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 21, 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
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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


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._. Not fo < .Qqrselfes J1.1one', ant for The Good of Others' 31soTITU8VILLE ...
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STOOL, XXV.; FLA., FRIDAY APRIL 21,' I90u.r NO iJ:.'.

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;L .lift!:1U0"IIII'... :'iaiiW : : BOWNiAA TW COSTZST. CORR1UfI.[ GCSrisf'.att.a S. SPECIAL SALE AT KLIKFS. 8118 Ui nt flGf! A liD OO olr.Cwrrvwt m. .

.r., The senate committee on ejections and lIo. n.n. \nn.:., 1900.

xJf; '--'' privilege* fully intends to thoroughly Investigate Persian lawn, fine sheer quality, 32 the
,laattms* later*! That AnAiywW Ba.-.. of flat b Ootng Ow la Events me..t Neal
the claims of C. >L Brown and itches wide, worth 30 cent a yard, for .
.. hrtrau4 la Brief.
TvwsuMrJ. sad At t TitwaviU
Dr. Baskb and determine who U entitledto i 19 cents only.
.-. A. Taylor, of ghifeh, was in Marion and Sumtereoantkc Easter cards at the Novelty Store. i We have heard that wedding b.-tlain
represent India law n, the quality you always pay
?r -town Tuesday attending some legal in the state aesate. The committee summoned Weakened systems need a mature ,I 3)cents fur by the yard only 13 cents,32 peal month.Joyously in Titcuvjll the coming

,basinet' ,- a number of witnesses from Ocala wholesome, mellow liqoor-that's L W. I inches .MII !.
"e.;; J "iC.W11Dt.nd eneralotbercbdflD I this week, who, it U said, will testify that harper Whiskey, the kind your grandfather I Figured batiste, in light or dark deigns Mr. IL E. Mime, Jr., of Fort Pierce,

haul to Sk AagQBtihe yesterday toapend Brown's good bye to the people showed nsed. Sold by F. A. Loeley and wuth'O cents, Monday's special was in town Tuesday and shaking bands

,. a few days that he had actually removed from Ocala ILL Mot 10.. 15 Ct'nU. with his many friends.

tJ: ;'Ilka' Ulla Sealer, of Cocoa arrived and that In speaking with his friends afterward Mr. F. A. Morgan has j jtt received a Figured lawns suitable for boos Call at Tltusville Livery, at rear of

.. Sunday to spend the week with her aunt, regarding Miami Mr, Brown new Tribune chainlet bicycle.! Tribunesseem dl'\1Ht'8 I in endless variety of designs Bobbins' law office, for stylish rigs.

Mra E. W. Halts. would say; "Come and live with ot." to be the popular high grade wheel Monday's special cents a yard. Leave your orders for hauling both double ; -

2 Do four walls need cleaning Atabae- Dr. Baskin shows in hit complaint that with Titnsville riders. Indian River Cluny lace insertion, in b.1ud..ome designs and sing!*. J. M. fcban, proprietor '

: tine- ..fill'do it. gee oar ad. on page 8. Brown sold ou\ his business in Ocala in Music House ells them. I 5 inches wide, worth 23 cents per Report indicate that serious damagewas

EAST COAST LTMBEB & Srrnr Co. j October and moved to Miami, that yard, Monday only 12J cents. done to the fruit and vegetable crop v
: Brown has no property in Marion county THusville orchestra has two engagements Boys' blouse suits I.andsolllety'wl- in Georgia by the cold of i
wave Monday
I Judge Jones has joined his family in
to fill May day. Four or five
and that Brown wrote a letter. This let made of of madras
ored a good quality
night. The
. DeLand ibis week and from there will pieces will be cent to Gxoa that day for temperature was 31 degrees in
.. ter u one in which he lauded the special 11.19 per suit, sites ranging from Atlanta Monday morning at6 o'clock.
in Orange and Osceota coun ;
hold mart
the dance, while several of the memberswill
attractions of Miamt and that
country 21| to 7. Killing frosts are reported from Macon
y'J't v- ties.Otros and Invited his frienda in old Somter and furnish mnric that same day at Ladies' white linen oxfords, made in and Augusta and as far south ss Mobile.

...." stock grown on high pine land. Marion to "come and cad jour tot with )1t o.- lie latest style bluchers, with three Urge

:;t.'I' dlan Rim, Nuneriea. established 1883 ua" lie eaya, however that he did not Mrs. W. S. Norwood wag called to New I eyelets, wide silk laces, usual price $2 rotlonJ'Y'III'pt' Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Reid, and Mr.
J-- 'Seed; for' catalogue, Toledo and Westf his residence H. C. }lcLoud, of St. Louis, w ho 1 left Miami
: # '. intend thereby to change I Smyrna Tuesday morning by the illness <"1I1 II 75.Ladin' .
', Palm Beacii.Hon. from Ocala that he stilt claims that in their launch last Friday the lath,
sw of her granddaughter, little Emma Knox, gauze nndervnU, with silk tale
'tj J. M.Cheney, the prominent Re- place as his residence and that he has no returning the following night accom- in neck and armholes, Monday's special| arrived here Wednesday just five days
; Orlando who bumped residence. He that he votedin making tbe trip in a boat about 'S fettlonjr.
op other
,pnbUcanfrom says panied by Mre. Knox and two children 121 cents each.Nottingham.
.against Hon. Frank Clark for congress in the November election at Ocala and and her daughter Marguerite Norwood. lace curtains, handsome They had tl* craft hauled overland s

: 'the" campaign, and got left, twas in that he U a member of the Presbyterian design, three regular price here to the tributary waters of the St.
Capt. Dick Gladwin who has been in 2.50 pair Monday's price only (1 29! Johns, when they continue their water
;:;i TitosviUe Wednesday,attending to some church at Ocala and a superintendent of per
charge of the Fitz rald Bonito at and nvinoooks
yacht Checked striped ,
Lf trip as far as Jackson\ite.!
legal UUlllDet'I.Mr. that Sunday school that be refused to
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dresses 20
Miami, this season, arrived home Sunday pretty for worth
r and Mrs. D, B Pritehard were both change his membership to the Miami Iota few day. PU)'. He experts: leave cents fur 1Y}. I The [)a&ona Gazrtw-Newe says thatR.
Jk under the care of their physician hut church u he did not want to change hie Again we have received by express two T. )McFadden of MiFadden's shell
today for the north and decide
entll'\'l"lIew !tsof white Permit (lawn
week and \hie. Mrs. Pritchard U now residence from Ocala. Baskins has a certificate boat fame has purchased a lot on Beach
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vote his attention this summer to automobile shirt saints, pith three rows of eyelet insertion +
| rapidly improving and had a narrow es- from an elder in the church at instead of power boats. front and bark a slid maw of street in the Wilder tract and will build It..o

't ape from an attack of peritonitis. Mr. OcaU stating that in list September tucks, liiiwt sleeve 6 inch cuff with tucks story brick store thereon tilt coming

Pritchard U np and attending to business Brown resigned as superintendent of the The Dentoa arrived here Saturday in and one row of insertion buttons in beck, summer. The lower floor will Us occupied -

Jt, again.If Sunday school stating that he would tow of the launch Dreamer, Capt. Situ worth $3.50, special shirts 249.good olonsdale by Mr. McFadden with his curio
Men's night quality
Hiss' Daisy Brady expects to leave ont more away and that the children of the Martin from Melbourne. The Dentos is fulllt"oith. worth f 1 U, special store and rooms ulairs will be occupied

.the 2nd proximo for Camden, S. C tot school made him a present of a gold medal hauled oat on Nelson's marine ways for 69 cents sites 14 to 17. for living rooms.
in evidence of their affection for him. some repairs. Pending the completion of Men's French balbriggan undershirts, *
upend a month or two with her sister, Charles F. Schneider of Ocala has
The elder and the don't quite this work Dr. Houghton left Monday (orDaY&oDL worth 75 cents, special 50 cents
i: X.... F. )(. Wooten, and will probably be pastor Boys' balbriggan undershirts and full been in Miami to intern the merchants
The lentos will bo moored to
bas wired Brown that
9: ,a.IY ail summer, part of tbe time to be agree as the pastor length or knee drawers, worth 75 cents a in a project which will require the raising ir
he (BroWD).', still superintendent.The the Indian River hotel wharf next Wednesday V .
> anent,-.--- in-- the- mountains of western North suit Monday' price cents.Men's o(some II.,(11'11I."""" ...r. .10.1'''...... rl p i arc ou
senate will in this case establish a when Dr. Houehton will be here linen' hem stitched handkerchiefs -
Carolina. worth 15 cents each,; Monday's building a hothouse, which will be ableto '
precedent that is considered most importent. prepared to attend to all professionalwork. 1-
P The Maytllle (Tens)) Record, of Meh. It will be determined whether Mrs. lloughton went north week special 3 for 25 cenu. supply the big' touritt hotels during .
v 24th, contains notice of the d ath of in Mai) orders promptly filled on any of! the entire kllllOn. Tile idea is to cover
before last to their home Colombo 0. !O
a man can Uve in Jacksonville and represent the above goods.
Zephanlah B. Contant, the fattier of Capt.Dwin Tallahassee or Pensacola in the state __ .,h __ Jims KUNE an acre with glass so that flowers aud all \1 y

8. Content of Oak Hill, at the advanced senate. A SURPRISE PARTY.A Titnsville, Fla varieties ot vegetables can be grown g

e age of 80 years. The deemed Brown may retain his seat, but % percent number of the friends of our highly Mr. Max Hoeck, of Mosquito lagoon 4
alao left three other sons, one in Jack oD- MUSICALPROGRAMME.. I k .
I of the people of Florida do not believe esteemed county treasurer Mr. John was here Saturday with hlsnewsuxiliary

Till. Fla., and taro in Iowa. that he is entitled it. There is Henry, learned in some unique way that The following musical programme will rut The boat il about 40 feet long, ) -

Mr. LeSoeor Gaolden, of DeLand, ar. now a general impression that the senate I last Friday was his birthday anniversaryand church he rendered roaster at Sunday the ti'uI"l1ltt at the morning Baptist equipped with S h. p. 2 cylinder Mianun ..
1 rind in Titosrille his old home, the firttof committee will decide entirely on the completely turpriM-d him that night service! : motor and makes 8 miles under power .1- '

the week to spend a few days and to merits Involved and that Brown wilt go. by taking charge of his domicile on Pulinstreet Blamrali. ....._._ .-.Lao Ie alone. The hull is substantially built
tiew the GauKirn orange grove, which i is The'fight is waxing warm over the leg and providing a grand upread Vwlin-Mr. Wm. \VioterhacenOrgan and the installation of the motor does \

1 '. one of the flourishing places in the Turn illation on state schools. A resolution Consider or rather imagine how he must -)(n.IVnham Mr. Slunk great credit, in fact, i.i t'tlual' 't.- :
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bolt hammock j just. north of Titusville. has been introduced in the house to the have felt when he came in, at his usual Hymn llV-Tht Bt.y Mora Has RoW tbe to that of an expert in that liue. The ( it.

t LfSoeur, by the way, baa grown so tall effect that a joint committee be appointee i time to find the place tilled with his Sky, ...._....... .__-.......--.Choir new craft is now being used to convey his f .-

that his most intimate friends hardly to visit and inspect the Kbools and makea : friends and so many good things to eat, O rtor-Jl.illtlojab! (Tirwt It Kun.>pnney garden track to this place fur shipment .p\

,1 knew him since seeing hint a few years report on May let, with recommendation all of which must appeal mOISt touchingly -Mits! Malay Brady and Choir north.Mr..
Hymn 137-Cbruttbe! Lord I* Risen<< Today.
1\' ago when he was here sailing racing.kls as to which ones should be abolished. to the heart of a bachelor like hioiK-lf -<'hulr H. I. Kothtrrperger, of Sea J

:. 'on Indian river. This was taken ss the starter of a movement We are informed by one of those who Sermon Breeze, accompanied by his broUierinla -

J%;!' Monday evening a concert .as given in favor of consolidation. chanced<< to be r'lWt'ntlat the hair was Tb Voice Triumphant _.._______-. .StulUMrs. Mr. M. IL Knowltoii li.lfal, .'
) in the opera home for the benefit of the The resolution has been passed author. a molt thoroughly enjoyable one-an. DrohaiuOrfan Maine wr-re in Titu-vtlle a few days a, u, r

Indian River band combting of several' billl the governor to appoint a coramij- how could it be anything rite with that 1Il1ull3f--Mm Stnf Daisy fa O'er..ChoirBtn Brady guests>fthe Indian Kiver hotel. Mr. K. "t

: elections rendered by the band interpened '. .ion of three to have the swamp. am urbane and at the aerie time j-}\'iallo'r. diction was here to see Mr. Ht in rt'prdI i f

v., with popular\ conga and piano' overflowed lands surveyed.! sonage known here for the past generation S.pnnoea-Mrs Harry W l-->11. Mr*. S. E. leading The Breakers, at era Irwaltaiu t

doe by Mes n. Castkman and Haight -- .- as Mr. Tom Johnson whose witty; Rio. MM lUi y 8n.ot,. MM Ethel HirkwnAltv I Ibis summer. Mr. Butt ha concluded tif .
; two traveling musicians Owing to the BILL FOE ST. LUCIE COUNTY. and taking remarks are always catchy; Tetmr-*Mra.-Mr LawrewtHaile. John Walker!, Mr. Weir.lttw.Hr. give all his attention Ui the I .>U:1 here

'nry alight attendants the rvcvipu mere and appropriate to any and every wx-aiir-n. H B. (;JibU.i. )!r. W ttaiker.Violinut I this summer, and since then Mr. K. hat (
Monday was rattier a busy day in the
,Ufht. We hope the next benefit entertaioment We hope our esteemed county trwwur- -Mr. Wm WjuUrW'tt.fhrrctm drerdid ta run tbe Breakers this tunm.trPennev
: legislature. In the senate Mr. Hudmn such and *-Mn. Ja4. !> 'nbam.4rviees
=' fur our band will be more liberally may live to enjoy many more happy Organist l ..
4, patronised. presented a bill to create St. Lade (roun surprises as grwted him lat week. at 11 o'tlork .- .- 4

ty and to provide for iU organization and The largest arni bf't line f.f la.Ji 11Ot1 Victor talking A! llunniiij MachineViiU' are' giving aasy '''t 4. i.'I

; POLITICS IN IT. government This it tt.e proposition to When in nerd of a nil'"l1m".r suit ':t will tie f' nmi at Penney A BlInnu./.. dollar purchae get a ticket on name.every 4 j
call at PiANrt & Hu\1'1..11. ..
1g Front Drlaa4 News. divide this county. )Ir. Hudson also! introduced J --
The Clothiers and Furnishers.LAST ,
e The effort to divide BrtTarxl oxinty, a bill la punish the" sale, gift and I SEBASTIAN PETITION. I CHURCH NOTES. i' I

1 making two oonnti out of tKc omu exchange of intoxicating: 1 liquor with the SAD RITES. I Mr. ti... sap Jo Tit- : Y, o :cordially invited f i i If prevnt t j'z
We des w4 know emiuole Indiana tu rile! f rota Nrbaetunon Sunday! rats lethe of the llt\'ill : r
utlnm. 'It''' in
t nisin quite I Haptiichunh a }
ne.. V terday roornui* at 9 ()'ct! ck all that that there are over .>1 riSuvf-ma potiontii'iipil r
the ins and outs ct this edart. but as a The bill to create the county of MLnciewaa was mortal of the tote I John H. Mc- I ( i by the triple of ba.iian to the : on Ntnday, April ''in: !, at II 1.

t rulesoch things are corked bY"'PiriDl introduced in the house the '-rfrtt that tftUre t-> bra ..inwnmotUli am.. and 7;3:i p m, J-ptvul F+tr.r I'
of Mr. F A. -
"ullooxh.1'01i I/iKiey wUidlo ;\ .
politicians who cannot control the politic following day, Toely. county, they want to tot! retained inthe nuwic wilt be rt-n.j.J't"tt. The lr\\'. topinr '
.. rwt in TitiHViHe! cemetery, the { oU nMntv This oukl more than trl.
of the county as ronstitau when thet.5m a ill \lit! tied at tax close of the UIf.
SHOES frp."lTrRIJnY OODI > I funeral s-rtice brims bell m the MctKo- !ofi..t the information laitded into us la t \.
r= k made. This may not lilt the ca e >raw in* boob and w bite cloth dirt church on.iocle by Uev. A, D. 1It"t'ku That a majority had gnl n hut nenwr. 'i'-ullll.I1Ct.rJO! at 10 a 1P'j j

: in Bimri there may be got..i couatim and suffideet Galvanised tub: j<*i'..J.ah baoiotJ.U.L.CroIof' l'enrry. A* a mark c- reason fur making i o d-wr This lyings the Diattrr n lhl back to tin '
trie rtt.crd l atten-1-d the funeral Rev. MIlf16e WAht.m Irruhlti
101 public I stated in tl rue uiiimris\ tu
rt'b shade or blind j >*iiion
..saw-'ea Onwhed p leather belts JJ't"I.ia14Q cents in a bxiy, the drvr&'nt liavirjr i
,silk V_ UUJ-1 Bicycle tires, tape and sun.tritaChas. I' ttf\ I its w III! that i* a t iiti't the a ill
Tilu Florida ; again
A. Gardner
to, A complete line of gentlemen' low cut !ue, ilorml tnbulrt were J-.f'1* and of great j tfa naaj-'nty of its regntrretArn.. < r Jrtrr 'ton' holy Saturday > at H. A odrrvs r i

. ": shoes AU shapes and culorc at den my I ltt"Snty. It U tlamled that there are a fen nam..a shun, Fort I" t'n.v. wornintpnrr : .

:'''' tt Braaninlt's. FUR LiLt AT A RABOAIX. The Jt"Ct'L"'t'If; + 1)01)19 years of tf.wrek that at-prtron bub the abe irlluns. S3J a. tu ant. umniunwu 91'1. -f
; :.' After April lit will offer 10 gn.i and that minors liaLo"n miiocnj to
last bfCi.iw fur him
!: it &nv to
wry : caret 'Prj Of Jistff: 7-J) ID Fiat,
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t...: milch cows for sale, all fresh since Jan. ; sign. A nan bal .1\1 i f,gti I.r-titiort, -
"" .'-r '- ();MnlH\l. $: ro pet I\\ ft. Ut. For panicoUn! address, I undergo a turgid 1 o(
il\'. .: E. W. \UOL", Oru) nd, Fla F W. A)IICX, On&ond. 11*. gamine hot after the operation hat turnsuarsfafy mruiingof he t4t...,. trxxj,*! have bit slaw a. n>., morning Nner '
#';- performed hweced Iy"t.rm tlra\ name struck ofTot both | iitl<--'<. lrhiljreu's service 14)0) a. : f
: '. ) mraeeltg
:: ., ,: wAmia.k rue U1.L 1 It it tl.e tarOt'fot I'.J"awr..f THE *-r ilL and 7
r under the .Ifof one poi: -olon and I.ra)er canon 7 .1i) p m. At AH
.. a;=x;" _'., 'Chickens for killing, by rrau Flat bosomed fish boat and a fiat bottomed he pfcerd tray Wc>inr tla y moriiinL. 5 to give the tree fate m regard r..1t-t.> this in.- -a.tu chunh \V %rta 'i.Jnii, Jx rcotnaiQnKifi 't
\\ x. r. CUlrnu, portant qowtion.: *<> that ocr an s ith triraun !OOi a IB"t
5 : _- In food orvk-r. WtlibesoUHteap.
'-' ':' _Mrihourtse, FU.COMK IDq'1'reltTIUMuo: The devoted mother and near ", I frt corrrttJy infarard, tat acre there -t. Paula, TtbtAr:.lrfi, t'u'nu.eJ'r.w
YfJ' :i{' have' the sncere tj mpath of tie p.u i,.e ar tau f>dr> fc> a qt w.u. ooc man may and irrajooU> (> u,. ,Palsy It :
,* ;:'-'" .... i!of thu w buU$ *rct>oa in this ia t they te atnere In t..injt ant'rml1uo ai t. .sit Tuehotay io F4.rrr atta at '-t. .tuoirr.r. 1
'f; To the Tlttaville Ksclsnith hop to !'have ""iaiML that k.btntJrt-h diSm-r.l a Un ties- fort !'incr. l.y tt,lfUGOo/h 1IJJ1 a. a
} :nt TOOT work 'done. The only"penoced About SS acre of good hub land on id from another fUr loiDt by uthrryaKirr. }-'ndsyrnt ? b. rrlrranl yntrriaiIisunt t
4' biacksmitb in town. All work the ea.-4 or ocean side of the Indian ricer 91", "*rt'iiij pn.r 7 Jffl j I' ....
l NOTICE Tt THE Pt uc.
i* -' nannteed and promptly attended. U the Narrow, described u !olio..: Lot I .\I..r ocdrrtl it now, tja.tuny -------- --
it Work done cheaper than aDi I{So. 3, section 55, also U So. 3, section I fore oprne i s //Cf1A.yrl.\- and a;, first i 4iU! tv&i a division ttmntea HUt II.UU'f1f .HOP.Dub'l 4 e
: the.... A1au DniCpumbtr>t. sitd !s&. in toweahrp 31 south, range 39 east.. a restaurant and ts.arjtnr t ivk.r in the. r""utaoT.! fsikr.nd, or.t nith about s
'' buiUmz. tax favor of jr the s. ('I'AUI&1 I ")'1- 1 do aU Buda of Ll.d. _
the !- !bit l&nJ U unimproved bet finely how Scna.icor ai turner olI f nani.s in yjiwr
;, twoa! miringdon C one. Titu"Utlti'J" Canis sUe tAurot farther partkalanadJre. ** Main tHai and \V4.V.cgVsf. avriuir aDd: j if S+i.dry the ollr with 3i r.a:&*. in taor i&J4n.b aM a an srsrk, horse .....r;: S
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done b v. I' E. M. Low, { solicit the of:!x J :sWc. 'of r!:'aam'.rv in the oil ocrJtty if the ds- sad run repairing Gall ad we tot!
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THE FLORIDA STAR tot they would sot mate good the :DO YOU GET UP

losses to battle.

a Ea- n4 at tkpa t*e*at TttwrUl* M Russia make a better showing than WITH A LAME BACK ?
] Wwst. tdlfraJtsbilsW. hare been eot ptcQOQS la battle yet I Sitocj Trouble Miles. Yes JCscnNe.I A Healthy Liver Makes

PU8Lfh9)! EVEBY FRIDAT MOBKISarn oat of a dozen to distinguished serenl Man
A Well
hare been wounded or otherwise re- I Almost everybody who reads the new

tWtl/C1JR10xfl.1. mvYIr Uered and nwnane brought to the :, papers to sore to bow cf the wonderful

fore. ._ Over each 100,000 men there I P II v I ewes nude by ftr.
"t.rashes ..... t srak.o4 Os KBiner'sSwarap-Raot.
should be. Including the chief at least
taw 3 .., the
.. great kidney, over
five leaders of Indlvldaal distinction. tIn tad bladder remedy.j .
? : ,
It vast fc*ela.rij Baderrtwd that .eftWTa the little Boer wax tier were more 't It b the great med.Tl .
otTU aw iu editor is rwponaiNe fer cal .
: triumph of the nineteeath
epInloBS krIlone. esta reputations made "at the cannon'amonth" .. i
s ., by subordinate leaden twllD century; da-
covered after year of
the whole series of the so called greatest s scientific research

r When John Howard Payne wrote battles of modern times. Yet there Dr. Kilmer. the emi

'Home, 8wet Home." be bad ia mind ban been brilliant work on both sides. .. neat kidney and bead.der enatlt tlu t

i ; "; that place of habitation for which the wonderfully successful In specialist promptly and caring Is A P lILY T1G1TA3L1 'COMPOUND and th. FW5T ftl-

$ bt man heart yeanw when temporarily Law Is King. lame back kidney. bladder uric tcU trou- neT Uf* KIBiOXZ; Don Do not felt your systam

.w from UI borne Home i* bles and with Calomel Arsenic Quinaa BIUiKl fo a -
tolD moorings. It ought to be easier to get rid of a Bright'j Disease which is the worst cr guaranteed
more thin that-born in its highest form of kidney trouble. curt torah l disuses produced A TOVI3 UTU
bad Uw than to depose a bad king and Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not reccmrneadedfor and DfVU BLOOD ft will cure bl.AlrA without la.,-
another baa writ-
4 1e1I1t".althoucb poet also easier to amend an imperfect law everything but If you hive k&aey bi deadly affects cf for that

T, ; Un. "'Ta borne wbere'er the heart than to reform a faulty monarch. Law liver or bladder trouble will be found purp iCthe boW purchawd today mat sass you from

Sa.Vhft strangers form ao acqoalntaace U the ultimate authority in this country Just the remedy you need. It has been tested a sick spell tomorrow. Quick!* cures, C.Bitlpatlea. -

x the first question ItTjwe in so many ways In hospital private DyiMfiU, MalarU OOUa. u4 all UftrCompUlati.
and theoretically the people bow the Used and recoountnded the medical
-\\ do liter or "Wber do practice among he'pheastoo poor to purchase by fro-
you to It, but practically there are so relief and has proved so successful la fusion tsRsraHy.
; 4fjtj bail from r or "Where Is your be case that a special has
many evasions for wbat seem to every arrangement A
boner Whether the borne dwelling good reasons that the majesty of the been made by which all readers of this paper PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'SENDORSEMENT

U a cottage or a mansion, ia built of who have not already tried It. may have a

wood or of stone does not signify Inlca.frlne law is violated. To evade a particularlaw sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book Dr. A. J. Hannah. & lading physician\ of UmalHIa
because it Is bad cast a discredit about
telling more Swamp-Roct and how to "
FU, sari: 1 have been Htrbma in my practice
that The Important
query upon the principle of law. Commentbe find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. S and am well plaastd with the results. I always
," thing in fleW Is what are the surroundings When writing mention reading this
upon the general disposition to generous keep some on hand and think it a >grand madioa f
and who the associates of the offer In this
are paper for BUkxisnass and Liter Complaints?
make new laws, the Saturday Evening send address
new acquaintance your
People are "ilzed up." 89 to speak Pouf says: Dr. Kilmer&Co., Large Bottle, 50c Avoid All Soktitutes +
Ar J; We do not need new 1&...; we have too hamtaa. N. Y.
': ; : on the social and moral side, accordingto many alreadyhat we nerd U tbe senstb regular fifty cent and RcU,1teG&. Ballard Snow Liniment Co.

the locality they call home. There and honest enforcement of eiiitinf dollar slits are sold. by all good druggist!

;+ are ties about a dwelling, pleasaut] and law off.. And until we we shall shut never our ears be greatly afatnat t>*reformers tttr .- Aunt make any Uuke. but runt-niter St Lout. U. 9. A i
X stand memories and ;yet a family shouting for new legislation and the name wami -rw*. Or. KiliM-rV t\wahlt
trkky politicians calling for new grantsof Eoot, and the address, BiughAiuiou. \ 1 ., ;
may more nmwa the street or next on buttle.
power when their only purpose Is to every
\ door to another ward or to a neigiilior- dUtract public attention from the fact

r ring farm and still the Plt"mllt'l"i'will that they already have under existing law DIrpatrl"H say a 011111 nantfd Kcommand. .. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
all tbe they need If they would but '
F: not feel that they bare abandon all power a Hngvian fleetVb,-re the RED CROSS PdkR> use It. Sensible Judges with fogless minds, TITDSTILLE ani EAU OILUE PHAtmiCT. EiD OALLIS
:, that tbe woN liotne" Implies Neighbors sensible executive with courage and hoaMty Mt of his nautf? __ _.. _.._. ...._ h_ _ !
; -ltut U our need. Aid the -
} t frK-ud. playmates general everyday statute books only postpones the filling of "I have nod Chanibetlam' M tOltl\dl

asaodates, belp to male ties that that nenl. and Liter Tablets uitli nOtot "atlrItCh.ty Southern Railway.

are sweet t>> remember and luluful to It Lu* been held tbat the only way results," says 11n.. F.1.. l'ltt'II"111i1l8.-
f 4 "* Ion, Texas. For itt>lii'e ttoi., biliousness trnt-rIVc: \'. I. 1004.Xu.30 .
: : tiE'nr.I1merit1 D abroad calla to kill a tad law U to enforce it aud
anJ rnr/rtipatianth.r.: tablt-uarv! hut -::. -: c -:- -: :. .
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2. Arr.l1'lc\ borne; a citizen of the L'uit.,l make it unpopular. That i* a drastic excellent For I' lied (.'...** 1'fiar "ladle: Ill'tweeaJarkwal/tt.aaJr.wSark.- -- \.. 1It ...

l State; vlsltlug Canada or Mexico calls method, but it inculcate the idea that macy. lLzJTSSpi! { i Iil,. 11--,.

.. .the country across the line home. Acitizen law la to be obeyed because It i* law. !=:: 8 l.v Jst kaunviU., t1.. ....: 1+u,J(,. Ar.hBv. v ... Yi p
I It's the man aim the man irliin the 13 IS al101p' .-.. Ar. I ISO i; ..I.. >o p

: of MUsouri' or of Kansas: : tour- Our executive, judge and lawmaker gun in the Kn inn ile,.t on nlioni eft-r\- _U_s--------!!::::.: DLrp_! _Art'hs-k4te X ('. .... : So._ ky. .. Lvll :. t P5(( s .._ -I aM. a

-., lug In the coat or late states speaks are themselves accountable to law so thing: depend. now.riaomol.rt. .. ..e.! VI95o"p I.._ -__). 6ri 51 I 1r Riehnvol, V, "' k_RLv_ ItWII "I+ :. .11 t

t of all Missouri' or Kansas as borne there can be no reasonable pleading of - ]... .. .. 9ISai Ar. vViuhln/ft/ .>... I). ('. Hn, Ky Lv. I$51 a' .. f tal) t

and an upstate or down state farmer discrimination. A perfect law may be Itlrh. 1125 I.j-...-.' 91 ia Ar. feiltlmurr \IJ-.1' I(- R Le. 1 st : I 1 m p
Are often frustrated MiiMrn break- 2 S3 115 p I Ar "hil..I I..bla. IV. I' R. It Lv. 1M. 'N p
'_ TUHiug another section looks upon his Impossible, but i erfect respect for the by 630 ii---------! flap _Ar. New York, V Y .I'.RIUs lu..1 i1bp I :"
41/5! n, due to ditpriK-u or constipation.Brace . . .., .
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his home. Hill -- -- *- !
particular county as Intent of law will do away with many talc
and l Hr Klin's New Life
op XOIo. 33 and 34: -"St* York aud Florid Erprrwl" Wily i'atlaaa Ikartag k..s {l'
y t and river and plaliu and forests help of the evils that may come from luiperfeit l'illll.! They take out the material \\ !Inch SiM-ping ll r between Jck.iHiTllIe and New Turk.

.s to make home agreeable, but tbe main art closing jour wrgtrp", *i.d give yon N'*. $* and 33-"\\';. ,hiujt<>Q and FWiJa limited" 11ioo"1 NIhM.a I....... km..
that : Individuality/ statutes a m-K Mart. Curt I lunUilnaiul dizzt- lrtl.iUjf 'ar ln-tween Jark'.xirtlle and New York '
stamp 111'011 .. ,
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new too. At Itnl i ('I'/!'> I'Mrii'HCv. 25,' --- - .
one's Uwelliig place are the home iieoie The N>w Outlet For Japun. Guaranteed. No: 311..; 'hruuch"1bIU' : the Io- ..M"baily. ':

| and the tltutfobn wbi<.h they : A prominent Japanese official iu '!_ '__ ___ _' __ Y ,
-- 'M Lv. JadL..UrllO;e, n.'r.. I! UI .

t and lupportLookius Washington! whose name Is withheld, 1215 a, Lv. Mvamuh. (U ,. ..... .........-.. ___........___...-.s1, Itf. Ar i! iULv. a
; I t <. at borne in Its broadesttense U quoted us saying that at the end of 8 Oil a j Ar (' .huul.i.o.,4' ,. ...-......._..u..u......,........a+.A Sy. I i 11* .
i;\ $I 'L establishing a borne la an act of 1 SO II l Ar '\h*rl1lt' N.('.. -. .......... ........... ....... ... .. S II. .Lf. till 1
e. : 'ii the war In tbe east the inlkado' gjverumeut Tutt's sPills 237 n Ar. Ilutprira5. X.(-........-.. ..- . .__ ....h. .... Hl _, Lv ',ills a
1- p. trlotism, and devotion to home Upatriotism. will encourage the soldiery to Slit) p l Ar huosriileTruta. un .. ... . . _. __. f'o" I.. eat e
Tbe del pl lHUt'tlt of the U.' Ar Hi...muses, uni,1, < s ('. | tN'mt.
; settle In Korea and Manchuria. This '__' ..; :.:_-.:.:::. -.::;. _:: t !-oL !

i' i! bane town or township or county toe course will eventually! make tho e two stimulate the TORPID LINER 211 and 31'14111&1. Aras iu( 10011I and "lftl M -J
: a patristic duty, and a feeling of personal countries Japanese In fact, even strengthen the digestive organ, St. Utuu. daily
pride and Interest In its fortunes though they do not remain under the regulate the bowels, and arc no ,- ...=.::. .;:.:::::: --.:-"'::::.....:-- ..:_.......:;;. ,

equaled as antNTIBILIOUS Su. 13'lll. ."! tha :Nurlh attj Vt ..!. ; .N. II -
r Ii one of the strongest defenses against: suzerainty of Jaiuiu. I I __ _._ ________ _______ ___ ,
; ; a roaming disposition. There will doubtless be little weed to MEDICINE, .. n.) V; l.v.J..I..nllw. k)... .. ... -.-. -... At. t. a _
wall _.. .. 31111. Ar. )1..0011 tin. 1y... ... ........ .. .......__. LvL : tai.
r A bumble cottage or even four soldier In In malarial districts th*r virtues are
stimulate the settlement .
520 a : Ar Atlanta: $u. Ily.------------------ ;,11 .. p. .. ...
{ located in a community of tried friend tbe coiujuert-d territory. It usually widely recognized, as in they freeing poascas theB U i" a'r (' !'oJ. .... ...... .. !.*, :: li P .
peculiar properties A lutiunalt. .\l-14 .... ..... .
and coworkers may inclose ail tint the riuJ'In a war here the native land )item from that pui MNL Lkgaatly 7 Ji,1 p rID 4.1110-.11 : Lt_ M .
heart for to feed the home In augur coated. :_ S |>' LT U".-I H..ti. I.-.d"wr Res ne .:....:::.. .. "LvL i N a "
i t' yearn U overcrowded with population, as In Ar ('birxI, hit Fi Pawls.. ... .
>ur .
Take No Substitute. 710aiVss. : : !.._ ._ .. '_-' :_ e :tIt IL:
t I stinct. It serves today as a refuge i the case of Japan. __.. .. p, l.v CI"t'IIJUAtl, )'tflU 1.110"6. ..... .. .... .. ..UL a M *,. .

t I, ,4 from the storm of life' battles and to I And where tbe soldier take up new .. 710 _At_t'bwagn_ ,.___ 1'cna larga._ : :::...... .:.:: _. : r 1 ,
morrow as a temple of rejoit-iuK oterllf borne a large emigration of their non ._ it t% |>', LT UniBiiiti. t'.11 4. Il-\tllMO. \? te/i .

I, : .'. victories. The dwelling Is the : combatant friends I* sure to follow. 1, Te.Vutl'.lraitk&o/1'4cAtaJBa.1. 7:0.: Ar ChiajC'I. ('.II..t U- I",!,! .: Lv. : : cut p .
HmUing Bod nrr /'Ir.Mu.t.f. __ ft IS p LT (CitinunAti f 11 .x .tH-Wirb.CftL. .. Ar 7.u iMM .
t home's citadel. The outworkA are It bas always been tbe policy of con I .. .. 5-' t. ; .\r.1'.I<<1... ('.11 S U -)!s h. (Yet Lv pi

} everything that constitute: the com querora to colonize in their new possession RUDDERHOWTO _'-n-* a 1 .(r I"r" (' II .t.-l IMb."W..:.: __ Lv i yaW. r t

\ munity's strength. 80 long as the *, and Japanese statesmen bAn BOOKS __ w9i P: Lv t ialnnati. 1"IoQ l..ia...... .......... .___ .h..a.; _

I. citadel is guarded the borne U safe, read history It they make use .. 55) r.Irthttatari-- - --J'tIlU._. 1..1..-. ..,.-___. .:.- .'---. Lw e1p .
the aright Ovw yI o baAl' hjvt ta hill frora the tiropanted . .,10 pi Lv ( touuiwti, Big Feur: .'_' _. "..". ." Ar I. '-_ .
'!r but If the outworks' are neglected of the present advantage to extend ,I. m W>c.U Suuc..fu4. wUri la .. .. II i.\ a srie'ah", kl. h ur. ... Lv **
scar dune r i .p. ivttj it flJ.tcu1l : ::: ::: :- : : : Fi1 I
t borne Is In dancer new civilization on the mainland. Re- .truinc "'.:: pestle.. .tI''m "hat n at __ ... __ 530 P lv.lnitlWlnn.oou Ry _.__ . Ar I
tpect U always paid to the best man I how to nuke it Tot tr mdr urn pie. .. :. HlOp Ar"IJa l.u+unhr: Mu It--------. .. LvLv I ?to JiNo ,
( Stresgtp *rNV 't.I..u14 Sq 1(1 .. .. .
Army Manchuria __ '- '' p'
in a conflictKearney's. : --: -' '- --=- ; .;.-: .;;.;== ,--. .' .-- 1
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There is a about the H Ion* ..f.1..>.: Uri cMf <.cVl tio**.11.. l
mystery uuro Vrp f her of troop CfLUtij In Mau burls i HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK (' sad I'ullnun Hlf-rug Can 1t,t'f'U Js:'...vUb.*4 Uwfc**

\ which will probably not 1-e clrumi up l'lt-nl. RaM lot slogan. 'I *'..A J .tw.trf lost H4 tot b'i.ifl.rK. .M.' I.I.a.*....>rrl tx.> La..b.I......"' ..h ---,------ -- -- -- ..
f until the day of official rei,orts at the "The Cbin -.e must gor: I* no longer ; ... '-*.fr-**.lOW f.-t...t .. ,ott4c.. b(.t& 5 I No. 13 Hvlwi.. J.fkoae.IllessJ h.a.lrr. M s. I

end oj th* war. One thing uotU-pal.if bean in the laud and that not becaue :.I.HOW k...TO pr BUILD....rtla A RACING Ca4 r,. ear SLOOP c.... ...(. .... ::::-h..,p .\---J:
In the accounts given by 'orrt'IDII.M antipathy to the yellow men Is dying! .sass a A. ._&, 4.. x4: 4aas-w. tu.7 "\0i& ...... leis ._ ._. .. ) a Ar .VtUnU. <>* Ko Hy Lvtv \\ \ <
__. ... Ar UnipinzhAm. JiyH65p
out. but for the reason that the numbers -L..1 .II n. ; j .
t cuts U the repetition of the names vf i HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH' ...... Ar \n.pbw. Tmn FiU. LvFU :; 1 II
of Chinese are fading steadily 0.1 .. ,. ._. .. ( Mn r,;.,.. :
leaders In the battle All told. 5.ple .c rn- u n; .u. 40 a Ar jays Iv .,
M great ....t.., ,.11I. .a.- e.l .." ':,r arc.F ,..- -.. .
lu the decade from !<4I) to liAk) the ----
.. the Jeianeae seem to pos sera but half 'f HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT S<.. 11 and II"Tb r1eri..I.iIlUW.' F", ily
Chinese population decres from A *- st... .* .o _.: '-..t u<4 rate .I.w.
a down leaden of promincuce. One 6 f I 1 _' Mil.MI 1M*.turn *M... ( t;\rr1.i.F\r1sl''' l'r'AIiaihittL.

A the number, i)yang. 1s the frnrral ia l:7J'In the United titans to P2.f"1 ': HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOP J. C. I 1"ftK, Itiilrlrl .'....bfrr .*....!. lea H .*l IU, Mr.*,. J.. -.Hk, n...
: ..... ..... .. ._
There are but lolal In San Francisco A t5t I4a 0 4 U> ralnrtn1 kM .
chief and not a leader of men while .....-.I ,.. C.'Ckt..IT..M. H .II.T.UIUt.U f %

are others are army commanders and tiiday a* against two or three times ; HOW TO 8UILD A fLATTlC OR '"""Pit \1.11. ii iftimirh.r T M- 'UIHI.\I "U'ltH" \ \tIt f' .t

that number .- Kearney raised his (...,....u........ .. *.....,t. ,." c-. therefore not at the head of the line ..... lit ..... ,. _...' ..IM' ,.,.."eo :alr,
I when fighting. crusade.Evaa I HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL TACHTA..m.Mea.r' TUE
Originally a Japanese division bad a I II 54J ... ...... &4'. .Iot"ft- I. o..oi.-" The Motor
t ; Roberta, tbe nominal leader of
turn ttrrnftb of Baru men Ou that & kt .
W6lt a forof 4<*V.M) would cam the great rellg'oui! revival In 1Vaka : PRICE $1. EACH :

i* derctil.d U a nt'tfi'i'. Dt'llLrr a {"t.trt.xwl
about division dt I!
i prUe t..t"J1tr..H'O

vkted probably tutu u.ue corp \ Wesley \Yhitt-nekl nor even a 1 I..IJ .. t! .r..._ loth.o.,.. He t* without tae of
poser elapuptteeor that
curpa commander .buU loe dun,; THC RUOOCR PUBLISHING COt 0 Motes !
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j.frv uj l3t: .-tl"1a.1...[' i.n4tlrg
thing to ia odoUI and .
nar tow MJ.sar "T IIT Ni. ro*>. USA
a \MI; Mt-ju of ULie la k't'ft't al.t4a
( s..q k ; IJtJrt.r asstr. '."
cock, "aonewall" Jackie. St.>riliu. lion sod vrajrr Le emerj;il to fire the ..AL.U L.Ma. a* -

snots of tL. maws with rvf.i! >u* ardor .
r Ihr.rtrwt.* Jae"j stand, alolw for t'nlrlt'uf and
The founder of i )
1 Hooker and others made fame as corp Christianity. welearn s r.-III h.
from the s>>,>{H narrat:v* often a'I'I

ttltnnanerrxI duni; ,: hU ciioUtrr on earth ""e&! KILLTHICOUCHI It hi&'I jilr-nt of njfUl Iud it I.,
A d.\UK>u commander with 1:. >
Into a t&tlI' mnlitate &\ THE LUNGS ; E b he it ill*** the
at his back should aw make tril apart ntGU to ,I -RE rt "' I1I(,$ gf.J4td.

:a" Inftrvkes.. It is nest likriy that the and praj = -T---: ; .: !< !J It is j, rtct iu iu..1 work

,;, divisloa with a paper strength of IV "IH Dr. King's .< ? .1 iilau+hlp.1
'. Now that a statue of Rain ll;>u.tua ..
' r tall men early in liM now masters: ;
.. J/ ;; aut'iUl'
: rnt'tbIDC.
tas tn added to the t4tat
\ efig'M in
. half that numb for tattle Japan tall la the New Discovery ... G'= lrud fur ut.l( uc.Br' .
nay cmpUol at Washfngtanthere I
I I. taa&Ui&ed last year heavy 1U'lin - .
and the all of which U salts pnxp vt than the present -'
Korea at Mtparts. Price
; I @ubOnt figured In the numbers nt!. I geceratkka will took up tae tutory of FOR QUCIPTION SOC 151.00 Bridgeport1ac iae & Motor Co.

i i mated to b. In MancburU. Nearly all I tU remarkable ash typiral Americas Fr(e Trial. dgeport' ,

}" : t'- *of fee ori
purpose have marched to the froet. out tow tu case 1* froAOunMtl ia the THROAT and LUNG TBOUB- .
, 1i: ; j state which Hsia t'jn. ', LIB, or MONEY BACK.
N. HITCHCOCK 4 CO. Trt-svOle
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'". ->> '- "" "JtKl,. iaa-slsat'.acsf..esat.>. the emfrtb divisors winch the Boa-

.:.... ;; .; -L.W". ". .'a. Jan* sofffr at the hands of their little Make <1
= ".. n a.- .f.......11 'We- brown ,eaimlM, "wtDe the 'nations Money .
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:;-';, ', ::u....... .. '"" '"'--. witfala tbe auUMn' .i

:: ; t.t'! ., t.d.aisaei.: 'fOoo.D.L..aMr. eases from St Petersburg news.that
; In Californiar
_-,< : cfaecrv;with Its ttotiatte tadkatioa of : a i
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:'i1"' : ....a....t .L .. unity aad hope If'the' breast of at ,
;1. .......-.'&... .u. heat ties vt that 4lauta' rtdta 1'"tSe.
..eI 'JaMs +arr'Tw- say a wrtter.fa the Metropolitan M'g- fare
t". t""' 4 tnwnr J.E. WUtw.Tui.TUk, utoe: If you are industrious and capable you en make money tKere. The LiJ tests

Ttt .,..... htsrso.t3.s.. ;.Ie J.0.P. 'CoaDt> apostle of reform breaking up into small farms that need more workers to care for the increased 1

:",' :J ....dL' .,1. seal peace for 1131a.has taken another product. The towns and cities are prosperous because the country is prosperous.

tt+ ._ ate? looking to th* education of the There are great valleys of the richeSt soil in America waiting for you. If you a

,' -m COMMWatOlTEia-I.: k4 ignorant masses and baa opened ia 8L haft a little capital you can own one of these small farms .yourself, or you can f

'?, ,; .,. ...caainaM*w.E. Wallr. Tile Petersburg with brand tarooghoat rent one oa snares and pay for it out of the product in a fewyears. We will
'-- .f'* \etr v **'8. Mint Ia4kaa.. ; Ja,. C the country, atom to supply the send you descriptive booklets and folders firing full information about the
f x 'leMI. J.y; Trwk Bn. Walte Ctar. acboola of the four people with booksat '
$ t,, Ban** ..' ....... Wi.. Heoday. u ,the cost of .manufacture. UoabkUtatue opportunities forevery member of the family. *
:Wt:' ,." each aw :!: '" You want to what the is really like there work
;, : of his limited means to do see country ; you can go a
1'.vt::COCSTT SCHOOL 8O an.-B.F. Uszd.- store Tolstoi ha* perfected a system few months, enjoy the delightful climate, the flowers, fruit and scenery, and earn

!%.t**II1Il."On.ekrir+w.,Beta!. "..*..*.017.; AJ.Car kesalrs..t t tfDof .. whkh. by the expenditure of the large enough to pay your expenses both Ways by taking advantage of the tt

{ "dsss srs W4 tort Itatday 1. tusk OG&L sum of money be has donated wlil
.'1J'if'; ';, place in the band of the utterly ignorant

1.r.r4f; BLOWN FROM'RIVER BOTTOM peasants the first rudiments or

",. _,. ", 1-_ 1 that education which can effect their Rates
''!f. :t; uplifting. It Is only of the bun Bargain
'W :,.. :MaduN. Cy e1M'a A.autltaili a. one
;i :( .S..rr..Id, ,. T...*L. dred worthy chaflUra of a grand oM .

,!;;iz] Bkbard. Creedcn; who, was recently man '
: : from the heading of the Brooktytt 1 Had Btuuia a few more Tobtols anda '
rr .WoW.'. few less You Piehrea the might Dot Every Day March 1 to May 15. vQO
tunnel, under the East deer 4t.
today be cutting an abjrct figure before -
{ 4&; ctfbe* his experience a* follows *ay-
the of the nations.
< the.New York World PromOO From
$ $ On
;; ?1" :JWeH, If I hadn't known bow to awitn( Beat risks..for O tMr... I

: J. "" I:Wouldn't be here 'now. I p>t tb.", When yon bat a cough owdknie for QU SL Louis. '.
l ';
,tug around me. I thought everything JOG can place implicit tonfi.leiK Too
Y'wail;over with me but then I thou tth want one that not only rvliwrs bat CUM
i.- You that is onqarnttonably For colonist tklwU. Corrtpoa redt/ced rats fry almost E
nb/ point UHM
;:, I'" make a fight for It. 80 I putlml want one one-way < any *
harmless. You want one that la pUwHot trip b cauland comfortably mad via t&e Rock hlaad. Two r ut..-... through New
the timber away and went through UM other Colorado.
j to like Chamlwriain's Coogh Remedy Mexico. through
"iit'- .th*' bole a* f Ait. u I could. lies it oiM>ii all of dose conditions There is Through tourist car*-boors quicker than any other Eat*. DouUo daily tourist "",te. via D PaM ;
l q ttemnl like a hundred years to. w". nothing so foal la the coughs and roid -OVW..kly via Colorado Diamf-car *.rric. .AJ fr*. -ltalaf chair car. botk rouUa. t
: '.:; U'I.a bug way through twenty-flvt> incident chiWhood. It U also a certain The Rock bland has*s.atativ.s throughout the Uniud State; they are ward ..,.,u aJ
fJ feet of water for a man .-bu.. out o! preventive! and rare for croup, and caa avo you aou,. Yea tai .... their aH etuK. ia anaaf iag the Califoraia trip lot th. akag.CoMuIt .
iit; : ,breath 'pulling timbvr away there ta no danger whatever from wlwiop.inj your hoses ticket agent or write to the twd r Sgnd far our California book sod c A4.t*
1t'o."Jot-t; when we went into :cough a lieu it is given. It has twn foUer-Acrou the Gmti .at ia a Touriat SMeper.It. ."

t = the tunnel and It wash't twenty mlu'.jp' owdin many epidemics of that disease ........ ta. Rack Waal ,... twit ..r. .. Cfif..iwhfc b.. .., 4fr
Tlu-rr with perfect succvss. For hie by Red ..... M.. ., die. UM t twt .-<<.... wrf* ww... ... M4JOHN
ate before the blowout came Crocs Pharmacy. ...row, .... aM.....1...ill t aiti.pi.......
';iJfif! were fire of us to the Iit' J1orr. Jar 1 CIII ... file iii ill ...-. ...... aM ...a t.I .
>:.i $-, gbeeby and I on tbe "apron." Th ".....rIa.l.. sad ... I
Ji ,apron I* a platform for the men t" "1 confe*." said I>r. Dobbs in the SEBASTIAN,
',- .. reach tbe upper part of tbe shield. London Argus, That the victories of r trts..a.r T ffUCHICAGO.Rork. 1..... SyMs '

..*- .. Tbe _ahieW U anMl and ti bait tit the vegetarian Japanese though not ...... ..... ret J ,... I* Calif...& ea4 .... ea.-.... a ver IliasYatdtJ t
h A 't". Ugh and baa doors far digging. ,and strict vegetarian, for they take eggs c.I IenMa .... ssaal ..a tr....... J wi y.r..m --.. t..
{ y the1 apron stand about half as high milk and fish have led me to reconsider f

;; .- Our head were about two fvet from my faith as to the necessity for I wart *. Ua.. f. C.W.rai. .i rtk -

; tbe top. meat We cannot say it is difference Et PA80 "
0 ... ...... .
; .,_ i Tbe first break tame on the south of climate with them, for they bare court: A w..tM .batN tears a.LTIi .

; ,' aide.of the tunnel and Jack ,Rt>eely fought and conquered la all climates. ... _
;;L jtikd. apf DIp for ne to bustle We cannot hold that it has retarded intellectual S

-. :1- "T; him tome bag of aawdust that we al- growth for the pygmy ha .

: m4 ways have lying around for breaks,, turned giant in their case. We hare a '
\ : Jack threw two bag Into the break good deal to learn from Japan as she" at._ '1&I&_ -

1 r wtleh was about a foot in diameter has a good deal to learn from as. But J

; wbcu it first appearVd, but an fait ** the selects; she doe not copy mifttake

be stopped the bole up the rand rue and w dot not yet see a reason to eat r -- -- -- ----- __.____ -
y.. 0 .away around the edge Just then the meat. :
$ !..., top went out rtght over my head. I -_ OVSPEPSICUR :

;"" bad t bag In my band and *!app*>d A Dandy fur B.rn*. :

1::.. It Into the bole. It stuck there fur Dr. Benrn. Pans III., write: "I have

-... about one aecond and then went up nand Ball.ti'.800.' Liniment aim aya Kodol DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT )
like a shot with me hanging 00.W recommended i it friends I .
to my a* am Tt.S 1.00 tote.coRUta 2H Miiwitkctrulitu,kick swa tar U Mrt* +
: I waa pinned In with timber and confident there U no better made. It i.a i. ony At VHI UMurotv o* e
.1t ', : ;. choking with mud. stuck lit the bole dandy for tarn* Thooe who live on E. C. D.WITTsk COMPANY CUICAGO. ILL 'p.- .
.. ': at first while It was small and I knew farms''are "pt'etaJlliahle to many mccidenutcuu
\ ;' I war going to be a dead one lnUie the burn, bruite, which heal For salt- l.y the Ittil Crrw Pharmacy, Titusville. ; FAit Gallic Pharmacy rAn GaIl fo; Cha- F. Campbell, Melbourne.
when Btllard' snort Liniment i is -.- -, .
c; rapidly -
t Tbe air was still keepingthe
Best minute.
;' ppiird.. It should always be kept in the
and the four other men HOW at' 1
'\ the water back house for raftf of emergency 25c., 50c ,
i.: tad chance to get out by the' backdoor and $1 00. Red Crom Pharmacy and Eau Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets .

:.t .t while_I,wu_stopping up the bole.f..f. Galtie Phsrnucy, Ea Uallie, Fla. 1 Buy MttoiM N Buy PropIt' I +
". There must have been about half "a Briar QalJrt E+atth u4 kuvi Tlgar. I
;- "- minute from the time the first break ,....... Work For Ml..*..(. Boy*. A. fteMrCoostfpetins.Io.ttr.daoe.Lie.aid \ i k.
? .
Trouble, l'iQlP. .. E.-rem Impure \ I
}.._, ahowed.Then Senator O. 0. Laagen's bill offering mood KMnojr B4 BreMb. &ttrtBsh RoweU," !
:::: ;, { knowing I t'OUSdD'pt ark.. I a two dollar reward for killing rattlesnake sal &cbt'b8. lf RxkySI lUII.iD Tea Is tab. ., 1i
;" <;:' made my mind I'd get through tho wa recently recommended for Id farm. S* Cl'LI' S but (WuUB by f I
... up .
f IbLwtw \are Coen T. Mane's.tVttGOLDEN I i '. \ I
\ ::. .. bole if anytxalyeould do It. I pushed passage by the Minnesota wnnte com NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE : I ,
aE and kicked away the timber and mittee on agriculture, says the St I'anl I I
7-; climbed through the bole the bet way Ploneerl'rw The purpose of the bill t .. = 1 a rtf? ( j rL

I cooKl. When I struck the water I U to rid the" stafj, esH-cially the .)\lIb. '
I"" nllL } d
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swam for the top like a.diver. 1 wasn't western |>art, of rattle'iiakw. It I.* ...'f=.';r ..& IoPU..1.I'i ii. .. r rte, i
unconscious: and didn't mind the water, argued that the bill at the Mue time ; tii' )"..r i t i
rlht, yd.r '
d but I wanted to get to the top mighty: will furnish ueaut of era!.l<'nt tar .,:.,-, 1'lHaJll -
' bad. lx>y* during the summer vacation. Tit 'l: \;1I t". ..taotar..a toG .t\:. t ..

There were twy men on the ibtrk Cub- sJvocatt- of the bill say that rattlesnake I'

; lug up lumber out of the water I are w nnmvrou in the truth fERRY I j 1.

t= r awam around tar fire minute before vrntrni part of the slate that an average J

they threw me a line. They trial to boy can male excellent wage' 'j
f SEEDS i f//1\ i a
< ; pull sue out. but they wt'f't'n.t atrorg bunting them. ,
enough. I'rrtty non a policeman nIt' tMtaaml.M.A.r..n' I /J I II "" ,
" Ni'---T ..... t.ty ....,. pe dal-
: b -. running down the dock and pare Uwmf ('! CoKaAr B4 Cold.. u.. Lrar rat Mtataayt "
: a band. I took a half hitch around my .. AU dnr.n.11 I\
Mrs. G IVlfrmn.025 tab >t Turka 1. ... ton our IM : ifrL
,..,.;- band and heed on. It almost pulled my Kan..sys: "Of all! o ttI&h h'lJJt'tht'lt iUI)'' a' ire died MI.h..1 t..rdd.... I! '

\ ;' -ana off. Uni'# lL>rcbo4)mi Sjrup u my favorite .W p.Mfaa.riCO. ii42tz:2i ---.. R' II
}.t ,,;:/ On tt. dork the ambulance doctor it bu lime and will d<> all tl.l?. rUinttsi nato&T. MCM. .
t! rl .gave' m* \wbfeky.. and I tbrw up fur u-to *|,.ttlily cure, all wits and S
;-r. i"-'.: a stones and nnul Ihltt I'd swalJow cuidt ar"l it i. m> avert and pleAtanl to I 'S: -- ? = :

E ,; -< -. coming up thntngh the river bottom. I tIt time" lleil O m l'hUlflAan.1 Fait: .- as w liA ""
tallie rharmiy tats t.alk'! Fts.ia.laat r- "fIColdsl x
{R145"Y.'x 'fWlsn't burt uwb Tire dttotor tied this ._ --, ----
'f7 :'i bandage around my bent where 1 trot es Orrkld.Tb I

:: ;;. ..;,' ,;r' > a cut I wnte\l b t'i to work aj1tll. ww orbit witch 1'l"'t'DUwoo AND Q ,

'. !", '. -- but the company KUI me b'\tI'" the Royal Agri,Titaral: wn-iety* ordif ->r ,
: ;;-, ... 0"0..1 tIt 4
: luerlt tide tarsi TaakfnrilUj i* lag
; '
: ; Teri '.1' ht-r ... fla">n fl a dy+ andktW'ation the "Hra*.o rattJy dIgby no sal'rode .
tJ ),-_: .: ::s cents milapf, and thewbal ittM. tiukerviUe.." astir the l.ooJo shoo t W borne ia wind that :r

;: ., 4- :, the pay iodicate. New*. No wotulcr lt t..ULjf'C must every cold 1Urul the bugs. low. I PtPt

'':-.: :.. .' --. leotk.r I* evrn wore p I .., I reites
tar the
t dis-
"" tm mare serious
1tl<;, '. Dsea.e and .tcaDnil brim old sate of the prrhSiuvic: p4chyd Ta. of whom +
&l:1ocgbleh are the two ,
;! : taken outing brbnakfik ,,,,, it LA* been sung:
; ; Herbine 'fn"1 .lf. of hncua life ,
greatest trojer
: will aQ } *ibHh, .. For sale by the
l J:9: t t, keep you Tbfon .& .iLl &A klltbroe.auno."W pncrtmonu id coaaazapuoa. .t-
;"< :" fit JOG to .aril off dte****. It iTn< coottJpaJkwi Urt1 rite th ult>L w" .n .
.f.' tei! < ifx**, d1'f f \.. I I :
i;. ., (, skin Hr and I kidney wapinU! It Ttut fee ttfttH .'HhA rbatne Chamberlain'sCough INDIAN I I RIVER I :ffr I
A hen use tnt beard JW era a.Anl ,
; the
: yr the Wool and sears com- '
". t4ihfirt b* 4HI "m. l A(<. Wfor u.
I'1 0
',,-"I. .*. D w'tnith. Whiuiej, Remedy 1
: TSiTwritca April Sod, itth "1 ivies I I'I'
ti ; : : utwbs R.aaVa m.-t MUSIC HOUSE
it -a: ': utod Hrtbineand find wile teat bit woe its great jcp BiUrity by ill .
,' .!. ',' tine lir MI'.llUJ\&t.loQ and bier u lI1btft. Pelt; n'. UllieKiHr Ui-rr, the tt cures: of IL.s csit rocusoait
:1.t .. h does dAJIU'r' it. I cn t.1t.l1 mxa (little pilt", base tarts rusk (alOOllllhy It Ji xiijfitioa }
;, & a::lt ; eir g
'? ")." ff'CdI m 11.1'it." &\"... soM by Ie.'& their Crttiin m h rmW and pent* unu the t.1t.,. tai cpc& TITUSVILLE, FLA. ,' ,tI
;r .. and Ua G.i.ill a !'itar.j adio\ft th.t La..Pi, sad I."r. They e2 \
:'j; ; bout Pharmacy QU frtcrrt fns, < "'ticg a speedy
?,:" _;:, 1DItJ, Eau ctlltr, t1Lt have rOrqns16>t bi2pwattre.. mc"i.6' I pcruiiDcnt csre. It & re-I I '
< ', n2.Aet" lion, etfIh y k na weaken: it* wornaftt any ten racy toward pcruso&k.I .
> : / 'c'A-r : fnpf.. or make too Wl sick ( i 1J
; ,.c' -... <(. + .p"k-"L hey ..treatthen. Price 25c Laie; Site ;t t ,

. :. .. -....'.' d, -. .-fl"., l't ttijZ1 t.u: Halite:o.d bt'J'hanr.Sl.1.roC'll C.I'\8 l'tartl1Al' and r Soc.J t!, "' "n< : '. ::' I

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.. FRIDAY, 21,1905

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il"L.y. t. "" .I MiHIf.
FLORIDA STAR lath Cat4a ,last year come sooth they OF RAsjSTII1T .
-_. .. ''$: ; would .hare i and a warmer wefcocne .
:: : ..r.....IiI i.
'.P.' -,..- -"Bat 4at tkt yam**alTttswrOU MfPBLtSHH bath UtmJly and figuratively-than they
; 'S.':..... .,.::t"f'- ." fl.," land in Canada; they would sot have PRAISES PE-RU-NA.

';:"''' aM ....Mr. been'under the 'aece sty of chanpna Florida and
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w.. .. --- --- -- - ---- -- - - - - - - - -
:( :'t.i;;::' *: >ETPT FBtPAT MOMOSttta beu allegiance in order to enjoy the full

,.,._<1Q ,"" benefits of citizenship they would have lesteraofillliids.
-.f.....','It., +Wcr'Tlnxas. r- AXXVtki frond lands quite aa cheap, if sot cheAper -
.0JI'I'IU.0 ,
aortaAiMtttatac '
W f ;. ta
[ .. woaldhave found
o r.fd"fi. #, : they sops more
.... lelts
ri M .l .ar
*;;; 1.. 't" prolific and more profiUble. In short
-. A..........
ftudstar.od /
t-"I' all of the advantages are with the eooth.THECOSTSTiaOH. .
:; f
.t 3;, 1&_ut tie dearly &W ..ettluk.
:t.. ....1f.' };; pietas THBTffE than aQfWI4 aore4\7= =Wt forTh .

"'-Ji z ".. If petition! against the division of Bre- FLORIDA
a bill to prohibit child labor in this vard will have any weight the a iti-di,Utonbta -

'. state is in* It..was Inuodneed by Mr. will make an effective showing bere w TE1

r ;:::\ Roberts. of iii oaroe. It OOjht tO U enact '> the proper 'commute** at Tallahassee --a-

't. If *! into*.*. ,. "" in a few days. HASBROUCKSTARTS

-'": "'1. We are informed that a petition with
'l J )lr. Noble'a bill to tax Florid dogs fa the signatures of 4? citizens against county 1 v-

-1..4.; ? attracting general attention. It provides, division has been eecnrvd from that STARTS:l EASIER, Rl'SS STEADIER. e

;1 :'; tUt tbe'ICefn million dollars derived section of the county south of Fort Pierre GIVES GKEVTER EFFU'IEXCY

therefrom ihall be paid Into the school which will be found of the + -
,:{ on many moist := : ti and uses usa GASOLINE per bursa

t fugal of the county where paid. influential and strongest business men in nthr ..naJUaJ...
.... power any
." 'a.rf" .r. .M. hat pari of the county. We continually demonrtrat this.
i: ., The dKgecUoa made in Governor The bill to form the new county of St. -

;" : f. ;- Broward'i mwage to the Ugwlatnre, that Lode having been introduced in both 5--- Ouuuvrcial rises & to SX: ) bona puce t.
'. embark io the Special Light 1Ii&h speed sites t from30v
the state might profitably senate and house this week, the strife for .
2 O bores
t- porter
," :; life insurance: businew, has excited tome and against it will soon be on in dead

comment, and the bill that is to. be introduced earnest. If..e are correctly informed Benj. W. Jerome,

f ".. aiottf theM line it likely to stir op our senator and representative are pledged STATE LOU x

' -, 4 : inch a tempest In a teapot as Florida has to pass the bill Lot we hope they will I
x not wen for many a long day. have due regard for the wishes of their .... -

people in this matter for there can be no :::::::-- \ .--,i-v \ .-.
', An exchange, counting op Mr, Rockefeller's ,\.I'I :!o. 1\ '
; question but that a very large majorityof --
:: : ,
finds that lie has contributed 'It
= {
gifts, 't1'I .
institutions the people of the whole county are opposed ZZZZ3\J*% il-r ,- j. TITUSVILLE.\
la religious and ./ ,
to division, that sentiment against
128,131,000 during the coarse of a number I.I\ Contra for ali kinds of Painting, 11tlUlUinincl'talnipll. *
division is manifest to some extent in almost = -...; Finishing and Paperhanging
of And- it was only recently -
i years. yet every section of the propoml new at the mot reasonable pnc.
Ra that talk of his money being MISS JULIA MARLOWE %with workuean
county with possibly the exception of tunaiatent goal Mv.

tainted 19 this connection, by the way, i Fort Pierce and White City, and it is 8 -- ------ Work the East CentS
note that 8 tonpreacht'r aojilere on
it is of interest to a
highly probable that a majority of names In a -cent letter to The Verona
says it is charity to Mr. Rocke I, cially soliciu-d. Ijfl me know wbat
of persona living in the proposed new cine ('0., MU Julia Marlowe of i !
his without asking ton want and eI estimate on at.t .
take Io my
feller to money
have been necurel York ,has the follow to '
county even against City lug >
attention all
IVompt given to work
i._ questions. Verily charity does cover a IhiBowabure._ If our representatives will Peruna: 'I t _

lot of things. not trite thus matter due considerationwhy "/am glad to write my r
t .. i nauxrmumriiiii+"nriarit4iNiiri,.
g .ruTTruT.jxrvuJu- the passage; of the bill Hill\ be warmly ment of the great remedy, /* I I'' .
The New York conference the Mrtho
I contested. as a nerve tonic. I do so ti
r r dioteharchhuadoptrdanleuntlerwhicht heartily.---Julia Marioc.Xervousms IFYou
Committees generally act s dal
upon ] I':
within its
every married'pre&'her jurisdiction -
measures in accordance with the wishesof U very oo-nmon I : :e
roust receive at least fciOO a year. women. This condition sloe to ; : '. -'
their from the sections interested 1Illn.'U .
m-twton of..
: an in *!!
bun- I ; : |
Trig rule is one. There are I
a good The '
r- ) nerve centers. nerve << I .
but we hope the committees :: thing yuu do nut want, adreiUae
studs of preachers i in all parts of the country see this matter in its light rcnenoirsof ucrouiulity.. !I : !:: it tlmnitrb tie columns uf THK J:
.' may proi-er
who are BO poorly paid that they and 3 !. and weigh well the evidence that shall centers l U'come bloodies for \\ .: :: t-ras' and U gueL.You I
; their wives and children suffer hardships proper nutrition. This is '(' *
t -" be submitted before: them before acting In the }: i;
frprinjj Mason: '
L If ft part of the fund that is devoted to very ; : ; : I II
upon the same. host of Invalids are prxhutil M
iy '' '. lh| heathen were given to the proper support I IF
.. rest result of weak nerves.Tltii I ::
of workers iu the home field, no mistake '.
CHRONIC KICKERS. could ho ea-:!yo*1\ O..:, d I, '.

would be made. From tbe Miami MetropolisThe n.e of 1'iruna. Peruna,r.a, : want wnwthinjj that rue t

,; root of the duUcuUy l>> r.":", ;in :: haven't {(tit, atlvrrtiw for it U)
sfl [ The Miami Retail Merchants' association bill! for the propo>ed extension of! dice-tton, Iltcun f'1\ .', s _.. :: Tug STU alit yuur wanit will
has officially indorsed a bill drafttti the East Coast railway to Key West i-, l/e s:i'i>
x- $10,000 forfeit if n cannot produce the original
k I by the state association, "which provides unfortunately, not likely to become a law ;!
,- a law legalizing\ the collection of one thinl without exciting some opp)@ition. It is letter and signature of above testimonial ;:/J v. c/J I ': iied.IF: I

p' ; of the wages of married. man justly indebted at first eight indeed difficult ton* how demonstrates its full genuineness. :.-:: .

r it if thus correctly described, that thouk a measure that means BO much to E. I BRADY & BRO. : A man in a i.ul ......IIn.t mau. he

' f nut be allowed> go on ourfetatale books. the entire state. Xeverthelesthere are ,'-. .. -' ,- :! 1. / 11" >IMgiuhl Hak>u rv THe t.
--- : STKt>llC.> lr nillppnl U> U|fUy
ruinous mercantile such men alllmogh they are fortunately Hid debts to
are any
i t business, but the idea of inrotetliii the in tbe pitiful minority. Such legitimate GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.We ., :,:: the bent right quality llliil.., of|MIN inniiiiK.r, at reaMiAMe uti the- "f'

merchant by statute against his own lack cntu-Utu as the bill has aroua t'\i- .: I'Mi-*. S'inl Q" an ontrr
: .
handle pnxiuce of all kind U r are yeot fur MapFertilisers.. We tltl extlusivtlj "
i of good judgment' in granting credit, is lently bami upon the snpptKjition that ,in the above line of gads and s )hcit tile trade of all o-iutururra Write UI for (irimoi I. '; .... irt'N4't'aw.i1"1' ;
: NOM the favors asked for the extension pror ,Urain aDd aU UI'IIl..rit:1l.: '.Idid Ii' vwitkUtu.n. Eh BIUDV Him TITTSVIUIE ;uwu wMn4u,1M..Ml.4M+
Eli .
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are in reality meant to apply to the en-

r :" Frequent protests have ken made in lire line, and the result of the measure It Helps the Blood Along and Makes the Rundown System Strong. Cures Anyone.

r1, nearly every county in the Hate against would eventually be to take the entireEast -
r= ,Y the present method electing county that *}sU! >ru out of the jan lHtioii J The Day You Begin Taking Ozonmhion, that Day Your imc lU ;lIb ,

'( coruaiitfatoiiert; that is the cuUhty at large of the railroad roDllUi; ion. With tins

t. ..t.'C>tini for eop.miteionera from the i idea as a basis a tflut. little coterie of

'; f t... several district lion. J. \V. tt'atson, oft chronic kkkerc hu btarted a gilt! .r.l..'ed''

Osceoia, has introduced a constitution) series of sensational! rumors that shall:! not S

..i !f' amendment to change this, by pru\idinj be dignified by repetiK here

i i* that each district hall elect ilown noun -.---

i ) ty rommi.*iollt'r. This is a popular{ PORTFOLIO OF MERIT. 0 *

-. s !\ measure and if it be submitted to a ute From the Tropical Son

of the people it w ill be carried by an overt ,
i. There wu on exhibition at llo>;tt'r'$

:"'V- N .1.clwlu"'ot ibis week one Of the most beautiful displays What"Emulsion
of Uitanicai tpetimetis that it han DoYouUse1OZOMULSION
I' IMMIGRATION SOUTHWARD. ever lieu our pleai-urr to look on It
t iii the ban,Ji\\ork of Mrg U A. Hail, ofKey
1r, ..afcunim to a M-M t-wirr| | all West, and tubiacei t letinit-nit of

t d. ritl,bt.t't'" 4oUX> and oO.ttt frntr numerous rare lea planU iitountei] on Is the New Medicated Food. It U a Scientific
1' fc wf the northwest n.o\ed a'n.Nt the bur card board. The arrangement is rtistirin
Combination of Cod Liver OiL Goaiacol, Glycerineand
der into Canada, vevkitg Urw bonzes the truest H-II!(> of the word and r
admiration from later of the tit auufnl Hypophoiphitei of Lime and Soda-vitalized with
sit UiUi oi.Jer 'Wftll-
Why lt.rj gu a ,
>imeof the t'pecinieiiii are Midrlu'ate adto
n- : liO piube! climate, "Iot'n >raunnyauth appear like tint clam photographs Ozone. The Properties of its Ingredients arc i

f ," with -rHtu4lly o\"'n "-IUII\('.. bvtk<>i. *iL 'nli |.ortf lio of merit, a* it night le Cod Liver Oil-Bl00d-aukinr.: Tissue-fcuilding;, i:
: them Ut coaie to tier and ('MI..1 Wash (iroperlytutter t.u.tdu pre eiiletl III Mrs I
[ who naturally apprevfatea and iilvt'n i Nourishing Sustaining.
fe I .-V not treatise the pirctu tru4lraulaiD proud of it.WW. Guaiacol-Antiseptic,Germ-destroying:, Cou2b- ppcuiar;, :
V, the northtt mere not well iatura.eiy
: with rt.pnt tothe null.* That is the I IS Catarrh-curing1. ;

!J: opiuiou Wiiiiiin Curtis i'f\'N}' Glycerine-Soothing, Healing Softening.

n in a letter from Mobile tat the Chkal\J Lime and Soda -Bone-building, Teeth growing.OwneVitalisingEzhilaratingGcm .

{ 1i'> Uecor.l Herald. But be sale that thewesteruere f.Cluruin r.

.i': ate rapidly a''uint-g tnfurma '
Used and Prescribed by Doctors for
lion with mprit to the w.uh. and thai The Emulsion

r'. a, they are informed their attention tts Coughs Colds. Influenza Pneumonia d

f more and mow Urony) attracted to this Sore Throat and Lungs. Consumptionand 1

% "it "taID of tie country In tt*>4 between all Pulmonary Diseases. J

3 4 t\r..J and .,ll\} wetUrncn 1.UO\n1 into ]

_... .\tai"'nlA with the attention O" ll1":; FREE TRIAL BOTTLE

1f' that state their houi, and there are reKv& :- ,*.! ky B.U M a..uta .u.. I. ,
..10. .....*, (o.e .
.t. far thiukmi that the tide of emir. ) few Mr.t. ,.. 1mmmm .. .
\ton will te dertnted from CaniJa in tl.u ft*

dirt tion in a-DiUntlj ibcreaMcg volume
: t Thrift, dean, hote white tettlenio .\ INEXPEKIENCCO Rrtiibl'

': ;. any nationality are wrlccuteAl in ttIi can do a rrrat deal of hum: uuhou Iii f

!' oatbbui tine; all oihert, eilfers who periay! in the liandlir. o f

t.f are al- JJutriC'f.A.t IB thocjht and :' ('1T1t-ri pt ion.or the mare poverfa! dru.* .
Ii .;. .; mod cf livinjt ant melcom Taw farmewno '. The ,sleet coarse H>r you u to arot.1 each
and bay
I s'" has hv !d in Mianewcia Michigan YOl: Den.s
.-t \Vicoain beroojrta dmraUrntiifDOany
here We knot dmv* from A to Z. Our of
merit cnbeiitat-
l.i southern state the moo-ett be plants oomniend EDITOR'S NOTE.-With a knowledge of the unequalled we
I prescription it highly
hia elf their, tile it taktt fire txtifo by phywciaa rVcia we follow dinx ingly recommend our readers to send for a Sample Bottle LEST YuU FORGET, WRITE TODAY

t immigrants jearortao to "fisxl hi en- I. Ont alwoJn\dy. That's one of the re*- and Con'incing Testimonials cf its Marvelous recuperative and curative properties, together with aa

a elf and fall into line with local and 1 soaa w hy you ought to trade here. \rtistic little book entitled "BABYVILLE." beautifully! illustrated in seven colors, and also a

",- cttkwal cooditkma. I RED CROSS PHARMACY, TRIAL BOTTLE of Ozomulsion. the Great Iieahh-Fc.od-Tonic.sill be sent you absolutely free ty tt>ail,

Had tbe :50,000 wetteraers who moved: TITL'SCILLE. Address letter or postal card to Ozomulsion Co., 98 Pine Street, New York. -

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VEGETABLE c sis JW ,..notrif'OQ oo',sham

_' { ? k llair Reny it off. The Indian to took 'nothw '*- *:

r driak and ipttte again and I grtU up and ; '

r;? tbei brieye Yit3 s'> H&lw{ Tba a.epyoltgrsykalr. hot, start to shout hha, bat I, look round RO'"AL -> '.:- fVcfl.- < _

ffl tt td ettaye tiff t C girt, Gll eclat tad act two thousand Indiana wattha me.
Itfe rotored to roar hilr.slilD I bad to getta sp and situ up all night I ": >

.. while that lodiaa art perfectly atilt, sing, -&. ,c t '

i presented. with sa ample of dnnk aDd epitta all DiehL I tvtu that
apply com Indian to Palm Beach I murder him. :

mmmJFMffcy fortallt teaU for which wo an very "Well ar,* said pipt. fcbrin*, _"it U Baking Powder > r
frakfaL Tbt F. E.
r.T.... C. railway gave a better than a grand opera to hear Genet
gtoenxa redaction in .
: +vtstttaw.6y rates. Now there tell that He
story, Ct"IIO mad U ht tell*
are seats for ,
auUJLLS ereryon it, that t.* changes colors: hke a tdumeflan. C'- ,

.)1...,.: Allen 4 Miller and _Mr. & P, VELBOCBSK. ." Makes Cleao\ Bread '

$ Walsh, of Bdora, are ill shipping bean Matter Willie McBride u enjoying h'4 ..4M.a EM .. CfemWrUU' Calk.C 1"'f
this week.Mr fiat with friend*tooth. Ur a.d Ian....!U..*, fee
.....Gatplsiat4.. C1UAr.a.
Preston Williams Delightful weather-who wants better
came from a
", TUotrHle[ Sunday>r a short visit op with climate than -we have on the east cholera"We and have diarrhoea od Chamheriain'a renh-d in oar colic fam, With Royal Baking Powder there is

hit mother. coast? fly for rear" says Mr. J.B. Cooke, of no mixing with the hands

Mr.,E Day and )fro Smith came op to Mr. and Mr*. Finch and Mr. Herbert NederUnds, Texu "We hare given U no sweat of

Mr. Data grove Saturday, remaining- Finch foeetaof Hotel Cartoon, Mt for other to all of medicines our children for the We amt have o wd the brow. Perfect cleanliness .

:, trJBunday.Jte the north Tlteatls,. bat never found anything to equal purpose Cham* greatest

afara' ,. & II. Byrona held bit regular Mr. and Mra Geo. R Lyon aDd )Ir. i it herlain'a will always, If you will" one for it a. directed facility, sweet, clean, healthful food. t *l
fortnightly services and ,Mr* lIu ne.ol_ Waokegan cure sale by Red
.: Sunday afternoon iu .. art Cray Pharmacy..
to the Congregational chnrch.M .IrI18ta. n__ _. 1Id..1.w.. _. _......-.._.. Full A
instructions in "
the Royal Baker Cook"J
Mra. R. W. Good Wkly W.uh. ..,, and Pastry
D. II. Middieton. of HaaUngi, ar went to Eao Gtliit r n. book for all
making kinds of
.. 'rived Tuesday and is making her daughter Wednesday morning spend the day 0.1.DVLITYRToraoatci: tV.. VBUTB- with bread, biscuit and cake

1 :;: Mr. L.,II, Barker a taiL with her daughter, Mra. Claude tdle. Maratac.Jcnrca Royal Baking Powder. Gratis to any address. .
Fia. Apr K 1905.
xL -1fr. T. P. Howe .*aa called to lake We understand that Oapt.J. S.Samtam Comparative cuteoacnt of .
: Ti Helen Sunday to relieve the agent there hu bought the lot on Xew Harm avenue and rainfall for the week ndiij temperature, Tuesday, ROVM. 8&1\! M" f": M K7tutt tT.. M.W YO-I. i

-:P ,who wai eaffering with asthma.A between Iou of A. B.Taylor and E. P. April t9, 1903 1903 --- --- -- -, -- .

a: few of the ladies of the Sunday Branch. This .U a pretty spot for another :DATS MAX, MfS. Yaw 1904, Yin The farmers in this state who used rot- coming up badly* The cotton ed, an
'. b&11d80me home. Apr. 12. M ,1 *0 83 ton wed io their fertilizer hart found I lei used in
; void ice ft'r1lmall quantities,
tchool cream at Mr, W.(X Howe'tSaturday 13. W 111 W S9 wane
afternoon and evening; to help Mrs Pr. Croat 0, whotpent winter wit. M 00, 1st 68 that their potatoes have rotted and are injurious to the jotatoea.

pay for the bell for the church., I inthoG. S. Bnedecker cottage with her .-* 13.16. 73 74 tai 66 I&st 1 7 n* --- ..----- ---, --- -- -.. .. --- -- .. -- ..

)Jr. and Mra. T. P. Howet, to listen and brothers, left on Monday'for "" 17. 69 63 M 74
i tier northern home. This IS. 78 57 M 70
lejtTt for DaoU shortly where Mr. Ho wen made charming: lady Total niarall for th. week. iain.
1 '_ will have the aireney for the F. H c. R'y number of friends during her stay. IVpartare rainfall for the week plus .01

and the Southern Eipnwa company. A jolly party of shout twenty, who iucbe Departure raiufalt since Jan. let, miiius

tJ ,Wt onderataod that Mr. J. S. Gaines fame by water from Daytona on a cruise !tt inches. '
farther south H. !'. lluulJi,
spent Tuesday !
night at the
hu porchiM Mr W. L Cause's property olfidal in Cbarrti 1I
Sew Brown
House .
CarL Roy McFad
confining of a house and ten acm 01; ---- --
den "ai in the party and old MelbourneC tlow'c ThUf
land and
__ & L "- _that Mr., Gauss will build nrer IrlenJ., ----. .--'1'_.'''..1....,..' ''""_'' .....".".. .".t..w..., We offer OM hundred Milan Reward for 1
ve_PI' nammocllrove.JIr. .
101 case tit a.larrb that OoDUot be cured
pt. J. F. Powell hu N
taken the UaU-sUUrrbCure.
and Mrs. M. U. Creighton left for
Waukt') an friends for a fishing crui.e K. J, CIIE.VET A Co.. Iroj, Toledo O.
Baltimore JAIlS Tuesday and Mr. and Mra.Jit We the '
south in his OD
. A. Clark and little daughter left on large schooner, the J. F. any for the lat 15 yean.sad believe him per
je Mr. l'o.'tU of Melbourne: M**'rs. Georgea m>al!; huporable in all ba>"ineM traDI tI.tunl
: : Friday. Creihton to return
experts Lyon, E. C. Porter and Hutchini. nd fioanciall1! able to carry out any Coblip-
of noon as the mill begins running. They titpD* ntade by their 6 raw.
are haying a grand time and their big+ WT .t Tarn, J 1 "tI
,,Mr mieaon arrived Monday and has tories of big fish "brat the band." WhuJ..te DrotiEUita Toledo Ohio. I : i h.
a number of hand at work at the mill. I WiLDIX, KlSN\S & M ttvts
lie MtS11. J. I). and Geo. McLean :left'onVedneeday Wbulewile! Dru,sists, Toledo. Ohio
expects the machinery any day and lUU'a UUrrb fur U taken
for their internally<&
r :: Is about prepared for it. He i i. also! building homes in Pituburg, ins directly: upon the bled and macotu' cut t
: a tram road from the mill to 1'1., after spending a most enjoyable win km of the .y'tem. Trice 75c \err bottle. { SIS
ter at Hotel 1 Hellevae They have had Sold by all druggist*. Tf>timoniaLt i Free. i .
with the out at "th hammock a Halls
already Family PilU are the t* t.BOBBINS .
wthou*) built near Martins' landing ..
built by the Brown Brothers. ---- --
wherethey have left their hcI
launch f'r 01Tt.STOnXA.
IiUUU'U. nest sraaon. The llrrorx. :McLean are Yvanta. i.9 I '
Mr. and Mrs. H. s. Black have moved popular winter victors in Melbourne, Sigutt.e tI.t.Gf .

a to the Faustina hous.. alwa's doing all iu their power for the II U t
,>ka:!ureof others, in that
: Mr. and )In. Josiah Thompson leave way ing a -
K Q oily gii>l time themselves
r ; for the north Friday.
gladly welcome' tht-m nut fail.
31 r. .:. .:' Swlnwn't brx-tber, from always They a
bring a genial crowd friendd. fjiLfiTh
"Georgia, i lt: here on 1y/.it. .\ QRAHAMCO.
I [.a't Friday morning l>r. Hoiuhton in-i
The City Point Sunday fechoul will. hold} -
vital a number of friend .
to gar in his ,
Iij 3 an Easter: wrvic at the regular! hour Urge boat to Owa. The following were (Incorporated I'atd up Capital is.lMio.t yowl) THE PERFECT PIANO PLAYER

p. nu in the party, and all with to return a vote Thi lands
company !
r Mini Modift-tttf and aunt, Mm Betioer, of Ihniiks to the doctor for giving them a in the Indian River Coun*

and daughter Fronlenac Monday fur ueost enjoyable day' outing: Hev.: ti. I>. try.on the St. Lncie Riser,
x = the north. at N'e* River, and I'.israyne
Paine and wife, Melaaie C U. :Stewart, on -

: )Jill! Mary Holmes returned home Friday Higly Ullder TibUU, Price, U. W. Hay For sale by the

from a visit I in Ja-k >nvii'e' and M. (nude. G. S. Snedeker, the Mi.*-. SumeBarter I-lUrES' TO St'lTTIIKTlMK' : :>,

.AujfisJ ine.Mrs. ( 1 Vs ie T )for, Emma Miday, Matilda Send for laud Ilt.n. INDIAN RIVERMUSIC

,. .. J. P. Bmwn and little daahter Miday, ViolaVoo!
ofTttu villc, It".t, Mi+. M. S. Jouc, d; Cunning, Richard H in ley, A. B. TarloJr r' TITCSVILLE AND MIAMI.
.; Herbert Finch, Capt J. S. S HOUSE
Quay,alien Jttlt I.-llM U''$<)anniversary' .. ,
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was rrti''-tte'lau'.tay. We are indeblevto "I was troubled with a \hth'/ll: in JAS. PRIICHARD & SON Titusville, Florida.

,t a the nnliiiuk ..lbr8 >.f tho ladies vt the .to'\u elt. ..mach and \oini my n;;:
;:: church fur three i.ii,>ro fmt nU. spells andean truthfully nay that Cham
ll rlain', Stomach and Liver Tabled TITUSVILLE, FLA.,
E. is :-:6111.-4"11 t ha dUpi' +c'inf! hit fiv> cured nw.-Mrs T. V. Williaml. Lain*>
Mr. llird. of tKt'Il Mich.
acrrgruvet. t'J"fI't'1.. These tablet are gcaran
and Mr, Swinio N* now p rclrf+ed thplatwowne1 a t tl W cure every care r-f stomacn trim
kt.y lijr ('tis\. and Wm. t'ab.'r. tie! of this character. Fur tale by l'ri
l'l\M Pharmacy.A "itw
F ., Mr .hL. AlUrtVitm; J. T1I tul..n ,-- -'--- --- ... --

and n. W. Holmes sere at IrulianoUo UJ'jf. NIGHT WITH A SEMINOLE. no i yon llflllT TA KNOW 111 IHAI1T
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? Monday interviewing OoUMyIwmil!' Oapt. F. 0. .v uu. &V ""V II nuu nUVUI 1111;
{ Sebrinjr; late of the I''. S.
alouer M ot aUmt the twproveoa ut ofts uoa in the cervi.-
t e of the sleeping
,""'. tine FroDtrnac roads.! Ir.r department the F. E. C. railway EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?

f I Mr. Edward Pioylr and wifc. !1r audMra. i grits a UH,rt amusing story on a member

"- Sotphur and uulhtC'rf and Mr. fsJt- ',of Prof. HUted'V* t Film U'ach arty f"I'I'C l'fr' n--.r\JUIl ',.... ,,.. !' T.,. I f J t
:: of
# !:, phur, St., who have been rpendm the I that retvi.fiyiwted!! the ;Semino InJauM'ttk (lWral i'rtnt&l' If 00. 4U"I-rtt.( ir'r w.e: '
winter here, left on the taortmu tsf the >o>er t IImth of Miami.

..,' .L.: 18th for their ;New Jrry UV.DC I In reiitinz the swry C.pL Sebringsai FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.PIlIfK .

ft.: Mia irate Xicbols+ our efficient tkkrtIi' I "I have teen laughing for a wick at

:;:, >t and upress agent, left on the bth fur a the relation pf Louts Cem'i', story of one I*>1 }un MONTH : :i". I KN: r.. .'1'.H *N \ l1..

tl visit to relatim and friends in (\wnevtij|j of hJ!! etprnrners with aa Indian hiWK \ illlla,_...... M \111! I M .J iv $ KKK.E. :.

'. '1:,:': cut, She trill be KUD | by the I5oyeod: I| ticiting ( ,oob' tuba receclly! in CL
:.>.. *Sutphor Umllm in $t, Augustin j: l&uy with Prof. Ii +ted. Cnci who a a incite jour attention (o V. BLACKMAN, Editor MIAMI FLORIDA.

>' 1'\: tar and Mrs. T. A. U ,hiu*> cvJrbrat1'1!! writ known lu'.Un! painter of W""l'alm the following[ cline priers on our -
IVach, and who
r ed their wooden "...JJ0 the 1,1y \. u highly edttcatetl, in wIO1\t EF
tut, said to be a real live Italian cocci 1 ijmUr>> brand of ('ool.ln; >tort> cat CC>.,
; They rasired many nice and info{ pnw j

.p'-, >- eeta. Their friend highlyr.jv>red the'jtelis j joceaaioo. t I": hu experience somewhat in thu"I known a> the "I'rittr"aut! the Staple and Fancy Groceries} lIa,'. {f rain rrult sod

t s liwtcioaa rtfrtthmeBU ..trr. e t I'rl.l4Jutt'I flf III I\IIIIJ" '
', in took 0. K. ( ,
w: atrred.Throogh. I lefts my with 'notLer man Juwu:
}.-. '! and go sleep.: iftet'ahile I dean it's rEtiELUlLKS.I .''PECI.JLJ'r.Tlt1.1HV111o. ,
f of the Ftr, M.E. M5 Prinre
the kindoe t Motr
I raiding and *aka cp. I locka op and i ftoo ', : fi.otU.1 )
Cfcwth of Miami our church ha tt vnCaJiJomia .. I s Flo1.1ctn.
"' raining at all, but big Indian act by .I. : iMM)
-z-------- :jd* of n y book with jag of wbitaey till"- -
& entertains emr tea" hot :'taeen ha J..,a. staging Ioug hh this. {. Queen Ston-s VM'' 11.00 j Organs. Organs. Organs.Rr .

01 th W tL By reaatan of this li. she has:i'I &U, ,rat a lsD, A'!;.-Hor Joe1! w. .. H-M Il.tK jI I {*.irrd -M&-ir u xio.J Uke net Pnc t"1i'r... u*! a card when y a huge

y' geneI a great reputation "r haspttalitl That Indian every liite bit fiatah a tt r,e murk f>roWdod.lmi! J M. M. BROCK COCOA FLORIDA.
,,CWUoraia wants you tairwt her thuprise. be tats drink ao!cphu a-M cm tae, iaay M f.1 10.00
-) ". The Bock Wand System would -
fac aiid -
eye my eterywhere."I . Ctucato kart you or try St. ttt hcui5W upwdate the ffk1trro. n holtewCtaili*, JOG pitU oa a* Illustrated rirtuUni giving fall)I R. V. DOUGLASS :: ::

8UU.: AI a special iodooemectredoced (1W.tJy .rta* more said I ahoou the h-1 out to partlroUr> on application toJ.1S.PBITCUABDJLMIN' -- --- --, -
? rate are offend daily, Marta Ito I you.' That Indiaa settadownand the j'll j T'err'a ._,
May 15th. Ark yoor brae agent Of General Merchandise.
sputa again aa' I 'Charlie
Wilt la John Sha a yon --
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fie Maaaftr, Rock bUnd System, you. IU finUhed "" "' -
'aotber terse aa sputa again, &W I Tit>Lstttle, Florida. GaA11 T&A'iaV SOCXLXpOl, ,Lt..
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J.. fIIISE.. FOR OUR MORALS of for;stadeata some protesalo go to prepare-laW. Joornalten.themselves A. G. SPAULDING & BROS' ;3

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'z.J $*: ";"- # i- pie eagineertog or the ministry Nerve Fag.
,:.,tr' it. : 1- church-ttiere Is In
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ofc' -< i Wgfetr Ia America Than In Europe Aaerka et auiderable'fnvortloa (tooae'lnstitntlca Base Ball and Sporting! Goods

-l -<' ? k"f' I beard reckoned at If You Waste Your

:\ '"\i!':: ; ''t James"' Bryce., t third or more) who Emend to choosea I NerveEnerlYAfterAwhile .
: ''r? f ... .- :,bttsine career. such u manufae-i
,. You Will
tunes banking Or commerce or rail .
":..""-=;: '.pBfff.ittUB. !Ow tTO. ITffft- ITTP.. roading."Aooog or. Suffer For It. The E & W. B. DREW CO.

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,. : 4t".1 .. ; the miner coasges which the
" be not ,fof'lt'tthfo Jacksonville
note most
trtreler .
j .r .faMrim* FIMU <*. C&1U4f oyer-work worry, anxiety etc. 4
growth of what may be callrf aesthetic
$lau.y de tusr : Ton can weaken yourself by cot eating
: '" .Ia seat ne t. The desire to bare beauty food or securing suQcieat net to
-'- P..tlli-Ab..a.1 .....,.... .-.. around one to adorn the hone within proper renew the nerve energy you use up. Distributors for the State of Florida.

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.avak WILL tue.... .a-Gnw1Jt bas developed apace sine 1S70,1 rood phoephaUc food such ax wholemeal The trade MJ,plied at manuiartunTa' la e'"t prior

''%'..--'k': ..f. A.tlydt. $ ....... 'bread. prepared cereals, eta, Is Retail order and club outfits rvcvive cartful atu-etvon.
; :. Dr. MOes Restoratlrt Xerriaa. send (or catalogue.Lu .
a Feel tired. no,appetite, cannot sleep
t3'd....,.: ,..;;,( The I ttgbt Uoo James B rice.iJ" tbhlstorko work or eat? That's spring tiredness alJwill : This to as truly" a brain and Bern
\ food U any food you could eat and b*'" ,
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: Engtlah and pariUaentarUawho disappear at once: if YnQ take Hollistrr aides. fumis&ea strength and ton .f Itsown

r a quarter of a century ago rliltalAaierica Rocky Mountain Tea this month. which goes to the weakened nerve

and produced u a result of 35 cents, If* or tablets. Ak your drug- system, and arts it to rtfbts.
: : hi* stodj .of America and her .lusUtoCtoo disL Dr. Mites' RecturaUi Xervin is a refreshing I
revitalizing tonic food-medltine
.*' 4 that remarkable work The Tile SIIU Canal I a Wartime. for the brain and nerves. It reconstructs PAINTS .... THE MANUFACTURER. {

i i: American CotouooweaJuX'* again TUlt- Not long ago the Russian ships proceeding worn-out cene tissue and fills your

:. : ed Aoerica a abort time ago, and now to the far east were allowed to languid brain with new life and vigor

S to of the Outlook' bet Suet Dr. M0 i* Nervine baa made so many I
'" a recent Issue take on coal at the ports of the
marvelous cures of people so sick the Than to other house
Ohms the caaofes wbkfa hare taken any
up canal, a privilege denied the Spanish doctors thought they were Incurable .
t place since .ola skit la 1&3. What fleet under Admiral Camara when attempting that it la today the standard medicin in the World for first class, t .

.i Hill appeal to most reader moot to reach the Philippine In In many UtouMada of American homes. 4 1tli high grade, best quality <
trooljr la what )Jr. Bryce baa to say The first bottle Is guaranteed to help -
1SD8. The apparent discrimination in Paints. Sold either
:: go American moral you or druggist returns your money. ready !

To general moral) standard of the favor of Ilussia Is now explained by "The extreme heat clew confinement for use or in paste form j
R. and intense mental strain IncuK-nt to -J.
Catted states. b. writes, UU pp the Egyptian government the banking business, has caused mo to be thinned down. 1
,: pests to mgt u It did tweutj years In 1S9S the terms of the convention to suffer with nervousness and inomnia. -
It live me pleasure to say thatI Buy from the .
ago to be. oo the wbole bl&uer than regulating the status of the canal hare uvxl Dr. Miles N f\'ll\e with only j
that of western Kurope. Even ia the \ery satisfactory results In the treatment manufacturing house i
ports in time of peace and war bad notbcn of these affections. 1 am now on paint
wealthiest clans where luxury weak- accepted by Great Britain or my fifth bottle, and eat and sleep well In the selling III
country I
in fact have almiwt forgotten that I
tbe of duty ADd lays men
4 Co sense
Egypt and the ordinary provisions of possess n"f'S.-R. I. fiALBT, Awt.Cuhier .- S-JUBM direct from mills to user. i
( and women most open to temptation state Dank Texarcana, Ark.
neutrality in case of war remained In Ail other Paint
there are apparently fewer scandals makers:
Write to for Kre Trial
than the same class shown elaewbere. force at Suez ports. In 190(. happilyfor FREE l'ackage of us
&lenttttlMiles' rdy depend on dealers for the sale of their J
Pain Pills, the New paints.
a Nor la the morality of any country Russia the Anglo-French treaty
for Pain. Also Blank Our
5 to be measured 1 by the Lumber of divorce made Great Britain a party to the canal Specialist will dUjmw Symptom* your caw tell That means one !heavy expense and one profit that '

*. >lt* condition be really which you what is bow to right It. of business.We j
may convention one article of Fr *. PR MILES MEDICAl. CO. we cut out our .

F; worse If people cynically abstain fromobulninf guarantees the free passage of the canal LABORATORIES. ELXttAKT. INIX sell direct to the man that uses paint.
dlrorce where there are .
f the - ---- --- -- -
In time of allowing warships
grounds for obtaining them. Tribal to Jalea Vr>*. You may think that you can do as well a, we could

"' "That which most strikes the rUltor of belligerent "to take In storesin KnoweM thou the chip of the Dreamer. do for you, if you should try to buy a certain brand of
the canal and Its ports of aceiws" Bovntl from the harbor of Fancy at niffht. I
; he writes 1.11 lu
to America today, ,
Laden with riches that fade in the morn- paint that you thought well of direct from the manu-
:; prodigious material deTelopment InlotrUl < so far as might lie "necessary to enable Inv.Touched.

.; < growth. swift thirty or forty the ship to reach the nearest accessible with the brilliance that shrinks facturer. But you would make a mistake.

I f Jean ago! advance more swiftly no,'. port at which she could obtain the supplies from the light? The manufacturer might take and sell
Chartless and rudd 'rl?**. free to the money
3 The rural district are being studded for the continuance of
requisite winds
you paint, but he would take care to charge as I
with Tillages the tillage are growing Scorning the channel and daring the
into cities, the due are stretching out her voyage"At ahoakVaking much for the paint as if you bought it from a dealer. lie !
present this article Is construed to to life all the dad In the water
long arm of suburbs which follow the would on that extra to the dealer"
means stores enough to re8fbdt'u or Giving to Nothing the boon of a soul? put profit, "protect i
: lues of road and railway In every di Know lt thou the craft of our youtbtlm, "
;- ,rection.Th a nearer port. Practically ordinary laternatioual Sped b> the Invest of What Uight Bo, a no or agents to increase the cost I

Increase of wealth even more law kept the Spaniards out Skirting the Islands of Near and Far of our paints to the consumer. ,

; i remarkable than the Increase of pop In 1893 and the canal convention deflnltely Trolling Land for, brams in the sunlit .u. \\ e quote to the man that uses the paint the lowest

elation, Impresses a European more recognized! for the first in 1904 Signaling ever the argonaut fleet and best I'
t deeply! now than ever before because helped the Itiuslana through.A..tber That followed hr wake to the shores of price, reserving no margin to protect agents.

'' the contrast with Europe Is' greater.In There. We pay freight. I
Guiding the venturoome young In their
,.. ., America ertry class seems rich in Ta..*l for .*,u.*,...*. strong time We gladly advise our customers about paints.
comparison with the correspondingclass To catch all the trade ,wind of Do and
} In the old world., The huge fortunes The next great tunnel to t* dug In Dare? Write for sample cards and paint advice, and blanks

(i the fortune of those whose In- Switzerland Wildstrubel.will probably It will connect be throughthe Bern Dead Ship.U the slipper that ..allr the Dream showing how to measure houses to show the quantity of

i-. com reaches or exceeds $1,000,000 a and Thun with the Valalfl.' A plan has Sewed la the shroud of th" raptaln hold; paint required.Ask .
year, an of course far more numerous i t.p from th. water y. *.rpt at his bid. .
.; than IB any other country. already been submitted to the government dlnx. any first class biuinr. Lou- or ally lank in New OrlcAtw. or .
The mist that arbw Is dank an 1 cold
k.. "But the absence of pauperism U last the mercantile agencies if MP are rnro() ible.
Sadly at ac must turn In our jour- i
f j- till more remarkable. In 1870 I care A Tried mad True Frtood. neroGr"PlnJ

' fully examined the poor law system of our way o'.r the was we have McWHIiams Limited. ,
One Mine G>ugh Cure contains not an 11R.. ;
tradlood. ,
Fft two great eastern cities and found atom of any harmful ,drug and it has SaHtnc In sorrow through breaker ant t
w- that although there were very few teen curing coughs, tolls, croup and v billow Store and Offices, 342 Camp Street.

.... persons ntMding or receiving support looping cmirfh at IonIC thai it has proved Rack to the mainland of Matter of Fact Factories, 1135, IU7, 11J9, 1141 South Front Street. 1
: at public expense the number was expected to be a tried and true friend to the -W II. James In St Louis Republic New
Orleans, Louisiana
.ho it. Mrs tiertrndf K.: Fen-
t-lf' to grow steadily and quickly an many use
'h' the dUet grew. Today I am told Dt'f. Marion Ind hays "Contcliiiiit and BIUrd'. HorehouDiIrvhetti Syrup.imnehetely ESTABLISHED 1893. The oMot paint manufarurui .......r 1.1 1.

"!f' ; that In these dttHI'aUPf'mm. thought.i' straining weakened me that I rundown hoarse, croupy I tinuous suciCMful operation under one management. Muili ..!' 1.\lI.I; i iL

: of course absolutely larger. Increase in weight from 14$ to 92 pounds. 'mush opprewat, rnltlinif, rasping! and St Louis. a-I
s, After trying a number of remedies to no difficult l.rfaUiing. Henry C Mearns, ;
more slowly than population.
\r avail One Minnie Onuuti Cure enlirrlycured ,drugiht turjr, \Vis wtitts May __ ..__ ,
r I18Weu U king, )Ir. Bryce oberve me." Sold by Ked Cnw Pharmacy ;
:'Iris 19tr: I tae tlt't'D MllinIU1- 40 fII
'r1i.'. I a little further alotg. And h<> and Eau Gallic Pharmacy. IlIr.I' lI..r..tll.nnt syrup t,i tan jearA'

-i:"; r continues. -- --- .d\ lave IIr\.r halt a preparation that
:' "With this extraordinary material ---- -- .-- -- -----
it" Babir and Relall. tut- vista better satit-farlion. I notice

tt' deYe'iOptutnt' It 1s natural that In the I A shy at Ulio- In Wales ha* b.-.'nhrl that t hn I Mfll a Imttle tliry ct-the Lark
The climate of the last Gas"t or Florid
it United State. buslne- tbat is to ssj $.tenod BevivalUt llugti 'a, says the fur iiMHi" I can ln>nt>!tly rtinniiii! it i

f\-_ i. Industry commerce and finance Lotnloa !lall!l, Almost every boy bab' 2V 5V- ai.d II I Oi rid I., Kest l ('10811 Is nearer perfection than that of mj

should hare more! and more voiue to born during the Il1It four months I:. I'' arrhal'Y ami F:xn Gnllie, Eau (iallie.pou .

N. overshadow and dwarf all othrr Intrrsts the Ilbondda valley In \Yal s, has re II other place on earth. t 4

all other occupations Every eel veil the name of Evan Koborta

" European: who stated tin country f __ _

tJj: ;. since the beginning of the List < 'Ut I ,.....'Borrow Trouble.
fury seems to hate ten struck l'> I
It is a bad habit to .''tlrrn.. anything,
this fact It Is mote striking now than IIY
but the wor" thing von can |- 't>iblv bur l !
It was thirty nt<* )tare Htfa Hut the is twub'e.Vben sick
row iiore. heavy
contract with :un>|H> U tot greater now weary and worn hut by the Twine and I SLOG 1T Y J

i '. than It "as then Katln'r is it leis. for p)i0t111 of dlOr. P-i", t.Ii.1i'l1t.! trig It sdiaease ..

:. It. this rii*\.t Lu laud and Oro-an and similar internal ili-<> .!rrs MEDICI} t

"r bare been following In .\Djri.'a'. font + don't sit .hean and i I\Olt nrerourerut. I J/tI-J;. ,"" ( tt

h-: steps." I';! togas, but fly (.r n-lid tt) FMtric Bitter I I II17 6 l "

. Mr. Bryce also makes this ute'rrta j liernu will find purr atilnnaneM| '' !!

.i .f tlon with regard to the trend of the "jomlywiil f. )iifuliwes iiftlUtunienrti of ail your rrmblt bv a and load sour'oidrbt '!I This great stock rnoJinne: it a \\1'\ ::: lli5 hC :

,- _0:; f population of the country ; disease At ICrd l>.*. Pt.annacv money saver fur ttotk rairi. It A
: They are twaalny to I* a folk of Price SOu. liuranteel.i 1. I ii a medicine, not a cheap ta .f or ;

.. '::",,.; country! It U not only that II I i I condition jowi-r. Ttourh I"t up V 1\ Oinoiidi {

: the gittUrr title extend them.eltts: II London has in C U1i't' farm than Tbf>!lforl', /. :
A congress iurgtwii .r::,
I : .t with amazing *p decided Hut the appendix i, a survival
.f ---- the tctuerat areas are t- '\'min* awe j cure of the digestion; troul'm of h .
of the useless. listing no function d lll ca l ,\ .;
co\en\l with villd vs* as to differ little I persam, it bu the lame gna )ties
t to perform at this stage of develop \\ \ I rJ tl' s
from citie there U a general diiiposl; t tf invigorating d., tin, ..tlrrin.I .
t lion to migrate from rural districts tot neat ant! r'nj atour <. ..* ir uMeAbout cp the torpid liver and: loosrosg "

'Uh.'fi of |,>|>uti<>n, wh,"r* a LrULcrlif II .. I the cunitiraUai buweli! fit a'! stock: ;: : d liamIi/4 I
----tuur : !
and mot amn mtnts can l f en .'0',,,, Kom..-b.Iftiwir and puuU7It 1 i. cartfaly! fre- 1
jj;'iL The ,iun e U all the more r* ; (.ared and iU action 11 w batifJtLit / '

iLarksl-lr IHS-SUM- agriculture coutlau %1,* .tin i_ bitKi. r!ui sr I Uxk grow sad t.1.r >v aa .< '" ) II' /..., a
gun tfrtiir Cody err not (..J and r. :nl..t..1 1 '".
to toe P"ht.1'\ U.5. oucaaioual de ia their f It # .' II' tJ
as tl..r .twm.f t.. Th.y __
Mr. Bryce aU notes a derided' tin rosa. cholera and .ki't Loc / JiiII'.t" ;: : --
cure beg n
-- :;? --
-al .1 iue 'trd'+rs e. Ko: l Itctirp JIlr4
prjvnicnt In our educational tad1i e i .li grow fat. It curt cLi.a. ...r. J _
"I.llmt' .;-1* r t" you nt. 01rt11 irNta
I ""Thft bad t\n wktln thc e J.1 1t If' F'".n and ail I Motnaeh tn>*. Your and roap in.J cukf Fans tay It .... w r.n .. orU(.. I.r.t... tt.un'rw..u, i.

UJrtl'dn years,* fc* writw, "a deter r.-..t tat dive a stomach mar tr.c cent cures ccmitipa on. d.itemp and (......11" eaa..t ".t.,. e. a. ,f 1M ....1;' tI1kCUJ to i
,\ vprufat of the higher! education ia the dig "ti4 IWHI lakinY. This! !1-'t"Ca\1.,. cold ia cor**, oumn in cattle, '"

'.- I'nitMl 'Utt>< i>erhspei without a para .t gets a .....t nrprrales and grs: : iiy aad E.iku a JriJgLt anneal dot UD1JJHH, 1.Klul:11I awl IilaCif BbllS

( Wi la lh* vrorid li..,u..hly jaklii; :r..8! nt fn..l and tlt"ithv that it troaM. : .4't work: fvT the fjod cotuuised. an' It III Jraw.e:3e rtatb.

it. tar It U iniposaibfo 13 fci t''I, "lnD .. % lOitT laILf.1T.'w .<>_vtaeriva La. cot. -)t ! .H&u'. taken a kind tw IJe. beery f "u.u.J
grrsl hi1f1Y rernrlk t..r i in'isySlIi.)p brit; ..
{. j Cftrra or i.rlup even twvtty *< : ti Kr ., n.ter: thuuid ctru Jj j'1" it a 'rff''r
fv J
; l> .thn'; rnial to 1\,00J",> ,
:-;ip of I-rbicg lit t> tot" ranks,, txkle i').. -:'.Iwe4 ru'e' dig.rts: slat Oya thai f

unh'-nlt of tt-rro'Cl. Frame au.iEniand ,..t, 'I"'" tl. t.,.....,,}". d, fJ"r.lil I It cocta 25c a can and ova tan '

: a* napects ttKro.I.x<<-ti'l\.a .t"4IUt,. I.i'hil1.l. t.rsnborn ao-l sl! times iti ;nce m ptt't. :

=r cf the ln...tructjaa&d wWch they ('roe ..I' n ICft tr..01..'r. It, rr"f'ara n is if* : I?,

the thuou hte>k* at tvLuhaln tbt-.s r.-;. ? .f ,t 41. gran he march tr,3 I'tTTu:U, Its: )i.,dl 76.Uk S 5.
:. 1 t fc...i O P'14rrU1.CY sal Ear isalic 1 hn MeA netjr. r Bal. -agft
'' crock and Poatry Medusa 01
'"m. ''\ at it
"Tb Improveaient in Ihc nn.. + aad tack tot tens ua. 1 tars taed.d .. f
.cis quality of Cilrervtj tea.-L.::? u a OASTon.A.- kiss. ct (lack toss K' I hoes f-aaot ..., ., "Mil' ..... .... ,- ., ............. ...Pej
4: scants U te Dad tw SJ Iarp a l4:
uata.t 1I1w..uw
Wtwg nI.
da fc-arrrlT oiariaMtf/ Ulan
more 3-110 idsl t'Yriltt J. B. gssQ.I.a ,
the tncrease'l afiax of *t !.lfUH and ,L-' L PatkuTT I' 11. i-ii., J. J>. a u11a. :

stbeitaa lei Jn,14W the va t UNrUjf i d 4aI G ,...,..R t.a. a.,,. ,.... a.a. 1 a ,.a.e1 :1
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P....." .* 0.. .... K ......... PLEA FOR SPIRITUALISM. # ,-=;:;. '
Campbefl ttistltU. the U/ cattleman :

fraa Hereford, Ufisisbedplanthic ra..c.r Tctto .* Its YI.. !. De... '.
twenty-fire acres of potetoe* .....u...*..!.. tnoat.ntl. :

atd say*- If they do a* -well U bit That there Is nothing 1Ia th pbenotje" '" '.

small garden patch baa done la irrcent U of fpirinuiUm inconsistent: wits ."It-_

year he win hare potatoes far the entire the doctrine of the church. but that oa k 1-'

Creek nation next year, saya the the contrary through it mil come the 'E 2y '

.- Kansas City Journal Mr. Rnssell edentISc'demonstration of the.tou&ortaflty -< 1 :
says: "Ten yean ago I receired : "
of the declaration
Garden soul U tae of
> 1i Truck through the United States mall one
< seed the Unr, Dr. Otto P, Bartholow,-pastor t
pad of tad bUeD.tb6uibt
r' caa U raised potatoes '
profitably only in tail
of the Janes Methodist Episcopal
a sia Tear I
cootaMsg pieaty of P IuII. An potato L by year
Ttfeubkt 'planted' one acre la' potatoes fw cfcurch of Brooklyn says the New lark
nqsir fcrtillier
a conj 07 The _Kind Yoa BaTe-Ahrays Bought* and whIch has been J
Ialmq trtft M jet aM. thrit home use and the following spring Herald
in use for SO has borne the 5fnatnreJt '
'.FK. would bare wagon toad of them for Stale Dr. Barthoiow declared recently over years t
and has been made under hi t
aaJe. Last year I pb&ted my reysls- ( that be believed la the phenomena -. p'r- a-

PotashWJtboot tko.acre and fathered In 390 bushels of epiritittlUia and tiut it "a* a sub ; vonal saperrisioa since IttJ Iuthut'y i ,

S y'r of potatoes. After using them tQ winter ject worthy of Investigation on-the part AOow no one to deceive you Iu tht#. ',

;q Potash no dtaiser is com- : I sold what remained at a net profit of tUrf thinking loan, be bettVted that All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-pood' ar* hub s

:; plate, and fail,".wiU follow Its use. of 200. 80 you see a one acre farm is few if.any of the alleged mediums En.eriments thai trifle with and endanger the health oT

yet. /aaaa .w r-.u{ not so bad and pectaly when" I raked were genuine Infants and Chlldrtn-Experience against Iipert i ::str 1f -

rT twenty crops In tea year To my mind there U nothing in spiritualism
.r ..:::
=r--w..r- ib toe isgrmal that U In any way IncoatUt-
&AU wanes TrsgM> ...tac.
y4 ms's- ..T M-N ...... ........ .. Are throe Jinn from J. H. Simmons, ol Dr. Barthoiow eakL "It.. true that

atLtteOe-Ct$ eU gro.1street. Casey, la. Think what might have resulted many persona ridkuie It, but there baa Cast ria is a harmless substitute for ustor'Ot1 Paregoric f

47.- from bit terrible coo h if he had barn nothing new In th* physical or Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It ,

not taken the medicine about which he spiritual world that was not scoffedat contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic '
: write: "I had a fearrol coajh that dis- In the beginning. The learned profeasor '
Kubfttaneu. Its is its It
WILL STUDY FARMING orbedtny night's r'*t, I tried every of Lie day were it confident age guarantee. destroysVonua' 5
Mnf. but nothing would relieve, until I that CJolurnbo* would sail into>> a sea of and 'aUa)'" Feverishness. It cures Diarrha and WtwlColic. !

took Dr. Kinjr1 New Diecovery' for Oonsomption foiling fire when he stoned on his went It relieves-Teething Troubles, cures Constipation \'

eon,". and colds, which rom- ward trip a* the earned professors of and Flatulency It assimilates the Food, re;:tilates the
5kx Vacation Scheme of Chicago iKely cured me" Inatantlr relieves
Stomach and Dowels giving healthy and natural ulticp. t
and permanently cures all throat and today are that there if nothing In the

Professors and Families. nnj: dtfeaef. prevent grip and pnea phenomena of spiritualism."It Ihe Children's lauaceaThe Jloth t'. I'riend.

!moo ia At Red Cross Pharmacy;l'Juan. may te that through spiritualism
;!A e-d50: and $1 00 Tra bottle free. will come the scientific! demonstration GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS:

WElT K8TBUOTOB8 IH CHAEOP of the immortality of the souL And 4

r.r 0..Pfet' T..r*. why should nut this lie scientifically
Bears the Signature of
Mrs. Winslows' Southing 8ynip has demonstrated There U not a thinkingman

"he lluaarvd a .Arrtm el LaM4 no.ght been used for over ,,11& by millions today who doe not believe In

The. PareaU and Children of mothers for their children while teeth mind reading or telepathy and phrenology .
?' ng, with perfect suecr e. U aixlhe the and yet In the beginning! of the
:k Will Work at PlonlJg, ".n..t...,
child, ./).fins die" gums, allays all pain, study of these subjects they were ridiculed w
$ilkl.g ..4 Mt.lagr Ibarra" From torte wind colic, and is the tt remedy
in mush
e\ery way a* as epic
'; ...... :.III Aataa-BHlermeatlatBurlaal .t for diarrhoea. It win relieve the poor
; Ituall m U today.In .
little fcuftVrer
imuu'diateiy. SoldbydruitdaUinrtery

V n.1e A Hummer u school at which Oh/e.t.the children five cents a bottle.part of the tin vote world.and Twenty ask for Urn" 1 affirming make bo brief toy belief tar tbe in *fip1rlt9al-o called The Kind You Have Always Bought

may learn the most advanced "Mr*, Window's Soothing Syrup," and mt.1luw1for tLey will a:* they hate,

methods of skft no other kind. do spore to prevent a scientific study of
raising poultry, cattle and In
Use For Over 30 Years.
pigs and of cultivating the soil while the subject than any other thins. Thatto
tell of SekooIdrU Prodigy .( Wer.h these mediums are given a monopoly 'floC 1&_.S....... _N'.._" K. .ttr.Ifw
spending their vacation in the open air .
z* \ 1* the plan which will be put Into practice The yours women of the seminary at of the communication between the .- n _. ___ __ i.- "- .L,- -. -.' v

a: -' this summer by Professor William ennluftou, N. J, who are iustructeila spirits that hate cone before seems tome
hyical culture under the direction to tie as wicteti ax It U! impoa lble. ,
II11I, proftttiwr of political economy at ..
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the of Miss Earley, hare during the past How tuudi more natural It would be
v+ University of Chicago; several faculty
4 members of that institution and winter become very enthusiastic om for a spirit! to communicate with a Ilt'r. HODGES & O'HARA
basket ball, vase a renuiugton dispatch son with whom a feeling of love and ,
c their families, says the Chicago>> Trib
une. to the New York American. .,.ml'ath1l"Ii(>tl..t: BcrrAto Bivtr. FLADEALEE3 ..

Beginning with the close of tbe They have two leading teams, tbe lu- "If spiritualism should become a* l.V AND MAXCFACTUEEBS
Incible and the Stars. settled a principle as telepathy It
x'- spring quarter, about June 20, those
-t who are engaged in the experiment The Stars' yell Is: would wipe way every argument of YELLOW PINEAND CYPRESS LUMBER.

: will leave Chicago and go to a farm KJfk-l-jo-wa. ( -.'ax. co-wax. the atheist It will do no harm to give

pear Wb Ill. where they wlU Kck-l-so-wa Hoorah! .Hoorah to-wwt!, tro-was; the study of KpintualUro the deepest .. Fruit and "Vosotalolo Ox <\toa.Eotim .
thought and It I I. the best investigation
worthy '
spend the summer delving In the soil, Stars! Start! U.* furnUbed for complete Hill of Lumber,to be delivered at any point on Kt: Oo* X
tending to the rattle and performing We are front basket ball team called theFt on the part of scientists a. - -
+rl! well the theologians.
all the "roo,, that fall to as These 1")111"
The Invincibtca raev many &CUI who the threated. who
prey ou lu tbd{ John Stetson
the lot of farmer and farmers' families Mils to thro* they try University
hour of
: combining the pleasure of exercise The Stars ail! 'eU. "Oh, ray tIt grief are IuoJtnlit't'r.wb'n
"-, with practical exiwrience. U Just like taking randy from the for solace. f-Loukl I* supprewed, but
bob)I" that ,
11 rut of the tmnliuumfraud
The work at real farming will be begun .- IHT an-

In berry time and will continue :* U iu argument that a< n the Affiliated With The University of Chicago
;r Tt> Right Naweal UelTltt.D .
I non.ena iirituail-iti H notnrth> the
r through the haylug and burrowing M>U
the \Vitt'| Witch ilaarl Helve cools. l>f>t thought of the aces' COI.LI OK or LIHKUAU AUT -Th sttodankare thaw of tbe Uaitrmty vf CLkapr,_
until all
son crop are safely stowed i and bettis" cut, burns boils, rtttM'u'e tfmdukU rwrire th< ir dr rcm fro tali l t-U lanu amid CLiia ixIXtLLUiE
1: In the barn. Then the urban
away bruiee Ii\t.e\ and all skin KK SrUtle KlicuiuAtUm Cured. OF HW-4)raiu&te8 f ,hI. ( uilrge a rr ...lruUJ pr t1ue Uw iu F1otk i
T agriculturists return to the city Ziekei xsse, AdolplV.. Va.M>i: without elimination.C .
M1 browned by ",exposures) the Bummer 'My( little daughu-r ba.lvliiic welling "I bate !Uf n 10,11--<- "t tomutic rheuma LtfcOKOKTtril>.UU"--"lla"icltt. iTil Klrctrlr:l I EUllDtuiu ud .II-.J

@O bad that bUw( after piece of IlOne hum fir tenm," saws K WuMmn, ofVdton.Inn.tinn Training wurv dealing)
ana.The exiwrlment primarily intended worked out of ht'rt'jC IVwitt's IVitehHarei \ ln'4. "My j untn! were COLLEGE ur IU.1t\L.,+a-C.uklog lu all h. "BIIbnL Book kttplotC by -I tketL4,..
for the benefit of the children. It U a Salve cnrvd l cr It ii* the nit Miff and kr a'r nitinnrli pain and diporunfort. KI"aue ar-open in olfc.r Ik-(.,rtui uU. lrpv "ullt cud UIJiQIIvQa! LuUJi.&,

$ -, project that long has been dicuwd wonderful helintMlv( in the world.Beware \ Mv j'lint wrm'd cra< k when I I'lur.\lt'TUR"' ('tnK.Ml-CnuJatte* prrtured lu tutu lUrr-irJ. title. Priucriwr
tr' : [ of connk>rfHts Si,ld bv Rt* It ijhtentHi( up. 1 n-d Cltaiitberlaiu'sFain ('..tori I, )I t hii'''. Chkaro an.1| sit tint rUw ( >llr scbojl of the uuivcrslty.
in the elementary Crow Pharmacy and Eau Gallic 1'Ur Balm amt dave lfn l titorou,ldy A/RMALA\LiI'R.tlIC .: 'UUOL-l hludC'rnrtch: in iu own build"" 2 Prison
! Professor Mill! and his family mary. C\lrl'tl. live not I.a-j" laid or arise andtrtmmarSrhulin.ep.ntebuilding. TblA &L.,ui h"lall, prtpirt.l'siUic EtkwZtrxhrn.

haweer will try the experiment at a -- -- .- -. from the i.;d trvwilile f->many 11\0 lit till. .

private enterprise Mrs Hill and her 'Ittde.eet 1)..._ o( .p...... It U crrtatiilr a nv IIiI .omli.r rill liniiroti.t1' Ml'SIC CIIIMII.4 klnA.ims ii jJ'" organa d.-.o J.UD..........ra .t.iuWinl. Large r..1&,
,'< daughter Cecil ..!*> will be with the I ForsaebyilydCawePbarmaeyef thorough courage cf ktuii;
Here Is an ideally green clad young
ART IICII.MIL-XtW ktudia ( dd. ,
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; party.
_ man for the season according! to the
n The objects of the school as outlined t'Orili' ha! nihe candidatra for governor We Uoo baa a fealty nf i4 t>ri fi' Hill are five: The cultivation predictions of the British tailors says but only one ran nuke a homerun. Yale. IterUuntttb C"oiootku. t'uirrredyufl'eau.Iv.ui.Urys,
: by Mr* the St. James Gazette: O'dve: green Then the rest will; l-e "'l\1t'" .fjUH. Hat knell, t'nirMty of Mifbix. l) nttvun and other I'm?militf*. Tt et. are oUI
F or fields by the bent known method Trilby hat, IJncoln green flannel! suit ---- a'Ar.pUniwbudding.sndequiptu Lt.orarl; squrtern.illu+ad'41srolownual'a.eud..w-
5 modern the raUlng ofs'r. tt\ library if 13 t W olaur, U-jutUful with ,. ilxludgltf
: with machinery ( vvrr a {MId tly r"l1Il-bill" ,at.lw4
with ,
dike Robin Hood's archers sea A wonderful l 'rirg| tome I> iii'll not .
shorthorn 'cattle, the racing of the wioJown. 7 oil |*iaiitiE a IIOOOGlR) Jti n* orgau.a gj Kiuuiuiu with complete J.'I ''f.aD .,
green strii! >' emerald green tie, ia all *untrrnnjunrwsgive TOO Mrei.ptli, enrl'ifced atblcttc field, manna tfa(k. it nnu court. tao-Ull dl&lDIond and ndtruit, taw
best varieties of pigs, the ling oT green trij> Hl flannel shirt with collar health and happiness That's, ,,hat Hoi M.irt.wiaitoin gulf rvwtuf ud utter .irl., wHtnttc buiUicjn for taro sad wuiuto; Ar.
F) k-_ the best breeds of chickens! and market to match and sage green soiks relieved iit-ter's Ruby1 gardening. The hoot cents, Ira or"t.s.l I< PV Ask your drui,:r*i. lUlle l ; mufao cod tbn|s, rlfrtnc bgbu, tftrtn bent ttt-au brat ecmtni wait, tn
Although there will be some real with pale green spots. _. _'___ __ m_ fuiWt.1..1 avrouta ep& (SllIIpt't. .hralhrrr sad Irts.cid: literary_ JaDllk..1 aDd utLu
would be left to the taste of the wearer Ltudeat.'tiah ; star Wtaremurw*. ('br .tuo end not M>cU>io t..adlDIno.. (luuuQ b.
farmers around the prvmUe to attendto but a green wba&gee cane would be ChAnt" fr n'lrria.-e of w.stow greaterthan bc uufclFu and be ,Hhfjl, and the fll>fllM'l! are low
4 ,J. a part of the heavier work, the In- of nui,''ei-., \err.mrnt Mat's-tic! r citak+.9 views foUtr and lof rcutwu, k-iditn. the l'ru.1Jul.
w-_ .__......t..n In_ all these branches Will .rrtctl .1,011I U i!w guru i>ref.*r wite* who bate
'" -uvoo MMOIA HTLLKV A. M. lIb It eUnd FIs.
tare to b* CiteD by competent teacher rt'I cervisl_their.a. ..r.lltiCt-eI.ip. ,
*. who will hare charge of the cLll -- ---
1.w far for Ctncvr.AH .
:' dren and elders who make up the If a Cow gave
--s elate. forfatvranten are now known to
be tunable by Burk'.n'roi...* Salve. 8BABARD1iiLIN
tern made for the faml-
; (1ti ; liana Ja.. \\atrri! >j of IhinVid Va -nU-n
lien who will take part in the novel Buttermankind "'I had a .-.i'tf T t otI my lip for >ain. thaiHetred
f xperiment nT' bundnJ acres have im-nrable, 1)11 Bud.J..n'rnira
:E n.lILYJ"..Y.
been purchased near"helint.( about alti. healed it and floss it i. ptrfKlivel.

thirty.two miirt from Chcago on would have to ." (t.aranieed cure for cuts and "- roi:---
'r which three houses bare been erected I urna. :.')., at l vii Cn ae I'hara..y.

two of which bare tweWe rooms eat*. invent milk. Mllk'is Nature's -- I II Savannah, Columbia Southern Pines,

It U the Idea of lYofeswr Hill to sewtote emulsion-butter I t

It |>0WiWe from ten to fifteen put in shape for diges- I CASTORIAFor Richmond, Washington Baltimore.
., people of other faralllw. rang;
tion. Cod liver oil is extremely -
la& In age from twelve to eijrtiteeayears Infants and CMldreo.Yoa Philadelphia New York,

to take course lu the new nourishing butit
De KIn Han
'_= tcbtNL has to be emulsified Alwijs BssgitBear t
THHrr: Ki.Kt: .\:MSEABOARD Ti.ti\" UAll.v
To ,ibaule for the day U to
before we can digest it. the
arduous one. Xo drones win I* a'lowed idir
on TnitenJty fana" TluornlBg Sig"atnre of FLORIDA LIMITED
'R '' will be f jf nt in *>1'.1* kind of Scott's,13mulsioncombines

manual labor, hi win; i*>tat
lag th cu-.. raking bay or tending EXPERIENCE
.IA to the UN stock. In tLe hotter hour* the best oil

R of the aftenwoa the studcuu will with the valuable hypo- }lI1IIU:S IM J.'Jhl' I1)u.AT

3 ,:. dcrott theouelres to the rva A,, ohosphites so that it is l : I" Ut ; to r. 'rvpiw..l rzcblsTtt '
or similar! educational literttur &fat new '.. \;dent.nmurrt -1'.1"i '.1 !l".q'.4!' !.ra..r.l1"; ,. 1>' t'"i1ra. (foU rr4.e.
*. This trenU will l>* given easy to digest and does I 11t.P-t-r.atj. AI", 'J.-e'II :'i f..t..1 --t \ ';'".goer,, ac 'I j.. k"ub lUe U, JJiThroofb ,

j our to fam$. music ,ad a reriew of far more good than the Yrfk vu \\"w 11I gtrn kai i'l1't lug 'L. .f" : ,.s ,i- II, iLTd 160 i.ntlk 1.20 p.:-.
members ot Tiusc: Manns J..... H.c..1.I. ".1 Jlojt
DM work of the day. oil alone could. That DCftl&NSCoMMOKra .

the _sdwol will follow the mi of 4.c.A. !
-early to bed and early to rlw.H as makes Scott's Emulsion a..ea.gS.tetra.aas.ur.owcur
; .
j.T GW ore& tree V <<*o a.srtauoa ,
t the betterment uf health U vat the the most strengthening, w tor".wy (a._maurs

Jut oar least important of Its object nourishing food medicine i- oat the I6&ft Maza 4 Co. rmri..
party will consist of thirtsrn bet In Sckitifict1 JlterkaL For fail InhrmltioQ .w aceper: rsr>rrrakr4s ua ot any Se.lsard &.t"Ltf f/t .
order to avoid the dan."rr of havingto send for f r.. .ampl. write to :

tB omea bang Jxg over his new project a 54 puss. tue..t.Ttnvt.M *'- A. U. M VC I)ON ELI, *. C. I-,YljfTUK, Jr., ; to '
Chemists .
= Pwfewor Uill U endeaTortcg ) SCOTT fMf rcXb<>tM "f
get other ftaillM to Join in th* t o tt to a. ., & purl Str*.t N_w Yor & : i'j"J A!it. (jeneral PuMCjvr Az -at.JACKaOXVILLE. he.engrAgeni. :

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..r. !_ 'f_ J.t/c'-r'- *tlyt3 BcrarxM DIXKCTOSYUPP Ye sjeribe extends hearty oongratalatlon|in YOU pioTEcrtD IGIIIST my? : 3fmUABDPtasldest W.1r.aitWll 1ceI' r
: with an anieet hope that the genial con
-"' 3ii.P.L: :;:?..-c dit&I ii"-het. Fart
f i.----.,. ;.'.; ( t. _uperf-._ all kl.d et=., pie trip) Jive to celebrate their diamond
-$ yam = A.I ......_ iLoldla' .
.::%:"" :" :' ---. wedding. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.Aetharlied I
.c.-t:,:':>_--..\:?'r' akM/teedetse.aar ... .
.1. A strength tonk that things, rich, red _
i. ,; blood. -MtkN JOG 1trOOJ. healthy and CO'C'N'rY D .LORY.

'....:f.;,_. ir ....NUIIfBWBrief[ active That's what IloUate/a Rocky C Cfc&ital ......... $.t A K
;,:,::t2.. Mountain' Tea will do. 33 cents tea or Paid.*CptAverage ___ M.ooa.00TRANSACTS f
,, I tablet Ask-yoar druggist.BOCKLKOGX.. % ta_. .._. ,,-ooculO
,-... f -. -... # Potfcy A (
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<1t qif::1.> :, w General Banking Bosloess. } .
Jii"f5lzifl '. coco Mr.J. J. White b getting lumber OD -
'. :F i>j:; 'Homh for May day Cocoa will clcbnite. bia ground for the new cottage.Mr. Largest and Oldest
Bank on the? Rivfr.
-T D. P. Jerwiol and Mr. A. D. Me -
Exchange Bousht and Sold All
,," is win left Wednesday for the north. en
The *nt t < f"The Flowe progressing Foreign Cuuntr d. ,

) i I White's No. 3 It proud of iu .
::p. finely.Everybody cottage -- { Patronage apprrci t4. rruar4 service,
t to corn to Coco new coat of white I"aint-a great improvement : polite treatment aDd'very ta ror e.a tnt t
prepare ''
SIGHT AND DAY with eoowrvative baekiaf snBtrd.COBRESPOSDEXTS -
i !/ft.;, and have a pod tint May day. : : :
Ap policy of insurance U an effective
,_"' Mr. J. Frank Wooten paid Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wallace and guard against ks by fir'. From the Empire Trust COWp&81.1n riJ.t
daughter Loci left for the north on Sat Bank A Trust: )lIIpa.1, Jack>ILiUena.TITUSVILLE.
week. ,
of the
t. a ,Wt the first time of issue until the time of expirationit
< The market urday. funds between the properly owner and FLORIDA
tt Strawberries are plentiful. toes. ;

abound with them at a fair price. Mr. C.'H. Ilibba made a flying trip on -cnniary| Yet the cost of this protection is. really ---- .- ....-. .. ., -,,- _-
4 Mulberry pica are the order of the dr. business to Titusville on Wednesday of trifling.
;fJl berries tart .week All inquiries cheerfully answered. PENNEY & BRANNING
There la a fio crop of these too. ,
t A fine rain fell Saturday, much to the MORGAN &:: WALTON
:t:, Fine new Irish potatoes ands plenty

cf egg I at reasonable prices are in the gratification of the vegetable and animal TrrmiiUE FLORIDA.CapL TITUSVILLE :

F kingdoms. .
markets. -'--" -- -
Ml. and Mrs. J. J. White leave the last Brnnetl was out on Sunday witha
1 ; A number of Cocoa young people attended
2;; -' the dance at Indianola last week of Palm the Beach.week for a visit with relatives at jolly party. on board the houseboatRochester. Fashionable ClothiersGents'

t'.; ":< acid report a fine time. - -- .
cfC Mr. A. L Hatch la over at his place at i Cape :Symmbnda has moored the sloop
; : Begin no.0 ttody up some good -
J. : Christmas,preparing to move there about i Mattie I!, in the Eau Gallie river for the
the on Mayday
thing to augment barbecue
t the first of May summer months. ana Furnishers
{ one week from next Monday.

g 'r From the number of"peep'peepe" and Mr. Louis Herring it putting op a new Col. and 1Jr,. W. H. Perry, of Bruit,

L *'yeep-yetrp8M we bear on all tides, the and commodious wharf in front of his Ind., left for Indiana Tuesday. The colonel .. -

.ft.' housewife It bony with her spring chicken cottage "Nemo" will return (in the early fall The queen quality Shot for ladles U the

11't developments Sire L. B. Chatfield left on Monday The I. R. &: L W. Huh A Ice Co. are most stylish and durable Iu the world. In

.:.: ?\; Iirs. Robert W. Hardee, with her three for New Haven, Conn. MM tails for erecting an ice factory in Eau Gallie. Addition we keep the famous Edwin Clappand

i J\fih children, haa gone to visit her parents in Naples, Italy, on the 22nd, from Boston. The plant will be near the railway aUlion. Jro&sett ShOt'S.11 high clan good to be

; 1l> Washington. D. C. It ,.ill be a fine sum- Mr. Jo:. K. Kanck is having skylight Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Pingrey leave this found here. .Manhattan Shirts t:. k W. Collars
and a aide window into his studio for week for Pelavan N Y. where Mr.
.:l 1 ; tier's on ting (or them. put Stetson and linux Hats.

: t Plenty of fresh vegetables in market. the purpose of taking inside pictures and Pingrey.Ua prominent citizen of old .
-- -- ---
: tr We mention this not for the benefit of portraits. standing.

1 : i;' those who live here and enjoy them, but >Ir. George Baker has built a new boathouse Ainsworth turned his business over iteeiz Anything and eTerjthio else that

,. +/t'- '()those.who "would like to know what on the river iu front of his cottage to a receiver fart week fur the benefit of

>fr f._ we have to eat way down in Florida any. home, "Riverside." Looks as if that his creditors (i. F. I'addiaon is placedin men wear you can boy here

o!. Low; anything bat canned goods and ale means a new launch. charge.: r

i I' Kgttonr; The Ladle Aid society met with Mrs. Dr. C. C. Booth is having a boathouw HilL ORSCES 5PECUU.T SOUOTID

I. Dr. W. r... Haghlett has been selected K. F. Hatch on Thursday of last week. I erected for his launch Carlo II. The h.. .

x U't<) reply to the address ol welcome at the The receipts at this meeting, includingdues building is on the (i. F. I'addiftm lot on SAN MATED CIGARSHave

:, i' coating convention of the medical association and sales of articles made, were the river harbor.

: i to be held in Jact onUIe. The $590. The Rf", Milled! .:e Walker preached to Made

a ; doctor will be accompanied by his charm- Mr. and Mrs. Qhat. \"uel1.,are rt'joicing a full church ou Sunday. It is ho|>ed a
; lag daughter, Miss Elizabeth who is a over the advent of a new daughter, which that this gentleman will be induced to re Reputationof

I student at Stetson university. arrived on Sunday last. Ma> the little main on the east coast of our elate. Their Own.

1: Tit cold ..avtllwoopOO down on Sunday maid live long to gladden the heart of Perry Ragitn, a nephew (\>1. Petry, The success of the San Mateo Cigaris

,., night and Monday the people hugged her happy parents. of Brazil, Ind. returned to college Mon one of the greatest triumphsof

'- the fires as closely as they did any daytat Mrs. F. 8. ilarrUou and daughter, Miss day. I'errM the lift' of the village the East Coast since the freeze. .

.winter but no damage was sustainedanywhere Mildred left on Monday for Washington, and will be much mien by his chums of
both Made (rum th. choicest grow lbs of tobacco that the priiiiiBuU of Florkia and the .'
as Jack Frost was too busy en route to their home in Newark N. J. sexes.Miss
inland uf Cn'ia can produce, and wia|>|> t with the rich, silky leaf jrrown, on East:
j-;.. t making our late tourists uncomfortable in These ladies have been the guests of Mrs. Lucia Perry, of Brazil, Ind., I left CoaKiplanUlHinx, the cigar iuduxtrvof the world has nem |>n stutter article. '
f i their more northerly quarters to remrmteroj. C. W. Harrison most of the past winter. for the north on Tuesday Mia Perry For stale >>y all the Wilitik hotel* and fltiM and by the Unione'ss O ni|>aoy i

y-' Hon. and Mrs. J. II. Derby and family will be much missed in our social circle on every train enttniijj Florida .1

: MAY OAT CELEBRATION. left for their home at 8&ndyllill, N. Y., thin summer and her return will be looked Twenty Sizes, Styles and Grades to select from. fu.
rt' ,
on Saturday. They expect an early return for eagerly.Mrs. by s. W. ROWLEY San Mateo Fla.
At the meeting held at the town hall ,
.if in the fall, and their handsome new Stickney and her sister, Miss Hopkins 1/:4: .
(: list Friday night it was decided to again + \\1
home will be ready for their occupancy. leave for Sedalia, X. Y., this Meek.Mrs. .
it,; } ; hold to old traditions and celebrate May
Mr. C. II. Hibbs is Mickney baa been under the rare of
f; ; day. fbl.1s Cocoa's own day and every getting reidy to Alabastine Your Walls .1
.;: =_ citizen should pot shoulder to the wheel 1 1it remodel his dwelling on Barton avenue Dr. Sarah C. lodg! on during! the Tart .1J
When completed with all desired! !improvements .eek, but i is better again.
and help posh it along to success. There
r'r 'J were not as many at the meeting as could it willjbejnne of the moet! commodious Jno. Mat tier*, of Tropic and Eau Gal ALABASTINE produce exquisitely beautiful runts on wall and I

)' have been desired, but enough of the and convenient cottages on the lie, is t"rt"CLlnJrlI.rl./ store buildingnear it-iliniiii YAtn apply, simply inli with cold{ water Bantatku Lallomlnt i
f: .. rlbnlod of win avenue. the plant of the E. C. L, A S. mm- Paint or Vlll First It is not a Kal ,omtne, it if a sanitary t
public spirit present
h-rwuwntriurntcoating'shish bsrdeni on the walls, drvtrvvinif
tare succwe. Mr. Maurice Weinberg was Mrs. Mary Gillett, who has been confined par y. A general business will I* eon germs! and| trntiin, never ruLt.i'.ivr..IIllj. [. hllermiur.miard'sill .,

!t appointed a committee to solicit subucripjtooA to her bed for the pat two months, ducted in the building by Mr. )lath n. hot or l'Ut.itt'r! >.ion rub and M-aTe! off, ({.,iliiiK wall*, clothing J.J.t.l1

}< and U the treasurer. Mr. J. C. Jib- at the New Rockledge hotel, with a C apt. and Mrs. Rob. Symmond, own. and furntturv They contain glue which dt'l")I and nourishes tie

i' ere U to boas the barbecue. Already sufficient broken hip, was removed, from the hotel era of the Mattie II., return to Kenoeha.Vis. germs of deadly diiMitte. For fair by I

funds have been: secured to warrant to the Merwin. cottage )at Monday. She \ ., this week, after a jolly wink-repent EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.. 1

.' the barbecue part. The programme U still confined her led's it" limb in on the eau ou.n. The captain ill erect
llt-a1t-" in Lumber and HUIM,.,.' Material
\ was only outlined but the meeting on plaster caste. another rrsideiioe in Eau (iallie before 1 I
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71,' Wednesday night of Ibis week fully comI' Quite a party from Ilotkledje took in the fall season.Capt ,
ptetee! it, and we will endeavor to give it the dance at Indianola on Wednesday C. W. MrNib and Mm. McXab, t

I'_ complete d week if not received for' night of last week. They were )1iMt'1! of Craig Appin, will return to Yoiing s- JOHN R. WALKER & CO., i

; this iwue. Suffice to say that the outlining Maud, Grace and Ruth Hardee, Mis Uiwn, Ohio, this wtx.k. The captain was

gives evidence of a day of sport and Tina Singleton, Mist Blanch Felt and called! to Youngstown, where he is one of Titusville, Fla.,

fi- I,kaau re. It is as follows: Barbecue on Messrs. J. A. Fiske, T. (i. tonal, Ceo. City cutniuiwionera, by an urgent business

.i.,. the point( ; a launch race I so timed that Alexander, E K. Ranck and I. Bennett. telegram The captain and family II

. people ran see it from the point, either Mr. and Mrs. Lows 4ihr and Mr. \\ill return this fall. 1 [ DRY GOODS

\j, before or after the dinner; a bai balls Richard Seiber returned from their visit ; ,
--: match if grounds be secured within
: can a
" : in Anemia on Tlitoday/ of |*&t week and JjA
. '__. ; ,. reawtn&ble distance street amusement, Ml on Jsiu.lay for their home at R..ckaway .
: races, rented, etc., the day to wind up CLOTHING
Beach, Long 1..I.lo, N. Y. Mi.'s Auerst. ic :
'L. uitha grand ball at the opera house. Mary Srhettler remained atrI<<1Ila. ,

4 ', Ttitae' ran be carried oat in p\ shale; if here she'stil p-nd the wiuimn withhersbier
' everyone tile hold with willing hand .
Mr*. li ,' and heart r. FURNISHINGS
,;..: < -, --- The Cherokee, from I>avv>iu, brought know the medicine that
::. SURPRISE PARTY. merry party of eighteen to R.K-kte-i.T
': : makes pure, rich bootlAyei '
'. The neighbor ofl'apL and Mr*. C. J. on Monday and they paneri the night s S3r.JP:1riJl3.: Your SHOES
F, and prorurvd three or f.jur niruls at Oak f
Co gin coaiwrd a surprise for there wor- mOther, grandmcther, all \ our
t-. thyprupkandtherefore heroLW.ith ev>tU, ,-, did !:,iue ahoppint< then pn.cierhd .; folks used it. They trustedSarsaparilla ,

one sword at their Jeanut home and ou ttirir wry down It." nwr
They are on a c-rUl4t' t* Miami and the
;; urthi'lf
aniH) pre nce aj a eekbraY MILLINERY
lion of the rare Of'comoC\ of their having key*. A moel d !ilhl111 sA'; n lo cruii

reached the golden mitc+tone of their in southern 11 ak'rL ,
it. Their doctors trusted ire ,
,. harried life-50 yean wedded on April Mr. and Mrs. A iron A. Hani who
Your doctor trusts it. Then
:: ri' lUh. The bride was inured wrpn.t have had room in Palm: c<>tU e all winter FURNITURE.
trust it yourself. There is
I and received them ira ivaJJI],. TW cotn- Mt. 1m wrek fcr their bonK" in 11111.
health and in it.
: to find that the dale, N. Y. They are
..n1 'as surpriwU genial very tropic
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"I r4 t TT fTMB ta. faHItti
Vy ad
had returned from bu and were del-gtte with ands ,. ... ... : : : : -: "
4."t.o\&in not yet 1"If'd. k c4 If <*J r *! ( 1 t< .okar.r ::::;::; ; ; ': ; .
" lsrup.' .i* r trip to Miami. However a happy eveuicg kinh y and exprts.d a .In-ir"to rtrtarn t.r..o.w. .
I K. RUT ML r T. We want your patronage.
wa p***i with rnu-V both Hill nrtt wmUr. rUhrr think trey r..WI. ,..
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