially alive BOBBINSj Fashionable ClothiersGents'

good two hoars' fun and, healthy laugh .this summer. Nearly every hone on the

ter. The young people are selecting aflay :avenue will be occupied and a new residence GRAHAM

now to be pot on the mlddje of May built j
4- ; for the benefit of the A rilah library. We I Mr. C. W. mab lee and family have and Flirnishers.Thtl

'. teapeak for them in advance full house. taken their departure for their home at (Incorporated Paid op Capital $23,000.001) .

i.'V. People of Cocoa appreciate our home tal New Haven, Conn. The early fall will This company owns landsin -- ,

i I =i ; sot Now let the musical talent be culti find them with us again. s the,on Indian the St. Lncie Hirer Ri Country ver-, < Queen quality Shoe fur ladles I* the

- va&eda1lo. Mr. and Mrs. L W. Bat ten field left on at New River, and on Biscayne most stylish and durable In the world. lit

IS.<'. Mrs. W. G. Paterson, the energetic Tuesday for their home at Delaware, 0. % Bay. addition we keep the famous Edwin: (lappand

president of the Avtlah, informs as she Ye scribe extends thanks to Mrs. Batten- PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES Crovvrtt ShOt's.11 hlsli class foods to be
iota on hand about $10 as a nucleus for a field for kind favors before her departure.The .
Send for land Un.O"lnIAl" found here. Manhattan Shirts t:. A W. Col-
Won't Cocoa be proud ,
new building. : new cottage built by Mm. L B.
tar Stetson
and Knox Hats.
,, ,'9-, with a fine, artistic library Everyone Chatfield this winter is complete and a ,
! with heart and voice TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. ., .,,
should -'''-
encourage model of convenience. It is furnished

f and, where possible, their pun to forward complete and will be rented next winter. Anything and everything else that
V the good cause. She has been utirn- preserved for one of his years, 86 in num-
f ; Mr. and Mrs. A. H. MrKeown and
I Mated by the wjccew of the good ladiesof family and guest, Miss Tillie O'Hara, left !ber.R. e men wear jon can buy here.
in their lazaar held in February -
Kockledge N. Simmons and Miss Belle Herndon -
on Tuesday for their home in Pit bur1, !
V and would like to and do likewise -
go Pa going via Clyde Line from Jackson were married Tnesday evening at lUlL ORDEfiS SPECIULT SOUOTLO,
t; V in Cocoa, and why DOL' A little concentrated her father's residence. A number of their
ville to New York. .. .
= effort among the ladies during kindred and neighbors were .
Mr. Brady Bower of Georgians, moved
z the summer, with a sociable season I Itbro..n e Creemn. of City Point, performedthe SAN MATEO CIGARSHave
his into White No. 2
efforts family cottage on
, in, a commingling of people, i marriage ceremony.
-R ; V idea and an aIl-together pull to- : Wednesday and will occupy it during the Made
rammer. Mr. Bower ia engaged in work The Ballantine i Doughty property, atharpt'S. a
Aether spirit and the thing accoraplished. .
So mote it be. upon the Derby mansion. !'\ has been purchased by Mr. C. Reputationof

boards Cocoa The orange treee are looking fine, except E. Mast of Eden. It is finely located Their Own.
The the at
play put on
' Opera House on last Friday night by local that here and there a few dry twigs. and contains a quantity of txCt'lIenland The success of the San Mateo Cigar
suitable for either vegetables or citrus t
One would scarcely know that there had
talent assisted by the two professionals is one of the greatest triumphsof
frails. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mast
Howard and Lane-entitled"A Familyft'&ir" ever been a freeze, but it will be remembered exert the East Coast since the freeze.
when the harvest time comes. to move from Eden to :Sharpes: in the fall.!
\ with a crowded house,
e was -" ---.- Made f (rum the choicest irowth of tobHtro that the |*ninMiU of FloridaanJ I b.
C? notwithaUndintt the high price of admis The Palmetto club held its last meetingfor warn CITY Island of CU'M can province, and wrapped with the rich, silky leaf grown on East
sion. U ighest praise from every one w ho the season Tuesday afternoon and OuastpUtit tk>ii'l iixluelry of the world haineverpritduct-ilabrtlrrartw)!'.
attended for' everyone who took part were right royally entertained by Mrs. Saren Sorrensen was here recently to For hair l.y all the W-licj; IxXfW and clubs and by the lnion.a Companyon

L B. Chatfield. Delicious ice cream and Are his grove.Mr every train entenrg Florida.
s. comet I() 1tAneooaI1. "Powers was splendid
.' r ," "Kate'did fine; Myra the beat cake were served and especially enjoyed. and Mrs. OIt'5onere the! gusts of Twenty Sizes, Styles and Grades to select from.bllufloC1.lJrrd .

;4 ever," "Roy magnificent, "Evelyn immense Hon. J. II. Derby and family expectto M. and Mrs. P. Jensen lat Thursday by s. W. ROWLEY, San Maleo, Fla.!

i ," are some of the expressions leave evening.Mrs. ______ __ _
Saturday for their home atSandy -*VWMMB MV> WM l MH M MH. VVH HHVVVVVHHBMMBHH HM H HVHHHV M H -
1; i tieard. After the show the scenes which i Hill, N. Y. Their new residence is pro- GuaUfsen invited a number of

.4 the actors had been painting were shownthe greening rapidly and sill be ready for guests to her home last week in honor of
Alabastine Your Walls
audience. They are fine and must be their occupancy when they return next her birthday.The .

r 7: ti "+een to be appreciated. A parlor, a kitchen straightening Oleander avenuein

street and a garden scene, and the fall.Mrs. .
t Gillett who fell week section 9 greatly improved the property ALABASTINE
Mary some :a produce exquisitely U-autiful t H vt on walls andvilintca
tan has at last sunk behind the horizon since and broke her thigh bone, is not in that locality. ( Ka y t-i auptr. limplY mil with mid water. Bittir thus Klllimine -
; and dropped into the "deep green sea" Mrs. Pmt or Will Piper ft is not a Kalwmine, it 'is a unitary
yet able to be moved and is Mill at the Some of our ladies gave Jorjiensnn
VV on the drop curtain and a beautiful picture Irruanrotcriuentawnng, which hardens "ti the: ..aU., uWlMyintf
l the tired The town council New Rockledge hotel under the care ofa a surprise party in honor of her birthday IRTIIM nnd vermin, never rubbing,Catling. lial"mill''bllt'd:
I greets eye trained nurse, Mice Harriet Young. anniversary Sunday. with hot or cold water soon rub and tcale off, ,|,tilini wall, clothingand :
is to be thanked heartily for embrac- However, she is improving.Mr. furniture They contain glue, which decay and noumhe. the
. ing the opportunity to tbus furnish ti>e beans are going aonj very rap- germs of deadly! dift xe. For sale! by
stage settings and to give our home talent Vienelle has purchased the lot and idly. .\ good shower of rain would increase

the instruction so helpful. The opera one adjoining which the church expected : shipments! greatly.A EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY COIValers .i -

ttouse is now in the way 01 stage appoint. to purchase. There wasdifficuly in raising movement is afloat to have midway in Lumber and Builder Material

tents splendidly equipped. The net proceed the $1,250 and the time given having graded and shade trees planted, which,

which expired Mr. Douglass felt free to sell to aready if dune, would greatly improve the: looks
were )101, sum wu: appliedon J. R. WALKER. II. II. MUT..
on the scenery, the council furnishing the rash purchaser. Mr. Yienelle will of oar pretty ,'illa.'e.

t net, or $99. The ball which followed build modern! residence this !wagon The rroducerV<)uitrj company are JOHN R. WALKER & CO.,

.ft' : was greatly enjoyed by the dancers. The Mrs. S. 11. Peck and family lease now shipping eggs to Miami. Messrs.!

J.; Tiin ville orchestra was up to its usual Thursday for Petoeky! Mich., to join her Kexon: and Lamont were in Fort Piercelast Titusville, Fla. ,

.. standard and the music fine. husband, who has gone before to make
week in the interest of the eom]>any.
r: La morning Mrs W. G. Pat ready for the simmer et-amn at the New
>t Friday
'S T!on received a telegram announcing the Arlington, of which he is proprietor.Mrs. The literary entertainment wa! well attended ; DRY GOODS
.. of la..t week and
Thursday enjoy-
Peck will at short
t death of little Helen Moore, the only stop Daytona a V' ,
time i for a visit with Mrs. I). nOoI""u: e'i l by all. The next meeting will be
1/M; : daughter other consin, M r. J .\. )Ioore."l2' "
Mr. Peck's sister. April 1 20th. The proram i,:in the han,!- u
Little Helen was a pupil of the Cocoa
of Mr. liuta&en and bid fair tubers* CLOTHING
; choul all winter. She was a delicate Mrs. f. B. Chatfield ha received an :
Ir C't"1It'nt. Everybody is invited to att<*n ', f. Child and had always puttered a great invitation for another trip to Naples, ,

Jt ,!eau and !her parent brought her south Italy! to nail from Rwtonon the 2nd.Jut :

r for her health. She Improved very greatly the trip over and back with about T F GENTS' FURNISHINGS I

.f j. while here and they were proud to a wevk in Naples, occupying about the II

'f tike her home in Rich good health. They weeks in all, going via the Azrr and I

t :. ...left on Monday of la t week for Jarkwn- Gibraltar. A delightful trip. Lurky AyersWhen SHOES

:,: ; silk l and sailed: on Tuesday fir New York Mr. Chatfield.

\ia Clyde line. They encountered the Abtiut ten of the large torn which snr- ,

t storm of last week and the voyage was rood the New IlockW.-e! hotel f.avebeen
; ntiglu The child was ill and ihe nerves are weak
} y very very felled this werk and to !OJ me. it 19an MILLINERY
just U-fu rr they made f'wuk,In eight' improvement and to others a detriment everything goes wrong! You I d

A It'It of home, her little spirit took its flight -making it rather barren The are tired all the time, easily ,

..J' and the parents, grief stricken, br\re their w hole: beauty of the place w is iLS uapuE. discouraged nervous, and I

lirtiedaa.hter's lifeless body borne, tatar rent trees which "all the kin hoP-d irritable. Your cheeks are FURNITURE.I

it away with two other laihters.. Suf- nor all: the kings t' men an never mike !
for little children to come unto me and grew a ain." Sarsaparillarale

forbid thim not" U the command of the ,
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nester, but it is a kmful thine to d.,. !\IU'U.. and your blood is thin. --- ,,

''y .he's bat dead the child<.f xir a&rtwn. Mrs. Kate Brown bu been q:]it: *ui bet Your doctor says you are We want your patronage. j

Bat gone auto that *cW..i'V U much improved.Mr. threatened with a nervous .
lt'hvt .be w..loagerareia ear poor era Our aim Is to please YOU. j
V t.cUoa. and Mrs J. W. BaJlar.tine l and breakdown. He orders this
t % AadCbri.Gkim.eLdakrak. M;*< Dovie left Saturday fjr 5ocrvi!>, grand old! family medicine. .,, New, Up-to-Date Goods in every :;
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dot u a c'M WU we apia beboM br.fe N. J., their uratrr home. r. ft" )oj. I b. a d
.. .r..n.4 tn m, ( .!!, ti ta4crf .p.1e
with Line
Ear raptam .. .
Iirt raee.r WVB toftdd Mr Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Rabinaoa: area to ,.... Q.4-- >.C w.H-LT- .' niH notvbta.._.fN C.In..
' Sh* wit eat b* a child, celebrate fifth ,.. 1 oorf... ,"
the anniversary of their I r .rt "o Mail orders receive
:4..,...... '.......1. W..' prompt and
p Bat a C&ir asides ia her !&thor,'a au&sion: marriage by a . tlotbA& .ith celestial fT'V' careful attention.
to cotr ? od on Monday, the 17th.:
the .news
sad be.cttral with .u esptes.iaot Weak NervesKeep
... +bstt tie bebutd her &*u Mr. Abel HiidrKh with a large party

Little Helen made many friend*,for the of friend called upon Dr. and Mrs. lJ.W. the bowels re JOHN R. WALKER & CO. Titoille Fla.

V J(f a as a Krtely and kmi.g and lovable cLiM Holme Saturday. Mr. Hildrtth u well hits just one sun each Aynr nfcm, ,


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